An attractive and elegant lino of
Fancy and Toilet Articles, also
TROPICAL FRUITS, mul a full line
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
at M. v. 3fiomi2Kw.s.
F&A.'.v ifrL &
sr w w W w
.i:r iiifivj.M-a laci' i -.- ! .. rv vwu
llring us AM. YO! li 1 t -1 I 'h
And get (.riJs l'i;ei , :.n
w here Is . i:i T .. ...
- Mr. -
tit : t.
,,. oiiif-lly I'lintcd
-pring be here.
ii. f Sh.-lbv. was in
Wal;'ii. f Dyart
i,.-:k. f I nloii Mills, paid the
; ,ji 1 ..inlay '.
..,i.i,i.- M.ail, 'f North
.1 ,t)r. ;ir--'ii l-t an old air.
w and went to South
i.iy on bu-'i uess.
mI. 1 by apl. Ceo. II,
,i i it Monday night.
',!'- a ."oiiij):iii''''l her
.-water last Friday.
n n-t nrned M on
Hur u--. ille cn-.irt.
BUSINESS PARAGRAPHS.! N OR T H C A R 0 LIN A .
lie iiis of Interest in TUvse Hard
The llKcotiii $1. per year.
-- Fresh Mackc-el at A. lb Cilkey &
Nice line of children shoes at Mar
in Standard novels at
IMIRIOIDT, INT- C , ZFIRIID-A.Tr. 0"U ! 1 1894
I COMMUNICATIONS. IGENERAL NEWS I TEH S.
Ti:MSATllEi:i:iFIMiIALE, M bat People Think on IHff
r.uilMd' TJIi; STATIC
, llri l,
Twenty pounds of sugar for $1
at A. II. Cilkey A: Son.
A good Texas Cowboy Saddle fors al
cheap, a ply at this office.
X v lino of la lest stvle Alpine
Hats sit V. 1. I'dantons.
Tin: Re.eoKi and Atlanta Weekly
( 'oiii ii ut i)ii one year for $l..ri().
'Irs. .'. I Norton is daily recciv-
Ing spring ind siiiiinier inillinery.
l'o:ir-o;iiice packages of Hrwtou's
Snuli' at .!. 1. Norton's for ten cents.
Latest a. id best, t lit; anti-lever colar
buMoii c;-ns each al J. H. Swindfll's
;. !:. I'rice
iii ili- w.
:, himI lo
ur liicient (-ounty
k a:id unable to bo
,n r lo.-al ctutor is
v, allv ;ii on nd a lit-
t W'Mt.-r Vid'o'V aiul Ti llioo
.-!;, just. rf'Cfivi-'il at V'. (lil-
Mr. w . i:.
-Mr. I V.
I ;t i-. of
,r !h.- Ial v
ck on bu-
U unil, I . I .. n l un. i d
ull er a "'
r. of T!i--rnial ii y,
ll.il. I Hemming
train bearing r:
the i:. .V 1-
i I road
.;.!.l the lltiultli a
. W. .1.
I:i iii in
Ali Ulaiiton were
w lit to U m.'l-
an 1 -.!
11. .ur 1
All kind of Sprinand .Summer
dress "oods at lowest prices at
eil i" Variety Store.
A fin..- Jine of ladi.-s Oxford ties
and in fact anything in the line of
ladies line shoe.-;. Martin l'.ao.-
The 1 unrest line of notions and
nov.-ltii s in Western North far
liua at Medd's Variety Store.
Muko vmir sliirts at homo and
i.uv th- lish Lin. -ii made especial
lv for Ib.soiiis at W. P. I'.lantons.
nrt-cla-s New Home sewing
inaehm.-, miuuIIv as g.x.d as new,
fnrsale cheap, or exchange. Apply
at t!l' ltK' Oltl ollice.
Tinware. (Hassware, Crockery
l-ii.io--. l.uo! inir-irh'.sses and Clocks
cheap at .Menu s aiieiy .-ui-.
T. A. White, the old and estal
li.-hed wood workman can ahvav
The datj f;r the I'res Conven
tion has again Ih-ou chansred. It
will inet in Morgaiiton June 13.
Hon. V II. Kitchen, of Halifax,
has left Ui-e Democratic parly and
joined I hv Populists. Peace go with
jiis prooani; mat the jjemo-;
ratic State convention will he
ilb-d to meet the last of Julvor
first of August.
Mrs. Zeh N'ance will publish as
early as possible, a life of our be
loved Zeb. Kverv Xortli Carolinian
hould have a copy.
The Supremo Court adiouriKsl
last wek. Th work in that court
is conidtral)ly lighter that former
ly, 204 caws were dhjjosinl of.
A meeting of Franklin count
Republicans, ail negnx-s except
two. resolved to stand bv the G. O.
P. and iave the Poimlists a3oie.
Kijitoh : la ilie issue of the Vi t
I'AIEAfiKAI'Ili:!) roit TIIK
.1. . ,. i . rant i.as been tju 1 1 l .1
1 1..- p-i-! w. !. but v.c ::re gbid
, ::: i .:::i in.
. Ii. !'. I.... la e r. l :.r:i.-d ?doi
r r.il U.vk's ab. ..'!i.-e, ni.d
in .-,ed -uiiU.
i. lo II"
.. W i.o na i " an
al lending Allies ille
. re! iii-ned last week.
I at i he l'.a-'!" liar,
mortal coil and is
(-.--lists oi' iinhibing
f. .iiii-l at
uw any any
rk. and ! i't
('l.-lhin r. Hat-
P.uckeis, P.a.-kets and
cheap at Medd's Variety
1 1. 'Norton keeps a
Mavor Patton, ofAsheville, has
brouglit suit against the Asheville
Citizen and the paper was for 24
hours in the hands of Uie sheriff,
but was released on bond.
An Indiana man who lias ix'n
prospecting f r silver in Wake,
amis to have lound it at ten
places from four to nine miles from
Kaleigh and says some oi the spec
imens are ncii.
Of the fortv persons who pasned
the examination hetore the Mate
Medical Society, three were women
ami one oi these was a negro wo
man ; she failed to pass at the last
meeting of the society. The next
meeting will he held in Greensboro
on the second luesdav of May.
Th North Carolina Teachers
Assembly, which is the largest
Slate organisation of its kind in
the Tinted States, will meet in its
eleventh, annual convention at
Morehead City, on June l'Jth and
continue until July Jird. Several
of the most noted educators of the
1'niteu Siates v i!l be present.
ion kEcoRU of May 17th was an ariic.e
stowing conclusively that McDowell cojn'y
and not Uurke - entitle.! to of tke Siu-ato-s
lor tli is district. Tlie fact were
there made to hppear thai already since
this senatorial district was formed JJcDow
ell has had lour senators and I'.uike lias
had five. Jioth counties had stnit ors in
lh!)U Neither had a senator in lf9!. It
urke should nominate u senator tliis time,
she would have had six while McDowell
lus only luiu tour. If the latter b.hik-s the
nator this time, they will be even, tu wit.
five and five. Nothing but tfce ingenuity ol
nr.c county in cas'ing a ound tor a
reason why she should have an office could
furnish a pretense for an answer to what
appears from vhe above to be the justice
of McDowell's claim.
In the Mjrgantou Herald of May 2tth
there is an eUort to show that Burke is
entitled to the senator instead of McDow
ell. Th: lesson assigned for this conten
tion is (hat the two counties, Cuhlwell and
It.irke, cast as large a Democratic vote
a the three counties, McDowell. .Mitch
ell mid Vancey. The DeiMo-.-ritie vote ca.'t
in (he counties does not detei-mbiu the
mat er ut all. but if it di 1, 1! irke's cl lim
would not be helped. The larije Doiujcrat
ic in.ij .ii y which 15u.il e and Caldwell
give cuiiii-3 principally from Caldwell. If
Kuike will join itself to Mitchell and Yan
cey, ami liure up this joint Uciuocratic
ni:ijority, it will liud that i. is not as satis
factory us when added to Caldweli'j ma
jority. In I.ut it is the old story ot the man
who climbed iit the loft and letl his wit-.-to
li,;ht the bear, and when Nancy had
vanquished bruin, he descended and ex
claimed in triumph, "Nancy a'int w? horsis
in a hear li,;!ii!"
lit la'J2 l',u ike's majoiitv for Cleveland
over the coribined vole of the opposition
was only sit, while Caldwell's majority was
and McDowell's majoiity for Clev, laiol
overall opposition was 25. Why then
s'loubl Uurke be entit'ed to a senului he
cause of Caldwell's Democratic uiajm ity.
if that were the test Mitchell would never
be entitled to a feuator, for she always
gives a Republican lus.jority, while she Ini
some ot the bravest, best and most patri
otic Democrats in h r borders that ever
Since his health is improved it is
thought that Gladstone will ic
su ne public life.
The treneral assembly of the
Presbyterians have found Prof.
Henry P. Smith guilty of heresy.
By a large majority, the faculty
of tiie University of Virginia lias
I.K-.VIS M ..;.l , I'KK: U.K.NT.
i r. M i.i i i ... .
"WESTEBIT CAROLIITA BA1.
ASIICVILLi:, . c
IlK-WiKXATKS) STAT II Ii:iOSITOUV.
CAPITAL $50 COO SURPLUS 523
We have SiMi-ial facilities for handling the business bf b'-il
! :inl ushers in Western North Carolina. Ifvoti haw no HnnV
were collisions, 02 derailments and j
." other accidents in which 28 per-.
They have a full linr of Clothing.
Dry rools. Huts. Shoes, Groceries
We sell as cheap or cheaper than
any house iu Mafioiu
A'e are here lo tiy. r.ml ask our
customers to come in to se us when
McCai.i. A- Coxt.ky.
This man lost his his head, also lot
voted down a report favoring the ot- j5arrnjns by not going to McCall or think of a change, we will Ih glad to have vott mrresfxinil w"r.'
admission of women to the acadeni- ;4-c :ile v?s. "
c schools of the L niversity.
The governor and many other
prominent -citizens of the South
met in Augusta. Ga., Wednesday
to devise measures for turning the
tide of immigration southward.
The record of train accidents in
the United States for April shows
that there were 104, of which Xi
w iii be d.i services at any of
l.rv Sunday except at the
( Lurch iu consequence ol
of the ho.-r-5 of abb
i l.i-: iv. ck, Marshall Kin ley
;iii.l Thomas Landis was el.
fiil hi. place.
Mr. Milton bailey. ( api..l.
.ii. In- wile, ilaughler and
k i-.ill.-, v.civ i-egi.-tei-ci
ilut. 1 I Ins week.
I. H r-
m v hi i verv fi-snec!. You can 11 ltd
all kiad.-i of canned goods, such a
t alsup, aople butter all llavors, w hit
wines, vinegars, etc., just anything you
The Hichtnond A Danville raihor.d
will sell S. If T. tickets 10 tioldsbnro
.J l.-jo or to t; recn-b-.ro :!'...".U am' return.
Tickets on sale .lime IShfo -'in!, in
clusive. Limit .l'..ne ."., isal.
P.oots or Shoes we aJl must wear,
Tli e -'...id w ill war, the had w ill tear.
Have patience folks and don't be scared
At t ne Piedmont can ne ri pan e.
It. W. Williams.
Ceo. A. Cilkey has just received a car
load of beds and liureau's, and will sell
t hem just ascheapas you can buy them
any w here. Call and see him when you
need anything in his line
Mrs. Norton has on hand a fiiif line
of IVathcrslone Corsets of every vari
etv and siv'.e. Cliiblrens, Misses' and
hi'idge on main st reel
Monday froni the sparks of
limine. I. n! v.as cxiiog'uished
t!;ui;tgc was iKeie-
night the beys were a
I' I icy thought it was the -lib
.I kepi upoinie a racket with
a Lev. policeman.
-.-list i i-ib-s arrives e n next
aiierno-.n. lie begins his
. in the Pre-byl.-rian
i... .1 - -u i :u 1 1 a. in.
, :i."i.ur t he nnprc .
! :i iriu.i-. .une a
I. ( . P.inl's o;!i.-e.
:..!,.! a-i-led by
h" i . i 1 1 1 y friends
1 i.'lile.l genl leinan,
--.e. el Merirautoii
1 :;n.N w i l ii bun .
ineiils in town
, iiieg in front
erected by his
. A. M. l'ii:::.;.
of that jr.-nial
, Mr. barbs 1".
were glad to
I adies'. For b..aufy of torai, uuramiuy
and case in wearing, it is unequalled.
Kvery corset warranted, 'rtie best cor
st I made.
The Kichmoiid A lbinviUo railroad
will sell S. K.T. tickets to Commence
ment at Daxieson College, Davidson,
N. C . at .'.::. Ticket
to l-!tli, inclusive
-.Mi i: A partner with $l.."i(Hto
iro liiio in.? men . no"''
Marion. Apply to tiie Hk-ki ofiice
for further inforiiiation.
;. IIe'i C':ttle V:tis!etl.
I prices lor good !eol
i'ndr the nlun u' K :.c p:: vs
tatioii adop'.et5 w ir.-nVi 1
Conieienee of ti e Mi thocist
Church, liisin-p Wilson will pre
side at the session of the Western
North Carolina Conference which
meets in Statesville November 2t,
ani also ;it the seKsion of the North
Carolina Conference which meebs
in Durham November 5th. The
Conference also transferred the
North Carolina counties hitherto
in tlie territory of the Virginia
Conference to the North Carolina
Mrs. H. I. Scherer and children,
if Laurhiburg, had a miraculous
escape from lightning on the 17th.
The I o!t struck in her room scat
tering plaster and glass all over it,
but hurt neither her nor her two
little boys who were sleeping clow
by. Her daughter was reading
in another room close to the bureau
which was struck and everything
on it destroyed. Kvery window-
pane, except one, in Mrs. Sh rer s
room was broken and the trann
thrown on the !ed where tho two
boys were sleeping.
liv-'l irrury coil it'
i-i.a Is -A'.hb-g
M:t..n-!l is i-odcst
sons were kilb-d and 8s injured.
Terence V. Powderly, who was at J
one lime so powerful as grand mas- ,
ter workman of the Ktnglii ot La
bor, has been expelled from the
order. He is charged with foment-,
ing discord and trying to disrupt
Mr. Bryan, the eloquent young
Congressman from Nebraska, has
announced his determination to
retire from Congress, and will not
be a candidate for re-nomination.
It is said that he has senatorial as
pirations. A wholesale dicharge of clerks
in the War Department took place
Tuesday. Secretary Itmont gave
notice to 3tM) employees, compos
ing one sixth of the entire force, in
the Department, that their services
were no longer needed.
Gov. Tillman, of South Carolina,
writes a friend at Spartanburg,
'"that as soon as the courts let them
alone they expect to resume busi
ness" with the dispensary law. lie
further says the State has made
over $100,000 clear money in the
MARION COPPER WORKS-
ESTABMSHKD IN It.
.us -li. iv hi-i-
ive 1 !' o':
on sab- June S,
Limit .June I, !'..
it Ii $l.r(Mi
1 will pay
T. ii. M.i- !iN.
A Valuable Iron Mine.
fall on or address
A. W ISKMAX.
Marion, N. C
Mi'. 1 it, li l'a lor. the singer, will
i i..- !:ij from Ashe ille. Let
i.f. , -ted with a large union . Iioir
"M. ; i. .. ..ii in nigh! in l be I'resl.y
V : ' -'r.i excursion Iroin A-beville
" M roii-h Wednesday goini; (o!
'r to takr part in the National j
:n I ay exercise-. It w a-com-j
1 --I 'i.oi oi ncirroe-. I
- ''b:''. ii will soon be connected
: 1'. ' '. rioi-.lloii by t tie i list ru meat
' make, ihc w hole world neighbors.
m l we will tiieit Has"
can- of coiumunic al ion
i:c4-ot-it World $1.50
Hv special arrangement we are eii
nbled to semi youTiiK Maimi.x Ki.coiu.
..,.a.!.. .w York WeeKlV oriu ioi
one vear for sfl.."0 in advance,
sci ibcrswho pay up of course
titled to this rate.
Mr. Hugh Brown left last Tues
day for Washington City, when
lie Went to join the UniaedStates
i m l:iime: Letters in Marion
J. M. Vaughn: Miss Carrie Tate; C
si i.ui,iie Samuel Ash: A. K. .1 1 muter
sou; Miss Millie Kim-aid: Mr. Thoma
Ausbjii; II. . Ardtss; .Miss .inn
.I ones, col : Daniel Sookera; Mary (
.1. C. Mr' 'I'kky, P. M.
The following list of watche
lie'mir held by B. II. Brookshier
two to four years, will le sold i'
reoaira unless called for within
thirty davs from date: C, Dar
ton. "Win! Liine, P. A. Coscy. Gatl
ilvs. S. A. Bowman. Gibson. B. II
Ballard. Cosby. Will Wells, lorn
(birsim. Loirun Jackson, Jann
Jamks B. Swindei.i..
March 20, 181)4.
rights Is it possible that UurKe m'j! 44 P""-' !!'Xi" "'P l''-'
has well crouu.kd claims lor her lie- j conspired to old r.'.;
uoei, Is for oilije and ih it her tipreuie j WOir.e
t ouit Jiis.ice, hsr rfupviior Court Ju 1.-, j aiu!
her Mate Treasu-er and Ch tiiiu.iu of the : WU.-j i
Sliue Kulav Jouii.iissio'i, au.l claim tor
United -jtxtes Senator to succ.-ed
Vance is but her rights ? Dees flic think
she s en'.iiied lo ail ih.Fe otlices because
she a.ljouis a county that universally ii'r.s
a large Deiaoc.atic in ijority, or ljec.-u.-c
he gives a e:y small Democratic mnj ir-
i L v heisell? Let our f-ieud- ia It urke take
noiher v.-w of the situation und concede
McDowell her rights, as has always
heeii don-: to burke.
Let our fi'.et.ds ieavc out tlej vote of
Caldweil, Mitchell an 1 Yancey and com
pare th vote of McDow'.ll and burke f.r
the past 10 or 2'J year-, and then h.-y
ill see that their only claim to a senator
this year is that liui e is east of McDowell
and geographically lies next to a safe
leiuocratic couuty. .McDowell is ci.iiih.1
to the Senator this year and there is no
uch custom as to give a county tiie Sen
ator oliener than sue is eutiile.l to,bec:u sr
he li.-s in thei-a-tera j.art cf llu ii strict
W'e have given away herrtoioie t') secure
harm my, but we do not think we should
d so ahvavs
Beairing and Fitting up liegistcr
ed Distilleries on short notice.
1 have Stills, Caps and Worms.
CHEAP FOIL CASH.
Guttering and Hoofing, all kinds
of Baths made to order, in fact any
thing in the metal line.
Sewing Machines repaired and
put in good running order.
J. G. MeN.vr;irro.'.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-!
I take this method of informing you that I have just - "
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, Hit: V t
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WAG0N8,
Kver brought to Marion.
COO It IXC anil IIKA'g IXJ NTOVI, Clood and I
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Glass, Paint-. -i':t
Paint It ru shew, XniN, Ilorwo Shoew At:
at wholesale prices to country merchants. 1 keep on hand .si.;
vei-l v hit'.
The negroes took Might
in t- I-avi'-, but th.e learter
wa;i caught and taken from an
oai--er r.mi lynched. More lynch-
iugs are expected to follow'.
Tlie work of taking down the in -mense
Ferris wheel, that attracted
so much attention at the World's
Fair, was commenced last week.
Ten weeks will bu required to com
plete the job. An idea may i.'
formed of its immensity from tin:
fact that it will require live trains
of 80 cars each to transport it to
New York, where it wnl be re-eret-
ed, and that ."000 tons ol metal
and 500,00 feet of timber aroused
in its c nst ruction and its cost
Messrs. Morphew ami Streetman
have consolidated 7.t heir drug stores,
and will conduct! first-classdrug bus
iness at Dr. Morphew's old stand. They
w ill al.-o establish a branch house at
llurnsville, to he managed by Dr. W
A. Elliott, a popular and experienced
J A. Mi Donat.d. Proprietor.
MA ft I ON, N.C.
SPECIAL RATES TO THE WEST.
The following special railroad
rates went intoeliect -Marcii 1st
First class limited rates via the
Missouri Pacific to San Francisco
Cab, will be as follows:
From Memphis or St. Louis one
way !fIi.ot. iiouno trip .?-ii..'
r,w,il fe.r (V) davs lo return, trood
o-oing one route and returning
For further particulars, address,
A. A. Gai.j.aohkk,
Southern Passenger Agent,
10. Bead Hous Chattanooga.
fvi jrice, finish and durability, have no e"
The- are warranted for 12 month.
- P. Jones?
CPAIG ) i
Prompt Attention Given to Work Ike
re-id. 11- is a
I..- is only sea
thai the Sri
t ow n
You can lell by our advertising
columns the merchants who have got
the best ami cheapest g.w.ds, for good
things will crop nut, and men who have
good things will advertise them.
We have received a communica
tion too late for this issue, suggesting
Cel. .1.1'. Morohew as a candidate for
superior Court Judge. Mr. Morphew
is ,,ne of ti e ablest lawyers in Wi stern
Carolina, ami has talent that IUs him
I for any position.
There is a coinmutiicai ioi: in this
i j.-uo er-b.rsinir Mr. E. -L Justice for
-:-a:i!or I'i'om this district No better
!s l-cti. n could be made if t he enl i.-e
NOTHE! NOTICE !! NOTICE!!
We are now in possession of the 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 its w hen in need of such prop
erty, . , .
Dale ..V Atkin.
il! cpc.i :
i he in v
:- i- a -t.
a. .Ics j.,-.
e is an
an 1 .
Valu:ilIe Present Tree.
We w.h to introduce uur System ril!?
ii.to every home. W e know ih il we mtn
ufacture the very best remedy on t-iirtu f..r
the cure of I'.o'isumptioti, liiliioiiiness. Sick
U.-adaei.e, Kulucv Trouble
e!.-. and that when vuu
ii's vo," tri.I gl-oby rei oaeuc id t!
i t r. i ii -zt --. ai ' in ''
Mr. Editor: I notice iw tlie Kecoi(I
of last week an article recoiiunendiiig
Mr. Ed Justice for the notnination for
Senator, to represent this district in
the next legislature. 1 wish to express
my hearty approval and endorsement
of that communication. I think Mr.
Justice would represent McDowell and
the entire district with honor to him
self and with honor to t he people of the
whole district. Mr. Justice is a man of
iine learning and of great intellectual
force, a line speaker and a genial gen
tleman, and in endorsing him for the
nomination I think I voice the senti
ment of all the Democrats of my town
IVill tiielvuike Ju3ie.
Nealsville, May 31, 'at.
Mr. Editor: As the Kecohp has
clearly shown that McDowell county
is entitled to one representative in the
State Senate, I desire to endorse a gen
tleman w hose liiiine has already hi en
suggested Mr E.J. Justice, lie will
make a line canvass, and also a splen
did representative, lie has the ahili y
to represent us with credit, and is pop
ular everywhere he is known. Uurke
county, as usual, urges a ilurke county
man for I ho man, but McDowell is w il
ling to give I'.itrke Justice in this case,
and Ed Ja.-ticewill make the district
j-roil 1 of it.- representative. Voteh.
Dr. (Jeorge Keid, nephew of the,
late Dr.J. T. Keid, will locate for the
practice of medicine, at the home of his
late uncle. Dr. oo. Moid received the
1st honor of hisclass t his year of a first
class medical college, of Kichinond, Va.
Mis decision to locate among us gives us
great satt isfact ion.
?Iaiioii Irtlii-e Marke.t
Corrected weekly by McCali & Coitley.
M akiox, N. C. March, bth, lsOl.
ie - - - - -
Col. Deans -Clay
E irgs - - - -Irish
i Sweet "
I iSatter ...
CLOSING OUT SALE.
McCurry it Nichols will
their immense stock of goods
eluding dry goods, notions
Having qualified as Adtnini-trix of
Dr. J T. JJeid, deceaseil, Uie oi Jir
Dowell county, N. . this is to notuy
all persons having chums agaitisi tne
estate oi sain ueceaseu in cini.... n"
to the uiidersisrned, on or before the 1st
day 'f June, A D IS'..,, or this notice
will be plead in bar of tliier reco.iT .
All persons iiulebieit losaiu esiaic
please inaKe innneuiaie a.i...
Thisillst day of Hay, 1".-
II- V Hrii, Ailininutratnx
J. L C. Iiird, Attorney
rdiiii?.t(s Fn i n ic l ed cs lo tlcp,
RETUBN POSTAGE PAID ON RE1; i
wm, tie jlwh,
MABIOIT. 1ST C
CHARLESTON CINCINNATI & CHICAGO 3 5
SAMCEI. MI NT, Ag'nt for Purchaser.
Time table; of the Charleston, Cin
cinnati and Chicago ICailroad, in ef
fect from and alter December 17, IWKl.
ANT) A VKaRVS SITLS'
Hakersville, X. C.
May, 2d.nl ls'.'l.
Editor Marion Ke.-ord : I saw in a
ne of your paper a coiam.un-
- ol. J. 1'. Mor-
jCHICAS6 r ,"T
- " Chicago.
- 10 to 20.
ice Chattahooga; SjK0XVni j
- A Vtour 1
.r.0c. XSV ?" dAw-uiu '
15 to 20. L.. ATLAN7A J
? T g L-ftEyiDIJt JAC0H
sell 4 JAa02tVIU !
in- NEwCai&MS StAugustihS 1 I
;m.; xohth 1 No. 3.1. No. 3
Lv. auidc ii
'at aw ba June.,
u li ickory (irove
' i'uttersou Sp'ng
" Kut h.-rfo niton
r. at Marion
2 3H pm
2 ' pm
t ()?. pin
12 ", pm 12 05 pm
1 OS pm 1 oh pm
1 i I pin
2 15 pm'
2 -i't pm
3 (ft pm
3 1!) pm
3 -ID pm
4 l-S ni .
1 2S pile
r, 15 pm
c. r.s pi n I
s 7 ol pm j
7 15 pnii
7 43 pni i
7 51 pinj
5 12 pnii
J :V) prn
to Urge I (i -pge illuior
ma'atine for lNLV 3(1 tl
mort.lil.ernl ifter llou. I
iiin?ii.ine refeired to, is a I. ..
ref.lfte with lorirf of I. .
tmvel. nti.l nhort iuternliic.
live sketchea ot ftct anil I...
l-t f 35 novels rr audi i
1 44 pill Urare Toward. y Kohert I . u
2 15 pill ! A blnckfiiiilh' Oaiifrhtrr
1'ierre; :ne't, a moat
M. T. tnbio': A Oi.ded .
To Si ia, by ih author u
3 HI pm The Truth i f It. I,y the , ,
;t 31 pin
3 41 pm
4 30 pm
4 15 pm
4 7.2 pm
5 02 pm
5 30 pr.l
5 40 pm
5 .Vs pm
; 15 pin
7 20 pm
s, Tori.iJ Liver, i
. , , . 'ration reco-iinieadn
i ph.-.'", to represent in
have in s
cost, if ;
and see !'
in l';.ct everything they
:t cot. p
o;i don't 1 r-'i-r
w it call
iuisii sot Til No. 31'.. No. 32.
THE ONLY LINE
" Kut herfordton
" Fori t City
" Moore. -bero
n 05 a :n
t OS am
a 21 am
a 42 am
a 52 am
10 22 am
I am prepared ! do ail the work 1m-
; Til rr t tin
1 it-.;.-.- !
i i f 'be irade.
nd l le red
" J'at lerson Sp'gs H :i am
' 'atawb.t June.,
Ar. al aiad.-n.
H 45 am
' 7 47 am
ft 03 am
K 21 am
a 00 am
10 45 am a H um
II 15 am 10 10 am
1 1 43 am 10 55 am
1 1 5i am II IS am
12 13 pm 1 1 Pi mn
12 25 pm 12 OH pm
12 32 pm 12 is pm
12 5o pm 12 50 pm
1 10 pm 1 10 pm
1 1 p:u 141 pm
2 :;c pm 2 30 pm
3 20 pm' 3 20 pin
Huh Coimnv: nb.i ihe Mi
ly, rather arnaaiionat, I. ..
Au.t in; A Heroine, li... .
Mm. Krurica II. Ini;
the poitular Marion Mitrlai-.i ...
try liuiay or Not Cui.ty.
l)oii(',e. .S.iee turbi.Js u. ti
other novel, but I hey ..r-m
higb pradr, p,.ntar, lo
icy. iiiteret.tiiij; iloriri.
Tlia 35 110 I a and the .'.. ... ...
Hon it-hold Toii-i will Le 1 i. t
your order ia nt-eird. 1 !.
you wi.li a n ami tea. 1
ong; ami will be jn .
the lioua hold. Send al 1.
lloi-XKiaii.il Tcpici I'te . .
II On New Vork Citr .N.
i 1 "
p in 1 ne
.,- Police, ( apt L.iii.ii-.
i-.b.!-.s ai.ut the city,
a.-i v it h a n al black
,:i;;er followed, in which
The K ' . 1 . T. Towles. of Mecklen
burg presbytery, Haywood county, has
lit-cn -lopping at the home of Kev. W.
II. White for a u-w days. Mr. lowies
is colncruiir for the Presbyterian
' Synod of North Carolina, in the sale of
' books and Bible- for the Southern I'res
' hwerian l'ublishing House at Ki-h-
.aicli- sc. i-( !y. bat not lataity ! nU)tl(1 Va iie wjn vi.-it the coagre-i-
hear with his pocket kniie. He I j,aiins ,,f Mr. White during this and
-.ani- Icarr.cd it was a ictbe.'.rbe- next week. He has some undeiiomina
::. :o Mr. E. A. I nomas. ! tional books.
ui tin. i.. i.-: to tr.. p'.i.f ." 1 ""'..c
arenci at o:ue. c will p.vr to cch pitson
w bo Sen. Is twtiity-tie cents in cash, or
tbi'ty cents iu rl uii;.s. tor a bos of System
I'llid, one cii' the following preMrni-: .A
llaiidronie iobl Watch, a good Silver
atch, a Vabnluabie 'i'cw a Lot, a (.leniiir.e
Diamond King, ;.l iiskct of Silverware or a
Genuine jii c0 iiobl Piece. Every purchas
er gets otic ol the nbove presents
are no excepiioc?
Uu herfo:.!.. N. J.
i. 1 11
Keme.lv Co ,
I .1 i.- .
i ii ia- ! n.ii and .;'l 1 1.
I I am -aristied that by re;
j many friends and popularit
ii the strongest 111:1.1 ia t':
tb.r cul l r.o.-.-iWv b rat
people know him to be a staunch Dem
ocrat and a nan who would make an
abl advocate "i" Die rights cf the peo
ple in the cnate.
A Dlm.u kat.
fi-nvTiNrrn to fovrih r.t:.r. 3rd c
Tiie liitmpi 0:1 Yoir rare.
Are 1--. u ; i.j imjuire h'o.!, nd will
e ver be tte.l t.:.i'.s roil clears it ate
;.; 1: -n 1 r. t-s s &'a .nriry. nolan
ic Il.oo 1 Kabn. the ereat blood iuri:.er ar.-!
Tor- i'-. ii what y t- e.d. O ic bottle mill
!f.ir viur ei tiipli x-on nii-1 purity yout
li'on I. "Try -f I'-icelt0 i-r I otl'e f'01
sale iy diiigists.
ri:C!.l'J l per year.
MS it TH EAST,
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
ASK FOR VOUa TICKETS VIA
QUEEN & CRESCENT B0UTE.
tRINEARSOM. G.P.A., CINCtNNATl.O.
Traips N-s. V-2 and 33 run daily t-i-c,'!
I nedr;. . .;.id trjlns N.. '.' an-l 37
; ) -i .--nr. !.iy - of.ly. No-, il and .'Sfi
: e 1 11 . ! '. with ll. e C. C. S A. at
1 1 .-.-. ill'!. N.,.-. 32 iitel 3.J "j:ino.-t
niiti the e:,iiard Ai. Line at Shelby.
At Kn blys. Old Point, King's Creek
j and London, t rains stop only on signal,
j Second Class trains, which also carry
passengers, leave 'amden at H:20 a. in.,
j and arrive at Kock Hill at 2 p. m. Ie-
turnhig they leave Kock Hill at 3 p. in.
and arrive at Camden at 7:45 p.
I drains of the same character leave
i.lacksburg for Marion at S a.m., ana
retnru at a 11 p. m.
S. R. Lt miN, fi. I. A.
A. X K 1 1- i .. JH 1 I L. : cud J t. .
MAIN" STRKKT, MA1.U. .
Keep in htmk ihe LM oi
KYK AN i)
V. IN hiS, Hi: AND IKS. 1 .
Respect fnllj to'icit a tht
CHAMP ELL' , :