; . .. . ! : 1 7 :
.. SftCJ&fc :
fancy and Toilet Art ieK also -8 iUL J Fit 9k$Y & ijL, r-p- r- fe - W j
WFaUlT3.,lnrJnilw fJOT iM (SliWil I
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, SAlMvV (( IV JlW JlMl I 'I ft JwNriC- ft , 'Pi '1$ Iff I
flit '.'ml to their many Iritnw - :
A HAPPY KE7 YEAJi CRLLTiKS
A take phvsur.' in ahi-emit ii
our mcma d fucii '.' -. t. rve v,..,
Driiy us ALL YOL'il I KMFCp,,
And got li.HK!s Chvi -.- :t; : i :.nv
v. hero i !s in T i.:..
of ' wr ,''s ,,Mlorl
a,ir,. poiirifMlly 1'rinnd
lor i:'-ori h"'""'.
Krr,h Ma k.Tel at A. B. Gilkey &
J lin of children .-hoes at Mar-
..irl,11iii' in Manuaru nmeis ae
I'mf. iit-Ik, of I'nioi) Mills, was in
!I.,rj. .1. I Avery, of Morganton,
iM ,,,Wn -at unlay.
i;. i.ilkcy i Son.
lY.-.e-lniig at llie cemetery nest
.; ii ailt-rn e" at .w.
r. Willie Ncal who ha.i been very
i -i. .;; improt ing.
jfouJ T-xus Cowboy Saddle for.sal
aj. a;ly at '!,is
V. n. Kaan, of High Point, was
,wu 1 1 1 i h week on business.
rfc JihIa'i- Kyii'iiii presiding.
Jir.b-.l- Justice returned Wed
,e,v from bui n.sville court.
.!.:r,r-t and bt'st, the ant i-lcver oolar
atMii :!' cents cadi at J. 15. Swindell's.
Mr. Art liu r linger of Savannah is
i.ij'iiir at jJr. Ii- Ii- Trict's lor the
ITEMS ATIIKKE2) riCO.H ALL
I'ARTK OF THE STATE.
I,ave "larly mailed the Maiuov
KKf-oR,, and last week, I certainly
mailed the "Ukcor,," any ami all sub
scribers who failed to (ret their paper
cai-not contribute any fault to the edi
tor or the postmaster.
J. C McCckky. P. M.
I will sell round trip ticket from
Marion to Richmond, Va., to Civilians
i:f.50, .Military and Veterans s.ir,
tickets on sale May 2S-20th and OOth rf -1-Iia1 ""i Kf)'?s into cfu-ct July 1,
iii.ioiiKl 11 'JK "as tli .,,'iico of
Dr. J110. F. CrwftII, President of
Trinity Collf has clitiHl to n--couiler
his notirv of rrsijrnation
an the h.;a.l of that Itj-titutTon and
pay- that his action is finnl. His
.fsichJj- frevU. o!os.
The REroiin: I'nchj Tom
general news items.
l.iiw is Mn i.; .,
Kuthcrfurd, a well-known colored IMKACKapheo FOI6
man. .-if I ISECOKW
br the Mason
...ur,- .,une Jst isai cont li-ioiiK
passage in limit each direction.
f'i. E. I.ke, Agent K. & I.
N'ow that we have shown that
M.-Kowell is entitled to the .State Sen
ator this year, who are we going to
nominate ? It is said that Kllis Gardi
ner has had the lead in Yaucey county.
Mr. Gardiner ka good man and v. ill
ii.-'l.t'ttn al 11 tor.
A gentleman rant up 0:1 tb.j tiiin
last I'riday as he said to Old l'ort to
take part in the concert, tut when he
returned he said that if his tongue had
not gotten so thick he could have act
ed one actor's part to perfection. He
did not belong to the troupe however.
Mr. J. 0. Hendley a former citizen
of Marion now a wealthy and promi
nent lumber exporter of Oxford, X. V.
was in Marion Tuesday and Wednes
day. He raine to attend tho sale of
liynnm lands in this county. Cain's
old frien ls are glad to know that he
has prospered in business.
The Charlotte Observer in speak
ing of Kuthcrford College commence
ment says: Ktv. trunk Wood, pre-
Kidingelder of the Morganton district,
Iiridg-wati?r on th 12th int.
Uncle Tom was a favorite with
his old master, Mr. John. Ruther
ford, who. in making his will, gave
Tom a valuable farm with a good
IVsid.ntof that institution for i m r10;"ce
n years arid has placed it on a " ' ar" S'l to see tliat some of
firm foundation in its new home. !r Muddy Creek farmers are tak-
Miff mneh interest in fine stock.
Juno Tate has a filjv colt out of
W. T. R.IJell Jr. of Ihith. rford
t.on, died in Waco Texas, from the
etl't-cts of an ove r dos of l-iorphine
which he tool: !iy mistake. He was
Mi tor cf t li.' 1Sni,.hern Trde" of
W:'.c , was l!;rn,ly tf'oi- !.: ,,f l.y
hiS S'CO'riiliit'llCcc i: :t..tt 1
U- -ivl i: iat-r re i"; : y.
to take up their sd-d'- i i tit"
Lone Shir State. His father ac
companied the remains to Kuther
fordton where ho was hurried.
Four-ounce packages of Kr tit oil's
Snuit at .1. 1. Norton's for ten cent.
Lizzie Morgan, a fine Grey Kagle
mare, and sirM by Foroet King,
which li-i, all ritctM more attention
1-' ' ' !. l : :ftj -1 ;n ti;l-i
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The main build insr of Clemson
College at Fort Hill, 8. C, was
The xstoffice at Suffolk, Va.,
was burglarized Monday night
,';00 worth of ptamps and $850 in
cash were etolen.
In the Charlotte Bicycle Races
Monday the event of the day was
the five mile race won by Fitz
simmons, Nixon and Ramseur in
the order namo l. The races were
ry 1 xe!ti.vai.d largedv cttende.!.
, 2To :
-NT- ' L-P-MoLucd.Cas;...
W ESTEBK OAROLIFA BAi;
ASHEULLK, !. C
I!(3.ATri) STATU UITOMITORY.
CAPITAL $50 000 SURPLUS $25
V. e hav. Sr.,.,-ial facilitios for hsiiuTlins t!i. b-..;,.. ..r 1
... . j k Arinv i
Thisnuu, lost his his he;.d. als.-h ts and others Jn Wtern North Carolina. Ifytu l.uvo no Bank r..
t-f Bargains bv not Koiiip, to Me (. all ; , - , . . '
& Conley's. ' j1'1 l:;I1,k 1,1 a vhai v'"0 J v glad to have you corn u.i.d wit!
They have a full Hi uf Cloth'i t;, ;
Iry (J-ioiis, iit.ts. Shoes, (!nci ri: t,
1 l.irdwaiv, etc... j
the i Stef&m:??&t i-.K
READERS. 5$5r :jr,.l AVj I x I
haslwn susnc-nded . t4kh''' !
s for two years. fvf
color, :-;id that ii it do.
CI-vi-- Grinith.- !..ts i.:..le tno j
tri- ttroii-id the world ia K-gs tlian I
sixiv nve uavs. Jlo lias teat ir..
AVs' !! a si e1 e apor che
v h'Ht-:. i;j Mt-.riou.
it's color l'rettysoji,,hewillget VV-.r tV - mT f 1
John Ballew to paint it. " CVh , H'tal! ;a. rM London
. I hi- -ectiuii b. been visited with delivered an eloquent and forcible bar-
uiv rain and hail .-tonus during the
t ,"v day.
. r. l.,iiiilruin preached a good ser
uii (o tlic .Vothodist congregation
i:.-w-tnn. M. Greenlee, preaches in
k1i Tr-s-'I'V tcrun cnurcn ui 11 a. 111.
calaureate sermom from the text UI am
residved what to do." I,uke 1G :4.
To-day was a gala day for Ital-
eigh. The city was packed with peo
ple, the occasion being the laying of
the corner stone of the Confederate
Monument. A procession seven blocks
long marched to the Capitol where the
ceremony was performed. 1 lie cere-
f.r h f-'v days but we are glad to remeniberea by tnose wno witnessed it
The Bynum property in Ibis
county containing C(K) acresand known
as I'.y mini's crosu roads was sold under
a niong ige sale for cash on Tuesday.
The property was bought by Mr. Win.
McCiirry for tfl.OOO.W. This is a low
price for this very valuable property,
as it has a line farm with fair buildings
oil it besides a vast amount of fine mer-
sni ii- in-ill r.
s-veral intwresiiug i-ommunica-
inlH W'Ti' len mil hum ween nin;j up
;he ri-v- "I tune.
riii'cnld wavo of tint last lew days
);ai ii"ic- a great ileal 01 uanisKe an
r i lie Miiith. 'l'ruck patches have
I:, v. I . H. V ood preaclie.l the
1 . ..- Ul 1 1 1 1 l,i-f.,r,l
I - llUlllf t-UUIIl I" .III
I ui-idav 'JJnd inst. I, . .
nas joineu me .;uiunu.i asm-imhuh ami
- .iiii'jre U niMon snd Solicitor .New- wj;j exhibit the finest fair that was
Ivi.l :i nl S.itiir.i.iy night 111 town 0:1 ever seen in North Carolina. Uacinjr
liicir'.s i. ti i!:ir:i .-".vi lie Court, I will be a nrominent feature and with
- jl-.ii. :r--n 1. KalK'V, -lii."f jus- 1 nnesi rare iracK aim i.ie inrsrM
i I !,.riua has resigned alter j purseses ever oliered in Western North
v. m- mti i,-f r,n H.c lien. ! Carolina will be the finest racing ever
seen in Ibis part of the St
.Judgment for fl'W'itf was rend
ered by the I nited States court of
claims May the l ithin favor of Kd.
iiaii.pion Jame J. Corbelt t-ays warti j.. executor of Donald Mc
lll.ll lll lljjnt Willi I"'' lll' otn.-.i.n .,., .l.l f, n!,l o.wr ,,, t lw coll.
ii;m-; I).- at Jacksonville, or it is no go. c, ",: ,.f f.,r Hie I niteil
Mi.-s !)..! ii Klliottt. (A Round States during the civil war. 1 fte late
.1 I 1 1.1 ..t
Jliil. paid the Ri;cord office a cal' "u"",u
1 townsman, ii. 1.. -Heiay wno is one 01
jasi cuiiesiiay evening. . . OI1.four,. interest
IT .1 n r 1: i : A partner with $1,500 to I in the judgement
go into tne mercantile miMiiess in ,,. W.l!. Council a prominent
Marion. Apply to the IIecoki. office , . . of v.'atauira uassed through
!"r jurraer iiiiormaiion. .;,.,. iJt ,r..,.t n n,ia i(,,i..
ir. Joe rnwn s dail'' Her Airs, vil to ourr. Jir. council is a caimi-
1 . .
JiilniMin. of Johnson City. Tenn., left date for the Democratic nomination
!'r 111.H1-ver-lcrday with her children for Jiiuire of the lOtii Judicial Districi
aftiT visit of several weeks duration. I Judge Jno. (!ray Ilynum, of Morgan
ur ilinlontbe Sewing Machine
;i. I'li'-ed throns:li Marion this;
wiili newly made bride.
Tl;c .rogram c inn:itt e of I he Xa
limia! Ktlitorial Association has com
jiUtcd arrangements for the lentil an
lu.iil ron , ;i;ji at Asbury Park, N.J.
1:.. I uty.
Ne'w line of latest style A'pine
Hats at W. I. Biaatons.
J. I'. Norton keeps a lirst-i-lass
grocery in every respect. You can find
all kinds of canned goods, such as
catsup, apple butter ail flavors, white
wines, vinegars, etc., just anything you
A firt-clas'i New Home mowing
machine, equally as good n? new,
for .sale cheap, or exchange. Apply 1
at the Record oflice.
All kinds of Spring and Summer
Iress goods at lowest prices at
edd's Variety Btore.
A line line of ladies Oxford tics
and in fact anything in the line of
ladies line shoes. Martin Baos.
Sweet Water Valley and Tellico
flour fresh, just received at B. GH
key & Son.
The largest, line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
Make your shirts at home and
buy the lrsh Linen made especial
ly for Bosoms at V. P. Bhnitons.
T. A. White, the old and estab
lished wood workman can always
bo found at his old tand, ready
to do any any all kinds of wood
work, aijil do it cheap.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
lamps, Lo;)king-glas s and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
Clothing, Hats, Shom, Sifters,
Bucket, Baskets and picture.-
cheap at Medd's Variety i-tore.
The 3Runi n Voiir F;3-".
Are eausi-il liyimjniie blond, and wi!
ncvi'r bp well e.iilre ymi c'e inso it air!
Ic.iilil it up in richnrifs :n-l n:"-ity. IJot.in
ic Blood r.nltn, the great blood purifier nni
tonic is what ycu need. U:ie tioTtle will
cleur your cinnpli xioii and purity your
I1I00J. Try it- l'i ici? $1.U'J pir bottle. For
gale dy dnigjfisjt!'.
ton, the present incumbent, is also
candidate for re-election, and the race
nromises to be an interestina one. We
have heard of mi" or two other aspir
ant -bat .iiidire iivneni a'lu :-.r. i oun-
cil are the nVv avt-wed candid; I
rr.iin; piled & ton 01 iisli-piates
11 Hi.- I oston iV Albany track to wreck 1 lie young ladies and genriemen
li e A da.ns esnress train at Worcester, who went up to Old l-crt last r ruiay to
Ma-., but I be train plowed through reproduce the "Last Loaf" wre verj
mini lured. 1 nine 11 pieasrn nun iiii-mhu in'rnm.i
J. W. Street man and Dr. Morphcw and attention bestowed upon them.
haw consolidated and will conduct Tliev express themselves as delighted
I'licSaiincd Ett frs in .Tlarion
J. M. Vaughn; Miss Carrie Tate; C
S. l'eston; Samuel Ash; A. K. Jimmer
son; Miss Millie Kincaid: Mr. Thomas
Ausbon; II. G. Ardiss; Miss Julia
Jones, col : Daniel Sookers; Mary C
J. C. McCfKRY, P. M.
We are having plenty of rain on i
the Creek and the weather is cool:
Eli and John Leonard captured
a turtle a fw days ago which it is
said weighed about 125 pounds.
There was a bullet hole in its shell
which hail evidently been made
many years ago. The date "1859"
was carved on its hack in large
figures. It is said that a mud tur
tle with a good constitution will
live a thousand years unless it
falls into the hands of an enemy
to its tribe and guts sliced into
small pieces and then boiled to
Brulgowater, X. C, May 17th.
For State Senator.
Mr. Editou: Another election
is approaching, "our friends'' the
enemy have already nominated
their candidate for Congress and
are now marshaling and drilling
their forces. It is high time the
Democrats should arouse from
their lethargy and bestir them-!
selves for the f,-ay. (rood sound
sense should be exorcised this year
iti the selection of candidates, only
men of stability, m ral stamina
and r.ifntal capabilities should be
nominat (1 men who possess the
necessary qualifications to carry
the banner triumphantly to vic
tory. E.J. Jr..-:. ice, Esq., the talent
ed young lw. ver of Marion, in my
humble judgement is pre-eminently
the man for the State Senate.
He undoubtedly pos.ses-.es all of
the necessary requisites. Hj is n
very forcible, logical and impres
sive speaker and this should be re
garded as very important at this
particular juncture or crids in pol
itics. There is certainly ii"t a Re
publican or Third partvite in the
district who can coj;o with him on
the stump, and his speeches will
inluse enthusiam into the rank
inn nie 01 tne party, irive us
Justice f.)r the Senate and he will
add strength to the Democratic
ticket in every courtv in this Sen
atorial district, and will make a
itative that will relied
credit upon this district.
on March the 12th, and has re
Another negro has been lynched
in Georgia. The- negro outraged
girl and killed her father. He
;is caught by the sheriiT but was
taken from him and hanged and
is the lynchers departed they fired
about 500 shots into his body.
The old piano on which our
tatesoug, " lhe Old North State."
as first played on is still in ex
istence in Raleigh in an excellent
tute of preservation. The voting
huly who first played the song to
the words composed by Judge Gas
ton, Miss Lou Taylor, is ttill liv
ing in Raleigh.
Monte Carlo. May 21. W. K.
anderbilt. of New York, h si o been
pending a few days here, and left
1st nigi'.t on board the steam
tch Valiant direct for New York.
Mr. Ynndcrhilt followed the usual
custom of visitors to this losjrt
ind passed a portion of his tim; at
the gaming tables. At his last
itting he won 400,000 francs.
It has been a mystery as to where
Miss Bollard got the means to
pros 'cuie W. C. Breckinridge but
now it has developed tnat the
White Cross League, a department
t the . C. T. 1 ., which lias for
ils object the promotion of sachil
purity, furnished the money.
tins League is also doing all it can
to ureal; Breckinridge s hold upon
the people of his district and to
I -teat him. li they succeed they
will have done a noble work.
Good llvvS t'attl Wauled.
I will nav geid prices for good beef
Mixir lui-iness hereafter at Morphew's
' -M -land. Streetman moved his stock
Key. T. J. Kogers will preach at
Miow Hill Sunday at 11 a. 111., and at
I'r.v I'ond at :t p. m. Kev. Mr. lvayior
will till his pulpit in Marion, mornin
.-n. Phil. ( 00k, Secretary of State
ei'ia.. died Tuesday of pneumonia.
II" wa ipiite a prominent man in his
Mate ami held many high positions in
hi- life of 77 vears.
T. II. M.MIT1N.
ISccor anil World f-l.ZQ
liv special arrang.'irent we ar e
abled to send v.. a i 10. -1 ak;n i.k or.D
and the New York Weekly Y 1 rid for
one year for ?." in advance. Old sub
scribers wtio pay up 01 course aieen
titlud to this rate.
with their trip, although the elements
were aguinsd them, "" e people of Old
Fort, especially Miss West erman, de
serve a great deal 01 creuu ior nie
taste and elegance displayed in their
fitting up the stage. The stage was
beautifully decorated and the drop cur
taio. painted by Mifs Westerman, was
a beautiful work of art. The audience
f bough not very large, showed their
appreciation by hearty applause and
very complimentary remarks.
On Monday night the larder of the
Iilliiir.-r Ilo'el was broken into, and
ox. y and l'.rown were sentenced . f , t f i.,t,,r
-Monday to twenty days in jail and ' . . , ' , f ,
hamlciulcd and driven o!f to jail . " Tl,es,lav a search war-
: tier prisoners in tie-prison van. . , . , , . u.
"My wanted logo in a carriage. . . , , tnw 1,,.lr,ial. J. A. Fin-
The workmen at the state fair ley, who found part of t he property in
sri'inuls ...1 Snrinsrlield. 111., while ex- 11 bouse occupied by John Lawrence
!i:irfor the exposition building, I and Jane Tinsley colored. The evi-
niicd the remains of t hirl y-t wo deuce showed t hat Jane w ho had been
NOTKK! NOTICE!! NOTICE!!
We are now in possession of t ho most
valuable mica property in Mitchell
Yancey and McDowell counties, also
line timber lands, audit will pay the
northern capitalists and speculators to
call on us when 111 need ol sued prop
Dale & Atkin.
Foil Sai.k: A Valuable Iron Mine,
Call on or address
S. A. WIskmax,
Marion, N. C.
1 la .gar Halliburton, colored, sixty
.,1 age of P.urke county has forty
' ''r'!!, having had twins twenty
'in-. At a family reunion the other
,,'. thirty five of her children were
i'-"-ciil The like was never seen. Can
'" on,- heat it ?
iv arolma Press, published at
''iOiwr;,.rdton, by James M. Allen, i
' --iy gotten up litt!- sheet, good
''! .ind has good patronage. Kuth
" '" ''ii is booming in ihe newspaper Constitution one year for -1
!.' . . r,':i nl:1'l'-" two newspaper
.... IM.il- ( ,
Hotel had brought the stiitl' in during
the night. Jane claimed that it .is
given her by a man whom she met in
the night on the I-ailread. Ju-lice
Nirhols after hearing the evidence 011
motion of counsel for the State com
mitted the woman to jail in default of
Mrs. Ii. II. lUniu-lt who h:;s been
on quite a visit to Mstesvillo returned
Tkk livi oiu and Atlanta V.'eoklv
"egro .icnd attemuted an out-
!,U MUs ''"illips a young lady of
"J ''!.'gto;i, and up t last accounts
.' 1 ' "ot teen caught. The people of the
' o.i.ni inity are very much enraged and
"i.-y catch him he win more than
' i.v be dealt i;h by Judge by neb.
You can tell by ot.r a dwrti-ing
columns the merchants who have got
the best an ', cheapest goods, for good
things will crop out, and men who have
good things will advertise them.
Mrs. J. V Norton is daily receiv
ing spring and summer millinery.
The Recoko jjtryear.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
McCurry Ar Nichols will sell
their immense stock of goods in
cluding dry goods, notions and
hardware, in f;ct everything they
have in stock, excepting groceries
will be soi l at rest, postively at
co.-t. if you d..nt believe it c:dl
and see for yourselves.
The first Monday in June is the
time fixed by law for the Magis
trates to meet and elect a board of
County Commissioner to serve tw
years.. Seme of our Magistrates
we are informed have populistic
tendonoios, and it U rumored that
tivy wii! i'lle, q.t to elert a thi'-.
p-i.-.y !-,:. ' 1 ! C.)';;.'ivr.5. Th
oll-n: of 1 ; y C '.i.i--:-i-.)-i r-s i
one oi va.st Ji'iportajice and v e tii'ge
all democratic Magistrates to at
tend the meeting and see to it that
none but true democrats are elect
ed. Our present Board is demo
cratic and have managed the conn
iv anaiis voiy wen inueeii. weuo
not know if any of them expect t
retire, out 111 tne event u;ey (to we
hope to see them succeeded by men
whose democracy is unquestioned
This is a democratic county and
we have a majority ot the Magis
trates, and it is right that our com
miss:on?rs should be democrat--.
All .Magistrates who were appoint
ed as democrats, and who, have-
since des Tied the party that gave
them preferment should resign,
hut we fear their greed for power
a ..' political advantage will over
come that high sense of honor,
that would shmv them the proprie
ty of such a course', so it behooves
ail true democratic Magistrates to
attend and see that political
treachery shall not triumph in
.-' re H. :
in to Si
fl H S f'i e
B n R m-43
u n i nv !r
Me Cam. & Cox ley.
MARION COPPER WORKS-
ESTABLISHED IN 1$S0.
Thk Gubernatorial contest in
labama between Cat. Johnson
u;d Col. Oates is so close that it
will require a ballot in the conven
tion to decide who is to be the
democratic nominee. Oates is the
ldministratiou candidate while
(apt. Johnson is opposed to Cleve
land's financial views. Both fac
tions however have nominated
legislative candidates throughout
the State who are instructed to vote
for the re-eloction of Senator Mor
gan to the U. S. Filiate. Morgan
like Vance differed with the ad'
ministration on financial questions,
but both factions know he is a
concientious, faithful Senator and
w hile some may differ w ith him on
certain points their confidence in
Ujais ability and integrity was such
that his endorsement was well nigh
9 m i e thc
a e v. h mi si a a a
Reiaitingand Fitting up Register
ed Distilleries on short notice.
1 have Stills, Caps and Worms.
CHEAP FOli CASH.
(Jutterin and Roofing, all kinds?
of Baths n-iideto orde-r, intact aiiy
thing in t!:.; metal lino.
Sewing Machines repair-d ana
put in good iun:ii:.g on'or.
J.U. Mi'N.U siHToN.
Y,"t!.J Antwr.ls Are Popular.
There Pas of lal--- been u .- -.''.den r.nd
unoi-eee'.ci.le-l n:cre:--va 111 i.:: o i:o:anui.
for wild an'imls r.ot only for the cou-
tizieut., but for tl:c Lnite.d htutss. I oe
stocks i i most of t'.ie Ee.roe.ecn zoo
logical gardens liav-.i decreased of late.
a ed-rhikiige partly caused by the clos
ure of the Soudan ly tbo dervisbea.
In Aiaerioa the popularity of the groat
inenagcrio ai me vvona 3 iinr Mantu
the boom ia wild uni-.iali of ell !.ina.
Circuses aad private mcnagerL-s are
comp-t!::g with the zoological gi.r-.lena
and toiontiilo soc'.eti os for rare ar.-l m-
tcrebtlny aiurual.s, und the dem-iMd for
America- Is far boater than for the
continent of Eurcpo. After five or
years of neglect there U suob. a booia
In the wild-beast, Ircde aa ia barJly ro
membercd. Until the expeditious
whiea Ilagenlieck and others bave dls
patched into Central Africa, via llcr
ber:i. avA int-i Hornor a-:d the west
coast of Africn. return. t:iore ii lit.tlo
to fall bse'.c upon b'.U the average sup
ply which arrives without system and
ia chance, ships. A : iag!e purchase by
aa agent from the PhiUdclphi.-i coo
logical garden i included a leopard, a
hyena, a prJ.r of cheetahs, a Hornoaa
bear, antelopes, cnsa.i und other birds.
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I Uke this methoHl of informing you that I have just ope--
LARGEST AND KOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FAR&i'i
IMPLEMENTS, BUSGiES, HACKS AND SPRING WAG0N8,
Lver brouglit to Marion.
t'OOKIXCS ami !Ii:.iriX STOVIIS, ool and I .
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Glass, Paints, c
raiisf SIriiNhcN, XalU, Ilorso Shoe Vc.
at wholesale prices to country merchants. I keep on hand a k-
t. " ----- - -S' '-' ' ' . n.v--"'-' 1 -
CELEBRATED PIEDMONT wAGv
which for price, finish and durability, have no equal.
They are warranted for 12 month.
k H ft tfb V l
Vai'ii5p Presents Free.
We vish to iutfO'luee cur Systera Pil
itCo t-vti-y I'ouiv.-. Ve ko.'.w tuvt v.e uivi- i
niacin c tin- very iwil r-r.i.- ly 0.1 (.-urtii Icr !
t'.i-- cure of CoTisaniption, Hiliioaf.ii-.-s, SJick J
Headache, biilui-y Troubles, Torpi-1 Liver,
etc.; and that when you have tried the.ie
j.ilid yon will gladly ' recommend them to
others, or take an agency, and in this way
-,vo t '.will have a birge, well-paying demand
Asa special indiK-? inert tor every reader
uf iliii p qier to try these pills und t;ile an
a.-riicj l oiu-e. we will g.ve to each person
who sends twenty-five cents in cash, or
thirty ce.its in s-t tnip. tor :i box ot'J'ysti ui
Pills. ine of the following presents: A
Ilandiome t oll Watch, a good Silver
Watch, a Valualuabie Town Lot, a Genuine
Diamond Pin?, 11 Cfi.-ket of Silverware or a
Genuine $3 (j0 Gold Piece. Every purchas
er get3 oe.e- of the nbove pri-fents. There
are no exeepiions. .Sha-.v Kitnedy Co.,
Hutbtrfoid, X. J.
A Fr.rrrouowr.n who rev.i sisinlles
sontli of Sacram jnto o:i lbs Kicor-u la
road, brs, we are i-.if ...rmed. built an
ingenious machine f-r irri;,":.tirig lib
flower gnrvle-.i and 1 Is or:--.ge r.ni
lemor. troes. It c':o.'.-.ti of wooden
w'.ic-.-l uu fc -t i:i di;:::e tcr, n'l.l with a
rira or tiro aixe.it two feet wide. A dog
i. placfl inoida the v.bccl. which is
tu -nti ;. wcir.V. a.:-- If r'.-.l.--.
tr-a-Vv.ib f::slU:i. h'.ic r.".r.;ot ion
t'.ie a i--i-:vi a era:; :. v.:u s ---ra' -s
fa- 2i-;r.-Ue iA a p.im: lu '- ' v.'-.i.
Afi -r 'oalf un b .:r's e.-urci-.J th'f c.o;;"
Is taben cat and a fr-ir.ii !og pat ia for
another balf bov.r. The dogs scotti to
eajoy the wor't. for they t.nrk and wag
their tails when they are brought to
the whc-cl. They know that it means
noinething good to cat at the end of
the half boura v.orli.
KKPAIIIING A -SPliClAL
Prompt Attention Given to Work Kec. . .
FfitinuiUs Ifunmlicd cs to CI ,
EETTJBN POSTAGE PAID ON REP.'..
SBill, Ii MM,
SPECIAL RATES TO THE WEST.
T nr. arer.T-
The following list of watelv-s
bein.g held by R. R. BrooUhi.-r.
two to four Years, will be &old for
repairs unles-. c:ilk-d for within
thirty days from date: C, Darl-t.-n,
"Vm. Lane. R. A. Coscy.
S A r.own."n (;il5..n I? !!
Ballard. Co-v. Will UVUs. T
Carson, Log.-ui Jackson, Jaim-a Missouri i'acilic to San Francisco
Wilker.M.n. ; C;.L wLI ho .,s ruWi. .
r.,. --n k.;i 1 1'iom . -mplus or St. Louis one
''"''J way 5fj;..yt. Round trip . 17.5;') I tastc for ?,actf'
!go,,.d tV.-r (.') days to return, good I hst. Lor.isaf
vs limited rate:, via the
A ei:ov.-s of Wordiington newsboys j
must have thought th.c inillor.nium l-.ad j
come the other day wlua a portly, red- ,
facer! gentleman called them around 1
him on the rrtreot corner arid began
pref-e:;t!::'T thor.i with d.iaiooni'.rv. It
d.-v,".pel that their in.tcrioas bene-
fr.etor vras a V. as.i:ngt-"n b.'evrer v.-.so
bad sn.b'.c:"i'.y gone i::r,ar;r. II ffjuau
dered about eleven hundrc i dollar in
th'.s slra-.igj liort of nhi'anthiopy bo
fore bis relatives c;Mf'..uio I him.
T;u: woman who tn-.r t bavo olniple
or I'.i'J ha s n:i!y to invest in the dhnp'c
producing machine, which an Kaglisb
paper ?cyr, h:v. Ixen ir.vnte 1 ami pat
en tod by a woman v.-'.th an oyi f r
b-auty arol a spf-cilative t.:rn of mir.i.
!'hi. of all other::, ought to be rewar.l
e 1 with one or more of ther.e fetching
riarhs of beauty, provldir.g r.ha can en
dure the torture o? b'-r own dovice,
which i ; n l.indof i-.a l: arrar.ged with
screws '. woo len r ints which press
where tho !:mp!cr. o'vht to b". Thll
Is wrK i: ot right, b it just bo-.v long it
r o: lrf r-i-plicl to produce tho desired
inipre;.."i ".i r."t f cl-!.
OHARLESTOH CINCINNATI & CHICAGO 3 5
S A M U i: l. j 1 1 ;, T, Ag'nl for Purchaser.
Time tab!-; of the Charleston, fin
cinnati and Chicago Hailroad, in ef
fect from ami after lJeooriiber 17, 1-S!;.
ooiMi ;.-oi'.Tu 1 Xo. ;!:;. No. 37.
AXI) A YEtli'S bl BSel i ,
'atawba .1 1111c.,
" Ibii-k Mill,
' lii.-kory (lrt
Henrietta 7 ;a un
Jurist City 12 pn.
Kutlicrfi.nlton 8 inn
'o a large PJ .jr iiluniri
inii;;;izine lor tl.N'LV U0 Cl-.X''.
mo-t lilier.il off.-r n Ilousele.
m.iu.ine riferied t, ii hif.
replete w.tll nturiei tof lot
t vi-l. ami ihurt iiiterettiii)
live kketi heg of f,ct 0J fan.
iUt 1 f 35 noreU re lucb tn
I!rje4 oitrd. hy l.'ohe. t t,t.u
A lllicksiiiiih'f D.iughler
rieree; N ine'la, a most 1 1. ..
M. T. aldiir; A Gilded .)
12 05 pin 12 05 pm
I pm , 1 OH pm
1 I i pm' 144 pm
2 15 pm 2 15 pm
2 -!5 pm' 2 '4H pm
.'! (;'.! pin 2 55 pm
3 U pm' ii 02 pm 1 Tu .Si ig, ,j ihe author of I
: -iiipnii n. pm j iii iiuiii .r it. t,y the
1 OS jim !
1 2S pm
ft 15 p.l.
C T,s pm
7 0-1 pm
7 15 p...
Ar. at Marion
m pm i 7 20 pm
001x0 rocth j No. SC. I
A You.no bcwI:,to.-i (Tie.) b".sir.-:.s
! i.-, rea-.y to v!.iisi the fool
' Vtner's ki-idl.- at'.ou'.loii-. I'. -, wr.s on
I a train I'.io oth'-r d:i;. r.ni. spying a
! pretty f:'r''- ia -vh"-.i u j or.e r- md to
' bo iii'.'-c-'.i-', vert up to !i r :-n-I did j
! the ma iher act. 8".r; r---poi; U-'. charm- j
l-.jrlv. !! vm I nr;v.' till a tall, i
"mt-vr fno'w an ci- t-earf-ed man
Ihcre ii r thirtv-fivo- ! young v.xmai
1 1 n n-.r,r,- rri'lt ' the mere. ;ant
.1 .. In t. wm'.. lYwtrtu- the Vi-.lt eft.
ram. and whi.h is in great demand for aa aylcm easier than he hzl dsred to j A.at juidca
comuiitt."i room Iunc-ios. it is rair.er ; in
curious that thi southerner-, who. a
for 't ( ily
Ilick- ry ;n.-.e
Yurkv i lie
cam. around Wc the, fa
Jbythar:n.anU.:r....c lj . r:vta,vL . ,,Ui
f r bavin
Trains Nos. Zl
t 05 am (i 45 am
1 O.s a 1.1 7 47 sin
! 1 am h o: am
! 42 am; H 21 am
U 52 arn a 32 am
10 22 am : ihi am
i' am I ; 11 am
l' -45 am 'J l-i ain
1 1 15 am 10 lo mo
1 1 am 10 55 am
1 1 5i am 1 1 Is am
12 13 pm 11 jr, ,4.,
12 2" i.m 12 OS p 11
12 32 pm 12 Is pm
12 p:iri2 pin
1 1 pm 1 lo pm
1 '.I pm 144 pm
2 .'ft pm! 2 :;(; pm
t 20 pm ii 20 pin
; 31 pm j lliuh Coi.HHjr; alid the Mo.i
41 pin J Jy, rather h-ik-io.oiimI, I.)
Aus'in; A Heroine, a il.-li.
Mri). Ite'ieiCrt II. Davis; V .
the popular Marina IJ.iiIhi.i! .
Htory Guilty or Not GuiMy.
DungiHir. .Space forhid in
other tivfl( but Ihey 1.1.
hiph prK.ie, pepniar, Lli,..
-pH-y. il!teretii'ir utorief.
Tne 3j tote's and tli ri.r
Hue hold Topic will he :
your order i ncein d Ti.
yen wiili a !"!' reaui
s'.nj;; and will l.a ajirrc.
.i.e Lens-. liol.l. t-ind at o.
liorxeiioLjt Ttrici 1'ie. .
HO: .New Voik City ". V
1 30 pm
4 5 pin
4 52 pm
5 02 pm
5 .'0 p ai
-1 T, 40 r.m
5 5H pm
! 15 pm
a r;'.Ie. l-ive to live on i:n-a:rer mcoia-s,
arr the l-. t'. espnf.ire of all la their
1 am prepared to do all the work be- ' going one
longing to the rofes-iuii of ibe tiade. ( uf.r
ui.e-price sy-iem. ( au ana see me and I
give me a trial, liebind the court house '
in the ark lirst-clas barber shop. !
Truly, etc., j
J. .T. JoHNIii.v, j
Ma-ion. N. c ;
days ago a c
retiir;ljn' man entered a warcheu .e
I feverl hours in boring a h
a-i ! Epcnt
.1j i: to an
I iron saf j La order to destroy the c.:r.-
For further particular?, address, 1 Wratk-a lock. He wun. l.ow?vcr.
A. (i ALT.AftHEII,
So.it'i?rn Passenger Agent,
K'J R ad House Chatt.inig,!
frightened away before he had com
pleted the job. It wa afterward
fotmd that the safe bad been left un
locked. Brains are necessary in all
traded - ,
MAi:'.sri:i;i;r, MALi-.. .
Keep in ttoek the bcil oi
WINLS, BIIANBIBt, i i
Cigars, 'Lobact t..
and n.-n i!i.-lv -t
Thomas Vr.s-mr.T-i Ilinivso:; Earn . r-j r Sunday , ;uil raii.. N.m. :tJ a .57
that he thinks Charles Sumr.-r iatr run on t,.I:: - oni'-. N,.s. ;j2 s,tid 30
dace 1 envelopes i.it the United i -'"";-'t i-N u b t )w C. t '. A. at
State., a the ror.ator l ron::ht some j AlrtXTv'
tamplen of then, home wiih lusa wutn j At ):Mi,jys, 1 Pl i.,jnt , Kings Cre.-
lie returned V Ilo ton frora Mnglaad and London, trains .-.top ,niy ?.u signal.
In 1S40. Col. Ilis-glnwn's f.rt rccollc-j- ) Second i la.-; train, which aNi 'ai ry
tion of envelopes ff-x-s back to 1543. j V-''"' rS -arnden at :2) a. n.'.,
when be saw them in Cambridge, Mas, S,
iius ueing tue -"' -1- ana nrriv,- ,t caliMlc.i at 7:;5o. in. 11. ipcctful'.y so'icit a blur
dates the postage stamp in tao Laiwa j Prawn of th- same cjiaracfi-r b ae
States. i;ia:k.,bnrg lor Marion at a a. in., anJ rJD32e-
.. : reta -;i at 'j u. 10. 1
S.H.LcMPKiv.C.P.A. ' THAMP Fl i '
A.T-iri', ?v:p-rinteHdei)t. VllAlfll l.L.
ChHdren Cry ror Pitcher's Castoria.