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X. No. 90
NO LONGER A MYSTERY.
: ".rs-ior Illacliwcltlor Alarmed,
, ;: (;,t llcio Wit Iiout ilein lilown
v.iiland Black welder, who pulls
throttle over the U. S. mail turn
that plys between Mt. Peasant
..' Concord, was fearfully alarmed,
: '' .!eid;y, and expected to be
;;,; ,v:: up every minute. But, like
.:.,c:ala.iica, "Who stood on the
: ruing deck," without anything to
or any dry clothe?, he fat still
I to Concord alive,
k'u one will tver know what faith
t,:l FdacK welder erdured. He, him-
- !r, could not tell. If he could and
v.- -.ii it would make your hair
-kmd straight, your face erow pale,
r ur heart beat fast, an 1 put you in
.jjon after John Cook, an attache
the U. S. postoffice at Mt. Pleas
thr-w tho mail bag into the
- ck and it moved 0if towards Con---rvs,
the alarm began. He was just
n front of Mr. Jacob B irrier's many
colored house when the strange
: i : . commenced. Black welder,
i.jc being an astronomer or anything
ike it, thought that the sunlight
'iiuigling with the snow cn ground,
.c pegs on the eyes of this house
n k ai turn reflecting the red, white,
.rreen, blue, yellow and brown about
there, produced the strange thing.
The further he went, the worse
d more terrifying became the
tlvng ihat was fast giving him the
By and by, he discovered that the
tiouoie was in the mail bag. He
! not orien it ; he dare not throw
: ::ut; he dare not lose it ($ has
k-: n dent') he stood the stcrm,
k -ving "it would not be long."
uCm it be a black cat. in the
.:. v.l T thought IT. S, OMLcial Black
-Jker. He knew that a Mac cat
kk.-.1 :n the dark will radiate and
if a d
j that tuect. The flash was accom
anie.i by a levy sizzicg, wheezing
ch:e. lie thought ho::se3 trembled
! ktr was abo: 1 1 to split
p-:i, v. if an earth quake was on.
".. c rutten. -ur of red, .flashy lights
.-m ike mouth cf the mail bag
iade him think of what th geo;rr-t-:
'rs f !.id about volcanic eruptions.
Bh'v kvtldcr was becoming faintly
as do Viild warmers
" ..fore leapi eg, -angry forest fire?.
Wht-a he unloaded the mail bag
t tne os toll ice, it was a relief.
The thing that made all the Irou
ko wai a brilliant communication,
-niced with short bits of poetry, and
ka.it tck down the stars from space,
"oiled them over and over and felt
or tliHi and that told .?ast where
-'0 moon was all that time, that told
costumes rare and choice, th.t
- :ld hew the vest buttons snappe'1
hke coda crackers under a Chicago
f ot, that told how the author tast
ed of everything, that told of love
harmony that fetched all to a
---ad pUin of friendship and equal-
'j, tiui told how the pre.xln re
I endorse it (and not be present) '
uid how tlie hills did jingle,
told how the manv urates
"w:ol so loud the author could
C L- V. i-4 J ,
to d, last but not
i, how arms got uriconscions and
i met thct cold niorfcfc. (U was'
;cnc,ghtoget numb and VZlut 75 years oM and peart a:
' :i Diouth shut to rrevent -ru- c 3' aji0inoi , J L , f i aunle M
.u...u qljitoa KDirber were between $1 supe. n.
' 'av i nni c; i n tvm'c nbniit the only ner -sb-
o v w !
is article found 'its wav into tne
welder ha3 to carry it back to whence
May it behave better in ita pres
ent form than it did when raw and
frcsn from the hands of the Dummy
Reference: Tuesday's edition of
Daily or the Weekly Standard for
The Dewey-Heywood Concert
Campany which will bo heard here
Thursday night is composed of live
highly finished artists of national
reputation. The urogram consists
of instrumental and vocal lolop,
duetts, trios and quarttes embracing
the classics as well the popular
and pleasir g sekctiona of the day
together with delighf t-lly bright and
entertaining readings and imperso
nations. The artists comprisirg
the company are Miss Flora Dres
cher, violinist; W Scott Hey wood,
cornotist; Mario Maelvenzie, so
prano; Frank M Fuller, pianist 'and
Clara MacBryant, reader and im
personate r. The entertainment
which comes here under the ausw
pices of the New South Club will be
a musical and literary treat, and all
! should avail themselves of the op
portunity of hearing these fiye ar
Items From ItiIIvii:.
On account of th snow there will
be no preaching tomorrow. Survey
ors are now working night and day
trying to locate the church.
"We have already given notice that
we will be in tho ice business next
summer. Send in your orders for
carloads now, wdle ice is cheap.
The strawberry festival for the
benefit of the new organ has been
postponed until next summer. Tho
slight change in the weainer made
YsTe recently captured a eti.iy
alligator. Tho lightwood knots ho
had swaBowod made a good tire
and wo are now feasting on alligator
The shivering citizens of BilWille
have decided that New England is a
lirst class winter resort, and will
move there as soon as it tha-s.-xUianta
Old people who require medicine
"o regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy m Electric
Bitter3. This medicine docs not
contain no whiikey no other intoxi
cant, but acts as a tonic and altera
tive. It acts mildly on the stomach
and bowels, adding strength and
giving tone to the organ?, thereby
aiding nature in the performance of
functions. Electric Bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digest
ion. Old people find it just exactly
what they'need. Trice 59c per hot
tie at Fetzer's Drug store.
The car-diolley strikers of the res
cent B.ooklyn strike, crowd the off
ices of the Brooklyn Heights llaiK
read Company yesterday, applying
for work, and will be taken back.
At each session, ths members cf
Cciurrrss are entitled to 125 worto
of stationery or. if they do not ush
!"' Cti:jU lu fcUO ,"77 k
, . , i . r
c,t li r oof, momr nr iimm l t igiuio uccu
entitled to $375. IVrost of them take
the cadi, and use - the stationery
nmv;dod for the committees on !
which they servo. One member only
and 10. This is about the only per j
qui site a Congressman las t t can
bo co'iveitc-d j: to c:.sh. "
N. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1895.
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r-"'i OUR HAM, N.C. U.S.A. ?H
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Msh Grads Tsbaeco
THE SCHEDULE REJECTED.
The Sontliorii'H Employes Io Xol Ac
cept the Kond's Terms Tlic IJrother
hood Cf i let's SiimnioiieI.
Washington, Feb. 19. The com-
mittee of employes cf the Southern
liailway Company, which has been
in session in Washington nearly a
week, ha3 been unable to come to an
agreement with the representatives
of the railway company. The com
piny, through its third vice nreaK
dent. Mr. Baldwin, made a very full
and frank statement of theaffurs of
the company, and showed why it
wai not advisable that there should
be a general increase in wage a de
manded by the employes.
Since receiving the statement, ths
employes' committee has been in see
cret session, and has finally concluded
not to J;rscept the scheduie proposed
by xdr. Jaldwin, and the grand chiefs
of the various trainmen's brother
hoods haye been summoned to this
city to assist, if possible, in arriymg
at a satisfactory arrangement of the
difficulty, These gentlemen are exs
pected to arriye here tonight. Those
into whose hands the matter now
passes, are V M Arthur, of Cleve
land, Ohio, grand chief of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive-Engineers
; E E Clark, of Cedar Eanids,
Iowa, grand chief of the Brother
hood of Kailnay Trainmen, and P F
Sargent, grand chief of the Brother
hood of Railway Firemen.
Ilev. Thoa. W Brown is suffering
with seyere boils yet. He h3 plenty
A cold 'time for Stanly court;
don't think there will be su.n cro .vds
there as usual.-
Mr. J G Frick cf this place was
married last Sunday to Mis3 Frail;
Mr. Frick had just built him a new
house and had moved in it and has
been baching for a tew weeks. He
brought in his wife the same day,
and has not heen seen in the yillage
Mr Love Cranford wa hunting
with a crowd cne of them cold days
and attempted to cross a creek on the
weat ullder aiid ulI tila, coaId
be seen of him was his coat tail
lying on the ice. Samuel Culp, Jr.,
had the same good luck, only he fell
m deeper water and had to wade up
the lake to And his way out. Calp
is a young man. Mr. CranfcrtJ is
Today (Wednead.i) is the f.-reitiest
and brightest dav since Jk-'iarv 1.
r 'MA Mfr ni.uk.jvg;. wl- J r. i w
CHEW THE FINEST
31 AN U F A C
T. C, WILLIAMS
W $oi sale by all first-class
A rich man to draw a check,
A pretty g?rl to draw attention,
A horso to draw a cart,
A plaster to draw a blister,
A dog fight to draw a crowd,
And our goods to draw bargain
RucKIen'H Arnica Malvc,
The Best Salve in tke worl for
Cut3, Bruisss, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, kkver Soros, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cnts per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
WnonE NO. -1,453
T U KD "r Y. Y
CO., : Richrrond, Va
Cabarrus county ( zwezioh Loukt.
Elam King, administrator of Ru
anrT' dceasui. plaintilt,
ys. M J Lm, Maiy I;citcn ul.u
husband, D A Dorlon; Ro;;.
lice ana Lusband, Xim Jiier
Joseph Le. W H Lw, Jauo
Corzmc, John M Lee, 1 A
IVfycrs, .M 0 Vtough. jfervin
Fui person, Martha Ketly and
husbanth - - Kelly; -Albert,
I ran, Elizabeth. Adim, Lte
phen and Mcrvin Fuigorson,
Mary Meacham and Iiusbnnn
John Meacham; Eiizlth Fu:
gerson Robert ;,IcGr,; ', r.L-a
Farnell and hushaTid. i-d P;U-x
noil; Isabella Smith end hus
band, Bob Smith; John C
gerson, Cora Austin m,l hns-
band, V (J Austin; Elizabeth
boasamonand hutbnd, John D
Annie Furgerson, def' udants.
It appeariner to tho sai isfaction of
the Court from thp return cl John
A Sims, Sheriff of Ctiarrus County,
N. O, and lrom ih allidyvit of
Elam King filed in ih? abon -entitled
action, that John M, Leo Mer
vin Furgeison, Martha Kciir and
husband, Kelly, Albert, Frank
Elizabeth, Adam, Stephen ami an
other Mervm I'nrgerson ar non
residents of this ht.atr. ar.d r.fr-
due diligence cannot foun.i
wnbin the State of North Csroliua.
and are neccs.-i ; t;u in c-p
parties to theabove-tntitJod r.ncciel
pioceedinff, which has ' en heun
in . said Court to sulk;:i, to
ale the real esta '. f RpJd" Tim nn
Stowe uesciibad in Hie conipidiit of
the plaintifi for the purpo.:r c ( mak
in ? assets to ray the deb.s
charges of adminii-iration on ho ess
tate of faid Huai.n -r,a
whereas the said" diJ-'kr T0jv
W Loe, iilervin Fur,'ersoii, Vaitha
Kelly and husbano, K&
bert, Frank, Ehrbd.h. it
Stephen and ilervinFuigoisoij hi
an interest actual or co- iihtui .-.
heirs at law of said Ruar .S c W -i v.
Now, therefore, the rsi.i J d.Tj M..
Lee, Meivin Furg-.rso, luHrdia
Kelly and husbat:., Krl,v,
Albert, jrank, Ebz-ibct , Adam'
Stephen and Mervm Furorson r,?ti
hereby not tied that vulcha VLty b,
and appc-ar at the fii.-e ot the Chv;i
of the Supciior Oonrt ui : -; ; ,---v' v
and Srate aforesaid on a. LuioM ii..--28th
day of March, Vr, u. 1
answer or demur to the rivoHjr
of the plaintiff n ' ( i-y.-: i pros
ceeding, that the ;i:-4i:j: ' ki" k iqw.'y
to the Court for u-- n f ;o i tiid
ed in the o.mplain; ,M.d f i pnu,p
This, 9th day of Fi.'bua; -v. h',:;,k.
'AS. vk Glii, .-ION.
Clerk h u re-ric r Covi .
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