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Oneo of the mlost bnotorin handits in ii
ly is ulisepp.e Aloiie, a/;as Josepl tor.
row, formerlyi a N' w York rowdy. lie a
tended Yale College for iwo ycars, and has
aro '-e an iiinme of some of the New
t tle 3 st or O.tober' text, it will bw
* A hundred atnd fifty years sinvo Luther
ed the niney-five 1TheS on the door of
Castle Cuh iiiat Witt enbiliug. It will
.torlinigly coin mplote t le sevenilh .11ubilee of
tih leIeformation, whichl historically d.tes
from tIhat a111to.
Driving taitdem is describetd Ili he di'jvitig
of two or inoro horsos onio aheal of tle
othr. it. is i Iaiu word whihI irealn: "t
lengt,'' and ha)s a fiar-fetlche aiIppl icati'on.
Now, the horso fairs lIiiv a now ' en whieb
is ric-dm," as applicblde Io three horees.
This torm is von nmore forced (hin (tie oth
.ho Now Orleans DulkeNn reiuarks that.
"if in pilace of enouring thll ile Iimmii igr'a
tion of Coolinm, we conl enciourage tle ll
anigration of a himired lIohoisndml looms td
srinidles, ve would impoit moro value to our
crop before it left Ith ocunity than if we in
oreased tho crop itself by additioiial p'odnC
Tile Ocrman residen(s in Chinat, have sent
Count llir3inark a tesiti iimnial in fihe shape
of a silver goblet, fiva p1ou8d in weAoght,
and Ilicukly gilt on (ihe inide. On I he cover
Is a bust. of ie Minialer, nid on ho fool of'
th goblet mar tho armr, of Generais Mi
lloon, Moli ke, 1er1cwarib Von Uvit(enfiel,
Vogol Von l"lknslCiin, and SXtinm11etz.
iere ren three lhoumant X hi n im
an'ld sixty-four k nown l:ages now u Sed
in (lie world. Of (Ihse, n1,11iC line ilhn.- aind
thirly-seven are Asiatlic; five hundrli an-]
CightIy-soveni are EiIrolelil ; wo hundrl
and sevenly-six Africin, and one thousand
six htindred anwl I weily -*fur A mecrian 1n.
guages 11id dialects.
11. took seven day'; aInd -even ni)htis In
enibalin .laximilan. The oieralion was
1,crforniel by Iis. I gnaucio tivalwa irm[ia ill
Vi.aiitv Lieente. le vielim ha Leon lierc
ri (my balbs I Iuigh (le (thoi'rIx aind alAlonivli
and it ient',necessry o lseI tie l',yp ian
m11u1liod of .i baliii nig him amid a piartial in.
In the fall we are prois!-ed at comlpleto
I raislation of the tlile. by Joleph Smiith,
the Mormon milart yr. The manurorii . has
been for inny ye.ar inl t(le ous f his son
andl sucesosor, anid (ihi pitl es ar alrea Idy3
being Ien'rlypid. The word '-hitize,
it, is il, will he reiitiiied, wih the under
ltningll thatt i me:11Is toirse.
The Keiennalo f aciory, in course iof
CrOct ion 11nr 'Tlust:loosni, AlI., Will be tile
larget' stemn collon mill in ho atato, he.
ing ahotti two hundred mid fory ret in
leugit h, by on11 hnihd., ed and twenty feel, in
-widlth. ts co'nstI'ercIti is I tic 1,4e tle
m)ost aPporove'1 plain of English mill.s-arind
alI tho nachinery for splnning and weaving
waslm rs mmd abm iroad.
A short thim siueo, 0some Iaboi'or.i diggiii
in a 1li1. nexr oi mngla1, 11lehuil, ti:w'mvere'l
two chaplets or cirels of he:l, cafll,I,
from their shalpe, iunct tes, aind if of Lir(im.
.ioa1 origin, beliongel0 to a Ca1s of' ornla"
lieonts worn only by fihim high p'its n1 iime.
Oasioins of great solentiiily. T'he ornamlieunts
weighcl ibout eighti I oun iie:, aid are of tho
The reporl. of a sirvey of a railrmid le
ti~ween N ashviille ati IKnox vilte hans juist beeni
pujmblishemt ini detail. Thoprlieemjmuit liine is
ono lhun dred ana ineyii 3 mitle's ln n,2 andi
runs on ai nianal roun (0nlong the wesItern
elope of' (ho (Uminhorlanid Mlounii ns. Th le
cathnat o (f (lie totail cosi. of' constriuuction is
$6,2-10,811, whichl is :3:m,7-l I per~ mile. 'Thle
dle'pest. gradoe is ninetmy feet..
Thle I irritory prhposed will be' appropnin
TJ.hat p1ort(ionoif it, comprotimilu thi ~Ile North,.
west ern sectioni of1 T1exasni, is out ill' (3romi
thie residue of Ithe Stato0 by what, is called
Sta'ke lins, a sandlly w.i sto . 'Ilhis pmar'. of
the Stato, it', ind! oil, it. shul 1:0 niecesn.
.-b osc Iimeiis, can holi pirocurted foir ai comparai'.
tive' tr'ill. II is esiitmile ((mt (h holnne
ex pense' of Ithei planii ofi enin~ig forever mmuir
Iinianii dilli ullIi's, ill1 nomt exeedu (ho rost(
of carrin..'ig on (lie present iquasi warfariie f'or
a single yearii.
Th'le hiconia (N. IH.) D)anor'al 21ays thereii.
ore t wo hunmidred andi sixty-seven islands ii'
'(make WVinnipiseogeem, t hough (ilho numl'1mri
generaltily placemdii at .ree hunndrednd l ix
ty-live, (ono for erye~ daiy in (lie yearmi. One
of thiie ooina in m re thaiin 31 on thoui:ui i
noros ; IWo mnoreo than 1 lvo hudredm ario ;
m~or'e than Ion nories, andlm I wo hinudred and
twenly-'six loss (han to acrmies. Theii dii
tantoo arounid thle lake is one hiundred and
olgghty -two andi one-qularier cm'ilers.
Thoi Unit ed StCtes 0G1overmnont11 pnid out,
in (he year' 180 1, $S,000),000 for (lie uip
port of our Westoi'i milita'ry' posts. and in
the yoar following the aoount was lnciens-.
odl to St7,000.,000. According to preset'i
ecstimales (lie expensres of the0 pasut y'ear wil
~'rach the sont of 815 t0.000),000. Tlhis w-ill
d~oubless~ si-lae mainy, (mlr (hero are but
fewI who have.' giseon attenttion to lie subiject
of an Iindian warii. Pomliticins aro (ia:inig
Iouidy foir "eox(en rmitIin,"i anil Ilie burini
*of taxation hus being latid rt ill heaniemr on thme
pooplo I hro'ugh thie i effortsm.
The Stato Pr'isoin at 'oncord'm, N. II., is
evid.enitly' the flmon's para'dise. Wituons~s thme
*following pailrtiular ieconitly broughIt to
lighI bmy on Investigating coumimitee of (lie
New lla.mnpshiro' Legislature, it. appecars
fr'om theIr report Va:t- one0 of (ho priisoniers,
D~elany, was allowedl to keep (lhroo horsesm in
(lie stalemm and allowedt tm go out. to gurry'3
I hem. IIlh wife waso5 it.here, anid she andim
Jior hunsbandrm were allowmed Io ocOuply the
parlorbti cuh~hamei'," (lie hest 'ri in tlmm
hnouse. - Anotherl~l.pisoner wan's detaileod to
cut the Wardeni's hay in a nilghiboring
townf, ands t wwo'nian whim had boen convicted
of ii mleir. wais nltowedm (o get out on ((no
* aui'reets of Ouncord 10o get her t eeth ''filed I''
'Tun Nisnno.r ANsr (inors .Thie Alkt'
Press hiu.um been favored. viIh thme Mlowing
, Ox~tiOIti'romia rl'yiito letter lo a friemd. re.
* '~latIn'g to orops antd polb~dcil, ofl (haut puart of
Ilarnwrell Dlshtdet lyIng near Sav.annauh ltiv.
iihere seemsu to bo a sIrong '.radjil fu'
r0t' tnni, t the colored yeoitanry (?) in fj
h is ,etion : bilt fuirther downII ona lite river,
I It tor the title is turning inl favor of the
Deloeocrats. I, too, Shall Vote "n1o conver,
iol." if I don't chaling grittly in Ily views
this fall. Our agricul tuoral primpects are so
u hbOt t'er t b-All t ltey woro Ilsi yecar, th at (1.
wo aro till qplite ju'ibilaitl at the itiea of mnak
ig fuir corn criops. This crop is genierally 1
Very g6odl ; 1on git o healyenl un , 1full ot' C
frtit, brit the s tlks snliil for ti seson. i
Iii nitinun.4 J.tor.ho will next year utail
coisiderbnly the hild planted in cotton lis 81
year, tan boy fl wer hinds Itlil less qittanti- i
t -es o tuf coirercial uantires, tos or v. i ichi
memn, sinlce the war, to be (if little value ."
WINNSBORO, S. 0, a
Wednesday Morning. Aug. 14, 1007.
IVSorhiies, 11ian111s & Co., Pro'ps. d
TiIREE OLt.Ans8 per year : TWO DOLI.ARS
ror s'i iiiuuitti ()j; ON 1)O lli1lt for thfree ionhil;
lpartale lit"re h-k ' Siingle copie140 Teln Umllt.
Orr Tl:io p-a'lwr winl henbscmntuin Ied onl lte ex,al
r i t in tr' ine e( r whilh Initnr-nt tih s tieti nioi -
Suil.,rriN vrs whoIl i it n ross mwark on thlt wrapper or ,
r itio h -r lI r, will iimkr.tioti (ailitt thelano SI
b ' in - pirvil.
ADvllItli 1S1 It.\'TIN.--otc Dolltr por mijtliru
'rr Vil fir-l, :0 o1 .-b veo l t v lit s '.r <-rh tirm- i
Imn IX- Sha i. A 11 4eareco sistsi efthli, spairel ccu lw:I- l
i-Li'- by I elvi. lit os oil'l z t ye. it itie i
Cl.l Vi ATE'S -. 10 reIples1 (1n11 yvnt Twi Illy-five U
l'h-Har.-. All vatr.a elopy to h' 'rtin m si:ki'm, Ilit', he
club. nP.-r thl-- I -t J1utitary, 1117.
r-a I t Ou- lilt it i i ii-,jl ith . i v k-i:,i:- Ohw
cl!".. s w lv 1.4 y n1411v e 111 tO l 411 nes lit thIwl .ra e.c
It ,- W e, wish; it ili,tinict'y tliider~stw.a1 th"t oir -
Vflin o*r rlecriliti'ani, nhertntiAl j-lb vicr rN t
A di veriisi: iniad Job Work nist A
e paid I'mr in caish. O2 We wish et
this disiinctly understood.J
11 cti remnlit.
Thew u.'diorial connection of thleun
(Ieid; i ith hI e Nw s and t;I (1 .11. 1, 1b 1- X
cIo:,es w itIt this issue. It has all
alng been t i a litt one, t aredTC onl- ai,
I1y by the orm!-tion. of havint g dis.
clanr.ed it. even t a1 mwul erate,to :say le
nothu1 g1 (f a full. d , of le:ule el
itnu i al reVp n01iili iI \\~ .l:l
thlpri ac beilig the (a to
has beeni wve!a fromlin rn di. vae "
--(il lC ( .ti .) Wiil t (i tla
--Onl ;Ceon1t, 44 wlh thi; (Ilk coemuction
T" lute asoites inl ti conlnet of ,
t jto lpr, th lie ;L wishes are giv- I
il. 'iMay prosperity attnd ill their .P)
frviends mlil pat(rons. And maliy Ohe c"
li;.lt ot mtheir kind aind able con tempo. *o
rarie6o';never go outl inl adversity. a
The fAolownhtg isan extract from 0
(iei-al Order No. It, 'ilihtary Post 1
t'.lu~in1,1 I1TiteT--IST. 'ltrC IC T.
Witibboro,.... ........ W. Duval,
..........Fames M. . Daly.
t atideit's (I rovc$,O
Feasorvlla.. ....Thmais Jordan.
.Alonitice11 llo.........S. I . . Lumipk in, h'
Alston ...... .... .lhn S. Dottglass, ti
Ki;liswo0rih. i.t -.ichrd~ Cabeen. t;
iD.ko,.... ... ....Dan'i lB. Kirkland. 1
1en nmditto by tile rsoio boar1(ttIds
fori thei:ir Se;MIins.
iliard No. 1, J1. M. 1)aly, Chair
Yonue-vilie---201th :and 2sot inst.l
Gldden's (. arovo-33rd an 4t
Roar~id No. 2, 1). .1. Kirk land,
~ilont icello--19thi, 201th and 21st "
kJeastorvilio-22nd, 33rd and 21tkh P
fiard No. 3, Thomas Jor'dan,
IDurhamn's-I5th, 10(t~h and 1 7th
IDoko ---l9th, 20th andu 21sit inst.
. geay--22d .23rd andt 24lth
A s this whtole subject is onie of' ,
pt aamoit int erest, anid it is presum-t i
edi much el suured in the 131indo of the
ite.'pli , biy enllesa d isputtes antd collis.. d
ions ofestene~iht 0on,C we ill endat - 4i~ I
tor itn tour netxt to ma~:ke it- as inteilli-i
bile ats we cant by tho aid of several ta
"comptlim tenihtary'' tortderis from ur lS y
cent ly been addressed to our oieo. t1
. 1District (Jourt., at
Th'lis Couirt t ermtinated its third
Sess5ion~ on b'ritay last..a
lT)hlelndet of thet Court thr11ough- jun
ct.it, was uttes admilinirablec and is ent i- h1
lTough t ho great majl~ority of thto *
Lnses involved i'roodmen01, we defy
thle mtost wanlton) radiic-al maliignlity
Il discernt in thme p)rococdings the er
slighteLst discrim (inatioln or prediile
tion injurious to themI. There was l'o
the sam.te entergy and inteI rest, on the il'
par~ otf thle Counsel attd the samio I
piartiaility andl strictntess inl aditis
toring law without regard to color,w
on1 thet palr. of thel presiding Judgo tm
anti the jury, as8 if thoro nover had boon b<
pol itical ti isti notions, while theton a t
tences of tihe Cout wore ini soveral li"
inmstanc~es sensibly temupered by a hu-. A
mano conidaltiion for the ignoranuco m
of colored offenders. c<
We note this, and with plonsure toc,m
tts the prevatiling spirit of thi3 Conrt, "
IVh.-re1 he-retoforo mlattttors in wiviih
ainly been adjudicatel.
Thotigli not so designed, we ,:cc in it
signifloancy beyond the mror inter
t of ii'lividual case.:. When ap.
nlI can 1) In.le by clrl Ineln for
dreCs oft grievantccC.L, to th( U(Larts of
n country anl are ri)oiUtile" to with
h strict adhereneo to law aid jius
('0, vurelly tLiy s well ai iur radi
I en1"Iemies ('cainnot fail to diSecin inl
a fiull :kid fre! re4!", ition of tlieir
gal aml iiolitical .rtat us amd a giuaran
e for tIcir p ei 11:t ion.
In o e=iience to General Siokle:t nr
r, the jury list for the ensuaing terim
ats drawn front "assessed" t ax-puy
s, whito tnd black.
Inoidont in tho Court Ho o.
On Wednesday last d urin! th se
rn of the itrict Court, oeasiiMon
-ose to call to the ,Aimal to give cvi
mi(ee in an i ll por tanit case, a little
ilored boy of a pparently ahut ton
m1 years of' n!e. (bject ion beiaY
ade by th o ittiioun1 to the
U0mtlpeteley of a wine.: ;o you ,
e little boy was .-ollod up 1,y his
onor, tle J1 udlg, an1d ostion .
ft1er two or three qiestioi.s wer '1, N.
I bim, he was finally asked by the
Alge "Whtat is truth *V 1is hi.
ant reply was, "'Th Lord' sayin.
In :ecorldalcle with 1:1., prolise, I will on
avor to give you some acouni er I he!
iinese henir. I) -ing neithe-r foirmer nor
Ianisit and having never (! 1:yk
Ige) seen hemip groinhlv i a China , I
kiml no0 orig:inablly inl wh111wit,"n.
's imlued i. can c!zii it, oni Lhe grotunld
havinjig lh-lLhni he anhiance itr
tatl re-liablo, wotl h v writ tell "ll
im to Mhe intirls witin my re:,eh.
y itfoti onilu idr ile from arti los
!ich have nppeared in the (4. se
Jioryi/, ai valuairl.l in thlw.i eh was.lc
itldished inl Clina11, from Miayu- I 3'L, to 0e.
"Iber IM'l nchilsive. I deeml it Liut an1 at
ijustiee I %9iy, i hit I have ied conihh-r
>13 file Words of thoeO who have wr'llen
r (his periodical. I have fiv t)y
und in papers inl Aml-rien, miitscon-i
ruing Chin.la, I ha<:e, hiwese, itee I. h
g in t he art ioul of (lite .1/. re/c7 uneeun tug
.e Cliines'heimtp, at varianco with 1 what I
kve sCO inl the C/,im.'.Ye / .ry.
the Chinese have variiits I.Iis of himnp,
as it is ealled by Ilihm .'n. 'l is (lw
Wih, the i, the IV ai iho Ol->. Soie
riters speak of thn IIt s/ :i'/ /mh, as anot ber
triety, blit with rog.id to thii, (here i a
Iforence of ojpiniion. Thel Libtres of ihese
lIuS are used in Weaving ifer'nt kiis
Olrass cloth e iul by he Chio nsIft e ptrI,
81t liel' elo 11.
The pdant ur//A nhara to whieb nitnttion
ks been called in t1h -i een" to Ie
to first namned, variet.y. natwely, thilt,/
11a. I ay beore your reLier -ia infor
alion concuerning tie ma1nin'er of ;I ei
vationi, though I ilink it probab1le tha
halt iim1y be sid of* lth en1ivalion A ", ono
triety, o w a couiide-rab'le exclt is truet :
'The hieiip is sonatim ria inal fr om ee
ut someitIimetrom th~ le irm oi the phiti.
'The seedts arei- galhered by wlomteni(1 ail
illdren under the in pect .aitn tof ian .t
ani, ant haing~t biren carefully selecLedi ar
IL up~ in jurs or lishe~iis anid kept i'ea'ly
Vr use. llavingen est unte iiil i -pr'nt,
tcy areOWi Lwatered ti a nd ket mooi.4t and timsii
-e prepared] fir thle lield. A wi iter'. h
'er, anysVi, that cingt! lie see-l iio liprntf
done when ihio s 'ed' isi to esowe'ii n dt;;.-:
lien ihe'teed is toi be .,w~ed ?o.-< ' /, it i1
The seed shouldI be gatIhieredi oni lthe tap
'onhi otf frost, I hotsei fromt a recmnt planit
Inog thle betr. iSomoi say Imta thie jar ori
skel in wvhich the iseidi arel stowed a wny
onld( be mixed'ci withI saond or dr'y carth -i
hers say, iit shioiuld be muixed whhi miioist
r hi. Thue jar' is hlien coveried w ith sitrawII
uroeett ihe seodla friom thle cold ; for if'
posed to its influence, they yielit anl im
rfect plan t. hRefore 1lilant iig, t he teeds i
e t ested by immerlisioni ini Wite ; itho:;
hiehcl floait being r'ejected, those iwhicth sink
The seed is to bei towedi~ in May, in n i.
'nt 0Io l nea al stam or' well. Thei can ii
ig over 0nce or' twice (sotte sa~y iier//
iin/hi'l) anid formdin to 1.1 bedls hlft a foot
de andt fOUr' feet long, 01' ini thiis piroplr
:t oatr this, it is dug agtini, then elight
heaped uap with tiIlhack lf a siiadilr
thi thle foot On thle ntight afteor, I he bedls
0 wateredl and in' tho morning aflter lhe
i'tlhis slight!vly turnd up wiith n rako
t (lien levelled n nin with th e ra1ke.
-cr this, one-h1alfIi pin of ni&tI earthI anit
e-tliIh pint of' seedi nyeil Si mixdtgethert.
is miix~tre wilt siiwi six 0or seven be/1.
igo fromi whiat I hIve rend, I hat t'owing
e seed~ts brioadca~,st is in1r OCommhlion thian in
'/1*. All Ithe coviering that is necessary
lweepinIg w ithI a br1oomn. One ,witerm says
is unnelOcssary lo cover' the' seed, for iL'
rered they will not grow. ILt is li kely thle
,aninig is, thicy shtould nout be hm'er'i/y :-ov
Afr'amneworkX is made ever' the heu'1< about
Ir feet high, ang the frameinwork, mas
a spit to protect lie s'eit from'a th~e
at., WithI li the dvance of the hot lit on1.
a maot Is covere 'I wii a thlick layer of
'aiw; if thlis is notE done, i he young sh oots
mId bo destroyed by tohe bat. Ifre
e plants germninafo. or when the shoots
gin to appoar', it is not necesstary ftat
ey shiotuld bo waitered. The bma'tting,
wor, must, bo kept. moist by day; it Is
mtimesio. wet by a broom dlipped inl waler.
night and otondy wveathier, the mat ing
Lust be romovedt that thie plants might ro
lve the dow, As soon as thle ilantas ger-~
nate, if any weeds~ nro disicovered they
it.t bo immaediately reove~wd. Whent the
tt in two incihe~s high, atho iover'ing i pio
i if at any li'u , Ihe car th is a littie dry,
t can be watered blightly, to tho dopth of
ar o Inches.
I Noro bring lmy remarks to a closo, and
I(UPA C'old oot this subject in your paper.
\.in c loing, I would mention that wo
av *r ourl itnlo, (iV he survived the war)
citizen, wh'J, I think, Can give all ieeded
liforlation on tis sibject. lie is not
"ory fond of us:n1g the penI, but ho is posses
1ed of con-iderable ngricultural iitorun
lion. I refer to Dr. Morrow, it nativo of'
Mlbbvillo Distriet. I had tho pleasiuro of
nakig hio euiacin:1nce in China lie
Aent out as aigieulturit in t(ho' Japanl ex.
)v(i10on, in-.lor C'iaiolo Perry, aind
ri'hered ieed' roil f:uning imloemis
which wirli..-ogt to this ounitry and de
posited in W:10hinlgton. f 1 h1:0 hhln ait
Inly side. I wou l have :1 very viltullle its-I
Yours tuly. 1. \'. Wat.l:s.
Thouiiih t 1 . 0 " in the nt of firm.
ing. I velatir to .nd' 3 oil a line upon) ag
riculiural mittr'i i ,o t - I hat, it' I eannot
in!.struel, I :a a~t let. :Au older farm.
OrS to jivo nW, hru:yorco'.mns , 11he
bniitiL ot tirl xri no. ih necessity
A lof i 11new '-. in p ' i 4 i tzo imp1!erative
hat it I : 'l t. c0oprhend hoi The farm
,,rs o", orn-. !1*Al:ci :md : n haty", ro long
withstood Lin . :t have dnlie so ,
ill spite (,f 1he11" h i!!, of a:iulu a
uried!d :.n. e-;- .: av o mged tiis
sulbject up-:n1 I heox, :an 1 ha~ve diisregardedi
even Lh innin dem -tat ion of facts,
'lruawn bv 1h 1i:h y inir of IMtiure o111011
th'e gunm: : 1: Tni ItIIh earth. Year af
er vyear, have thIey h) n' coient to pread
overi innanl i tr:i Il I liialttre which
hy coi, I not pai.v:at cL eieing in the Ia
bbus of theii h.un-stik, and rather to get
tid ft ' it, Ihall witih any vie',w to isi "provin"'g
hbnaticia to thir' crop. Now each spot in
tihl hugo ti iip n which i lold of Comn
jiosl is deptnit L. pqr<ualtoy to aipplying it
in homei erpii' ih : it th faiitilg soil,
teaces a L hich lI-L. who runi1.s maly
read, in tico I re eri-cl, vigi'ols corn or
slu-dy brI:.l othived o fti, standill
lil a gian1t anlui'n its pony follows.
Wul linot. that min b-! rerded at fool whio,
to gail 'nf hui e1 dllar'., would walk
t wo iil,. . h b i wh'he would
:'.in two huniiidral Yet how 111any of Its
phiint on huidld acrs to imake that whic
Itweny-liyuv should and 'voul prooduce. and
that toc ai itin'a ex 1nse for labor, foid
ftr"l ckto and- ovory Il hing v1aale t1o
Iho ftirr :::w Orit universal ruin and
poverly pre. -c'u !- h:Aii upcii each one of
u1:, it 1is te pecin!"ly 'ineutulikn2 ulpon the farl
r Ir o lu y withI exne ttent ionl 1 hie bai'
nem o hie 9. ad ".1,14ppy by., incani ofr
intelligenttt :al.1ti : h 1an ry thfe lack
of t ie 1la.l i i i I ev f tvm which our for,
mer iopilcitiiy w dived. Pratlically, tl'
days of extIenive yhIhions and unwieldly
farms are over, it) if' wo conttiu to be
1 1 iin'i.l people, Wo ii1ii:t e(lelentrato
tely upon Simiall avonl Lvery resource
at comiin'al. De) al hoLrough plowing,
heavy lii Iin-ing, Ohe use of ialproved and
h~lao .L.i iil pb:In , con-tilute brioily
I th- ellem oflu u m f41r:ning, An
c t r E ''i w hib h iii not be o.:iitted, is
Ilie ca ': preservation of everything about
the pIr'iii I ei ci P f bii e %)I* ing mazo a fierti
lim-'L'. e u allyh': , a cd to wat e. It. i4
incre 1 Iint who lia never prctiised
tiintint eco0u.ii In ith amouniiit, ofi theii
v~L mient ofi a' fewv i.li dall in a thoroulgh
ini bette- i'oport ion I lin anlything' of' whiich
iunni1i.tL~n is bitter' than no fertilistatin oft
iie ortaxed noril, hint how muoch bette r and
cheiape-r w;ouil it rie to prk(oeed intelligenitly3
to) nipLy every in.1 I fi oiii lands, by first
oudyin~ what. thiose needs mny lbe. W~hat I
'iichily desir'e, i.4 to see a revival of' the
le:irtiiell .gvricuilt uiaI tSociety. To thiis it
m013 a' be jeceled that01 the pople ar'e too
poorl to center' upon siuch ai sch'lemoe; but, to
me0 it seemsii espeia~lly, de'siirable, sinco we
are all poor1, and1( need mioro than ever be
fore, thie benet'it, of ai fiec inter'chiango of
oipinio11 nI )d e~peienlce. Of courso in its
il.ciplioucyt, it. wtiil li b tm. a imodc st imit at ion
o1' its formerl e'Iicienit and~ pr'9osorou sel;,
but, as lie piilic min d gra-diially adapts
colt' to the r10w cyst em or taringlits
Sti olyV J-1. us e-schiew thle I'l i lless andl
andi heartr:ie'ka-ni: g ytty i of~' 1 patieLi Ls anid
d:.'vote en'ry', ene: ;y to Lithe.~)' r &oc/ruefo of
Oil ur iiii exhu te fim. ralt her thani to the ie.
bli of K the0 wi'c'edi andii thiatter'ed shtip
if State', wheire 00ur Inhiors are di'rtitied
iiil dicplsedl. If ievery ntii who owns but a
gidenIci spot1 wn'Ld devote-''il hmself to its
barre'tn hiiila whiieb eve'ry whervo meet, the
riasses ori re(jicei inl nole crop's, while our1
whiolo St ate, strenigthi'ied b hy theo sttiudy
induiltry oi' bor' sos, wouild laulgh and sing
inl glorious puros-ei ity. I).
A bo:C of' clot ling fori clhariitable distrihbn
|ion was reocently consigned to meo by Mr's.
hinm and hor f'rienuds, of Columbus, Ohio.
I feel t hat thiis genoro us and timecly onl'eir.
ing, to the imlteinfg poor ini our1 midst, como
ing as it. does fr'om 1l1rangers to us and un.
solicit ed, des erves more th an a private ao
Fromi flfteen to twenty fatuilies hhvtie
hairedi their bounty, wthuo are dhoubly rocw
i irded ; 1y de t1o.cartfelt ~giiudo of'
hela widowy atild orp~hain, whose anxious
beartis have been comforted andi whose
huomtes have bebn gladdoned by seasonable
'elief'; aid tho approbat ion of Ilima whao
identitles himself with ids poor, ail de
:-lares: "I as g oked and yo ohthedl me.
[nasmucho as ye have done it. unto these, ye
hiavo done it untto me."
lIn addeition l'o the henoflt confecrred upon
ho nood',, shioid not these gratuitous ex.
pression1s of sylapathy and kindness, on the
part of Nortlkern fra'iends, awaken corres.
poniding fenlng of' good-will in uts ?
grant and refreshiing breezes of brotherly
kindness, whio'i are Eo often wafted to us
rroii a region whence we are expecting, too
mtuch, only the chilling winds. and stormy
blasts of alienation and strife.
May tio blessing of God rest upon (hose
whito are kindly disposed to befriend ts in
our hoed, and a union of hearts, thus
orcngthen and establisih the bonds of na
tional Union. 0. R. B.
CnIOUS FEAR OF A S0ltNAMRU lT.-A
somewhat singular freak of a sonnambu
list. has just been related to us. A gentle
nan living in the Sevenutlt Ward one morn
ing tmisse-l n qiantity of money. which ie
l- t in a drawer, and, although stt search
was inado, no clue to the missing cash could
b)e fund Tihi money was taken from a
hIawor which was kept. locked, and the key
im the gttletman's pocket. Tito draw had
Ien opented atId th Itaoney taken out, the
lrawer locked and thi key reittried to the
entlehmnn's pocket. Tito al'air was involv
'd in mtystery, which was not, removed tie
text day, wheint a set. of silver spoons were
ui:tiied. The servants were sug"ectoed of
lie theft, and .s a knowledge that, the arti
les; had been tnissed had been kept fromt
them, it was determined to keep a watch
I he tnext night, and fasten the guilt upon
whoevee should be caught. All about. the
house remained quiet, until about t wo o'clock
w heln a stir was heard. Tiho person whto
was oil the wiateh peered cautiously through
lie h:ll fruin IIInou camte tie sounds of
fooistps, atd saw approaching tle gentle
titan ot' the house. l10 went to tto cup
boail withI a steolthi y step, look therefromt a1
itntity of silver plato, and started for lie
back yard, closely twltowed by file watch
Iiim wt at. once suspected the tIuth of
hle c.e. The slecp-walker proceded Calu
tiously to file woodshed, atid covered tie
plate carefully in a barrel of ashos and
stiarted back to his house. lie was awoke,
however, by (lie watchitian, and appeared
greally bewilhlered at. fitding himself in
that place. Tito matter was explained to
hinm, iam1l search was at once instituted
among Ih o sites for the imtissing property.
The search was happily rewarded by the
discovery of the silver plato, spoons aid
greenbacks, safely scoreted among the ash
es, where they had been deposited by the
gentleinan, who had been uneonsionsly guil
ty of robbing himself. This experience
inay result in t)ho cure of this gentleaittn
front his habit of sleep -walking,-Miltratkie
( eontu.N a ltnme'r l. F% Lun.-The follow
ing extract is taken I'romn an interesting
letter written by a lady in Liberty, Bed -
ford coutiy, virginia, to a frietid inl this
"tileneral Leo accompanied by his daugh
ler, Miss Mildlred, stopped here for a night.
on his Iwity to the White Sulphur. While
here I he General's old otlicers proposed giv
tig hini an entertaimnnut in tihe shapo of
a dinner or supper, but he declined all pub
lic demonstrations. As ho rode throtigh
the village on his departuro the citizens as
emled, and whilo he was passing along
lie streets every man raised his hat. and
:tAol with bowed head. The General also
raised his hat, and this silent tribute of ite
people to their f'avoritre General was indeed
beatitiful. A gentleman riding with the
Glener:al at i Ih0 tlime says 'hat he felt like
weeping, it being such a solemn tribute of
respect.-so sile-t and sad-not a voice was
raised-'twas le heartfelt love of a con,
qluered people for a beloved hero."-Alex
andria ( I'.) Gazette.
T11ri 1Ro n 1)11-)t.Ilns vs. Ti POr'LE.-The
thirty mIllions or people- in tile United
States who dto not hold government bonds
were obliged by law to accept legal-tender
grecnback notes for all their debts and ob
ligations, even if payments were stipulated
to bo in gol 1! Teit threechundred thousand
bondholders who lent the greenbacks to the
governimient, have no cause to complain if
they are paid oil' in the same currency they
lent. and if their debts are liquidated in the
saon manner that other debts are I Is a
bondholder's debt more saored than a debt
for flour or other necessaies of life, which
can lie discharged by greenibacks? If the
bholhlor' is paid in thle latter he will be
helter otlf lion other people, for lie will get
lie samne currency hto gave, while the most
of the public obtained. a paper liquidat ion
for a gold debt. if a greenback can extin
guish an obligat ion created in gold, shall it,
ntier he potent to dlischiargo one that was
created in greenbacks? -Cincinnati Enguir.
Dii. Maluv WVt-tun ANn OSN LSF.--The
Paris correspondentt. of the CincInnati -
qhhirer' tells what Mr's. l)r. Matry Watlkor (lid
on finin~iig a bust of (len. Leo in the Ameri
cnn D~epar'tmont of the Exposition. "11er
lit tle eyes flashed, her thin nose cotntract ed1
with indignation, her little lips quiverced.
'llow dares one,' shrieked the femtiinino Mf.
1)., 'howv dares one to exhtihit that?' With
his shte tore oil'i lhe label, atid with her
pretty foot-for there is mouch of 'a Womant
about her - -stamtped it on the floor. And
the erowd marveled saying, Whteo--u I '\re
yon not afraid of inisilting some oneo?' mnod
estly askedi somte lady. 'Insult somebody I
insult someubodly I' said sheo 'I consider t hat
ani insult. to thte world l' Anid then going
away, the ehamiipion of thie inusulted world
wisperecd into the ear of the lady : "If any
1body 'asks you who dlid i, tell 'emn it was
"AsoTHER REL:t. OUyRAc."-An eye
doctor, so-called, hnmed*Webb, who has
been lying nbmout, RandoiprI for Borne time,
orgamam,.ig Union Leagues, and doing such
other dirty work as came ini his way, being
read~y to leave for othier ilds of labor, yes.
terday got dr'imk, andl, showing letters from
llrowvnlowv and othler, boasting of having
beetn employed 'as a spy upon those wvho
hiad tolerated his pro'sence atmonig thorn, de..
nounced the pecople as 'rebels" worthy of
dleath and dlamtnationi, and exhauistedl the
vocabulairy of abuse and profanity general
ly. All this was boron, not patiently, but,
from a sense of 'dutty. Buit "there is a
poinit at which forbearanceoceases to be a
vir'tute," and-when hto oursed the women of
IbIo coimnilt.y in which lie had been per.
mit ted to live as a set of w-s, that point,
wvas passed, anid a shower of missiles of a
miscellaneous chairacter followed him on
his, tretr'eat. Unfor'tunately, lie .was not
soritusly p~unilshedJ. Wo shall soon have
his report of a "rebel out rage on a loyal
man" in all ths~ Radical paper.-Selmaa Mles
sengecr;' 1st inst.
Ornn Foov InP.As..-A coniveption of thme
"UnIon piarly" of Orange county3, Indtiania,
was hieldl the other (lay, by wrhichI some very
signilflennt. resolutions were adopted. T wo
of t bem are as follows ;
Resolved, That. while we rejoice at thme
downfall of slaivery and tho establishment
of' uniiversal liberty throughout the Rtepub
lie, we do not believe It possible or dosira
ble to establIsh social or poltical equality
between thle black and the white races. As
sit izens of a loyal State in, the Union, we
slaim (lie right to establish such laws In re
gard to suffrage as to ussahall.seemboabet cal.
iulated to seoure the harmony and pr'osporI.
ty of otir peo ple.
Resolved, T hat tll attempts to esftabllslt
sithter soclal or polital . equality,by legisla
lIon tends to dlitrb the peace of soolety,
u-nd corrupt the ballot bex 'l'herefot'o we
ire for the sepal'atleidtt otho tido - aces by
salonIizing the nogroes of the UnIted States
in some localiy~ongenial to their well be
uig,.as tlbe. means of sa nal set tlement, of
his vexed tauvstien In Ainerinairi poliies
Thio cable news reports that the
Greek Government has announced its
determination to declare war against
Turkey on tho first of September should
thle hostilities against the Christians in
the Island of Candia not ended by that
time. If th:s be, indeed, trne, wo may
supposo it will havo tho effect of pro
longin the war to that day, however foo
ble and near exhaustion the Cretans may
be. With the prospet of such co-ope
ration at so near a day, tle 'last man"
would imdeed be ready to dio in the
"last ditch" before surrondering. With
out putting perfoot reliance in this news,
nor indeed setting it down as improba
blo, we may remark< that war between
Greece anl' Turkey is oie of the proba
hilitie ; and we look fCr it, sooner or
later. The end of the war between
0hoso nations by thio intervention of
the Allied Powers, and the battle of
Navarino in October 1827, left accounts
unsettled ; and i tho bounda.my subse
qluently established left people claiming
to bo Greeks inder Turkish bondage ;
for instance, the Cretans now stiiggling
to be liberated. These matters, liko old
sores not to be healed, aro bouid to
break out, and may yet involve Europe
iml war. By a war thus begun, may
not the cross And the creseent again
wave over opposing hosts in the 11 .y
WIAv 1s A Ri.:nr., ?-WAT IS A
PATRIO-r ?-Tho New Orleans Republi
Cn,; an an thoritative expolelt of great
moral ideas says:
"To be a Democrat now, Is to be a rebel."
If that be so, then wo hero in tle
city of New York, with its 45,000 Dem.
ocratic majority, muist be more rebel
lious than even Richmond was, wilen
it was the capital of tile Southern Conl
If these Loyal Leaguers keep oi
fighting it out on this line, they will
give to that word "relbel" a dignity and
respectability it has never worn since
the days of old Lord North aml the
British Tories applied it to George
Washmgton. Andi not only thnt, but.
they will compel honest People to sus
pect that "'patriot ism"-the "patriotism"
of which these Radicals aro claiming to
have monopoly-i, nothing after all,
but just what old Doctor Johnson said
it was-"the last refuge of a scoundrel.
-N. Y. l'xprCss.
Tiux t tINmAN WAn.-A dispatch
dated Fort Ifarker the 4th, says: The
Indians attacked and killed seven men
yesterday, six miles from this post. One
of the inen was living when first found,
bitt died before reaching this fort. The
men killed were laborers on the railroad,
and in tle em ploy of Uampbell and
Clintilon, contractors. After scalping
two of the men the savages proceeded
on to Big Creek station, and ran off
twenty horses and uiles. This was
done in daylight, and while exposed to
tho fire of fifty infantry and a doze,
stage ermployces, at a distance of three
hundred yards from them. It is con
sidered the boldest dash the Indians
have made. Capt. Ames, of this post.,
startel immediately in pursuit, and
overtook the Indians last night, bit
found tihem too numerous to attack with
his, force, and sent back hero for -rein
'forcemeits which were forwarded.
A PREsiniCNTIAL SvSroar.-The
New York Tribune has ani article,.re
forring to the bringing forward of
Genteral Girant's name for the Presi
dency, headed "President Making by
Guess." It says "tho people will in..
sist on having a President wrho fully
knows his own mind with the regard
to the politi'eal situation, and who has
not essentially another mind from
theirs." It speaks of thlose who have
adv~anced G eneral 0Grant's climis as
"the most discredlited of the camp fol.
lowers and shioddy patriots of' the late
war, who barked at the heels of the
sorely bdset republic whenever it was
constraIned to take a step forwvard in
tihe course of emancipation to tri
tunph." Th'lis is a hot lire on the front
rank of the Grant column. Their
leader represented as having no ideas
on politics, and his suppor'ter's hungry
(logs who followed the OaIplI for prey I
Pretty well for a bogmnaig.-Balt.
GEanm'T SalITH.-Mr. Gorrit Smith,
of New York, a life-long abolitionist,
in a recent letter expressed the fol..
"Great is my foar that this de
manding of too much fotr tho blacks,
as the condition of 'reconstruction be
tween the North and South, wvill not
only injurioust' affoot their spirit and
character, but will in the end leave
theum in possession of less rights, -less
property, less advantages than wvould
have been cheerfully conceded to
more domnands for them."
M. Garnier Pages recenitly described
the condition of France, ini a po A'erful
speech, as extremely unpleasant. The
fear of war with Russia, ho said, rests
like a nightmare upon' all France ; the
Iourso is feverish ; trade is utterly stag.
nant; real estate finds purchasers only
with the greatest difficuly; merchants
hesitate to replenish their stocks ; the
shipyards are idle. In spite of the
hazndshakings and grimaces of the Ex
hibitioin the whole country is ill at
BANKRUPTs' NAntEs. - The New
York Tr'ibneo thinks that the names of
bankrupts should be published. It
Rays: : ~ cnhav ogo
"An honest nnanhv nogd
reasoti for keoping his insolvency se
cret a single day. .If lie cannot pay
bil debts, the public ought to know it,
'thagh ho may not be to blame. If
li can pay them but don't want to,
thetftheo sooner that fact is advortised
tho bettor for~ everybody.
WVhy do "birds in their little neosts
n 'reo ?/" Because they would fall out
The Distriot Court,
Adjourned on Friday. The follow
iog is the result of tho wcek's litiga
State vs. Jim Toliver, Jr.,--Laree
ny-Solitary imprisonment till 20 th
Dooombor, and $10.00 fine with costs.
Same vs Levi Huntcr,-Larceny
Solitary imprisonment two weeks, and
$5.00 fine with costs.
Same vs Sain Sloan-Assault and
Bat try-Solitary confliement t w o
weeks or $20.00 fine.
Stam vs Timothy C. Wiley-44.
ry confincieent two mouths, or $50.00
fine with costs.
Same vs Win. Edwards-same of
fence-one wook's imprisonincit, or
$20.00 fine and costs.
Same vs Moses Stevenson-Lareeny,
Solitary confinement one month, and
$5.00 fine with costs.
Same vs Lucy Robertson-saine of..
fence-~$10.00 fine with costs.
Same vs Turner Robertson-same
offenco-Solitary confinemont two
weeks, and $10.00 fine with costs.
Samo-vs. Sam Brice, s-me offence,
Solitary conlinement one month, an d
$5.00 fino with costs.
Samo vs. J. W. Sprinkle, Assault.
and Battery, two wocks imprisonment,
er $25.00 fino with costs.
Samo vs Ed. llorlbeok-samo of
fence, Solitary confinement two weeks,
or $25,00 fine with costs.
Same vs Lewis Trapp, same offence,
Solitary confinement two months, or1,
but one month if $20.00 with costs be
paid at that time.
Pen Und Poneil.
Don't be afraid to invest 10 cents,
it may scourc you $10,000. We have
received the'second number of "The
Pon and Pencil," a new illustrated
Weekly, brim full of Illustrations and
entertaining reading matter. Every
purchasor of which will secure a tick
et free, entitling him to participate in
the distribution of550,000 in Green
bieks. Sold by all newsdcalers, Price
10 cents with ticket, (by mail 13 ets,)
T. 11. Dawley & Co;, Publishers, 21
& 23 Anm St., N. Y.
Ladies' Sooiety in Aid of the Suffering
and Destituto Poor of the South.
Wo publish the following official
communication with reference to
the distribution of prizes by the
utbovo fisgociation :
"Nmw YORK, July 29, 18(7.-At a.
meeting of the Executive Conunittee
of the Ladies' Nociety in Aid of the
Suffering and Destitute Poor of the
South, it was determined that the dis
tribution of awards to the registered
holders of tickets to the entertain
mont would be miade in Washington,
1867, under the inmediate supervis
ion and direction of the honorary
members of the society."~
*We returni thanks to Mr R1. L..
Mobley, for a very large Onion, of the
WIxNNsDOuO, August 18.-0o0ioa 18 lb 20)
Cotton Yarns, $2.25,
Guiinny Clot h, 38 a 35.
Bacon Sides, 20 cents.
Shoulders, 18 cents.
Lard, 18 a 20 cents.
Molasses per barrel 05 a 75.
Country Flour, $0.00 to $0.50 per owl.
Balt~imore Flour, $11.00 a $12.00 per hars
But ter', 20o.
Dry Hidos, 100,
Wheat $1.75 a $2.00.
CuanTr.5rox, A ug. 10.--With a good de-.
manid and light stock, holders, par'ticularly
of the better qualities sales 142 balos
L~ow Middling 25@254; Middling '203U
NE to TIIREE THOUSAND DOLLAR.
JThe best of scurity given. Inquiro
Til hihes nakotprioo paid for the
by JNO. P. MA V THEW S, Jr.
COttc~. "Ed&:n1E I
100 IDunehes, No. 8 to 14,' .at $g.25 por
aug 8 JlNG, P. MA'tTflaWS.
ALOT of' H6e and sheep will bo'sokt on
LI nthn 0 las t ant, at the residonce of