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SALISBURY N. C JUNE 12. 1873.
J.j J.. BR UN EE,
' A i Proprietor Editor. '
J. J. STEW AET
' j AMoeUte Editor, -1 .
bates op scncnipxiow ;
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We foand the folio ir ins copied in tbe
Piedmont Press, ud endorsed bv the
Editor of that paper.) .
Although written for another State, the
moral epplieg to forcibly to North Caro
lina that we have lociiized it by aabatit
ntingNorth Carolina Jbr Geo jit.
I knew a man and he lived in Jones
Which Jones ia a count j of red hills and
'J stones, A A
And. he IiTes pretty much br rettin? of
rieh corporations. This the farmers pro
pose to pat an end to. In this caosa we
are with them, so far as thej act prnient
1, reasonablx end with vuselfith mctire.
. . loans.
And his males
And his hogs were as
were noiMasrbat skin and'
fit as his corn-pones.
And had boat a tHontand arces of land.
an and his name was also Jones
He swore that he d leave them old red hills .
and stones, l:$ t
Tor. he eonldn't make npthin bat yellowish
. . , epiton. j J
And what little corn lie hi
jFrom the Norfolk Virginian.
A SABBATH SLAUGHTER.
Che Doable Elurder of Tvo
- Defenceless Woman in
: SSansemond County.
THE WEAPON A WHITE OAK STICK.
A Saddening, Sickening Story.
Sottolk ; Va.. June I. -1873. This
morning, in ? that section, of our counrty
known as the Cypress,
i A MOST HOREIBLX UUBDXS
I And he
coald'nt get i living from the
er FORTY TEARS
tlVBR UEDICINE hprovedtobe the
the madder he got.
Iked to the stable.
And the longer he swor
And he rose and he W
lot. i i I
cbeat Unfailing specific Andlu0i to :fn to connehere and
for pur a CourtxiKT and its painful offspring,
DrSPfiFblAi VUsaTlVATlVX, Jaundice.
IJiliious atUcka, SICK HEADACHE, Colio,
I)9presiion of Spirit, SOUK STOMACK, Heart,
turn, CHILLS AND FEYER, Ac., Ac.
Aler years of eareful erperimeots, to meets
great and argent demand, we now produce from
our original Genuine Fowdcrs
' 2X23 rXLHPAHSD,
T.'lnM fnrm nf SIMIIftK'S LIVKR RRfirL
LATOlt, containing all its wonderful and vL M" scratching a living
usble properues, ana oner ii in i uoagm j-
OTtn DOtliAll BOTTIiOS. uec f' la Afl"?'
Tbe powdersv(pricea4 before,) 1.00 pr. package.
ftent )y uiau... UUi
V ! iy CAUTION !
, Boy no Powder or PREPARED SIMMONS
LIVE it REGULATOR unices in oar engraved
vrepper, with Trade mark, Stamp and Signa
tare unbroken. None other is genuine.
! J. II. ZEILIN &rCQ.,
A . A Macon, Oa. and Philadelphia.
FOtt 8ALI; BY TDEO. F. KLUTTZ.
Veb. 20tt. ' v Salisbury N.C.
d, that was brought :7fTTT JTK Ta
i c u u r. a. j uukogwn iuo iu or
der ot the estimable wife ef Mr. Dempsey
Jones, and bis sister, Mrs. Dozier. The
particulars, as ascertained at this writing,
are these : Mr. Jones bad gone ar few
miles from home into North Carolina to
visit a friend. His daughters, about 10
o clock, as usual, three in number, went
to Sunday school at the church not more
than one half mile distant from and in
sight of, their home. Mrs. Jones and
Dozier remained at home. IVot another
living soul saw left there, for no one
neither black, nor white, except the family
lives on the premises.
1 he youngest of the daughters left th
Sunday school a little earlier than the
rest, and went home between 11 and 12
o'clock, having been absent about one
hour aud a half. A lady and gentleman,
friends of the family, went with her. A
soon as they arrived at the front gate this
IAnd he drove by a bonui whre man nam- I daughter jumped out of tbe buggy and
ed Brown, j' I I ran into the house to tell her mother that
lady and gentleman had come to dine with
been reading was on the noor near her.
The murderer, being barefooted, and hav-
ug gotten some of the blood . on hi fct,
- LIFT HIS titACX3
on' the stairway and in one room. lie
warned money, ana naming cise, it would
seem, for h did not take the jewelry that
ue found in tbe trunks and drawers no:
piece. He secured Mr. Jones' Docket-
book, which had only a few, dollars iu it
and no valuable nor important naDers.
One of Dozier's bureau drawers, in which
she had a little money and all her bond
ore., was not opened, though the attempt
to open it was made. Everything showed
that the patty was in a great hurry. No
one was seen going to or from the house
aboatthe time the murder was committed,
although many were passing to and from
Ll L . .I.. .
cuurcu nor urns any out iuo augntest evi
dence against any particular person come
to light.' - 1 he affairs created so jnncu ex
citement and 'the event was so unusual,
that our people have not yet ceased to
manifest the deepest solitude and the one
desires to see the murder caught and
NO. 39. WHOLE NO, 870
For to emigrate somewhere where the land
was rich, -.1 j "
And to quite raising cock -burs, thistles and
- S1CQ, ;i ! I
And wasting their time on barren land.
So him and Tom they hitched up the moles.
Protesting that folks. wre mighty big fools.
That'ud stay in North! Carolina their lifetime
when all of them
By the time yoa could
note left for him by bis son in his breat
pocket. The following is a cod v Of the
note : ,
I Thru O'clock.
I want to try and settle some family
rattlers. .Call at: tbe Sturtevant House
after an hour or two. If I am not there
I will leave word at the office. i
Sigued, I F. H. Wal'worth.
NEW JURY LAW IN ILLINOIS.
OLD THINGS , PASS!NQ AWAY.
A simultaneous movement seems to be
making throughout the world againet con
vents, monastries, end other places of re
sort for the religions drones of christen,
dom Such establishments are beiajr brok
en up, as they ought to be, everywhere.
In Mexico convents have beet, abolished
bat the religious communities who were
thus ousted established themselves in pri
vate booses. Only a day or two ago the
State of Mexico had a number of mouks
Within a year or, two past, the respeeta- d nQD arretted and punished for main-
taming improper relations witn eacu otner
in these booses. The gross immoralities
known to exist in the priories of Italy
have long attracted the attention of man
kind, ana have recently become the sub
ject of debate and investigation in the
Roman Parliaraeut, ia which body a bill
is now pending looking to the abolish
ment of all religions houses. And in Ger
many .4Lhe monastic brotherhood Lave
fallen adder the ""evil eye of Bismarck,
ble press of the country, and all sensible
people, have scouted the idea that a man
all the other conditions being 'saiie-
factory was not qualified to serve aji a
juryman because he had read the-testimony
in a ease as delivered before a Coro
ner's Jnry wlueh la always tx parte, or
becanne he had formed an opinion anon
the allegations of fact as thus presented.
if baa -mattered "nothing if- eneh k an
has assured the court that hi impression
uuw HJME Or TIIK GREAT ED
ST 4 era ci ite . . '
ivua o i au lr D LIFE.
Raymond was the son of a small farm
,'and in his early youth saptiorted Lii.
self by teaching a district sshooL i Be4
nett's, arriving in ihic-eosntij) friendless
and penniless, also earned his bread ia
Halifax by teaching. In his rst atrug
gles, Greeley was likewise a teacher, ia
rue tic regions of Vermont, as Jasaes Brok
wa at i6, in the rural district of Maine.
So the members of the quartette all hal
some experience in school teaching before
they found their vocation : in journalists.
Thurlow Weed was as much self made sU
any of them, and at the outset of Lie career
cbin boy onthe HadsoQ river, bet
soon broke into a printing ofSce by the
irresistable law of his destiny.
where cotton would
plant it in the land.
Wasi living, not far from the edge of the
And he bantered Brown for to buy his place
And said that seeing that money was skace
And seeing as sheriffs were hard to face.
Two dollars an acre would get the land.
i .i ;A r !
They closed at a dollar and fifty cents.
them. She found
THE FROST DOOR LOCKED.
but immediately ran around and entered
through a' back door, which she fouud
open, all tbe while a merry mood, and
And Jones he bought: fcijn wagoo and tent, wholly innocent of what haB happened
us womaa, ana ,n ti nhnr ;mA unn ... . l.oin
And get Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Books f of any kind you want; Histories,
Biographies,- Masie Books, Music Novels of
the best authors ; Blank Books, Albums of
the most stylish kind; Stereoscope! and
Views ; School Books, all kinds in general
nse, Rlates, Inks, Writing Paper of the best
quality ; Wall Paper and ; Window Shades,
in great variety, Masie Teachers for vocal.
Pianos, Banjo, violins dee.
A CT02L2) TO gARTYTTlXm.
Bay a few dollars worth of books erery
year for your sons Htul hamland take a good
newspaper, they will work better and be more
cheerful. Try it.
A WOOD SO r AXIXvZSZtS 3027S.
You bare something to be proud 'and to.
boast of. The farm is the keystone to every
Industrial .pursuit. When it succeeds all
prosper; when it fails, all flag. Don't think
you can't be a great man because you are
the son of a farmer. Washington, Webster
and Clay were farmer's sons, but while they
toiled they, studied. So do ye. Buy a good
book,' one at a time, read and digest it, and
. Call and see me and look over books.
And loaded his corn, and
truck, ' I !
And moved to Texas ii which it took.
His Cntire pile withthe best of luck.
To get there arid get him a little land.
But Brown moved out on the Jones farm.
And he rolled up bis breeches and bared his
And he pieked all the rocks from ofFn the
- grouud. j A
And he rooted it up and plowed it down.
And sowed his cofd aud wheat ia the land.
i ; i
Five years glid by, land Brown, one day.
Who bad got so rtfnt be wouMad t weigh)
Was a aittiag down sorter lazily.
I To th grandest dinner you ever did see.
When one of the children o his knee.
Arid says. "Yon'S Juus, which you bosgkt
Hi U.ii, : j !
i "'l ' !
And there was Jones, standing out at the
Afeuee, : j
And he had ao wagon, nor mules, or tents.
For he had left i exas M a foot and eorae
To North Carolina to se if he eould'nt get
Employment, and he; wis looking humble as
I if be had never owned any land
i a i i
But Brown be asked him, in and he sot.
she had .been absent. On into the house
she went, and soon came upon the bodies
of her mother aud her aunf, lying on the
floor. Her; first thought was that they
were asleep, but, before she opened her
mouth te tell her mother Of their friend?,
she discovered that they were lying cold
in death, where the assassin had executed
his hefarioaa and diabolieal plan to murder
What a convulsion of feelings she must
have experjenced-from the cheerful, inno
cent aud bdpy, to the heart-rending feel
lugs efae gave vent to ia the wildest shrieks
and cries were heard at the church, and
soon a croerd of friends were there, but.
alas ! too late to catch the muderer. The
eldest daughter fainted when sue beard
the' news, and for a long time her recovery
was doubtful. Mr. Jones soon returned,
and later iii the day many from Suffolk
were to lond assistance to the large nam
ber of men eearching the houses and
countay for sailes around for the executor
of ; , j .
THE ULOODT DEED.
Arrest and Confession of tlte Murderer
X Apprthensions of Lynching.
Suffolk, Va., June 4.
Jim Brovn, tbe negro supposed to be
guilty of the Jones murder, was captured
last night about 7 o'clock by Dr. T. E
Cropper aid Mr. Robert R. Smith, of on
town. He arrived here in charge of i
strong guard, about twelve o'clock last
night, and was lodged in jail.
Great credit is due Mr. Smith and Dr.
Cropper fcr the untiring energy and strat-
t-gy displayed in enecting tne capture.
No other arrests have yet beeu made.
Jim Brown, the negro committed to
jail last night npon sujpician of being
guilty of the murder of Mrs- Jones and
Mis. Dozier, confessed the crime to the
sheriff of the county and others, toiday
at 1 o'clock, P. M.
He says he killed them unaided ; that
one blow killed Mrs. Jones, as supposed.
He says he told Mrs. Jones he wanted
money ; he admits that he was barefooted,
and said he had been himself on the gal
lows a year ago. He was at the funeral
and burial of his victims. He has Uld
where the missing pocket-book can&e
It is thought there is danger of his be
ing lynched. )
ini otatx ilmrti TT r3.Mii.
Reporter, remarkslhejt lheWTd mZ'W
are being qrietlr. bat rapidly oliaXii ta
eonld be removed by rebutting testimony, j who will not rest until be has banished the Chester and other parts of the State,' and
ana mat ne could try the case fairly .on it wuoiecreea irom ineir pieces or rmirmeni a; as : i i
merits ; he has been and is in this State In country there are but few conventf, What does this mean ? If i Is propos
al tbe present time -invariably rejected. nd their number is iwt liktly to increase, ed to organite the militia in pirsmanceif
Tn Tllinnia tVi nonnla li.va ik. as the reliriotia zeal of American rlri- t r o. . , . . T
; 7 ' . . "w"'"w"w .t " j lD"mo loc ny tot iaf a
ture of that State has just passed a jury sive rather than ihepaesivcandcontempla
law, which declares that : i live form. Wehavemany religious, realuts
It shall not be a canse of challenge that I wfao devote their lives to the service of the
tne Jra, Dut luey do not siiut tuemeeivcs
closisters. They rather
a juror nas read in the newspapers an
account of the commission of the crime
with which the prisoner is clarged, if
snch juror shall state on oath that he be
lieves he can render an impartial verdict
according to law and the evidence; and
provided, further, that in tbe trial of any
criminal cause tbe fact that a person
called as a juror has formed an opinion
up in closisters. lhey rather socle to
make themselves shining lights to the ret
of the world ; beautiful examples of piety
and goodness ; hard laborers in the Lords's
vineyard. 1 hey do not hide their light
nnder a bushel ; do not pine away in dis
mal shades ot dreary cloisters. The wo
man who becomes a chriitain devotee in
or impression bassed udoo rumor, or noon our country, plays the part of the Samari-
newspaper statements (about tbe truth ot ian na 18 irue s'sier or cnaruy, wnoee
omy convent if, in tne language ot one oi
the departed saints of the Old World, Mthe
house of sickness ;. her only cell a hired
lodging ; her chapel, tbe parish church ;
which he has expressed no opinion), shall
not disqualify him to serve as a juror in
such cause, if he shall upon oath stale
that he can fairly and impartially render
a verdict therein in accordance with the
law aud the evidence, and the Cout shall
be satisfied of tbe truth of the statement.
The law goes further than this, and
provides that jurymen ''must be inhabi
tants of the town or precinct wherein
they are to serve ; they mnrt be between
i the ages of twenty-one and sixty years ;
they must possess their natural faculties
and not be infirm and decrepit : they must
be free from all legal exceptions, cf fair
ber cloister, the streets oi the city, er the.
wards of the hospital: her only wall.
obedience ; her grate, the fear of God ; ler
veil, modesty. Religious houses for idle
men and women, are relics of a barbaric
era, and should pais away with the efiVte
things of by-gone ages. Charlotte Observer.
general order from the Adjutant Oeneral
office requiring cit:xeos within the prescrib
ed ages to come forward and enroll lb era -selves
! Why enlist and organize the ne
groes exclusively t Is it proposed to repeat
the history of the past I We rememUr
verjr well to have seen a company of ne
groes marching through the streets of this
town in the fall of 1670brandlehjng their
Winchester rifles in the faces of the while
people, and shooting; "Here's your Reg,
lators." It may as well be understood it
once that the world has moved since that
time, and that such a scene could not be
re-enaeted without somebody getting hurt.
it, however, the object is to iuve a forte
prepared to send to the Northwest thSs
sumnvr to fight the Sioux Indians, we
Lave no more to say.
Hiih down to his victua
And when he filled himself and floor.
Brown looked at him sharp and rose and
' swore, -; t
i Thawhether men's lsnd was rich or poor.
1 here was more In
j Was in the land.:"
s smoking hot.
jthe man than there
THE FARMERS' CONVENTION.
The Convention of the agricultural in-
terests which met! in Indianapolis last
week was a truly representative body. It
was a meeting of; farmers, and not of poli
ticians. They assembled to do certain
work, and they! did I it. Elsewhere we
print an abstract of jthe proceedings of the
body, which we understand was composed
of the best material to be found in tbe
rural population pf burl country, famed for
I its honesty, respectability and intern
themselves gave the
THE WALWORTH MURDER.
Mansfield Tracy Walworth, was killed
i l.: : v v..u t l :L
uy ins euti in new iur& i usunjr uiuiiiu.
Mr. Walworth was a sen of Chancellor
Walworth and residing in this city, the
remainder of his family living at Saratoga
Springs. He called at his father's board
ing house last night in Fourth Avenue,
and not fiuding him left a note asking biub
to call at the Sturtevant bouse thin morn
ing and see him. The father called at
the hotel where his son was stopping and
went up stairs. In about 15 or 20 minutes
afterwards several shots were heard corny
ing from the room, by one ot the Camber;
What to do ix Case of Accidixt.
Professor Wilder, of Cornell Uuiversity,
character, sound judgement and annroved gives the following short rules for action
r m n re. i -
integrity ; and they must be well inform
ed generally, and understand the English
language." San Francisfo Morn ing Call.
The name jthey
meeting is the National Agricultural Con
gress. A betterjone could have been se
lected. It was in truth more a gathering
TJpto this time he is unknown, although I maids, who ran down stairs and informed
two or three negroes are held in custody
upon very slight suspicion, to await farth
er developments. Every effort is being
put forth to bring the assassin to justice,
many having actively watched and search
ed all day yesterday, and all last night,
without stopping to sleep, and still they
are at work.
Inasmuch as the first daughter to return
home, was absent not more than one hour
and a halfthe deed was done within that
time and certainly soon after her departure
to Sunday! school, as the ladies were cold
wheu she returned. The murderer, there
fore, must have been somewhere secreted
THE NEW BISHOP.
A Jocral Extra, issued yesterday,
before uoon, anuounced the election of
Rev. Theodore Lyman, D. D., of Trinity
Chnrch, San Francisco, as assistant Bish
op of the Episopal Diocese in this State.
There are some facts, however, since as
certained, w hich we give here, the tele-
in cases of accident, which will be found
usefal to remember :
For dust in the eyes, avoid rubbing;
dash water in them ; remove cinders, etc.,
with the round point of a lead pencil.
Remove water frnm ihe ear by tepid
water ; never put a haul inrtrument in the
If any artery is cut, compress above the
wound ; if a vein is cut, compreas below.
If choked,;get op. all fours and cough.
For slight burns, dip the par; in cold
water; if the skiu rs destroyed, cover with
Smother a fire with carpets, etc.; water
A Balloox Trip to Eceope, Pre
lessor John Wise and W. H. Donaldson,
twoexperienced and well-known .Tronauts,
propose to take the balloon' voyage tf
which so much has been said and so little
done. The Boston Board of Aldermen
have responded to a petition from them,
and made an appropriation of $3,000 to
aid them in fitting out their serial ship, Jn
which they will start dYom toe Common
in that city on the 4th of July. The
gentlemen intend taking two other persons
with them, and through the co operation
of the Frauklin Institute in Philadelphia,
eipect to secure the services cf two scien
tific men. Professor Wise basea his reason
for undertaking this perilous -passage dn
the following theories : At: a certain
height above the earth there a'eontinoots
air current, or tide setting from west o
eat, caused mainly by theUentrifsgWl
force generated by the re volution of the
earth on its axis, and that this current
moves at the rate of from sixty to 100
miles per booi. Thus be expects to reach
the clerk. The clerk immediately sent
out for an officer, but before he artiveo,
Frank Walworth had walked down stairs
with his coat on his arm and startd to the
clerk that he had shot his father, and ask-
ed where the. nearest police station was.
After receiving the desired information he
went to the telegrsph office and sent off a
dispatch to (lis "Uncle at Saratoga telling
him what he had done, and asking him to
break the news as gently as possible to
his mother before she should hear of it iu
. M W a W
anv other way. iie then proceeded to
30th street police station and walking up
to the desk, stated to tbe Sergeant in
taken at 9:80 o'clock, on Friday
night. Tbe nomination was immediately
submitted to the lay delegates, who con
curred by a vote of 27 Parishes - ia favor
against 7 against it. There was a con
siderable difficulty experienced in making
a selection. The Celcrical body lu the
Diocese numbers 46 and of ibis it requires
24 to nominate. After an entire day spent
iu balloting?, ruling's, efforts to adjourn,
&c, a selection was finally made The
contest was mainly between tbe friends of
Dr. Lyman and of Rev. A. A. Watson,
ID D., of this city. Dr. Watson ranged
fas high as 21 votes, having at several
On the pretnisea awaiting the departure of charge that he had shot his father, who
mm . . I . I . T .1 X . . . . A
all or the : post of the family, and the
whole affair shows conclusively that the
gram being in connection wiih proceedings
in the Convention on r nday last.
Dr. Lyman was nomiuated by the Cleri- wjU often spread burning oil and increase England in two days, at the" most, from
cai aciegaies on iqe 41st oauoi, wuicn the danger. -Hefore passing through tne time ox sUrUng.
smoke take a long breath, and then stoop
low ; but if carbolic acid is suspected,
Suck poisoned wounds unless your
mouth is sore. Enlarge the wound ; or,
better, cut out the part without delay;
hold the wounded part as long as can be
borne to a hot coal or end of a cigar.
Iballotts received 20 voles.
withdrew his name, -however, although I rjose and moath projecting
here were eight Parishes which continu
ed to vote for hhn, even after that. Wil
Proposed Union of the Northern ao?
Southern Presbyterian Churches.' Det
this paper be preserved by tbse who feel
it a duty to examine the subject with care.
It is not one to be disposed of by silence,
neither should it be judged of, hastily and
rashly. It lays a solemn obligation upon
as all to do nothing on the one hand that
would juatly offend -against the law of
Chrtstian charity, or "the generation of
acids while of egg is good tLe "ghteous, whether North or Soatb;
. In 'a case of opium poison- and t0 be crfu' on ihe other;hand notto
be moved an inch from any right position
onr church has heretofore taken and main
tained. There are sometimes "rlitterinr
ities" qoite captivating to "unite
I case of poisoning, excite vomitting
by tickling the throat, or by warm water
For acid poisons, give alkalies
in most cases. In a case ot opium poison
ing, give strong coffee, and keep moving.
If in water, float on the back, with the
THE WOMAN OF VIENNA.
murderer was familiar with the house, etc.
He entered a side door, which opened
back against the wall in such a way as to
leave a triangular corner behind it.
was then lying dead in tbe aturtevant
house, at the same time handing over his
revolver which proved to be one of Colt's Vienna Correspondence St, Lonia Democrat.
o oarreiiea. i ur. Aiarsn muse au eaaini-
Foranonlerv. raiaa the hpid and hodv : generalities quite captivating
for fainting, lay the person flat. ble minds," which seem to mean a good
.mm. desl, but may be found when searched
STRANGE FREAKS IN DEVELOP- through to mean nothing to the purposi.
MENT. It may be proper to mention that though
A curious instance of belated develop- "u.r ""y uiu no aojourp tin aooui
nation of the body and fonnd there four
bullet wound?, one in each breast, one in
the right side of the face, the ball lodging
in the brain; the fonrth in the right arm.
was a firA nlr.i nn thn Aide nf wTi!!i inat I hrenkin? it. i Th&'follo winfr ia the Dfiaon-
of select delegates thaO a congress.'The t tbe the 'door, sat Mrs. Jones, while on I er's story as told to the coroner in answer to
I . i I : . . I L -J: i : I . m I .i.i. t i
NBAR THE DOOR.
COME TO THE
latter word is rather odious to Americans
than otherwise at 'this time. We shall
therefore call the body the Farmers' Na
tional Convention, t
l-in mis convention jtwenty-tour states
were represented.) - from Vermont to
And Get a Good Picture.
We will gif e you a. good picture or not let
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the other side away from the sat Mrs;
Dozier. Qu step inside the door placed
the murderer by Mrs. Jone'sside Behind
the door was a piece of .white oak wood
about one or two feet long, and about as
Questions put by that eentleman : 1 reside
Jk sv V W
wiih my mother iu Saratoga, my father
having parted from her some years ago.
My father is an author, and I have been
studying law. I think my father is about
larfft an n man's arm tiavin thn Karlr nn 111 vpara nld. hut dn not know where he
Gftorgu, embracing some ninety societies, j one side of it. It was placed there in the was born. My father has not lived with
with one hundred and fifty delegates. To " morning by a small boy who had brought my mother since we. left here three years
show the immense power of this agricul- j it j,, witbr other wood. With this Mrs. ago. but he has repeately sent us th.eat-
tural movement it will! only be necessary
to quot from the' secretary's report. Ac
cording to this there are already ten thou
sand agricultural associations in the coun
try, with a memherahippf 400,000 farmers.
Twothirds of t,hese societies h4ve beeu
fprmedxin the Iat sir mouths. '
In the proceeditigsj we notice many
things that are of interest to farmers only;
such as meteorology, the modes of culti
vation horticulture j etL The one greU
topic, however,! bf current general interest
was iuo suiycci or cpeap ana prompt
transportation.-j On his question the
farmers took a 'decided position. They
claim that rates of feight tariff should be
reasonable, and;they issert ihe power of
Congress to regulate theae where the line
runs through more ! than one State and
wheu such line U dispcsed to charge ex
i While ignoring polit esfor the present,
if their demands are t ot complied with,
the farmers will undoubtedly "take a
hind" in the reat p olitical contests of
the future. It is signilicant that both of
the existing pajrtiea are coquettiBg with
them, w;th a view to securing their po
f ui aid.
Jones was struck not more than one or ening and insulting letters. It is only a
two licks on the side of her head, which short time ago since he threatened to shoot
completely parted her skull all around, my mother and myself. 1 shot him be-
With onejhand at the side of her face and cause of this note. Long ago I met him in
the other t her side, she was fouud lying the street in Saratoga and I then told him
beeide the chair iu which she was sitting that if he did not keep away from u.i, or
when struck, her nosition indietinr tht insulted my mother any more I would
sne mustfuave been.
f The curre of this country at present is
the controlling ihflucnce in legislation of
I KILLED INSTANTLY.
Her pocket was torn from her dress and
her keys taken oat and 'used to opcu the
varions drawers about the house. So she
was found with tbe clotted blood from her
head on the floor where she lay. In it
pieces off the wood were found, several
shoot him. 1 told him mat there were
bounds which I would not allow any man
to go beyound with impunity, especially
when my mother was being insulted. I
went to his house yesterday and left a
note for him to call on me, which be did
this morning. When he came in the room
I drew out my pistol and told him to
a M . 1 .
promise me tnat he wouia not tnreaten
You cai see crowds everywhere, and,
perhaps, as splended equipages, saddle
horses and toillets in other places, bat no-
Where else yoa can the women so tall,
j stately and robust, mantled with that rich;
ness of color and gladness of expression
which are tbe products of a fine physical
organization. They are, for the most
part, decided blondes or decided brunetts
Uermans or Magyars but they all
setaa to be cast in the same large mold,
and invested with the same maguificence.
In the vitality and affluence of tbier charms
andhbe scale of their amplo suture, they
eeeqt to b3 the very Women that pray,
smile er dance on the warm and glowing
canvass of Rubens. This implies and is
meat to imply, that their beauty is not
of the fiuest order. In that respect our
owu 'fair countrywomen are, I honestly
belief e, unrivaled ; but on the other hand,
they re inferior in physique to tbe Aus
train (dames. 1 bey may speak purer Ger
man i'p Dressden and Hanover, and the
German cnlius may have no unpolluted
sbrineout of Berlin, but undoubted it is
in Vienna that German womanhood at
tains the highest physical perfection.
meat has occurred in.Cnway, N. H. It
is that of a mau who was born au invalid.
At ten be could neither walk nor talk.
At that time, anparenily idotic. he begin
to walk on his toes. Losing his balance
one day, he fell down, striking his head,
when he cried out "Bamp !" This was the
first and only word he was known to speak
until be was nearly twelve. Then be
tumbled over agaip, and again cried out
"Bamp!" After this he talked, freely.
As soon as he betan to talk, be could
read nearly as well as other children of his
age. He is now in trade in company with
his brother, aud is doing most of the work
of the store. Whether he keeps up his
mental culture by occasionally falling
down an crying oat "Rump 1" we are not
thirty-six hours after tbe action referred
to bad Lftn takes by tbe Acsemblyjat
Baltimore, yet no information wbateter
was received concerning it. jjTke sLsie
mcnt, therefore, circulated faran4 wideim
the newspapers, that it wax coldly receiv
ed, is like msny others which somebody
fabricates, but for which nobody seems
responsible. Central Presbyterian.
pices in her hair, and the piece of wood I or insult us any more, which he promised1.
eoverea wun niooa ana placed again be- Shortly after we be?an speaking on fami
v i mf O
hind the door.
Mrs. Dozier received many blows upon
the top of her head with same, or a like
instrument, which crushed her skull into
so many pieces that the whole could be
raised aha moved about by raising the
scalp by jthe hair. Her arm was broken,
her shoulders severely bruised, and ber
finger ripg broken and mashed into the
fiuger appn which she wore it. Her keys
were not taken from ber pockets, her spec
tacles were left on the window beside
ly matters and he used some very insult
ing language, and put bis hand in his pock
et as though to draw out a pistgl when I
shot him. He then came towards me and
I fired three other ''shots at him.. When I
fired the last shot at bim be had me by the
collor. I only regret this on account of
the effect it will have on my family. I
wnnld like for Judge Barbour to know
this as he was interested in the caso before.
The Doctor did not find any pistol in
Accotding to ihe late decision of the
Prehistoric man and the antiquity of
the earth are themes that engage the time
of some of our ablest students of science,
themes the discussion of whieh afford in
terest even to a large number of readers
who have little or; no acquaintance with
science. Sir John Lubbock, a leader in
this particular school, writes to Nature,
the London periodical, that he has receiv
ed a letter detailing a discovery near the
Dardanelles of whst Mr. Calvert, tbe
discoverer, regards as conclusive evidence
Tho American ssys tbe Old Whig par
ty was a glorious old party, whose head
was Clay, Webster, Macon,1 and other
shinning patriots and statesmen white
principles were a Constitutional Unitn,
purity of the ballot box, integrity of offi
cials, protection to home industry, and
the welfare of the whole people. That
thejlepubliean party sprang from the bid
whig party ice
Brother Drake is centainly poking fad
at b s new brothers. If he will only point
oat a single one of the above principles
that the radical party practices, we are
ready to jine 'em. As Henry Ward Beech-,
er would profanely says it wee a d I of
a long jump that radicalism (took w&en
it sprang from the old big party.
The Wosdtrs of Axstria. de.
majority of the United States Supreme of the existeneeof man during the Miocene Smith, of London, in his digging into
Court iii the habeas corpus case, "it upon period. Mr. Calvert, who Sir John states tbe ancieat site of the once great city of
the applcatiou for tbe writ it appears that is ao entirely competent person, met wiih Nineveh, bas unearthed the recent missing
the party alleged to be illegally restrain- a fragment of a bone, probably belonging fragments of the old Assyrian record of
-A Af hiatlibert v ia held under the authori- either to the dinotherium or a mastodon, the Deluge : and, better still. He has foand
tv. or claim or color of the United States I on the convex side of which is engraved a library ia stone of an Assyrian King.
by an officer of that government, the writ a representation ox a nortrea quaarupea i nus,auer tne ispseoi mousaaas oi years
should beref used" by tbe State Judge, "with arched neck, lozeorshaped chest, the secrets of tbe mighty nations and pW.
This, if construed by a corrupt official, long body, straight fore-legs and broad pie of the past are coming to light as.
-i.l un rari tn nrk nrion ininrr And frt in ihe same stratum ne has also l tor instance, in the iate atscovene; in
even tbe most guiltless
which shf sat, and the newspaper she had I the pocksta of the deceased, bat foand the
fonnd a flint flake, and several bones I Jerusalem aud Cvorua. and ia the but led
SI WSJ VIMVfiW - sj - 9 a 0 ST i
citizen. It &s not difficult to show a "color broken as if or the extraction of marrow, I ruins of the Temple of Diana a ad aseiept
of authoritf. and this -done, an innocent This discovery would not only prove the I Troy, and now in these Assyrian -treasures.
man must be deprived of his liberty, aa I existence or man M Miocene times, bat oi I Best of all, tnat soua oia dooi, tne Die,
no eourt wiH be allowed to hear his case. I men who had already made some progress, I comes out of all these tests like gold ffom
Memph isA tola nche.
at least, in tLit.Star.