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PUBLISHED EVERY TJMJHSDAY
cr. c HiX-tsT-Tsrim y
Entered at Uu tofice in Marion as
tfecond-class r-hi I matter.
flow .tSarloii Has rown Mure
There was x rhajis n ver a inor'j
desolate lookup place, than v-a
Marion whe1 tii? of th -
tnejnocjfble Kr; had ;f uf d irvu .
It hciiihI that tii; til-- had made!
here the town onee was
forever unlit for human hahitation.
lifgimiiiig with anl inelndin-j th"
ost ufilc'J next to the hi ik s! re
hnildin U.-l.i'in to Vr. J. C.M:
Citrry and o;eiiied I'.v Ni'-ii"!-I5n..
c;rv hiiildiri on that "'
of Mt in 'trf t down to and inelti
vlinth; dwelling next to Mr. iihm-t-
naoecuiid hy K. J. Jusliee- was
destrovHl. And every huildin on
the ithor side of Main street from
Maj. James NeaPrf residence to
Burni's store hiiildiM. A hand
some hriek luiilinir, im h;mlsome
and tuhtstantial as ean le found in
any town, has l.een ereeted on al
imjfet every one of these dd hites.
aVIr. MeCurry has relmlt the post
lhce l uihlin and his t-tore huild
ing next to it, and the store huild
ing is occupied hy Mr.J. T Del
linger with a new and well selected
stuck of general merchandise,
herill Ni al has rep!ae-d his old
wooden huilding with tw of the
nicest store hiiildin'is to he found
nnywher'. One of the store rooms
is oei-uiied hy Mr. V- J.. KatlilVe.
Ia the second stories of the Sheriffs
huildini;anr nice rooms heautifully
finished for oflices and other pur
poses. Next to H ill's is the
time huilding "f Mr. J. 1. Norton.
"The wall of tliis l-uildiag, heing
-ry thick and well made, was not
in hired hv the fire. It is now a
far hetter huilding than it was he
fore the fin; and is occupied hy the
drug btore of Drs. Morpliew Sc
White, Mr. Win. Sweeney's harher
shop. Dr. lJurgin's dental ollice
and Col. Morhew;s law oKico.
S'ext comes the hrick huilding
wnel hy Mr. Y. MeD. Ihirgin and
occupied hy A. V. (lilkey it Son,
rocerymen. This huilding, in
which a part of the old wall was
used, has heen greatly enlarged,
heautitied and in many ways im
proved. It formerly had hut one
room; it now hua two excellent
rooms. Next comes the large and
handsome store huihlim: ()f
A. lh. ANTON A- Co.
This is one of the in s! l uilding-'.
if not the hect in in'.vn, and A
Illantoii &. ('u., keej a stock of
g)ods that can scarcely he equalled
ho far as quantity, variety of as
sortment and low prices go. Then
comes the new store huilding of
Mi;. Tiio. Mi:m.
Mr. Medd's huilding, though not
jso large t4 lllanton's, is no less
.beautiful, and he will soon have
as large a stock of gjods as ever.
Me. .1. S. DvsAin's
new store huilding stands next in
order jut across the railroad. Mr.
JDysart a!sj carries a large slock
of general merchandise. After
passing Mr. Dysart's store huild-
imrwecome to the residence of
ilrs. L. (. Neal which is now un
.der process of construction, and
when completed will he one f ih(
handsomest residences in town.
Crossing over to the other side
.of Main street we come to the
hand-ionie new resilience of Maj.
James Xeal. Going hack up the
Ktvet the next huilding is the
Craig huilding, occupied hy
Du. V. 1 Joxks. "
dealer in hardware and Mrs. J.
P. Norton's millinery store. The
Craig building is now one of the
yerv best huiluin
m town, ami
has throe -ootl utore rooms in the
first btorv and ei-ht or ten niee
oll'ice rooms jn the up,tairs K 1 U1 lxu 11 )y '"P
v. . 4, . ,. . ! lu tween. It is woiulertul to see
.Next, on th- corm-r ot Man. and ilow 1H:uiy hours th. se pn,mpt peo
Pept ttiei ts, is the lan-e hriek j pie contrive t make oi a tlav: it
tstore huilding ot" is a il'they picked up thv 1110-
C'.xi-r. Sk k ni!its which the dawdlers lost.
This hmhlinu- is also a verv tiro AlKif 0Vt'r.VuU - 1 vouelf where
.. . i you Iiave -t nv.uiv thniLTs pressing
Luihl.n.amlis occiqued hy the j up,M that vol. hardlv know
general merchandise stt.ro of Mar- 1 how to hegin, let mo toll you a so
tin llrutheis ami the furniture j cret : Take hold of the very first
More of Mr. Geor-o (Jilkev Ju-t I on'' l'iat oouu's tu lnnd. an.l vou
in the rear of this huildin- is Ta.tt ! llw a faM lnto t5Ie'
,i . . 1 : and t.. How after, like a eomnanv
bo s ,,'w hnck ivsitlonco. Next f well-tirilled soldiers, and thUn
is the new sttuv huildinj of Mr. ; work may he hard to moot when'it
i ouet, on tne site lormorlv oceti-
pi'd hy Mr. C. A. J)ale ivsidoiuv
and adjoining it is the now Mero
' ' hli !,' ar.- m,v u:,-, r .
f c.-ntrticiitei i .1
rt)rtnl..t. I i ;n l i i
L ei '!HJ)!'.'(-
lit c ; v. 1 :
. 'i "w v v, i'i '
i few v.- -k-Kvnv
tii- r i
.v. n Ltii'iiit.;?
t-t'ok of "i ii'-r:
witli lli"ir lare
i I'ott-fi'r. !.;ai't!::.:; will h.- f k.?:?: 1 1 i v-J y, c m i .nra tiv!y, .snirlativo
: i... i iv, si rn :it imd -hriuu"; country.
..... . ,i , ,
r. ,11. their l:,n? and well aborted
stock oi merchandise. .
JSVxt in the hriek budding -j
lorciii" lo Mr. J. (i. Viinc-v and!
u.u ,i hwh e C.t I.ar. n.i
wasthe hr.-t hmhiin -...f!.-t d !
alter the fire.
'arm v m. mcu. J.urii. are
.aringtohuilduii tl sites iwxt
al-ov tne "i ancey buildup. . j
The town now has four or live
in r- stor- ro.iin than th-r: w-r'
ore 1 lie lire, ate
the lite, ami v.hm tli - einM-
;::g- of I.onon Uro.-.. ;u.(l lUir.ijin
are conqdetetl there will lie; six or
seven more. (J..e of the' new Luil
ilingrf is worth almo'st as much as
all the buildings" destroyed by fin?.
J. C. Davis, the unfortunate lu
natic embezzler and forger of Wil
mington, escaped from the insane
asylum at lialeigh and walked 2U0
miles to New J'ei ne to visit the
grave of his dead mother. lie was
brought back t the asylum last
eekhyth; Steward of the Asy
lum, lame and foot-sore, without
having seen that for w hich he had
walked such a long tiresome dis
tance. Forest fires now burning in the
western portion oi" the State of
Wa.-hington are doing considera
ble damage. Millions of feet of
timber have been destroyed. The
smoke is so dense that navigation
on the sound is becoming danger
ous. The fire department of Ta
eoma has .been kept constantly
busy fighting lire on the outskirts
of thecitv for a week.
A friend who v. ill recognize me
when 1 am compelled to wear
patched pants; who will take my
hand as 1 am sliding down hill in
stead of giving me a kick lo hasten
my descent ; who win lend nie a
dollar without two dollars securi
ty ; who wil 1 come to me when I
am sick; who will pull oif his coat
and light lor me when the odds
are two to one; who will talk of
me behind my back as he talks to
my face. Such a friend is wanted
by ten thousand beings throughout
the whole world Durham Sun.
Mr. Charles 15. Rous?, the well
known New York millionaire,
wants to put up a memorial build
ing for Confederate veterans at
the Cotton St.t .'s and Internation
al Exposition, lie proposes to
make it a meet ing place for lec
tures and speeches by vef'-rans and
t lie sale of Confe erate relics.
Mr. lloiiss, who.- 1 1 i i ; i i f a Co:i
ledcrate veteran, and who went to
New York without a dollar at the
close of the war, recently gave
.1(H),0()0 for the erection of a Con
federate memorial building to be
'located in some large city and
made a repository for Confederate
historv and archives.
A country newspaper publisher
sizes un the "snan of lifer' and the
trials and troubles of an editor as
follows. A child is horn; the doc
tor in attendance gets a $10 fee;
the editor notes it and gets noth
ing; it is christened and the min
ister gets $5; and the editor writes
i( up and gets 00; it marries and
the minister gets another .$10 ; the
edit"i gets a piece of cake, or 000;
1 - A 1 C A A ' .1
r.i me course 01 nine 11 mes. me
I'-etorgets from 45 to $100 and
he minister perhaps gets another
5, the undertaker to 50; tiie
ilitor prints a notice of its death
ami an obituary twocolumns long,
and a set of resolutions of a bulge
or organization to which the de
ceased belonged, and receives 000,
and then has the privilege of run
ning a free card of thanks and a
let of poetry, besides.
l'roiii pt IVaplt-.
Dun't livo a sini!'1 hour of your
lif witliout doiiii exactly what is
t !t done in it, ami uoing straight
ilirouu'i it In tin l-.eirinnin; to ernl.
Work, nlav, stmlv whatever it i?.
take hold at ttnee, and tinish it up
t-tiuarelv; then to the next thinir,
. . i a.:
' flnirgos in a stiuad. it is oasilv
vanquished if you can hrinp: it
into lino. You may have often
seen the anecdote of the man who
v. 41, . a et; tit in tMieii so .. i. t ' ' "
'much in -U lif. '- Jortil- 1 am sorry everv ,-ne in . , THE ft ...
i.' ' ixiz 'r ri:;:l r's Sarsepan!Ia
il';'Then i t1" U '' ' " !- t":!- ,;--:-vile-. Mrri n Co RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
,n. in ie is the ecret ihe nuiL'ic . i.-i ... t . - , . ..
:l ; xxonl now I-Mtrchaut Sentinel'. Whit Drmn's y 'loTlLJ AYER'S Piils Save Doctor's Bills.
Xiisiiah and lioopen.
Kiinv ;;; Tril.etr".
I fi:'l ;iJ)"?!t l!;e mitlter ours is
emihiitie;ii!v, ti!:! u:al! v. ij.-i-
Th' ",,:i;,is of th" Jimo furnish
n.Jhni to compare with it; (-reece
- ft oirunistolico; ISonie
Wasn't. "no where;" Venice couldn't
hold uh a candle, while all the
modern nations sink into insignifi-
nu,a!if.r .m (1 lw.p,.r aii h,y
r, f;1t.r ;;iul - furth'T and make
inor.-noi-e, ami n-e hi-h.-r, J.i.cl
. .o.- .t.
luer, ami deeper, and cleaner
thf)t(i if ,my jthor nation. H
jias ,norf. cataract?, and they fall
farther and faster a'id harder, and
i i ii i. . i. i
lour ioiici, mio kk j:iuiio i umu
oth'-r eataraets. it lias more snow
on them and they an- harder to
get up, and easier to fall down
than all other mountains, It ha
more gold, and it is heavier and
brighter, and worth more than the
gold of other countries. Our rail
road cars are bigger, and run fas
ter, and pitch oil" oftener, and kill
more people than all othe r railway
cars. Our steamboats are larger
and carrv bigger loads, and ''bile
their buster" ofTner, and tin cap
tains swear harder than in any
other countrv. Our men are big
ger, longer, thicker, and can fight
harder and faster, drink more
whiskey, chew more tobacco, spit
more and farther, stick up their
heels higher, and oftener than men
in all other countries. Our ladies
are prettier, dress finer, spend more
money, break more hearts, wear
bigger hoops and shorter dresses,
ami kick up the devil generally,
and to a greater extent than all
other ladies. Our politicians can
spout louder, lie harder, make gass
faster, dodge quicker, make more
noise and do less work than every
body else's politicians. Our nig
gers are blacker, ivork harder, have
thicker skulls, smell louder, and
need thrashing oftener than any
body else's niggers Our children
squeal louder, grow faster, get too
big for their trousers quicker than
all other children. It is a great
country! It is the corner stone
of all nations; it is the top of
thf pile, i lie head man oi
the heap, the last button n the
coat, the crow ning jewel in the dia
dem, the capital of the column,
the last link in the chain, the ob
served of all observers. It will
eat up all other nations faster
than Pharoah's lean Kine ate up
the fat one. When all other na
tions are numbered with the things
that were, it will be just rejoicing
in its strength. It will Hck al.
other nations out of existee.ee it
will lick them up as a cow lieketh
K .lt. And finally, it has louder
thunder, faster lightning, bigger
hail, colder ice, than can lie found
in any part of the inhabited globe.
Hurrah tor the prodigious constel
lation of free States ! Ilai.g a man
that woiuiin't praise his own
From a letter written by Rev. J
Giuiilernian, of Dnnorulale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract : '"I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr King's Xew Discovery, as there
suits were almost marvelous in the case
of my w i!e V. hile I was pastor of the
JJapt ist lu'rcii at Rives J titicriou she
was brought down with I'lieumciiia
succeed ing La (liippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last hours
with little interrii jilicn and it seemed
asit"-he could not survive them. A
friend recommended Dr. King's Xew
Discovery; it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial boltle free at Morphew & White's
Drugstore. Regularize 10c and $1.
Story of an Editor.
An editor died and slowly wen
ded his way tu hell. The devil
saw him and paid: For many
years thou hast home the hlame
for the errors the printers made m
the paper. The printers have dev
iled thee on .Saturday eve for
w aire- when thou hadst not a red
to thy name. Men have taken
your paper w ithout paying a cent,
yea, verily, and cursed thee for not
i.-suing a hotter one. All those
things hast thou home in silence.
Thou canst not come in. There
will he a continual dunning of de
linqueiit suhscril ers (for hell is
full of them) and discord will he
created in our kingdom. ISogone!
Heaven is your home Mascot.
See A. illantou it (Vs. new ad. They
have larjre bills of fronds arriving
every day. They buy tlu-ir poods in
such la r ire quantities that they cau af
ford to undersell other merchants and
still have a profit left.
My little hoy, when two vears- of
nge. was takev..ry ill with bloody
liux. 1 was advised to use Chani
herlain's Colic, Cholera and ?)i:ir-
1 , TV. ...... 1 l I.. i -i
.......ui.wu.uiiu-niCKIiy procu -
reil part of a bottle. I carefully
read the direct ions and jrave j ac
cordmglv. He was very low,!
hut slowly and surely he began to
improve, gradually recovered, and
is now as :dout and strong as ever. !
1 feel sure it saved his life. I never j
cn praise the Homed c hlf
Th? Wnyorihtf Woiltl.
ella wrirn.ES wilcox.
r.jeid: ir.d tbe world l:iahs with xoi,
V.'crp, .m l you wip alone,
For t' e ph1 oi l earth must borrow its
It has tremble enough cf it? own.
Sinp, an J the hills wil! an ;wer,
Sigh it is losloa the air.
The echoes hound tonjojfu' sounJ,
But shrink from voicing care.
Rejoice, and men wiil seek jou,
Grite, and thej turn and go.
Thtj wast full measure of your pleasure-,
Put ther dt not need josr woe.
Tic glid and your friends are many,
Its sad, aj-'l yu lose ilx-m all,
TLei -; none to
:h- our nect:r
Cut alone you must drink life'j gall.
Feast, and your bulls are crowded,
Fast, and the world gees by;
Succeed arid givt, an d it helps you lire,
I?ut no man can help you die;
There is room in the hail cf pleasure
for a lrue and lordly train
Cut one by one we must nil file oh.
Through '-he narrow aisbs of pain.
A Religious Prodigy.
Claret ta Xorah Avery, a colored
girl aged only nine years, has dur
ing the past few weeks developed
into a wonderful preacher, and .all
who come within the sound of her
voice are amazed at her utterances.
So savs the Columbia State.
She was born in Washington in
1885, and has been doing what she
calls "working far God" for nearly
three years. Though she can
barely write, she has committed
almost the whole of the New Testa
ment to memory. Since she was
three years old she has never let a
Sunday pass without attending
church. She has a wonderful
memory, and is able to repeat a
sermon word for word after hear
ing it preached once.
She preached her first sermon in
Raleigh this State; then went to
Oxford. Here 150 persons profes
sed religion under her preaching.
She went then to San ford, YVades
boro, Monroe and other places in
this State, and frcm ten to fifty
converts was the result of her
preaching at each of those places
She is pleaching now in Marl
boro county, South Carolina, and
she numbers her converts among
white people and negroes by the
A II:ri!oiiioits Couple.
Mrs. Perkins (calmlv reminis
cent) "Jonathan, we've biu mar
ried 40 years next Tuesday, an'
never had a cross word yit.
Mr. Perkins "I kuow it. I've
stood yer jaw in' purty well."
Mrs. Perkins "Jonathan Per
kins, you're a mean, hateful, de
ceitful old thing, an' I wouldn't
marry vou agin fer love ner
money !" Judge.
He My love, wo have been mar
ried two years.
She Yc s, darling.
He Upon our wedding day you
were twenty-four. To-day you
tell tha cejifeus man 3011 are thirty
one. Dear me, how timeiiies when
one is happy. Detroit Tribune
"Libert j.ell" will start from
Philadelphia on September 11th,
on its wa to Atlanta for the ex
position. Its route will be through
Virginia and Tennessee, and along
the route -patriotic people will
watch it with a feeling of venera
tion. It w as on the morning of
July 4th, 3 615, that the deep sono
rous tones of this old bell went
rolling out of the bell tower in
Philadelphia to 'proclaim libert
throughout all the land unto all
the inhabitants thereof."
Complete Eecovery by the Tse "of
" Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
unable to look after my -interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsapariila, bean to improve at once,
and praduall v increased mv weight from
one hundred and twentv-live to two
j Lundred pounds. Since then, I and my
j family have used this medicine when
needed,' and we are all in the Wst of
health, a faet which we attribute to
Ayer's Sarsapariila. I In-Iieve my chil
dren would hare Wen fatherl. ss to-ar
had it not been for Ayer's Sarsapariila,
of which preparation I cannot say too
much." II. O. IIiox, Postmaster and
its I rl. x ' : j . o A-t
Yellow f. vr i- raging in Cuba. :
Mrs. I). Ta linage left her entire
esfate to her husband. The estate
is valued at $100,001
Two Democratic candidates elec
ted Zachary Tavlor. Two Demo
cratic candidates elected Abraham
Lincoln. Gold standard extrem
ists are fixing themselves leauti
fully to elect any man the Repub
licans name. Hickory Press and
We want an intelligent active
man, in each localitv, to gather
rilKi arrange statistics relating to
the advantages and manufacturing
interests, of the different sections.
for the Real Estate mid inaneial
Journal. To such an one we can
give teniKrary employment in his
own locality, or a permanent posi
tion traveling for us. We want a
man who has faith in the South
and can speak up for it in such a
manner as to convince our North
ern subscribers that it is to their
interest to locate among us, or to
invest in uie couin.
THE SOUTHERN PUB. CO. j
Florence, S. C. i
I'roteet the Oaiuc and Fish.
Shoot or fish only in the proper
season and escape the game war
den bv observing the laws. Many
states have new game and fish laws
this year, and if you don t Know
them, send five 2c stamps for a
copy of the Game Law issue of
The American r leld, l'4o ctate t?t.,
Chamber! aia'o Ero and Gkin Ointment
Is a certain euro for Chronc Sore Eye:,
Granulated Eye Licb, Sore lipples Klej
Ixzeraa, Tetter, Salt Kheum and Scald Head,
23 cents per box. For sale by druggist
TO II0ESS OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con.-
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition rowdera.
They tone up the pvstera, ail aifes,won, curt-
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
new life to an old or over vorked hor?e. ' 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
orpliew Jc line, nrujrgisTS
1,000,000 People Wear
Wear W. I" IMislii sUocs and ma-vn from
81. OO to t:t.O psiir. All M!e and
WiUtiiH. '1 lie p.tlvatice In lentlior 1ms increased the
price ol'i'tlK-r iimkts. L:tt the qtt;l:ly :m.l prices of
YV. I.. IoiicIiih nliM rem sin t!io fcJiirse.
Vake no substitute ; -c that name ami price is stamped
liii solo. W. it. iutflua, Uux;KlO.N,iLi3S. tsold by
to get all Borts of JOB PRIXTIXG
and at lowest r rices.
UCSIXESS CARIS, 13 ILLS. TO.S
TERS, ETC. ETC.
SEN'D YOUR ORDERS TO TIIE
JAVLS C IJXXEr.
Attorneys at Zaw
MARION, - - - - N-C
Will practice in StcPoweH and ad
join in g counties. All business intrus
ted to tin ir care "win receive prompt
and pains-taking attention.
pEARSON & McKESSON,
ATTCENSYS AT LAW,
MOIKJANTOX, X. C.
Practices in the Courts of McDowell.
w. c. XEWI.AXD
Lenoir, X. C.
M. A. KKWLiXD
Marion, X C
Maui I: hki
ATTORNKYS and counsellors
- - - X. C
Practice in the courts of the 10,
11, and 12th districts, and the Su
preme court of N. C, and the U.
S. Courts of Western District of
J, N. MORGAN -a-CO-
Xo. 3 Tublic Square, Asheviile, X. 0.
Wholesale anil Retail
BOOKS. STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP-
pj ,rc 11 Mn OTATC TCYT nnniTC n
j Irlces guaranteed OS low
as aiy oIIiei house.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
' On the 1 t Monday in September next
by virtue ;t a decree of Court in the cse
-ofXancy M. Holljway and hushii-id v.
i A. Ito-se tt h1., I shall sell at :the coutt
1 bouse in Murion a nice f ame cottage with
: three lots, containing about two or three
j act-ps, tlie property ol the late E. Witter,
dpceased, in East Marion,
j Terms of sale: One third cash, one
third :n six months and one third in twelve
months, note and approved seourif v for de
fer, ed payments. Title retained -until pur
chase money is all paid. Thi3 A.ueust 8th
j 1895. Fred, R. fiffmy,
DR. B. LASHWORTH.
Physician and Surgeon
PHYSICIAN and SUKGCOi
Offers his professional services to
the public. Office : Old Fort, X. C.
Watch this space.
WILL HAVE SOMEMUIXG INTERESTING TO TELL YOU NEXT WEEK.
Now is the Time and This is the Place
TO IISrVIEST IT.
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS BY MAKING YOUR PURCIiASES AT
General Merchandise Store.
Headquarters for HATS, SHOES, and CLOTHING. A fiair of pants for '
Overalls and Shirts till you can't ivt. Dry Goods and Notions at jour ow n
G-BOC.RIES OIF1 ALL IKIUSTDS-
The verj finest jrrades 0f cff. Agents for Long-man & Martinez fj
mixed I'aiuts.and tne celebrated Nisen Wagon-.
OHIO RIVER & CHARLESTON R.U
Goin North No.' 3
Lv. Uamden 1.30 r,,
Reck Hill 4Hpm
Ar. Blacksbnrjr 6.0') j,m
Lv. K!ck?1nrg 8 00 atl
Shelby 8.53 am
Kutherfordton 10.55 Mtn
Ar. Marion 12 30 j m
floinjr South. Xo. 2.
Lv. Marion 2.to pm!
Rutherfordton 3.25 pIn
SbtTby 5.12 jm
Ar. UlacksbtiTg 6.00 pm
Ko. 33 .
L. Rlacksburg S CO pm
Rock Hill 10.32pm
Ar. Jradea ,12. 55 pm.
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