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[!im '2as tys
The Mid Sumutq ehe 'airie
supposed, In som.) oountipis of Europe,. to
a unkwually busy about iftortale oi earth.
hd it Is a custom' soewhat coramoli i
,bose places for yotig gil to plu6k sirg
of'St.'John's Wort, and stiok them in the
iialls of their 0haibers; shoald they,
owing to the dampnes i of the walls, reLokn
their frosb+ess and verdure, the damsels
May reckon upon gaining sq,.lrs before the
end )f the year; buf,'should the sprIg' of
the St. John's Wbrt, (I1ypbricun) d1-op,
i.he popular beliefif,, that they will have te
wait. awhile longe,.
It is well enough to. rek fAAspeare'a
play of Mid Summer Night's Drean on the.
ovenitig of the 15th of July-Mid Sum
nerN, E ve.
Ridgeway, S. C. E. W. D,
The young maid stole through the open door,
And blush'd as she sought. the plant of
'Thou silver glow *dt, oh, lend me thy
I must gather the mystjo St. John's Wor
'The wonderful herb, wlose spri; will de
If the coming year ohs ue a bride?
And the glow wornt
With its silv'ry 44e, -lk
Anid sparkled and sh,
Oti the Wort of St. Jo
And soon 4s th emaideh*helove-knot tied,
'ro'lret' chambei shI-.
4here tli4ticely moon her bright beams
d ~id," 2
To deok ime, a bride, In r I r t
And itfreshet'd and gr , of
Andbrighten'd its lea
Waving itself to the%breeses' play,
And forming Itself fo'r tbaq bridtl diy
And when less than a year had itted away
It onoiroled the brow of that Iddiik ,
And the glow worm came.
With Its silv'ry Rame,
And added a liglht as it pPtod an t 0oat
On the lovely and oharml1gfi er
As friends dano'd round l1i the 6t04
* [From the.8outhern -Field and Fr.4.)
'BY CLARA V. DARGAN.
That night'Judith Date'/sleit fok diq:
As I went up the dim steIr,way to th e
little chamber where wodee to'el
away--oh, so Iati hpt y )
1o build castles, anc "tai 'blio
ful futures-I fet a atl'dA6 ti?boalp$
Sthrill in my heart. Mr.Dare Wftly opn'
ed the door and then rp t -,wayL .
Judith was sitting b the tabil
There was a package of 0 d letters o
several open-a litsle -lock e( lWdwn
nestled beside p Wnelt of fp4d "4qAI.
but I saw first by ; he. oickeo .
Jight my darling fa, pale. Sia
it was always now, yet oam:ow'If4kr
ling and -beautifpl T*y th e a
lovo. S6e was restiq t lrew
hIot'hnd, Aotta I e 1
"Come here Annie. :r' hat;ed
looking at Jeo's pIesmrev'It is edge
don't, you think' so?"
So quietly she said it as lI-kel)K,
down at her side I Bt ph, I knew eery
changil -of thdt dear v6o tdo welItObe
d eceived, & ., : J > 2-1
''Oh, Judith !"
I ganed for a moment upom the bae
portrayed in the miniature--a face so
astrong, so-bl in tE elear -outlipes
that t'emti type of perfeot,
manhood, at the .proud yet
fentder moutlj eep earnest eyes,
andl I hid m&fj on Judith's shonlder.
There w as a silence I only *t rongh the
open.window camne the sad dj' of the
whIip-poor-will, apd a f'aIfbbrieWrden
wt,Il the brenth of' jestI)ine, hiIte4 the
c~u. :in. I hoard our henrts bhanintg a
I bqnt 46'wn closer in the agony 't
v,ojeleq gef-r . .resp JudIWO
,od-a passionate k!" Sbe p0 ua t
her cold lips (on' ny 'forlied' and
'catinily rais'.d of ~fage to, here."
wi han , and. I hive sent fdr
yon'fwtelit4e wljat is best. I airW
afrid I' have not belfr "dong extioly
right to be readingsthese letter"v-pas.
ino her hand Wearily across heo brow,
"1bikt4Ionly wanted to-te-Oh,%'An.
nie, y6n.-know 1"
Ye, I-'knew. Were not her thoughts
as my thoughts? Had -there no; been
one mind and one heart between us for
almust a sedre of years?- I knew she.
had unbound those letters to drink Orel
more draught from that sweet spring.of,
.love which had. so long been her daily.
sustenance---that she, had 1pressed that
soft,grl once nore to her lips, of which
evqry silken, strand wia As dear as .
drop of life-blodr-th4tshe had opened,
tha miniature to gaze for the last time
upon a race sAehad no lopger any right
to call hers. ' knew all this, and Ju.
diti saw it when I raised ty yes 'to
"God bless you, Annie I" 'he mur
murd- "you 'ave never dec*ed me.
Let me tell you all about "
"No, no,' I whispered,'not to-night,
Judith'-but she hukhed me with a
strange, quiet smile and. wen't on; "I
mightthpe,kuown it; it .has. been Qom.
ing for ipnths Annie. isletters were
not so long ,qthey .ned to-b * and yet
,they were eo i and fl oft4Adernes..
In one-it was the last: here it is -he
called me "Petiae Mignon-" She miil.
ed again, but it was iadder than tears.
"This was in Jannary; I neer had su
other. . y after day .e to i here
he wou athe
of Otlan .You know
that was Johi's favorite, Annie--and
last night I dr"'it I heard . him hsia
ming it. Tea, hp Yop.ld eg;n slowly,
as if he felt what new dissppintmt
he was bringing; and just as -he reacsO
the gate he woold say, "S6er the,
is o etter to. ut I ka'or there wilt
be one to-rotrow -andpoorIt Tt
1wobld creep away s to, isro.tpe
and #f.Annida-Aan1e,Nm ass
make e*ery bdy. misrabte''s
he'arms tound 111 1eel sztd.
her icy oheek ktolanide. k de '
.ak -. ""
"It 'was this keyning; I sat hereb
my window, as %Wual, waiting &r hi;
yqt lnowing .Ie letter would oomud..w.I
Ash oro ' the stile ho wvqd'hi
haAd, t6d:my heht beat tfifek; t wKs
only a'MUs$ -lie stre one th (
it t ant"6101
thdg 'ss4 6 w, A.nir..
taink a opn. Jdd 'Her,;
owent Cb >f N 1U tinl*rd 1d(411 e-.
Mndet if ttj lFat ahdolph fg
im s',"dd.' I' *ohder if shes'W
*rWd nob% '-if At16 b0*W-tTdfiV
admired biat e I
loY)ior to fit Ly tl y weiQ
'ever was ; but Iai ol sad .ugly, worn
*thgief a watoirs ras.be
Jdhu, mar6idthdlete da .
t'r of Hery: Randolph. .
Jal,,iIeHli 'ibaidH, Bis ah
1|n*aiiballe s.pp ,s. ad,la ok
1nd-poud,of baer 4oblen i d. I
sheopt I Do.~ irondew'Ao,.to
fper Annioe. It. was- gaites.aa 'sUo
hiny to lote beauty, and deelA.w
Isat,L ;vsmunbat borw he.jo.k,li
together, $ut 4fore he wma Ag. Wel
went down throqli the
the brtdp i e .as se. P1eL
banon OI~ y.b,; he anJd
said.o 'Wait a uesent,'u
drew in his:hotee. see hile~s '
niel There'was afari dei(
into the tsfadtrsOi
liMng4his Emwn hair, tingA'..wash'$du
gold of the-etting - W Raint flush
on IAis'uheek,as oel a n
a "hlalf-smilin . - inCi'.kd
'thili hill. It itll-be' btk ful site
'ofur'liomq To thinV
Johit adI willne ave the sam
It* W4 6fir midnight. Juditak and I
leaned , '$ bf the upper windor, and
watchea e thoon setting pale ad calm
as m,$'ling's face over the tops of the
all.Lnibardy poplars. The wh* poor
wilt !&Atill crying sadly in the wood
ne-A,'and from the,garden below the
ni t e#ze came laden with thi same
o e fragrance ofjamine and hon.
e. We had tied up the'letters
q d them all in a package with
thae or golden hoop which -he ha'd
gve1 the miniature and the tiny
eurI44ft brown'hair. There it lay on
the edirectod to "Maj. John Holmes
-irjnWinchester Va." It wpold
each the bridegrqom jtfst ifter
e had iedied the farewell kioa upon the
lips of e.beautiful wife. Wouldle sigh
as he r'id nized the steady delicate,chai-.
actWro which had i oftei conveyed tq hime
*nduring faith and -love?
Wovu "o<pang of reget ingitle with
the tide of happiness floying around his
nev life as fie. remeth"bered thei sweet
faoe whicl; wa.goce liis guiding star,
and had l9o0d .kM op vainly' for his
return, growl'j.ier and p 'r with
"hopes deferr ps he came ot ad
now, ala I wo se nevero 1
Judish's heart -and mine had both
*skp4 these qUestiosW W ' oo0
answer--onl I .opnd. th "iw
bible marke hero and A #eAe I
py eras, a d earnest p d1hitike
1 he .41
grWu. et ield the
blefruits of tigiah ." I*as
. holdng the little book in my hand,
-d Ioging--oh, longing so 1-to see
oe tear frm hose'mourful eyes or A
tr&nulous gnOf aroiund tiose strangely
qUltt eeady lips. " "A'nything,' oh,
G "cried, "anything, be it never so
ri Ahd passionate rather than this cruel
he okba across the fields to the
oil. J4ae ihe and John used to sit and
jloaming, aid where, little
the wave 'the - lottera which
tn after he' left; -th6n .he
owu the road-"the' way-;hi
partiqg,"9 so handsomii antd
dn h* 'toes footed steed;then,
th4 patch ofsha0e where
shaM glimrned in the fading
t rAd her best-b4oved-her
8 only brother saved little Tom,
"i.ng under the 'cedar with the
ound in his noble breast. She
to ne-my darling did, and said
guld rather he were lying beside
jry, Annie, and when I watered
Ors on his grave I should feel he
Adh paseA and-daily I went
n the meadow to meet Ju.
we were wont to sit and
what had been--oh, no, that
ilp i4w.1-but of what was
o Heaven and eternity. Of
4,4WIsAq weaker, .
O ut no Wh'i -th 4 'id 0
to "Sister's 6 d dat '
Jj pdth*olG eeW bt: bath&
'e s9w r: that" hoi thodgJde h#
*udnova' go Ith efa 40y morty
,er~ $dn4a hike' pass the si4,end
.ndigoesiegser as thew1indow,, aAna she
.never sits there-to watch for lettgrs nbw
~uas the 'ressd ' Juno,.. a gadreus
.aemer.day. Judith -had.-:te n.so
'*eli, the heat seemed tooept ;-.
,Madiplayed with,the Jilaoo ,~wh
6the tmdow, qbe grewr /Mjp *t~
quiet smile jii4o T brought hU r'b.
liits to show hr and a groat tun h of
tuonthlf'ro 'tied 'itliii"olff i r i
tibboic The''o66h 'iw drip by
tbtopfn:t:iihdowp mid Oom vfhere 1to,
la 0,*i)b bor,hkod po ! W1e! hi -ied
A0 8he.Po# se the "rble shaft
amQ6. the oed n far dwn the
roa. :bhdA aii qui atin tor
a long gam, ledist i he *ifidifyj
white 1- it led away 'to.the niekloa
and the I6 and presd6yshe tu
ed her I es.uponme.
"I of John at night, An
nie," she said--I started, for ihe name
never paswed her lips now.
"Yea," she went on half whiepeting,
"I dreamed I was lying here just so, and
I-saw him coming up the road. He
wore a grey bat with a ribbon round it'
and was ridiog Maseppa. I, wonder if
he will ever come b%ck)r Anni6.-.
A horseman was just turning'iawthe
lane, and I answered qrkly thwi6
might not notice him, "I do not Ahlk
he will, Judith: yo6 know h ift=uarr
ed. now." .
A slight sWo her fae, but
it vanished, and she to p the Toe
atid looked earnestly at hsm. "Frail
flowers 1". she rmurarne4 "but, there is
One who changeth not,"
The horsebnan asne add ny
beatt leaped as theramp so ed sharp.
ly on the. stUl-jen1ng air. Judith
turned hertee suddenLi .Tiri wAi
familiar -musio in the- echoig boofk
which had long been silent I and a soft
glow stol.ii4deri palohk. "An'
ni, 4 sound6 like Masp's $e6 *hen
John dsed tdo0mne eery evning as
Ihis tinis.e It is likea drefur of t ose
old times, .e*e to retuwn Annie-,j
never to rethrb;"; and wIh f* h6at
sigh she closed her v.oes -am! ift drsim
"OARI, *tVe0" yoGP$ , ONi
Bat I ro0i softly and watched. 'hl
horseman came aearer-hie stop a the
gate, and in the fingeriog twilight I saw
him dismount :qickly. As the hoofs
ceased, Judith opened her eyes and ly9ok'
ed vacantly at Me; - ..
"What. does A. mean?" she gspedi
and rose t6 loolk out. -
Wheard a 'voice-how stratge it
seemed when we never 6tpectett to heat
it again I-a low# maly decided' voice,
say, "Whoa, Maseppa IL'-then a. step
coming up tha4OSdeP wN&, the heavy
spurs juNg amt 1b #oney and a
figure ato e doorV with a
hat and a ribbon tied atonl ik" I da
past In, the shadow, an* onTy Iid MN
darling murmur-as a sW66Wg arin estW
'fiaithIal still, John ?
And he-as he bout down and. gad
ipto the pale face of-his'idol, ans* red
."Still fqithfel, Judith. There is an.
other John -Holme, besdes yo4k own.
P'LEiAAp RsA3kDle 9 rUM Hat
zn TEnM,A gentleman who is engs
$ed in t.he telegrAphio e;podition In S8
beria 41*te's the folowing.ineident in i
lette:i io a friend in O610*nt41
-' with a xorsi wouian, of aboi
* two Year$ . ap, oh the giVai
k era . n the mnp
~yjV fatam of reuIe4ts ijthi
fifty verste an Q:lO day
11B, aslptioiv ip th stilbw, ani
o 'tie swhativer exqqpt t'hf
1; . 1 h8.'141 *orn', ding '
and in a tefpeatte4*4 degredt hli
er,or 75 d'egrees below '~esngp
evin~ to me 1t4 ste nreie no*~i~
thofight it an ' iat thing t
a , h.in efei
div wutii ravey
Antoog6,the mourUOkt fo the procs
sVnwhl ollowed,10 % 1 t 00C. Soa
to fe tls'rate., at .Wuashingchr on'th<
l1dnn4.y#*ere a authier ef ooni$poeI
lAor *bh ibeen seittm ,in th<
oag.oumeA i er fos
6f a years .
ness to whih qgl am~
'dannot be. properL a '1 f e &b
a _0 tobet np th
'languake. We thonght the reM6.e ;
of the portrpits of Govenor jmour
and Hon; IsAke464y 't.otWe Son
ate- chamber of.0onneetiout rw
N entomt1blo p ting soQu 11V9
done in that line ; but we wO r4ils
takahni.I t'e gallery of'Ahb Wet
Pint. Aosadny-, 'ere - pprtraits of
Araei,ca's *tAtestnei+-thai' j.wl j
her crown fame-amog. In
fine paint by arvis of .1i
Calhoun ' corrdapod't 'of
Ne'w York nmei safs tha,this par
trait has been removed Jifsoon*m
;portrait was thete, so w A W,44f1g4
ton's, but,the corr.ospon4ent do0P vott
say whether they have beet eimoved
or not. As tho, *ere bt Boh'thiert
met,' *d' thel''tesildhingli Wae btth -
adverse to the radical doctrinesof to
dty, it may be presumed they have,
,being unworthy! J ghpin the com.'
any Qf the martyred noln and the
Itto Joh' d h' Eht India
heithen tAhAte the bodie 'of their
dead ensmfW, and' 'spit . pon; Aqthm;
the h#Aher of the United $tates,
(usually o44 radIqals,' ,cannot re
venge thenslves isn; this manner upon
a*1Wn,"as le has been dead too long
they are forced to content them.
i'lves. with outraging his , pioture I
N'oble rad c4
'Hdw oGow LAxem tAfP0san.R1.
%apberti"sP, ii;the -fattened, just as ta
fatn, pork. If we half
feed.op wTA. e have a huge skeleton
afttilt; dibS meat. Pat them welil
a011epotk M a roll of June butter.
id ii mitb iaa be'ries. If we' desire
valaing, i'io berriee, .they'
jo oosiced, the m'oie bomplete
wifl be the satees.; Baspbny bushes'
cantot 'bear' large pldmp frWt *bbg
stadding in a r4m9-pl,< 6.up the
grai,., and., rc 6eer the ground, all"
arotnd the bushes. T they stand in
row qo that & hore-h* 'can be worked
behW'en tbe 'owel.si&'ify,lI Whe groUnd
Making the sutrm!6 at cleatf as nea
onton-be4. , Then ile soil'is ifot snfi.
eiient.ly ri,ti, .w h " le" the dirt
from' the-bshes, Alid Mnure liperally,
aad d6ver the manure' again vttlY mel
low "soil.. Boapsuds & :excelleut for
taspbbrry bushet, A barrel of,
Artei ith been throu$4i the dghtub' l
JW ani'e'4je lent gnditRyfi io'b#l 'staro.
f(r raybetr ,- -
T :AN.3ARK FOR P&0044.-A 'a
ener atTroye "havinj obbervedthak
evetf ody lvii*In the quarter of the'
t4wa 6oupied by tanners escaped the
*$lerir detormiqed to,try the virtue o
t4n,whien' plebting p'otatoes. For this
prpoW be 0,lced a ihveh' of tan it.
the tre4h it'det the ;e6d n . pift'df
th.fek , pedthe'rndide"'
the ordnar*ay ' ON di n 'oifthe
potatoes he bund that tho V1ich v4te
plateJ near the tan' were perfectly
soind, while the others were di'eased;
fe found further, that pbt4toes were
imprerved in winter by sproading tan on
te floor of the st'ore-hoioer."
A comminica0o $ lot ""ber ef
the jonui-n'es1givy p 0 to ra
move guapowder mnars 'frn aI flesh'.
The scorched surface should be sniftwd'
with 4ygehwe by ie" "of 'w, feathdt t
entoai'ddingehoudtlhen 'W opphea
ant it efered with oil' dRh. in' one
otee WJIre the dieoolotatio* was "very4
grathe' person looking nows 'like a
inqm th&e'ehumarn being if w bjeri
tirely rernoved i about a moik hb~ ;te
course' of trei7tineat.' - '~ 'C
* Ths wheat lha es i otty we -
ithis county. 'h. fie , o
w>, means an' te'hgb one, lb still
Thbre *Ye but' little grain soVm last fafl~
- cracity and' high pricq~ plabor,
irjns, howeever, -very good-.-large andt
sp fine. coiisidering high pridesysardhf
thave doevery creitiblv. F'Jor