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A Freedmiq's Wedding at Nobie..
The richist affair 'of the season came
off the oth9r day,at t4e office of Judge
Starr. -In order to give the*reader a fall
insigl into- the ca it, it' necossar te
start at the Mayb'r's. Cod in which the
case of an unhappy pair of old darkeys
was broitAht tip foradjudicStion. It ap.
peared that the Vatiorafile old couple had
bcen livJng together . ma'n and wife,
but, as-h said, "idont do circumfer.
cico ofhiw." '.TheX brought a volum.
inoit4 string oPchar os against each oth.
er, and taxed th6' 1aybr's patiene bo.
yond endurance. The Court beidg un.
able to maku had or tail of the affair,
turned the case o'ver to the Freedman's
Bureau. They shlot out for "de Pu,"
and the trial was itt once taken up.- A
- ter hearing all the facts in the case, that
tribunal decided that ther should be
lawfully married forthwith, -and placing
themn under guar( .sent the bridegroom
to the office of ,idge Starr for that
functionar to carry out he sentence of
the 111rgu. When thet g'ot to the Es.
quire's olce,&be guard simply stated to
J ustico Starr:'-. -
"Iero' -a couple fof you to marry."
"All i;ht," replied the humorous
justice, and li.e gilard, nQt having an in.
vitation to the wedding, retired.
"Just- atep in th14 back ro3m,"-saitthe
justice. "and I'll splice you in grammati.
cal style and apple-pie order."
The couple followd him to the room
in the roar of the front office, and after
explaining the duties and o!ligationp,
requested them to join hands .
Bride-"I isn'o gwine to do 'it; I
doesn't want to hub:nuffin to do wid4dat
wigger." e .,.--.
Grooni"I isnti 'ticular 'bout marry.
in' wid 'd.egal. I nobber lubbed do
This protest opened the F&quire's eyes
lik9 "two full moons in the harvest."
He asked what was the meaRing of it,
and just then a ropresAltak,ive of the
Bureau stepped'in, and' informW4. the
justico that they wore ordered by the
Forecdman'j Court to bi mirried, and.hle
came up to see the se,itence oxecuted.
With this- understanding, Jutice
Start told the . 'happy couple"- to join
lmds, w)ich they did after much per.
sunsion, p the following scene Imued:
Justice-ibo you take this man to b
your wedded hs ban4 to l97e, h9por,
.Brid-"Nnot much I
-(doeSh't; I woul4' jan~i acro les
full ob such tr ."
Freedmoti's Bulet d'ee.~
Esqu,ire. We take himi ;go ousi
Justis-e-a--"And do yon rake
man,to be ?ouis weddei vrife,
Grooin.-"I tole you-. d' I isTi'tJ6ofc.
ular ; I isn't haniceritn - rter do .enw/ii
ca lib wident'de ols,gaL W
.Fro~e i 'tBa. u4 a@g
a single allspie.'- ~ry up-the 4akms
Justie--lThen I ?ronotine.su'a3i
ynart and1 Wift, *V.d 1ave'
tnercy on your "'JIijeAr.
- ya -of
sat te .upnoeL iey .h gone
view the gt99 t4 *they apst-i orps
ly lie1 I'' ,
H1oxx EDUcATIoN.-Fron tio report
of Conmittee of Christian Iducation to
tho Episcopal General ionvention, we
extract the following:
Home education, the comnitte6 need
har4ly say, is the first and -riost im*or
tant part of thoir. subject, because: it is
the basis of all education... Qomparative
lyfew,in,pito of all that is said upon it,
appreiate the iiiluen'celor' tin and for
eteraty of a well-ordbred. home-cirdle,
a jua e16t9 yitem of domestic instruc,
tion. It is a bchool'always open,. teach.
ing ,well bj example as precept. Its
Voioe is never silent through, childhood
and youth, and is'noL huahed among the
labor and Arial of later years..
The atethory of a - happy -lristiah
hoi0bridg men bck to the thought, at
least,- pf the -piinplioity ,and purity of
childhed with.a directness ac d power
,w iich unveil 'vice and disarm tempta
tion. 'By far the larger part of the er.
rors and vices, the irreligion and Infideli.
ty otthe age, is directly chrgeablo to
te negeet of;-home culture by the fath.
Qrs anT r6others of the land. It, is only
justioq tW say, that the ideponsibility
restswith much qietd weight upon
the for4'er than tipon th latter. Many
r.wife an'm6thr strives to do her whole
duty:t9wardo her, little ones, and with
iporrowe hwart fails for the want of aid
and s*pathy from-him from whom she
hqs aright to expeoteboth..
The caube which 'have led to the
wide dpartt6-' in this rgard from the
habitq of our fathers'are numerous. The
great one, no doeht, is 'the intense eion
oattiess which aniiates almost all their
worldly puroijits. -The father has but
little interodurpe with' his children, for
his business will not permit it. The
mother finds the ceM of the family and
the demands of sciety- too urgent for
the proper discharge of her - religious
dity to them.. And a6 'they are both
likely to rsort.to th q joQe is"
and tobecaress about ie influences,
which will.do, n wo for their qhil
dren's education as' any purposed tram.
ing can do.
INFORMATION WANTID.-On the 18th
and 19th of February, 1865, the 14th
and 20th hrmy corps, under General Slo
cum ind Davis, cam ped near the resi
deuce of Mr. Levi Koon, in lxington
Distri6t, S. 0. On leaving somq ono-took
his little son, Preston .Kodn,.-agod .7
years, with him- He is livjy aid ready
to speak; fait skin,, ligh hair and4 l
eyes. A may haver ben left. in -t e.
Eastern part of this State, asi these corps
remained theri domm 'time previous to
This is a most distrmsing .case. Any
ono having ant information should *t
once communicate it to Mr.'. Williatm
Sumner, P. M. at Pnaria, Lexingt'on
District, S. C.
Our State exchanges will 0aie.py.
.Waushingtnn correspon'ent of.,th1e
New Yorkt WRd refers to wht fie.
styles.a pretty -extensive 'move 6n fdt
in that 'city.which includes both. SenattAr
anT menAYet9,of tie -Repubfiohi strpe,
in favor ota new party. It is sa, that
OhiaJa-leading i i the. mrti anN
that.4everal meetings have already: boen
held, and tho.mattWr f4l1y . '.The
Presidtik,has b4en cons in .regard
0. the matter, and, it is aid .aprove4
of the ideau The principles ohheir faith
is the President's poliy7
The same corresponden-t state. that
the Raymond branch of the National
oldrionhundred~ 0husnd hsat
the Preuid.nt/s aspeech1 made Un th 224
the qountry. -.
.QIO)teglite mo~re slep- thd
*n greless$1:an th esgsd
i~ntom and telegvph dperatoue
el at al. I aW"bM
- pat herswpahed to
you ver have d s ek
ast mother. r er Mu,e
A DounT.A SAh.-The anneked
hta a sufficiently e applicatio to be
appreciated by markie%people .of either
flusband 7dvdie:l Aiscene let. Room
in hotel., 5pitto 4full of cigat stumps.
Bourbon.whiskoh !Husbanid; in a aur.
ry to be of&-, WKa home.
Deareit ,M'.a. y time is so much
occupied with bsh thati ca hardly
.Pparo a moment 4 rite tq.yot. Oh I
derling, hbw Itmie du and the only
thing that stainstneAuring my absence
is the t4ought th;apvery monert thus
spent is for the bene 4 of my'deat wife
and children. Tal *6od care. of your
self, my dear.' Fe 6 he babf'bn cow's
tilk. Ecuse.ha l&c.
Wife at Home. eno 2d. Parlojr.
All khe gas lit. ,Thifteeg gtass wido'ws:
Fred; ro aronqd the -corner, with his
violin ; Jirm ,froi @es the Way. with
his banjo; Jack, fe above, ;with his
guitar ; Sam. fron bel6w, with his flute;
tots of other follow, -wit.h their instru
meits. . Dancing.an, ingiqg; sideboard
covered with uts, fitcakes, croam,
wmne, wAhiskovl' & Vife; in 'a hurry'
to .dance, writitg"tb hishand.
,Dear Bubby.-H* lones9me I feel
in your ,abe . 3,4e. hours pass to.
diqi'ly. Nob on me, and I am
constanly tli ing" Idf the time when
you will tie al bohie, land your cheerful
e6utenance light .'up. the riow dreary
rout ie of ivery- dayi life: . y house.
hold dutieR keep me constantly employ.
ed. lam lving as tcopomie.ply as. possi.
ble, knowAin' that your Imall Income
will not admi t offrivolotas expenses. But
now, dear,I will say go6d bye, or;I
-will be too late (Or the mnprthly concert
of prayer. .n haste, yppra. &c.
We leari trov t wth. 4e York 7h'
bunb; that the %repoft of- thb United
Stalis Revenue Coritpasiom gn ")pro.
leun as o 'A iqql,r6venue;*
lowi thtt , 1r Anfn
ns, ram' iWr#port we see how
the wil et .Of an almost unknown
istrict 6 ennsylvaiviii has becom6 the
centre of one of the lirt staples of con.
morce and manineture. Thd custoris
tables- tell us that - American seainen
now carry petroleum to a hundred ports
-to absorbipg Antwerp, which . took
4,149,821 gallons in 1864'; to China
and the Indies, that were content with
34,438; or the new world in the Pacific
seas, which received in 1865 near I,.
OJO,00-0 gallons. ' Where, ten years
agog wdre spraggy lands, bordoring nar.
row otreAms, teluctant to yield ilharvest,
has. giished forth a stieam of wealth
more abundait that any that ever came
frdm the golden Rocky Mountain, and
giving every prdepect of as great per.
Tit 1snxomr1NA op LjonwNfo.-A very
curious papolias just, been address'ed to the
Adadeny of Sciences, by a physelan. who,,
for a long period, has ocoupiedhilmself with
observing the phenomena of lightning. 4
is Pot Ustially71 inown that a. great many per.
sons are annully killed by the 'Aleotrio
fluid in FrAee. From 1885 to , a
period of t*enty-ilno years, 2,881. rss
werekilled--the largest number in-one yeap
being one hundred and eleven'persons; the
smalfc't, forty-elght. Besides those killed
ther4 were .0,700 hijurel It is remarkedl
that a much larger portion 09. mon are kill,
ed 4haf'*women, owing to thO mater1al of
which female dresq' is composed. Of 880
vloiots, -froin 1854 to 1868, .op 288 wer.
wonsen. Dr. Bandon moetions ieviral very
Aingula cases He had iet with two per
Spns,'eadh of Wom had be*t siok t,wie,
4nd one vanohad three times been edered
hin asible .by lightning-eaeh ihnFlia sk
diwoven 'welling. (Ordetth sof i thosi
killed ha4 taken 'refAigq uinder- tre..s The
mowntalious' yegida of t.he s4buth nd east
of U'Ve aethose most' subjeepi to aodl,
A$ te.r p.1I htening.---a.very' smallprq
p mt1oneung i the north and 4ta
pot.Ions,Mhere- he land is moltelevel - !
pno4o andA.late Etrglish wo*k on
ameds ndothere greomi genes,
safs41at bu&,ismalip4pp o ges
sold n4wrlareR.h. lue. dia
dit auld thue of Iridih are rWpd1 &fl
au. 'The gearoisy of roulgesna ha.been
met. by, the ingenuit of . 0Qwgrr
dfitersis hu anufacture spiuriuasg.g4
that ftequently deceive exgert-conpoe
Qus. pgge 'qu ' s o~
. iediattionde no# ibiwite bf
ad ?e@fltas ase there paste
Q~ntgfor whpich their wra.eqs hay.
eio fabuloua esrms. .
The bew *10tis Cable.
ANOTUR ATTEMPMT4T -O11 M4D THIS
YNAR-TH dikAT- RA3TE.RN T0o SAIL
( om the .Ldon hPrat, Feb. 27.)
During the last fiw days the Tele
graph Coostruca6 - mad Maintenance
ompany have beguq i real parnest.
The Great Eastern 'lkill hes ai her nioor.
ings in the Mediwy, With ihe r' ainder
of last year's citbil on boatd; a'nd':thi
will again be used during the present
year, when that part of the cable whih
will have then egoyed a twelvemnth's
rest on the bdof the Atlantic will he
grappled for. Captiin Andersontwi
once more have chagte of the bi ship,
and he will again have the inva"able
asatanoe ?f MrAslpin, the chief officer.
Mr. Canning and Mr. Clifford will by,
aSin last sumiper,,in charge of the 1ay
ing of the cable,' anI Mr. De 'auty will
be agaii'in, charge of the1wleettical-deo
partmeit. -.Aait present arranged; the
Great Eastern will carry the new cable,
will lay it to Newfound.and, will there
coal and retan -to the. mid-Atlantic.
wheie she will, lth' her consoik, grip.
ple for- the loitoard, the -lodality of Voich
can be ascertainti.w4hin a qAtter-os a
mileithrough the obsefyations -ta)cen la!t
summer by Captain Anderson and Cap
lain Moriat. The grap "li'g will be
done6 in this way. The've 6elsinclud.
ing the 'Great Eastern will bb provided
with' gmppling apparatus., One vepl
will grapple,- and,. if necessary, cut her
end b .meanS. of a steel blade set in the
gr9 ig iion; the mtiddle ship *11Haul
up. ahd thd lrni vesfel will' also raise
the cabte stran. 'Th te will, -terefore,
be' three bights on the cable, or two
bights. and an end will be *prevented
from slipping,by the formation of the
grappling in which the cable will be
jammed. .When-the'end is recovered
and . message sent throuevi to Valentia,
soa " ofthe lectri ' the
il Il be plaii sailing, 'except in case
of Another accldent similar 'to that' of
last year, when all would have to be
done over again; but this would be the
worst damage. If one grappling -is vuc
cessful tlre is' n6.iason why a second
should not be, Niind aven a third and a
fourth, if it-should come to that. .'But
hopd def4rred will p*roba?ly not.make
sick the hearts pf share holders beyond
Thio new bable, - which is to be laid
first,'.id very different in appeaance from
i 1at ofMI 865. That was black, but not,
at all conelv.: This is fair to.see, in
p-lNt%f color,' but rout- withal ond
fibrey-tto co'p a word ov'the occasIon,'
Bu save thaI there ik.no dark conposi.
tio soaked into the Manila h1u4p.whih
fpps'the -coering'tf the.outer.wres,
this cable-i i entical with the last. So
far, however, as strength goes, the'new
ropewill bear'a strain of 15cWt. t'o a ton
lione than .tWk of last yea-r and, asii
oli*ious, *thiS aditional streigth may
44fake.the diference between break'
Iin and holding, if it should unfotutnte
be neeiiity to hanl bok to he
shp at ay time..' The reason whl it ii
pothible to didgense with ihe itnposl.
tion fir ooatlAg is that. I the riewdable:
the outer or protecting. wires. are galvawt
ed. About 160 milesof.the new cAble
hate been lgady madd, and when al
the inachiiky is 'set to work, as I soon
'will be,'*theManufacture will pro&aed at
the iAte of' 100 miles per weeki Bln
ioiking overtime, thip immense ,speed
estil4 nearl~sh doubled ; but of course,
ov4ru(me wuIPe avoided if posle. In
-J d orn~tt ofnsthde,hesy a'h dopi.i
tlie altiaber of 'Anks ,whdch hoh(.th@,
'ce of the cable;.and~ there is QIo new,
ni hine which aloiieturns out four miles
per aay of difipbdtedi cable..
Connedi,iout people take care of~ all
tltings and'd1a"nothing: waste4 Oem one
chased a *.kf~ pesthoi.o,
trial'were. tn4'( bttf or 'be.' Sd
a the etndo4idthnnd
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