attractive and elegant liu9of
,i)-y a Mil Toilet Article, 2.L0
TROPICAL FBUITS. ami a full lino
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
at M. F, MOKl'JIKWS.
McCall & Conley
i-Mi to tbfi" mny frii'jjda
A KAFPY NEW YEAR GREETING!
W e take pleasure in announeini
our iiu-r. atl favi,i'i..-;trveyou
Bring us ALL YOUR IMIODUCj
And get Goods Cli.'r ti.j;i any
whejv t l.-,e in T..:i-
IM ,ns of .Hore r Import
,, l,int8ly Prisiu-d
lor Kt ronl Headers,
u-. M. .):ii"-; is veiling in town.
im.ii'I fi.rget tin- lojjetTt Mond;iy
Will N. ;il aiiil W.V. P-'Hiit on spent
,l. lib at A-li'-vi1'-
'Ji.- -4 li-iij' of tiw Ii.fc. IwiJI
t. chunged ;;-xt wcuk.
lis Mat tit? Burifin is i iitin lier
IMIRTOILST, 1ST- G, XJDJIT, CTTJIL. 6 1894
On Saturday morning Jim; ;joti
H.Clay Siskslmt mid kilb-d 15,-rry Lane
son of Lafayette Lane, m-ur lirindle
town, in llurkc. From tin? ri.,.a?re
reports i.Ltainalilo it seems tliat Lane
k4 w hipped Sik that morning early,
Mid was about to r-'p-af the pe'rforni
anee. Lafayette Lajw. father of the
friends sympathize with Iiiru in his
trouble. Jearn that Sisk Went home
after the kilji- and up to tlie present
time we liaienot heard t hat he ha
'the organ men have left
Vrs. .(aiiusf Morrw.
.C.,I. O. Ib Hh'ker, of Jd Fort,
v:l, in the rity Wednesday.
,Mr. I.'M Saijdlin and :n, of Ohl
j ,-,', were here Oil tin ltl.
1, ,m Hal-' of t In Ki'.eoi stif wa
tj-iiit.gi: llurkc Jart ttvk.
Mi Mamie- 11 iw, of Gastonia, U
1 in -at Kev. T. J. lingers.
Si-vi-rnt eommiilitt-atious ve;-e this
xv.-. k erowded out Uif la k of sjyaee.
See the letter In Mioltier e.olunin
,,l,ep.il.)ieof 1. X. Lmion & I'-'"-
Samuel L. Atms, a represvnta
,ivr..fthe C)jarJiJt, Observer, was in
The Mayor's wurt U thimr, a bi(f
,,,,-iness I his week. The eollee lt wiJ
1. UiiM uiiit-t aloiitf the Pofomac
and pea reigns.
ifvi.ii BerrtW a ghost, Ki to
ihe-hoM jiariy to-night a the Kauipe
j,ue on G,in!' stn-t.
fiirlis has a tact at hin
,., i ,r if ou don't believe it try
)n, ..da water at the dm-st n.r
Theeon. ert Monday nteht by the
m 1 c . Old Fort, is for a worthy
'. 1 ..v.tv ..iu should jfive it their
I it tie Arthnr Fraz'nr.son of apt
1 A l azier, says he went JLshin last
w...U with the liveliest erowU he ever
had tjje p) :i-ui'e of met'tiuj;.
-on last evenin- Dr.atwJ Mrs. Lan
,',imi. ente t ""l a l:il,.V
.vi-nd-i in a most delightful manner at
Iheir hojiu CarOeii street
-.m.1oiiv ifn'w fastiion potato
1 arrived iii tliis vicinity last week
...m ....... ri it... notato crop e-era.'ly
p,d aloiijt- their line of mareh.
I. Mood on the hrilKat miduiRht,
As hot as a hornet's nest,
1 , ..old i.ardly wait for I he tixht.
And everybody knows the rest.
Mrs. i'. F. Crilhiitfa former aeeon
... . . -i ... M ti arrived iter
purlieu ii'-im i" '
Mon.l-.v fro... Washington Cit.V. She
ivai...-l U-i-e .V Mr. t;ri5n,ni Uwy
l. li TiieMlay for Spruce I'ri.ie.
I. N. l.eiion ami wife returned
,,.. tl.eir bridul tour to the northern
.-ilirslast Saturday. They took m all
heights at Uastiini-Mon and Balti
nirc. 5ir. Lomoii l;ou-ht a lar-o stock
;.f .mm. Is wliil.' north and is now open
ing them up lor .sah' at Streofman's
- Newsn ached Marion Monday of
t he sudden death of Mr. S 1L Wiley, a
pri.inin.-iu bn-iness man of Salisbury.
Hist vo sons v. ere in M itchell, and a
messei.-er convc.ved the news to them
1 mm this They reai'lin! Marion
about:! o'clock Tuenday Jiiorniti-and
look a freight train for Salisbury
m....:.... t , wi.ro No. 47 I O. . F.
mi their reirular inecj in-' .Monday night
(..Mailed t he ,li.. in-elect tve uMiccrs
whieh had been ejecteil for the ensuing
, ...... v 1 ..e .ti: W. K. I.as.di
V.t;; J.i;. Nichols, Treasurer; "Win.
Sweeney, Secretary. The ' '
m.urihin!' condition, and Odd Fellow
Miip is -niwin- raj.itlly Ditoii.i.out
The Mutual Improvement Club, of
Old Fort, will give a concert hi the
Court House Monday ni-ht duly !lh,
f,.r the benclir of the Vance Monument
Fund. This will he a repetition of the
concert Riven by them in Old Fort,
.-oiuetime atroanil is well worth feeing.
The concert will be well worth the
nrice of admission tud is fl worthy
let us eive them ft crowded
)itiie. Kvery one should go. AJtnif
i..i. lit and 15 cents.
We have been rejueted to con -
in -tit upon the had nr.duvt t tne
Marion bos. and to write an essay on
1 h..v to raise boys." A we have never
raised any, and have seen but few suc-
cesM'uIly or protitably reared, we de
eline the task. We would also add that
if parents are willing to sil quietly and
see their boys go to the devil, it is none
of our biiMiiess. Idleness is the devil":
Hf.rkshop, and the boy, like the mule
needs plenty of work. We will sny that
it would perhaps be a good idea for the
a'.dermen to pass an ordinance requir
ing tlw town marshal to put the boy
all in bed at 10 o'clock p. m. An ordi
nance i.irt.iibliii'r jinv uersoii under '2
years of age to go on tin streets afte
that hour, unless a legitimate reason
be given, would be a good one
T.est Banjo and Guitar Stri- g
!o not think tliat .e
Kcoito is serenaded every day and
nigh.t, and all the time, by cow-hells
around our windows, that it is because
of our popularity or that we love music.
Neither tdioiihl jou tliink that because
we lay awake all niht anl listen to
the i:o-bcjJs, w ar. frpe ially fond
of musie. It i H4jt tliis. hut we listen
o it because we cannot sleep, nnd we
now desire, in lndialf of a non-music-
viig town, to enter a protect against
that wearing of bell by cows in town-
W'v condemn it as one of the evil.-) of
the day, and a terror of night. We ap
peal to the board of aldermen in the
name of a peace-loving a nd long-suf
fering community to unbell the bell-
ou, and let her go 111 the even tenor
of her way, seeking a weak place in her
jwltfhbor's garden fenc, or outside
grass while it may he found. Let her
limb into tht wagon of the country
man and steal his last bundle of fodder,
at the cabbage that the shop-keeper
hangs out for a sign, chew the light
summer coat which hangs before the
store door as a sample, eat the gardens.
hook the children, ornament and beau
tify the sidewalk, but in the name of
peace, health and chaste language, dis
possess her of the privilege of wearing
musical instruments w hich never cease
to phi", a.'id never change the key or
The populist party met in convention
'uly 4th, pursuant tothe call of county
Chairman, A. .J. Dula. There were six
peoples parly men present, who sat in
iid..'t he court house bar. S or 0 Demo
crats and one Republican sat outsidf
the rail as .spectators, 't he convention
was called to order: and a motion
inad that lie v. J. ('. Iirovvn be elected
chairman carried ayes li, noes 0.
Mr. Brow n f(io!i ih:.' chair and made
a few preliminary remarks.
I It was moved that A. J. Dula act as
oeretary of the convention, motion
arried, ayes f, noes 0.
M. ;. I'endergrass moved t.o admit
How to Advertise a Town.
There are many ways to adver
tlne your town. We submit the
following, after reviewing the
pat-t ami contemplating tho jires
When you Bee a stranger within
tho gates of thw city, B'ek his ac
quaintance, and if you learn that
he is prospecting with a view of
locating here, with hi wife and
children, tell him about all tho
sickness of tho community first,
curse the schools out, and slander
all populists present to seats in the your neighbors,
invention, motion carried, eyes G, If you rind ho wants to buy land
noes (i. tell him the late boom and land
The 0 faithful sat still hut no re- agents killed thi; town. Don't
emits joined them. forgot to mention that the title to
A, J. Dula moved that an executive tho piece he wants is inferior. If
committee be selected to serve the en- it be a farm of 200 acres 'with a
I good thousand dollar house on it,
be sure and tell him that the
whole thing isn't worth $500.
If he inquirer! about the church
es, be sure and tell him not to at
tend, that big organs are flying
through the air, and one might
If he is a secret society man;
and inquires about tho Masons,
tell him we have plenty of brick
masons but their chimrevs all
4th July Picnic.
The glorious Fourth was celebrated
by the people of Marion with a grand
picnic at liuck Creek Falls. About 75
or SO people repaired to tli.it lovely and
romantic spot to enjoy themselves
Kveryone, big and little, were in the
b-st humor, (and some in the water)
pleasure anil jollity reigned supreme.
F.atables were abundant- and of the
best, tuiie an array of geod things
were present ed tothe view of the linn-
suing two years, motion carried, ayes 0.
Committee was then named. At tliis
point Kev. J. '. Drown invited all per
sons present who expected to vote the
populist ticket to come forward and
participate in the meeting. No re
sponse. The faithful ! sat still, lie
also invited the reporters to come close
up so they could hear everything and
report it correctly.
It was moved that the nresent chair
man act until new committee meets smoke, and he had better not build
and orriinizes. carried nves (i. noes 0. I he 1'
The chair stated that next .in order It lie aJcs about public enter-
was the election of dele-rates to state prises, don't mention anything
i ..i ... 1...1- t. ii i.:... ii i l ai
convent m. M : l'i.iiilrirr n.i.ved I else, IIUl It'll JUlll UIWB UUOUL IV
that the chair annoint 3 ilelesrates and distilleries in the count', for in
s nitern.-.tes to thU con vent ion. c.ir- tit 13 way you will create a sjood
ried. aves 0. noes (I. Thev were named impression on him.
and Penders-rass moved that the If he speaks of starting a cot
chair ai.noint -2 dele-rates and 1 niter- ton or woollen factory tell him
,,,.te o...i1..ii,.iMic'.1..v1...iioT,. carried, our cotton all turns to cuckle-
m ves b. noes o. M. c. l Voder-rass moved burs, and our sheep are all born
that the chair appoint 3 delegates and naked and wool won't even grow
3 alternates to the congressional con- on a "nigger's" head. Finally, if he
vention. Motion carried, ayes 0, noes 0. still persists in locating, get vour
It was moved that t he chairman be ad- gun and sneak about in the dark,
ded to the congressional delegation,- just after he has retired, and shoot
carried : aves C. noes (. It was then mov- a couple of times through a window
ed that the Sec. read the lists of dele- near his room at some one you hold
irates named for the various conven- a grudge against.
t ions. Carried. Ayes (i, noes 0. The list Jt tins tails to impress him ta
was reail out. It was then moved that
Asheviile be designated as the choice
of tbisconventiou as the place for hold
ing t hi? congressional eon vent ion. ca:'
riN'. Ayes (i, noes 0. Cc.nniiit.ee eonist-
vorablv with the town get all of
tho nicest boys and well-to-do
yotu'g men you can find and get
rii'it in front of his window and
fire oit 1,000 in rse-povt-i dynamite
irtniles till daylight and then
BUSI NE33 PARAGRAPHS.
Itcui oT Interest in These Hard
The Kkcohd and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.50.
See the nice buggies and carts for
sale by W. P. Jones.
Go to Morphew & Streeman's foi
ice cold soda water.
Pine canned peaches at peaclu
at A. B. Gilkey & Son.
Finest stock of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones' Hardware.
Of all the goods, Dr. Jones has
the lineet. (Jo there for hardware.
A full and complete line of al!
kinds of canued goods at A. 15.
Gilkey fc Sons.
Go to A. B. Gilkey & Son for th
finest sugar drip syrup in town at
40 cents per gallon.
Blanton pays the biggest pricet
for Produce and sells goods thf
Ceapest, call on him. Si
All kinds of Spring and Summei
dress goods at lowest prices al
Medd's Variety Store.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
Just received at J. P. Norton's
a nice lot of fresh French candies
at 15 cents a pound.
Go to Medd's Variety Store foi
all sizes of Fruit Jars. Thev are
the best and cheapest.
acw More, Aew woods. It you
ant to see a nice and complet
stock of new goods call on D. N.
Lotion a Bro.
W. P. Blanton has just received
beautiful lino of Drv Goods and
Notions, also the largest line of
Shoes everolfered. li
A first-class New Home sewing
machine, equally as good as new
for sale cheap, or exchange. Apply
at- the Kkcout) onice.
FROM THE MOUNTAINS
..... , -.. .-.;. niirot A.J.iniiunm m l eiH-ei -gras?
vl..OlA,.m t-e..v too. ii... , - ; . - . , , - -,
satiated and there were taken up I was api.i.oiieu a.... u. a i. ahuuivmc- r ( . , i " "J
mirhi 9 s resolutions BC2II- Jl uraiu uivmiwu".
ning"e the people'' as usual with such If all this does not make a good
gat herings. impression wait till he starts down
J m. ;. ivnd.-rirrass asked ( liairman main street for a drive and get all
r.:-owntostieaU to the resolutions whicti the highly-re fined and well-raised
he did for a Ion- lontr time. After boys and young men in town to
Chairman Ilrnwu had orated sntliciently sit along the sidewalk and holler
to satisfy the noble c. mat they would "( say, et'-'li, G-say !" at him as
one dav cat olli. ial pie from a populist he passes, and if any of these smart
i was moved that the res- noys are your sons, laugn ami cmp
..,!,.,r.i M..t;n ci.-i-ied ! vour haiidsas the stranger looks a-
' " I i c i.: i.
n. .,t.i,.s s;..ller.- aves t. noes o. itwasnexr moeu inai i"" - .i..v.,., ..
ri.e crowd all the icsoiutons be published in theC.u:- cuuuieu, iwo-ieggeu jaLKasses.
several baskets full of provision that
were left. We are not certain that any
were left when the party arrived home.
The party arrived home about 7 o'clock
and all wet, dusty and tired. It was
the general sentiment of the crowd,
that all enjoyed themselves hugely. In
iddition to our own charming young
ladies, the i omnany was enlivened by
the presnce of r-cveral young ladies js-; pi counter,
it-no-in Mario. i. viz: Misses Julian, olutions be
Molt I'.nririii. Carter. Huduins, Seller
Wiseman a ml Sludge
i -.si, os in evi.ressin-r their an-! casia.n and .uaimox ia:nniD,
eciation of the eil'ort of Kev- I
Rogers in arranging the picnic,
A ;iiot rarty.
V novel entertainment will be given
at the Kanipo house, on (iarden street,
Friday night July 'Hh, at S;30 o clock.
Sjiecial comnui meat ions may be nan
with a real ghost. Ow.ngto tne nign
reputation and genial manners of this
ghost, the young ladies of the rresby
tcrian church, have begged its presence
in Marion. Its gliost-ship craves audi
ence with all, and extends a hearty in
vitation to each ami every one for a
quiet chat on ghost lore. An admission
of 10 cents nil) be charged for a chat
with the ghost. Ice Cream, Sherbet
and Cake, wili be be served on the lawn.
Ml may exf-cct to nave a pleasant eve
When nights are dark, drear and still,
Olsosts walk around with tlieir own
They tell of dark deeds secretly done,
And trouble the conscience oi me
When clocks are striking the midnight
Lights stream from windows of a
ud weird, shrill screams, you then do
ild gruesome faces and hands appear
The people all who will not obey,
re told of the ghost w ho will take
And on headless Horses at miningm
Never again to see their dear home.
Bob IVIcCall Win.
Hon. 11. S. Met 'all was nominated on
yesterday for Solicitor of the 12th Ju
dicial District by Kepublican Conven
tion at Way nesville, so s'ates a tele
grain received by the Kecokp, from
Hon. J. tJ. Pritehard.
3Ir McCall is a native, and for year
a resident of tliis county. lie was one
the most popular and successful law
To' My I-'rieiMls and The Public Jers at t his bar and is a hightoned ge
tenian, at:u an auie lawyer e uon i
like his polities, 'but we do like' the
carried, ayes , noes 0.
It was next moved to adjourn, mo
tion carried, aves C. noes '.) and the
convent ion adjourned.
Tho convention was composed of A.
J. Dula, Win. Oray, Kev. J. C. Brown,
M. (J I'endergrass, 31 r. Lowery and a
young man that your reporter did not
We have just returned from the
Northern market, win-re wo bought
a now and complete line of Gen
eral Merchandise, consisting of:
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps,
Straw Goods, Shoes, Groceries of
aU kinds, Tinware, (fueensware,
Hardware, in fact everything nec
essary to mo' t vour demands.
All of w hich was bought for cash
an and are confident that the Kepub
Means have made a wise choice, but of
course Democracy win win, ami we
hate to see our friend .McCall Ueteateu
OHIO WVKIv AND CHARLESTON
J K. CO. MKKTlNtJ CF
The undersigned having pur
c'.iased the property and franchise
ot the the Charleston, Cincinnati
it Chicago Railroad Company, un
To leave Marion, N. C, Juiy21tli
Leave Wilmington July 27th.
to Hi 3C'l, I L L. and C. & L k
ns is my first Excursion to Wilmington, and I expin-t to
of the nicest Excursions ever pulled into tVilinington bv
Dry vour Blackberries and take
them to Blanton. He wants them
and will viv a good price. He has
the goods you want, and will seil
them cheap. .iis
T. A. White, the old and estab
lished wood workman can always
be found at his old stand, readv
to do any any all kinds of wood
work, and do it cheap.
This Excursion is for white people only, and will have no room for
lrunkards or men that are drinking. No 'man can buy a ticket unless
ie signs the contract on Ticket in regard to drinking and good order.
Any person not satisfied with the order kept on this train in regard
:o drinking can draw on me for the amount of his ticket and it will b
i-efunded through the Banking House of H. I). Leo & Co., Shelby, N. C.
There w ill no over-loading or crowding, as there will be from 10
to 12 coaches and only o0 to CO in each coach.
There will be a private car on this train in case any ladies got sick;
they will be cared for by Dr. D.S. Kainseur, who will be in this car for
tiiis purpose, at my expense.
No one w ill be allowed go to the refreshment car. I will have young
men and porters in each coach to wait on you at any time.
Each coach will have a good police, with full power to keep Rood or-
der. Good order is what we will have, or tro into Wilmington with an
The Mt. Holly Silver Cornet Band will furnish music for this excur
sion. Also every day and night while in Wilmington and on tho steam
er out on the ocean.
The excursion train follows the C. C. Passenger, No. 30, from Shelby
The Orion, $2.00 per day, o0 rents deducted from your bill if you
miss your dinner. Notify Clerk the morning you go out for dinner.
The l'urcell Hotel, $2.W per day, singh-. Double $1.50. Costs, $1.25.
Bauetz House, 75 cents per day, or 25 cents for meals and 25 cents
The Sutton House, 75 cents per day. Plenty of room for all. Have
arrange! to take care of 1000 to 1200 people.
Dry Goods and Xolioiis,
MARION COPPER WORKS-
ESTABLISHED IN 180.
at rock bottom prices, and will be der forecloseure sale' and being
obi cb.':iit(r for r ash or yooii trade nw corporation as provided by tl
., . . ,. .. Ar , I Code of North Carolina, to beknow
HUH, L.U UL-M.iU X . , oh;() j,. iuul Charlest(.n
e nave openetl next door to m r. I;.lilru.ul (:on,pany : xotiCe is here
Win. McD. Burgin. where we will i,y given that there will be a meet
be pleased to have you call and see I ing of the stockholders and direc
.,i.r new -t.n-W before i n rchasi nil tors of the Ohio lliver and Char-
D. N. Loxox ec Bi;o.
Notice to '!!' her.
All persons w ho desire to be examin
ed for certificates to teach in me puu-
lic schools of McDowell county, are
hereby requested to meet me at the
court house on the Second Thursday in
July. N o cert incates win oe cnuort-eu
or issued except unon the examination
of the teacher. Do not forget t he dale.
J. F. Ml KCHtW,
( oiin'.y Sunt.
leston Railroad Company, at oflice
of P. J. Sinclair, in tho town of
Morion, in the State of North Car
olina, on the 20th day of July A. D.
lS'J-l, then and there to transact
inipe .riant bus'ness connected w:th
. , .. f saiil railroad company; ' All stocK-
rial Convention for hollerg are requid io jo pr,.sont,
jet of North Carolt- 0tr i person or by proxy.
Chaki.es E. Helliek, Purchaser.
Southern Express Money Onltrs
Cheap Method of Sending money to
all points in the Unit, d States.
Perfectly Reliable. On sale ALL
HOURS IN THE DAY at my
Senatorial Conven ion
the olst Distric
na, composed of the counties oi
Caldwell, Burke, Mitchell, Yancey
and McDowell, will be held and is
hereby called D meet at Marion,
N. C, on the 2Stii day of July lsyi
for the purpose (.f nominating can
didates for the State Senate to
! represent tlie olst District. The
Chairman of the County Demo
cratic Executive Committees will
please call their county conven
tions to elect delegates to the Sen
atorial Convention. Papers in this
district will please copy.
J. C. McClkkv,
Chairman Pern. Son. Ex. Com.
McCALL cCr CONLEY,
P.y virtue of tlie pmver vested in me hy a
iiiort8ge executed by j. II. Atkin nnd wife
on May l.'.th 1H91, to secure a debt therein
providpfi for, I will sc'l to the hlgl.c st bid
der for cash at the Cn'irt Moui-e Door in
Marion, N. C, at 1 o'clock on .Von.'ay tjlin j tv: mefd line.
Repairing and Fitting up Register
ed Distilleries on short notice.
I have Stills, Caps and Worms.
CUE APFOK CASH.
Gutterinff and Roofing, all kinds
.if Baths made to order, infact any-
H iving qualiSe 1 na A Jruinistrator of D.
II. LM on t ie 12;'u day of June 1831 notice
is l.ereby given t all persong indebted to
the estate of said D II. Bell, to make
iraraedia'.e j-ayn.eiit; and all persona hav
inr claims .ijniiist said estate will present
the in f.;v j avinef.t on cr before tf.e 2h
day of June IS;.1), or this noi'ee w tl be
li.e:iivd i:i fcur of '.iitir rc.-ovcrv,
J. F. Wilsos, Administrator of
U- II. Hell, deceased.
Jatr.e? Morris, Attorney,
Biij line of 5 cent Callicoes, at
August Dili I8'J-4, the foliowicj d'.-scnbtd
rral estate to rit: Situated in Marion
Township in MeDoweT county, adjolni: g
lands of J. S. Elliott. Clias Greenlee, P. J.
Sinclair, J. Yenciy, jr., SaHie Hicks, Jerry
Gardin and clliers. I!!cek No. 3 eonli'.i
i:ig 33 lota ; B:Ov.-k No. 1 1 co-it Onii-g 52 lots;
Hlock No. 12 cortninir.g 30 lo's ; block No
13 containing 10 lots; Ii'eck No. II con
taining 21 lots; I'.lock So. 13 c )ii;air.i- g
4 lots; block No. Ic containing 4) lots;
'5:ock No. 17 containing 45 lots; block No
18 containing 31 ioig; 'ilo' i; No. l'.i.-on-
ttiiiitig 14 lots: Riock No. 0 rr.n';iiri-.;r
43 lots; Rlo rk No. 21 cont lining ;0 lots,
and Block No. 22 containing 33 lots, which
said Blocks and lota will fully appear by
reference to plat recorJel in Registers
oflice for M.-DoyviL coun.y, Covk H ;:-.ge
J. Yakckt, Jr., Mortgagee.
Sewing Machines repaired and
put in good running order.
J. G. McNai oiiton.
Tiie Bum- on Vour I'aro.
Are caused by impure bb.od, iitidnili
never be well unless you t-U-atise it an'l
build it up in richueS3 anJ purity, botan
ic Blood bnim, i he great blood purifier and
tonic, is what you need. O-.e bottle will
clear your complexion at.d purify your
blood. Try if Price $1.0u p- r bottle- l or
3!e iiy d;ugji2t.
DR. B. L. ASHVVORTH,
Physician an.l Surseon
OL.I FOfilT. X. o.
35 COMPLETE NOVELS
AND A YEAR'S St'KSCltlPTIO.V
o a large lG-page illustrated mouthly
ningnzine for ONLY 30 CENTS. This is a.
most liberal offer as Household Topics, the
magazine referred to, is n high-c!j paper,
replete with stories of love, adventure,
travel, and short interesting and instruc
tive sketches of f itt and fancy; aud in the
Ut cf 35 novels rrc ruth treasures as "A
Brave Coward, by Robert Louis Stevenson ;
A Blacksmith's Daughter, by Etta W,
Pierce; Nine'ta, a most pleasing story by
M. T. Cnldor; A Gilded Ma and Between
Two Si is, by the author of Dora Tliorue;
The Truth of It. by Hie popular writer,
tingh Con war; nnd the Moorebousn Trage
dy, rather relational, br Mrs. Jane O.
Austin; A Heroine, a delightful story tj
Mrs. Rebecca 11. Davis; Wall Mowers, by
tl.e popular Marion Iiarland, and the great
story Guilty or Not Guilty, by Amanda M.
Douglas. Space forbids inentiouibg the
other novels, but tbey are all the same
high prade, popular, biigbt, torn. otic,
spicy, interesting stories.
The 35 novels and tbe current issue of
Household Topics will be sent you the day
your order is received. This will supply
you with a seasoa's reading for a mere
song; and will be appreciated by all in
the household. Send at once 30 cents to
IloisrHoLD Tories Pea. Co., P. O. Box
Uj: Jew lorlt C;ty i. Y
Having q'la.i Jed as Execntor of the last
will of YV. R. Gny, on tbe FO day of May
1104, notice U hereby given to all persons
indebted tothe estate of tbe said W. K.
Gray to make immediate payment, and
all persons having claims against said
e.i-ute will present theta for payment ou
or before the 28th day of June 189"., or
tli'u notice will be pleaded in bar of the I"
June 20, 1331. A. G. Gt, Ex. of
W. R. Gray, dccfal
Jaaaeg Morris, Attorney.
it S i:n"e