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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
cr- c- LiasrisriEJ sr,
IMttcr and Proprietor.
Kntervd at the i-ostofBce In Marion as
tect-cTaM iiil matter. -
Pathetic Origin of a Ilyiuu.
that is wenarinsr to make blooiuera.
Sampson canity sells this year $ 10,
000 won ii " huekh-U-rri.. A min
goose much hits h en established in
Buncombe. She p Dupger, f Banner
Elk, writes novels. Albemarle and
Pawliw s u( are being Blocked
t, 1..1 r.f .lurks
' ff,;i!ttHM m-r .,,rfc.
H,e unusuaiiy ittrgHnyt j that jident3Can hoot. Our cast
trill naturally make low prices for ' eru countie8 have blupped this year
green fruit, nut thope wh will take $.yfX)0.000 of early "garden a?s."
the trouble to dry their fruit i.c -1 We l.ad been celling mouazite for a
U .ill I hand,nme!yr?n-arded for year "P tlding, t he
ther trouiiie in me iut n "in
ter. Nic dried fruit always coin
When a man begins to talk a!ut
patriotism being above party, put
liim dowu as a political deinogugue.
All such patriots are for "revenue
only." Any sane person knows
that Reforms can only be accoin
Tulinhed through a strong party or
ganization. The Democratic party
has been the party of the people
for ages and will continue to be,
regardless of . the few so-culled patriots.
Our exchanges say that u farm
'has been established to ra3e lur- pr Fawct tt, author of the hvmn
ties for market in Union comity. ; "Blet be the Tie that Hinds," was
Charlotte has a breeches factory lne pastor of a small Baptist
church in lorksh ire, from which
he received only a meager salary.
Being invited to London to suc
ceed the distinguished Dr. Gill, he
accepted, preached his farewell ser
mon, and bgan to load his furniture-wagons
When the time for his departure
arrived, his Yorkshire parishioners
aiwl neighbors clung to him and
his family with an affection be
yond expression. The agony of
separation was almost heart-breaking
The pastor and his wife, com
pletely overcome by the evidence
of attachment they witnessed, eat
down' to weep.
Looking into his face, while tears
flowed like rain down the cheeks
of. both, Mrs. Fawcett exclaimed:
"Oh, John, John, I can't bear
The famo-.Vs Shemwell care came
to an end at Lexington Monday
morning by the jury returning a
verdict of "not guilty." the ver
dict aeems to have not been a sur
prise, yet he is pronounced by the
outsid'; world who have read the
evidence, ns reported in the daily
papers, as "guilty." We regret to
tay that 6iich is the case, but it ia
the truth, that when a mail slays
another and has a few thousand
dollars to upend that the verdict
will b "not guilty." Believing
the. disinterested witnesses tho
State's vitnesses Baxter Shem
wcll shot Dr. Payne without any
provocation at the time of the kill
ing, and the murderous blood is on
America. Acetvlene gas in quanti
ties sufficient for illuminating pur
poses is a discovery "of a North Car
olina laboratory. We are growing
everything from bananas to buck
wheat. Ve have every breed of pol
iticians from' "nlutercrats" to pop
ulists, including the great flower of this! I know not how to go."
the politieial garden,- tne uouoie "Nor I, either," said he; "nor
white and "yaHer" flower called by I will we go. Unload the wagons
ltamststiienniaiia-Jiariunuufc nmi ,mt everything in the place
lerencis. borne eminent Kaietgn whefe it was before ."
Democratic botanists are now ex- The neonle who had cried with
perimentmg with the pollen of this grief now began to cry with joy.
plant on the roseoi uemocracy. we je wrote to the London congrega
have nraved for diversified indus- tion that his coming was imnossi-
tries. UVre got them. But the thing je; and so he buckled on his ar-
may bo overdone. Morganton mor for renewed toils in Yorkshire
Herald. 1 on a salarv less bv forty pounds a
year than that which he declined.
lo commemorate this incident
in his history, Dr. Fawcett wrote
that hymn. Christian Herald.
Thk Democrat who lelieves that
fusion is at an end is badly mis
taken. Tho Democrats will have
tho same combine to fight next
campaign that they had last, but
under more favorablu circum
stances. Then the Democrats, be-
! ing in power, w re charged with
evorvthins from the hard times to
ainoNineto bite. They were on
I the defensive and charged with all
the ills known to mankind. In
1 .... . .
the next session of Congress the
Republicans will have a working
majority in both branches, and
will do nothing for the relief of
the people, compared to what the
Democratic party has done. And
then they will have the Douglas
legislature to defend. "My God
The Democratic party to win,
must plant itself firmly on the
platform on which it has toxl for
years and victory is assured. To
make concessions to political
demagogues of any party is to in
The .Uanufacluren arc Interes
ted. One of the ablest men in Penn-
..rhmnin la T r Whartrm Rrlrfr
the banker and'nolitical economist. RaMIn the Wind.
In a re.ent interview in the New "lireddern," said the old colored
York Mercury, he said : pastor of a church in Georgia, "de
"I am an advocate of free coin- chu ch am like a snip, an' de pa son,
ace. without any reference to En- which am yo 'umble se vant, am
eland. I am for the adoption of like de sails dat propels de ship,
o - i . , i i i
an independent linar.cial system an' ite congregasnum am line ue
and next for a conference with sailors on board de ship. Now,
South America, the Oriental coun- Breddern, w'en yo' have de ship
trh s, France and Russia. I would ready, an' de sailors all in dere
leave Kiurland and Germany, the places what docs yo' need for to
two great creditor nations, entire- make the sails fill out an' scoot de
ly out of consideration. 1 wouldn't ship right along into de hebbenly
ask them to the conference. They ha'bor? Huh?
would not be long in following the "W ind," said old Deacon Top
lead of other nations. What elso knot, in a low, sweet voice
could they do, with the world "K'ect; jesso." shouted the pas
aeainst them? tor. "Brudder Topknot will please
"I believe that the unrestricted circulate wid his high hat an' raise
nt? of silver as money would in a de wind
short time advance the price of
silver to a parity with gold at the
ratio of 1( to 1, and that such a
system of finance could not fail to
enhance the value of all products
and to encourage commercial and
industrial activity. I urther than
that, I believe it would free the
When the Cow s Come Howe.
With klingle, Mangle," kiing'e,
'Way down ihe dnrtj dingle,
The cowi are coming borne;
Sow sweet and clear, aod faint and low.
The airy ticklings come and go,
Like chiming from tome far otTtowi r.
Or patteriags of an April shower,
That mallet the daisies grow ;
Ko-k.iog, ko-alatig, ko-klingllingl,
Way down the darkening dingle
The cows cenie ilowly home;
And old-lime friends, and twilight plajs,
And starrj night, and onnjr dajs
Come tiooping ap the misj wajs
When the cows toiue Loiae.
With jingle, jangle, jingle,
Soft eoucd that swtetlj luingie,
Tie cows are coming home;
Malrine, and Pearl, and Floiimel,
De Kajp, Kedioseand Gretcheo 'chell,
Queen Besa. and Sjlph,a?d 5patgled Sue
AcroEa the fields I hear her loo-oo,
Andelang her silrer hell;
Go-ling, go.lang, golinglelingl;
With faint, far sounds th:U mingle,
'1 be cows come slowly home;
Ami mother-songs of long-gone jears,
And fcahjr joys and chil Jish tears,
And jootht'ul hopes, and youthful fears,
When the cows come home.
With tingle, rangle, ringle,
Cr twos aud threes and single,
The cows are coming borne;
Through the violet air we see the town,
And the Summer sun a-elipping down ;
The maple in the hazel glade -Throws
down the path a longer shade,
And the hills are growing brown ;
To ring, to-rang, to-ringleringle,
By threes and fours and single,
The cows come slowly home;
The same sweet sound of worldles psalm,
The same sweet June-day rest and cat on,
The same sweet scent of bad and balm,
When the cows come borne,
With a tinklf, tankle, tinkle,
Through fern nnd periwinkle,
Tie covrs (ire coming Lome;
A loitering in tfce checkered stream,
Wht re the sun-rays glanc and gleam,
Starine, Peachbloom and Phoebe Phyllis
Stand kneedeep in the creamy lilies
In a drowsy dream ;
To link, tolauk, to-linklelinkle,
O'er banks with buttercups a-twinkle,
The cows come slowly home;
And up through Memory's deep ravine
Ccme the brook's old songand its old-time
And tl e crescent of the silver Queen,
When th) cows come home.
31 r. Te r $ruo n s S a v fug- Pra ye r.
Aj 1 vU in ealr 6o'iT"yr.FYrguBfn
was drleo.l.pg a man aceu3e-l ef beating
wife. TKr ie was oa tritl b-fore the jus-
lice i !! l eace. dtoohI v the airae itntue
kit d ri.icd that wte.vinsr stt k of pnr !
phi of a cenf n tH rirer rai 'piracy
in the Li -h seas " The a nurd ws cou-
victe.l and the judge -iii( tly sentenced
him to ly hanfe1. 'r?cymi can t han a
man tor beatirg Li wile," expostulate J
The devil Iriu'i '"saM justice bridling np
Ain't he guiUy: Ought m-t any rtnu to be
hang wbn would beat- ir ocMn and tb t
woman hij wif? And aini X tbs onlyj'idge
in the countn? Ill haven't got the power
to hang a man, wha has, eh? I a ill baug
him within an hour; wont we boy? he con
cluded id ores sing the-' . crowd it.ndin"g
aiouno. whoa: Fj m r.t.nes were evidently
with ihewomau. '-1 hat we will," shouted
Seeing that tie cfte was beginning to look
serious f r kU client, Mr. Kerguou rai't
4 Well, your honor, before ihe man is bang
ed 1 would like to nke him out behind
that ti tree and pray wf:h him.'
"AH right," said tbejus'lee, and off went
the prisoner and Frgnsonr-WKen they got
bchinJ the tree Ferguson said in uudertoue :
Now git. you d d hound?"
And he go.
3IORRIS & IJ2XEY,
Attorneys at Zaw
MARIOX, - - - - XC.
Will practice in S!clowell and ad
joiningcounties. All business intrus
ted to their care will receive prompt
and pains-taking attention.
JE ARSON & McKESSOX,
ATTCENEYS AT LAW,
MOROAXTOX, X. C.
Practices in the Courts of McDowell.
w. c. XKWL4XD
Lenoir, X. C.
M. A. NEW LAND
Marion, X C
ATTORNEYS AXD COUNSELLORS
OHIO RIVER & CHARLESTCH R. R.
Ar. Mai ion
8 00 atj
10.55 h m
12 30 pm
Lv. Marion .
2 to pi
S.09 j m
12 55 pni.
So. 33. Dinner at Cerskw
Fob. 11 nd 12 have connection at Ma
rion with Southern Railway.
S. B. Lumpkin, G. T. A.
A. Tripp, Superiatendent.
- - .
Bakersville Enterprise: The!
most important suit that has ever MARIOX", - - - - X. C ff1 ftffi Sr
lxen tried in Mitchell county will n ..' . 4, . i TT r
coni3 up next court, to-wit, Loch- , f .c?UftS ,f fj0' ' IT tttl
ran, Comth and others against Lin- U' and 12th dist(Tlct and1 th,e s- II JlU
ville Improvement company, invol- gre"ie co"rt?' ; C- a"d ,l!ie U:
land, including the Cranberry iron
mines and Linville Improvement
company's property. PlaintilTs are
claiming under theMcGimsey title
derived from Tatet Tate.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures
colds, croup end whooping cough. It is
pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by
Morphew & White, Druggists. 1
A resident of the State of Wash-
ton tells the Washington Post that
horses are the most worthless kind
of propertT in the West. He says :
i ou can hardly give them away.
A friend of mine, who used to
hrincr nnnip in tlm T!nar crpttinf
people of the United States from frQI 25 to 5Q iece for thom in
their liresnt deplorable depend- Kw Yorl- Philniiolnliin. nml WnBh.
ence uion European money len- inrton toid me not loilr since that
The manufacturers of Phihulel- nt !im1 Iip rni. ui. 1IV nii tilft
hia have organized to fight for , wanted for 3 a heati If
ree coinage, seeing that they have horseflesh Avero lls much iu me for
s great stake in it as the larmers. f d thjs C0Ullrv as jn . Kurone,
Thev declare that the present sys
tem puts money into the ha .ds of
ankers and capitalists at the ex-
ense of all producers. And thty
are right ahout it. Ihe surprise
o us has always been that manu
acturers and railroad men have
The last Legislature is to be than
ked foi one tiling. It has effectual
ly 6topjed the mouths of every pop
on the subject of high salaries and
fees paid to State and county of
ficers, the reckless extravacanco of
Democratic Legislatures and tho
burdens t lie Democrats have put on
the poor farmers. Tl eir Legisla
ture had more hired hangers on of
the u I ick-league order than any in
tho history of the State, almost as
many as any other two Legisla
tures; it cort many thousands of
dollars more than any other Leeis-
iiature; did not reduce a single sal
ary or fee, but instead added ma
teriallv to the fees paid the resris
ter of deeds, if not to other officers;
made many new and unnecessary
onices; increased appropriations
over f iuu,uii dollars and adjourn
ed in honor ot b rod Douglass. Be
fore that Legislature met you
could not Lalk to a pop five minu
tes anywhere, weekday or Sundav.
without hearing that pitiful song
aooui jemocrntie extravagance
inii salaries. iliy aie AS
mum as oysters on that subject
now. r ree coinage is their onlv
siring, nut they are as big frauds
m the silver question as on the
retrenenment mustion. Jiutl
ptop at Tom Ritnl headquarters
iAjujviit asnington nmi everv
,';Jody knows how much free coin
ijigo there is about Tom Keed am
Hiis henchmen. Xewton Enter
The Statesville lfnsiot has ben
Milargeil to an eirhtoolumn p;iper.
Vhe Mascot, while young in years,
et und;r the able 'management of
;ur friend Jim Ilartness, has come
otne iront as one of the bes
veeklies m the State. Success
the beef trust, would meet with
pretty lively -competition about
"Did von say I wasn't fit to car-
not seen that it is to their interest ry swill to swine, Mr. Brown?"
to make common wartare with all
other producers against a system
hat makes bankers and idle hoi
ler of idle money the dictators of
he financial system of the coun
ry. NewB and Observer.
"I did, sir."
"Well, sir, I require you here, in
the presence of these gentlemen, to
recall that insult, or you will have
to take the consequences.'
"I am ready, willmgl to repair
the injury I have done you."
" ell, see t! at you do it quick
Brown turned round to the in
sulted gentleman, and said
"Gentlemen, I have done my
With a klingle, klang'e, klingle,
With u loo-oo, and moo-oo, and jingle,
The cows are coming home : -And
over there on Merlin bill
Hear the plaintive cry of the whip-poor will
The dew-drops lie on the tangled vines.
And over the poplar Venus shines,
And over the silent mill;
Ko ling, ko-lang, ko-linglelinglc,
With a ting- a-ling and jingle
The cows com? slowly heme;
Let down the bars; let in the train
Of long gone songs, aud flowers and rnin.
Foi dear old times come back again
When the cows come home.
There is a rule at Smith College
that no gir! can go out driving with
young man unless he is her
brother, her fiancee or a near rela
tion. Now, once upon a time, not
many years ago, a young man went friend, Mr. Smith, here, the injus
there to see u girl with wliom lie tice to say that he was not fit to
stood in none of these relations, carry swill to swine, at which he is
although he wished to be in one of Very indignant. Now, gentlemen,
tiiem. And like any sensible I desire to recall that remark, and
r .n :.. 1, .. u.. I , . . . . .
young teuow in such u pien ioi ii j0 jiere take pleasure in saying
he asked her to take a unve, nav- that Mr. Smith is eminently qual-
ing no knowledge of the bother- Mfied for the important office of
some rule, i ne girl saiu mat sue -nrrviner swi 1 to swinp. T hoii
would just love to go, but she this'apology will be satisfactory to
wouui nave nrst to ask tne presi- Mr. S., and that his excellent qual
dent. "Is the young man your ifications will be duly appreciated."
uron.er; inquired that tunctionary.
".No," said the girl. "Is he your
cousin? "JSo. said the girl. "Are mt. diaries uudiey Warner, a
you engaged?" "Not yet," the famous writer, once wrote the foi
blushing maiden answered, "but I lowing 6tory :
think we will be when we come "If I owned a girl who had no
back, if you will only let me go!" desire to learn anything, I would
And tradition savs that the presi- swap her for a boy. If then the
dent relented, and that the couple boy did not desire to learn I would
came home engaged. Utica Ob- trade him off for a violin or a
server. Kockwood vase i ou could get
something out of a violin, and vou
The North Carolina Local Minis- could nut something into the vase.
ters conference, I'bth annual meet- The most useless of things is that
ing, occurs August 14 to 18, at into which vou can put nothing
luitliertonl college. Editors and and from which vou can cret noth
ministers are entertained free
cost while on the grounds.
Lenoir Topic: On th? last day of
March Mr. 1. 1 . Green ot Globe died
under suspicious circumstances. He
was plowing in the field when his
wife came to him and gave him a
ing.The boy or girl who has no w ish
to know anything is the one and
becomes the other."
The Baleigh correspondent of
the W umington Star says:-. It is
said bv certain Populists in this
city that in a few days four of the
most prominent men in Raleigh
will formally come out in .cards
and renounce their allegiance to
Democracy. They will espouse the
cause of Populism. I am told on
good authority that two of the four
new converts are successful and
prominet business men and that
another is a well known lawyer.
My informant is not at liberty to
state their names at present, but
he says the people of Raleigh will
be astounded. There seems to be
something mysterious about these
GEO. JP. TfETJD.
PHYSICIAN an I .SIIKGCOIV
Offers his professional services to
the public. Olli.-e : 06 Fort, X. C.
DR. B. L ASHWORTH,
Physician and Surgeon
oi,i i our ar. 4'.
J, N. MORGAN GO-
Xo. 3 rublic Square, AsheviUe, X. C.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKS. STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND STATE TEXT BOOKS.:
Prlees guaranteed an low
as any oilier Iiou.se,
WRITE FOR PRICES.
By virtue of the power contained in a
mortSrtKe deed ex cuted by A. M. It'ar on
til's 16th day of .May, 1SIK1. and regi.-tered
in the office of the Uegister of Peeds of
McDowell County, N. C, in Book No. 5, on
page 604, the undersigned will offer for
sale at the court house door in Marion, on
the first Monday in August, being the 5th
d ty, at 12 o'clock m., to tlie highest bidder
for cauh , the lands described as follows:
Begin iin on a pine, Noah- Turner's corner,
and runs north 82 15 east to a stake 250
le-t, thence noith 54 -15 east to a stake 275
feet, then south 5 30 east 425 feet to a 11.
O. then 3outh 3 15m. 160 feet to a stake
in the edge of the street on the east side of
Wells tract, thence west course 2C5 teet
with north line ot Block "A.r to a stake in
street, then 200 feet with line on west side
of Block "A.' to a stake in s'reet, then 25
means so much more than
vou imagine serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift health.
Notice of Publication.
North Carolina 1 Supreme Court
McDowell County. In Vacation.
Mrs.Xancy M. llolloway and Husband
Joseph Y . llolloway,
W. A. Rose, R. A. Wilson and husband J
J. M. Wilson, Jane E. Ilenson and litis-,
band William Henson, W. J.Crossland, ,
Thomas Crossland, J. W. Crossland,
m. i rossianu ana iMiwaru crossland
heirs at law of E. Witter, deceased.
It appenring from the affidavit herein
filed that a cause of action exists in favor
of plaintiffs against the. defendants above
named in relation to real property in this
Statu and the defendeuts ate non-residents
ol this State, but have property therein,
which is the subject of this action for a
fale for partition and that the Court has
jurisdiction of the subject matter ot the ac
lion: It is tlierelore ordered bv the Court.
If yon ire feelin
out of aorta, wca
and generally ex
tiave no appetite
and cant work,
begin at once tak
ing the most relia
medicine, hich U
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
tles core benefit
cornea from the
very first dose it
tntra' ti your
Ueth, and it's
pleasant to take.
foet east course with street on south side of I on moiion of P. J. Sinclair attorney for the
stake then 6"0 i'et south
i pine Ftunip, tl.cn north 5
80 feet to beginning. ContHining all th
lots in paid boundary except Block
which contains 3 lots wliich is to be ex
cel ted from the operations if this mort
gage. This description is given with re
ference to the survey made by J. B. New
ton for the Carolina Improvement Com
pany. This July 3rd, 185.
J. II. Atkin, Mortgagee.
mith 7 west to a plaintiffs, that publication be made in the
82 deg. west to '.Marion 1'ecnrd, a newspaper published in
5 deg. 15.u east ijHr,on, McDovell County in sai l State
Mrs. Rliodie Xoah, of this place, ws
taken in the night with cramping pains
and the next day diarrhoea set in. She
took half a bottle of blackberry cordial
but got no relief. She then sent to me to
see if I had anything that would help
her. I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
and the first dose relieved her. Another
of our neighbors had been sick for about
a week and had tried different remedies
for diarrhoea but kept getting worse.
I sent him this same remedy. Only four
doses of it were required to cure him
Tie says he owes his recovery to this
wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley,
Sidney, Mich. For sale by Morphew &
Last siimnier one of our grand chil
dren was sick with a severe bowel trou
ble. Our doctor's remedies had failed.
gins of cider. Shortly after he drank then we tried Chamberlain's Colic,Chol-
the cider he was taken sick and the era and Diarrhoea Remedv.which cave
next day lie died. Solicitor
hour has ordered the body
taken up find examined.
y.- lorK was tne nrst tioc-
jr in Wilkes to pay tho ten dollar
cene tay, saya the Chronicle.
In the vrVlinity of Ikwjuet.West more-
land Co , IaM lmost any one can tell
you how to cure a lame back or stiff
neck. They dampen a piece of flannel
witbChauiberlain's Pain Balm and bind
u on i lie anecteu parts and in one or
two days trouble has disappeared. This
same treatment will promptly cure .a
pain in the side or chest Mr.E. M. Fry
a prominent merchant of Buquet spears
very highly of Tain Balm, and his re
commendation have had much to do
very speedy relief. We regard it as the
best medicine evi-r put on the market
for bowel complaints. Mrs. E. G. Gre
gory, Frederickstovn,Mo. This certain
ly is the best medicine ever put oj the
market for dysentery, summer com
plaint, colic and cholera infantum in
children. It never fails to give prompt
relief when used in reasonable time and
the plain printed direc tions followed.
Many mothers have expressed their sin
cere gratitude for the cures it has ef
fected. For sale by Noi phew fc White,
A Good Funeral Sermon.
It is a great thing to be a true
Democrat, veering neither to Re
publican monometallism and pro
tection or io ropunst iiat mcney
and moonshine. The Louisville
Times says that thev have the
j right sort of Democrats in Ke n
tucky. Several ytar9 asro.down in
Uarren county, a good man died,
and all the people round about
Bear Wallow turned out to attend
the burial. After the coffin was
lowered into the crave "Uncle
Shelt" Parris was requested to say
ACTION FOR D1YQBCE-
Nrth Carolina, ) Superior Court
McDowell County, $ Fall Term ltJ'Jj.
Geo. A. Ilallyburton. )
The defendant above named is hereby
notified to appear before his Honor, Judge
of the Superior Court at a court to be htld
at the courthouse in Marion, N. C, on the
third Mondjy before first Monday in Sep
t ember 1805, and answer complaint oi
plaintiff which will be filed in th j office of
tf. Clerk of the Superior Const within the
first three days of the term, otherwise judg
ment will be taken for the relief demanded
in the complaint. Given under my haul
this 1st day of July 139"). li. B. 1'riee
Clerk of the Superior Court.
J. F. Morphew, Attorney.
for six successive wecka, and that the de
fendents be and appear Letnre the Clerk
of the Superior Court IVr &iid County in
i f aid State at his office in Marion, o.i the
19th day of July proximo, and answer or
demur to th- coaif laint which will be filed
in the office of said Clerk withn ten dayB
from this date, or plaintiffs will have judg
ment for (he relief demanded ia the com
plaint. This June 3rd, 1835
B. 1. I'rice, C. S. C.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Cad Blood
h Malaria, Nervous ailments
Cet onlv the renuine It has crossed red
f lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-
I stitutes. On receipt of two ac. stamps we
f will send set of Ten Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO.
J J. TTHISNAN1,
KI.ACKSKIJUC3, S ,
For Sale-An excellent second-hand
NOTICE. SALE OF LAND.
On Monday August If, 1805, at 12t
o'clock m., I will sell at the Court
house door in Marion, X. C, to the
highest bidder for cash the following:
described real estate to-wit :
1st Tract containg 100 acres lying ir
Deep Cove on Clear Creek.
2nd Tract containing 300 acres more
or less adjoining the lands of W. II.
Grteulee, Mrs. M. M. Iiurgin, L. W
Williams and others it being a part ot
the old Levy Curtis place.
3rd Tract containing about 75 acres
adjoining lands of J). J. A. Greenlee,.
it. . dreenlee and otners and known
as the "Hoover Field."
4th Tract lying on the South side of
the Catawba river and granted to J. M.
and W. II. Grlenlee. adioininer the
lands of M. A. Lewis, the Cannon heir
and others, supposed to ecntain 100
acres. The interest rn this traet to be
sold is a one undivided; half.
5th Tract situated on Paxton Branch
and adjoining the lands oX D. J. A.
Greenlee, L. W. Williams and other
containing twenty-five acres, being
part of the Old MciJntire Janl.
All of said tracts situated iu McDow
ell County, X. C.
This sale will be made by virtue f a
decree of Court for the purpose of mak
ing asse's in the hands of the Admin
istrator of the estate oi J. il. Groenlee
For further information apply to
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WILL HAVE SOMEMUIXU JXTERKST!NGTO'rKLL YOU XKX.T WKKhT.
Bo You Want To Save Wmf.
A DOLLAR SAVED 1 DOLLAR MADE.
SAVS TOUR DOLLARS BY MAKING YOUR PURCHASES AT
General Merchandise Store.
Headquarters for HATS. SHOES, and CLOTTIIXG. A pair of panrs for W( ta.
Overalls and Shirts till you can't rett. Dry Gia and Xiona at your own
G-E.OCii.RIES OIF ALL KIISTDS.
The very finest grades of Coffee. Agents for Itxrman A Marti ne r,
mixed laints, and tne ceWbrateU Xissn Wagons.
something concerniuir his denarted I JU'llre Justice Attorney's, or
friend. "Uncle Shell" stepped to I und'ned. Thia July 1195.
the foot Of the open grave ind sol- Greenlee, Coaioner,
cmuly began his oration with the
words: 4,My friends thar lays as
good a Democrat as water ever wet
or sun ever dried."
Next to saying that the dead
man was a contentious Christian,
praise could not be higher. News
The Bishcpof Wilwaokte is Terj . rigo
rous in denouncing the preachers who
marry runaway conples "on almost a mo
ment's notice, without a ay question as to
lrnctiiei the marriage to ba contracted is a
with W n i if hnnii ip t horn I ..w .-a I. I t. .. : t . .
' ;-wc 1 uu$;jf in frwou repair jor sale ciieap i proner cne for tfee sol i,nrnr, r.f n.;
by Morpbv Wtvte, Itigg, (s. I Apply to J. ?. Liuiiey, Marion X. C. fDJ P,be V P f b
to gat all sorts of JOB PRINTING
SVecif cat X iije
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