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"ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
OrFIC ON LAW RANGE.
July 19, 29--0m.
S. FURMAN, s
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE ON LAW IANGE.
.W 3, 18-1y.
iAIEER & HARMON,
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NEWBERRY, S. C.
AIEN'T FOR TiE
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Law, and can be found at their office
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CharlealtHonm. '. 1, L.owndes. Pres't 11onk
ef Charlotonl, WV It. silmith. E.q., Il'ilst 1*l'ion
Blank of(Cha rleston. Ituobe rt Ad:ger, E?q . It. C.
P0rooley. F.I. Nvwberry-Rtobwrt L. McCangh
rin, Prex't.XNtt. flank, New(wrry.
Canignments of Cottonl leppeel fully olielerl.
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C. R. H OL MES,
COMMISSION M E R C II A N Tf,
ACCOMMOD)ArTON WII A 1fF,
C IIA R L ;S TO N, S. C.
Atug. 23, 34-3m1.
Fhactors ha n,od Cr01 12oldm~isio
~Liberall da nceOlpsi mae ol:i
JIotton anid th NavaI3 l Stul acoesC
,oal IIE subsci be tak.es plasetin inform.
tng is frilled and te publici generaliy,
w,hll be hasp r fe vedy ofro his old stndil to
phn sto.re oln roonid asawillinary iiii
flort, imd at. opite the .Conr
r',al ld toods, OU li Il'S
Fn tly II ~''I,i (ilcer1es,
,rad a it ed tra. st o ol i fler he I tl
will be happy I0if eer one of hol riend f a
ther of he geat, h ean fam iCl hohap
pen to be strolli ar nd wee i l a hi a
_ ii.A .I,V IA E
MRS. A. SILL,
Formerly of Columbia,
*ashionable Dress Maker
ltcspeCtf1IlIy inform1s the ladies of New
orry, anid the surrounding cottrT, 1hai
te is locatted In the bonse inmiedliately op,
osite the residence of Mr. M Foot, wher
te will be happy to receive all orders ir
Dresses cut nad mitade in latest styles, anml
ny kind of mcwing, all promptly attendled
She hopes by strict attetition to l>nsines.
merit a share of the patronage of the l
ies of Newberry. Oct. -1, 40-1m.
OtAVIAM. 0.. N. BtTL.F.I
GRAHAM & BUTLER,
OFFICE NO. 6 M'INTOSI TIEV.T,
Will give their strict attention to tihe Sto
Ige and Sale of Cotton and other produce oi
Will furnish planters with Groceries. Hag
ing, Ties, &c., at market rates, nnd will maku
le usiali advances on Produce consigned.
Oct. 4, '0--2m.
R. THOMPSON, D. D. S.
ratatte of the llennsylvania College of
Offie over McFall & Pool's Store.
My patients receive tie benefit of all the
Itest iprovements Ih the profession.
Special attention given to correction of Ir
ratiarti aes In Children'* 'vectl.
The patromnge of the pulie Is respectfully
flicited. Terms very moderate.
Sep. 27, 39-tf.
PAT. H. DUCKETT,
N A N 0 LOCKSMITII,
CAN he found at Carolitna Mantafacturina
ompayta's Tn and Stove Shop, with a com-.
lete stock of
kUNS, PISTOLS & MATERIAL
I his line, Anld will UEPAll (ham1s, 'is
als, all kieds of Locks, tlibrelits, 'ara
1I-, Castors, &c.
I)y. doitig good work at mnderate price!,
n.d beitg pn1ttctuial to my blsitness, I hope
receive a liberal patroangc.
PAI. II. )UCiET.
P. PIFER, M. A., Principal
[iss FANNIE LEAVELL, Assistant
rof. F, WERBER, Musical Dep't
This School will restme its exercises or
le 121st Seitemb-t next..
8. P'. lI00%/1h, Esq., See. I'd.
COL. S. FAil, Pres't.
Atg. 30, 35--t.
Due West 11emale College.
'ill ITEENTIl year will open Oct. 241
tad close middle of ne't Jvly.
Past prosperity most, eniconralgiig. I.e
tiota pielnsaant, ntd healthy. Fcnity fall
ttd comaplete. Eight teachbers. 'otarse (t
tat roetion t htIoough. (Governmaent, thati
a nwell ot(ldered famialy,
Expense tor t he y'ear, (2 Sesstins, .t
eek~s), for bard, (Itanhtim tula atni wash
ag,) iad tutition itt all hi teary stud(iest, itt
Frenchi, Mutsic, I rnawing, l'aitntitng, &c.
i very rerscotable rates.
For Cataolognte addres the l'residet,
JT. I. iU)NNElit,
Duac WVest, Abbteville Cu., S. G.
8e p. 6, 3i0-2m.
PAUfL B. LMLANE & CO,,
W1rOLESAxLE G'RO(' RS,
l'il EAST BAY,
C II AIRLEST1ON, S. (I.
ON)SI GNM11ENT1S HOIO('ITE
IlttiuNoxa'.--Mosrs. IRant & ('o., 3oLoy R
tee. .Iossrs. Watngner & Slones, Mr. J. Com
autiotnal hnak, Mtay .3.t 18-m.
TfillS eligible, c.ommtodions and well fatr
ished li IJSg, aecenttly kept lay MIr. Jor
an a P. I 'otal, is ttow Ie ttr th anattit;gemtent
f Mr. S. 11. Caluntt, who. will ~aaretneithi
mae tnor meana tot mtake it a tirst clatss fio
Sept. I', 1871.
All coods SOILD ll'Y 1U wili Itn delveree
ree of' D)rayago to anty one itn Tiownt, or tata
te int 2 mailes of thte Gottrt. I lotase, andt a
he Dopot. Also to atny otne tat, licionia
tad we gttartanteo to sell goo Is as chteap a
nay cathera honstae.
L.OVELIACE & Whil'EELEl.
isk's Metallc Buial Cases
'TIlW SUIISCRIlIEIIltt, h aontantly ol
tat a fttlias'artnment of t,bc abiove tappt e
ases, of' differet patt erns, baesidctescollin
IId hit wntake, alh of whtich Ite is prepare
ta turnaish tat, very rasontablo rattes, wit
rtomtntess tand desapatch.
Persoe~ desironst of haing oases sCnt ht
nilroad wiil have Itemt setat free of chtargt
A lIearao Is aiwatys ont htad anad will b
ttnrishted at lae rate of $1I0 pet day'.
Thatnkfutl for lpast,~ patnge, thet sui
cribaer r'espaectftully asks for a conttitutio1
f the samte, anad assutres thte pulic tht
to eaot oat his parat will he spaared to rettde
hao tmoast satisf.action.
A. C. t iiA PMfA
A certain nobleman, very proud
of the extent and beauty of his
pleastiro grounds, chancing onio
day to call oi a small squire, whoso
garden might cover half an
acro, was greatly struck with tho
brilliant colurs of his neighbor's
"Ay, my lord, the flowers ire
well enough," said the squire,
"but pertmit 1110 to Show you lly
Conducted into an old-fashioled
little greon-house, which srved as
a vinory, my lord gazed with mor
tification and envy on the grapes
twice as finO as his own.
"My dear friend," said tho peer,
"You have a jewel of a gardoner;
let me soo him."
The gardonor was called-the
singlo gardener-a simple-looking
young man under thirty.
"Accept my coml plimentm on
your flower-bed and grapes," said'
my lord ; 'and toll me if you can,
wh1y your flowors a1re 0o Illuell
brighter than miio, and your
graIpes RO mu1i1ch finler. YOU 11must, I
have studied horticulture profouid
"Please your lordship," said the
man, ",I have not had tile advan
tago of much education ; I bean't
no scholar; but as to the flowers
and the vines, the secret as to
treating themi just came to me,
you see, by chance."
"By chance ? Explain."
"Well, my lord, three years ago
master sent me to Lunnon oil busi
ness of his'n ; anld it came on a
rain; and I took shelter in a mews,
"Yes; you took shelter in a
Ime ws ; and whatt then ?"
"And thore were two gentlemen
took shelter, too; and they were
talking to each other about char.
"About charcoal ? Go on."
''And one said that it had-done
a deal o' good in many kinds of
sickiness, and specially in the first
stage of cholera; and I took a note
oin my mind ofthat, because we'd
had the cholora in our village the
year afore; and I guessed the two
gettlemen were doctors, and knew
what they wero tllkilg about."
"I daro say they did ; but flow
ers anid vines don't have the cho
lera, do they ?'
"No, my lord, but they have
complaint.s of their own; and 0110
of the gent leman went on to say,
that chatcoatl had a special good
ellect upon all vegetable life, and
told a story of a vine-dresser, in
(ermany, I think, who had made
a very sickly, poor vineard one
of the best in those parts simply
by charcoal diressing. So I natu
rally prieked up ily cars at that.,
for one vinis were ill such a bad
way that master thought of doing
away with them altogether. 'Ay
said the old gentleman, 'and see
how a little sprinkling of Charcoal
will brighten up a flower bed.'
TLhe~ rain was now~ over, an d the
gentlemen left the mews; and 1
thoughit---'Well, but before I try
charcoal upon my p)lants, I had best
make somie iniquiry of' them as
aren't, doctors but gardeners ; so I
went to our nuIrserymian, who has
a deal of' book-learning, and I ask
ed him if he'd ever heard. of char
coal driessinig being good for v ines;
and lhe said lie had read int a book
that it was so, but, had never tried
it. iIe kindly lent me the book,
which was translated from soe
forren one. Anud, after I had
picked out of it all I could, I tried
the charcoal in the way the bood
old me1 to try it, and1( that,'s how
the grapes and the flower beds
caamo to please -you my lord. I t's
a lucky chance that over I heard
those gentlemen talking iln the
mews, please your lordship."
"Chance happens to all,'' ans
wered the pouT, sentont,iously;
'"but to t urin chianoo to aiccoun t is
the gift of few."
11lis lordshiip, returned home.
gazo(d gloomily on the hues of his
vast, parterres ; hc visitod his
v'inerios, anid RcoultOd at the clus
ters; lie summnonod his head gar'
.lenor---a gont leiman of' highest ro
jiuto for 80ieoc, anod who never
51poko of' a cowslip except by its
namo in Ljatin, 'l.o this learned
p)orsontago) my1 lord 00om1mu nicated
what lhe had heard and seen of the
benignant elfeots of' charcoal, andl
pr'odluod in proof a magniticent
bunch of' grupes, which ho l,ad
brought from the squ ire's.
"My lord," said thle gardoencr,
scarcely glancinrg at the grapes,
"Squ ire'.--'s gardener ITulst ho' a
poo ignloran t creatu re to faney lie
had dliscoveredC a secret in whiat is
so wvoll known to overy' professedl
Ihorticulturist. Pr'otessoir Liebig,
m ty lord, has treated of the good
effect, of' charcoal drosOsing to Vinos
especially ; and it is to be exp)lainod(
on these chemical principles :"
.thoroewith the wise man~I entered
e into a profound dissertation of'
whieb hiis lordship did not under..
a stand( a word.
I '-Well, then,'' said( thIo pooer, enit
'' ting short the harangue, usinIeo
you know so wvell that chlarcoal
drnssinge is so groodl for vinen and
flowers, have you ever tried it oni
"I Can't siay I have, my lord ; I
it did not chance to como into my his
I.Niavy," replied tle pool'; "Chance furt
put it, into your head, but thought sing
never took it, out of Vonr head." fails
My lord, who, if ho did not know idia
inich about horticulturo, was a and
good judge of maikind, dismissed doi
the timan of learndig, and, with men
1any apologies for secking, to rob the
hiS neighbor of' such a trCUIre, f3eld
asked the Squiro to transfer to is' I
his service the man of genius. diat
Thle squire, who thonght, that ni
now tihe charcoal had been once rIai r
discovered, any new gardener givc
could apply it as well as the old tho:
one, Was too happy to oblige my for
lord, and advanee the fortunes of an he I
honest fellow born in his village. cciv
lis lord8hip knew vory well that a in t
man who makes good use of' the like
ideas received through chance, the;
will make a still better use of' the de
ideas received through study. 1ie duit; 1j
took some kinld, but Iot. altogether It
inself'ishi, pais with the training so1i
an(I ediucation of the man of' gen- fei
iris Whom he had gained to his the
service. The manl is now my flow
lord's head forester and bailif'. cup:
The wocds thrivo uiier him, the past
farm pays largely. .110 and my thai
lord are both the richer for the inte
connection between thm. lie is in ;
not the less practically painstakinlg. oil t
though lie nIo longer says ''heartn't," inte
and "his'n," :-or the less felicitous- in 4
ly theoretical, though hono longer thit
aserilhed a successful experiment to apt
Remarks on Pear Culture. to i
Tho valuo of' the pear as a do- evel
mestic fr'uit is reconld onily to that whi,
of thle applo.-For cullinary pur- ovel
posel the latter is probably ruoreI met
highly esteeiled ; but For dossert. tle
the pear isalmost, univetrsally held toI
wi Much superior. inlef
The pear tice is hardy, and at- ofto
tainls to a great age--greaer', it is, h
conceeded, than tle apple, notwith- for
standing tle popiarit. iInrIessiOn mo
that it, is subject to more casual- 111)0
ties, arid is not 80 endur'inig. .is- a
tory proves that the peal is of thel
very ancient cultivation, althottgh p1
it Is not, been so largely or so i i
genrlly plaited as the apple- beir
\arious reasis may ihave irifit. mm
enleed t his d iscri minillation. the most a1lw
promi nt of' % ich te the greater abh
care required in harvesting the thie
crop, and tho diflienity of keellinbu
and ripening the fruit, to its high- pref
est degree o' pei'fection.-'eri at lac
the preseit timklo the anagemet fe
of the finest wilt Ler 'arieties is far mm
from being getierally understood.
The prevailing opinion that the R
tree is conlst itIuLiWonauIlly tenider, anid
more subject to dmse4se and cas- L
ualities t han ot,her fruit trees, has fr.r
utnadou bted ly exerted a stronig in- clos
l(ue01ice neainst its extenlded cil- 2
Lture ; butt however mi lluch these tip,
rea.son8 may have gaiined credeneo 3(
in tIre past., they have iow lost. spil
their eflicacy, arid mnany extensivo 41
year orchaids have beeni planted -rnot
dur ing the pa'st~ fiftec!' years, arad one(1
lthit umbher is constatlyt. inreas- 5
rng.-A yricul trai Re'port. -r'e-h
- .*.. -. f'ori
BE''hov 1N's .\i i'sic.-A critie .(3
ira the Now Yoa'k Eenin 16/' ", riot
wr'iiting f 'rm Geirmatny conicerniing 7
a munsical festi vail, says of' Beettho. arol
v'en's gr'eat 3ass in "I) :" 81
This Benedictus is an exquisito Iran
flowing compos)0itioni, with aiin in that
trtodtuction for solo v'iolini, whieb is i'igl
seat cely brought to nrm cod befoi'e 91
te solo-al to v'oice takes lip IhIe co)l'
themai, the bass shor'tly joinrinrg, t (t
while soon, as if' unable to r'o.ist cor,.
the div'into irnflurieno, thio soprano cup
andir teinor1 fl oat ira upon(i thre str'elam
oh' melod y. All t.his timro art cx- Oii
gntiisito0(11 dlientohy obligato, played in
by the solo violiri, is heardh imin e- I
ling with thro four voices, while' smi
th or'ohiostrai keeps upj a srmoot.hi yon
legato ac'com panirmon t, S'veral .
L tios thle lomliposit ion apnoiars to Idt
be appr'oac'hing to an ondl, when, gr'e
af'tot accompanied phrasos for the I
voices alonae, one of' t,hem will ire. Plot
surmo the thlerme, as though it were as.
too lovoly to leave. I don't. k~now' dra'
w'hat anigeha sinIL'; hut, after hear" it.
ing tho /jenedictus as it, was givon l
at this ceintoriary festiv'al, it iscasy m
t.o know wvhat they ought to. che
1Tutrrrno Er,t:crtosa.---According to '* h
the footing tup at C3olumbns, the" thioI
Loegislature stands thuos : 11o1pnhien.ns th
17 ; IDemno'rats I19 ; D)emoc'ratic majiority 1
2. ilino - hIt)tpubilenna t57 ; Dermocraits mot0
47 ; indepeanen 1; lUeplic.an miajor,ity' j
over 1 emoocrats and Inidepenidet 9.br
Rlepiiininn major Ity oii jolint ballt,i .
the Indehpendenit voteS with themn, 9;i
th Indope'nd"ni votesH wit the Demo-'
cran, 7 ; so that Ira any event the lt(. to
pauibbrans will hanve ait least seven on 2
joint ballot. joct
Anr invotor-ato old baobolhor says you
t hat shi ps aro enl led "shro" becaunso shro
they always keop a man ont tho '2
A y'oung mani, agedl twelve, in Circin. '2
nai, i-eetlyv stole: a t riunk frill of hiis fri
sit"r's clothbing and $70(0 of hiis f,uher's Iad I
rioney, anid eloped with his sweethrear t, to .
aigedh eleven. T1hiey haive bieen gone a
loral EfTcts of Beauty.
has been said by Sehiller, n
letter; on AsthetiC CultlurC,
t Henl4 Ot' beauty never
hered the perflormince of' a
Io duty. And though this
t-y is not wholly and ill terms
itted, yet it seems to be partly
practically so in mluch of' ho
Igm an)d tenehings ovel of holy
who ill tle recoumendinlg ot'
lovo of' God to us, refer. but,
om1 to those things in which it.
iiost. abundantly and immo
0ly shown ; though they insist
h1 on lis giving of bread, and
lent, and health, (which he
a to all in1prior creatures),
require u1s not to thank Him
iat glory of Hil works which
as permitted us alone to p3r.
( ;I hey toll us often to meditato
lie closet, but they send us not,
.11nae, into the fields at even
dwell on the duty of self.
il, but they exhibit not, the
Seems to m11e that the real
ce of this blialness in the
n)gIs towards -the s-lendor of
grass and the glory of the
er4 a0 I'Mss to t 61ill in o
ition, inl teriosnill ess of' Com
ioll, o1 lreuveiilo he s. of (de.irv,
in the tirnin.g of' the oyo at
rvali of rest too selfishly with
the witlt of powor to shake
he anxietics of lctuial and near.
rest, and to leave the results
'od's hands; the scorn of' -l
does not seem immedialely
l'or 011 pillpose', or oIeni to ou r.
Lwrstandirg, and1(1, perhaps, soic
g of pride which desires rather
ivestigat. e thall to feel.
bclieove that the root of almost
-y slichism aid heresy from
L-h1 the Christian Chuirl has
- siffered la-, beeii the effort of
to earn1, rather thI1an to receive
r Salvation : aid that tihe re
thit preaehinlg is so comm 11only
l*eCtul i is that it calls on m0n
nor to work for God than to
>h( God working for them,. If'
every rebuke that we utter of
's8 vices wec put Forth a ela-im
It their heirlts; if For every
rtionl of God's idomand1ri1s Ir
n wo coild substitute a dis
r of' his lindiess to them ; if,
ne(1, instcad of' assminirg the
Ig of an awful Peit.y, which
i, though they camliot dey, are
lYS unwmilling, molmetimois uin
to conecive, we wera to show
n1 a n 1a r1, visible, inevitable,
all boneficeit Deity, whose
wieee 11imkeis the eIIti itself a
Ven, I thinlk there wolild bw
'qr deaf Childrenl sitting inl the
ules for Table Etiquette.
t. Do not keep Other8 waiting.
you, ether at the beginni.g or
. of' the meal.
1. Do not ip Soup from the
but from the side of t lie spoon.
1. BO earefiul nlot, to drop or
any n Ihng on the table-cloti, .
*h. Keep y'ouri plat e neat-do
benup all sor'ts of' food on it at
h. Ini painrg y'our late to be
elped, retain the knife arid
.h. When aked for a dIishi, (1o
sihove burt hand it.
-h. Wh~'Idle diniking do niot. lgok
I,b 1Instruct, the servanit, to
d1 the cup at the lef't side, so
it may be received by thec
.b. )o riot, diniik youri tea or
.3e witbout firist, r'emocinrg thle
p)OOn fiomt thie (cup to thle sau-.
TIhni Hiaii'er is to htoh tIhe
)thI. Use tho knifo for cutt inrg
il pices, and rest, them oni
r' platO whilo Hspreainig.
21,b. D!o not ont too hat-he.
H givinrg Oino tIhe alpJeairance of
ud, it. is not healthif'ul.
It.h. If y'ou find any'thinrg u n
*siant inI y'our food, puut, it aside
qumietly' as possoible without
.'.ing the attent,ion of (o',bors to
I.th. Do not open the lhps, noir
.0 aniy unnecessary nloiHo iln
ich. l)o niot touch 'ouri he.aud
Ie at t,be tahlo.
3th. .1) riot irest the elbow on
rth. i)o not speak with the
3t,bi. lloquir'o tho ser'vant to
shi tho tabloi neatly bef'oro
ging on tIe dlesert,.
)tb. ilio,ienrefu nd att.eni five
lie wants of' those ab out, you.
it,h. Coinveriso onl pleasanit, sub-)
a wi it those sittinig near' you.
1st. .lo riot,say anryt hinig which
aro not willing alil priesenit
aod. laeavo y'ouri plate wvith lie
eo and for'k lying parallel, tbe
dlIes poliintiing to the right,L.
3d. N ever leave tho table be..
othiers without askiing the
or gentomn iw ho priesidles
n Kheudive of' iEgypt has.' not di.'nuissedl
A corrempondent. of tho boxing
tot Dipatch propounaads the foillow.
Ing pertinleit (Ilestions:
CO1.tMuBIA, 8. C., OCt. 9, 1871.
Massas. Eturois: Vill you
please publish a finv inlterrogaito
ries for' (ov. Scott. It will bto
Seen) by referee to his report,
(to Jo ileot t, of Petinylv 11an it,
wIIO i.4 onlt of th11 sub eomtillittee
on the Kil Klux,) on tho finlanilcia
11 fiairs of South Carolina, t hat, it, is
i one-sided affir---sco Dailh Un1
ion of, 23d tilt. Tho fo wil. g
quesIAltilns atro propounlided to his
FIxCe(IIllency, and, by his answerilng,
lie will conr at fCivor oi le ta x
payer uti well is the rest of' main
Tho following" communlienitionl
has beenl seti t to Johil Scott, Sub
Colimmiissioner, aid it is hoped
that, answers will bo firnished by
1. Will voi pleaso %talto tile
numtilber of' ofilces created in t it
Stat anld Countle4 since your
first inaa11gur-at iota ?
2. Will yu pleltse givo your
r*aons 111hr the lwcssit v of tilese
AllIces flow, and14 whly they wecro
I!eVdllvSs linder. form1iler rule?
3. Will you pleasc stilto yotrI
rensonI For tle itcessity of* StIato
'olistalm)[ar1y, anid the cost of, tihe
same, .it also thie good dolle to
Lth Statio by stil foreO ?
.1. Will yol please 80ato inl 1 full
Lit mou1111t14 of taxes aIssessed uponl
Lit people to paky sailiries, per
rjuisite., (conttngenat fundats, &c., of'
thM lWedlesS 0111iOors, cons-taibles,
pages, door aid aisistainlt, door
keetper'l, sergat-at-arm in thile
Legishitive halls,t elerks to com
milt.t.es, lobby empIlloye, bola..
bIlack for two certaint1 nwimhers of,
thie liegisiatture, (1the lit(er ait it
,ilalay of $3 per day.) Assistant
Adiuttm ta Inspetotr.General,
Comm11111issionerI'q (if, Countiet q anid
So110014; torl-01-1y otWi (C0mm1111is
sio ners wertl allpoited by ILogis
latituro aid hoid to serve, wvith
0t I Ia:ty, for ottneyeatr ; Iow Cotanty
Commissioneorts receive from $800
to $1,000 per anaum ?
5. PIleaH stUIt Whthert1t1 it is
within yoIr. knowledge hat.haW. 1.
Natsh enme into possession of a
Statldilltg ot tihe latnds wh' Weron
lte E x et citI I ie t c itmsion tl tnt,
aind by whlose St.hlority NW0oro
t.hley ronmoved. land whtt price Was
pitd, if ay ?
6. I'leaet state ill wllt Ipa't of
yoIlr repot is tho :1111ount. ol sles
of Salt collstabulary, of' horses,
111nIless, w.gos, fire-:1arm1s antd
aimmunlitioni, which wsiti ill pos.3U.
siotn of'olt on lba1trd, :nd1 whean
saitl property w S sold and bY
7. Please sto ill wait portion
of your report, is credit givenl fiar
sile of' St a o h1n1111H by Comyinis
.ioer ol Sillkitng urit ti1 ; $also sulo
of iling nowIt as linch
oI tho llnk of' Iho State Carolilit,
tiaoialitni tag to $1t6,000 ?
8. le u sate, if' witi in youlr
kn aowledge, if' the oflico of' Lie'u
Itanant-G(over'nttor wii a 'et' a satin
9. leas'sta ite, if wIiIiti youra
knowl I ed Ige, if it, was 15cuistoary tt~
for' the 1it'gixhittur'e, at, ovIer'y ad
joutrttmae'nt, Io VOlte aiwayv Ih pte w
l's mtontey toI te Sp)eaker't of' tilt
Ilouse 0 of lipreset.'itat ives: 1.
$25() ; 2. 500 ; 't. $1 .000, exclutsiv'e
of his $10 per' day '? his mant r'
e'rtis a. 5tatlary of' $2,50)0 as Adjiu.
tat, andti ispeOtor Genterai. and
has~ a 'onatinaget f'undt amai sutp.
10. W ill y'ott iplae inH' af'rm us1
htowi I)eaa1iS mianaagetd toa gel. 11o
enomos ill Itrough'l the liegis
t4ot fot' I'i L.aintg Lbhe saoa ?
Ii. WVill y'ou patleao siat upon))0
ymtur hto.aor', if' wi ihina your t I knowtl.
atgainRt. theat Stale havo be'en re'
'tiivedt itt. the 'lTasiary fort less
tan e ha e Ohtt'tt to same ?i or
iTroasttraer'' of1i'e for' thet f'aaco of
tetm againlst. thet( Stto, an td tihey'
haiving btteen ptaitd at, tho 'Troasur'y
at, a ohaseonn tt ?
12. Will y'ou pleaseof stat upon
y'ourl honor01 yourtt enndaid o)pinion
of' lheI tti( lad tommissRion buasintes;
tatd giv'o the inamies of te pta'ties
onl 1(1d) f'rom it,, aind w hat the valuet
of' ther itnadtt liltrebased fort to
$700,000 appropraiatted by3 the laeg'
isiatiuro '? AlIso, state if you hav'e
(Ior. itt on) of y'our mesn('sagesi to
lthe t Get'ral A sembt lly, told I Iem
of'l t' ext r'avaganeco anid H(quan-lt
dIer of' the tax-pIayerOts' tmtontey ?
t artherCa st ate if t AtLtor'ney-'
Geeraal lhas ever'a brtought, suit
agatinst anay otte fihr' swindalinag or'
attmptinag to switdle theo Stalo
in anfy (if' te I)t'paatmet( ?
'Te f'oreogointg <pitestion and an-( lt)
awers aro' rl'Ooquocslted to be( pllhishit
ed1 by you and sen'tt to .lohn Scot t,
oil the suib-ommanit te Ott he l K ha
Kluax, to whom you made ia parint
titi rtepor't of tbo finilaceH of' to
Statec. V' El'AS.
'Te partls int the Stato fraiendliy
to the c'auase (it truth and juasticeo
will pleaso cop)y. V.
'l'suaoli Allnneltt firc po,ni,ir nohW.
The Contradicting Couple.
1 (do believe," ho salid, taing
Ihk spoon out of' his glaws and tos
ig it on the table "Ihat ot ai the r
obstinate, perverso, wronig-h101ded r,
creatureti that over vero born, t
yol ar'lie t he most tlso, C"'hlll." t
"Curtilily, cortaiiy ; havo il ,
your own Way, pily. Yol w e
how mu1chi 1 colradict you," Io
joins4 thlt wife.
"(W courise, you did n't Con tradict
mo at dinner timo ; oh, no i not a
you.(il!" Mays tho hu1blland. t
"YeI, I did," says tie wifi. P
"Oh, You did 1" cries tho hutis.
brund. "You admlit that ?""
"If yout call t hat contradietion, 0
I to,' Mihe alswors ; "-and .1 say. j
again, Edward, that when1 you
arO wIOnlg I will coltradiet, you. II
I am not, your slave."
"Not. my ilave I" ropent.s the
husband, bitterly ; "and vol fit ill
mlleanl to say tht in 1cliileurn-1's "
Ilew holusu there Ire not mIe
thm f<mirteeii doors, inciditg the ,
lomr oI tie wine cellar ?" Ii
",I mea to say," r-et(its ti p'
wife, ivating tlime with hert Iair
brush o tie palm of Ier halind,
"that in that, hols thereI are timt-i
leen door; antl .)o more."
"Wk-ll, thenl," erios the 11.4ishand,
risingl inl despiair. and paving" thle
room with rap1id strides, "this Is
leet andl drwo l himII maidv.''
By-:ul'l-by hIe eomes to a illo.e
and passingp his4 hand across hlis!h
f'orehein, Iinally reseats himsel;t
in his foimer chair. 'Tlhe is ai I
long silene, and this time the
"I1 appeated to Mr.Jenkili, whoa
I(. next, t.o me on the s-AA, in the n
driawing room duingii, tea."
the husbanl. t
"I do not meani anlything of' thet
kild," alwers 1.10 wif.
"Now, by aill that isi aggravia
ling ami imiposible to bear i tries
hiv, clenching" hi.- handIIs and look
inig upward Inl algony-"6shI is go.
ing to insist, uponl it, that. AMorgant
is .letlklins I"
")-) yontao alk e to ho a perlflect.
tool ?" exclaimllis t ie wile. 11)) a
yot snipposo I don't knnow onle 11
Iroml 1.ho0 odlhor? Do youl supp)(o A
1-hat, .I donl'(. knlow that, tIhe mnanll
With the buo coat was Mr. .Jm
"1,1 ilins in a blt% cont!" Cries
tle hilsbami with at groanl. ",en- ,
kinlls in a i I cat. I a 11111) who i
wouild 14uffer. deathl rat her thall g
wear alythillg lit brown !"
")oio ebarge mne with teilin r
an ult olh ? dlemlanlIs tho wie1
biursting into ltearm.
", Charge you,lm'amn," rvtorbs;
thle husba4nd, lilarlting 11p, "with11
being coitradiction, i monlster I
aggravittion, at a-It-ele kinm itn a
biu0 cotI. ! W i ItI, have I donw
I at, I 811,11hl be doolned to livar
StVh Iprp til tormienits!" t
Av UIrIa'ioN IN An-ici,ms 4ijt
art tiles of alIl himla)4 imagfinabLlei
as it is rpr'ileheile. EveryU'3thing er
ten31, slgar', buittter, hard, &c., &e.,
&c J4,arIl :111l lard oil seemii ese
cially to ho the vie.imsu~ of I hbis'or.
rullpt practic(e1, 1 allo4w :1 aml rei nd I
cottom-ieed oil be.0ing, as8 a rule',
muichi (cheaper, and1( ansIwrintg the1 I
ppso adm3iL1irly 'Lh. O( th'I iis feet
ing ini the( New O ri'lans paporsi
1ha th. le cottl. n-sed oil f'actor iies
uroma'iil tha 11ity arle i'omp3'ed tll'
want. oi.Cfl sld, buaort morle espelial Ii)lE
hea t hco bousiness, OI hing I o ai1844
rieduced demand for I'~ t'e CuOduet.I ii'
lnedo iL colt.on-sood4 oil hasben e
of g170 ut,i don51 all pri of be
oi so)1 low104. that, otons Eed to il(a. wa
no'LCi. l ionger inLn ind for purposesl L ,)
fIl (dlerton. UtiltheSc prin. l
oflgeinO. bar olssan ly agaoyh i
ra1is.d, it,a is, hoforo,iprbablo ,
that those .) fatoies, or1 the grtd v1
te part,ofihom will r omainvalo, il
amPOi(1 ha the consumers of thatI 1'
artliI ilmay :114 obtain i undl,r
T LHv. Goon Wwx.-Sh311111 I tle com11. 3
mandth)il IILA' her ush mildlay equal
ma t.to by consttly, 118 tboyoin1(
h.'im.in i t, 1$t was alway t osoved j
1h Fr'0enoh bat.l byvaor, your
elf in in tP t rto. ~(l 'g' L So cif they
ihi wife' rght,13 1Iho wiely know -4.
hio to) hiso anor ul tay 0il i0
be obbn wae.Admll Ih
A GllXTFYAan N VuI.--A CiOaXo
)rrespondoent of the New York Trib1ue,
escribing the HITe, Fay.4: Thilt tgiOnl,
ver by the hale and the great Lincol
ark, seeted to ofTer sirty. So a great
IFsh WAS "Mitde fir ite rxrk, and the
'fingeeR Iade themlselve comrfortble in
to delusion of Rvselily. A ftor ravaginir
) the limits fof tho city)-, with the Wind
-."ti againft it, the lh e caulght t ho d itis
assI ran a1long he fenceit , aid il a
ini t covered in a btrning glory the
titholie Ctemetery nd tie gramny
retcheg of the grent park. The tmar.
les over the graves cracked and batkeil,
ill fell in glowig eiers on the hot
Ar. Flaies shot ty fro'n iho restil.
Inces or the ,iend, at.d the it ving rtigi.
ves, screanithg with horror, iade for a
oniet the ghastliet specttclo that evvr
1i tupoll living eyeTh. he recivitg
Itilt, polidly Imit, and ahroudivd in to.
,ge, fell ttler the tertille Iaie, aid
ie dend b,urst from thvir coffins am the
ro tore throiigh the walls of the fright.
I chlarinel hoiise. In tho broad light of
dly the plaet is the ltuost. ghastly I
er sn%v, not even Cold Harbor oxceed
it in awil stiggestivenepa.q. Above
m goarus charred stones .stand griti
iiilels of tho flemd, tio more taenorial
itti thiing bt diisier. E4very' ine i' -
oi) has disiip-tirei, and evei the dead
-e robbed by thle 11h1mes.
Anttthet'sr torespondeentI slates:
The inst, pitimhle sights were the
k chiiiei, inlf dend, Iging cr-nIchedt
A ithe sidewnalkz. inl man11y enisett willh
trely itniy coveritg nit them. In Clark
leve tile inlstanice ot'eitrred wher0e tw I '
Ith- gils wero lyiiig lerrois.tii ken
tek by jowl w ith their dead sister,
bise reiinitis presetited a iarrowing
ise t-hih. S hind levit too late to vs
qe fro) tiiur at f'iling building, tinl
ni j.ist bl-1i xt riintei tantid laid by the
tie inveratt-d f>rmts tl her nhiost dead
,nite iihe o t he poptilt ion appeared
> hiave bent sifferinig frort sore eyes,
oc dust, hot hlindiing dust, having re.
ered ititiy teiiporarily blind. Men,
omen(m, Aild chibtirei were to ho seen
inintig about for any gatze-like iale
al tha11t, wolild net as a prolection to
I ir eyes. I.ittle children weru cryitn
iteotisly, rttbiting lieir eyes, witwhI
ere swelling t1n1fier the scnrebiig ittilin
we of the 113 ing sparks and ciiders.
I-n wero se'en Clarrilg their f,3iiles
ait 41 What tIVhV cOnidered danger, at.d
11iisiing their ifl.d hy the waysile.
hurry niiql rush wotihi -suceceed, ani
lien the darisnlohte intets would re.
tn for tlheir oliipring, havinig boei
tirnt ot,il of their hivtoe andt hoie, they
cre lowhir to i be seln. I listancesi n1ChI
4 these wyere lei 't ie t % iMh tot every cor.
er of the street ; wolneii runnig iilily
h1out sit icking out the 1111tmes tof ti *ir
ISt ciildrenl, fenliniig lest t.ey hit got
1sheAwd iiiiler smute fallitig builcdizg. or
Ven lestroved inl the seething fire.
h,lien tha1t1t par1it f tIe city (lencupied ly
le sieii mondsie iiwas dusi I ostol, tih 3 1,or
'ret's Wer Es) ho twsee itisigliig v i It
iw crowil. 'erstns %% ere nt too 1.t166.
etit .li drawinl.g tdistinlvtions at Slich a
liltw, bt lied it1 t"getOlur. rieh anld poor,
igh id low, tht, scoinlwitg firu mtaking
o dlistintifont ito persotw, but, truating
vinw nil Rlike, tilie sam s it dill at Sod
im aid 1 iiiitnrrah. The police wndear
redl to tintain ordr, but by Sunday
fterntooi Iheir elli rts n ere ainout, fu
A CAaEr-liA ltER'S OPINION OF
Co'tottyil MAN.-That, a ubstal
j:i a)l tedeidl(1 reorgnii iza I ion of
ie bliibbatl pmrty is neoded in
lhe seveil States f ih, South is
niest intilthI e. 1 etLw een fraud and
wlihevi lit y, or rat her a by bothI, ita
Iat ott Ii arttolinia, such'l f aliman
totallyt nit tl I o be ieboaimanla or
lhe State comii t u teei.* lie is weak,
atcilhii inig, ignornt'1), tncteits d
iii ob~st i nth t. II o is on1 bth sid(t S
I' tevery <ptestiton. lIo isi fortei i
s in g everybodyMl tha h le exat
y atgreetwn it t h hem't, atal ex1plntin
tag to evertybodisy hiow it wats that,i
a)tI id, th' intli speb int ist seemst)
onitlabtle' hostility, lie ins a per-.
\All ast iil doIzenis ofC oithers, hav
tnust, hO luatste a'll be itttr ttion ho.
mllt, ini thleiri places. LeiIt t het reort'
:tan i zationi go on.- -|lI'eshington
Ii sittr ih>w:. - - Tihe New Y'srk Ti'
uO, int11 noic'ing thle con--e(lrnoontt oIt thie
c s. Wi. litelt Wh'itoe Howe asosit.s
hiinop ol' X'outhI Carosus, says :'"an o
artM aig', whens i hae was a junitior at the
satnute of te junsior e xiiti onl wSa' cir.
ula ts'd, in who hh thie clas,ic nomlfenceia
mest of the L t'siennil catalogues was4
'lhertud to ina a is ny thatt s.et the to" ii tat
rssar. iia that protgramntio 1 the Lutre
sisop atppatred as (Gulishusa T'itntilta
The whos ltle mnachlit'orly of' sottial
r'iento, andi( it, is our a bus8inets to
:('ep aill phlte.s of' posstibIl fricatot
voll supptllited withi thet oil of po
Makot'' peoptlo thinkt fI .hlatgiyoun
11e,I adIht wtls l boar p restty at to
A NIw Ov( rlenan a n it killed him.
ol f *eenttso hia wifo k issedI anoth
r' rttpt by mistake. T.1ho 1ools are
OL, all deadh yet, but therets onIt
Wss'ilti.uto Sewasrd hais ti'inmantviga'ed Ite
cie world ever sawi. It is sidu thntg in I e
OrSes ot' >nb:'ari'c splondori, ais wel) as ni ht
airti or refotme, hit was res.edved a1. *