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GLEANINGS, j A' SAD ASCIDEHT.
. ABlOisT nsr. THTTJSID, SEPTEMBER SO, 1894
,. ,.f MilIuU,
.; Thursday for
,. of our most
-..!) v.' rt-l i: it'I fro:;)
' i,!, 1"' v,,'ul to
I, ;,,- i i ti a;rain ac
,;l a- "iirht operator
j:..i!r..a 1 depot.
- o!' eh.kersville,
i;! i ,,'Vii 1 i r i ii the
, . T J. KofTers.
The Mim.t D:ii!i f oit f
Cn the night of Seutcinbcr lnh,lS!M,
Walter K. (;en:ry)t with an acci
dent tliat vat a dark jrloom of torrow
over this community, lie was on the
Southern .aiii-.-ail about o'ie-haif mile
above the depot, and Was .-truck by.,vi
east bound freight train anil his biidy
was nicst horribly manned. He died
''aa aim body wore I ora i:ol!Mtt.--J;..;o and (,iiCr-
u""'j -" I'nf v.as.wi'i'i mm ic i barter
eei'i, and no one knows jut how the
Walter was a in-phcw of Mrs. J. 1".
Norton, and was raised by Mr. and r. .
Norton from hi. infancy, his f-tlu ;
having died when he va a baby, He
had ju.-t recently returned from Davis'
A Visit to Sorts tovc.
M ords cannot express, neiL.ht.-r
thoughts dream of a more cm
g'inl and jyiiy parlv t,mn thaJ.
v.l)ich pa-ej street lust wool:
' route to visit friends ar.d rela
tives in XorLh Co?-e.
The nrtrfv f,,iKi.t.-.,i m;.,....
I'Sitt.- J; .io and (h-erie
idJ. G. Orant, (beau jren-
ui! Jiist w o;:iesiiay trie Demo-
orals i:i each, township held a pri- '
mary election, and on Saturday tho
22v, tin? convention was .held at
the. court house, j
T-h'i following ticket vfaa nonii
Crawford for the .-lei la-
it to . W.
have just re-J "Military School, and was one of tin
most popular young men tu town.
Kverybody was his friend, and every
heart was made to ache to see .such a
bright light put out win. n just bloom
ing into inaiil.'i oil. Ki-v. T..J. L'oger
preached the iun ra sermon at the
.Methodist church Wednesday evening,
and the retrains were interred at the
cemetery. We sympatic ileeply with
the bereaved family.
.; oi i. '-pi. i. .
;:itain, were glad to
l:,.-(l:iV iiiu.-h im-
.-. who has been
:,ji;-r iiere with Sirs.
i.n,r.i.,'l to her lu in
iiov of the late
died on ! he 22ud
of relatives and
;pt ii t ii!irc!i O
.. ; ; j. S.Jii.aili o!' Sep'.t-tii-.
! White if.-.-a.'lie.l in
r ., . j !! .vumlay of
.. -ui! !' V his pulpit.
:.,i"-v : ro. :l)!c ti kerp
j, , ;Ki!a ; If fusion ean-
! on ! he t rack, but
,-,.i,;rael to fill the ap-.im-
iu this county, Mltch-
t -,r.-J .
, ;i: ; i-i the interest of t'un
. i.i is of (Jreen lliver
,. will meet with liethe!
i i : o. l'..re the ."!h .ib-llii-
i,.iitii and continue
. Ni r.".::i ii Co., who IWhly
ii ;i i ii'u'e audience here on
: , ; . : 1 -i .i- :- I erfoi-m.uice
,: !,. 'i'hiir.-ility night
!;,-:, i'li.y gie a ,treet
I'o! t fail to see it.
. !'o.::i;y :). mocri.t ic
. ; i,,,lov. i;iu' nomii.al ioi.s
l;i. i'. ; -so;i, f- t he
: .'. !o. i lappold: , for Clerk :
.. lie-i-tcr; 1 . A. ih-rry,
: .1 I. l.;-!o:i. for Vreas
I'. i . i i'o ton. for i 'utility jMir-
Irving W: Liiviitiure, idiydical (lirt-ft r o!
V. M. '". A , Uis Moines, I :!., siys l:e j 11
colli rk-liti on ly lToiuai"iol .'liaiaberbiin
1'niii V-ih" ' lL h jyiiinnsis. liicyoWts
foot Uii'l pliLyrri .in ! t'i I'lulfS.-iou in ;ni
er.il lur bruises, jiraiiifl ati.l ih. locatl uis ;
til -o I r $i:n.i)i-s and sluincss !(' ths imis-cli-.H.
Wliea si :pi ii-l bclore the psirtn lie
coint- swo'.li'n it v. iil cl'Vi-t a cure in onc
half i he '.iaie usiial'v ivij :irtil. for sale by
Morjihew k While, l'.r--i.t.
Tin; parly rclurnod after p. wrih?
itay, and report a pleasant trii)
and i;u;c! onjoy-n.-nt. Pitcli a.-;
Jmnfng, fi.siiing ta;d visiting niany
placus of interest.
The young ladies sLo-t p d at Mr.-?.
1. ,V. iiiYwns, iinO tin y all agree
that fclio undorst.-uids to perfection
tho sri of entertiuiiin- lier gin-sts.
On Saturday ev'nitg a delight
ful lawn party was gL'-n.at Mrs.
II. V. 15 rown's in honor of the visit
ing young ladies, v.iiich was largely
aLli'r.dod hy the youn; peojiie of
the Coye Tho night was t'.n ideal
one, Vur Jiin i piercing tho ti.-
l'. B. Price for clerk of the Supe
Geo. II. Gardin tor SherriY.
J'.e.- C. t ruwn for Rgister.
J. U. l)t:r'in for Sunvvor.
Tan M. Lah; for Coroner. Marti.'
Mr. (Jrawford received in tlte I at 1") n
county :-70 votes. for.
Maj. V. A. Conley, hl3 opponent,
jeeeived oo-5 votes.
Mr. Jlrown receivexl 47S votes,
and his oponenr, Mr. 1L L. Mo
Curry received 180 votes.
Mr. T. M. Dale recomtl S91 voti-s,
and hit' opponent, Mr. Ike Canrton
received 0 ! votes.
Messi-.s Gardin, Durgin and Trice
had no opposition.
The race ltweeU Maj. Conley
and Mr. 'Jrawford created consi i
ei.tl'.e excitement and much inter-
iK'iusof Iistei rM in '3lirv-Jtnrl
'"''e is n)-' ifi" vif the prrsent,
f:r tonioi-rovv may b? too late. Insure
your lives at om e. See "ati" of V.
Wood in another eoluian.
We are receiving cur new fall
stocli of drv goods and not i ns,
bought at lowest prices, and wili
he sold on same ha.-sitf. We invite
a comparison f goods and prices
wrth ;;nylod-. .a('or.i' and sje.
J. G. XICiluLS, K. L XiCUOLS-
lTOW 3TOI TEE SAJE-
This is a day !f hot' cjji.uitionsa .v. nv-a:inrnnce tl.atno firm
shall heat us in fnmr iwr gMds at
'.Ms sell worn. -ns shoes
that others ask $1.25
OM 'IH,'ies Xule Ajw.
And at reasonable pri 'i.r: I color
clothing both gentlemen and ladies
good, and I guarantee s.iti.- factior.
and 1 also bind, repair and clean
the most delicate fabric. Give me
a trial .?nd Ve convinced.
S. V. WEiTS.
nxTi'iyst of niprry-aiaking devote;
est was manifested on the part of
1 (1 i j i-..: 1 . e ...i i . ii.
ii,,,,,. , i ,. i i . . -( ii;'u menus, iiiiitiy ui noui uoin
heeey clonus, shoniv.vitni ., , ..
, ' ,. . igeiitlenien lnive. It is very compli-
soh'ndor, when ihis the ,.u.n,nrv t l1(!, n,:1t. tWrai, (dl
at home. Mr. Crawford carrying
.Montfwt, his old homo by u9 to 4,
and Maj Conley carrying Finley's,
his home 81 to nothing.
Ike Cannon carried Montford 89
to nothing. The Democrats have
ioini:.vat.'d a strong ticket.
, ;i . ..o::
Z to the f.vt
i ! i :arvi::er and
- i or t !.e Senate
a joint iii.cu.j
y at t he follow -
old 1'ort, l-'ri-
V.' e desire to apologize for fail
ing to get out the paper last ww!:.
It was with-b.ehl so that we could
give the result of the primary elec
tion, but the legislative race was
so clove t hat'it was not determined
till Saturday evening. As we have
to print again Thursday we t sue a
half sheet only to-day (which is
wiiich consisted of more than
thirty in number, gathered on the
lawn.. Old fashioned gajnes' was the
order of thy evening, such as the
'here ring'' '-cross niesii..ns and
crooked answers," "clap in and chip
out," Yankee and hank," etc., until
the wee Rnall hours of the night
when refreshments were served on
the lawn, alter which the parlies
returned to .their respective homes
without a single .word or act to
mar the pleasure of the evening,
but all exclaiming as they separa-
Marion, N. C. teu what a delightful evening we
hf.vo i-pent. I. C. G.
We l a ;e just received a largo stock of killing, H its, Dre
Slices, ie. t -Mtit every one, ar.d eTi f iim with t!ie
.i: in- lav !.i .hi (the 22nd;.
!!.. I'd 1 In- 'residence el
., ii: 1 1 ; . i ! 1 own, and -lole
. I! -iida'i even lease his
i.eie ioi I.i;'- amount. We
i,' i-.ei - ( i keep :imi:ey lay-li-
ii. u-c loose, and advie
! -, a;e-r edi ers to at
a praet ic- as we have
pert I hat .'! r. I.e Tawford
l"i i'-l:.-!;ai-d is imniv t he n-
i Uii-i.mi.T t in in-;-, wit h i:o in-
i iiii-; ii-'-c!it anyone. Maj.
-'.' !:. dn! not so iitnierstaad
ii'. an.l !!::-.'. I t l.ever said
y raw ton; ; old him i hat he
" i "rl: etiard. i'orgei pv'.-i. mis-
!-ai.!i:i! aid let's have har-th.i-
the primary is all over
""at I'arty" at Mrs. J. L
, : pitablc residence on Mor-Tl:i;r-.ilay
night , was ip.iite
'n and s-.iei cssi'ul affair. The
W':i- iii honor of iUss P.esie
''"l 'how an county, who is visi-Mo;-;,an.
Sop.ie of te hats
" ;' l.ie joiieg men showed
! ii:., rior milinery sk:,'l ami
U-h'i'.!uneiits were served and
,; " e. -ti:-',i to en joy tle oci-asion
Mr. Editor: I will attempt to srive
you a few items from Jackson and
oi her places.
Tie; first thiag that givata.l my oars
w.is that old Jai'ksoa is still t-Jlhe
front on 1 (emoeracy. 1 ?n that Ifiei.j
V. T. Crawford t!i!- ):i'':i hiA f i:thi:i!, i
ie.o-iest wtir.-i in losigre-s Wi.- rt;;l up
a larger majority in November next,
t !;:v he i'id to years .".go. 1 was in
formed that the bi-rokee Indian: will
gi .ehim a strength of about s or U
hundred, which lie missed two years
The Democratic party lias nominated
Jas. II. Thomas to represent it in t Ti l;
: next general assembly. Mr. Thomas
i is an intelligent-, nu' n. and a son of
i wot;.,,.. If 'I'l j I,,. ,11,1 ,i mm Ii
A ter h- uring t he evidence heron, . U r x ;.h ; :iiun
attiU-hed and after careltllly exam- ! iiusii,ess is beginning to open up in
ing the body do for our v- rd'vt say i Jackson.
that we lind that the sad Walter; Mr. i. D. Davis and the T.oves have
sold their speculation lanes near iiai.s
Station. The company is now working
iie Y-rH;oris Vvvli-S.
In the .'latter of the death of
Walter JJ. Gentry. We the under
signed jurors summoned and.
sworn to hold an iinjue.-t over tin
body of uaid WalU-r E. Gentry.
II. C(;ntry ci.me to ids death at tl'.e
time' stated in t!-e evidence, by in--juries
from a freight train on the
South 'rn Railroad at the place
stated in the evidence. This the
li)tn.iv Sept. IS.) L
.1. G. Grant,
j. A. McDoi.ald,
W. M .lames.
J. L. Morgan,
O. M. Teague, Jurors.
1I.' re is the place to buy your
parts. We have them at greatly
reduced price. McCall & Couiey.
at the mineral business.
..Hears is playing havoc among th
hogs lure One went through a Hr,
Crawford's !icld a few nights ago.
The farmers have leautiit.t crops
ihrot'gh iiuncomb.', llr.ywood and Jai'K
We are informed that some part ies
have lie i slipping other peoples cattle
ot-tofih" ll'ie i.idge' moeurjius ami
selling thuii to the butchers iuA-he-ville.
and very holvHy.
)iv !o; having fallen among the Dem
ocrats Of -ii-i-owell, I will proceed to
do ail 1 can along the line.
A. J CKSOMTK.
In the parlor of the Dcllinger
Hotel cn Sent. 19th, II v. M. C.
Elliott to Mis. Nannie C. Poteet.
Rev. Wm. II. White officiating.
Much happiness is wished to them.
Mr. S. V. Weeks .to Miss Eliz
ab.th T.tlent, at the' residence of
Mr. Thos. Modd. Rev.-T. J. Rogers
Wliil in C1iii-j;"i in-. Charlts L. Kuliler
a jiioiaiueiit siioe luei cliiuit ot I'.vi i'o; lies.
Iuw:i, lind apiit t HSi ri.on tim-oi'it. He
took jiicn a ii vcrH cold iloit In.- co. :i l hard
ly talk .or Kuvime. Ixit liiu prompt Uio ot
Cli.i.nbi'ilaiu's Cuugii ILoiaioly i-u-edliini
o!' his c 'LI i-o 1 1 i : k I y ih.it o;hi-is t tne
hold who loot li.ol i-ulds K'i:o.ve 1 hi
ample mid loot' a dozen i:1-.oii3 rrdcrnl kt
troal lliu lie:ile-t dmg Store 'i hey i-rc
i.rolus.'. in i heir thank? H Mr. Kuliler for
o-.li i ' llictu how to enr :t bud ndd so
H lickly. for Sit'tr ly .M. i,.Ir-vv u Wliii
We as a firm have dissolved, and
will run separate' Imsine.sse3 after
November 1st, 18'Jl, and ail per
sons who are indebted to the pres
ent linn will save cost by settling
with us at once.
llKMPHIbb tfc Cl.AUiC.
riolic:1! to th? Fn?lic.
The Clyde lines having abandon
ed the fight of cutting rates the
Southern Railway have restored
their fjeight rates of all classes to
the usual rates charged prior to
J tine tfth ':)4. G. K. Lee, Agt.
J. Gi XU:holr, ec Rro. are oc-rtain-'
f -ellin?f clothine-, hati- a;:d!!i.o
Something new, Ta'ploe.;, j :vt re
ceived at .L 1'. Norton's a fine prepa-
ration for n?fdn;.g jelly.
See the ni". buggies and carls for
Bale-by W. . Jones.
Martin Rros sell the farmers
f hoes for $ l.(X) ,t:iut others sell for
The blggoft, prettiect Hud Iost
line of 5 cetit calicos ever in town
Finest stock of Razor and pock
et cutlery at Jusies' lia.'dwar-'.'.
Of all thrt,'oodt?, Dr. Jones has
the linest. Go there for liardware.
Clotliing, Hats, Sho-s, Sifters
Ruckets, llaskets ami pictures
cheap at Medd s anety Store,
"Why in tin world didn't you
buy those hoes from- McCall .V
Conley and cave nionev?" They
keei tiie best sh.oe at the lowest
prices. Also lull stock ury goods
and notions has arrived. Bring us
yovr produce and get good prices
cCau cc Conle y.
J. G. Nichols & Rro. have jtiPt
received a large and varied stock
A lui'c nnl encrnl liiu: of Moiduunlirv,- Croetnics &c.
CALL A XI) HLi: US,
ANNO UNCE M EHTS. AT COST!" AT COSH
A fair notice to everybody.
00 acres .r.iti-mj' roved laud for
W II Itete.r, i i i
Go to Meild's Variety Store for
all sizes of Fruit Jars. They are
tho U'-st and ,rheapi't.
Martin fcros. have -The largest
assortment of line sboua in town
at low price.
Hoots iuS!M;es vv all must wear,
The good will wear.t he hail willter.r.
Have patience folks am! don't he scared
At the l'icdLioirt can he repaired.
K. W. Williams.
Tickled tripe at J.P.Norton's.
-Tu:: Kkcuki) and Atlanta V.'
Constitution 'e year fur JflJiO.
Go to A. R. Gilkey & Son's for
fresh French candies.
New "koine made mola.ssa- of the
very besi grade at A. II. Gilkey fc
TTTe are reipiesteil to announce '. W. j
(iih.ion as an independent cau-
di at for the Legi.-lrs.uie.
"piIK voters of McDowell County,
JL 1 having b.'ea urged by my Irienils.
suine ct the prumitient .iml Most influt-nliai
men of oai countr 'ooFVr irvst-lf lietore tin-
Public for the otilce of licj-isii-r of IeeiU i
an.l us ttere is iiu politicd i3:uie in snido!'-
t'u-e I with due respt-ct i "11 panie Inreby
ntiiioiince niMH-lf an ind.'pfudeiit candidate
tor the cH.cb ol llepisti-r of Dirds. I "vi'.i
ra:ike rir ciiiupic with fie nt-lirr caniii-
dalei.itiol if elected 1 will serve you -like a
tiinu ami favor you all 1 Cir to nil who may
make impiiries cfncr.r..in;r my tiorlhi-aeas
and coaijietencf are i heerfuhy refei red to
County Superintfiiduiit of i'ublic Instruc
tion ex-county uperiotendeni of Public in
ttructton also to lies Public Wclirtol t'oiu
milteemen for white rate district mitcuer
10 nheje I tai.httwo n-ssioes. Ciiiztrg
come out and vote for tie; and liave yur
l;eU3 mid Mortagei r giiered ut a tower
per cent iliau ever Wfort Youug men rote
lor tue and haveyour l.ici-nfe is juetl clia ui-
J. K. C-u'g.
HAvit gheeii solicited by many of
tiie good peopleU' McDowell coun
ty, hereby announce myself a canili
itane or representative in the nest
general assembly of North Carolina, to
represent McDowell county. I will
make my campaign for a'.rel'orm in gen
eral taxation nud the public, seiiool
system. 1 am in favor of miimwy n
public expenditures,. ami reducing the
salary of state otlieiais. J Jim in
favor of nensions for disabled soldiers,
i and liroviilinir homes anil physicians
for !' noor who are ilcservhm. J ask
the sunnort of good people oi aH par
ties, and pledge myself to be faithful to
vuur inlere.-ts il electeil. 1 am opposeu
to making the ricii richer and poor
Your obedient servant,
Aug. 6th l.V.i4 I- DkaL.
I will within the next 6ixty daye
SELL AT COST FOR CASH
my entire Stock of .Merchandise.
Stock now Complete,
Comprising everything kept in a
lirsst-cla.s country store.
I also have one genuine Steam
Six hundred acres of ridge and
branch Jaud, one-tLiard well tinv
Three gooxl jnles, two good
wagons, two good log carts,
A fcplendtd yoke of oxen,
One gmd dwelling house, barn
and other buildings, on a 4-acre
lot i-X Nido, N. C.
E?erylody coint? atkl e mo, ur
address me at my oftioc,
G. M. ANN IS
TtfE'EAGIL BAR .
Pure Kentucky Ityo and Nortk
Carolina Corn Whiskies, Wines,
Urandies Export l'eer. Champagne,
Brandy Peaches, French Brandy,
and in fact, all liquora kept m
Orders solicited from Adjoining
n iitio.v, xv.
EtcX;lic:iit Omi.iS)' t'j:vcs:Jio;j,
The Republicans of McDowell
county are hereby called to meet
in tho" Court 1 lease at luarion on
Monday the 1st day of October
1.1 at 11 o'clock a., m., for t lie ,.
iiuroose of nominating a candidate
i 1 ....
1. 1 1
i'i i -o;;i : The statement
-di-ecis ef Marion that I
I vol til for .Jeter
- h;lse. Mr. Conley asked
'I for Pritchard :;ml 5 em-
'id liiiu I did not. f never
'vit.-hard in my life, mil 1
I atix -ne 1 voted for him. 1
lor e0iijri."m:iii 'rnwforil.
'd for him in the election,
HUuU tii) friend to f.orrcet
r! Yours truly.
I.:.k I. C:tAWi-oui.
)', m we'l 'Icnown uiti.i-n of
!.;iy? Ms wile lias for year
it i iirnaic diarrhoea imd
""l.es with little rcliL-' until
ul'vi Iain's Colic. Cholt ra Kiel
ta1'.!)-. wii'uli li;ls curedl.tr
' Hiva it a trial mi l you
1 nt th i.rompt relief it
' i c,-i!t i o'tki for -Ve by
for the House ol Representatives,
Clerk of the Superior Court, Regis- I
ter of Deeds, Mieriff, County Sui-
veyor and Coroner, and transact
.such other business as may ho
thought advisable. The chairmen
of the committee of the diiVerent
voting precincts will call township
meetings on Saturday Sept. -tit
and elect delegates to the county
convention as provided by the
State plan of organisation, to rep
resent them iii the county conven
All who ore opposed to the
present adminisirat'on of the Dem
ocratic party and favor a repeat oi
the present system of county gov
1 , i n I..... :. ,.
eminent ana i aync e.eciion i..,t
The farmers have begun pulling
. i tl'.eir leaner.
Corn is right promising in Ihis
Rev. Mr. Hough pri-aehed to
large congregations at the M. E.
church Saturday night and Sunihty
moi-nii:?. Bel ore services on .'iin-
i day, Capt. E.J. K'rksey and Robt.
L. Howard were ordained ana m
stalled i- ruling elders at Dru.iUa
Rev. Mr. Hunter preached n good
sermon last Sunday night.
Miss Lizzie Watson, of Sunshine,
.spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. W. H. Morrison, of Brir.dle-
tov.-n. who lias charge of Gleji Al
pine Hotel and springs, was here
Mrs. Will Bean, oi Asheville, Vi
visiting at her father's, Mr. W. J.
Mr. J. O. Waters and others at
tended the soldiers reunion at Mor
gantcn the ."0th and 81st tilt.
Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. Satterv.hite
An elegant line of dry goods.
notions and a full line of celebra
ted Rivd Star Dre:K Shirts, hats,
snojs, vsTore no.tf iV.c, at Martin
Bros. We defy competition in
Wa'jted a partner who can fur
nish from .i'-.'.'Oto s-t.VKl capital. ln
veiimetit safe and lug profits, f.r
particulars address tl.e Marion
Waxtkd: A few boarders, good
h-oard and a plenty of it, good bed.!
and good rooms for man a.'id horse,
,ei Spring street. Mia. ..Cr i.icif,
Mr.. Morphew, the mother of Ihe
M"ssrs. Morphew, of this place, is in
n dying condition at her home in V au
tauga coMiity .- Dr. anil Col. Morphew
have gone to attend her bedside.
KAOK COPPER W0!C8.
ESTABLISHED IN ISStb
Repairing and Fitting up Register
ed Distillerres on short notice.
1 have Stills, Cap.-rand Worms.
invited to take part with' us, erres-( v,ere visiting relatives recetly. Mrs.
pective of past political affiliations. Satterwhite is still here.
J. L. Mokoax, j r, and Mrs Ben Daves infant
Chairman of Rep. Ex. Com. child was buried at the Baptist
:. i Church Sunday.
-Vai iin- j Misa Maud Beam, is on a visit to
.... . .: . n ....i.io,,!, ,.t- relatives and friends here.
lliomvreiiii..-u,.HUH...-......... w; , u..,., rf.)r
metime at her jiome.
oin n Cakoi.ina, ) In the Superior,
Yancey County. Court Fall Term.
James Itoland. et. u-., Sarah
!oland, .'. W. Ed-wards, ct.
nx , laicinda Edwards et. al.
Cratns r.ailey, Lodusky Ilai
ley, Cora hailey, rover
P.:iHev, Mittie ihiiley, Tansy
The deleudai.ti abovp named will take
notice that ati action entitled as above lose
been co:inai :i-ed in L':c Superior Court of
Yancev cuttnty to set sidtf nd declare
void a certain :!eed t-' a ciTtain tract of j
land t: wbicli llie dcfi-ndaios liave become "
heirs nud widen deed was improperly aud J Knnelli Bazemore bad the good fortune to
illegally tnndej and tlin said deleiidants reccjrt. a ?ni:. bottl cl CbainbtrlainV Col-
will fuitlier tuKe notice tleit t'i'.y are re- 1 ic bolcfa and Dinrrboea Ketnedr when
.tiirtl to appear i ia utxi icrra oi ine
Sii:utior Court of Y-itu-ey county, to be
he d on the Kill Monday nfier lb a lit Mon
day iu September IS'j-i, lit the (.'Jurthoue
of said couuty in Itar isviiic, N. C, and a i.
scr or dein ir to the complaint i'i said ac
tion, or the plaintiff will f 1 p'y to the court
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Guttering and Roofing, all kinds
of Baths made to order, infact any
thing in the metal line.
Sewing Machine:; repaired and
put in good running order.
J.G. Mf X-U-fiHro:..
3 5 COMPLETE NOVELS
AM) A YKAii'.S SLTJSCIMI'TION
o a Inrcre lo-t'wp'' illustrated uioiitlilj
m iL'a.iie for ON I.? 30 CKXTS. '1 his is a
most liberal oU'er as l'ose hold Topics, llie
Iiiann2ine referred to, i a high -class paper,
retd-te with sl-.iries ot love, ndvenOire
l:cvtd and short interesting aiel iiiftrnc
livi- s'.vrtrhB ot fitt and faucv : aud in llie
!It f 35 novels i re such tieaMires as '
lirave Lflward. t'V I!obe.-t houiiSlcveiiso
A lllacksiiiiih's Daughter, 1'V Ktla W
Pierce; Ninita. a inotM phasiuii story b.y
l T. ealdor:, A Cildni Sin and Uetweeu
Two Si is, bv the author of Dma 'i'lioru1
The, Tiutii of If. by the popular writer.
hu-h Coiiwitv; tid the M..:i--iio'i.- liage
dy. rather ':i?i;lioti.l, by Mis. Jane '.
Aus in; A Heroine, a lel igh tt u I story by
Mrs. Ueoecca 11. Davis; Wall Ht.wir., by
the poiiular Alarinu U.irlai'd. mid the prvi.t
story Cui'.i) or Not (iuilly, Uy Amanda M.
Douglas. Since foilii'l' n'-n'ioiiihg Ihe
other liiae.f, but liny i.re all i lie tame
high ra'ie, popular, blight, louiiiilic,
sii-y. interesting torie.
Tne 35 iDTelu and i he curreBt issue of
Household Topics will lie pent you the d.-iy
our order is received This will uuppiy
von w ith a si hsod's reading for n weie
son'; and will be npprceiited l.y all. in
the lious.hold. Send at once 30 cents to
HoUSKitoLJ Tories i'ra. I'o., I. O. IJox
1 15! New Yoik City . Y
J. A. McDonaw), Proprietor.
MAUI ON, X. c.
LOOK I IK li K.
I desire, all who want shot's re
paired neatly and substantiaBy
will please apply tame at the uark"'
in Marion, N. 0.
WML Wakefi Id.
A household remedy for irtl Blood and
Skin dirana. Cures without fall, hrror
lm.1 leers, IUimtln,( utarrli. Salt Kbrrnm
mid vvorv (nrm r.t UU-mI lllliise from the
simplest pimnle to the foulest Ulcer. Tlttf
years use with unvarying wicw". 1,
onatrates Its parftmotm. D'UnK, purify-
lng and buildlnir up virtue. One Douie
has more curative virttfo than dozn of
; any other kind It buildii vjt the bealw
ana strcngtb irom tne urn. aose.
rVWttlTE far- Mtnnk of Won
dfrtul Curew, lentfreeitHapptt-cation.
If tin lntit Viv nnir local drtlCTTlat, Bend
i IL 00 for a Urce bottl", or i.00 for six boV
: tlen, and medicine will oe sent, irein
. paid, by
BLGCD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
..:!.,... wlioll i:on tlifir iiretnisc:
our oi'.u ........ - i i ... i:..,.
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tend to those who seem to ignore t he ! ' ' r r " ' 1 , ''" '
law. I. A i'uki-k. Mtpt. ol lieaith. ' S. W.Tavh.r. . d.
for the relict demand. --I 'n sai.l complaint,
This lSlh day of September
W. B. HANKS, C. S-C.
Notiee is hereby given that bids for
Mi ing the county home will he n
reived at this otlice till October I'd
luiU. All bids will he under seal, ac
companied with a good and siiliieient
bond of $.".. The hoard reserves the
riifht to reject all hids
J. C. JJkown,
Clerk of Board of Co. Coins.
This September 4th ls'.H.
t DK. AV3I. A. I! A3I3IOXD, t
y In li laborutory at j.ealnKlna.I. K.
Kltt nKlMU from lti lrln. for ll-
tav- ( tii M.iia anl ner u.r. n rlem.
IJ.I.U from lb- ppmai rM. for
tlwiKi el llie cord. ( Lucuuiotor-A aTila,
$ "l imtME. from tne hf-art. tor dliteas J
X of li.- h-rt. m X
TUTISK, from th tt-, for tfiarnms
of tne ti. ( Atropby f tuc crcau. u-r-
liitr. -f. ... X
A Of I tl ovaries. '
X ntHIUXi:. thyrndin. to-. -
Fit brr- frif Ji sdiat i.
T Th pt.yiolieal rVri .r.1ara ly a
X 1al ! f trnrl N-ralioii
of tne pulelth feiiiir fioln t
tonlixn In tfr b'-n . ex i ilar:o'i f .tr ia.
:inrrea'l urlnitrr r.rtr' u. am in-"illi"0
of tl.e xpuliv f.rr ..f l.lad'ler
nmi'ililrtrtiifli of Ibemfw-ilm . Ii.ere
A in mualar airftirtli aul fflur.uc. in- A
T CIa.l power -I V.PH. I.i IJ"I -.le. i
T and lnereinlapitnKnf!-.icIH ti.-r
X Wher r-al iimcriita ar mrplit-o X
wllh l!ie Rmrtx.l Animl J."i--l lbr T
will l. mnlled. t..r'-Oo-r wii ail e.f.l'f W
lltrralui-.ua tUeui.j. et.ou rt teipl 'f pri.
Tim c-j.t.tiii.i -iir.n:-.T. o
, I:l7ta. It.t. X
three meinbeis of his lnmily were sirk with
dysentery. This one sra tli bntlle cured then
nil and 'he had soul! left which he give to
tieo. V- baker, a pro'niatnt riercii-int of
the place, Lewiston. N. "., met it cured him
ol the ga:a5 complait-f When troubled
with dvaenterr. diarrhoea, cioij or cholef
inorbui. eivethis r-medv a fial and you arrives at Marion at l.-SC, f ia., and learet
AKUIVAL- AND DEPART L'UK OF
SoiTnaas FUilkoau W.et bound train
will be pleased with the resu't- The praise
that naturally lollows it introduction uu l
Undoing k Watson, Justice Jlorplitw, j use has a:de it very popnuir. 25
Airoini-y's ft.r jdainttif.
i -'j!tlei ! .r ?a!e by Mcfphviv A' Sr-i f man.
at Ea-t bouud train arrives si 4;Xi,
and learea at 4:3."i p. m.
C.. '. k C. I.jiilkoau Train arrives at
12:15 J. m , an 'I h-ac at 5 f. fi.