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Nov21 f 46
SFOR T E S
3EACTUBED BY THE CELEBRA
sm Sith, -Atlierton & Co.,
* EW'YORK CITY.
cr would respectfully inform th
of Edgefield and vicinity, that h
elf at I. 31. SINGER & CO'.
1-2 Broad Street,
y,~fir producing Ls.
makers. While at the sam
or these Elegant It strnment
are usualhr dor iuforio:
ts will bo offered at great bar
Piano fully warraetIr for an:
etfully invited to tall ant
J. JENNYS, Agent.
nnys will be in attendance t(
6, 189 tf 45
H UB BAR D,
, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD
EV DES TION
AUG U 4,GA.
N, Edgefteld C. H.,
., 1859. ly ;
Cxieuralgia, Pain In the 3a
eervous).and in fat for
%t ilnable; try it, all you 1
od sufferers. If it atop s
tnutes, do not beastarmn
,r sale by R. L. G E
and Hudson A Cogbu
E.--Tolled before we
rg two miles North
te Martin Town Roadl
S ULE, a' iied to
oars old, twelve hands hi1
\e hite hairs over his rig
, thirty dollas.
.e4 M. ItARRI80N, M.E.D
\.~ ..4tm 4 i
't this Ofico a pair ofspE
thdlbwnerecan get by provi
!for this advertisemmnt.
% Ins of the
. oot quality, with 10 inch Saws, delivered at
any Rail Road landing in the State, at $2,00 per
Saw. for particulars address
J. M. ELLOTT,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Air- Pnmium awarded at the State Fair, Nov.
April 13. 1859 SM 14
State of South Carolina,
I COMXON PLEAS.
J. J. L. Partlow, )
vs. , For Attachment.
H. T. Farmer. S
T HE Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
this day filed his Declaration in my Ofice, and
the Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on
whom copies of said Declaration with rules to plead
and the Dtenuas... . 2.
ney known to reside within the limits-of this Stato, c
on whom copies of said P......ra..>vu with rules to t
plead can be served. (- ,vtion of Y--. Va
grath & Wright, Plainta - .ney. - .d,
that said Dofendant appear and picad to ...nd De
laration within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or final and absolute judgmznt will be gi*
en against him.
THOMAS G. BACON, c.c.a.'.
April 3t. ly. 17
State of South Carolina,
ED GEFIELP DISTRICT, ,
S. S. BOYCE,
v-s. . Foreigna Attachmsent.
T HE Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
this day filed his Deelaration in my Office, andi
the Defendant having neither wife nor AttorneyJ
known to reside within the limits of this State.
on whom copies of said Declaration with rule to
plead can be served. On motion of Messrs. Ma
grath &; Wright, Plaintiff's Attorneys, ordered,
That said Defendant appear and plead to said De.
laration within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or final and absolute judgment will be
given against him.
THOMAS 6. BACON, C.C.E.D.
March 3rd, 1859.- ly 17
State of South Carolina,
John Quattlehum )
George M4. Wheeler.)
TrHE Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
this day filed his Declaration in my ollice,
and the Defendant having neither wife nor Attor
ney, known to reside within the limits of this State
on whom copies of said Decharation,. with rules to
plead can be served : On motion of Messrs... Lan
drum A; Moore, Plaintifa Attorney's, Ordered that
said Defandant appear and plead to said Deelara
tion within a year and a day from the date hereof,
or finaland absolute judgmnent will be given against
him. THOS. 0. BA CON, c. c. S. D.
October 12, 1859 ly 40.
IState of South Carolina,
IN EQUIT Y.
Y.~ virtue of an order of the Court in this cause,
DI will proceed to'-sell at the premises now oc
upied by Mrs. Permelia Abney, on the second
Monday in December, all the Personal Estate or
Mark Abney, deceased, not thse subject of litiga
tion in this suit, consisting of TEN LIKELY NE
WROES, and various other personalty.
Tus-A cre'dit of twelve months, with inter
est from day of sale, except costs, which must be
paid in cash. Purchaeers to give bonds with good
-ureties to secure the purchase money.
A. SIMK1NS, c.Ex..
Oot. 6, 1859 9te 3
LISEnAL IStDL'enMENTS TO AGEN5TS !
y Dollars a Month, and all Expen
lE wish to engage an active agent in every
County throughout the United States and
e, to travel and introdnee our NEW TW EN.
J achine 'is just patented, with valuabsle improve
mnents., wiech make it the cheapest and most popu
Iar machiue in existence, and acknowledged to be
uunurpa'ssi~ for general utility. A .limeited num
ber ot resp~nsible agents are wanted to solicit or
ders by san6!e, to whom a salary of $501 per month
and~ expenJa will bo paid. For conditions and
lfull partieuars addre's. with stnmp for return
- postage,. J. W. HARRIS & CO.
eka. i3 Shoe &; Leather Exchange,
- ov. 1fi, '8S 45
HEsubscriber takes this method of returning
by.'his thanks to his friends for their liberal sup
port duringj the prstycar, and.respectfully informns
atem and the pnblie generally. that ho still con
0tinues his FAMiLY GROCERY, and will al
ways keep on hand a COJIPLETE STOCK of
teverything in thne Gyocery line, to which he invites
the attention of the trading public. His terms are
rasonable, as ho is convinced that "a anmble
pnyin better Itha n a Smo Shilling.''
.Also on hand, a large stock of B00OTS A ND
SHOE S, for salo cheap.
hg THOMAS KERNAGHAN.
J.aam~ S- C..Jsn.6. 1859. 1y 53
UM, LEWIS JONES,
I H. BOULWARE,
P. M. NICHOLAS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
R,1 THEOPHILUS DEAN,
S. . MAY.
, I T. J. WHITAXER,
| W. F. DURISOE,
I DAVID BODIE,
o this day formed a Part
ACTICE OF LAW AND
name and style of LAhrinus
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
.13. tf 2
E-I" A T L W
ICITOR IN EQUITY.
oppsite the "
-- .. SSIst in theo
. at ur any outstanding business of the late
THOMAS P. MAGRATH,
Attorney- at Law.
Oct 12 itf 40
I AVING associated LOUDON BUTLER, Esq.,
with me in the practice of the Law, the bu
ess of my Office will hereafter be conducted in
he name of MAGRATH A BUTLER.
Attorney at Law.
Oct 12 tf 40
F3ARTNERSHIP NOTICE.--The under
Ssigned have formed a partnership for the
?RACTICE OF MEDICINE in all its branches.
?atients will be attended to by one or both with
t additional charge.
G. M. YARBOROUGH,
A. J. DOZIER.
Nov. 23 tf 46
ended by either or both without additional Uharge.
A. G. TEAGUE,
T. J. TEAGUE.
April 19th, 1859 tf 15
R J B COURTNEY will prompt
ly perform all work in the line
f Dentistry that may be entruated
him. He will take pleasure in waiting on those
esiring his services at their residenee if they will
tify him through the office at Edgefield C. H.
e will be at tho Villago Sale days and Court
eeks. Oet. 3rd ly 39
R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office formerly
ecupied by G. D. Tillman, Esq., and
nl be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 185 9tf 8
WOOLLEY TOWN EATS!
NEAR QRANITEVILLE, S.C.
jESPECTFULLY announces to .th citisens o
4. out Crolnaand the South a o hth
a niprepared to rurnish
s well made, of as good material, and on as rea
unable terms as can be found any where In the
gg Persons desiring further Information will
lease address me at Graniteville, 8. C.
Jan. 19, 1859 tf 2
omething Nice for the Ladies
PURE HAVANA PRESERVES,
, Consisting in part of
DUi DE PINAS,
o "' LEMONCILLOS,
" " HI0ACOS.
Aso,~ Finest Extracts, isL
K NI lEG,
S RASPBERRY, \
. 's..VANELLA, Ac.
.~ BOWERS, Agt.
Nov 7 tf. 4
Superinendantnat Livery Stables
IN REAR 0'wU. S. HOTEl1,
~AVING bought the'tables formerly occupied
by W, B. AR CHEr.-k CO., would be pleased
or all visitors to Augusta'to call and have their
horses WELL ATTENDE3 to. .
a .-avu ture comndo -~'-.
Always have on band HOR'ES, CA RRAGEl
and BUGGIES to bire as good as in the City.
Call and oblige yours.
No 3 WILLIAM E. SIKES.
N 23tf . 48
The Cheapest, Safetest and best Light
Will not expilode, and is safer than Candles.
KEROSENE OIL gives a light eleven thoueas'
si: hun'dredl and sixty-four (11,064) tiane
more intense than Sperm Oil.
To produce the same amount of light as fron
one gallon of Kerosene Oil at S1,40 per gallon
8 Gallons of Burning Fluid, at 75 etis. 8,01
22 Gallons of Sperm Oil, " 1,50 4,1
3' Gallons of Lard Oil, " 1,25 4,6
18 Pounds or Sperm Candles, " 45 8,1
45 Pounds of Tallow " '" 10 4,5
We have also in Store at moderate prices, Rer
oaene Lamps, which will produce a light equt
to three Sperm Candles, at the cost of one quarte
of a cent per hour. Call and see them.
H[. A N. E. SOLOMON.
=-.... I a Se sa te dO
BY NATTIE ERATH, OP KENTX
Chime out your praise,
S wee memo-7 bells,
Upon the leas of long ago,
With ploasure blossoms all agi
Up through the put land wit
Of beauty, and of joy serene
And through the aisles with sh
Peal out your solemn memory
Chime out your peals,
Sweet memory bells,
For days of shildhood fled awa
For frolices on the new mown ht
For bubbling laughter full of g
For all the young heart's jubil.
When, like the li6, from bud at
We draw life's sweets from ever.
Toll out your peals,
Sad memory bells,.
For opening graves and droppin
The loved and lost of other yes
The voices stilled:forever more,
Upon this fading mortal shore
- "Nands and quiet bret
Sweet memory bells,
With solemn voices, soft and low
Thus floating up from long ago,
The meinory bells will ever t 1'.
Within the ebaplets of the sod ;
And sweetly chime, or saddly Un<
With, joy of grief in undertone.
Kate and I sat by the hearth,
.Watohing the embers of the fire:
Her head was on my shoulder laid,
Her heart was drawn a little higl
I asked her just for one short kiss,
And felt my ears so fiercely hum:
She looked and blushed and softly
"Do it quick! my mother's comi
My arms around her then I flung,
And felt our hearts together beat
A smothered shriek-a little smack
Told of two souls together meeti:
-: va fled, and I enj'.'y,.
found the immorkal water. f-youth, so
.k,a,naslimnber an..'''-isky as a2 y<*
old steer, & in the futur ta" ~. of p
sez "go up old bawid hod" to me,.wi 1
o at the Perril of their hazzard indivi
ally. lie powerful happy. Heaps oifjo)
has desendid upon me to onet & I feel ik.
a bran now man. Suintimes I arsk mysei
"is it not a dream?" & suthin within my
sef sez "it air;" but whe~n I look at the:i
'eet little critters I know it is~ a realIl
t-2 reallerty's I may sai-k~ I f. -"
Tere's considerbul human ni
I returned from the Sumn
th my unparaleld show c
d livin wild Beests of Pra,
rt of this Munth. The pep,
lile met me cordully and
:menst restin myself with:
Te other nite while I wa
vurn rostin my shins agin t.
ie & amiazin the krowd with
aventurs, who shood cumi in
terrible excited but Bill Ei
, - L1lA Wotl IhpA.
p to your house."
Sez I, "Williami, how so?"
Sez he, " Bust my gizzurd, bh
oins," & then he larfed asi
Sez 1, risin and puttin on an a
William I woodnut be a to
But be kept on larfin till he
nthe face, when he fell over
buk whare the hostler sleeps E
mall voise sod, ' Twins I' I
enta that the grass didn't gro"
fet on my way homec, 6z I was
ethoosastie throng of my f
ms, who hurrard for Old 'V
op of there voises. I found
hok full of. people. Thare
quare Baxter and her three
darters, lawyer Perkinses wife
Riply, young Eben Parsnus, Di
uns folks, the Skoohnaster, L
dn, etsettery, etsettery.-Mis.
nthe west room, which jines t
is Square Baxter was miixin
dipper before the kitchin fire,
rmy of female wimmi were rus
rnd the house with bottles o
peaes of flangil, &c. I never -
ubbub in my natr 1. born dase
say, in the west room only a
rung up was my feelins,. so I
ad eased my dubbel barrild g
aberthy 'Al. "Sakes alive,
you doin ' & she grabd mnc by
aes. "What'-s the matter wi
e Twins, marm," sez 1, " twini
" I know it," sez she coveri:
with her apun. "titswnt
" Wall," sez I, "ta' ht
ter with me !".
" Wall put dowrn that air gun
ld fool," sed she.
" No, marm," sez I ' this is a
ay. The glory of this here
onfined to .Baldinsville by
n vonder wvoodshed," sed I, i.
elI 51p1 to miy full hite anud s
show actin voise, "will I fire
saloot!" saying whitch I tared
her grasp and rusht to the top
hare I blzed awaiy until
er's hired, man and moy sc
Juneyr. cum and took me do
R to the'KitEii Itiunrjuitt
le seated be4 the tire. a talk
,over. They made room fi
lown. " Quite a eppisode,
Jordin, litin his pipe with I
1, "2 eppisodes waing abou
coop de tat," sed the skool
is unum, in proprietor per
hinking Ide let him know I
irrin langwidges, as well as
m't a skool master.
mentious event," sed young
, who has been 2 quarters
mrd twins, called by that
!d I, " but spose its all rite.
oon have Wards enuff," eed
the .Baldinsville Bugle o
as lookin over a bundle of
rs in the corner, " to apply
- for a City Charter!".
-u, old marr!" sed.[, " giv
pickias place in the next
.klus," sod pretty Susan
rin her face with her knit.
fin like all possest.
:ny part," sod Jane Maria
i the crossests old made in
hink you all act like a pack
'Fasrdy, air yui'areti!
, I ain't."
'uasley, you never will be."
talkin & lariin until " the
)f nite when grave yards
troop 4th," as'ol I Bill
ee obsarves in. his draimy
d, esq or the Mral House
we broke up& disbursed.
fildren is a doin well; &
is the order of the d&y I
d if yule insurt the foller
Egji'odos has happened
ried's house, which is
reas ! like this stile, sade
iinale perswashun & both
to them inber.<; who did
7 sade Eppisodes ily hart
I do most hartily th'-nk
1' who,- under the im
- te fuss at my house on
. ite that there was a con
mi, kiuim galyiantly to the
retraned frum squirtin. .
frAn the Bottum of my
.e & sinse.
me to mend Iy
dA mectini huse
izzum teams with
rds the follerit in
. . . lee-MS quare
Baxter, wno .~.. :foosed to take a
sent fur a bottle of camfire; lawyer Per
kinses wife who rit sum ver.is on the Ep
>isodes; the Editor of Baldinsville Bugle
Liberty who nobly assisted me in wol
upin ily Kanger oo which sagushus little
cuss seriously disturbed the Eppisudes by
his outrajus screethins and kiekins up;
Mis lirum DoolittlN who kindly furnisht
sum cold vittles ait a tryin time when it
wasnutekonivenien~t to cook vittles at my
* :easleys, Parsunases & Wat.
are nmfny ax of kindntess.
yures, An-rEMUS WVARD.
~k in the Hog-Trough.
* 'e ago a friend sent mec word
* ,every day, nearly twenty
rimilk to a lot otf shoats, and
Jy improved a bit on it.
.is is a bireed of hotgs worth
must be of the sheet-iron
atlledl on him, heard himt re
uful tale. tad thent visited
order to get a closer view of
.is swmne,'i weani fo the lai
examination found a crack in
arough which njiuch of the
* way under the floor.
hiere is the ty pe of mnuch of
.nd misfortunes of our algri
iren. When I see a farmer
improvements because of a
Ug all his good farm stuck
. or railroad, or mortgaige
;himself and heire, thinks I,
* have a crack in your hog
3 a farmer subscribing for
>olitical and ilscellanieous
>ending all his leisure read
e he don't read i single ag.
oor mar., you have got a
crack in your hog-trough.
a farmer attending to all
counventions, and coming
with the dust ont all caucus
ring every man who vote.
yet to save his neck,ecould
President of the County
oeiety., or where the Fair
,ar, l'"unanimously' come
on that the poor soul has
uls hog trough.'
- farmer buying gTuano) but
mtd hien maniture, trying all
.i ments except intelleetual
yeonomny; gting the chol
* irdless uf cultivation and
-owing the variety of frail
irt Seedling," aind sweeten
:ar, potud for poud, keep.
Ids. rich and neat, while the
ergrown withi elder, briars,
~d thistle, contributing lib
jhoctaw.I~ndian Funid, and~
centt to anay Agricultual
a mian, I will give a writ.
ni~i got a crack both ini hi
n. farmer spending his time
risitintg int a carriage, whet
hscorni to pay his hired
- togs 'are so len that they
g ainst the fenice to sustai
. lbquealing, I raither leat
on that soitnebody that stays
tarea lien otn the thrmt, atnd
* bottom will comec enmtirely
" The Xrepressimie coudmes."
- The Ne'7i Hr erald, or Tuesday,
comes to us filled with .extaets. from
Northern papers and accounts of public
meetings, all breathing the warmest sym.
patky for old Ossawatomie Brown, md
the bitterest hatred of the South.
One of these meetin's-at Tremont
Temple, Boston-is reported as having
been large and enthusiastic. Mr. John
A. Andrew, who presided, thought it pro
per that the audience "should first unite
in a -solenm act of religious .worship,"
and to that end invited them -to join m'it
prayer with the Rev. Dr. Neale. That
reverwnd gentleman, after thanking his
Heavebhly Father for many' things, and
praying for guidance and counsel, con
We pray especially for him who has so
extensively excited tho public sympathy
and-approbation. We render thakns to
thee for-the.noble spirit of generosity and
df fidelity and of bravery which he has
manifested, and- his deep sympathy with
the opprese'd. . - We tharik thee that he. is
sustained inthe piesenit rfing hour by a
conscioushiesei of having aeted in accord
anec with hir, sense of obligation to God;
and we pray that he.may be sustained to
the last May he enjoy the light of thy
presence and thy sustaining power, and.a
hope full-of immor lily, looking forward
toga world ewhs!-risosi, no suf
The Chairmaji ,f thameeting, Mr/
John A. Andrew, explained its object. [a
the course of his remarks, he said:
John Brown and his companions in the
conflict at Harper's Ferry, those who fell
there and those who are to sufbr upon
the seatffold, are victims of martyrs to an
idea. There is an irrepressible conflict
(great applause)-between freedom and
slavery, as old and as immortal as the ir.
represbible cobflict between right and
wrong. They are among the martyrs of
that conflict.. I pause not now to consider,
because it is wholly r'itside of the duty
-or the thought of this '- - v to.night,
whether the enterprize ot John Brown
and his associates in Virginia was wise or
foolish, right or wrong, I only know that
whether the entr p itself was the one
or the other, John'Browit himself is riqht.
(Applause.) I sympathize with the man,
I sympatize with the idea, because I sym- -
pathize with and believe in the eternal
The Rev. J. 31. MANNINo spoke of the
act of John Brown as "fool hardy and
I could not have advised him to it, and
yet, now that the event has taken place, I
stand before it wonderiny and admiriny -
a> lause -rnembering that 4 i l some
r 'i__sd 'ith
not inls.me. I believe iW i a good
and has been doing tha khiclhb
war rIght ; and the onb.
gie now is that i
man, John Br
a wound in -&
we llay say of -
by some power -
As I view it, he i - -
in the halls of the great modern B~elshaz
zar, and writing over against the wall
those mysterious and appalling words, at
which the monarch trembles and turns
pale on his throne. While we are here,
this ~evening, knowing that our wives-if
not present-and our little ones -sleep
safely in our homes, there are mothers in
the Soutlidru States, whom thme Providence
of God has made thme wives of slhwehold
er, and they are innocent .of this great
sin of slavery-I wish to lieve that
thy are. They do not nmean to be guilty
of it; they say that.-Providence forced
themit ito these cireamstan~ces5; anid these
moters, to-night, as they gather their
children around them, offer the prayer
that they may be protected fro~m the hi.
.jaer; andO raey go LU 'Ued-t'ad" li"
weapoiis under their pillows, knmowinig
that their streets are patrolled by an
armed police. This isi the conotion of
the Southerni -States; verily the tyrant,
trembles and turns pale in the midst of
his revels. (A pplause.)
The same geintleman, speamking of' the
robability that the sentence of John
rown will be executed, adds:
.And if he does, and if that event should
be observed next year,- when it comnea
round, and so on from year to year, and
f half a century Aence our children ehould,
be rid of this ,qrcat ncaonal curse of sae
ry, no one teill refer, ceccept toithi pride and
exulation, to the battle of Harper's Ferry.
(Applause.) And then will come forth
some Daniel Webster, then at a safe dis
tance from the eve~nt, (laughter and cheers)
who will say that from the time wvhmen
John Brown i.vn-nmg between the heavens
and the earth-toe may date the beginningi
of the end of American slavery. *
* * Th~e jo~urnals in the interest of the
slave power ascribe it to a few Northern
fanatis, who have roused up the baser
passions of men, and they say that we
are responsible for the bloody acts of
John Brown and his associates. But we
ay not. rThe slave power itself; stand
ing up there in all its deformity and wick
edness in the sight of Northern consciences
-hat is the cause (applause,) and there
the responsibility belonmgs. WVhy, the
wise man Solomon, whlat does he say of
oppression~ l Ie says that it "rmakes a
wse man mad." It maukes a righteous nman
mad, and it -iill make others like John
Brown until it is taken "ut of the way.
It stands there a continual provocative.
We cannot resist such temnptations while
e hav'e thc instinct of conscLincCewithin
us. W shall become m~en of distinction,
like John Brown of Ossawottomie, and
Prov~idnc~e will use us to write othier in
scriptionls in the presence of this tyrant.
Mr. Ralph Waldo Emerson, the great
New Englaind Philosopher, who imitates
Carlysle, said : .
It is easy to see whata-favorite he will
Ibe with history, which plays mad pranks
with temporary reputations. Nothing
can resist the sympathy which all elevated
muinds mmust feel with Brown, and through
themn the whole civilized werld; ad, if
ka IrnLet SUFrar a,. is dra gi~sidal e
they have alread
plause.) Tindeed,' it is the eiuctib- ad a
surdum of slavery when the Governor 4
Virginia is forced to .hang a mali whoi
he declares to be a man of the most ii
tegrity, truthfulness and courage he bt
over met. Is- that the kind.of man tA
gallows was built forI It were bold I
afirnim that.there is within that broad con
monwealth at this moment, anothercit'
zen as worthy to live, and- as deserving
all public and private honor as to thi
poor prisoner. But we are here to thin
of relief for the family of John Bron,
To my eyes that. family ;looks rehj 4arp
and very needy of trelief4 :It conpriserid
brave fellow-sufrers in :the Charlestow
jail; the fugitives still hned hn .th
mountains of Virginia and -Pennsylvana
the -sympathisers uith' 1im its all th
States 'and, Imay say almost ery u
who loves the goldei rule a.t/aheDecbry
tion of Independence like hir,.. and whi
sees i&Aat a tiger's thirst threatens hi ia.1
the malignity of public sentiieit in th
- Wendell Phillips said:
One of the most beautiful and touchii
elements in this event is that as far a- w<
.an see, if we had asked God to make a
a man that should stand before-the iatioi
as the representative of the Americar
seem as if a more perfect repr'dsehtatiVn
could not have been givon us than tit
miartyr of Harper's Ferry. (Applau.e.
In every word that he has spoken, iL
every act that he has done, in the wholk
history of the conflict and of everythinig
that has followed it, in the long lIf& ul-ni
which the blaze of this event throws
backward its light, there does not seem
thave been a to rait thatwe ratnot with a
whole heart honor. (Applau.;e.) Ne
have no apologies to make; we have io
excuse to frame ; we have no incidents tc
hide; we have no words to take back. It
is the old May.flower cropping out, and
every son of the Pilgrims is 'able truth.
fully to say, that what we imagined Ply.
mouth Rock, John Brown is. (Ap
A portion of the closing paragraph of
Wendell Phillps' speech on the occaision,
will be the last one of our "elegant.ex
tracts," which we have made, that our
readers may see what John Brown's syn.
pathizers, at the North, think of the lar
>er's Ferry outbreak:
Virginia, with all her rennements, is
oo frightened to know which way she is
ooking, and it John Brown was a raving
naniae, with both hands tied, he would
n 1a athe American peo
ple, that never forgot to tend their foot
steps and to shelter ti.ein while God
spared them the sight of those N whusc
veins the blood of the great rr tyr is
running. (Immense applause.)
Pza-stulxo"s.-The C- ,innati .Presa
tells a yarn to the en that a short tmna
ago the book koo'er of a large commsis
son house .'a "Wu --treet, in that city,
wrote a nn I eveaind for one hundret
barrels of -. erries, which he wished
to be shp .i as soon as possible and conl
signed to a house well known to both par
tie, which does business under the titl
of J. E. Simmons & Co. 'The followmn;
sentence, however, as the sequel will showv
completely mystified the Cleveland mer
A -"'f'b~_one off _e~nranbrim is stemA
ily increasing ; if possible, we should bi
- Iad to have you send u~s 100 barrels pei
immons." Net doubting they fully an
derstood the purport of the epistle f ron
their Cincinnati correspondents, the Cleve
lad firm seoured the whole country fo
miles around, and after much trouble, sue
eeded in securing the required numbe:
of barrels of persimmons, which the:
duly shipped to the Queen City, althougl
the'orde.r caused some speculation in re
gard to what their customers intended t4
do with so large a quantity of this lusol'iu
and nutritious, but somewhat harsh an<
Lrr'rts orar--"Pa't, didn't you wii
mec far bitin' Tommy 1"
Papa-" Yes, my child, you hurt his
very mneh !"
ittle girl--" Well, then, Pa, you oughi
to whip mlamma's musie teacher, too, to
le it mamma right in the mouth yestez
day, and I know it hurt her, because sh
put her arms round his neck and tried t
choke him !"
Do NOT BUy OF THrd.-.The Richmon'
Dispatch says: " The plan of not buym
anything of the North that we can mak
ourselves, finds universal favor. Me
and women, old and young, the mo
moderate and conservative, aswell as
most fiery and determned, are in fai
of this peaceful remedy. Who will lew
the vanguard and organise a genera
Hocons CHEP.-Our officer friends il
Cahaba, who " draw the juries," must b
very anxious to confer honors upon ua
We see f'roma the list of jurors, pubishei
in the l'ast Gazettc, for the thir weea
" N. W. Shelly, Printer, Selma." Nou
that is our name, and our residence is prt
p~erly stated, but 'we are not entitled t
the honor of being called " printe~r." WV
sincerely wish we were, for it is ammino
the most honorable profeissions ever put
sued. Show us a real printer, and yo
point to us a man whose .intelligence ala
practical knowledge are enviable. On
o' the greatest, most volunu~aus and p)o[
ular writers of the age hua said that an;
author whose writings have received th
endorsement of an - intelligent printer a
t.an anne of dstriq, aqaircgamma
the *orld'in- in.) li
there is eks 4P
if upon the wealh4 g
a of cultivated mladiand -
it is this clels. No,
, be a printer,aid'isall -
e in this -:ease rimkfita
I willing to:.receive an
.notdeserO. We "re
of the Sef a I poer
TiEATMENT OK SLAVES.
is an ext-act ofa leetr writ
New Yorkih d ubli,
"A few da sied -
yard attending to the
and wileu therp a negre:
The-body.4ain a he'
bearers had OL wla'
&c. The bishop compli
a persoh that gave any
tention to temporal -affi
bidened with the.":read-_
ing been passed to the I
banker of the financier,
course protisted for no
it becane- due. Our fin
had kept watch. on the
quietly and with umch"
to a brother nember - o
with benevolence l~bamuii
nance, that t6e .bisxip', r
the bank uner profe
bad," Says he, sbut II - -
about -it; we must tak --
I will head the subw
The requisite anount
%.Aaug me recent races a
jocosely romariked tW bi
White they'll turn you ou
"f they do," eiid Lp~rki
Tinsley, yonder, out of
Church. I'll go and see
Accordingly Larkin we
ted the case Co his neighir
by the way, stamtijers badi.
"Oh," replied Tinicy'
a d.d-d-dead thing;'t. it! -
conted noses, and there'c
majority of the Cherceh on the
Larkin turned away regr
had in the excitement of his fe
what be considered n ow to be
"ScusE OE R TN.,
tan, as thiey''fell in Sna
bound vessel, 'a I wish y
lines for me, to send to th
because I can't write."
"Certainly said the go
per, taking his writing mg
-what shall I say 1" fi
'Pompey todten d a
hi wife to kndw, Wthe RI
fully.-recorded. *ho,, o
reparIng to seal titw for the_
"es, mass& $ enato
vory "tn tte~ ga
and writing, wil' .6i
The eaptiti Rp jenidad.'
dre-goers by histig
Sing the violin, withioutmissin
ing the rope on stilts, etc. -
manager on hi shoulders
Sing too, " amidst kiud apple
Hor. RoS A. PtRo
m otid Dispach, of the 23J
Several comIfpaniet of Pete
pase through ilils city' eary.
Smonngeni route for Charlest
the citizens whoum the eslt
sumroed to the field:'f a
ger A. Pryor, representative
he fourth district, in.the on
SUnited States, 'thi, as
SPetersburg Grajs, passed t
his cmanionisin armss t
-to. When men of such. a t
u armus to suppress an intend
. tere,. nmust indeed he aome