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J.IU1IVAI AND DKPARTUUE UI
Suuthkk Railoai W.-st bound train
drives at Marion it 2.0J, p ru., and leaves
, . ,i. Kan liomi'l train arrives at 4:13
tttlJ !r:tv-. at 4; 18 p. ia.
C Jit C. hAH.no.ii Train arrives at
1 - 1 , p m , mid le.ives at 4:4" ji. in.
- ..A-XCD:r T- O, THURSDAY, OYEMBER 22, 1894,
A TERRIBLE FIRE IN MARION-
LOO AL GLEANINGS.
It I estimated that about 2,000
turkeys have passed through Marion j
this fall for Southern markets, lor ;i!kv-. I li v fet-.i.i. !... ...r
I'iKiit Ior Perish its ilie
This morning at 4:80 o'clock
fire was discovor'-d at lis. livery
staUe of A. 15. G Ikcy and Son.
Tho alarm was iriven and the
Mr. Hubert Pyatt, ajred twenty
years, who married a MIs (nieen last
summer, died at his home m ar (Ken
wood, last Tuesday, of pneumonia.
We have n account of the mar-
r.rin' your Job work to the Kseoi:i.
-;o to the City Bar for Tom and
Mr. IMI. Cowan, of (Jilkey, was
in town this week.
A new line of soaps and perfumery
at Morpbew & White's.
-;otothe City bar for hot drinks
f all kinds, at any hour.
Send us vour job work. All work
done neatly and promptly.
Hot drinks can be had at City Bar
at i-ani" price of straight ones.
(Quarterly meet tin; will be held at
tlie Methodist c hurch next Sunday.
Torn Martin, the popular grocery
inaii, is MillVrinj,' with an injured arm.
Thanksgiving services will be held
at the baptist church uext Thursday
Anything: in the produce line will
hu gladly received on your subscrip-
Whcro i that load of wood you
promised to brins? us on your subscrip
tion? Co to Morphcw fi White for fancy
randies '''pes. tooth, cloth and liair
If you don't think we will take a
load of wood on your subscription, just
Ceo. Mc "orm:-.ck, of (iarden City,
),a moved to Happy Home, on Clear
line of our citizens killed an even
bushel of partridges in two days last
Kev. T.J. Koers leaves 7l outlay
to attend confemce at Statesville next
-VrV have put in a new and splendid
jub pros, and can do all your job print
in;; i Ik up.
Iion't M il your Teas, Kjr.tfS '"''
C rn. Ilcans Jcc, until you s.'e J U
.Nichols ji Bro.
It'slmp Cheshire will preach at
ih Kii'iM-onal chiirc'n next Saturday
niht at 7 oVh.rk.
Bob Xeal. who lias been sick for
onic thtjs is able to be on duty at the
soiit hern tlepot again.
-Urine: us a t iirlvt- and a load of
M.od to cook it, on that subscription
.on have been owing .-o long.
Citv Treasurer, LI. II. Harlow, of
iloxatidria. Va., wife and daughter,
.,re at tin- Hotel Kleniminj;.
1. Norton's prizo coffee is ex-tvlli-nt
goods, and you get n valuable
I riz- with each i5 cents package.
lr. V. I:. Butt, who is u physiciaii
of ability and experience, will locate
nt Spruce Bine for the purpose of prac
J. (. MeXaughton has accepted a
position a-s foreman in the sheet metal
department of h Southern Ha'lroud
chops at Salisbury.
.John Pool gathered this week 1,000
buslitls of com from a few acres of
ground belonging to J. 1.. Morgan, on
the Catawba Kiver.
II niton's Snurt' at J. 1. Norton's.
in silver and
Silver Stick pins.
Silver Belt pins.
Silver corsage pins.
riage of Mr. Edwin English and Miss j alarm j aiJollt an wc l:lV0 to g0
Mary Avery, in the North Cove, on 4 . , ,, , ,
v- ... ... ... ' ! to iiglu lire witli no water, buck-
Nov. 11th, which will appear next " . '
i:r nil :i:i ni ami ci.rvr-
Will Masliburn was violently at
taeked with milk-sick last Thursday
night, at his home on Clear Creek. Dr.
Butt attended him, and lie is Im
proving. L. J. Conley has opened up a first
class meat market next door to Jas. I.
Norton's, and asks a share of your pat
ronage. Beef and pork kept on Land
at all times.
Come .to the Iti:roiti ollice for all
kinds of blank. We keep blank deeds,
mortgages, distillers' withdrawals,
battel mortgages, and print nil kinds
of job work to orde".
A. B. Howell, of Pennsylvania, is
doing soma good and substantial Ma
son work near Old Fort, and would be
glad to have a chance on your work be
fore letting contract.
Mr. Jno. A McDonald, who has
run the Easjle Hotel for sometime,
has decided to quit the hotel hus-
iness, and will move into the C. A.
Dale property next Tuesday.
Mr. Win Mel). Bui-gin has decided
to close out his entire stock of general
merchandise at actual cost. If our
readers want to avail themselves of
this great opportunity to get goods at
wholesale prices, we advise thi ui to
call on him at once.
ets or ladders; had nothing but
fire this morning.
Hut for the fact that thcru was
no wind at all, the town of Marion
would now be laying in uihes.
This, is another fearful warning.
Jt is the duty of our aldermen, or
somebody elso to provide means o
saving our livc3 and property in
case of firo.
But to the subject. The origin
of the fire is unknown, but at this
time it is thought to have been
caused by the carelessness of a
drunken negro who sleeps in the
.stable, the first letter of whose
name is Aleck McAdoo. lie was
seen to leave after the fire was!
first discovered. Th stable was a j
frame building, and surrounded by
wooden structures, all of which
would have been consumed had it
Items Fro in the ICuiliei foiltuu
Dr. R. A. Toms, a prominent youDg
phj ticirtii prancing at Milton iu Caswell
county, disappeared on Tuesday night of
list week and up lo Ibe hour of going to
pres.- no'.Ling has btn heard from him.
He i3 a :ia:ive ot Rn lierfo: tilon.
The warehouse of the government dis
tillery of Jno. M. BrMges, in the northern
tiiirt of ilie county, ras destroyed by Ere
surul iy nig'at by mi incendiary. There
.v re three hundred gallo.s of whiskey
oiirnud with the l.utluing.-
Tlie Shelby Rtview stales that W V.
W iliijuis, h prominent citizen ot Upper
Cleveland county, dropped dad at li'.S
jlal!e3 Monday morning, lie was seventy
years of age.
The Review sajs that t;.e barn of Virgil
Ebi.iU, iu Cleveland county, with two
b.t!s of cotton and a large lot of fodder,
etc.. ws destroyed by file last Friday.
There have been three ca?3 of delirium
mittens in town this week. This is a
pretty tough record for a '-dry" town.
The subject of t is notice, Mrs.
Mary Jiriglit, (nee Grant) wan born
Nov'. 11th, 1SH), in McDowell Co.
X. C, and left earth for rest in
Heaven, as we believe, on Xov.
not been for the fact that no breeze loth, 1'.M, aged 75 years and two
da-3'S. iler mubund left her for
the great beyond in 18(50, to toil
and btrujj;g!f3 with the difficulties
incident to the "Civil War" hist
Mr. Merritt Bright last week
bought from Capt. C W. Crawford the
old Isaac Morris homestead on Second
Broad Biver. We learn about $1,00
was paid for tiiis farm. Wc are glad
to hear of land sales. It indicates that
business is reviving
The biggest mortgage ever seen ia
t!;i.-: coaritry V:s lMcerdt-d by o:k pop
ular rcgi.-; r Joe Brown thiawiek. l-
contained' nearly thirty ttio.isandi
words, and ti e consideration is pom:;
thing like fl-.'O.oa.Cei), and includes
property belonging to the Southern
Kailroad ( ompany. This mortgage
has to be recorded in :5 counties in
The largest stock of clothir.,
overcoats, underwear and goats funs
islnr.g ids ill Western North Caro
lina is at the popular clot hing house of
Colleit & t'illam, at Morga-iton. Ai
orders sent them will be tilled satisfac
torily. They are leadeis in clothing,
and guarantee perfect lit - ami low
prices, .-ve ineir an. in mis t.-soe.
I will open a subscription school
in the Hotel Fieniniing, on Moii-
l.iv lJ"i-einl)cr. oiU. ierm: o
. a I. rr ft.,iki
cents per nioiun. it m iuoh.- i iom
one familv. 50 cents each. Satie-
faction guaranteed. 1 am a grad
uate tf L'nitetl States schools.
Ci.Ai nK T. CutrnKu.
The stables burned very rapidly.
There were nine horses in it, and
only one was saved, but ho was
considerably injured. Ho belongs
to Jim Finley. Mr. James Hemp
hill and Joe Corponing saved him.
Gilkoy and Son hud only three'
horses at home, a.l of which were
L i T-) r.
H 5 .v.W - P5
If ?-2Q 5 p g
L J 5 I- r-
O co o
5X S3 o
J. (J. NICHOLS, R L NICH0L
NOW FOB THE! RAOE.
Tliis is a day of hot c jnipcthioti, and we new a:nicuuee thai uo firm
shall beat us in furnishing troodai at
7 -1 a
burned to death. They also lost
harness, feed etc. Their total loss
is about $300.
George Lintz lost a horse worth
A Ih'.e s-iddle h
. j ."ov :i. i i ii'.Ui
i i i
lost a vaiuai.iie
d lo Mr. D.
closed, witli a large family to can:
for, being the mother of eleven
children, live of whom survive her,
whom she provided for as but few
men even excel, being a woman of
great industry and provident ener
gy, what an inspiration was? her
life to others, what a rebuke to in
consistency; what a guido to
ethers left to tcil with life .alone ;
How resti'hl to hear her comfort-
iing words! How tenderly consid
erate of th.i feelings, wishes and
,r-.e bol'.-nrirtEc j comfort of all round her; How ro-
lO i'. l! 1:1
le i):u"!', "i!h I'.i.t. iili'v.'. r " . , . ,
Kev. licKesson, colored, canm in
yesterd:iT from Morganton and his
horse perished m the l!air;(
Mr. Jamus Lonoi: 1
norso in tno me. ..' ;:,i ,,r i: ,,1
ilie hunuin- . fioi.-eu i.) .u.. , ,i- vear;;. IntL Ijcrn it with
""u- I truthful i carnation to tlie divine
Xo m-uranoo on tho prone rty. j v.n ,,ul iKlVJn.- contracted accuU-
'Manr ot tltoTiti.eTs ot u'-.insviP.e, lodi- j ituimonia, . it ended her life in
ma ar never wi'.Lout a nolt'e os i amour- um i' .-uwii uuj s.
aiu t.:iirh Kmie.iy in t'ie house," siy j s;( -Aunt Mary Bright,' a b.OlU'.e-
Jacob It-nun. t..e 'ea-tius meiCtiiOit ot thf.j.,.if ,Vi)i.(l : tlu, ivinimwnilr. imm
i!a-e 1 his I'.i'inedv has proven of buh-Ii , . . ,,- , . , " , 4,;
laiu.'fo, eolds ..d ,-rt-, ... ehildrru Utm ! , Vli euuesuay the an.
moliiers who Luow ifv-orlh i.re wit- lill , 1110 Wl'ller I..,.-,13.r-(l i .V ic.'l.
t-. ie without ii. Fit .s!e hy Mur-jj. (j. Sorrels, conducted the burial
. S. .-sireetman, dru-.'-i-ts. i service at the residence, with a
r.,, r.T, i iiirge gathering; of relatives and
T3i Clarion Acadviu). h- i r, '? i t -i
irionds. aftr which in the tann v
The present term of the Marion cellictery, wo laid hr body by that
Public School will close on Fridav, j uf j.or inisi,.., j, there to awa'it the
Xov. oOlh. between that dato and ..C;rt;at tav that's coining." May
about .v.!arch the 15th Kov. Mr. I ..i,; ,ir;in y'u.i : iini friencls nil
be a'inionished by this death, to
We have just received a lar-i stock of CLtliinj, Hits, Dron
Slices. tc. t - suit ever one.'aad sell them witii the
A larjre raid general lin.; .f Merchant ise, Groceries etc
CALL AXD SEE US,
a. Or isriciio j,s & b:r,o.
Lewis Maddux, Phf.sidknt.
I ii. J- i. m J
L. I'. McI.oi-i,Ca.iibk.
Hems of lutc. est in Tliese Hard
Shoes! Shoes! ! .Shoes! ! ! at Mc
Call & Conley.
New lot charms for love chains,
McCall & Conley wants vour pe:t
rye, chickens and 'gs; either cash
or trade paid.
For fine soaps, stationery etc., go
to Morphew & White
Smokr- Cannon 15all Tobacco,
pipe free with each oct package at
McCall Con ley's.
Lovechains new, neat and nobby
Go t Jones' hardware storo for
th:- 1 ;--t ban'ains in l i'rgies ever
WE3TBR1T OaH-'JI,! N'L. 33A.lSr.KI
.siii:vblm:, a. c
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS $25 000.
We hav Sp cial facilities for handling Iho hiitdncKH of Men-hantH
and others in Western North Carolina. If you Jiavu no Hank account
or think of a change, we will 1 e glad t have you correspond with us.
Stand by your town, says a sensi
hie exchange. .Not a dollar invested
there bst some good comes of it. There
is no family like your family; then
tvife like your wife; there should be
no town like one s own town, w Here we
live, educate our children, on whose
treets do our babies play, and where
we mav some dav sleep. Let the news-
oaner Ma ml bv the town and let the
business men stand by the newspaper
and let us make our home as famous
The Hound Hill debating society
met in full force and with telling ef
feet last Saturday night. The question
'Kesolved that the negro has been more
cruelly treated than the Indian, at the
hand of the white man,' was ably dis
cussed, and decided in favor of those
of the affirmative. One young orator
very feelingly concluded his remarks
as follows: "Well, I'll not say anything
more, for you might as well sing
Psalms to a dead mule as to talk sense
to these judges." The question, '-Resolved
that further immigration from
foreign countries should be prohibited
by the United States," will be dn cussed
at Hound Hill next Saturday night.
A cheap a,'rt stylish line of shirts
at McCall iV Conley
liouble width cashmere
for 15 cents per yard at
iuitli in he; tuvi;-i;r lite and
salvation. She selected th text
f .r her burial service, viz. John
(i :21--'J, 'lliis of it3elf i strong
eyiuoiu-e of a regenerated linnrt, a
CITY BAR. !
I rcbllK ri.MOFUCE,
Keeps en liai.w wlnVkf j
Brandies, wines etc. of the,
best (cialitv. n. ii. jiMiir.it-
!sov -0M f'orn1 ft specialty'
Suiue !nco it.-? now wnikv
White and Miss Ellen Crawford
will teach a term of subscription
school, after which the public
school for 1 SO will begin.
Terms for the subscription
months: $1, .$1.1:5, .$150 and .$-'.
To fie Rkcokii: Ailow mc to sugert
the mime of W. F. Cr.ti, of Mcl)eil
county, tor State Ilniiruad Commissioner,
liis vuried and intimate knowledge ot bus.
itie?s matters will ennble him 'o discburge
ell the tlutie3 ot a Commissioner in th
iuo?t satisfactory and intelligent mrnner.
His long at.J faithful devotion to the He
p il.acan party entit'.
be tvatiy when the summons comes,
as we have good hope ti believo
"Auut Mary" was so.
"Servant of God, well done!
11 st from thy loved employ;
The battle fought, the victory won,
Enter thv Master's joy."
" M. M. L.
Marion, N. C, Nov. 21st, 1S91
I will be at the following places at
the dates bebvv named. All persons
owing me taxes wre urgently requested
'.es 1 is claims to f .vor- i to meet me on these days. I will be
ab.e consideration in the distribution ol I forced to collect taxes by law if not
Turquoise and silver.
Brownie stik pins
the latest Metro
kwimlell the Jeweler.
the emoluments of otlice.
McDowell Rfpublu an.
ALL FERS0N3lNDtBiID TO US,
by either Mortgage, Xoto or open
account will please call and settle
at once and save us the unpleasant
duty of forcing collections.
McCall & Com.ey.
New line of mantel clocks, big
vahif fcure to suit, at Swindell's.
Iiuy your coifce from J. P. Nor
!i.il -tt si valuable nrize with
vi..., n - i . f,9 p
each 25 cents package. The prizes i t-!,.imj
otherwise settled. Come out and paj
up and saye cost.
Finlevs, Nov. 28th.
lligzfns Mill, " 2Jth.
Old Fort, Dec. 1st.
Mr rion, " 8rd.
II. Gardix, Sheriff.
J. G. Nichols it Pro. have just
received this week a new lot o
clothing and over couts with th
Tiier? i uo medicine so ol'tn noeued in
err hon." nni so admira'dy a-htptetl to
I. a i,:n ms- f.ir Wii ich 1' i? intereleu its
iir:a;n s I ;i!ii lt:i.m. H.-tnliv a week
e dress goods consist of bowls, pitchers, cups and i .:i,s-s i.nt s ci? n.e.vhtr of t!.e f.i,..tiy h.i
.McCal'l & Con- I saucers, &C. i " "f A tooth., i.e or heatche m,y
I , be cireu by it. A t .itu n t f r!:; uit;t;sni or
Bring us your rye, chickens and eggs,
ighest prices paid McCall A Coniey.
A few choico designs of the cele
brated Boss Watch Cassesat Swin
dell's. Latest designs in scarf and stick
pins. onny im or euu uuttons,
reduced priced. McUaii Gonley.
just in Elgin, Waltham and
New York Standiird Watches at
No use of stumbling :hr.g in the
. ark, when you can buy the cele
brated Dity Lantern for 50 cnlsa!
McCall & I'onlevV.
Special otVer! The New York
Semi-Weekl World ai:d IIiccokd
for $1.-10 per year.
We are receiving our new fall
stock of dry good a and no'.i.ms,
bought at lowest prices, and will
be sold on same basis. We invite
p. comparison of goods and price.?
with anybody. aCome and se...
McCall it Conley.
Martin Pros sell womens a hoes
it in cents that others as.-; $1.2o
J. G. Nichols it Pro. are certa n-
1 y selling clothiii'' hats and shoes
Something new, Tapioca, ju-1 re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fine prepa
ration lor "nutiiiig iel 1 v.
Mar'Jn Pros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sU for
The biggest, prettiest and host
line of 5 cent calicos ever in twn
Finest stock of Razors ami pock
et cutlery at Jones' Hardware.
Of alF the goods, I)r. Jones lias
tho finest. Go there for hardware.
Clothing. Hats, Shes, Sifters
Buckets. Baskets and pictures
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
"Why in the world didn't you
Iiuy those shoes front McCall it
Con!y, and save money?" They
keep tho best shoe at the. lowest
prices. Also full stock dry goods
and notioiu has arrived. Bring us
your produce and get good prices.
McCall it Conley.
Oiil Cluilic 5Iadc New.
And at reasonable prices. I color
clothing both gentlemen and ladies
goods, and I guarantee sat isfaetici
:-.nd 1 also bind, repair and clva:
the most delicate fabric. Give im
a trial and bo convinced.
S. V. WEEKS.
Marion, N. C.
means so much more than
Tyou imagine serious and
f fatal diseases result lrom
tnflincr ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift health.
I desire, all who want shoe r--
I paired neallv- ana suosianintiiv
.. ;n ..' n. .v ..... n. ...,.t "
in Marion, X. C.
V U. Wakefield.
oktii Cakolim, ) l:i the Si.nrior,
Vaxcev Cocxty. ) Court Fall Term,
.lames dand, et. ux., Sarah
Roland, C. W. Edwards, et.
ux., Lucinda 'Kdward el. al.
Cratus T.ailey, hodnsLy Bai
ley, Cora Bailey, rover
ilii ley. Mitt ic Baikj, Tansy
Bailey, et. al.
The 'Irle.i.l.u.ts :ib:vit nmed iriil X j
no'ice th:0 ;iti action eniitleil as hove Ii1f 1
t'-e!i ri'imii'irei'i in th" Superior Court ot
Vani er countv to set aside KiiJd-cbire
vt.id 'Jeer tni n lo a certain tract f.fj
.ana io vnicr. ... .i..1-t!..itn.Si "nmuc T TUC a 1(141 a ClimiATA
heir and which JerJ was improperly and! J IDt fi et1 r 3 LalNftl.l
rimismu it i sum i w
out of aorta, weak
and generally '
bave no appetil
aad can't work.
begin at onretak.
ine the moat relia.
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A fw bot
ties core benefit
comes from th
very first dose H
n l ttam w
Uetk, and It's
plsasant to Uks.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
f Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria. Nervous ailments
C.r anlv the reuuine it has crossed red
f lines on the wrapper. All others arc snb
i stitutes. Un receipt of two sc. stamps w
will send set of Tan Beaattfnl Wtrtl'l
Fair Views and book free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO.
watch chains, frcnh lrom the lac- , burn
lory, at Swindell
i: iik-ted. The fvcre paiti of h
n.d jirn.nj'tiy ii-b.-rcd and the
?ore I -u't'd ia mm !. lrs time tlian i.eti
medicine h.is to be sent lor. A f; r.iin inav
Rlailion's hiriTeand tlfSjailt stock ; te p:on.(it!y ireated Lefore i-floaa-inn se'S
r i i . I , t-. 1. in which iui:r cure :n a!i'.:i. uiu-.lhir i
uf tlry iiootU, notions, hoots, shoe, , ,tUfrwiie rhK,u rsiU aQll
and hatrf is attractmt: the attention i,iraie3 gIi0lllll revA.ive ,;,,lac.!iaie n-e..t-
of all the people. Call and SH? fori n,-n- hdorethe pans become swollen,
VOlirself. " I "l'ich can only he don when I'uin lijlin is
' Ut pt ft hand. A sure throat l"y be cured
Tlie lilllillis OlS Vour Taco. ' het'oie it bccotn. i seiiouf. A ti o'ibb some
j Are caused by impu.e binod, mid wi'.l ! t:r;i n ".ay le temove 1 l,v af ; jing it larice
Evaporated ap-ricots for making nfvrr be wt.;i uniiss you dearie it aad ; a d-y for a we!; or two A inine o-ck n.:y
pics at J. P. Norton's. j bu;'.l it up in richness at.J purity. Hot an j i,e cured and several 2.i v.lnl.'e Mtse
i c l:oo.l Ua'.tfi. hr rei t t-.'.ce i n.rirf- an 1 ; -,iv i or . '' in l'i- i t- or ch-s rtii-v-
.. f.., .1 t:--. : t-e.ir. u v! fi; v .a ne-!. I '".e v i; : . i ! :
cocmiutts, lig5. datori, ru.-in. A;c., l!l,0, ,,. ' i, ,c
just received at J. 1. Norton's, j Silie dy diugsteutt-.
(Jo to M-ldV, Variety
till of Fruit Jar?.
tho bct and cheapest.
Tnr. Kkcoki' ami Atiatua Wrekly
Constitution one jiiir for $M'.
Martin lire?-, havo the largest
assortment of line .sho' in town
at low priees.
lckkd tripo at J.P.Xottoii.
ill-yallr.ruiiUe; ar.J lit" said detetidants
will luiti.er take notice tint they are re
quired to appear at the nut term of the
Superior Court of Vancey coni.tr, t be
he d on t!.8 till. M i- day af.er tl.s lit Mon
day in September ISIM. at the Conr'nou
o' snid cruntT i:i II ir: sille, X. C, nd 1- j
s(r or demur lo .he com;.ini:it in s.tid a.:- ,
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uo:i u. ... p.a.n.tu - ... npp '.l iw tuc vuui
. ... i. tit
lor tue rsliet ilemun.lrt 'n iai l co.npaii.l J HVsCl LlXC. lliyrolne. crte.
J DR. VV3I. A. ii A3IXOXD.
Or In bi laboratory nt WaMiluftoo, IS. C
fKIIKnaiVE, from ': brlfi. ft.r dls- '
aaaeiur f.e l.rrtm nnj nrfvof tr.inni.
HIKDI LLrfK. from th- i.inal rorj. for .
A dlM-is. ol tlx: cord. ( I-o-cinutor-ASliia, .
X C.lKniSE. from tut Lsart, for dtaeaies
TSUtTlt-M from tl.s tw'e. for tlPBs
:of Uie t.es. i Airoyl jr vt the Mr.su, strr-
nVAKIH K. lrom inorr."s.ioroi .
Go to A. D. Gilkoy fc
fresh French candies.
ThU IS lb day of Sep eater 1891.
W. I!. B XKS,C. s t;. ;
Iludin )i YVatson, Justice k Morphew,
Atton.i-y's fu. plaii-.till"
Tax IVotlre. :
Tbe corporkl.on taxes for 189t is due :
now, ami must be paid at once.
J. M. CLAY, Tax Collector, i
Tbe law require tbat all rrsioiits of j
ourvil ae shall keep tbeir jiremisM ,
clean. Tbe marshal will hereafter at- .
tend to those who seem to igimre the
law. J". A. Chkku, Supt. of Health, i
ftssei, fin rss. rri '1 fsmw. ti.M.
Th nbrslolnrlral fri nrodurMt Wy a ,
Slusi nt I riVirliM. nr cil in ,
Of Uie pulsa wltu limine ix tv.inrm
1 IciiUuu ir II. o h'-ud, kl.arat.on n fr.ru. 1
larrvaiird nrliuirr szcm.oa. rmnitoa
1 of VI.e 4xpu...v furr.ei of ll.w b.adlsr aad 1
niiunlii sirrnrta and etid.inuiev, I
saMl power af v.4u l.i einsrir pvupi.
aad .ner gd spp . and dlflv f.r-r. x
Wbt loe. oracri nut iiiia x
wlb th HmmoK:l Aulmal k;racii tiff T
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raioreoa lberfJct.B rerl.t of prtee,
TBK GLrHIIA CHF.XICA1. V T
f 4 WaahlBCtsHS. D. . , T
THE EAGlt BAR
?1 o'o pvr uo.L.e.
I man, drugiaU.
Pure Kentucky Rye and North
Carolina Corn Whikies, Wines,
liraiidit-s Export lieer. Champagne,
Uraiidv reaches, French Urandy,
J and in fact, all liquors kept in a
i first-clasri Saloon.
Pr-t. (J. W. P.ird, ti e blind jru-1 Order solicited from adjoining
-ieian, lias rtturti' .l from IluthT- i counties,
!':!... IIw o-'s Ki xt to II. pri -t- i Address tho
a- i:..l. : :, oolh whlc; u'"' ' l '
he U vull ix-.st.ni in I MAKIOar, .
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and attest its vlrtuas.
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If not kect bv vour local draaeist.
i.oo lor large pome, or js-aa
bottles, and medicine will be
;ht paid, by
it a m ro.. Atuata, Cau
I sent, frei,;