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I '; J'oiJowiri-
iloy and Jimmrsou
. HI. U M : i , ..
- i-i'ir : ''''phill, I. K. MarJow, J, L.' vLw,'
; v ( ' ' ' V" ' urrIs an' -A. M. X-sbitt
I Till' -!?..-.. . r l .
heek returned to
!;i.y evening to cuter
liV r.rulxT. .ifter an ah
ueeks returned Lome.
y ( Ui-onnan aii Mr. anl
. u', -"rman, of OIil Fort, were
,n .,,,,,l:i.v and Tue.wJay.
;.,,- I : -. 1 I i t L ami family re
.h,, ih'ir home iJi Lynchburg
j; ;. J.vid, Mi-s Mary Keid, and
p. j;. ill. nl Uld J'ort, were in
M K. 'ih.rnton, editor of the
n and arulinian was in
I JI. Kru iii, S. J, I'ear? on, J.
a m! -. J. I rwin, of Jlorgan
in i, ami Tuesday,
,,,,) iw .f time, if thou lovef-t
,jn ; y.-i nlay cannot te recal
,,iiiMrr'w cannot be seen red, to-day
( I !;!!, which, if once lost, is lo-t
i- ilii- to an enfeebled .state
n. Hull's Hair llduvver
nut rit ive functions of t he
i:; and preventing the for
tiidriil!. iii tv m's is the place to buy
hrapcr 1 ban they can be
wif-v. Yon can't ali'ord to
ii and go away without
iry" new slocK.
, I !.-:!'
ri!i.r.v;iv cuuple were happily
--,., hi u p ln.iy bunds of wedlock at
,'.,r.',.- lli- day alter they left
!:( af;d are now making their
Mr. Hubbitt's, lather of
; I'i.M'ii" llohhiU.
,.rv,,i;. ili hilit y is a common oom-
nr. -jki i.ii ! among women. The
iiMiln.il irra'tueiit for this disor
f j i t nt course of Ayer's
.r-ajaril a rli-an-e ami invigorate
-Li-iM. 'l itis h ing acconip'ished,
.will do the rev-t.
Mr Win. M all, of ort h Cove, and
lirni of Met ali A: ronley, beides
,,'i.n.' nl' the very herd men in the
i- also one of McPowelfs best
"ii-r His wheat crop this year
-Ml liim Mmi bushels of the Hiifst
jtiliat i", rr urew in McDowell.
ry A. M.-' ank'ss the Asbeville
cnphi-r, U iu Marion now n:k
i!,o(s :it low rice. Have
iiuik il.f:' :;t ofiee as he will .only
iv til! 'i'ui -d.i .
fvi'i; lawyers here this week
o.i -:i ; t or of the Morgan
T. I'ei!-. ins, Isaac T.
;. re.ii'M ii, of Morgan
l iml. of I.enoir ; S. (ial'
erdii ti ; M. K.Mhornton,
l V.'atsii, of
ice, of Uuther-
llira .I. .'.
'.f Hut her
Iiiknry; .itid 'i
rtMiile: M. II. ,!i
K. S MeC.ill, das. H.Cooper,
Mr. K..i.i riaik !:ad
:!. a load
I' th-'V ila-
.it a f. .
" a I,!.
a very narrow
alb vtk before last,
(Hue reek Mountain
: o.nli si ,!ics. He locked
tart :ng down the iuoun
;'.d .-dipped forw.ard- up-iv-ng
them such a fright
i o)!' down ( he moiin
' -peed and plunged
I'I'e -j; (),U. 0f (;,.
.'.I'KiVe one, was killed.
tv rr' wiy escaped,
s. ' ,:' t ivii-ter to a mind di-
. 'H"! .;. ( eri at u :y, my
i:!'i:i of t lie mind de-
"' l . if !;,.; ,i;,dy, on tlie con
'I tl.e i Miiia Ii, liver, and bowels.
"' wlii'ii complaints Aver's
ire " il,,- mivi i-i'i-iii'st fliiii" mi
' IMI L'H I.I lilt. I.. . w .
-' nouor, .lilurre
Uryan, was mil and forcible, e'ear and
concise, at times eloquent, abounding
m figures of great rh-torieal beauty
He endeavored to impress upi,n the
jury tie; important of their oflice, the
sacredness of their duty and the solem
"ityof the oath each member had
taken. After an encomium upon the
jury system and the wisdom of our fore
fat her.-, in establi-hing this mode f
trial, in which eulogy he p.ke of the
jury system as being the great bulwark
of our freedom, he defined briefly and
illustrated the various crimes and mis
demeanors of which our law takes cog
nizance. The criminal docket was then taken
up and a great many cases was dis
posed of by Tuesday when the case of
State agaiust Tinley and Jimmerson
charged with the murder of Louis
Henry MeXish, was taken up. A spe
cial venire of 125 jurors was draw n and
ordered by the judge to be returned by
nine o'clock this morning. The coun
sel for the defense moved for a sever
ance of the trial ; but his honor over
ruled the motion.
t 1 1 k ac:i 1 1: i jo is watiii:.
A YO'J.VC .MAN imOWNKD WHILE TRYING
TO SAVK TIIK LIFi: OK A YOl'XO WO
Last Sunday evening Mr. Ilammct
Swing and Miss Mag (lallimore were
driving over the bridge which crosses
Abbott's creek, at Kindt's lower mill,
about six miles south of Lexington,
when the horse slued and ran the bug
gy oil' the bridge. Mr. Swing sprang
out to catch the lior.se but before he
could do so the horse, buggy and young
lady plunged 15 feet into the water be
low. The young man ran to the bank
and swam to the rescue of Miss dalli
more. In the struggle and excitement
she held him too heavily by the neck
and he sank and was drowned. Just as
she was sinking tlie. last time Mr.
llohert Young came upon t lie scene
with a batteau and seeing her long hair
in the water reached down and pulled
her out and she was saved. The body
of Mr. Swing was found and taken from
the water about 10 o'clock last night.
He was about '2') years old. The horse
was drowned also.
Mr. C. D. Yonker, a well known
druggist of Bowling Green, Ohio,
in spiiikin of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, says: "I take
pleasure in recommending it to
m y oust m -vs., for I am ertain
that it will always nl-eate liicm. I
s-'il ni'.ro of it than all othi-rekinds
put togi'theiv' I' or sv.u iy -Mor-phew
Mr. J. .1 . s prmir e, of Demming, N.
('., gave us a pleasant call to-day.
McCall & Couley tell you in this is
sue how to invest your loose cash. Head
Mr. Win. McCurry, one of McDowell's
best men and most successful farmers
says thai after years of varied expe
rience, th:it if he had a hundred lives
to live he would, in every one of them,
get married at the age of eighteen,
join the church and be a farmer.
'" t' read the advertisement of
idle Normal and Collegiate
' hi ihi i-Mie of the Hecord.
'iti.ie a established three
" !l Iriends tif higher educa-et:v,-
women. The coninio
1,1 ! occupies a Mte of ."5
"i ' e.,.' Ol' 111,
u h a iv
m-i il nt ii
most beaut i
' l '--
.-pu o. lid
.iv all i.-rad
ii s mi the
Ihv I Attic 23am!.
Your l't t i e" 1: m d .
So soft, 50 lijrht its touch!
K-ut idi. its ecrtUst stroke I ur.JcrstinnI
Il s; ,ik3 to lea'-li, luncLi!
Throusrli the londay
i f worry, t oil urol heat
Thai little hand dutli guide n.e wt.ile I
To rough many n patkway sweet!
Through the deep niht,
When She shadows have shut out the
things that be,
That little hand doth touch tuy dreary sight
And wondrous sights I see.
Through the long years
Of shattcrt d days and hopes that I have
I shiill he gently led through smiles and
V.v vuur dear lit?lp hand.
Tiia! for ilir .TJttrder of
TII: Ji RV J? ELT.r.TKjy
I'ROMI.-'K.S TO BE AX
Finb-y and .limnierson, i-hnr-ed
with the murder of f.ouis Ifenry
Mc.N'Mi, were arraigned before his
honor Jud-e Bryan tins morning. Fin
ley ,s a ynng man with an honest
looking handsome fa.-,-. ne was pale
and weeuK-d to be sul!Vring Kreat an-xi-fy.
Near him sat his motber,
father and sifer, Mrs. Hicks. His
mother U a pale, di.ate-featured,
motherly loot ing little woman, whose
face bears traces of trouble and care.
To look upon b. ras she sits by the side
of her son who is on trial for his life
is to have your soul ignUed with the
fire of sympathy. Doubtless many a
sleepless ni-ht this good woman has
spent in prayer for her son. Many are
the arrows of grief that have shot
through her tender heart. Ah, if she
only could, how willingly would she
lay down her life for that of her son,
but it is impossible.
liy the side of Jimmerson sits his
affectionate w ife, and on his ki e i his
little boy sat perched while the jury
was being drawn.
When asked by the Solicitor, "how
will you be tried," the answer of the
defendenta was: "liy Cod and my
country." If the trial is by Cod tiny
will get justice, whatever that justice
may be, if by their "country"aIone, an
innocent man may hang or a guilty
man may go free.
The court house has been crowded
to its utmost capacity all day. ()uite
a number of ladies are out to hear the
The special venire of 12." men tvas
exhausted when only ten jurors had
been drawn and sworn; consequently
the judge had to issue a w rit of venire
for iorty other men from which to se
lect the remaining two. The writ was
made returnable this evening at three
The Kecord regrets that it can not
give a fuller account of the trial in this
week's '"ssue. The hour for going to
press having arrived, we can not wait
for further proceedings iu the trial.
We hope to give a complete account of
this and other trials in next week's issue.
WASTED. Wnluut logs, oak and
poplar lumber. Will pay cash for
same. W, 1. Jones.
"' Ai:. ;,
-. U i
! hniiV- Ki tht'iv liavc ooen nino
j opUIoniios of tiyson'ory in diitWvnt
! n.ii'l j i' tl. r'liii'itrv in wbieb
ri,lt x" ...
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemedy was used with
perfect success. Dysentery, when
epidemic, is almost as severe and
dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Here
tofore the best efforts of the most
skilled physicians have failed to
check its ravages, this remedy,
however, has eim-d the most ma-
! 'd that Tom was once i linant cases, both of children aiul
Marion p,;e Ball i lub, adults, and under tin- mo.-t trying
conditions, which proves it to be
the best medicine in the world for
v- -lad to record the
ti's young men abroad.
t'ol'.owing item from are-
1,1 o! J ,, i rniv flint Vnvv Uer-
' orjioral Thomas 11.
1 nfaniry, has been ap
''.il iii eomjiany D." It
A serious riot between whites
and blacks was narrowly averted
in Winston Monday nijht. It was
given out in the colored churches
during the day that an attempt
was going to be made to lynch Ar
thur Tuttle, on trial there for the
murder of policeman Vickers last
May, After church, about 150 ce
g rot sj orgrni-eu and inarched to the
jail where (hey remained for sev
eral hours. They were armed with
pistols and guns. Mayor gray went
to the jail and assured the negroes
there was no danger of lynching
and begged them to disperse. Sher
iff McArthur and two of Winston's
lawyers also addressed the negroes,
assuring them that there was no
danger of lynching. Judge Brown,
who is holding court, notified the
negroes that they were violating
the law, telling them that Tuttle
should have a fair trial and that
he would be responsible for Tut
tle's protection. The ngroes said
they would leave if the sheriff
would put a guard of twenty men
around the jail. This was done
but many of the mob refused to go
away. Sheriff McArthur then or
dored out the Forsyrh regiment
besides a number of deputies, who
were sworn in. Judge 15 rown also
instructed the sheriff to arrest
those who did not leave. 1 ho mob
began firing on the otticers, several
of whom were struck with small
bird shot, but none were seriously
wounded. The liillemen tired sev
eral volleys into the crowd, caus
ing the negroes to disperse in quick
order. Fourteen of the rioters
were arrested by officers and put in
Hucklru' Arnica Salvo.
The best Salve in the. world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, I'lcers, Salt Kheum,
Fever Sures, Tetter, Chapped Hand,
Chilblains, Corns, and ail Skin Krup
tions, and posit ively cures Tiles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
1'rice '-. cents per box. For sale by
Morphew tit White.
of raiiies with sev-
U towns He is st ill a
' '-a: ii.nal game, a nd is a
:"' l'hiu-diarg Clb. the
1 ' i'uu of Northern New
bowel complaints. For
Morphew A: White, Druggist.-
1 H ie lliuei s.
"''In,- !:. . ..
a medic' ne suited
t pi-rh.ips more gene-
i 'if spring, w hen the
ted feeling prevails
'orpid and slui-h
a torn,- atol alterative
pt ii-!- t ibis medicine
1 ' o 1.:- ;uid perii.ip
N m-iS:.-i it v. 1 1!
' :; '"ill. . ' J il - i ... j
; .,. ' ,,' '. .! :!i-:-;l
!i: ;,1''-g'-''on. Cii-
. '''""ss jield to Kieetric
fHi, u- " -y'.y cents per bottle at
w White's Drugsture.
A GDCj BUSiKESS COLLEGE.
The Southern Business Coll.-ge,
at Asheville, N. C, the mountain
cicy, is now one of the well estab
lished schools of which our state
The Cherok?e form of marriage is,
perhaps, the simplest and most expres
sive to be found among modern peo
ple. Man and maiden, their courtship
happily ended, simply join bands over
a running stream, emblematic of the
wish that their future lives shall flow
on in the same channel, and the thing
is done. Among our other Indian
tribes the marriage ceremony is equal
ly simple and etl'ective.
M ill it lo Ilio .llotht r in Carina-
Mr. Jacob K.ben.-en, who is in
the employ of the Chicago Lum
ber Co.. at L Moines. Iowa, savs:
"Wr:::t K Heaven !
"--ih j y! ' JEd in hr ;:.n jcci.re -bo ?aiUd.
I Hsko 1 the aged, with hrr iar- oj.prest
"All surrring o'tr, 0 Leatet., at iast, i.
'It faust lov- r tr.( Usuy r'-jdl-d.
I 1 th ? r, nist who !r-1 h'i art :
"Hervven is all Uu3 ! rpokc Lis Matured
I asktd tl.e j o-t wit'i Ins 8:ul tare :
"'Tis plory-!0ry!" and be struck Lis
f asked the Christian, waiting her r-loa 6
A halo 'round lr, lovr rlie murracrtd
S"o all may look with hopeful eyes above;
Ti3 beauty, glory, joy, rest, peace and
P"s;t: your name it indicates , !;ar v.Jt,r j
time 1 nut ,i . .
..u-iui to expire, and is a
request for you to renew.
Mrs. Anna Gage, wife of Ex
Deputy U. S. Marshal,
Columbus, Kan., says:
"I was delivered
of TWINS in
less than 20 min
utes and with
scarcely any pain
after using oniv
tivo bottles of
Parties wanting elejmnt bouquet at
any season, ;a.i to vr Rnv kjn(. f f
-ver.forinandoot d.r, any kinJ
hulbous plants, at the lowest prire cm
g' t them by writing tu KrnestJ. i:uh
Morgan ton. X. c.
DID NOT SUFFER AFTERWARD.
JTSontby Exnress or mnll. on reowlpt of prl"p
61. ier liotlle. Hoot "TO MOTIIEltS
Kl.OO ier hottle. Hoot "TO MOTH
b&aiiieij itKta i.AToa co.. atlam i. a.
ROM) ItV Al.l. IMCCGOISTS.
Low ISatc lo Boston and lCetnrn.
On August 2:5rl, 21th and TAh tho
Southern liailway will sell round trin
tickets to lioston, Mass., from Marion
at rate of one fare $25 s.j ; tickets good
to return until September 10th andean
be extended until Sept mber itotli.
This will be a splendid opportunity
for any one to visit Eastern cities at a
small cost. For further information
call on any agent of the Southern liail
way or Chas. L. Hopkins, T. 1. A., o)
W. Trade St., Charlotte, X. (.'.
The Southern liailway Company will
sell reduced-rate round trip tickets
from Marion, as follows :
For the Grand Encampment I. O.
O. F. of Xorth Carolina, to be held in
Charlotte, X. C, August.Tth, r; tickets
on sale August 5th, Oth and 7th, and
good to return August 12th.
On account of the annual meeting of
the Society of Friends, High 1'oint,
X. 'J., August Gth to 15th,i;-G.0j; tickets
on sale August 4th to 7th, inclusive,
and limited to August 17th.
On account of the Xorth Carolina
Fireman's Association (colored) Hen
derson, X. C, August 13-15,.S.15; tick
ets on sale August 15th and i:;th, limi
ted to Agust 17th.
The Company offers reduced rates,
also, on account of the Sunday -school
Convention of the Presbytery of Ca
towba, llarnsburg.X. C , August 8-10;
tickets on sale August 7th and 8th,
limited to August 1-th.
Frkxch Broad Faiu axd Hacixo.
For above occasion the Southern liail
way will sell round trip tickets to
Asfieville for $I); tickets on sale
August 10th to 21st, limit returning
Normal 1 Collegiate
FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
ASHEVILLE, X. C, OPKXIXG SETT. IS.
OF I-JLItS TO STUDEXTS:
1. A Classical Course, including An.
cient ana Mo-Jern Languages, Sciences,
Music, Drawing, etc.
2. A N'oroial Course for the thorough
tmining of Teachers tinker instructors
fiora tbe best Xoria.d Schools.
3. Commercial Course, including '.'teno
grapby, Tvp? writing, Look-keeping, etc.
4. Domestic Science, iucluding Scitn
tific Cooking, Draughting, Cutting, Fitting
and makiug of Garment.
Systematic study of th: Bible in all de
partments. Terms for Board and Tuition in ;iny of
the dej,.irtnn'nt, $30 per term, or $1(0
For catalogue, address
Kev. Tiios. Lawkexce, D. D.
Asheville, N. C.
North Carolina College
OF AGRICLTURE AND MECHANIC
The next session of this College will
Login .ptemler5th.KXaminations at
county seats first Saturday in August.
oung men desiring a technical educa
tion at an unusually low cost will do
well to apply for catalogue to
J.Q II OL LA DAY, Pres.
Ita.'eigh, X. C.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
Comprises the I'nirergify, the Collene.
the Law and Medical Schools, and the
:"nime,rr ,Sch0,01 for Teachers. Tuition
f.n.. -,rt 1 1. hers, 471 Students. Address
:r.KMDE.VTW!.STO.V, n.l Hill, .
O., tor t-atalogue and baud book on Uni
1TJ-1 L L I X K I J Y -Wl I L Ll X E KY
llis .Hollic D. Kins
Keeps the very
in Millinery goods. Store on Main
street, next door to Louon Brothers.
LODismtory oi luio.
THE BROCKMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
CliEEXSIiORO, X. C.
Pianoforte, Voico Culture, Violin
and Art. A specialist in ouch de
partment, Training ScZiool for Tcac-Iiers.
Address CIIAS. J. CROC KM AX,
AXD ALL KIXDS OF
Everything in the Grocery
X OTIC E TO XOX-KESHE X T.
Xorth Carolina ) In the Superior Court
McOowell Co. S Before the Chrk.
Andrew Yount, Adminltratnr vith
will annexed of Xoah Yount, dee'd,
W. II. William-? and wife Harriett, An
drew Elmore, Wiley Elmore. John
Motlitt and wife Margaret, William
Yount, Susannah Thomas, John Bled
soe and wife Mary.
To Susannah Thoina non-resident
d-f ndant in the above entitled action.
(ireetinir: You are hereby notified
and required to ap:-ear before the un
dersigned at his oflice in Mario:;. X.C.,
on Saturday the 10th day of August
NEW AND FRESH STOCK
at prices lower than anywhere
else in town.
CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
X E W ST A X I ). X E Y STOC K. V. A LL
AXD SEE UEFOKE YOU HCY ELSK
WHEKE, A. B, Gilkey & Son.
And Feed Stables.
Handsomest v-lncl' s, Lest hor
ses, most moderate charges. If
von want to take a pleasure trip or
a busines3 trip across the moun
tains, down the valley, around
town or anywhere else, with mor
I comfort and ease than you ever
j took the same trip before, try one
XEU .SCARF PIXS,
NEW SIDE COMRS,
NEW BELT PIXS,
r m mM
TJettir ' niuil I W
mud, S ailas fr''!? bUt nW,wre ra
and Stock. SU('fu' Speculation in (.'rain, lTovi,ion"
I slDOfA'KSTEI) cat, L ,ade by our
lve,l..l,u for the ma
by those who invest a few thousand "P 'mfi0 " ,UWr0
nin 'Ukc th W I'-nts frou, comparatively
i"vt through ro s 'Z" ,rr,mS W" m' C .nU
r Plan Joes S .t " J UndrwUnd tema.ic trading,
both sides. ,o tha whe L r 0 a",0',nt ''" " a ade, but covers
urulatioiadu!rNl)liVv Ur Vmn on s"fI
Iee. Our Manna lelnl ? r' f m'"" Mnlew. All
rnl to our standh, J """.J. "he,t referent i re-
i- X r fUr,,'er lMf""tion address
-LiOnyE.S cScOO,, Bankern and Broker,
iUl-LMi'Rmlto Building, Chicago, 111.
Free? Free! Free!
Everyiwdy i3 iiivitc.l to take a FREK look at
Largo and new stock of General Merchandise.
A Coat for 50 cents? Yes!
Nichols Bro's have coats at all price, from 50 cent up, and new
B'V0110"0-" kifd. Flour, Salt
hue , and for Hardware, farming implement, wooden will,ware, Ac.
duce rnalkfct PriCCS fr aU kilKls of Country pro-
Through. Xo trouble to show goods. Big
gest Stock in town. Yours to please,
can well be proud
no more need for
to jo to other .tpf
There is now j UI havf just
ur youiiii men ! l-ek to v- '
fr si iV:- - 1 trv. th.t 1
I ftriv : -.v r : 1." ' , ' '
th. r i:i tin
!o.v from i:
?t r- -ii.
m1'.1 .sit Ii. 'Hi'vilv
h-nts tiom lo tates aim
uatfs are filling responsible
li ji: call-
:i s i
1:t nml :mer r.r dt-mur to the roni-
plaint fi -din said cau-e for sale of 'A 1 Q illcOV t Soil's.
i . ;il tt.';te for ::
ill 1- tikt-t. !
de:;i i::!:-d in
1". i ri.-.
tr . r: r v i i.rr
Lkwis M iDDirx, rmiiK.-T.
L. r. McLkou.Cahmiei.
o'J cent liottits tor sale by Mor
phew & White, Druggists.
10 1 : 13 WALKER,
i V ai:io". . C .
J Kepairing tiin in the neatest po.-v-i
jh'estjle. Prices very low. Stifac
j tion guaranteed.
WESTEB1T CiOHiUST. BJISOC
asiitvilm:, .. c
5JIC;XATr.D KTATi; miPOSITOKY.
j CAPITAL 150 000 SURPLUS $25 000
i W. h.-iv! oifii facilities for handling the business of Merchants
and others in UVstern North Carolina. If you have no Bank accoun
or think of a chang., wo vill te glad to have you correspond with ui.