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r M oiei-Im President,
n p Cain vne, Cashier.
j " )' Cotx-AN-, Assistant Cashier
j M. OitLL, I). F. Cannon
yLi Ki:v-, J. W. Cannon,
iV II. Om.i.u W. H. Lilly,
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V YORK CITY, N. Y.
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dilation, also weekly mar
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.'.YD SALT BAGS.
of all Kind
wa-Foot wood alwavs
Wonted best prices for
same. Vvre invite an in
action of all the goods
MURDER WILL OUT.
A Miaiio Romance A UnsUand. a
Wile nuil a Cttilrt The Neeoad If us
baiMl Alwo.'MlsMiiK-Hay Know
There is linking around loone
among the atmosphere around Hick
ory one of the most bloodrcuidling
and romantic, as well as highly sen
sational recountals of murder, rU
tempted murder and suicide, which
in all our long experience,
has ever come to our knowledge. It
is now proposed to suppress names
for the present in order that the law, !
like Nature, may take its course.
It is said that murder will out and
this case is no exception, but teems
H justify the steWment.
Fifteen or sixteen years ago a man
, residing near Hickory,
suddenly and yery mysUriously die j
appeared from mortal ken. It was j
whispered about that he had been j
murdered and bis body, cist inro the
Catawba river. Not long before
that he hud trouble ftith his wife.
In fact he shot her in the breast and
attempted to shoot himself. He was
before the Superior Court Jude .tjr.
Newton on the charge when he told
the iudge in open court that he had
intended to also kill himself, but that
the pistol would not go off and there
were only three loads in it anyway,
He created quite a scene in court.
It was something about his child,
which he wanted to take from the
mother. He told the judge he would
have the child it it was the last act
o? his !i?e, or that he would die in
th attempt. He got the child and
T.vent w"v:-y, but was induced to re
turn ; his wife again. It was not
long before he disappeared. In
course of tiiae the widow married.
She dii not live very happily in her
second hatband left and told some
ugly talcs. There was something
said about a grave and its locality.
Tuesday of last week parties in
vestigated the graye. It was there,
but there were ro human remains in
it. Husband number two has made
himself scarce in this section. The
officers want to Had him, He may
clear up the mystery of the missing
husband lu ubor on. Meantime the
good people round about are saying
such s range things do happen.
Hickory has a sensation, but out
aiders can't have one over this ar
ticle. Lord, what a difference there
ia when names are left ou- !J
Besides their traina biiag rocked,
the Southern suffers in quite a
different way at the depot. Capt.
Ed Patterson, of the local freight
between Charlotte and Salisbury
tells a reporter that some mean per
son or persons are in the habit of
pulling :uc ooupn.g p a, irom m
cars that stand cn the 3ide tracn
r , , i
and carrying them ott or hiding
them; and that the air hose con
nectin the brakes are often cut to
pieces. Such devilment as this
should be looked into and the ones
who perpetrate 3uch deeds should be
accordingly dealt with.
I r turn
Tw o IJroUti rs Tliero.
Prof. C A Smith, a young brother
of Prof. Louis Smith, now connected
with the institution, has b:en elected
to succeed Dr. Cui U, of the chair
of English at Davidson College.
Prof. Smith is an aluinaus of Davids
GONCORP, N. U., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30,1895.
WHO WOULD TUIMS IT?
'J '.verity V:i r .VTiwIiliwa y .,jv-
ti.ick at llns 1'late.
Owing to the scarcity of lurcher a
delay of several days was necessary
in the construction of the tressle on
the sidetrack at the Buffalo mills,
which has caused only twenty cars
of machinery to accumulate at the
depot, taking up nearly all the space
on the siding. Ten of these cars are
loaded with looms for No. 4 mill of
the Odell manufacturing company,
the other ten being filled with ma-
chinery for the Buffalo mills.
On Monday the work of trans
ferriug the machinery from the rail
road to the Buffalo mills will begin,
and of course the placing of same
will then be in ord.r.
Lumber for the ihorinsr at the
Odell mill No, 4 is so slow about
arriving that the company is in a
quandary as to where they will store
their looms until the flooring is al
put down. It will take up consid.
Mniotliersoek Aiisneicu ly fie.vleou j
editor Stanoaud VK iiiiam
against a problem that give3 him as
much trouble to elucidate as the
financial question give;; the ordinary
Democrat. If he had submitted the
question to the Popiwta every OLe
of them could have ;;iytn him a
clear, concise ana c :i..c. otory a
swer, just as easy they can solve
the financial question. True, there
would have been this difficulty
about it : each one would have given
him a diffeient answer and probably
some of t
been diameiicaily opposed to the
other, but then you ;eu hu v-ould
have had the advantage of variety
as well a3 the privilege ol celt ciing
thbai.,3vier that beat cuilcd hio taste.
Now as he sivs he is a o.I.i.'clO'
gist, let nic siip.gejt tht he stick to
his calling, and, O iou't go into
that alley f'.ftcr r.iLe. B-?trr keep
on the Main -r.?t, Willie, if you do
haye to go a little further around.
Now, were he pt.'rambu luting around
Concord the mud hole vould haye
lemained stationary even if it were
in an alley. No, William, stick to
the toda fountain and coca cola and
that mud hole will remain as fixed
as Mount Mitcbel; Odon't you set!
As to the question of why you
should always get your left foot into
the mud hole is a much harder
problem to solve, but with the aid
of our futurity glasses we shall not
despair of solying even this. Now
William being a man io consequently
a biped; a h:ti d, unless he ehould
have been in J e late unpleasantness,
has U,o feet. N;) v William being
a biped; a biped having two feet,
William necessarily has - two
feet. One of these for convenience
i! P.npr his ricrhL thr nfhpr hi. -a loft.
, (ooL Wbfia boh flf the3e
j. . . , . . . , iL
tremmes come in contact with the
-" -fc ' " ' w
aqueous mixture, vulgarly termed a
mud hole, th:n necessarily his left
i foot must have been in the mud
That's ttby this is thuaiy, William.
NowO ! don't you see, when a man
is chock full of science, futurity
glasses and the dead languages, how
easy it is to make perfeclty trans
parent a subject that to those who
grope in dark alleys at night, is as a
IV. MJlcs'JPaiw Fills are guaranteed to fftoj
Xl4clieln30miaute8. "One cent a doae?
High Brad Tohac&o
SomeOneThrc'v Rocks In a l'assen
sor Car Wiin' cv I 4urday Night.
No. 35, the southbound passetger
j tram due here at 10:03 o'clock p. m.,
..-o ioI'cu liurday night while
running through the deep cut sev
eral miles above town, near the Furr
plantation. It is not Known how
many rocks were thrown, but several
v.indows and a transom were shat
ti ied. IS o one w is hurt, the rocks
h; ving struck hig'i enough to pre
Ytnt hitting any of the passenger?,
but small pareeli of glass were
scattered over the face of a man who
was sleeping dire.-.tly under one win
Opinions of different one3 are that
it was the work of revengeful
tramps, who are so numerous and
eore on the towu rmd communitv,
but as an occurrehc similar to the
mentioned happened neat- the same
ph:ee about a vear ag:, we are in
clined to believe otherwise.
Two Lives Knvcil.
Mrs Phoebo Thomas, of Junction
City, 111. was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottba
j Dr. KiDgs New Discovery complot j
ely cured her and she says it saved
her life, Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
FJordia St. San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result
every thing els then bought ono
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
and in two week was cured. He is
naturaly thankful. It is such results,
of which these are samples, that
prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles atFetzer's Drugstore.
Regular size 50s. and $1.00.
"JLaml Posted" Notice.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing such as hunting", cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description on my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
lands, in No. 4 township.
Anyone violating this notice will
be prosecuted to the fullest extent
of the law. Jxo. A Kimmons
For Over Fifty Tenrs.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the hild, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drnggiats m every part of the
world. Twenty-five centa a bottle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslows
Soothinz Syrnp," and take no other
TTW W. b kwi Sor s & Cn.T5TTew7
Whohe KO. 1.34
MT. PLEASANT, N. C.
REV. J. D. SKIREY, D
Total necessary exneji?
session of 88 weeks, f 8.00 it;
Next session begins L:ei.t'
3. 1895. For cotalogue 'r.i.d
sjjecial infoimntion, "uddr, :
the President as above, or
lm. Secretary of Faculi y.
SEMI Is A R Y
A Flourishing School for Y . ;!?!,:
Onamental Braichet- E. i , ,
KEY. C. L. T. FISH E lb A, il
MOUNT PL ASA NT, N. O
College of Agriculture
and Mechanic ats.
The next sessicn of : . al
lege will begin September 5th.
Examiii: lions at , ; ui..
iirst Saturday 1l. .' :.;1L
Youngiiten dtiii a ; h
nical education at an ally-
low COSt Will (lo Wll i :rr-
idy for catalr.e ! o
A. Q. HOLLaDaY,
2 W d & w.
n-:b v-vs : c.
H li la ii ii KjRD & k a "1
i lie f.ft!- '. . ..ivs, Se; ih
iS ;;. Rr-jjter lor Inst ve:.: !-.-.vn r.-. . ' -.r.,.
! persons ii"jer.instnu-tioii lnrinz the ' "-. S;"5e-
i , . .:, .. . . (a j, , . i i 1 ! ' . ( '.-y.r-'
zcivv :uul lnlt-IIcct. ;i.;'! .- 'i .;'.;:
vU- Fully Cjui; --.i 1'ivp.-;?. t-,,y, (,:..;-:
! Tost Graduate 1 M-.tt in: nt l-si(!e rr-r in-
Url, ,,.,!, :i; M-i.- .-t, i . .
and hidu: tri l! Stu
j. II. CIJAVICl.L. Kri;n i-.ai, Sai"m":S
r I! r. 3 s s y it
fc K if
U ;! ia s !
I have now in stock rt my ioow
opposite tlie court b.f-nse V. rplir
d:d line of well-made Funatur-a
Bed Steads, Tabjs.
Wash Stands Safes
I defy com petition in regard to
quality and price. You will be
surprised when yon hear m v prices
Come and see. It not i'a stock
cau supply you iu a few dayy. I.
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise you. I
keep a full jin on hand for im
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing r maehsne.
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to rail
and ego m.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord, K. C. July 13, 1S03.
Opens September 2. Offers full, thor
ough preparation for college; practical,
thorough training for business or lifei
For information or announcement, ad
dress. HOLLAND THOMPSON,
tt&s a22tw CoKCord, N. C.