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By Tos. F. & RH. Greneker,
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I vole VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1871. N
O )eenk. - Oteh expiration of S3b
%,-A -AGAE FoR TWo TO PLAY.
.;A' %eek at the watering place.
ifMni*ot of the time each dav
son 'nrthe compay of Mr. M:ii
wL, the- aentlemaa whiin Miss
Ellsworth-s friend, Ned Wilitta
ker, had introduced to her one
Morning on the piazza. She hid
ia *it' him along the sh;re
nrolight erenings, and
4h"addiwed wi(h .him in the
thronged drawing rooms.
Hiss Eilkworth was not a flirt.
iwdu di.tributed her ideals amin 4
piiR gesttlemen, and she had
fSu'nd'her ileal well ni:,,-h reali.ed
in Ar. -Mainwell. Onty the eve
ning before their tali had with
drawn it,elf from the general topiCs
to which such had been congenial.
tnd in her adiniratioin of his intei
bgI95Lve wma.dit.es., she had en
courage-d an approach to that 'per
ional sort of conversation which
relates to love and imatrimIIonV.
.And now.-to find Mr. Mainwell
ft 6iornimng with his cut off
arjndmith'- apr on1 onl, engaged
in den4-=ng a lock. The lock was
a*-tie dor .that led to the middle
6* the fro't piazza waere the fush
10::447dn:sedladiei and- .'entle
mvd *ure sitting or promenadiniig.
111f b'Uk was towards her as
shej appriheed, ieaning on the
arm*t't he rfR-id Anat West.
Sue recognized him, iooRted inteut
ly at him, ,-ave her emlllanioln
over tiva party of voung lad1is
near, and then stiijped and spoke
a-Do you like that K(rt (- work,
Mr. Main well ?" she a.kcd.
--I do, MIiss~ Ellsworth, I beliete
a a zatu raln cilanic."
'-Lt appe:trs very odd to see you
-a i4 my trade, he replied. ri.
ing-fratnu his work and turning to
Her eheek blanched a litt1i.
''Your tradI," she said tailitly.
--yes, tradle, Xits ENsworth.
The proprietor said the Ick necd
cl mending, and I told nim I could
mend it for hitm."
Tae ry,of girls camalo
-ta then. After wonderiig at
gainwell tiWile, and laugh
sa?jalZdaLey. prposed a ride.
There weie Ltree uirriages *.I
hea,a . These would take the
parz if. -
eIWh ittaker herejoined them.
"Wiat the deuce are you about
- -we ?" he exelained to Y r. Main
welt. - -'Att," he added, when the
lattert4ried a d glanced at himt.
'But while you are ie re you migh II
_Mr Mainwell exrused himself
0r)hd>iinig th: p .arty1 and t hey
.weut away, leavilg him to tin
i*b his wefk.
- -Ma FAieworth left him without
any wffrd at pa3rtinlg.
+It i* well," he: mulIt teredl to him
selfE -I she cannou(t take me as ii
* u, she is as wort by of meI. The
woan that rmarries me mewst take
tne for miself."
Hie stooid and1 looked after her
until Ae bad disapapeared. Me
did niot oiice Liirl to look l,aek.
IIe slave ii sho'uilders ai shurug,~
congegeiki 'hism ip, uttered a ceonl
cat '-humph !" andu tuirlld Ltlliu'h
"Let ije so," hemuttered',
fr esikaN ~as through anid was
. ,j that I had foundi ai woman~t
after- my own heart, amidst tis
world of we'alth anid fashnl, she,
tOO,las lst her soul. Let her.
-VHe avoided her thereafter. lie
did;not seek to catch her eve for
a bow of recognlitionl. Whecn she
enitertd a dra wing-rouomi w heure he
wa,ero2IH go out byv anot ler
way. But he was imore thain ever
in the companllly of Ned W-hi:taker.
Kedin passing to and froi between
Mimtkrls)rth and him, served
stilWis a sort of Link betweenl
"You are a einic-al fellow," said
Ned, one day. -"Why don't yoi
take tLhe people as they are ? You
waULtid good enough in them.
"iwittEey won': take me as .1 am.
That is the trouble."
"Puoh! Ynia-see yourself thaLt
she allowed nlo other suitors to ae
comEpany her. Don't you see t hat
she is alone or with t he other girls
Abe mostAif the time ?"
""Her heart is full of vanity."
" Pshaw ! She is t ruined to luxu
Mjainwell's trunak was awaiting
him and the stauge oat Oil the pi
3ma, at the time this ennivers-at ion
wagin ---on. On the trunk were
theMniiials, G. M. Mis% Elhsworth
.piin.g that way saw the ilnitial.
~-no;t by chancee, for she ha4d been
very tiusy serutimizing the trnks
that lay together in a pile-alnd
wh10aimsh s-i v te imitials she~
started and turned pale. Shore
cov~ered andi withdrew with her
companin a littlo way, an dI then
stood stihl and w'atehed. Present
STf.&ain well camne ont with
. od upon the piazza. lie enanced
ks- to turn his eyes towards her anid
their eyes met-mwet for the fir-st
he was at ivrk upn the I,wk.
Sho did no't turn a - aY her eyes.
Ste howed. ie lifted his hat.
'I he ice was broketi. Ile approach
,i her to bidi her --ood.bye.
Whatt the ccnIIversatIut was that
en,ued betwee the the twi hen
I hey were left aloile by tieat- of
Ned-s iineuiy inl spliritinll away
tihe rest of it le cmlpanlY 1s un
kntowil, save ite. F-d1lowinlg:
"But I am a locksmith," eaid
"Are you) w11j'ing to live aJ the
Witi' of one who with his hands
e-tris his !tilv bread ?"
-I aml williop to 1 uilergo anjy
thi!r g to be with Vou. I have suf
fered enotigb. Duriig these hist
few days I have learned what it
i., to despair of' being united to the
01ne, I love."
--But your mother-your fa.
--Uiless I am williig to leave
them t r vy n sake, I ai ilot Wor
thy of you."
-But then tle los< of wealth. of
position. of the surroundings of
-lDo nit say anvthini more
abhout it. I am w illing to 14-ave aIl
for your sake. I aim wcary ou'f be
inl- wathout you."
'-Wtquld you be wllin- to bt.
conle mV wife. this lay, tlhis loir?
Y;.ur father and im,ther m
otherwise put obstacles in our
,:I am willing-this hour this
"Tiey do not know my po,sitioi
*-they stil t h i n k yon are
wealtlv. as I did."
''onnt. ihen, we will go our1
wayv with Ned. an-l become befire
the world what n-e are ii:wv in
spirit, litisbanld :m.l Witi; aiil thenl
at 6d-e we will take the vars tor i
t hTe 1,iriTe I have tr y ou-a 11me
wvieb, 'hoau1gh lielh- w%-i Ill make
--Whithe- you1 go I will go."
Tiev ie,re married in a quiet
way in the little waterinm- place
c(hu1pel, %0I the wicked Ned em-i
niving at i re' misisvhi. The next
tain) s"ed with thei to the city.
-I will swet yfm t he shop where
I work," said Mr. 1aitwell, when
thle v.Arriage they took at the de
p it in the city had drav.n i up be
o.re ne of a, long block of browii
Stome hotts., in a SpnIdi- part o1
--Whast do you mean ?" sha de
1m1a4t.j. ai Y-he0 acct.milpanlied bI i
1;usha-d up the broad steps to the
-I iletant that his is tho hiil
a0l this is the work-shinp," lie te
A-ad eli led her in. A n.on:
,other romsi to which : e cndie
ed his wit*e w L (ie fitled tup1 as a
work-shop, where as lie said, li
was acut'stom red to iniduli ge ii
havinig, as lhe assured hecr, regultar
iv served bi.' time amt leaurninlg a
Mrs. Mainuwell stood and looikedi
-This is vmur hiouse ?" she ask
"Am i you are not poor1 but
"You speakc the truth, Mr'.
--And uhy (lid you play this
jest uponime ?"'
"To see if yoiu re.al ly leved me
"*Ai. prt ty, iodeed ! .\nid sup-l
"P.ut. VI dlo."tIlV2 1
Soi there'. was a little famil'y q'iar
reI 1n te splt.
'%Nowj ini'~ite you r fat her and'
moi t her to (ont ('(iil d see lis," sid
Mr. Main well, after ihe clouds had
leared away somewhat.
But tirst yoltutmist go with mue to
see thnem, and to piacify t hem, ini
view of what we have done."
In, a'fe'w days they started out
Main well gave the directionis to
tle driver, anid her bi us'and! 'onihi
rot. help expreCssing his wond'er at
t he inci(reasinig sqiualr of t h le nxeirh
bo rooid thI:rough w h ich the rod 'cie.
The carria.ge direw uu at ket h
lefre a nioserable4t loiokinig tezne
menct house anid stopped2i.
-Where thle dece are you takinig
me ?" asked M1ainiwe!l, lookmng
sZiarplyI at i., witfe.
-Coine and' see, "was her reply,
as slie piroeeded to step from the
"H.ere, wait." he exelaimed after
his hesitaiicy ;" -let mie get oit
first antd help yout out. What
does this mnean ?
she led him up~ tta ils-upl ulp,
thr oughi thronugs. acnd d irt. and1
squalor to the toiurth story. TIhere
sh openied a dolor wit hout knock
ini and the two entered. The
woma wasdressed nzeatly, anid
so were the children but they
wero dlressed very poorly, in keep
iug with the place. The man was
clad more -car'elessly, and even
more pooriy. On his head he
ket his bat, which certainldy was
,ha- doen vears old.
) fiatber a mlloter, I.rotities
1tal siters," said M rs. Mainwell,
introIl. vilig all tile parties. t
Mr. Mainwell stood and stared
'A!k their padon, Georre."
"aid 3r-A. MIai!trell, 'or ruimdng i
--Wh are t lev ?'
'll1i.ve I not told you ; didn't I r
'-Wh were thwy I saw at the r
wa tering"-plave ?"S
"Some wealthy people whIo h1d Il
seenf me at tle niilliner's where I
Fee t- a livelihood-screed at
my1% tra:de:, Ger- an-ld Who fatl- V
ecied my appearance, dCrestd ie 1
ill). and took mie t here with ; henI!" I
-You jest with me," he said I
witlh a1 ghawiz lv slile. V
--Do I, do I, inlee ? Thesea
pe"ple seem to Iecogn)rliZe me : i
Shieirc dtaughte- and as a sister. jert.
isideed ! Ymi wili biiI that out." I
-Iou are to' ui ctred. too taste- 6
ful, te1o ice featured !"
--All this a mtilitmer-nmay be, or c
a Sewilg." girl. Lodk fir your.'selt
among1011 the ciss. Is i. not tr1? tI
All that we -irs need is drvss."
Mainwell lifted his fist and dash. (
id it thr,u.h the air-. He ,round v
bik teeti. :mld tirlning away lelt
ihe room. s!:llamlinlg the door' vio- :
entiv 1ehild him.
11i" Wite took Ih-r hat and 4louk v
Atad fial's an11.1 fluiig leirself do'wi at
the talle and buried lier Eace in 11
Tie door opened again, and
Mainwell pult inl his head. k
--YoU 1i1:1e deveiv--d me." he
aide. --bn coe-y'll are mv wile f
-I will try and bear it."
She spring to Ier Ieet and cot- I
b'r lit ed him. If
"Your wife. am i ?" "Your wiffe,t
aid domned to live wit b tie who
lIoes no(,t Itive ier, bu11t was inl lov!e
with her eirciim-,tances ! N', sir;
p,mI may1 Cro. I will nt1, live a
Wite u1nl4ved for1 myself-you mIt 11Ut
rke file thus or I will stay. Stil
I ean WOrk "
Ie viwowd the door aid retired 1
lown the slairs to the street,
-n hme is bands and his teeth
as he welit.
--The horrible disgrave of it." he
amluttered --The derision that will t
he ny lot. And then to marry .
iuch a girl !"
Bit at the str1eot do.r ie tar V
rid. le had a struggle there
witl a hilmself, all almne. Suddenly
bie turied and dushed impetiusly I
lilp stairs, fln opeii tl e dor ol
.he romi. seized his .vife inl his
rui,.'t' eitl aspec~d he'r to) his heart. I
..Iv whi.," it whisperlaed il bcr
a r. -Sch vyou aro a; ever shall I
lie belorte (oil and the worbi."'
-N-w I bengit) think that yon c
love mie.- sh. said. smihig in hIs
lawe. - You( do hive me? You
re:ally I t k you d4, Georae ? '
ie clasped lher mnore i ghtlty :o
-Comie, thlen.'' she said. "thought ~
'f such paren'tts as these, peoori a
Iher : are, I shoul ni ( ot feel ash atmed I
-et they aire tact my'1 pcarents. ji
but have ontly played a part inia
whicah I have incst ructeed tem.
Shia ke biais withI tem, Geoirge.
ley ar'e wo rt lay pleoade "'
Acid lie dial shaike htattds with I
hem. amai wh'at is moure, he helpaed
n:at e'veing at M:iulainwll's house.
a pc;aty 'cnsistinr ofI aIr. tand ' Sir.
:2nd .\ rs. Ellsworithi. thle youn ii
lak y ac u a t allee' r< f ' txT I'ate i''
inI" phles, :nice Ned 'Nhittaker.
Neal never' was ini bet teri sp)irit"2 r
cc' r let it hee stateid, wer Mr'i ~~ . am
a'rs. Ells "iorthI. whoe tecrgave thIeirr
dacghlteri acid tier hucsbcand with-.
lit becasi ation.cti
--I say, G'erZe," said Ned. -"his- c
ein'gc ini M4ai in eWis ear. 't n' o ecan e
olav at th Ia game, e i't thlac ?"' d
':3iiinwell took .Ned's Ieriing. ~
--Ye"." said he. af'ter a few in'
menats 5of I iet bouh titantness. ''anil t lie
experlientce has taught mue a Ies
"W hat. faools the pridiie of wealth i
maik es otf us alt. I thlouighit shie i
oughtt tea have taken me rear'd- I
le's , f ity aircumtstanices, t'r mv. r
self ale. ami' scit he'u tbesitat ia nI
even. Anad yet whent she tested
me. I myself' was fthun wanting.
Shai wt* ev'eri Iearn to disr'egard a
person's ocu ann, andi toa ook tk
onlyu at the cliaracltr aciat seoli?'
$ed shirugged his shoulders du
--I t'hink I h:ave learnted thre los- I
son," Main well added.
A Peninsylvanai: wvidow'er with It
o'r ch1iliren lately miariried a
wiatw with nine, and nocw lie is
bro'wsinag ar'oun d after a divorwe.
Ie prrayed iar his own aoffpr'inhg
alt fauy parayers, biut wouildn't
put cup a ponit tion for' her's, aand
she "went fur" himt with a skil-e
A very.~ mocdest ohl aid, visiting 1
ai niewlv-marrt'tied frientd re'etly <
saw one oft her htusb'and's shirts oin 1
thi bed,l and excelaimned: "Oh,.
merey ! a man's shirt, on your
bed ! Suc'h a thing on my bed i
W3id gIra m the nightmare" t
The New York Riot.
The( New Toi k pupers continue I
o be urii wit ithe delails of a
he n-raz rf)it Of Wedliesduy, oi U
le occa-on of tihe 0aig. la- t
iae. fron which we eXtrueL the\
There ieems t) be a good de:d I
f, aIreling atniilig the militia ti
ev-illiits as to( 1 lhe FeLhavihr of v
lie mlenl of I he diterelit corp- di- a
inl-, the ltight. which will ie the ,
uIj et of m ilitary iive:-titUlAutil. d(
'ie New York Times, however, a
11r1i,lhes the f(doling SW1atiment:
Gell. Varian dea'-led the right
ving of the Sevetith regimient, -1
ider the lead of Captaiin Moore's fi
01mipanly, anld senlt it furward oil b
lie west sidewalk, to act as flaik-. t
a tn([ statioi-ary guards. The
rders Off I he Genleral %werc that e
i the suspected men threw stones- v
r otletr miiuissile-, or tired oi the p
r1Wtes%iolit-s, the me:n of the I
eveith were at onlce to firc Up01 V
le-i. General Varian especially il
auiijt1ied iiiis fluikiig pariy that
it-y were to avoid. if posnible, t
ri.ig oll womenll or ehil11ren1. -- It
hose, m1cl UNe v*i,tltnce,"1 Said thet a
reiera!. --use your pieces, and aim t
ell. Captailn Sm11ithi moved his
otiany t tie spot de.-ignated, j
nd there remainied. As t1e pro
e%4rioni moved il front of the right 1 1h
;ingu, of, tlie Seventh, several le
tones atid otier iissiles were V
uriled fr,o t!he oppio.ite build- t
rigs, wlien eiglt ot ten of the s
evel b ilei elevated tlj,ir imus- 1i
et aund fired. At t he same i.1--.I
Ient, -everal miissiles Were tLhrown I
raii t lie ridewalk crowd. :111d a k4
-*w pist(1l :-;hots were fired. Tht, a
ii relziicit was lten in cul
iml u. by Voinipanlies, w[het. in some S
lexplica!le mai er, the i..eu t
peled fire to ile right and -e4t. E
earvely hid the volley ben fired s
han ti lie groind held lby the Ni.tb t
1:s de:-erted by thei, and tle t
it'li rtslied for thelter to tlie
idtewalk allot houses, thereby n
makit:g it impos-ible or tle wi-g v
Stie Seventh to) maintain it x a
,rmllalion. Thle Ei *-hIity -toiur i It alko "
pened fire, and ievaile almost a- i
ich demoralizei as the Nith. r
-Nuiler,)LIS minl"I ilicidents of a
lie day illu.trule the desperate a
baraet er of the mob. 'i -New a
ork Tr,bune gives the flll'wing 1
Aihiough without organizatiotni v
r leadership. tle ritters were I
vid, it1ly prepared fir tight, most 11
t t hose arrested havinlg coicealed a
ceau>ns. Had tile line ti tr(joips I
eei brokei or tle po lice been h
>re(il FrOml thevir Pu.sitiffns, thle t
i,st jrighiiful toltvhiery and pil- i
wge in,1, i;ve inevit;alh ensued. 1.
hasly tihe n't ivity of L e pmbe '
arly in the day. at Tweiity
i,,Ii hI and Tweiu ty inth streets. h
revelited the concen-1tratioll oi
he tuoht befotre the appmearancee ofin
hie troophS ; antd thle unitorinuat e -
luider ot thei troopjs whlo fli'ed*
.j itout ordel(rs tanquestionably' di
atd ithe otte hap'py effect oif eow
rg atmi crush ing I hie rioters. It I
4 probhale itihat h is onec hiasty b
rir saved I ie city fromn great ert
h. oodshied at a lauter houri, whlenu
heIt w<mb.tt~l have letit couiraige 11
da tim.-' wo(uld hatve swelled theh
atiks oft lhe itoba.
Soonit after tihe proccsionl hiad1
tarted. a teruitnts-h>okinig wo-o
tain rut-hedl out frm the side- (
al k. seizedl thle reg.al'ia of onei oi il
le Orangzemetn. anld attetmpjted to 2
tillt ihem fromt his sioilders. A
ildier w;arnted her bactk wit h lier
utt tof htis muuket, but th le infli
iatIedl anntia' ai~jalt in hiis face an iti
age', r.eprotachled her co tunit tien tI
rl their cowar d ice. W hien thle '2
ring began. a denise mia,s of pea -. I
e were sitru~ghitg 'toward lie
entr oft4) thle sItreet, apptarenlty
easiousi of barea'kot tip the linea
f muareb. Abhot lie timtie te
rintg 'ccred iniIi ihthI avenueit, I.
hiriee ralIlian:s iin Si x thI i lvena,
iceetillg iin front I,of Fatic ht'sv
bzaar, het weeni TIwent yv third It
itd Twenlty.f-mth streets, a lady
ho w ere oranIige-colored riIibonis E
i hec bont,tt~ at ottce at tucked
er, and tore hcter head dress toe
ragiment I heli was frighitetied I
,v this uniexpaected assault, and lti
led ito onte oft the neighiborinig (
tortes, wvhere shO e:was piritectd. t
Setget.ii Jamies 31. Mlerl, ofh
le six teeth lpreemet, resides ini I
he bouse friiom mi frout of w hich
ie Iircinig b.egan,. wal says at, the
itei it was occupieid oly byi&
bree hadies, his wife, daughiter
mdi' a Mrits. G,oa.drichi.
lFor tent miutes before the col
tim itwa readyl to mol(ve, Pli':e' I
:nlSpectorP WallIintg had noit iced a
umrciy of tn onu the roof jf th li
ionset5 ont ihe Sotth.-ast. cotrieri of 1
Sigta Ib aveinute andi T wei ty-eaiht hIi
1reet. T1hie rev.olvers of the ityi
vee plaitly seent, anid from Itheir
-ommaniidintg p)osittin the inspe)Ct.- 1
>r trealized ho(w east~ it wutld he
or themi to pick off the leaders of
het procCcsioni. lie t bea-rrre call
dJ the ttenttion f ol ). Clark to:e
he riuite-rs, arnd a squad of the
eventih Regiment was detailed to
vatch their p)roceedings. Sr'Pect-,
ng. that the rioters were abhout j
,n- ir, tho al1sm hm anthe ir I
ifles, antd in a twinkling the rool
Va.s clearled. On the lop of a
muse, a little frther down the
velile., tn oh 111man Was seein de
berately lIdiiig his rev(lveLr. At
iv time he was nlot molested.
Vith refereiwce t thie alit k on
he cr)wd. Inspe.tor Walling ial
hut he did not conider it iiijusti
.b-, atd that although miany
,ere killed. the fintag u as really
ningVr (i lile. The poliev arlt.
uid the inspector, voild have
ivien the crowd at every point
lotg itlie proetscsion.
James G. 11itclrcock. oi New
Iavell. anl eye-Witiess of 'he af
iir, says that t*our of the dead
:11 wit7h loaded pjtols in thjir
aWlls. ready and takiog aim at
The apotlheary'.s shop at the
orner of Twenty-third street,
'as Most thorourghl riddled. A
is;ol shot having been tired at
he troops from that r e, a
(llev had beena at once polrel
ito t he crov. (I collected there,
nil the hullets crashed throu-h
lie large plate glass windows,
reakinig niht11itudeS bf bottles.,
1ad1 w-histling abolit the ears of
hie terrtfied dru gist. Fort II
ately no onle.in the Store waz inl
A 41ronuzh-lookinur, dirty. low
d, villhanuis-lookin prL lNisoIiIer.%% ho
as taken before Judge lIIgaL,
Ibou.ght hat in his e here had
irely elen somei mistake. Tihe
risiuer said: "JUIdge. this is all a
listake ; I didi't inteind t hurt
hume oicers ; I only Imelant to
ill one )t lusu G-1 d-d Or
The New York World give
'mc particilars of tile deatri of
hie youngra Virgrurani. Charles H.
ettit, who was amoimg the per
its killed during the Hot. 'Ie
wty-tWO years of aq.e, and was
a ave b1etn mar1ried in t w o
-etks to atn estima:hle young lady
un1 d Ira B. J-4hnvon, and it vas
,hile retuaiig from her hou.w,
Iter extelldinlu ali invitatiota to
o to Brooklyn, that he met hi
atiimivel cd. After leaviaag Ler
e.idenlce he walked to Elglth
veanue, havinag some biuiness to
ttet.d to, P11t1r1mistag to returl) in]
shiort time. Twenty miiiutes
ad searcely elasped w hean a Imes
t-nger came rIuning it) her hiu--v
th the sad liews that vonyr
ettit; had been shot, througih tie
cart and was lyigar dead o the
veramre. A few clays since the
olig iati received a letter fron
i- illmther, siif.a inX her iiten
io to visit New Y'rk to %itIess
is tmarriage. Toing Pettit co...
ileted a -arge prvisio I busie'
at th1e West Iide f Obe citN., anli
i sptljcIn fif b) Itill p4rtLe InI tWe
As il we had not lad excite'
rtnt ad trouble enoagh, sas 1
Jew Yor)k .ett er. at as paroposed ini
atte quiart er's to tcall a genteral itt
ignatil m11 ieetiai?g to dleltoantce
lie Mavamr. ami to demrand t ha.t the
a, dice8ulri ntt end enat shIaall vacate
is paiace. Antrither pro'.airn as
) ioinli aate n( mii toa lie .Leg:s
itutre this flaIl wh w3)~ illnu ph'!1aadgc
imselt, ina advance. toa voate for a
ill sutpiressintg parLadies ont the
it h oft Mareba, as well as oan the
:alh of July. TIhere is a vetry
at iceabale cooalara.s tAween thle
i ve'ranoar an d ire Mayaori, resutal
a gfrom 'theiar colth ietung ordters.
'h ti.ss oIt tire 'D)e ama'acrat ic Ipoba
icianas dlividet as5 to wic th was
at act!hig itn cancert together.
hIe Repaubanournaltt'i, plac'e tire
a;tr for tie wh'idae atfair at the
uincanat door(1. It is telres!tng
a ntrate lie viewtvs of tIre non-com iar
at atit aclasses af tire freigna p''p
atian. paart icularly the Frc:ee
td Germanr ts.
ThIe Nat ionial Guard inst ten
illedl anrd twanty wt ountded. Ot
ne ':iviliatrs ktlled, twenity live
ere' natl!ives oaf Irelandti, live ad
Ie Untrted Stateas, two of Ger'
harty, one oi Entgland, one cal
ic~tlatnd, onre of Aaustralin, antd
eeLral tunknaownr. Of tIre womndo
!. aboaut trialety were anat ives ol
relanrd. ten of Engrlantd. tenl 01
fteerr of the Unirtedl States, a few
iremanis, 0n icolohared tman, atidU
Ie balance utnkatown. Two wo
[eta, lre AEarteticanr anrd thre (athIet
risha, atnd a zirl, also IriTh, wer.
f tire ainmber k illed.
It is saidl E. L. Carer, the well
ariawna leader (of the~l Ibeniat
aeieitites, is toa b e indtrljted thej cr1n
pirai-y tEo create a riElt. Carey'a
peehies to thea. Iraishmtren inr ti
riarce Strieet 11411l, on MoaItE
ight, were of ani inalnanatrory
-areter, antd tire granda jaury o
he Cour t oi Oyer aladi Ternonrt
tui ini sesstion, inatendi to tounid at
tdictmntit i1at upo tetm. It is aI5(
ai'd Caaev used hris inflauenec t.ilt
Ie Mayor to have tIre Oran.tge pa
ade stopped, and, to effect this
ircualated! a report that thouisatd:
af iibernrians hrad armred threni
elves arnd Woltd pr'e-vent t he n1a
-ade art anay cst. Gary holds 11.4
>ffice of PoIrt Wardern, a positior
vort,h $8.000 a year. The gian<
nry also intend~to indiet the rio
e-e augt aniD at tbo.nroCU
sion for mirder. It w:.s a sublject
of g-ierai rvinu~rl;yeL trda
:mton those wh(, wittessed the
iot Ott the Eighth avellte, that
t Ie mlost v.Oielit uf the inob were
zlearl all w- men. It is said to
h:1.1vt*bven a wom:zl 1h-> fived thu
first shitt near1 the Grand Opera.
Iitse. A woit:z% was tle firmt
vivtim (f tle firs't v ar of the
Oil th sidewalks, at t he
doors, at tihe witidows, wotlien
Wer Ie hevard shirivking4 cur-ses
gailst the bloody Ora: gernet.
and 4in:ilating tih- vourtjage t
their usbaids and brothers.
'hle pot gives the fahwin: : as
a relib1e aceottnt of Col. 1i's
ishap: --Cul. Fisk wus iarching
at lie head of his rtgitullet. inl Is
shirt s'reves, islliug' a large
abare. when thie fir.L crackle of
-musko-try -vts hseardA I) frolt..
Simulltuamis!v with tihat v.)lley ,
there ud cole a whole
Shower vif S:Oes and briek- at
Owh Ninth. and aIyIV m-i delartt%d
that rifle Shots were fired at tin-m
from n ind-jows and root. As tl e
fire ral up1) the line of, the Eig'hty
fimirth re-imeit twaurd the head I
of the Nin h. 1hat reIgimett I I
wheeled, atnd Coal. Fisk and his
11Ii-ers Atito 1)iheo rildht. Ifo te
fir.t vompiay had kiteit ready to
fire. They diseharged their pieve-4
n' ii iout receivii:- iiny orders. atd
11ie selcntd eonIi!,ulny% tilowed Iteir
exattple. Tite iob surrounded
Fisk. antd s lie raised his sabre
they ti-ll upoti him, and - a t.w
ninuitttes lift erwards lie was piceked
ny in thle autter, wviir I- righ1
ikl di-cated. lie wv; varrwd
inti a hakery. und atitendvd I
S -r-tiems ofiilrd ind Tiompson.
At fir-t it w:ts thouglit he was
st rutck b-V a spett it bll. An homr
Itate r he w:as removed iln hi'4ciltse
to the rear. where a close coteht
W:l il VvIlatting (in niothe street.
:Id lie wits remit'ived to ithe do(k.,
where ie tovk wt boat for Sandy
TtE PARADE GOER CTx.
Gener-ii Vniun. iidizilvit :i the :w
timn df the s4ilh rtri nvitt in Ihing with
.uti orders. sirder d it t, thw rv:ir, aind
br1)1211gh t" fi. n -h1l1 4.1 thle 9:h1 to tuk-.
it, phice ilatihe ltft of Ithe 0l-%an-cemenT
Tlt- proe.i-ie%-i-n then ittived tilt. Tli.
.nsjion of the mob. apt.eared to h:iv
hie-era tV sirntv ded. The ide-'- k
W- re li'.6-d with jie',ple, the 'A in.14ws ..
tailiv of tle hmi-ies were criwdi-d, und
al mny pinrts workinume-n inl lua
i tiebe-r-i ii-pe lened tli ir 1Inh166r,) to 'A it
tier& the prieoe%,iin ; hut thev wt*e ,all
--ih-nf. Whe-n nill wete goie ind the
ricuht of rme -ion h-id aieei vindiientd.
it wa-z -..n awhil cenetto f--r li Amw'ieni
I-t%r tl se. the,hldin, :Ad shtte'-ed
(Ill e.N m1 n Il ndI :11. ' ,A I li-t rn I hs
11nVeme1clt<; and1 Stonem..E' hh;veu
and the( cr-oNs sitreets. Prsi%.st.; n,4o nib
iiered uot thu.- gr-iilld. -eeki,j to Iser
f."ii tilt Ii tfltit for !o-Ime 1-wit prav
ing for, mid lie little gri .sai, -if rteitive.
vbibe I n br1the-l Wilvith dikordn
liit nnil lr-ss, ni-d tiar nwd impieen
t i. nus bleted. sito..:.esd over lhe bodiiie
A fter ni littl witi.lei tii d fmiti r
arois wer ni- ,;re.'ssed hv lie polii-i,
'and --ne aifter anotilh--r thle warim hii life
the n..-nd, tovni:ii.il th i f it-e enut -
and thev' :niivedi Ina aird Broadi a ar and.
pi"-.,. d the line i-f hoate.l<. eniryitsg metil
ni it un~~ttd tate wihetrever~ they' ap
The~ noce-s-toon kept sl r-d-,:ht ott dn n
F.ith avenneut ii. cer ited and to iphotided
fi (il thet boose, aind feeb.ly hint, d frn.
n-repim was1It extr-:ainnt try. Lotnd it
re-eleid tiive-try lart of the U. it. d
t tes 1hi ~e f'rotu Mtiiiadi Sipnrei and
ti'in,hsh oil -riie. 'The Gjru n. emten, gh
allt oond ,w ith1 a ii alf a potec.~ ton l..ied
ahrun ithe Wo0rn Itlrth mn-nnt andr riie=
marchedii dPi j i ti rthe pr i n.t nl zi;r tituite,
wh-r e ti hS, dishn ofoded. , ir
Ii nti. ntt A i m:i.cr c atlprnca.I ii
itnie 14m.do-diir a n irt a- irer liand-onh
short m.-n f.imedlm an regulari proces.iI
~ ilto liron:ny ire w!e, no- itakting
~lii tdftli'vitheir ooe.Mn .f ther werec
pn)iekinoxe and haiktrs. Traher nferh
aati,nwhotw.r a n sirte' glril nde' tlh'.
cour,-ti naid a~- ti ht, ii.d entriod t.
de1%nniii proeed u pde: na deiati up
* th1 itt aU ht weed,tovere.l ont the tide~ou
ntulR iiito -gnati* them. Iv T he eiation
andr deternoi,i n .st --re.CiZCi ho ee r n
paren t all lite la..~hite iti.in
*.i te jire:,tdoriuhi'rar.sh intlk.d b
nonenh ad'. ..t.em hitn A,'i linr
pas.d Sttn. an Hotoo to e4s, the
walk?timo h ad wll brs ihe 'uff frwle
a eicheD .h ernp ito Teith. CIn thoe
cwonr be~n eis a perospec of e-x
i,ere pick.-i. wath cl:mirns cu:, trmdes
Iel knicked d.i- i, uid stliied una
Iha-1 tie delers on BroDaSv
l3sli: v llte*d ir* di.-ors 4.r retieated it,
bie upper widw.W ht-s ju.st ablt)t%
32rave (;!m-h thle poei e
cred a dvt:cIln-It I.f 1,4!iee. The -i!i
-t-, %e.l Ubutwvd. niid ihe inua n ct
a ni1itbs.-cs. Thlie emad i orderei
0 di-per,c. The rai, l, headd bys it
a1 in d ir!..:i!er. 'n:uku u:,t in defial.
,-ei,s. S.., I ii;biiie eOlp.eed after tht
wdvr rn -- gv,-i h, f.-r tie Ihee n% vre
IS Lite -trert. :. dl rh:ariixg UPW:: the i
r h i A i.t I t % ir i id;I The I -..i ,
en.ier Aeijt <!-.-.-:%Vnit b a cloven ukl.
md i.i-. r ,- -It i) the gu t.-r. A
,-w oil he brave.st af Ii. rvui die sto-ld a
in.3wet, asid tis-t 1!h-d heln.Thel
*:yto;wnrt if locust n :s, idoT het~ od eve
h. n c.--rvsrcl4rin i, ad in live miil
tem tthe whinle foml.-reA Iild bseen -wat
ered, ftid -ere olim,w; In full fli:ht
nck tw their i-treat-. A round of np
dause fiom th,'i, d- of tpectttori in
ie wind-r.4. awl Uo thEl bule-nMois a
:Wi i .- v the row. te-iiSed to i -
wlIIIjplelIvurs -.1 iv h strret n%:s cluar.
B..fwe tLi.; pim-ce-simi statt,u' f:omi
M.e street ire Was toie per-on in1 it.
mewtr ho, n to v,Pu!bI nit have '.-en
'VC I8, e.ho m-le himuse!f conl- icunus
Iv tetu i i .8le t I:.1.1a::e 8r11 .4eimti .
le 14- i-iredi a revither. anrid vmA i thie
w.-,e 1'-e li r fu lasthi that h e - zul.l hoove
he loorq of an Orangemar. biefre night.
Ial fruntiv a ilhl ex--item-v-t L.i shi-iler
ninsi.d afreviJed face*..Cie %ven fl..iniv
b 1r--gl h e4s il n1 le initi-l hi, i
lw% to act.; of vitil1ce. When the
.:r state- i he IoAk hi pl:ae ill frol't.
dt fr ta hm:r wiv imarched hv rhe iib
.( the leader " it is i i j,tol In hi, .ai l.
Ui h.o lmi-r thn u,riri-r of this-cuse
lo t i he o ered thorighlifare. inid ' a
*trai el.! to a ei4mnr IL lda t. e riru;: gtire
. nor Ti tiewth e:-:. Pa,-i g thr-ugh
hie kii.t of br ieit he eitne upia oh
-0,-10.4r.w ..vti<A 4..y jnid tspton n
mnlt. 11.4 s-kull ., cru-hled, 1ad thle
- )IIi. d ls a rnt.i t i ima he::11 Sen i
&et mrs-rrw -ti i-keri ermi d g6-:ed
I hin. olle Jlf 11h.-m*, nI d b i : 'Ant; )Ij%:j
t . th. i i iei-int lo t it) - i.r fir the
:uilty. Anottrr refmit-vilk that i[ vra,
.Uih it svu a bow hilleit lv a polive
rat'.. . i, i .-il i r 1 id %veto ired th.- us
Irtfi that the viczil had-A an. thing
1) do uith 4t.
3ons of Temperance.-Circu
It must I-C :appa1.1rent to cvery
>hserver thatI titemperance pre.
a6.it too ndaarming extent in this
tate; that the war tand the trou
. since. have driven losand.-,
>f our people of good habits Ie
'ore. to seek relief froin their mi
dartn i i n~ i I!toxICieti hevet~res,
ind it is to bie 'ealred that di:isipit
1on1 is. even now. on the inereas.
n mir beloved old S iate.
Belore i he wur, I the Temperance
ase Was pipu,lar ii S-uth Caro.
ina. In almo.,t evey County
here vere fl-urishing Divi,imns
>t I I Sois of Teiiperance61, and il
S IliVed t..at m tm V of thes. in
i sit e of sl-p 1-sionl falor the last
ell years. Willcembrave theu pres
.it oppjrun ty to nevive the Or
lerat, a resini the good work.
4vrr- fluirishi ti., ions in
Iiffieet locatlit ies -eint repuresen:
al i ves to (ChaurleIton r-eently. andl
be Gnuiid Division of Souths Car.
A~ -'Form of Appilicattioin fori
'harter" is fuarnishedi. ai this.
:ine b a lost tighst good aind
rue men'i. andl rturjned toi th I of i
irs tor Ritnul!s. stnd all nec- saryV
oiipplie ine.ident to theL o)rgan:iza
iin oitf niew' Di Vijtians.
i is reiommendedIti that ait luast
~12 he~ set wit h e.very ppea
it n. t o pauy f.ur t heseQ supphes,5 1n.
An inv i',.aion is ('ardilly ex-V
end a ed to all w.vho formrni(iv a hte
'n gied to t he Or-d-r. to returni*i
'"1 assist in th'.e wo rk of reI)on
a*rnet1 ion! ; to t he min ners oft atll
hce Chiurcheas in the Stat e. :un ii
all oithelrs dhisse to maesm
aerificesQ- for thel goc.i tof them-a
It is bliejtve.1 t hat the crn
ot iit.s former htigh po,ition in' I 12
usittand that it wdll [raove pow~~'
Thrsuiv instrauma;l nii reto.ring
as the P:aiimettio S'a:te, thle pros
Resp ?-i n ii thmittedj in Lore.
ED. EMERICK SELL.
Gr'ani Wor.t-tav Patriarchs.
TuCJ.As J. L4AMoTTs.
[AN ELECT FoRt THE PRESSNT YEsAR.
-Zal. Emeii'k Sol. G. W. ,
Charlest on1. S. C ; Oiliver He wit t
G. WV. A.. Grahamis. S. C.; Thomn
as J. L;aMot le. Grand Sertha,. Co.
Inmbia. S. C. ; A. B. Towers,
trsraid Treaisurer. A ndier',iaI. S. C.:
Rle. Jlohn Cul jtpeppr.G~randl (hap
Graind Sentinel. Bambserg, S. C.
The French army has s3een! wo
mnen sulrge'uTs, and it, is said they cax
take off a ljimb~ sorieely that a
Bnjoys it a.f:er he gets accutstome.d te
it So ma,.who- bas ev!er haad
c~o1ulec fGegs cut off by a wann w!!
ever afterw.rd .allow a manao era
k afo-- Dmi'no can hhit.
Corstant ocuatn ion li a11dott
edI! the natural' and prope-r con.
di;in of makiid. As-iie M -1
Vailces ever does tit cifidid dt
he plrt, plitate. r erivtg:inigadi%
th::t fife i, pro1on_-ed,-_ti:4kdef,*
nasters the torrer;s, and idaakut
a twosperrenes. So, i4w.0t,
mniit:A werld within us, thoua.,
tiever rests. Whenslutfiber. tran*
Inates the faculle,A. fanlcy, ung,id
ed. plays strange antics. y.et min'
like oean.. i4 never whutly .a
active. We dream, even Wh
men.ory fail: to rt'ord ~tlaoiew
mynsterit,us visitants. den'omiit(xol
ri'Vions) or dreaw. Fr- iie:S
stiinge huh-a-imaiOns, and tivid
Operation4 o*, mi nd we arm.perhap
not aceantablo, but- for imm Wa.,
iin. t bought.s we certainly -mr
31wital regulation and eaaple.svf
ment is certainlV, to som ea|j"
unde Ir he coitrol of every reso.
a!.c creatue. Now, there i ',*
:mo0re sure preventer of hea1tfit
m.nial act im theni the pursditi t
t rifihgciupaimn with the han.
i'hut young lady. who sitrodin
iltenlt on fibirietinf an flegamt
lir - f ome grnd- dispiy!, e
coures her mind to dwelf- ow
the ftrivolous 1t ails, fiat cnif -f
what that dress requi'eA 14v-im
comp1lkt-on. but on the .1hoamsp"
and one accimplianying irmu
stance,4 w hih uav attend its wea
ing. All tlhiS is vanvitv. zie'bR
hve we er. is m"re excuable. d4ft
her more idle young friend wo
catilor Spare time U3 zu antiaitOi
Por hers6ff her own costui&,.. i"
runs from shop to dresuuif1ag
esia.blan6it, or-ferng and reW
deri'wr arrginr:nd ze-airusgiutg
the min!ui is o (id(]ress witkhlamct k
fort hou.grht anrd -puinms a if so
were t rai, ingli -hepiritto act* of
heneoen., r recniukser
child of poverty from desiMir
sad a tailig is it to perverv fmu
hirh 91 an4d beifiveit, em.ply;tn
the faculties of the -oul, .ta, WE
1may well believe the angelawerp
on beholding it. Sincehethoughts
of fmios ness Is si. we are warl
ranlted in (.0n10:ding ;.iM Waste'b
--etivitV yanid eiergy'sin ail.: ;
ada it i ing th i4 to be Ihe cai ti
shalbe said Of those- wio efr-jIaj
their lile in idle ossip-tettlist
andd VOhingeP.Itnu -ipe setmtiU
ot hers ? Whose dellei4.jwivnt4
gie; whose gratiseati>n.irki PPO
Ibends. in its liiest reh,cJa
hunlifing of t rivu, or, ttill-worsem
thle in>prachmlenit f a 14u1g141*F
Let i u u beW.re of the inualon1i
which time is Snet. or MXt14-14
should .Ta : ayed, I.eutf
people spend much titui-ft
that of killi-n-V ii, and thesir v
have iard gnre hardy eireark
O crfss. Kill time ? Thaike
direct pervorsion of Gods:eass
amand. --What your hamleh-.4gill
Ido, do it withi all your-i
Iknoweing~ that t here is aeiterj
nor dlevice in the grave ta
we~ hsa-t.n." The em >loemento
time not on aes our prceen
con;dit ion. but reace,. 'iwtItit
miate effects. a great !eracfft..
Let us. then,. so use eef-asn
momet, t hat1a it spe.eds 4th 0:8
record miay he'err-d- before
':s lby a ttestling .timew-1heet bi*
sey i e iialy .vukean. p,-kg
sll exptiret beinsg mtergeddilt qa
ML-RDE,:ANDiSU IE.-0 d t
ogi in Doddlrid.tu Comnity, Wed
V ir;:iia. was asad .td. Is%i
O1es a ron:!h chaurafeer of the
cor:ie~i(ted. Noah Jamues. a citisite
of -ome wealth. iiin in thec ueigha
bo"rhsb'td, and a mem.h,-Ier of the
last Legishtiaire. contribu.te'd to
preI the convictionl, M tq.r hist
I eni:tenee Owvens niuide a. confeu.ina,
ini w ich he asrte-l that Taume.
had nrocured hina' re do the de+
hv brihe of675. amd hadl par'ti'N
pat ed in it. f;:ii i he st.eond shtitn
to he murdlered- man:. TiMirtiM*
rest. .It is possiule he-gve sense
wind of it, foar Monday-h: lise
steppj ed ouit of his:house/witi~r
rifle in his md, anseJ dag,the
mu tzzle at. his eye, pulled. the trig
ger~' wih his toe, prtodag~ing-.al10:4
in.,t nt deatni.
In a cer:ia .emieteryvt4 ar
In :Ne.w ttou(.n Counaty.' is C'n
nietient, c*an be fotund- z lot edni
taIiin five gpave*, one in ti.
een -re. I bie(:hrtr near by at the, fooh
ponts of theo coms- 'e t
4cripti"fn onl tho hit.ter read''r
spetively. afeecr the mimeo of de
th-ceasedl : --v f. Wife." 'My IL. .
Wife," wi&ile the contl4.~I st4ne
hears the brief but efnqeten eg'
pres.sion, --u IIusbanod." -
iAh hing, avr that i a t
banenit, inias.iauch as 26ij14
gS togw up to be wonaep
High rer.tasdrg a lady.t dhs