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Winnsborough (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 7
Tragedy in Franklin Parish. --The Louisiana Herald, published at Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, gives the annexed account of the tragical death of two citizens of that Parish on the 10th inst. It says: It seems there has been a misunderstanding existing between the parties, E. J. Pierce and M. P. Daily, for more than a year. Occasionally this feeling of animosity was aroused by some new cause of provocation. Last Saturday, while the Home Guard was on parade in Bœuf prairie, Mr. Pierce demanded of Mr. Daily an explanation of a note written to him by Daily. Pierce being armed with a double-barreled shot-gun; Mr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten or twelve feet before, turned and fired, but fortunately for Daily, the entire charge was lodged in a tree by the side of which he was standing. Mr. D. then leveled his gun at Pierce, but it mis
Pierce (Colorado, United States) (search for this): article 7
irie, Mr. Pierce demanded of Mr. Daily an explanation of a note written to him by Daily. Pierce being armed with a double-barreled shot-gun; Mr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten or twelve feet before, turned and fired, but fortunately for Daily, the entire charge was lodged in a tree by the side of which he was standing. Mr. D. then leveled his gun at Pierce, but it missed fire, whereupon Mr. Pierce fired the second barrel, lodging the contents in the side of his antagonist, inflicting a mortal wound. While in the act of falling the (Daily) fired, killing Mr. Pierce instantly. Thus the two combatants lay on the ground within ten feet of each other, one dead and the other suffering the most excruciating pain, resulting in lock-jaw, killing him in a short time. We should add that these two young gentlemen were close neighbors and kinsmen,
E. J. Pierce (search for this): article 7
It seems there has been a misunderstanding existing between the parties, E. J. Pierce and M. P. Daily, for more than a year. Occasionally this feeling of animosivocation. Last Saturday, while the Home Guard was on parade in Bœuf prairie, Mr. Pierce demanded of Mr. Daily an explanation of a note written to him by Daily. PierPierce being armed with a double-barreled shot-gun; Mr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten or twelve feet before, turned and fired, but fortunately for Daily, the entire charge was lodged in a treeanding. Mr. D. then leveled his gun at Pierce, but it missed fire, whereupon Mr. Pierce fired the second barrel, lodging the contents in the side of his antagonist, cting a mortal wound. While in the act of falling the (Daily) fired, killing Mr. Pierce instantly. Thus the two combatants lay on the ground within ten feet of each
M. P. Daily (search for this): article 7
death of two citizens of that Parish on the 10th inst. It says: It seems there has been a misunderstanding existing between the parties, E. J. Pierce and M. P. Daily, for more than a year. Occasionally this feeling of animosity was aroused by some new cause of provocation. Last Saturday, while the Home Guard was on parade in Bœuf prairie, Mr. Pierce demanded of Mr. Daily an explanation of a note written to him by Daily. Pierce being armed with a double-barreled shot-gun; Mr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten orMr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten or twelve feet before, turned and fired, but fortunately for Daily, the entire charge was lodged in a tree by the side of which he was standing. Mr. D. then leveled his gun at Pierce, but it missed fire, whereupon Mr. Pierce fired the second barrel, lodging the contents in the side of his antagonist, inflicting a mortal wound. Whil
Tragedy in Franklin Parish. --The Louisiana Herald, published at Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, gives the annexed account of the tragical death of two citizens of that Parish on the 10th inst. It says: It seems there has been a misunderstanding existing between the parties, E. J. Pierce and M. P. Daily, for more than a year. Occasionally this feeling of animosity was aroused by some new cause of provocation. Last Saturday, while the Home Guard was on parade in Bœuf prairie, Mr. Pierce demanded of Mr. Daily an explanation of a note written to him by Daily. Pierce being armed with a double-barreled shot-gun; Mr. Daily thought it unsafe to enter into an explanation without being similarly armed; he therefore procured a gun, and the parties started to the woods.-- Mr. Pierce being ten or twelve feet before, turned and fired, but fortunately for Daily, the entire charge was lodged in a tree by the side of which he was standing. Mr. D. then leveled his gun at Pierce, but it mis