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THREE DOLLARS YE.R] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE, [IvAIIABLY N ADVACE.
VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 4 1867. NO. 17.
EVERY WEDNESDAY I010-NING,
At NewberrN C. H.,
By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER,
TERMS, S3 PER. ANNUM. IN CURRENCY
Payment required invariably in adv ance.
Marriage notices, Funeral tnvitation-, Obitu
ariem, and Communications subserving private
interests, are charged as advertisements.
Wm. H. WEBB,
Of Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
ZRA, ILilIIII & tO
Staple and Fancy
Nos. 80 and 82 Leonard-st.,
(West of Brotdway,) New York.
The subscriber would statc that his co
nection with the above house cnobleC him to
sell his gooJs at a considerabie rcLuctiot:
"helow present market price.s.
January T W:. IL W.
WM.J F. NANCE
Uouor 8rokor, BaBkiri 98,d
Newberry, S. C.,
OFFICE :" IEAR OF GRIERSON'S DRUG STORE.
Adv:a:ces on Co'ton to reli:,hic bou:s in
'Char!eston, S. C , New York and Li er:oo'.
Exchar:ge on Charleston :ind New York
in 'u:.s ).S w: edU t 1.
XXOuld m0st r0Sec tull
state to the public that he h - n ,' vc l in h :s
new rooms over Captain McF r, n
Main street. an ! c.tn at all t; b' ")1d
ready to do any and everytling .i his line
Mr. Edwin Jones wi;i work t one-fourth
At the same time I would s,v to ai who
are indebted to me, that thay won! i tin! it
-very much to their interes: to cal( : mil
soon or they will be sued. Felb 1' ui
Duffile & Chapman,
BOOKSELLEiS & STATiNEiS,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Opposite the Hotel, and in rear of G:.ieson's
On M.in Steet,
Keep constantly on hand a good supply of
School Books, Cap, Letter, Note lhper e..d
Dooks, old or flew, and Music. will hc sua
plied to orde', on reasonahie terms for C MH
Orders or mail promptly filleJ.
M.rch 13 tf
For ENGLISH ACCOUNT ENCEI7IVELY
Or Unshoru Sheep Skin;
Mark~et prices paid in etsl, or (loth ex
WM. F.. NAN;E.
Office in rear Griersotn's Drug S:ore, Ncw
borry, S. 0.
dec 12 l;m
Theodore Gouin and! Jame; McInto h.bo:hl
of the Town of Newherry, in the State of
South C.arolina, have formed a imi-el prt
nership for the transaction of a General D;:ug
Business, at Newberry, South Caroliua, un
dler the partnership name and style of T.
Gouin, inl which Theodore Gouin is a gene
ral partner and James McIntosh is a special
partner: TO carry on which partnrar bip !rus,
ine-;s James McIntosh ha; c-ontrib)uted two
thou;and dlolars, and which partners hip
commences on this the 26 ih day of March,
and c~ontinues until the expiration of three
mnonth< af:er one partner has given notice to
the other of his in te:rion to dissolve tihe
partnerThip. J.UIES McINI0SII.
Dec 27 6 T. c4OUIN. ___
JT. 1:. STENHoUS!. A.2.AN .AACAULY.
STENH\IUUSE & MA(XILY.'
t ommission 3Merchants.
For the sale c' C'otton, Cotton Tarns, Sheet
inge. t3 ava! St., , etc.. and for t he pus chase of
66f iPearl Street. New York.
Consigr:mnents tous from any point in the South
uly protected by' Ia'urnce isso a- s .i.pd
S. R. CHAPMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NEW/BERRY ('. J.. S. C.
W iii attend to Lusir.ess enrt:uKed to his care.
JOCice at Bookstore. Feb. O
IRESPECTFULLY annu::2c; to the n
t"rmen of New herry, mht .- rt opn at
and nex: t o s-ars. I. ..- fee C o.,
where he wifl be hd py to wxt . n l in,
t* keepng of hieop sh'-T a:M- h
Important Orders from Gen.
IIaI)Q'RS 2D ILITAtY Disril(r.
CHARLESTON, ApIril 12. 13G7.
In reply to several communica
tions addressed to these heidquar
ters. in reference to the proceed
ings of the civil authorities ofSotth
Carolina in the colketio2) of taxes.
the following letter of instruction
from his Excellency the Governor
to the Comptroller-General is pub
Iished for the information of all
ExIUTIvE .DL)EPAtTMLNT S. C.
CoMmIa. Febru'v 19. 1S67.
SIR : pon conference with seve
ral of the Tax-Collc-:tors. as weI
as the Attornev-General. I :m
satistied that the enoriOemC01ent of,
the s of t he (E-t'ral A mblYlV.
acodn ihhi ieecl mot
a hey donpay th ex tion;
; I "
L". i. 11 : ( () )), th " 1 *11in
anii a w\ iJ nr1' 'e a ruinilUs )ur1-!
thenl on teSaeopyfi it
ing ;ll wV O I may he arrested.
WVhn unee placed ini jiLl ther is
no) p'we ease te i n(ue,it
unl1:0 t11; l..,ri ture:. mee s. in
liht' preven-, "I': "ght ne 'l(..lC"'nd'it ion.
of the fina':. ol the State, it
mnus: 11c a' I. tu1tn you are
nerehdircd to K-isue a 1101C"e
to the Shernfs of the everal I)i
ti'"_ . 11 .int l iihemi no t
a:':c~ "' 0 ,. Jail IV tAei
qllI ill a Itx eXciltiOn1. ulesS
Sue n'ine:21i, ll)O)1 l1(lliiV. snail
be saii-1i:i lat he or she is 9-tudi
Sn l to lli
or her alld1 .ti:. il evei (a' '
wh11 Ih helieVes the (eiil nultt
is un:ablie. fAr wVant of mean11S, to
pay. that the exec"i:titl shall be
so endor-;el . and nl( furtheri'I pro'
eeL.lng. t:ken upon it. I have
the honor" to e. very respectfully,
vom-S. &cO.. JIA MLSNL. O IUt,
TheciI~4 nstcions ofthle Governor
w:i!! he carefully olbserve.d by\
Shier-iiirs. and. all otheir ebicr.
ISheriUTS or ot her odfiOucitariie
w ith thle exenltilon of procs for
ihe e !!Letionl of taxes. will 10 re
2og ofheer (4 the post in way:
their dlutie a-e perP>rmed. (the
moul ofC )lntaxldueli (ll ta ou1ilt
-o. andt. fees. to::ethe 11'wit b!
rB Orc wilUWlilili. Mil3.Ue I
inging timn or hr
PoUSt e.1ammanders wvill see t hat
Di. IE. Slekles. J. W. ('LA)S.
\. I). C. andl .. A. A. (.
.1! 10 its 20t MILiTAIRY I)m>.in!r.
(In\1uL:-r' N. A pril 11. 1 S7.
Th~e gen1IeralI dest ituion prevai!
ngitnongi the poiml1ation of this
mlu11tarv district cannot be relieved
witou aftordinne mieans~ for the
dlevelopmrenit of thirli industr51 ial
resIIoces. Th n Haturel' andl extenit
o1 thet. (desltitton d.eman:l.c extra
are. I tn.l2udown lry a IieaVV IIurdell
an1':lvi 'n.l 0rdc Hild het- 'year;1
of shvitcer : iair nlole need od
very se-arc : t3lle Jloring pf-pula
thrlleatened wit h s-tarvation. urdess
metor the L mnteaC States ; te
pepet pay tazxe. leaVes~ the
loca atorie w,ithout nacqua* c
n' lOnS of relief ; and the ravity
tors to entor ee . u1pol an iupove'
i liCd peo(p(le( the inediate col
lection of all claims.
To suffer all this to go on with
out restraint or remedv is to
sacrifice the geneoral good. The
rIghts o' creditors shall be respect
ed but the appeal of' want and
suffering must be heeded. Moved
by these considerations. the follow
ing regulations are announced.
They will continue in force, with
such modificatious as the occasion
may require, until the civil govern
Inent of the respective States shall
be established, in accordance with
tihe re'ouirements of the Govern
ment of the Un ited States.
The CoImmandii; General earn
estly iesires and conlidently be
lieves that the ob5el'Voe o these
regulations. and the I-operatin
O all per'O n'S ( ei('(i'le in em111 -
p rl fz8irVly an. jutly the
a:itages still rmnllinlgto the..
il?1 mi'iat the distreSs nOW
existi: anil that the avenues of
zat W1n thus o ened, will cont'iblute
to the pe'mraneient w(lfare ai1
future happiness of the people:
I. Imprismi ent foi' debt is pro
ibit_;t: unless the detend0(ant in
exeent ion shall be convIctel Of a
fraudul~en t con ceah nnt or dispo)si
tion i his pr perty. witl iite'nt
to hinder. deb:yd1m prevent the
(credito'r in t he recoveryV of his
deb 'r demand. A d the ro
(ee. inl1 no. 1.es (tabllishedO i1 IN'rth
and South Car'oliila. respecti VeIy.
te t arial aw(letCrmination1 Ot
suchO qust i'.ay blte aloptel.
11. a nain1en ts Or ( e(ree. 101r
the py men i of inm ev. or causes
(ot'Ielt i iin between the 19th
of leKzmbOer. 1 !t. ni the 15th
of MarV. 1>5.. hatll not Sc enforeced
by execution against the propoirty
or the persOn Of the defendant.
Proceeinis in such (auiseS of
lcn 1. now peOnd'i;n. shall be, stay
ei. an( no suit or p1rocs shall
be hereafter instituted or comnmen
'd tir an v such causes of act ion.
I11. Sheriis.corol'ners andl conlsta
Lies are herel>y di rectedl to susplend(
for' t welve calendoar monrlthls thle.
sale of all property upon execuitionl
or process. onl labil it ieS cont ractedl
prior01 to the 19th 6f December,
1800,. unless upon the written con
sent 0f thle defen<lianlts. except in~
ases whlere thle 1 lainjltiff or, 1' in his
abls'nec. hijs agei~nt or' attorney.
tend( (frauulen!ti- 1to o ve\lI~ . hoPisl
r(onert v beyond the territoria!
nOi tin. fl0 the court. Th ale
o1 real or' persona l pr'operty by
v: -e su.sp)endoed1 for t weCl ve (alemI ir
moils, CxNpt inl (0 ' wVieeo l
pa1ymenOft 0f interest money. acer u
jISin rine the 15th (day Of 3Iay.
1 'k5. shal n ot hiave bee made11
it foe the day of sale.
1 \. Judgmen'tst 01r decreeCC enter
e. rerl.1 ncussoatin
ari'>'ing 'ubsCteet to theO 15t,hof
31ay, 1563. may be enforced, byI
excuin gintthe prpetyo
the dlefentiani and( in theO apil
t ion of the moneyv arising under
such executioniS, regvardl shall beC
had to the priority of lions5. unless5
n cases whcre the good faith of
any lien shall he dr'awn inl ques
ton . In such eases, thle uisual
mode (of pr'oKc'eding2, adlopjted in
Nort h andi So)uth (. arolina. re%pee
tively, to determine t hat quest~Iion.
shal he adop4ted(.
V. Al)Ipraceingl2Sf the r1 P
cover oflmonev uinder eorntract:-,
whe her undler seal or~ by lparo'le,
the cons.1ierationi for wxhich was
the pur(chase of negroes, are suis
pndled. J udges or decrees en
tered or en rolled for' such causes
of action. s.hall not he en fbro'ed
TT. All advanis of money:
subsistence. imnlelments and ferti
requlired('( for the purpose of aiding
the agrimultur.al plursuits of the' peo
pie, hal e prtectel Ad th
the most odhcient remedies i sn'
cases for the lender, will be tiip
ported and Ln"lforced1. Wages fo'
labo lOpe'tfi'le( il ti( produt'iion
of the crop shall be a lien on the
Crop,. and payment of the amount
due for such wages shall be en.
forced by the like remedies provi
ded to secure advances of money
and other means for the cultiva
tion of the crop.
VII. In all sales of property un
der execution or by order of any
court. there shall be reserved out
of the property of any defendant
upon his or her labor, a dwelling
house and appurtenanICes and twen
tv acres of land for the use and oc
Cupation of the family of the de
tendant. and necesary articles of
fa1rniture' ap10arel. sibistenuee. im
1.emits of t'ade. lsh and'ry or
}oth.er em plo met t O
t the edn of mi1dt. )ht.
t ay to pare:tc do art an
chlibtl or C ldren. i n1 other v:
ofthe exempionA1i r shl exen it:t
XCi )t )Il 11t11 u:tc; ! )''
to elo)thing . i pe e t f tal
o' othe0r ily f - I 110 'I e n o1-1
b,wedtbythe d e l:lit. to the
value1 O1 e hltndre i llar1'. The
ex.;uptionl here!.y miarl sh:i1ll not
he waived or de(lfeatie vl the :-th
of the defendt(. Teexempte
pi; lyi o: i 1 111e Ile ICndat ci>i c, l I)
who shall s,pecifica:lly de(-Crib) the
1ame an: make a report thereo!in
ac a-e to the? COurt.
III. rrTe Curreiv' (f the Uni
te1 States. (idelilc.ed the (-' n
gress of the Inited Stat(l to be a
le,al t iil 'r in tIle (n n all
(leI s. (llies and (Ielllanis. l il I1
( 1tC . l eg i i Oril ' Hi Soluth
( arolina. A nd ll all ca-es in
wiclh the m' shal: l be tenderel
lil payment. and ref used hr anv
puJlic ofi(er, will be at once re
porite! to tihse llea(qu11ar:tr1 : or to
the ctmi:ulling Oficer .(f the
J.o) t W"ithi lli ell sui( l l: uiIl(.t'r 1"e
IX. Propertv ofan alm;ent 'dehtor.
0r one chiargsed as such. without
iraufl w11.Wh r e.on sis ting i of in onie
:lvance forl the pupo)(se of agri
cnlture. or appl ian ces for the enulti
vat ion of thle soil. shall niot he
takien Uinder tIle proCess lilloWu as
1'Foreigni,! attsehmen~ t ;"hut t he lien
rieated1 ry anly exIitn 1 l2aw shatll
not he dlisturldl. nor shall the
)ssilP 111 11l5us oI thle sanle
he in anywise iliteriered witn, cx
epjt in the eIxOcuiICn ..f a l
ment or fin?al dere in cases
WllerIW tllr are antha:ri:To'i to be
'. .ln aluits lIronhit to reeOver
i c';jtfacet/, ljail zis here tofOre au
h11(rized shall niot be dlem:tunledl by
the sit1t or, n1or ta! er ! by t lie si ?:riff'
r 01 hier othfie serving) t lie process.
In siuits Ihr t iTe51ass. 'e l. WrPong2
ther eases kniown as aet iOn L
//jKfa, halli as~ lieretYbre0 aut ho r
zed mav he de;tnld andi taIwn.
The prohibition of bail in cases
. r cntn.wi " shall no1 t ext end to
1'arties about to leave t he St ate:
ut the~ fact of inltenition must be
:learly established hy proof.
X I. In criminal proceeding~s. the
sual reco.,n izaniees shall be re
uiredl and taken l>y the poe
cIvil ofiieers Ileretofore ant horizedi
hw law to take the same: Proocidd
That npon complaint being made
10 any maiStrate or other person
amlorized by haw to issue a war
ant for' brch ot thle pece, or'
avv eriminal ofilee it shall be the
(tV of such maffist rate or oflerr
o i>sue a wVarr'ant upo. the r-ecog
i zance of the com plainani I o pros
eate, without rera nig him to
ice sec'urityv on ..uch recogni
XII. The practiec ot carryig
:eadly weapons, except by oficer-s
and soldiers mn the military ser
vAr .t mn ITi i .-o1f. i mr
vatio11 of the ofince. A violation
of thi: order will ri';der the of
fen i'r amenable to trial and pun
ishmcnt by military cOmmissiOn. <
\Whene-ver wounding or killing
shall result from the us-e of such
weapon. proof that the party car
ried or concealed a deadly weapon
shall be deemed evidence of a felo
neous intent to take the life of the
XIII. The orders heretofore is
sued in this Military Department.
prohibiting the punishment of
crimes and offences by whipping.
maim1in, branding. stocks. pillory.
or other corporal punishment. are
in force. and will be obeved by all
XIV. The punishment oif dcath
in certain cases of' burglary and
lareeny-. imlposed by, the e<istin
law1 : b the l'rov\i';i:)n:l govern71-A
all'lt in O;'' miliiai- diitiet. in
abol ihe 1. ny person convicted
of Iur . or larceny, when1 the
'0cpertV :tolen is of the v1ahIe of
batsery wvith intent to kill: or of
anyamu! wt ha ealyweapon.'
shall ':e ideemned guuy of felony.
an! shall be pun i si:'d byv imlplrison
nat at hard libor ir a term not
exeedi1 ten .earsi': nor les than
tw o y+ar". inl the discretion of the
court having'.l in t:s itio thIerof.
Lar'ecnv. ,:l': ,iw v:due of the
propler y - tolen is ls t hai m wen t y
five dollar-. shall, ho punisihed by
impi )' 'n111at at hard labor for a
t':' not exce1mn1gi; one y 1' n
the. di'*t~iin of the Court.
.1 .1outh ( rolilna -hal l h a an
thw1ritm within their juiris(liclionis
reipictivly. to rep or plar(lOn
an esaconvicted and sen
tened by-N a civil court. anl to re
mit fines andl p)eialte.
XVI. Nothing in this order t
shall be (OnOsitruied to restrai 01'
pre-ent t'the operation of )ro(ed- l
ings il lani'rnpyt(. in accor(an1ce t
wi it i1 the Act.s of Congress in such
('as1s male andll poid)ViIled. nor with t
the collectionF of anyfl\ tax. impViost.
it\ of the United States or of the
prov -i'ional go0vermpeni i ts of N orth
and South; (arolina: bu.t nol impris1-"
onmen cit for i overdueL taxes shall be
allowed. Nor shall this order. or
any law (n1 i he prvi'ion0fal 'govern
iienits oif \ol't i and South ( o
lina. onerute to denv to ino 10
or' thi lega el r'i eesentat ives- no ."
to suspendl. as to thm Vn right
of action. rc'eed vor prioc'eedng 11'
a ionst cexecut'' i or. anu-strcI aor.
of' c'Onif ", courit . 40r otherc (;illeers
or ersons hoing a foucidnir
latlon to the~ parities or the suket
mnat.er1 of the action ori pr'oc'Ced
iXVI\ . )lou'-hiur ororiae
here'to)fore 1 inf'c-e in N\orth IiOr
t e roison tis geonterl order, I
is h1erebyF suspended1C :unidecare
mIopera'itive(. . '
iBy comnd of ~i \.llaor-h ener ai
1). E. Sickles. .J. WV. CL() [S.
('apt ain .8t h U. S. Infantry. t
A. 1). ('. and A. A. A. U.
/?'s']red. That the President of
the Board be requested to confer
with the Pr-esident of the Char-i
lot te and (Columbhia Ranilrioad sc - ~
licit ing him to connect with the
(lharleston train at Columbia, tihe
samne as ne now connects with the
Augu-.ta train. This arr-iangement
will prevn pasnesnth
ine of' this roadV. and destined from
timrleston, fr-om haying over onet
ni2'bt in C'olumibia.---foeccdja-;R r
A 3f ale (Pa.) paper has an
account of a new steam po0w.
which br'eaks up. harrow;, dris C
and seeds or' plants ai strip fifteena
and a half feet wide ait eac-h pas
sage. Its rate of progressis about
1oar imles per' hour, and. it will
1-nis ff aiLbout nlinet-si cr --'X~iE~ Cf
Brigham Young on Polygamy.
The followingportion ofBrigham
oung's address at the semi-annual
,onfercnce lately held at Salt Lake
itv. is taken from the Deseret
-The last. time I was in the city
>f Lowel. there cre fourteen
lousand more femaies than males
n one city. This is 1nanv years
igo. They live and dIin a single
;tate. and are forgotten. Have
hev filled the measure of their
nreation, and accomplished the
lesigns of heaven in bringing them
lpon the earth ? No they have
lot. Two thousand good. God
'ring men should go tiher' and
aka to themselves seven wives
mioce. It i written in the Li'oie.
and in that dar seven Ielnl eL1
hall take hold of one ma.: savIn
,-e w'll cat our brewl. and wear
mr own appare; only us be
alled by th4v nam'. to take away
mrl reproch Th Govemment
;f the Uinited States do nit~ndi
hat that prphecy hl 1; fuli ll
yd, and the* L rd almidy me,~aLI
hat it shDll..Do voa not think
:bat the Lord wil conae ? I
lhink he will. and we are hlpin
lim. It is the decree of the Al
nighty that in the last d S seven
Coien shall take hold of oneI2 man.
c.. to be counseled and advised by
aim. leing willing to spin her own
vool. make her own clot 1in and
lo evervthing; they can io earn
heir own living. if tihev nn bear
1:s name to take away their re
>roach. What is this order for'
t is for the resurrection : it is not
Ur this world. I would not go
-ro:s this Lowery for polygany.
f it only pertailnul ,o this world.
t is for the resulIc'Ction, and the
Pr'it of the LO1ri has come upon
h p eol" and upon the ladies
hpoIly to vc-ea'e the w1ar fo
he hihillhneiit of his wonl The
emaile se'x have' bc'AnQC evelI, so
on1g. that a spirit has com upon
h1em. and ihey ,.1: w :n }1pice., and;(
inamne. nd head. for the man is
he head of the wom:;.tl. lead
icr into the clest ial kingdom' of
lu i"atlmer and (:od.
Tr:1 Irbe' ('tooK.-Thins. as
-verrhle'l kniows. is a splendid
pecime ofC F renchm taste in thec
var- of a dlrama. liberally inter
persed'( with the //al?. The1 play
8 one of trai~c and inysterius ini
crest :but the great at triact ion of
he show is; thle dahmeing' gr>.
vihose unmalornied e.h'arms are lay
shI lydsphulyed( in the mnany an
-es. T'heir attire is said to be as~
cant as p)O5iMelC and ti-r displayi
4 limbs avs liberal as possible.
Everbody in New York groes to
iMo1's- to r..e t hiS ilek Lidc.
Id have~ beeni going for the last
otrol F niuts :and vet. so
r -at i h rush. that n e ha U to
ur a tic k a wVeek ini adivan(ce in
rder' to get a seat. Preachers at
'e time started to pec gis
:but it onily made t heir Ilocks
Cvryody anid his wife-go. Legs
re the rage.-- }ur l'i+t'hIn',|u'bv.'
Thbe Boston Tra,er is convureQ
ed bv menu of shrewd busine ss t act.
nid vet we find t his senteCei of
.an enein it.s editor ai
olumnns : There is also an unea
y feeling among business men on
eounit of the recent utterant-es
f the President about the nation
1 debt. Suppose he should se
retly encourage the rebels to
ushi to arms-how easily he could
estrov thiie nat ional ecredit." This
hee-rfuml habit of - supposing" once
lunged a little giri into deep dis
rss, as 1n her mind's eye she be
ld herself the mother of a
harming flaxen-haired boy, wrho
ent to a trunk in the attic. open
i the lid, looked in, let go his
old of the lid, which falling,
hopped off hisnraxen-haired head.
nd left the lit tle girl a :.iupposd
One pound of canton, which for::l edy
rds 1-b , an nuo.':, by the a p hleation
A MIXI\ OF TH1E BABIES.-Some
time ago, there was a dancing par
ty given up; North ; most of the
ladies' pr'esentharl little babies,
whose ioisy perversity required
too much attention to permit the
mothers to enjoy the dance. A
n1umber of gallant young men
volunteered to watch the young
+nes while the parents indulged
in a '"reak down." No soonet
had the women left the babies
in charge of the mischievous
devils than they stripped the in
f<nts and changed their clothes,
vi n the apparel of one to ano
ther. The dance over, it was
time to o one. and the mothers
1urriedi took each a baby, in the
dr'ess of her on. and started,
c'1::to thei' 1ores ten or fifteen
mie o. erd :re far on their
v:.i biore. da:iL + it. the
da ibliowi: . thcre was a tre
l;;lous row in the settlement ;
mothers discered that a singleI
night h.d changed the sex of
their ba'lics. Observation disclosed
the p)hysicial phe o'en. ad then
menic'ed en: :,f' the tallest fe
male pd estrainikm ; living miles
apart. it rquire'i two days to un
mix th.e babies, and as many
montns to rtsto': t:1" wOimlen to
thei:ia tu l swee t sosition.
To L1., .v. it is unsaf for the
b1abv 'miM r to venture into the
ED1)ITOts AFLoAT.-The Qditori
:1l along the Ohio are standing up
to their chins in water. making
fun of each otheor. We have not
seen what the Cairo Democrat
says c' th; Evanlsville Sentinel,
but tie Sentinel saws :
Busin>s hoses on stilts, in
Cairo. are now daily closed at 2
p. m. to p0rmit the p1'op)rietors
and c"ler1ks to aid in bailing the
citv and rlnnillg. not with the
-machine. but 'mit (e pumpsh."
We iolp nri !.Ood-n-tured
oun 1(friend of tle l)emoc'rat will
not cH <!ry iin'ardiy while swim
ming ar.':ol in hs offiee atten
ding to U ut ies anid diving for type,
&..It is no duta little dis
courag;ing. int weC hope he learned1
to "t read water' in his youth so
ais to beC ilMe to hold his nose out
wilei 'se.ttii ng type" and iditing
We unde.6:olai he iS comfpelled
to dive d ownI to his "imposing
stone.a. w-hen !he emp!rties his new
set mater." Hie made a slight
mistak~e on Saturdny by "locking
up" a (at-?ish inl one column in
pla.ce of an alrtile on energy;
while on t he third page a craw
tish's leg gut caugh291t between two
I lines of an "Uditoial on] the suIb
jt of a late unfor'tun1ate marriage.
T~ wo minnows also smam into) and
t ok seats on a train in a railroad
adv ert isem ent1.
theore is 'one ceold, blue~ lean kiss,
that always makes him shiVer to
see. - Two persons5. (or the femiail
peruason;who( have witnese~t a
gTeate many yonger and more
pul}py dazC, mecat in somefubli
'lace. ande not lhavin - sa;V each
other for twenty-four hourls, tha
kis3 iimciratey-t hen tha tork
bou t the wveathter and the young
mnan who preached yesterday, and
t bn tha kiss immegiately. and
then tha blush and larf at what
tha say to each other', and then
kiss ag~ain immlfegiately. Thus kind
of kissing olwas puts me in mind
or tew oldl flints trieing to strike
Wife (anxiouslvl :'What did
that young lady observe that
passed us just' now ?" Husband
(with a smile of calm delight):
"Why, my love, she observed
rather a good looking man walk
in ihquite an elderly female
thts all. A hemt !"
Near Philadelphia is a hale and
hearty man, possessed of the most
sensitive feelings. When his wife
goes into the yard and saws wood
for half a dar. he sits hv the Er