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was in town
ut. V. V. Iv nil?, nrmewater, was
:.. f.Aii Saturday.
Mr. Claud" i.ni-r i now manager
Mot i vi-uti:ir Ik t -i.-ter
Mr. J. I.. ('. Bird.
ill y l:iii in MT.ins iiitfi--'.
ti "J ir rhureh iM-yf
,,rv i--.- in tli
tilt , , si sabbath by th
;1 1 ri.-iri
.1. U. At kin K-'j . 'di' or of the Caro
J!: .a ?a', Statesvi Ut. sjM-nt a few daj tt
,lt hi nlil home t his week.
I . j . "hurehill, Ksi , member of the
jji.th'-rfonltoii bar, is viititi Mr.
. Morris at his home on Jiuck
N.-w troods in larjje quantities are
arr;'. inr evt-ry day at lilantonV. It
will I'av a man to take a look at their
, i. wli-( her lie wants to buy or not.
Mr. Will MrCall, one of Marions
I nili!-inn'.t and most popular youn
i- visiting his parents in the
(,,. ! Li week.
,- iMite wit h sorrow the fart, that
v , rill 'Jardin is sick at his home near
-nwood. The last news from Jtini
w;i- tli it he is improving.
Mi-- "(ra Carter, of Abbeville, made
a f! iu;r t ri to Marion la-t week to
i.i! I, r mother, Mrs T. 1. t'arler, 1k-f,,r-
taking t Jiar't- of her school at
j ; . k Mouiitain.
prof, and Mrs. J. K Ouy have hhip
their furniture, and are expected
l:. r- Saturday. TJiey will occupy Mr.
W. M 1 . I.ij rain's residence. We hope
i!,.- people of Marion will jrive I hem a
Mii- si-tcr town. Morxanton, has in
4 r ;i-i 'l ln-r pojiulal ion Ills since lS'JO.
'Ilic opulat ion of the town proper is
JI7": including the State institutions
ii i- .;io.". MnrantoM is one of the
prettiest ami lust towns iu North Caro
i,n and we rejoice to sec her jrow so.
Mr. lames IJird, f Craijj, says lie
lihil- it impossible to j"et aloii wit hout
tin- IN-cord. The Hccord wiVlics Mr.
I'.inl a lonand hapjiy life, and hopes
I I at I ln wheels of t. me will hae rol
l it by many and many n mile-jiost be
b.rc Mr. Bird's eyes prow too dim to
scan its pacs.
Inn't forget that th srlio.ol at Ma
rion W ill opcj'-1"; V.'l'y t,,rfe 8Mtl'in
. . i'"lv'' '"ol lilies, lfl'-luii
b. r It Ii. i I.- I.urn.xl. 'I'be loss is i- '
i -MTtarian, u,'jt ?25,0(M). jfirls
who want to mal;-sVt erTni men and
1 1 1 1 -1 1 are invited to enlisl as pupils.
Let t Ik people of Marion and Me I 'owe!!
j;ie this school their nic.st liberal
pat rnnae, t hen we w i 11 have a seliool
el which everj body will be proud.
.Iih:i WrKarlaiul, of thiscoiin y.siiot
lii unit her-in-law, Mrs. (iray, who iv s
ii Nort!i l"oik,si or seven miles from
lit re, w it Ii a s!..! n not Ion r a m: Tb."
shot to.k rib r( in her head and brea.-t.
Mi l ai land II. d, was eaptureil at Ileti
rii tta and brought to Marion and tn'eil
b' toie Ksipiire llempliill, of Nebo, and
put under bond for his appearance at
Court. Mrs. Cray's wounds are not
on idere 1 dangerous.
On Tuexlay eenin of lat wi'ek
V.m k Smit h sat . tlown on a cross-tie a
sliort distance e:-t of t,he Moranton
depot to warm himself in the sunshine.
Atter a bit he fell asle p, and when he
aw oke he found him-e!!' in a country
v here he ran keep warm witnoiit sit
tuioiia cro-s-lie in t lie sn n.-h i ne. .
st -bound frcmlit train came alon
mhI landed him en I he oilier bank of
' In- ri er.
l lie Kecord rcrrcts exceedingly to
announce the fad tiuti I'ol. W . 1". llen-dei-Miii
will not he hereon l-'riday nihi
to entertain I be people of Marion with
hi-wit, eloquence, and wisdom. lie
informs Mr. Lee C. Mock in a private
letter that sickness in his family rom
pels him to postpone, his eniratrement
lu re, but assures him that lie will take
irre.it pleasure in ad. !ressiti; uur peo
ple at some time in the future. We
hope at a very early date to have the
opportunity of announcing another
appointment for Col. Henderson.
Iafh of Samuel Dale.
Mr. Samuel laledied at his residence
h- re on Saturday August ord. lie hail
hern sick eil.t mout lis, ami was eighty
.Nf.irs and fiv nion;h! old the very day
"f l'is death. The funeral -ervices
Were coiulueted by llevs. White, Lan
diiim anil Uodtiers at the home of the
derea-ed on Sunday nior.iinat eleven
"lock. Mr. I 'ale moved here when
Marion was in her infancy and lived
''re continuously up to the day of his
death. He came here about the year
l i'ur sons, Mes.-rs. C. A , T. M. and
Harve of this place, and Frank of
'1'ms, and three daughters, Mrs. T. A.
Nvhite, Mr. Win. Bobbitt, ami Mrs.
"jams, all of this place, sun ie him.
Mr. McVinch, of Charlotte, threw
""tlie old bottles out of doors not long
-in.', and among them was a bottle
' "litaining bi-chloride of mercury, used
f,,r the purpose of cleaning- beds. Tlie
'"Vely little t wo-nnd-a-half year old
laughter of Mr. ami Mrs. MeXinch,
w''ile at play in the yard, drank some
"f the deadly contents of tlie bottle.
1 be doctors worked earnestjy for ten
ll'Hg hours trying to keep the little
' J 1 1 1 within its tenement of day. but all
vain. About twehe o'elot k at night
'be tender chord was loused and the
little spirit, lingering for a moment,
'"' an uncaged bird havering at the
"'"or of its (.an.t. before flying away to
"ver to return, sped away to the bo
JJu of Clod wlio gave it.
i:OEBITT KLOI'FS Witit
ut.ii COUSIN' MR
On ve-denl-.v -,,..,:....
, l,M or rjuite an int.Tetii,' ?n(,
, - xHtifJif jiM ,.r,i,u,; I,OVM;r ,;j(.v
j"' blind,"' but it ran eee how to
,I3'.' a "rcal n'-iy Hun li.at vahu, by
Jlil'I-l-if f, ,1,1.1 r ,.. . . - . . .
. ' '"J''liet''' It enal I
i'i ii to .-cal
a.'i l brick-!
? wails, to dode huii,.t
ats, ami to .-liun Jit; Jacc-
f old TlL'e'.s IhUim I
ami atrihi v as j.p.. ). t.
diviie. deln-ate. jirol di.iirri.tr.. i
woman, whose untaught foot is a
stran-er t all but earth, who prefers
dea'h by the most cruel torture to cros
sing the srinir-hraneli fi,ot-lotf or
climbing the pasture fnciV-it enables
her to tJirust her angel f,rin tlirou?h
the third-story window at midnight
when all is; dark as Kgypt,and descend
a trembling tottering ladder with step
a firm arid steady as when, at other
times, s.be sweeps lier queenly self
acro-s the parlor floor.
A.Y! H was this fame magic love,
this heroic Jove, that on yesterday
evening changed the fear of a timid
gi"i into the -'daring dash of a soldier,"'
that gave her the fleetness of a gazelle,
and the soaring qualities of a carrier
pigeon; that enabled her to escape the
vigilance and Jiasty pursuit of father
and brother, and clear tlie yard fence
at a single bound, and at a second leaji
to gain a place beside lier anxious lover
in a waiting carriage.
It lias long been known that Mr.
Charlie hobbitt, of Marion, and his
cousin Miss Lizzie 5obbitt,of Lynch
burg, Va-, were lovers. Parents on
both sides opposed their marriage.
They finally succeeded in blinding the
"oik foil's" into believing that their
courtship had been brought to an end.
Accordingly Mis Lizzie's parents very
readily consented for her to visit her
relatives here this summer, never
dreaming t hat the oil love-thime was
.-till a-hurning. The old courtship
was ren wed soon after Aliss Lizzie's
arrival lu re and was kei t uj in a quiet
way until yesterday, when it termina
ted in an elopement yesterday even
ing and, it is thought, a marriage last
About one oclock the young coujde
made t he; first attempt to eseajie, but
were avertaken by Mr. John JJobbitt,
who forced his sister to return with
him. The news of the intended elope
ment having reached the ears of the
young lady's fat!;er,Mr.Iames IJohhitt,
wjio also is visti ng I.ere, he determ
ined at once to return with her to
Lynchburg, and was preparing to leave
on the six o'clock train, whui the
young lady slipped out at the back
donor at lier grand-mot her'-;, tied across
the field that lies between Mrs. Iiobhitt's
and Mr. IJ. 15. Price's, being hotly pur
sued by her brother. Air Jo'mi Jiobbitt,
dr., leaped tlie f nee, 'tis said without
touching it, ami landed herself safe
in i he carriage in wliirh her lover was
waiting for her near the corner when'
Main street turns in the direction of
1 ol. Sinclair'. The driver 'touched
up" the horses and the carriage, w hen
last seen, was disappearing at a run
nvay spi ed in the dhectton of lluthertorii
ton. ft has been repuried that they were
scan goi'ijl townr.l I-ker vil I e last night at
ten o'clock. They were hr.idc.l fjr that
place when they first trie'l to escape.
Mr. John Hobbiit followed his sister
from his pram! mot hei's when l.e snw her
pui pose to escape hiia, but reached the
carrinjie jut a moment too late to catch
her. He wu? very angry and seeing him
Felfthus out-dene, dri-w his p'frtol :ind
snapped it at the rctnatirg cma'age, tt en
turned on Mr. Jo'.n McDonald, w ho had
h.i'c.l the carriage to Clmr'.ie. I'obhi'L and
driven it to the ph ce wln ;-e the young
lady got in. and sna!i.e.l the pistol in his
l!el! i't wits t.nken under arrest yes'.eribiy
evening by lb pmy '-heriiV Jogan Nicliol?,
and was held in u bond of ."n) tor his ap
pearance before Ihitlitf this muruin.'.
1 lie elopement ot h 13 daughter is giv n g
Mr. Uobbitt much trouble.
lit v. Jas. lb (i ibson coainienced a pro
traded meeting Saturday.
(!ee. l. Taylor ond J. K. Denton went
over to Asheville Friday.
Mr. Z. Carroll and daughter, Miss F.lla, of
Clover, S. C, are visiting relatives and
Mr. Clias 'A. Laughridge, Jr., Jorraerly
of thi t.ce, but for the jast year of La
iond.de, Clevi-land county, is up on an ex
tended visit to his people.
Mr. Thomas Saiterwbiie went down to
Morgantou I riday
M isses Myrtle and Minnie Howard were
in Morganton lat week.
Mr.and Mrs. Wise, of Burke, were visit
ing lure Saturday and Sunday. Mr?. Wise
is quite a rh thy luiiy weighing pounds.
Mr. llar.ey C.ravson. a premising young
man ot Xcalsville, is teaching near here.
Ai'intield for Sound ?Iouey.
The C harlotte Observer makes the
following comment on the nomination
of .fudge Arm field for governor:
"We copied, a few days ago, the tri
bute of the Marion Peeord to Judge
Armlield in putting him in nomination
for Governor. This gentleman enjoys
large popularity throughout the State,
and well deserves his reputation as a
man of extraordinary ability; but
the observer has lieard it rumored that
he is a sound money man, and if that is
a fact, the fact by common consent,
among the free coiners, bars him.
If we hadn't thought Armlield is a
sound money man we would not have
nominated him. Of course he is for t
miuiuI mmiey; every lionest man is. j
Armlield is a sound man, w ith sound
sense, and he wants everything ele
sound. There i nt.'hing folia h-r Uian ;
a goe.d bar.', silver (Llh.r. It is even;
I sounder than a gold dollar.
lVAVrED. Walnut log-s, oak and
poplar lumber. Will pay cash for
tame. W, p. Jone.
Itiouiuors in x;intn.
llie woruci Jws at .ri,;!villtf L .
Tl.t-we ri.Iin" round on liejrhs usij Ik
ia' all the ways ;
J iy it m.ikt-3 Vm healthy, an' thea're
pom' f.r it etron,
lb iiomj ere bukiu" Lisruits an' caf!n'
all -1 ,y lo-ig!
I'icycl-? an' I loorrrer.-
Nert-r s:tw thf like;
Ntvtr ii nu teBiu
Where lighten, 's poii.' to strike!
women Jown t Billvi;! uare got tlie
li ' on rr. fra r
Tl..... o. ;. :.. 'i
wn the bi ' rta ! ad
goii. oat o' sight;
y'. c Joj?: wii'i trrign mii:?ioii?-chiiTh
f urs are goin' r. roup,
tiif men art rnindiu' bbies ae cu:r'ur
all i:i v lone-'
I!ieyr!f3 an' lloorners
(littin 1 WU'Sr mi' WUSr!
Lord knowg where we'll git to
Jitiore they 're uonewith us!
The wornon down .it KillvHIe therVe go
ii.' wi h a w ill ;
They're racin' with tin rniiroad trair.3 un'
roliin' down the hill;
They're got the re Josot bloomers their bi
cycles are strong.
An' the men wear -Mother Ilubbards" an'
cuss the w hole dj long!
Iii'-ycles ar.' blo rrers
All the men are "goner;!"
lion i know what ivtV: comin
lordliave mercy on us!
Since the outbreak ol cholera in Japan
y'OO -ersons have been attacked with
the disease and over 5. COO persons have
Mile. Pauline, of Holland, is probably
the tiniest w oman on the plane?. Fh- is
eighteen yearo old, w-tiglis less than nine
pounds, and lacks four inches of being as
high us a two-foot rule.
I'rof John A. Simpson of Raltigh, X. C,
blind from birth, ha3 mastered mathemat
ics -'from addition to quaternions" men
tally, bus learned ancient and modern lan
guages, and like many other blind pioplc
is a great musician. Hi- blinduess is with
out doubt the cause of his extraordinary
When our new long-term Senator vent
to Memphis recently to nitnd the silver
convention he registered "M. Ihil'er, Iv
liott, N. ('.j1' and the newspapers gazetted
him as -'M. IJ. Elliott, X. C." Xow the
(Ireenville, S ('., Xews, a few days ago, re
ft is to li i .11 as "Marion Butler, of CScorgin."
To the man who is setkiucr tin: bubble
reputation tliis sort of thing-must he mid
dling di-couraging- News and Observer.
Four liunchvd thousand bicycles
have been manufactured this year.
11. -I. Shipp, a member of the Xcw
ton bar, and son ef the late Judge
Shipp. died Suddenly pt his home Sun
day nighi. He" is said to iiavo Levii an
exceedingly good man.
As it is characteristic of great
wits to nay much in a few words,
so it is of small wits to talk much
anel say nothing.
It is said that 'J0:000 farmers of
the Northwest have signed an
agreement to hold their wheat un
til they can get a dollar a bushel
for it. '
James Tufts ef Boston, who
has bought 4.000 .teres of land two
miles from Southern Pines, has
mt 150 me n ot work there, pre
paring the lanel for settlement,
and advertises for l'00 carpanters
to put up buildings.
The Lenoir Topic says there are
peoples in Caldwell county who be
lieve that the free c-.-inage of silver
at lt to 1 means that the govern
ment gets the 1 and the people the
From ?. personal letter received
yesterday from one of the loading
lawyers in the state, wo make one
extract; "I sor.sider Judge E wart's
ruling both outrageous and con
trary to law. It will result in his
r.iin." News and Observer.
.Mr. M. A. lVeet has purchased him
a new Hu organ.
Mr. . If. P.ennett left Friday even-
ins for a visit to Alexander and Ire
dell counties ami returneel Monday.
The Way to lo Tilings
Gabriel McDowell colored, died last
week- (labe had been in poor health
and unable to work for a long time.
In lSlX) (.iabe voted the Democratic
ticket and has done so ever since. As
lie had no means DeputySheritl' Logan
Xiehols aided by other DemexTats
raised a sullicient amount of money
and saw that (labe received a true
I'etnoeratle anel christian burial and
s.vedthe county of the expense.
A younjr man, ef one of eountn
considerably east of here, Uok a
Mnoiintain trip" not long- since and
visited some v( t he tall mountains up
here in Western Xort Ii C arolina. On
his nturn Jiome he reprteel that
"Western X'ort h Carolina is sj ste-ep
that a man can plow in a field above
his Iiouse and at the same time watch
the potatoes boil by Ieoking down the
Tne most beautiful songs thut ever were
The noblest words that ever were speken,
Have Letn frcm sorrow aul suffering
From lives heartbroken.
E'en tlie hrp is mer.ing'ess, eleau and
Till the strings ar; stmined. Then the
pure notes come.
: LOUIS "VVALKEB"
ESiiur siiid Shoe
J; AKie.:;. n c.
liepairiur done in the neatesr p
lleftjle. Prices very low. Sati-fac-tion
The Ai.K:0 .Sax.u i3 ,till brum. An in
ci Jrnt trcm J.jriPe, N. y., j)rog ,.-, u
sterns that the-people were i;ptea.-d wiifc
licondaclof Mrs. BntCorj in el. ni,,.
Bill. 'Jr Ta... t . i . . "
! t.m the WO-
nunntiirwliW f..i .
'o rn. Inytxl of obevin - sl. ir-el .Jv. .. . turday in Au-u
i- 1-w tor prolific.. WL't-a tnj
to JarvilJe trom tht. co-t.iiT j-it ,
of men Fe:7ed her wht n Hie -pot ,
tr.tin, nn l took bcr ir;!o t:ie ire-plit
wh,rKi!,ey ftripptd her. Several
"7 I r. a
w l.o w ere p:
e.-eiit with blackened ftce?
cr( ? d
:n uia'e cottume, t' en aenljetl tar
"icl feathers to Mrs. Covey, co-op tlly cov.
erii, h. r. The vicr'ni was carried fJ hei
mother h?u?c, an 1 it was found that hr
arms and several riiu were broken, Xewg
and ni,s-i er.
C holera is rain iu Japan.
Durham Lai a $1T .0)0 dolh.r fiie J-ist
Toe Aiceiican Tobacco Comrary i?
Starling so .ue cigarette factories ia Africa.
Mrs. 7. PeW'itt Ta!m.ig die I Mon lay.
-inc tiie Liirriin' ofrhe Brooklyn Tuber- j
riitlc laft jenr she had been sufferirgl
" I'ti'uusj.iu.i.auua ana naa never
fullj recovered from tin shock.
Mrs. Iluthsteiner is ahead in grow
ing tomatoes this year. .She gathered
some fine cues froai h.r garden a few
days ago and among them was a very
large one, weighing eighteen ounces.
The Marion Record is strongly In favor
sf Hon. It. V. Armfield for Governor. Com
menting on this recommendation the Ashf
tille Citizen says: "Armfield is a big
brainy man. We know nothing against
him except that he U 'agin' the playii g ol
ihc band whea court is iu session." evrs
The. Republicans in the Twenty-eighth
Ward in IM,i aIelp!ii;i have denounced Sen
ator Cameron because he voted against
the Federal election law, and "persist-ntle
votes with the Popiois's ior the free aad
unlimited coinage ot silver."
Two sprightly young ladies, Misses Vir
ifi 'lurbjfili aiH A!amie .McLean, have
taken charge cf the Lincoln Courier. In
tokin of our bio heriy love," y juag laiies,
we herhby extend to you the "rigut haml
of fellowship,'" and uisb ytu a long aail
succe?s!'ul career in journalism."
Six llulcs of Health.
The secret of he dtli and of long iife,
sajs De.- Familienaizt, N?w York, "lies in
'.he following very simple thing?:
1. l.r-atlie fresh air my ami r.ight.
2. Tae sufficient sle-.p and rest.
3. Woik like a man, but never over
work. 4. Avoi'l passion anf excitement. The
anger of an insta-:t may be fatal.
0. Ho not strive to take the whole world
on your shouliers trust in your gouel
j ..-vcr (ks;f.b, l.e.-t! ri2e U a mortal
fS&NVhen you see a cross (X) op
posite your name it indicates that ye ur
time is out or about te expire, and is a
request for you to renew.
Scut it to f lis Moiltvv it ieriii:t-
Mr. Jacob Esbensei wlio is in
the employ of the Chicago Lum
ber Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, savs:
1 have just sent some medicine
back to my mother in the old coun
try, that I know from personal use
to be the hest medieme m the
world for rheumatism, having used
it m mv tanulv for several years.
It is called Chamberlain's Pain
Ualm. It always dex-s the work."
50 cent bottles for sale bv Mor-
r.hew efc White, Druggists.
Low IJate to IJoofoii and lietm ii.
On August -2:5rdf 21th and 25th the
Southern Ilailway will sell round frip
tickets to Host on, Mass., from Marion
at rate of one fare $"2. 85; tickets good
to return until September 10th andean
be extended until September HOth.
This will be a splendid opportunity
for any one to visit Eastern e ities at a
small cost. For further information
call on any agent of the Southern Kail-
way or Chas. L Hopkins, T. P. A., 30
W. Trade St , Charlotte, X. C.
The Southern Ilailway Company will
sell reduced-rate runnel trip tickets
from Marion, as follows:
Tor the Orand Encampment T. O.
O. F. of Xorth Carolina, to be held in
Charlotte, X. V ,August 7th, $."; tickets
on sale August 3th, tth and 7th, and
good to return August 12th.
On account of the annual meeting of
theSeoiety of Friends, High Point,
X. 'J., August Cth to i:tli,K 0; tickets
on sale August 4th to 7th, inclu-ive,
and limited to Atigtst 1 7th.
On aceemnt of the Xorth Carolina
Fireman's Association (colored) Hen
derson, X". C, August 13-1",$S.1j; tick
ets on sale August 13th and 13th, limi
ted to Agust 17th.
The Company oilers reduced rates,
aiso. on account of the Su ndaj -school
Convention of the Presbytery of Ca
towba, Ilarrisburg, X. , August s-10:
tie'ketson sale August 7th and fcth,
limited to August litJi.
Kp.rNCH Bi:oAr F.vu: am l!ecix;.
Fer above occasion the Southern Ilail
way wiil sell round trip tickets to
Asfieville for $l.Ni; tickets on sale
August Pth to 2ist, limit returning
SALF. OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
On the 1-t Mot Jay in FertemLer reit.
by virtue cfa decree rf Court ia the case
of Nancy M. Hollowaj and hcibAid t.
W. A. Koic tt !.. I siia'I sell at th-? comt
fctiU'e in V irion a nice f ame cottage with
thre-e iot, contaiairj about two or three
Hcrs. the prrperty o the late K. Witter,
dcit; 1, mi En. Marion.
Yrr of sr.'f lne tl,iri las'i. r.ne
. i !r; f.?. i t - t; .: 1 . r . ! it f e.vt
, Tii. i.t..h t
N'lh Carolina Collpn
The next session of this Voiles will
" M'"w-r .fn. t.Xa
iminar l'.n ; it
S ' ,,ir,n? ?-hnK
irinrr a (clmi.i .i
... . " '""J cost will d
non a i an untKuiiv U.w ,,t
well to apply ftr catalogue to
J.tJ HOI. LA DAY, Pres.
Ualeigb, X. C
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
C-npruej the rn Trr.i'r ,U r !
t i - T......I -
w. . rA( i era. j uu-on
1 Mu Jen ts. Address
' apel Hill, X.
t., for Cit ilogiie and hand Look
1,A i L L I X K n Y -il I L LI X KIIY
Keeps the very
in Millinery goods. Store on Main
street, next door to Lonon Brothers.
THE BRQCKMAN SCiiOOL OF MUSIC,
CKKKXSBUIJO, X. C.
Pianoforte, Voice Culture, Violin
and Art. A specialist in each de
partment, Ti wining School for Teac hers.
Address CI IAS. J. EROCKMAX,
AND ALL KIXDS OF
vw rAi ti"
"W". IP- eJOIsTES,
Groceries! r oceries!
Everything in the Grocery
NEW AND FRESH STOCK
at prices lower than anywhere
else in town.
CAM NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
XEW STAND. X FAV STOCK. CALL
AND SEE JJEFOKE YOU IIPY ELSE
WHERE, B, Gilkey & Son.
And Feed Stables.
Handsomest vehicle., le.t hor
sen, most moderate cliarge-s. If
you want to take a pleasure trip or
a business trip across the mountain-,
down the valleys!, around
town or anywhere el. with more
comfort and easo than you ever
took the same trip before, try ono
A li G ilkey & Son's.
NOTICE T(i NOX-IiESIOKXT.
North Carolina i In the Superior Court
McDoweil Co. j Ilefore the Clerk.
Andrew Yount, Administrator with
will annexed of Noah Yount, dee'd,
W. II. Williams and wife Harriett, An
drew Elmore, Wiley Elmore, John
Mottitt and wife Margaret. William
l ount, Suaunah I hoiria, John Died
se and w ife Mary.
To Susannah Thomas non-re?ident
defendant in the above entitled action
Oreeting: You are hereby notified
and reejuired to apiear before th un-
1 dersigneel at liis ortire in Marion, X.;
on .Saturday tLe inth day of Augut
j ir'Xt, anu answer or demur to the com
plaint li ed in aid cause for sale of
i real estate for assets therein de-cril-d,
lohewie judgment will b? taken
atrair.. yeo ut he relief tlemai.u'td ia
i aid con: plaint.
Witness mj -hand atd Kal this Zrd
Ii. V.. I'ri,v
Clerk Sejerior Court
ui mm us two .l,ors below
for bu-inesri with a new Iiu of
, ... ii
Watches, right goods and right prices.
' Tewelrv et
f J 9 1 I.O V X
A isEw DKPA RTn?xrrr
,.. f. . 1 i"-"'J win m?,e IIianv
"ll,J a snort timea- h
II O C1" '''I D0L.LAR INVESTED can ho mnele by our
A -Systematic Plan of Speculation
'"Uvd States X by ten a 'VT'" 1 hfl
large amounts eve yy,,V r rMn
who inveasa hundred r ,r , " 8 fvw 'r for the man
o- .nose who i:;rtrr::tr,;"trt,a t,,,l,ars ,,p 10 irwo -
JaM inl'tnL'on l -imparMive.y
invest thr ZZ sZ o K" fr0'" C"'
Our pl.u, does ot r? k "'"'y '"nlerstand systematic trading.
-th sides s 7l-,t weth In efa,uo,int "V trade, but cover.
pec,,laii!;nd(Vuil,fM ,r """ " uul'
Eree. Our Manual exv l, . 1 ' ful1 ,,f '"""-making winter. All
mrrl;! ' "uess- lvr further information address
J-JiUJVLJLS &CO,, Hank, rs uial llrokers,
L'il-LMKialto Uuileling, Chicago, III.
Free! Free! FreeS
Everybody is invited to take a FKEE look at
Larg,. and new st-ck .,f Central Merchandise
A Coat for 50 cents? Yes!
Xichi.lsIW. have coaxal all prices from cents .,, and
Bpini.rand Sunnner Clothing in tlie v-ry latest Btyles. Alo
Goods, Hats, anel Notions..; And Groceries of all kind, Flour,
i t - n, YV ;u'V,c,10,9jJrotIlH' for anything in the above
Ti hardware, farming impletncit,, weKiel,,, willowaro, &c.
lliey also pay hiuhesf. rrmrt.t ,.r;,.o f 11 i i . r
- o -
nri u xr a ii a i ,
Aiiiuugu. utruuuie 10 snow goous. iJjg
gest Stock in town. Yours to please,
Lewis M avvvx, 1jceidkxt. L. p. McL roo,CA8HiE,
AMir.VILLC, .. C
I)KSI;.ATK.I MATE JEPOITOXlV.
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS $25,000
We l ave SiK-cial facilities for handling the busine of Merchants
and other-? in Westom North Carolina
j.ot thtnkof a chance, rve nill le
.1 V All H II VI
the POST OFFICE
srt'Ds, scaup nxss, links,
, S vvindeli, the Jeweler.
, but nowhere can tliev maki ma
y successful Speculation in drain. Provisions
piv-o tut uu jviutis oi touniry pro
I f you have no Bank accoun
glad to have you correspond with u.