Robert Gadd and brother William Gadd has a dispute
P. today the an the its by organizations, the the of the of the a the by responded the A RUMORED DISCOVERY. A Story, Which Interests Cabarrus, of m Find In a Shaft or the Reed Mine. Special to the Obser ver. Concord, Oct. 4. A mysterious crime of probably twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five years standing is coming to light at the famous Reed gold mine in No. -9 -9 township, this county. The following story is told: Two brothers, ;Robert and William Gadd, about fours ago had a controversy controversy through their county papers until they became so hostile that blows were passed and attempts made to shoot one another. Wm. Gadd was convicted of an affray, but while giving evidence in the court house, he accused his brother Robert of having mysteriously done away with a woman, probably his wife, with whom he was living, about thirty years ago. The Reed mines had not been operated for a number of years until recently, when a man by the name of Lisle came there from the North and resumed work. Several weeks ago Mr. Lisle began began preparations to operate an old shaft, and the rumor -goes -goes that Robert Gadd, the accused, went to Lille and told him it would not pay him to work it. Lisle began work, however, aud unearthed unearthed a lady's watch chain, a fob, s ime teeth and a bunch of human hair. All this means something, and people in that section who have heretofore doubted William Gadd's story are suspicious, suspicious, as the rumored find corroborates corroborates the statement made by Bill Gadd on the witness stand. The matter will be investigated, and probably some interesting interesting developments may turn up. Robert Gadd, it is said, is yet ignorant of the discovery.