03 3- .
M,; A a -Am died lat Tues-
... ,-oiivene at Jvnoir next
, ,i,r,. df lfetidersonviile,
, -,,. -
. i, I ,1 :irsoii returned from
r i,.,. Crawford, of Old Fort,
; m ii Tuesday .
1 i(Ji: ii.-:iLv KrownuI ilr. Merrill
yr (;.( L'vams, of Mi,'a' was 3,1
..,-k.iit 111.- Kagle.
N ,.v ()f Woodlau i', Tin-
MAIOIT, IsT- G, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER -13, 1894:
ATTi:TIO., I)OIO;i6ATS !
On next Wednesday, all Demo
crats in the county ar earnestly
requested to meet t their respect
ive voting places, and vote for the
men of their choice as the Demo
cratic nominees for tlie county of
fice. Let every Democrat vote in
the primary election.
To .Hen of I'riiu'ipl !
The following id a letter which
Black and Dula did not write, hut
we kindly offer it to them ns an
explanation of their platform. Nf.
On Various Topics i'iiey Come
Written an One Side, and Short
Therefore are Printed.
L'ditor Rkcoki: The nomina
tion of L. . Crawford for the as
sembly is the key to the situation.
He'll I... elected by the best major
ity given to a Democratic candi
date in years. Hurrah tor the two
Crawford ! "Dkmockat."
lo vn this week.
)ir j ,. uiAr, J 'Jarvis 'will
Virion October tlie 4th next.
ll.-ctor .1. C -eai ana
li. ti'it v '
' ' . .i .: i.
II I,,,Miil ' , !re I" l'Ui iic
,..ji retention t li is. week to the
, : .1. 1 .v-:irt in another col-
j diet i--''. one oi r in-ii wn-
!,t . ii -pending a lew uays in
Mr. il. W. I'.mwn, of North Cove,
ydi n.iiiir "r three days at
.1.1. M rphew left i.n-t Sat-
lV i,.r ' ! r ;'.Mi;i, iu i-.t mo
: r -j 'Jay-
V,. u.-d NVil1 White, who
i.-..n v i -i I i u r friends in tile coun-
Hunictl home this week.
Mr . lient-elt, who has b.-en visit
;,, i!!e. lias returned, her
r Mr-. I. w. is accompanying her
,;.(;. ora l :id M lascs Dora Uob-
ai.il ,le.ie ami Ceorgie Carter have
ii iit mi' :it .Mr. n. n. irovvus m
rlli ( i.
Mr-. T. !!. ;;ri in went to J'ukre
iitv ;indav 1 o v isu i m iiome oi inn
.( I.. ...::;i d. who accompanied her
;-;!in-r In, -lids here.
Mi- Minnie l'.lalock,of Mitchell
v who has been spending a few
nil.- uiili menus in j.ouisvine, nj
ii.-itia;,' i" the Eagle Hotel.
Our esteemed townsman, Vf. B
.:! Iia- been appointed magistrate
( 1 r'.v l;. Ii. l'rice, to 111 1 the posi
iv-L-iu .l bv Jiitlge Mclon:ild.
- Mr. K. .1. .1 1 1 I ice has niaile some
ill -.i.r.-1-lies this week in Hurke, and
i!: .;! I.em.ir nexlnext YYednes
!r. Iu!a is ihvited to a div:si(
- .vii.i ' i! can boast of more can
,o; ii- population lha-i any
ii ti'iC na". ioii. We have no, heard
;,r .,!' -m.wu riii tr" bein z hurl
lit Cli'Mi. i'l. ' tT.
-li": :.ai-.-t lect uretl on liurenojO
ii r.-i-iui! Mime oxeellent pieces of
'- in th.e court house last Sat unlay
U"i lb- is t he linest lielofaonf ionLst
l.a bci n iu town in a week or
Al! u bo survived his
iargi s. It it doesn't suit you.
hy l;n't nse it :
To the voters of the Mist Sena-
orial district :
Whil.j it i.? true that the Repub
licans with the hatred of Satan
despise the Populists and denounce
their doctrine as tending to an-
trchy; and while the two parties
do not agree on a single issue, ex-
pt that we both vuntoliice;
hiie one party wants free silver
and the otiier is opposed to it, and
one party is for high tariff, and
the other is opposed to any tariff,
one party wants the Government
o buv nil the railroads and tele
graph lines, and the other believes
such a course would eternally
ankrupt tle Government; one
party wants to give every loafer
lifty dollars in tspot cash, and
the oilier can t nee where m the dev
il the money is coming from, and
while the Republicans consider
the populists renegades and eore-
teads aim disappointed Ueniocrtus
whose party cauhln.t give them all
otlice. still we believe the voters of
this senatorial district are a set of
blamed fools, ami we believe th
honest Republicans can be induced
to lay don their principles and
swallow Dula, railroads, telegraph,
suhtreasury and other cranky
planks, and that the few honet
Populists can be whipped into
taking their pill bv voting for
Black, a man who is m direct op
position to every thing that the
Populists are in t&vor or, ana as
suring the blamedufuol voters that
there is one thing we do agree
upon, and that is that we both
want ollice, and you can go to the
devil after we xel it. We close bv
s:ving we have "fused,' and expe
all good men to support us.
Fine weather since tlie recent
Mr. Pink Simmons has been vis
iting o;i Haw- Branch.
The series of meetings which
have neen in progress at Bethle
hem for the last eleven days, clos
ed yesterday with 71 conversions
and 19 additions to the church.
t Mr. T. 11. Xoblt.t and wife, of
Crooked Creek, are visiting Mr.
Mrs. Hood Xeal's school at Reels
school house is flourishing.
J. G. NICHOLS, It. L. XIUHOLS.
HSTOW FOR THE RAJE-
This is a day of hot competition, and we rscw aniKunse that no Firm
fehall beat us iu famishing goods at
We have just received a large stock of Cicthing, JIat3, Dross Goods
Shoes, &c. t? suit every one, atid. rell them with the
T .A. IE? 1 IF IB1 O U1 IP,
V large and general lino of Merchandise, Groceries Ac.
CALL AND SEE US,
J". Gh ICECOJLiS &c EQ
Dr. A. II. Xabors was in town
W. II. Hester is here this week
looking after his interest ; gl.-.d to
W. C. Tato has been elected
and master of the B. S. Band ;suc-
cess to you H ill.
II. lorney was called to Ashe
ville last week by a letter from his
attorney, Hon, T. II. Cobb.
Mrs. Looma Estey, of Henrietta,
Texas, who has been spending the
summer here, was called home by
a telegram last week.
Rumor says II. Forney will re
sign his position as manager of the
torney estate on Oct. 1st to accept
one with the Southern Railroad Co.
Henry is a voting man of the high
est character and has held his pres-
nt position lor 11 years. He will
be sadly missed by the owners of
this large 'estate and also by his
many triends here. v. ill.
-Th.' reporter had the pleasure of
fjmij; smiie exiiuisite music 1 uesAlay
niiii;, rendered by Jlrs. M. A. New
il ikui old-time piano, which
nf (.rii'u.-i- has iust overhauled and
iii' uittiil a-; new. It is said to be over
- VYe call attention to the new ad-rii-.-nicta
of W. 1.. Poiiglns $3.00
it' lii' h appears in our issue today.
W , I. -ii. i ..X..I-, .,.Mr.ii IV,, 1,1 tlli
a.anutii.-t ur.M- tl;at the recent improve-
""uNiii style and quality will give
w -atisfactioi! than ever to the
Mivr.- ol these po)illai' shoes.
- fee i 'raw t'wrd has decided to be a
iii'iuuite for tiie h moeratic noniina-
tur the l'iri.-latun'. He prints a
int in this iue in vvb.ich lie declare
"iiswerv inr devotion to the Demo-
Mlic part v. I.e! everv Pelioer:tt at-
Hi" priinarv election next Wed
IH'mIiu ! v..t.. 1.,.. il.,.;r .-tioii-e nf I
Mr. K l,. MeUurrv announces
l.iiiiMlt a e-iudidate fr Keirister of
.;. . t t,, t !. m.-i i.m of tlie Dem-
r't'' primary election to be held
n,,st Wednesday. Mr. McCurry is a
"tfriinn- lvmoerat, and a popular and
'"""'tent youni man, whose reputa
'"''iiisaii honest and upright man is
'. all ho know him.
-W,. i,.arn nlut (10 oan as,s 0f a cow
!'ilnlied from fever .she contracted
mie -razing about the back lots of
tlie town allow i d to remain so near
'""vntrv of the city that it could be
'i.v located by the effluvia arising
ruai i. 'j- js a sanitary condition
ym read about. Whoever left his
l ousj.it to t ome after it, and pay a
u v besides
j'r. i.e. of Shaniokin, Fa.,
ni Marion thi5 week, lie extre
';ii- li .-lii-hiy I,ie;id with the larni-
. ''r'-'l, rtj he bought near Dysarts
1 ll'ii. ;;:!;,.. i;o, He has never seen
You W'll see that Sberill' Ceo. 11.
(Jardin is a candidate for re-eleet ieii.
TYe cannot say enough in praise of
Sheriff.' C.ardin as a man, and his kind
ness toward the people is well-known
and appreciated by them. No man in
the county is stronger or more popular
than he. No man more deserves pop
ularity than he. True to friends,
obliging to the public, self-sacrificing
to all, but faithful and efficient tisan
officer, Ueorge (Jardin is too strong a
candidate to need any recommendation
at our hands.
Hems of Intercut in These Hard
There is uotime like the present,
for tomorrow may be too late. Insure
your lives at onee. See "ad" of AV. F.
Wood in another column.
SIN7CE withdrawing, my name as a
candidate for the legislature in
the last issue of the Recoko I find un
friends ate anxiout for me to remain a can
didate before the piimary. Jugatn declare
inyjtlf a candidate fur the nomination fur
the legislature, subject to ttie Democratic
piimary. ' Lkk P. Cbawtoro.
We are receiving our new fall
stock of dry
bought at low
be sold on same basis. We invite
a Comparison of goods and prices T Hereby aanouuee myself a candidate
.aCome and see. I iurme uuci! oi uegin-r oi uevas,
goods and notions, We ar? I!Vtl"este(1 1( announce . W.
west prices, and will t 'on as an independent can
, 1 .- I didate for tl Legislature.
Among them arc the latest then-? in Fine
Dress Goods, known as Covart Cloth,
Yk yards wide, 1,00 per yard.
Ladies Br-ad Cloth, Press Flannel. Tricot Outings in Attractive
Colors, Linseys 10 cents and upward, CaiiciM-s .3 cents and upward
Warners Coralino Corsets, all kinds Veiling, Hercules Braid, Velvet
Skirt Binding, Black Silk Inserting, and colors Gimp of Trimming
Lace Curtains cheaper than ever. Our Shirts Collars and Cravats a t
unsurpassed, all siws, all qualities, nil prices. We have an elegan
Umbrella for $1.00, worth Our stock of Si:oes, Groceries, etc., is
complete, as you will always find it. We have a full line Jeans, Cotton
Bats. Cotton Yarn, Knitting Cotton, School Books, Domestic, Plaids
Bleeching, Sheeting. Bed Ticking, etc. etc. '
McCall it Conlev.
Martin Bros sell woniens shoes
at 75 cents that others ask $1.25
subject to the Democratic primary flec
tion. Kobt. L. McCvriit.
w have them, Boys and Mens all sizes, all
qualities, all prices.
I hereby announce mvself a can
didate for re-election to tlie office
J. G. Nichols & Bro. arc certain- Gf Sheriff, Fitbiect to the Demo-
ly selling clothing, hats and shoes cmtic primary election. Thanking
my triends lor past favors.
I am Yours,
It reported that typhoid fever
rainir mover CO counties in this
.State. A Daltimore Oispaicn siaies
that a blip's crew at that place are
sick with something like yellow fever.
Cholera is spreading rapidly in Kurope
We mention these sad facts to warn the
people of this vicinity against the
habit of living in filth. Clean up your
premises, burn up your old rags and
trash, tak a bath, disinfect with lime,
perfume your breath with carbolic acid
and garlic, wash the children with lye
soap, scrub t he last year's dirt oil' the
floor and whitewash the kitchen. Du
anything to keep oil" fever. We appeal
to the authorities ef Marion to enforce
the law requiring people to keep ttieir
hoines and back yards clean. I ne Horse
lets, hog pens and alleys of ti e town
would kill the inhabitants were it not
for the splendid climate.
Fodder time is here.
Crops aro looking well.
A series of meetings began, at
Bethel and Siloam on the 10th.
Prof. Harris has closed his school
for foddering time.
Mr. Frank Noblett's school was
out last Monday. He will leave fu
WVaverville Coilege next Friday
Mr. Grecii, who came from
Indiana to this country for hi
health, is boarding at Mr. John
Siierilf L'urgin and Jas. Moihtt
have been buggy-riding for the last
Two new houses are near com
pletion in this vicinity.
W e are glad to announce to the
public and the friends of educa
tion, that Prof. A.C.Tate, a recent
graduate of Greenville, and Tuscu-
lum College, has taken charge ot
Bel font High School, and will run
a permanent school at this place.
Tho doors are now open to all,
male and female, who are seeking
a thorough and practical education
at small cost. Tuition per month,
first grade, 7o cents ; second, if 1.00 ;
third, .fl.L'o; fourth, tfl.50; lil'th,
2.00. Good board and washing at
from $.".00 to $7 00. Rooms and
firewood will be furnished free to
students warding to board them
In connection with the school
the Philologian Literary Society
has recently been organized, and
we have a thriving Union Sunday
School at the Academy.
Wo ask tlie friends ot education
and all interested m the up-building
of our community, to lend us
their aid and encouragement.
Sc 111 BULK P..
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a line prepa
ration for making jelly.
See the nice buggies ai:d carts for
sale by W. P. Jones
Martin Bros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sell for
G. II. Gakdin.
1 I In
voters of McDowell Count v.
having been urged by my friends,
some of the prominent and ja.ist itifluential
raen of om coutitv locfTVr mvself before the
Public for tlie office of Register of Deeds
and as there is no politic d issne in s:iid of
fice I with due respect to id I parties hereby
The bluest, prett iest and best announce myself an independent candiJate
iu of 5 cent calicos ever in town for ,he "' togwur of D.eds. I will
make iny campaign with t'ie other camli
dates and if elected I will serve von lilvo
mnu ana iavoryou nil l cm to s.:i wao irxiy
make inquiries concerning my worthiness
and competency are thetil'iiHy referred to
County Superintendent of i ublic Instruc
tioa ex-county SuperintenJentof Public In
?truttion ulso to the Public School Com
Buckets, Baskets, and pictures miUcenien for white race district, number
Finest stock of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones' Hardware.
Of all the goods, Dr. Jones lias
the finest. Go there for hardware
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters
O I o t h: i n g ,
We guarantee that we can save you money on clothing. Call and ex
amine our stock. We keep almost everything and as cheap an can lo
bought anywhere. Come and see us. Bring your produce. Bring your
MARION, N. C.
ABUIVAL AXD D-PAETURE Or jATGOST! ATCOSU
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
"Why in the world didn't you
buv those phoes from McCall &
Com lev. and save monev?"' They
lies trip, but is acreeably sur
as the pl.u-e is Letter than h
", t"l. I be best part of it is. there
'. cold mine on it. and he is ar-.s'ui-
Tu develop it.
10 wlicie 1 tatghttvo sessions. Citizens
come out and vote for me mid have votir
Di-M'ds aud Mortgages r;gisi ered nt a lower
jier cent tlmn ever before. Young men vote
for me and have your License issued cliaap-
J K. C'aiz.
keep the best shoe at the lowest
nrices. Also lull stoclc dry go.ts
md notions lias arrived, unng u
vour produce and get good prices.
6 McLall t L-oliley. i hereby announce myself acandi
I -ii. late for re-election to the othee
J. G. Nichols it Bro. have just I of ;lerk of the Superior Court for Mc-
r,M.,iin.,l ii Inn',' and varied stock Dowell county, subject to the lenn-
rratio primary eieeuoii. iui pio-
foundest t hanks for past favors, I am
Your obedient servant,
li. li. 1'KiCK.
Soctiiebs Kailroa w Wi st bound train
arrives at Marion at 1.4C, p w., and leaves
at 1.43. East bound train arrives at 4:33,
and leaves at 4:35 p. m.
C, t'. & C. Kailuoao Train arrives at
12;45 p. ra , nd leaves at 4: 15 p. ra.
200 acres unimproved land for
W. II. Hester, Union Mills
Go to Mend's Varietv Store for
till sizes of Fruit Jars. They are
the best end cheapest.
Martin Bios, have the largest
assortment of tine shoes in town
at low prices.
;oots or Shoes we all must wear,
TO the liemocratio voters of Mc
Dowell County 1 hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for re-elec
tion totheolice of Kegisttr of Deeds,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Convention. Ke.speetliiliy, .
J. C. iiuo ivx.
TT aving been solicited by many of
Irving W. Lariniore, physical director of
Y. M. C A., Dcs Moines, town, says he can
ccnsrieiitiously recommvnd -Jhauiberlain's
I'isiu Kalni to athletes, ymmi3ts, bicyclists
r, i.rl a'l id?. vers anJthe profession in pens
:tor:-I am iufjiiaed that it was j lor briii"e3i Sj,rains au;i dislocations :
a frw days since that I withdraw fareorenMg and Eli;fn,.S3 0f the mus
cles. When applied belore the parts be
come swollen it will effect a cure in one-
half the ime usually required. For sale by
Morphew & White, Drupgists.
Sic is u Ieniccr:il
my name as a cnuuiiiaie ior tue L'cuiucrawc
neminatiou for the Legislature to become
a candidate for sberilf. This is nbsolutely
rue. I am now a candidate for the Leg.
islature subject to the action of the Deaio-
cratic primary election next Wednesday,
aud whether I am nominated or not 1 am
a Deuocraf, and will work zealously for
the success of the ticket- It Maj. Conley
defeats me I will support him heartily. 1
wilt sjppoit every nominee of my party
from W. T. Crawford for congress down to
Coroner. Vety truly yours,
Lac P. CuAwroKD.
The law requires that all residents of
our village shall keep their premises
clean. The marshal will hereafter at
tend to those who seem to ignore the
law. Ji. A. Cheek, Supt. of Health
To the Democratic Voters of Mc
A.M. Hadev. a wt'l-kuown citizen on tm?e announcing mvseii a can-
v,irnt... r.-irnn.s.ivs his wi;e has for rears I dhhite for Keirister of Deeds 1UY
been troubled with ci.ronic diarrhoea ;ini family has become so badly alliict
used many remedies with little relic ' until j i-d that I cannot leave home to C!lli
she iried Chanibi i Iain's Colic, Cholt-raand vaSS the cotllitv therefore I with
diarrhoea Remedy, which has cured Ler i dr"av fr.';ll tllO Campaiiru with mail
sciuaa and well. Giv it a trial an ' vi n 1 y t nanks t o my trielids tor til
wuii e surprised at tLi n.ii ;.t relief it i int lXt UV.r.ifetsted for Die.
affords. 'Id and DO c;nt but'.ita
MorplwEwi White, OruggUts.
ie good people uf McDowell coun
ty, hereby announce myself a candi-
dane tor representative m tea
Tt,.. .-i.rt.l will ue;ir (be bad will tear general assembly oi Aorta aronna, to
"lv-r , . . -, .
rfiueM-'a .ui oumcii i i'niiij. i .
ICcgistiars of Election
Ordered by the court that tin fol
lowing r timed citizers have been
appointed registrars :f the election
for the different precincts of Mc
Dowell C. t)wit: Marion, R. L. i
Nichols; Turkey Cove, J. D. Con-
ley; North Cove, W. A. McCall ;
Finley's J. Frank Wilson ; Dysarts
vill, J.W.Tayh-r; Brackets, L. A.
Haney; Montfords Cove, Win. Wil
son: Crooked Creek, T. Y. Lytic;
Broad Iivr,J. W. Lun-.ast a ; Old
Fort, V. M. Goodson; Higgiii:.:,
J. C. Brown,
Clerk of Board of Co. Corns.
lave patience folks and don't be seared
At the l'iediiiont can le repaired.
K. W. Williams.
Wantich; A few boarders, good
board and a plenty of it, good beds
md good rooms for man and horse,
on Spring street. Mits. N. G. Kieit.
Wanted a partnei who can fur-
nish from $300 to $500 capital. In
vestment safe and big profit;, for J poorer,
particulars address the Marion
An elegant, line of dry goods,
notions and a full line of celebra
ted Red Star Dress Shirts, hats,
shoes, wroceries .c, at Martin
Bros. We dety competition in
Pickled tripe at J.P.Norton's.
We as a firm have dissolved, an 1
will run separate businesses after
November 1st. 19-1, and all per
sons who are indebted to the pres
ent firm will save cost by settling
with us at once.
Hemphill d: Claki:.
Marvn. N. C. aug31-4t
inike my campaign for ajreform in gen
eral taxation and the public school
system. 1 am iu favor of economy in
public expenditures, and reducing the
salary of state officials. 1 am also in
favor of pensions for disabled soldiers,
and providing- homes and physicians
for tge poor who are deserving. I ask
the support of good people oi all par
ties, and pledge myself to be faithful to
your interests if elected- I am opposed
to making the rich richer and poor
ThK Rkcokd and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.50.
Your obedient servant,
Aug. h ls't. M. L. Deal.
VT the solicitation of fri.inds
throughout the county of McDow
ell. I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the Legislature, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
W. A. Con ley,
July 24, 1894.
I Hereby announce myself a candi
date for Coroner, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party.
T. M. Dale.
Notice is hereby given that Lid for
letting the county home will be rv
eived at this office till October 2d
ls:4. All bids will be under seal, ar
coiiipanied with a good and suPi.-ieTit
bond of $j"0. The board reserves the
rielit to reject all bids.
I. C. I'.L'OWX,
( lerk of Board of Co. Corns.
This September Jtb ls'Jl.
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will please apply to me at tho "ark"
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