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April 7, 1903, edition 1 /
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THE MONROE JOURNAL
Telephone No. !.
Tuclay. April 7. 1XJ.
Mr. Walter Km of Wadrslwro
iit Sunday in the city.
Mrs. V. M. Coition nMnt nuur
time in Cbarloiir lat tt-k.
Mr. Clyde Morgan of Charlotte
fut SuinUy ia lb fit v.
lr. W. li. ll.uUa Kwtit Kim
il.iy iu Salisbury.
Mr F. M. Boyle i vUitiug nl
attvrs in ( itbarrusrotKiiy.
Mr. V. II. IU-lk of Charlotte U
t-uiliiig a few il.iyii iu Mnrnr.
Mr. J. M. lloyte K-iit ywurd..y
iu t Ikii ttl nu IHIMIH-SN.
1-. M. A. Siuith 8'iit yter
lay in Charlotte.
M rs. Tt-al of Wadeslmns ami mm,
are Uitiiig Mrs. M. Waller.
Mr. John Brewer, koii of Mr. J.
T. lirewer, bun a imk.iI ion on tbe
S. A. L. yartl at KaU ili.
Mia I-aiir McCain of 'aliaw
fame up Friday to visit Minn I"
MeNeely for a few days.
Mr. ami Mrs. lUnlolli KodlVarii
KHut Saturday and Sunday iulias
touia. Mrs. John r.iilnuiks of Ho
nut last week iu tbe city with
her daughter, Mrs. T. R I-aney.
Mrs. Henry Laney and sou left
Friday for a visit to Abbeville and
Mr. V. I). Sikesof t'onenrd has
Ihm-ii Kieiiiling some days with bis
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sites.
Mrs. li. A. Morrow und Mrs.
Frank Iivre sient Saturday iu
Mrs. W. J. liudge and little son
have gone to Coneord to visit Mrs.
W. ('. Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Homier Stewart re
turned Thursday from Sanford,
w here tliey had been three weeks.
Mrs. liufus Annlielil, Mr. C. K.
Houston mill Miss U'wif Houston
8iwiit Tlnnxhiy iu Charlotte.
. t). Muldrow of Darling
ton, S. ('., is sMmling sometime
with her brother, lr. W. II. Hous
ton. Miss Mollie Houston of Wesley
Chii'iel returned home Friday after
a several days visit to Mrs. J. It.
Yestenlay, In the court house,
'Siuiit II. i'. Moore united iu mar-
M ('l.iili.. Crillill of V 1111(1"
town-hip and Miss Ctta lluiieoiu of!
Sparks' show was hen- last Thurs
day itml the piilieemeii say the day
wiis areoord breaker forotililiness.
Not a single nrrest was made, and
there was simply no drunkenness.
Miss Huby Mears, who has Wn
visiting her brother, Capt. li. II.
Mears, for some time, returned to
her home iu Clarktoii yesterday
Last meek Messrs. .1. W. Hill,
.1. i:. Henderson, W. S. Illakeney,
mill .1. I. Faulkner bought lots iu
the Mi-Ciiittt-y addition, and all of
them will prohuhly build.
Mm, S. C. liaiirom of Monroe
township died Sunday night. She
leaves a husband and twoehildren.
She was a member of F.leiiezer
Mr. W. F. Hue of Indian Trail
died Sunday of dropsy of the heart.
He was seventy seveu year of age,
nml is survived by his wife. The
IhmIv was buried at Matthew yes
terday. Anyone interested in the grow
ing, baling and marketing of cot
ton mid who is uot will Hud a
most interestine nitiele on the sub
ject on the fourth page of this
week a paper.
lleginning next Monday the dry
goods stores will lie elosed at seven
o'clock. This is a very great help
totlierleiks, who need to be re
lieved from the day's work at that
time. The ladies will take uotiee
nml trade aeeordingly.
.Mr. C. A. Austin of Marshville
township was in town yesterday on
crutches. Some time ago he acci
dentally cut his right foot nearly
off with an a.xe, and has uot yet
become uble to walk without
llcv. Sir. Atkinson preached his
first sermon as pastor oi uib rres
liyteriaii church Sunday. Instal
lation services will he held in the
church Thursday evening. All the
other congregations of the town are
inllv invited, and a cordial
Invitation is likewise extended to
"Monroe halt undergone many
changes for the better since I lived
here six years ago," sain Mr. al
ter Wallis at the Cloueester a day
or two ago, while here on a busi
ness trip. "I am glad to see such
improvement," lie continued, "and
I now believe Monroe is one of the
best town of its hiie anywhere.
It's a good, solid town. Your mer
chants are a remarkably safe set."
And Mr. Wall is Is a traveling aalea
inan and knows who's who.
Along with other local matter ou
the first page this week, we print a
call by the Monroe Anti-Whiskey
League to all persons in the county
interested in the effort to break np
blind tigers to jolu in a meeting in
Monroe on Kit unlay of this week
for the niirnose of organizing a
nmiitv hiiviie for this burnose. If
blind tigers are oe rating anywhere
in li nlon coumy iney can ue urosru
At the imitation of the ladies ofi A FAMILY OF UKINKEKS. PuMk Koad Ualore.
the MHbodiist rhnrrhof Abtrvilie, f j The lurd .f County t'..u.iui
S. C, Mia. J. W. Yalta awisted iu'Roc Morton, Iking Arrested for -.loner tiwl yesterday, all the nii-in
an entertainment L4 week. Inj splint l.iuoor Swears that He l rs tn-ing pres. ul. and aie yet in
speaking .of it Ihe AMviilk I'reMi ' ...... -i.n.
ay a: "I!, hut not l,y any means! lW "f -h'Wre" , Tbe ,.t,.i..., bv John IU..H,. and
least, were tbe pretly twby toiig; It but Never IJ Any. I others mm Van.v t..nln. askin-
I et-tlr ami riiuiuii;lv n sdi'rtd Morton, a white man living fr a change in a new piihlic nwl
br Muu Canton Yates the pretty i'. mutU M.nr., the tirst ar I,..,,',,,.. . l,1(iaii Trad as u.it
little f,ir rar oldd.uitht. rof Mr. r4 wade nmh r the new b-pior a,,.
John Yates, her mother playing 'law. having l.vu taken in eut-tly j , imj,,!, ma prex-utml from
the piaiKt aeeoiiipaiiiments lor.lasi W etlmwlay. n iiif.Hmalion Sandv Kidge township aLin that
her." given by some of the women of the ,, y , ..rate w it It Mn k
ih-ikiii'I I"I, me p..uee on imeo h-nhurg iu building a bridge over
a search warrant and ctil to MoT -is,, Mileeiwk, which is tlir Im.iiimI
Ion's home. They found two int j arv ,v u-iawn the lo is.niili.-s.
Il.isks in a ll"ur kick ami a ipiail
Hisk hidi'eli ina bed. Allot these
acre aUut full, and Morton was
Mr. Sain l!aH. who lives near
Kicbardsou Cm-k Ktstot1ii'e, had
an ereounter with a mad dog yes
terlay that was very rttly for
him. A stray doc ratue to his
l-l. - l.t .
;piaee, on uia iotfs ami en ai . .. . , ,inl..M
tacked lua row. It raul.t her by ir. .i,,, 'i .. -
i ne ihim- aim nciu on mini sue
Uruner & Huty tell " Force,"
the fine prepared food which
strengthens and invigorates.
Y'ou cau gcf"iee at tadlcn &
WRllace'a. l'hone 36.
When in need of fresh meat
phone No. 91.-J- D. Parker.
threw him over Ihe fence. The
dog ran torn aids Mr. I.'.ie, wlui.
bav ing a hammer in his hand, sue
ceeded iu killing it. Mr. K.ih
killed bis ow n ilogsand will likely
kill his row. He bad liccn olU-rcd
til for her.
I'll ion county had fifteen eases to
lie heard by the Supreme court this
sewtion. Seveu of them have Ircu
decided and decision iu the cijjil
others ill be handed down this
week. John Marsh, the negro un
der Kctitcuee to lie hanged for crim
inal assault, gets a new trial, which
will take place at the August term
of court. The other decisions were:
Hushing against Itiveus, new trial:
Shute vs. Hixoll Cotton Mills, new
trial; Austin vs. Austin, new trial:
Itodman Heath Cotton Mill s. loan
of Waxhaw, petition for i.iic.iriiig
illsmisseit; lliinllev vs. llastv, 110
errow; Flitd vs. Western Fnioii
As will Is- seen bv advertisements
in this issue, the law partnership
heretofore ex is! nig ls-t wecu Messrs.
Frank Armlield and I'.. ('. Wil
liams has Is-cn disMilvcd, and Mr.
Armlield has associated himself
with Messrs. Adams & Jerome.
Mr. Williams will continue at the
old otlice in the court house and
w ill practice alone. He is the sec
ond oldest member of this bar iu
lHiiut of service, is a careful and
giHsl lawyer, and has for a long
time chimed a i!od practice. 1 lie
firm of Adams. Jerome Armlield
w ill be one of the strongest in the
Stale, ltoth Messrs. Anulield and
Jerome are tine advocates and Mr.
Adams' reputation us an otlice law
yer is not surpassed iu this sect ion.
Little Hoy Killed by a Car.
Thus. Davidson, the nine-year-old
sou of Mr. and Mrs. William
Davidson of Charlotte was killed
by a street car last Friday ufter
1111011. Mis. Davidson is a native
of Monroe, (Miss Maggie Simpson,
sister of F.sr. C. X. Simpson 1 and
has many friends here, Usnle rela
tives, w ho deeply f'l for her in
this sore 11lll1ct1.u1. The uiiitormau
iu chai'L'c of the car, Mr. J. t. An
drews, was arrested but exhonoia
ted from anv blame. OI the very
mid accident The Observer relates
the particular as follows:
Mr. Andrews hail charge 01 a
force of live hands ami was repair
ing the trolley along North Tiyon
street. At the tune of the ac
cident they were engaged in
mending the trolley "I Hie switch
where the line turns from Tryon
street, going into Ward 4. Ihe
Davidson child mid several other
liiiHlreii were playing on me shcci
and had Is-en on the car, but were
onlcied off by the workmen.
t 4 o clock the construction
ear, which was aiiac 1 10 a pas
sengcr car, was bucked down to
ward the depot mi us to let I lu
st rcct cars pass in and out of Win d
4. After the cam hud passed going
in each direction, Ihe const nu t ion
car, pushed ny tne passeugur car
U'liiml, w hs started hack to repair
Mr. Andrews was at (lie motor
in the passenger rat and the David
son child swung on to the trout ot
the work car, where lie was cut oil
from the vision of Mr. Andrews.
As the car started the little fellow
lost his irriii and fell, his head
strikinir on the rail. He screamed
and several ersoiis who saw the
occurrence shouted to the motor-
man. When Mr. Andrews heard
the cries he cut off the current to
let the car run back dow n grail
but it was too late. The wheel had
already passed over the liend of the
ehihl. which was crushed into a
"What is your plat form!" naked
a Journal reitoiter of the several
ccnllflucti who have announced
themselves as candidates for may
or. The answers were short in all
cases. They follow:
Mr. Iredell llilliard -"Strict en
foiccincnt of the law, and the ap
plication of business principles to
!. . . t ... , ,.r
the miinagi'iuciii 01 inn miur
Mr. J. M. Fairlcv "I'm in for
a clean, conservative ml in 111 1st ra
tion for the best interests of the
Mr. It. V. Houston "I m for
strict dutv in enforcing the laws.'
Mr. A. M. Crowell -;i vc neen
here working for the town for thir
tv ears and, like Lincoln, Ian, by.
of. and for the people. If elected
I'll do tuv dutv iu euforcing the
We suggest the name of X. S.
Otrburn as a suitable mayor lor tne
city of Monroe. He is a first class
man in every way and would give
us a clean, no to date business ad
ministration. There are-a uuiuImt
of rood men running, but we tic
lieve that Mr. Oghnru would lie a
more suitable man just at this time
and nuder present circumstances.
MANY l ITlKr.NH.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to most heartily ami
sincerely thank our good friends
and ncmbbors for the many una
ucswa bestowed upon us during tbe
recent sickness and death of wir
child. Their kindneaswill ever be
Mb. and Mas. J. H. Fettewav.
feature of the
Mr. II. I 1'iiee was apoiiitcd to
iii.s-l a committee from M.vLlen
bur and diseiiss Ihe mailer.
Jiuurs previously apsiuted to
lay out a new r.ud in New Salem
made relsirl, and the nad i turned
case was the const ruction put upon jw.r (1 ,. M,.,.rviv,.is.
the law, ami the swearing ol the y. F. Alridge of Sanlv l.'idge
principal and w:liies.-s. Mr. F. C. 0,,j,ip was reln veit of tax on
Willian.s apsail for the defend slssol n rs..n.il pr..s-rtv, tbe same
ant and Mr. T. J. Jerome tor the, n.iug ., v,.r. haige.
prosecution. It was argued by Ihe I The new nwd from the Marsh
counsel, and so dr illed bv thej vilh-and Olive I'.r.iuch road to the
court, that miller the law the Mjyor! j,1lt,H. alll Ausonville wad. in
or a magistrate h:is M.weronly to j New Salem township, was ordered
oimi over locouri. 1111.1 1 11.11 wiicn.t,,,,,,.,! w.r lo the suinrvison.
a search ol a siisiM t.-.! phu-e is 11 W. Austin of YaiH-etowushin
made and more than one punt of was relieved ,.f tax 011 lisi acres of
liipior is foiiuil, that evidence is. land, niiiic la-ingan o er. Iiarire.
j New U 00J Working PUnt.
Tlie Monroe Manufacturing Cotn
Ktny has ts-gun huildiug near the
oil null. The company is iucor
rale.l with a capital of fto.isMi.
wiih the follow ins oltiivrs: T.
C. Lre, president: Tip Helms, sec
retary and treasurer: J. D. Faulk
ner, general maiuiger. Jsoine ol tne
st.sk holders are: J. C. IUU-S, r.
M. Silt toil. Heath Lee I laid wan
l'oniKiuy, J. I. Long. Tip Helms,
I . F- Houston, IL 1 1. Heath. I- II.
Thompson, T. C. l-cc. Iee ,t Ij-e,
J. K Ile11.lers.111. ThetMlore Still
son, YYm.Ti ul', J. D. Faulkner and
.. The building is to be 'Mi 1
1'hi, well eiiiip.cd w ith ui.slern
maehiiH-ry lor doing all kinds of
wood woik and making sash, d.sirs
and blinds. The company will also
deal largelv in 1 11 10 1 r.
Hightower's distillery, just over
the line iu A11s.u1 eonntv. wasde
st roved liv lire on Monday night of
last week. Hits institution hai
Ist'ii a great curse to the comimlu
ity in which it was situated.
Advrrtitraifuts vill t iusrrtrii ia
this culuniu at the price of uue crut a
ocj, rash ia aJvanre.
WASrEl)-AtrL'f.iea lnote tur
key 'ct5 Will riy t'j rt,cf
II. I- l iicr. fiicet Mril, N. t.
DK. W. II. WAKEHtLD. ol thar
lutle, S. C, will U iu Mjui., at
The Glouctcr, on Thuiday, Apiilj
Ijrd, loe one day only. Hi pi ac lice ,
i honlr J Iu the Kyr, far, Noe and
A1KK ami l-icl.t mils aie now 1
due and 111 ul he paid lv Apro
1 .lh. I! rrnti are not paid hy tlir
lotli of Ihe month wlrr and ht;ti! ser
vice will he discontinued This is Ian
notice to all, therefore if you cicl
tj manly water and elrrtn. Iilit
aller Apnl loth, pay your rent on 01
Iwtore tint d-le. li. t. Aihcralt.
IaEE & LEE,
DRT GOODS, I0TIC3S, CLCTEiSG. CEITS' rUEIISEUGS, I1T
AID SHOE STORE W H05R0L
sulliciclit to coiiv ict provided no le
bultal is made. Iu this rase the
defendant set lip the plea that he
wits keeping the lienor on hand for
his own and his family's use mid
bad never sold any. His wife cor
rolsirnted this statement and ac
The new wad cut out from the
Tom Folk place to J. II. l'liee's
was tiirucd over to the siiion isors
of Sahdv Kidge tow nship.
Contract was let to W. D. Stai nes
to build a bridge over Cain Creek
branch ou the old Potter road, to
counted Tor the Inpior Is lug hidden , i. f,H.( ll(j , t0 t.ast
by saying that she was a coiiMimp I ( . fiuwing oveixi-rs were ap
tiveantl also in a delicate com 1 1 (llj,,ted to cut out the new -wad
tioii and was hiding this liipior for) tntm ,, M,it ,,ear (.. M. l-iiie'sto
ner ow n use 10 kih . ner iiHsiiaim i Vinilield's mill: . A. I'lvler
and the children from getting it. 1 f,.,. i mlield's lo T. C. Kiikiiiks.
Mni toii and his w ile swore tli it lie
had bioiiglit a gallon jug of whis
key from Stanly county on Satur
d iy night la-fore, and that they and
the children had dunk it all ex
cept what the olliccrs found and
two or three drinks w hich had Is-en
.Ir.'s: T. C. Kubanks Jr., liom his
residence to 11. M. I.ai.ey's: and
tli-y mi' to summons lunils lor one
mile and a ipia iter 011 each side ot
An election was ordered to Is
held in the Mt. I'rosiiect school
iney swore 111:11 inev district, tiursiianl to an a-t ol the
gave all their childteii. even "low n j;,.,,,.,;,! Assembly, for the purpose
to a two-year old, leeliieoiie, wliicti
was in court, whiskey every night
and 11101 ning and at any otlicrtiuie
wheu t In-v wauled it.
The witnesses relied upon by the
State all proved unsatisfactory.
The very woman who had nskeil
the olVn-ers to make the search les
nf lowing a special sclnsil tax, to
Is- held tirst .Monday iu May. A
similar election was ordered for the
Wesley Chapel distiict. The tax
in each cast' is to U- si. .VI uu poll
and ." cents 011 propctty.
The sheriff was ordered lo sum
mons a i 11 1 to lav oil' a public road
tilit d in In-half of the defendant, j in Monroe tow nship from a point
Mayor Stevens reserved his !-1 iti I.:tti-:it-r road two miles from
cision until yesterday, pulling Hie (w ta point near II. W. Helms',
defendant under his nun n-eog ky land oft i. W. Flow mid otheis:
iiiancc. j ordered laid out for a new road
On Veslenluy the police reported j M-giniiiug on the Lancaster road at
that Mortiiu had skipped, mid this; ..IVI.,. p.,,,, ttlH mul by S. S.
loudHcss is the last ol the case. I l.'ielianlsoii's to 11 point near K. W.
- - - I Helms', neither ut any expense to
A Roadside tlold-l p. j (he eoiiutv.
Mr. Loiiuie Helms, sou of Mr. oad li'clitioiied for from a point
S. A. Helms, w ho lives four miles ,..,. y .; Williams' resideni-e lo
alsive .Monroe, was in tow 11 y ester j j,,ae was ordered advertised.
n.K nn.N n,.nrR
I br l-v jonnnl'M- i-iy-lf a .-ali-tllatt' f..r
t-.iM.-H l.-li.-( 41 M'.l,t.-
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loll .'ol-.N H KI..IIFK
1 lit-i-,-1, m.,i..iim-- h...!f .-i,li.Nlr f-.r
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I li-rvt. ),iimti,- ito--lf a -anli.Ut f..r
n .i"r-f Vl-.nr..-, I-J.-.-I t. lh-.-n..it Ilir
K V III. I STOS
V'H M VVoK.
I ii,-r.-i.i amioutH-,- no-ll 11 ,-aitilitUlr fr
mto..r .if Vl.-nr.-. ..:l-j.-t 1,1 tUv Ife-lnx-ratl,-l.ritnar.
if mii,- I-M.
J M r VIKI KV.
1 l.,-r. t. a ni. ..!-.- ( ,1 -nitliUl- f"r l'i
t-ltt.v ..r tn,..r ..f T'lt-1 liv ..t M-.hr..-
Tin-Vlan-liji.lli.wo. ill IHC I I, II 1 1 I.IAKIi.
nti.tmit-,-110 :l .1 i-ioiililal,- .r llu
.It;.. ..r 1. ..,...f ..f ..
.v i i Kottn.i,
ton 1 linn s Kii.urK
I ;u-r.-l-.v aiiiuiliD.-i- --!f a t-ainl.lat,'f"r III
mu n.rr.iN vv kh.iikr
..tii.-.-. 1 ,-..tt. ..1 . ifc-i.
dav with four holes in his hat, the
four hav ing Ik-cii made by the pass
ing ol a pistol ball through the
crease ill the top, there thus Is-inf
lour thicknesses. Mr. Helms told
of a very unusual mid highly inter
While on his way home from
t'liioliville at ulioiit half past nine
o clock 011 Minii.iv 111-111, ue was
halted Ity Ihe roadside by two men
who commanded him to throw up
his hands. Instead of doing this.
Mr. Helms say he drew a pistol
w hich he had nml tiled upon Iheiii.
The v iu turn shot at him tw ice, mid
he returned the lire and the men
lied. Ile drove on to the tirst
house and found that one bullet
hud passed through his lint and
one through the lied of the buggy
just under the seal. He llien hur
ried home mid 'phoned Siipciin
lendeiit Fletcher to come from the
stockade with his dogs, but the lat
ter could not leave ow ing to the
absence of one of the guards. Mr.
Helms says he has 110 idea ol the
identity of his assail, ills nor their
The liev. K. A. Osborne, will,
Cod w illing, hold services ill St.
Funi s chinch, Monroe, this week
is follows: (iiNid Friday, Ilia. m.
Morning prayer and sermon. From
I'J 111, to .'I p. 111. meditations. ,:l,i
p. in. evening prayer mm sermon.
Saturday, la. m., morning prayer
and lecture. Sunday Luster Day
llolv Communion ut sunrise:
morning prayer, sermon und Holy
Communion at II a. 111.; evening
nravcr and sermon ut 7:1.1 p. in
The iiiiblie is cordially invited to
a'.lelid all these services.
K. A. On ll m xr.,
Minister in Charge
I see several iiniuuiiiecmeiits for
the inavoraltv in your last issin
The mayor ol the city ought not to
In- a man who is susceptible to up
peals to his sympathy ; mul more
over, lieslmiiiil lie a conservative
man with no w ild views to exploit
nml seek tocul'oice. lie should be
a man conversant with rules of law
and evidence so that he could pass
upon matters in a judicial way.
Such a man can l' found in tin
person of Hon. L C. Williams,
who has just recently won laurels
in the Ceneral Assembly and iu his
service in that body retlected credit
upon himself and county. Let us
nominate ami elect him and his
record as mayor will add to Ihe
reputation which he has already
won ns a representative of Hi" peo
A big package tf "Force" at
B.-untr it 1 1 ue) s fur fifteen cents.
Strength and vigor are in it.
Bring tne your scrap Iron. J
To Cure a Cold in one Day
Take Laiative Promo OtiinineTahleta.
All druetisti refund the money if it
faila to cure. E. W. Grove's sign
ture is on each boa. i) cent.
Genuine New Orleans Molasses
at 75 ctnts per gallon.
Henderson & Hudson
"Force," also strength
health, at Bruner & Huey's.
Assessors mid lax listers had uot
been appointed w hen The Journal
went to press.
We suggest the following ticket
for Aldermen in the coming elec
1st Wanl-.l. I-:. Slack,
.'ml Ward-T. C. Collins,
old Wanl-L. li. Helms.
Ilh Ward-ti. S. Lee.
At Large F. li. Ashrrafl.
Mr. Mckae Does Not Accept.
c..rr.-.nl'i ,.r I In" l.'Uoml.
Marshville, April li. Miss Alma
Daniel of Johnson, S. ('., spent last
week at Kcv. ti. O. Wilhoil's.
(Jiiurlcrly timet ing convened here
with the .Methodist church Sal or
dav, Dr. J. C. ltowc presiding. 1 he
meet ing w as w ell attended. Dr.
Howe preached three very interest
The MetlitKlist church has been
minted 011 the inside, which has
added very much to its looks.
Mr. M." S. Slegall has lieeu iu
very feeble health for the past
Mr. N. T. Kiveis spent Friday
mid .Saturday in Wadeslioro.
To the great disappointment of
many of the friends of -Mr. John
Mcllae, as well as many of the
frieiiilsoI'Marshv iile Academy, Mr.
Meliuo lias declined to accept the
priiicipalship of the academy.
Miss Johnnie Stmdivaiit and
Miss LenaStiirdivant, with the hit
ter's brother, attended Aunt Jerii
sha's (Jiiilting Flirty ut Hie Acad
emy here last Thursday nigld.
The school at (iillsm will close
Friday night with public excicises.
consisting of dialogues, recitations
Mr. John (ireen, who has Ist'ii
at work nt IVI.ar, S. C, wits in
town Saturday and Sunday.
Kcv. F. M. Jordan of Transyl
vania enmity preached at the Bap
tist church last Wednesday night.
Confederate Veterans' Reunion.
The annual reunion of the Fniled
Coiil'ederale ctcraus Association
w ill be held in New Oi lcans May
For this occasion the Seaboard
Air Line Kailwav will sell tickets
at the rule of one cent per mile for
Tickets will be sold May Hi to''
inclusive, and for trains arriving
in New Orleans Is-fore noon 011
May '.".'. They w ill le good to leave
New Orleans until May 1M.
An extension of the final limit
to June la can Is1 hud by deposit
ing the ticket with Mr. Joseph
Kichardsoii, special agent. New Or
leans not later than May '-'4, and
paying a fee of 50 cents.
Numerous interesting side trips
over 1111 extensive aiva have liccn
arranged for, nt the rate of oiih
fare, plus 2.1 cents, for the wnml
The Sealmard Air Line reaches
New Orleans from the North and
Virginia ai.d North Carolina points
via Atlanta, with double daily
train service, the same wttte being
followed from points iu South
Caroliua and Ceorgia on the Sea
board Air Liue between Hamlet
8. W. Par 11 am, Agent.
and I want your old Iron. J. D.
J A 1 KuWKI I
An t-K t-ti.,11 if In It) tit lit- t't'y f Mmi
. trti Twl.i) nfl'1" tin !irt Miiiij iti May.
t -tut tin- .'.tli tlrtv t.f ti t- ifh'tttl". Iwu. f-T Hit'
u riui.e . .f -it ! ItlLf a lliu .if a tit I att'liTIIK 11
in a.-i- .ntin-' ilh Hi. rliant-r i.f -m.l 1 liv t
tti !-. mii'I tr itml imrtni-t', tfir rl.sr. r Al
( rtitt'ii have npi-.ttiii .( K'-tfi-tfar- w lm mil
n ifi-ii-r nil .u;'tii-ii v.i.-r- ni nnf r.tt rm
traiD'ti. .tt llu fittlowiiitf iim- .mil ii-M-v ;
lf U:tnl.ti l Mrtii. ul Hi.- 1'intiiiitMDM'.
'.'i.l U.ij.t. N l::t..iMl, ' hi wlori
:iriMi., .1 r .iki-. tl H'.N.k' v. r--tunv
rh U.i .1. 1, t' Hit M il, ut i. K. riiL-h-i. A
I'.t- 11J 11-111 if t. rivi-iT upply to (hi
k L't-tritf on m'hhIiu . i'n 'Hi. lltli. llli ami
;M!t "f Ajtul. I tin- .ic- iistiml.
1 hi' Htrit .-f A Lit riiit-n .(-.llil.-il the f.. How
is: Ju-h.'-- ..f Hi'.-ti.iii. wit.. iih tht Kfij
mi - 111 tlu-it h--ii-Iim' tutiril I'Mii-llliiti llit-i-i
iiMti Htril. 1 :
1-t Wnnl, l' M)ti). an. 1 tl. H alilll-
'.'ti-l v;itt. M Hhf.I. 11 nii.I I. WilliaiiiMUi.
t -i Wanl. I r lilakt-iM .itnl M C Kr.MMii
I'll al. U i'ii- A 1 111INM u'hI . M Marlln,
A iii a ri-.'l!lmtt..n f nil V"h r 1- hiUirJ,
H r AIH KAKT.
I'li rk himI Tr-a-nn-f
AH .nali!if'l "t,-rti hi llu- rtly ..f Mmir-wr tie
-11 fijf r t.'i-lrii't..ii n iifli f"f liif fltftlt.11 in
-,ii.i t in t.. I- h.-M tin- 'lit -lay of Mn . lwl.
f.-r Id.-. t..,-tMU -.f Mir anil live AhltTiiii'li
,.f 1 n- cm i.t Mmr- an- r.'.)it.-li'il h aipl lo
llu r-.M-!nii "f 'h.-it n-i-i-tiw H).ril on Nil
tir.hix . i'ii- Ith. lltli, .Mil ! .t Inlay of A in I.
Il":i. ut Hir ji!;tff iiiitih'.l 1 it tin- ala.vi' H. i-lion
noil,.., t. H IT'miM. HM Wstr.l
N S it ttl UN. .. I Wr..
,1. !SKKi. Thlr.l Umil.
I. i Mil kUT, K .iiUli Wrtfil
Nut i it 1- litTt i'V imni that iiti t'li-ct ion
! h.-i.i in ihf H. -h y i'h.ti-l Htirh liM.i th
I fill il- ill ill "If. l hv ttU " t of llli- lil'lHTllI A
-i-ttil-l t Jl"i'i. lit '-lr rhn-l Hi'liiaol lltw,
.11 tli.-'tif-l M-iu.la.v In M. h".i. f"r tht i.ur
i..-i- .if tl t.TMiitntu htiln'i' iln-tv hull l'
i. vtf.i 11 in in "nul -cliool ih(r(i-i f.-r tin' -it
hiTI nf (!' -rllooU il:tl-illli'l It) -Nlil h"trl.-l
rttnl 1 hit! 1'ahin r lh tniil.-hii- ( 11 n tIm n
.-.( it. i-tiiti' of vol. I-" it it 't I- I Mo..n- nn. I !..
,!. lias.' la-fti ai.Milltti.l Ml.ltff of i-lt-rtloll
f..r flu niro-' of li...iiiif lit.' -an! i lfftion.
Tin- itli .t.i of ipril. IW.
li unli t of i (it- It.mr.l.
.1 M M'KWAKT. t'liTk
to Hi t i.l of 'oil II 1.1 out Ml I-loiter.
t-r-t class luiil
O. C. t in Ire.
PAKKY everything you line iu old '
l lion to J. l. rarker.
Jl'ST received one ttoi;-.ieaJ of olJ A
tone i'oito Ku u M l issrs. Hill Q
i Hiveus. 9
FuK SAt-K Three iiiili-h cows. Ap
ply to K li. Kcdviiue, Momoe.N.t.
March jo, ioi.j.
TDK SAI.K t'lieKooJIioiae, lauiily.
dray or farm woik. Cash or s -od j
paper. M. C. Itrouiu.
RKMEMHKK you ran get the best
freh meat at J. 1. 1'arker'a mar-;
kit. riione Nu. 91. j
Spring and Summer line now ready.
Also youths' and boys' new cuts and
weaves. Neckwear, all the colors of the
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes!
For men, women and children. See all
lines HERE before you buy ANYWHERE.
Notti'r t hrrvM irlwti that an I'lftMl.ui w ilt
U li. ;.l in M-nini Cro-ia-ft rl "I N-h.tol id-.
1 1 H i, ll ''"til 1 i l"h 'l hj (Ml rti-l of tin' litlllTllI
M-mhlv ..( Nortn I'.iroliiiii nl H- "i-n.n of
ima hi iiir-: f W. 1' I'lyhT. Itu Mitmtf
i.liiii- In "ul" .ItMrirt. mi Mihi.Ijiv. in.' in mi
..f May. Hn. for H- .tir)H.i' of a-iTtaHitinf
l.-Hi.-r it iMtj-TiH ot i('iniiii.-.i . n-t'iorfi'T nii
.1, . .... an. ! fai.ir .if Hit' U'WIIIar of a IhI oil
Illf (fit ! lUlil H'o(aTlV of l li 'hiai lllHH't
f... th.' -Ul'l'"1 1 "f ,irM,,',l f'iiHU I'Hlatt-
H -hi . I ilti ii'tn. uinl for Ihai tiini' tin H-nint
i( t'oiuiu i 'omiinloin-r navt- innitifii h,
Hi lk ri-uM. r of i-lfvtor. anil i Klliflier
tit. I A. I iilhnn iil'ltf'- nf flii lloil.
(V nr.lf r of ihf lloari,.
.1 M STKW RT.rli rk
April 4. i' Hr.l I'mimy oiiim r.
. . ii,itt it .hull U- unlrt ful for tny
a roll lo lit aiij hor-i-. i-n, or tillier aitliluil
.11 Illf (M-oilinif ot nu- "iimini
i itv of Molina for Ihf Jiiriot ii int-
-a Hif. or for any (a-r-oii lo ImW f-H w
itiiiTaiiitnat on -inn ora-ifo
tin- i.tiii-M of trntltiK ih.-i.-ti-
iNtt h tin- of iif itollar- for t'iifh ami evr .if
.n.f. Mil- rti i A(i"-H.
( l . ASHi RArT. Hwrrtary.
HFNKY H, ADAMS. THOMAS J. JEROMB.
I RANK ARM! IKl.D.
ON account of the rruniuti at Nrw
Orleans May iwlh ta 2u, the
S A. L. will sell rutin 1 tup tickets
(or 5?5 J-
FUK KES T Tlirce room houe on
CuIIpk street, near siaile-l vrhuul;
city water. A. Levy.
GO to the Star Cafe fui i nice luuch
ur a nice meal ut any time uf Jay.
K. K, Watkms, MaiiHer.
SEE S. R, Poster before yoti buy,
your gai'ltn eerd and wed po- j
THE Tartor Market is the place to
i;et your nice and tender meats,
and where you set the must meat for.
the money. I hour 251 .
FOK SALE A u0il dwellinn, with
city water, good l.arus and out
houses; also (ood store house iu yard.
Eur particulars apply to K. W. Lem
Commissioner's Sale of Roal
Hv virlllf of lnw of tf' Kii-MTirt'..urt of
Mifklfllhurrf fouitly , lit th.-iti-. of i tt oaif-.
.t al . i. I "ul) Hi") iff. Ihf im.lir-it.Mml
f..iinnf.ioiifr will "jiiHf .il on
Saturday, the 9th day of Hay,
IWd.al UiiVliN-k in . In front f thi' i-to!tl.f
Mi Iht- low ii of lar-hvl!lf . l.u -fil f.n
a-lt t thf hi'.'hi-ol i.i.litfr.i-i-tiaiii ninuitttii.
ai) ton of Mrlnillf. l-niir a !art of tli.
lan.l i'onvi-vf.l lo Kllfti l in.h i.y .1. I ni'iy U
i.-fi rtKiif ri-.l in ll.ti'i. ii. inik'i' in t t
lh-.- ..f llu- K.-ni-li-r of iri l- for I ntoii ,-..tt ii u .
an.( iM-tnir ihf Ihii.I known nml .fii;iit l on
Mia, l.in.ly niaimi ihti ot inr -at. I ir..tH-n,
mail Ity A. W. hn. -to M-.v"'. .n- S... ;,
w allil Ni. IV to :W. nil "f -"i lot- if Mt ..r
f iluiifii-ioii-of ;tn f.cl . IJn f. i-'. Biol -tiiil
o- So IM to Wl liiflu-n-, Inn .tui.l M
ttrt.tf im-t, Niiff A '..,- Lin.l-.l .ti.l . I
ami r Valm-f laiiil.aixl tin othr lot- M-l
j..itiiiii ihf Kailt'.m.l latxl- ni . 1ta.li-
r.-.'t an. i 101 ,sk t. no- i.-ii i , m--i
)i A lH'liKK.
rharluttf. S. t'oiiiii,!.-i..iu-r.
City Tax Sales.
B vlrliirof Uu-City 'lai l i-l- hi ni liati.l-
f..rrollf lon hikI Ihf or.l. r lhi-n-oii .lin-.-i i u;
follt-t-tl.-M of In - .tlif thi- l ity or Mi.iu.a-.
I Mill f II Ml (lUhlif aiUMtoll. itt Ihf I'i'HIl lloll--
.tor hi Monro . on
Monday, the 4th day of May,
.mti. for lh.- min.H of folti-ftini; lh.- tn f f n
oil Illf iruaT"' In Ihf (aTioli- lUiini .l I' i-.H .
tin- folio in iait.l- ot town lot- l'oiiiiin i
llu- -roii- iitttiif! for thf : o.io-itf tln ir
uu tin , u :
SiHi, l .M. T a S li in K
H.Hli-,-. J 1WH
a n.l imi . rtaf'f iti'-irii h i $1 i
t Totac II, M . 1 hn iii-ar waif r H
HairliT. hnrlf- 1 i.n. h -niinifi' i"i .
IMm, Mr-, rath. r
hii- 1 lo! Uayni in-fi 11
HotiMoii. MhiiiiiI.' I h.i nr. wau-r .ik- II
LfiiunoiMl. W.T. I l"t ttinihor -tm t a
Mumny. I. A. 1 l"i ratrl.-y fiiiif Si".'
If tm.-i ar-Hot i.l U fon- tiny of -ah- Hh
i-o-l-. tin loi- mil U- for f-h -t.iu-i
ah.ii. " I- i'u" ir
( tin-l tn i "int ami
A.ril '2, 't'y Tnv i'ollf.-lor
Notice of Sale.
Uv virlllf of a mortL'L'f itff.l fMiMllftf lot'.
S !IMIioll lUlil l A l ot. Mllflotl h)' .la'-i.tiN
l.ililf. Jr., on It'th i Iti) of ttfiiil-r. A . IMM.
iltily n-nl-tiTi-.l. thf uiulf ruiuiifti ni h-r
fn-li to ihf hmhi-t hiii-lfi. at lit.-court hu-i
.l...ir tn Moima'. V i '., n
Monday, the 4th day of Hay,
H. Iy im l.l it- aali. ft Iriii't of Ian.) l mt in
jotimitt Uu- laii.l tf KoN-rt W.mi-imII mxl "th
t-r, foiiiMttnint v' Mi-if- iiion or It, know it
llif ilom-r tn.fi ( Ktituli M- Mrtr;ill, hl' of
A run NtfttrtU. ft will nioin fully a-ar dy
r.-r..rHllf In HiHik No It of Ih-l ll". IMIUf of
thi- ri-jfl-try of all I'oimty. !o.l -aii-f)
,,. -fftiri-.i i.t woo Ht'TiyjiK' tiff", i in- 'iu
tlay f April. A l IHW. t k. t.
M. A ''VIS.T'N. Kir.
of I' A 'o MiUtoll.
V. S MlMI'tN.
A. M. 5TACK, J. RAV.nOND SHUTE,
Bank of Union.
Safe, But Progressive and Liberal.
A iiioik-rn lin king h ouso uith t-wry licilily (or the pronijit anj
(-.ireful hamlliiiK c( all business.
Get one of our Pretty Steel Banks,
carry it home, ilcp sit yr.r savings ,nu! pet interest on them.
Painting as it Should be.
The paint we sell is the
rilit kind. It has good body
and will cover your walls ef-
11 ty of good
II the paints are
mixed so they won't run,
peel, crack or blister. Just
r- t-. 5 f
r - r r i .rt i . .
tVA r ( (J (.-ctiv cly. Tie
'i' -J u'l.ir. and all t
A U-Ji 1 I'Cfl. crack or mis
-jjr- x.- J- as nearly perfect as paints
--C-V can bo made. You get it at
" ' ' - ' i '7 a reasonable Dtice.
Make your improvements by using Heath & Miligaa Paints.
Siim-ssm-lnC. K. HOI'STON.
Uvivuiv U IUUJUVIU
unNROF. N. C.
I'rartii-e in nil the Courts, State mil
Federal The iiiaiiaccnieiit of estatei
.or eveut-ini, administrators a special
ty. Careful and diligent attention
given to tlie foreclosure of niorti;ai;et
iiid collection of claims. Money
oaned without expense to lender. All
,, ligation given prompt and careiul
ittrution. Dfficeeast of courthoube.
E. C. WILLI 4MS,
Attorney aid Counselor at Lit,
MONKOK. N. C.
Practice in all the State and United
Prompt attention given to collec
tions and general law practice.
Mr Persons interested in the settle
ment of estates, administrators, tie-
cutors, and (uaidiani arc especially
invited to call on them.
Continued and painstaking attention
will I given, at a reasonable pi ice,
to all legal busiuesa.
Olflce in courthouse opposite Clerk's
I will ..'tint v.iltlle m.n.m lo t!if lui?h.-l
l.i.l.lt-r, f,.r ,.li. t II. .urll.-.u U.H-r in
Mt.nriM', N.C.. n
Monday, the 4th day ol Hay,
IWSI. III.- toll.. Inn .r..TI-. 1 1': Tlu- lnpn-l,
rilil. Illl sn.l .-I'.'.' llie ilvf.-li.ttinf, J !
H I. ml.-. Jr.. In iikI l.. irwi ..r I..I ..I Un.l in
I'm. n .-..ni.lv, . i., on l'i- n-r .i . in-.
Hiani-h. .Ijo'liilii 'l- lii.l"t K..I.I Ml. -Bull
1,-., kn..n s- III"' rh . f.l,.itll .l..rl
Imii.I., .-.mv-fa I" i-l .l.-lfinlnl. Ji.-..l. K
I II ll.-. J r.. I.y II A r..MilKt"" himI r. N Miiii.
...ii. hii-h l.-vii-.l i'ii I.y H .1. HIv i
.mhir. on ll.r lh llu) of IViTlnl.T. tvl. L lir
liif of ... Miu.'ltnn-nl I..II.-.I l Ml,, t.-.v.. .1.
I' al III.- In.lan.-.- "I S A. iiii.-..ii. .linllll.
I ,-vl. l on . llu-.rowrlv ol Ji.f.,1. . l ull...
Jr . lo wlif a wn .' llifavorol A iiiii-ioii
.in. I. -I Ja.-ol. 1.11 ll.-. J t-
n .v i."n j....-, i ..
April 3. I. of I I.I..I. ('..uiily. N I'.
Tli llrm .f -.ikc-A Wiii.-li.-"t.-r a-ili.i..lv,..l
lirtll -Jrtlli. lll. I.y lininii.1 ar.-. i.i.-lil. "Il
l,.Mir-. Kill l.-.-oi.ll I '- Mr. Fikr-l llu-
..I.l ian. I. All ati-ouiil. .In.' Hi' "1.1 ti inu-l
u-i.i.l -. ANN NIKK.
It. A IN. 'HKH1KR.
I hatraol.l ml lnlrr.l In lh.- rl.n-iii
, l,r.l, r '.,ri.iiv I.. Mr. i B. lal.n.aii.l r
lie liavliitf l.n-lii lo lraiiH..-l lll tin- colli
, .. "f-,";;.';-TK!L
Tli Ifli-lne-a lir.ofniwarrir-il on nil.1, r tl..
(km nam.-of Woman ami i.rilllii lia- N-rn .l.l
4 ti Moim ,s.
(The Old Harkey House,) Near the People's Bank.
A Clood Uoardin; House for transient and retular boarders.
Good Tabic and Comfortable Ifcds.
MEALS AT ANY TIME.
' $1.00 per day - $4.00 per week.
MRS. W. V. TUCKER, Proprietor,
TAFavette Street. MONROE, N. 0.
FOR SPRING WEAR!
A new lot just received of:
Brooches, at 25 cts.
Wnist Sols, Necklaces, Lockets, Cuff
Rut 1 tms, etc. A ' lot of Watches,
Chains, Rinu;s, I'lc, just, in at the very
W. E. LINRBAGK,
Monroe, N. 0.
The best Typewriter on the
market. You can par mora
but you cannot (et a better Ir
one. Its work li always la V If
m a i
lull view of tbe operator; f y
.... . . . f f
it ia simple In construction; ana nas aiooa me rest lor many year, a
nrnvine its durability. The alienment ia alwayi perfect, and the price I - 1
is $75 oo to all. For sale by the Monroe Hardware Co., or any of T
the offi;ts of - CUTTER-TOWER CO.. Boston, Mass. J
Southern Branch tie Jeniler Building, Washington, V. K. T
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