Suicide Mr. Elisha Thomison
I Sticiac 77- pl.ue, ah klieved, , aused by .- . u ne 1. it. i iend reti-' ; Wo reirret to learn that tstisou. liviiiir six miles it '; lif 1 t on Hie, iiiciiesier iii end to his owii existenil J'riday mornUig, by liangin Seine month or two sine cha-ed a tract of land in' tl of Winchester, the title tt w.as afterwards reported am was not good. The shock this intelligence, gave his fi soni it. Mistiect that Jus flint V Was i i ' shattered. Kecently, how .and cue, it was thought, 1 or . suite restored him. L: morning, as was his custom il.out dav-lidit. Nothing served, that could betray tl ,.n,u , ino.l Stum ho we'nt out. as 4 " . . .1 ...... tv.-.i siitniosei . to- neriorm some, on M . . , i . f! tho duties incident to a larm. Jlis sH,y being more protracted jtlian ri EUahq iV.itn il.i I , l-.i.i.l lint load, I'llt , on last , he pur- : vicinity ; vjr, time iirlv ul no Friday - i he arose ; was purpose al, fear were ciHcrtained as to his safety, and on scinch being made, he wasjound dead, suspended by a rope passed around the neck, and fastened to a rafter in tho fhuck pen. In his death, the county has lost an old citizen, whom to know was to esteem.