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GE0R-E .1H NSTUNE,
.ATTOR"NEY AT LAW,
NEWBERY, S. C.
OFFICE ON LAW R.NGE.
Jaly 19, 29-6n.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE ON .AW RANCE.
May 3, IS-1y.
GRAESER & HARMON
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE Undersifned have formed a Go
Vvrtnership for the traisaction of a COT
TWX FACTORAGE AND (;ENERAL COM
IMSSION BUSINESS. They tender their
eerioes to their friends and the public, and
-ball be -,,eased to receive a call fromI them
atshbr4.4!ce on a UWNR&C'WlAO..
THOKAS F'. 11Ai,010.N.
WM. J LAKE,
INEWBERRAY, S. C'.
AGENT FOIR TilE
iedm nt & Arlinigton Life'
Aset over :$:: 2 Si;39
Aunual ineone ::: >1- r -
Insures ariIst death from all causes.
W3M. J. LAKE.
* Newberry, S3. C.
Feb. 22, S-tf.
M00it'll & l I t ,
ATTORNEYS AT 1AW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The undersignel hnve formed a
Co-partnership in the prctie0 of the
Law. and :an be found at tihir ofi,ce
in the buildiung of the ---Newberrv
B:uk.' froit room1, up stairs.
THIOMAS S. M0ORMAN,
()Srl( ilsEr L. 801DIPE RT.
Feb. 22, S-tf.
DR. H. BAER,
W1l )LEs.u..: AN E iu-:TA-.
No. 131 M1TIENG STIREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
R. A. PRINvtLE,
COTTiON SELLiFR AND
Central Wharf, Cha!"eston, S. C.
(harledou-I~Ion . arndes. i'res't !irnk
nf Chaarlesto. W. i A. Pm . Nq.. i're: Uno
.Ran:k ofcaeo. CC I o ber lr 1 :..jra i . . B .
P'reslev. E-ee Ner:brryri-1:art L.. 3:c. augh
P'romp~t attenatio n ien to sales. A.;:3. '-m
00MI1810 M E R 0i A NT ,
ACCO313ID.vrTION WII.ABI'. -
cli1n ; LES T ON. S. C.
Kinsman & Howell,
~actors anzd Commissioa
Lib'era!Advances made or
..otton and Naval Stores
Charleston, S. C.
CliANG3E Of ITAJN
TH E smeit e~:;r ta-h.:tP p :aur in h&rn1e
gg he has rs: cved frot :E14' 0s. Stn to
.:estero formerly oc a;d . a "i!*er
Hiousc,.andthat he~ has ot lband a choice
To al ~ ~~h ~ Tobacco, Segar s, &c
To al ofwhic heinvites attoutiotn, and *'s
and the new store :s larer "'no - -oo (.o.- t
will be hapa e-er on o :? '.'.t
- and many:. e,:.-::e w s m
others of the g.s. im: t-iy wh h.tj
on to be ste a ao:. 1
- sit'-\ . o. -i
ARD.. . .. .
OAHAN & BUTLER.
OFFICE NO. S TINTI TI M
Will give their strict attention vo the sio
rage and Sale of Cotton and o:hjer prodace on
Wi!l furnii planters with Groceries, Bag
n Ties, C., ut :1rkCt rates, and wi!! make
Ite umi ,ilvances on Prodnec consigned.
Oct. 4, .10-2m.
I R. THOMPSON, D. D. Si
;C,raduatc of the lcnu n ia Coleg^ of
Dew.tai S ry.
Office over Mct-al i;qxl's storc.
My patients receive it benetit ot :I the
!.:1-t improvement.s in the protfesim.
Sn~e.al 1ttentin --ivenl to correction of Ir
reihiarities inr Children's Teeth.
pttrolinge ofthle pub14ic is respectfully
solli:v. Trms v moderite.
PAT. H. DUCETT,
[TV 1 Y ' Ii QI
C."-N be fon %a rolinaw:t atrn
('ompanl;'s 'in: a:Id Si07 CSh:o, %ith a com
p'.ete stock 0;
KNS, MSTOLS & MATER!IAL
in. his line, and will GuE.X in thns, Pis
to!s, all ki-ds of Loeks, inmbreil s, Para
sol!, Cs:ors, &e.
1"i doin" "ood work at moderate piees,
and being punetual to mly business, I hope
to receive a liberai patro:aze.
PAT. 11. DITKETT.
Mar. 1, 9-tf.
A. P. 2IFER, X. A, Principal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : Musical Dep't.
This School will resume its exe-cisvs on
the 21st September next.
S. A. :MI ZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL. S. FALi,. PreS't.
IIAUt:, 11. J.&LANE. E. F. Lk-.JUU,Sz.LIEI'.
PAUL B. LALANE & C0.,
WIIj0LESALE GROCAE IIS.
171 E.AST B.Y.
Ci A LE11T11 N.< S. ".
CO)NS I 'N i'. NTS 4LIC 'TFEi).
A,i:yn t:r.-'.!esrs. iart & Co.. McLov &
Nice. Mcsrs. W,giwer Mousees. .r. J. 'om,I
I.ims. F. .1. lIObLrts. D.Scounlt Clerk. P'et-ple's
Natioal 'iauk. May 3.1--Gm.
T ii' eligilei, com'modous and well fur
rised 111L~SE, receintly kept by. T.Jr
dn I'. l'uoi, is now under the mngementI:)
of Mr. S. B. Calen:tt, who1 wil Iem ne: :ithr
time nor mreans to mnakit :. i.,t claSs Ii
te!. Termis mnodcr1te.
Al coods SQL 1.) US will *.e dlivere
free. of* Drayige to any one inrTown, or any\
0 se in 2 milec. of the (urt -i!ous. ;aj1 a
the Deput. .Us toay n at i!elena;
ald w .*:a:n: e to sel , ois as cim:p as
LO~VEL ACE' & WIlEELElt.
M.ay :ti, 22
of i:s own make a! of which: he is prepared
t furish at very reasoniale rates, with
Persons desiron' of h.Ir:g cases sent by
ra*~ira wiu' hIave themi .cent free of chrarge.
A lcei always on' hnd and. will be
furnihed at''' the rCe of 1 e day.
scrier ,.secte!! asfora co:ti:in.ation
oi *ec a:nc a me the~ Tablic that
a e;&-ton Ms gg ni!!u sred to render
A. (. CHAPMAN
Newbe.rry: S. C., Ju y 31l.
CUNS. CUNS. CUNS.
Doblie ant 'inagle liarrel Guni,
f English, !rench & (:erman manfct.ureCUC,
AT ALL PR!CES.I
Single Guns at 22.50. 3I1.00. *W..0 S8.C,
at ! :ll the populatr andI apiprove.d kinds.
P!STOLS & RiFLES.
CREA,'Q TTf VAR!EW.~TY.RC
impor: rct andi b.y from 'ithe manuactu
res.W gurantee qaiyeia o n
POl.S dl Id~II.iIB. Iro09.
y cs. . :: :tm r t t
Sout'h Caro!ina K i Iux.
A nEoN R I N Tn:1mEn i l NIt-r1 -
ERN co l'N'rTs-Tn : Pale"-\ MA
TIN A I-RAVE 13L1-NDI-'R.
N w3: ! Y, S. C., let. 25. 1S71.
The piociamation suspending
the wVrit of hbeas Corpus in nine
Ounties of this S-tatc has bell a
.rave though I trust not a Lt:d
blmndur. Since imy arrivai ml
SoutLh Carolina I havo been on
pagcd energetical y in coming to
1 juSt Coll'usioni 01 the real (onIdi
ion of aifaIrs, n111d I am C011cpllCd
Lo report that nothilng" has oc
:-urrcd which justifies the grave
5tep taken by the President. In
'his county, Newberry, the people
seem more stupclied than indig
Iant, and yet it is easy to see
that behind their stupefaction
Ahere is a
FFI.ING Or FXASP1E1'ATioN
sVl1icIh may exhibit itself i the
1 io.. Sparti bu rg and Othlr
ointies are Carriel out ill this.
1'hat there have been troubles i
his section 01 the State is 11m11(.ieS
.ionably true, but i ul inclined
.o believe that they have been
nore of a social th:un of a political
haracter. Ulon t1he oicetn
-aly i11d diShOlesty or the State
lcials must be cared lmay of
he a uedoutrges perpetrated
>v the KI Klux. It is a "'ea that
n tiis county there have been
nore white mnen murdered by no
res silnce the war enled than
eiroes . by -white men.:md
ct onliy inl the cases 01 Lm
ivl Lane and Saiuet Punwoody
las eyer partial puni-shlelit been
n)flicted upon the mu1rderers. 1
ui assured by ioie of the most
nrominent citizens lere th at
where a liegro criminal belonged
o tile Union League it was at
nost impossib;c to convict, and,
ilthough this is denied by radi
:als, tlc evidence of tile acquitutl
A the most
NOTORIGUS NEGRO Scot'UNDRIEs
n1 tile South by prejudiced negro
(ries stands on the records of thl
onrts for the examination of all.
[t is casy to see what made the
Ku Klux possible when it Is
<nown that mnurders, clutrages
lpon women, barn and house
.),urning have been of comnonc
ur-rence, while but few of the
p)erpetrators have been punished;
ind yet it is :limitted by the re
publiean ofliclials here that there
- 110 oppositioll to ellfocelmellt of
he laws. I asked tile nilitary
ommandant of this place if any
-se had come to his knowledge
)f tile 1Ui*ted Stats Marshal be
in resisted, and le replied ill the
negative. I further inquired if
tlere -was any organization, Secret
)r othcrwise. in tile coulity, illim
ical to the governmrenlt, and he
admited 1tat he knlew of non.
yheO radical Coun Ity Audi itor, who1
told mec thaut thlere hadl been a1'
reat imanyv distu;rbances,~ coifs
ad that he could not give~ meth
'articul!ars of any sinllre oneCabe
ias occur'red 1sinC Noembe hci ;t,
lid. he~ al.so admIittedl thtthr
wais ino ('npiollo to) thle encel;l~.
met ofl thle laws of' the> i2e. I
have coniversed with person l'1 1f' ai
parties. whlites all) blacks, :m 1
-anti d (i-cover anyI evi.Imo1(
that te s lihte.st resistantice has
:ver been miadC to the State or
ederl ofl!i:ius. TIs is thel tiruthi.
thed solemi)n, hone st tuth. .\ grea
Ieal is said byv the r':1heals abIt
what thle whites would like to do.
but 0of actual overt ts the Ie:m
[ot give l)arItliu lrs. I.er Ll -
uontre between a neCro and a
white mnl rowving 'out (If person
dl quarrels is man:l.Iified inito a Ku
Klux case. Thius far but one ar
rest fotr Ku KlIuNiSml has be.cn
madeI~C ini the counity anld that was
made before the p)rc:llmatin of
staten:enl t of a negroi'. The accused
urrendIeredi wVillt re.sisting' the
eneeC. Inl thet uppe j~''counities (If
Sartanbourg, Chester. Unlion and1(
rEtEaCT !AT(N (li TE!lOl
xists. Band!s of soldier's t rator$e
heO couIntry after dark, taking
ersonls fromn their beds at id
ight and1. hlurrying thlem to jail
~vithout explaining the cause of
hleir arrest. Nearly thlree hun
red men havo already been ar
ested in this way. Thle mlilitary
i:r the ins[ructions 0f Akermanl,
wh o is tYorkv ileI, reiase to per
lilt reb've or5 ) lawyers to see theC
prisoners.A .imonig theise arrested
re' oe of thie most prorni:ilnenlt
i ien ofl ther couties amed,ils
Za cigl at eed agai'0 dnt
evrywhereci. To0 add to the de
per:tio oft te ites\jI thrdicalsj
Z.y thh . ver. is L tii l to
predict. a.: a aco unts at grlt) ill
representing the feiing in the
apper countie as being Very in
.vnse. the worst feature oC the
whole aflir IS the Fact that any
.egro can havc a- tmn: wh",
nln arrc:tcd as lie de.;irvs bY sim)
lyv alcarilng that lie saW I!e0M
,vith thle E Klux, and-thus1 inno
'aVi mn are likek to be, it they
ate 1otalaiv bOn, ine:a-eerm
ecd in pru-io. ht is unqueotimna
)' truo that
IL Kl; JUX 01MIANV/AT ION EXISTS
n upper Sonth Carolia, but it is
i111ply a vigilance (c'o11littec, anld
n nearly every caso brought to
ny notice its vtai h:1l been
,uilIV of violationl of jtw which
.he State authorities had not pun
shed. I regret to say that. mar
ial lav: is mor0e1 li,QlV tO inJcrea.-zm
ilan to les,vl iti numbers. A
:vstem O denunciti il r ito
hlat of, thle first Frnhreolu,htion
S in vl)gue am(! no mani, howevor
cent, is saf*c firotml arrest. The
or has been openled to til,
sVi::.uIAN' (.F PaINAm EN"I-AxNW:
u me:ms or lijury.:u wi this ac
1*ts f1 tih extraon11inary ex
:ws t:Iking pace. President
rant hs been nost shi:nei'liy
ieeuived reg.ardfin azg !l.Fairs here. I
-lp t jhat inl not a sinil county
is there ever been any opponiton
.0 the enfremet of the inows.
1101r e 1I in sInglu pcrsuzon w ilo
:anmi tin) singio inst:.ice of*
mehl oppositionl. The blief is
>rValent, that tO procuaation
>' martial law has been pro,cured(
yfraudsand m isrop eprpese I I tati011
o Iresident Grant on1 the part of
he carpet-baggers and sCalawags,
ceause of the gencral belief that
Vithout military interferencu the
lemocrats will carry the State at
.he next election.
F Cor. X. Y. JoIcrald.
[nfamous Sentiments--T ho
Var Upon Sotli Carolina.
The prominent Radical repre
;eited inl 011 isSUC of yesterday
is the author of the remark that
I, hoped tile citizens of the ip
:ountry would fire into the Uni
.ed States troops, so that -we"
o.l1d "fix the'., could show
hen whbat Ild! is," was Solollo
Li. Hoge, ex-Jud.ge, ex-memiber. of
o ress, I : in the reelt, aspirant
oillUI States MLIshal John
on place. That, he m-ade tlie
-cmarks atributed to hill), Me
mve the best authority. We
lave tine, philce anl ci rcm i
;talncs. T].'his l was evul
itronger thanl 'iven iabove. It is
)>Iur dty to arraign Mr. 11oge be
'orc the bar of the public opinmon
)f the Country f1r this infamous
sentimUent. It is our duty to do
'o, bee:u:se we be-lieve thatt tile
Ji tile feeling.s~ hiebi haKve proiiI
.ors to use thir ."'.iflenc o IlblriIn.
hle thatu. now bitains ove l). no*10re
hat hos fM.Iticl'Idvent 'ur
b01:n to South :CaVrlito
uiterveneL hetweenCI the i' i tes andu
V.1!:ho h s done" h'is ull om in2 erl -
tweenUlIl of no ree in1a>horl:sn
nI0 c,.O hat he mih car I nt h 11i
LdiidadLS. 1m.1X 11is.1 pubhuL ca~i
1reer is elon hi; iy'.ere. Wi0)1th
Late.S Wit no2 stte.atesmanhill
TheC' heaon a .iuadic ember of
io ne. the exThauts thes ho-n-in
[IOrs 01 :n1ibecme. ~a ie iue barris
te in >bscifty, CaeedingIponth
tables ofthbe] te An i ow heXSiI
fte crsupon af te caegslate
-Ids ind the eff '~ort to bi thde
otile 1iobjecty of oir male
mpesse'LId wtahn the tibe out
lIe corruptio" of te Legslatur
-the IL poiI1acy of IJlI ou rulers
he grn stea1ngha StaLe te andili
2llntyI oiea!se c aried ton -~
he i nty abses--tecase of 11 l-OII'.
\tb wa-ote outaw int the GoIac -
t.rolina, heLu becme aroShused.IH
uters* the conspi racyI. ;Ii he tinksll
ha .'ie Sae ir1: o n
;nm:,rh to s'r a e*Over in the hlomd
o! ar, 11! to make rnanhom.d's
:$In I tro ng as Atee , yet they
iubm)ist-vecry proporly suLibi,t.
This i-. rowv, what so disappoints
.ifr. H o-' aili his associates in in
;"t.my anid in maliee. Not satisfiedt
wvith the wrons and damage in
fEcd 1pon the people of the pro
z;1'nt;es, he hopes to dm!
tha:t the ['1nite'd States troop ' i
be fired upon, so that the fuli
renirt i 1! a poweCrf*ul Goverment
Iav be brourit to hear UPon1 a
l'au)Pa a:!h-.i crui'elly) treated!
-Mr. floge w.aits to sco an infuri
ated Soldiery let loost upon help
less communities. Thle sentiment
is outrageous, am we ask any
Jair-minded, un11prej udiced man, if
it does not imply a hicart fully
bent upon mischief. And this
man is a fit representative of the
c:ass in Sonth Carolina who have
:aisrepresented us at
an'! broll,ht Ils Present in;!fl
ti up " s 1 t r ugglng IIState. Look
ing to thIi felt spirit thus evinced,
we nuay well say to tis schemer
and plotter, andi hlisasoit
1'0 eh : "mlO 0!'! (.' aia;n.
oult. I.lm aio er pOb f-l- )
riiC.r11nt x;!t r|w arrY thY '1/t
W\e. ther i>re chargi * 1e Mr1. I loge
with tlo exrCe-;Sin of a sentiment,
whvliebi disails in'uaity, and
f.lsifies the citiznshipl n ich Ie
claimns ini 5:mit h Cari'ina. Fur
ther, we e:: the atte.ion of the
i*trv to a selmilient whi-li, we
belie,! diehl,ses the desiin of the
do1)mestic oes inl oar nidst, who
have invited the causeless military
rlule that 0ppressvs ou1 peop1e and
paralyzes our i businc.,5 interests
that adds to the loss already in
flicted uponl us by a corrupt and
inefficient State government. It
is h:rd that we should be plimder
ed 'Y Scott & Co. an t Lhen im n
ished by Grant and his advisers.
But we must submit.
We are happy, however, to say
that we feel no apluehelsion of
any citizen in tihe upl)-collutry he
ing so mad as to take the course
that our foes so ardeitly desire.
All Unit.ed States oflicers are not
like ex-Lieut. Iloge. The Uuited
States of}ieers, as a genera! rule,
have niot sIown thevselv act
llated by tihe malignant spiri
evinced bI r. il(ige & Co. The
soldiors are not all inconsidorato.
We feel that there is and will be
0 (L.spositioli to :W-ry ou1t any
such suicidal :ai foolish pro
granm o i as !r. 1 loge aid I his
party wonhl desi re. h'lle nwer
of the General Goveri i erint will be
acknow.ledge. and shoul be.
A Ttol ln a N m-:.-H--Th tol
low.'in. iineident. conveys an in
to heart by'. goodl people North and
Noat long sin:ce Mrs..--, a Sou th
crn heaIl.. wais sittin: ini a pai'ior
in a hotel in St. Louis, when a
hly'a fr'omi the NorthI in dee p
mouinig enitieed thle room. Al
tra Ri wv un imin-::Iat wvoids ex
ci' r'l te or'ther'n lady en
the war '"
"No madam. I svas in the
Son' I i was the' reply.
Wht, on theC r'ebel si<ie ?"'
child in the army'a of in'a coun
fr0 her seat. :ni' throwing her
arms'' on theO neck of :'rs.-, e'
Theni w..e two''a can1 deeply sym-r
pah:.I tool lost a nob.'le boy.
my' only' treasuire, in thie army of0
jthe I'uion. And both our11 iar
hngs died, conivinced that they '
Oneic of thesoe dear.i onesla'S aI
'a r'ebel" t.h ie otheir a 'Y an kee."
l'end:ant as h:onest and inteilbgent.
Whlat makes you thIink so ? Are
y 'ou a(cquaintied w.aith hiimz ?"'
o'A. 5ir. 1 hiave' nev.er seen hi m"
"Wi,then. do y'ott come to
"Because he takes ten niewspa
pe's, and pays for threm ini ad
'\eri'uit for udef'endant.
If' thIe younfg wold rememberk
wo'(ul remen er' th.at:i thiey h:a
'.'a' hiear't h a- its secti'L sr
row,V wh'.it'h the w.'orbl know..s not
andh cfitnties wXe (-all a man cold
when ii e 5 isild' sad.
Toa p;erm:t a hidv] to satiate her
SeIL is nol., the s5amei tingl aS to
emi her~ to) say she ute hierself.
tha'll slie jiUsse-sses. to-aya.
Te'''h hi;; de d) love'i the l.:a:L
The Christi.n Law of Dress. al
To do alH thuings for the ::lor of IS
G :o i, the christian's law. All T
t/,1q,;s : t he apostie specifiesnamonga
them") atin and drinkin.. It1 sl
llcals CVidntly that a Ch'istian
is to eat and drink thoso thinll_s ani'i oI
in.- thoIse measure h. ii bi condnteice to la
h I igLet c.WC1ei(ner of andl ld .
bo-1y. for this ref'ects hnnor upon mI
the Cr-eatOr: tile halthier, the d;
h1 zppier, the Letter ill al respects C
a m111n is. the more -Iiry is rc- ti
flected 11pon tUC wiSd(11 r.t goot- tl
ness of God. The rale. to eat amd
drink to Mhe qilory yf God. is not pn
uovd by 11,r1Oly st,pping short .in
of drunlkentness and gluttony ; it is w
not enough that a man do not u
hurt himself be not a lave to ap- ti
pelite, but he must, make his eat- G,
im, and I., drinking t revenuo of' n
grood to himself, and honor to the ar
Being that made him. th
By parity of'rasoning m1st the a:
( hristian dr Lo' LI the glorv of
God. 'This sur-dy is i1luclel in
t ihe ( tlix to w i hlell the Ie111
ap;.1ics ; andl it is not a I/// thing.
but a 'rc.u/ thing ; it is to be r:mk ed
nxt to. i! not alongside of etig Ifr
arnd drinking, as a mnanii:KtaLio)n or
ui the (nh.istian life. :imate a
art!eW Lten m:nle of wh%viat in2telper
ace costs ill respect of nionvy ;
the :lUounIt I rallseends conwp! ion,l
and4 ris amon g the Ininiti . ih I I(
a1- ever compui;t.ed the vxpewnse of I
extravaant dressing'? Who ca
do it? I t is at the present Inoilent.
beyond (uesLtion. at the root. m' the h
most 11ri ht l.-i eiis of ' o)iel2 . s
lankmees 01i1me:11le .1a1d i
most di.ins Isrous are to be trace-d to lk
it. To me100-t it, hu1sbands and tU.
at.hers are incited to speculation, b
a14 so to disgrave-to over-exer of
t 1io, and2so to death.-Many a I2
wOm1an, wvho has Iot a fat her or a bW
husband. ha-1 been led by it to
Sel f-imI muolauOun. 11oior, peace, im- e
mortal hope, all have been paid as UL
But this is only the first item in U,
tile long catalogue ofi miseric:) pro- pl
ilieed by. extLI V:alt driessInit.
It acts as ali ineltivo t. envy,
malice, Crime, and every evil. th
Each new dress that is a novelty
of fishion and CostliICss, is respon
sible for a new era of fishionable
folly the crowd is set in motion, u
and pride or envy, and oftenest L
both. rule the hour. The poorer 1 10
vlasses CIvIY the rich ; the rici Se
envy one another. Tihe toiling il
semistresses toil later :lld laier in
to the ighet, compitition presses y<
harder and :6ardr 1 0 upoi the lower I
order of workers; they must add if
mo,e hours, or take less pay per
hour. The complicated and terri- fO
ble problem of the relation of capoi- 10
tal /o la/,n>r is madie more compli- i- 11
cated and31 '' terile;and) whio shall tilll
ho)w m Iuch 1.ashiion and ex travaInce y<
inl dress is re.pon'l ible f'n, in the L
bit teruness that is sprin ging upj be LI
tween'1 the emlfl)oyeeS anud employ- m
er's ? IIow happi1e!2s it that the0 city ti
wh i~c h is th focus011 of lash ion aindi W
luxury. from wvhich come1 tihe i
w>do.. and whle'e are made.i the at
trvll'sl;u. of br2ides in all1 landis, I s
nati:m. whil her0 ) p:da.(ces have 1.
gone up 2in1: sm1okc to. heaVenI, and:
her artisans, male and femalde. :un I e:
espec(~ iV femalte, druniik with.
b!on.h have danced1 :12 aidi the2
flmes? W i inc n dare to say t
that it ha:s h2ad nothing to do wvith <h
theC boundIlless e1xtravagance of1 one A
time.s? W\iil any2 be bobl12 eunughi Li
to deny thaii:t (onwooIui?2Sl is in2 part 5'.
the0 0onthurst5 of thet en2 y w hie 1.
the enorm:~s pro;ilgaliity of the 21
age has pro)voke2 l ? h:
Howe)verd thtis umiy be, thbe Ch1s
tian h'v is, 1too i.laio to be mi2su)- p
dar1 stod. St P'eter1 anld St. l 1ti
alike ha:ve laid it do2wn1. ''Out- w
wa:rdl adorn1i ig" is) in C 2exres I
terms put nu der the ban, specin- (I;
eations2 are made14. julst suceh as the a
time need 12 '. "BrOidere'd hai r. l,
pearliP2, costlyV array2." In pr'e03cis
ini place of gay cilhmi1i; the :n3:n- U
ifestaitions12 o1 -t he hidden man12 of1
the hteart"' even the inucorrupjti in
"ornamenui tit of : 21 luk alnd(12 ue t
spir'i:, which is in the sight of Go d s1
(f great prieu."i
.New, is this an ipracticablla" 21
for a Chir istian ini t hese later' (<
time.s ? So 1hr fromn it. is as rea- .1
onable as it is Scr3iptural. Th'le
eX travagance22 of th~e reiglin:g iash
ions5 1s as truly. perh2aps it is31 nt jl
s ing ' too In:r to say, as muc.h ihr
bhin y oo taste a1s by apeau
in lre ','''d t canot he h elped
its varieties . an delei shad'1ingsI
2r idicated. by coor, shape and.2)1
te'. A :o.dl, ii -' I natr e *
pub0lishes~ "mLf by the eh>the.s it
'2as.Th v*in H 'he ostentations.1
dh,t.ingui2hedl y it, . are. 2heun
oOtri'-ve, the' m'eek. of her2h
there be any: trith Lin2 the ins$pira
ti5- of*St. IPeter and12 S:. P'ai,i.
is enoungh to2 sOC ile dreoss 2of son1'teg
wom~nn and ~n some men. to k now;'
tileX are nltt i)-.an:s, 0:n( can
aot be,0 no niaitter wha:t their 130 p o
Ir hle hl: ieft volT. von C'n ot
meMheI What he had on. This
tith dictate of, Comm111on senlse.
lie man should be so much10 llore
iparent th-an his clothes that h,
ouil bo thouht of and thev
it. Now the Christian law is
I y thIIis ma.1x imr of' good tas te en11
r anld Conl(;CIatel. Let the
bristian dress so ;hiat Christian
alhood shl, nofu,t be overl.,id.
uised or isiIIterpreted. Let
bri..tians so dress as to show th:.t
Cir hearts are not on these
ings, ,ut heavenly. Whatever
>Cs to indinte that dr'ss is a su
eme objeet in lfe, and whatever
plies this, is just so far forth
rong and unchristian. There is
Sbetter definition of an idol than
at it steals the heart away from
.d; and whon dress does, it is as
uche an idol as ever Moloe w .s
d it is fast comninf to be seen
at it is a wo.rshii) 110 less cruel
A Lively Locality.
I spent the night with some
eis on the top of Vestuvilus,
ezing on on111e side and boiling
the other. We kept Ourselves
6ke by tle aimSement of djoil
[Ig the lIhlilig stoies. A bout
ce in ten nmimites the old moiln
in gave a shiver-then a burst,
efrty tho)usandI mliiled call
n iever there wai Such a t iiiili.
each burst, a C!oil of* black
lwke.i.n tie shainpo of an invir-ted
y stack. -Old I hirteen times tAe
e of the Galt II )Ise, was driven
to the air, followed bV a mass of
-id flamile that lightelI lhe coul
y for leagues armind. ThienI
ys hook o1t fr stones. Mil1ionIs
tonis are thrown hundreds of
t in the air, most of them falling
ek into the crater, but man,i
.ryinig mn Size from a Pigeon's
to a tobacco hogshead, land
Aside, and you Imust dtge
nerally easy enough, as they
e of a white heat, and siow as
ain as a rocket Star. They
mble down tho steep colc, his
ig and steaming in th snow
0 bi oines breaking into frag
ents, and flying like a bursting
Now, boys, is the time, ten minl.
Cs' interval. We rush up to
e very edge of' the abyss, and
ok down ; for further paticulars
e "1)anlte's In ferno;" but you
oil your boots; 1 did. You
a)g your moustache ; I did. And
M wish ou weCe safely out o; it;
lid. You turn away sieezin.g, as
ycu had aCCidentally ignited a
)x of' loeofocos under your le;
ra moment all is dark ; thon the
1ig, twinkling r1ows of gas lamps
the streets of Naples seenm to
iing out of the ground under
>ur feet, tho-gh miles away
ell you see tle lights in the lit
to)wns above the base of thce
ouiinins, in all save one, anid
tat One the~ largest. P.o mpei
ith its gre at old tempjle. mag-.
lleeint theatres,eclose built streets,
id vast areaa, is dark; the gimi
:eletons5 ly ing in theircit ashen
-Is alone keep thieir vigil there;
cir eyelees sockets5 needl no light.
o sieht that, ever' I witnessed
m! e:ual aL ea'r sun risc from
-arl*; hblt y,oui 1211st try to, for I
tr'e not attemplt a descr'iptio)n.
5 we stood gazoig down upon:
e root!iess house ofc opeii2. th
m hliting! its gray-colored wail
-Torr'le De)l Ire('o. with its 2I' eart
inke shaken wall.s-I saiid:"W
:ve nothing like tis inAerc.
mh!ofit,"' says one of thle
:ik it payts." Tihat youngc mane
a" from '* eniriy couty , lIediana.
ith ai prtty genercial 'destructi ion
bot andriu cloth i ng, andi11 he
oresa~'id o~ss of' ono of t.he han.i
)iur humble Oi servi.ant, w'e got down0
-ev o o wi th anoth'er party
ho' as'enedi fr'om the No!a sie
nle of thiem had tIn arma broken
a ialiing' stone : ana'ther' a lg
getting d2own. If y'ou wish to
jew ho0w to '..- upj Vesuius~ con
you: wih to know how to get
so*i, let go your hold. and you'll
ine d~o wn.-L,'isrille ('uri'r
2!:u-r~iingo ni;' Ij'' arme published
a Te:<an new ~~spaperI iinder the
m:Iinig of --L'ist."
Thelre are mo' re girl's wanted
bys accd*.ing to th2~e nws.
Hlair pins~a a' b maniufactur'ed
thle rate oil "SIi (eery minutelI'.
asons in norinent
Mrs:'. Woodihi; i'. s.aid to have
Tih:e famin-i: in e l i ~. s - wi'emi iTh:t it
eunids vto.revent ! : mi.uir up fel dead
ronI .c c i a 2i i:: cne keg or: ec sti'.
l'our ..:-I;M t;!i' henl 'i- .-ed f o:
Letters of Recommendation.
A gen tleman advertiswd for a
boy to aSsi,f him in his oUnice, aud
nearly l.ty a!pplicants pr-esentod
thernselve, to him. Out of the
whole 111nmber, le, in a short time,
selected one and dissed the
I siouI like to know," said a
friCnd. -on what round yOU sP
leeied that boy. who had not asin
"You aee Ilistaken," said the
tentt.1:1an ;"he had agreat many.
lie wiped his i.feL when he caio
in, and closel the door after hin.
shz,)wiig that he was careful. I
gave up his seat instantly to that
lame old tuan, showing that h.
was kind and thoughtful. Ile took
oT his Cap whenl he caine in, and1
answered my questions promptly
and respectfully. shwing that he
was polite and ge:itlenanly. He
piclked up the book vhich I hadl
purposely laid p11o1n th e floor, am11
replaced it on the table, while :ll
the rest stepped over it or shoved
it aside, and he quietly waited for
hiis tu iinste: ii pushing and
erovding shoVin, that le na<
Ilonest :md oderhI . WYh I talk
O I with himti 1 1loticed that his
clothes were carefully brushed,
his hai. in iiie order, and his
teeth as white ,,s milk ; and when
he wrote his name, I noticed tiat
Is iiner uails were clean, instead
of being tirped with jet, like that
hadilso:me Jla tle iMlow's in the bliuo
jack:L Don'' . on cLll those things
WI e1s of recommendation? I(do.
and ivould give more for what I
can tell about a boy by using my
eyes teni minutes than all the fino
letters he call bring me."
System in Brain Work.
A corresp>ndont of the London
S>dy says: "I know a reinarka
bl,, able and fertile reviewer who
t,lls me that, thought over his mid
nigit oil lie can Ienbrate articles
with a certain sharpness and force,
yet fbr q:iietly looking .at a sub
ject, all round, and doing justice
to all its belongings, he wanted
the quiet morning hours. Lance.
lit Andrews says lie is no true
scholar who goes out of his liou-4o
before twelve o'clock. Similarly
an editor once told ie that though
hii town contributors sent him
the I.rightest papers, he always
de:.ected a peculiar iellowiess
and finish about the men who
wrote in th country. 1 knew an
iiiortant crown official whose
hours were from ten to three.
He had to sign his name to papers;
and as a great deal depended upon
his signature, he was very cau
tious and chary how he gave it.
After three o'clock struck, no be
seeching powers of snitors or so
licitors could induce him to do a
stroke of work. lie would not
conitaiinate the quali ty of In n
work by doing too imuch of it. lie
woul niot imlpair his rest by con
inning his work. Anid so he fu~l
lile the duties of his ollico for
exactly lift y years before he re
Lir~ed on full pay fromn the service
of the couni:try. A:nd whnen impija
tien:t people iihau:e lgwyers four be
ing s!aw an o:ices for closing
l)inet :dly. :uni -hops for shuting
eurly.:m geerll speakcing,r the
w,idecr a la1.ath> of our day to pce.
iods1' .i holidays :d re.i. tIher
shotuhl reo,iiec' that thecse thnings
theO pi!ophy of society an j hIn."
S Ervm: urr1cRaat Max
i:.s.-Coutton is King ; the world
seeketh: for' his power; his sway
is1 unimit ed, and( his 14or ks are fn
goh;. 1':antL cctt n and buy bread.
L >ok: to t he mnerchzant for aid
vace :;nd :cortgage indep,en
dlcnce, bui:t inc'rease cotton. fhe
refusei~ hay of the Yankee farmer
isseee to theI, toctbLL of thei cot
1.0n plne' mule than succulent
indd~ter, and' Westera flint corn con
ethl m: o r o nutrimucnit than
So:uthern gou)rd- 'ed.
It is better to handle much
money c t han to mnak e sure gauins,
an!d a~ hrrowing~ debt to bk re
fe'red to aL sure surplus. Look
abr:a.i ihr meat ; but at homne
burave k naw in:g iu ury.
Starvo the cattle on a thousand
hilk1, but buy gnr.ino.
GIreat is he w ho buyoth mnt
and br-eadl and many oxen and
atsses, but checapenetth garnment s
for the world ; he extendetih his
labors : h:e sendeth abroadl four
w~oodw ~are, :'nd u :tensils and fild
implem.ient s; he haml:rilethi onne~n
mioneyV and giveth the g'.rai.r
the profit t hereof; butii he is aie
e11nHi gr'eat. and the tr'adinng
man17 1i'm eh obeiace to hm ;n
6:tth:e' ontnent of him who
0'-:: ib ho djebt bri;ingeL th o f:Lm''
a::ong the thaf ILt go to andl fro
over' the~ fac of the earth.
(Chron. &' &''onUtd.
'!b, :t-.n ev.-'ntnen t has~ cn iv. d
th-: in: :i:ieet heme oft floodirng the Cab
i: 'e. 'v *xcvtn a~ canal1 with the
n:act ::t. Ti,W i;l w-over theo steppes ofC
::s.x : !W. I,.:: o. Niolaicif 1ly a
P1-1& ma :-f: ( .1o the Ilima-1
e.i n,! i:ewry n 1 o : i n uvadled.