t4sCaU & Conley
tWtid iVth?ir rrmny frierda
A HAPPY WEW YEAR GREETING !
We take .!. .lt.,,r.- in announcing
our inorca-cd i.h i ;U t Mrveyou.
Bring us ALL YOITU I I'.ODl'ch
Andgt fjoods chv , -,- r.ny.
where el, in T v.'.,.
An attractive and elegant line of
Taney arid Toilet Articles, alo
TROPICAL FRUITS, and a lull lino
DRUGS AND MEDiCiStS,
nt .11. f. 3ioi:riu-:w3.
ZVL-XON, 1ST. G, FRIDAY, MABCH S3 1894
Items of .More or Less luiport
UU(c I'ointrtlly Iiinted
For ltcord Header.
The "Be-volution" indisposed.
U.-v. W. H. White was in OM Fort
L-'T. J. f i ibl.w of Iiriilgewater is in
yv,n this wck.
ir. '.'. Smith, of Ashcvillf, whs
in town Monday.
Mr. i. W. Craw lord wont over to
Mr. W. II. Raiisciir, of Shelby.
v,mh h-r- this wt'i'K.
Mi-" Fanni" ( ln k, returned yester
day to fire-m-boro.
The number of arrivals at th
Kagle Hotel during the month of
March an- 108.
Mr. J. L. Morgan went over to
Abbeville last week.
Mi Keh -a (Jardin was viniting
friends h-re this week.
I..I. Carter ami w ife. of Kuther-on,-jnt
M:nler Jom-jiIi. F. Johnson paid
t.vr office a visit this week.
.T-ir-i. H II. Hemphill visited his par
ents in Burke eonnly tliis week.
'I first lei I in e of I he .-eason was
b-ought to town by V. T. Springs.
We -a J I attention to the "ad." of
:V.' F.agle Hotel in another column.
Mrs. .In... I'.laloch, of Old Fort,
vi-.itin friends in town this week.
It. 1. I.ovelaef, we are tjlad to
note, is able to he on the .street again-
- ; us Martin killed seven wild
luks on (he Cataw ba river lat week.
Mrs. L. ('. Neal and K. J. Justice
wire in New port, Ten n., last week on
Messrs. W. A. F.lholt, J. I.. Oilkey
and Ab. Wanton went to Old Fort
The number of arrivals at th"
Hotel IcN ichohis only number two
I his w eek.
The arrivals nt the Fleming Hotel
during the month of March, to date,
Superintendent Tripp, Samuel
Hunt and other 3 C.'s otlicials were
here las- week.
If you want to rent or buy a resi
dence call at J. O. Oram's ollice, No.
! Main street.
Mr II. Simmons, of Ashcville
a toin.cr citizen (if t hi county, is vis
it iiiff iclat i lu re.
.Mr J. II. Scagle purchased of Kcg-i-u
r Kcown this week license to marry
I 'era I.ce I'uckett.
Mr. and Mn. Oco Carson and Mrs.
W. i -on ley were visiting relatives
in the city this Week.
The bridge over Cataw ba river is
Mill standing, ami so is your subscrip
tion for the last year.
W. II. Ilobbitt left Monday on a
tour through l&urkc county for W.
Mcl. Iturgin, Peputy Collector.
KeV.O. W. l'helpps w ill preach in
the F.piscopal chinch to-day at 11
o'clock and at 7 ::m o'clock at night.
Ir. M or phew will open hi soda
fountain to the public on or about the
1st ir April, the weather permitting.
Our Foreman. W. H. Cheek, who
for the paM t wo weeks has liecn sick, j
we r.re glad to say is at his post again-
The third story of the F.agle Hotel
i- i-.enriug completion, and will soon
be ready for the reception of summer
The F.ditor is this week attending
court at Moriranton. therefore we Lope
our leaders will look over all short
W. T. Imdis has opened a cabi
net maker's shop in the old shop for
merly occupied by John Burrows,
hear the depot.
Mcssr. T. J. Sinclair, M. A. New
laml, J. F. Morphew and K. J. Justice
were in Morganton this week attend
ing Burke court.
W. 1. Springs, proprietor of the
F.agle bar, had a package of whiskey
ecucd by the Tillman spies last week
at Yorkville, S. C.
The ;i C.'s railroad is going dow n
bill every day (except Sunday). It
has to do this in order to get t Charles
ton and other points south.
The Ladies' Aid Society gave a
Traveler's Tea at the Court House l.tr-t
night. The entertainment was largely
attended and highly enjoyed.
Sum Creswan, of Arm -Strong, is
in tow ii this week. Sain says that the
indications point to a large ami early
stock of ratt le snakes this year.
--- It seems from recent occurrences
that when the officers of our town can
not have a racket any other way they
will get one up among themselves.
Kev. M. L. Kaylor will Till the pul
pit of Mr. liodgerx at the Methodist
church in this place next Sunday, and
Mr. Rogers will preach at r.ridgewater.
Money has been raised by the
members of the F.aptist church to car
pel the aisles, al-o t buy a new chan
delier, and to generally clean up the
Cha ii i Klli irt is s'i!rLrin from a
s evere attack of still' neck. He says it
was caused by I). J. Ktley giving him
a ten cent cigar, and he threw his head
too far back.
The families of V. T Springs and
Thos. Martin, visited Mr. I. A Kanipe,
family and fish pond, and report the
catching of no suckers, but lassoed 12
Messrs. K. II. Bennett, J. C. Mc
Curry, l. H. Cardin alid J.O. Nichols
went to Iluck Creek this week on a
lishing trip, and succeeded in catching
about twenty speckled trout.
The firm of I. J, Ktley & Co. will
suspend their bar in Marion on April
1st, They say there is not enough
money here to hold them, and thank
the people for the patronage received
People are poin. all over the
world to visit fprinrs of various kinds
of waters, but Springs of the F.agle
b?r, can supply those in search of the
"O, be joyful" kind with i quality that
Since the survey made by the C,
C. & C. road the trains have been about
three years late at Spruce Pine. Mitch
ell county, X. C, but there being no
connection to be made, the passengers
were put to no inconvenience.
Kx-Sheriff J. C Neal last week
bought a hog and turned him loose in
his lot, and it seems as though the cli
mate did not agree w ith him, and he
laid down and died plum dead and
at last accounts was still dead.
If a man was to get drunk or lost
during thu night and happen to fall
into J. (1. (J rant's llower pit and wake
up in the morning, it would take very
strong witnesses to convince him that
he was not in the land of flowers.
There uasan interesting debate at
Providence last Saturday night, by
John Pool ami John F. Morphew, the
subject of the discu.-ion was: Iiesolvd
that nature is a stronger evidence of a
Supreme neing than the llihif; it was
said to have been ably discussed.
loni Dale says that some one
stepped on ami broke the handle of one
of Mr. Atkin's shovels, and he imme
diately applied Bird's Lightning Lini
ment, and White Lillj salve, and in the
course of twentv-foiir hours it was
healed up, and was as good as new
Mr. J. It. Carson is making quite
a reputation as a trapper. On last Fri
day night he displayed some of the
Cow ISoy's tact by Inssoeing the terror
long known to the inhabitants of Ituck
Creek. It was a wild cat of an unus
uh! size. Mr. Carson during the cap
turing thought that the Custer mas
sacre was nowhore.
If a man breaks the Sabbath
there is something said about it, but a
Shanghai, Ounghill or liaiitom haa, as
he thinks, a right every Sunday morn
ing about 4 o'clock tu break day, but
friend Copenning the other morning
retarded one of the bravest efforts a
chicken ever made to bring day light
about two hours sooner than prescribed
in Ayer's or anybody else's almanac.
Mr. J no. li. Xewton arrived here
Wednesday via New Orleans from Cal
amar, Republic of Columbia, South
America, at which place he has been
employed f r the past eight or ten
months as civil engineer on a road be
tween Cartagena and Calamar. He
tell some intere.d nig things concern
ing that country.
The liighfst riding known in
this part of tho moral vineyard
was don; when our esteemed con
temporary mounted Jupiter ami
rod to the country to spend a few
days. It wa.-i said in heathen my
thology that when Jupiter frowned
the earth quaked and tiembled.
We did not notice anvtliinr of th,.
kind, but wo did observe that when '
YOU'D BETTER KEEP POSTED.
Tlie Record TelU Who is Aliv.
Dead Jlen Can't Talk.
Live Ones Advertise.
ST Get Shirts and Shoes at McCall
A good Texas Cow boy Saddle for sale
cheap, a ply at this oOice.
The Record and Atlanta Weekly
nis master spurred Jupiter jumped Constitution one year for $1.10.
ana rattled oil in a camp meeting
Mr. Will McCall, of Marion, U
at home for a short visit. We are
gruuJ vtiiUren in pnct'j.U- uf lionrsty and
right, a f.r me li:u my Ut end cuinr
1 Wilb to owe no one. uiol do thinl. timi
Lew is Maddux, Phesidk.nt.
M. Wa.-hbvhm, S.
ShVaVS irlau to see W iIIih. ' "oulu ' very many to owo nu-.uii
Mfas .Sallie Jarrett in spending MU,ej B"' fu b tfllrr thin'iLcy
some time at .Marion, at .Mr. .Iik "" " lu f"1-
Mr. James Avery and family, of
Gardin City, are visiting relatives
here thi week.
Mr. Harrison Gibbs and wife,
Published by rq ie.t.
Dear Sir: II, ing A rrat jMifterer unj j
citi7.cn of yonrconty, I felt a to be m duly ! CAPITAL $50,000
I t yon to publish the following: I hre
1 McLood, Cisaiik.
ASIIlIYILldE x. c
IKSKJATFI MATE DKrOSITOUV.
r.i Mi Tr.lliu ltrmrn l,u.lr tl,.. , . . A O 11.-1V S ri;il fn.lWI.vo f. t..wli:.,.. 1, :.t t 1 . .
V nice line of cassimers. ie.ms and , , , T 01 ine tiapiiat shBrcli iroio v " i neroBn.i
.. , , . . , leave ior iurKR count v last vreeK l
ladies dress goods, just received at,ull(iro fllt.v m, ;, -r .,',;: i w -u-ta w.th , and olhers ... vntern North Carolina, lfvoti have no Hank accou. t
- ' McCall & Con ley's , "r" t, i " j uoim, tuj utta treated fori
The poople of old times bolii-vd I J ' home, lo the newly married cou- game. I never saw :uiy i,iouj or h,-..rd lor think of a change, we will lie ilad to have vou correeiwnd w4tk u.
in signs and prophecies, but the
power of foretelling future events
een)s to have been lost in modern
times. However, there were some
predictions made recently by pome
knowing person or persons, that
were as accurately futhlled as any
made by the ancient prophets.
Only two weeks longer. J
Ilamp. Parks was fined $1 and
costs for striking a colored lady
m the iaco.
This w-ek we furnish our read
ers witli a supplement containing
the tariff sjieech of Congressman
Crawferd. which we think will be
found interesting and instructive.
The. representative of the Third
Party has deserted his post, joined
hands with Sent land, and gone to
the Highlands (with Scottie) fish-
Mr. (J. W. Crawford was m
Anheville this vc'k in consultation
with the "'unterrified" brethren of
his political creed.
J. Ci. (J rant has about twenty
five tine Coeheu China chickens
which In; will sell very low. Call
and see thfin.
The following list of wach-
being In 1 1 by I J. R. 13r.jokshif.-r
two to four years, will b! sold for
repairs unless called for within
thirty days from date: C, Darl
ton. Win. Lane, P. A. CosejT, (Jad
dvs, 8. A. Uowiiutn, (iibson. 11. II.
liallard, Cosby, Will Wells. Tom
Carson, Logan Jackson, James
Jamks 13. Swixdeix.
March 20, lim.
Go to Street man's drug store for pie who have just started on their
bn:ehes, combs, perfumery, toilet jroad of j"1 life, we extend
articles, pure drugs and patent uu , T',, nt Ttlc
medicines. yi jle) j8 visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Wasted: A partner villi five jV''in on.
hundred doTlara to invest in ai gfjod-i We are glad to have the acqui-
paying business. Apply at this sition of Mr. and Mrs. Lonon to
office for particulars. our circle, and hoe they may so
. ,. , 1 much admire our kittle -vallev,
Paints, oils, Hillside plows, well ... . .ir.,ri,M anitl
pumps, iron pipe, Piedmont wagons
and buggies at Jones'.
gjS Heavy Cassimere gold at any
price at McCall & Conley'.s.
Everything at cost for 30 days, we
want to make room for spring goods
try us, we mean just what we say;
All kinds of Springand Summer
dress goods at lowest prices at
Medd's Variety Store:
jQu Clothing aw ful cheap at McCall
A first-class New Home sewing
machine, equally as good as new,
for sale cheap, or exchange. Apply
..4 4i... r
Ul LIIU IIIA.UUKUIIITO. II.- -. ,1, ......
1 success and happiness in their new
.McCall & conley, nave just receiveu jlome
a line lot of Pants. Everybody go to
them for a pair spring pants. .
Remember that Tom Martin's
of the world, that they will make
their future permanent home with
us. They occupy the residence
and farm recently vacated by Mr.
J tunes Avery.
Mr. Clarence Mfc&all, after a
few months' stay with us, returns
again to Marion. We regret to
have him leave, for we always find
him pleasant. Clarence is a young
matt of whom any community
should feel proud to speak pious,
sober and energetic. Such-are tho
boys who make life a success.
Mr. Sauuial Prown, Jr., and
family, have recently moved to
Mitchell county. We regret to
lose them, and wish them much
The young people seem to be
lieve that though Cupid accom
plishes her work successfully, and
Restaurant is the best place to get ! has been the means of a number
a square meal when you come to of. their circle 'eing led to the
curt next week. RUv vour gr. .Ccr- Hymeneal altar. They may still,
ies from him. v , w ith the few that remain, parti-
-h:it.viii lh. ir rrvmaki'iirs. and
Q. McCall & Conley, are wiling ! !eiljoy a nvo'ly time, as they have
Goods awful cheap. haJ a numj)(.r cf sociables recent
ly, all of which seemed to be en
joyed to the tit most.
Mr. Collins, of Georgia, with his
linery line, ladies hats, bonnets, trim- j family, have recently moved to
Frank Gaines, colored, who has
been working for Mr..!. A. McDonald,
at the Eagle Hotel, has skipped for
parts unknovn, after getting three
dollars and fifty cents from Mr. Mc
Donald on an order supposed to have
been from Mr. W. W. Cooper.
Sometime ago Gaines bought a suit
of clothes from Mr. Cooper, and Mr.
Me Donald agreed to keep the money
out of Gaines' wages and pay it to Mr,
Cooper. On last Saturday Gaines
came to Mr. McDonald and asked for
what money was due him. Mr. Mc
Donald refused to give it to him, say
ing that there was not enough due
him to pay Mr. Cooper. Gaines insist
ed, saying that he had received a tele-
grain saying his father was very 5ick
ami that he had no money to go on
Mr. McDonald then told him if In
would bring an order from Mr. ooper
for the money that he would give it to
him. Gaines went oil', and in a .-hort
while came back w it h' the order from
Mr. Cooper. Mr. McDonald paid him
the amount. It was not discovered
that the order was forged until Gain
A bank in Marion.
Water works in Marion.
A Graded School in Marion.
A company to buy nnd complete the
A big crowd of summer visiters to 1
spend the coming summer in Marion
where fogs, lno.-uitos. mr.lin.i imM
exorbitant prices are unknown, and
good hotel accommodations are abun-
All subscribers who owe the Kr.ci;t
and do not intend to pay, to stop
And all who have any interest in the
county to come in and subscribe for
this paper, and pay in advance.
Our readers to buy goods from the
merchants who advertise. Merchants
ITIarioa a a S;ujihm-i- Resort.
Marion now has first-class hotel
facilities, and all who intend to
visit the mountains this summer
for health or pleasure, will find it
the most delightful place in West
ern North Carolina. Our hotel
men oifer most liberal rates to vis
itors, and furnish their tables w ith
ill the market affords. Stop here
when vou start to the mountain
and see if vou do not get more sat
isfaction for the mon -v than vou
'et anywhere else.
The scenery surrounding th
own is unsurpassed for grandeur.
e are within a short distance ol
many great and noted mountains in
the Appalachian chain, and have
roads leading in all directions, so
that the tourist can visit places of
The gigantic mountains, the
beautiful watercourses, the hunting
md fishing (speckled trout and
various kinds of game, being with
in a few hours ride), our delight
ful climate, superior water, first-
class hotels, railroads and hospita
ble people these and many other
inducements are oll'ered to those
who eek a home for summer or
w inter. It is cooler here in sum
mer than it is in Asheville. We
have no mosquitos, malaria, or
fogs. Consumptives should try this
climate if thev would avert the
perilous fogs which some resorts
Mrs. J. I'. Norton has just received
a new stock of elegant spring millin
ery, embracing everything in the mil
voices 'till tba third time, ubir.h commen
ced in Sepi, while in the hosp ital.
Those visionj auj oaiuri firt come in tbt
name of my urn child, fudirr in-U "
moilier-in law and sister iu.law, who are
ueaJ. Ii increased hourly until 1 uow re-'
ceue luo names .f morj ibitu one thuiisa-ni
nut !l At once, but nt Ji IT relit timet.
Those angel visious are of the best cliri
tuns I knew on earth. I have seen visions
of the Savior, speaking hU own uame each
day. I ha re heard the Almitby's own voice
spoken every hour. It may be probable that
i: my departed fiieudj wiio give imt His
bume. I think it mor-i probable that cne
great power does it al 1.
The cause is uukuown tome, I hear these
voices every mocent, unless I am asleep,
with a 1 1 his, I ha'ie been at home twelve
mouths doing my own work, tu; owo tra
ding, going t church with n good b.lia
vior as I ever did. I Drive n-y wagon and
tuniuge. w iih my ou family or alone.
Thi e&i-itemcul caused by this i liable
to take tny life at any moment. lieai -mbtr
this, iricnds, th.it I am a lover of Christian
ity. Z- S Hawkins.
Everybody that wants their walls
whitewashed this spring, must eall on
McCall & Conley, and get the finest
thing on eartl), the Plastico. All colors
Tinware, Glassware, Croekorv,
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap r.t Medd's Variety Store. .
Farmers, take your Eggs to McCall &
Conley, and get the cash.
For t he verv best clover seed, iro
to McCall & Conley. Only-' 1") -cents j sympathy.
our valley-, and occupy a portion
of Mr. W. A. MeCalPs larm.
Miss Nannie McCall. after a suc
cessful term of several months,
has closed her school. Sabbath
school recently organized is in fair
progress. Let us all make an earn
est effort and make it a grand
Died.5 On the morning of the
19th. infant daughter, Annie Lee,
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCall. To
j the bereaved family we extend our
This week's paper was nt the
h Tids of Messrs. Arthur Mirh..tr
AN ill W. Xeal .nd Tom De.ii. brou. hi w ho w ill not suuDort a home paper by
into exibtt-iae. Editor, reporter and
If the arrests made in the Mivor's
court ' ante up" for tne past week, the
Mayor's roflee pot is a hummer. Mayor
Morri always impartially a lministers
advertising will not be too liberal with
vou in business transactions.
The County Coimnisi-ioners to put
another story on the court house, to be
iwed for a public hall, and otherwise
improve the appearance of the old eye- j I never loved a tree or flower
dure structure. j But what 'twas first to fade away
Pi-parted this lift! on or about March 5th,
lrtJM, tlit- weakly Knolution. It bad been
sutltting, ".- noptiriousU" speak ir.g, as
s.i i -1 by u learned gtli'lemau of color, from
t crt-1 to iiial nieniiigetis.
Its most intimate irirmts Sav it wa
never a healthy child, and never grew so
laro but ill-it the proud bird of liberty
wIih Ii it uuro at i:s h ad could without
any exeni in curry oil" ihe whole tnisi-it-ss
far aay beyond the habitation of iu-ws-piiperisui.
The Kaglo has unfurle-l t!. is mortal
coil and joim-d the bird giug and gone to
pans unknown. One thitig we lo ktow,
that tne bird nr.J pper tolh ate gone, and
no towtls are datnpeued with tears '-y its i
iir url!;re. n ny our l-t5l peoph-. ii 'v:u i
j.rtit-t.-.l by i-eai t ut tin-,.- wsr .-. -:.c-mies
iL.it it wou'.d become vit--.:ia to I
t::e t:it.il -.iisoriier, nad swoon away sooner j
than i; did. Ttoy even limiit J i: abode
t,i- rih to two wek?. but it bore up
o.!-.ite auhiie under that f it.il disorder that
woulJ have m-tle many who were stroiis
er bite the du.-t.
Its bereaved friends h.ive our beiirtft It
sxmpatiiics in their affiirtion, e.-;)eii.i!: its
tear tela'.ives, who c ir.uct reaiic i3 i;id
death, ome tven claim that it is not
dt-ad, but slt-e-etb.'' but its chief mourner
is particularly bowed down and overcome
with grief. All his hopes wrre i-ertere-J
io this chibl. lie looked forward to t!:e
tiaie when it would become a rawer iii tiie
laud, but alas, ail Lis Uopos lire cru:a-.-d
'Twas ever thus from childhood s Lour,
I've seen my fondt-st hopes decay;
gjS" Oo to McCall & Con ley's for
cheap Tobacco, Nails, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Cartridges and all kinds of
J. fJ. rant :s doing an active
business in Jteal estate and Emigrant
T. A. White, the old and estab
lished wood workman can always
be found at his old stand, ready
to do any any all khids of wood
work, and do it cheap.
George A.Gilkey has a nice line
of Provision Safes, from 3 up.
Call on George A. Gilkey and
get a baby carriage.
I have just received a new lot
of oak cxtention tables, six fret
long, which I will sell very cheap
You can get any kinds and sizes
of window shades at George A.
Gilkey's furniture store.
All parties indebted to the firm of E.
J. Etley are hereby notified to come at
once and settle their accounts.
1). J. Eti.ev & Co.
The stock can be had cheap, other
wise it will be shipped to Louisville.
Martin 1'ros. have just received
a full and complete line of spring
and summer shirts, in variegated
Co to McCall A Conley's for all
your lry ;oods. They are the cheap
merchants in Marion.
North Cove, X. C, March 19.
If you want anything like a
handsome necktie Martin 15ros.
has the only nice display in town.
If they can't suit you you wil:
have to visit the Northern markets.
If you need anything in the no
tion line call on Martin Bros.
Go to A. 15. Gilkey & Son for
first class syrup "Sugar Drip"
at 40c per gallon; also Tally in
different Uavors, at 15c. jkt pound.
Fok Sai.f.: A G'.ud almost new
f iT l-'ire-poc-f Mife. in as j-rood coedi
iioii s tlw (In? it ws ij-uht. Terai-,
CaMi. Call on or aMres
1. J. Etley, Marion, X. C.
Editor Marion Recoui:-I have been
reading j our paper and several others, nnd
the all, alike, advocate reform, but it
stems to me that they brgin reform too far
I frot.1 borne. They all alike, begin at the
head of the me ft at Washington, but it
looks to me like that wi bad better begin
reform at home, and get our county gov
ernment right, and next to tha-t, get our
ftutc I tws riht, aud then onward and up
The law that conflicts most with us poor
laboring pt-ople, is the hoim suad law, that
ever has been worse than nothing, and has
bien educating our people to dishonesty
at;d it set uts to me that it is so arranged in
nature that wo l.ae to act for and wiih
each other, nnd the more we confide in
each othei it we me worthy of trust, tu
easier it is for us to get along financially. j
Almost ever piper I read has more or j
less 'mortgage sales advertised in them, i
and it is very probable that the. very last
c.-d'.'s worth of potoperty belonging to te
mortgager is to be sold. Now in such cases
I cannot ace for the life of me what gcod
the homestead law is tiding us when nine-
en t lis of the people can't get a cent's worto
ou time without wraping up double the
value iu mortgage. 1 do not favor repudia
tion, direct or indirect. I am in favor of
tue collection of honest debts under a plain
simple ftt'-ni of law (call it execution i'
you wish ) to the last dollar the debtor is
worth. I l.ave expected to rvad after meuof
brains toti bad honest purpose in this nut
ter, but 1 imagine my side of tliis piclur.
is so unpopular they are too cowar-Jly to
venture on it, but I ijiagine they all know
I am going to sptak out my opinion with
the best fte ings to al1, auu ailow cvvrj body
the 8iiit! p miw ge that I take foi myself
I only wish that our peopie may consider
for their bcS' interest, and furihertujre
ptofit by the riiitakes m.eie by their fath
rs this b ouk stead aflair," in my judgment
was one of the broadest mistakes, anil so
far ns I hav had txptriince, nevirknew
ua i.otiest rnun or uiu.n b-nifntid Vt;
it ha Urn the bar. oi il :!et d( Ug8
, sxf.r.p !lio jur p -'i:t; i. Stde oi my ac-
1 ;V'.:y, 1 !.. c l.nos r. aeu, t'.i it it they bad
j trijJ m u-tr-i to j-ay their ticl-ti us :hy did
I to keep from it, they vtoul l Lave been iu
Wiitteu for the Kkcoho.
''tSeorge Wathingtou first to the White
And next ou the list is Johu Adams
Tout JtflVrson then filled the honored
The name of Jcnus 1'adisou next we
'The (if h in succession was James
And John Quincey Adams the next
Tht u Andre-v Jackson was placed in te
Next we find llartiu Van Uuren there.'
Then Wm. II. Uaniaon was the choice
But died to make, room tor John Tyler
At the next election, by the way of a joke
The Dtmocrats elected James K. Polk
Then Zacnarjr Taylor was designated
To govern a peoule by victory elated(
But died in his office, us did Harrison ol
And was happily succeeded by Millard
Now, next Franklin Pierce, the distinction
He was born in New Hampshire in
eighteen and four.
It was in this contest the ''Haas" first
11 ut nothing in history, fiom them is j
''The fifteenth name was James Ducbanan
Who. for Abraham Lincoln, prepared
Who's martydoin gave Andiew Johnson
The eighteenth nsme was Ulysses S.
4Bv means of various and aunrtry ways
The nineteen tt nue was It. 15. IIa)S
Then James A. Ga. titld took the chair of
Hut was soon' removed by the band Of
-Then Chester A; Ailbur filled the term
I5ut of the party in power, the people
So they chose Urover Cleveland to serve I
in his stead,
To 'turn out the rascals," and likewise
For four long years be honored hs trust(
I5y serving the people in a way that
Our so::tU land rrjoiccd and gladly they
The praise of Grover, wlu beat Jimmie
Then Benjumin Harrison was chosen, a
ptrt little chap,
He had nothing to recommend him
'ct-pt hi. grandfather's bat.
Which only was worn a month as jou
By the vt-nriable president ofyearsago.
The people got tired, and 15cnjims.ii
So Grover was aain put back in the
II 1.0 TM
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-!
I take this method of informing you that I hnve just openwd lbj
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARMING
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WAGONS,
Ever brought to Marion.
COOKIXr: ami Hi: tUX. STOVES, Good and Chm !
Doors, Sash aud Blinds, Glass, Paints, Oii(
Paint Kriislics, AaiN, IIor.no .S'horM Ac.
at wholesale prices to country merchants. I koejt on hand ft iii7ply
Foit PALE. Two good milk bell circumstatces to-day than they
eov. Call ti J. S. Klliott.
Kodak Headache Cure, ten eentr
y -r paekago, at Morphew 's.
All kinds of garden seed at W. McD.
The largest line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
tEL. Got your I lover seed. Onions
j and CoU'ee from McCall & Conley.
i Clothing. Hats, hor?, Siftvr,
: Bucket.-. Baskets and pictures
cheat at Medd's Varic'v Stove.
gj" Buy your Plow from McCall
& Conley, they have the South Bend
and Avery plows.
thev would b:ive had a good reputation at
lea-t I Lave had twenty jars exjerictice
under tiie oM encuiiun !.iw, and twenty
years erperie- re under homestead devil
ment, aud the people under tl.e old system
wns 100 per cent better oT than they are
now. This de.es:a':,!e i.o:iiretead curse
moi'Jy concerus us !nt:oc'-l;ani'.e fellows
a'trove-a':! other bd law. i". wjs io my opin-
iioa a tcwarJ ourrta rascauiy in r.s
! . . . . . ,
ons;m, a curse tual was !ro gu; on us cj
our legislators and voters, a crime ol the
(etp'.t and by the people, which has long
much brought on its own punishment.
As far bi it concerns me individually, I
ai-k nutinn?, expect nothing acd ouiy wish
a change for posteritys sake. My highrst
arubi;i"u is to educi'.e my u.'. ir3 aui
TO WHOM IT MAY CO.nC'ERV.
Know all n-cn, th". V. A'. Insart ar.d
J b Tysar:, hert'oToi doing l.uiness at
p.rii-e.'S a-idcr ilie firm naiiw t-f V. V.
litsiitt i Co., at Ljsrisvilie,in McDowell
County in NottJ Carolina, bivethis day
dissolved their buiuess interests, and that
all dtbts due to the raid firm, acd all uVbts
owing by it shall be paid to and ry W. W.
fysart. Mariou. N.C.. Jiarili Stu, J i.
.Marion 1'ioduce ?Iarket.
Corrected weekly by McCaiJ &. Conley.
MjUuon, X. C, Mar:h,6th, 1-504.
Oats - - - - ' - 40o.
Wh'te Denns .... ?1
Col. Bc-ans ... - l.fX.
Clay Pea3 .... 50c.
Chickens .... 10 to 20.
Onions ----- 00c.
CELEBRATED PIEDMONT wAQONxJ,
which fir prico, finit-h and durability, have no equal. -Tkfy
are warranted for 12 montliH.
W. PP -Jones,
Irish Fotatos -Sweet
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