oW- of our boys are export
int t r ami eggs have
; , i-iii' S of the Kkcokh on
JlBf ,li.-U t!''- w,,'-k-
(,,, iic out next Thursday and
Jj.-itr Jarvin and Adams.
Doi:"t l'orir' t th'i speaking on
v Mr. Fr;uik Wood has accepted
a lum'wr contract down the o C's.
1 The i:.jiil.ic.iii county con-,-r.itioii
will mwt in Marion next
' Mrs .1. . and Mi.a Li 1 lie
ytiic v. of Turkey Cove, art viit
in in t""-
Spt cinl otlVr! The New York
S'iiii-V'-' k I y World uud Record
fr l.4' p'-r year.
Will Godfrey lied a cow killed
vst'Tilav hya train on tne South
ern ro;nl west of the deput.
A few penplf around town are
ur'tl to read the poetry on this
entitled "They are Dead."
1 1 r i : i LT us corn, wlxat, wood,
i!iii'k"!:s. I utter, '.ugs, or anything
v ui have, on your subscription.
If -uosrriliers who owe us
I ) ii t a up we may have to o
into wiuti-r quarters without fire-
Mitrgantoii fair begins on next
Tii".m1:iv. IJound trip tickets 70
c"iits. (iooJ till October Gth. See
M, r. J. S. Dysart, J. L. Mor
pin. Ieut'y (Collector Xeai and XV
II. liol.hitt liave boon in .Mortian-
t ii this wowk.
Some (iii touched the cold
v.vai hi r button the tr'st ol this
ttick. producing cold, .stormy and
colli wcaf .er.
On n. xt Thursday "1 Ton. J. S
Ailanis and Senator Jarvis will
sneak id (he Courthouse. Don't
1'oPiet 'In- d:i!e.
I I'.n. Locke Craig's man
Irieiuls i!l bi pleased to know 1;
was nominated in Ashcville fo
.M'haior In. in that di.-ti id.
1ST. C, TBCTJSOD-z-, SEPTEMBER
ROBBER AND WOULD-EE MURDERER
ltohhiu ( niMiu cd at His Mouu
tain Cabin. He Wake A
Desperate Tight fr Lib
city. Julia Craig
Frank Iiobbins has been trapped.
He is the man that stole .$.'100 in
cash and some notes from Joseph
Craig last Saturday night, 'assisted
as he confesses by Charley Ward,
i you g man who works on Craijj's !
The money was in a little bu
reau drawer. Robbins saw it when
Craig paid him Saturday ovemiv
for his week's work. While- Crai"
and family were at supper Itob-
bins (and, he says, Ward) man
aged to unlock the drawer, and es
caped w ith it and its contents.
When Craig went to retire the
robbery was discovered, and Rob
bins was suspicioned. Craig came
to Marion that night and procured
i warrant from Judge Nichols.
This was placed in the hands of
Oflicer Jim Finly and a fruitless
search was made for the money.
Craig, how-aver, being convinced
that Robbins was guilty, went to
his home to-night (Thursday),
which is a lor cabin on the Little
Mountain, eight or nine miles
north of Marion, and about two
miles from Craig's, accompanied
by his brothel's, John and Dug
Craig, and George Lintz. When
the house was reached, just after
lark. Dug went inside the house
and askid Robbins to come out
saying that he wanted to see him
privately. lie consented, and ho
btepped out into the darkness, he
walked into the arms of his cap
tives, lie realized that he had
stepped into a trap, and then a
a fierce and perhaps fatal struggle
ensued. He had an open knife con
cealed, which he began to use
with tellh.g effect.
John 'Jraig was stabbed bv Rob
bins to the hollow, near his heart,
and seriously if not fatally injured,
lie also tried to cut Joe Craig's
throat, cutting through his shirt,
vest :ind c at.
The) are Dead.
There was a man who never told a lie
but he's dead;
-Never sanl ir 'vas wet when it was dry.
Hed raujrht a fish when he hadn't
-Never said he'd done something that
lie hadn't done,
-Never scolded his wife, and never rot
And wouldn't heJieve that the world
was so bad
A respecter or men, a defender of wo
men, Who believed the divine and in that
Which ws liinii.in-
I -ueek as Moses he never was imder-
nd tiie poor man died of being too
And he's dead.
There was a woman who never had
gossiped a bit
fthe's dead, too;
Who hated all scandal nor listened to it,
She believed in mankind, took rare of
Always turned a deaf ear to this story
Never scolded her husband she never
; had one;
Xo sluggard was she, but rose with the
Never whispered in meeting, didn't
care for a bonnet,
Or all ol the feathers thot one could
put on it;
Never sat with the choir, nor sang the
Expressed no desire to lecture or vote;
For the poor soul was deaf as a post
You might have called forever, and she
would not have come.
And she's dead.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
This nation drank 88,777,187
gallons of liquor during the past
year, and the int rnal revenue re
ceipts this year will reach nearly
$100,000,000, says the Atlanta Constitution.
The Herald says that John
Smith, of Mitchell county, was
killed last Saturday night in the
Silver Creek railr ad bridge two
miles this side of Morganton.
Smith was a poor man, and leaves
a wife and two children in Mitchell.
An engine pulling the fast mail
n the Carolina Central road ran
into an open switch Wednesday of
this week, says the Observer, hn-
tjineer Misenheimer an4 1 ireman
Will Mack, both jumped from the
cab, and the former was badly
crippled. The engine was a total
wreck. - ne ct the passengers
Considerable excitement aroused
over the mysterious death of 11. M
j Swain at Hot Springs two weeks
him, and he then submitted. teU- :'l l"' in convulsions. A lew
Oil ft Mine i ui i nu 1 1 miiiit' n u.i
, The Republicans of McDowell
county are her by cajled to meet
in the Court Ilpu-e at Marion on
Monday, tjic. 1st day of October
194 at 11 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for the House of Representatives,
Clerk of the Superior Court, Regis
ter of Deed., Sheriff, County Sur
veyor and Coroner, and transact
such other business as may be
thought advisable. The chairmen
of the committee of the different
voting precincts will call township
meetings on Saturday Sept. 29th
and elect delegates to the county
convention as provided by the
Mate plan of organization, to rep
resent them in the county convention.
All who are opposed to the
present administration of the Dem
ocratic party and favor a repeal of
tne present system of county gov
ernment and Payne election law,
invited to take part with us, erres
pective of past political affiliations.
J. L. Mokgax,
Chairman of Rep. Ex. Com.
Wbils in Chicago, l!r. Charles L, Kaliler
a prominent slioe roercliHHt of lies Moine?.
Iowa, had ijuitJ ft serious time of it. lie
took such a Severn cold that lie could bard
ly talk or navigate, but the prompt use of
Cliniubei lam's Cough Remedy cured biro
of his odd eo quit-kly that others at the
hotel who had bad colds followed hU ex
ample aud half a dozen persons ordered it
from the nearest ding store They were
profuse in their thanks to Mr. Kahler for
telling them how to cure a bad cold so
quickly. For sale by Morphcw & White,
OKI Clothes Made ew.
And at reasonable prices. I color
clothing both gentlemen and ladies
goods, and I guarantee satisfaction
and I also bind, repair and clean
th most delicate fabric. (Jive mo
a trial and be convinced.
S. V. WEEKS.
Marion, N. C.
took the kni e from l ago. lie tot It two drinks ot bnuxly
then submitted. teU- :'j Ui ' 'uu'?- . A 1
ing them if th-y would not harm j ju wik.h u
him he would give up the money, i )f tll(, faet l!uit he committed t?
Mr. L. U. (iriss. in ni d R. R
Hill of .WiovilN.-. are visiting our
ciiv in t':e int'. rest of th; Commer
cial r.uiMiug Loan Association of
Kiel: m. lid Va.
ilev.T. J. Rogers will go to
Piaacle ni xt Sunday to dedicate a
m cluircli, and Rev. M. L. Kay
lorv.il! pr.-ach at tho M. E. Church
l;w Sunday morning. Mr. Rogers
:l preach h-r-Suut'ay night.
Mr. Thus Medd, win recently
made an extended trip to the
H"i't!,.Tii cities, accompanied by
Mr-;. Mi dd, purchased a large and
varied stock of goods for spot cash
ami you may expect bargains at
tin' Variety Store.
I . A. Xitrain, who was hilled
fur Old Fort tonight, was prevent-
d troiii tilling their engagement
fieri' on account of had weath.e
U will give their performance of
uit and humor there on next Tues
day i,iglit, Oct. 2nd.
The Morganton Fair commcn
'ex next Tuesday, and will .01 -tiinie
till Thursday evening. It
ill he the h st fair ever held in
ie.iike county. Reduced rates on
f i'1 railroad. Attend. Fine horse
;.'.nl bicycle races special features.
Mr. Win. Mel). Rurgiifs nnny
fii. nds will he glad t- learn that
pr.sp.vts are Mattering for the re
cvery ,,f his health. He is re
viving every attention that kind
H' s and skill can bestow, at the
'""ids ..f )r Murphy and assist
'ts, at the Western Hospital.
The puldic is hereby notified
,: at this in v.n:i)i ri iiniiot nuhlish
''i'ltuarics, cards of thanks, lvsolu
!'"!s ,t' respect, etc., unless paid
T is is a rule of the N. C.
1 i' s Association that no editor
violate, without sacrificing
lr-i-!'-ip:e arid honor. When a
friend hands us such matter, the
c "h must acco npany the copy, r
u" positively cannot pub ish it.
He lead the way up the mountain
a short distance, accompanied by
Joe Craig and Geo. Lintz, to a
rock pile, and brought forth the
treasure which he had concealed
there and delivered it to Craig.
Craig got all the money, notes and
Dr. Click wa.4 called tonight to
Iress John Craigs wounds. Oflic.'rs
have gone after Robbins, who is at
Joa Craig's house, being guarded
until he could bo conveyed to jail.
Mrs. Sallie Tate, wife of Mr.
A. (. Tate, died at her home near
Rridgcwater, at 9 o'clock a. m. on
Wednesday, the 27th inst., of con
sumption, leaving a devoted hus
band and children to mourn the
A :ii'd of 'S luiiilis.
Editor Recoud: l'leano allow
us space in your paper to tender
our sincere thanks foi and express
our appreciation of the kind assis
tance rendered us and the sympa
thy manifested for us by the good
people of Marion o the occasion
of the -sad death of our beloved
nephew, Walter Gentry.
Mu. and Mits. J. P. Norton.
Sept. 27th, 1894.
A dispatch to the Charlotte Oh
server savs that a wild hurricane
from the West Indies struck Jack
sonville, Fla., Wednesday at 11 a
mi 1 1.1. A .. ,.i..:f
i . ..n,...f uoi'ito t lrisrian "
, i ,. m... t.. leis! of 40 miles an hour, and rain fell
wuc aim moim-i. n.-.
been a great sufferer for a long
time. We extend our heartfelt
vmn:itliv to the bereaved family.
J '"1 -
IIre is the place to buy your
parts. We have them at greatly
reduced prices McCall & Con ley.
Irving W. Lnriraore, physical director of
V. M. C. A., Pes Moine, Iowa, s.ijs he can
conscientiously rcvuinnivnd Oliamberlaiii'd
Tiiin Dahn to n'.h'eti-s, ynasts, bicjcliits
loot lirt'l phiyers ttudtlio profession in gen
trsd lor bruiser, tipraius n l Ji'locationa ;
alio for soreness nnd stiffui-83 of the nms-
tlej. Wlien aiipiieil before the parts be'
come swollen it will efit-ct h cure in one-
ill' the time usually reiniireil. For sale by
M orpin: w k White, Drujigist-J.
We as a iirm have dissolved, and
ill run separate businesses after
November 1st, 1894, and all per
sons who are indebted to the pres
nt firm will save cost by settling
ith us at once.
Hemphill & Clark.
Items of Interest iu Thefte Hard
There is no time like the present,
for tomorrow may be too late. Insure
your lives at once. See "ail" of W. F.
Wood in another column.
We are receiving our new fall
stock of dry goods and notions.
Ixnight at lowest prices, and wili
be sold on same basis. We invite
a comparison of goods and prices
with anybody .aCome and see.
McCall & Conley.
Martin Bros sell womens shoes
at 75 cents that others ask $1.25
J. G. Nichols & Rro. are certain
ly selling clothing, hats and shoes
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fine prepa
ration for making jelly.
See the nice buggies and carts for
eale by W. P. Jones.
Martin Bros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sell for
The biggest,' prettiest and best
lino of Scent calicos ever in tewn
at Blan ton's.
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
Buckets, Baskets and pictures
cheap at Medd s ariety Store.
Why in the world didn't yon
buy those shoes from McCall ifc
Con lev, and save money' lhey
keep the best shoe at the lowest
prices. Also full stock dry goods
and notions has arrived. Bring us
your produce and get good prices
McCall & Conley.
J. G. Nichols & Bro. have just
received a large and varied stock
200 acres unimproved land for
tie by XV. H. Hester.
J. G. NICHOLS, R. L. NICHOLS.
NOW FOB THE RAJE-
This is a day o" hot competition, and we new announce that no firm
shall beat us iu famishing goods at
We have just received a larg j stock of Clothing, Hits, Dress Goods,
Slices, Ac. t j suit every one, and fell them with tho - '
TAB I:FiP O IF1 IF1,
A largo and general lintJ of MerchantlrKc,v Groceries &c.
CALL AND SEE V&
J". G- IsriGHOiLS &c EO.
Her remains wen tenderly layea
at rest in the family graveyard on
Muddy Creek today (Thursday),
the funeral services being conduct
ed bv Rev. T. J. Rogers.
Moss'P. Justine and tianlnor, enn -eratic
eanili.iatcs, and Messrs. Dnla and
IMaek, Fusion candidates, for the State
Senate, will addres the people in joint
discussion at the following times and
Cr.ihtree Church, Yancey Co., Oct
Iav Hook, "
Hollow Poplar, Mitchell
in torrents. The largest .hotel in
the city was unroofed and flooded
with rain. The union depot was
blown down. Losses are great.
It is believed that millions of
dollars damages has been done
orange groves and other property
Savannah, Charleston, Wilming
I ton, and t limitary sections have
suffered terrible losses. Tho wind
j blew a 00 mile per hour rate t
Savannah, and a 75 mile rate at
) t 4th.
( let st h.
I all For (iovfriior.
The most enthusiastic conven
tion of Democrats we ever read of
was held in Saratoga, on last Wed
nesday. Senator David P. Hill
was unanimously nominated for
governor of New York, amid th
wildest enthusiasm, and Denial N
Attention is called to thejfact , f iIlffai0 .va3 nomin.
. i.... iiwti.. miii ;:iriner anoi-- j .
the opposing caml Mates for the Senate j ted unanimously for Lieutenant
,v .his met w: J'' " Governor. Hill accepted the nom
ng times and places: Marion, Wed-1 nation with great reluctance. This
nesday October loin; Jo... f t . t f .
'J'hursday October 11th; Uiu tort, r n
dav Ociober 1:1th.
Ket'ortl sun! AVoiid $1..0
li special arrangement we are ei:-
The law requires that all residents of
::1 1 d to s. iul you 1 iik Marion Kkctj d ; our v;i .,g.e shall keep their premises
ana the ow l urii v, eehn . a lor , .,oan The niarshal wili hereafler at.
one vear lor 1.,0 m advance. Oldsul.-;
scribers who pay up ofc(.nre are en-j tend to those who seem to ignore the
titled to this rate. 'law. IJ. A. Cheek, Supt. of Health.
Notice to the Public.
The Clyde lines having abandon
ed the tight of cutting rates the
Southern Railway have restored
their freight rates of all classes to
the usual rates charged prior to
Juue 8th '94. G. E. Lee, Agt.
An elegant line of drv goods
notions and a full line of eelebra
ted Red Star Dress Shirts, hats
shot?, wroceries &c, at Martin
Bros. We defy competition in
Wanted a partner who can fur
nish from $:-00to $500 capital. In
vestment safe and big profits, for
particulars address the Marion
Wanted: A few boarders, good
board and a plenty of it, good beds
and good rooms for man and horse
on Spring street. Mas. N. G. Rich
Mihth Cakoi.ixa. ) In the Superior,
Yancey County. S Court Fall Term
James Koland, et. us., Sarah
Koland, C W. Edwards, et.
ux , Lucinda Edwards et. al.
Cratus Bailey, Lodusky I?ai
ley, Cora IJailey, (irover
r.ai ley. Mitt ie Bailey, Pansy
I'.ailey, et. al.
The lefenl:mU abor named will take
no: ice that an actio 1 f niitleJ as above b
been commtneed in the Superior Court of
Yancey county to set aside and declare I
void n certain :leed to a certain tnictof!
land to which the defendants have become
heirs and which deed was improperly and
illegally made; and tho said defendants
will further take notice that they are re
quired to appear t the nut terra of the
Superior Court of Yancey county, to he
he d on the 8th Mo!.d:iy after the 1st Mon
day in September 1691, at the Courthouse
of said county iu ISurJsviSle, N'- C, and n.
ser or demur to the complaint ia said ac
tion or the plaiiititT i!l opply to the court
for the relict demanded in said complaint.
This IStU day of September ISD4.
W. B. UXKS,C. .S C.
Go to Medd's Varietv Store for
ill sizes of Fruit Jars. Thev are
the best and cheapest.
Martin Bros, havo the largest
assortment of fine shoes in town
at low prices.
Hoots or Shoes we all must wear,
The good will wear, the had will tear
Have patience folks and don't he seared
At the Piedmont can be repaired
It. VV. Williams.
Pickled tripe at J.l'.Norton's.
The Record and Atlanta Weekly
institution one year for $1.10.
Go to A. B. Gil key & Son's for
fresh French candies.
New home made molasses of the
very best grade at A. R. Gilkey &
ANNOUNCEMENTS. AT C0SJ! AT COS!
We are requested to annonneo (J. W.
tJibson nsan independent can
didate for the. Legislat are.
'"piIE voters of McDowell County t
JL I having been urged by my friends
gome cf the prominent and most influential
men of om countr loolfi-r mvstlf before tli
Public for the oflice of Register of Deeds
and as there is uo polit ical isne in aid of
fice I with due reaped to all panics hereby
announce my pelf an independent candidate
for the clT.ce ot It gister or Deeds. I will
make my campaign with t:ie other candi
dates and if elected 1 w ill serve you like a
man and favor you all I can to all who may
make inquiries concerning my worthiness
aud competency are ihecrful'y referred to
County Superintendent of i'uhlic Instruc
tion ex-county Superintendent of Tublic la
struction aUo to the Public School Coin
mitteemen for white race district numbtr
10 whein I tat gilt t o sessions. Citizens
come out and vote for me and have your
Deeds and Mortgages r gisi cred at a lower
per cent than ever before. Young men vote
for me and have voiir License issued cha ip-
Ite spec If u I ly,
J. K. Oaig
A fair notice to everybody.
I will within the next sixty' days
SELL AT COST FOR CASH
my entire Stock of Merchandise.
Stock now Complete,
Comprising everything kept in a
lirst-claas count rj- store.
I also have one genuine Steam
Six hundred acres of ridge and
branch land, one-third well tim
Three good mules, two good
wagons, two good log carts,
A splendid yoko of oxen,
Ono good dwelling house, barn
and other buildings, on a 4-acni
lot at Nebo, N. C.
Kverylody come, and ,sco me, or
address mo at niy office,
G. M. ANNIH
Xo communications published if the
writer's name is not known to the edi
tor. Write on one side of the paper
only, or we will throw both sides into
the waste basket.
TT avinsbeen solicited by many of
JLA the good people wf McDowell coun
ty, hereby announce niyseu a canoi
dane for representative in the next
general assembly ui North Carolina, to
represent McDowell county. I will
make my campaign for aire form in gen
eral taxation and the public, school
svstein. 1 am in favor of economy in
public expenditures, and reducing the
salary of state olhia Is. lam iso in
favor of pensions for disabled soldiers,
and providing homes and physicians
for tire poor who are deserving. I ask
the support of good people of all par
ties, and pledge myself to be faithful to
vour interests if elected. I am opposed
to making the rich richer and poor
Your obedient servant,
Aug. Cth 1SIW M. L. Dkal.
MARION COPPER WORKS.
ESTABLISHED IN 180.
THE EAGlt BAR,
Pure Kentucky Uyo and North
Carolina Corn Whiskies, Wines,
Brandies Export Beer. Champagne,
Brandy Peaches, rrench Brandy,
and in fact, all liquors kept inn.
Orders solicited from adjoining
H lltlO.V, W.
Repairing and Fitting up Register
ed Distilleries on short notice.
I have Stills, Caps and Worms.
CHEAP FOR CASH
Guttering and Roofing, all kinds
of Baths made to order, infact any
thing in the metal line.
Sewing Machines repaired and
put in good running order.
J. (1. McNAfcnrox.
35 COMPLETE NOVELS
ASI A YK.-wi'd bUHSCKIPTION
o a larpe 16-pags illustrated montlilj
raacazine for ON LY 30 tK.NT. This is
most liberal otfer as I'ousebold Topics, the
magazine referred to, u a uigu-cl.iss paper,
replete with stories ot love, adventure
tiavcl, anil short interesting ana luRirtic
tive sketches of fict and liincy ; and in Hi
ilst cf 35 novels ire such treasures as "A
Itravc toward, hv IJobert Louis Stevenson
A Blacksmith's Daughter, by Etta W
Pit-rce; Niuetta, a most pleasing s:ory b.y
M. T. Caldor; A tiilded Sin ana IJetwee
Two JSi is, by the author of Dora Thorne;
The Truth of It, by the popular writer,
Hiijli Conway; atid the Moorehouse Trage
dy, rather seusatioiud, by II rs. Jana C.
Aug' in; A Heroine, a delightful story by
Mrs. Iteoecca II. Davis; Wall Flower, by
the popular Marion Il.irland, and the great
story (iuiiiv or Xot Guilty, Uy Amanda M
Douglaiii. Space forbid uieuliouihg the
other novclt but they arc a'J ihe same
high grade, popular, blight, roni-utic,
spicy, interesting stories.
The 35 novels and the current issue of
Household Topics will be seut you the day
your order Is rtceived This wif. supply
you with a season's readiug for a mere
bong; and will be appreciited ly all in
the household. Send at ooce 30 ceots to
HorstHOLM Topic Pub. t'o., V. O. Box
115!) New York City N. Y
J. A. McDonald, Proprietor.
MAlilON, x. r.
I desire. all who want shoes re
paired neatly and substantially
will please apply to moa.ttne arK.
in Marion, N. 0.
W II. Wakefield.
Kenneth Bazemore had the good fortune to
receive a small bottle of Chamberlain's Col
ic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Heinedy when
three ruetnbeis of his family were sick with
dysentery. This one siutll bottle cured them
all and he had souk left which he gave to
Geo. Y Raker, .1 pro'P.iri' nt riTchmt of
the place, LewUi.on, X. C, ami it t urcd him
ol the same complaint- Wbeu trouble 1
with dysentery, diarrhoe-i, coiic or cho'er-t
Notice is hereby given tli.at b:d- for
iLttinir tbe county liomn V. ill be re
ceived at t lii - office till Octoler 2d
19-1. .Ml bids will tx under seal, a
eonmanied with a good and sufficient
bond of ). Tbe board reperves tbe
rigbt to reject all bids
J. C. Kkowx,
Clerk of Board of Co. Com
This September 4th ls94.
Botanic Blood Balm
The Great Remedy for th speedy and peraiaiv
run al 5rofuU. Rlieumatlsin. Catarrh. Vict
Ecxenta. Eating and Spreailne Soref . Eruptions, a
and all 5K1N AND BLOOD WSEAEES. Mai i
from th prescriptloa of an tmment poyaician
who used it with marvelous success (or 40 years,
and its continued use for theesi year by thou
sands of grateful people has deautfistraled Out
It is by far the best building up Tonic and Blood
Purifier ever offered to the world. It stake w
rich blood, and possesses atasoM miraculous
tr WRITE FOR BOOK OP WONDERFUL f
CURES, scat free oa appucouoo.
If not kept by your focal druggist, seed li-oo
for a large bottle, or Svoo for six bottle, and
I BttdiciM will b (nt freight paid by
BLOOD BALM GO., Atlanta, Ga.
!E ANIMAL EXTRACTS:
rrepr4accordl kg u tb formula of t
Z DIL W3I. A. HAMMOND,
In laboratory at Waaailasfloi. D. C.
KHlBKIVr., from the brain, for dla-1
ea"- U' hr iii anal nervono f lorn.
Mi:il LLI5IE.rniii thf apiaal eor4. tar .
am H"'aKS l Uiv cord. 1 Lrficoiautt.r-Ani,
AURIV.U AND DEPAltTUIlE OF
Soctheii Railroad -Wa st boucd trairf
morbus, give this remedy a t-.al and you ; armea l Marion tt 1.45, p
will lie pleased witi the resu't The tiraise
tliat naturally Ullou s il" introduction utid
Iiudgins k HVatson, Justice i .Morphew, I use has n.ade it very popular. 20 and 00 ct
Attorney's fjr plaintiff. J buttle for sale by Slorphew A. .Sreetman.
at 1.41. East bouoa train arrives al
and leaes at 4;'.ii p. m.
C..i k C. IIailboad Train arrires at
12:10 p. m , and leares at 4:43 p. m.
; (BDISC, from tli teart. for duteai
f ti!M ho.t rt . . i
Ti.TI.V from tl. V-itn. for dloeaae '
:of tbe tvie. (Airoplay of Ihe urcaas. ur- 1
llitr.ew. , . - .
awvAHlwI.from th ovariab. for illawaae .
tof th ovari.
HtTSM.1 LI.B. t tyro-line. etc.
Kvm. Fin nfc frirt tt drarhBS. U.M.
X The phystole1rat ffrct froAufQ by ,
T arinrla dow fnMM r rooted Mo
"of th palx- with fMlincaif fullnnw and di.
tentloo in th hoad. exfcllaratlnn of rartts.
lnord nrlaary excivttfcii. -fntllaa
: of the pulili fir-a . thr l.lddr. ad
paFTtstalUcactiuw r.f ttiiiirlln. IncrMM
in BimiH iirrucia "a
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,4 InrMurf nn. tll anil ritralle tx T.
IL-hors lwl druilt ri' nut KUPpllrd
with the Kimmuiil Animul Uitraeu they '
wHI I mailed. t- c-tl.a-r ul all Mllf
nieraturc ia tb,noje,on miyt m trm,
THK rOI.rJBf CBCXirAI. CO,