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I1Y 11owAlaI IYAUL.
, Marion Alay ! doll't. you lbvu- CL. b l&o
And think ofyouth's dearly loved frolio.
some dlays ?
Our hearts were then freeh as the dew on
the robes ;
Our foolbtopa is light as tho m'rsio of
O don't. you remember where often. we
And m It ched'thme r il'whoel*wiIdly (ash.
And how the Iutre Otreai bright(ly Ilash(l.
In the sunlight,
And flung tho oubth-ops on thle blossomn,
ang gr-ounld n?
Andi, Alarion May, you can 110'er h1av0 for.
Tho levson3 w-e Iearned'at (1.o old willow
bIth 8w1e Hiniier somild: all arould t,
'h1- tihrui, anid Ih lo hiln -of tlhe nsioal
The inmire(ils of. ganes at tle liwing (If 110
The f))orls every .orn 'keath the 1.ile
i preamdinmg vilol
The <itarrel I hnd Wit you once in fime
For liking nly brother's eyes blcer than
Jkar Mirion Miay, lye have kniown the
Since those hal)y days have flown rapid
We've tossed on an ocean of tumult. and
And fonmd (the next. morrrow as dark as (lhe
Yet bright are lire iopes tha, from. sorrow
And rich are the joys (lint our memosus
Our hemart mire' stille glo-wing- vith if't
'.l'hough ildhood's fonti days, like its
flolv(er4 Iare no ire.
lCorresnmidemneo Soutithernt itivator.]
Exporimeni, oil a Sixtoon Acro Lot.of
SIA uRTA, Uk., Peb 1. 10dh 1S68.
lN4)Tions Sotu .: INol (;v.-rv A'roli
'Thinking it best to tell what I have
doie, imistead of giving advice flint I do
lmiol, owIiu, I v.;ll !iye youi tme delnii of
th pirparation, manmrm, planting, enall
tivation, an1d 1prochm1tionl of a Iitee
Re loi, pan11.1ted I!) coltton; and as mnily
inly mla'&re to imuw tilj th0 partiila' r11
j-will be as vx1i1h:it as I canl be in a let,
Firi, tme laimd is 'ood pinol, alld
iias bueen mmnd(ler tho plow ieamly siVean Iy
years, mid as many :I fift.y-fivo years i
voi.oit About twelvo years ago, it
was sown in oat.,, with 260 lb1. of 'gnanlo
amid bunes, mixed with salt amid plaster,
anad mado 310 or 35 bishols ier acre - all
flvd oil by turing stock in tho field.
.4,ou1r vfars ago I left ic 1 unetilLivated
un11til the Iiddlo of July-there was then
a heavy growtlm of weeds on it., just
giownl. I 11urm10d theimi m:, adil dropped
peas iml ovoly* v thir-d fim-rrow. T1i rosti'
Was3 Ia larg. crop of vines, and at loast
lifieen bushels por acre. Theso wero fed
ofl by baef Cattio.
if yN1 Call it re081 , is ah tho iel
ever lild. The ]t lies bt wcon two
brancies, rmiting North and South
OIN OM slope, Iext to limo brnielh, 13 a
second growth of pinmes-the other is a
peach orchard. 1 li.The co1 Cutto was 1.imod
on thei oim of a levul ridge, Ilying within
onec-fomirthI to onie-hmalf ofi a mile of Ilittle
Og'cchmee. It was i,;aliaed iii CamLo
186;6;-maflnunred wiL.h amaoimi one lumnih-eid
:mid 6il'yIbs. o!f. bonies anm lernv in
ganmo each;, anid 1010 li)s. if pladsemr.I
(on)iinonceda, Lime 3d da:y of May wiuth twos
'iorses,1( to pre~)l re' t.imha hmd ; cuottoin3( so
hinr felet. apart ran two f'iiows jn tim
miiddie of each row, whichm sitood opeon
about 8 mehies deiep. and applied to each
nero 250) lbs. of Soiuble- bones, 165 lbs.
No. I Pe'rnvian (Gumano, amnd -100 lbs.
plaster. ,Salt bemlA (oo high, I omitted
i ha 1. T he nixture wias deposited in the
bo01ttom of theC furrow ; then coveredI with
ar long ecoote r p)low, going about as deep
ats Limo other two other hlrrows ; then
rain on the side of each' scootor furrow,
githi a good t.nrnling plow, going soveti
miehmes deep. A fter preparing ab)out si.x
acros mi this~ wiay,1 oapened wvithI a smiall
mmnl-tongno piowv ; dioppedl thm seed and
covered lightly with at board--part of it
withi a harrow. .1 continmuaed ini tis wav
tlilth l' ot was pla n Ied, 'miish min t h~o
1ifteeth of M.4y. Thn landi being fresh
JY./ repred' amid ai little drmy it did not
c'omo uip well. Thme 2.u h of' May, had a
Iii haJ hwer, and0 on te irst hmormg of
Jame) there wt'as a1 ist ramte eland. A bont
time first ol Jumne, I t urnmed -the plows
back to finish tIme pre.paration, runnn in g a
coter six (?) inmches long, ini thea hot
tomt of' eah turmi plow furrow, going
seven iinches deeper ; thien plowed :31 thie
old stalks with a large, long shovel llow
going uinder the old cot ton stalk -mak
nmg mne11 irrowve to the row, ini preparing
thle lhod-- tlhmmg iinotdays, withi onmo
hmtrse, for every eig~ht. acrepa w~hiich wats
e'quali to ai full anb-soiling: Yon obaoe've
thn preparation was not expensive1 I?m
cmhig planmtmg,it was eleven ddiys worka
to eighti acres.
-Tme cottoin soon streCtcht-d up) well, Thela
first plowmig:was done wvith a heavy 22
imih siweep, (right wtinmg towanils the
enmd neoarh l i lim o back edge oft thme
wViig abhout one~ and(1la fonrth of' an' imnohi
ambove the fror.t edlge in elevat.ion.).I
I ien hoed ont to a stanad, Limo width'of
No. 2 Scoveli.hioc-. leaving one to- thrleo
Stalk$ in a hmil.- CottIon-stanldi?m ickg
mi tihe dlrill, wvil bie munnih f'orwmardvr than
that. wiebi Ii ihm. Gi.ve it thao necessa
ry (dstanlieo het1 ,een them rows,
The-seQondl plowinmg was doneO with
the saimo kmd qt swvop, wvithu both wings
-clevated--ihe Second and last hoe'ing
j'itowedv im a few days. Thle third plow
mng ran one furrowy ini thtm midle of tho
rowls T he cuiltivationi'with. the- plow
occupied one0 horse five daya - fodr- each
eight acre, wh'i)ch makes two dnys pldw.
imig.for oech acre, and about two dav's
hooimg for the same.
Theam (cottoni grewv so rap)idly, it did mnot
nmeed any mlora work. I hired the pi
ing of'rmost itt at. 40 cents 1per 100 11bs.
The lot averaged about 3000 lbs. per
acre, but owing to a storm, and other
vtkwes, I gathered only 27,O- lba. and a
'ractiQn, which will make two good,bales
per acre. I picked one hundred bolls
in two septrato parts of thu lot, at 4
9clock-ituthtievening of a dry day.
11ilch weighed twienty-o1e oinces. In
lie lot was an Il potato patch- that
had -boon manured and mulched with
straw twico. I think that portion made
at the rhte of six thousand Is;- per: aeru:
The noxt best p1hr; was about one acre
o! old p1)e field, first year, which made,
PIlhink, about 0000 lbs.
If you expect such results, you. must
not cit thu rootirof the cotton. CoAtton
i,ia i planlt, as youl will so by its
tnuing it s leaves to the uun, as the lat
terI mioves through tho heavens. So have
a deep water furrow in the spring. work
flat by hot weaier, and on level' hand
run 'the rows North and South.
Tho cotton would havo been nitich
better, )Inted the 10th of A pril. Tho
teaionis were as finu as they could be, up
to the 28th of July. After that too
unch rain. 'Iile hand6 I had, were all
neW, anud very sorry ; the manuro was
baly Iixed and badly put on.
Sf,6 during tho wet weather,
whero tho most manure was pil, itstood
tile rin best-ovpeciall v the p:r1it that
had the most Portvian Guano on it.
There was some rol, owvq.g-to the densi
ty of foliage and'wet weather ; some boll
worm and caterpillar on about one-lialif
of tho patch. Tho seed planted, was of
the David Dickson, Okfrd, Gh., varietys
selected twice by myself, and would sell
for more than the cotton, if I did not
wil to plant them myself, There aro
AO for unlo this yeari I-l1iprchiased my
nmanure of first hardA, by Mbssro. John
Merryman & Co., and got the best arti
ele at, tre lowest pirico in the market.
'It cotton is unsold. Thto seed I. will
use. JlUW io the cost'ofol nere :
COST OFe MA N 1 tN AT 'l,ANTATiON.
2,10 lbs. Soillblu bonies $8 7r
I 65 lbs. No. I 11ruvian Guano 7 '
100 1 hs. 'laster 1 25
MAilg and putting un 5
Iforse Iwo days, *1 per day A.$2 00
Plow kal, two dy:m) oc. 1 00
SloC hiatid 2 'tavs 1 00
Droppling seed 15
l'ickiung 10 80
Manure I7 ()0
Vhole x1o e per acre )Sl 0 3
Count. the seed and lint and see what
iatIuro will do.
Tutii WAit DK.:-P-rA.:T%-r QUEIrON.
A regular Cabinet meeting was held
yesterday, at, which ill the imeiberu
were piresent except, Mr. Stanton. Gen.
Thomas was im.vited'to take a seat at
the boarilis Secretary of War (d inte
rin,' .tA di:- so.
he esmon wan a long one ; and - it
is understood the War .)partmint
imbroglio and the impeachment triii]
were the most'importatt, stuljects coi
sidered. The profe.sed frind oh the
P resident say that the Cabint is niow a
uimi regarding all allairi pertaningi it to
the we)nare of Mr. Jolson ; anid,' mor
over, that Thonas will obtain poss
5sin ol' th Wa \lr D iI'ertmntt at on-.ar
ly day. S3o says l"orntey.
Thme Wuashington corresponident of
the New Yourk Tnus says:
'1,'he Pr~esidenit, hats deterine id on a
cou rse~~v wihregard :to the \Var l)uparit.
mmnt wich is very likel y to endi ini
fm t.he'r embarassmien, if not irect con.
fhict, and to add to the certant.y. of his
conivictioni by the Senate. In puran-u
ance of his determination not to recog
nizo Mr. Stantonm" in"any way, ho re
quaros all commiuniention wit hi hi msolfI
to b'o mado direct, withoust passing
through the regular channel of the War
Departmien6.. Thius on: Saturday he
sent baek'-a paiicel of papors forwarded
to himn fromi Gonoral Grant's headquar
ters through the Wanr Department
which did -not even bear. Mr. Stanton 's
naine, buti the~ usual'. endorsemecnt. "By
order of the Secretary of War." lie
then snut a request, to have tIhe papers
forwarded direct, lielo ha established
(General Thom,as as his Secretary of
Wa~r aEd inkron at the WVhito H ouse,
so 1':r as to treat him in every respet,-as
the Secretary defacto, though no orders
have yet a~ ppearedl as being issued by
cutestonais will arise, anad one of the
.President a's most fondiv-ehrerishmed hopes
is that lhe many ctch eneral Grant in
a case of disobedienco of orders.
A IaNO~ C.wrm-riiy -Jane Proctor,
whou wvas captured by the Cheuyenno Iii.
dings, about twenity years ago, whlile on
the iRoad to Cailihornia, is now stoppinig
at thie house of Norvel Kelley,.a few
miles oast of this plauco. She is twenty.
Ibuar years ohl, being captured at the a'o
of four.. A the lato fight between the
(iloyennos arid i'aws, near Fort Laram-.
io, Jano made' her escape and camo
downi in this region with the Kawvs. Of
course sho' has stufored a great deal, . but
was with the Indians so long that she
became accustomed to their way. of liy.
inag. . Sho hhd'been ,sold 'of tn,' and" has
sp)ont. most of her time with various
t ribes, roamntagoer the count r v -and
l&ddmgn. terribld life. Heor brother,
who wvas older, remains with the Indians,
having -nmarriewdt among them. Mis
Pm'octor says there was always a number
of eaptives with tho~ Indians and henco
she- hme - preserved a -toleralbly gfood
knowledge of-the Thighishm language.
Iss.Proctor thinka some of her fiunily
live in Rout hern Kansas, somewhere,
and wvould like to hamve' information con'.
Cering-thbm, Har father's name is 13.
B. Proctor.-Empn)oria (Kani.sas) News.
A'O rman.doctori hass hivented an
apaRratue by which-- thunder is made
visible-troughith'o .objeot glass of a
telosoope... Thisis equtally as nmarve!..
ousmas-th'o -hoarbig-of the "loud smo1l
nf Tmn ,.e cl1, ,,.
A Soorot. Marriago and the Tragio Re
Por many iiontis a young-gentcnlenit
paid hivs at tentions -to a 'young lady who
occupied a position in a neighboring
town several degrees below his own so
Ciality. The youth succeood in engag
ing tho aftctions of - the yofig lady to
an extent that' aiotilfig' could saitify
except iatritony. The post oflice had
ffr a tine done its duty, as post offices
always do ill such iatters,. ard' many
worc the long and doubtful messages
that passed between tho loving two,
protected by the efficient c.-ava off their
dear unicle iom the pryi!ig eyes idit hiose
willO would have giv4I " iICl"In
nice" to have hkilwI what waII ;o'
The lady knew O"!(.-r " :Wdom
mamnma" wotild nelvei.r conlselit 10 11he.
liflion of two loviil!, eIw ri with her
parcl.i mine of wivalth lain,,- bietwevn
them, So Sih' readily contciltod to tle
y0111m,:r3 muan'l prpo, h oiave 1hv
thing done lip "'oIl I I.I y ;"' and all
i1nhiown to th l'k ., whl.d' sIeo -1:; wa n
at vi,;it. 'v unie of ier relIti ivv ; tl, Ui(.
lumusli, her ellarmer enil nad lie
thin,g wvva done. A ier, :I,h-f honev
m"Oon in the l;rad cily of Ofo,.s re
turned to her hile but her hu0ied tid
not return wih her
From the tiit: oh' 1.1 da .r arri's .11i
vl home the oild IWPr. a ineed hy
could hear sutra,! io, ,i the hotna.
Steps wero often hie.i u pon 'the smirs
in the lone still hours of'nighi. Varion.;
articles of fAurn!itne mvd imy3erions!y
.=t in-the rion oi, nud' 10 Ad
.lmatr-and-'hilv fAiniHv cme to Ihe
to.icInsion 1hat Ihe li house'was halitni
CU JMt souetifng was wrot(.. al
iight,-after all had efiur-'. the .'tiri-i1 s
notoly distinicth- 1-.:ld Ili- Ol 1po 10h
stairS, bit voics':All i"s .I ihe i n
ing-place alove. A rn-d with a lorse
pistol, the fathl'I left hi. nwd and <'1fiek
ly aproached the fna of the stair-.
Whel- Ire found. r 111tin 1pon ill. lower
step, a pair \f lnn,I.A t. onec i vt!t
up the cry of ",, h,iev, rii bbvvaii n .r:"
that ml a twil inl.. b)r"nIli1.eJvery3 lift'l.
her of the housth-uhl to I I nte exei
All hands Iliei pieidevil-d calimntimd%
to the yuung Ily's ron, ma Iot beiliQ
al. to rinoume her, tiiy IrMkP iien tIn
door just: inl timlo to sol: a.a h-11alm
dhVe thr1-1u"h the Window. Theo-Um
rIled to the open ; i-ib.irge,l hi
ldul,and the y,):ml un1-.111r..41 ll
tlle rund. (Gil id lI-vins ! vwt h:,vf
Iilled my husbaln ! exh-imd Ow.
daul,(iter, falling be!, ad kiliting upi.,l
tei bd. "Your husau!" exclaiit-d
all ill a breath,mI11 hendvik a r-ilh ol do
mesies to the Vanid hlw.
The young nmn was found upon I],(
ground heiieiI0h tll wiliduw, carrie-l
ito Iine house, 11n.-1 'he obl pwople, fran
tic with grief n Ifill r, proiim-d to re
ceive him to tii lvnris if he would
only live. The docLor soon arrivoe, ind,
havilig drested t -.light fit-sh woutind
upoli his a1rm1, profnuued I hai in ire
Iegv-ri lti i4s now r eimra. i
is ono of tile h:f,piest it1i Withit filly
miles of Springfield --SjwingjicId (ll.)
s)im5 R.\NT NIi ii.I: I' ii.f.. ().:: a :* A .
O'Rilly), editor of tlie Nt-w York Gii
;q.n, who fougla throligh im war, as Ie.
sayVs, Lo pree'Crv e te ii U:ain an tht le
(Conti.iitan on. anid'not to est a bshi a tii i
I; I t ieSproti;im, is i,sc,,oiint.( very intli
ilbsconnizged and du~gisted'i with thie Jact.o
bitn inle at W.ashiitont. bike thiousai:ids
seemis to have detsplaired( ofi the lZilublic,
anti is re.ady for riti lyiuoe int the t
Iie that 'it couhd n~t p'n'sib'y he .oar the
\vorse. .l i hit last issuie, ho' sayvs
So) far as wve aire Vtcncerned,l the game's
ip ; and we go it. bl ind fort ani emlpli're.
The republic, on1ce eiit41Li(he'( efit .
ptublit';'' hinslost 'all" digitty untder' thle
rule now dotminant ill Coiigiress. Th'Ie
White House has been conveited by
Radical htacks intt n"species of comnbi
nlation. embl*aemtg prison, - WS p s ouw,
andl pillory. Then President of the Um-.
ted Sttates lhas beeni rolt en-e~gged, . peh
ed withi cabbatge stalWs' andt 'dead cat-s-by'
old Th'lad Ste veu,s antd his~ mv! midons
for over a year. l'aughi I lie ofTeneo is
rank and smlls I'o hetaven. D.et us
get dono1 with i;, and winh all it's odious
memrieiis at on1ce. rIo' ani Ci emperor first
pr'oclaimn himself and t hen proclaim- anl
Cmpirie, with ani armiy of t hree or foutr
hunndre'd thousand licks to sutia:'in his
th rone uipoti their bayon')tets. it is to tis
wvo are diftiing ;i nd nthier thian di ft, tti
any oc)i)iC, we pre'fr in to itit soil and
poi. or it debbherately. \V'e may not
be free any longter ;it ha nsder ni emipire
wo enn avoid beingiiit theo 'disgtsinitg
spetaele wo no present to' event atnd
all the naitions oif thi s earth.
BoUQUora.-Th'le lelgian florists are
saidl to practice a plan11 by wvhich hey
hiavo bouquets in fair condition even
in damip or cold weather, - for a wveek
or ten days. .Thcy chiange the waiter
iln which'they are kepts every other
day, cut of''with sharp scissors at quar
ter of an inch of the stemse, and pub a
pinoh of salb'and a grain of -.saltpite
ito the water. If' very much' fddod,
the stemns may be put into ht wvator
for a minute+- or two,. or' iftto-Iidgh
whies, cau-dd coluagno or ammonia.
'We have good reasotn to b'lie've-not
absoluteo authorit.y, hoiwever-.--thani. ,ieu
tenantlt WVilliam. T Si hermiani will, if
tion;.nid' becoinotaguip is.' civil - life, a
ho wMi in tho lato war, one of' the nob1dat
soldiere of the Union.
$o says the foqW :York' citizen of
Saturday. WVo had supposed that
General Shiormani had gono over to sthe
enemy. i " -
.A Western editqy:bs *pIced over
marriages nt outd representing a large
trap, ajprtng Wlth& tIs niotto--"Tfio
rap dlown--anotheor ninnyhiammer
fug1t I '1
A-Miser Dies Couting His Money.
We learn from Uen. Miller, one of
the most popular of the meniborsof
the Board of 86porvisors, the partiou
hars of the death of a rich beggar in
the village of Oreenbusli, naied
Fredorick W, Iowhl, which excods
in dramatic intorest anything we have
road in a long timo.- RowIll came to
Groonbush a fow wooks ago cloth'od
in rags, thin, omnniated, and appar
ently half starved,- looking the very
p oturo of poverty and wrotbllodnoss.
Ilis appearance was enough to excito
the sympathy and charity of every be..
'ho1dr. lie was an old man, bent
witih ago; 1Is hair whitoned with the
frosts of many winters ; dr'row, POv
e'ty aild misOry had evidmitly* bCoe
lo is complions through life. 'I'lhe
,iserable wretch secured a romi in a
t(lellielit h loume in- t -I villtge, and
was there attended for a tine-ty a
claritable lady, who brought him
food and otherwise adminijLered to
to hkis want.. Almost every day lie
old man wiould beg in the sticets, and
witi stiehi good fortun1e that aw often
as lie sought 111 il he returnedl to Iiis
lovol witl weill-filH-! poekets. Noth
ing was kiowni by tie villagers of the
li6tory it' tle old hq.!!,tar, but it was
uppoed b all'tlIat Le w:s what ie
FeeIIId, and to ruliove the d itress of a
1(tlow creature was believed to bo
their highelist dtiy. hit little more
th'an a week ago, (lie ol man disalp
peared The door of his room wais
IillStone(d,-atnl vey the kind lady who
h-given him food know nothing of.
his whereabouts.- Thm matters wont
fin until ki ombor 15,. when tho land
lord,.wlh i ,I aIlowed Rowlil to OcoUA
py-n re m - histonement, concllded
to hur olen -tIe d(oor, little suppos
ifig, nowevur; that in so doing he
would coloi upon a corpse of the old
bel-ggar. 1utt such was the c"so.
Stretclhed at fil longth, on a little
palled of straw lay the dead body of
tlie old man. lie had bn011 dead ap
pareitly more tliani a week, and from
la- maimer in which hak. netes)
I bonds, deeds and bank books were ly
ing upon the floor about him.. it was
v ilet tht lie beggar and miser had died
im a struggle counting his hoarded
wealth. In his boy fingers he held a
bank book showing a deposit of $700
n.h&anks at North Alains and 1rttA
liel, while two $50 bills served as a
pillow for his headh, and deeds of pro
1lrty in littsbrllg,GovermeniiICt bonds
to a umisiierable aioulnt wIere lyingl
upon the floor beside him. The scene
could not have been moro dramatic if
pvesentid 'upon tho stago. The ghast
ly, repulsivo features, tile tattered
labit of the miser, and the wealth for
which h1e had bartored his soul lying
around, formed at picture which nol,
even the milio sconlos. of th.O stage,
could rival In itonso" dramatic force.
It ereceded anything. the imagiantion
almost Otfnl conocive.
A G ~ios-r MYSTERY Ex'LAINED.
If startling piononimna wcro prompt
ly investigated by minds free
froml superstition and fonry occurron
Cos that appear to havn -a superiatu'
rtrlorigin'- wnw'h often findl an easy
SOiation. Jto'tfp Parsons used to tell
with great zest of an anecdote in his
f ra-vols wh-ich would have- irhd
food for' a whol comtpany of' village
If is wi, who see mied miucht agita t
ed,o wked him i One niight, at a villafge
ilm,I and told im~n ther- wan a. won
:itin jg at te f'oot of te bed kItittinog.
The ud ge sa1w the figur e na dlistinet Jy
is h i wife, but~ having no ihoughit of
a.uipernta tural origin of' vision, began
to spseculate Onl its real cause.- After
look inge .shearldys for some miniutes',
whik thih woman knitted on with
unrinled comnposuro, 1he wvas conifident
thlat ho 'could see therwall' through
her, anid she couldl newth'of6ro;' b'e
substantial fiosUi and blood. This
discovery, whiolinight h'avt afhriglht
ed weaker men, only aroused his curi
osity.. -lH at once-rose from' tho-bod,,
a nd walked1 t6'tb" foot, aar thWat no
one was there- the formi had vatnidh
Putting his head as nearly as possi..
ble' id theo-position where- lhe had seen
the womannu, thme my'st'ery was at once
explained. Hie saw a circular hole in
tIhe shutter-bbhind the bed, through
wic h rays of light' were streaming,
atnd going to this hole to look through,
saw a woman ln-the room 011 the other
side of the~ sti'eet kbiittinig. The nerves
of' the wife wvoro greatly soothed 1 y
this disceovery, aind the inquflisitive
spirit of the Judge was grat ifiod by3 so
simaple ani explanation of the appari
t ion. Ma ny' gh'ost stories could be
eamsily shorn of their apparently super
natural chaiuetoir by a cool and care
ful inlvestigatin--Wachand Rec
l'Owsao'F A Il6on'SE'Tm.-Th,ere
i:s on0 e rception thtat a horse possesses
to which but, litble attention has been
paid, and that is thie power of - scent.
With seine horses it is acute, as wvith a
dog, and for the benmofit of those that
have to drive at night-such as physi..
cians an. o'.bers-this knowledge is in
vninable. I n~ceoknew it. to fail, and
J'have riddmg htiimdi@dd of'iniks on (lark
nights; an,d in consideration'of this powV
er of scent, tis iq my simple; advice :
N'ever check your horse at night, but
'give him free head, anid you may rest
assured Utatle Wih'nomver got off thou
rodd. and wvill carry you (ixpeditionsiy
amnd safe.. Id~ 'regdrd to tho' power Of
scent m a horsu; we once know one of a
pair thati was stolEn and recovered in-.
ly'by thttraok boing made out by its
mate, and tht ant hoi had tiden absent
six lok eight hours.
Niever ont afriend's moat nd~ thon
blab the soorots of themagny
86nsibld, idling, lounging loafers,
"spongers" and $0ossips would do well
to rmnihnbeor tYie abovo -when "blabs
Buy Lorvl.:.-One of the (Iuerost,thir.gs
to think of iu after life is boy love. No
sooner dons a boy acqeire a tolorable
stature than ho khen;ris to- im
agine himself a mn161, andto apo in-mish
ways. I[o casts sido glances at, all tho
tall girls he may meet; carrie., a cane,
holds his head orect, and very soon, ihlis
in love-yes, falls is the proper word,
bpcanso it best indicates his happy,
dollrlbis self abasement. Io 'ives now
in a fairy region, somewhat collaterial to
tho world, and yet blend'd' somehow
inextricably with it. He perfumes his
hair with fragtant oils, scatters essences
over his liindkerchief, ind desparingly
skiaves andl anioints for a beard. Ho
qwotes poeiry i which 'love." and
''dov,"-an l"hnrt," anld "dar," pectn
liarly l-nrelomillate ; and he pluIlges
deeper ito lie dIlicoUs 1lyrmt.h, fn
cie.s hiinsel Cilled with diviiie aiatnA,
and suddenly breabs l ino a scarlet. rash
-of rhyme. Il1 feeds upon Ilie looks
of his beloved ; is ra-ised to tlio seventh
lieaven if ste ;peiks a pleasantL word, is
h,e( raved iao the Imost astollingiM
cestacit by- a 3nile ; 1d i' 4 pio I
iltto I.b l gloolies. rfi--Ion of, iioalthro
py by a frovn. ! whelieves liisif
11h0 most devotvd lover. inl lhe world.
There im-vi-r will be amothier- Irb. lie
is the (o-reat i.lolator. I[e (I.A s 11.onl
the flwI -r8L sh ats C;ist, a war ! Ile
elheri-hes her ghwv--a httle1 W01orn inl
tle finger, nI to lli l.ar. II 1 ppv!
happy ! luollih lby love I v.ih its j-W.s
an11d )is hopes, alil Is aus, its sorrows,
its jealouies, anl its- deli;his. it: ra-l)
Ltires and its tortitres, b1. ecstatic fervors
and'trrib!o hartL..heriring, its solemn
In(dierousnesi- ad' in tensely prosical
terrn'ation. Tlis discourses the local
ofthio Lyncliburg, (Va.) Ntws;
How'fin W m fA to.-U-H boards
at'tho Washington It->nsv, a Iliost hum.
ble and iprotentiois hostelry, ntear the
capitol, and lives pll iiear 'the roof, for
the special purpose of* avoiding call6rs.
It wa.3 thought he would he ":t home"
to friends and the pib-lic on New Year's
dAy, and hi.s accotiiodatinig hindlord
asked if hoe should nGt put hits room i
order for receiving complany. "Oh, no,"
said Ben, '1l dot want. any of heir in
le-rnal visitimlgs. .In gomg to lek Imilv
sulf in all (1y, atll if aiy bo.lv coies, I
wo'lt, be home. 'ePull 'hei !in.v: f"one
out.." Kid so he dl - tidi't make a
call or receive one.
Ilow m' Tzux.%r i s Fm -.:. N.-A
more fpt illst ratIN of Ihe btuer .ide Ul'
his nature Iay be f.md inl il remark
of Captain Neagle, of tie 'niigf K h inavy
who, w.len the King asked him how it
was that ie came to jinp overloard 1.0
savo a drowning man, replied : "'May
it please your Majdsty, I'd go to I-']
any Limo to obligo a Friciid." That's
jost, what old Ben would do. And, oin
tLh'o oth'er hand, he'd risk his hope of
It*avon (if he had any), to punish an
enemy. -.Mafck--Cichmati- UdSrmmer
WHAT OGHT TO jit DoNE WITIH
TI BuiiAu.-An old darkey from
thu country was obsorved a dayor
two agol intently watching the criowl
of applicaiit. for charity at the sou.)
house. 1'resently turning to a by.
stander, ho exclaimed :
"What ! dey don't food them big
striing men0 too, chi ?"'
''Yes,'' wazs thle replly.
" Well, who does8 that Il hing, I'dI like
to know? Who's at the head] of it F'
"Well, I swar thant feller on'ght to
ho-cli umg for 'cour .gini sick laiziniess.
I'ar ain't a man 111 haliir but what
coubel yearn a l ivin' if lhe's a inhd to.
'I'lic iiegro walked oilfin indigniatIion,
loa vmtg the by-standers impressed with
the trutit of' his remarks.
JEPI?ERSAN l)AvJs AND (F.N. IIAN
cocK< Ritoso Our.---T'he llepublican
State Committee of .Louisiana resolva
ed on the 5th, that we are in full symu.
pathip With' (.lngmess in its efforth to
onforoot theo laws, andl comipel public
oflicers,..cven. theo. 1rosidenit himnself,
to ub1Aysthbn thhta thb -cedra whioh
were given for JU,ff6rson Dayvis, -and
the siuutancous~ recognition"'of Geon'o
ral IIancook by the fire companies yes
tocrday,,worchisultinig to the flag of.
our counitry and to thb'gn)lit soldijers
wvho fouglit to dofoend it; that wo
rocommeond to Congress and GonorCI
Orant thu immediate removal of
General Hancock-; atnd that we regard
cheers for him aind Jeff. Davis by tho
51am.o mon01 a su.%eignt cause of remnov..
al. * en coral hancock and JoIforson
Davis were soon in the sameo carriage
Somebody shiot th7e dog bloh)inmg to
the ed't,or of thle I 'ri ncet on (Ky.) Pro.
t're*ss. i o e-ditor returns his thaulika an
follows :--"If thle two..legged, bob-tailed
dlog that shot our four legged loing-tailedl
dog on Tu'esdny niight last, wvill call nt
owr ofmie, lie can get his hilde-tantned
-i-muchhy. A ny' one whlo w ill w ait,
until a dark night to shoot a pup that
he knows wvold(n't bite any meat it
thinks'is alive, wouldn't hiesitte to steal
Blind George's last live-center, and kick
the old" darkey becauso' Congresa
couildi't by special oniactment makb the
aforesaid inadividual Ulind Georgo's equald
--nor wouhdn't dare face-a whihte cat in
a dark'alley with a brace of ton inch
navy siXOH and a' Alung albbt."
Th4xKs TO DEC IRMovE.D AND' OTHERSB
TO nxi INonx4A8ID.--Thie .Commlittee of
WVays and Means are said to hiave, after
consultation with Special (Iomissioner
Wells, arrived at thio.coonclusioni that the
Cull amount of revenue required for the
puirp'se of barrying.on the Ghottrnmet
can be raised fromi the following 'sourecs
--viz~ :diktilledI spirits, *50,000,000 ; in
comes, *30,000,000 ; tobacco, *25,000?
000 ; stamp tps $25,000,000;: liten.
ses, *15,000,000 ; receipts from sales,
etc, * l0,006,Op0. Tdna! $155,000,000
im exces of the 'amounnt, estimated to
be . requited for the pUtrpose 'qpeci
tealrao iU it high purspil-a
Let every pain send thee to the
doctor, every quarrel to th laiwyor.,
nor every thirst to tie dr-lj-:shop.
Men in lookiug at the faults of wo.
mun should shut their eyes.
A man set his son to studying law,
boeauso he said lie was such a trilcky
little rascal, and he wanted to humor
his chief talent.
Woman is tho' ot*I tyrant man
should not resist.
TPocArn the value of money, try to
IHEN A,xj Now -Farmers in 1776
-Man at the plow, wife at the cow,
girl at yarn, boy at barn, anid all ducs
settled. Farmers in 1867---Mat at
show,girl at piano, wife in satin, boy
at Latin, and ducS unsettled.
Oncor thing is an insurance policy.
If 1 can't sell it, I can-cel it ; and if
I can-cel it, I can't sell it.
You may.joke wlen you please, if
yku are careful to please when you
Jirigaimil Vounig 'ondlets his connu.
Iail afiriis on tle 1-1inli iple of' "'large
business and s~mu/ j,,fi?
What sculpture is h) a Ilock 111m1rblc)
education is to the human soul.
",1. wish'said an irate lawyer, "you
would pay a little more attention to
what 1 say.' "I amn." answered the
witie.ss, ''paying as little as I can.'
Aclergyman, coming out of the wa
ter with a-womin he liad baptised, ask
ed ter how she felt in her mind. lie
was not a little mirprised to hear her
Bcn&fits-likc- flowers, p-l.nso olly
Whom did Robinson Crusoc meet on
the desert Island ? A great swd1, and
a little Cove,c running inland.
Pay for your pantaloons ; don't be
charged for breeches of trust.
A savings bank, established by no.
groe.4, coltapsedi becauso the denosi.
tors withdrew all tc funds to attend
"Boy, whIero does this road go ?"
"Nowhere, as I know onl. It allers
Why is.-an eg overldoio like onle
underdone I 11ecause it is hardly
Why are most government oflicials
like postago stainps ? Because tlhey
are poor sticks.
Much benevolence consists i1 ani
ambition to distribute anothers
"Prido goeth before a' fall," and
Moni of the noblest disposition
th'ink themselves iappi6st-whIiel -others
sh'are their happinese with them.
When do we road of decaying na
ture ? When Alitunm turn the
.sn't a woian wet cnonth with a
catariact in her cyc; : watetrfall on lier
liead, a cre ek in lieri back, forty
spring~s in her ski rt, hiighi tied shioes,
anid a niot ion iinn'e head ?
A\ liodest wonian must oftenr niith
cr see nocr hear.
Who has ever' seen the cow that.
ever had calve~'s on her legs 7
Where is thme ideuntical nose of the
bollows that ever smel t a rat ?~
Wh!ere is the per-son who was ovcer
felt for by the heart of anm oak ?
Whlo has ever beenm pushed lby a
shoul der of mn t ton ?
PIULNNY PiiXrNs-A fashionable
partyt should be called' "'daughtercul.
Here's to later'nal imnprovements, as
our"deil'said when ho swallowed a
dose of salts.
Tur.P Al n.i's Pitoo.---Somo yea rs
ago a lFrenchiman,.whmo, hike many oth
er'sof''nis cout,rymmen,.had won a hi A
rank amuong-mlenl of 'scemute, yet dti'ed
the God who is the author of all sciene
was crossing the Great Sahtama in ci
panit withI ani A rabi guide.
iIe noticed with a sneer, that at cer
ta mi limes the guide, wvhatever obstacle
nighit ar;se pu,t themll all aside, amid
kniechmg on the burning rand, called en
D)ry af'uer day passed, and the Arab
never failed, till at tast, oniCeovening, the
philosopher, whlen lie rose fr'om his
kne 1se hinm witht a contemptnous
smile: 'llow do you knmow~ there is a
Goad ?"' Thei guide lixed - his~ hut-nin!o
eyd oni the scollor for' a imomient in wvon
dPr, and then said solemnly "I "low do
you know that a man and camel passed
umy hbut last niigt in the darkness ?
Was i, lnt by the point of his foot i
the sand ? Even so," and lie pinited to
the suin, whose liat rays wyere fading over
the lonely desert, "thatt footprint is not
that of man I"
To' euro heo aZn tholir eggs,
blow out-tho. conutentse of a few, and
fill the ornpty shell& wlth a paste
made-of. groundt' mu5tatrd and wvater
P'ut these in the nest,, and you may
rely upon a cure. IIbnue aro not so
profiteble to koop.after two years old,
and ,a neow supply hould be raised
Diggory ays lie always ros odis -old
age, exodpt when some Otto ch artshmim
with a pa ir of tough chickens,
What amount of Government funds
does a man-o'-war disbUn he h
"jpays cut" her cables ?
In pospoityPrepare for a chano
In adveit.y, hof> for* mge
SHIPPIRS OF COTTON, &ci
IV INNSBOKR to BALTIMORE,
via CHARLESTON, S. C.
TIE 1SPLENDID 8UleW STEA3IIP8,
PALCON, . . E. 0. REED, Commaudor.'
SEA GULL, , N. P. DUTTON, Commander.' W
Of large uarrying capacity, making- averago
triips of 65 to 60 hours, leave Charleston'
onco a week for Baltimore, and offer
superior facilities for through freights to
and from that port.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
Sipplity and Co nvissiow
3ferchant8i Union Wharaves,
-lalrleston, S. 06
MORBEI AI & CO Agents,
(Yorner Qacen and Meetini strcels,
CHARLESTON, S. C'
TIH POPULATh AND WELL
KNOWN HOUSE is now fully open
for tihe receltion of visitors, linving been,
refur,tilied witli No' an'd itl .gaut Furni
ture throughout; and owfers to to tr.veller
accomm,alodaltionls and con venliences as a First
Class 1iote0, 'lot. to be equalled by any North
r Sot.t. The patronige of the pibilo is
Hates (if B"al.d per day, $4 0)
" " anpor mnth ns may
a%gr,eed onl. JUSEP111 P URCELL,
feb 21'60-tI Propriotor.
THE WANDO COMPANT,
C1AIRLESI'ON, S. C.,
IS PlREPARED To FURINISI
Farmers and Planters'
.EXa .i .O'1. t< c,
C OMBININO in tho highest. degroo tlo
requisiteg for the largest yield of Col.
ton and Corn. Our friends who have tried
this FERTILIZEl1 give their unqualifial
testunony of its oompite-success it largely
iioreiasing tho yicld of' thir ci'o,s. Where
the applielition was doubled, the iliet'4so
of yielI was fully as great, and are asutd
tiat it im* proved for cotton '
Planters will find it advantageots (6 Wbtk
less groil;ll. to cultivate mote" tribmukbly,
and to apply liberally -a preparation suoh as
the abov'o. Our'
ARE AID ilNDElR TIlE-SUPEltVIS8ION''
Whaose reputnation ad skill ' nsuraes a rel.
ab11 a idle. .W e have no hecsitation in st$t.
ing that in-oua t tadard mianuaro the public
have a LliUfl7lTILt which will givoe the
mo ,st satisftacto;ry results. .Wocaim' that,
at. lhe same co:st per nere; lhit article will
do beattecr t hn PElt UV'IAN GiUANO,' our
fnlends writinag t hat Gutano loses its of.
feets umpon llhe plant. generally> aibil: thec
beginnting of Sept etaheor, andi sustaining the
plan31 nii a green andl healthy condtitlii na
iil killed lby frost. Directions for the" usoe
sent with shijiments. Price $tl5 dollars per'
A SUJPEIO A RTIULE
PURE BONE FLOUR:
AlWVAYS ON HAND'
3 I! TON 0ij 000O0 'POI;NDS,
J)1%U.ilAN (IUA NO, dlirect from" Agents
- at. ialrket rAtos.'
Sioluble Piacific Gtina, 97 cash, $80, 1st
Noyvenber. with CeVCn per' cont.- interest,
approved cly acceptance.
iaugl's Pisosphiate of Lime,- $60 cagh,
$tJ5 Jst Novemtber, wha sevon p6r Onut, in.
torest, approvedl city acceeptanee.
Phionix Cuano, 655 -casha, $95 Jst No.:
vembler, with seven por'e'tt' ititerest, api'
prioved cit.y acceptance.
Flour of ii sie, uanadulborated and
Farmew'c Pltastor or'-Qypmsum, warrdtiled'
In offering (lao abovo mcanures foplantero,
I do so ,willh every contidonco, not, onu - hav.
ing testiunoulais -fromt planters who have
us8ed them; the past year, but (the furlther
guiaranatee that every car'go, as it arrives, as
naalyzed bsy Professor Shepard, of tlao
Souath Carolina Mevdical College, and thle -
haigha reputation of thesoe manures fuilly kepLd
up--J. N. RLOJISON
1 and 2 Atlantic Whlarf, Charlestdns, &, C.
RLUII TO VLE~AD.
Stateo or Sonth Caroliua, w
IN rHfE Oo~IlN P'LftAs/
Thds. J. Chalk, vs. Di. J. 1Iyhil A ttacha -
W """"^tlAS'ho P'-instiff did on (a 1th '
dTtay of Octqber, A. D). 1807, file his
Deolaration against the Defendaint, who, (ai
i1'is said) is absent'froa .and without the
limsits of this Stat andl has neIther wifoner.
at torney. knowA-wthity.-the oanto upon who
aeop of, the said doolaration might..be '
It le thiorofore ordoled, thtat thec said be. a
fendlant do appear and pload to the said do"
olaration on or before the 27th day of Obo.a.
bor, A. D. 1808 other wise -final absoluto
utdgmnt will thena be ivenl and awardeda
t he U ainitiagaiinst dm
Clet k's Ofiee, LWN .0
Wilnnsbore- 8. C., 20th Oct., 1867...
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