- ,oiyA( ASU DKf ARTL'IIK OF
., . . m, Vi, st bound train
vi run f- 1 . 4 , ! iu., ami leaves
.'n" .. .1 .1 inin arrives at 4:33
1 C '
liD-Tram arrives at
t -s nt 4:45 p. m.
:i Si;unl. 'pear like.
w;-n not :i Democratic
Mitchell went Re-
yuiur 1'iila 1,love hi washing
,iMi.nf North Cove, was
,r,er spilled milk Just
dr,(f up "'"
" our sympathies,
1', i ; . t n , formerly p ro
th City l'ar, is in town.
ifU.irlin "tayl on t lie
m.lt!.e rr-uit might haye been dif-
Mr Wili .'""per w ho haslieen in
Uiviii- for "nie weeks,
Youn't li'-at a McDowell Democrat
U j0, get Lim -cared. "Kornor' Dale
Thf lciini. T.tts of North Carolina
.U prol-ab! v haw or.lj t wo members
ID the lif M l on r--s.
Tli latest i- that I he Republicans in
iibio counted nt 'J(iO,KK) majority and
rut tired ami stopped counting.
MiHfg (ivria and Josie Carter,
who have Iwn visiting in Ashe
i l!c, r"turn'tl Wednesday.
Mr. J.(i. i Itivp and daughter,
Mj Lizzi. parse i through Marion
t .day n route to Knoxville.
ilia Ki iki had a pleasant rail from
Jiaj. T'. .V ( oiilry, one of our most
lii.pular ami Mii-ccss-fiil fanners, this
Jl.i iitit C't'iifjress and U. S .Senate
will br Kvpiiblican. Well, please give
u tlif (ffX'J times you talk so much
i' i "H
The liiimhiT of transient board
: ri'-:-t-i.l at the Hotel De
.Who! In si, Tuesday night, wae
I!"v. T. J. Holers will preach at
s:i"K IJsli next Saturday night and
Simlav mo rui i. g, ;uul at lirv Pond
i!iurcli Sunday evening.
Mm.r-. F.,1 a id George Dlclcer
"f Indiana, who liave bon
,"'iidinu' ;i f,.w months hero, left
lueviay t. .r eastern Carolina
i Ki ri Ki. li.-r.K to t-nder thanks
I'Mrs. Millanl Tat,i for a basket
Milt.rli Irisli potatoes, which
t. raiwni from so.-d raised this
yar. lo.:;-".saiid loth fine
Toia the imniciiHf crowd that
i'u through Marion Wednec-
"bv to tin- F.-.i.ral Court at Ashe
Hlimss that Ritnu'tuv lino
''"D drii.kmju in Mitchell and Yan
C'T Coin. tie-.
Urut. .us Snuff at J. P. Norton's.
With Marc I
Anthony I p
say: Friends Q
me your ear.
Not to pro
nounce a eu
logy over the
dead, as did
A n t h o n y,
but to call
tion to the
assort m e n t
of new de
signs in Cor
to he had for
small cash at
WRONG END UP
IS THE WAY THINGS WENT LA8T
Ieinucru(s Elect the Clerk,
Sheriff, ItegiMer, Kepresen.
for Our Coroner!
Will Newland and Justice
We have held our paper until to
day (Friday) hoping that we could
give the result of the Congressional
elect on in this district. This elec
tion is yet in doubt, and it will
Uke the oflicial count to decide it.
Pearson's friends claim that he is
elected, and the Democrats claim
that Crawford is elected by a small
Will Newland hs been defeated
by a large majority, by J. Fusion
Spainhour, of Wautauga, who is an
Ed Justice and Ellis Gardner are
defeated by Senators Dula and
"Korner" Jimmcrson defeated
Korner"tDalc 27 majority. Dale
Bays he would have been electod,
but he foresaw the defeat of the
party, and he couldn't stand it to
have to bury his friends. All who
ne-d a corcnor's services will find
Iiawk Jinimerson doing business
at the old stand.
In the eighth Congressional dis
trict It. Z. Linney has defeated
Hort4Power for Congress by 2,500
The State has gone Republican
by sveral thousand 10,000 to
Republicans will have the legis
lature by a good majority, and this
means, Marion Putlcr and pome Re
publican for U. S. SenatorsSena
tor IUitler! the saddest of all
VOTE IN THE COUNTY.
Lee P. Crawford's majority over
J. F. Morphew for the legislature,
is 120. Crawford received 1,000
votes. His majority in Marion
township is 73, and at Old Fort is 7
R. R. Price's majority over John
C. Brown is 192, lor clerk ot me
Gardin's majority over McCall
for sheriff is 190.
Joe C. Brown's majority over
Will Lonon for register of deeds is
J. B. Burgin's majority over C
C. Lindley for surveyor is 97.
Jimmerson's majority over Dale
for Coroner is 2t.
. C Newland's majority over
Spainhour for solicitor is 93. The
judicial ticket ran about the same.
E.J. Justice received votes
for senator in this county, and Ellis
Gardner received 958 votes.
A. J. Dula, Populist recived931
votes for the senate, and Black, Re
publican, received 937 votes for
W. T. Crawford received 980
votes in this county for Uongross,
and Pearson received 944.
S. McD Tate received 959 votes
for state treasurer, and Worth re
We issued an extra edition last Sat
urday, and our printer has been sick
for several days. Therefore we only
... . . t . . r.M. -
pubnsn a nan sum v .....,,.,
The Kkcoeo wMl be published hereaf
ter on Wednesday evening of each
week, and mailed promptly to each sub
scriber WHO PAYS. Al names of de
linquent subscribers will be dropped
from the list at once unless payment is
made. This is the laK notice.
We have just received a first-class
n'wjob pres., and will be glad to do
all your job printinr. Call on us.
We intend to improve the paper with
each i?sue in the future, and ask yonr
s nt port.
HARDLY A DEMOCRATIC HEAD ABOVE
NEW YORK WENT Bl THE
BOARD EARLY II THE DAY.
Congressman Wilson Probably
Ah, hi..... ..
uoui me Next House of
Specials to the AshevilU Citi
400 It hi- T' forsythe county
400 Repubhcan. Durham precinct,
Durham county 104, Republican. Pas
quotank county gives Skinner (Pop)
7o0 majority, a gain of about 200. Four
townships intRowan, including Salis
bury, g,ve3 a Democratic majority of
Haleifh shows a Democratic loss-
' " i j is probably Republican.
The Democrats lose New Hanover and
Durham The Democrats gain in Hali
fax. The news indicates some doubt
in the Sixth distric, now represented
Advices so far show Terv lim-
change in vote of 1893.
Wilmington, Nov. 7. The Renuhli-
cans elect all their candidates in Xew
ilanover county by 400 maioritv. For
clerk, register and one representative
the Democrats had no opposition. The
Kepuolican candidate for the Senate,
Rice, is elected by BOO.
Cincinnati, Xov. 7. The citv and
Hamilton county have gone Republi-
an. congressman Tom Johnson con
cedes his defeat by 4,000.
Republicans carry all coneressional
districts. Indicati OI1S aro favnraklo .
Republican majority in the legislature.
Columbus, Nov. 7. Democratic State
Chairman Taylor has just telegraphed
the Enquirer conceding the State to
the Republicans by 90,000 plurality.
Knoxville, Nov. 7. The indications
n this, the 2nd Tennessee Congres
sional districts, point to election of H.
R. Gibson over John C. Houk by 5,000
majority. In the llrst district W. :.
Anderson (Kep ) is elected over E. 1.
Cox (Dem.) the voting wae light in
East Teuaessee. Evan (Rep.) for
governor runs ahead of Gov.Tumey by
Washington, Nov. C Senator
Blanchord wires to Democratic head-
quaters that l.ouisiaua sends a solid
Democratic delegation to Congress.
Washington, Nov. 6. W. I,. Wilson
defeated. Republican committee
claims all four Congressmen in West
Virginia and the indications are favor
able for a Republican majority in the
Pierre, Nov. 6 Returns indicate the
election of the Republican ticket, in
eluding two congressmen at large, by
12,000 plurality. The legislature will
be two-thirds Republican
Detroit, Nov. C. Rich, Republican
for governor, is elected by fmm 30,000
to 50,000. The whole Republican State
ticket is ejected. There will be a solid
Republican delegation to Congress,
Atlanta, Nov. 6. Russell, Democrat
is elected in the second district; Crisp
Democrat, in the third; and Turner in
The Populists are all defeated,
Macon, Ga., Nov. 6. Bartlett, Demo
crat, will carry the 6th district by from
3,000 to 4,000 over Whittaker, Populist
Richmond, Van Nov. 6. The indica
tions are that the Democrats have car
ried this, the Third District by 2,000
Further returns indicate heavy Dem
ocratic loss at nearly every point.
Spartanburg, Nov. 6. I carry my
district, the fourth, by not less than
5,000 majority. Wilson.
Columbia, Xov. 6- The figures thus
far indicate the election of Evans (Till
manite) for governor by 30,000 majori
Denver, Nov. 6. The Republican
committee claim all four Congression
New Haven, Nov, 6. A Republican
governor is elected. Three Republican
congressmen are probably elected.
Jackson, Miss , Nov. 6. All the Dem
ocratic Congressmen from this State
are elected by safe majorities except
in 4th, 5th and 6th districts.
New York, Nov. . A bulletin says
New Jersey has elected five Republican j
and three Democratic Congressmen.
Chicago, Nov. 6. The Republican
State ticket is elected bj 8,00 to 10,
Galveston, Tex., Xov. 6. The News
prethct the usual Democratic majority
for the State and Legislature; also the
election of Democratic Congressmen in
U districts, with the probable ex
ception of the 9th and 10th districts.
Nothing definite is expected tonight,
Crawford carried Swain by 400 ma
jority, and Haywood by about 600 ma
jority. Pearson carried Henderson by
EVEN MITCHELL COUNTY GOES
Rom Linney's majority in Mitchell
over Hort Bower is 855. The boss of
the Republican machine in Mitchell.
Wash Hyams, has been defeated for
clerk, by Bowman, independant Rc
publican, by 34 votes.
George Pritehard waselecteJ sheriff
by 75. Sam Turner was elected to the
legislature by a small majority.
We learn that Yancey has given about
00 Democratic majority.
Has gone wrong. Democrats lose every
man they nominated. Republicans car
ried the county by 250 to 300. Worth
carried it over Tate for state treasurer.
Haw Branch News.
Mr. Curtis and Miss M. A. Reel, had
a fine trip to the quarterly meeting at
Ebenezer last Sunday, where Rev. F. H.
Wood has been conducting a meeting.
Nicks Creek was represented on Sun
day by the following persons: W.
McCurry and Jennie Walch, Mr. Chas.
Walchand Minnie Walch and Misses
Clarisy Moody and Mary J. Krause
The union services will be held in
the Baptist church on next Sabbath
nignt,the 11th inst.
Mr. Calvin Wood, of Spruce Pine,
passed through Marion last week from
Richmond, where he had been to sell a
shipment of cattle, hogs and sheep.
Mr. Geo. Carson was smilintr so
"large" that we thought he had
heard some Democratic news that
no one else knew. It was caused by
the arrival ef a young, very young
iaay ac ins nouse.
We are indebted to the Charlotte
Observer, Asheville Citizen and
Morgan ton Herald, for the latest
elects n news. These are euternris-
ing nepers. The Rak-igh N;v.-s und
Observer iskeepingabrtastwith the
As some of our political opponents
deny the great reduction iu the prices
of hardware, we refer you to Nichols
Bros, who will sell you a Red Warrior
axe for CO and 75 cents that sold under
I he McKiuley law.at 90 cents and $1.00.
Politicians may lie. but figures don't.
tuny of the.-itizers of Rninsrille, ludi-
Aiia r nwr without a bottle of Camber
aid's ''oupli Inirlj Iu fr.e hum," ay$
l.icol. I! iiwu. t e leailing mrtci.uut ol tbe
plae. This HriurHy lis proven of so much
T!ue toi eolds and croup in cl-.ildran that
tf mothrts who know its worth are wil
ltiijr to without it. For Sale by SI or-
pbew & Mrtetman, lru;'giti.
The Florist at the State Hospital,
in Morganton, will hold his 3rd annual
chrysanthemum show Nov. 15th, in the
large chapel- Every lover of flowers
is cordially invited. About two hun
dred varieties will be on exhibition
Admittance isfree to all in the evening
of same day. At night only for persons
A select lino of ladies and gents
v.atcn chains, Iresh from the fac
lory, at Swindell's.
Blan ton's largt-and elegant stock
of dry goods, notions, boots, shoes
and hats is attracting the attention
of all the people. Call and see for
There it no medicine so often needed in
Try home and so admirably adapted to
tbe purposes Tor wliteb it is intended as
t himbrrlaiu' Pnin Halm. Hardly a week
pses out me member or the family has
need of it. A toothache or headache may
be cured by it. A ton oh of rhruraatisra or
neura'gia quieted. Tbe sererc pain of
burn or scald promptly reliured and th
gore hraled in aiueb less time than whe
medicine has to be sent for. A sprain ma
he promptly treated before loftnmation
iu, which insures a cure in about one-third
of th time otherwise required. Cuts and
bruises should receire immediate treat'
mnt before tbe a:ts become swollen,
which can only be dene when Pain Balm is
kept at band. A sora throat may be enred
before it becomes ssiiju. A tioublegome
corn mar be tenioed by applying u twice
a day for a week or two. A lame back may
be rured and seTeral dtr of valuable time
sare4 or a pain in tbe or chest rtlier
ed without pating a doctor bill. Prorure
a 50 cent bottle at once and you will neeer
regret it. tor silt by Morphew & Street
I am prepared to receive Taxes for
the year lii4. Remember the election
don't stop Taxes. The law requires the
above tax all to be in my hands by the
1st uay ol January JS!i;. Those in ar
rears for Taxes and they a-e not a fe
ih number, must settle at once or I will
be forced to make the money for you
Every person knows their taxes must
be settled. So you will save cost by
doing so. ti. u. Uabdix, Sheriff,
OUI Clothes JIade New.
. And at reasonable prices. I color
clothing both gentlemen and ladies
goods, and I guarantee satisfaction
and I also bind, repair and clan
the most delicate fabric. Give me
a trial and be convinced.
S. V. WEEKS.
Marion, N. C
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59 q .
Items of Interest In These Hard
Shoes I Shoes ! I Shoes ! ! ! at Mc
Call & Conley.
New lot charms for love chains.
McCall & Conley wants your peas,
e. chickens and eggs: either cash
or trade paid.
For fine soaps, stationeiy etc., to
to Morphew & White
Smoke Cannon Ball Tobacco.
pipe free with each 5ct package at
Mciau & Conley s.
Love chains, new, neat and nobby
Go to Jones' hardware store for
the best bargains in Li.irnies ever
tiered in Marion.
Here is .the place to buv your
part. aave thtm at :reit Un
reduced prices. McCall & Conky.
Just in Elgin, Waltham and
ew York Standard Watches at
No use of ntumbling along in the
ark. when vou can buy the cele
brated Dity Lantern for 50 cents at
McCall & Con ley's.
Special offer ! The New York
Semi-Weekly World ard Record
for $1.40 per year.
We are receiving our new fall
tock of dry goods and notions.
bought at lowest prices, and will
bQ sold on same basis. We invite
comparison of goods and prices
with any body. aCome and see.
McCall & Conley,
Martin Bros sell w omens shoes
at 75 cents that others ask $1.25
J. G. Nichols fc Bro. are certain
ly selling clothing, hats and shoes
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fine prepa
ration tor making jelly.
Martin Bros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sell for
The biggest, prettiest and lest
line of ocent calicos ever in town
Finest stoek of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones Hardware.
Of all the goods, Dr. Jones has
theiinest. Go there for hardware
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters
Buckets, Baskets and pictures
cheap at Medd s V ariety Store.
"Why in the world didn't you
buy those shoes from McCall &
Conley, and save money? They
keep the wst shoe at the lowest
prices. Also full stock dry goods
and notions has arrived. Bring us
your produce and get good prices.
McCall & Conley.
Go to Medd's Variety Store for
all sizes of Fruit Jars. They are
the best and cheapest.
The Record and - Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.40.
Martin Bros, havo the largest
assortment of fine shoes in town
at low prices.
Pickled tripe at J.P.Norton's.
Go to A. B. Gilkey & Son's for
fresh French candies.
Record and World $im
uy special arrangement we are en-
abled to send you The Marion Record
and the New York Weekly World for
one year for $1.50 in advance. Old sub -
scriber who pay up of course are en-
titled to this rate.
J. G. NICHOLS,
Ti,: : i . .
a a uy o: not ompetition,
shall beat us iu farinY.ing goods at
We haw just received a largi stock of CI thing, H its, Dre
Shoes, 4c. t suit every one, and fell
A large and general liiu: of
CALL AS D SICE US,
a", a- intighiojIiS &c b:r,o.
Esse Qnam Viderl blotto of
Written for Suuday News and Observer.
I am that which I seem to be."
O worthy motto our grand old State,
The same in times of prosperous peace
he same in times of adverse fate.
Within her borders there's no room
For cunning craft or cold deceit,
But ever open as the day,
She stands in honor all complete.
The Nation's history well has shown
hat this, our motto, we deserve,
O may it be our constant aim
It's truth and honor to preserve.
We hold this motto ever dear,
And call the world to see
That Carolina's sons are still
hat which they seem to be.
And they this motto will defend
n honor true and tried;
To bs what they appear to be
Shall be their loyal pride.
Our fathers this good motto earned.
e prouaiy wa:k the way they trod.
And are that which we seem to be
Before the word, and to our God.
LiiA Ripley Barnwell.
Henderson ville, N. C.
A cheap and rtvlish lin r R;
at McCall & Conley. ;
Double width cashing .i, ...i. !
for 15 cents per yard at McCall & t on- '
Bring us your rve.ehic
Highest prices paid McCall & oi Je.
A few choice designs ot tlir ti - '
brated Boss Watch Casses at Swin- J
okth Carolina. ) In tin. Snn r;..r
Yancey County. Court Fall Term.
James Roland, et. ui., Sarah
Roland, C. W. Edwards, et.
ux , Luciuda Edwards et. al.
Cratus Bailey, Lodusky Bai
ley, Cora Bailey, G rover
Bailey, Mittie Bailey, Pansy
Bailey, et a I.
The defendnnts above named will tak
notice that an action mtltled as above lias
been commenced in the Superior Court of
Yancey county to set aside and declare
void arertaiu deed to a certain tract of
land to which th defendanis hare become
heirs and which deed was iuinroorrlr and
illegally made; and th said defendants
will further tutte notice that they are re
quired to appear nt the nrxt term oft!"
Superior Court of Yancey county, to e
he.d on the 8th Mo:dy after the 1st )lnn
day in September 1894, at the Courthon'e
of said eo not j in Durnsrille, N. C, and ad
swer or dvmur to the complaint in fai l ac
tion, or the pluiatilT a ill apply to the court
for the reliM demand 'd n sai I complaint
This IfUh uay of Sep eunber I8fl.
W. B, BANKS, C. S C.
Budging k Watson, Justice k Murpli-v
Attorney's for plaintiff
The committemen ot the various school
districts of tbe county are requested Lot I
l-are any of tbe public school money tauh
out for next year nctil the same is a pur
tion in January next.
J. F. Moarusw, County Supt
The law requires that all residents of I
our village shall keep their premises
clean. The marshal will henafter at
tend to those who seem to ignore the
law. B. A. Cheek, Supt. of Health.
THE EAGLL BAtT"
Pure Kentneky Rye and North
Carolina Corn Whiskies, Wiiifs,
Brandies Export Beer. Champagne,
Brandy Peaches, French Branch!
'and in fact, all liquors kept in a
Orders solicited from adioinintr
I Plfrr n I
tw LsMU fJSl If
I JIAUIOX, X
R. L. NICHOLS
and we ntw a:
nncunx- that no firm
s O udj
them with the
Merchandise. Groceries cro
means so much more than
x.you imagineserious and
fatal diseases result from
T trifling ailments neglected.
f Don t play with Nature s
f greatest gift health.'
out of aorta, weak J
iiu generally ex
and cant work, M
begin at oncetak-
ina the most relia
ters. A (ew bot- f
ties cure benefit
cornea from the
very first dose it
sws'f stsia vr
.rsM, n v .
pleasaat to lake. J
DvDensIa. Kldnev and Liver
I Neuralgia, Troubles,
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments 4
f lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-
i stitutes. on receipt ot two c. stamps we W
f will send set of Tan BeawUlul World's
Fair Views and book free.
DDnuuM rufuirn rr uiTiunsc un V
Keeps on hand whisky
Hrandies, wines etc , of tho
best cj'iality. n. h. jiumrr
kons ''Old .r!ornM a specialty
Same price as new whisky
W Prepared according Ut the lormula of J'
I Die. WM. A. IIAM3IONI1.
in bis isnoraiorr at wasmiirMa, u. u.
tCKRKBMXI!, fmm the brain, for Hs- '
eaA. f tli trmn and nrrvo. sviueni.
KntlXINK, from the; aplnnl ror1. roe m
dlsaa ef the cord. locouior-Atra,
CIRDIVR, from tbe Ltart, lor dUea
Of tlir hvart.
TESTISE, from the for dlaeases
of the tmte. (Atrupti- ot tl.verKaBS.ster
TAHIVE, from the erarle, Tor diseases 1
01 th ovarii.
aStatCt'UNE. tbrrodlue. etc. .
aM. FlM Sreji. frirl 1 Srafbas tt.M.
Tbe pbysiololcr.1 efTwia produced t'f a
sinrle rioae ol rM-j ar accek.Yaaoa
of toe pats with fr.tinr of fuHrira aud dis
tention In the head, exhilaration nt spirit.
Increased orloary fim'lldn, aupre.otaUoa
of She expulalve force tt the bladder and
peristalUe artlon of the tntecln. tncreaee
in mcaeular atrenctb and enducanoe. In-
X created power of vision la elderl peopl.
Where local drurelat are not sapplled
with the Hammond Animal Extract Uief
will k. nulled, lof.llier wltb all exteilne-
lltoratnre on tbe sutyvct. en receipt of price,
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