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[The I wing, upon te1 death of
thi erdt &Ak tOlMO,AM Gndrai Rubert E.
Leo, is frpmL the dpga of Morgan
H. Looney. tthas been 'pronounced
thebestPoo tbak,nAeot over w'itten!]
Atarvuitf,e. ings of the wind,
On iroh *ebd rathing with fire,
Od steamshi#s that Iave earth be
Away over mainland and ocdhn,
To the farthermost civilized ehorb,
The nqws has filled eart,h with emotion
-The niwehat our-Lee is no more.
AnAdri,-Southern yotth and sweet
SG6 tw(nb rme a wreaxth for the brave;
Bring roses, bring hyacinths ladon
With -perfume to garland his' grave.
And'While your grief swells like a bilow
o e6fd6 and tread softly. with nie,
And let gehapg wreaths on the willow
That droops o'er the dust.ofoir Lee.
Ye $tates that so long havq boon
APde r9wnless i.n national woo,
WhildAhietear-drops are gushing as
Adown Southern cheeks Ohey flow,
Cordo60t fc'0 def'ea an d dipastor,
Each wre y 'npaoh the liberty treo,
Come, mourn for the loss of the maister,
And hallow t4 graye-stone of Lee.
"So& is 4y. naine, Alabama,
Ad. a dt istla3 1ow6r Iaden gale,"
But hatkI from each wvinding sasanna
Como forth the low tones of a wail
The wail that no respite ean borrow,
Th6 dtrgof Aijby and glee,
While wrapt in the mantle of sorrow,
Thou mournest our bravo chieftain
Arkinsa, throned on tby mountains
A*ar'mid'tho wildj>t the West, .
Thy glades and thy silvery fountains
Still shadow the isles of the blest.
Thotgh Opliros6ra would lain mar
And4rainp on the hearts of the free,
Thy sons are still true to their duty,
And hallow the'nan of our Lee.
Florida. tr'o Was iy host, and
Their deeds are the theme of the
But shadows now rest on thy coatst
And gloom settles down on thewavo.
Beniiful bride of' t,he ocan,.'
Sweet tqueen of the far'-moaninug sea,
We knowv that thy patriot devotioni
Is:true to the memory of Lee.
The mothers of Georgia are weeping
Their wail-ma.y be: heaird on the .sir;
For many a loved one lies sleepiug
Where Sherman brought death anid
But dee per than all is the sadness
That broods fromn her hills to the sea,
And hushed is'the last tone ofigladness
Since death waved his seeptre O'er
Kentieky, perplexed on the border,
Jjow stitda thy4 aecount with the
Thy eons--will they spurn the "now
And gather with ns at the grave?
Let the shade of tOld hickory' number
Th rifiea that.flashed for the free;
Let patsan faetioni now slumber
Ah'd7rmeurn for the great chieftain,
Rehilm of tne uot-ton and cane,
Now peft on each verdant savanna,
Steals mournfully onward the strain.
Each,. field andI tho dew spangled
Each fountain that rolls to the sea,
Grows sad in the scrowi of the shadow
Tihat looms in the death of' our Lee.
And Miaryland, mot'l r of lIIoward,
Of Carroll, of May, and of Key,
Sweet land that-ne'er' nurtured a cow-.
. New what nood we say unto thee !
While Potomac rolls on to the ocean,
And Chesapeake kisses the sea,
Oh comie with a heart-felt emotion,
An~d -mourn tat the grave of our Lee.
Missouri, redeem thy ideal,
Come back to thy taith and thy love;
And let the dark cloud of the real
Thy soul from its lethargy move.
Romember the days of thy glory,
Remember the br-ave and the free;
Let Shelby and Price tell the story,
.And'honor the great name of Lee.
Fromn the usalms of the rich Mississippi
Where the cott.on was picked by the
A requiem ascendeth to Heaven,
Wrung out from th6 hearts of' the
In the wail of her sad desolation.
.Now hushed is her joy and glee;
While her's swells the grief of a nation
That miourns for the loss of our Lee.
On the plains of old North Carolina,
The bomne of full many a brave,
While t;yranny's fetters confine her
-To a oom wofeo than that of a slave
While her 8gps and her daughters are,
That oppression should laugh o'er
The full:tide of woe is now sweeping
Allithoughts te the memory ofL.
O( thg,p'ice fields ofpouth Carolina,
Whve Afrieags flag is unfurled,
W r.e the jet of al Philis and Dmnah
Nesw vie with the queens of the
stlldoee ergloom is now stealing
K okenselaar down to the sea,
a Miee$eto her feeling
iby theo death of our Lee.
Come, I enaessee, joisin our numbers,
And help iri'our requi6m strain;
The shadg of the hero that slumbers
Deserv'e now thy deepest refrah.
*hile gretnss is honared foXever,I
And virtue immortal must be,
Come stand by the beantiful riv3r
And hang qp a trogly to Lee.
The daughters ofTexAs are saddened,
While her sons feel the terrible blow;
E#ch hall that with joy was once
is draped in the ceremente of woe.
We come with ottr offering of sorrow,
And humbly we now bend the knee;
We feel that our night hath no mor
The grave will not give up our Lee
Virginia, proud "Old Dominion,"
"Queen (f the cliff and the wave,"
No slime. from the kiss of a minion
Has sullied the hue of thy brave.
But still in the high codrts of glory
Thy records the kind ar.gels keep;
And the sod is still dew-bri ght in story
"Where the ashes 'of Washington
Blest mother of heroes and sages,
Whose fame shall but brighten with
years, . .
Whose names through a long lins of
A nation shlall hallow with tears,
Thy Lee is now laid on thy bosom
Where Washirgton slumbered be
Their dust shall but mingle ,o'blossom
Till time and its sorrows are o'er.
But the portals of Heaven are swing,
A spirit fror' Earth's at t1e door!
Aad choirs ot angels are singing,
"Come rest now in bliss evermore "
And far on those upper heights laden
With flowers -immortal and free,
'Neath the sweot-gleaming splendors
.Now WASUINGTON WANDERs WITH
Improve the Stock.
We are glad lo noe the increa-ed
interest man ifested all over Zhe South
upon thisi uber it ii begining 0
be serienslyv cinsidereNi und earn1eslI
dIiscussed amnong thoc se eveni who hiav,
he ret' sore been1 coniten t wihI lhe
ruta and sCI 11bs wVhich, onzly by the
mfost elastic courtesy, couild be desig
ptated by the namuhe of stock.
Th e Sou,0th can and sl.hoIuhl ne
r..eat stoek r aism rg cono ni y. Climuta e
rang~e and ne'aruness toi markets. are no
inl our1 Lv..r. A littie less e Ih ate.n
a huilie Wn're sI C' tibould oc the~ p,
grarino ce ever farmer. T'he ,i e
road ?o suIccess lies i.i ihis diree n
and the man w ho .akes noc ini:erest g.
th is mnatter' will linid hi imself tar in
the back ground.
Improved stock, of a'l kinds, can
i.ow be obtai ned at co~mpaatiIivel
low prices. If pulre blIood- anini
cannot be procured at once, it will be'
eco)nomy to grade up the comm. n
stock ,.thus adding several hlundred
per cent. to their value each year.
Cattle, horses, sheep, hogs anId
poultry are the results of intelligent
management of farm affairs. Tie)
possess a tangible v alue w hich does
not attach to acres of cotren or cane
or any other priecarious crop. Be
sides this, they fortn a certain basik
up)on w hioh to ebtimnate future profi,
and it is fauir to state that any r'easoi..
able estimate in this direction are
Good stock and a plenty of it
gives its owner a standing in 'society
which us truly enviable. It is better
thani government bo'nds, and the in
terest is payable with unfailing re
gularity. Ii one c.ase a coupon is
detached, which represents say five
per cent, per anum, lessen ing t he
totl value of the bond by just the
amount detached. In tue other case
a coupon of one hundred per cent, is
added to the originaul ga'ne and so,
year .adter year, in like proportioni.
One swallow may nodt makle a suai
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The Cincinnati Enuquirer's essay on
man is in ene canto, as follows:
Start a paper,
Now is the iime to put your hens
under bonds with a coop on.
Jt Is nearly four years since the
disappearance ot Charley Ross.
-A handsome thing in ladies' hats
A lady's bead..
A Miss-ecalculation.-How 'shall
my hat be trimimedU
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Leaf'd Ihaflt'6n 91 *
Arrive at ColbabIa
(Snndays eiepted) t.I
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Leave Charleston. 8 14"
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and to Louisville, Cirvelaaatl, Chicago.- S.
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Through Train ~on eharlottee Road (which
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CHANGE OF SCHDULZ,
Paesenger trains ru daly,-fndy* escepf
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Le:tve Columbia at
Leave Alston at 1 1p
Leave Newberry at 2..
Leave .Hodges at66
Leave Belt on at16p
Arrive at Greenville at *8
LeaveBeito,at11.l0 a a
.~.eae Ne bery at1.42 p a
LeaveAI8tu ut2.20 p a
-ALeave atreenvia at6.0PZ
LeaveCoelt at A~o ihTarso h
LeaveAlsnhr and Uno..ira;.ODdS
AratColumbia it.ain nte ot u
lumiaan Auu8a nd heWimgt7.2 Coa
Trai leae Abevile - 9.1 0 . conec
(Iokeburyat 216 pin.,connc.i 2 wi t1
TrinfrCoecia. AcconwthTaion the
Spnaynbur aendaysiond aiay ;cns t.
Cokelubiat. Nigh. a inso on the arouth ca
ohein TRaidun ore;viloit rair.
Tring Nfrm Cnoluthonbeiar.te,C
ANE ANBRANILL ANCH.U RJO
Trn eave Abbe vit l at91 .0 one
Loeesenury at .5 ..,cnn0tn wta a
Leave fryvClumba Accomodtio Tai.
Lenays, endnesdnaysan 7rdy.2 La
LCvenerbry at 18.. r ntearl a<
Athe atw Berain frmGeetle Le60e. A
Levle atelolock at 7.0cnn6tn wih
*Leave Aerlon at 7.60 p a
Leave Pendean at .204 p a
Leave Perryville~ at 0 p a
Leave Pendeton at 7.20. a
LArve Ado at 8.Iala100 a
Accomedatilon ain btwenBeto and
dy.Leave Belt t 9.7.05 o o aa
LaAnderson at 0 p in,cnetn i aU
Arrive atWalhalla 10.00p
Atlntso on Tuesmda, Aihrsdy ad. Iaiur
dy.Leave lto at 9.6aa. or o a
LAvedersn te at '. 1on 0tn 42tp aUp
Leav Seeeanityat 1111 pe ient
LeAvEz Nn-r ,nral atehet Agena
Leae E schedul2e. a
Leave ateenllet at 10
Leave Topcartyu at 28
LArve aetminsloter at 81
Leaves eCaloty at 84
Leaves centanburg at1.
Leaves Libeetyl at 20
Leaves Easley at 24aa
Leaves Cenralbr at*824
Leaves SCaoty at 86
Leaves Watmanisur at418a
Leaves Toeevill at SSs
Learves Eatlant at 9.6 :
Loaves Atenta at *:0a
Leaves8enceca Caty 1028a
Leaves Westminister at116e
Leaves Toccoa at 1 *~
Learves Eatl Aaa~ 12atp'
Leaes reevile a 1608p a
Leavs Sartnbu a 26 42p.as
Arrie a Chrlote t 1 42m
Leae Carltteat11 11pOa
Leae Geevile a 11 4 p a
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