MA J-ION RKCOI'I).
J. C- I,XiT"JN "Hi y
E2itcr" aul Irii-ieior.
Fntercd at t lie postolTk-e in .Marion a-j ,
second- las Mfcil matter. !
" - ',VbiV '
The Rkcowij ?:ts
tion, liowcVL-r j'fliitljlt it inf;y
that tlii.-ic i.s :i very lci'U-l move
ment on foot ai!ingtli-iii!verm:n
in tii'i Stale t'wiud llio ..tganiza
tion of Hi!;v .Iiti':aI p:trty,wh'i?''
i.hl.fonn nhall contain otily '
plank, the fr; -oin;7" of hii.-r at
th; ratio of 10 to 1. Th'; only tt
of party fealty will be -an lionet
ailvocay of free silvrr ni- all
thim, no matter what a man's
former aHiliations may have Wn.
Tho Monnx? Journal Kays: "The
Caiicumii, jmblished at lfaleih,
lias over its till t!ie statement
that that paper Minn a liir?T cir
culation than uny two weekly pa
pers published in tlio Ht.lte.' The
Prorehtfive Farmer, also puhlislicd
in Raleigh, has over its title iaJ
these word?, "tiie hrt ci pulia
tion of any paper in the South At
lanta State." It follows that one
or the other of there great conser
tors of truth '-amen a lie on its
masthead about a simple mattei
of circulation, yet there are peo
ple who believe implicitly what
cither f them says."
Thv. r:iMa Why.
Corn Cracker, of the Rutherford
Democrat, tavs that hi and (xeort
Vaiulerbilt arecapitalists, together
renresentinj'Ht'V.rral millions, and
assigns as the caus'i of their great
prosjerity the fact that they pa'
ntnct attention to business, deal
fairly with their fel'owmen, and
trytolte useFul "citizens of so
ciety," instead of devoting all their
timo to "saving the .State," after
the manner of Til man It. (Jaineg,
cx-(lov. .larvis anl others of that
ilk. lie says that it makes him
"tired to hear calamity howlers
swear the country is going to the
dogs, when the same golden oppor
tunities are olVered young men"
that he enjoyed.
lie then makes the following cb
One year ago industries were
paralyzed, cotton was lov, and we
capitalists and old ( irover Cleve
land were censured. We wen
charged with contracting the c.ur
T iic y, and Cleveland as being cur
subservient slave.' IJut we have
kept pegging away, (J rover Cleve
land still holds the throttle valve
on the engine of the state, and
.times are better. The get. ins of
Improvement has waved his wand
over the mountains of A'abamn
uu oiiim' ivania and iron lias iui-
vanced one hundred percent. The
wand has been w aved over the Mi s-
tdppi Valley, and Hour has taken
the same upward stride. The Sun
ny Southland has telt the benign
inllueuce ami King Cott-.ei is again
an enthroned monarch, mailing
the treaties of the world, bindin;
over the nations to keep the peace
Yet the calamity shriekers depo
sed, without being sworn, that cot
ton would be four cents this fall,
and the country would l.e between
the devil and the deep blue sea. In
spite of these dismal predictions,
lactones are running on full time;
more are being built than ever be-
iore; people are as well dressed as
t'ver; as many elegant and commo
dious residences as ever, and moth
er Earth has faithfully responded
to the diligent hand ot the skilled
Her ;rcat S-heme.
n . ii . i
ramer iow, see nere : n you
marry that S'oung paupoy, how on
earth are you going to live?
Bwoet Curl We have figured
that, all out. You remember that
old hen mv aunt gave me?
"Well, I've been reading a poul
try circular, and 1 find that a good
. hen w ill raise twenty chicks in a
season. Hell, next season there
will be twenty-one hens, and as
each will raise twenty more, that
will be 420. Tlie next year the
number will be 8,-100, the follow
ing year lOS.OOO, and the next
3,oG5,000. Just think! At only
i25 cYnts apiece we will have over
$590,000. Then, dear old papa, we
will lend you some money to pay
off the mortgage on this house.'
In the South Carolina Constitu
tional Convention, on M.lnesday
Mr.Sheppard related the following":
On a tombstone near a highway
in the lower part of the State is the
"Ye living men as ye pa? by,
As you are now, so once was I ;
As I am now, so you will be,
Trepare for death and follow me."
A wag wrote under it:
''To follow you I am not content,
l.'nless 1 knew tlie road you went,
For they do fork, and 110 one can tell,
Whether you have gone to heaven or
There was a sprinkle of e now at
oro Wednesday eveoinr ,jf
What Arc Vuu Writiu?!
i:a !i ; v you are wilting a rv
Tii.r a-i.Js to your voiure o; iile;
ll r joi are tr.:-rii new h.nta
",.,'. i- : jour in-tssi: us Mrifi-.
i j . :' ire pt:;v 't-ii 'i'u1 er
':!;. V)l'i:jc ji h j
iiuttie voh c ::! A-'ib irs rtcr-S
And U.;tfi i-h iLe way it spritr
'l'a - n rc j 0:1 sir.f tV .our r;:i;-
And tint every nn- jo i lu-vt written
' r''!l'' J-!:vhIi. in hi;:'.'.'
A:t - it 't.r. miLiit jou'i rase:
rt;:i tloff-v .: ii mi - :.ri-i 11. want';:.
An 3 ite it'i rt oi i. v tie? F hc.
i i a 1 of yot.r jne? ls vr something
T;'ft tlir'.l rt ov, with hones" 1 : i "j--. t?
I ir, wrf on nsleiinp'1 of Ji.ur W'itifljZ,
Aii'l iun;' to Tisf ft trom it;ht?
II.nv ii)i;ct f 3 on r !;ict i3 iljvo'.f'i
T - t-lliiii iii- cu ii-ive ione;
Ad li'w ni'i :i ti .iiuvin jour errors,
Anil tlix-kin tlie evils bi-gun?
Ar: nii v rm-'.- ?iinyrs recor
Vt,T Kiniu-? that jou liave t.otov e J?
l ur lit-tii rspr -;t;rv his load?
Is :i n oni'-' p.ifhwiij tL S noot'i r.
For s 1 t yi ii have reniL'- ii?
Have von a kir.il worJ for the niog.
W 'no l-nle.ii bj Leiug rejroiel?
Are t4u!ti that tour first lines recorded
Uene.ttedh written again;
( r. Ii ;i v- jo'i new topics eng 'piug
'I'i.ne'i faithful infalliable jei.'.'
Cointi.ire tie- 1 ist jiage you have wi itteu,
V i h those that you wrote long year.'
And see If its just as displeasing.
And just as much error will dhow.
Your vo'uuie ii rend hy comjianions
Whos- lives you are heltiu t n.ould,
And thusc whom you think are not heeding
By yotirli't arc largily controllei;
Your uting will soon be completed;
Tiiiu'j pi-n you will shor ly lay down;
.So write iill your pnpes henceforward,
That you tuny inherit a crown.
A'.i! what arc yon writing, mylrothir;
My sister what lines do you trace.'
(o;l p;ve yon apag. that was spotless,
15.it iloyou its beauty deface?
."o oider your 'ords and your actions,
A n-1 culture the spirit of love
That you may write pages untaj-nished,
Thus laying up treasures above.
There is no better measure of the
progress of an individual than the
degree of his ability to stand alone,
in thought and act ion, undisturbed
by the adverse opinions and judg
ments of his fellow-men. He who
leads his own life is a real, not an
artificial man. Let us believe m
the worth of character, ami, while
we strive to upbuild our own. let
us also seek to spread this laith,
which is fundamental for all who
would uphold popular government.
u hen the people area herd, they
are easily swayed and ruled by one
man ; when they are individualized,
the dominion of one is not possible.
Let us hold and teacli that better
than millions of money or cattle
a brave heart, a hopeful temper,
an enlightened mind, a cheerful
and appreciative soul, content in
quiet virtue, and able t" i.-e de
light in familiar things anu m the
common luessinj-s wiucu ucu
sends to all. Dishop Spalding.
How to l'reveiit Croup.
SOMK READING THAT WILL TROVE IX-
TKKKsTlNt; TO YOl""U VOTIlEItS.
Ii OW TO :i'AUD AGAINST Till-' W-
Croup is a terror to young moth
ers aiul to post them concerning!
the cause.first symptoms and treat
ment is tlie object of this item.
File i.riin of croup is a common
cold. Children who are subject to
it take cold very easily and croup
is almost suns to follow. The first !
symptom is hoarseness; this is
soon followed by a peculiar rough
cough, which is easily recognized
and will never be forgotten by one
who has heard it. The time to act
is when the child first becomes
hoarse. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given all ten
dency to croup will soon disappear.
Even after the croupy cough has
developed it will prevent the at
tack. There is no danger in giv
ing this remedy for it contains
nothing injurious. For sale by
Morphew fc White, Druggists.
Six weeks ago I suffered with a
very severe c:ld; was almost una
ble to speak. My friends all ad
vised me to consult a physician.
Noticing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised in the St. Paul
Volki Zeitung I procured a bottle,
and after taking it a short while
was entirely welw" 'I now most
heartily recommend this remedy
to anyone sufferiinr with a cold.
WmKeil, COS Selby Ave.. St.
Paul, Minn. For sale by Morphew
vv. White, Druggists.
A severe earthquake shock was
felt throughout the country from
Washington to New Orleans on last
llmrsdav morning. The shock
was felt at Marion by quite a num
ber ot persons In Alabama chim
neys were thrown down and dishes
broken. In Atlanta persons were
awakened in their Kv.s. In Char
lesion. Mo., hundreds of chimnevs
were sha. ven down, and the plas
tenng knocked from the interior
ofhundreesof buildings. Iu the
country four miles south of there
the earth w as rent into great fiss
ures from which water and sand
are gushing out in considerable
volume. In Xiles, Mich., the
shrck lasted five minutes. Build
ings trembled, windows craektd,
beds swayed, and people rushed out
of doors, alarmed in the highest
Ha Ta Hair Renewt r is pronounced the
kfs' P'Pration inn.Ie lor thickening the
i-rowtli of the Lair an J resnring tLat which
smy io its original color,
. rihf to trea'l m softly
Ilc-side the rouc'i if pain;
TmnotIi with fp-ntle Augers
Th tuiigled IrrI:?traiT;
Tu watch Vs?le" tho j "'ST
In wet. m ill iroar ' tf Light,
Atid Vj-f-a.he a cnre . .itr. prayer
AVl.en tt:e spirit taLe its rl'ijlit.
A riht to ch?-r t!:e weary
On il.e lattle flel Js of life;
To f;ie l he wrd of sympathy
Amiu the toil and strife;
To lift the burden gently'
Kr:n t lie f ore and tired hearts,
And nvye-r we&ry of thetak
Till gloomy car derarts.
A rijrli to he a woman
If life sliou'd be a hard one
No duties ever shrink;
A rii:t to shew toothers
How strong a woman grows,
Wlu-ii iskies are darkening and lowering
Aiwl life tears not a rose.
A rltrht to love one truly
And he loved back again;
A right to share his fortunes
Through sunlight and through sin;
A right to be protected
From life's most cruel lights
Uy manly love and courage
Sure these are women's rights!
From a letter written by Riv. J. Gander
man, of Dimondale. Mich., we are permit
ted to roane th'S extrac'.: 'i have no hesi
tation in recommending Dr. King's New
Diseovery, as the results were almost mar
velous in thft case of my wile. While I
was pastor of th: Baptist Church at Rives
Judctioc she was brough down with i'nen
nionia succeeding La Grippe. Terrib'e
paroxysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and it seemed as if
she could noc survive them. A 'riend e
commended Dr. King's New Discovery, it
was quick in its work nd highly satisfac
tory in its results." Trial bottles liee at
Morphaw & White's Drug Store. Regular
size jOc and $1.00.
Card of Thanks.
To the Editor of The Hecokd:
Mrs.J.C SandIin,of Old Fort, asks
me to request you to express through i
i, r i.u pannni tio- ,.!
kind regards. and those of the relatives,
for the many friends that ministered
so kindly to the comfort of Mrs. 51c
Can less during her protracted illness,
and at her burial, and also their high
appreciation of the valuable services
rendered by those friends,
M. ii. Landrum.
Marion, Nov. 4th, 1S95.
The wife of Mr. Leonard Wells,
of East IJrimfield, Mass., had been
suffering from neuralgia for two
days, not being able to sleep or
hardly keep still, when Mr. Holder),
the merchant there sent her a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Pain Ealm,
and asked that she give it a t"or
ough trial. On meeting Mr. Wells
the next day he was told that she
was all right, the pain had left her
within two hours, and that the
bottle of Pain Balm was worth
$5.00 if it could not be had for .
! For sale at 50 cvnts ver bot-
ile bv Mo! !,ir.'v Sz Wiib), Diu'-
Itemv From Old Fort.
Correspondence of The Record.
Please allow me space in the
Record for a few items from "the
Everyone is thankful for the re
reshing showers of rain with
which we have recently been bles
Aunt Rebecca Burgin is dan
On last Saturday night Mr. W.
II. Early and Miss Julia Hawkins
were united in the holy bonds of
wedlock. e wish the happy cou
ple a long and useful life. From
all appearances, there will be two
or three more marriages to report
Our new school house is nearly
completed. What we want now
is a good teacher and a live school
for the winter. Respectfully,
J. S. G.
Old Fort, Oct' 31, 1895.
At Reasonable Prices.
cc coocc cccccc
When we say excellent, we mean excellent, where
clothes are made and trimmed properly. G.0O to
$9.00 buys a fair suit, $10 to $17 a nice one.
OVERCOATS for men, boys and children. Ev"
ery grade except the trashy ones.
Ladies', Misses and
A very large assortment embracing all the desi
DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
SAP.NS, VELVETS, &C.
A department in which we do a big business the
reaton being that we deserve to. Our stock would
be a credit to a city much larger than Asheville.
General Dry Goods, Fancy
Hosiery, Small wares and
AS11EVILLE, N. C-
Our Agricultural Column.
J. ll is tfce privilege cf sul-jcnlii rs to
qu'rsiiona atout AgncaJt'ire in acy
deiartr.ient. All wi!l K nin l.v or.
lUiutu " j den t'xlr.y a follows:
!. Correspocdentsare urg-d vo antiei- "The constant goodness and for
e fjt; feriion. Queftion received by : Lcsrancfc of AIniightV God whicll
me hr t of -.i e w;ek will proibly be an-
i t i in ice rtxi iue.
3 Replies t iuquirifs are requested from
our rfader?. In answering give tbe num
ber of question and yonr address not for
publication, uuless desired.
4. Write only on one side of the paprr.
Address, Edwin A. Taylor. Agricultural
Editor, Slarion. X. C.
Electric Bitter is a medicine faitcd f
aay season, but peihaps more generally
needed in the Sp-ingr, when the languid
exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver
is torpid and sluggish and the need of a
tonic aid alterative is telt. A prompt use
of this medicine has often averted long
and perhaps fatal bilious teveis. No med
icine will act more sureiy In c uuteracting
and treeing the system from the mal.trial
poison. (I adache. Indigestion, Consti
pation, Dizziness yiild to Electric Ditters.
Only fifty cents ter bottle at Uorpbew &
White's Drug Store.
Thanksgiving ia not far away.
Only a short month to the next
Great Britain may now appre
ciate the significance of the word
Marion ought to get along if its
people get in line with its chief-of-police.
The Turks keep right on killing
the Armenian Christians.
Miss Vanderbilt will Le the
eleventh Duchess of Marlborough.
All of one train East and West
a day. Southern, what is next?
Give this city water and a cotton
mill and the population will sur
Xo Cuban day at Atlanta.
Tried For Years.
Mr. JohnR.Tarver, Dalton, Gu, says:
June 'J ) Tli i j is to icrtifv that I
have us?d I'-yal Uermet'icr iii uy family
for the last five sears for various com
plaints, viz : Iiuligistion, bowel troubles
tnd general debility, and find it all Uint it
claims to be. In tact. I would not be vUD
out it in my house."
If vuu would know the Talue of this
preat reininy in the familv, send to the At
lanta Chen.ical Co., Atlant. Ja., t r 48
page book, tree. New package, large bot
tle, 105 doses, $1 For sale by Morphew
& White, Druggists.
New" Troiii Yancey.
Correspondence of t'ie Record.
Court is in progress at Burn
ville. His honor, Judga Bryan,
has passed a great many sentences.
Zeb Howell was sentenced to. two
years' imprisonment in the county
i ail for shooting at a neighbor.
The trial of Bis Ray, the slayer ol
young Hoss, has been removed to
Bill Price rode up in trontol the
morning I e came back a - pari j
five dollars for nis spori.
Mr. W. E. Hensley, a merchant
of Pensacola, has erected a large
new store houso.
As new s is scarce we will close
b' wishing success to tlt3 Record
Robt. V. Riddle.
Pensacola, Oct. 31, 1S95.
Good advice: Never leave the
house on a journey without a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by Morphew & White, Drug
gists. New York had a $3,000,000 fire
Tuesday. Several firemen were
injured and four probably killed.
Mr. Ja3. Ii. Swindell has taken the
agency for ihe American News Company.
See him ami plnce your onlrr fr any pe
riodical published and pay for a copy at a
tiire. It conies easj.
Washington, D. C.,Xov. 4. The
mation was is?;-.f d bv the I'resi-
hf.ve been vcr.chsafed tothe Anier-
ican people curing the year whici
is just r.ast call for their sin'cere
acknowledgement and devout grat- j
itude. J o the end. therefore, that
we mav with thank al hearts unite
in extolling tlie Iovins caro of our !
IT 1.. L.'i T '
iitat:iii r inner, 1. vrroer vit;ve-
land, President of tne Lmted
States, do hereby app:I: t and set
. part 1 hursuav, the twentv-e ghtn
day of the month of November, as
a day of thanksgiving and prayer
to be kept and observed by all our
people. On that day let us forego
our usual occupations, and, in our
accustomed places of worship, join
111 rendering thanks tothe giver of
every g'od and perfect gift for the
bounteous returns that have rewar
ded our labors in the field and in
the busy marts of trade; for the
peace and order that have prevail
ed throughout the land, and lor
our protection from pestilence and
dire calamity, and for otherivbless
ings that have been showered upon
us from open hands. And with
our Thanksgiving, let us humbly
beseech the Lord to so incline the
hearts of our people unt,o Him
that He will not leave us nor for
sake us as a nation, buf will con-r
ticue to us His mercy and protect
ing care, guiding us in the path of
national prosperity and happiness,
enduing us with recti tude'Sind vir
tue and keeping alive withih us a
patriotic love for the fre6' -"institutions
whhh have been giyeh tous
as our national heritage. 'And let
us also on the day of our thanks
giving especially remember the
poor and the neeJy, and by deeds
of charity let 119 show the sinceri
ty of our gratitude.
'In w itness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
seal of the United States to be
By the Persistent Use of
'I was troubled for years with a
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring me that nothing
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilia, and, after tak
ing a number of bottles, the soro
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en
tirely healed. Since then, I use
Ayer's Sarsaparilia occasionally as
a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in
deed, it seems as though I could not
keep house without it." Mrs. S. A.
Fields, Bloomfield, Ia.
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilia.
Avar's Pills Resulate the Liver.
Lively Feed Stable
IS AT THE
CONVENIENT TO EVERYBODY.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Br Tirtoe of tie power of sale con ttini
in a mortgage executed to me by J. Ii.
Hunter and air-, S. A. Hunter, and rejris
tereJ in tbe oEice .f the Refiner of Deed
for l!cr)owtll conntr, in Uook Xo. 4, o?
pa?e 32b, I will, on Monday, Pecemver 2nd,
1 393, at 12 o'clock, Sfll at the Coor: hone
door In Marion. at pab'ic anUoa to tbe
highest bidder for css'i, all cftLe- said J.
B. Hjnter'd interest in the following tracts
or parcels of land, !jin in jfcDoell
county, adjoining tbe land of W. A"4LnIfj,
Tate, Craig and others and known ar.'J de
signatrd as foiiowa: Tbe first tract lie
on tbe fontb aide of lie Catswba RiTer,
and Is fally described in a deed from U. W.
Drown, commissioner to cell tbe lands of
.. P. Burnett, to tbe said J. B. lUiuter.
which deed ia registered in tbi off.CD, of
the Register of Deeds for McDowell coun
ty, in Book 12, on pae 141.
Tbe second tract lies on th north, side
cf tbe Catawba Hirer, conuins twelre
acres a ore or less, and Includes ' the John
Welch improements aad'tbe Bi Bend of
th-river, lor a niore cinc drscription
or hicb reTcieuce is made to tLe above
deed from K. W Brown to J. 3. Hunter.
This tbe 2nd Zj of Xot. 1SS5.
J S. Ellio t, J-'ortfc-ee.
J. C.Lioney, Attoroer.
fll 1 1
Everything New except our terms which
i: are Spot Cash.
Pins Ir.rpaper,Veedles Ic. a paper, 7aI Tennis anJ 2c. each, bent In-ftlo-pes
4c. a pack, Writfnjr Paper 3,4 and lie. a quire. Hox Paper 5, 7, 9, u and
- n.-.on, Lamps 12, i, and 5c each, safety Tin? 2 and 3c a dozen
"read 2c a spool, Ball Thread 1c a ball.
li.:. oriiEii coons equally as low in rRict. j i;tT in kw
LINE OF JAPANESE GOODS. ALSO DOLLS, TOYS,
Glass-ware, Crockery and Tin-ware.
pkices;alw ays right at
MEDD'S VARIETY STORE.
STATES VILLE, X. C, ..
Will be completed and ready for breaks of Tobacco on Wedneida
October 23d, 1S05.
Aa our grounds and ImiMings are not rented but Moiir to cur
selves, we shall spare no expense in adopting all the latest modtru
improvements, including telephone, electric lights and superior ac
commodations for planters and their teani9.
It shall be our aim to study the interest of our patrons and
strive tomakethe MACDOXALD WAREHOUSE as popular and re
liable for TOBACCO SALES as any in the State. We only aik a
trial. Come and see U9.
Macdonald & Uatten.
Oct. 1, 1895. References: First National Rank of Statearille X n
Beaf, r. ... Bnmb; BHnd,
TO ALL OTHERS
Until you see our line of HATS AXD SHOES.
The bottom has dropped out on Hat
The STOVER TIES are the leading Mens course shoes on the market
Try one pair and you will use no other.
One Pound package of soda 5 cents.
Visit us at the old Hymns' 9tand. Respectfully,
Tt Material a' a Eye anfl CTsin Ointmtt
Is a certain cure for Chronic Eore Eye
Granulated Eye Lids, Soe Hippie, Whs,
iizcnVfsttcr, z!t Kbfura and fcScald Heat,
Jj ccta per box. For 6aie by drugg&ta.
TO ZlCSSiS OWKEBS.
For putting a norcc in c fine fccalihy "i
litiou try Dr. Cady'a Condition Ponders.
Iliey tone up the oystsc, aid dipestion, cure
f-&3 of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
Jdney di:rdere and destroy wonna.
iew lif j to an old or over worked horse. 25
ccUs per package. For sale by druggists.
Ir.rplifw & White, Irurct5l8.
Co tsuSi&tes am iemaiicl Expcsllxq
ATLANTA, GA .
September 18 December 31, '.895.
For the above occasion the Southern KhiI wr.r
Co. will wll low-rate rou- d-trir t cl'.ots to
ATLANTA, CA., and return on the fallow
ing basis :
n C D j E
Afhcville, N. C
Burlington, N. C...
Chatel Hill, N. C...
Durban). N. C
Front Hoyal. Va
Orensboro. N. C...
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Kl.2517.ft-. ll.O'i .. .
H3.2.' 17.U. V2.40
CO .40 15 CO .10.3.T
14.20 10.40 C.ij'
13 1V. .. 5.sr
MOT. 14.70 W.Ui
bj.25 19.25 14.(0
kA dfi is vi i ir
17. 5 12.95 1 9.20
21.71 15-1C HJO....
Henderson vlllo, N. C. 11 .TO
H M ... .r.2-"
Hfckorv. N. :
Hlarh Point. N.C...
Hor Sprin(fS, N. C ...
Henderson, N C
I-ilii(rton. N. ' ....
Marion. N. C
Oxford, N. C
KeidnvilU. N. C
Haleiali. N. C
South IVieton, Va ...
PtitcevilK N. C
Taylotirillc. N. C ...
Tr on, N.C
15.30 11.25 7.25
10. 'O 12 45 1 8.40
11. tO 10.50 ! 6.75
20 4015.W 10.15
Miio-rxj ii. so
10-05 11. KJ ' H.05
15.a0 11.25 7.25
14.K5 10.M) 7.10
15.30 11.25 1 7.25
24.55 1M.00 13.10
20 4015 (0 10.45
23.25 17 a'. 12. V)
13.S.1 13.s0 9.70
20.40 1.VVJ 10.45
2S.25 la.20 14.U0
15. 30 11.25 , 7.2.1
15 :W 11.25 1 7.2S
lrt.15 12. ' .15
10.75 7 K i 4.90
!.25 19.25 14. tO
w asmnprton. li. C...
WHt l'onit, Va 23.ii;.r..
Warrcnton, Va ,
WilkeslKim, N. C 2S.tt."i 1.M .
Winston-alcin, N. C. 1'J OO W.tti ,
(Itatea from IntcrmedLjtc points in proportion.)
O lumn A : Ti -kets will ba sold September I
and 12, and dully from etrtemlwr 15 V Decem
ber 15, IfX, inclusive, wiih final limit January
O,!oull: Tkkctswlll be sold d-ily from
Feptcmbtr 11 to Licocmber 15, 1K5. inciUiive,
with final limit twenty (20; days f rooi da'e of
Column C: Tickela w 11 tx .M dally from
S.-1 tfinU r 15 to IV-cembr 39, le, inclusive,
vrit'u finnl I init ntu-eu (15) dars from date of
sale. N ticket to bear longer limit than Janu
ary 7, W.H.
Column D : T ckcts will be sold on Tueadsyt
arid Thursdays of each week from September
17 unt I December 24. 15. inclusive, witk ftnai
limit tei 10 daya from date of sale.
Col'imn E: lickeU will be sold daily from
Scptemter 15 to Lteortnber 30, IMA. lnclusire,
with final limitscven (7days from date of sale.
Is tbe only line entering the Expoaltloa
Grounds, having a double track, standard
guage railway f rum the oenterof the city of
Atlanta to tbe Expitiou Grounds.
For tickets and full information apply' to
your Dearest agent, or address
J. M. CULT. W. A. TTJBK.
TraiBe Manager. Geo! Pass. Agt
iwo renoa. Avt waauogtoa, Jx 0,
Root and Nhoe Maker
Mario?, jc c.
Repairing done in the neatest coast
ble style. Trice verjr low. .Satiafac
SuWribo for The Rfcobd. Only
$1 tx-r year.
-jVV V'f- "wi
' When yea ar afoot to bay Saw If at!n
do not t deceived by alluriaa adTertiaemetaa
and be led to think a caa gat Um b9t aaaOa,
; finest finished and. 7 . v
for a mere aong. See to it that
you buy from reliable manu
facturers that nave gained a
reputation by honest and sq nara
dealing, yo'i will then get a
Sewing Machine that ia noted
the world over for its dura
bility. You want the one that
ia easiest to manage sad la
There Is none !n tba T-orld that
can eqnal in trechanical con
struction, durabil.ty of mort'ot
parts, f neness ot finish, beaaty
in appearance, or has M aaaay
Improveaiaau C-s tbo
It has Aatomatle Teaslen. TNwib1 Psd, a.r
on both sides cf need'. no other has
it ; New Stand (jVAinvinfc whet hlnrr-i
on adjustable cenurs,thas reducuis frictlM to
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS
THE KEW HOME SEWIiG mmn CO.
Oxixnm, Vim. Boarow, . Sirinoaaaa,.T
Csrioo,iu. St. Lot i. Mo. Dixj. luu.
tAM TUJLMCVUjO, ClL. ATUtnA, Ua.
ron BALE BY
i J G. MGH0LS L DR0
AVll INlSTItATOK'H XCTICi:.
i Having q irr. ! C d a. BcniinitrBtt r
' of J. I. JW'iicluratit, dfceae. hir o'
IticLiriotiU county, Stete of Ceoriia,
tli is in to txtify all rer'tis Irvtt'k
! claim apaiii' t t V.f Mate of ta d df
' rcan d to t xlnl it t iu m to Ifr nr.dtr
1 signed in t r 1 f if w Sl!h !y (I
October U 1 0, r litis prtice n til b
plead in br cf tl.cir rrymcnt. Tbi
October 24th. IH5.
L. S. William,
Bring your Job Work to the
j am eh jrert.
HGIfiItIM A IJ
Attorneys at La w
MAIUOX, - --- K.G.
Will jractre in VrDowell atd ad
joininjf cf ui.tics. All business intrur
ted to their care will intit pit J
and pains-taking attention.
W. C. .VKM I.1ND
I Lenoir, X. C.
llarion. ' C
tol and I kkii
ATTOREYS AXI roUSELLOBS
MAIUOX, - - - - X. C
Practice in the courts of th 10,
11. and 12th district-, and the Fu-
j preme court of N. C, and thV.
jb. Ucurts ol Weatcrn jJiainci i
rilYblCIAK and il'BCEOX
Offer his professional mm ice t-J
the public. OUtce : Old Fort K. C.