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Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNIN1, .DECEMBER 4, 1872.
T HE HERALD
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORINING,
At Newberry U. H.,
By Thu0, F, & 11, H, Gronokol0,
Edltors and Proprietors.
ern '.WS, 801 PONa -VINT01.
ltvariably in Advance.
T7 1hw aper Is stopped at the expiration ol
t ie for wichN1 it Is paid.
(q7" Tile X mark denotei expiration of sub
VERY LONG AGO.
.istieii.ng in the twilight
Very long ago,
To :a i eet Voice singing
Vei y solt ai low,
ias'l i QoIg oi puil,
And a ladyv bri-ght
Sravedti-'om (il:adly (lnger
By a gallant knight ?
Or song of battle,
AmiL flying foe ?
I Ivve quito forgot ten,
'Twns so long ago.
Ias n1ot kept, the s1rain,
Icarid olce ill thle twilight,
Never heicri again.
Searcely coie i Imonlent
Where ll-h song is Not,
Less lhanl hall' remembered,
.tore hwn half 'orgot,
All I can be sure ot'
,;I. that lonig ago,
Some onle s:l" ilt twili"ht,
VerY soft and low.
OUR M IK ..'A".
fly MRS. M1. KIDUER.
M 1 otiel' had some law to sOL.
tie, Con Ilected witl my decoased
faIther's afflirs am I1C) that bro.ughIt
ts to New Yk, vherlo wo ar1rived
on 11 cold, disagreveable light in
Aq llother was sollewhat anl in
valid, and di.,1lkod boarlding" 11n1d
10tel lifle, WO took fuirlniShed o1o011s
n% hich had been engaged for us by
a friend,ald I wt1inslltaIlled tUh0:-in
1as hl)ke0pe'r, a e11r1 Ill mellaid,ch ief
cook and nur11sc.
Iow <h11,01f,0ren t everytlh0ing slmli
ed fIoml t he (uliet vilige home we
hal left! What I uilltitldIC of
strange fie-' swopt, past our winl.
dows anld grected i1s at. overy Un111
in our. m111onin" walk ! ( rected,
did I say ? That is not the wor-d
for an inldiffern.iL glance. a Cold
look, o 110 look, at all. Never did
1. realize the fulfillment of that.
saying, "0Very Ont for l f,.
and God For uls all, "I until r came
to I grevat citv.
But I was youn1g, and althouplgh
I Iissed the wvalm11 gr-Iasp of the
hand, tile kind(I look of at, friend
and t i neighb Ior, ye t IC enjoyed1 the
w hir11 and excitemlen t of tihe m11
Woe had1 been in1 Nowv York
neariy ai wook beOfore wO relly (en
joyed. a good( .1ighit/s Pest, fromi the~
inUcessaI t, 011at ori of w agOns, dray13s,
carPs, &c.; and1., w henl wo did man
ago to go off inito the land of
dreams, it wats only'. to be awl~akedI
hi! i ! i!" of the mIlkman.
Muc asedli uhked to be arous1l
wee wa ver; wo or g at
supply of niew mnilk in thle place0 of
tile chl 1kv mitr sont 801s1 fromi
iniesatuofhi craf'Q)t, "ouri
milkman serve thle 01eople tf ou
hos the )dorst eof p thevra
apartons, ad thie one11 ''11
sloop) maCd fo,ut o the tea-Wli
tie ttleP( got'erythigi i n aio
for the Idipped'i ko, xce)p the es
mil, wen I hard thme tosual o
tile little frwagon wt1helrangf
othe sido-walk', and1( uplkc the stops,
"Yell would like us to supply
you withl milk, miss8, I. unlderstanfd
"'If* you p)lease1, sir,"' I repJliedl
glanin g up.
IIe looked at me siyiy as he
pouroPd tihe creamyfl fluid in to m~y
"Ma.ignetic 03yes, and1( a1 muhsical
voico!"' satid I, in voluont,arily, aIfter'
1 had11 closed the door1. "A fino0
form, wh'lito hands(1, a1 splend(id
mutstachob, and1 nothinlg but a
Hlf1 an1 hour1 lator and( wo woro0
seated1 at our cosy little breakfaist
and( the1 cofl'oe rich with the yellowv
creamIl I had1 nf anahgod to skimi from
the "'Orange (County."'
'"Tis is tile bes~it brleakfast we
hlave had horoe, Hotty1,"' said1 my3
010ther1'; "ait least t on1joy it bet
ter. and it is all owing to tile
"I scomI to Injy ineO better,
mnother, and1( think it must be ow
tongue n timo
(mot01her' having gone to her1 1)aw
* y'er's) seemd nver o(b trouIbled
for ple:1aant thou011ght s.
Thle neOxt mforinag I arPoMo oar
lior, took more1' than1) usAul pains1
wit my113 toilet (silly girl that, I
was) bru'Ishod out m ay goldeni Cur ls
inIstead of puttWig them11 ill lmy ac0
(Austomet(l not, anId scatod mnysipl
to wait lor ''0ur1 milkman1f."'
0oon ihe little rod wagton sten
PedI beor the Ilotlc. The listual
cry einated f'rom its lovality, Il
thougl tle voice sounidod grufi
"Poor. fellow, lie lias Caught
col," said I, symthetically as I
gave the white pitcher an extra
rub preparatory to opening the
"I'm to leave milk her,l0 ma'am,
nin't I ?' cam1e from under an old
"oNo, Sir,"2 sid 1, stoutly, "you
arO no0t 011r mlilk(IM."
"I rat her gus Ibo, ma11'am),"
stlid the husky voiec. "That is
the boss toldl me to leave milk here
anld givo first rato ileasilelc."'
I held dut the pitcher mec-hani
cally, ashamed of showing my dis
appoinitment, for I must acknowl
edLe tho deop mnagnetic eyes had
Imlade an impression on ite such as
no others haid before.
I shut the door with a sigh and
went about my usual preparations
For breakfaist. Mother wenit into
eestacies over the rich Inilk, and
declared tle coll'be was f'od and
driik too. 'To ile it wits untiusuil
ly insipid and tasteless.
"Have you heard fron Miles
Rogers, Hetty, sine ve cam"
here ?" said mother.
"Yes, MI)a, I got a letter yestor
"And you mean to fC-vor his suit,
1 hope, and give a favorable an
swer, Its yol promised lme. You
can't do better."
.Did I promise you, mother!
Woll, heaven forgive me For break.
ing that promise, but I never call
be the wif0 of 1iles Rogeirs," said
I, stdly. '"For yoir. sake 1 have
tried to cheat myself' into tle be
lief hat I. loved him, butL I am sa1'
isfied it is all a s1h:im1. Let me
live with you, mother. We can
be all the world to each other, as
we have been for the past year.'"
"But I cniinot live always, Hot
ty. In fact I fiool my At rength
failing me Overy day, and I would
like to so you, my dear child. 'ell
setled in life before I go," and
there were tears in my mother's
"Well, ther1- is til 110 enough yet',
ma," said I, changing my sad ton e,
as I kissed her pale ch1eck1s. "1
am but twenty, and you but forty;
pute i youncg maniniden, wiho illy
marry your lawyer yet, or some
other New York celebrity.
WINo, Iretty," said my mother,
Silliiing a, my bantoring tonle,
"though my lawyer is a colcbrity
in his way, still lie is a youn g man
better Suited to Your ago. than
k"3ring him along, ma, and who
knows what might happen," said
I, laughing, glad to see a smile on
that, dear. Face from which I had
kissed away so Imaniy tears.
111e wOCk dragged its slow
length along. Saturdily Caime;
thatt (ily of tll d1(ays to the Ca'efuli
housewife the busiest! Bread
imust. he baked, pies and custards
mado, and many things dono that
the Sabbath might indeed be ron
e1e1 a day of rest!
IHising betimesC I per'foirmed my
ablutions, hid my heavy coils of
hair' ini a net; hput on my oldest
and1( consequently most faided mno rn
ing dresCs, ready for notive dutLy,
rolled upI myl sleeves, and stood at
the (1001 with my pitcher as soon
as I heard the milkman's cry.
"One or twvo quarts, Miss re
maino ?" saidI the musical voice.
I start,ed, looked up, and there
were the magnetic eyes, white
hands, and splendid moustache.
it was now ev'ident that my he
ro, "'the boss," only dealt out the
"Orango County" Oil Saturdays.
But, how lie camoe to kniow~ my'
niamo, that was what puzzled my)3
poor11 little bewildered br'vin more
than anythitng else. If' the mnag
noetic eyes had set my hieart, to
fluttering the week bef'oro, it was
riothiung to the mischief (10n1 onl
this Saturday in question, I for'
got to put the coffee ini the coffee
p)ot, boiled tile eggs ton minlutes,
a0 ndod ai do0zen other mistakes
before the brcakfast was over, be
sidles puittinmg water in the cus
tard(s, and sugar in the bread. Mo.
ther' said my head wvas "wool-ga
T1husi ihe eventf ul weeks palssedl
onl, each cr'own'edl with a golden
Saturday at the end(. "Our milk
man" had become quito mnarked in
his attentions to ime. A beautiful
b)oquiet was brought me now overy'
mornling by the slouched hat, ,vith
the comlpliiet,S of' the "boss."
Tihinrgs began to look ser'ious. lie
was evidIently as much in love as
myself. MothIer sOcIod to suis
poect which way the wvind blew,
aitid calling me a silly romantic
girtl, one morning very tunceremo
niously dllimissed t,be slouched lint,
and engaged aniothoir nil kman.
Slowly and sadly the weeks
went by after that, n'nd as mother's
business was nearly settled we
wvere making pr'eparations to r'e
"ilotty," said mother, one bright
May mor'ninlg a (liy or so bef'oro
our dlepairtureo. "I wanlt you to
look your' best anld do your best,
for' I exp)oet company to tea to.
"4 Hather at cool proceeding il
him I. think ; bei:g Coilplar:tiv
stranger ! You k nlow I never hav
mi1ot, him, mot her !"
".110 8eeId 6olicitOusf to call o
us beforo wo went home, anid
could do no less than ask him t
tell, as he has been so faithful il
respect to my business, Iletty !"1
"WNvell, he it So! I'll do my best
though tle miltk is so poor, that
know t'he clltards will be 'wheyovy
and I have sighed sareed to th
memory of purO milk, magneti
That afternoonl, to pleaso m
ther, I pt On mily blue moriniio,
favorito of hors, let my haii fall it
natural curls ; wore a plain hinei
collar and cifs and nornament,
,The table in our cosy (illiln
r-omu wai tie perfeeLion of neat
ness ; and mother inl her black sill
and hIle d iew(-dC.ress, the personifi
vation of m11atronly beaut.y ani
I felt no flui.terl at nw hear
whel th10 oor bell rung and on:
visitor was annloulncd I Wha
Cared I for a stiff city lawyer, wh<i
thought more of Iis fFoo hill nro
bably than his veracity, Who pos
sibly would laugh in his fileeve a
the green Coutry girl, and whil<
he was praising her fitlery bis
euits be comparing her unfavora
bly with some of his city-bred lad
"Mr. Evertoi,'" "Our milkman,
exclaimed my i mother and I, hotI
nt tile same lloillent,[as a fine geni
tlemanly young man with "mag
notic eyes" advanlced into th<
mlidd le of .hle room grlaspiig walri
ly my mother's hand !
The color rushed to 1113' fice a.
she :itrodluced mlie.
"We have met before, 1iss Tre
malline, if I ll istake not-, anld inidel
peculiar ci.rumstanc," sail Mr
Everton ; thanks to Orange Coun
y13 mother wv thunderstruck
Ilow had I become acquaintet
witli her lawyer, was a im'IlysterN
The my-stery was explained an<
Mr. Everton's Story told.
His widowed mother havin
died suddenly, he was left heir t(
ani extensivo farm in Orange Coun
ty, which had been carried on foi
somo years by a brother-inl-law
Having injured his health throngi
tle winter, by too steady applica
tion to law business. his physiciai
recommended him to spend a!
much time at the farn as possible
so lie mado up his mind to g<
hiome o1 Friday and Ftay unti
Monday, of each week. But as al
extra recuiperat-ive ho resolved t<
be milkini o) Saturdays, and rc
lieve the hirod man for one day.
Thus it was I met my fatO I
We went back to C-, and if
the Spring followingp I becam<1
Paul Everton's wife. And now
dear reader, it you over visit on:
fillrm1 at Orange County, I shall b
iost happy to introduct.) you t<
mother's lawyer and "our milk
A HINT TO NUaIsES.-You knov
w~hat a racket is caused, even b'
the most careful hiand, in suipply
ing coals to a grate or stove, am
how, when the perf'ormanice is uni
dertaken by the serv'ant, it be
conmes almost (distractinig. If yoi
dIon't remember, take notice the
first time you aro ill, or you hav<
a dear patient in your care, or th'
baby is in a quiiet~ sluimber. Loe
some ono b1lrinrg ini her coal-'cu tt
or shovel, and( revive your r'ecol
lection. Well, the remedy a
suggest is to put onl coals ini littlu
paper bags, each holdirng about I
shovelful. These can be laid quiet
ly Oil the tire, and(, as the papel
ignites, the coals wvill sof'tly setth
in place. You may fill a coal-sent
tIe or box wvith such p)arcels, read'
for use. Foir a sick-room, a nui
sory3 at n igh t, or oven for a library
the plan is admirable. Just t.rj
it. IBesides, it so cleanly. If yoi
dlon'I chose to provide yoursel
with pap~er bags, you can wra1
the coals in p)ieces of niewspapler.
at your leisure, and have then
ready for use whenr Occasion roc
quir es.- The iScien ce of Health.
A good story is toldl of a widou
lady whose husbaiid died far aLway
from home, and it took so long foa
his remfainls to reach her that hii
relhicl had quite recovered fror:
her grief; and was giving a larg<
h/nich pairly whien they finally at
rived. A wagon dIrove up to I h<
(1001 and a largo box was handet
out. Curiosity ran high amnong
tho ladies at the wind(ow, andi with
01n0 accord they exclaimed, "Whby
Mlrs. Jo'ieb, what can that be ?'
Upf wvont Mr's. Jones' oeglasses
and(, after' a glance, she cootlly sard
"WVhy, it must bo Jonos cOm<
home. Chiarley, run dlown anit
open the door for your father.'"
'.Terro' IIauto hlas ayoung m an wh<
cuts, fits and maikes aill the dre'sse:
worn by his mother and fouir siS
Paper houses are being mad<
prlacticabie, habitable anid oomfort
A Gilded Future.
L MORE OF TiE pRE-41)UNT'S NEW DE
1 Clvi L LAwAV, ITACe A NI) 1'11i(RESS.
We learn fir0omi W h ashngitol, inl
I !Conf irm11ationl of, thlt ro rtsl we
havo ilrcady iv Wen clir readers of
, th ni1w Solithern p,olicy of' Ihe
ad mill istrat ion, that, in) answeI to
'anl appliention from11 the Undied
0 States district at tny nnd ,b he
C. United States mlarshli at -NVew
Orlealns for tle use of ti-ops ill
tho enff1ocemient of the lwvs of
ongriess oncerning electit1s, t he
departmilent c(1ilminuna der, ( -1I'nal
Emlory, replied, under posit Ire in
It Strucions fioml tile Pre ident,
that, no troops would be f*or1 ished
- as~ cir'cum.'ttncs thenO stoo , but
th:tt the ofliCIrS Colceei'lld i must,
proceed accor-ding to th- laws
theillsekves ill the iosecitiolt amu
piniishmlenit, of persons charged
L with their violation. In other
r .VorIds, Geier-al Grant has door-,
t mined t hat. henceforth the mIlaiill
teinakice of law and order in1 the
1South shull be left, to the i ivil ait
thorities, anld that m1-art-ial lt%
L whlieb inldien "tes a mtato uf wa,
yishall n loniger b the prevailill:
- aw of the IeConstrIctd SoUther
This, too, 8is ll im portan t movo
ment inl tho riglht direction. I
111'mn that (,Georgia and Alaballu
rostored to their normal rolation
its Stlates of' tie Unlion1, are t
havo thle Stune1 jur1isdictionl ove
SHicir. focal affair."a New You.
.Und -New .ersey. In the Silmlie
Statement of the caso it, will lq
P ecived how cear t his ow Iolicy
of' reolrg:anizigl)(, North and South|
the equality of' the sevoral StLates
i as mm0111bers of tle Union, iS Cl
.culated to reconcile thie Sith.
Under I lie contilluantece of I mili
tl'Y StluprVis,ionD, afte' the States
col! cocernciI have filifilled ailt tle
(Conditions of restoration impo;ed
U pon theiml, anid after tlirl' vesbr
ation under thIese colditiow,
there cal be io reconce-iliabtim.
But (G'eleral Grant, inl elmov
his ',roops fiom the govern 111n,
of the local affairs of the 1,C0,1n
istructed States, removes tho nyst
seriolns impediment to tile ra"s.
tablishmlent of law and orge1'
theroin. As suispiciol creates ( -
- trut., so coufideice begets loyally
land while no government has eve
gained '"nylthing by a policy base
Oil suspiciol, so n1o gove-rn1111011
3 has ever lost aniiythin *g in a polic,
I of generous confidence in its 1)O
A general amne.sty covers til
- samo groiund. W cannot full
restor the latelv' rubellious State.
withouit fully restoring their lat-'I
Sly robelliouls peoplo to the com.
mon rights and equalitics of' mcm.
bers of' the Inion. There may
r be but, it utindred or so, Or less
3 thaln a dozen it' yot please, of ex
rebels who aro excepted From tile
bonefits ff aminet,3y ; ut 111 1anly 0ir
Ifowlii, l th xepttes makl eo di
3inon eiu'otwe en tcns li
an Vrgiiatt wouhich 1ough't nohhlon-a
ge ted ieis In. short,wido Jeft.
-o tavi reain uner his rebte din..
I abiities allf th)aes and t preopvle
- conternd lwith hbi' inuthernirrios
-ithahe sympatz withhimc,in
- h1is111 xclsion a 10l tat 11he
3 fbloody ca;nsm" teenth Norl.th:
- ted. Gnivo it, r.tl irs ident, with
t,o supremacyl of aIld11 olwnsth
aiSouthe a ui'erl amnes or ty,ic
- cluding JOft. Davis tand thereo will
I tai'ons o dOiCord orv cilashingst'
t' with3'o~ci the tGenerlI Governmentl.
-GDanis hasIaid athe has inot
of him avo it;li~''s for thic a
r Utodsme. him a his(e scaloes
t iarm oe bofte kirivoanys
trnatoy o' mpeGv theral
m iany os civilst law ande a univera
atd pogress wco)i ollow. f''o
Pesaci and progrless '( 1. Fompialls
- idesiii1~ htore-eet,ciofGtnera'
Grant, Oil i'ted asOltil the)hariger
of piieao andSi progress forlnthe
lastedin r S ates o grander'salle
na.etion For ii) xapso Gonorial
GnlGuardia, Presil tidt Wlsof
is than too.1 reth Pres'ient for
1thi cotouattions tho him
wilo on aOii, tilo thscuntry
tioit oummr, ntoet cnaul at
hi nthe g olICotprgrs li f hits(
Guardii, sanhen tha w11'Sill so.'I
curexito thel gretAmeriAm e
pflo t cont,linuaCto fe coloane
poliyopeead progress ioseui
Ope)'n to 'raeal (irat with li
re-elect ion for alnother l'residen
tal teri. -'xcv pt i Ig r Washin
1on, iml the work of establlim;
the Union, and Linlcoln, ill .th1
Wocrk of savinrg t le I on111j, II
Prevsilenit of' the United Slate
IaIs hadt(I th gloviois opportuliif.
Whieb Glenleral Granlt, with Il
reTor(ation of1 the U'nion, nlow il
oWfered for frreat achiteveiients il
st Ie Ieninl.- the government
a)d ill exteillinig the power, tlh<
honori an glory of, the count rv
And wle rejloice to believe hat it
the ne-w departure inicated hit
recoglizes his trile policy in li
opportuil.y, its ad van tages and
iLs responsi bi lit ies.
[.New York M-rald.
Cooking a Dinner.
ROW A nENN.Ss.: (lU, ni.ATED:.i. A
(Memphis CorrtSpoident Corier Journal.:
I heard of a yoing lady the
other day up in Middle Tentnes.
see, who, as river mn say, has
taken another clite. Tle story
told about her did ily soul good,
and for the comfort, o other 1 half
starved d3ysppt is lik i m self,
wihose tardy susteniation is etlect
ed by ivanls of fried chickenl, so
gy biscuits, grelsy ha,;I 1anid sole
leather Flitters, I'll relate it. For
years past, as a mere matter of
f'orI-someth ing Ct I e 1 (10 Ni
from roimoto an ti(lity-tle oOi
cers of the colulty fair held inl
tihe neigchlbolhood where this
young hady lived have been inl
tile habit of' oIring a prem
ium to the lady (inmillarried) cook.
ing the best, dinner. It Wiai at
dead letter. Nobody had contest..
ed for tle premitin within tho
Il 0mllory of t. Ie ob1l vs t in habi tan t..
This year, however, tile YouilLf
lady f 4,1, whoml I am speaking de
terminiied to coipet for tle priz.e
.L. er uam11e-i wvish I could imm1or
taliz: ilt-was Kate Ja.away.
The hlii milIel set, up1) a stoVO for
Ie,r Streled a canlvast to shield
her from the su, and about, 11
o'erock of the last, day she( welnt
to work. The matter had eetn
tulked about by every o1) in ti
u:0ighborhood, aIild curiusity was
.)n tip-toe. A crowd collected
aroind the place whler the stov
waS set upl), carly inl the Imornill"
a11(d kept increasing, but when
Miss Kato lieself, a bixon, h
some girl of' Iiieteeni, daughte
of' the ex-Ilayor of' tile town, ap
apeared oil the ground and, put
Ling" o!' a1 White apr-on and rolling"
ilp lIer' sleeves, colliIIlec'd Opera
tions, 1111 other attraction were
nlothling. Ev'ery one0 was cagei
to Soo so novel a sight.
There w8as a tree near by whicb
Soon1 became black with specta
tors Who had cliibled ip to got, i
better view. Tle braielies were,
finally, so burdened that one by
onie they broke, precipitat inu
thoso upon ntho to theL ground.
until one man was left in the tree,
loe sat in a lofty fork, with ey'es
t'vetedl on the scone below. Nc
imoit of per'suasionl by t hose
>cathi, en vious of' his better
7iew, could inidaco himi to come
low n--even a bri bo of' $10 f) ailed
10 said he~ was bound to sec om
rations went on apace. The sa.
ory smell1 of' the cooking" foot
comied.to intoxicate the crowd
thiich p)ressedl nearer'C. .1t1, lo
11 the police force on the grounudu
> keep order. The time arived
>r' thle trot tinlg-m atch , announ111ced
a thle spor't of tile day, but, t h<
j dgeis (wit.hI tIhe ex(cptioin of onic
caibbed old widower',) t,he t,imerCis
a. woIOronissing, and s1o8 nothliny
child bo dono. A t 2:30 the din
n1e1 was an nounced ready, an(
tIe judges, happy men, seated
thlb)Oves at t lie ta1b1e-theO criowd
rop".r'dinig them withI ill-d isgulisec
env.1. A roast of' bee f, d(e licate ly
dcni, waUs put steamning hot upoi
the table, thieii f'ollowed'e corn-pud1 L
dling,. whos d180 elicate ar'omal fel
uipontho olfactories of' lhe exci te(
cro0w , "hike br'eezes of A raUby L.i
blest 'a pr1ofusBion of' vege table,
cookql to perifectionl fol lowe'
nlext.I Thel judges ate and( ate
praishig the flavor of the food am11
the ikill of the cook at overy
monit, 'uil. lBut when a deser't o|
pi ping hot apple-dum pi linlgs mad<
t,s apjcaranco, the for'bearance o
tihe criwd. was at, an1 end. The)
br'oke hrioughi tile 1opos iinto the
ring '4ith one0 acLor'd, and th<
dum1)1plungs dIisal)ilppeare ini a tice
Oniopid follow, prIopr'ietori of:
stor'e ahdI( owner of a big saw.mill
pro0pos)d to the young lady ci
the sp4t,, b)ut he was quiickly col
hared z$d led off' the gr'ounids b;
two ydin ger' aspirant.s, who madb
commo~ cause agaLinst the siterc
sawI-mlh and11 all. That y'oun
11ady3 w4* the contre of' attriactiO.
in bori town after the cookinig
feat. She receCivedl twen ty-fi v
offer's o marriage the first wueekc
and biei faune spread thr'oughi al
the COul try roun11d. An old bacli
clor fell dudmn in Grundy coun
ty', withl farm so big thatit talke
him all avto ride around it. an
s cattle on a hundred hills, hear o)f
her, aid nido a pilgrinimago all 1he
way to t hat, owl to learn th
* r it h. l .e got the uirl, too, al
Sthough some of the yoing mllenl of
thte plave slied (ut a writ oW /a.
4 /a. cwrPus to pr-event her b)e11in(g
cia.ried out oF tl county. They
we0e too late.
This is, I al aware, a rather
Isad endinl- For so good a story
but devotion to tho truth coipels
me10 to iVe not.hinij I t hie ill
.-ple, unlvarnisheud reality.
So1giht to have ied that
'ellow wI Hat, upJ) t. II h3rv inl the
I rot-h of tho troe so long, and
at Stch fearlfill discomil'ort. 110
wanicl her, and le was a poor,
hilliosdys'peptie, w hoiln hler splenl
did cooking wvonh -;n)m have ro
stored to u Ililiess .11111 smiety,
but hie wa 14), 11r. A h !l
'Th'll Sen0 . 110to ht as ap poin t ed the fol.
lowing standing C011111ittee8
Agricultuo-- . l. IDidkson, G.
W. livall, (G. 1. Me,lu(yre, San
ders lord, C. Smit h.
Claimls-W. 11. Nash,t W. El.
Johlnstonl, Holbert 81malls, H1. J1.
Miaxwell, 8. E. G;aillard, C. D.
ilayno, 1". A. Clinton.
Colimerct-co and MatuAfcture4s
W. E. 11olcoibe, E. .. Dickson,
'I'. (". Dlnn, J. A1. Smith, J. it.
C aritable Iistitlt.iols-1Ilonry
Cardozo, W. E. Johlisto, S. A.
S'vails, G. I.. Muliutyre, 1. Cait).
W. lvall, Ilenry Cal-dozo, \V. I.
JerveY, WV. II. ,1mnes, Jr., .1. ll(I
linshead, C. siit h.
Ii.oolled Bills-II. .1. Maxe, I
zo, 10. A. Clinton, J. L2. 'Jamison.
Jidiciary--IB. I". \Vhiiteiore,
JohI Vilson, V. R,. IlCll1ombo, S.
.iA. Swails, i. C. Keith, 11. J.
Maxwell, V. 11. Jones. Jr.
Illcor-por-ationis-W. i. Jonles,
jr., W. PE..Johnsititonl, J. Li. Jami
son, I. C. Corwinl, .1 C. Iope.
li nam,ee-Y . .1. P. O we n s, 11. 1".
W hitt mnore, V. It. Nash, S. A.
Sw ails, PoH't SIm alls, S. E. Gail
l.rd, 1). H. Dulncan, V. E. Joh n
Stonl, Ja s 1A. Jami7-011.
Millitary-(4. 1. Melnt.yro, V.
R.lJervey, C. 1). 11-ayne, W\- . 11.
Jones0, J r., J. If. White, J. M1.
smit h, .1. IL. Jalisol.
Mines and Minling--L. Cain, S.
H. Gailu'ad, J (hnl Wilsoln, Robert
smialls, P..% Cliniton, C. D. Ilayne,
Prinltinig-Rohert. smalls, 1. .
ILaxwell, V. .1 . P. Owens, IIClleury
Car-dozo, C. 1). I11.yne1, .1. Lj. .Jam'i
VOI), B. F. Wh ittemore, .1. .1.
Smit h, G. P. NI c n111y re.
Privileges and Ilectionls-B. '.
Whit temlore, Y. .1. "). O%wen, if.
(C. Corwin. JoIl . ilso, ). it.
Dunvan, 'T. 13. Jo-.-r, C. Smith.
Plublic 1111ilding"s-C. smlith,)W
E. H(olcombo, 1101iry Cordozo, L.
Cain, .1. Il. W hite.
RIoad.s, Bridges, and Ferries
IA. (!ain, W.'I E. .JohnIstonI, Y. J. P.
O()wens. WI. N. I [olcombho, Sanider's
I -'ord, WII. ii. Jervey, J. Ilollins..
Legislat.ivo i Abraiy----. E.
J ohnston, J1ohn1 W ilson, Jolhn Loo,
J . .lloll inoshead, SaInders Ford.
Publie Lands(1-\-'V. R. Jorvey,
1). R. Dunbcan, T. C. D)unn, C. I).
Ilayneo, 1F. A. Clinton, L. Cain, J.
tilroalds-S. A. Swails, WI. 11.
Jones8, Jr., '1'. C. Dunnn, II. C. Cor
win, J1. Ilollinshead, J. M4. Smith,
T. B. Jotor.
RtronehmenlCI'ts--C. 1). IILavne,
Wv. E.L Johnston, C. Smith, (G. P.
MlIntyre', (i. WI. Dunvall.
IPon iten tiary-loet Smnalls,
J1. if. WIhite, WV. E. lcombeI, 11.
J. Maxwell, Fi. At. Clinton.
Conitingent Accounts---WV. B.
Nash81, S. E'. Gailliar'd, Robert
SmloIls, J1. L. Jaml)ison, Y. J1. P.
Owenls, GA. 1F. MeIntyre, L. Cain.
Coounity Of1ic0s anId Ofllcors-J.
I I. JamIfison, B. I". Whiittomiore,
Il0oht. Smnalls, S. A. Sw~ails, TP. C.
-D1)nn, I). I?. l)oncan, J1. M. Smith.
Medical AfWairs-Y.J. P. Owens,
.1. C. 110ope, T1. Q. D)onaldson, J.
ii. WiVte, GA. F . Melntyre.
lTe sp)read( or thie chiolerat in Europe
Westwavrd continues, though insidionsly.
Southern A uitria is now infected, anid
to such50) a degree that a rigid quatrantino
is enfIorcedl in I talian plorts upon01 vessels
arriving from that coun1try. Th'Iere are
not1 a few~ alaruiists 'wh o piredict that
th.is dreaded disease will cross the A than
I ic and begin to dihfusec itself over the
Unitled States with the opening of ano
thier smlnmer. Beufore any1 panic0 IS
p)ossibtole reparation) for thie suuner ?'
A reporter of the New York llead
say3s th'at "'while Mrs. WIoodhull wats be
f ore the court she gave no signs of' ap
prehensI)ion1 of ner'IVonlsness, except anl oc
calSional twitch of the mlouthi, whtich is
said to be habitual with hear. T1he Lou
isvile Courier-Journald nan satys "he0 is
sorry he was not thiere, as he0 would like
tO see her twitch it on1ce."
A toot.h of tho emper)or't Napo.
Ieoni was lately sold1 inI B1russel
for 160 francs,
A. Western womnan, still living,
a has a son over ninoty-three years
wi hat Ca n or A Torn boy.
Miss Alartha Knight is a good
lI) irl w ho wNas bo11 iI
la toI, ald very early inl lil'e 11or.
(ifiv-I her. paretOls at!ll their Irienlds
MOnstl'osity. called at "Tomliboy."
vh ca:-'id nothing. fOr d(ol8 mal
minliat ti-e hiosik-eping, like o)therl
title girls blit waite'd gilillets m1iili
itugers, tmld sAaws anld batce,. antd
nl:til-, :awl hunber to work withi
hist('ad of, learnlill- ,) S(.N oil
dwils'(lotlies,so m le sle.mk and
Wa1gipi antud kiiies forw her. lazy,
n1;ubskill bhimliers, aid sho tinally
b-evallik a wi,nder. 1W 111cchb a-'
g'nis, I fo r t ste ran that way,
aItU 110r FriedIIs con1lue 0 o let i
g. whe th I(Iieyv 1o( i the(li y Ionh
not stop it. liss Martha K 112ht,
bengpor,wenit intio a1 p:1mr baor
manlietoy o ernheir liveli
0f'CQll-. W FR l t) I C 11i Iu
stay at, ho nd dronle away hr01.
lif at the fmiiily fireside. Sho
went, to wvork liko it mail, and hits
1ow become famous and the prido
of the old folks. 8he has woi the
distinction of being the first female
invoit.or. that vver rIeceived a
patent. flir a cIo Ilete invell.
tion1 at, Wainllgtonl. 1 ir in
veltioni ist aii machine for maltking I
paiper- IhIIgS. Sel-VIl at tempts had I
Ievi outiSl Iy Ieen I utdkle t Isli di
rection by men(1 of melianiical reIl
ilus, and14 all had Cadled. This I-tom.l
oy" has now doIne it.. and made a i
SIceSs. 17maided she drew liet I
plins, mai she supoerintended th i
)uttin,g I1l) tle ima1whini)ery at Am- I
h1est, luss. It works well, and j
her everlastiig forttinle is made.
T i I UN-it:) K iss-s. ---Tho
Turil Opinione Ielates culriois I
Pea.1Vk- Iln :ki ng evi' e11m)y N wihlich took
place a flOw days ag at Sedini:
"Twen Iy-in~le iini lies of eight,
<listricts of Anglona took a shuire
iml thi.q solein i pacc o peac. Thie
bishop( of tihe diocese, accmp:uplied r
by live priests anld the autilhorities I
of the VWatr111y, aSsisted at, the
cereolliml.". 1, begal by the as
sembhg ill a lar e field i-ear Se.
dini of the di1ernCit gupimis of(I Ihe
partiVS iit,rested, who aLTerwartds
fomiited in1 to se pa la to rows of
olWenIeIs atid offenlded by (Ihe is
sassinlationls com:littied mr womills
illflicted y voildel ta within the
list t (l oen t s. Then, placi I p
them1selves opposito the bishop ,
and prefect, they cilbraced each
otler- fwo by two, it, first with a
c(allin re lletanlce, but by degrees I
tlie mIlIvIlted, and S0011 tlie great
ust, cordiality was maniFested onl
both sides. Tle twenit v-niiio fmn11
ilics, with their relations to tIe
i1mrl-th geieration, amlounllted ill all
to twelve hun11idired people, who
thus exchaiiged t.h kiss of peace.
A crowd of' iloro thanl two thons
and pelsons formed it (ircle ronild
this initeresting see-ne, vlihi left
a deop and llost pleasiig impression
Mn aill hearts. Dt1)rn th, rem-0
minider of tho dlay aid oi the
followinog morn inig the most sincero
joy andI satisfactLion wer~''e manliii
fested on atll sides, and t will, it is
hoped, be as lasting as it, was
solem lly celebrated.
Theu St. Laonis Democrat prin11ts
Ii his beati.ful lit t1(1 sI 0'y : "Thorou
IS at coveredC bridge att Poiat fi ve
h undre'd feot, abhove hiigh w~ater
imairk. A d rover' recen tly at tempt
ed to divoy a thousand111( shoop(1
icross it. When about, half wvay
over,. the boll-wether' noticedl anl
open11 wVindow, and(, recognlizing
his deslCt,mny, made a stri ko forn
glory and the gr'avc. Whien lho
reachedl thne sunlight lie at 0nco
anid, wit,h a log stretched toward
ontobi carld ill pjoin lt, of' the compai s
lhoi utIered at p lintive 'M a a !'and
dlescendited to his fate. Theli next,
sho< p and thie next, followved, imiiita
ti ng the gest,uro and the remark
of' the loeo. For' houris it ralinod0(
shoop01. TPhe1(I0I orwilo placidl stretami
was inicarniadino with the life
blood1 of morIiibundi( mutton, and not
uintil Ithe bior tail of' the last sheep,
ats it dIisappeared'c( thriouigh the
window, waved atdiou to th,is wvick
(3d wvorld, did this~ mfovement
RI. M. McCliire, a veterinar'y surgeon
of Phi ladel ph ia, is of' the opi ni on that
p)yiniai (pus in the blood) and the glan
dlers will follow the hiorso dijsease, beuig
hte sequeill to all thioradie iffectioins.
TJhese aure dangerous, ho says, and many
bei commnmitiiented to man. As a preven
ti ve, he coin ties, in aill cases where the
systeml oIf thie horse is we'ak anud decbili.
tated, aInd the nasal discharge 'onitiniues
beyond a few weeks, arsenic, iron, the
muinecral acids and tonics, will have to be
given 1toiprove the blood andl prevent
absorption ; also, to enable thie system
to throw oft' the proultcts of diseased
parts. Al low a generous diet, and dis
penseO with (the bearing rein till complete
recover'y is insured.
Fifty ripe and delightf'ul oranges were
pulled from one0 tree in the South-west
curn portioni of the city yesterdlay. Tihey
wer'e not uiferior to t hose of more tropl.
cal locallties.-Charleston News.
Never m' arry awomnan till you know
wherie heir dressi ends and her soul begins.
- - --. --------
WVould a lady vocalist have a falso set
0 If she wore artiflohl teeth?9
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I for each subsequent insertion. Doublo
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Notices of meetings, obituaries and tributes
Of respect, saine rates per squaro as ordinaiy
Speclal notices in local column 20 cents
Advertisements not marked with the num
bvr or hisertions will be kept in till forbid
and chalIged accordingly.
Specill coitraels made with large adver
tiser*-, ith liberal deductious on above rates
Done w%iti Net niess and Dispatch.
SensaUon Story Spoiled.
It seeins that t here is no trith11
in I he "Csetue to the story of tho
1)e:a I-l (kver m arI.rIiage.", as latel y
)ae )s l,1-.-rs 11 C0nl ctionl vith th'!
de1ath i the(, ho(vel of at uoloroed
Wmain:j, of a youlg whito Woman
1)eani, aniid tohl the story belbre
dyii!g that si, ll been discardI
bcase l s h:tl mee arried h.
Litther's eoelinaln. \bou I,
yer:, atgo, it will be r em lit!d
haii Ilt' h1. a '. ,' (1 1 . o 1.
Alny .\ill 13.ker, thetdan1ht1i- ht'
itC : h:ihy vitizn of Now'Y01lt t
voitl;! .1a(nd beautil l i rl esete )
it lithe bit of h1e ld. odo med
.Y Joli Doan. 1.e 1t' clVi oach
Ti ti m habi I I l',joIn 1 ,1 )>anf
"a ls .\l:-Y \ t-' wa I a lmt) aL s
well kliown a1's -\ilk n i
1 1.it' i 1h n hen wil b i l 11tv <aso t
tie min of. 1tl' n. T ' w 1o
whjo latvly died 'ill Wt,hinl-tonl
iolught n1OLOriety ()I borr(-oWed(
to the 1, triliNell t of*:a
1iea ie nii y)no w g m o ty O
oo Airenatacs \ an yeartI
lO t story ver similar appearid
ydme Vu wi-Iot-itdb
I1 h110 "National Iftulligtencer, of'
Nashingto l (.it, m)1on c 11iieti or e
killie ll, thenl an inmat ofa
10on:e ()I I>wo.-titiutionl. "'lhe ar1tielo
an a Wit e vircubi tio 11 i tile ujorI'ln
is of' th' vounltry, thlt, Nw Yor
'Still"01 ,h Ieo shllac Lhun Il% --L(y
hun hiceft~cCring o the i st
l it, andI at libel su it tinill ,
loie was crly' >rove that irs.h
okor-.Ilean wa-,I at 1hat1 tilme liv
i i Croo<I eircumlsOlaneos w%ithl
erv husbad ing Brooklyn, aInd
Udgnlinenit, Nws obtainedI by thlo
elias With iomnlu dk1iu s.
TO MorrrI ( past.-lave yo1r fraet!
1tdoi1 1 With ila glast, I as ftr ordill aill
oi l kini g o rt that fthe( frl imie will
Ac theipi of pntled srliee ofo
ae he pictre.oignowie
oia vr t heast t l lasits iiI h a thlssis
untinl O paste or shlail.le varllish-- liy
he back of, toe romo io tie glass
m1d smo11h ulareflilly--when dry,3 apply
lie least pos,sible c-ot of t e thinnest
>oA lble Varinish, :n1 mti byt nly i
loae. The picture is Ierely on tho
as instead of being pilacedbehind in
,bo usua"l way.
lieurgs (or paste) boardl will iot dlo
It flo . I .la. e dsith ws
Wood eisa nloilteood, f the mra
A- psrill if gold, lest shouldt, com
iexta the. I picturie. iknes11il e
Ofv courie iti willi ie se5 len tht glys its
mlishers (t mo,Ut ths i t'bromosdeen
ropelyu, wan eut o o niml
iettea re ai sixt muhs to t your11 (d
>13Ieures mute and ane uc iarly
hn toi a ve'iil tio, i t i pile byti ho t'urr y
ilars ii;te poraalscoc i Noii hsooner
ri thesi hoirsie y ge tit ' littlie,fl he ti th
hepigs are lithai'd.e.11( l reatedwih an edmi.
a 'hee wi det t1( Lii ated, is oongt
ath cats, anall theo hresto the doad
rillpesol faull sicked suppos, inr
gethiun. Te hiorssickes w) riligno
haelomw 3in vation i i ulctl wre-g
mtg iinds us talt, if, as anis depend70
upon us,i wii'e lst deendIt upo anlimals; p
imd if wea ar lso a ughtieye th tat s dof
13enauacolin and oenos alges any
ntatura toibert of achsof 100 their5 habits,
the ared 7ntirely at ourmeiny, andh wthe
higy he oor protectio tof e human eu.
piity again0 neglect b an mili-whoadmednt
Atie n xha talodle,as how , o a
Now WI ho' cyol uiisover conej on
aOitiiee, andI aind thuiaug it i t looking
atheiyou algtat, youy have tordo is n
11,imes,i t whe them owl' i'ap tnlong
wil bhe tVigs firly fixObe1. that for
ageting te necssi o tuning.oh
yiig boyp withiiit sha,n itwilo fo.
ilwe you mte cions utle. rig
its heura sadaof igldytferlvr
'loN i uTYiigiicotig inI theN.--I ii nper
tlaglis inatyu ,d(ii retrn ' o r o 870,t
whpe thare jist bee pubC lisIhed,W ithp
seallsb itaeuringd. The ladr blhedado
id men cound "F or me, wheales wer
s. towi beupward ofry 00 year, werey
aeitere in al,nprons, ay" againot
wiow an70repetival Ie l ino8w.a-The
weghoor alts idv to raeor toe ataifie.d
Se in ta"foordire and 107gat, loyea
whoma co deat a lluddesied t
Nt ota theo caunights are elln
lceduniry heypl are stainkingtei elbouiing
upteirgfrot gaes TheyOFay ther i o
of tryin o keepg themo upaor ya ly.n
courtngne of the) ants5 of thi a is
ofgtero hneat illee ete pegor a.
ome orpl theyun oe.ck