O , THtTPD A "V" .T A -rvrr-r-r a -r- I 7 JTT . !L- , i -
iye Hn in tin- r-.:r( i.-n.'-r iu-
o.li.-r. Ji..j siring a vj.-.4.;.-il.
fir.: i-i't-rtiiftJ, cent thereafter,
jii-j l:iy :i1j per ool n per year.
' LOCAL GLEANINGS.
i:i i r. wf. i.on't it i; v. a k . J '1 ie Chameleon ( Jul, win jve an
u Hulj-. ription will be. taken unless J "y-ter supper at the Kale Hotel in
f '.r in fwlvaiM-o. ! Friday night.
I r,(. c. ist-t 'r lin for nil obituaries. I ,
' 1 ' ' .1 1 W f IT X 1 1 ...... ,
I,M-t t.ike the priiM-r out of the po! ' .V. " :ia "I""" 11 1,r ' "'
t - y 1 1 intend to i.".y for it.
v.. ii 'nii'lsto.-.' ;i n ioinci'u,en'. - uvh-
! .!,,.,! uylfs.s paid for in advar.ee. J 1 " J'-' "i o! Ot:;e. is p-. p.vr d
notices le cents j.t-r line lor pnuinifr in ine Le: t oi
tyj-aiil as h -ai a-i ilrt class work
can be done anywhere. Che us a trial.
Mr. I.e.- ;. Mo k, ,,f Salisbury, bus
moved to Marion and will er.-ae in
the wholesale whiskey bu-ines, hav
ing rented the . Morgan 1u.uk- mnr tl.c
Southern depot. .Mr. Mock is a sub
stantial business liian and will be a
valuable addition to the town.
SIP'K.S 's our Sjeria!ty ti.is feason Givi
us a call, McCali. k Comet.
Mr. Jiaker, a brick manufacturer,
of StatemlY, i- in town and has Hosed
a 'rade with a number of our bu-iness
men to furnish enough brick for the
erection of at least fourteen store
rooms, lie w ill move machinery here
at once for the manufacture of ti.e
brick at this point.
Vr.J. i:. Burleson, of .'-pnn e I'ine, a
big mic-a ilea Irr, l,.i, returned from a
trip to Chicago and other etern
v. T. J-I'orr" ' n Henrietta this
V.h. Nenl.of r.l.u k'btirg, was in town
,!. J no. Morphew left Tuesday lor
vjrs. I, I,. M-K-iy is viiting at Vein
Maj. Sam ;r'en, of fihe'.by, as in
!.,. popular game among the boj s
-ir. t.n'u'n V.V!, of -.pru,.t. j.jj,
v.i- in town 1 1 K -t-t k, r-ti.r;i:!!t7:it!iu;
f...:i, Virginia, where ': p:l, ,,u
a i.ii-uic.s trip, "r. Hood av'i2t
tb.-pork n:r.rket ha struc'; hott.
only bringing li eer.ts per pr,ui:d.
,,,v j, ' -Pedro."
Mr. . V. Weeks
md family have
,,, ,. d to Khelby.
Mis; M:dtie;ilkey is vi-iting friends
hm. Vi l.itiest C;ardins.
!.,!. Dy;art left last Friday for Davis'
M iiiutrv Scb'.ol, at Winsto.i.
Sarelda ;od has feone to visit
!.. r j.i'.rcnts at ileii Alpiri' .
( .,.)!. P.. ( '. i:iden, of Vein Mountain,
in town thi ; week.
Wlnt about having water work?
Are we waiting for another fire?
Mr. J v. Gilkey left Tuesday for
I.oui- i!!'-- Ky., on a business trip.
M--r . -'no. and Sam Yancey, of
1V tl-iwn spent Sunday in town-
S.-iiior Pritcbnrd pnsed through
'Marion Monday enroute t o P.akigb.
Mr. Tom Finley, who has been very
si, k with typhoid fever, is improving.
Tin- man with the monkey and bag
pijKj d.-ligbte.l the "Mnr.ll boy" of the
Mr I.ee Williams, of (ireenb-e, killed
a pig is montln old lat-t week that
weighed io' pounds.
; ;rs. .J no- 15. Newton left last week
lor Knoxville, where she will make her
home for a few month-.
Mrs. ;. (. F.afs is visiting ler
laughter, Mrs. J. W. Streetman, at
ll.'isdersom ille, this week.
Kev. M. I,. Kaylorwill lill Rev. T
.1. Ko-rers apjiointments next Sunday
id r.ridgcwaU r and lry Poml.
Mr. has. ( ampbell, of Te?ines-e',
is wor-ing ns night operator in place
. f Mr. Cha King at tliis place.
I'll.- weatlur laving gotten better
lie wmkinlbe new brick of Mr. P.lan
toii. ami other buildiru-,, was reniiied
Vr. '.'. Vel urry is unatue to aitenii i
t . his duties a pst master this week, j
Deputv t l.-r'i .1. i. Crant has charge j
of I lie oiiii-e. j
n last Friday ni-l.t, the barn of
Mr. W .('. N.-wland, :f F.-noir, was;
d.-Mr.iyed by lire, says the Tojue. lie
l. st hi horse, one cow. and ! buslu'Is
of corn. His los was rld.
Mr. Moody, of F.Ik Park, who had a
i'.ue hore burned in the ruerit lire
;' !.-. was in town Saturday, and con
gratulates himself upon getting his
sad.:!.' again, after seeing the evil work
did by the flamr.s.
Mr. .la--, lvllinger. of Hickory, has
moved to Marion and will engage in
t bo mercantile business as soon- as a
room ran be lilted up for him.
Ivilingcr is a voting man. full
Ical2i of Joe .'vl:uid.
Mr. Joseph New-land, eon of Mr. 1!.
A. Newland, died last Friday at 2 p. m.,
at his room in t lie Eagle Hotel. The
Inderal took p'aee on Saturday after
noon, the funeral services being eon
ducted by Rev T.J. Rogers. Joe New
land had many friends who mourn his
untimely death and sympa;!.i? with
the bereaved family. lie w.n -.in on
March fit It IsTO. A large concourse of
friends attended the funeral. The pall
bearers were Messrs Jas. Morris, J. V.
Morphew. J. i. Nichols, I,. L. McKay,
J. II. Atkin arJ W ill Martin
A e-h;! fr,,m K-;oxvi!lo. T.-nii..
:iys tlsat .Iii:.i.-s.. GillonwuttT s!i.t
en 1 kilkd tan r.:clir::ii, v.nu: Jjc.fs
it F.-rk Kiug.-, in Claiborne ooun
ty. Coflinm and Gilicnv:at r
w'.-ve enanion-il with Ih ; same wo
man and Cochran forbad? (lillt.-!!-..at(
r pjino; with --. Last niht
f-Iio. and Gillenwatcr were togelin.r
a nd wli.cn Cochran heard of it he
was thoroughly nrag 'd. JJc w...t
to t!ie house, battered down the
door, and when aljoit to enter
Ci lien water gave him bth barrels
of a double-barreled thotjgun. Coch
rau fell dead.
;:; iun us oiit oi' the old slam!, but. we are now
fitted up in the flyams Store House, next
j door to the Baptist Church witli a larg
Bring us all your produc .
Mr CALL & COXLIJV.
f ?! lTaSka COlltice of the patron-
that I have received from tlic people of
tms eummunity . Thanking you for the liber
al favors tepast, I am very truly yours.
IMeavo nivo mo
nt for a i:otd
My olfice i at th old Crai
"Many stubborn and aggravating ras
es of rheumatism that were believed to
be inei rable and accepted as life lega
cies, hnve yielded to Chamberlain's Tain
lialm, much to the surprise and grati
fication of the suffereM. One applica
tion will relieve the pain and sullering
and its continued use insures an elfec
tual cure. For sale by Morphew A
The ?Ioi'i-!ie wf 'raw ford Con
J. F. Morphew gave notice some time
ago that he would content the seat in
the legislature of our member, Lee It
Crawford. W. M. Jame was appointed
a commissioner to take depositions of
witnesses, and the rase is beinj:
heard this week. Col. Sinclair rep
resents Mr Cravford and Mr. II. A.
Newland represents Mr. Morphew
The follow i ng are .imong t he wit net sc.-:
Messrs. Win Sweene--, Joe l'atten.'W
b Fortune, bee Morris. VT. M. Craig,
J. b. C. llird. Sheriff Caruin, J. C.
I!nivii,(c. Holland Ceo. Amis, John
Kellcy, C. I), bilk tt, and M. F. Jaymes.
VK IIAVIC a few .Vr. kint...-!.rs U-.t
Tliich we ::re closing out nt r: ui;ii kab' v
low piKt S. Ml 0I.I. A- I'uM.EV.
the nii'.!.-t of ahno.st eternal snow.
This wa.s aceoinpli.shd by fikin
grafting; a so lee led cock and hen
with rabbit ekin, half an inch at a
tini". This process was painful,
but succeeded admirably. Ers;s of
the new breed well readily at '1.75
a dozen and are hatched out by
ordi :ary hen: , who invariably die
of fright ujioa perceiving the
strniigu appearaiif-u of -their offspring.
The experience or Mr. 1. I). Whit
ley, an influential and prominent cit
izen of Martindale, North Candina,
will no doubt be purused with intercl
by people in all parts of the ountry.
For years he has been subject to vio
lent attacks of iullammatoy rheuma
tism ; on the tirst of February he had
an attack, which settled in one of his
knees and caused almost unbearable
pain for two days. lie obtained a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Fain i;alm from
W. M. Houton fe Co., merchants at
Mecklinburg Cin , N. C. He w rites
that it gave almost immediate relief
and gives Chamberlain's Fain F.alm
the highast praise, and advises ali per
sons troubled with like afilietioiis to
use it and get relief. For sale by Mor
phew & White.
Labor ISiotsiu iSrooklyu. Mtm at Cost.
The greatest strike known fr We have oJV) j a'rj of men's, la
sonie time is engaged in by street dies' and children's, heavv slioes,
A Louisville, Ky., man, who
sayn he never drinks, tells of a far
mer who has nrodueed a breed of
fiir-beanng chickens, whicii s; ort r:ir ,'inl)U,.ved 111 li"ooklyn. J l:e ki naie at cos
in ice water and cackle briskly in t',,lloVv'11'" telegraphic report fn m I
vesterdav 3 Charlotte
will give the reader some idea if
tho e-xt'iit of it :
On Fulton street, very serious
trouble was threatened during the
day. A mob of nearly 1,000 strikers
and their sympathizers held that
neighborhood in terror for several
hours and only the timely arrival
of a detachment of police and cav
alry prevented bloodshed. At one
All persons indebted to me bv
note or account will please settle
J. S. DVSART.
Saved rroiu the Fire.
I have saved bedsteads, bureaus,
washstar.ds, chairs, springs, tables,
land safes. All who ;ire in need of
time a small riot was in progress such things can tind me at A. 15.
r""1-'' - '-'""l'' " uiiiiev o resntence
draw their revolvers. At the sight
me Kaieign correspomu-nt M Mna,i!(,i right and left, cenerallv
the Chiirlotte Dbvcrver gives the landing on some un'ortunato j-tri-
of the weajions the crowd scattered
rushing into the side ttreets, but
(piickly ieturning at a different
point. The tracks were piled up
with obstructions?. Near Patehen
avenuoa car w as stopped, owing to
obstructions on the track. The
strikers crowded about the. car and
asked the crew to join them. They
refused. The strikers th.cn jumped
upon the platform seized the men
by the necks and threw them to
the howling mob, w here they were
kicked and punched unmercifully.
About a dozen cars had, in the
meantime, come up and Ih.' police
on the platforms drew tin ir sticks
f hi ul leii upon the crowil. lnY
(Jeo. A. (sII.KF.Y
8top at the old Ilyanis store
house w ith your produce. We have
anything vou want.
-MeCal! & Conlev.
W. C. NF.W I.ASH
I.enoir, X. C.
m. a nkwi.i:
Lompany and solicit your patronage
Building, where I
Keep a good line of
Hardware. My stock
W ill be more oomplot
To merit your patronage by honesty and fair doling. I a,n
YOCl-S TIM I.Y.
I.kwis Madmx, ri:KsiDi:.vr.
I.. I. McboiD.Ci-iniEt.
WESTSB2ST CAROLINA STSTX:
s:3i:viLn:t .. :
is:s2b ate.x math: ii:i'osiSTouv.
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPl u$ $25 000-
Me have Special facilities fr hatidling the business of Merchant,
and others in Western Xorth Carolina. If you have no Uank accouat
or think of a change, we will I e g'a 1 to have you correspond with
tolb.wing mlormation as to what i )u ,rs K.;ui. tIio crowd retaliated
the fusion legislature will end will j v."ith stones and for a few minutes
not do, which is claimed to be of- ti., r,i,t :u but nn.l nl v lv bm-d
lighting the crowd wa-
MARION, - - - - N. C
Practice in the courts of the 10,
11, and 12th districts, and the .Su
preme court of X. C. and the V.
G.urts of Western District of
Tli i" i:A;Li: iI()Ti:b, under the
management of Capt. Norton is grow
mg in popularity. No better place in
the south to spend the vnntcr or sum
mer. rt:- for rah ?.
Rev. Rat'-hford preac'c.cd a ery in
tercstingscrmo!! last .Sunday.
Some of our neighbors are trying to
get a new road (or we unders .n.l have
i nt in a pet il ion t o t he commissioners)
between Mrs. Hriiv.nsand '.'!'. RiliottF.
I There is no jury of men that would lay
oil' a road in such a place; wher-j it is
i not needed, and as it is very cciuen-
it-Kt t go around where there is a very
! good road. It seeu-.s .t hat some of the
people in this vicinity got to "kicking"
1 and I bey ju.-t keep on without any
! cause whatever. We don't know what
i is t tie matter, unless it is that one of
i the committee didn't furnish every-
licnu: lne suoennteiulcnts 1
insane asylums will not bo remo
ved; the railroad commission w ill
be abolished and recreated; the
University appropriation will not
be interfered with : the State (uiard
appropriation be ivpeali-d ;
the Iiureau of labor statistics will
be co solidated with the agricul
tural department and the Agri-
WlU be eaiir.-'y
all t!u t:f.sirio!j?
; tec jR-i'ii l.
'J here is good reason for the popu ar
ity of Clianibirlain's Cough Uemedy.
Iavis A: Ruzard, of Wet M'onterey,
( larioti county, l'a., say : 'It ha.; cured,
j eot.le that our phj sb-ians could do
nothing for. We jiersuaded tliem to
try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and they now recommend it.
v. -'i.h th;' r-.t uf us :' i'5 and r0 cent b( t
i ei ici- si-J" by M.-rphew c Wliite,
.i . . . 1 . irlvn "ill
'-' :U1" llH thing and build t he public school house
like hi... a hearty welcome. f f he pa,rons a know
In publidiingthearrivalofstran-ers ; thaf C T Ll iott was th? OIU. v.i;0
ii Varlon the Record neglecli-d to jnisi)tMi the w ork of the house, losing
mention the fact that a young gentle- ahout throo weeks in all. and charging:
n an bad arrive.! at the home i f M ' i nut i,in;r for his time and work
V. hl. Kurgin, and rot wit branding 1 .... ' , wa5oar completion
the committeeinen met and agreed
i'Aa ; tii'i el ;-' iv f o!" lii l
North Carolina raiio:iti
ded thrt the j..gislatr.i.
theliovernor will maki
pointments and fusumists wiil i
i;-:!..: A. '
Washington. J.tnJ. - After ix days
consu'.erat io-i, Mr. Ho'inan succeeded
to-day in getting the Indian appropri
ation bill for the jear ending June
IS'.m;', through the Houye.
The House bill authorizing the ap-
3 5 fcGOETE
.i:ailv j i n !
AM) A YC.ill'.S iiUnSCKII
'o ii lare 10 t ag? illustrated monthly
n:ig :'.'.! t'-r OLY Zr) i.KMV. This i a
niL.-:t .ibi-iai . II't jis I'ou.'i lu.id Toji'e.-F, t lie
i.i.i ;;:z. in- r-lV rr-'ii to. is a iiinliM'biss papi-t,
i t-j.l-ti- w i'.li stiri-s ct bivc, uivtrituh-,
ti.-.Vi'l and short ihteosi'iig ami inMiiio
live bkt-ti Iks of fut sir.d i'.uu ; mid in llie
ibt i f 3.") novels ire such trmsiires as 'A
IJr.ive l owrti'i.l. by Iobe.t J.ouis Stevenson
A Uhirkbiniiirs " Paugliier. !v Ktia W.
In- is only a few days old. - a promi
infut individual in the household.
The Cnitcd States Court of Claims
ii Mead of giving a new trial in the
c:e of I.. I.. McKay of our town gave
within themselves to sell the old rub
bish for what it would bring. One r.f
the committee, C. T. Elliott, bought it
from the two. S. M. Roteet and Harvey
judgment for Slot ,.V2'..73 on .January ; Odoni.
If McKay aeeei'ts the amount j Some unknown sc.im; we- t to Mr. C'
within ten days. W congratulate Mr. T. Elliott's "betwee,. ' o lights" and
M. Kav on his success in obtaining stole about Sou feet of Uimber. in ti e
shape of a work bench which he bought
I among the old rubbill of t lie old school
1 house This is not the first time that
a.i i he ?;ti:.e
l.iilit, rora ntic.
Vr. MeNaughton, wire of J. (J
Xniiiihton. Ks.p. died at her home Mon
day evening. She has been a great
Millerer for many months, having fal
len a victim to that terrible malady,
eonsiireption. She was a daughter of
Mr J.-uncH Scott, of Yancey county.
Sh. U:;,s two small children. The
f it eral occurred Wedresday.
J'itn-; in-'tii. moit K;i-iti story by
!. 1. rt'.-lo'; A CiUb-d .-it. mid Between frm : C's depot
i ui) s ii - lie :i ii or iomi i i;o hc:
Iiointment of cadets at Anna;" lis by j Tl,t. Tlll, tyt'.ie (.( j ui r .i.cr.
Represent at ives in ollgros whoM' dis- j il uii Con : add the .Monreiieuif- Trae
tricts now are not represented there. !d'. "'Oiher si-iiiaiional. by .Mrs. Jai.c C.
was take, up. ' ! ;VH A ''w J
1 i his. UeOeeca II. Ibtvis; Wall J b.wetP, by
' Mr Crawford, Democrat, r.f North j ,,,e )()MIlir Vnri.m Ibirhrd. and tl.e great
Candina, m ved an aim ndiiient f o as to ; stcry (luiit. or Not ;ui:ty, by Anviuda M.
authorize the annointment of a cadet ' I'o.'.a?. Spate foi bi 1? Mvutioidhg tho
... ....... i.. . in i i. . i oilier iiovc-!.-:. bi-t t be v
1 . I h gii j:ra !e, rt.ii:i!ar.
tusu ici orierriiory us noi repi eseni- i,,i, v Hiterebtiiii' siorie--.
ed at the Academy by a bona tide resi- i The 35 n npls and . h- cirrtnt isstje of
iH-nt of the district. ' I'01 'l";d Tojies will be Kt-ntjnu the day
i i , ... . ! von.- opb-r is rtceived This d". sr.pplv
1 t.r thisaniendnient a ubtitute was ! . , . , 11 -
m si wuli a s s.-o:i s rcai. lag ior a n;eie
proposed by Mr. Routelle, Republican, ;0,,?; an 1 will in apprciiiteJ y ail in
of Maine, to distribute the anm-int-: ie iinus .lio'd. St rd a: o ice 3'i cents '.a
mentsto those di-tnets where theeadet ! lbc iiolw Topic I'ib. o., 1j. 0. livx As apent for Others 1 have a list of
wasnota resident at the t me of aP- 1 vrk N X LARGE AND SiViALL FARMS
rointme-tt. It waagr. e 1 to.
Mr. Savers cal ed up the conference Iiiui:i!i ssioi s polic e. one of whicli 11 t!;e Celebrated
IT:iviiii i-i.r.i;:e i us a lt'.Mi. :?t rtor of
lat oi McDowell if?. .1 . 1 - -1
things have been meddled w:th that J an(J the ,0 fr.V h ivip; C!r.in.s agnir.ft the estnte of 1 11 !S8!8
ttuini Deiongio ouierieopie "niami i ..vMi,,. ii,,.,, . t!.-mdeid
4 ACRES FIHr.sT fROPjiRTY in
Marion for resivienei s. Tlirce room
cottage, stable, fruit trees, grape
vines, (-xcellent well of water, etc.
Tliis is a hish and beatitiful 'oca
tion, ami on a good .-treet. Will
go at a bargain in one lot or wiil
sub-divide to suit piirh;.ser.
10 ACRE TRACT one-fourth mile
G'od water, and
land lays well. Will divide or sell
in a Lt.
ONE BLOCK LOTS- 1 mile- from
courthouse containing small houec
for sale cheap.
SUBURBAN LOTS. I h some
beautiful lots br $0 to each.
5 ACRE TRAG I S Ten of theso
jusl close enough for good market
or poultry farms.
Have opened their CJrocerv Store in the
Southern end of the FlenireingHotc, tvhero
they arc prepared to furnish the public with
everything in the Urocery Line.
We will also have our Livery Stable
equipped with good horses andvehbej i
few days. licspectfuy
A. B. GILKEY & SOn
i .ir. .-er eai en oi i re? come: eiico
report on the urgent delo-ieiii-y bill.j
The Senate is recoininended to recede ! lltniy JoI.r.5..n. c.?v
from its amendment to the income tax coui.'y. N. C , tl.U is 10 notify all persons
r;.,.n ivitlc w.. 11 lii hi lli. snl'es n!.!i-e '
1 . . ' 1 meets
to have Mich dirty sneaks, ami a main
that will do a trick like the above is
f'arlton (ornwell. foreman of the
"aette, Middletown, X. d . believes ; qxj the key turned
that Chamberlain's Couch Remedy j if some people wowld talk less and
fhntiM be in every home. He used it , Work more much ood could be acoom
! r - cold ai d it 1 'Jcv ted a speedy cure. pH.-hed. but as in nio-t communities
lb- Hy : -It is iti Iced a jrrar.d K-medy, we i,aVe otir sca dal mo jrers and b:u k
lean recommend it to all. I have also i.i. ers lio -ein to delight in the down
"ti it used for wtioopinj? couch, with fan t)f other. Let us work, guard our
the brt results." 2." and ee!it bottles j,pS a;ui watch that the evil i ne det s
for isle by Morphew A White, Irug- ! no. gf jn coiriplrte power over us.
l'he amendment was a creed tc.
On behalf of Chairman Wil.-. n, w ho
. wns 11 n.-i voi.bi h v .-ltisciit Ir McMillin
dangerous to run at large. Why. sim- , lir,,sonted tJ,e rort of the cmiliitt.,.
ply because he is liable to pick up a f on ways :ind n , .. hS? recominendinc the
corn crib or smoke house and wa k off ; passa?e cf tiJe bill to repeal the pn.vi.--with
it. So it would be advisable for j jn of tlio t ritr law impoin? an ad.ii
the Rood people of this community to I tionaI dutv of 1-10 of a cent a pound
upon eucar imported from a country
0:1 r ief re th? 4 1 Ii i!ay of J iraiar--, A .
'.'t. i t tiii no ic? will bi ;;'i ia 1 ar
tii: ir recovery. This .bimnry 4 1I1 I
M. F. V.Tjditw.
A bill Was jas
I". : : lit'tv-1.'
All per.--ns iudebt-d to W. P.
ilhiuto unn i- .:.:eand s?.-:-
whicli rays an ex;?rt bounty on that j t!o. also persons running account?
must s-rttle, ami no more can be
put on the looks, as the estate
mu-t I n i-h-s-d. IVi-s r du-nion in
a'i 'in - n;.-rc!i:ii.d: Call -:ulv
and suvo fur:! r trouble.
t:an:a w.-ekivij. N::al and W. M. JIlaxton.
ed authorizinc the es.
a Nat'"tial Military
:irsr. I 'a., and r.t ;:r"p--i-
aiins- i7",eo.i tlierenr.
Tt:i: Rf.coi.i ai.d
on the ljak Tcvilie roail, 1:1 Alitcn- j
e!l co:-i:ttv. ne.ir thr top of the I'.lue j
Ilidge. This place contain.- oO"j
acres, w ill produce :) ton- of h y
and all kinds of cruin and v-getjf-)v
in ai'Uiuh'.i.cv. It is 1 miles'
fr-m Marion. It is al "ndnntly :
watered and ti d:er. d. It is on1,
surveyed line of the 3 C" road.
A lare hedy of this, land i level j
For sale on ea-y terms. j
Call on or addr.-s, j
F ALL KINDS.
1 lr.ivc ;i full assortment of all kinds of hardware, inclu
ding Builders- supjliYs, such as nails loc.vs and hhie
also, paint, oil and wliite lead, i have a (incline of Gun
both breach and muzzle loadeis, fr(m$2 5 Ch';k$l 000.
tovs of all prices and kind, incliidirit: the celebrated Xetr Patron
Co' k Stove. Heating stoves of nil kinds and price.
I also do all kinds of T n Roofing and (lutter.'n.
I-nuinV r I soli a ii;oi xe for M) cent; a 'o i Mattock for fX) cts.
I wili fell vou nail at the vrry low price of 1 .SO p r ki-g, factory
price. Mail orders will reeeive my x ronal and prompt attention.
Wit --'lit year x)erince in the hardv.are htiirj&KB, 1 think I tm
i.rei. r-i to Viv vou vxl in rnv lino i.t thver lowt price possible
1 1 " e " Kepectfully(
Morganton, N. C.
Rrr. , Cons itntion one year for?!.4f).