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THE CIIESTERFIEIiD FRATRI
A Horrible StoryThe Victim TV anting
to Mary his Brother's Daughter.
News and Courier.
Cheraw, March 15.--The facts con
nected with the fratricide referred to
in a dispatch published in the News
and Courier, on Tuesday, so far as can
be ascertained are as follows: The
parties thereto, William and John Ba
ker, are brothers, the former a young
man and widower who has been paying
attention to the daughter of the elder
Baker with a view to matrimony, which
suit was not looked upon favorably by
the father of the girl. They met one
night last week and it appears that one
or both had been imbibing quite freely,
and during the meeting at the elder
Baker's house the younger brother ob
tained the elder's revolver and fired it
off in the house. When remonstrated
with for the act and being asked what
be meant, he again fired, and exclaimed
that that was what he meant. Whether
the latter or either of the shots was
aimed at the prisoner 1 have not learn
ed definitely. A scuffle then ensued,
and knives were used quite freely, the
younger brother receiving a wound or
wounds in the breast, "that caused al
most instant death, and not a shot from
a pistol as the first report stated. John
Baker, the slayer, immediately surren
dered, himself to the authorities, when
it was found that he had received seve
ral wounds on his person from a knife,
but although painfully injured he is not
dangerously so. The prisoner claims
that he acted in self-defence from the
beginning to the last of the unfortu
nate difficulty. The father of the two
brothers, it is rumored, has declared his
intention to push the prosecution, but
whether there is any truth in the re
port I am unable to say. Theverdiet
of the jury of inquest was in accord
ance with the above facts. W.
Garden Seed for the South.
Cor. Columbia Register.
Union, S. C, March 5, 1832. A few
days of suushine have added very
much to the pleasantness of the outlook.
There has been a very marked decline
in street loafers and hangers-on about
those cancers of society, tue liquor sa
loons. The "gee haw" of the ploughman is
again heard in the iand. The irrepres
sible small boy isut with his shotgun
after anything that wears feathers;
while among the' fair sex there is a
brisk demand for old gloves, sun-bonnets,
rakes, hoes, &c, as the accompani
ments of the usual spring epidemic.
I'liat lull moon in wiarcb inevitably
brings to the front all believers in signs,
and potato planting becomes a f uroi
for a season.'
Passing by a "cannie Scot's" garden
the other day, we noticed he was
ploughing up his last year's po!a;o
ground and finding plenty of good seed
Other people are paying S2 25 a bush
el. Why not save our ovn seed pota
toes? Yet, while asking that question, one
might go even fuither and ask, why
not save all our garden seed? Al al
most every store we pass we see flam
ing placards of Buist's, Ferry's, Sibley',
Peter Henderson's, Landreth.s and oth
er seedsmen from Marblehe ad, Mas?.,
Immense fortunes inve been made
by these seedsmen by selling seed to
Southern people. They sport magnifi
cent establishments, employ hundreds
of hands to grow seeds in a cold climate
for Southern gardeners and we com
p of being poor!
Nor is this the worst of it; for, in ad
dition to this supply of seeds from our
own seedsmen, a million dollars' worth
of horticultural seeds are annually im
ported by these seedsmen from Europe.
There is no reason- why every gardener
at the Soutli should not grow the great
er part of his own seed. With proper
care in selection and cultivation he
could produce as good a variety and
much better adapted to his climate
than seeds grown in Massachusetts or
But this i3 not the only evil resulting
from the introduction of seeds grown
in other sections; we introduce with
them a multitude of pests in the way
of weeds and grasses and insects. What
gardener has not been startled by the
appearance every now and then of
some stranger who asserts his rights to
naturalization? How many new
sects have been introduced it wouldbe'
difficult to say. Every gardener oriar
mer runs foui of some new comer ev
erv ver r.
"It'will not be long . before we will
make the acquaintance of the potato
beetle, the grasshopper of the Wpt,and
all the other pests which follow the
progressive and aggressive footiteps of
A writer in the Journal of the Amer
ican Agricultural Association gives us
the following interesting statistics in
relation to the vitality of seeds selected
from a seed farm .North.
Seeds in 100 capable of germinating,
Averasre: Salsafv 14. onions 47, cab
bage 46, lettuce 57, carrot 51, beet
DarsniD 32. cucumber 50. squash 28, re
clover 82 lucerne 87, white clover 88,
orchard grass 50, oat grass 11, timothy
60, red top 14, Kentucky blue grass 4,
Italian rye grass 21, Hungarian grass
56. The defective vitality of seeds,
however, is nothing, when compared to
the pests introduced with them, which
are almost certain to live and flourish.
The same writer, speaking of this mat
ter, Bays: From a lot of commercial
red clover seed a carefully drawn sam
ple of two ounces was taken which
contained seed of red clover 94 per cent.,
impurities 6 per cent. Of .the 94 per
cent, pure seed 60per cent, were inca
pable of germinating The impurities
consisted of sand, chaff and other seeds
a pound containing not less than 14,
400 foreign seeds, 44 distinct species, as
follows: "Thistle, horse sorrel, sheep
sorrel, milkweed, dandelion, knotweed,
bottle grass, knowsel campion, spurry,
starwort, cross-rabbit clover, Swedish
clover, zig-zag clover, hop clover, white
clover, valerian, speedwell, blue violet,
pansy, rib grass plantain, burdock, dar-1
nel and crane s dm, goose grass, spunge,
blue weed, wild carrot, ox-eye. daisy,
pigweed, chickweed, water cress, sand
wort, dodder, pimpernell and alyssum.
And this sample of clover, the writer
says, is of average quality.
From the above data, the farmer who
sowed this stuff on his field distributed
680 blue weeds, 81,400 doddlers, 5,983
daisies, to say nothing of other useless
pests, iq number 215,843. But this is
not all 5 a single plant of blue weed will
produce 14,735 seeds, of which 8,255 will
come up. What a world of trouble this
is! and is it any wonder that we have
the English proverb:
One year's weeding .
Is seven year's seeding.
But we have sown seed enough for one
sitting. - Au.Rkvoir.
".. Gratitude Beyond Expression.
- Hampton, C H., 8. C, May 2, 188L "
H. tt Werner ft Co.: 81reThe revolt of your
Safe Sidney and Liver Cura in my casehas been
astonishing, so much so that I can find no words
in which to express n,y lne?&
CHARLOTTE, N. 0., SATURDAY
The Sherman Investigation . .
Washxngton, March 15. The report
of the committee in vestisatins tho'
contingent fund of the treasury depart--
i m- a. a. - r a a. i -
menc, Buuuutteu u me oenaie 10-uay,
is very voluminous, and mostly made
up of extracts from testimony taken,;
of which the following is an example:
"At the instance of O. L. Pitney, cus
todian in the treasury department, JJ
Bradley Adams in the winter and'
spring of 1880 furnished statknery,&iV
to the Sherman campaign committee,
political coiiiimuee ior ine aavance-fr
ment of the candidacy of the Hon. Jno,
Sherman for the Presidential nomina
tion in 1881."
For this stationery, &c., sundry vouch
ers or accounts against the treasury de
partment aggregating 45502 were made
out, calling upon their face for "file
holders" as articles actually purchased
and were paid out or the treasury.
The le holders so named in such
vouchers, were never purchased or rer
ceived in the treasury department, nor
waa any ntner article iurmsned to tne
treasury department under such vouch
er. Th&re are many such charges.
The report says that no witness has
testified that Secretary Sherman had
personal knowledge of the irregulari
ties aescrioed. rne law provmes tnat
the chief clerk of the treasury may ap
prove vouchers for these expenditures.
Hence they do not come under the sec
A Horrible drime.
Some time last December, Mr. Odom
Wilson, a former citizen of Fayette
ville, was murdered at his home near
Cheraw, S. C under circumstances
which point to one B.F. Scltt, a mu
latto man, as the murderer, and Mrs.
Wilson as his accomplice. Scott was
arrested, but discharged for want of
evidence. He then left South Carolina,
came over into this State, and stopped
at Abbottsburg, where Mrs. Wilson, the
widow of the murdered man, also went
and lived with him. Meantime addi
tional evidence against Scott came to
tight, and a rwpisition from the Gover
nor of South Carolina was made for
Jiim, and he was" arrested, carried back,
and lodged in the Jail of Chesterfield
county, in that State. Mrs. Wilson fol
lowed Scott over to Chesterfield, with a
view of rendering him aid, but was her
self arrested as an accomplice in- the
murdjr, is now in prison awaiting
her trial. They will both be tried by
the circuit court in Chesterfield county,
at its session which will begin on ttie
3d Monday in May (15th) 1882. Scott is
described as an old man with a horrid
countenance. Mrs. Wilson has seven
children none of whom are grown.
She is represented as a good, looking
woman. It is a most revolting affair.
Iron and Steel.
The growth of the iron and steel in
dustry in the United States has been
very remarkable. In 1810 we produced
only 50,000 tons of iron, and our largest
furnace could yuld only 1,100 tons an
nually. But in 18;.0 the product was
165,000 tons; in 1860, 1,000,000 tons; in
1SS0 the iron and steel works of the
United States produced 7,265,100 tons.
The aggregate annual product of our
manufacturing and mechanical indus
tries is now more than $6,000,000,000.
Of this vast product less than S200,
000,000 are "exported. And of the
$900,000,000 produced by agriculture
less than 10 per cmt. is .exported.
On the self-supporting power of the
American people, and of the mutual
relations existing between our indus
tries, we can dwell as Americans with
the mt)st profound satisfaction -The
receipts at tho seaboard cities for ex
portation and consumption, including
all kinds of grain, ground and un
ground, aggregated 852,921.452 bushels
in 1879, and 359,559,607 in 1880. The
whole eastern movement of Western
grain, including shipments to interior
points on the Atlantic slope, must
somewhat exceed 400,000,000 bushels
not more than one-sixth of the total
production of an abundant year,
LeaP-from the Czar's lary.
Ban Francisco New&ietter. J
otnp" at 7 a. m. and ordered my
Found four gallons vitirol in it,
uia not taKe it. went to oreaKiasi.
The nihilists had placed two torpedoes
on the stairs, but I did not step on
them. The coffee sraelled so strongly
of Prussic acid that I was afraid to
drink it. Found a scorpion in my left
slipper, but luckily shook it out before
putting iton. Just before stepping into
the carriage to go for my morning drive
it was blown into the air, killing the
coachman and the horses instantly. I
did not drive. Took a light lunch off
hermetically-sealed American canned
goods. They can't fool me there.
Found a poisoned dagger in my favor
ite chair, with the point -sticking out.
Did not sit down on it. Had dinnei at
6 p. m. and made Baron Laischouno
wonsky taste every dish. He died be
fore the soup was cleared away. Con
sumed some Baltimore oysters and
London stout that I -have had locked up
tor five years. Went to the theater and
whs shot at three times iu the first act.
HadHhe entire audience hanged. Went
home tdSsed and slept all night on
led and sle
root or the
Notice to White Men.
On Friday morning the 10th inst., a
play card was found posted on a tree in
the Court House square of this town,
of which the following is a copy :
March 8th, 1882.
White men of America and white men
of Cumberland County:
You may no longer consider us as
citizens of America, because wb appeal
to your courts for justiee and we fails
to get protection ; and you white peo
ple is in league with one another, and
one of your class will kill one of us, and
you will go together, and defend him,
and one of our ' class is accused of
stealing, you will send him to the peni
tentiary for three or four years.
We, as colored people, Mark 70c
don't intend to appeal to your courts
any more for justice. And sir, consid
er us no longer citizens, we shall call on
you no more for protection nor neither
you oall on us Mark ye these words.
KI KI Kl
Somewhat Improved. .
Washington, March 17. Represent
ative Black is a little improved in his
Fifty-eight million dollars is the estimated Value
of finger rings of this country actually worn and
still there are people mean enough to go hacking,
and coughing because they do not want to Invest
26c for a bottle of Dr. Bull's cough syrup. -, '
ji i i m 1 i - i
Tall Oaks from Little AeorneCSow,
and there la no reason why an Investment of $3
in the Commonwealth Dlitributlon Co's next draw
ing, March 81st, mav not win for the lucky pur
chaser the stun of $30,000.- 1,960 prizes to be
distributed. Whole tickets $2. halves $1. Bend
In your orders early to R. M. Board man, Courier
Journal Building, Louisville, Ky.
The Case df Sergeant Mason.
Wash. Cor, Baltimore Sun.
, Mrv 'tT. G.- Bigelow, attorney of Ser-
geanu jaason, nas prepared a petition
for a writ of habeas corpus on the
ground that the court-martial had no
jurisdiction in time of peace ; that even
if the court had jurisdiction it exceeded
its powers in imposing the sentence
aforesaid, as the sentence is in excess of
any punisnmeat authorized by law. and
void on that account. The petition re-
ascites that the statute authorizes im-
pnouuiutjut aiooe. xne sentence na-
poses both fine and imprisonment, be
sides a dishonorable discharge from the
military service. Judge Wylie dismiss-
eu tne petition, dug afterwards recon
siderea bis decision, and allowed Mr.
rsigeiow to witfidraw the papers, in or
der that he may present them to the
court in Dane to-morrow. In the mean
time. Mason has been ptmt in t.hA Al.
bany penitentiary under a guard of four
wow is tne time to try your luck, and no better
means is offered to persons of small capital to win
a fortune than an investment of 82 In the next
?.i"p y- mo "mraonweaiin instriDutlon Co..
which takes place March 31st.
Dr. c. W. BENSON, of Baltimore, Md.
We give above "a correct likeness of this well
known and successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervous Diseases
ana the Diseases ef the Skm, and he now stands
In the highest rank, as autho Ity on those special
and distressing diseases. In the course of his
practice he discovered what now are renowned in
medical pracUce, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile In ihe shape of Pills. They are used
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It Is not a patent medicine, it Is the result of
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Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De-.
pot, 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for SI or six boxes for $2.50, to
DR. C. W.
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORSf
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST )
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
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SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
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All first class druggists have It. Price tl. per package.
CHA8. N. CBITTENTON. 115 Fulton street.
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W Benson's
remedlt s, to whom all orders should be ad
SBS. LYD1A E. P1NKHAH, OF LYNN, MASS.,
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Tor All lime Painful Complaint and Weaknesses
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For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
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Ko family should be without LTDIA E. PINKHAM'S
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AVINfl now two more Kilns in addition to our
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