THE MONROE JOURN22
VOLUME XII. NO 47
MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY DECEMBER 20, 1906.
One Dollar a Year
Vann Sikes' Supply Store.
For the benefit of my M customers who have fur three years
stood by me o faithfully and who have afforded meso
much pleasure in wait ing on their trade. I have arranged
for a Cash I!aryain Counter, w hich ahull Im determined
the barjniin counter of Monroe from now until Christmas Pay.
I resjieot fully invite my old customers to take a irlance at that
Counter, and remetnUr my store is still the home for the
farmer and kiWinir class of jieople. I buy all my Suits, Shoes,
Overcoats. Hats. Pants, Overalls, etc.. direct from the man
ufacturers, and they are clean and new, no jobs. 1 have a few
Suits. Shoes and Overcoats that were carried over from last
winter which will le placed on this Counter and sold for some
price. 1 w ill not buy old stuff. Listen: All-wool Suits for
men from $l.7H up; all-wool Overcoats for men $2.48 up;
Overalls and Pants at most any price; Overcoats for boys $1.48
up; boys' double-breasted Suits from 48c. up. See my new
line of new Jefferson and Madison Hats. Hosiery, Suspenders,
heavy Underwear, men's He. Cloves. Iktn't foiyet my line
of Croceries-Cheese. Stijrar, Rice, Coffee, Meat, Flour, Meal,
Syrup, Molasses, Can CkxIs. Cijrars, Snuff, Toliacco, Cakes,
Crackars. Candies. Apples. Oranges. Ilannna. Raisins, Coco
nuts and a hundred other things. Santa Claus will be here,
liememlter 1 handle Mill Feed -Bran. Hay, Corn, Oats, Farm
ing Implements, etc. If in need of a Horse or Mule, Wagon
or Buggy. I will sell for either cash or time and give lilieral
terms. Kcmemler "the half has never yet been told," and
for further information call and see me.
you Should start a Bank
: To provide for a "rainy day."
To establish a business standing.
! To do business in a business way.
: To provide for oportunity of investment.
I To establish habits of thrift and economy.
; To build up self-estoem-a quality required for success
j in business.
To protect life; avoid robbery; lessen crime; conduce to
; peace and safety.
t For convenience and safety in keeping of receipts and
disbursements; also for settling for accounts and purchases.
Ijjstlv but not least, "for the glorious purpose of being
j START NOW. and with us.
I Tlie People's Bank ol Monroe, j
rrotraa ol Union Netting
The union meeting of the I'nion
Baptist Association will l held with
the church at Macedonia bt gimiiiig
on Friday. Uverober ?Jta. The fol
lowing is the program:
1 1. tula, m Introductory sermon.
T. P. tattle; alternate, J. L Honm-it.
1:00 p. ra. Organization.
1 .31) p. m. Query: What is rep-n-eration
and hat are iu efWts? M.
ll. L. I'rwdar. J. (i. Cuilleds,.
'J.30 a. m. Devotional exenises.
10:00 a. m. Query: Is there Seri
tural means by which to regulate our
giving? Ci. O Wilhoit, J. W. Hiv-
1 1 :00 a. m. Query: lk the preach
ers and churches rely upon the I My
Spirit in their work as they should'
J. L. licnuett, II. M. Nicholson.
1 1:00 p. m. Kxegesisof Hebrews,
6:1-10. V. F. Watson, I). A. Snyder.
2.00 p. m. The inixrtaiK'e of
reading the Bible and the best meth
od of studying it. S. ll. Brock, A.
10:00 a. m. Sunday arluad mass
meeting, conducted by F. U. Aslicrafl
1 1 .00 a. m.-Sermon. W. F. Wat
Tlierhurchra are requested to send
rTno Ed The Grip La-t Wirter
Shuuld Head Tils.
it- iw trtim,'" l' ryUfy Matftil'
I fr uuar .
I- a numuiit of viutHM entbuni
vtu iMint-l Vlntrr put his baud
Look and Be Convinced
of the fact that Dillon's Furniture is the Furniture for you to buy.
In quality and price it cannot be equalled.
Our fall goods are coming in every day the biggest lot and the
nicest selection we have ever had. When in need of anything in
the way of Bed Room Suits, Parlor Suits, Couches and Lounges,
J: - ' O OC 'JO ''- 1 Q p
(Leather and Velour), Felt Mattresses, Koekers, Children's Chairs
and Rockers, Musical Instruments of all kinds, Pianos and Organs,
be sure to see us before you buy.
T. P. Dillon,
Rev. J. L. Bennett Resigns.
Rev. J. L. Dennett, the first and
only pastor King Street Baptist
liurch in Waxhaw has ever had,
and who has preached or us one
Sunday in every month for more
than three years, has offered his res
ignation. During his pastorate there
has not been a note of discord among
us, the church property has been
much improved and the church has
been greatly built up in membership.
There being at this time a demand
for a resident pastor and for preach
ing oftener than once a month, Hro
Bennett could not see his nay to take
up his residence among us, and has
therefor seen proper to oiler Ins res
ignation to leave the way clear for
someone else who can meet present
demands as above stated. In doing
so he desires to offer his sincere
thanks to the members of other de
nominations for their great kind
ness to him.
We cheerfully commend Bro. Ben
nett as a most earnest and successful
pastor in the promotion of unity and
prosperity in his churches. Jhiy the
blessings of Cod attend his cIToits
wherever he may labor.
J. T. Buck,
W. S. Kin.i,
W. 11. Codkkkv,
Leader In Low Prices on
High Class f urniture.
Store phone 7;
Residence Phone 84.
No Opium In Chamberlain's
Couch Kcmrdy. Thrre m not Hie leant
danger in giving tliaiiioerlaiu'a toutjli
Kfinedy to ainill chililrrn aa it con
tain! do opium or uthrr harmful iIiuk
ll tiaa an eatablialicd reputation ol
more than thirty ycara a (lie most
successful medicine in use for colds,
croup and whooping couh. It always
mips and i pleasant to take, tlnl
dren like it. Sold by C, N. Simpson
Jr.. and S. J. Welsh.
Cunt Prices on
For a limited time, Boys' and Men's Suits
to be sold at greatly reduced prices.
Men's $15.00 Suitsat $10.00 Boys'$5.00 Suitsat $4.00
14.00 " 9.00 " 4.00 " 3.50
12.50 " 8.00 " 3.50 44 2.50
10.00 " 7.50 " 2.00 " 1.50
and all other price suits cut in proportion.
Charity and Childieu, it neerus.
in his MN kH, isnkrU huw mucbtli baa just diMMverrd that 'tviuniou
national -lit as. auu onerrti lo wiinr w oiuy me romtuon or geo
: pay it kiiust-lf. A Mexican larnor, ; era! vay of tbiuking, auu ittniicht
, 1 km Luis 1 rrri.is, a grrat friend ay pmervtU to wl it up ou a
of I irvnlfiit Ilia, ouce iitfrml lo eMl and male ohrisMiicr to it.
aiu:iie the Mexican national detl; But in ruiutuon seime the oracle
'and it moii Id n't have kept biiu our frieud would have us Iwlieve?
a ale nights if hinoftVr had lieeDjTbat it is an oracle, we shall uot
,.M..t.J lL, I 1... ltul I iiIUmI ititl Kill in ltd ilulii'imnMM if
Mrs. Ih. oplulc Khnii:L
aeeeiite!. Ihui Luis baa bat you
luig'it rail a tidy little farm at Chi
! lumi u: aU.ut eight million acres.
iTaku the Mexicau Central t mi us
nior than half a day to rroro it.
-m ! IKiu Luis is thought toom u
iiiMr thau a nullum cattle, but a
Imj.-telle of a hundred thousand or
no Dkire or less never liothera bini.
Mis talle consists of wnne lml.OOO
Mr. Tlieiliile s. Iimin, wtfo f H lions; bis slieepfold of Tlhi.tHHI
V. s,-'Mjrr ft llic :rn'inr..iiMilal!l Krolll UlMI.OOO to JttKl.tKHJ
writ.-' I!. f..li.iii!r 1-li.rl-. I'r. Hr- !,.HX rt, ,ralMel witb his tumid
man. tr..n, .1157 W.ila-I, a v. -, '.-.,. ico . I a , ,.
lil. Mr.. S loiuil : -I -''"''"IL i .... I,:.
. :ini of cattle on a thousand hills. By the
tin nur a -. i. r.' 311.1
i:riM.. an-l hvinu n'H jh-t!y t
Hie viluu f IVruna in fUfh -'' I
t'l'.uulit 1 .liiil Iry j). I H-. il II I nth-
fully and Iftfan o f. 1 1 a .lianir f. r the
iK ll. r tin' ht. ml tl:iv,ainl 1:1 tin' i- .iire
of a w-k 1 maa v-ry niifli iuipr.'Vil.
Afhr li.ini: ilir'- l.fl.i I n-.l only
found that the ur:p li.nl ilia.-:ir.il.
lui my C'-nvral K-alth w ad niii.-lt I "t lr.
I am ati.ti.'.l that IVruna In a n. iKl' r
fnl family reiii 'dv and uladiy widorne
It." Your, Mr- Tl pluli- S. I mill.
Iji KripiM. Ifavi A llo 1. in saturnO-d
with ratarrh. Tin eoinloi. u i known
t n-li iiii.' 'aturrli. A .t no oilier
rvmi-.lv. A.lilr.'--. I'r. Ilartoiaii.l'oluitt'
bus, Ohio, lor fr '!:
way, his far in inelndtn a few moun
tains, for diveritication. At his
slaughter and puekiii); houses near
Chiluiiihiia City, .'."rfl.lNHI cattle, an
many slurp, and hop inuiinieralile
ate killed; and away they go iu hin
own reli iterator tars. 8ome 40,
immi hmsoiih dwell ou his estate and
are ruled by this Araliiau Nights
laiiiu r, mho liven in a to-iuillion
i silver) dollar ea-slle and in a smell
and mi Ik l kucIi um these I'uited
Slalt-s know uot.
EDPLE'S DRY B
l!-etitise the liilij;uap' ni-cessuiy
to deseiiU them in not lit to Ik
printed, I his paper cannot under
take to convev to its reiuleis any
adequate idea of the atrocities to
which the Jems in Itussia, men.
minni-ii anil children, have Neti
silhji-4'ted. These meie pti-eeded
ami attended by rebellion iinainsl
the Koverniiieiit in I he very si feels
of St. IVtei'sbiir);, by unit iny of sol
diers and suilors. The empire is in
a blaze of revolution and the aim
of the civil law is paialv.cd. Con
lit ions, instead of crowing better, i
beeoine woi.se, evidenced by the St.
Petersburg dispatches of Sunday s
late, which tell that the govern
tiietit has adopted yet more sternly
repressive measures lor suppress
tug the insurrection lor it is not
less than this bv earning lire anil
sword throughout the domain and
huiiling down siish-cIs like wild
Is-asts. The histoi v of no ho called
civili.cd country allotds a parallel
tor coudltloim in Russia, pteseiil
and iuimeilialely past. They may
lie said to oiler an illustration ol
itisc and effect. Beginning no fur
therbaek than with the story ol
Kussia's dealing with Poland, its
history has been a cotisisleut one
of tyranny and repre.-.si hi ami its
rule a long record ol poverty, tears
i ud blood. Its set ls have an exist
ettee compared w ith which that id'
the coolies ol China is ideal, anil
now here is to be found a counter
pari for its Siberia, ll whole gov
ernment system is not only alio
cioiisly w long but desperately w iek-
eil, mill no writer has blasted il
w ith lieicer lightning than Tolstoi,
who has liceti called the greatest
citizen ol the empire.
Of course those w ho U-lieve in a
(ioil mill in bis lustice know that
there must Is an end some time to
a svsteiu which has fostered w rongs
and outrages the recitals of which
have shocked liuniaint v. At times
it looks as if the licgiunilig of the
end is to Is- marked by the crumb
ling ol' the bust remnant of the i in
penal power, which would, of
course, merely precede anarchy,
out of which might finally grow,
through yet more crime and blood
shed, peace and justice. A strong
hand like that of Napoleon might
finally seize the reins of power.
dropped from the nerveless lingers
ot a Czar, rescue them irom tin
grasp of the mob, mid ultimately
save the mob from itselt.
The Seaboard begs to iiiinotiue
that during the Chi isltuas holidays
they will participate In the sale ol
tickets at reduced rates Ituiler the
following rules and regulations:
Knit Til K I't HI. K' Hate ol mil
and one third lirst class fare plu
J.'i cents ( minimum rate oil ce.its),
to all points east of the Mississippi
and south ol the Ohio and l olo
mac rivers, including Washington
and St. buns and inlet mediate
points ou the Frisco ssteni, Lulls
villc mid Nashville K. K., Illinois
Central li. I! , Mobile and Ohio
U. K. and the Southern railway.
I l iti s of sale: lleceiulicr 'J-d, 'J li d.
j "Jith, L'oth, :tOth and Hist, 1!MI.".
land January lt, 1!"MI. l'imd limit:
'eonliiiiious passage in each direc
tion, January ttli, PNitl,
1 Foit Sri ih.ms ami Tkacii i.t?
F m leielieis and sludelils ol Col
leges and scliooK same rales will
! ipp as show n above to points in
the territory uf the Southeastern
I'lS'ciiger Association, on preseii
i.itioii and surrender ol certificate
siiriied liv the suoerintendeiit, the
lu ineipul or piestili-til of theschiMil
r c. fiege. jlales of sale: lleecm-
U r Klh lo 2 4 1 ll inclusive. inal
limit: Jamiiiry Mb, l!ot.
For further inforiiiat ion apply to
C. II. tiArris,T.r.A.,IJiileigh,N.C.
To Kealize Conditions in Russia Is
to Rebel Against Them.
Iu describing a Kussiau village
in his article ou ''Kussiau iYasant
Itiota," in the January Kvery
body's, Finest I'oole says:
"For an hour me wandered
Ibrougli the hummock)', slushy,
si earning streets, watching crowds
of peasant men and women who
had come into town to market.
The faces of these tieasants were
broad uud dull and coarse. They
were clothed in rags; the handker
chiefs on the women's heads were
old and spattered with mud; the
sheepskin coats were torn and foul.
We saw hunger always hunger
in the weak, shulllingslepsof men,
in the weary faces of women, in
hollow, anemic check, of little chil
dren. They stood alsiut by hun
dreds and by thousands iu the mud.
Scowls and gloomy silence. Only
here and there groups would mid
deuly collect, hi an instant bands
w ould w ave and voices rise in wild
auger. Then the soldiers with their
huvotict, or the IWacks with
:t: i. hips, would rush in shout
ing abuse, uud the lM-asitnts would
seat tcr.scow ling, shivering think
ing. Such thinking is the Hussiuii
Molester's Hocky Mountain Tea
is simply liquid electricity. il
goes to every part of your lssly,
lunging new blood, strength and
new vigor. It makes you well and
kee;is you well. ,'l,"i (nils. Kliglish
Foreigners in Russia.
In relating an interview with a
liussian ollicial, in his article "Kus
siau Feasant Kiols," iu the Janu
ary Kvcryliody's, Finest I'oole
'1 he ( haneellor smiled.
'Not long ago,' he replied, 'a
gei tleiuan came here w tin just such
i letter, lint meanwhile the (iov-
ernor bad received dillereiit orders
from some one else iu Petersburg.
Til- gentleman did uot see the
" 'let's get out of this,' I said,
speaking low iu Fuglish. 'U-t's
lure a sleigh, mid just begin look
ing as we did in those other vil
lages, At least me can we some
thing la-fore we get expelled.'
'I'lifiuttiiuitely the Chaucellor
caight 1 1 1 v meaning.
" 'If you try to see the iH-asants
by yourselves,' he said, 'you will
not only lie watched by the jHilice,
but some at least of the Masatits to
w horn you talk will be our spies.
We have telephones to every vil
lage, and in two bourn at latest we
shall know not only whom you
have seen, but also w hat you your
wives have said. Meanwhile you
will have Ix-cn wized and throw u
into a village jail, awaiting our or
ders.' lie smiled grimly. 'Our
village police are rough fellows.
They would doubt Irss Hog you both
in jail before we could inform them
m ho you m ere. Of cotirw w e should
U- sorry for this and should repri
mand them. Hut in the meantime,
you sis-, you would have been
How's This ?
W e otf.T One Hundred Dollara Re
ward for any raae of caUirh that cap
not lr ruird hy Hall a Catarrh Lure.
1 . J. CHENEY 4 CO.. Toledo.O
We, the inuli'miKiird, have known
K. J Oirney for the last 1$ yeara and
Mieve him perfectly honorable in all
biiMiirss tranaartioua and financially
able to t arry out any ohbcationa made
hy bin firm. W aiding, Kinnan a Mar
vin, Wholesale lHiut;ita, Toledo, O
Itali a Catarrh Cure ia lakro inter
nally, arting directly upon the blood
and mucua aurfacet of the iyatem.
Tmtimoniala Dent free. Price 75 eta.
per bottle. Sold by all druKRiala.
Take Itali a Family pill (or conati
question, but lu its deliverances it
mas tickle as the lMpbian, and uot
naif so siuwrt.
(omnion wnse, like conscience.
receive ita form from eduratiou.
hither ia safe only so far as it is
the product uf sound teaching.
i'rogrvNH iu every liue has lieeu
attained only by the haidihissl of
those pioneers who dared to defy
the deereea of common sense.
To the commonality Columbus
was a crauk of the first water,
(lalileo was, by roiuuiou repute, a
f(sj. I lainel braved coiuiuou wuw
and weut into the lion's den.
Common sense crucified Jesus
Christ. It erected gibbits all over
Fume and in parts of this coun
try, umiii mlm h to hang witches
mlioin it considerately chose uot to
Luther del'nsl roninion wnse and
burned the iniliilgeius-s for which
the jieople were paying their dear
ly earnel money. Koger Williams
was heeilless of the dictates of the
conimou sense of MaNsachuwtta liay
rominuuity and defied all tradition
by opening Iflusle Island to people
of every conceivable religious
Stephenson, franklin, Howe,
Morse and Kdisou have wrought
wonders the possibility of which
comuiou wn.se tiersistently denied.
II common sense mere the safe
guide w hich our editor would have
us believe, it would not lie divided
against itwlf. Are there tmo po
litical common densest Tom Wat-
sou, lor instance, is a usil U-cause
he does uot agree with either of
the great political parties. Hut are
both of the big patties correct in
principle! If not, then one half ol
the political common sense of the
country is folly.
Religiously, how many common
senses are there, and to w Inch must
one who would be considered a man
of common sense ailheret
Hut there is a conservatism that
is wise-that conservatism that
proves everything and holds to
only the good. Ou the other hand,
there ia a conservatism that is
arrant cowardice, a me e floating
with public opinion, fearing to
utter anything or undertake any
thing that will con ll ict with the
general opinion, however rotten
that opinion may tie known to lie.
To bring the matter home, if the
editor of Charity and Children
were always ititlucnced by the com
mini wuw of a matter, he would
not be worth a snap as an editor.
It is only w hen he plunges beneath
the surface of public conceptions
and brings up a new principle or
restores one trampled under the
feet of the crowd uud lost, that he
rises to the height of his opportu
nities. Of courw there are luisic prin
ciples that the safe man imihscsws
in common with all right thinking
men, but not because be has taken
direct counsel of the puiilicttmiight,
but they are rather instinctive, or
at least the concomitant of normal
thinking. That lie dare to go fur
ther and have individual opinions
upon matters that the commonality
has either not considered or has
The Absolutely Pure
Made of Cream ol Tartar, and
Free From Alum or Phosphatic Acid
Royal Baking Powder renders bread, biscuit, cate
and all flour foods finer and more Healthful.
Baling powders made from alum, phosphates and other
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but they are injurious to
"The iniurioui effect of alum on the mucouj coal of the
stomach i positive and beyond dispute; il it both an irritant
and an astringent The use of alum in any article of food or
article used in the preparation of food should be prohibited."
JOHN C VISE. M.D, MokJ Imp. U S. Na
Cure for Sore Nipples.
A noon aa I lie child ia done nuraini;
apply Chamberlain's t-alve. Wipe it
off with a aolt cloth More allowing
the chill to nure. Mjny trained
nnm -a use IMS won me nesi returns
In flad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chaw after
health from one extreme of faddism
to another, when, if they would
only eat good food and keep their
bowel regular with Dr. King's
New Life Tills their troubles would
alt pass away. Prompt relief and
quick cure for liver and stomach
Ph.. as renin p.r bo. For sale by trouuie. zne. ar fcngiian urug km.
C. N. bimpsou, Jr., and S. J. Welsh. 'guarantee!.
Je experienced farmer
has learned that some
grains require far differ
ent soil than others;
some crops need differ
cnthandling than others.
He knows that a great
deal depends upon right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about a mis
take made in the spring.
Decide before the aeed
flfc best time to reme
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi
dence of loss of flesh
should be taken imme
diately. There is noth
ing that will repair
wasted tissue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the body when ordi
nary foods absolutely
r, IMS am jpsa a same f.
false conceptions of. ds-s not make!
him iiiisal'i- tip-tn the mutters 11 ikhi I
wiucli the common si list- is soundly !
The must nh'asjnt. safest ami best
rtuifdy tu use tut e..uli, colds. croup, I
whooping couc.li, etc., is kt-uueuy's J
Laiativr I .im 411J far. 1 Ins reme.
ly enprls all roi 1 fr.un the system by
aetini; as a ruthaitic uu the dowels, i
Sold by t N Si opson and S.J. Welsh.
Women In the Postal Service.
In the January IK-Iineator root-
master tieneral t'ortelvoii takes oc
casion lo point out the opportuni
ties for moinen in the postal depart
incut. Ilesavs: "We have iu the
postal serviis- ol this couutrv
0110 men and women, almost three
tunes the combined forces of the
limy mid nav. No other single
interest with the exception of the
public school svsiem employs as
many women or gives them a ts-t
ter average of pay, and in no work
outside ol the home ami the school
do they show a larger Usefulness in
the general scheme of progress.
W iitiiun s share in the postal work
is varied and intimate. If you vis
ited Washington you would find
hundreds in the various divisions.
(io to your own postollieeatid eith
er your mail may Is- handled by
women or a woman tint v be the de
pendable one in the background
w ho kis-is order and maintains the
efficiency of the ollice. In every
direction we have woman as a
trusted and well paid employee.
And yet vou mav search the an
nual reports and the statistics of
the postal department without dis
covering how many of the employ
el's are men and how many women.
The ipicsrioti of sex does not figure
III the show ing.
Nuthini; will cure imlii;pstion that
loesti't digest the food, itself, and
give the stomach rest. Vuu can't es
pect that a weak stomach will regain
ita strength and get well when It If-
compelled to do the full work that a
sound stomach should do. Vou mould
nut eiprct a sick horse t i pt well
when it is compelled to do a full uay's
wulk every day of the week. Kodol
Dyspepsia Lure :s a pencil distant
and dicests the food r--gardleaa of the
condition of your stomach. Relieves
indigestion, belching, sour stomach
and all stomach disorders. Sold hy
C, N. Simpson, Jr., and S. J. Welsh.
ft sura thai Ihla
ptctnr in th form
ol a labvl Is g In,
wrapper of rr
bMiU ol Baalaa
SC O T T 3
40 Poart Bn
ym. a4 St
Russia's t'etty Tyrants.
In ''Kussiau I'easaut liiots," in
the .January uumls-r of Kvery
IhmIv's Maga.iue, Ktnest I'iMilethus
ileserils-s the "Xatchaluik":
"As you may know, this Natch
alnik is the Car's 'Insiiector.' He
watches Ketuslvos and Jx-asauti
alike. He is the tyrant of the dis
trict. He forces the Masants toelect
his creatures for pidge ami clerk
and road-mender. Il'aiiv one op-
sises him, be simply calls this per
son a dangerous conspirator and
throws him without trial into jail.
the wise Kussiau law provides that
the Natelialnik can imprison a pe.is
aut without trial for only three
days ut a time, but 1 have known
eases where a troublesome 'honest
government' peasant was put in
jail for three days, then freed for
three hours, then put into jail
again, and so on for weeks."
Water Cure for Constipation.
H.ilf a pint of hot water taken half aa
hour bt-ture breakfast will usually keep
the bowels regular, Ilatsh cathartics
should be avoided. WheD a purgative
is uredt-d, take Chamberlain's Stum
acli and I.iver Tablets. They are mild
and gentle in their action. Kor sale
by L. N. Simpson, Jr., and S.J.Welsh.
A Fearful Kate.
It is a fearful lute to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles. "1 can
truthfully say," writes Henry Col
son of Ma.soiiville, la., "that for
blind, bleeding, itching and pro
truding piles, liucklen's Arnica
Salve is the Is-st cine made." Also
tsst for cuts, burns and injuries.
'J.V. at Knglisb llrug Co.'s,
Notice of Administration.
Hnvlnir till lv tiimlllle.l t.-f..n- :.
llrl.l.C s C, I itluli t'olintr . Sort li I 'nr.,1 11
,.lfiiliil.lr,h,r ,1 I, 11 nt J.-Ini I'. M.-ril
,r,l.all Nriii li..j,lniir rlmni Ak'ion-I Hi'
r.UI,. ,it -a 1.1 .h.tnt I. M.irrln. ,li.,-t'iiM..1. n-
li,'n..v nolUU',1 1,1 prr.i'iil llii-m It, Uu uii.It
nrn-'il iliintu.lrlir mi i.r l. f'.n. Hit I
if Wnn-li. Ila. ,,r lliw it.n,'c will ) ..'nit.-it 111
r it llifir riirlit nf r, v.-r M..ri- ll.an U
11,. nth. ' not 1,-v lm Iin i.,f..n. U-.-ti (fifti .
U. W hiiakir. ,ilniiniirnt,,r. In. Ii. .imv
Jl it. 1 'll" Ol" l-lh ilwv .if S.iO'liil. r. i Ipft
1 UK SA INOS. I.UAS A I Kl l I I' .
R H. Ki..lme, Ally. A.ltullii.lrMi.,r
Bv vtrtiii.fa i,wi-r i-enliiMiil tn a c-TlMln
ni.irltrios-ils-.t lo mi' fx'titf l l.y W A I'litlcl,
,n On- Alii ts of iti'loU-r, iwmi. I m ill, tot
Monday, January 8th, liKtfi.
l tli roiirl Ihm ilmir In Monnw. N C.wll,!
,ul.llr atillon. lo Oil- hltflip.) Iinl.lt-r, Tor ,-,-n.
thr followiiitr ,li'H,-rilrt..l trm-l of Iniul In Hnfool
town. lilt-. Ijoliiliiif l he Imi.tH of w 11 Slanii...
S W Hi-o. K. A Arnilli-I.l ati.1 otlien.
ml l.niiiilril a- follow-: H.ritoiinit ,l
' o hy a iniiraii.l W ii. aii.l run. N a..'. K
IV Ani'liain lo a I' il ty a H. J . Inn anil 1' II .
I In-mi' s 41 i-hain-to a unp -tiinih tn a
llrlil , nit-no,, w i r. n i-uaiii. in a ia.t i.y a
H J aim lockory : llirm-f W i In eliain- loa
Kiim Ly a iIih-. lti-m- s ti W in -jr, olialii lo
a niaeli- by a gum on tin- t.ram-it . oiem-f. ii.n
ant liralirh to the l-tftntiliiir. ronlNlnliur la;',
re-, mon. or li-. S..1.I lo ill.rv lht-t.ri,y
.Ion. of -am niorriraiff. itf'il. .irlaiill nawnir
twi-n nia.l. in lit l-ay nit-m or iti l-n.t- there-.
In anMio-it Till- lliul -lav of te.-,-nilr. Inoi.
A M SI. S. Ally. I I I I. M KK. Hornraiw
City House and IM for Sale.
By voiu,. of a ro-olmloii of the ynarlerly
..iifi-r. II... - of ihe in s Molirw nn.1 l'r.i-K-i't
in-ull. of lli- M K I'liiin li. Solid,, thr un.l. r-
.l'i-.I tar.l,if ini-l,.,.- ot Hit-olil Mour.a nr.
lilt Mill, on
Saturday, J.imwry Jmh, liMMi,
Kl tlie i-oitrl houmaw i..Mr tn Mnrm-, Ml nil-
ih- n.ti..t(. t-i tin- lutrhfi iihtitf r. r-t rnii. hh
lawf-Mitm..'.' iimistTiy tiiUHii'it mi W n-htMiiMU
fircft. avljHiniiiir K. M.nflin mul i.thfr ntul
lu nni n fhmllt' l"t Htilr.l in a iiilNr
l. ( lhl 'll ttll'l Imv itttf nil tt at muinll itHfll
lll(f IJtHllrV H..I.I f"f till" IHiriMtHfr "f U l)nin till'
(.nx-i-t-tl- lai'i )-- ;i ili tn iiiwlj rnttti .1 .-tr-
CUIti. Till" lff'llllatT IW'll. v.
A M M'ACK , h'Hi.,
A I SUMS.
A H Mil.AKI V.
1 J W HRM)M(
K. J Hl KNH.
5alc of V aluable Ijind.
Bv vtrttif .( milli.irtty i'..iifrr.-.. itn nw hy it
v uf trul nitft.' t W.H W ttii-lif ti-t mi-i
ifr.M A W Itifh. u r. on I'lf . of IN-
I.iUt, A. ( IHM, I ill, nit
Tut'wlay, .lanimry 2:tnl, !!,
rll to tin- hiulir-t hl.l.ttT fir mTi, at thi ihhmi
,.il.e.Uir IN M. Hir.it', N r.llif follow to if its
nTlU". i-- irio-t tir of ml.toit,
)r: H.-KiiHtiin: nt n Ktniit' nix mi ;i link- HH
of fait, l.raiirh ' I'hr.-t' M llf l-ran-'li rorniT.if
John Kit-on (mot. ami run- M it hi Itn." H.
t7 K 1TI mI-. jh mar rn-ioi-'t nni I't'tunt.T
lliif to ik i " a i o an.! tW" ttltii- Iht'iifc
ith Bii"tliT liio- of lax, ii n iirt'r ? "lV.
;;t -u M.i, t,. iiir .ton.- i..nit-r of lot .(
i Ihtiiif with Ihne llltft of In! No. 'J N M
W k to a I'HM' -lakf aii'l of ttoiM'.
Hiiiff ? W Jo .l--.rrotninif a roai to a
whitfotik l y two water . tliftu-f
W m 41 m to a "toiif on Kant Itank of 1 tir-f
Mil- hraiu-li , thftic down anil w Mh tl art-oii-fo,irf
of h tit Itranch aiut 1: (tolt m
Ihf liciiininif , rotitahnnif nttwty twu
rtiir- or Ifitt, ai1 iftmf tit- latm d!t"ttftt to T
K Hntotn and foni-vttl hv I. K Hr.-.m an.l
titiMltninl. W t' Hr..m. to W . H Winchft-
lr. hv iffl tlatn) Ht'iiit-nilt-r th, ll.
The -aot tl.-r.i of trn-t 1- rft-or-lt-il tn tin rt-
)lrv of I nion iotint . North t'arnltita. tn H'-'k
. 1-nirr til. f-U- , to W tilth tvffrrnti' I hff 'y
wa-tf an1 tli aof 'ami t- m (o m th . 'f
-Wlirttt tllffvM . W (Hill ttt tai'ltUli- to
Htath. lliiia lit ItMh 1as -f tttifntlx-r. IW.
K H kKHWINK.Tru-tt-f.
Hv trtn tf anthorttv winffrrvil on m lit an
ofilt-r atnti 4f rrr matl or K A ArmtlrM.' f '
I ntott rttunty.N. t .. in a nriai inw-.iiiiK
In-ttttiU-tl n thr Havtntt. loan ainU rutt tin
pai.v. Kuanitan for KUMtwii rrfoiry . i win, on
Tumid)', January 2.Jrd, liMMi,
tl to th hitfhMt Mlf4r. at rtul.llr awtton.at
thf court hnup diHtr n Monro. N (' ,!(
ntalntVr. ihjrft th- ltfe"tat-of kalhrniif
raileT. In tl following plw-r, trtn't tr parrel
of land. iTln ami hrlitff In taaltl ntuntj? of
In Ion and Htt of North Carolina, hound!
ftnd nrr1tHl a- follow- : rVvtnnlntrat a huwh
nf willow- arol two pprwlmnion tMioh, thn.p
with Harah smlltn a ltn N M to a -lake.
Ha rah M1ltn' t-rnrr- thfnof with l Pr- j
)t'p Itn t Jaroh ttrlffln ettrnr; tht-nrr B.
mK R. with Janhtlrlftin'a lln titlAIIn Bra.
IB Willi Jlfin itrimri uti- m " ii-"'" " i
l a tstrnvr, a ptl trf ttnM In a hram-h by
anrthlrkorr. tnnr4 up aii nraiHn
W. inrhatna. thno on tald branch N
h m p
chalna . ttlcnrt? up ald hranrh N . tip
hranrh N. in W. ft chain tn a stake tn ld
branrh, th ritl nnlnir. otntolntn arm,
mop nt !. and being th land dcM bf V,
Autttn and wife wt L V. Prnlj for life, with
a nriwainder toaald Raa-fll Pro-lr?, a ajo-a
In deed rwrrtd in the naitrf t I n ton eHin
tj. Btmk la, pax Mt, U which rcfcrcDre la here
by made for a rull deariipltn.
Terin of Baleone third rw-h and Ihe re
attainder on a enedlt f twelve month with ap
pmved aerarltv, and title ret I Bed an 141 aJi the
parrhaite mrnney in paid.
Thl Um Itfth day of Iteretnher. k T lw
M.. . kXl 1M. UnBtoatuMr.
Don't, be manned
pvrri-limp ttip ftrr bell rincn. Have
your premium and stock covered with
Yon Hon't know how much worrr
ran be avoided dr luch a small out
lay. Suould fire then reach you, you
are assured there will be no pecuni
ary loss. Claims are adjusted prompt
ly by the companies we represent.
Get our rate.
W. M. GORDON, iQent
At People's Bank.