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As Told by the Papers in the Neighboring Counties. LINCOLN. Death of Mrs. Hnggins-Bitten by a Mad Hog -Married Effect of the Drouth. Imeolnt'.n Journal, Auj 17th. ' John Norman and Miss Alice Leonard, of the Henry section, slipped off from church Tues day night and went over in Catawba county and were mar ried. Wade Holland, aged :"." years, and Mrs. Barbara Lutz, aged .""() years, were married Tuesday at Henry, Esq. Charles Look out. Havnacr tying the knot in the most fm-de seiele style. CATAWBA Too Soon to Tell How Populists Will Vote in November The First De mand on Catawba's Representative: to Have Chills on Clark's Creek Abolished -Other News. Newton Enterprise, Aug". 17th. Nothing lately has been heard of the threatened contest in the courts bv the Fusionists CLEVELAND Death of Mr.4 Jesse Wells-Other Deaths - Store Broken Open and Goods Stolen. Shelby Star, Aug- 15th. Cleveland Springs is crowded with visitors. There are about l.50 guests. The other 10 -months-old son of Mr. Will A. Abernethy, of this place, died Sunday of for the county offices. Manv Newton people attend -! cholera infantum and was ed Rock Springs Campmeeting buried near Lawndale. The last Sunday. The crowd was twin brother died a few days not quite so large as usual. i There was enrolled ,.at the ), . V ' Tuesday. There was interest manifested and an auuiuon 10 me mem j ' 4 . . I of Centennial church, also t.. other churches resulting this meeting. ':!! To keep the pace in nu Am Flack became enragv.j nt his fathei -in-law. Bill Un)tt last week, took his ht Ih' and peppered the old man m the legs, and did it on pose 'twarn't no accident, f,,,. the old man had called hh5. ugly names-, and Am j could'nt take it. plimentel the county very highly on the large attendance of the teachers. Mr. E. Childs,oneof the old est and most respected citizens of Lincoln ton, died one dav Mr. J. M. E. Summey, f this ast Week. For years he was a county, and Miss Nancy IKins, merchant and was very popular i.i -.-.i.nwn, v-ii- imiuifu tiL ; as.a ousmess maiu Lander's CJiapel last Sunday ago with the same complaint. The members of his church teachers' Institute last week 84 'and his host of friends will a , . i i e ri C ! i,,nvn ii-WK I'Mfn'nf flof 1?it' IT i i leaeners. i tol. juaioii coin-: ieu u uiu iiui umi ... . --- j it l vet , niveu a swarm M. Blair, who is oft on a ai)0,lt the 5th of .May, and i: mm, month's vacation, is; sick :it!w l,.,., , on 1 . . .. . . . , . . . , . - . ...... Jl iM" ' ' I i iv.,.' Mr. Win. Whiteside on lin.ad of !.,'( by Pev. J. W. Clegg. Both the did have le post on Cotton is beginning to-open in early fields. There is a fine his brother's home in Caldwell county. They all trust that he may speedily recover. of honey, the hive is full fnv winter, and the bees have made six inches of com!) below the One of the best wheat far- hive to show what they en;1,, have done if more boxes had been furnished. Mcdowell. lnl fml (rvhnm Jmvo itnctol 4, .1 . n , 'crop oi bolls, but the young the littieth mile post on Iitesi , , . ones and tne squares are be ginning to drop off on account highway. Mr. Milton Pamsaur informs us that on account of the diouth he will not make f bushels of corn on lf acres. He says all upland corn in his section has been ruined and the crop on the bottoms seriously damaged by the dry weather. Mrs. Kate Huggins died at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. E. C. Connor here, Wednes day morning, aged 40 years. Mrs. Huggins was a Miss Peterson and was twice mar ried, first to a Mr. Atwood, by whom she had two children, and then to Mr. Huggins. She came here about a month ago to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Connor. Her remains were taken to Hickory for interment. Luther 1 To vis, a son of Melchi Hovis, of I ronton township, called Saturday to have the of the severe drouth. The dried fruit trade is be- ; ginning. . lnis county lias tne mers in Cleveland county is Mr. M. P. Gantt, cf Belwood. He made 395 bushels this year. On 9 acres of land he made '240 bushels, and this is an unusu-l Large New Distillery a ul Fe tifu - ally hue yield, Mr. uantt says his crop this year was splendid. The store house of Mr. I). G. Webber, of Earl station, was broken open Saturday night Establishment for Marion A De.ith Attended by Peculiarly Sad Circum stances. Marion Democrat. Auy 17th The work of erecting th- rectifying building for Bennett and several pairs of shoes, ! & Mor-an. rectifiers and di jlargest peach crop for several ,,()X(S of vigiirs, hats, canned j tilltM,Sf ;lt tll(i c.onior of Ior,. years. . The dried fruit crop;': will be quite an important item of income to the farmers. mi , 4. v ... 1.1.,. .1! 1 ... ... i ne vote tor inc eanumaies for State Senators from this district was counted in Hick ory last Saturday. The Fusion candidates, Dula and . Mcin tosh, .received a majority of j 450 in the district. The first demand made on Mr. Gaither, after his election, was to have chills on Clark's creek abolished. If he suc ceeded in doing this, there will he no trouble in his going to the Legislature as long as he wishes. The burglars paid a call on Mr. L S. Allen last . Friday ni'ltt Mini taenvml 4dl 7i IVnin T 11 I , 1 I , " " !- " v v ' t - ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 , , . . I,, i his jiants veket. the town a wound on his hand made bv'i,,.. i .-n Ai , , . ! has ottered .)9 reward lor the a hog supposed to have had ? .i mm , , , , , . , ;capture ot the. negroes. Ihey hvdroii hobia. About eleven . i w i " -i . are believed to be residents of o clock on I uesdav morning ot ! v , . , t -New ton. last week, young Hovis went; to feed his 'hogs, when one of i Io-st of tho Populists this them attacked him, intlieting a joniity arc now saying they bad gash on his thumb. Tin goods, etc., stolen, and some of it left along the street. No ar rest have been made. The exact amount of the loss is not known.- Mr. Jes?e Wells, of Hostic died on August 7th and was buried on the following day, Kev- A. P- Hollifield conducting funeral services. Deceased was 93 years old, a member of Salem church and a good citizen. He leaves a wife and three sons and one daughter. He was a good man. RUTHERFORD What One Colony of Bses Have Dene -They Keep Up the Pace in Polk A Bold Robery Other News. Kutherfordtoii Vindicator. Aur H)lh. The continuous diouth has done great damage to growing crops and even with rains now the corn crop will fall far below a normal production. Very fine watermelons are on the market at reasonable prices, and the 15th amendment is as happy as if de publican party will vote for McKimev. But it :n'ul 1een successful. hog died tit convulsions about i ls! sue!l au oas matter for two hours later. The ma.lstoue Popnlists to change from one was applied and -duck" for au i siaV to the tlllM' 0,1 any ques hour and a half. non' that it is entirely too soon j to tell how Populists will .vote During the mil war, as well n in ! hi November. It depends al-i our late war with Spain, dian hm-a u as together OH w hat Butler has to ' one oi the most trouble-nine li-eat' Lollie Hicks, ff Caroleen, is in the city to-day, and goes to Brihdletown 'tomorrow to visit Miss May Mills, thence to Mor gan ton and on to As he vi lie to visit friends. the army hal to contenl with. In mam- instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still sutler from it. Mr. David Taylor of Wind Rid-o. iireene Co.. l'a.. i one f these, lie uses Chamberlain's C1L Cholera anil Diarrhoea Kerned. v and sav? he never rn. ,4 r t i i : . i say. 8ix weeks lefore the! 1 n ' onin.s cv uor- reecnt election the m.n'orirv nf -ai1' at Bnltai11, Was hroken ... ..... . . the Populists in this county; into Monday night and a con- ' i . . .. i l.. , . .... f , i were free to declare they would 1 " never vote another fusion ! loh'u Iew to the ticket. But they voted it al thud, but it was-a bold move . v a' ..... V .... t on the part ot ttie robbers. found anvthinir that would irive l.iralllR ?4"w- tM ie i cinoci ai such quiJk relief. It tor ale, bv V . ; caj"e whether Butler is for1 Kev. J. H. Lrendh- closed a A. Leslie. Drungi.-t. ' ' I Br'Van or foi McKinlev. ! meeting at Centennial a.st and I)eot streets goes rapidly forward and it is 'expected tluit it will be ready for occupancy by Se)tember 1. The building will be 100 feet long by fed wide and two stories high. It will be thoroughly fitter! for its purpose and a model nf its kind. The distillery building will be erected later in the fall on the Morgan plat near the McDowell Furniture ('.en pany's plant. Jt will ha v.- a capacity of using 100 bush. N of grain per day to start with and adapted to an incn a-. About eight men will be dn ployed at both places. Miss Let a, the young da wgh ter of Mr. and Mrs. B M. 11a! lyburton, (Ywd at the reside!..--of her parents last Saturday n igh t af te r an i 1 1 ness ex tend i !. g over three months. J)ec-a--d was l!i years old and a .!".. and winning girl, greatly ! loved by those who knew la--. The funenal services wen- h :d at the Marion eemeteryonS ' day afternoon at 5 o'clock. : the kev. L j). Sherrill, of the Methodist church, !:: ; ated. Many friends of " bereft parents were in attdd ance. Interment was made :: the above cemetery. IVrulia: a ad circumstances att-j; : : the death of Miss Hallyb.r. t Her sister tow years yoiu.g and an almost insej.aia companion, is also very ill a 1 the mother is well-nigh je trated witli rV(.fm rSterling silver Hr es, 25c, at Swindell's.