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CONCC11D, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S 1899.
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v(!!T If A-i FIELD FALLEN. saulted the Hatfield fort, some! HIS LIFE ENDANGERED.
yl(d Kentucky and Yindni
" Louder Live.
ion Hatfield has
a Outlaws thirty miles east of WharnclifTe,
in the heart of the Blue Ridge,
fallen' The serPriso was complete,
and "Devil Ansa" and "Bob"
grilling tidings as this maybe u
1 , i -1 Hatfield and John Dm
fnr til- residents withm a few t
Mildred miles of West Virginia
adherent, were captured. As tho
A Wlrte Fellow While Intoxicated Draws
a Pistol on Jim Boer and Threatens
to End His Life-A Pistol Found in
Jim Koger's Pocket Town and State
On the southbound local pW
TJ., 1, ,1 , j.
i-ory. long terrorized by tho ver 10 do senger train Wednesday nififit
notorious gang of criminals takeu allvo the nows had sPread between Salisbury and China
" tint district, the world in "en- CMlstcmation throughout the Grove trouble arose between Jim
;;alviU wonder what tins means, mountain country. "Tom" and J Boger, a colored man of this
.-OW Devil Ansc- Hatfield is tho ,"BlU Hatfield had alry been : pia, and two white fellows,
vnk- of tho famous family etrayed mto the llands of the Jesso Williams and Dick Basin-H-U
for senerations has been orities and kidnaped into gCr, of Rowan county.
'.'fi,Hl with the McCoys, another Kentucky- "-ai" if still at ; The white follows were intoxi
In" clan across the border 0' ut tho authorities thmk Cated and were quarreling with
.' Ko.mu.-ky. For vears tho ey will soon have him behind Jim Boger. Aftor a fow words
.'....Untauas raged, with annu- tho bars, and with the leaders of Basincor pulled out his pistol
v ouL break, iill now the Hatiield gang hanging side;aBd poililed it. towards Jim
.v naaio of Hatfield is a syno-. ; - fo x -.Bo-ex' threatening to k?U him.
f ..n -(tutlawiy and to bo a Ic-
v'puivalent to vengeance
!iv: !' bade tho fuod runs is (
:: ih'linitolv known, but a score :
,,:n i. j. -l i o
utuui u in uncu inure ut; i csLoreu
in the valleys of the Blue Ridge, j
HOOT. IIODSON DEAD.
He did this two or three times,
j Basiuger's partnrr, Josso Wil- j
i Jinins, would succeed in imrsuad-!
. ing Basiugur to put his pistol
.f-unteering people have'
For a Lontr
IS SOP DV I
; o in o h v a bs, b 1 o ws '
Willie He Has Been In Bad back in his Pket
Wife and Two Children
ppings, and still others j
; have died of broken
For quite a long while Mr.
Robt. J Ho;1 -on, who Ih'ed at
After this trouble arose, Police
man Cruse, who was on the train
at the lime, arrested the three.
After arresting Jim Borer
It was m 1SS) that the jt,, tt. t -, . , and searching him, a pistol was
. j rorest Hill has been m very bad I rt ' L
ecame notorious as in , u, n , , n , , I found in his hip pocket. The
hatred, i vandal! .McCoy , two white fellows were also ar-
" i ro'o rAi o I ,T"irhi'i tt t hn
J l 1 1 1. - J
rebieu, ul'.l uie j)isloi was luunu
iu Williams pocket, instead of
in Basinger's jiocket. Witnesses
n ir at the head of the Ken
':;: ,!::! Anderson, or "An so"
tile chief of ihe West
YvL'ini:- contingencv. The two
:: .on were very powerful among
:ho ir.cLiutain people. They had
:;lhoronts who urged them on to
uny atrocity. In Taibot
MrCov and Ellison Hatiield had
.; in which Ellison was
Vill. d. not by Talbot, but by
1V "!!KT McCoy, his brother. The
Hat ;.!. Is ca)tured the three Mc-Covs--Talbot,
1'.; :a r and slaughtered them
all. Jetfersoii McCoy was after
v.;i:a trapped by "Anse" and
shot while escaping. Tho State
authorities. now took a hand.
T:" rewards were oifercd for
t:.- i:-:t;i(?lds, dead or alive, and
.-::: Ih-ank Phillips, with a
'--h iiif lulling some of the Mc
h . :'::-: ion. wnt on Hie war
1 . Murders were rife now on
ease, consumption, has been
taking his life away and at a few
minutes before 9 o'clock today
(Thursday) the death summons
Mr. Hod.-or : veral years
ago, married Miss Ida Misen
heimcr, and now leaves behind
his loving wife and two chil
dren. Mr. Hodson came here
from Worthville, N. C. and was
an experienced cotton mill oper
ative until hi9 health declined.
For several weeks this mother
has been at his bedside. He was
a man of character and has num
bors of friends here.
The funeral will be held to
morrow afternoon at the home
at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. J D
saw them making motions sup
posed to have been their ex
changing of tho pistol from on'e
pocket to tho other.
When the traiu arrived here
the three were taken oiT . Basin
geriand Williams were tried be
fore Mayor Means for being
drunk in tho town. Tip's was
the only part of the cases in which
he had jurisdiction. Basinger
was fined ten dollars and the
costs, and Williams one dollar
and the costs. Tnoy paid their
fines and costs at once.
The State cases were tried be
fore Esq. C A Pills. Jim Boger
and Jesse Williams were bound
over to court on 50 bonds for
their appcaranco at the coming
"tow scarce, an
if, should the law de-
;( both families!"
Tlie Cook 3Ioore Wedding.
On Wednesday night at Miss jtjrm of court Djck Basillger
Moore's home, Mr. Herbert Cook ! , iiniimi m,,.
whipi)iiigstodeathofandMiss Daisy Moore, both i a boild of lu. samo .in()lint f()r an
, threats on both shh g ' Forest Hill, were married by j My
the cne:i,y. In r. ;., ! Rev. J D Arnold. It was a :iice
a ion at Ma to wan, Phil-; home Wedding, only a few in
Mut df-id by old "Cap" vited friends being present. A
and lhP --ford McCoy j number of beautiful presents
The Hattields and j j were given by friends. Both of
i ifhosn n.arties are well known at
u:i. o,. itc 'isou, commander of the South
!'M 111 clilVt c v wi. .
;t popular young folks. The
i ot:;io ctuu t;iwuiu .v,7
-uiyc'y In Ne.v York liai jv.
New York Harbor was a scene
of military pomp, regulation ob
servances and social greeting
Wednesday". Rear Admiral How-
Atlantic squaaron. came m ox-j
pecting to bo on hand when j
came. .r:'o outranks
- -- m IS
50 dozen men's black soc
thrown to the breeze at a great
sacrifice. How we coma b:
them is too long to tell, tho y
come to yon about at h
price and that should be iat
ing. Not a pair tha
worth 15 ana 2U cents, i ou
get them at 10c a pair or $110 I
dozen. They are fine gar.;
full fashioned feet, SDlicod i
heels and guaranteed fr st j
black- They are equal to a;iy j
thing ever thrown on a
counter at 15c and many
worth 20Ci A hosiery chance
that don't come every day. i
True Bargains for the eco
:rnnir.cd;wN) for Salisbury where Dewey
rlng-of 1897 the feud; J " d severai jays with Sampson and his Marship. Chica-1
i' -d !. bo dead and buried. ! Mr Gooks paroits. go, took its prroo- placo while.
"i-rmcess" Mary McL'oy ; . nis rauiving lut was run up ana j
. Aaron Hatfield. A rood I ,lilt asto !senoou . ! Sampson's was run down.
of rniinwaiiin wnssworn! The committee to investigate Amid all ihe ioy and -lee the
M: i i;;;t..b moonshine whiskey ' charges against Rev. J W Lee as marjncs broke over the regula-
'lNi"'- lof, but the truce was ! already stated found the charge tions and cheered lustly. Many
0Il,y temporary. The vendetta of crime with the young lady m on the Olympia met their wives,
out afresh the Hattields question not sustained but the sweethoarts and friends for the
tf ariruin"1 with bullets and charge of falsehood in repre- grst time h.; twenty three months.
McCoys moved the. State senting her as his daughter was The officials observed the reg-
his of Kentucky to" com- sustained and he stands teinpor- ulation greeting. Admiral
- h those of West Virginia arily suspended from the minis- Dewey officially notified Mayor
l-uoand dal justly with try, till the next meeting of con- Vanwyche of his presence.
MMMintHnlrl o-rmo- "Dovil fpi-once. He has made me tx
vh;'"sh'p ChlCa- T?" TT D.1 V "Tim' jmWW y . ip-ttvjiyuiitwwwmMAJ wumMM&VLvmi: aaiw-?. m3TT-rvrrr-.r.-
We have been atrictty in it for the past thrre
weeks. We are expecting every day another
For 0fr Flltv Vears
, " , -, i . , . . . 4.i- ''iol'f nnllv ad- ?,Trs! VTinslow'fl v-ootliir 8vrnp has
e oarricadea ins pianamm in.u , n- o ..
: - h boaanie a fort, and dresses young laoy i.aiiMuoiicio iiong o( mothers for their ctnldren
I in, mv-mVw lo 11 Hvit wiv but the committee , while teethir.-r. v.-itlnvrfect Fnceess. It
! ainnes c. i)tlJ dii that vay ou. a 0 : SOothes the cixiid, it the
! last week. It was s-.cmned to view the matter m c. .1 vg nu f..,3!K cnTts eolic, and is
ShorifT Henderson of decid(dy serious Hi--
. ... L-- -!
!'dy, I011 deputies, to-
. ' the best rc::ifay :.; 1,1.1 vrlioea. It will
leli'-y'ie poor little t-nlTerer immeJi-
DAY : i'teiy. ISold by drmrL'ifcts iu every pirt
. ToTi5.rtt.vi. ' nf the world. Twenty-hve cenU v, h t-
. j. t v -
CUKE A COLO
4'uut j luiv aim, TftKe ijaxauve xlwV ,Vr if it fa:N to tie. Be isnro jind as . 0
Irimson all armed to -11 aisHdJf h- 1 .low. ohin Syrup'
, . . icure. iiac. i-itoo.-- iu.. other kind
andvanccd and as- oacii tablet -
Oar of Furniture,
Car of Stova, Car of Springf, and last, but ztst
least, Oar of Chairs.
It keeps us moving but ?m rv.vcrs, you tnow, and if ya
will keep your eyes on the southeast corner of the fust page of Th
Standard we wdl keep you posted foil- w our ii strnetion, ;o wUl
do the rest Come and eee if we dou't.
BELL HARRIS 8- CO.
Be sure jind as . o r "Mr Win-j
en i take no !
p. Like the miller of old wo
thenice pictures until we can serve you.
rvo in turLS. Lo k ut
Bell, Harris & Co