nr S RUG Si
1 All iltll'iCtivd till!
' j i Fancy and Toitet
J y TnGPiGAL FRUITS.
drugs i mms.
McCall & Conley
extent! to their many friends
A mm NEW YEAR GREETING!
Wo take pleasure in announcing
-it ii'.cn.isHl facil ' i--s t: wrwymi
iSringua ALL YOUR mCDlTa
Anle,n Oo. Cher ';? thvi imy
v hr?r els-.? in Tat.)-
xud elefant line of
and a full hue
DRUGS Af-D MEDICINES,
MLIOlsr, 1ST- O, IFIR.-IIDA.'Y", J"TJTE 8 1894
LOCAL GLEANINGS. BUSINESS PARAGRAPHS.
of More or Less Import- i
l or lteeoi'1 Headers.
j'l,, u -Ml h'T is dry :im.1 orops are
t.iii. rinv rain.
r.nulv Maji-1 rate-; iiiH monday
tl) . . j f i nt ' Commissioner.-.
Mr. A. H. Cjlkey went to Ashcville
-- 1 1 : " attend Commencement.,
"1 j... r- will lci M-rvii-s al. the Cem-
tHi Sunday afternoon at 4oViix:k p.m.
. Mi Mat tii Gilkey returned from
-in -villi' We liM'sdriy ill with t lie meas-
Mi-- Matrif Hudgins,of V.'arren
i,,n. i- vi-it i titr her brother, Mr. Hnd-
. M, r-. .1. L. C. Iiird and K..T. ,1ns-
v,i-Til l A-heville Tuesday on busi-
iii - -.
The North Carolina Pre-s Convcn
lion will iin'i'l in Morganton it
Mi' Masruie -'olroy, of Morgan-
j r, s ! , .-, vi-iling her lister, Mrs. W. W.
M,:iie of our farmer-! have cimi-
n.,,-in fii i in t in g wheat, which is I timing
a 'mill cii'p.
- - Will Neal went to Aslievillv Tues
!i, to attend the Commencement of
-!ii'le l einale Seminary.
Mi ;. I.iiie N'.-al left Tuesday for
V. iii-t on to attend 1 a is S'-bool Com-
i i-iiii'iit mid to visit her daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Win. McCall, of
,,;-ili "o-.e. and a member of the firm
MeCal! A Con ley, were in town this
Mr. 1'itJ-li Taj lor, of Abbeville,
i- ;-i.:itT;.-tiii;-Ibe singing in the
gciist services, is ill at t lie home
.! Win. MT. l'.urgin.
This i eommeiieement week all
I the state. All of t he younr ladies
;it:d srenl leinen from Marion are ex
pected lioine this, week.
.I.e. M'Curry is oil on a business
j. in( barbate and other points, and
Ileitis at Interest iu Thpe Hani
Tlx; K eco Ri) $ 1 . per yea r.
-- I're h Mackerel at A. IJ. Gilkey &
Nice iine of children shoes at Mar
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Marion Hut lor spoke to a largo
audience in Durham Monday night.
Twelve person?? were wounded ly
a collision of eleUric cars in At
Bargain in Standard novels at I ."ilior(l county lias started a
Swindells. i movement for the improvement of
the county roads.
nr jr!i- iMt yoiinr man, d.C.tJrant.
i :.- i ii.ii-ire ol t lie rostoltii'.
Will White's little baby daughter
,;.-( Monday i.ioriiinsr and was buried
I ii.'.-t.:!. 'Ve tender oir warmest t-yni-(...ihiis
to the bereaved j!:t;-f!its.
There will be a pieiiie at I'ridjro
,ater ti fi iirrow, whieh was rotten up
ir. ;ree nnd Messj-s. Kd. Tale and
Ci.ldle . A plea-.itil ti'' is nntiet
o r (.enirv
Mes -iv. S.i:; J?y-;:ir.
ir.l I'snrene ;";;al, I'! -..!::
Tw enty pounds of sugar for $1 i
ni A I' r:, !.... . v.... I
' ""J .7ll.
A good Texas Cow boy Saddle fors al
eheap, aply at this office.
New line of latest etvle Alpiti-;
Hats at V. P. Itlnntoiis.'
Tiik Kkcori) and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for .!().
Mrs. J. 1. Norton is daily receiv
ing spring and summer millinery.
i . Four-oil net packages of Bruton's
Smiir at J. !. Norton's for ten cents.
Latest and best, the anti-lever eolar
buttoi) 2'. eents each at J. 15. Swindell's
Sw.';et Water Valley and TVl'ieo
Hour fresh, just received at H. (Jil-
key it Son.
All kinds of Fpringnnd Summer
dress 'joods at lowest prices at
ed Vh Variety Store.
A fine Une of ladies Oxford ties
and in fact anything in the line of
ladies line shoes. Martin Baos.
Tin lar-st line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
A first-clas: New Home .sewing
machine, equally as good as new,
for sale cheap, or exchange. Apply
at the Unfold office.
Tinware, (ilassware, Crockery,
lamps, Loo!:ing-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
T. A. White, t lie old and estab
lish -d wood workman can always
he found at his old stand, ready
to do anv anv all kinds of wood
work, and do it cheap. !
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters,
Buckets, Baskets and pictures
eheap at Medd's Variety Store.
J. 1. Norton keeps a lirst-dass
grocery in every respect. You can find
all kinds of canned goods, such as
catsup, apple butter ail flavors, w hite
wines, vinegars, etc.. just anything yon
The Kichiiiond & Danville railroad
sell S. U T.lieUets to Uold.-dn.ro
f II -jo ei' to Cre liS'Mi'o '."'. and I'-rti-Tie'.o'-t-
-n s:.!" .'iiu: I vat" iiud.
.i-.sive. I.iiti!-. .J'.ise ':''.
Secretary Hoke Smilh delivered
an address at the University com
Gov. Carr has appointed E. F.
Brahman, f Bo.- ton, a commission
er of Deeds for North Carolina.
The United Stales circuit court
convened in RaHgh Monday
Charles JI. Simonton and Aug. S.
According to the returns from
Ihe primaries in Georgia, Atkinson
w ill have 78 votes and Evans 02
votes for the nomination of Gov
ernor. It is said that the battlefield of
I Gettysburg is a veritable Mecca for
the people of the North. The
number that annuallv visit there
is estimated to be 1"0.000.
lion. Lowrie Bell, 2nd Assis
tant Postmaster General, voluntari
ly resigned his ofi'ic to take the
position of general manager of the
Central railroad company of New
Mr. Walter M. Busbee, of Ral
eigh, committed suicide at Wash
ington Sunday by takingopiuin. He
was found on the streets uncon
scious and was taken to the hospit
al where he died in a few hours. It
is supposed that he killed himself
in a lit of despondency.
Evangelist Gales is conducting
a series of meetings this week. Th
meetings are well attended and con
siderable interest manifested.
Wanted: One white girl for
waiting on dining room. Address,
MlEl'SSKT it Mil I.EK,
Bound Knob, N. C.
Clean up Yo?ir Premises.
All persons are required to keep their
premises elran. Those failing to do ?o
will be prosecuted.
13. A. Chef.::,
Cotinty SnprM'iniendei'i of Hea'Ci.
Wan'tk- : A girl for '.ya. r:
Hound K:ii'!, N. C.
What People Think ou Differ
Mr. Editor : While we are
waiting for the primaries and the
county e.Miventicn to select a can
didate for the next legislature. I
would like to name a 'man that
would lead the democratic party to
victory and would make a tru, -af i
representative. He has never as
pired to office. Since he laid ('own
his sword at Appomottax, he hrs
pursued a quiet farmers life and
his success at that honorable call
ing is self evident of his s:)imd
business judgment. While not an
orator of any great eloquence, his
reasoning on all business subjects
will at once attract and convince
the most skeptical voter of his
ability to guard their interest-in
the hall3 of the next - legislature.
This man is W. A. Conley, well
known to all the good people of
McDowell, and a man of whom no
one could any, but that he i a gen
tleman of the old time kc1ka)1
Democrats, this is a time to organ
ize. Don't let the little discord
that has been caused by the op
pression of republican laws cause
you to lose any of your party
fealty. But slick to the old tried
and true principles of democracy.
Men may change, but upon ita
principles alone rests the future of
Itoeky Vuhs Aews.
Misses Betly and Cordie Morri
son have returned from their visit
to Marion, also Miss Stella Walton
has returned from Greenlee where
she has ibeon attending school.
Winds and rains have been pre
vailing in this section accompanied
with a cold wave that chilled the
hearts of our farmers with fear for
their young crops. Poor wheat
crops on account of the early
spring blizzards, fruits and early
vegetation killed so that theout-
l.KWIS MaHDI X, PtF.tlCKXT.
I- P. JlcI; D, Ci'mtn.
AiijiEvii.Lr:. .. c
I5aJ..IT5'I f TATIi DEPOSITORY.
CAPITAL $50 COO SURPLUS $25 000.
We have Special facilities for "handling the business of Merchants
This nan lost his his head, also lots ' a'l others in estern Norlli Carolina. If vou have no Bank account
tt Conh'V s.
of bargains by not going to Aiecau , f .... ,.ni . . U) .. voll n-rA a
They have a full linn of Clothing
Dry Goods, Hats. Shoes, Groceries
. We sell as cheap or cheaper than
any house in Marion.
Wo aro here to stay, and ask our
customers to come in, to see us when
ill town. .
MARION COPPER WORKS
establisiied IN I860.
Repairing and Fitting up Uegister
ed Distilleries on short notice.
I have Stills, Caps and Worms.
' CHEAP FOR CASH.
Guttering and Roofing, all kinds
of Baths made to order, infaet any
thing in tlie metal line.
Sewing Machined repaired and
put in good running order.
J. G. McNacohton.
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
I take this method of informing you that I have just opened th
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARMING
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WAGONS,
Ever brought to Marion,
t OOS&IXC; and 13S: 1 1 J.i KTOVi:, jool mid Cheap!
iDoors, Sash and Blinds, Glass, Paints, Oils,
'ai:it Brushes, 2VaiI, Horse Shoes etc.
at wholesale prii.M t country merchants. I keep on hand a supply
look seems lreary to many, yet tlie
L;ird has promised, and bright
d ivs of s.tn-hi'ie and !:;pc inter- i
J. A. McDoxalj, Proprietor.
You can see vh to of her ereoU
A r:t cost; j'.:stc:?ll :.nd see our
.) i !s and )rivO ( v.nd couipare,
CELEBRATED PIEDMONT wAGONS
which for price, finish and durability, have no equal.
The are warranted for 12 months.
- Mr-. !!a Weaver and Mrs. I vi-
. , We.-tver, arrived on t he
-tl.-viiid ti-nin "yt'slerd-iy, and will
!- ;nl :i days at Mr. A. K. Weavers'
f .,-!'., re .-.; I iimiiig thvirway to.loues
i T-'im .
Tin:- ' will b" a ireeling in the
. ,;,,isi . lnii-ch on next Sabbath after-
a! o'clock for men and boys
i.nlv. AM over fourteen (1-1) years of
;e i.e ieest cordially invited to be
Pi- -en!. I.'vangelist (iaies will talk to
tlie in en and boys plainly and kindly
hunt plain duties. Let all come.
An l.pwia-th League will be or-v.-.iii.ed
at the Mctludist chuirh Sun
day aiteruooii, immrdiately bel re .ab
iath school. All the yoiuig people are
especially urged to be present. Mr.Tay-I,.;-.
of Asheville. will speak
i-iithe work of the upworth League.
!::;! o'clock is the hour. Let every one
- Me-tingof the Comity Magistrates
Mulay was a lively day for Varion.
I A cry pi inct in the county ivas well
n Wc---!iteil. The eon m v Magistrates
met for t he jMirpose of elect ing a board
of c oannisr.ioners and county Supt. of
I'Khlic 1 list ructions. There w ere .T2
MajriM rates present. The vote for
commissioner resulted in Ihe election
iM apt. lohn Carson. L. l Crawford
iml ti. c. Conley. CoJ.J. V Morphew
i- eL-cie.l County" Supt. of Public In--liu.
lion. Tlie tax for the ensuing
year ;i- levied t'.t eight and one third
cems less i han last year. A motion to
hiiiiilli iiuitv lu-uds was n-ade but
w I- l...-t.
Make your shirts at 'i home and
'"iv l''i.- 'lr-h Linen made 'special-
iy V r.osoius at W. P. Blantons.
M'-nuiin ohlers are working Un
i'. :! county, and the Monroe En
quirer says one night recently they
'all"d at the house of one of the
leading farmers of New Salem and
nsketl for lodging, saying: ''Like
the apostles of old we carry neith
er scrip nir purs-'." The gentleman
t' whom they applied for shelter
lioois or Shoes we all musl wear,
n... o-,,v,l ! 1 1 we.ir. Cue bad will tear. I
' . , ... . ,,., .I,.,,-, i,., . (..,.,. t Having quali!iel as Administrix of
Have patience folks and don t t"; -'' j , . T. (jP(.e.ls,.,i. late of Me
At the Piedmont can be repaired. , i()Vil.i con.uy, X. C . this is to notify
J. V. Williams. all persons having claims against the
, 1 estate ol saiil dewasttl to exliibit them
Ceo. A. Cilkey has just received a car j (() t(, ,,,,1!, on or before Ihe 1st
load of iieds and JUireau's,and will sell i :Xy tf June, A 1 IS'Jn, or this notice
them iu-t ascheap as you can buy them will be ph-ad in bar r thier recovery
u.vwi.ere. Call and see him when you 1 AH persons indebted lo sid estate will
11 ' . . 1 please make immediate payment.
. -IX , -f i!ie vou will so j where bargains are.
,o p;-i:r as vet Uil the ;u.n.-it j ,
. ,. ,. ) Mi Call it (e.XLi:v.
at Harmony Grove tor this year.
neither have they a Sabbath school, j
What has chilled the growth of t
need anvthiiur iu his 'me
Mrs. Norton has on ham' a lii't Vnw
Thislst day of Vav,
II- ". Ukid, Administratrix.
J. Ii. C. r.ird, Attorney.
of reatherstone Corsets of every vari
ety ami style, Childrens, Misses' and ValwaWc 8Veen(i Free.
I idi-'. For beauty of form, durability -,,
1 J , We wish to introduce our Svsioin I'llls
ind ease in wearing, it is imeqmilleu.
,MIU''1' " "c:",' r 1 into rvcrv bouip. We know thai v? m-ti-
.... Ml....i..ii rcli. tiit cor- i
i.er. oin , .future the vrrr be?t remedy on enrlh f.,r
All sizes, shapes, colors and
this church and its work we ask? i Prices, we are going out of the
Can the lack of brotherly love and i clothing business, and will give
unity of purposo be the cause? Pit.- ' Bargains in the line we have on
naele's new church, large corgre- hand, we could duplicate Jacob's
gation and newly organized Sunday coat, as spoken of in Biblical times, j
school sneaks of some sniritual life t Mc Call iv Coxley.
- -1- i.
in our midst for which we are
grateful. Will not 1 farmony come
Lost : A pair of gold spectacles.
tiie cure of t lonsuin jitien, lJillioiiriif.-s, Sick
The Richmond & Janvil!e railroad : neill;lt.u(. . Ki .!.,(m- TiouI.U-s, Torpid Liver,
will sell S. H.T. tickets to Comniencr- Ptl. . .inj lIl!lt wl.cu vou jiave trie l the e
nient at Davieson College, Davidson, .,-,jis ,ou v. i'l g!.i-J!y iceo.nnien.l them to
N'. C , at ijilJ.T."). Tickets on sal? Ju:e ti, : lit-or lake an aeeiu-y, ami in this way
to lit h, inclusive. Limit dune Ki, IS'.ll. ,vo tXA hve : large, w-j!l-iaying demand
to the front and give credit to its j A liberal reward is off
appy name, secure a minister ar.d j t this olHce.
ganize a Sabbath school?
Mr- James Allison, a blind
lergyman, gives us a plain and in-
tructive sermon once a month at
the Pinnacle. Mr. Allison though
blind is interesting in conversation
ind in the pulpit. Social.
W vxtki : A part ner. with l.r.t'Ki t o
go into the mercamile business m
Marion. Apply to the KK.cono oHice
for further inforination.
ood ISecf C utile VaneS.
I will pay geed prices for good toof
T. I!. Maktin
Koit Sai.i:: A Valuable Iron Mine,
Call on or address
S. A. W Isfmas,
Marion, X. C.
ISeeoa-a and World .I.SO
I'.y sjecial arrangement we are en
abled to send vou The Marion lii: oi:i
and the New York W eekly W orld tor
one year for $1..() in advance. C)ld sub
scribers who pay up id'eoiii'se are en
titled to this rale.
As i special inducement tor every reader
ol '.hid p iper to try llitss nils uini taUe an
Agency nt once, v.-e will give to each person
who sends iweniy-fi'C cents in cash, or
thi ty cents iu st imp?, lor u box ol'Systcin
Pills, one of the f'oihnving pri sutrl: A
Handsome Gold Watch, a pood Silver
Watch, a Viilioiluabie Town Lot, a (; tiuine
Oiamond King, atfiket t f Silvern-are or n
tienuine jr 00 Gold Piece. Kvery purcha?-
er gets one of the iil-ve presents. There
nre no exceptions. Ibiiaw KemeJy Co.,
CLOSING OUT SALL
McCurrv it Nichols will sell
their immense stock of goods in
cludiuir dry goods, notions' and
hardware, in i'jct everything they
have in slock, excepting groceri
will be sold at cost, postively at
cost, if you don't believe it call
and see for yourselves.
You can tell by car advertising
columns the merchants who have got
t Ik best and cheapest goods, for good
things will crop out, and men who have
good things will advertise them.
1'orket ISooli Lost.
I lost a leather nonie-maae , Are ct
used by impure Win"!, mid
nocket book in Marion, or on the i evi-r be well unless you ciai.s8 ii
I v ' Iwol,! ii on in i-iehtieee xnn liliriTP. Hit
wav from home there, which con- j ic' ;;:ooj ua!m, the prei.t blood puritier wmi
The ISiiuips on Voitr race.
mul n il
t lined some Yaluallo papers. A tonic, is what y u need, u .e i.ot:i i:
n i j clear your complexion ruJ punlyyou
liberal reward will be given any i)!o0(1 Try ,t. pnce ci Co ptr luttie. Fo
one who will find and return it to
me, or B. B. Price.
replied: "That is right, go on as Thig Jum, 5j T. B. Hemhll.
did Paul, traveling day and night
1 tlioring with your own hands ti Stoves, yes. and cheaper than
S'.'.ppurt yourselves that vou may ! ih w ood would cost to cook a hve-
n d lie chargeable to any man.'' ' cake on the old fa.hioned fireplace
Landmark. " j at McCall iv Conley 's. i
sale ily ill ugjjisets.
"notice"! "notice ! "NOTICE ! !
We are now in possession of the most
valuable mica property in Mitcbell
Yancey McDowell counties, als
line timber lands, audit will "pay the
northern capitalists and speculators it
call on us when m need of such prop
Dale & Atkin
uclaiiued Letters iu lariou
J. M. Vaughn: Miss Carrie Tate; C
S. Pest on; Samuel Ash; A. K. .limmer-
on: M.iss Millie Kincaid: Mr. 1 nomas
Ausbon; If. G. Ardiss; Miss Julia
Jones, col: Daniel Sookers; Mary C
J. C. MfClKRV, P. M.
That has ever been at NEBO, N. C.
The rapid increase of my
trade encouraged me to com
plete my stock in everything
that is generally L-ept in a i
lirst-class country store.
Come one and all and ex
amine, it is here impossible
to enumerate, ome and see
for yourselves a bargain in
evciythi"g 1 sell. L can ulo
furnish lumber und laths in
o T g utIHTIDIAK 45com ,
KEWCftlAHS toWST 1 j
CHARLESTON CluG!KKATl& CHICAGO 35 COMPLETE NOVELS
SAMUEL II ('NT, Ag nt for Purchaser.
Twin table el the t Iiarteston, in-, o n ,nr?e ,(. iih.mied .uouil.iy
cinnati and Chicago Uailroad, in ef- j nntpaziiie jr OXLV 30 CKMS. Thi in n
feet from and after December 17, 1'.':.
AXI) YKl:'ri sn;scT:ji'Tio.v
G3. 1 No. 37.
" Cat aw ba J une.,
" Hock iliil,
" York vi lie
iliekory (5 rove
?, () nin : 2 ;u pm
a i; pin f-3 pm
: to m : 10 pai
-1 t6 pmj -i i!l pm
4 "iS pm 3 44 jm
4." pmj t lm
C rH ion i 4 4-3 !ni
Patterson Sp'ngs 7 01 pmj 4 Z-i pai
" Shelby 7 t pM o o-' pm
" Mooresboro 7 4 pm ' R pii
" Henrietta 7 M p.m! 5 i pci
Forest City S V pm! 5 ."8 pro
" JiutlierforUton 8 'jspmi 10 pm
Ar. at Marion U 'M pin 7 20 pm
i Lv. Marion
THE ONLY LINE
most liberal olfer us Houseliohl Topic?, tlm
iiiKiCHZ.iie r fei red lo, is a h igh-cl.4i imper,
replete with Kluries of love, n irenturc,
O r. vel, me! tliort intcrefliii and innriK-
12 0." pm 12 Co pm 1 ,iv sKftidieg ol fut nod laucy ; and io the
1 OS pm 1 t-S pin j iit c f 3i novels i le such lreuuresu) ' A
1 J ! pin 1 it pm Ur.ue Lowiird. by Itobe.t l.otiit S'cvi tlf. ;
2 1 5 pm' 2 15 pai A LUcknuidi'ii Ii.vuhtir. -tiy Eiu VS.
l.i pm! .in pm rurcr; .Min-oa. n must pleasing story b.r
ii. i. laMu'; A oUileil mo unu Uetn ceo
Two Si 18, by ihe tiutlior of Dor Thri ve;
The Truth f It. l y the popular miler,
Hugh Conway; aini ihe Moorcbouso Tme
dy, intlier iseusationiil, by ilrs. June 0.
Aus'.in; A licr-jine, a delightful story by
.'lis. Kcjrecii H. I'Hvig; Wull lowers, tr
the poimbir ,Mrion Ilarlund, and ihsgrmt
story (jui;ir or Xot ' Ouilty, by Aninu M.
DougliKfi. SpJio turbids mtiitionili tht
other i.ovclt but they arc all ihe sni
high prmle, pi.pnhir, blight, t'jinitic,
picy iiiteretin stories.
The 33 uireis and the current issue of
HocseLohl Topics will be Kent you the d-iy
- I ,.. .; .A ti.;.'..;ii , ..
...... .. iui a, men
on; arid mil ht uioireii tied btr all in
l he hounlholil. St liJ ut once 50 cents to
Mouheiiolu Tones I'i c. Co., V. 0. llox
lljD Xih- Vork Citr X. V
any quantity desired at the! world's fair.
lowest prices possible.
a. ji Axyjs
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
ASK FOR YOUR TICKETS VIA
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
at A,ot the a. o.. i. t. t. o.. Q ret u 'a at y :; ). m.
CW..1. iU (in jm. tmmsUm u t. nmu. tmui, ( jj f .yiiptfl-c, ft. P. A.
VcTRrEARS0H,C.P.A.,CINCINNAT1.0. A.Tkii-1, upL-1'i!!l-iiJ-n'
8 05 am o ;." am
K'.tt herfordf on 0 OS am 7 4 am
Purest City !) 2! am s (ill nin
'' Henrietta li 42 am K 21 am
" Mooresboro 9 T.2 am S .-'.2 am
" Shelby 1 22 am J o am
" Patterson Sp'gs 10 XI uia U 11 am
" K.iris 10 45 a.n 0 IS nin
" Jila.'ksb'irg 11 15 am 10 10 am
" Hickory Orove 11 4.1am 10 .V am
Sharon II 'iiiam II IS am
" nrkville 12 13 pm 11 4 am
41 Tinah 12 'J5 pm 12 OS pm
" Newport 12 2 pm 12 IS pm
" Jio. k Hill 12 .'a pm 12 '.) pm
" C.itawb:; June, I lo pm 1 10 pm
" batiea-ler I -M pai 1 If pm
" Kershaw 2 '.'.' pm 2 i!H pm
Ar. at Camden. 3 H m 3 '.") :m
Trains Noa. 32 and 33 run daily ex
empt Sunday, and trains No.;. 3' and :t7
ran on Sundays only. Nos. 32 and 3H
Ii ivc conned ion witi the C. c. fc A. at
JK'k Hill. Nos. and 33 connect
w ith the Seaboard Air Line at Shelby.
At Roddys, OH Point, King's CreeK
and London, trains stp only on f-ioal.
Second Class trains, which also carry
pas.Misrpr, leave Cane'en at S:-0 a. m.,
and arrive at Kin k Hill at 2 p. in. Ue
l irn .z they leave JIuek Hill at 3 p. in.
andarri.e at Camden at 7:40 j. ni.
Train of the nwn1 elnracter leave
'Jlaeksb irg for Marion at 5 a. m, ami
M A IX STItE K r, M A U ION N. C.
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