GENUTNE JAS BOSS GOLD FILLED WATCHES AT SWINDELLS. ga
MABIOIT,' XT- O, TttTJ-RSIDJL.ir, DECFiMBilK SO' 1894.
KRl VAl- AND DK PA RTF UK OK
0LTiisr,s UAiLUOAD-Wt bound t-ain
.rriv at Marion t 1.57 p in., nd leaves
t i.0 4. East boun,i ,rilia "rr,ve8 l
-mi'leaves at 1- m- .
,;, 4 C. I.AiL'oD-Tr.un arrives at
, V p' m , and leaves at 4:43 p. m.
- Brinz your Job work to the IUcori..
J. C. Neal was in Ashevillo this week.
:... i ...q Veal is at home for the
Xi IBS II""" "
Mr. i- W. Ivej.of Newton, was here
I). E. Huilsins went to Greensboro
Tuesday on business.
Did you know that next Tuesday was
Christmas? Well it is.
A big stock Liverpool salt in seam
l(H bags at McCall & Conley's.
Will Nel is hei'e from Wash
ington to epend the holidays.
Mrs. W. 1. Wanton has moved into
her new residence on Henderson street
Capt. Ramseur and Major Green,
of Shelby, were in town una wcok
Rev. T. J. Rogers will preach at
i,;,Wv!ifr and Snow Hill next
Col Trinp and Maj. Lumpkin
,,f the Cs Railroad, were in town
-We have put in new nir.i
job press, and can do all your job pi-su.
h;Jf -..( f r.
I L HcK.iy.of oiiriown wants to
buy for cash W"0 feet of poplar lum
ber, at one.
John Cheek has accepted r. pit!ou
with the Southern Express Compr-iy
Don't sell your Teas, K-srs Kye
Com, Bean 4c, until you saJ J
Nichols & Bro.
: hav just received a nice line of
Ilockers for Xmas. Call ana sec L......
'i"i,mi-and Dozen Effcs wanted
Christmas l-T il OH & Coiiley.
Cash or trade paid.
A nice line of Mackintosh coats,
rubber boots and overshoes, at
Ciill & Conley's.
Fifty cents btivs a solid gold en
grnved band child's ring at Swin
doll's jewelry store.
The nici'Ht line of solid outings
,v,rin the citv just received at
McCall A Coiih-yV
Tho telegraph lino recently com
pleted to this place on the " C
is a great convenience.
Mrs.J.io.n. Newton, of Alexandria,
Va., is spending th holidays vvitn her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. u.
Fine French candies, raisins, figs
and a complete line of Clmstmas
ported candies at A. B. bilke A.
Capt. J. 1 Norton has the Eagle Ho
tel fitted up in first-class style now,
and he knows exactly how to entertain
Xm-.kin riniw 15 cents and 25
rents each. Butter knife and su-
trnr shells at 85 cents a pair at
Mr. (iconic Hvams, of Mica, sent
to the Reccki office this week the
ilnefit venison ham evor seen in a
printing office. Thanks.
Chairs, safes, cradles, aud in fact any
kind of furniture you want at Ceo. A.
Cilkey's near B. & u. depot.
Run us out of the old staiid, but we are now
j fitted up in the Hyams Store House, next
If you ar going to five your fri;id A I'ossjua Tale i n S:lci.
a Xmas present, why not buy one of fi,., ,,t -.-.. wv.mis!r.:- v irr i-v-n
those beautiful up-hwibtard IJoekers , , , . , . . f .
1 .lias Lirfn in lijve. ;i is ta.i!. :fi
from Cto. A. Gil.:ey? i ,
W. I'. 151anton's sto-k of goods, em . i i t
. . ... , his sincerity, lie proposed toiiuut
braeing everything you want, is opened ' 1 1 ,
up the warehouse in the rear of the old j tll he found un O possum, to
stand. Call nd see them. that he could enjoy the luxury of
Stop at the old Hva:ns store a V-im supper with the object
hmiM with vonr nroniififi. ttenave ui auctuwis. no ncinvuiu"
anything you want.
McCall t Conley.
Handsome line of ladies' lac
pins, baby pins, scarf and Btick
pins, watch chains and fobs, silver
and gold plate lock bracelets at
The schedule of the Southern
Railroad has been chansrod. The
a three day a tour seeking a poe- ;
gum, hunting along the big road ; (ICOr 10 tlie JoaptlSt JllUrCIl Willi il lillgc
from Marion to Spence Elliott's,1, '
and other public highways. His j StOCv '01 '
determination was of no ordinary
3 n ga
ci;aracter. When he got on the
trail of a 'popsum he pressed the
varmint with such persistence that
the aforesaid varmint ran against
nauroau nas oeen cuanyou. ino
, A i a hickory sapiding with such force
westbound passenger train is due ul,-,- i 1 6
here at 1 :57, and the eastbound at
4:11 p. m.
Mornhew ft White have just re
ceived the prettiest lino of perfum
ery and toilet articles ever seen in
Marion, especially selected for the
Martin Bros, have opened their
general fctock of merchandise in
tlipir new buildimr :n rear of the
old stand. A stock of new goods
arriving, at lowest prices.
J.G. Nichols & Bro., are daily recciv
in a large lot of dry goods, notions,
ries Ac., anil are closing: them out
ir.:nvd eoodu at and btlow cot. Co
and see them if you want a bargain
Dr. F. II. Wood, who has been
presiding elder of this district ior
the past two years, 3ft Sionuay
fur his work in the Winston dis
trict l'ev. Mr. Hoyle's family will
Christmas comes but once a
year, so buy your fire crackers,
cannon crackers, tky rockets, Ro
man candles, torpedoes, ami in
fct anything in the ti reworks h-e,
tit A. 15. (Jilkey it Son s.
As I lost a. 1 my furniture in the
c,:- T rni'ost all narties owing me
t;, call and settle at once. 1 will
take wheat, c-'rn, oats, peas, pork,
chickens, eg&s, i'l-uhers or cash.
M. A. Nov land.
Tin Blocker Hous, f.t Cld Fort, 13
one of the west homelike and pleasant
places to stop we know of. Capt 1.100.-.-er
looki after the comfort of his guests
in n manner that but few can imitate,
and tha laUc i- supplied in tlie very
that he split the eappling with his
head, went through it, and the
opening in the sappling closed just
in time to catch the 'possum s tail
held him strong and last. .o
better way appearing to oiir friar;':
to retain the prize, he cut tr.o sap
pling down, and toted it to t wn
with tha 'possum hanging to it by
the tail- He gave it to his friends
expecting a fine 'po.sum supper,
which was had very promptly, but
another fellow was invited to par
take of the game which he had so
strained his muscles and risked his
life to capture. Boys have an un
derstanding about 'possum suppers
befor you make such adventures
EUsk, Iliugs Rings!
Children's rings from 10 cents
up, solid gold set rings at 75 cents.
Ladies' rings from 2o cents eacli to
$7.50. Solid gold band rings one
dollar. Solid gold set rings $1.50.
Sterling silver set rings oo cents,
Bring us all your produce.
LEAVES Wonderland, North Pole, December 1st, 9 a. m.
" Iceland " 2nd, 12 a.m.
" Cape Cod " Oth, 2 n. in.
" New Yjrk " .10th, 11 a.m.
Chicago 12th, 3 a. in.
ARRIVES At Marion lGth, 2 p. m.
Owin?? to the recent
tim. it. i nrobable that
I wil bO compelled to
move my business n j
another town. AU
those that have watch
es docks or jewery at
mv place fcr repairs,
should- call for them
by January 1st, iS9o.
fcwintlcli the Jeweler.
Th vnnnhtr merchants, McCall
& Conley.. are doing a rushing bus
iness at the out liyams swum, ut
door to the Baptist church. They
...,. rr.(.i.ivi(l nvinv new goous
mro UV3 :m mi" t-
stock at low prions.
We .-;;pr.o there vi:lu-nc o'ej.' un
raised il the boys want to pup nr.-
crackers this Christmas, but there is
some danger of the chimneys and pave
ments being burned. ! or our pai i we
hi. k Marion has had enoiiiii nr?w..i
for some time to come.
Morohew ci White have bought
an entire new stock of drugs, ana
will have them opened up in the
Norton building by the first of
the year, when they will have one
of the prettiest drug stores in est
ern North Carolina.
wn W'nrliek. a brakeman on a South
... ..Mr, ad freight train, while coup
linS cars last Friday morning, slipped
-,i fn. ibe train running m
or,rt nn arm. Ui lived about 3
h,nrs. and died as soon as reaction ook
nlace. lils wife arrived on me wei-
.... I .kL- tli a ro-
bound 2 oVIocK train auu i-
mains to his home at UicKorj me .
day. The accident occurred in frout of
the S. K. K. depot at tni i-.
The Democratic Voice, of Tond
Creek, O. T., has tho lollowmg re-
o-irdiii: our former townsman, lr
James T. Griffin, who is meeting
with success in his new field :
i "James Griffin was appointed
deputy county attorney by Judge
McAttce. This is quit an honor
for a young attorney, nut jimuy i
deserves it. This greatly relieves
the work of the county attorney.
A reporter called at W. P. Blan
ton's store yesterday for an adver
tisement, but found all hands too
l.uay slicing and selling new
good just rcLiveu to wni.1.
Cuing. Tney have opened up
lare stock of dry good?, notions,
boots, shoes, hats, ciouiing, ivi ,
and buv all kinds of country
t.. m-,iin rtc. Their new
At the residsnc of Mr. N. II. Jim-
mcrson. on Sunday, December .'3th,
Mr. Joseph Tad'ett was married to
Mi(;..m. dau-rhter of Mr. v. vr. Jim
merson, by Esquire Avery Goforth Mr-Idg-tt
is a popular and worthy
yauiig man, ?.td the bride is a charm
ing vounj; lady. Ve wish them much
TT.,,-;r,cr differed a sevwro loss by
the recent fire we request all our
friends and patrons io make imme
diate settlement oi all accounts
uu ; us, or the im, will bo p!a;ed
in tho hands of an attorney for
H0RPI1EW k WHITE,
Gr.fii River Sunday School
Tli'i nit meeting of tins boJy will be
held in the Betlitl cliurcu. JicDowcll coun
ty, N'. C, beinuins on Friday before tbe
lflli Sunday iu Dt-cemU-r, 18tl.
11 a. m. Ii.tro.luctory strmon by Elder
M. M. Landrum; J . C. Sorrels, alternate.
p. M. 1. OrgAiiizaiion and repoits of
2. How shall vrc enlist tbe masses of oir
Baptist people in our Sunday school work?
Speakers : T. C. i a'f, Klder J. V,. Sorrels.
3 ' noes ibe Bible authorize Sunday school
work? Speakers: il. M. Lanlrum. J- l.
4 How does tbe Sunday sclicol effect '.ht
tome ai.d the church? Spenders: Lldtr II.
1). Han-ill. N. J. Ko'.liiis.
5. Abatis our duty in n-gard to rni-
rious? Speakers: Elder C. B Justice, W . W
6. Wbat are the needed qv.alifit-ations of
a successful BiV.e teucbn? Speakers: tldtr
J. II. Taylor, M. 15. Flack.
7. Is it the opinion ol this Association
liiKt ihe piacti'.-e of making a special 1 1 k to
the children on Sunday morning should be
continued Ht these meeting? Speakers: II. ;
Port:um, C. O. Scin U- '
8 The 'inpiits and education SpehK rs i
..:i,U.r Z. T. V. huc-'.des, W. y.. Vhit.'sU!es.
' a. Should oar 11 iptist peoj ne jlect,
U.eirown Sunday-schools, a.id t't a pirt
ia hf-ststing in Union Miad iv-schooU-SpcaKiMS:
II. K. Corn, A. J. Unishy.
I ). Viiace'iUuc-ic business.
I I A ,ii ,uri:ni-nt.
A. h. lluc'.;er, 11. M. Wilson, S. (J. Goroilh
WILL RECEIVE BY THIS TRAIN.
i iitsu oi iiuigs, consisiingoi lauiea, jii.ses ana ciniurens, plain
band, engraved band and stone set gold ring.
1 Case of Watch Chains, nice asortnie.it"
1 Lotcf Pins, Ladies Lace Pii s, Corsage Tins, Baby Pins, Scarf and
oj- t. r:..-
r3iic:v i ma.
e d-isire to thank the kind i Case Miscellaneous. 1
uds, and especially the ladies,
fhrmirrli MiP ! 1 ECORD. for the aid
rendered us in the work of saving
our eoods during the recent fire.
We now have a good stock of
general merchandise opened in
our new building, and mvite our
menus to come and see us.
mi l ines.
Till! JEW L
I have opened up my millinery
in the Eagle Hotel, Room No 1!.
Persons desiring anything in that
line, will please call at the abov
number on Second Eloor, where
they will find Miss Lula N irton m
Lewis ilAnncx, Pkesufxt.
We have Special facilities for h
L. I. McLocn, Casuiek.
d!ing She business of Merchant
charge. A great reduction in prices amj others in Western North Carolina. If you have no Bank account
of everything. our patronage is corrennond with us.
Mrs J. P. Nohtox.
Saved From tlie Fire.
I have saved bedsteads, bureaus,
washstards, chairs, springs, tab!
rwl s:iffs. All who are in need of
such things can find me at A. B
Geo. A. Gilkev.
gale oi Valuable Laisd.
Have opened their Grocer 3; ;j ia th
sale oi aiumct: ..m..
By virtue of a decree of the Superior SOUtllCril CUd Ol tQ Fie 1111' Hotel , WllC' O
Court of McDowell County, rendtreU at -
.. .r..v. :.. il,. if -Tft.ll ' .
they arc prepared to furnish the publi- wi
verything in the Gro rjry Line.
We will also have our Livery Stab.
'3-f T;tvK vriio cue tr.s.
We a.are to say to 'mr ct--
mers and all who owe u thtt we
having ftilVered considerable loss
durir." the recent fire aro compe'ieu
to collect every dollar that is due
us by the first of January next.
Friends whom we have accom
modated we hope will apprviate
the circumstance that will lorce
us to collect our accounts, and we
will have to do so by law if you do
not pay us by the first of January.
Thanking you for past iavors
and soliciting a continuance of
vonr patronage, wo desire to say
"that we have h c mplete stock of
new goods cheap for cash or pro
duce at our building in rear of the
old stand. Respectfully yours,
Fall term, IS'.M, in the Vase of John
Carson asrmnsr. r. . -;
n, i ,. ni nt luihiio aiictioti at
. iinuou ilir.r in Vitriol!. North
lilt OUUll, . '
Obituary. Carolina, on Monday, January an,
Mr r-' ecci McCurrv, wife of l.V.5, at 12 oVlock M. the interest of the
Mr. lvaecca Jia,u , said E. A. Thomas, Joseph L. Klliston,
,rtii: f.T..C,.rrv V.a . dmdat her r.- ,; , i.ut l I!ar in
home, ne.r Marion. N. C, on Dec. andtoat
She v.as born Ji'no
;.,r- -:fn Y2 Years, five
:-H'... :.-a.-:-lv-L...... -!ay-.
Siie wa happily warr.-U to Ub
e f1.tnl)pr 1st. 1S54,
with whom she lived happily until Ve lots in LU
-i... .!., ..f Uor ilftrith. To them ',..,, v' is iml Vmnbers 1.2. ad 3,
III'" A l"1! ', " ' ' .
Win ii'iiy -I"..-
low ii ui i
' . , i. f..ll.- .'..vlhuil I ..1 II ? 1 1 Z
il.vd made h John arson i a:-a vuiii -
i ti e a; A
Wi'e'O tl.e1iA l i:oiia .iii-i ,
w!-.:.-h i-i-d r."ci:i-v.o.i u -.tit' o.i.v
It- .Si, r of Utods oi Mf'-'Oivd! '-onty,
i, I-ok 2tI,o i -, f-.'r cr-vla-.n iU-
;.,t;,, r,r...-..ii-.' is here! v mtiUe tv
..I.i' ii riiMiiimi n'i nfoi'psuid: also
in l.lock Xo. ;
few days Respectfully
A. B. GILKEY & SON
the day of her death. To
were born nine ciii.ua'j. ' .i.i bv John Yan
She was a rreat sufferer, but ,.eytj,.M lo sa:d Robert V li are, record-
i 11 . f !-r - -.iVrctions she was cd in Book 1J, on pafje 3S in the Ke-is-P.mid
nil ot ! C-A ..-.iiwi-uoiin a ninresaid. Tern, s of sale :-
natient and resigned to Got. s will. Cas'h Tn5s December 1st, lL
Sister McCurrv joinel the Metho- j B. B. 1K!CE, Comm.ssioner.
, d iat church at an early age, and for l .
nn vears was a bright and shin- Saie of iniuauie
1 J " ' . j cul-avM Pv Virtue of o decree of the Superior
ing light for her Master She Laws ; J,,, County, r,,KlVred
a trood husband, seven children and at ra Ttrnl) lsM) in the ,w of 1 .
hit .f f, o,our tb.ir lo ' iV 3j
, , . .t.ol.nnnirl iti9 losta V i r; ,.t T nw. t he u udcrsi irned
in ner urat ; ; ... ii, ed bv the Court
devoted wife, the children an uti- )re Will sell to the high-
ii... V,a (.nmninnitV a 1 ... r' ,.ah t tbf Court I'ouse
good neighbor, and the church at r in MaHon,
Providence one of its best member-. ; on t'he wate, s Gf of Jake's v reek.
The IIki ord and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for 1.40.
Ceo. A. (Jilkey has opened up hisfnr-
!.,.,. in th McCall store room near
the It. $: 1) depot.
New line of mantel clocks, big
value, sure to suit, at Swindell's.
select lino of ladies and gents
watch chains, fresh from the fac
tory, at Swindell's.
Peace to her ashes, i . j.uuk. , aujo..... 0l.P(.a,etl. the Ht.irs at
rr.r.. 1 law of W. F. Cannon, deceased, m. 11
$100 for F.rc uffere.s. i J, and ot,K.rs. and being the
The following letter was received tr of onhti
e l i. V Mills liltru, i' .v. . .
by Mayor Morris noiu 8t,rirtion ()f the said lands rcn-rnce
Spencer president ot the sottutern ; mane ;-- m be
Railroad: sold to satisfy f-e jud-ment rendered
December 12th, 1&94. . in the said .-ause This 3rd day of 1-e-Honorable
Mayor, Marion, N C. ; cember.li. J Mo..,, Com.
My De ir -.-Noting he.
disaster which nas ia m-. - ; 7 ; - VUTti. of Camber-
Marion. 1 neg u mum .. i f. h.:nse." savs
herewith, my check for $100 as a Z a o ,Ue
.....:.,.. tnih iund for the nlt i.-me.iv bs utoven .f e. i-ncb
COnmouuoi. - I 1 . -a- l..r.,n.n .-biblrrn thai
benelit oi tne biiiii--. 1 i, LnnW itswonb fie i!
cm stt TrTKuno
,nt ,f the etlffcrers. I value toi co'.ds and croup in cU
V?i.WJr; svnn,u.hv f.rlb.lJJ..- &'Z
sidents of your city, 1 am, , w & SlrtCtman, dr-Rit3-
Yours vory Respectfully, j
S. Spencer. :
brick building is going up rapidly
lie Knew his Wife.
' JicUot:. You complain or the c xpeustf
of a typewriter. Why d ju'iyou luve you:
wU..- Jo do it
Hi."-ittk I can t dictite to my wt.'r. ui
There is no tu-dicine eo often neroed in
eterr hom and so admirably adapted to
the "purposes for which il leirnded s
Chamberlain's Pain halm. Hardly a treek
pasres but 6 me n.ensber of t-.e taniily ha?
need of U. A icouioene .;.. v., ,
h- r..rd bv it. A tou.-h '-f rheumatism or .
itrjSflS! J""---'-i Mr. Morns h also reivl .
i ...... i ,a'.,i irt much l.-j.i sime than w',iti, , ,., , nr $1 1 mQre through
j medicine has to be Jeni A i riiii i.my- 0!l of which:
k... ..vom it v Tie.ne i c !ui i- ' Liii.
in, which insure "re n fb -at c-t...ru , distnV
oIthetin.e -therwise reqitr-l. tuts an-.
bruises sliould receive i.iimeuia.c i.r.- niuiui...
m-n- befme the narts become swoiln,l
1,;,-!. r:i!!Oi-.!v- be done vbeu Tain halm is .
A s:ie I'.iioat may ue curu nriV
n m us serious. tioublt soi:;e
... l.a innnvpil 11 V I- ! . H'U . .- .v .
coin " f - - - . - .
a dav for a wevk or two. A lame b-nknu-v
h.- cured ami sever.-t cays oi viu.o j
cv- i or a pain iu the sid-- or ciie.-i n li. v . Tfaf N w Yolk aevateJ rai.ro d-c-i
wi.hout paying a doctor bill. ;'r(l",',,,.lieWff twentv-lbree r-.il. !.-r
.... . ... i.,.tt'i nr.. e and TCV v.'iil l.eit ' ih.iu bafiu
SJ,itu, . luali i.u .--
regret it. r or sue o. .-P- - s0lrS for shoe
mU. Gt D!IUl l. 1
W. C. NEW!. ISO
Lenoir, N". C.
M A NT.V. I AM.
.yaric-n, X. C.
i7.cn, all of which; If i 0 Vel5',i-?
.ledina judicious! gfiW-iUJl "
W j kept at hand,
btt'ore it beco
i . .Ai?..rv 4 'D r orssEl.LOi:? iirci'a
Fernle. ' AT LAW
o good to-hrse nach.,
v-iil sell for cas r t.r on ,
1 have a full assortment of all ki;tls of liawhvaro, inclu
iling EuiKlcvfi- supplies, such as nails Jocks ami hin,
. l,n,.A n (iiwilinnnrn-!!!!!
also, paint, oil and white ie;v.. im., ,
botiibreach andinuzzlc loaders, from $2 SO up to $10.00.
Qtov of all price, and kind,, including the celebrated New Patron
S o , aii l ... and pri(.,s.
rei to Sive yr u gooas in my , -
VM. Mc )- P.CRoiX.
Practice in the courts of the 10,
1!, and 12th district, and the Su-j
j-.rlcie court of N.( C, and th" b .
S. C.urts of Western District of!
Moigiuiton, N. C.