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Vol. XlH.-No. 115.
CONCORD, N. C, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1896.
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FIREMAN COLLETT KILLED. ' m neatn ot Divided.
I A Pbrpnixville special eays : Fan-
Roxrnrs ( mslieU Inlo a Train-Mr. ' tt f dl -i"! j
roiifirNNwk nrokei,-xeyondio'nie Hume, of Pbceaixville, aged
or KniisiMiry i aiaiiy in jiiroa--55r. sixteen v ears, and Sallie Longhead,
AHimry oc oi n.o rasse,er, of PottBvillef aged eighteen," were
Mr. 0 F Asbury, of the I) A buried together and in the same
Tompkina Company, thought the prave, in Morris cemetery, Friday
world had come to an end at Abbe- j afternoon. The girls were cousins,
ville, 8. C, yesterday morning at 1 ! and some time ago Miss Hume went
o clock. He wag on hia way home to Pottsville to visit Miss Longhead,
and was on the north-bound paen Mies Hume was taken sick and
ger Georgia, Carolina & Northern her cousin, through worry and
train. The train stopped a little 1 anxiety for her, was also sick. The
way from the depot at Abbeville to 'girls grew worse, and on Tuesday
change crews, j he engineer on the Fannie died. Sallie, hearing of her
switch engine, not knowing or re- ! cousin's death, lost all desire to live,
. in Concord, N. C, Sat
Spt ember 12th just
i,-v.' hours all the hal-
vour time can proiiN
c. taken up by simply
mm store on
membering that the train was at
the bottom ot the grade, ran against
and she, too, died a few hours later.
The girls had made the compact
four box c-its standing on the track just hefore they died to be buried
at the station, intending to couple: in the samo grave. After Fannie
on to them. The cars starred elf, j diecl S:ilIie calipd her paints toher
increasing in speed a3 they went j bedside and told them she would
down the grade. Thev rn into the die and CGrde tbem promise that
passenger, killing one man, Fireman j the W0llld take her body t0 Ph,
rhn r.nu.rt Hn,i f,taiw i i Hn ' mx ville and bury it in Fanme's
ajtt l o., ,.e f n 7..,u.. . 2! rave.
Indians Hiding: Wheels. I m. t
1 he sugar men or Louisiana are
"The noble red man may yet be ' nr.nnri . .
... J. . , i greedy in the extreme, Not stis
civilized by means of bicvcles,' said L j ,
A L Bartlett, of Beatrice, Neb. "The W tbe five milll0n bonllt?
Otoe tribe have steadily resisted all j ju8t Paid them wil1 demand
efforts to induce them to become i 00000 more which they say is due
citizens, and their numbers have j tnem under solemn contract which"
Lowe & Dick,
where everything will be
shown to you in profusion
iivin the following articles
rhal we will sell to you for one
I" Shite Pencils,
1 Box, 40 Hair Pius,
2 Pmrs Needles,
J Kails Thread,
Li dies Handkerchief,
2 Papers Fins and hundreds
lit other articles for the small
sum of one etent,
; Envelopes for 5 cts.
:.4o Matches, lOcts.
2 Cakes Good Laundry
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pnpinppr nn t.hp Vt-- -irth ( m.p-!
,. , . I white Cwllins
ouna, wnose nome is m cansuury.
Mr. Collett was out on the engine of
the passenger fixing a llig signal.
When the cars came together, the
concussion was eo great that he was
knocked some feet m the air, and
fell, breaking his neck. His brother,
A W Collett, an engineer on the
same line, wa3 in his cab on a track
to the right of the passenger. He
had a brother killed near the same
place some months ago
Fireman Collett was from Thom-
asville. Ney Kouche is a boy in
short pints. He ran away from
heme, and waa riding blind baggage
wherever he could. He and another
tramp were in the first box car that
struck the passenger. Kouche was,
it is thought, fatally hurt. The
passengers in the sleeper and day
coach were all asleep when the col
lision occurred. Mr. Asbury says
that when he woke the passengers
were in great excitement. He
could not realize for an instant what
was the matter. Charlotte Observer.
Hence they were buried in
Both were interred in
ih- bnst SO cent (5 hook corset
Ladies Kid Gloves at 75 cts
:;T:'i 1 .0').
M!i Laundriecl shirts 30c.
''-TV handsome line of
n 'JO cts per yard.
1 Sannde Hats .00 cis
ieces Outinc 0 cents
"v-t 1 HO, 2.00 and 3
IT "vT7V $
Says Poverty Makes Populists.
Williaai Waddington, an old Con
federate veteran of Ca3well county,
who was a soldier in the Second
North Carolina Cavalry, under Gen
eral liufus Barrmger, is in the city.
In conversation witn a Standard
reporter the gentleman said: "Peo
ple don in our county don't know
What hard times are everybody has
plenty of , money. An effort was
made to organize a Populist party,
but our people were so well satisfied
with the D mocrat3 and such good
times prevail that the thing fell
through. We raise tcbaco, have
p enty of money, no poverty and
consequently no Populists
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, A Merman,
Chicago says : I regard Dr. Kius's
iSew Dibcovery as an Ideal Panacea
for Coughs, Colds and Luntr Coim
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the exclu
eion of physicianR's prescriptions
or other preperations.
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, I :wa,
wrires: I have been a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery. Try this
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Bottles free at Feszer's Drug Store.
Dallas Pitts Able to e Out.
Mrs. Pitts arrived home last night
from Richmond, accompanied by
her son, Dallas, whom she went to
see. Mr. Pitts is able to be our
although he is very weak, having
been down several days with mala
rial. It was by some misunder
standing that word was sent his
parents that he was so very low.
Mr. Pitts will spend some time in
the citv with home folks.
dwindled until but few of them re
main. Ia fact, there are few more
Indians in Nebraska now than in!
New York and Indiana. A few
days ago one of the chiefs of the
Ocoe tribe visited Beatrice and be
came much interested in bicycles.
The owner thought it would be fun
to let the old Indian learn to ride,
and it was not long before the chief
had mastered the art. Then he
.must have a w heel of his own, and
not having any money he traded
four ponies for one. He rode it to
the reservation and next day half a
d z m Indians came to town, bring
ing ponies to trade for bicycles.
'Ride faster. No feed,' they siy,
and when the bicycle manufactur
ers learn of this new field it is prob
able that they will reap a harvest,
and tho Indians will lay aside their
primitive customs and join the L.
A. W. in a body." Washington
cannot be broken. Strange condi
tion of affairs; one set of citizers
demanding bounty while nnoth- r
set beg to be relieyed of burden.
No wonder there i3 friction in the
J. F. HURLEY.
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Calory to the lruiimiers.
For more than a year past the ,
commercial trayelers have been try
ing to get a reduction in the mileage
books, and at last they are to get
what they want, the Seaboard Air
Line coming to their ralief. That
company will begin selling the 2,000
mile books September 4, at 40. The
price heretofore has oeen $50. Of
course anybody can buy the books,
but to the "drummers beiong the
glory of bringing about the reduc
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Having qualified as adminir.rator
of tne estate of Adeline Linker, de
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all persons indebted to taid estate
must pay the same promptly ; and
all persons having claims against
said estate must present the same
to me for payment on or before the
7ch day of August. 1807, or this
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tnis city, went out to Rocky River
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Weare determined not to spend our time and riH-Tgy L'Mimbling
about dull times. AVe will pitch in and make limes lively. Now, in ois
der to make this incoming month the biest July wc hu" ca r had, 've
are putting out a lot of "Hummers'' and we are going to iumLx- them hum.
We are coing to do away with Stickers- WTe will make Movers out of
them. Here goes:
About CO pru of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's and I? li It s, all
small sizes, 2, 3, 3 and 4 that we will fell at $1 a pair. Not a pair riudl"
them but cost 82 and over. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Tire, some
patent leathers, soxne tans, some tine dongola pat tips, ali to go at 75c.
Ihey cost from $1 to $1.50. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies fine Oxfords, all Zciglers, tan, gray
and black ooze and fine Kid, eizes 1 to 4. All to go at 1. jMado to sell at
82 and $2.50- They must go.
NO. 4 About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and l-.strap Snndals Zdglf rs.
Boy State and Padon Bros., all to go in at SI. 25. Call for them they
won't be here long. They must go.
NO. 5 A few prs oi Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c.
NO. C FOB MEN: A lot of Tan, Goat ami Black Vici Kid Uxfords
at SI. They i;re 1.50 shoes, and are free: stock just bought them.
Wonu-ns Solid Leather Shoes at G5c. Womens solid Leather Pebble
Grain and Glove Grain Loce and Button Shoes at 75c. These are $1
shoes, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, made at
Alexandria, Ya. Solid as any shoe in'the rxarket, regular 81 50 thoes, to
go at. SI. ' Mens Fine Satin Oil Sboes, lace and gaiters at SI. They are
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday -hoes, 1.00 h'oiid
as leather can make them. Big job in straw hats at 10c, some of them
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retdi tLcm at wholesale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half price. We have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing goods. - Everything up
to date and at pricesthat can't be beat any wheie in the State, Call ana
see samples.of the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our customers-
JOB Twentv-five suits of fine All"WoolJCassimere inCutaway"Frock
Suits, sizes 34 to 30 lor 4 00 a suit. They are 10.00, 12.50 and IS.OOasuits.
Call on us and see these and other attractions.
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