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lou't take the paper oat of the post
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To-day is St. Valentine day.
Snd us a Valentine to-day for what
j on owe us.
Mr. Josephus Blanton went up to
Aihefille Tuesday to spend a few days.
Mr. Charles Forster and Miss Ange
lina Taylor were married last Sunday.
Mrs O. E. Crowson arrived in Ma
rion Tuesday, from Maxton.
Dr. W.Jones is the happy father of
a bouncing girl, wh arrived in Ma
rion last week.
If r. Zeb 'Parker whone arm was ao
badly crushed, at this place last Thurs
day, wareraoved to Asheyille Tues
Kev. Mr. White's schol at the Acad
emy has suspended for a few days on
account of the cold weather, to re-open
on next, Tuesday.
W. H.;ilesterwent to Rutherfordton
Tuesday, where he is engaged In the
lumber business. He will soon remove
his family from Glen Alpine to'Kutu-
Kef. T. J. Hoyers returned Wednes
day from Henrietta, where he made
the acquaintance of a young gentleman
who arrived on Feb. 2nd, and who will
hereafter be a briirht member of the
Kogers household in Marion.
Notice of Dr. 1'enny Poteet's death,
which occured on January 30th, at his
home in Marion, by accident failed to
appear in last weeks IUcoai. He was
eoe of Marion's oldest citizens, being
in his T'.Uh year. He leaves afamily to
mourn his lost.
Dr. J. 15. Shearer. JPresident of Da
vidson College, will pay Marion another
visit in a few days with a view of buy
ing the Catawba Hotel for the purpose
of establishing a first class female
college here We trust our citizens
will give liberal aid to this worthy en
terprise. Nothinr more desirable for
the town's welfare could locate here.
We advise our friends to read the
Sheriff's call in this issue for taxes.
Sheriff Gardin has been exceedingly
kind to the people, and it. is but a mat
ter of simple justice to him that they
pay their taxes. It is a great wrong
to expect the Sheriff to carry half the
people in the county by paying their
taxes for them. No man wculd be
more willing te do this than George
Gardio, but no man is able to do it. It's
at a point where it is pay up or have
your property shoved up. Take your
The Quarterly meeting for the North
Cove circuit will cm brace the first Sat
urday and Sunday ia March, at Con
cord. There will be preaching at
North Catawba on the Grst Sunday by
the Presiding Elder, Hev. R. M. Doyle.
1 will preach at Capernaum and Car
lisle on the second Sunday as the Quar
terly meeting embraces the first. At
Capernaum at 10 0 o'clock am.,aud at
Carlisle at 3 p. m.
E. N Crowds r, P. C.
sua will aisa piiokmx-liks from the
AMHES AND ItE THE jlEfcT TOWN IN
Marion w ears a sad appearance just
now, but "all things coiue to him that
waiteth.'' It is irrat lfviuir to learn of
the raany-jioiid improvement to be '
made here as soon as the weather will i Pnhalle goods are leing
pormit. ! "hipped as baggage or express,
Hr.j'.B. Dysart.will er.cta llu ,d. 1 Wiile live stock is positively re
aoae brick bioek containing four ! fsed. The officials hope to re
stores, 30x10-) ft eoh. wort to b?f.id ' tmv? regular traffic hY the first of
early iu the spring. TIjs bui'dm ; 1V-'5 (-
will be two stories hiL.
hv will erect
one smaller brick, 2'ixCO feet at once.
The sew and commodious building
of W. P. Blanton is nearinr comuie-
tion. It is 30xloo feet and three stories
nign. a tie uni'K worn, was aone oy
Mills Murphy, and is a flrat class job.
Mr. Blanton hopes to open a large
stock of e;oods in the new bui'ding in
abeut 30 days.
J. L. Morgan and Th s. Mcdd will j
build a handsome brick block on their
apt. Seagle, W. F.Crrig:, W. McD.
Burgin, J. C. McCurry and others will
make similar improvements, and new
Me will be infused into the whole
IT ow give us water works, some more
factories and electric lights, and Ma
rion will make some of its neighbors
Jealous over her prosperity.
Mrs. Fmily Therne, whoreids at Tole
li 8b,npt00' ,a, .h!i nTer b
- r . - ... ..j uituam, iui ruuuie
tism that relievcithe pain so quicklj and
effectually as Chawberlain's Tain Balm
and that she has alio ustd it for lame back
with great success. For sale by Morrhew
a White, Druggists, '
The Cold Wave.
A Winter Long To Be Keuirm
THE TIIERMOMETKR BELOW ZBR.fl
!ORTH. POUTH, EAST AND WEST
MUCH SUFFERING PREVAILS
PEOPLE FREEZING TO DEATH.
This winter is one that will long
lie remembered. There has hardly
been a day in:; two months when
the ground in this section has not
bem entirely coverod with snow.
Tire thermometer in Marion has
registered several degrees below
zero, a very unusual occurence for
our climate, which has heretofore
been noted for its mild winters. 4
But the freezes have been gen
eral and confined to no particular
section. Reports from Florida,
where the sweet fragrance of flow
ers have heretofore permeated the
atmosphere in December and
where the watermelons are in the
habit of "emilinjj on the vine' in
January, show the Viinter is as se
vere there at in North Carolina or
Now York. Lakes are frozen over,
orantje trees killed and the damage
done in that State is greater per
haps than that done anywhere else.
A special to the Charlotte Ob
server from Patchogue, L. I.t says :
It is stated that nine of the crew
of the uLknown schooner ashore
off Lone Hill life saving station
have perished. Through a field
ilass some persons claimed to have
seon eleven men in the rigging,
shortly after she struck j-esterday,
butonebyone they fell into the
sea from eold and exhaustion, till
but two remained
The vessel struck in the outer
bay off Lone Hill life saving sta
tion. The life saving crew, as
soon as they discovered the vessel's
plight, made preparations for a
rescue. The life-saving apparatus
was brought to the beach and a
life-line shot over the wrecked ves
sel, but the unfortunate me i com
posing her crew, w!o had sought
refuge in the rigging, were unable
toget to it, probably because they
were benumbed with cold and
thoroughly exhausted. Tho boat
Manning, the crew of which was
taken off in safety and which went
ashore near where the other vessel
struck, is in tho outer bay and has
all her sails set. Her rigging and
hull is a solid mass of ice.
East IIamptox, L. I., Feb 9.
Tho frozen body of a man is drift
ing al- ng the south side of Lone
Island, about half a mileT from
shore. The body has a cork jacket
on. The life saving crews ar un
able to get off shore owing to the
ice inside the bar. It is supposed
that th ? body is from the wrecked
vessel off Lone Hill Station.
CmcoRA,Pa., Feb. 9 The Pitts
burg & Western Kail road is block
ed for 109 miles north of Butler.
A train going north passed here
yesterday and stuck in tho sno v
two miles out, and is still there.
Tho passengers were brought back
in a farmer's hob sled. Three en
gines attached to tho stranded
train have been snowed in, and
will probably remain until the
weather breaks. The New York
and aslimeton express is snow
bound east of Cumberland, with
no indication as to when i will
arrive. The Chicago express, al
readv four and one-half hours ove.-
UUS ,iaB not .vet arrived at Wheel
1 . T ".. . 7 -
j trocbl-.i with fn qni.'tV,i.Js, 'r0.: ixi. -d "to
: try an old remedy iu n ., -
' fftniiogif took a tahlespuonful Hour
i .7 , ' . I ' . 2:
! next meruit She fou. d that her roM ha-1
nlmost enurrlr d iSMoiie ri. Purincr tne
diiv Le took fw dos-s of the rme1r
(one trjrotil'til m a t!me) and at nighl
gin took a tiblcpoanful before S injj
to brd, aod on thr following morning
woke free from all symptomsof the cold.
Mnce hco she har, i n serrral occasions,
uced this retned.v in lik manurr, with the
Mmr good results, and imuch eUtrd o?er
Lr disco ry of so xuick a way ef curing
cold. Fersale by Morphew White, Drug
git. X7J. G. XI i HOI S & BRO . have
just received a very laige stock of eren
eraimercnanaise consisting or cloth-
ing, dry goods, shoes, hats, notions,
oueensware, woooenware and groce-
nes. Jnn was m enect before this
stock was purchased, therefor prices
i are the lowest ever offered in Marion. '
Call and see them. Hardware of all
I kinds is one of their specialties
A subscriber aays it it amusing
to see the Shanghais wading the
now to mville. No waiting
The City of Inttitu. Ions and En.
SKETCHES OF SOME OF THE BUSINESS
EXTERI'RIBES OF MORfJAXTOX.
TH PIEDMONT BANK,
of Morganton, is one of the safest and
most successful monetary institutions
in western Carolin. Mr. Geo. P.'
Erwin is r,rMi,i.r w. c t t
ton cashier, of this
bank. Both are
safe, able and popular business men,
and the bank under their care has won
the confidence of everybody.
This bank was established in 1889. It
has built up a surplus of $10 000 and
paid its stockholders a dividend of 10
per cent last year It has done a large
business since it was. established, and
it is a hightribute t o its good manage
ment to say that it has never lost a
A LARGS KNTEEP8I8K
,1 theJplantof;the Burke Tanning
Co., of which Mr. W. F. Camp is genera'
manager. ToMr. Camp's umiringen
rgy,;bn8ine88 ability and 'experience
this tannery owes its success It ha
a capacity of P00 hides per "week The
company f-rendsbktiit ;$f0,000 a year
for b&rk which is di3trbJt?d anions
the farmers of Burke nd ifclowe I.
Ajlarpft? number nf men are employed
by this company, aud it iaaa industry
of which Morganton is proud.
The clothing house of 1-ollett & Gil
lara is one of the progressive firms of
Morganton. The abeve named gen
tlemen are numbered'among Morgan-
ton's most popu'ar and enterprising
young men. They carry: a ;Iarge and
varied stock of clothing, gents furnish
ing goods &c,"which cannot be sur
passed in style, quality and prices.
Mr. J. A. Shuping has opened a new
and attractive grocery house in the
Huffman block where a complete stock
of heavy and fancy groceries is to be
found at the lowest possible pr ces. Mr.
Shuping is one of Morgan ton's best
known, business men and deserves
success, lie is clever, energetic and
deals onjthe square with his neighbor.
O. W. O. lUrdRian, Sheriff of Tyler Co ,
W. Va.. appreciates a good thing and does
not hesitate to say so. He was altnust
prostrated with a cold when he procured a
buttle of Ch I'berlain's Cough Kemedv.
He stj? : "It jthtc me prompt reliei. 1 find
it to be nn invaluable reu.tdy for cor.glie
aud colds." For rale by Morpbew Jc White
Special Rate by the Southern.
The EasternCarolina Fish, Game
and Industrial- Fair will be held at
Newberne, N. C, and round trip tick
ets will be sold by the Sot thern Rail
way Co. from Marion to Xewbern for
$11.50. This includes one admission
to Fair Grounds. Tickets on sale Feb.
16th to Feb- 2st, inclusive.
Also tickets to New Orleans and re
turn, to attend the Mardi Graj, for
$23.55. Tickets on sals Feb. 22d to Feb.
25th, inclusive. Good for 15 days.
For further information call on Geo.
E. Lee, Agent, Marios.
The experience of Geo. A. Apgar. of Ger
tani Valley N. J.. r well worth remembtr
tng. lie wti tronh'.ed wiih chronic diar
rhea and doctrel for fire months and wa
treatd l four different do tors without
benefit He then b'gan usioit ('liamber-
iaia's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea R m-
dy. of which one email bottle effected
complete cure. It is fur sale by Morphe
k V hite Drugifisis.
DID YOU 8AY SHOES.
Any one wanting good HAXD
MADE SHOES or repairing can be
accommodated by calling at Smith's
shop. He will give you first class ma
terial and work at hard time prices,
He can be found ui ier Swindell's jew-
eiry siore icr a lew aays until ve can
get a room Gtted up at the ( raig block
FOR SALE CHEAP
I 4 ACRESlRNtbT fROPtRTY in
Marion for resiuences. Three room
cottage, stable, fruit trees, grape
vines, excellent well of water, tc.
(This is a biph rnd beautiful loca-
! tio:i, a.jd o:. ;. i;.a d ttreet. Will
! at a Largam i?i oi; let or will
! ulilivilt to teuit purchar.
10 ACRE TRACT onf-iourth mill-
j from 3 (jtg depot. Good water, and
... . ...
land lavs well. Will divide or sell
in a lot.
ONE BLOCK LOTS, 1 mile from
courthouse containing small house
for sale cheap.
dUDUKBAN LU lo. I have some
j beautiful lots for $10 to $50 each.
j 5 ACRETRAClS. Ten of these
' J"3- -" cuuugu iui giuu iiiar;efc.
i or poultry farms. Price low.
i As agent for others I have a list of
LARGE AND SMALL FARMS
For sale on easy terms.
Call on or address,
J. . ATK1N,
By virtue of several executions in
my hands issued from the Superior
t'ourt of McI)oet county in the cases
of I.N. Lonon vs. John Carson and
P. J. Sinclair and in two case or T. ft.
Young ts John Carson and to aatisfr
the same 1 will sell to the highest biu
der for cash at the court house door in
Marion, X. C, on Monday March 4th
1895 at 12 o'clock nithe following real
estate as the property of John Carson
'; ' ouniysor HeUowaJl
! on (atawba Itiver and Nix creek com-
posed of several tracts all adjoining
and bounded on the North by Ado
phus Erwin land, on the' west by the
atawba River and the lands of J. S.
Brown's heirs J. II. Davidson and
Martha Tate, on the South bv the lands
of Martha Tate and the land of the
!scirs of John Bailey deceased, on the
ast by the lands of Henry Hutchinson
and Wm. Dellinger, and the said Er
win lands, the lands being the same
levised to said Jno Carson by his un
cle Geo. M. Carso'j deceased, and des
cribed fully in a mortgage from Jno.
Carson and Tife" to T. B. Hemphill
dated October 10th i887, registered in
book 3 pages 358, 359 and SCO in Regis
ter oi ueeas omce oi McDowell county
said to coatain 375 acres more or less.
Also the land purchased bv John
Carson from A Burgin administrator
of J. L. rarson deceased, consisting of
six tracts and described in a deed from
said A. Burgin administrator, &c to
'H'f'Jiio. arson containing in said six
tracts a'jout ?A'2 acres more or less, and
a!-o the lands onrchnsed from John
Bailfy (now deceased) containing
xboi.tSl acres anrt fully described in
the dxd from said li&iiey toJiiO. Car
son. Also the lands -urchased from Mary
and J. S. Erwin and described fully in
a deed from them to said Jno. Carson
and on which it situated the will of
said Jno. Carson, containing in all
about 784 acres. This Febuary 1, 1895.
, G. H. Gardin, Sheriff
' of McDowell County.
By R. L. Nichols, Deputy Sheriff.
By virtue of power contained in two
several executions in mv hands issued
frtra the Superior Court of McDowell
rou i ty in two cares ot Wnllnce Brothers
vs. A. liipginf, and to satisfy th same I
will se:l at public a rtion to the highest
bidder fur cash at the Court House di or in '
Marion, N. C , at 1 2 o'clock. M. on Mon 'av :
'iiu ioj.i, me iwiiowng real estate,
To wit: 1st Tract situated ou Sooth Mud
dy Creek in McDowell ocnuty, adjoining
me tanas oi a. niggins, Jason Alien, the
Mary Bright lnd and others. Beginning
on a tioe in Mrs. Brighfs line on west
side of Muddy frees: and runs South 21
degrees Kast 14 poles to a chestnut oak;
luetic norm degrees west 60 poles to a
stake, thence west 2 poles to a black oak,
thence south 150 po es to a black oak,
theace east HO p. Us to a white oak, ihent-e
oorih 34. eaft 194 poles to a stake in
B.i-M's line, thence west 151 poles to th
begining being the tract conveyed to A.
Higgins by deed dated May 13th 18SC by
J. t". Price geaidisn of flora N. and Mary
H. Price, which ded is recorded in Book
14 page 462 in the office of Register ot
Deeds tor McDowell county. Also another
tract oi. South Mudily creek in McDowell
county adjoining the land of Rebt. Gait,
Maitha atterwhlte and other: containing
125 acres in on- or less being toe land con
veyed to A. Higgins cy George Lookadoo
on 7th ot September I8S9, by deed recor
ded in Book S on page 82 in the office of
Register of Deeds for McDawell county.
Also another trai-t adjoining laarts of J.
M and T B. Hemphill, Robert Gait, R- E.
Patton and others known as the Christy
lands contai uDf 11 acres being the land
conveyed by J. T. Patterson jr. and wife
10 A. Higgins ly deed dated February
1886 which deed is recorded io Book 14 on
pace 404 in the r.ffice of Register of Deeds
for MDcoweP county. This "Febu.ry 2d
1895. G. U. Gabdik, Sheriff
of McDowell County.
Dy virtue of the power contained in a
mortgage executed by Joo. Carson and
wile to ce to ecur the paymtrot of Fire
Tlieusaud Dollnrs snhjrct lo credits, and
default having been mnde in the pafPient
the(of, I frill pell to the highest bidder
'or cakh o Siitisry said mortgage, the real
estate herein mentioned, to wit: the land
iyiag nl bring in McDowell Coua'y ea
(lawha risr aed Nix creek compeaed of
st-reral tracts ) enjoining and bounded
on the Nortl. by diliu Krwin lands. on
the W-st bf the 'at'tba liver and the
!n3 't J. S. Brown's heir, J II xtvidar-n
nnd Martha l ate ; on th- South by the
lands t Martna Tate and the Uad' of the
heirs of Juc. "Uiley dee'd, en the Kast by
the lands ot H urj Hmnsteirer aed Wra.
Dellinger and the aid Erwia lauds, the
ar. (Is attoTc d-scribd being the lauds de
ti ed to Jno. Cnrsou br "- ia unle Geo. M.
- arin deceased hu1 described fuUj io
nioi tgitge trori Jfo. Gtsoii and ite to T.
B. litn.phitl doled Or-ohrr I0M1 1881. Reg
i?terd i i Kook 3 n-t 35. 353 ami VSO in
th Registers oSiee of MiDowcll countv,
tid to contain 375 acres more or 'ess.
A!?c t!if.!r.i1 nnrchased by Jno. Carson
j !roc: d iiii!i.-tr-t"r of J. L. Crron dee'd,
j io...-;stiiig "t ?!i tr:u t .tid cVscrilted in a
I (fd rm s:iid A Hu-gic ndc:iniiriiior ac
o said Jno ar5'.n cuntMiuing in wiid s:x
triiit? so ui .'t'J niTrs. A. o tie .ana
perch-d from Jpo ttailcj (aow iteceHSed)
conininu g about 21 acres more or less
described in deed from .oH Bai'-ey to
Jno. arson. Also the land porchaetd
from aryadJ. L- Erwin and described
fully in deed (rora them to said Jno. Car
son tad on which last named tract it sit
uaie J the xiU of the said Jno. Carson.
Saia Unds above described containing in
all about 784 acre more or less. Place of
sale at the ouri Houe door in Marion, X-
Timi or 5alk: Monday March 4th 1895
at 12 o'clock in.
Fbabk Con, Mortgagee.
Bj jt8tiCe Justice Attorneys
Administrator's 5 slice.
tlevuie. q-ialibed as administrator of
llenrj Johnsun, deceased, late ot Mcdoweh
coun'y, N. O , tLis is to notify all prisons
having ciaimc against th estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned
oa or before the 4ib dav of January, A. 0
1896, or this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. This January 4th t89i
M. F. Morphew.
By virtoe of a Mortgage Del eiecated
to me by Hrv r.rion, I will sell el the
C-oart boose door ia Marian e the 4ih
dy of Kerch 1895. eoe Lt i. the n..rth
west part of the tow. f Marieo, descried
u8 t A,,jwini,,f George Marklin.
Mrk W mur nd others, coauioinr eee
fourib ot au acre. Terms of sle cash.
Thw 2ad day of Febor 1895.
G. H. Gabdij, 8hriIT.
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court, rendered oa the 3rd day of Septtm-
iB iue case el J. L Morgan ad.
ministraor of p B. Morg.a, deceased
airatnit J. P. Bcnduraat, the naders gned
will sell to the highest bider at the court
house door in Marioe, N. t. oa Monday,
Marvh 4b, 1895, at It o'clock, m. lot So.
2! ia the plat o Ucd in the town of Marion
whirh belonged to the intestate of the ua
dersigned, and which was plat: by G. W.
Crawford, surveyor, for the undersigned.
The plat of said lot will, be txhibited at
tha ale showieg the dimeasloas ef the
same. Terms: One ball cash, bal
ance oa acreiit of six months, with inter
est from jate or sale, secured by cote with
approved stcuritj. This Feb-oary 1, 1895.
J L. Morgan, Admiaistrstor
of P. B. Morgan, deceased.
By virtoe of an execution issued
from the Superior Court of McDowell
county in the case of M. H. & E. J.
Justice vs A. Higgins and to satisfy
said execution I will sell to the hiehest
bidder for cash at the court house door
in L'anon. X. C on Moadav March
4th IS05 at 12 o'clock mn the following
repi e&iaie towic: i ne interest or A
mctirn m n tract oi lana known as
his James Town tract adjoining the
janas oi i. u. iiempbiii, Bright and
others and containing about 120 acre
more or less. This'January 31st 1825.
G. H. Gaedin. Sheriff
Of McDowell Dounty.
OHIO RIVER: & CHARLESTON R. R.
" West vi lie
M Heath Springs
" Pleasant Hill
" Catawba Junction
M Rock Hill
u Uickory Grove
44 Patterson Spri n gX
1 00 pm
1 20 pm
1 32 pm
2 00 pm
2 15 pm
2 20 pm
2 40 pm
2 55 pm
3 05 pm
3 15 pm
3 24 pm
3 44 pm
3 59 pm
4 05 pm
4 20 pm
4 35 pm
4 50 pm
5 03 pm
5 25 pm
8 45 am
9 05 am
9 15 am
D 40 am
10 11 am
10 23 am
10 45 am
11 13 am
11 40 am
1 1 57 am
12 2o pm
12 27 pm
12 59 pm
1 05 pm
1 15 pm
44 Forest Citj
4V Thermal City
' Glen wood
Ar. at Marion
GOING SOUTH No. 12.
Lt. Marion 4 25 pm
' Gardners 4 41 pin
" Glen wood 4 48 pm
M Thermal City 5 14 pm
" Golden Valley 5 17 pm
" Milwood & 35 pm
Rutherfordton 6 60 pm
44 Forest City 6 13 pm
" Henrietta 6 50 pm
" Mooresboro 7 06 pm
44 Lattimore 7 16 pm
44 Shelby 8 03 am
44 Patterson Springs 8 19 pm
44 Earls 8 28 pm
Ar. Blacksburg 8 45 pm
Lt. Blacksburg; 7 45 am
44 Smyrna 8 10 am
44 Hickory Grove 8 23 am
44 Sharon 8 38 am
44 Yorkville 8 68 am
44 Tirzah 9 13 am
41 Newport 9 20 am
44 Bock Hill 9 45 am
44 Leslie 9 65 am
44 Catawba Junction 10 10 am
44 Springdell 10 20 am
44 KiTtrside 10 32 am
44 Lancaster 10 60 am
Pleasant Hill 11 10 am
4 Heath Springs 1115 am
44 Kershaw 11 29 am
44 TTestville 11 42 am
44 DeKslb 11 65 am
Ar. at Camden. 12 15 am
No 33 Dinner at Cerahaw.
Nos. 11 and 12 have connection at
Marion with Southern Railway.
All trains will stop on signal at Oak
hurst. St. Lukes, Caskeys, Roddeys,
Old t'oint. London, Kings Creek and
S. B. Lumps: ix, G. P. A.
ATTO It X K Y-AT- LA Y
MARION, N. C.
Oflce la Court Hons.
eamborlala'. 8r sad Gtim
Is a certaia can lor CSuosis Bess Ets
Graaalatad Eys Lida. Bess IHpyka. KUa
EeaacBa.Teetex. Salt Bkssa aaai Bcaii Uead,
tSssBssssrbsx. For sals fcy dsC2-
TO rTftTifl OwVSSSL
rnemedtiaarsBsnsfais Cm laser assy
antioa try Dr. Cady's CWlea Tomimm.
Tkey tosse rp Os sieauas, aad ci,LeaisB,q
iMoavoatitei iwJieT las-liretiiwi. ear
kidney disorders as. aestroy areema, grtirt
srw Hie to aaeii or rer worked kerea. 1i
stnU per package. For sals sy drsgsisttV
Morphew A Streetman.
THE most'complete line of general
merchandise ia at th old Hyama Stors
f ire Insuranc
Comnanv .nrf ius
;vui jjvruuBge. My otace
Building, where I
To merit your
Lawis Maddux, Prksidxkt.
ASHETILtB, Jf. C
DESIQXATRD MATE DBPOfllTOXXT.
We have Special facilities for handling the businen of Merchant
and other, in Western North Carolina. If yo hare no Bank acconnt
or think of a change, we will be
Have opened their
Southern end of the
they are prepared to
everything in the Grocery Line.
We win also have our Livery Stahl
equipped with good
few days. Bcspectfuy
1 have a full assortment of
ding Builders supplies, such as nails locus and hinges.
also, paint, oil and white
both breach and muzzle loaders, from $2 50 upto $40.00.
Stores of all prices and kinds. Including the celebrated Ksw Patron
Cook Store. Heaitog itores of all kinds and prices.
I alio do all kinds of Tin Roofing and Guttering.
Remember I sell a good axe for 00 cents; a good Mattock for 60 eta.
I will sell you nails at the rsry low price of 1.50 per keg, factory
price- Mail orders will rsceire my personal and prompt attention.
With eight years experience in the bardwars business, I think I am
nrspared to fire you goods in my lins at ths rery lowsst prios poseiblo
r r Respectfully,
A call. I am
ia at tha old Craig
a Rood line of
Hardware. My stock
Will be more complete
Than erer. Hoping
patronage by honeatj and fair dealing, I am
L. P. MeLorr , CasaiBB.
SURPLUS $25 0 00.
glad to hare you correspond with
Grocerv Store in the
Flemming Hote , t7he e
furnish tho public 'with
horses andvehiccs in a
GILKEY & SON
all kinds of hardware, inclu
lead, i have a finoline of Guns,