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All day I vatched the bu3y crowds
That press along the streot,
Hlave heard, like raindlrops oil the roof,
The sounds of falling fee( ;
Frorm morin till Iight this title of life
Flows like a ocaseless stronmil,
Like to those nmneless laulowy tlirong ,
Whici pass us in eur dieewi.
To those vho've walkedi some crowded
Whero strangers com anll go
Lilko shadow :-leedlles whom you meet,
No foes that you know
I ;eed not fell 0lhat 'mnilI the crowd
Which thronpe-l the itreet s toj-dttv,
You maight havo ocen the yoult', Il:v 1 1,
The sorrowtl, tho gay.
For you, like I. have Inarked uch erow.,
Hlave real themu like I book ;
And in the flushed and Imtgutd fate,
'Tho frown, the mottile,the look,
Ilave read the scorets of the oul --
havo seen the 1,Sl'oi desire
;-or wealtl aind Iame onhirnled there,
A ltrning like n fire.
Yot havo upon that streef, pemhiance,
As eye to eye you tiet
8ome beauty whose bewildering gln:tco
Diwells in your memory yet ;
You there haive read the lentiment
Of'joyousness and glee.
ipon ihe paoges of' iito, heart
They were uot writ. fo- thee.
Ant on that wan and laggarl lrow
lfavo read how sorrow's fngi
Ilavo pierced the brIvtA aind l ornt the hart
Mlisforf tn's ruta bilorn lu:ti hta. givel)
What poverty. wait feams
Tht bemt t bureit, atol hopI all crushetl,
The fuit ure lutth I bu t if I..
tlmin$ a1114 1-lisure, toil ant 1,0e0f
Iklath c ii it r here,
And. m tol41 ty (!wt- !!ets have hi:reCel
W'Mii. 1, n1. n nia.hr1ppeu.
I knov not when-e tie.yi cotn., no where
Their eager :,Ny illthut;
I know but this: they go at Lnyith,
At hlt., to teuClh --tu dIust.
Ant oiler crowl.> will pres tihesic teeft
For ltitrc, love and lori ;
Otiers will frownI, an1.1 Ihbitgh luad wVl,
Whllen te saill weepl to lioro.
'lI i children of-tha1 h mnin' :: ay.
.\ hedeitr da1y, I tu I
W1ill little reek how il eJop,
Who've 10t, to deieili--to dut.
IFrouithe Aierican Iarrnor.
Work I'or tho Month,
l0 Vlk (or Lit;:; 1uolOtI ott tle fairm
i I the (losingiL t le oin..ralt i ii f t lie
.14a1son Ienerll'fy, and- mkn-%)I thove
nece ry repaatins yt miilshIed,
whieb condnee It. h Ii'lfort. and vell.
be.itng (f aIl withliin the circle of the far
Cl intN (Itol'.
The cort shothil tow be got under
lh ln-1 key tnis tikly 1:1 poS.le. f 1
11 1,' th!] ti ttlueimly enm.d, an1d i
f lay, f\s tite t(aonIv.1vneell nU10re
liab to depredatio1w. I'heo caril
i muitgt r wviil atvay; inflorm himself' of
the lilner (A barr-L. put, away, anI of
tlie 1ivintiy lltea'y fe(d to hog.i anlt
Ollor stock, .1114 11ha1 areertainl ,I: n ly
ttitile wIto wivl, very aion, yeful
e(tmit lill Crop by ilt ,I )n ranc. aklv
it : tand'ia it thlieh fiil, andi~ thlen pati it
thrtolugh hlie cornt barrel, wl I noon be
b le, y michl pr-atiet, inl ;h.,1,n1. he
enT , to ft 11ne olrrtCt judigimenIIt of 1t0
v'ieu of laid by tho grk*%oVinlfg erps, hev
m' Ivey 41tep ofr his buitne::nhi, juIsit wh t
h t i.;dinig. T'iio cornt 1.hilh timklo a
vahatale f.>ddlet, andi !:benld bie will pile
uo-t vedl toider t'over,.
We havo apoken~~l repeated.~ily ofi the
l Iitn h iis ttootmnth the prC4atict
14il lhow st4.); cattle to utlift, for Lheria
t lve: it t-ho liub to ao laito a period
th IitI they bein'' It1. .o lose iih beforo thet
:tiltyVI~~~ shw that eattle kettt well to
thut 1l!hI ave to Iida n014 theyi toonl wil oC
I o auf ptntit, (. nionsistenII tith v igitoon
h-~~i (-'wa t ht arte iio enlvo itt spiring
JJ 9a-:7* \. 011icariielnies.
iF ~-', l l4s.---- m hoe n
to l~d mor yh.u an md tet til. 19 ht . hem i
wayisy bo0 ('d a partt frot othler caulet. -
WV he r.ot. at wotlk they wil daivo (I'
the wveaker utcvk front thteir foodi, and
whent kept. out of tile yarmd at work they
will intfer iln tOu by ha ving their rations3
'0.- oil at ae t o fit-itishii julh
ten tied n a ridig or diving htorse, with
wai rmt sh! elter, g. ood bud perft et, cleatli
lVes.1, wi ith~tt b a and cornmiteal., anid iitgar
ite t or rnfit bag-i. A cow pvjays well
f-i lie biesl. a ttent~tion. (lows ini calf
libould be~ cotnfor-tai, antd v'ery <pilet.
Ii >1 iottike themt Vetry fat, but l:eep
th.1.l1 itn atrong cond4itien.
(-dm'.--Calv'es weaned. ablould b)o
pro(v ided1 wiith shlter a pen't to the conlth
anid eas~t, tandt hav best~ hay or cornl fod
(der, wiLth a litle bran or mealt daily, if
y"tt woul~d havo theln continnto to grow.
DOL oeuppose it n~ecsarty thatt younlig
aiko two or three tmon-thsi of' spring to
hii tup teir waaled-t dimsi'utons, before
starunI tg for anlother seasnt's growth.
Tlhiey alced nto ) turced, ut lot themn
t lose a day of growthi.
Sheep..-Sheep shioudd hta've opent
etter, antd Tacka andti trotighs for fe~d..
ing. S3'.oh as tiret being fatttened for time
buttcheir ma~y be confined to thteir pens,
proviled thyey bo fhtttei as quickly as
pi'"lo~i an~d siftt amply littered. Storo
sheep .should have fqll lberfy in good
//o'p.-Contno tho feedinrg of hogs
for slanighter, na heretoforo directed,
until you got rid of thomn. livo them
a little salt occasionally, or corn soaked
in salt water, and ciarcoal or rotted
wood, and let them be very ([piet. In
slaughtering do not indulge servants in
ite brutal practico of bleeding thoin to
leath, without fir'st striking on the head
nor allow them to bo raced around
in catching them for slaughter. Such
practice is injurious to the quality of tihe
met. Stock hogs should be kept in
thrifty condition, and not allowed to
tleep about manure heaps, or other fil
thy place.s. A bod of leaves on'a wood
ed hil-side to the south is the best for
1VWta.---Havo water in your yards
if po bl!. The pu rest ia tll rain wa.
ter froi a clearl roof, aI it costs little
to havu Ci!;era and pulng.
Whenev. tie tobacco-ia :lot0 enloulgh
to iamit of' beinig iandled without. brea k
in,, the work of stripping off the leavc
anll. ing, ming piepa1Trattion for mIlarket,
lould I calrrd oil without no l) oss of,
time. Early in the seAson, a preTs Of
other work m very apt to cauvo the
Mripping to he postponed, atnd if the
(op1 b Ie a largo ono, the gelit mg realy
Cur mnrket i too long I< !y Great,
care should he oberved it the prolir
sorting and handhu1g. On each plaii
there will be usouaily tlree ot four i,4,
viivli should be pul each in iti soperato
allotrment. In taking dowti tIe crop
for stripping, do not allow the stick, to
ho thrown to tine groiund, bit handcd
down with caro. Tho bunlles are to ho
neatly tied, ind thten when hel't in one
handl, premaed by the oil ivi gainstt lie
breastf, of the. stripper, into thle shape it
intended to have when alma ot of
tle hio1phead for hinpection. It slows
Iettt when preeil ito a11at like ihape.
This iI Very (piildy done bylponm
tie lndtil over it ;t~bn the bundle mu1
be laid down with car", noi, thlanwn
down, it i lni easy inatter to iake it.
keep illt; hape throughot the prepalra
on for mai ket. '.he vatte of the crop
i1 amuch enhanald bjy nevatness! ml han11d.
liingi it, andt alenition to such liule mtat
Irs beget.a aI: hbit of .mro very enemial
to tihe sutccoful ilaner. U:n the chie
of i da,' wot k :i1l doo doitg t ho h dv
ik to be laid int Unlii: (Af two r1OWC', with
the tlais imewlmt lappi, :n1 witl Io
weight upon it bit', a few tabacco stie!:.
The (loor of t Ie I hotise l. to i cleared
Up, ie si ick.; pitt, out of t.-hit way, andil
tine tohacco stalka preerved under cov
er. It is a comolii.n irtcti'e, an1d It
mttoot wasteful onie, to throw them out. of
tine door, aid expo.e them to th) wal
inig froi the ie 1of. Promtn an einate
mntado willtome care, wo Inave found
tho talks from twett v acres of tobico
worth for inanuro about as mnuch as a ton
of .eruvian guano,
1' 1.0 U itING.
Coitinlue tile plonghiing of sneht itiiff
land a.may ho benefittoed by exposure
to frou,. We do not recomnend fall
pilonghing except in that ease. it. is
allowablo too for the sake of puitlling for.
ward the spring work.
A mont tIe sniggestions proper to 1 ho
sieai mt, we -,hould not omit, 11ho curiln
properly of the bacon we lave fitteniI
with so uit'h cost. 'PTo following re -
eiplo will miako na goodi bacon as anty oneO
mtay wyish to eat:
hoonie hniiredl ptomids of mea,'t
ik oi Nx galll~is ofi wateri ill no iuill of
'tnh, ludf (ino andt half' 'oairse, three
jiollfruil of hiow U sI.9ttia, otto cplatii of
motlasses(1, tih ree3 ounftce of 2u1 i peit re', a nd
oneo oune of potash. UiIril nd~ simt it
wvell, an rd let, it stand itt i eitntly ea!
Stheni, hnavintg rubbed yotnr mteat wit~h
flino arkt, pour thnis brinte over it ; hot, ii
remuain six wveeki, andh thnt btimt lip anid
1 liii M'u:wr v'n T m-r it'n:, IaONotN.
Te cable iniformns~ ns of the total do
s tuction of thiied~idiil~ opterai lumtee hv
pro on 1Fridayv ntighnt. Standi ng ini theo
I Linaar'<et., oppjosito the t heatrie if tInt
niame, l len MajnestyV'slt has bee fo'rumany
year s the favon ite resort, f l odionI
oeiiia .)oets, al thoen ln Colvent, C arnden
hast ((or (over twot seasontS dnawn a
hoi"o proptionit of t.ho nobihat y to its
of' lien Matjesty's 'ilTatno for mnanyv
ye~ars, hatvinig 8Lneeieeded Ibmnnoey &
artist es han c (vet appeiared(~i at thie
iva~tl etstabhi ah menit. of (. ve. M hI i el
logwase the Li I o t aaion thtere, an I
'probalI ly tog mi operna tnumelo'tiate1 v
benfore( thle ca:lait i.oi event. ITe the -
tro wvas thle second he'go~ hou.'e of t he
ind in b ~ondon, r'anikin next to ('oventI
(Garden, an:d wvas the. piroper.tty of uI'aI
D)undley, .it oeeniried an enitirie block,
arid had a h,~ansome irowv of colonntade's
arnouind it. Th'le old Covent (arden
Oper'a Ileouso was dostnroyedl by fare in
1 855. It is gratifying' to learn that no
1ivej wvero l10t in theoldestruction of
I ier Maijesty :' butt tine loss to bot.h
rinamger an d ai sts mnet lie ntmnienso.
[A. Y. lil a .
f1'nol~oiN' 8 t',\i'i.t Srita,. O.'N (It' N.
mumi~r A Ni 1 [ wir K'n:'r 1 mon.---- bienit.
WVai ron, an olhi'er of tine Roval Inii
nteers, hats for a long timio past been on
gaged, aut tho ex ponse of an JEnrglishi
seocie'ty, im miakinag ex tensivo oxplora
ions oin thet sito of tho TPemtple of Solo.
mon,. ini Jerusalemu, anid hnas already
nmado some s~tatg discovcries. lie
liae, it is sitanted, establisheid by ad ida
demtonsitrai ion that the sotth warll of thnis
sacred enciosuro whnich contained the
Tomple is buried for more than hal f ita
depthn beneath an accuidanion of rub
bish-.-probably the rumts of the suiCeos
nivo buildings wihod once crownted it
ad that if bared to i's foinndationi tho
wrall would ptresent. ant unbroken faco of
solid masonrny of nearly l000 feet lontg
aind for a largo portion of that distanice
more thanu inI r,.t ii, .a.
Woudorful I Truly Wondorful.!
We have before ui a monthly pub
litation, entitled -The Spirit of ilis
Sion!")' pirporting to ho eldited for
the iond i1 ofM ks!ions of tho iProtes.
aut Episeopal Church in tho United
8tates of Ameiica, by (he oecretarisc.
an4 gencral agentil o ti two commit
tees4, 1tand of tho froodman's commis
sion. In thuis isiuo (November) wo
find a communication, under the cap
tion of '-Signs of Promise,'' touching
the improvement among tho colored
pCoplo of the South :
"As a single illustration of what
they are capable of in th highor
branches of learning, we 1111y mention
tho case of a novrc A/;ce in South
Caroli m, who i. , thorou hly eduneat
od man,anid a distingnitiAid lingiiit ;
10ho C'cvesC "I: I. a 2. ( 1at
hfnglul/ges, and who is oriially convor
saat in thu (reek Tt'l.ament and Ko
nui11. hi man ik i.3w I b g ais a
fil h ltialil , While! hu is Is c i n glii Ii e
0teching hin fello-laborerv. IL i6
said, if hiAP foir 4ould be furnhbeil
himn, he Vould eeirne.11y duvote ii.,
whl timei t )he edlIe:1tion of some
ht. 1- y ildretUn itl hi;1 l i ai iI.Ito vi
e iLi u. Tw:.ihis Ient i1 Made Oil
the aucthioroity oevlet vll jor GrCual
R. K. Scott, of the Fecedmnen's Hu
trul11y In:1mle . d i.. e: wh-ieb. :; thle
wivrite v; :, vys , e "w-evv ll call wii.
Werful. I t. iq a pivy Nhut nu,-h n e
desert air, onl an1 oldI cott411 fit-ht :. ar'd
we, thoroforo0 I-esneCtfutlly 1.e0 t
thc trustes (if tic- Univerait y, und its
reveruenl I'resident, to secure tho Per
viec of this c mlorednn of talent,.
Ve (o not think tlhatour veaiuble in
AM ituion of learing cver had a pro
fessor, ro amIlp)ly q)IY ualiaed as this
"lih1 handl.'' " Why, if thi "native
iA rican" hadl a ingle grain or com
111011 i: c, c could 10.se himself to
Iainimi i for an an nu al suma, which
woul i not only/ cinato eity, but
ciht hundrold. At any rate, we
hope the authoritie.s ot the Unkiversity
will look ilt') the in:A)t IC, and -rescue
sich an intelluetual prodigy te:>m his
deutoi.iry iul tle coon patch.-/'c
A PCs ~:y-The Aoi-mr
Mo'l" tell,.1 a 11|imov sMv onl t hie heoof
Coch.ll1h and( Stwolil %an s 1a4,-hie
wh)il nla iecrcolIke't ever havintg neen in
It Will bo remembee lt. fteir
lie G enera'l Lwi tinished tip I e mul
Jackson, ho w:n; It, to 6ish4 'n the
Albmecsota L11)(11 -.Uonrac tv h
Ini(an (cen flu h4:liu11h1ehied a
thonaandil men. M.e obtained fr-om the,.
Gloverinincit. of tho United Siatis a
thouisand I'irseq. ile obaiined e:;cel
l(it, and ab ituluict anme. Ito loaded
his ample train witih comniirv s tores.
which cost the Goveinniient. (G,000000.
i v welit Upon hiS 0 - p)di ion ; h re0iiu
(d ; h 11111d hi. n'tli' . Ile rieploiLed
that Io had lil all his hio:1ies:l; I hat Ie
had leot all his3 wagons ; that, b.e had
ex peided all hi:-; annunin ion ; that h
(ale 1 111n p alt Ii.s provimons, tit. I le hat
kilel on I i1thail.
liI1, naya the .1a /, there wa aider
for lho Ovvil-amll eillpress Compqanly.
vh1o0e soul avs ahio ired4 with imrtial
a rd.>r, ami hl ho came unio thm scv
Llemenit.s repjoii:d i:. the ((ii'S Geea wias
misak)i-.. heda hih i ad t'i WCed) that
on inan The ar het ween Ifi that~
expresi, rJitier, a nd~ the Et. GenC alt
wit'l e clans i titl io hin0!cotly i he
neiil. hhca des,:30~ to esriuf iaw
bcion'st It hondcohte 1to antt tuyni.! end
byd ) dcaring lal theykv. idl' th widati
de iillS oneil l' .ii w ou1iii. "*'tter tow
ho.! i~ t Ch-vliU oit , 11 ays':v (I The
imlt lettIai onleae of ': e new;oul
w inter loks V.i thei wal e c ot i I.iistl ha
surayc in n ;anl itre', fanifu way, C [
h4ich ti ne'ither ( io keeptingith a t he
mania areiicompored nor wiith~ its pm.
t::es o weanmbi' andti uinCits Some
of14 the~ mont fasinbl cloa':s1 are only
ishort.~ hek.1il wa1 eli ut nte ivihio't
iis oer ninh'iic feelb wnh~ti~ additional
h'othle untei'i~i ofs( the lganne abt the
a::efi' or beamy. ! ther are nt shor t m
thf cki ag. one iany toi nld st~ol
ther lash d Ut th id stnhou
any( [11 api:.re' mot' iVe exc ept. yr
htooih e umlnais nd oxthos aortiv
ind lehaed :po Clints;" are on 111 ih
coatiraryol beiuthini.k Thioh paeute
vlvc anlkdi'ev.enre atrac ~te wi-.e
ao soter, thicae p~i ado, r oiebr tbeds
ofaci clie. Tefnyi~dco
used lstyear nver waoes od style
gadths yer wher otworn Cexcp iS v0
lela lat mh)ore~ t oneo season e
ois e, asd uo losO and moe mr
coneton writh or Ielbrd terv upon
black tikdeeehn wodha es illen f2he ens
hor eome yde. n wls ordel0,adir
areiioprefed atn polt or embroe
(r xcn wi et thee if rovey o IoLr
Thcd e etton iny eaesoero
lrams wove~orerth Atlan.yiCablo anow
wlilllye carnued r-athe Charleston
A licoat (ollo fom Nesge Yor
Grayt alritain, oh' WIHtre nd temrg
fyour tnwordsu $10 less wil o 5 nd
forvdO ea hdiinlwod$..,adi
[PIromn the $outheru'Qultvato.t.
How to Mako'Ooffee,
EDITons SOurur1EN CULTIVATOR -
InI res)on.so to the invitation of Mrs.
Whito I beg to submit the following
method of making coffee-good cofc. -
I m11utt pronise by saying that miy ledth.
od Will best slit taoso icrsonvs whose
circuimstan-ce. pccuniar'ly, will not per
mit thei to use thte method of Mr. Da
vid Dickson, who starts out wit ih tho
advice "First, purchaso the bet old
Java coffee," to which inust be added
tho whites of two eggs for each pound !
The injority of people aro n1ot able to
us-e "old Java" cof'ce, or new cihor
now a-days. For iho benieiL of that
Atc class, therefore, I submit my
Take ntt much c'1T)Cee.9 ou W i to
"parch ;" pick out Ith bad grai'is; poutr
ove- it boiligwa-tt . ;ftae im dscover any
Inf i b had p 1rains i vil et ottt a1Itd
in imniorse the conl'le iil boiling wa
ter ; :ni d brown hlyi 'elv, tin"
IheI winte of oet er". tio two ptotitndsi o
coi,4've to matke a g;h'.i . 1 a ito
co.ee accordir;g to ulS:ge. Tto impor.
l part of 1 he formula :s Iie illlervat;I
h boila water. Anv coiffe trated in
tIIi:: way will he .'ood.
Pleaset a:;k Al r Dic.woi to (Il us how
peaebles mlay be d(ied . I ' :w, 1:yni
anld powdci-d no'air? Wo;Ib it d1 o io
1,i)Ve:tul Iltem on a ho:o top, incl0:i6ng
diirvc;l 1' ti h1 h, or w'.onutI IIt, h0
het ra that it loki' a iil: to 1th East
WdOr Wetadof",ui ?
Al us. .lL. sin:.
T ,O . 1I 18 7.
A No'rnm-nR.:m.- rs.W rrm:
Mr. Dickson, ia's gi'ven os hi. met hod U1
iniking cofl'uc. I havo no doubt but,
that it i, inl the mi., a grood onte.
Min di: l ie reskpect., however,
't1t1% your1' rTeade's may 1h1o to Iry it a3o.
lere it is:
1. rocure a good artLicle, whleher
Mocia, Java or W*o--tho first bting
beiI. of all, biut high priced--beiifg care
fil 1;aL bi. is in a perfect, and id amgi"ed
2. Roast- not pirch, b:e t'or brn
withn a striong heat, anid in a tight ly cov
cred veml, if ptactieablo, keepiIg it
cntinalt moving, and make Lte ope.
bnef as posible. It is sulli.
tii-ulY cooked wihet theoil exudes and
:.;ives :t a glosy apilearanlce, aid not
b< fre' ; atd ncoo'..ed co'ieci it a nervo
d i:; tring drug. Try a decoction of th
VACO ked1 boyrr, :m11d you will be con
vinced of that,in n1 o very pleas:it waV.
(lel'lv avoid burinitig. "1 a asiglo
ebarcoal gmaii will soil the whole.
li. G id lnzi u eoo u
-l. Pouir boiling wate:' -on the co11ee,
and allov it to si tld a short timo to
bteep ; or. ii'vou boil it at ill, lt, it. be
liut, a miutte1 o two. Uoillia' gives it
morti strenth1ti froi ',o rm:o f10amoiit of
collie, but not so ine a flavo.
- ~. Mako it ve:y strong, but dilnto
wnh I Iil :nil, adding cream if you
htav ", anld wetCen to youir ta:V&.
Wo Oze ai least two paLt! of r-i,:t :.ilk to
oItI Ur coleee-mi)a kig thLIIo Inae r, hoI)we ve r,
very i:ron'. Couleu thus mado, is a
drink fi:. for anly oneo.
Mius. M E. JACQu :s.
T.t-,A: 1) -roo T.:xs.--The New
Yoik (. uial I vs ov r na: tonal
humtnihma:ion, and of tho Congressijonal
fully, t b'at----three years~ ag~o Congr'ess
ili::eta itmpracticable tax upon whits
hiti ax ha ot'cas'otned uni11ver.;al demo.
r..:4.ioni, atnd could niot lbe coleced.
tergro .suianago onily ; ; it;hern negr'o
L!.ra e. Ohlio refusesC it :.o hl')er eroes,
antd J tudge Chta:: says negro votes$ aro
ntot essentaal at t.he Nortth. Thte laidi
cals refu~sed to sobtmti, the ques;tion of
ntegro num-n ge in itm State to) the p)00
pie. A nad vet, all ec is sacri ticed to
negrto sity.rn gea the South
'Ttme was whten iha \\'hi anid 170.
puician panicaio found theoil ciainii to
poputlar' f'avor' in the intelligeonce of cloc
ors. We mnaita'tned that thiero was
no otte aranteo liir ihIo perpetiuato
of a repl)thicant formo of govennnentc't.
Andti yat, int a sealson fti r thtcal disLtion
wvo ate dolibeurat'lv tta king thle elecction
of Presittt depe'id upon1 negr;Loes, who,
as tito Cong'rr'ionaladrs mii;
'tn Iotflm rt of thte m1ean1s by which
I.: Sou-rui.t:n . rrr .s ot et -s nl Uba:
Sr'*'a.---We undertand.11( that Johnt
verettt, lYgq, of Alithalilows Chamtber's,
ts ott a visit to the United Staica, to us
certain how the owners't' of lttLIon~s
anld othter 'st ates ini thte Sottt b cant be
assi'ted wthI caita~tl to developo 11ho
resourtces of tose prtovintces whtich at
poverltty ofC thr' owniers. A schemte ot
thtis l~itd wvould capecially be of ad vai.
tage to the colored people, wiho, withI
freedotm anid enterprise and tan ('atne..t
intdtst rial spirit, wvant the aid of small
'sms to enablo them to work out, their
ownt ad~vanhcemen~t. It, thtis plant wvould
be egntally intportantt to the weahiirt
gtovers of cot tont, rice, &ee
Mr'. verett's chief object wvill he to
soo if ttbsointo andi available !tacurit y can
be given, and if so, it, is obviotts tht
immentst.'o sumts! now locked tip ha. ont
own country might be invested, reali.
zing two great obj1 t a good and sitfo
retont for Britisht capital, and giving
offetu~tal aid tv the inutstriat people of
thoonh. Wotboliove that at pre'senat
the proper owhord of lond there can only
get assistance by paying about 2.1- po'r
cent, ttothly, or at, tho iato of 30 per
centt. per' annum. W~e shtall therefore
wvatcht Mr. Evef'ett'o dfforts in this diroc.
tion with pick \Iaflre0t, ptnd shtall ro.
joice if the ;suo is su.ccssul-Londoa
Wooden railway al'o still in use lai
some portions of jeo :York. The
rails are said to do - wel, 'std if the
loCod~oti46d a~Id car are Buffond~ty
lIlgt i4 aoo o~f. A en ot twolityafles I
nir k I ^~~~ nn ahu i .
MOST IORID AFFAIR.-On Mon
day nigbt laIb the dwelligu houso of
Mr. 0. D. Wallace, one of our oldest
citizens, at Gophor Hill, at eleven
o'clock, was found to be completely
enveloped ' in flames. hen the
neighbors attracted, arrived, tho house,
which was a largo one, was so coml
plotoly enveloped that nothing could
odonotostay the flames. Mr. Wal.
lace resided alone, and was known to
be at home, as he was scou by some of
hisuoi ghbors, and hoard calling his
hogs after dark by others, but wheth
or in the houso or not could no. bo do
terined until next day, when his ro
mains were found ahnost ontirely con.
suned. From ovory circulustance,
suspicon of foul la-y was aroused.
The who!c mIater is inl the handa of
an inquest., aid shou!d an cud be
reached in thine, wo shall add the
finding to this pararuph. Until then
we forbear partiouhm. If tho:-o was
one inoffensive and unop1ondin~ citi
zon in the District, and a man wIthout
al enemy, Mr. Wallace \as, Lha man.
The follow :ug is the findling of the
Jury of ingost : "That the decers
ed, C. 1). Wa!!ace, w L'oloniou:.y
ki!lcd by dianes Fly'.n and John B.
Lnicvoy, by moss unknown to the
.Jury, or by bei-g urined in biLi d wel
litv. I O: .-- c '/.. . A ,*.:,
Tm.: Crro T..---There i. consid
r:aIle dli flerece~ of4 0'p:: un :iinO''! the
kpuicn npnOii 1 the (.testion'. of re.
pealing the COUon tax:. Simp*le as it
aea, and apparleljy divested of the
least elaba to be considered a party
giostion, it, has nevertloleszs asaned
h a shape whenl bOinlg filtered through
the mindi of 3010 of the more extreme
Radicals. The Uonso bill exempting
atll cot toil gr-own afler Lhi yeri looks a
liberal boonl enough on the face of it to
die siiYoring South, but, as the Cosor
vaLives hero shrowdly suggest, the bait
canl be easily witdrawn after the Presi
(denii11 electiolil aid the scrow turned on
again. Stine may be tie extreme radi
Cal intention, bit the rfolecting portion
of Congress sinceroly desire to reliove
the *9onthern people of ttis impost,
jttdgin,3 by the largo number of petitions
daily presented mn both Houses praying
for its withdrawal, must be felt as a
severe burdei. Senator "Jorill, of Ver
mioil, is repotted to be prepariigg an
ulaborato argoment ngainist the bill vlen
it Comes 1)41fo tihe Sena~fto for consider
Cto.v~t.r,. aN. Y. Her
In the iir4. volme of Dr. Fl.ler's
wor, ve find recorded tho followina
historical ' inl relaitio to the subjuga.
Lion of tho .JAs hv the lbmans:
"When they vere lsubjigjlated, oneo
p[ar <( the Iatioll, for the sake of pri
vaie itereL, aided with thw Romans,
rnd necepited plIes unde: them, by
witc they became odious ii Iho si-lt
oif the other. Smom become soldiers
imder the Roian atandard, and treated
their brethren with violenc e othiers be
eamo plicns,3 or (armeors 0 tie pitlic
axes, eniteng,' delfply :nto a uystem of
)ppuessiS~onl. A s Of , ill lishieS per
vaded all ranks andl orders oA men,
romtiZng thos:e ,who s'ded w h the
Roimain wo deeds of opprel ioln, and
thoseo who sniered at their iands to dia.
lole Xev n Ich caed pluZlica.ton a
hon ime1.11 nce, has been prchOsedi by
Menne~. S. D. 1Iitsoni amnd I. Aletzec,
urac ieel~ pr:in :ra io h i c it r d
ubiet' ion as a' ., ciaily vn wee!J~&~y jouri
nal will be re~amed :n a. few weela;.
Meses. Ila:n ai2. .'! ix ze tu'e both well
knlownl hecre as p :nite~i f f:eady hablitis
andit a thtoronghi I know.~lo of ,heir trade
n weiI ai p:eaeral ii toinnedo Loa 1. he
newrpaper linie, and~ th: ICne~1cess in -heir
beigelicial to the peoplio of Chat lotte and
The late foreign advices indicate
ihat the desperate struggle of thue
Cretans. againlv.. 'ITu~kh:h poe is like
ly to be resumued. In) the late st:'ug
rgle it i;1:mu sut, tha thu-;1auds of thle
woemon ande~ children of Crete hatve
beon co'vcycd to Grecco by tho
Uniited vessels il n ht arter, while
the lmeui Vomain ced hobb iid to m1'antain
:hese t~i)t wo menad e'ain ca is; great,
and iin OryIz51/ation1 has been effected,
11h0 head',uartersof wichlo i:; ill Phla..a
11olphiau, or .S m).ni' a id to iho sunier
ng Citias. 1
Execu-rvi: Crt.tM N; .--Gove: nor
D~re hau1 pardone~d I lodge, who was
so~ced 01to th ) le pen) L iteni!'ry for !s ill,
ini' Durant, in tumie~r, a I'cw weeks
Jeff Ferguvon, colo:ed, ser~tenced
,o he hudng, haus h ad the penalty comn
inted to ten years ini dhe pent entiary.
Nat. Frazuire, colored, was hung in
Pickens Distiiet, on Friday .last, lie
sonufessed to hiaving killed young Hiun
ilcut by mistake. The terms of five
of hisi convicted accomicoes have
>ccu changieed f'roni five years in the
onloltrtary to two yoairs.----7cea.'..
CHILo.N oF Co,. EssaIor.--The
Norflkc V~ry/nin says the two orphanm
hlihiron orfCol. Iiio:, of South Carolina,
wh~o wvac killed in front of Peterabuig on
,ihe 30th of Jiuly, 1gG4, Arrived in that
iiIy a fewv days ago on their way to
Philadelpia. Bloth children aro
nlutes, and are sent North to be edii.
Two of th'laIdies killed M the re
ont railroad aeoident near Cincinnai
rere, during the War banmished frotn
~ow Orleans by Baukt booause they
~aIled to salut. Adalmra P'orer and a
adywith wh9:~ ie .*Ma( king.
There is, in Now Q&ieae1 a heathen
emple, where rfoE the tet of A frican
vorehin in namrrma by aroa.
VIOLENT TORNADO IN BARNWELL.
On Friday, the 29th ultiimo, one of
the most violent tornadoes that over
swept over this sootion. of country,
was experienced about 2j miles above
this village. Its fury was confined to
a Yory narrow scope, covering in width
about a quarter of a mile. Trees,
fences, out-houses, &., were levelled
to the ground, and some th'.wo or four
of our planting friends, on whom it
vented its spleen, will not be able this
year to clear their land. On ono place
throe was not a single tree left stan'l.
ing. A wagon was carried soine forty
or fifty yards and stove into atoms,
and a largo tree, after it was uprooted.
was carried some twenty or thirty
feet f.-om whoro it grow, and lodged
againt a troo. Fortunately no lives
were lost, but the extent of the dam
ago cannot bo estimated ; even the
cotton loft standing in the fields was
sp.un out a ya:d in longth, and much
of it twisted. Our informant, Mr. S.
U. Cavo, a gentlemnan who can be re
ied on, statCs th'a he has never Soon
anydhing to cqual it, and (he oldest
iahabitant does not recollect over wit
nlesing suhe a stormi.-Bn,;,wdt snti
A Goo) P:.A ro MAsvi.; 1now,.-Bv
t he latest nOw.i 1ronY St. Th11omas it ii
pear; ti hat. ioro s;iocks of earthquako
ha.1 ecn leL, says the New York Jn,
and that many of the people, being dis
gistt.d wh Ii the way in Which natire
has atly t reated them, were leavint
the islaind. Along with that news we
have the interesting annonnceiont that
tih Diaish Coimissioner had arrived to
deliver the island to the United States.
This promptness of the Dansh authori
ties, under the circumstances reminds
one of the ongerness of a horse dealer to
effect a sale when ho ins grave 8ispi
cions that his animal is at any moment
liable to shifle off his coil. But, then,
the Danes can hardly be blamed. Any.
boly would be gl el to sell a piece of
real estato that is subject to hurricaner,
ove flows and earthquakes.
TuT 13 So !-.lao New York Tribune, in
referring to the message of the President.
ays: "it will be soon that his Excellency
utill cligs to the tioorlos which thus far
lip produced serious differences between
inscifand Congress." Yes-ho still ad
heres to the Constitution, anti Crngress con.
ti:mes ;o dirivegard it, and there is where
the differencei alse.
Time t're::ident, is unquestionably right,
and Congress unquestionably wrong. The
President doinands that the Southern States
shall bo governed in accordanceo willh the
provislonf, of the Coustimition, and Con.
Lres3 insists that they shall be govorned in
accovitance with ii will, and "outsido of
The Ubassepot riflo did wonders in
the battles wiih Garibaldi in Italy.
The correspondent of a Paiis news
paper says: "The Chassepot musket
has astonished the, army. It' kills or
inlicts wonnds worso thai death. The
noise mado by the firing does not re
semble tho sound of the old musketry;
it, ; ii ciOainntoua roling, whiuh filla
thn mind with unspeakable tor
'T'u CO.NVZNTON CAnIED IN SoUTII
C"r~.r.m.--Of'ioial inifornmat ion re
coived hore, is to the effect that a
Convention in South Carolina will
probab!y be called, notwithstanding
the apparent failure at first indicated.
Thme returns f'rom the interior show
ithat a larger vote was p~olled ins the
Distriets, than on the sea-coast. The
Convention in North Carolina will
probably be fixed for the early part of
January, and that for South Carolina
somewhat later in the same month.
A WVium: D.:En Kr~iLr.D IN PAT
r . s.--Mr.Smuel Snead, a celebrat
ed bu~smaum. whoi. resides near Elams
e, in the county of Patriel:, killed
. ow days ago a very large deer,
wh-en wvas eni roly white, and when
we';.hed one hundred end thirtLy
; oud. His horns were of immnensoe
sieadlength. Hie wvas said to be
about~ (en years old, and was the only
white deer ever seoon in that part of
the country -'crog -pes
A t a mecting of the Lzc~on Medi.
cal Society, Dr. Blake, a distinguished
practitionier, smid that lie wvas nal to
cure thme most desperato case of tooth
nebme, unlehss thme disease wvas connected
whih th.aumatism,1 by 1the application of
the lollowing remedy : "A inm, rodus.
ced to an inmpalpalie powdier, two
drachmis ; nitrous spirits of ether, sevenm
drachm ::s; mix and apply to the
It was annonneed t hat at Rev. Henry
WVard Dleeher's church, on Sundav',
t he rite of' baptism woulai be adhmiister'
ed wh wii~ ater' brm'ght from th~e ivet
Jordani, anid that the wine to be used at
lie corn inunion camio Ironm Jrusalem.
Thle water aund the wvino wore presented
by Capjtaini Duncan, of' the Palestine ex.
One of the three negro preachors in
Pope's Convention is said to be the
idenitical hiumbug who psassed himself
off as Jell'. Davis' coachman in New
York thireo years ago, and made many
stamps by it.
l)KUAPITAvT.-m-We learn that uinder
orders of General Hfoward,-Giibert Pills.
bury, (white.) and RI. 0. DeLas-ge, (cot
ored,) of OThirleston ; 8. A. Swails,
(whihe,) of Klngstreo.; J. 3. Wright,
(colored,) of I~oanfort, have been dls-'
charged (reom furthber obrtloo in the
lheadmnen'sjBtweau, on account, of hat.
hng been elected to thme Convcentiot.
;5t (o G Rlesi a t presnt viek
ingsaonio riendl at New Orleans. She
is new worth $i1,00,000, but it has
takeo, her almost a lifetime to establish
her claim to thme property.
Detectivo -liepdri.e of iChsdato,
oveo . uled a mas If n, Ga, whbe
is believed to b o a ols fore
of the notes on tim ?lI ational Dak
of 1.hno forma, met.
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