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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, August 06, 1895, Image 1

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-4 .i . I n I i 4.1 3 i 1 86. I Vol- i KKEK AND SUICIDE. Killed his Iwo NUters mow off his Hend. Conn., Aug. 5. v.-.iirr, of Cobalt, waa found it ad iu a pool of blood this bv bis two sisters with lived, uau ittrvcu -;n life by an unusual means. ; :r the night he took a shotgun - the two barr-ls under nu and the butt on the floor he ,i th - trigger by a sling attach, feet. His head waa blown hod 7, He was 68 years old. iy ut Iluiilorvlllo. Malay's Standard we told ;en:;ainual suicide at Hun- til terille ol man, whose name is S Mi van, of Covington, Ga. He jird over the grave ot his twin sis ter. The IIunter8Yille correspond fiit to the Charlotte Observer fur cisbcs the following : NO ONE SAW HIM SHOOT. ;r. Sulivan was seen standing on th, nve of his Bister just before Vjm :co-:t of the pistols was heard, vie !.e ?aw him shoot. Several the n port of the pistols and rufLed to tue spot, to find him lying across the graye dead, with a bullet bole in his head. M.i-ntrate G F Steele and Dr. C E Walktr, assisted by J W Mullen, L.,i.le the examination and had the b iv moved to the vacant store c: Mr. L C McCoy's, where it was rvton ic? to await instruction from family. The pistol held in the left hand '.I the deadly work. It was a 3S cihbre, Smith & Wesson, hammer- lead. The ball entered the left tern- 1C and came out over the right eye, r, a ; iag through the brain. The pistol held iu the right hand was a cteap double action, and the ball from it stiurK just above the right eye and glanced off, A letter dated June 28tb, 1895, . ;:esstd :u "S M Sullivan, Coving t cd, Ga.," was found in his pocket. T rvaa written by S P McElroy, T: :t, S. C, Money was found loose h several of the dead man's pockets, . : h amo-inted to $22.08. He also bud on his person a double case r-! ffntch and chain, pocket knife, st?re key and lead pencil. He wore .'old rim glasses. Mr. Sullivan was about forty 7 tars of age. He had sandy hair a lid whiskers; was about 5 feet six i'."ece3 high,,-.- and weighed 140 pounds. He wore a navy blue sack eim, low quarter shoes and a soft wo. bullet holes are in the " 01 2 HE ACT UNKNOWN. idsworth's driver states that Sullivan talked a great deal dout his ded pister on the way to - utitersvilk". He also told the dri- r that he had not slept any for '-vtral rights, and that his family at Covington, Ga., were all sick. He ; 1 hi3 visit here was to see his iter's grave. A telegram waa sent today to his ife at Covington, Ga., stating the ' ' l rtieuhus of her husband's :-ath. &( :jo tonight a message was re ;ved from Mrs; Sullivan, request- Hie bedy to be shipped at once. J ust thirteen melon 'wagons were 01 the streets at once today- ' 1 An Italian barber may locate in city at an early day. Such is methmg new for the town mm HURLEY--ERW1N. A Pretty Early Morning We!ting--oil , lor Abbeville anil Tflou iiig Hock. It was a quiet but pretty parlor wedding that took place this (Tues day) morning at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs, S V Erwin on North Main street. Promptly as the clock struck 7 o'clock, the 'cou ple marched down stairs into the parlor, where had gathered a num ber of intimate friends to witness the ceremony, and within a few short moments Mr. James F Hurley and Mies Jeanette Erwin were pro nounced man and wife. There were no attendants, except Mr. John'F Yorke, who acted as best man. The bride was dressed in a beautiful trav eling grown of green serge with silk waist. After the ceremony a break last was served. The bride and groom left on the morning train for Asheyille and Blowing Rock, where they will spend a month. Misses Sallie Erwin, the bride's sister, Fannie Rogers and Messrs. C L Smith, John F Yorke and Joe Goodman accompanied them as far as Salisbury. Mr. W W Morris went with them to Asheville, where he will remain some time. ROBERT J. SHIPP'S DEATH. He XVtH Well,' Apparently. LaMt Week. - Diem While the Doctor Talks to lllui. Special Charlotte observer. Newton, Aug, 5, The sudden death, last night, of Robert J Shipp, was a great shock to his family and many friends. Feeling slightly un well Dr. Campbell was called in last night and while the doctor was con sulting with him he threw up his hand and falling over, his heart ceased to beat, although he breathed for nearly five minutes thereafter As an attorney he waa busily engaged in court last week and appeared to be enioying excellent health. The deceased leaves a wife, two children and a host of friends to mourn his lo38. He was fiftyona years old. The remains will be interred in the Newton cemetery tomorrow at 2 o'clock, p. m. About Decided to Go. There will be a time when Caban rus is to lose and Burke will gain a good citizen. Mr. V A Kluttz, who a week ago went to Morganton to find a suitable location for his bee and farming business has returned and is greatly pleased with the adc vantages shown him in that suction. ' He has not positively decided to move, but says he will consider the matter for a few weeks and that it is very probable that he will go his family with him. While Cabarrus will regret to give him up, it is consolation to know that he will not forsake the community for all times. He will not purchase land at first, but will rent for two years, and then if pleased and succeeds, he will locate two miles from Morganton perma nently. Monday KiRht at I'attsrsons Mill. Mrs. D F Cannon cbaperone a number of young people out to Patterson's Mill. Monday evening, the occasion being a picnic by moon light. The party left the city at 5 o'clock and returned about 9:30, greatly pleased with the, delighfful vent. ;The participants, were Misses Bonnie Oates, Mable Tomhr son, Nannie Cannon, Esther Ervin and Messrs Frank L Smith, Samuel J Ervin, Geo. L Patterson and B E Harris. CON OOTID, N. 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1895. WE WERE WRONG. Sot u Lutheran hut a Union Kolinol at St. ,1 lrcH)i Membership Correct but it 3!iiikc .lKt I.uttteraniym. For the benefit of the public gen erally and to correct a wrong im pression, the pastor of St, Andrews writes the following : Editor Standard Dear Sir : In looking over the yesterday's issue of The Standard 1 noticed in the column giving the number of Sun day school attendants of the differ ent schools of the city on Sunday. iaac, ii is si&ieo. u at at St. Anarews Lutheran church 117. Enrollment 150. As pastor of St. Andrews Evan gelical Lutheran church and in justice to the public at large, it be comes my very unpleasant duty to state that we, as a Lutheran con gregation have no Sunday school in St. Andrews church. There is, however, a Sunday school held in the church, but it is a union school, and uses a Sunday school literature published by David C Cook, of Chicago, which is as far from Lutheranism as daylight is from night. J. D. Shealy, ' Concord, Au-t rt) 1895. V . At Cold Water HapUtit, A very interesting meeting $s in progress at Cold Water jsf church, two miles south of Contcr'dj Kev. A. C. Davis is being assisted by Mr. Bruce Benton, .a ministerial studenj of Wake Forest co-'lege. Although Mr. Benton preached his first sermon just one month" ogo; his sermon la3t night from Acts 5:15 on the theme: "Our Silent and Un conscious Influence" could scarcely be improved upon by a maa of any number of years or experience. Ser vices will be held daily during the week at 4 and 8 o'clock p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. Returned Home to Die. Sam Willeford, an industrious colored man living a few miles east of the city, for several years past has been the proud owner of old Prince, the big black horse formerly owned by Dr. L M Archey, of this city. On Friday last Prince was put out to graze, and afterward took sick. His complaint was of a seri ous nature, whereupon devoted Sam brought the horse to Brown Bros stable, Prince's home for many years, where he quietly passed away Monday at 3 o'clock. He went where all good horses go. Dr. Grif tin attended him. but could do noth ing for him. The horse is supposed to have- eaten some wild grapes, which caused appendicitis. Had an Object in View. Little Pet (on her knees, before retiring:) "Mamma, may I pray for rain ?" Mamma ; 4Y-es, if you want to; but why ?" Little Pet: "Susie Stuckupp didn't inyite me to her picnic. The Discovery Saved Ills Life. Mr. G Cailloiette, Druggist, Bea- verRville, 111,, stys: "To Dr, Kiag's New Discovery I owe my life. "Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians or miles about, but of no avail and was eriven up and told I cpuic net 4 live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store 1 sent for a bottlCa'rid began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and aftei rising threo bottles was up and abo it again- It. is worth its weight ingoli. We won't keep store or house wthout it" Get a'freV trial at Fetzer's Drug store. CANNONS S WE GIVING THESE THINGS A WAY WITH Drying Board and Writing Desk. 'vSanLuS ' ! tl PTTfr iplfi nil I I f ! ' TRADE IfPiS I ! SL 0Fenforuie . B V Q-.en for UI8 Q 'J . - COME AND SEE Pi M ISli! ! 'M ... . ;?J. I And get a cir- j J cpjJor , psmi cular that win lr r i ' I tell you . all II 1 1 abon it ji Jy CANNONS Whole NO, 1,210 & FETZER'S & FETZER i' ' t In It t. 1 f'!:! ;i Hi 'A 1 1 :C .'4' 5 ii HI t-'f. It ! T:,5 jit. ; Si '.t i hi 1 1'-

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