12 Mayıs 1903 Tarihli The Monroe Journal Dergisi Sayfa 1

12 Mayıs 1903 Tarihli The Monroe Journal Dergisi Sayfa 1
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THE MONROE JOURNAL. VOLUME X. NO 10 MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY MAY 12, 1003 One Dollar a Year rarhs of s w J public () pinion. Uaod Blacksmith v I oar Preacher I'r If aaan A ll.ll. I would rather Ix- a blacksmith pimuilii: on au anvil, making pood horsf shm-, tliun u preacher Miun)iiigon a pulpit, making poor MTIilOHS. The Ideal Place. Jackson, Kv., in the ideal pl.ire f r niurdcrouit aeoumlrrlN. hen it is potihh to assusMiiate lawyer who would prosecute and lutiuil date the l res iuto ailenre they air afe. Automobile Carried the Day. ('..lumlaa atata. The anti saloon lrague lias lieen overwhelmin"Iv defeated ill Ashe ville, Minister worked at the polls while the women anemtled iu the First Ituptist rhureh and prayed. The opposition rhurtered the only autonioliile in towu to rarry voters to the ratlin and that in mud to have lieen uiwre "felrli iiiK' to the mountaineers than two dollar bills. Acted Wisely. Anmarl Kiitt-ritrt.. (iiistonia has done the immensely wise thiiij; in electing V. F. Mar Khali, editor of the iu.ette, mayor of the town, but it's awfully hard to reconcile the two terms editor and mayor. OuRht to Hold L'p Aw hile. t'liarlt) ami elttMrrit. Of course there is now a rumor abroad that the blockade Mills have increased 50 per cent, Mince the passage of the Wat U bill. The Watts bill has not Utoui opera tive yet and these ignoramuses ought to hold their tongues until then. I tut even if the prophecy were fulfilled we would still be glad the law has pa-vsed, for one government still is more to lie tl leaded than a half down running in defiance of law. Northern indication of the South. Cliarloii, trvrr. Klsewhere in this piiier is print ed a strong defence of the .South' policy regarding the negro from the time of reconstruct ion to the present. It is from the editorial columns of the New York Sun, and is a reply to the tjiicstiou of a lirooklyn ucgni. It is a virtual udmissiou of the justice unit neces sity of every position the South has assumed in dealing with the race l nest ion since the slaves were freed. It is a powerful vindication of her handling of the mast import ant problem she has had to deal with since Ive's surrender. It admits that the enfranchisement of the newly freed slaves was a grave mis take,' acknowledges the inexcusa ble horrors of the reconstruction era, justilies the "inevitable elforU of the miperior race to protect it self against ucgro domination at any hazard," frankly confess) "the North's misunderstanding of the necessity of the South' struggle for self-defence," mid iufc rentially, lit least, intimates its conviction of the necessity of the eventual reeal of the fifteenth amendment. Against overwhelming odds the South has during the long year since the civil war borne the white man's burden, and at the same time the suspicion, opposition and interfer ence of the North. Hut she was never daunted, uud conscious of the rectitude of her course she lias pursued the eveu tenor of her w ay, until time has wrought her vindi cation, us it will do for all who learn to wait as well as to lalsir; for the position now assumed by The Hun is increasingly that of the Northern mind. The incident of the banishment of "t'ncle Tom's Cabin" frotu4i public school li brariers of New York city is still ' esh in mind. The North has all .long been the prompter behind .he scenes, whispering to the negro race to insist upon its "constitu tional" rights to suffrage. Now it is beginning to see that it was wrong iu this course. It is to lie hoped that the negro will see that he was wrong in thus listening to the voice of an alien, and that in the future he will turu au intent ear to the admonitions of Hooker T. Wash ington, who is teaching him that Industrial education is the key to unlock the door that henceforth opens for his race iuto the temple of success. SERVICE 13 UI E'S AMBITION. 'a school in tl.Uonmiiiinity without paing for it. This id. a that h.is ALAMWCE LEADS. Lost Hair "Myhiir csire out birthe hand ful, and (lie fray r.atri berin 10 creep in. litiedAyer'HairVi(tor, tnd il sioreid the hair Irom com. Ing out tnd restored the color." Mn. M. 0. Gnr, No. Salem, Malt. There's a pleasure in offering such a prepara tion as Aycr's Hair Vigor. It gives to all who use it such satisfaction. The hair becomes thicker, longer, scfier, and more glossy. And you feci so secure in usirg such an old and reliable prepara tion, t: N mm. " roiit If tout OaiMirt eait Hi? If 7. arm! u i .1 ai.a HI asiwaas tni a Met". !!... awl (Ira tbaaaaM sf four w"'l eti'tt-at ..iti.a. Adaraaa, 1 1 miIi ii 1 1 ir 1 Rev. J. A. a Fry says that Char. acter i the All Important Object and that the Ideal Lite U One ol Service Other Feature of the Wcdiilngtoa Commencement. rrr!a.l-m- Tt'a J.4irt.al Wardlaw, May 7. Never iu the history of Weddington Academy Ims it had a more successful cm uie nevuietit than the one just rluwd. The m hmd is situated in one of the best sect ions of I lie count v. Its ritiens proudly cull it the "garden spot." The eoniliieiicrnieiit oiened Fri day evening with exercises by the primary department. The train ing of the primary class was under the tiiaimgcn.cut of Mrs. Phillips, and showed careful and painstak rllorts had lieen given to each and every oue; and that they were au intelligent set of Istys and girls. Tom Thumb's wedding charmed the house. On Sunday lit II o'clock 1!'. Mr. Smith of Monroe preached the annual sermon, lilt I heme was christian education. His sermon was full to the brim of apt appli cations and rich expressions. It was enjoyed by all who heard it. At XoVloek Friday evening Iter. Mr. Hoyle prva,licd to the patrons and students from first Peter, 1st chapter and the last clause of the iL'lh verse, "Which things the an gels desire to look into." He left with the congregation many thoughts for consider.it ion, and which are worthy of thought and consideration by all whj were per mitted to hear lum. Monday was commencement day prom-r. At in o cimis there wits a contest by the Isijs and girls for a pri.e. I he committee to decide the most successful contestant were llev. Mr. Stacy, liev. Mr. Hovle and Mrs. Will Hornby. Miss Wells won the pjriie, which was a lieaiilil'ul Bible. Spe cial incut ion was made of Misses Jennie Price and Nina Clark. At II:. ttl o'clock Kev. .1. A. II. Fry of t 'oucord delivered the tin mini address. We give his discourse in part: "I was just looking around uud thinking of the changes that have come around since brother iH'twil iter and I were boys. We went to the old field school. It is with pleasure that I recall those old days iu the old held school uud some of the fun. It was our delight to light wasp nests and hunt for the yellow- jacket. We now have line school buildings and academic j and arc able to employ professors who wear white vests. How much letter it is than the old field school. I hope that I may this morning present some practical thoughts for the consideration of these students on the proper ideal in life. This, I think, is service,. The modern doet line places great emphasis on the individual. It is preparation for the work that enables us to suc ceed in life. A man who depends on the works of another never nmouiits to anything. Au idler need never expect to rise above Ins nmhiliou, he cannot come into line with the ambitious and determined student. A young imiu who lies around and spends his father's money is a spend! brill, and asjs nd thrill is worst than an idler. Seek to lie of service in life and lie of value to those who are ulsuit you. Now then to lie of service you must have n character. No until can be of service to liny nation who does not possess a good personal char acter, for no man cau rise niiovc the measure of his character. Many a tramp has the stamp of the school upon him. Many a rascal lias the impress of the university upon him. Character is a question of our own relationship to God. No man cau be of permanent value that has not a good personal character. I wind to say to these young people who listeu to me that there is uoth ing to be compared to character. So character should be the first consideration that men take into their thoughts in the preparation of themselves for life's work, (iod really redeemed character to man, but man must develop it. God can no more use an unlit man than you can use a dull axe in hewing tim ber. Then equip yourscll lor serv ice. An cd ileal cd man is always of some service. St. Paul was a mail eminently equipped in the schools of time, in the school of ex perience. So my young menus, it is ueccssiiry for you to equip your selves for life's work and this is a duty that i annul be left iinronsid ered. That mau to whom God has given a talent that docs not equip himself is guilty 1n the sight of God. Yon say thut a spendtrift is a sinner. How alwut the smmhI thrift of taleulsi How about the man that God lias given a talent that docs not equip himself for service iu this world! "Now, my young friend., it cos's something to equip yourselves for service. It costs something to make a soul, a character, a mind; it costs toil. Some people think that school is easy. It costs something to study and the mau that is willing to pay the price can become a scholar. That man that is not willing to prepare himself for anything iu life is not bright mentally. All over this country are young men and young women who live iu idleuess and dissipation and lo doing nolh ing and are anxious to get off and travel and would do uothiug al ways. "Young frieuds, it costs some thing to climb up. Yon cuu't have The Child Ijibor Law. t ri...t .... ..i. .'.I .....i.. j i - - - - ill.., i ii.ii , .in... .mil, - pmrn mi., a nui s ura.i "ui s.t- Wen township ote Nillool la telc M-ais, ol ae slull lie em- ' can get an olucution, that be can lie able to mount hih without pay ing lor it. and that the W I.I owe it to In iu. is a fraud. Il vM s.ii:e 'thing to get mi education that is worth keeping. God almibty made it that way, and the ni.iu thai i is not illing to pay for il just ran , Hot get it. Preparation for srr ice 'rosis man unci hi tig. I 'id joii ever make an niventoiy of man s optiortuiiities, and try to estimate what God has pheed III leach t in m and a Wealthy Woman I On the p:"l or ..rk iu any factory or IMIIIll.U illl lh l-M.l.llilleill illl Sthool BoarJ. V - .,.1.1 . ' . Gn Monday nine town-hips in Al.imaucc count y in Id ch-ctioii on a pmioMtiou .i U a special tax to establish graded se!:i.ls. The election resulted t.ioi.dll) in seven and will succeed iu the other at another election to lie held this t.ir. This elect ion puts Alamaucc iu this S:u-: Provided tliu ait -li.iil not apply ti 'jler nulling ;ili l p.uklil lll.llilll.ii llltol li s in ti l-. Sutc. xth.-iv Mini laniiiu and picking i;iinl.i l.-ncs pay lor o; iii-i or lii'ckicov ,i-rs l.j tin t liioii or Imdiel. Sr. 1. Thai not i-xc.i-ding sixty s. If.urs. shali coiistilule a neck's . k iu all f.ii lot ics and m.iuiif.K t :lt ll.t lll:lll III I III llllllllH-r lif tow lis I ,ii,i..i il., i i..,.-.., Urine est:il'hshuieiits of this S!ati. F.verylhiug e accomplish ' . , ' ,' . n.' :anl m l-erson under yearsol wedoitlhr.ughso...egirtof;,l.,Is;; mm ,,. frm u,1- shall Ik- required to w,.,k in lliiuk o what others have 1., 1e M, uUd m, it 'sueh lactorii or .-stahlishn,, nls a through the gifts of Gml and these f , f . ..:.rs hn'ger iK-ri.sl than sixty hours in when eerv dislriit i:i Alaiuaure wk: I'mvidwl, that this sec will have its sMN-i:d tax ami its'1'"" ' "I'W.V to eiigims is. graded school, in the rural districts, j l-reao-ii, machinists, supei intend as well as iu its to ns and mill il ems m eiwrs. se.i ami yard i iiids. olui-e men. watchmen or re- are ollercd to us. Now then, liav ing made the equipuienl, what aiv we to do with ourselves, what is our ideal iu lilVf Then1 is only one, that is the purpose lo lie ol service to our fellow man. W hat is it worth to hae man to serve you? Young friends, don't think that au education helps to make other jMsiple serve you. Not that, but it dis s lit you for lictler service iu hie. Strive to prepare yourself and go out ami help your fellow iiiiiii. If there is a poor icrxiii who h is not had any opMrtnuities teach him. High inspiration iu our education makes us of service to olirfcllowmaii. God lias blessa-il us iu this great school house of tin world. Shall we make something of ourselves, or shall wegrow up iu disgrace and bring reproach upon those who have struggled, labored and toiled to help us in tins great cause! My prayer and ambition to God are that he may help me to help soiuclMidy else. (Hi, that lluo young laces, young hearts ami young minds may grasp their op portunities and make the Isst of them. U't me ask that you take your education, take your oppor tunities and use them for the serv ice of man and I he. sen ice of God." At eight o'clock in the evening the annual concert took place. Il consisted of drills and music i vocal ami instrumental ) by the advanced and intermediate classes. The pro gram for the concert was gotten up by Miss M illie l-.vaus, the music teacher, under w hose careful uud painstaking tutelage the pupils of the Academy have made astonish ing progress. The following prizes were award ed: .Hiss .nary Matthews won (lie Kedwiue medal, which was given for excellency. Might girls uud one Imy contole.l tor tins medal. Krnest Dcl.aiu y, the only boy, ex celled in mathematics, while Miss Matthews excelled in Latin, Alge bra ami Muglisli grammar. I.iltle Miss Bliss Price won the prize in mapdrawiiigund Miss Bessie Hem iv in music. li dI. Phillips gave prizes to those who had attended regularly. There were six who had not missed a day and three who had only missed oue day for n year. The prizes for regular at tendance were given to Kthcl, I.ola and Lucy Price, Maty Hudson, l-ena I lei. ancy uud Margaret Hud son. Ihtee prizes were given tor the liest class average. Miss Jen nie Price won it iu the advanced class, Carl Hudson in the interme diate, and llallie Hemby in the primary. J he commencement exercises were good throughout and will ever linger as a pleasant memory in the hearts mid minds of all w ho who were so fortunate s to have lieen present on this occasion. Mrs. Sam Hood of ( harlot te is visiting her father, Mr. H. A. Hud son. Miss Mary Price of Wuxhuw is visiting Mr. .Ine Price. .Miss Ada ltcv liortcr ot rme- villc is stopping with her uncle, Mr. Smiley Hunter. Misses Mat tie Kvans ami Carrie Wells will leave for their homes in a few days. I.l 'I-. i In Svlvan township, iu which 1 1"'"'1 '"'lk only live votes were cast a-ainsl '' All p .rents, or persons thegradrd school tax. Miss Kula Guiding "' relation of parent, upon Pixou of Snow Camp is to lie one of the members of the school com 1111111. She is the second largest taxpayer in the county, succeeding as the active manager ot her fath er's large business upon his death to veai ago. She is a successful anil progressive tanner. lai year graduating in the sccial course in dairying at the A. and M. ( ollege, and she is president of the Snow Camp Woolen Mills. Miss Hixou l ikes deep interest in public edu cation and was in every proicr ny, active in securing the adop tion ol the school tax. It is against her will that she was put on the school Isianl, but she will serve. There is no reason why women should not serve on every school Isianl in the iStatc. They are liet ter fitted for this most important woik than men and would make Is-lter school officials. There is hardly a school district iu North Carolina where a sensible and pro gressive woman would lint serve if called upon to do so, and with benefit to the schools. Alamance has led iu (his school reform. Ia other counties follow ! An Eye to Business- ('hli-niro New--. Mrs. d'Hooligan (in a hoarse whisper) " Wake oop, Mike! There's a burglar in th' room!" O Hooligan "Kist nsy, me dar lint. Faith, an' it's mesilf tbot has me eye on him, an' if he foil ds

oiiything Oi'll git oop tin' make him gimiiie hall, b gurry !" BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Call the disease rickets if you want to. The growing child must eat the right food for growth. Bones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children. Littlcdoscscveryday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have. Bow legs become straighter, loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Right food will cure it In thousands of cases Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send for free sample. SCOTT BOWNf, Chomlat. 4O0-4IS Pwart StrMt, Now Yark. atatUM tUtawsflM. Infuriated Father Shoots a Man to Death. Coliiml in il. c l ii-.ti-h. Till. Spain Kelley was driving a team in the higyway, twelve miles from Bishnpv ille yesterday, w hen W, IC Creech drove by in the opposite direction. Kelley did not see Creech until opposite. Then be snatched a pistol out of the bottom of the buggy and II red three times each shot taking cflect in Creech's back. Kelley picked up a shotgun and attempted to lire it, but Creech was around a curve iu the road. Creech jumped out of his buggy and gut into a rig driven by W. M. King, who put his horse at a gallop. Kelley drove hard after the w ound ed man, but did not gain iu the race. Kelley slopiicd the team. cut nne horse out of Hie harness, sprung on its back n ml pursued at lull speed. He overtook ( reech after u two mile race, and lired twice with his shotgun. Creech, lesperately wouiid"d, pleaded for merry, while King whipped ins hoi si' into a run. Kelley loaded iguiu, rode up Isdiiud the buggy nui liiiished Creech with the full loud iu his body. Creech is said to have ruined Kelley's young daughter. lie owned a livery stable iu Bishop- ville. Kelley hint not been found by the slier ill'. Quick Arrest. I. A. Gulledgeof Verbena, Ala., was twice in t lie hospital from a severe case of piles causing 1! I tu mors. After doctors and till reine dies failed, Biickleu's Arnica Salve quickly arrested further iiilluimmi tiou ami cured him. It conquers aches mid kills pain. I'.V. at ling lisli iMug (Vs. U Mr. Cleveland Willing? VVa.lniii.tiui I'.wl, Some man connected with n Western newspaper asken Grovcr Cleveland point blank at St. Ixuiis th other day if he were a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President in l!)t)4. He did not re ceive a direct answer. "I do not want to discuss that matter at this lime,'' replied the ex -President. ".nn are ls-ing mentioned a good deal as a possible candidate!"' was suggested by the young man. Mr Cleveland' smiled. "Yts," said he. "1 know that. "Hid you see the eidtonal in the llrooklaud F-nglo urging your noiu inatioid'' "Xo, I havn't seen a ncwsputcr since I arrived iu St. Iims re marked the distinguished Heino crat. He was nevertheless some what interested in the editor.il re ferred to. What did you say it was about!" Mr. Cleveland asked. "It pointed out, Mr. Cleveland, that vou were tin- right man for IViiiocrats to nominate in ltKil. "Well, I have not read the article, anil, therefore, I could not discuss is contents. This is not a time to discuss the presidency." Made Voting Again. "One of Dr. Kin'gs New Life Pills each flight for two weeks has nut me in my 'teens' again'' writes l. H. Turner of Ieiiipscytown,Pa. They're the best iu the world for Uver, Stomach and bowels, i'ti re ly vegetable. Never gripe. Only J."k nt English Drug Co s. Home seekers! Look up iu this Issue the advertisement of the auc tion sule of lots ou easy terms by the Colon Real hslste Company. Save I s, But Damn the Others. Vlrt' l-'ll I ! V-,MlM.-lltV I" Chntl..M.- I I'-I'i .T. Alex. Jamison and .lohnathan Duncan had a bloody fisticuff light near town the other evening. .I nn sou's boy whipped Duncan's boy lid Duncan wliipcd Jamisons liov. The families are neighbors. The men met and Duncan choked and Isat Jamison badly, when the hitler cut the former about the neck riouslv. It was reported Duncan could not live, and pending the preliminary trial of Jamison Drs. Ashwnith and Justice were scut to ascertain l lie character ot iMincan s mud. Duncan and family mi' Saiictilicalloitists. hue the doc tors were probing the wound Mrs. Duncan dropped to the Hour on lu r knees ami with out xt retching arms mil pl.iinliir voice, said: ''laud, sanctify uud save me and my cliil lien mid in v dear husband, but semi all the Jamisons lo h 1!" Hiring tliein hildien toauy lactoiy or i.ianiilactiii iug establishment. si . '.II turtilsii such eslaliiisiimenl a writ ten statement of the age of such child or children ls-ing so hired, and any such parent, or pel son standing in the relation of parent to such child or children, w ho shall in such written statement misstate the age ol such child or children !s-i:ig so employed, shall be guilu of a misdemeanor, and upon con vietion shall In- punished at the discretion of the court. Any mill owner, siipirintenilent or other person acting iu Isdialf of a factory or iiiauulaeturitig establishment who shall knowingly or wilfully violate the provisions of this act shall lie guilty of a misdemeanor, mil upon conviction shall Is- pun ished at the discretion of the court. Sec. I. That this act shall In' iu force lioin and alter January 1st, l!ioi. Ill the General Assembly read thus- times and ratilied this litb of March. A. D.. l'.'n.l. If the president really enjoys kissing babies and bars none for color, mere is a great neiii open in . hi' coast country of the South. Labor is scarce in Texas, A rice planter is plow ing 4(1 acres a day with one steam plow, which saves the woik of ;0 mules ai.d eight lie grocs. A 5tartling Test. To save a life. Dr. T. (1. Merritt of MchiHipany. Pn., made n start ling test resulting HI a wonderful cure, lie writes, "a patient was ittacked with violent hemorrhages mused by ulceration of the stom ach. 1 had oiicu loiimt raceme Bitters excellent for acute stomach mil liver troubles so I prescriU'd them. The patient gained Irotu the first, and has not had uu at tack in 1 1 mouths." Klectric Bit ters arc positively guaranteed for DysjK'psia, Indigestion, (onstipa t ion and Kidney troubles. Iry them. Only .". at Knglish Drug Company's. WHEN ASIICRAFT'S Condi- ti,.n Powders are fed to horses and mules, marked improvement will be seen after the first few doses. There is no doubt about it. The Powders, acting directly on the digestive organs, first thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels, correcting all disorders, and then good healthy appetite comes nat urally and surely. It is the most powerful tonic and appetizer on the market to-day, and when once used horsemen will have no other. Ashcraft's Powders produce that silky sheen of coat and hair so admired by horse fanciers. The Powders fatten but never bloat. Always high grade and put up in doses never in bulk. By the use of three or four doses a week your horse or mule will not be subject to colic or any dis ease fil the stomach and bowels. "1 tiad an ll hor tliat a In rr 1 finaition iwnrrailf H Cim hi bi.wnl 1i.w tint wan cau.uif Oi hair l tttmr off I lha h.r Ihrw ttl Ah- tra!l'Conaill"H l"..wjrn a dar l"'"' " a i.l M him lilralljr. Tlia aw'lita tm.tmtl fn.m lh Br.1 tw nl llif animal (raliwil flfty-lan p.Hin.1 In nli durina Ilia ts-a I av It lhrr d.n a tlaf . Tha tnml hrallh til lha animal wan (rrfalljr Imr-rinivl I'T tha of of tlta p.wi1-m ana ha wa aia.la alm.t a naw horpa I ai.tl hMtmtjr rtwmman.i Ahcrall C'nitltiia Pow.lar,a. I know llw ara a aolan did liwla and a)iptlir.-4:. C. BlKtS. Llrjr an, Nno, C.'' f Ask for Ashcraft's Condition Powders. Tackage 2Sc. Sold by I TWENTY LOST AT SEA. Steamships Crash Together and : One Good Ship Goes Down. ! Norfolk, Ya., Mv :. A ci;: ion st ses that cM the lives of -jo or tnote pe. pJu n I the inki.ir t ! tlm Clvde steiliis'i'p Siii.m v l. the Old lloiiiinion Stiuaisl.ip t 'm:. psny's liner Ilami.t tH't iurnl Utseen Winter (Jutrtei I.;j!u ;ship and Fen wick I-'a'id L;v''' . ship, on the lrmiu c- a-t. at I : i-' jo'cli ck this niorniiig The I mil tun left New York at " oM.x k f. i 'No: lurk and the Sai'insw tiis-i.: out of the Virginia cape-, ut !' o'ciiK'k Inst niuht Ihiiiii I f-o:ii l;ichaioml and Norfolk for PliiU li'lpiiia A dense fojr setth.sl alorj the coast shortly after nightfall and to'h vessels were C"i;lkT s rc'iiced speed whtn the cia'i oc curred. The ft ene of lhft'oi.ii..r is ubout PI or 11 miie" oil th' shore stn-l betAcui lso mil l1' Ulikssoiilh of Ne.v Yolk tr be twecn lSI sn l IP) tiii'e u uth ol Norfolk. The ffjf whistle, i f lioth ves-ils were distinctly lies id by each ot'ue. for several mimics before t'.e l ullision (Ti:rred. Aivor lins to Ciptain Il ia., of tin.' Hamilton, his ship was ooin.' ab nit nine miles an hour and tlio S.iafinaw ulsuit ten. The fo was so thick that objects a ship's length atvsy were invisible ami when the two cruft hove in sight of each other there was but a moment before they met. The Saginaw veered as the Ham ilton hove in sight, but they bad nut the time to clear each other and the knife like steel prow of the southbound vessel struck the Clyde ship on the port quarter about 2" feet from her stern, cutting; the entire rear of the ship away. The in-rushing water caused the SHi:i nuw to settle rapidly in tho stern and the impetus of the Hamilton took ber out of sight of the crip pled vessel, Kngines, already re versed, were put full slcum to the resr and the Hamilton circled the scene of the wreck, at tho same tinio lowering two life-bouts. There whs consternation anion? the passengers of the Old Domin ion ship and first thoughts were for their sufety, but so soon as it was discovered that tho ship whs practically uninjured, only some bow pistes being stove in, all ef-1 foi ls were directed to the rescue of the Saginaw's company. I i ben the Jviginiiw was again tghted her stern was under water mid her bovv high in tlieair. Panic stricken people rushed over her decks and scrambled toward the bow. Life Isiats were being low ered and into the lirt !." colored! women were placed, according to Second Ollicer V. L. Morris, who was in command. Tho boat was, swamped as it struck tho water i and its occupants ero thrown i into the sea. All were drowned, except tho second ollicer and the' colored stewardess, who was caught I by first Ollicer tioslio and held until a boat from the Hamilton reached them. The woman was Hilled in, but the gallant mate :;nk iiiimciitateiy. lhe woman; lied before the small boat reached I the Hamilton, more from injuries' received by tho impact of the col-1 lision than by drowning. In the meantime the rush of waters into! the bow of the Saginaw had caused' the decks to burst their fastenings '. with a roar like the report of big guns and tons of freight of all de scriptions soon littered the sea. ' To this the struggling people in ' the water clung and ninny were rescued by the Ismts from thoi Hamilton and Saginaw. lleforo tho life boats of the Hamilton had reached the Saginaw ! the latter had disappeared beneath j the waves and nothing but ber , topmasts were visible To these several men were clinging, one of whom was the aged captain of the Saginaw, J. S. Tunnell. When ho was taken oil it was found that be had sustained severe, if not serious, internal injuries. Tho Hamilton hovered around the scene of the wreck for over an hour, but no sign of life could be seen among the mass of floating freight. Two bodies, ono of a man und the other of a woman, both clad in night dress, were ob served drifting between tho bales of cotton and cases of goods. L tV sj " e" ft-!iner paia I k- . -JU.-v.-' rWXj" 1 V. n:;l rnawrd at him h a be t kala And fi!r4 k., m,u .j,, Dyiprpi-a now can't bother kia. Foe "Force" has mad him "Stany Jii orce Tat tUadj.fcrai CmI A Fa lo Irtdff aattafi. " Ert-rr ammrr I hare tvt to talit t.Di-a. but B'.w 1 una ' F-Ttt-' 1 am fyj.jyiiin rxi-rl. lnt h."o!.!i ; it hx l.uiit mr up. I tvil -F. ' H j'.t anJ it (" a KS.tui aim.)., it l-ui.Ja up. a:.-i.-i. aMUp;. m a.a tn rzi auU a 1 lo uidi-K-tl.-n. "Mm. Kits V. Dow tivM work to weak digestions and supplies the enert. Savings. Loan and Trust Go.. MONROE, N. C. Oliii e in Diiluii's rurniture BmUlini;, directly south ol a-ij fiwiitmi; the Ctxuthuiise. 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Get one of our Pretty Steel Banks, carry it home, tk posit your savings and Ret interest on them. iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitiiiiiiiiMiititiiiiiMiiiiimiiitiriirmiimmiif iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiixiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiuisi CXXXXXSOCXXjCOCOOCCO-OOO-OC-OCsC cc TRY The Empire Corn Fertilizer Drill. English Drug CompAny tif.-rol!i-Ml ytrfri,'-. ar "... 4 STATE OF OHIO, l City of Toi.kdo, J ss Lt'CAi Coi-niy, 1 Flank J. Chancy make oath that he is senior partner of the him of F". J. Cheney Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, Comity and State aforesaid, and that said mill ill pay the sum of One lliimlred Dollars lur each and every case of Catairh that cannot be cured by the use of Hull's Catanh Cure. Frank J. Cham v. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pirsrnce, this bill day of De cember, A. D. ittnli. al AL A. W. til.EASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, and acts directly on the Mood and mucous m fares of the system. SenJ for testimonials, fiec. F.J. CHUNKY 4 CO, Toi.kdo, Ohio. 8oM by druggist, 7c Hall i family pills are the boat There in a movement ou ftiot iu Texiia to introduce Japiint'se ex pert iu rice culture to tench both negroes and white the Japan meth ods, which are imwt Kiieecjutful. To Cure a Cold In one Day Take Laxative Uromoyuinine Tablets. All druggiatt refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. GroVe't ligoa tur it oo tacb boi. cents. It is the best investment a farmer can make. It will plant your corn, fertilize it, and cover it a, the same time. Take out your pencil, figure the saving; ol fertilizer, add the expense of planting the old way, and you will have your Drill almost paid for al the end of the season. The Empire is decidedly the best on the market. No chain attachment; no links to slip or break, and cause you trouble or inconveni ence, but a POSITIVE FOKCK FILED. 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