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j M. Oi'Ki.L, . ? President
n p.' Cc i r kane, Cashier.
I ' i)' ('glthanl, Assistant Cashier
DIREC TORS ;
I . Opki-t-, J). P. Cannon
yrAii Kisg, J. W. Cannon,
$11 Oiklu W. H, Ltlly,
1). B, COLTRANE,
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
hr on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Pree) dwly
KLUTTZ'S HUT HUKET.
(UTAKEIt'S CORNER )
I have opened my MEAT MAR
KET m the Litaker basement, for
merly occupied by Swink & Day
vault. When you want nice; fresh
meats, beef, pork, mutton, etc., call
on or send in vour orders to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
P. S. 1 am in tho market when
beef cattle aud hogs are for sale.
AND SALT BAGS.
of al Kind
Ptiur-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same. We Invite an in.
sK'''tioa of all the goods
A YOUNG TRAIN WRECKER.
Alloy manned ulc Nwltoh mid Came
Very Xcar Wrecking the Tinln
This morning between eight and
nine o'clock, Davis Beck, who stays
at Mrs. Wm. Brown's informed Mr.
Higgms at the ice factory that he
had just seen a small boy whose
tame he did not know change the
switch in front of the ice factory.
The train from the South was due
in about five minutes and Mr. Hig
gins hastened to the track where l.e
luuuu me swucn turned ana an iron j
spike lying on the track. He
T J x i i i . i -.
changed the switch and notified the
railroad authorities at once.
Officer C W Pool was put on the
case and in an hour had arrested the
would, be train wrecker, little Johnj
Hunt, a white boy about fourteen
years old, who delivers goods for
John Howard, He was arrested and
locked up, but was liberated shortly
afterwards. He will be tried this
evening at five. Had it not been
discovered the train from the South
would have been thrown from the
track and great damage done. The
boy, however, is so youthful that it
is hardly likely that he will be
prosecuted. Salisbury World,
The Ma-SIue First; Pasteur Sec
ond. A little son ot Dr. G A Bamseur,
of China Grove, was badly bitten by
a mad dog Tuesday afternoon, and
waa brought here yesterday by his
father to have the mad-Btone ap
plied. The stone stuck, but Dr.
Rameeur is so uneasy about the boy
that he will take him North for the
Pasteur treatment. Charlotte Ob
A Valise Wns Full.
A certain farmer came down Main
street this morning perched upon a
wagon on which were seyeral bales
of cotton and a valise, and jnst as he
fronted Mr. Monroe Brown's resi
dence, the wagon wheels struck the
dummy track, which jolted the va
lise off. It fell with a crash and
there was a great loss. The valise
was filled with quart and pint lot
tles and the bottles were filled with
newly, made fire-water, which wasted
upon the ground. The man has
plenty of sympathizers, but the re
porter was only amused as the man's
countenance, like the valise, fell. If
the man had been as full as the va
lise he wouljl likely have had a
A Ghastly Wound.
While eh route from his home to
his father's gin this morning,
Master Louis Brown met with a ter
rible accident. He was riding his
bicyle and was going out West Cor
bin street. When reaching the high
fill at the Starrette springs he met
J W Walker's sewing machine wagon
in the narrow road and DocShankle,
an old wood chopper, on the outer
edge. He attempted to pass between
them and in doing so, he ran into
Shankle, 'knocking him down the
embankment and falling himself,
when his head struck the edge of
the axe, cutting: a ghastly triangular
wound on the ffrehead, just above
the eyes, tt$ fii carried to Dr. L
M Archey, aM receiyed prompt sur
Oon'l Wear Heady Made Clothes.
We represent B- Stem & Sod, one
of the beat toiloiing
In Kow Yo. ; on nice
. f o or Jor- ft' it
- s.- u
Lowe & Son.
CONCORD, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1895.
The RIr- JEiil Wallsl p -Masonry Work
SuNpeiitleri Moving into New House
The ma33ive walls to the new ad
dition of Cannon cotton plant are
nearly complete and the structure is
quite an enormous one. Masonry
work was susperded Monday for a
few days and the crew transferred to
the Buffalo mills, where a large
reservior is bein? built. Only a few
more days' work will finish the brick
work, and be ready lor the roofers.
Nearly the entire iower floor is down,
and the workmen will begin up
J M Miller is about done with his
ten houses. Some of them are com
plete and families are moving into
them. W D Anthony has twenty
four houses to paint and is hard at
it plying the brush.
Everything in that part of the
city is busy and present a hustling
Will be Here Friday Mht.
"Only a Farmer's Daughter" is a
play dealing with modern society
life, wherein a happy family, cons
sistmg of a talented husband and
father, his wife, the wealthy farm
er's daughter, and their little girl,
are agitated and almost divided
through the machinations of an ad
venturess to supplant the wife in
her husband's affectionB, and thus
gain access to his large fortune. Her
deiply laid plans approach success,
when Lenox, the husband, has a
vision ot his future career, seeing
himself at the end a raving maniac,
destitute of both friends and fortune.
From, this hcrrid nightmare he
wakes to find himself still surround
ed by wife and child, and his for
tune still intact. The conclusion is
patent; he immediately breaki with
the adventuiees, and resolyes neither
to see her nor her associate again,
and the curtain drops on a reunited
family circle, happy in their mutual
love. New York Dispatch. Re
served seats at Gibson's.
Jf r. and Mrs. Maynard.
That's the way it goes now, after
the quiet marriage Wednesday night
of Mr. Will Maynard, for several
years a resident of this city, but now
of Charlotte, to Miss Verna Trout
map, also of this city. At 6 o'clock
last evening a number oi invited
guests gathered at the home of the
bride and partook of an elegant sup
per tnat had been prepared for the
occasion and at 8:30 o'clock in their
presence Rev. M G G Scherer, of St.
James Lutheran church', per
formed the ceremony that made the
couple man and wife, and then came
a round of congratulations. Mr. and
Mrs. Mayuard.left on the 10 o'clock
train Wednesday night; for Char
lotte, where the groom ig employed.
Does Not Need Counsel.
The Kileigh Press-Visitor
"Mr. S P Satterfield ia still here.
He has been given permission, to
make up big bond in Person. The
amount is $300, Mr. Satterfield
says he is glad tie trtfd bills nave
been returned as if will enable him
to completely vindicate nimielf. He
think the trial will locate the blame
on tbe guilty partiei,' Mr, Satter
field h?i3 a Jare array of fusion
counsel. Among the number are
Harris, Whi taker, Pnrnell, Walser
and others. He 8uy he could clear
himself without counsel. Mr. Sat
tc) field thinks othen will have to do
more explaining than himself.
CHAIN, FOB. GOLD TOOTHS
Ai;d Sdnse Hair Found 111 a Shaft at
the Reed Bline The Neighborhood
Thinks it a Mystery Many Believe
Them the Propeity or a Missing
Some bits of news have come to
town from the section of the Reed
Mine in Southeastern Cabarrus.
Years ago a 28-pound piece of
gold was found. It ia here, too,
that la3t week in working round in
an old shaft that a lady's watch
chain, fob and a piece of god that
resembled a gold tooth, together
with small bits of hair, were fou -c1.
This discovery and find have giyen
the neighborhood something to
talk about. A matter like this will
not down without an effort to ex
plain, solve, clear up or unravel.
Several parties from that section
have been asked about the discovery
and all state that a fob, a lady's
chain, a gold tooth and some bits of
hair were found in an old shaft
which Dr. Lisle, the manager of the
Reed Mine was having cleaned out
preparatory to sinking deeper.
It is said that the dirt in that
shaft has been stirred within the
last ten years, and this only sggra
vates those, who desire a clearing
UP, to search all the more.
Some people think all these things
are evidences of a murder or suicide
that must have occurred some time
or other. How did the foo get
theie ? How did the lady's chain get'
there ? How did the tooth get
there ? and to whom did they belong,
are questions the neighborhood is
interested in knowing.
There are some things that are
never known will this be one of
ft is believed that this property
belongs to a missing party.
The Standard learns that Dr.
Lisle has these fiadinga in sate keep
The Bulletin Says:
"Only a Farmer's Daughter" was
given its first representation at the
Arch Street theater last night; It
was an old-fashioned melodrama,
but this yersion presents it more in
accordance with the probabilities of
life. The dream, which was
prominent feature before, has been
cut out. Tbe play posesses a good
deal of what is called human in
terest to excite laughter and tears
is the aim and partly by reason of
its interestine situations and more
particularly by the acting of an un
u-ually efficient company, it is suc
cessful.' Miss Helen North; ah ex
ceptioually pretty, young w:manf
w.s the beat Justine that ever es
sayed the part." Here Friday night.
Resected seats at Gibson's;.'
A Household Treasure. .
D W Fuller of Canajoharie, N.
Y., says that ,he always keeps Dr.
Kihg'd New Discovery in the house
and' fijg family hat always found the
very bstTot ;rf sulf iojlp. . its use;
that he would not be. without it, if
procurable, C AA l)ykemanf druggist
Catskill, N. Y, says that Dr. King's
Iew. Discovery id undpqbtre,djy the
the best couhremdy; that he has
used it in his family for ei'nt years,
and it has never failed to'do'ali that
( is claimed for it." Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested.
Trial bottles Fie at Fetzer'a Drug
store Regular size 50d. and $1.00.
Whole NO. 1 3u7
Havin? transferred my F:: In
suranca business to Messrs. II I
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I com-.
mena them to any who rcav be m
need of fire insurance, md bespeak
for them a liberal atronage.
J. W Bubkiiea2
We have assumed the Fire Insur
ance business of Mr. J.W. Burkhead,
comprising the agencies for several
first-class and well established ccur
paniep, and respectfully solicit a
liberal share of business in that lino.
Woodhouse it Harris.
kusust 26, tf
FRIDAYr, OCTOBER 4TH.
Having secured by special
arrangements the exclusive
rigiit to produce thn greatest
of all American plays,
nly A Fuir'j hyjk
Which will be interpreted by
a company of starplayers,
Miss Helen North,
and Blanch de Bar Booth
In. the leading roles.
LITTLE ETHEL MAY,
5 years old, th0 most briK
liant child actn--;s no v.- Nes
fore the public,
. This- great production v ill
be. under the exclusive ?uim.
agement of Josh E. Ogden.
Prices 25, 35 cents. Retervecl
seats 50 cent3,
Reserved seats on sale at
Gibson's Drug store.
I have now in stock at my rcoirss
opposite the court honso a splen
did line of well-made Furniture
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy; competition in regard io
quality and price. You will be
surprised when you hear my prices
Come and see. If not in stok
can . supply you in a few days. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise yen. Ir
keep a full 21nie on hand for im
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing machane, ami
all persons who wish any tbir
in this line, wiil do well to call
and see me.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord. N. C. July 13', 1895.
SEMI N A R Y
A Flourishing School for Younsr
Oi amental Branches Rcceit v
KEV. C. L. T. FISHER, A V
MOrXTPL ASAKT.. C.