ticulars of a murder which was committed in that neighborhood on Sunday night, 12th inst:
It seems that, on the night above alluded to, several persons had congregated at the house of John Isom, among the rest a certain Robert Glidewell, who professed to be in love with Miss Sue, the daughter of Johnston.
Glidell and the a foresaid Sue having been missed, and the impression gotten up that they were n roats for the "Auld North State," produced some noise and bustle e in the family.
Tobias Taylor, quite a youth, was accused by John om of having been guilty of writing letters for his daughter Sue, though Tobias could not even write his name, yet the old man continued to ab him and very soon assaulted him with kicks — Then James Taylor, his older brother, came forward and attempted to shield his brother by preventing the old man from following him up; the old man, in this time, had gotten hold of his gun, which James caught, or prevented him from using it. All at this time were get