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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, MAY li, 1895.
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in:; of cows and other
t e: ir t.h hungry,
. i not drtiigtrous, de
, ; ,-Giiielnne take place.
. ,. was '. eiiig mde, by
; i 4 .tell 8TJCkiti, to, to
1 :.-.orn animal lo writer a
i vault's L.-ck lot, two
, or Ma. Pieasant.
, .10 WiiU tiii'tii til ii'i r
i t;tr t'CaStu tD. Ii Oii lip
HE KILLED HER FATHER.
A Dover's DoKpcrsUe Viced to Win lUn
IlrUJe It Tl'jt a F.unnvay Mat els.
Covington, Ga , May 13. A
tragedy occurred near Newborn in
this county yesterday afternoon that
has woven into its startling potloyp,
romance, vengeance, murder and
o me uown. mit:;. :iilp
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.i!'-t n a recent Iectvre
nveil Institute uttvTod
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rornlnp: to the f-ont.
da- faculty ia a rmid
'..d, 'Jckvica aj U-daed,
'r--s Mfe, a h -;;;' a-d
can vou detect the
of y-u: ::':
channel in which
In Morgan county, just over the
line from Nekton, there live3 the
family of the rich and well known
planter, J T Estes. He had a
t oo o oi tiie i i . . .
i vvcd ! aailShter and she had a lover. The
family objected tc the marriage of
the young people and they determin
ed to hike matters in tkeo- rv:?.
Yesterday afternoon Will Green
met Mins Estcs by appointment ?nd
the two proceeded in a buggy to. Hie
residence of Rev. Mr. Harwell, who
was to pci i j; -ii the cere -n o: v . J v 3 ,
as th j couple were getting from the
buggy th.y saw Mr. Estea and his
uon coming rapidly towards them.
Green quickly pulled a revolver sr.d
i : reel at Mr. Estes, the ball entering
near the h..art killing the fatnicr in
vLv;u then fired two sho'us
.itec, but without an
Small Eoy Knocked Down.
Monday afternoon on South
Church street, near the Germ in
Reformed church, a small boy waa
rnr cv.ir by a cow. Some one was
driving a herd of cattle into the city
and the animals being unused to the
sights confronting them became un
manageable, cutting up all kinds of
peculiar capers. Down Church they
went to East Depot street, frig L ton
ing several young ladies who were
standing on the corner. It io cald a
number ;of swine, snapping and bit
ing a- every thing m reach, were in
the stampede, No one was hurt,
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L:-:.7:ng ht: father dead in the
ror.d and i.-:ivt to death bv her lover
iliS UL'IiUV iiCS.
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':U that greatest of
-.- -0f all libraries, the
i'ji now for a short
; ,- . time placed within
, '"J:V-'"-iv your easy rca.h.
- '- ''"' VAy noble boeks at
jr child will nnturaily select
e of reading which prcves to
;hf Sine of his natural beat, for
.CrrANXJCA ipre-cnts every
: ident Eliot says further:
vlJnrsI instruction has ben too
- that is one reason why it has
('.-.. j -n.t F!lr't c- '-' h? truth.
-'.;f tu:d just a hair's breadth
r t'r whole trutn, tor he should
'?'!CA has. been brought
. ::h of any one who can save
.. n's . .': y no one ncd be '
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1 mother bending over the
ii: euiliaaalc form, Mi?s Estes went on
Y7lth her -over to Broughtonville,
where ib- marriage was at last con
The tragc-.Iy has created consid
erable excitement in portions of this
and Mcrgnn couutios as the parties
are all well known.
The sheriff of Newton county has
received a telegram stating that a
reward of 250 has been offered for
the capture of Green.
7?hOi Daby was sic!c, v.o gure h?r Castorfa.
Alien s'lft was a Clilil, shg cried for Castoria.
"Wlv-n she became r'i-'f, Khe cbi" to Castrir,
'-'ho-. .!; Md Chi1 :-e:;, oho zr-," them O.torla.
l is the new edit'on of
T.-liViVCA, we say, need be
.. individual instruct! It is
' hie edu :atiori cf itself, and
'.- .dried now, for a short
at the unheard of rate of Teu
Irctry rates vrite for
a blank and sample
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IforHO C?ot Aivay.
Monday night ju3t as the South
bound train rolled up at the depot
at 10 o'clock, the big horse driven
to the Southern Express wagon be
came frightened and ran. After
taking a round about way, he finally
raoho.l the bridre, where he left
thn wa?on, having torn the harness
to nieces. Se.m Roger, a colored
boy, w?b holding the ho ?e but
could not manage him, the horae
having taken Sam by surprise and
getting a start on him. Fortunately
no one wan hurt.
'iZv 'i'l-wAu UlnrU. Nn'mc.
in Saturday's iasue we printed a
fqnib, rontril-ated by 11 f. MeholTey,
that asked the name of the Concord
man that would mr-kc a good tade
raark. Se'ycral were interested in
Mom by eve-nir.g' the Standard re
ceived the following letter from
Ma. tor Noah, eon of Mr, V7 Charles
Correlh now living in Spartanburg,
S. C. L;.t! -e Noah is correct, and
when he comes to Concord we will
see that he gets a treat. The le
ter 13 :
Mu Cook ! The urrta a? you had
about in the Saturday's naper for a
ccst mark, I thintc ia Mr. Horn-
buckle. White I have been away
from Concord 13 months, you can
see that I have not forgotten the
people. I read your ' paper every
day, and keep up with the town and
tornhnc!-le is the luune in ques
tion. There are ofh in town
whc5fe name could be n:rJ fhat way.
GIVING T11E-K THINGS A Y
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Mr. Giles T Crowell hud at the
Eenix dour milt some i-ine luian
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Court is going on in Rowan. The
grand jury found a true bill sgainst
Whit Eerrcn for the murder of
Deputy II C Owen on the 20th of
The caco is being tried new, the
trial having been set for Tuesday
at 10 o'clock.
Blard to Keep itiet.
It was Paddy Keely who walked
into the sick room of Mickey Dolan.
Mickey la? thcae, pale, vUh Ms eves
cleat d, red heord Pat a .-riaii :
'Mickey, it's ill ye're lookin'.
Fwt'a t;)e raather wid ye ?"
"Do you know that spalpeen av ;
Viddy O'Brien's second husband ?" j
:Tbat 1 do:"
f,lT et r.e a pound to a pint I
c: .!didr eh waller an igg widout
kin' ; he shell av it."
"D ye do it fJ
!Then f wat's ailin' ye ?"
"It's down there," laying his hand
on his stomach. "If I jump I'll
break it and cut me sturembh :d
the shell. If I kay.e qui. t the
thing'll hatch cut an' I'll hw.
Shanghai rooster clawin' me iiisi'':-.
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loguc free If you call.
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As a remcv'y fo
Headache Electric Bikers prcv-i
Cccitelition In .Telephones.
Memphis, Tenn., May 13
Pd to b- the very best. It effects a j Southern Standard Telephone Com
permanent cure and the mctt dr-ad
habitual sick headaches yield to its
inftuejee. We urge all who are
aillicted to nrocure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cures by giving the needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases long resist
th use of this medicine. Try it
once. Large bottles only 50 cents
at Fetzcr's Drug Store.
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or pacK'n ewey..
pany, with a capitalstock of 4,000,
000 to operate in Tennessee, Ken
tucky and the Carolinas, has been
organized. The southern organiza
tion is a branch of the Standard
Telaphone Company, , capital $10,
000,000, with headquarters in New ,
York. It is proposed to outer into '
competition with companies now j
performing a like service, and a con- j
siderable reduction in rates is likely. .
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