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a nre Pointedly Printed
I'or Iterord Headers.
I. iit your taxe.
h.- fanners are bus' culling
Kolit. T.rw in, of Morganton, was in
ilJ(-. ity Monday.
Mis Justice is visiting her Imtli-
r. Mr. K. .1. .ImtiVe.
)r. M. M. Lanilrurii preached at
Tli rain inaUrr is sadly ueedei in
1 lii sfciion at present.
Ir. M. V. Morpliow went to I.ridge
walT Monday on business.
Sam Yancey, of Vv'omllawn, Tur
key Cove, was in tin rity Tuesday.
Kd. Tale, of l'.ridrewater, was in
i In.; ity Sunday attending the meeting.
I'U- editor is at Morjranton this
week attending the l'ress Association.
There will te preaehinjr in the
i ciiK tery on next Sabbath afternoon at
M). John Wood, of Ashboro,
iMtiiig his iiiiclv, Kev. I'rank 11.
Miss Molt, of Mt. Moune, IreJell
county, is visit ins her friend Mrs. F.
M is.s Jennie I.andis returned last
Saturday from visit ing friends in Hut h
irfnrdton. K. 1. Me( 'issick, proprietor of Mat
tery Park Hotel, Asheville, was in the
Mr. ('. V. McKesson sH'iit several
days in town this week attending the
iv ival serv !'..
Kev. V. II. Wood, returned from
an extensive trip in Rutherford and
j'olk counties Monday.
The Misses Yancey have been in
tin city for the past two weeks attend
ing the revival services.
Miss Maud Crawford left for her
home in Old Fort Saturday. She lias
lieiMi visiting Mr. (Jeo. I.ee.
We were glad to see I. J. Carter
and wife, editor of the Kutherford
Herald, on our s,reet last week.
-We were felad to weleome Miss
J iz.ie Neal home Sat urday from Ashe
xille, where .-he has been attending
Miss Kunicc Wood returned from
luirhani Saturday, bringing with le-r
her two neices, Misses. Hessie and lrti-
Samuel Hunt, K. V. (Iray. S. H.
Lumpkin, J. A. Maxwell and A. Tripp,
railroad otlicials. were registered at
Hotel I'lemmiiig Tuesday.
We call the attention of our read
ers In t lie adertiseinent of F. M. Scroggs
ol Western Hospital and Deaf iMimb
S hool of Morgantou, for sealed beef
Among; t lie arrivals on last Satur
day we were pleased to note the arri
val of Miss r.ontuo Ueid, of Asbeville.
She will spend some time visiting at
Sheriil' Neal's hospitable home.
J.C. (irant left Tuesday for the
iire ami limpid waters of the South
Toe, for recuperation. This is a warn
ing to the trout to leave the river and
go to to the woods for safety, and the
birds had better go north.
Mr. Kben Stenhonse, of Columbia,
S. '., originally from Scotland, is
.-pending his summer vacat ion with his
only daughter and son-in-law, Kev.
and Mrs. W m. 11. White. He is pleased
with this regiouand climate
In Another column our readers
will tl ml a communication from Mr.
W in. Karl Hidden, in regard to erect
ing a chemical laboratory in Western
North Carolina. We think Marion is
the very place hp is looking for. We
are in the most suitable place for its
An Kpwortli League was organ
ized last Sunday afternoon at the
Methodist church with a membership
of 23 persons. J. 1.. English was elected
President ; s. Y. Weeks, Mrs. A. J. Gil-
key and W. F. Wood, vice-Presidents;
Miss Kdna McCurry, Secretary, and
Miss Sal lie McDonald, Treasurer.
We are informed two men named
Mill Carver and Anderson, had a light
last Saturday with a young man scarce
ly grown named .Vace, near the foot of
the Hlue ltidere. Mace stabbed both
'"arverand and Anderson severely. It
is neneveu that Andersons injuries
w ill prove fatal. The parties were all
Our Democratic friends who are
candidates for the nominations in Dem
ocratic conventions would do well to
announce the fact in the Record. It
will only cost you five dollars, and we
will publish letter, from your friond3
endorsing you free. This country is
fnll of pure air and cold waicr, but
these alone do not stimulate a printer
sufficiently to enable him to eel up cr
ticles to advance the interests of individuals:
Joung man in town i-w.mi..
, ... ... -?wieiiie, ana while tlJ;.
nil rod need to
young lady, and bidm-
one of those kind that like to make a
good impression, was speaking with
all t he eloquence her charms demanded.
In his ardor he evidently said a littl
too jnch-nothiiig more natural when
speaking to a charming Hrl His feel
ings may be imagined when she said in 1
crushing tones. "I m ,,, . .
bail, (wasn't it. ) to give hini'such a
- On last Saturday about one h.m- !
..R-i.Mins garnered at the Uaptist
church, at Hridgewater, for the purpose
of having a nicnic. wbieh .. . .i..,.:
... ... i..juuuj present seem
ed to enjoy the occasion immensely,
and day, place and occasion will belong
remembered by many as one or tin
most pleasant of their lives. Pror. W.
K. Abemathy and R. X. Kineaid, Esq.!
entertained the crowd with speeches.
Pretty girls, music, love and flowers,
and a sumptuous table of good things
to eat, were the leading attractions.
John Krwin, colored, who was con
victed in the magistrates court last
week, for assaulting "Governor" Mark
Winters, colored, with rocks, with in
tent to kill, was on Tuesday taken from
jail and tried before Esquire McDonald
for living in adultery with Susan Jane
Winters, wife of the Governor, lie was
convicted not by the voice of one man.
but by a score of witnesses, and in de
fault of a bond of one hundred dollars,
was committed to jail. It was proven
in the former ease that John had threat
ened I'ncle Mark's life, if he (Mark)
indicted him, and he went to jail on the
former charge in default of $ 100 hail.
And now John sighs:
Don't weep for me dear Susan Jane,
Don't weep for your John,
The reason I don't come aga;n
I cannot give the bond.
We are reliably informed that a
capitalist from a distant State visited
our county to look at a valuable piece
of property and that he was pleased and
would have invested, and improved the
property and started a new industry,
but declared lie would not put a dollar
of his money in a county where private
gates were allowed across a public road.
He preferred to bereleived of the trou
ble and risk of getting out ol" a vehicle
to open and .shut a gate on the public
highway because often he would get
his feet wet in the mud and start a cold
or he might have an accident by bis
horse running oil", while he was engag
ed in shutting the gate. Now this is a
nut for our commissioners to crack. It
is well enough when crops are o:i and
freshets come to give temporary relief,
but to lix such an incubus on the pub
lic as a permanent trouble to them for
private advantage, is a matter for se
rious consideration. We have heard it
suggested that the County Coninii.-.-
ioners have not the legal right to ob
tiuct the roads in this way, in a non
stock law community. ut if the com
missioners do have the right, is it best
for the community at large ."is it good
Since the 1st Sabbath of the pres
ent month, Evangelist Western II.
Gales has preached each morning and
night to constantly increasing audien
ces. Services l ave tieen Held in tilt; oil-
tVreet churches, .iirviig-Iiening the
spirit of unity. The etlcct of the meet-
is decidedly better, wider and deep
er, than any held in Marion for many
years. AH classes have been more or
less concerned. Even in the mornings,
the largest church has generally been
about full. If about 125 chairs had not
been placed in the church, most of the
time, the people could not have been
seated even in the morning, which is
very unusual. The membership of the
churches are very much revived, and
we trust in a substantial, intelligent
way. Mr. Gales is wonderfully earnest,
sutliciently logical, properly and pow
erfully practical. Most and best of all
he is, it appears a very conecrated man,
who goes to the J'.ible only for the
"Bread of life'' to men. He is free from
tho new, patent methods of some evan
gelist, lie lias no disposition to count
converts too last. I'p to going to press
there have been about sixty professions
and re-consecrations. The meeting
closed Thursday night, The singer
Mr. Taylor, of Asheville, has rendered
very good service, botn as a singer and
worker in the meeting. So has also Mrs.
Gales, the accomplished, consecrated
wife of the Evangelist. Mr. Gales will
ever be held in the most grateful and
confidential remembrance of this en
entire people uf ail creeds, w hose pray
ers will follow him in his work, lie
goes from here to Asheville for a few
days, and then he wiii hold a meeting
at Spruce Pine, Mitchell county, X. C.
Kev. M. L. Kaylor will preach for
Rev. W. II. White at the following
places: At Greenlee on the Mh Sabbatn
a:so, at Siioam, on the same day at3;30
in the afternucn. Ihese servicee wi:l
Deininep ace oi me ijra ?aoDatn on
June, as Mr. bite is detained in .Mar
ion that day on account of the Gales
Lost : A pair cf gold spectacles.
A liberal reward is offered. Return
to this office.
J. Q. Gilkey wis in Asheville last
GEN ERAl NEWS ITEMS.
I'AltAiiKAVllI l i oit THE
iti'Coftu irr ni:iis.
Durham nnd Ilal;igh urc now
-onn-.-cttd l.y telepii.-no.
Tin; State Pays Association h in
convention this we.-k at Morgan
ton. Suitor Walsl, introduced a hill
for a iNTiiKmont National Exhihi-
tloIi ut vgton.
v. Dr. V. T. Milhurn, tl.e
Ulind Man Eloquent and chaplain
of the U. S. Senate, lectured at
Cashier Drenizor, of Collector
Carter's ofhVo, rejxirt.s that the rev
alue collection for the fifth dis
trict of Xortli Carolina during the
month of M!ay were $94,528.80.
Senator Gordon Monday intro
duced a bill in the Senate appro
priating 50,000 for a building at
the Cotton States Exposition at
Atlanta, C,a., ami 150,000 for the
maintenance of the exposition.
Vice-President Stevenson, left
Washington last night on a special
train over th:j Richmond k Dan
ville Railroad for Charlottesville.
Va., where h wiil deliver an ad
dress at the University of Virginia
The Chesapeake, Ohio & South
western shops at Paducah, Ky.,
have shut down, throw ing overoOO
men out of work. Eight trains have
been taken oil' one end of the road
and six on the other. Scarcity of
coal and fulling oli of business are
the causes. .
At Preeden, 10 imle south of
Huntington, V. Va., five young wo
men got into a ight Sunday even
ing and in the melee used knives
and pistols. Mrs. Lizzie Maynard
was killed and Jennie Morris mor
tally wounded. It is thought that
the ali'air originated from jealousy.
Coxey and Prowne went to the
capitol yesterday, using the as
phalt walk instead of the grass in
approaching the building and spent
sometime in the senate gallery.
Prowpe did not wear his theatrical
leather g"it and consequently the
two Commonweal leaders attracted
The ruin waiehor.se of J. T.
Thomas, Son Xr Co., of Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., covering almost an acre
of ground, gave away Sunday night
and thfj building, of corrugated
iron, is a complete wreck. The loss
will approximate $10,000. At the
time 00,000 bushels of grain were
stored in the building.
At a meeting of the board of di
rectors of the I'nion League Club,
of Chicago, held Monday, tinal ac
tion was taken in the ease of Con
gressman Prnckinridgo's honorary
membership in that organization.
A month ago the directors voted to
strike his name o'i' the roll and ns
no defense had been entered by the
colonel, the action of the director
ate was put intoelleet.
!Vo I.outjev 12ic II. & D.
New Youk, June 1. It is relia
bly learned that on July 1st, there
will be a reorganization of the
Richmond & Danville Railroad sys
tem by which the name will be
changed, and it will no longer bo
known as the Richmond and Dan
ville, but will be the Southern Rail
road Company. This arrangement
will not at present affect the re
ceivership ot the Charlotte, Colum
bia & Augusta, the Georgia Pacific,
or the Columbia & Greenville, but
they will be included in the new
system when their affairs shall
have been settled and placed in
such shape as is necessary to that
end. Tho new regime w ill go into
effect Julv 1st.
Waxtkd : A girl for general
hotel work. Address,
M tEl'SSKT &. MlLLEi:,
Round Knob, X. C.
As You Sow So .Shall You Heap.
Last evening about dark two po
liccmen went'ed their way to the
lock up, having m charge a man
who, live years ago, was earning
$5,000 a year as a commercial trav-
In those days lie dressed hand
somely, was a prince of politeness
and a superb salesman. Xow h? is
out Gf a jon, penniless, and almost
j a" outcast, with old age creeping
' over him
i or two or three day he has been
on a drunken debauch, and yester
day evening wad unable to get away
from a tdcphohe pole, too drunk
Liquor never vet tailed to get
f tho o1 a mat! if he vnY sticks
O, FRIDAY, CTTJIsrE 15 1894
Old Fort News.
We are glaJ to welcome to O.d Foi t , tli t
C;tirnaLle ent-Dian end skille l jdivsician, '
Dr. Benjamia L. Ashworth, of Fnirview, j
N. C, who 1ms located in our towu. Ilr. A. j
is a graduate oi Baltimore College of Phys
ician ncd fc'urg'-ors, lias had two yean of
successful practice and ccnis to us big!.
ly rn-on. mended. We wish liira ncse g
and f.el pure that his nierMs" tv:il descne
It is li it, dry, dull and duny here, fi:1i
no news of any moment.
Wc learn that fanners are worki g very
hard, toru looking lairly well, tbongti in
sows localities rain is needed.
We have had Iie pleasure of meeting Dr.
0e. P. Ueid, (nephew of our lamented
friend, the late Dr.-John T. Reid ) who h.n
begun practice in this section. Dr. R. took
higli honors at his txaminr.tiou.an'l is well
prepared in all branches of his pro'ession.
We extend a hearty welcome and feel that
with him and Dr.- Ashworth of our town,
the lives of the people are in guod hands.
The thanks of the "If. I. C' and th peo
pie coi.-jpufinr; their audiences a.e due to
the OM Fort orchestra, which under the
leadership of Mr. J. II. F.lalock, has uis
coursed "sweet music'- at their several en
tertainments. The Mutual Improvement Clab, of Old
Fort, rive their third performance on Sat
urday night, to a crowded house, the pur
pose being to raisj morey to put seats in
their new hall. To the c'.crer family of II.
West i man, Ksq , is much of the cieciit due
that we now have a suitable dace for dra
matic Ar.d other entertainments, fitly ar
ranged with a good stage, dressing rooms,
and a droo curtain beautifully painted by
the hands of the artistic Miss Westermann;
and not only hag this been done, but the
same young lady shows much managerial
capacity in each tppenrance of Je M. I. C
We can not in this t-hoit notice speak ot
the merit I of each actor; the epplause ol
the large audience showel that every one
did we'd, and as it is the intention of the
club to appear in Marion some time next
week, (probably the 20th inst.) we will say
that if one wishes to spend 'a pleasant
eveuing this wi.t be a rare opportunity, as
a ''Morning in China,'' and the roaiing
farce of the '-Village Doctor," are alone
worth the small admission fee, not to speak
of the declamations, dialogous, etc.
Old Fort, N. ('., June 12th 1S91.
Pits. ITlurllia Jane Fiesrll.
Tne subject of this biograplib al skvtch
died on .March tLe 14th 1894, at the lei
dcuce of tier l ite sister, Mrs. A.u.-iud i Kail
ey, and o;: the fullowiu day was interred
in the M.-itioa Crmet-.ry, the fanetal service
having been conducted at the home.
She was the dtughter ot Mr. 1 hull) is K.
mid Mrs. Marv Collins, of Spurt uiburg
r.junty, S. C . previously of York county,
In bis d.iy, t.er father was one of the pil
ars, as an elder, in the Spartauburg Fres-
bi teiian churcii.
tiUo was born nt Yorkviil,S. C, in 1822,
here, at her death she was about 72 years
of age. She was educated st Newberry, S.
C, moving thenco with her parents to
Spartanburg in 1837, where at about 15 or
lb' years of nge ehc connected heiself with
the I'tetbvtci-iau church.
l-nring the grei-.t civil stri!'.-, ia 13G3,
both of her parenss being dead, she remov
ed to North Carolina, McDowell county,
where on S,rpt.2'th 1S70, she uas m.-uiitd
to Cnpt. Ilcniy Prcsnel), who s.iii survives
her at about 84 years ol a;e.
.'he Ut three years of her life was spent j
with her sister's children, Mrs. oe I oteU j
and Miss Mattie Uailty. Being prcvei.ted
from "housekeeping"' by the blindness i.f
Ilei relatives "always thouiht of her
with the most tender affection for her
kindness of heart, and prized her for her
real worth of character.
lSesides the relatives mentioned, and
otliers, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Julia
Mitchell and Airs. James, the r-ifeofa
l'resbyterian minister, Kev. A. A. James.
of Pacolet, Spartanbuig county, S. LV who
was the first pastor of tfce wiiter.
Her neighbors speak of her as having
beeB one among 'he most pious persons of
the community. Wheneer the light of her
life shun, it shone for Christ. Mrt. Frcs
uell was strong in what ia collet the gent
ler virtues (really the stronger) meekness,
patience, love for the true,'etc. She bore
uncomplainingly in trial and cuTtiuated
thvirti:s wh ch 'make far peace.' In
ner last illness she gave most plain evi
dence that her pious lite had fitted her for
dying, for she had no dread, but a confi
dence of triumph in her savior in crossing
llie -raging, turbid waters of the Jordau.'"
"O grave, where is thy victory; O death
where is tby sting?-'
"O for the dea'h of those,
Who slumber iu the Lord!
O be, like tl-.eir., my last repose,
like theirs my last reward."
W. II. W.
Marion, X. C,
Ordered by the court that all
persons owing taxes an I .receiving
county claims of any kind whether
witness ticket?, jury ticket?, half
tee tickets or any other county
claims, must present th.Mn to the
County Treasurer for payment, or
iiH'iisiuci iii oe, aim is nere-
by directed not to pay the same,
when they have " been transferred
to other parties.
J. C. Bkown, Cierk
iioard C'ouuty Conimi5&ioE.ex.
Item of Interest i These II:n ,l
The IEeoi:r $1. per year.
New line of latest ntvlu Alpitf
Hats at YV. 1. Wantons."
ihe kkcokd and Atlanta W
Constitution one year for $1JX.
New line .standard.paper novel
just received, six and eight cent
each at Swindell's.
All kinds of Springand Summer
ttress gool.s at lowest
Medd's Variety Store.
Think of it a 400 page cloth
bound book Aldine edition lor 11
cent", at Swindell's;.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
J ust received a fine lot of m port
ed kippered herring, boneless pig
feet, and a nico lot of French cand
crackers, oranges, ami a keg of
apr icott cider, etc., at J. 1'. Norton s.
T. A. White, the old and estab
lished: wood workman can always
be found at his old .stand, ready
to do any any all kinds of wood
work, and do it cheap.
The Jiiehinoml & Danville railroad
will selU;. i: T. ticket to Goldsboro
if 1 1.20 or to i roensboro $0.50 and return.
Tickets on sale June lsth to 22nd, in
elusive. Limit June 25, 1S1U.
Hoots or Shoes we all must wear,
The good will wear, the bad will tear
Have patience folks and don't be scared
At the Piedmont can be repaired.
li. YV Williams.
The Hiclunend & Danville railroad
will sell S. It. T. tick"i to Commenco
merit at Davieson College, Davidson,
X. (! , at $3.75. Tickets on sale June s,
to lltli, inclusive. Limit June 16, ls!4.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters,
Buckets, Baskets ami pictures
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
The Kiclunond and Danville Kail
road will sell S. li. T. tickets to Annual
Session (irand Lodge K.of P. at Salem
X. ('., and return for !f7.4r. Tickets on
sale June ISth, 10th and 2Jih. Limit
June 2:ird 1!U.
The largest line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
Waxtkd: One white girl for
waiting on dining room Address,
MlKi'SSKT it MlI.LKI!,
Round Knob, N. C.
The Richmond, and Danville Kail
road will sell S. Ii.T. tickets to Annual
Meeting' of Xortli Carolina State Fu
neral Directors Association, at Winston-Salem,
X. C, and return at S7.4".
Tickets on sale June Hth, l:tli and 21).
Limit June 23, lS'.U.
lean up Voitr rrruiUe.
All persons are required to keep their
premises clean. Those failing to do so
will he prosecuted.
15. A. Chekk,
County Superintendent f lleallh.
Itccoid :uui YVosUl 1.50
l:y special M-raiiiTi'ir.i-ia v.e are en
abled to send yoii'l im. Ma!C!u. Kkcoki
and tin' Xt'iv Viirk V-ekly World for
one year tor !.;o in advance. Did sub
scribers who pay no ot course are en
titled to tins rale.
The ISumps o Vo:ir "ai-e.
Are c.niseil liy impure bli)id, and will
lu-vcr be well U!lle yuu citu'ise it mid
b:iild it up in ricii net5 ind (unity. Botan
ic l!oud Ualm, 'lie great biuod j u ; i tie r and
tonic, is wimi yi u net-d. ' U.ie bottle will
clear your i.-i.nipk-xion and purity your
blood. Try if I'ncv $1 00 p- r bott'e. I'or
sale dy di nSls.
xotick: xotice:: xotick::
Vv'e are row in possesfioii of the mo.t
valuable mica property in -Mitchell,
Yancey and McDowell counties, also
tine timber land-, audit will .pay the
northern capitalists and speculators to
call on us when ia need of such prop
Dale & At kin.
A. McDoxAi.n, I'n-prietor.
You can see wh re rtlnr people
S'll at cost, just call and see our
goods and prices and compare,
the you wiil se? wle-rc bargains are.
M Call it Co.L;;r.
All sizes, shapes, ci lors and
j Prices, we are going out of the
c'thjn.T ,Uripe- cm! wi'l
Bargains in the . line, we have "on
hand, we could duplicate 'Jacob's
coat, as spoken of in Biblical times.
McCall & Coniy.
is Ji.u!f, I'l.-Ksii.i N1.
I ami i: villi:, . c
i CAPITAL $50 000
Vl! M ecu; !i:c.;il;. f..i- 1.
' ""'" wi - i.-.ivm ss ot .Merchants
1 others in UVstern North Carolina. If y,.t have m, Bank account
oi uuiiiuit a change. ie wiil be r,u
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I take this method of informing you that I have just o,ed the
LARGEST AND iY03T COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARMING
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WAGONS,
Ever brought to Marion.
lOOHIXU and KBCvtTIXfa KTOVIW, io,I and heap!
DoorS Sasli and' Blinds, Glass, Paints, Oils,
laint ISrusheN, XaiN, Elorsc !e Ac.
of ,.-l...l..,.i . . . ....
ut iwum-Miiu pnees i'i country merciuuits. 1 keep on l1:uui a
.-.--'-vs. I .' I ir- v -f i'- . . i --y
CELEBRATED PIEDMONT wAGONS
which for price, finish and durability, have no eijual.
The are warranted
OI HA WST ST li 13
TJiat has ever been tit NEIJO, C.
Tlic inpid iiKMcasc of iny
trade cncoiiraawl 111c toctin
)lctc my stock in everything
that is generally I:ept in n
tirbt-class country store.
Conic one and nli and ex
amine, it is here impossible
to enumerate. ome and sec
for yourselves a bargain in
eveiythi"g I sell. I can also
furnish lumber and laths in
any quantity desired at the
lowc.-t prices possible.
G Jf. A XXIX
35 COMPLETE NOVELS
NKATI.Y i;or. J),
AM) A YE.lH'.S Srn.SCIilf'TIOV
'o a I:rpe 3G-r: illustrslc J monthl
magiizin' for ONLY 30 cKNTS. Tlii i! n
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