Thc corn crops all over county are
Important communications crowd
r,I out t hi- w'ek.
Ir .ami Mrs. T.aiulrum spent last
Snixlay at M Fort.
Kulit. Taylor, of Ah'ville, is in
tl)VVii asjai" w,,,-'k-
'I'll heaviest rain during- the seas
on Ml I Hi-Mini mi" niiift.
Mr. Sam M. McDowell, of Morgan
tmi, w:i' i '" Tuesday.
Kl. ''ilkey, of AshevHle, is visiting
h fat Mr. A. 1?. Gil key.
There was a wreck on t lie U. & Ik
niar Alexander station Tuesday.
ll is reported that ox-Slierili' Xeal
will he deputy collector, if Mr. Urn-gin
Mr. lireenwood, of Aslieville, is
,iver looking after some interests with
I.. I.. Mi-Kay.
Mrs. I.. I.. McKay and Miss Seilars
arc i-itins friends and relatives in
A-heville this week.
Mr. .lames 1. Morris, of IJutl er
tonl county, is in town visiting It is
tunic, Mayor Morris.
The Confederate soldiers' rc-union
will tako jitace today at Morpraiiton,
and la-t till Saturday.'
Mr. Frank Pobbitt, of T.ynlibiirg,
u holias been here on a visit to rela
tives, has relurned home.
Mrs. .?. C. Ilrown, who has hceii
LTi'Nt sutl'erer for years, was al!e t his
week to visit friends up town.
Mr-, tii'o. K. I.ee and children
spent a few days in Old Fort this week
visiting relatives and friends.
Kek Kirkland, of Old Fort, was in
town Monday. He is an indepeiulant
sndidale forJJeister of Deeds.
Mrs. W. 1". Craig, who has been
ill, has about recovered, but Mr Craig
is still hi Bering from the injury he re
eeived, Mr. I . O. hoggett, of Forest City,
and Mrs. Sarah Ioggctt, of (.Jatlney
rity.S. C , are visiting at Rev. T.J.
Mr. J. a. tirant spent a few days
this v-rk at his old home in the cotiu
iry, lulling, tnniliiigand enjoying him
Oliver Turner and Mrs. Ann l'oteet
were married Tuesday evening at the
hiuV residence, Hsij. Thomas Fleni
mingot'iciatiiii;. Col. J. F. Morphew, Supt., visited
the public scliool on Kuck Creek, being
I light by Sewell lirown, and reports
the sebool in a flourishing condition.
Mr. K. A. Thomas will receive
pupils in music. Special attention will
he given to scales and technique.
Terms, $. per mouth, two lessons per
Mr. Thomas Metld and wife left
last Sunday for Philadelphia, New-
York and other cities, where Mr. Medd
will select and purchase a large stock
Don't forget the primary election.
Watch the date and let all Democrats
go to the polls, and place in the field a
strong ticket of good Democrats. Sept.
I'.Uh i the day.
st-e the card of Dr. Geo. I. Whit?,
who locates in Marion for the practice
of medicine, lie comes highly recom
mended as a physician and man, and
we wih him success.
A gentleman reeently asked little
Fay Morgan the four-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. .1. I,. Morgan, what they
a-ked her at Sunday school? "Ask me
for pennies," was her quick reply.
(Jen. Turnbill showe.l the Kucoiii)
a sweet potato raised by Mrs. l'liillip
Anthonv. of l'urke. w hich is a daisy. It
! -n't unite as l:,rre as Fli Leonard'
turtle, but it would feed a family sev
All the hotels had a good run dur
ing court. The Nichols House still has
a few of its guests left, some of w hem
have never seen thw capitol, and are
thinking of taking a trip to Kaleigh
with Sheriff liardin.
Charlie McAllister, who has been
to Haltimorerat Dr. Chisholm's Insti
tute, to have his eyes treated, has re
turned home. The physicians could
not do anything to help him see. He
i- a blind man. His wife accompanied
K. A.Thomas sent Governor Till
man a present of a box of rattlesnake
last week. It is said one of them bit
Tillman spy who opened the box, and
the snake died in 13 minutes afterward,
from hydrophobia. The spy was not
Capt. J. P. Norton showed us a
line watermelon Tuesday which weis
ed .! nomul.-. It was one of a :n nit
raised by one of our farmers from a
I kage of pure Democratic waier
iir'1. ! - t-ed sent liitn by Congressman
a r.rd from Washington. Another
firmer says he planted his patch with
seed bought at the Third party store
and i hey have never come up yet.
ZTIOIT, 1ST. O, THTCJSIDJLY, AUGUST 30, 1894
Rev. James Morris, a colored Bap
tist preacher, has had the misfortune
to lose two daughters recently. One
had been sick, and on last Thursday,
at her request, they concluded to take'
her out to the creek and baptize her
by immersion. The result was she died
In this issuo appears tlic announce
ment of Mr. Win. McCurry, as a candi
date for Register of Deeds, subject to
the Democratic primary election Sept.
19th. Mr. McCurrv served this r-,,-.T,rv
as Register four years, and his record
as a faithful and competent public ser
vant is well-known to the public. He
is a true Democrat, and an honest, nn-
The Marion Public School will
open on Tuesday next, the 4t h of Sept.
:it ! a. in., with Kov. Win II. White as
Principal and Miss F;ilen Crawford as
Assistant '' ai her. The school will
continue about three months. The
teachers and committee trust that they
will have the active co-operation of all
the patrons of the district in endeavor
ing to make the school successfiilly
beiieficial to all concerned. The patrons
are asked to please note that the pupils
may he fully supplied yvith books need
My boy was taken with a disease, resem
bling bloody flux- The first thing I thought
of was Chamheilain'ii Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it settled
the mutter nn cured him sound nud well.
I will answer any inquiries regarding; it
when stamp ia enclosed. I refer to any
county official as to my reliability. Wnr
P.Oiit'h, J. I'.jl'riraroy. Campbell Co.,Tenn.
For sale by Morplitw Sc Strettman.
nsro 24 ,
Icatli of lik-h,. Oardin.
Died on the 25th of August 1894,
at her home, Mrs. Ellen Gardin,
consort of fcheriil G. II. Gardin,
and a daughter of Alexander Tate,
of McDowell county.
From early childhood she had
6ENERAL NEW8 ITEMS.
PAUAKUAFIiri) roit THE
Ki OKH ItEAUEItS.
A two-year-old filly named "Th
Jiuttorflitos" won $50,000 at .Sheeps
liead Bay on the 25th in one race.
Senators ItcUi-um and Jarvis will
.-peak on evry stump in North
Carolina during th campaign in
the interest of Democracy.
-a.t. ratt Atkinson, a man to
whom Aslieville owes much of lif r
prosperity, died suddenly in Sali-j-hury
last Sunday, where lie had
gone on a visit.
. Secretary Carlise lias offered a
rewar.l of .fX) for the capture of
the moonshiners who shot XV. C.
L.-wis, a revenue raider, in . Stokes
(ion. Butler, of i'oiith Carolina,
who is a candidate for IJ. 8. Sena
tor against Tillman, d.'dares now
thai he will not abide 1-y the rt.nlt
of th' primaried.
A ashington siveial savs Chas.
L. Glascock, of f?t;ite;ville, litis
bronn-fct suit against his wife fr a
divorce, and makes sensational
charges implicating a prominent
U. 8. Senator.
President Cleveland did not sign
the tariff bill, but it is a law any
way. He says while the bill is"a
great improvement on McKinley
ismitdoes not fully meet the ex
pectations of tariff reformers.
The internal revenue receipts in
the Fifth North Carolina district
during the last fiscal year, under
the different collectors, wereKope
Elias $430,781.38; Samuel L.
Rogers (acting) $411,041.11 ; M. E.
China has succeeded in getting a
Items of Interest in These Hard
Congress and the Senate adjourn
The Republican State Conven
tion meets to-day.
Martin Bros sell womens shoes
at 75 cents that others ask $1.25
Farmers! If you want solid com
fort, durability and cheapness
embined in a slice, try the "Stover
Ties" at MtCall & Conley's.
Martin Bros ell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others S'?ll for
The Superior Court last week passed off
without any particularly noticeable event.
Joe Puttou, Hie negro who shot Jim
Cowan at a negro dance at a cabin in Bon
durant's addition to tlm (iallow'e field Ian
winter, was sent to the pen tor one year.
Johns'. Water?, forthe pleasure of wear
ing out Li3 pant pocket with a gun, paid
$10 and costs.
A regular corn liquor racket occurred a
few weeks ago, by Will Anderson, Adan
Carver, Sevier McKInney, Jno. U i J Ji x , Wil i
Carver and ano'.lnr brother, assaulting til
wood Mace in the northern part of the
county Mace was acquitted. Will Carver
and brother paid a fine of $5 each, and the
other arswi'ants wore scut 10 jail from two
t. three months each.
Lura M;irtin and Chas. P;-.rks naiJ Xj.OG
The biggest, prettiest and best each aud i-ost for as?auitiue James Polk
line of 5 cent calicos ever in town Gillepnie.
lieen the fond object around whom good supply of war equipments
clustered the affections of parent' with which to fight the-Japs. The
and family and never was there a; Chinese Jaundrymen in America
. , t r i T - 1 it... 1.1 .. .11. 1 . i. .1
more wormy onject. r-uuoweu
by nature with uncommon beauty
und loveliness, w ith a sprightly ami
intellectual mind, and a heart
throbbing with tho tenderest sensi
bilities. She always shared deeply
in the affections of those who knew
At an early age in the blushing
springtime of life, while all was
bright and gay around her, she
gave her heart to God and for
thirtv-five years she has been a
consistent member of the Metho
dist church. Were it not for this
Iidoo and assurance, how dark
would be the doom her death has
cast over the hearts of those who
mourn her loss. But the light ot
religion illumud her pathway to
the gravw, and the eye of faith be
holds her amid the radiant throng,
whose song unceasingly rolls over
Heaven s wide expanse - anu
though hearts are bleeding from
everv nore and orphans are bereft
of their nearest, dearest friend, yet
there is rich consolation in that
word - which assures us that He
w ho is "too wise to err and too
good to do wrong" does not willing-
v all hot.
Her funeral was the largest the
w riter has ever seen in the country
- another evidence of her univer
The services were eonuucieu uy
Revs. Kaylor and Sorrels, both ot
whom iaid beautiful tributes to her
lovely Christian womanhood. Afterl
the services were concluded the
long line of kindred and friends
followed her remains, through the
beautiful wood, where the tall pines
were sighing with the breath of
the passing breezes, to a little
knoll in a beautiful valley where
thevioiots and wild rose bloom
toirctlu-r. There kind friends laid
her to rest, in the old burying
ground, whose brow at the toot ot
tlio.se beautiful mountains win
hare the kisses ot every dawn ana
bathe in the glories ot all sunsets.
Farewell sainted one! Thy mem
ory will long bi cmbalme.i in our
innermost hearts. J liy gent ienes,
thy loveliness and truth will live
would not have better weapons than
hot water and smoothing irons, but
they want guns "like ze nielicau
Capt. S. A. Ashe has announced
himself a candidate for U. S. Sena
tor to till the vacancy caused by
the death of Senator Vance. Capt.
Ashe has labored for the Demo
cratic party all his life, and has
never been remunerated. He is
an old newspaper man, and one of
the most brilliant writers in the
'Die sugar planters of Louisiana,
have brought suit against the U. S.
government for eleven million dol
lars, sugar bounty which has been
cut off by the Democratic tariff bill.
They claim that the law giving
them a bounty prov.ded for tins
bounty to the end of the year 1895,
and the bounty amounts to about
$11,000,000 this year.
It has heen discovered at Sioux
City, Iowa, that a firm has been
slaugntcrmg cheap ranch horses,
the ilesh of which is made into
"dried beef." The product is all
shipped to Jersey City. Tho pro
prietors say they have converted
llOOhorses'into -'dried beef." They
b;iv the horses for less monev on
Finest stock of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones' Hardware.
Of all the goods, Dr. Jones has
the finest. Go there for hardware.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters
i buckets, Baskets and pictures
cheap tit Medd s anety Store.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery.
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
Ken want substantial and com
fortable shoes - MeCall fc Con ley
have them as cheap as the cheapest.
Go to Medd's Variety Store for
all sizes of Fruit Jars. Th"T are
the best and cheapest.
Mrs. J. P. Norton desires to an
nounce that she is now receiving a
large and elegant stock of fall mil
linery goods embracing the latest
styles-hats, ribbons, tips, feathers,
and everything usually kept in a
first-class millinery store. My pric
es are as cheap its the cheapest.
Mrs. J. P. Norton.
Bring us your chickens, eggs,
Irish potatoes and all country pro
duce and receive in exchaneo cash
or goods at extremely low figures
McCall & Conley.
Southern Express Money Orders
Cheap Method of Sending money to
all points in the Liu ted Mates.
Perfectly Reliable. On sale ALL
HOURS IN THE DAY at my
office. G. K. L;e.
Martin Bros, have tho largest
;is-ortment of fine shoes in town
at low prices.
Boots or Shoes we all imit wear,
The g-ool will wear, the bail will tear,
Have patience folks and don't be scared
At the Piedmont can be repaired.
It. W. Williams.
Sieve Hemphill was rcmandeJ to a mag
istrate nt Old Fort.
State vs Jas, T. Griffin, not. pro3.
Stiito vs. V. H. Eobert-1, ex-presiJt'at
Marion Bank, and J. J. Steven', ex-cashiir,
nol. pros with leave to re-i?? ui w rrint.?.
State vs. Dunk Finlcy assu'il'., fined 15
C. I), n.'iolt, selling whisky to minors,
525 and cost.
V.. A. Tl'.ir-ia-!, srlling whisky to nir,o:f,
anil on iSnn.iiiv, 50 and cost?, aiiouutintr
to about ?!2.- total.
J?. Feamster, ussau't, and cos'.
a;ie Tmley, forcible trespas.'1, judgment
Joiin Lawrence, larceny, three years in
Wm. Watkins three ironlhs in jail for
cru?lty to animals.
John (ireenlee three months in jail for
to tin' n gun in his pistol pocket.
John Krwin and Mr.-. Governor Win'ers
F. and A. Ertvin in ii. jail six months. Jane
pays costs and agrees to emigrate io liurke
T. Y. Greenlee, executor of D. W. Green
lee, deceased, through attorneys Bird and
Morphew, obtained a judgment against J,
S. Mills, administrator of M V Mills, fo'
The case of II. F Scafe vt. E. L. Greenlee
was removed to Caldwell for trial.
John Carson obtained judgment through
attorneys Morris and llird, for $2,991.93
against F.lliston, Brooks and Hare, itterest
due on a note.
M. M. Teftsrue, judgment E. L Greenlee
for something over $100.
John Davidson, judgment against ihe R
R. Co. for $15".
Will continue Business at the Old Stand,
and ask a continuance of your patronage.
XVm are Receiv'ng Daily
Best Selected and
OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE EVER BROUGHT TO MARION!
EVERYTHING ! EVERYTHING !
Prof. Alonzo Kendall made
balloon ascension at Schoolcraft
Mich., on August 3rd. When 100
, feet hish tho parachute was struck
bv th' balloon, and fell to the
ground, killing Kendall instantly
iit . . , 1 1 iu uie vuiers oi .nci'iiwen oniay
anted : A few boarders, good I , hlrhT .nlin mvit on
board and a plenty of it, good beds didsite for the nomination for tlieOflice
and good rooms for man and horse, I of Register of Deeds, imbjeot to the
on Spring street. Mas. 2s. u. Kicn
than cows can be had
Card of Thank.
Having sold ni interest in the drug
firm uf Morphew A Streetinan, to Dr.
Geo. I "Vhile, and retiring from t lie
drag business, I take this opportunity
of thanking n;y lrjeiuis and the peldic
generally for the liberal patro.i.ige 1
bavc received sii.ee 1 have been in
i ...... mist. lieartn'v recommend to
you the newrirni of Morphew !c White.
15oth members ar.e physicians of ability
and thoroughly competent pharma
cists. Trusting the good people of
Marion and vicinity w ill bestow upon
tlicm the patronage they deserve,
1 am re--pec t fully.
J. W. Msri!..r.vi.ix
1 he iinest line ot ciotmng ever
brought to Marion, and the lowest
price on them fo spot cash or rood
produce, ever offered at Blanton's.
The many friends of Mr. J. L. C.
Bird, who esteem him as an honest
and upright gentleman, will read
with pleasure the card re-produced
in this issue in which Mr. Griffin
apologizes for the use of certain
language in regard to him in the
West' rn Free l,anco some months
ago. Mr. Grinm apologizes, and
tiio libel suit i- withdrawn. He
savs the c'.-tiges lie made were
based on facts which were misrep
resented to him. The apology sets
Mr. Bird aright before the people,
lie is a oung man and a ptibli?
mar, and c.uld do nothing but
prosecute a man for making such
serious charges without fullv in
vestigating the facts, that are cal
culated to damage his good name
and eharacUr as a citizen and law
yer. Now that it is all over, let
past differences be forgotten.
Wanted a partner who can fur
nish from if.jOOto ;M)0 capital. In
vestment safe and big profits, for
particulars address the Marion
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fine prepa
ration for making jelly.
An elegant line of dry goods,
notions and a full line of celebra
ted Bed Star Dress Shirts, hats,
shoes, wroi i ries &;., at Martin
Bros. We defy competition in
primary election and if elected, will
always be found ready to oblige and
accommodate you all with pleasure
thanking you for past favors, 1 remain
WE LEAD, and OTHERS FOLLOW.
You are cordially invited to come and see us.
MARION, N. .
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OK
Soutueu Railroad WVst bound train
arrives at Marion at 1.46, p ni., and leaves
at 1.43. East bound train arrives at 4;33,
and leaves at 4:35 p. m.
C, U. G. Railroad Train arrives at
12:45 p. in., and leaves at 4:43 p. m.
hereby announce mywdf a candi
date for re-election to the ollice
of Clerk of the Superior Coort for Mc
Dowell eounty, subject to the Demo
cratic primary election, n it h pro-
foiindest thanks for past favors, I am
l our obedient servant,
15. 15. J'rice.
Wlien mo lag into our present hot.ie I
f.iuiid a bottle of ''jam!. "i n. .n f Tan. IW!::.
Itft by a furmrr tenant. On laV.) I
frmi.t '.lie stuuuent tloit it waa tro.id for
cut? and burns. I can testify to tlie truth of
this. Nothing in all my txperienoe lias found
its equal for treating blisters or burns F.
E. BiitrMt, manager Le Sueur Sentinel, Le
Sueur. Minn. Paiu Balm is also asurscure
tor rheumatism- For sal bv Morphew anl j
"What Coiigi'PMS Ha liie"
For some months the Plutocrat
ic P. P. Dispensation Club, with
headquarters on Main street, in
Marion, has heen exhibiting a little
book entitled "What Congress Has
Done."' When you look inside the
cover it is a blank cartridge. Now,
another book is ready to be issued
bv tho same title. Hero are its con
"what congress has don;:."
It has made all money equally
It has restored confident in ot.r
currency and finances.
It has given to allmir people th'
opportt n ty of living cheaper and
It has t;itlor-d the protected
trusts of McKiiu yism.
It has placed the burden of tax
ation upjn tho rich man's surplus
as well as upon every man's needs.
It has restored tho freedom of
It has placed the transactions of
TO tlie democratic voter. of Mc
Dowell County I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for re-election
to the office of JJegister of l.eils,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Convention. Kespeci fully,
The public is hereby notified that the
drug firm of Morphew & Street man,
doing business in the town of Marion
and liurnsville, X. C, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. J. W. Street-
man having sold his interest in the
above named firm to Dr. Geo. I. White,
the business will be continued under
the firm name or Morphew & White,
who will pay all liabilities of the old
firm of Morphew & Streetman.
All debts due Morphew & Streetman
must be paid immediately to either Dr.
Morphew or J. W. Streetman.
M. F. Moki'iiew,
This Aug. 27, !S:tJ. J. W.STR2K-IMAN,
aviiig ii-vn solicited by many of
the good people of McDowell coun
ty, hereby announce myself a candi-
dane for representative in the nxt
general assembly of North Carolina, to
represent McDowell coanty. I will
make my campaign for ajreform in gen
eral taxation and the public school
system. I am in favor of economy in
public expend i lures, and reducing the
salary of fate officials. I am lso in
favor of pensions for disabled soldiers,
and providing homes arid physicians
for tge poor who are d--ervi:ig. I f;sk
the support of good peopie oi nil par
ties, and pledge myself to lie faithful to
your i. icrests if elected I am opposed
to making the rich richer and poor
Your ob:'di-it servant,
Aug. ;th lss't M. I.. Di.vi..
IANXOITXCK myself a oanoidate
for the Legi-lature, sublet f to the
! ;t iioti oi !he Deiiiivrnt i pir!y Alien
in cnvenl i-ei a.-.-e;iibled, and request
my fi'i- 'His ii'. t he co.r.iyto turn nut
a:;d give me a full and fair show ; at
the time and places to he appointee for
holding township meetings. Thank
ing you for past favors. I am your
Aug. 1st lSlU. J.U.Xeal.
XV a as a firm h ive d:olved, ar.d
will run separate bti.-inessi.-8 after
November 1M, and nil por-
e--ns wb- are indebted b th- pres
ent firm v.ill tave e.--i by settling
with us at (nce.
llEMPnit.L & Cl-ABK.
Marion, X. C. nug3l-4t
Itlie government and its methods of
j accounting upon a bush ess basis.
it nas greaiiy retiuceu ine ei.
penditures of th overnniont.
For one solid y--r.r it has main
tained r:u unrcit iitii!'' ti'ht aeiahirt
the trusis and m-.,n(..pv.Iies wLieh
protectit n bad created.
"It ha, fought tha go! fight, it
has finished the course, it has kept
! the fait ii '
A T the solicitation of friands
i V throughout the county of McDow
ell. I hereby announce myself a
candidate for thr-.. Legislature, sub
jct to tli9 action of the Democratic
. S. Con ley,
July 21, l.-r-
I Hereby annoui:c myselt a '-an.li-date
fcr Coroiit-r, siibj..ct to the ac
tion of the Democratic party.
T. M. Vai. .
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A fair notice to everybody.
I will within the next eixty days
SELL ATCCST m CASH
my entire Stock of Merchandise.
Stock now Complete;
Comprising everything kept in a
first-dads country store.
I also have one genuine Steam
Six hundred acres of ridgo and
branch land, one-third well tim
bered, Three good mules, two good
wagons, two good log carts,
A splendid yoke of oxen,
One good dwelling house, barn
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THE EAGlt BAR
Pure Kentncky Ilye and North
Carolina Corn Whinkioti, Wines,
llrundies Export IJeer. Champagne,
Urandy Teaches, French Brand',
r.nd in fact, till liquors kept in a
Orders solicited from adjoining
Hocord and World $1.5 A
By special arrangement we are en
abled to send you The Makiox Record
and the Xt?w Yo'k Wtn-kly World for
or- vcar for tl.S-J in ai.'ai!ce. OWsul-
".riocrs who j ay o course arct-r-j
titieu to ti ut.-. i
I desire, all who want shoes re
paired neatly and gubatantially
will please apply to me at the "ark"
in Marion, N. C.
W. II. Wakefield.
Thk KatOED and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one yar for 11.50
J. A. McDonald, Proprietor.