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When 4ro we happiest ? When the light of
Wakes the young roses from their oriison
When cheerful sounds upon the fresh winds
Till man requlms his work wih bitter zost,
Whilo 1ho bright waters leap froin roci to
Are we hIppiest (1hen ?
When are we happiest? in tie crowded
When fortnue smiles, and flatterers bend tho
flow soon-how very soon-such pleasurse
flow fAist must. falsohood's rafibow-coloring
Its 1-oisoied flowrots loave the sting of
Wo aire not happiost then
Are we tho happiest when the evening
is cieled With Its crown of living flowers ?
When gooth round the laugh of harmloas
Anid when affection frot her bright urn
Her riohet bain on the (Mating heart ?
Bliss I is it there thou art ?
Oh, no I not there ; it would bo happiness
Almost liko lloayeti's, if it might always
Those brows without one sha'ding of dis.
And wanting nothing but oternity
But they are things of earth, and pass
They must, they must decay I
When are we happiest, then ? Oh, when re
To whatsoo'er our cup of life may bring?
When we can know ourselves bt, weak and
Creatures of enyth ! and trust ione in Itim
Who givetlh ill His m1erey joy ftn( pain
Oh! we aro happiest then I
SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE
Sx'TY FIRST DAY.
A bill to regulato attaclhnents wits
passed. Its principal foaturo is a Claius
abotasing the p of distress war
raits for non-paiment of rents.
The bill to regulate the adiission of
attorneys, solicitors and cotnsellors to
praceto il the couirts of this .3tate was
ailso passed, none ol its objectionable
features having boen olinmted.
A. resolution was offered, to authorize
the Governor to call tho next regoilai
session of the General Assembly to ineel
in tho city of Charleston. Ordered foi
The bills to organizo the Supremin
Court and to "suppress insurrection'
Woro passed, and, pending tLh con.
sideration of' the bill to fix tho salary oi
the Attorney-0eneral, the Senate ad
II0USIe, 0F RMP WRSEN TATIVES
iills "to regulate olections and plan
isl abiuses of ite electivo franchise,
ind] to incorporate the Wando Amininp
and Manufacturing Company of Charles
ton, were each road a third time and
The Senato bill to guaranteo all ptr
Sons in l fle enjoyment of their civi
right,, which is the loau adoptd b
that body ts a substitute for the fivnori
"discrimianation"' bill, canmo up for a see
onid reading, but, was, Oin motioni, post.
ponedt unttil to-morrow, Eo as to get back
tilo originatl bill ond consider t he tw<
together. it is probablie t hat the1 whok
subject-matter will be laid on the ta
A bill w-ts passed to aiuthaorizo thy
Governor to miako app>mnt ments of Lenm
porary magistrates .It gives imt tht
power to remove anly o( the mngisitrate
no0W mt commission, wvheniever, in hmn
judgment. it is niecessary to (10 so.
The (Chathalm Itail road bill wm~
passed., finally, after striking ottt the'
provision which requlired the comnpa ny
to commence grading the road at th
Columbia end of the line, simultanieous,
Iy with the grading at the Italeighi
Tlho rest of tihe day was onumed int
grinding throtugh the militia bill, or, as
it shoul' more p)roperly bo ntamed, 'nt
bill to violato the provisionis of theo Con
stItution of the United Suates, by per
footing the organization of a standino
army in Souith Carolina.
.11U8E OF? 1LEPRIEEN l'AT1VE8.
A'lilll to regulate (the sale of spiritUotta
cho Senaohilto rvent dliserimninationi
between persons, on aiccount of race, color
or previous condition, came tup for conside.
(ion, incoinnectiont with the Hlouse bill on
the same subjeet, wvhiich had booni retutrned
from the Sotnate, at (lie requet of tlhHoutse.
A violent discttsuion enstted in te pro
gress of whilth Whipper, E'llloh., Boxemnan
and other nogleoes, all imported African
c arpet-baggers, took extreme ground In
sutpport of what they winnod thme black man's
rights-meaning, thereby, the right of a
nigger toooopy the same pew in chaurai
*oop in thoe saine room, and eat~ at the same
table in a hotel, rIde In the same ear, &e.,
with a white man. Under the pressure" oi
the pntrty whip, in thme hands of such inoon.
diaries all tbe negro member., with the
exoept on: Yslentido,- of' Abbevilo, voted
for thowIlb1. W9utso bill, wlulbh meant
exoauly w h&thppeir ahd his cos!freres con.
tended for, vit: absoluto social egnality.
.in this they were sustained by suchl
whito ofilco beggars an the fat boy
Jenks, and the tmiscogenattomast as Roy.
A~okson; bitt the nmoremnodoete whuitt
radicals, as lArritor, Hlydo and Stoeber
repudiated thte infamotle doctrino e. It
b)y no means likely thtaLtheo Sonato wilI
concur mn thtis action of the HQuse, as
there is conlservatism enough, oven -it
that hybrid aisseumblage to. prevent th<c
passage of thie bill.
'niilto regulate attaohiments.
4 t~l.o extend.th,o time in wij1el
qg 9@B cors mAy qualify. T1his bjl
, ~passed, adI ows all offi corsvtgirl
tIt~~ of annery, within 'whiOh 't<
IIOUS,. iO IOF' RESIGNTATIVES.
A. bill to )rovide transportati6li and
a suit of clothos, wholn ncessary, for
0aChcoriut discharged from tho ' Puni.
tontlary, was passod.
A rosolation was offered, to pay Jildas
Moses four dollars extra per dieml, since
tie Collnelmeeleit of the nessionl, in
colsiduration of his distiingised servicesa
as Speaker; bit it was afterwards -with.
drawn, on account of its doub6tfill un.
constil,ntionality--it ben iuderstood, t
however, that Im shoul' receive his
"thirty pieces ofsilver," in the Siapm ofh
The Probato Court >ill was pass. a
A Iso a resolution to adjoutirn oil the
TIro rest of the sossioi wais cbirlv de- ol
voted to tho discit-i-sioin of a bill to
amn1ed the charter of the Air in I Rail
road. It proposes to porit the com-l
painy to receivo subsenlpLions in :,1 or
labor, and tO issuc mreferred stock to the
amount of l1,000,000. It fiially pass
ed, biut not witholt 1)itter oploition,
prudicnt,ed ovtnsibly on the indisfpo1i
tion of ite Itouse to entertain now rail- Li
road matters at this last stago of. pro. e
Ceedinlg s ; bit re//y, We opire, on the
lack of I hose pay-amin consitcretions
which attachied to the Ubatham Itail
Tile miliLious bill Was mado t,b .
special order for to-morrow, at I o'clock. '
Corbin gave noticC of a bill to provide
quaraltilro service for (ieorgotowil
Charleston and 1 lifton I [ead. '
A bill wias introduced, aut.horiziig
the lease of tho Sa1Inda 1Turn1pil.o and l
directing the disposiuon of thu rental
Tho bill to quiet rights vested iuder
military orders was passed.
The Sotnato was eccupiid i ealy all
day in Lheu consideration of a bill to va- L
cato and set aside thu jidgImets of civil
courts and to stay proceedisiii upon tho
saimo in certain cises. it allows p olns
igainat, whoi judgments have liveei ell
tered up between the 20t,h of 1)i-cintbr.
1800, anil the raLifleaLion of titc new
CoiLstittitiol, o suO for the.ir vava iOn ol.
to lave pIociedmi-1.; lit,opp1ed, if it cMI
I showi mt Lliit 11h4!v Iv...ihel fiom i
apprehoit"Onl, thle ab.ullco o! p,ropwer
notice, &e. The mauier w alidy re
flrrd to the Jid tCi: y Conlmlit.tic.
Toiinsmon introdtic4-d at bill 14o Pro.
vidu for thu reel, of the po()r of Ci.al,.;
Ion, i appropil . int .s 1 0,00 0 ut for 1t
Tho eport of tho Connittee on Privil.
egos and Eect.ion8, in the case ol t h con
. . 't1
tested vlection of Ropresentatives from 0
Alidersonl, calm u ats a spci. order.
The report which .( -eollinlmbd4 that a1.
now election I. ordlrn!d, was laid upon
the table, a1d allresolutioni was pmAssed d
La1rinig th SiLl i 1uiibi-re, who an
Dvitiocra.a, Ciitiltled to their se:ns.
A imlessaPSg01 was ieiCi eilrom thile
Solnate proplo.ingi to g) intLo anl tl(W0ion
1n .\b>nhlly :wxl, fuor a (:irenill Jmdg-,.
to take th place of Geolrge \V. \V1
liais, dvclined. Coniciirrled in.
A bill it) providu for mu11icipall (h'1
1ins throlughou1011t. I he S1ate, on1 the sI
d-.Tueday in November, was pa
'he (Iovernt seilt in a iun a
aitnottintg his appr)ovalh of Liho ooin g
A ni Aet to proide for the asse.wnenti L
an td col lection of tax\e.
An .\ et to) prioide for theo temiporiary
org:uniiza' 0io ie idm na I )epari,
menli, t of his State.
Ani Ac:t to chiange thle CountyV seat
uI fleaufort to (Ulhlisoniv:ile. 'P
Anew.. aippror.iiationt bill, cov erin iii
$7 0,0300, wvas read a first time.
Thius body' was oeenpied in passinig to
siecontd and thind reailinge, hilts hiereto.h
lore nou)Lced. Th'le only1> ting of interesi t
whIi ch trianisired wats tihe repori)t. of lhe
speI comint tee, to whom113 hail been
referred the resohntion oll'irejl a few~ days
ince, by laniidolph)I, in -elerece~ to
Senator Le~sl ie. TIhog) eport recoinmnend
ed t hat Leslho be repirimianided andi ex
pelledi. Its consideration was postponed P
nmtil half-past 1 0 o'clock, tomorrow,
(Saturday,) at which timao .leeslie wiaj ..
maike his dlbe. nL'
A SwY.:Tr Ltv"ri.: CoNy'.:NruiN A L
A SwaVei' (CANutnATi:.--The IRadicals
held a Congressional Con ventioni at ba
(i'rangc on the 3d of Sep'temnber. It
wals composed of Walter Johnson and
Petticoat, A rnold, of this pIlaco - Sam
Smith, of' Coweta ; a man namol Cu..
piid, from IIonston, and1( a man namned
IIarrison, who represented Tidbot, coua
ty by proxy. On motion ofthe pro.ty
nuin, old Caldwell wvas nomninated for
G~ongress, and Walter, and Cupid, and
Potticoat, aind Proxy, andI Sam mado
speeches, and tho "enthusiasm wYas un.
bounded," anid old Chorokee thief Cald
well aceptod. McCormick a crazy
.Radical from Weost Point, is an indc
pondent canididato. lIe is not guilty or
anythmgn worse than3 burning a hiotis.
Old bakt well has beeni known to stenl
chiek'ens, to live in auiltery w..it h a drabi
In Nowmani, anid to kill a ~m3uatto girl
in, an alt.tempt to deliver her of a bastard
of his own biegetting. A tid t his is not Li
ell' EOpthvoll was hero on thc night o) c
theo killidig rAushbuirn. Ifk and W\ooid.
field and 0. WV, Parker ran,iaway im13me
daitely. Cald well wrote a letter to thle
Now York Trlibune, clharging. te mtr..
dor upon theo editor ofihis paper. TPhie
oviden)co give.n upon the uilitary com.
mission at, Atlanta describos CalkhvellI
exact/y as the man who (lid Lh<i shooting h i
ait the side door. AVhlon wo get courts ItI
and law in thtis coutntry, if Calidwell does ni
not .followy Yoodfield 'and Partker, we
widluhave this caso investigated by a
gr.mud jury.----Columb1us Sun. n
Butohoers do not. "drena t o kill-they o
kill to dross."*
Extravagaut Domands of Froodmon,
From a :lottor receivod from a plantur
Hed River, who expects to miake
>m1 0o hundrod and thirty to one hunl.
ed and firtv bales of Cotton, tihe New
rAns iityOne .leiaris that as soon aa
3 aads had piCked out twelve
ies, they all qulitted their work and
[!it to tih, Preedinen's B3ireati agent,
d deanllded six blales [ of it to ho set
)art to heill, witllouit goling oil to pick
at, the residlie.
To tLhis tho ptiter objected, that
(,iv colntract wis to pick out, tho wlmItl
op .ad that. hmll wouid bc their's, an%id
it I bey coutld Il, dotanid anv uIllil
vws galwt.de . The bom'ls a.m.1t
ree with hi m ill ti s view "1 1114. i fit,
t t, ta* ti l ti ' ' a-dr<id rO wv .i1 i11
Inpic te it, .11al tOil have O.i w divishil
elop, to wli(:Ill lhi(,y ;ri. (:llirbd.
NVU havu ivV-F :,i'va iit. ill tiw..;
l'orts to maimk vearlv contlracts with
,etll ilm nt lil i :t I I, w it b ;' 1 inade 4il
u bo>is ofih adi-i frni,b l urhm the
a anld wa. '.' ;t itt ' 1 4ol of it, oW of
ai t alatmel (-.t all I ,li -l 'ol. or ol.herwise.
I tily evett lIl.h r i.; 4isaligre.-Ill.ent &L,be
Vee:I tho ellld,yer :01 his handA, vith
f i Mlack or iijiuio,ll; wogt ,ii ,I or
'calist tll! rUW11L w a l a la Ibor .r- Ilkow% ina
I i I Ig. Stiilh Uuo le o villillovinvilt,
onld be un.a%tist.,ry wit 1h wh:it
en, alt1l muLat Iv .i-riallv So whure the
relss aad iplov ident inl-gro ii coa
Te thUa.1t0 olo of elliiplomvllont. is that,
lich is everywhelvre ua.,ti w('re labor
ei11plovd, evell ill the mloA. delvm:;a tte
antactcring. . whert skilled.handk inut
a aoreinittingly lept it wvork to col
te lona IsrocYmy of st iletta 'e. ISt,
lould suit til t',m lo vr, 6r,becatus I
al al imis i ea ml an' I'm wlwntever'a thea
tier l remaois or tlalilmts, atid beeaise,
I he pmys ny tuin atter a- lm omildav.
ia lay's, or 'I, or maolnillh's eamph y
lent, az Ie m'aay bt hired, and gives
ill lo ra iutlls, liv i-a l tder Ito ob|h a
oils to litl bor .1 i a ai hi''tHai,
wVu him oittm e or 1-1w- ota ithal
Sotler ciLiZt.:-'. att M aa 111do-rundviat of
O lt LIw o'.llor' hoal.ll , kiott lald
tdit htoi labaer i :llwa vs Certlll of
'oak, oi l ' I a coat illa ce f it, all a.S
t Catl lm ta11i-1p tr and bt-'tar wvith catA
ol! ln l :mit, 1u1 .ani l rai,o inl l;l ; a r
en pamchl:I!il p'lultry yard n,l ll ,-0
eq s fil hiz; :,1up1port, hw leari... haba its of
'rifi :11a1f IflmaneY a;v'ing %% hich are of
a.lable tal ilam ' t, lita.
t is ohjee'ted tait a mar pl rat d-"amire
)elltiVate largp tlsof Mu atf thIa
wvi'.mn anls are not :1(1 41n:1o to pa i
I caslh for tIe libotr iamy gt I But,
i-ith diverr,ifying thei;r crops audi raisi,ig
ach thing, as I ri ind Sweet pltn,u
Uit.1, turnips, .nal 11. nu ran, eWwhieb
ill com into marktt. at iervals
11roughot, tho year, thley call mlect a,ll
le."e eurrent den llm ids, :111d a%til1-.vind
f tle year you ihave hllm procded:i ol
ir cotton erip come to thm in c sh,
lie mat away or a xpetidwl in thet! cu1l
Va t ii of t ir jhutatiin-the noe of
uprotaved inachvfintery', etic.
(h ol it ;-.- mt :aaiacia4llt0. v.4 woul
e lound in thl late-it.ilA1 whiib at will
rill"" upw; Ili: I.Ixy anld imiprovib-it
a' ~ tafor it li-a '. wi,m . I i f' ei
>'faht, lotr, Ily wald b hin. vm-l.
Tvh(V. There maight bw hai-s lamd p1latt.
I i co:ton ; there mnigI.:, he fewemr
aMids ila cow;11it. e:nlonvmaet b1t,
'omal awho1) neelied tale af an 'im
lddm att.an ttY ilma gt t) tiii. vid.m:
laiclh thm in-t''.httent woumli tmpmmam iand
ira a1lamhey wmotuld i;tmtfd m fmick outla
a-ld, or do anyl otiwr wailki tfheym amiht
'T i t. h a nwhhfe ao
ildu.:latld all mitt'r the (civdifzmed worball,
rid it is thec oaadym wm'ay m whIieb is satfea mar
uast coama to it, here.
How .mjP.:e. mat ('mlN fxm. iM'p.'ma
ti.- Thel'ai ( i.alipolais /)/ jmah-' , mt ai'm'mwer
>It hel hage tat in a':l-cas a amunl ii pooril
L' eilmt, lie taxmed, iftlm isiltmws how''m
ve ati fmetek of mtent,~ puasel bmm ~a
>iot' anl to aid ina afdig 1.; fei;tivo
rt!e chtildr'en, 1 i o 'd, tom .ai i at ttmlt
te mlter'estail lte anatatxmd bondsml.
Si as the /J'~aatch:
"ThPIe cornt iaroa my wich'I thfat Pemk min
enl wats atma w''as raisd. t,. taxed.a hutat'
o)wedm by~ a taxedi plow', drawnt hy tax.
1It(ho-r.' b;ithaad wohIr taxed-a gars. IIt
as- htoed witha a taxedl hotu, cubliva ted
itha taixed aimph-maats.i . thered 'ti w it .
rtown''l mio ai tatxed. (rib,i4shelled ona- a
xt'd amtachaintae, masu aared it ali taed
easuret', taiken ill a ta xd nel.ttk atida
ounld tnat itaxmed mill, sieved wmmitht a
xed slouve, mt ixedin t a aed han, tar
ad wmitha a tax.ed spoo a, siahed wmitha tax
I. at, pult inato a Iaa:ead batke pail. batk..
I ma a taxed stove', hitd out1 onl a tatxed
atte, cuat wmitha a taxd kni ttfe, atal las:.
catena by a preucty hecavily taxed
m"ffl it woro not,. for the taxe.i you
m.ldl buy a biushel of maeali for whlaat that
ack ostr you. B3eides,- it i- not on'
lat ailone Lhatt yott tare tax'ed, buat iupon
(ery tholag )oa htavo to buyr. A ponda
Stigar Costs onlIy 3i to 4I cenig, bait y'o
rtvet to payV fr'oma 16 lo 20. A p.oundl
Scoflte 011ly coit s 10 centis but, yout
ave to pa 30, atnd im?mit costs yotu three~
drtelid d.olhtars a yemar to.upotyr
mly, you a afly saty on0 hatl' of
ula taix. Now,'m' is it Il anywoinde.r Ihat
mes~ are-a hard- atnd tha~t v'o'u fiand it, dile
th, to livmo ?"
T.hae cor'n cro0p of K(en tutcky tis
~a will beota unusu.ally latrgo, reopot.ts
omt all over' theo Stato inadicatinig an
orcase overi former years.
Thae foot of tho Ventus do Me'dlici is
longth (uno-so'voath theo height of
aq wholod figure, tad int widtht a littlo
A dimeiulty ooourrod in a (jicin..
tdi citundry on Fraiday ovoinag be.
vo@hitvo moet, onto of 'mhtoma ran. theo
her-through with a batr of r.ed hot
And Still thoy qomo,
Wo givo a LOW ioro extracts this
.morno1111g, showing how the tido is setting
mn tho North west:
v. m. Poi%vare, E;sq., of Palmyra,
Missouri, Circuit, Attorney !or the Six
ieclith Jiudicial Court, who lihas hereto
fore acted with the Itadical party, has
taken i decided :aiil agamst iho de
structivo policy and ieaslres of tho
present ruling dyn:isty, and was al.
IoIIIMed for at speche at a Demouratic
thller ing at 'ah11yra onl tI.e night of the
'M ll tilt.
Anolu.r Wisvo4Ilinsin oil, 1 lrIVU and
palrione soliir, '41i -l.1 I). S. Ciris,
hicrtufole a Iip bil,livall. 111. piblishud
a enthing revi-w t.f I(:mlical p-di-y, and
:11InIoII(Aed his ahm, Imen ;of ta t'fol
.\l isial (Iodin., (df I n ilana, v. cor
at, bargo oIn th 1v .-I.'(l,ical tICkVI. ill
18 G1, who situmlped the1in4< that,ya
to Ine v illiivint. vdificatiol of I jL-1116
hecanls, hIas eflln.d a moIIAs t t.iaic
ll<tkvst. afraint Rulik-alis,ll : d gUt i
(nIlisiastically for Scyllm ilr and B lar. -
The olor'/1,n,1iL4l (- i l di
tr, 1., varly a-ts A pril It', 1807, tint .
(tell. Granlt. ui his first. choice for)I Pres5s
dent,--lieause the Golneral lu no.t.
"Ilailtained lis po.iticil itidepenido et,"
but yiel ling to it, coqtllrlly v of Ihe I
vAl party, "hs f1a111lle at willilfg victim ith
its walitoll 111" has1abadoelld hli
.IIppr tit, and linked its fortuines with te,o
I W m. It. Jonlistonl , of' Altl
g4hany county, Pvim , formetly ia Radi
enkl oithLi strollititA kin, ha1 Como olit.
str l for flor St-yinotir atid 131.j1% 11;
111h. a ohmllcralit.i specech inl Pittsburg
1 11w inghts sinleo.
Tie iitoi./ alt!rman tdil
paplrlts expir4lm Conseqpenco of the
defuctioik of I rksp in t - (ermnani s of
the city, who tIve heriolore acted with
ier in )111 Wau-.o n iIe it Iedt diw
WIidl. tw we-k. hvk Radica Ipa-1121 VI 1
tI)l('r,-J tile 1)5 W Ii!M Sl llWt $LiU l IO Ii
G nil i y i l pll b, Ill, S'rs111 . i ll
part-i ofle cutmttry the 11.
mocracy t.hal w%V -m.tI,t finid rouim to
print. thii, IMIn. .
'il'he It /"/)I 1y. it a I:Ii tihe1
mul's of fie i wh1wa ll Ib ica ft
(.i.y wh.]o harve j )Ined Seymiout and Bl1air
cllb,, and wil votv Itle il tire t -me o.
rati f tickel 11Ow 1im -N I eh.uhlln.
'Thu. Grevinsbm:( biin a -; oasit(r,
ha luhist(d thie "-eymiour anil Bllair
Slge A. S. lbakel, of Gos[o e., findi.
1li,iher-to at lvadinlg kmelicall, Iully3
ab1noll s r at)Cllilt ".lt h , t tit comIIevs
otI fo r Sey mour:-a II,II.t l iIr.
I oln. John A .\aison, '1 formerl' y a
Whlig Canldidalt. f.r (G,vernor oif i ldi.
tn., Inl opposii i .luo,lo.hi .\.. \V rig ll,
and lite y 1 11adi-al ip l ic I Ini
itl public spoAIh 1.14tillced t i nte-ll
onll o rtilpll1, S: oileo Iui iladBlir as
te Ohly way\ of' reAtorinig peact to Elhe
Aucure arranig..mvints awe now onl r6ot
b1h Ill 11 i nll mocraIs or War
b:aihl, '11i1114sz-mu, LoS14,r1 a1 hvu. 1)ent,
'rahio pape, ill tbat' (i'Y, (1f' 11i %vic
llro wi, 1, , rpl-nn1/ vll -t t IdIar idf th..
1''alibaiih /lpira, is to bu h. edi
o r. roV.n r wv'H I no wnII as
Ione( of* theu a blest, -Ind -spicle-t w r-itevrs
Ill Mium-sla, ami, 11un1il th ni omiimaion
(if nil a l Ifoe, .. S. .a :..; " hinn
ocilierif eve h-ser. ibi pha.y we8C
tme th'es of eForty Dihrict,e bho
intral til 'ivest0 vtaoewt t'aeop.'
A gition,ma woare tarnstoy wfrk-d
ing the 'sc'ecs of S ttvmOlou n
Atheovol.-The lion1St. hrlesty ro
'Whatdm is thattyo Irturicl tle.
gtioering ;domnts toCdI th cthizns
'restlemen to tie 'Jon"eir. 1So-and
ofenrgitiameil y,u lr honorbd
aou ths. Tuhe, bater-a yhd, hlad.
anitte .llow--- 1) oleeil petito. of
miltia 0011 frtto.resom in digh
ftate tol ynounre ath la .iings,l
anh ante od'i'." tech
Arnw a~lll fmuch.ays A-a maner
thoesne dito seroin th themolk tof
e:mvlrstion on -whe hildesre asid
inast.ell :swe ohlesgoy
"Mammyeo, ait we sad, morenowc a"
l'etr ingtou o i/ mrutmean v.
pup /'--Kutcdtoche Times
Thad. Stevos-His Bright Side,
The following is from tle Now York
'ribune corrospondent's recolletLions of
the lite Thad Steveis:
"My father, you -seev;" said he, "was
not.a well-to-do man, and tho suplport
a.d educati$m of the failily depended
on my mother. She worked, night and
dty to edic:ato m0. I was beeblo and
lnio i my yonth, and as I coildi't
work on the fa4rm1, fho concluded to givo
mile an oducalton< I tried to repay her
aherward, but tho debt of a child to his
mother, you know, is 0110 of th1 debts
We CnIII 110v pay. P(Jor woman ! tle
very hing I. did to gratify her most,
iast ned her dleath. She s vtt'V
prIlud of her atiry .1n1d Rind of her cows,
and'rollo Ight, going out t. look ro'
thei, 3iin fen anil inmjmtid ii.,rslf so tiat
sim died soon ater.
I hleard the fact nitionicied that, M\ r.
sm-viqns bhall oll one occasionl LqI.I
S10,000 to t.e Ioor of I mieasto-r C 1tl
Iv, :1d I asktd h1in aboti, tbe 1ir1t h of
Oh I it was not Irln," he aid. "I
have never been able to do ainy Such
llng. I hav bten a /Y l/- inl evI-T
Itlng. I have failedf lfnemtly thitee
tiilm.s. Tho first was i1hir'1olgh going
ba'd adI -geilrl.y, atiI il'brolk, )ny a very
fine practice, I inal i lli Aduis connll'.
Tho second wats through the citrelessneSs3
of a-partier in some iron millk. N otes
werf! presetied to III- fr pay iient wIich
I had never executed or known ol. I
we-(it to my partner and asked how it
was. Ho explained trat he iad bon
fosing mioley ror1 1ome thile, olit as he
had indticed me to embaik ill the enter
prise fth had iit tile courage to tell mo
of' tle losses, and hIad sigied the firm
nmlne to notes withou. consulin MP.
'WelIl, i satife 'whlat's to be donle 1.-1H1
began to 111.1ko a piteouls m1onit.h, but I
cut him short. '1 dot't come to up
braid you.' I said, '1 come to get at the
facts.' I look"'I over the books aml saw
wc were die-ply involveid.. Then I
said hill, 'Youl take the worke, and
p'ay all clainms, releasing ilt i (at rely.'
I it! <Ihliled, and I at, once said, 'Thienl
I. will:' anItI it. was tkua th- Iron works
near Chambebrg i icame into my pos
Session. The tlird time I filed was
Wiei thei( rebels btinied the.,t wor,-ks.
My friends in [Iallcaste'r andti els'whe.'r'
IaiseW'd ab1otut *I oo,oo, whihIl tey ten
dh.red to t., bit, I declinied it.. and i
welit to Litn l'oor Wtui, bmt I dlid nolt
give It.. I mnag I!d to 'Lt, di-ollg iy
1101b61t, and havo niever, advnalla
tag' of a bntirpt, liv %V-.
1Ie evideitly had sotie fv'iig on
t 1s t'.te, aid I asi,keti im his \iew\'s
on1 itho blnkirt,hILkw.
Ill, said, "4persomially I fe'l
ttliL 1n ecrv-ifors are 'lt., Ionl,r
l'y titer worldly go-0od.-;. i.o iy labor
m1111 1 aln dvad. 11Il i my1h-h *1!u- not
p"dtfIln-i'. I the Ilnkrp lna of anotlier
world will cance them."
A SUCCiSSION Oi 1o1noR-1---ilie
Old prow.rbl Chat "m isf'ortunlles nievetr
come singly," was Ciiiously illiit-.at
(it in I'lglanid during tile week of tle
Abrill ",zliray disaster. While
tle frihfu details of' thitsi.-Ijla"lter
were ft'd reht'.'e. of' talk ill,itcr i
its cit izenis were statletd by ank eixpll
t3'on ltwhich1 killed foir ml1en on tle
spot, and so fealTully wounded sixteen
inlorie tlt twvo have since diel, and
one of the mio dlesten-- tie storm
the Northiwesterni coatsLt f'iigla.ntcl
andt' strlewd it with w~recks. o g'io
Vent andi uneixpceted w~as the gale,
tha:1t w holet Crews werhe lost, andii ioti
left t o tell thie story. Theo extent of'
thre loss of' life will probably nev~er be0
kniowni, but11 it was cerltahinl fy veriy large.
Such a r'apid( succession oth'ior,is, all
occurini'Ig wi tin thr iee (lays, has na n
ral ly created a pt'of'ound setnsation all
b ia /Atni learo ins t hat a jurry of' in
gntost wais held(1~t if a mburig-, S. C, oh
.nmoi'ning of' the 1 5th, b'y Bienjam in
Hb -rd, Esq~f., iINgistrlkle, nocting as
Cor'oner', Onl theo body of Spenici' Sales,
ai freedmantti. It aippearis, fromii tl
uit., at 3i o'clock, A. I~ wont in) the
garden of Mr. Sitmiuel Shaurpton,
where lie cut oflfsome cabbages. Mr.
Shanrptoni, without knlowing who it was,
.shot at hiim, and' wounded him inathe
hond andit armsl1. After suffeor'ing so
vorl'Cy ft'oim the wounds, ho expired
Monday night, at 10 o'clook. ThIe
verdict of '(lie jury was that Spencer
Sales came to his death fi'om gun-shot
wounds, bolieved to bayoe boon firod
by Sauel Thar'pton, and that they
rogard the said Samunel Sharptona as
jiustifiablo boforo the law.
GENERAL. ELIsoN OAP'Ens.-On
Sunday moern1ing last, the Right Rev.
Th1lomartF. Davis,. Bishop of t.ho Dio..
0080 ol Shni carolina, or'daiaetd ars
a mnriqtcr .Rev. Ei'son Capors, late'
Brigadier General in the Confederate
artmy, anid conferred upon him full
rn.:m'sterial atnd pastoral functions of
the flpiscopal Ohurch .-- :Car. News,
Matritioney is hot buckwheat
cakes, warmi beds, comifortrablo slip.
pors, stmoking ooffeeo, i'ound arms,.red'
lips, kmnd words, slh'rts exulting in
buttons, r'edoeod stockinigs, boot
jacks, happiness, etc. H'urrah !
A well-known lawyor had a horse
tiat'always stoppo(d and refused to'
cross the mill-dama bridgo leading out
of (lie city. No whiippluig, no-urging,
wouldl carry him Over ithrouEs top
plng. 2o Ihe advertised hings.'~Th'b
sold for noe other rensonr htu 'owonn
or wants to go out of o
An-rishdmanr says lioe n see no
earthly reason whly womuen should not
be allowed to bododbiomnedical mn.u
A flue plan tat,ce' on A rka:'sas river
reeo.ntly sold 4bdY five tnts air ace.o
Akhalf. busliol of' potatoes is tho I
P,rice of adiision to the Salt Lake
IISHNIN, RHADn.-The Chiongo Vven-ing
Pot, a fait Speoinieu'of'the Uratu( and Col.
fax pres, thus describos un Irishman:
"le has hair on his teoti, lio never
knew tpi hoir of civilized society. lie
never stopped ol anlyliing more solid Olhan
A dirt floor all hi life until he stood onl the
deok of tinl emigradt ship. lIo is a born
savage -as brutal i ruflidan as an untaned
Indian of the North Amorion n tribes. Of
course le can't read. lIo oan't ivrito. All
books to limn are soaled. lHe only believes
in lhe priwit ; and the priest Is only a little
less barbarian than lie. '1io Jasus I'm a&
Muitnurerat," is his slibboleth. B,reaking
heads :or opinion's sake is his pratoiuO.,
'fle >o'h orlmiinal and pauper of tie civil.
ilizod world, and witlhal file Innocent vio
lim of the statecraft of Engand, und of
tie F riesteraft of Ituomlo-a wronged, abus
ell and pitiful sp.cotaole of a mn' clipiblo
of bettor tliings, puhiled stratiglht to Ihat by
I linttt abointation against comm111oni sense
called tile Calholio religion, and that out
i4p.tipon politioal decency falsely known
Is Anorica Dollemocraey-rwhat else does ihe
know ? To comparo hin withI an intelli
gent. fro6l4mg would be an insult to the
And yet t.tqrifaro some Irishmen (very few)
hlase enotg1 . 1*11pPOrt tihe infaIous party
of, wihilm (lie Pasel4f-o49 is one of the of..
gus. They are ofyW'ou1but they will
be remembered. 'elie 'digk1sgrace to
tle land that gave them alv0d: deserve
all the l,euinciation which is,lf400 upon
then by their indignant countryi n.
Niitely-fine hundrdths of the -ioh 6f
America are zealous supportovs cf Seymonr
and hitir, And this accounts for the foul.
mouthed ibuse of the Evening .'ost and' its
coadjutors.- W11mingiton Star.
A SioxFCiCAr Sirmcit.-A burning aet
shining light of the radical party in Geor.
gia, a negro by thee name of Aaron Alpeoria
Bradley, on the 7(h instant held a Jacobin
meetimng oi his own hook.
This said Aaron, about two months mgo
Wasa member of the Goorgia Senate from
the city of Savannah, but ie wa14s expelled
roin his sent, it having beLn proven that he
had been for two yeisr-i a public boarder of
the State of New York in tle Sing Sing
No; this Aaron ihought-and very wisely
too--tihat, he w.i. jIut is good a iImm as many
'I exielled him, anl so Io has beou rty
ing sinlec againLst ill political parties, of aill
colors, that drove hii out of his tninle del
bars a <by.
It (Inth Sepeceh to wlili we allude, tihe
I -on. Alpeoria d'echired that "Clift. and 0th.
er carpet-baigrs ani Yan1tkces were not to
be (rtusted, and advised tie negroes not to
trusIt tle! litC peOple, especially thee Yan
tees, hIlo were Ot 1nanet perple otn ea-te.
lie thoubtled it' even tleo ntlat toes could be
hrust ed, as the white blol in LL etr veins
eight gainl tle mstery.
We leave ink thlee Ia ' sfeutenIce the en umCMi
ion 01' inteCe 11111ted to ihie white blood
wherever raeillml. It is the true Coigo spir
it, whiCh ien Ifinyli lits exhibited itself inl (lhe
ex terliatilani i of un1ilooc!. If it were
possible tllai.t ilt puare negro- coald obtail
the IsIe'villetley in tle' hth, tile mutlattoes
wIuldI -0aro 11te sam1e f-tO' hte a in tlet
t'oaerly beautifuilet islande.--Norfol/ couil,
Wart.:.i'mtonte., -rics Tmmcum-ri.---.Ca'pt.
Gilbert, onet of t le speakers al. tIe DeO
cratic mIceting in Florence on Thursday
venilg, rMd a let er fromi tIe editor of tle
lest (ac Caurier callegineg t hat. Wheittemcore
was inot ai saint, ini fact., was no better thn
heo ought to lie; not to lput. too'iioc in' j.oinit
oni it, the let ter sail tt thIe caid' W. ( ,
te ci'm reconjstreuct el S. C. ), onmi c erit.inm
alcit:aioni, preaCd $~>000jt short. in hiis cash,
for( which lee was-unablle to givo thle neccs
sstry voiuebers. Thlis we hmavo becen told bey
onme whmo.was presenit cit the mceeting imn
Florenice, aned heard the letter road. 'Thlero
is a singular' coincidence in this.. Only a
few dacys ago, during the rceting of thce
Repulc ane (niegro) St ato Convdati'o- i6
Columbia, whmen Mr'. Whittemore's accounts
wiere eaxaminied, theo commictteo reported
that they had no doubt It was mll rIght, but
thact they thought, it would leave been better
if Mr. WV. hacd pesented vouchiers for the
A Gherman savant has discovered'tlint tliis
globe we live on ls grailuaslly shirinkineg, by
the prodess of cooling, ivhich heas been go
liing onc since its ereationi. In (lie lapse of
tiano the contraction will draw all (lie conti
nents beow the waeter level-except a very
few highi points, i flehi will be the rosiden
ces of suioh few hitman beings as may be
able to get on (hoem. These hiumans beings
ill be modified and transformed to suit
the changed condition of things. lit for
thle satisfaction of the present generation,
it Is statted' hat these changes cannot bo of..
fectedl in less than fivo hundred million -of
Genoral Longstreet, the commander of
the 1st corps, Army of Northorni Yirginies
Thme man who-maroird* ot'o the victorIous
fields of Seven.Pines, Frazer'sfatt, 'Chil6k
ed (lie tlieLouslanmi Legislature a-few:dauys
ag,:and ,was:intit ell -to a seat within tIWe
bar.- The IIousidolia recess (q rooy
him me d he hia4 a gtjneraf iutroduqtion - 4o
thme imembors and a number of negro wo'
men who woro on'thd Ucoreof the&IIouse,
SouTuH AngANeSa ioT Scifotiln AND
B,I.--u....le!tor roocelved by a wvelt knowc
business firm of Blaltipnor0 from L.iston,
(Jnionocouot,- Arkiansag, says . ~
" hitoar atiBlalr, uporte it h16tlaij
igtevOry ylhite voto' .1t Bouth Arkaa
tuS nd would goeover one-haf of. tho sio.
~roos were~ it not fore tIm- earpet baggors,
uoalawa5a, &e., who meet t.hem at. mld'.nght,
o (oll'them that.every one fhifo so votes
nill be somn.bRcklotslavoyoiolnve years,
rvons one on&iof thme coludIry to the otI%~r 1
lie cry g9es .up from I he people,~iM
nust havo a change The f#rmerMd g
e cheange; the morobcantms-dem~jc~an i i~
he laeboring peoplo- everywhere demnand a
lihange; time (ax-payers doirnand a chnge
ho lo"ers .of the~ 9onstitution .demraad'a
hang~e; the whIte people say they must, I
md will have a changmo adin,sa oa.
SINoULAH INCDsNT.-In a ricet, spoohk
it iutfalo, N. Y., flon. John T. Ilolffmuan do
)hrod that "the da!%y of the sword is pass
3d," and related the following :
"Ai i.cidot cottrred at, tle neeting of
ho , National Convoitio' wlchb wits ali
)IMen. Thit gratil hall whore the Conien.
ion tct was full of patriotio lten. Upon
is Wails Were placed Lthe siolds of thirty
;even Staos, and around every shield was
tho Anoricat flug. Upon ltho platforatt
itood tWo bronze slattttes of noble 8olders,
one lCaing uponl a great broijze sword. --
l'he Convention haitt beet in sossion for sUV
oral days; bllot after ballot had been (t
kon. Pirst onle wits up thenl another, andl a10
last a gallant (1oenral, Wh10se nam1111t1 hA Iev
ir boon mentiionted anywhere savo wiith ro.
apc!--I mei (etteral Ilancock. No mai
knew whetheron tho next ballot he i
was not to bo oloseln. Iverythi w
'el*lailt, Wh,en1 stddmnly (lhe great broi,zed
iword i ctho hatld of that noble stalto'
mapped asunder lit. thle hil. It, was not.
oleed by iotal hands--no ituan agen
y broko it. Soto aystorious, invisible
md irresistbHo power sanalped it at iha hIt
ind the word went, forth thiat te country
was ielictrtIk to iave a1 statesmanall and not,
m soldier for a leader," [Tromendous ap
Before closing Bhis communicntion, says
1ho Colukblia correspondent of tite Cltirles
mtn News I would mention (bat tito Radievrs
lavo notminatod A. 8. Wallaico, of York, for
[ongross, whotm since the war has- been a
b)t.tat)Vi lonist, and thereby booame Uni.
COd St.coRovE1nu Collector. le swallow
Lid t1j6'.t0t"6tkk -withQout the slighi(ost sigif
Df straiguilatiop, altb9,h it is said ho as.
isted in ritai'dilq coupanj, for Bie war.
lie i a most. ta utkssorul.Iou AManl, and will
Ise airy and every in-dti.for his olectioty.
To showi the stttpidity atid ignoranoe of tIlr
negro, no better illusration cain bi, given
than the oltoice of this man Wallace as
their eandidate. In 1858 lo introduced
into Bhe LegislatulrC of Southt,1 Carolina, a
bill Bo sell the old free negroes back itnto
slavery. One would suppose stuchi a poli.
liuil record as I his wolid have udained him
with tthemt forever. Whlen, however, the
Ver cloicest. hadical is otne who was form1
erly a negro trader, (itoe is niot astonishied
that a lladioal Cotngresmani (to be perhaps)
should be select ed, whose stronigest. recoam
malondaition is flhat ie set ont foot ithe most
unljmt. tand odious tansutre ever attemrpted,
to wit : To sell a people into slavery who
were burt freo, and their Ireodom gifaran.
teed to them by (le laws of the to0a.
Iloiatia.n.-Tho Atugusta frotndry was
Ised subsequently to t1le war as a freed,
tac1t's hosp1ital, unlider tle auspices of (to
Vitecdiuen's 1lureai. After awhitile to ho
?ital was lotmoved to tihe oppsito side of (he
at rect. III the old hospital cltlas were
'oimld atitached to the floor in one of the
'o0m11, where ctirlraotory tegroes were
hal1:ne1d, 1an;1 Pt--haps otherwise punlished.
1ut in Bhue '"dead-houlvie" Some tltee or lourt
keletons were found ; ntid boxes of dlead
tegroes.aro still lying upona tle ground
lere-11n1d 1atton4[g those is tite skelotott of
to ant2 intfantt. This lospRb !-Was an oliShUot
,r charge of ite FrChIee'.j luroan. t Rta
lical iitstittion. established ostvt.sibly for
ie pr"otection oi the ntogibes, and yet Bite
,ooreatutres were allowed to perisli, antd
o go without. even int.urment. Thia is a
ever cotlnmtientary ott Iaidiattl love for the
aegro.-Au,s('a (Ga.) Sentinel.
A 8wiail,t.-A follow by te name of
Fohn lmryant, ulia.s l1yr-on alis Ryan, htas
tmplosed imiaself on te Masotniocalges 'at
boly S3prinags, Ripley, aand othter palaces, So
'atr aus to obtahin moneytC, by clliing to be in
lictre. le claimns Bo htail frotm Clbtpl'ain .
hodlge, No. 280, Kenltucky, wheras te No.
>f Chtapiint Lodge is , 483. Letters frotm
lhnt anal te other Lodges namaed are before ~
.ts, and theoy s how thatt Brytt is tan impu
lenat Impoaser-"a. rasucal wh Io expects to
apenad te witer int tihe Southertn States" at
het expotnse of thie craft.. This statement
is publIshed by the retjubtt of Qranad was
er.Oathright, of this State, and te press
i8 asked to give Johni Bryat, a free pass
bhroegh -their columtns. ~-Miisiss,>pi Clar'ion.
Tuai CANAL ltENi AL,T. FOIL SnYMsoUo ANDa
[J-ABB.-As atn evidence of the feeing otf
he canal mnen in tis caampaigna, te stile of
boat it'gs and badges is very giatifying.
A drippled soldier htas bectn at tho eol.
loeor's-ollc6 in thibs city for somne dayil
paast sellitng boat flaugs and badges, offerinag
Ithe botmneni thteir choice, aniousa to soil all
ltat he could.
Thte foliowinrg is a sttat euaon( of Ithi.des:
Pl'ags--Soymnour am'l' Jlair. - 2i
" (Graant andl Colfax K4
' Grant; 22
It Is'p)roperto state t.ha( te Grant flags
yore sol at redlueed prices, as i was deem.
id best, by the soller to work off htis stook, if
dossIO ABOuT Ga BN.J3AUnsGAo n;--A'
otter froram the Rod, sweet gprings, Vai.,
laited Sepatembojy ' gedyvs. 'lii, is the
reatesB. plaoe forsflirjr,ig') have over been
it; eoa old tuaarled Baen with children and
FOS at, harpo hitsecn- Jipooulatedi wini
.tl Plcomnt.,glinpor. They say (ha
ho.lheroof[,Manassas fared badly
pert, atid thatta teIoitiing bollo. ' VIN
Oilyof the 1%llis f.i1he rouibrit ray.' .- In
aoly hte has sa3lhothinmg .'sorW to Iter,.
ad proposed terms of -Gapitul6tion ;' so II
in-.lhf6raindlte epioeinobd olt lady, antds
ouk.now IlaO,j dcc every thing thatB's' going:
n, andAit6o besides I fly (the way, hto andl(.
sa nkqet&l have.iust taken the stage fbr'
he liea1og Springs."
AnioAnas ANBo..,Cortain wito RdJicals
n Chuatham county, Northt Caroliaa;'alarma
d aBt the general indigdiatlionased by Ilol'
Iona's appoinmnt ~of negro mnagistr,atear
btenmpt to paolf.y tho. people,.by swearag
bat ''Gv." HIoldea did not know they:wore
aOgroes, and,.if hao had s6 knQwnt le woud
ot have Appointed tha.
Whle tiur apolo 1in~ o'~oda,ka.
[olden;a Jr., lavokgg th'o"g od of. Tttepen~
Ino" and threateni.; the, Domldorgoy l4*
~rson and death. As lboIs an. 'aaa
io advocate of- Orant, hto Eisn taMr of
litspeace--torch aitd ttrpentirmo in thte
ands of negroes anid a (rjanguliar ploco ott
teel in the itan,1. ,of loy. .....i