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VOL.W11.] INNSBORO, S. C., W-EDNESDAY MORNIANUAR 20, 186. [NO. 29
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THE GRECIAN BEND,
Ir ~ n B.Y m IND .. A. vIrtl.1Y
Let's have the old bend, anld Iot have
nlow ; ' A
Le a.'s Itave lie hell([ tiat our granil oililer,i
-Over tlie washtul> ani over the cliirn.
'1hat is (lie bend ihat, our daughters shni l
Let's have lie beld that onr grandmilodhel-6
Over tle oradle like good mnothers true;
Over fihe lable, (flhe f3innily rouind.)
IReading the (oud look 'ujid silellce pro
Let's have tihe heild tt at Chiurch tiey
(lid wear, y
Bowiig them lowly in mneck, hun le pv:ly
Not si't"4 erect, wilh ile modern-iiiiss nir.
Wit i (lie "A?re of it bomiet," just perchel on
opse Ilair. , %
Leave lie eowel los w,iump-he yeans it foi
Lenve tle dolikey his piuier and oul.
yotilsches loose l
Froin fnshions that lower, di'5form, amal de.
io )title somle deformnily mnost ol"1,i l l ivide.
Let our hends or ralse hair and0Iti, yi1in
skeins he shorn ;
Let our garmenits be easy and light to be
Potit sh:ke in December and su %tr inl
Anit apiiar like uilthntiles s(ruiO y Ilie
I,et's spendl tlie titne inl things hiy//ar thtn
Tine dial Was giveni nt to faid and to bless
Time tit is fleetiig atil pascs awav
O 1 let us work while we e:ill it to.day !
L.eCLs ilave i ie H oi O N i 11sitld or i . !*iv
TOCts have the old hearis, so failtlifti nId
% i-nie !I
Away with all fashiioiis that lower and do.
ro hide some deformity most, of them mile
Columbia " orrespondenoa of (.hlaleston
Co ..um ,'Ja un iry 9.
The Sonate was in nit Execntivt SPS.
.siol all day, consilierin)g te apoiit.
Imelts of cotlil v offictlrs ilmde hy the
(Governor. The a%vppo,intment of thv
-.harlcs:on Coit.ity ollicers was c'IonFirm
ed.- - Several oMer. iml tithot Dist ric is
wero .:, rejected. TIeI A slessor from
LJxingtoi filed to have his App,ii1
ment confirmed. The rejections were
coniinmed v) the ladical ranki nione.
In tihe IIotse but little was done to.
day; 'sithe most of the time was con.
samed in the diseission of a Bill to re-.
new the charter-of-+di Charleston An
cient, Artillery Socicy.... A heavy de
bate arose ovur the pus!a , of tile bill.
There was a gr'4at display of words,
which collveved to ome' ,' epr1.. a)nyIV
166npid ideas-tabout bltotd,- Aire 'and thin
der. The debate was generiial, anid did
not create muoh mtektion until 1o.
Large i(roso, .and1( Svith great spirit mov
ed oilf in def.neio oft the.bill by reply'ing
to thle fat mani, who bears the namii of
*Jeniks, or soingthlies-bet4er.. kndwn. as
the fat. Captain--f -cle Horse Marines,
and ai Caiptaim wlie had am rshialed il
the forces of his narrow mind to.d(efiat
the bill, ias it, smeh, l,ikp pow dern. De
Large said un.O hu: I am sorry thlat
the. member from Charleston is opposed
to the. hill, and e.xpqsei hiis .ignioranice of
lthe-itatuite relatieV. l.o the invorplorat ion
uf this Societ.v whien he said- it was
something more Lhmn a charitable So.
.. ctet,y. N.o doubt he il4aginIed hia otidi
hear the trnimpinlg of armed - men ; hint
'n pie'ce of artillery was already belching~
forthl its deaidly cofiitenis a bout: lii vital
parts ; that ho wvas frightene'd- andi
afraid oif military: organliz~ations, buIt he~
nleed not, be iln this case, as this Society
was nothing of 1ihn kind.
SThe Captairr thought. that D)eLargo
- had toiuched upon ai delicak p.oint, vz
his courage, a'n.d lhe grewv red in. the
fatce1 and weakly said that, he was niot
frishionmed, but the bill comtflicte.d with
f.'o newvreghtne of things; that DeLarge
~hiad nsed tw.o kdinde of tickets at the
fetion ;,dhAe had beeni engaged ini
rU unig-the blockade ; that, hre, perhaps,
had beenl a porter to somes of the miemn
pesof the suocalled society, and this
asthie renson~ why hie mnade tuch a
gloioums Mee of tre Bill,that, lhe was
'imttrne t4 his gpar'y.
' btarg;e now afeked 4Mm wah m;reat
fury. Ho said he' hid somue claims to
.i6nnsty anldeceu.cy, anid wa'ts imt, the
.toolaot. anly1part,y. and that he hurled
- ai4the a'dejs i tionsi j.f te membeli).r frotm
OJgarlestq wit h ..contemiipt n'nd dor,u,
CM A MN ntrae 'tat e huad hot
been en lgod ith blockade rulnning~,' nt.
i hd .Jenh had bteenu 'engagd in
brdIhtn agig dope.oothiing thfice
ouI t of theirtwony., whoml. he ipretensded
,to.represenut-4,61 the had not. a .yorte
1. ton ember of' te in S'iOtf~,.lt bih4.
thani Ihiat maigi.,an honest i,iag I tit
it qadimo witih find'we from Onagi?rVnuko
tScorthndi remiarks abuout the inenidl but
honest mai )ni.enitha f.hi cotm., mvie,.
h helWS sent; by their vi t a t.t il
vhowed hlw little of sincrii w I, here wa
in his ptolestationls fo. hlilt laboringi' 111.l
Whom ho pretinled to represet, whon
he hrlell at imw, no a tern of -reproMh
:1nd4 conitemipt, tlat, he had bi eni ap,r
tt.r. (Mork thi.s poinli, ye colored.1 voi
ers ! ralways lremeor Jeiks a.i the wma'
who spoko Coltlm ptu"oIsl I tile 111111
bl i 1'(nplovnli.1. o l roef )
Delifirge. i:w l)Sid that his bli ractor
Was knoi1Wn by all p1r1 tie-lial he coulid
I say Ul his Iwnil party t hat e .al do
milel for it, and114 gonle over ihe St ale
batvi hg for.it, amvi had sp'ent onlySI $10
for its advanlcement, wil-ile Jkiks h1d
spent, $500 of.piblic mOj for his bwlol
n140 That, Jolk's demunation was
occasione from lhe fAct. that. views ,,
1m1lerit W(Irt not coin"Ied by more party
limits, that le (o.ll set gooll 111l .Ic
knowledge it even i a . political oppo.
nIot, Vnanl if this was diloyally L'is tol.-.
league m1ight t1make ( rost. (f it.' I He clos.
ed by tellilg Jonk' that he was born in
'South carfolifna, had made his living by
honlest ('111p03oy111ot, and ag-inl repelle,,
wit h coni (.tem"pl. the c.harges o.1f'., wlosfe
avitrice ahd 'nfi lion had led him into.
the vey (1-..pih of oufany.
- Ranlsier also bo!'Ily derended the
Wioipper thought, it was smokey ;
saidl Iis nrves-were disturbed. Elliot,,
Ilhngin. hero was Solmething funny
abthit it, 11n.1 No.ag'! wantvd to know
if thef In-mlli's of t he 'oclity woul1d not
be exQ1mp11d- from11 1]:he milil ia--t hat , h.-v
hadl bet.er-coolnnit it. Iu h om l
ih ey klnew what was best for Tlom.
DviJarge tol'i lim he was Scmred-i lat
thre-vsaW.?litrrs Socity in Char.
lISton,)1 and if ley Alli*thoul ietition for a
Charter he Would obli-et. for fear I In'v
woidd ehisel hil Io. death with th(ir
tools- t t..he. h11"sheiter llove to abol
ish all the 1 ldges il the State, as per
h1ps.; thle Masons were Ilotting treason
agaiust ibh:a4j1Tni ited S*itat.s COvernelllcjt.
Thebie ranhigh, a11. , gr %;t wa I le
vx.-tenmnt an(! mneny we-cro the im:n,,inevd
evil, of thi Ar illery Society, whicb
mretIad Wia fn 1ver that the Ibise ad
j0urneVd Whilte I he bill for it.s relief. wa.s
being dinettseod for fei. t litler .voIlld
opi'l pnu theiim froti some nnuown
(narltr, i# smiash -qp aIl ill! i-ra nN
lliii s forthe'-darhng agiia day."
A bill-was imnl rmewed in t ie I ose to
rtrcet a t nlelIllVilt o%ver the |ate Ran
dolph. The bill prop,)sv3 an appropria
tiun of (wo thtnstl diolmas ot of the
f.inda ol, th( A uy not ohrie.i.
posmd.of. -The Governor iN allowed to
Use his discreiion to remove the remails
to Aly part of.Coluimbia which 110 ma,y
thin.kc mlo-it, aplpronriate for the( sainted
mart.yr to)sleep out.is longleAp.
There las been' -c3nsid0rab1e talk
aRound11. thle cornivrs latwlyV about whiat
AV0111nid be t i tion l the Legislature to.
ward.s tihe Ulliyer."ilv. There was it
rumor aflow tIlat i.hey:lt.ended to abol
ish it, but this rumior ti mere breith, not
wor.h a feal her, (or , can i9i kly Sa v
that tIhe leading min:of .hothi.H 1olses of
ilhe Genvral Assembly-are i.i favor of
making approprintions fo: tle..advorice
Ment. of tis Widel lciatown institl'lti
The rumiors, perhaps5, hanve ariavun1-i\n
thle fact that Whipper is -exte ndhn
every imuscle in his carpet bag bo-ly to
dostroy- this inl111i Al,. H-is gainlosit1Y
towards it do0ts not rllise fromi any patri
w'ic motives to save tli imoney !of the
Slate, but simply because he had beet)
thw'.art.ed in is idesign of quiart.o4rinIg
huns9elandio family in the Umtveit v
,ililti"' dttriligr the se.s:ionl of tIle fj('O
A COom,mit.tee has been appoYinted( by'.
ihe Demog,ra tie Clubhs of' A bbe ville D)ii
t>riet to wait on t he Govertnotr, to assure
Iiim- of their: co-opera tion in enforcinig
the laws anld in prpserving order, with
OntL respect to .rnt:0 pr party. (Jol. R.
WV. H:entrse, A. C Haw..thiorneo and J.
McCasliin, Esqa., compose the C'ommuit.
tee, antd I hey will be. iecoi ved by the
Governor 01n Wednesday nlextI, when
t hero'.will he a genierail inlvestij'atton
abouat the affairs iti A hbeville'.
Trute T 3tio RAnICAT,s. -A WAash.
imgtn letter in lie Baltimoro Giazte,
-'econigressioinal comiittee aip
yuoint'ed to inlvestigtet supposed 3ieleeltin
frands in Newv Yark i-ettrue'd hero yes
terday, atidit voliuminduts report 'will
be presented to Conigress at ait early
day. In ih; men(1titimne, there is author
i.y for saving that 'tthe commijte utter.
I.' failed'in their efforts to((nk'h ve eier
prom)in)ent, miettbers of 'the D)emnocra;ic
party, or thte party itse'lf as an organi
zatilonli any) fratnduileilt- Iransacetion1a3
conntedi( with~ the lato ele'ction,s., Stren-'
ntoust (Yoris.' to t his cnd w..ero 'til,eIU by)
t he Radeical member(IIs of thet commriittee,
but without success. Not so, however,
with the Rladical leaders, asB thle testi'nb
ny ilsby.Lt, was prIovedl befoire t he
com tteetha immediately nfter the
election the 'Loyal, Leaigue el Now
York' em)plo)fed' fo at,ornove-namnes
a tll given-to work tip a casei of fraud.
Thtese men opened ani office in Jersey
City, twithI detectihesfand a 'hoP&-hafid
reporter ; and hero Ihenidatl t(ype' of
prison-btrds;were 'collented' .ane traitned
$# whatL thsey wotul4beequired to' ges'
ttly.to prove 'tstoutling' fratt)s./:A
ien rdhitg crossa examinakoti brought
'out, cliego disi-racofV1 .facts, and LIhe
*t(66M~ who TlM been~ trikind di the
tools of, tlo eppyt Le,ague9 by- paid
attornyou onfssed be 01-e the conia1ita
Tha Rainio Plant,
UI,I..As, Co., DeC. 3, 188.
Evvront Tui--s : For the enriolls,I
an1d agrielltilr-al ex peri mtI(] ial ist, n -
closed find speciien o tho lie new LOx
1pol, apilication to the agent, ir.
J. Brue) ver, of New Orleans, I re
eeived a-cirenlar giving .instruetions
for planting, cultivating and prepar
ing tle libre for mlarkot.I
Tie price of the guaranteed toots
ho st'tes to ie $2 per thousand.
Two tihoisand roots will yield sni.i
uieut to plan't 50 acres the iscceedingI
year. lie states that the plant is pe
uIlliarly adapted in its growth to the
cotton itatt, preing a rib sandy
soil. The RAilio is harvested three
titi en a year, each cut liaing prodlicing
Crom use iunldred to twelve hundred t
pounds peY ~nere, iaking. ntin a I
iverage yield Af 3,000 pnuhds of t
3rudo unprepared fibre, worti at :
pJresent in Eu"trope 10 cents per pound (
in specie. Tle libre prepared for f
man.ufacturing purposes, in the form I.
iond'on, is worth 65 ecents pirpound; 1
but to bring it to- this state fromt th j
:ude it loses about ott e-ha It'.
The plant is stated to be indige- t
ions to the Island of Java, and has re- I
10;'ed of' ate the bontnictil name of .4
tIwumrid Tniswa, and is the I
itest variety of tqhe uriicace, or net- (
lie, fami ily. f
Mr. It. says that it was only intro. -
ited into tle United last year in
March, and Ias-11ready excited Imueh If
Itertst aimong European manufactur iI
rs. The libre is contained in the in- 1
ter bark of the stei, catnntot i hurt
sither by wet or long cotined
Irought ; besides it requires a siall i
apitait to start a Rniie plantation, s
plant being easily propagated ind v
mItivated. It is a perennial aid t
loes ntot require replanting. Mr. 3. f
Isostates that the lire raised here is I
er thin that of Java, it(d thie yield f
ler- acre greater. t
Wlen the stems lave ataied at
cightof G to 8 feet it. is ready for Iar
ent and catt be cut Witi a Common i
aise knife. - The fibre is extracted by e
rehlkingth sten's wit -ia - tm lCiie I
imilav to the ord in riy flt x breakrs, r
,y which Imleans lthe pl anter c- an make 1
Crop marketable at sm1aIlI expenlso.
In preparing the fibre for packing, I
t should be dlone Op''n haiks and r
m4ked in bags or bales like cotton. j
From the uncetaint v of cotton as a L
op, and the tnreliablenes of free I
abior would not the Rani paiit be a v
letter and more remunerative crop e
'or the South than cotton ? It is said t
o be subject 'to no disasters, easily i
ltivated, and aft.-r tie first year's a
,rowth, new spr-onlts will issue from all I
larts of tlteb6d, the growth bcodiing
cry dense choking out all other vege
ation. 'Tito fibre, as you will per- n
eive, is very superior, being white, I
oft, and re sembling fMiss silk in ap
wearance. Vous truly,
. . ... eolN SPiiOTT'1.
H I'ii Pelzsit-i:tof(ov'i.n Mi:wr Sr.cu.
.ATr' !N COTTON.-\V hat. (I be ex
6t ed to Nmiq of : ' iiikord Sate bit
inkler'.ng *ei'tt os? 1 iv eis nm: Spen.
'r-tniing . wa Senio .r: l
mmoi," 1ho jvEerdt aiday got up in Lhe 1
3eite gravelv and off'reit a Bill "6to
'egulat fhe pirice and to encourage thec
~iOrdaptionls .'ation i'n the United S'tutes."
W\e shtonall b)e ('1'neirt'.ed t'o seeC the ma
shiiner'y by which tis enl ightesne.d Spein
yer pr'oposes to "'re'uliato thle price of
I ill to ''roenit to e price'" of boots
mrd shones, or stareb or egtrpbt buI~ .'Or
itrmps, or itadical members of Con-.
As for "encour'aginig tl.e proitiet ion"'
)f cotton, that sis an easy thingi to bet
lone. Utt as it. enn only he dlone ef'
eecitially by sending the' Spencers and
hch Spencers hiomei from Alahnia, to
nind therir own butsiiness (if' they can
dnybutsiniess to mi) i te ta
>f whie'i the'y aecitizhens, we fear that
t will be ai long Lime ye't before wo shall
tee the "production of cotton encouirag.
'd" i't Alabama or elspwhterez ieth
well enou)igh a lotte'ds-oten 'fonnd to be
hatrd. .hUt iit.9se-insane Radicals can't
i-ven "let ill e.iniighi alone."
( New Y'ork Wov.rld.
Pnonrc-rIO io " (' o't'ox.- We pub.i~
lish eJ"ewheIsre', iy jitb cious aticle'I, shtowI.
I'ng t he necessay of ai' increase in otur
uottont cr'op. ond the met,hods by which
t is to be augmtented. Amuxong these
rtsim-ls, Ih eb' 'Iief ptlace mt b aiitssigns
:al to th Ia bors of t.he planters t htem,
wIves. - Privat' eniterprise, antd nt
ornm'tttientail id, most accomtplisht ibo
x tentsiont of oiiri coltoni prodstn:p imis
try. WVe prote*W, thor'dore;,againit iihe
princeiple of the 11i1I int rodutced vestera
dhy into :hle Senatrt e by ~Mlr. Sten'eer, of
A labamia. fThis me~asutre would not, onily
faif oh its ostenti ba giirpose of s[iniulats
inttie prodtfetiori ot dotton hntd'igu..
latinig'its price, b.ut it would do the m6st
egregiotnsharm in' aeveral whys. 1bi
example, it would con veft"!Sih re@Mib
oflcere into cottopi spfeulatore. This
is obvious from the ver'y teirms ,in whtigl
tbeji3ll is dra wn, - - b.,3
(N Y Co,tmanu.eca
It has been ascertained that fresh
water, having in it a very slight otr.
contage of ph osph atecof lime, does not
aot on load pipes, as is apt to be the
case w hen the~re is no such ingredi.
The Mngaetio T-logr-aph _aocl iofPro
fbssor Morao - Intere3ting Statclucits,
'l bamillet. (millered to Profssor
Samuel F. B. MorsI, .i rleogiiat
LO, is ilillent Services to his counlltry
111141 tihe world, took plave inl New
York oil Tuesday evening, :i V w.as
partioiplited in a)% copia.ly of, -
LIC1emoii well k'lo*% in I:it tre, lnw,
11t, armsn, commerINT, an111 polit ies. The
Ulliulf J.4~tie 4f 1th lited State0
Ipresiidd, ntid the whlole ailiir was l
iiitellectual treat. P>rofessur Morse,
m reply to a coipientary toast.
Iade 'ri specell ; ill v ich 1 he relatei
hie following interest ing facts:
fit 1832, oil b1oa rd im American
hiip inl tior rnyItf-re froli Havre to
ew York, the first telegraph w%-as
onlceived and( its eenil'pecinliaill
ies brought forth and e orated. In
835, a.1ccordig to tie conleirmnt I
csfilivny of many witniesses, it lisped
ts first, accelits, ani7ld autotmatically re.
:orled them inl this city. 1 L% S -a
'ceble Ollild indeed, un1gailiv in, its
Iress, sta mInering in its speech ; but
t had then all the distinctive features
nd charnoteristics of its present man
lood. I lbed.'iot trliblo Yon With
he malad iej of its utledged iifaicy,
naiuly the reulis of its pareit's I'
triggles agailst lij)Ovrty, an1d the inl
luence of the substantial incredulity I
ft hose who -Ol -I Ii ulvd roeuecd it
rom its obscnrityi It 4otlll a friend I
an elliint f'riend--in Mr. Alfred
ailil, of New Jele?y, w%ho', with his
ather and bromer, friIi-shed the 0
tians to givo the child a deceit dress I
r-eparatory to its'visit. to the seat of \
'overnment. .It ---
In the winter of 1837 and 1838 it
vas presented before Congress. The
e0ssion of 1831ndfl838 passed away i
rith no0 other notto' oil tile subject of
he- tolegrArtlr- : tbAl. ir 61nan1fiiou tly t
avorable repott froi the !.loise Comi- t
littce of ,cominproy,. All interval of it
our years occurred:,before tie atten- 1
iol of Congress c,,-1d be again roused c
) Consider. tile Ima or. I
Tlie temper of .Io lionsm is easily f
it ferred. Men of .laracter, ien f' c
rutition, men who.in ordiniary allairs i1
ad -forsIgitti wer(, 'vholly unlabl1 to 1
mecast tho flit.lre tologrnnh. I s
Is told lit the time, by inniy poi-son- t
I friends ill tile 11O.Se tllat tile. hill 1
nally plissed more 'otit, of deferen-' to i
y personli standing thia from ai,y 'J
Ist .appreciali-l o io h imporice of c
hie linvenilonl, at complime'nt Which, c
owever gra,tifying to personal pi idi
mns fully ofAkt, by peieeiivimig the low ,
stinnte of the restlt of my ilors. Mo.
ions disparaging to th invention, were
11de, Sich na propositions to appropri
te part of till Still to a I-legraph to tlie
'ie lilnaLjoItly of ColgrgAR dli4lnOt
orcur in tlis atltempt. to eifeat tile
ivasure by ridictle, alld the bill was
Passed by the close v->me,of (lighty-nille S
u eighltV Oi.ree.-. Ai.other year witie.s
d 'tIle timllillphalit. success of the w-st of t
Is practi. alliilt .
Tho iniV861hni! vindi'ct4a Its 0lr'c.
or a1s a substartial reality it was no
onger a chimera, a visionary schome to
V t<srl, money rm114)111 '.i. publiq Ctfr.-I,
to invelntor was 110 more'stbpej' to
hie *sm4piciodt of lim-1ey, nor riceled inl
hi I alls df Congrer.'
M\y earliest, desirer' ia ''n!'iAbiis I
(*Ss tlie 'c(ont'l of r.nch ai power'1 naL I
on11 lant, lmait foresee wasIL inheren?Ilt in
lhe telegrapJh V~ast as it.s pIeennia1ry
alu l'c et. nyi. th siWd.eof; po0
nl Ie c-plac'CPIitliLli'On1 of its- t1tir,TIju.
ei her' dhele I w it hi itS s visIi4( ofIlIntohl
veahh nor101 temlpteId to make ani (o ttar
icinafte demanIRtd nplonl the G)ov'rnmen
or its pose,ess'~ion -I 1 "''' '*
~ ' f aWt/d Uliowb!' in vent ion It lho
10'irlit'i'en, for the som11 of on aundredL
htousand doallars. ' Si raniigo as it maILy
low seCnm,i 110 responlso wIa nilde;to'lLIi
o f(rtest from ilo I'ostmlaSI.r%e-Generail
I report. Oil the -genIeral, Subiject. of the
It isl (lrito thaLt a. Lparsely Inhalbited coiin
i'y is generally baLdly enitivatedi, but tho
remOedy wIhh,.f18, fey boti4. at.hnbnd.' Im
1Iove theo agriounlnre of the counIltry andli
t.uI wYii l agmnlIt 11 popiultion, its pro.
ituots and4 its ilnom. All theseo go togetlh
,r, formiing ai na1tulral cOIosequencle of tirst
efforts. WO haLve Ale example of' iOe
'Iuntries bofore its. Twenty years ago
3a1loriin used04 to depend upon .the- Older
states of thle Union for nearly everytlhing
wcssary to 1the sus'enance L of Its. piJa.
ion,1Shiob was then4dry,'smahlland "(118
persied, . Ilf, agrIiclture wga neglected.
.4 ow, ithistkolmand is Lii ILiedL at': ho1pe1avg
.Ioiiforin flour undeti'all. 'ai shIiiigt ridal(.
>f' production In ihe (ber Slates. Iita popn
Iintion .isjinerenaing wilh1;(i most wonderfpl
rapid'lf; nifu id iagich iirol resLouric1
Irinig mote wealth - to lihat tt4to ihianits
'xports of gol. In other1 counltries wisero
he0 siystemi 6f large fnrmsi ii booneL ini Ia,.
For aiges,1, h'ns ,?e. (obti')'thi'o;nteentlroe
ljave been intcrciese .just so .soop da., a
smlaller.(}fini,ily of ILnd' has boedti' nhbqdl
to a farm and the aImount of labor formerly '
bestWo qjp44n dlf6bc'rkilN as con%
as I ho1fdIireagd ip telli) aq. idi
4 e velfi ' gr
worde-bqtwgeen lad$ *.O~of ifitei
atE1dst kinly~ fnq Irfd fr their conysrtatioo
dild not make his head aehe, when li ' an
swered, with a good deal of lngenlousness,
"aNo, mna'm; I've boon marrIed twenty
EN2i AM 8 '. it Nit~ K 11.i1.i1ti1. --,I,.
"ah-estol VC 1e ws, i f th 0 d4 ilnslast,
" * nrn id ii fro i f ol i l' i nit' \\-vt ri re..ti~i
We a1fewllih from ihe (-o1wolw
llry,inls C0nt,11 Iha ot ai bloody1
wito, vi. ir men w--kilih'd, and tiv
N.%i l Tor. a whil11 pr'in l I II'llpp 1r.
%ece il,'f it b11 O-fivt oh l n t sma!l seao.
lh Ilu ilst ac ll 1!4 IWear as8 WO C1od.1
aih-rli h Ihmil a on ly g lve-t" .raion,
'u A:n V;.lw A hpr,, whoset
iami' e itdid nit l teanii recetid k h'pp.rI I
d 11n MoI.e.j. ryIId, ;dli ll in t shot linm .
Mite h11(self odious to lhcile v iz4en 1 b y
iis (piairrlIsome disposition. I eI unt hi-'.
d arom,d im. howi-ver, svveral rivndg,
Vo. i p rtovvd, lo l. 0 -iri. lives inI , -.I t
I-.avol inp o stand by h,411 ill ,i; d -
itI in This despe-Iondo wls 11zlt
)ected ol pa1,:sing Iinn - it mlomle., u.11.
Iflait l et. t' of k ilpats ht u
ou qw t i ' oft ageivt, im roi
is ImrS4e. int > thie storo 't tr'.ISrs.
'mith & Peal. Ind] o In itingmrred one,
oi dre his pi..tol, buta befor*0 hm .ol:1
ire iI, ht was fired upon h)v Mrth . Smit
r len 'Wi i d lll'.r e aatiMn
\to igh balw, hefill"t' I ran I111d o.
lo the stvet, nd bIy some. C ,ltlity ml.
paty of citizvni wim %v wetr hIm ln<r
,imfllrl t purpose8 of it I nI-em io thi for
nloihl(. r dlirection, wheli i O n<. 0 PIlin t!
ar , t ed uillo l 1413 n14 it , e: t. A
Irt. Oliver anld L.o b1ro1 iot-- -lin d -
r%w (who it, mtoms, Were in Ihe elir
i ssociatlin wilh the prdo tI.) raf
tit olt .1 i It pistok isin d WId
lid III dilcte i htd.
TuI. PooN CO-TrO CUr.--TIl
L nIte a ('hrntele Sopinc/ l y. :
ki)r1a.u & of t t.eIni orve u pon
r 'I- ounler a beottiful specitent of
hto PouIIlitninI Tranump]lnt ing Cups)..
it fni acu 1re d lit th e works of' tho
:11oliln Ppr Ikl i., Clmlpany\. Thllis,
ul is:deCtiC(T('l1work, it 116Volult it'ln
1 the ".n1ture. of :III planits that suffer 1
roil the Ite frosts of pring, bw the
11se Hind facilify with which tilcy mlay<
0 tr1olne inCorton Culti,
IsaIuse Will pr-oloiig flo growing sea
D1n1 Of thosprillg from11 1ix wveeks to1
wvo mIonthIjs, and insuire- at stanld, de-I
1ian1dieg bo moidve 'troublo thil ie
lodo of (.Iture1* now practiced. Mem-r.
'homas & Sebaub are tigents for this
u1)p, and will siliply planter it two
ents ai piece, or $18 per thousand.
,To biing agriculturo to a better
nyig points irmers imut devote
ore atteut ion - to the prod uction of
innure. To this nd the raiming ndliI
ianagement of catt-Je muq bo increas- i
d and impanoved.' l orntriets in
hie civilize world have tho resources
ossessed by G'1ceorget ; few, howei o1',t
vAil themielves so little of ths re
irces. So long as th farmiler will
ive the best part of his income to
bie purcase ofconnuercial or import.-1
Siti)s tirc just so ongr will ie r
ini alavd t hatt d tini ,and iGe
1t1ak "by the sweat of his browi' re-a
ain indelib)y impressed upon him.
'h's i.pttor L.rey.-h ooton 'l'ele
ylaiisuel following etrait from
,Jetie vecoive,d by n..o the lawv firms in I
oi . w hcll ftnelt fla . "mi srveo I. Acr
ec.ctin pulara m:itpp.pte. itn
eereger te of laniut, coantr.: [
"Tre ilsn be 1( no. nest,i of taphe
yreior ito forcabe det ot o.bankersztty
Wonl ,baiys ofht law . n permianet.
'hrero1. can dot,it i ;.hatreittiig
volutary)I canil b fid aftoJnur liitd
hy.oinigr laims must cnsen in wlit
ngor'so othenpt, cantt, dihandgo
ulcosidalepa Oxtier cet." ~e
.ilid Viks uit (Ms)oney't1kos al.
riud o the ln'taple ofino rain.
S-ytxul''otn nw ' th
most. dcoton,e which iforeldinut'g
he$9 antionehof(o plantrsd factorsti~
Thois imrved varty of cotonha
o wella g oiiVs had wtuldr.t tor
Maiof ha plig a'nCmpor iiht .phart'
,bd commerce taofbe ot the nty.itsi
>rodtetivanos and b o length of Amtaple
wihi rw yeas lt eor u ir Th
ortc ays ura "'hntgloo al
treeti. tht, caiitg ' isstenm
ett'j' ouvif Yowrils ottonlands
DRATn or Jolt.. 'M lIl 11ovrTs.-I Ie t(le.I
graph has announced tihe dealt of lihe lion.
Mln itior lot ts, at his residence in Cil
ier:Counttty, Virginia, en Friday las.
Tho?#X.iml ddi encer, in noticing the
ilme Itm of, Mr' M'4.4, saysp
Mlr. 1101Hi wn! n lpnst years one ol' (Ihe
mo10t protninent politicians o,f Vi-gini..
lie Lwa n liprit i irince Ainliam Countyi, t
I hat 81ate, Stplember 11G,, 1802. Ilis p -
I''ilts were lost in lie contilngratioi ofI he
Richmlond Theatre, in 1811, when heo was
;ent to boarding school, and subsequently,
it a very, enrly nge, was admitiliei as a
me"Ihete oI"1 1' lftimonkid bar. Sooi ni'cr,
wards he 1iired to a fiarin i lielrico
!omnty, but taking an active part in poli
i.4, 1ewas elected a meiber of tihe 8tate.
Iwgislninie i'.1l3, and served il (lint. on.
).Wily (If ''when lie was elected to Con.
i, to whiblh he wn-i Ve ejeced in 1S11,
klid also to the Thirtieh Cog.rss, After1
vhich lie restimed the pracwice of file law
it Richmond. Allhouigh ever declining
lonlintiolns for'lublic oflice in lik.6i:te, he,
ianged to keep his name prominently be
ove tie country as nx politician, nnud in 1 8'53
VAS1 urgently pressed for (lhe 11ninixnlion as
ho,liddrite of ithe A meroe:t or Know
s'ot hg pnriy for lito Presidency. Dtiring
he war Mr. bot.t remained failtiful to tihe
:nioni and afterWards wns accordedI somc
Proiinnce byihr 'ity1.'lhts of Virginia
Io desirell to hnve tihe counteniance of a
mlive Virglnia Union an1 ; lit lie soon
*iscovercl that they intenled simply to use
im, and not. to confli upon him any power
vhainever. lie hnd wat mn friends and bitter
nelnies. Hiis leath destiroys one of tie
ow romaiiing links tiat erimect our present
ri!lh 0.ur Imst political h6iA.oy,
l u,1 or U iN,AL LOvEL.r. H.II. itossiur,
hri tlegraphic columns on Saturday an
louce. e deCense of ni. oveli I[. ltcj.
Caul, comm1niandling the Deai4rit inent of Lou-,
4i:ina at New Orleanis. The Atlanta Conxti.
'tia, inl noticing UIen. ioseall's deatli,
Ilis death will be keenly folt by his many
riends throughliout tle coxinty. Inx all lie
lirengthi of manimhoo,l, with all tihe force bf
viguroius and poworful cbnuiiiutito at
manind, lie'has suddeily fallen ia a giant
,f tie forest before an unexpected storm.
L ma of positive forces, there w'ere no no.
:n tiveq ii h,1,s,,oirieet v. lVit1 h hl13 n i11 0n
ie one halid and wron'g. oix , otlet hier wero
Istinctly narkod. No infltiO.cO could
werve him from a principle or the dim
hirge of a duty. h'lie writer knev him
vell and hinimately before the war, and al
liough diliering wit him in' t1h1 'o,iio he
ock in the contest, iis artier conduct. only
oivinced tus lie more firmly of his upright
Gener Rossenit was born in Mercor
ounty, Kentucky ; was about, fifty yenrs of
go, nd a lawyer by profession. Ile was a
:allant soldier in tie Mexican war; diCa
ielinber bf the Kepin-ky St 1t'o ior severn1
esslons ; a soldier in the lt e wall- ; I ben
looted to Congress from Ltie 'boiisville dis
rict ; which position Ito resigned ; was
ext sen'to Alaska, and then to the Depart
lont. of LOnis'ana.
tadichlism had a determined foe in Gen.
tosseat. llis death will be Iafnented by
nodorato men of all parties. V
Se.uAx"'A correspondent rf tle Tribune
rilig from ndrid under diato of Decem
>cr ".2, says there will be no reaction in
itpain, and thant the Provisional Glovern
ptent ie stronger than ever. PrIm will not,
leolare himself DIelat or. llis position 'is
itatet fiA ibil'o'i0s: Primt left Englaxnd a li
'pubican, and yet, lie is abeut. to est abilish
M aonarchy. lie says there can bo no Reo
guihlic withiotti Rtepubllioans. IIo and others
brefet i Ijpi'tiki',' bitt' they regard a Mlon
frohy as expedient..,. '1'icy say : "When wo
lay thnere are no Republicans, we mean no
intelligent, ones. Not teix in a hundred
Spaiqrd% ,can read. Thiey know nothiing~
of governntenf,t Oi jolitics, They must,
1,bovo all things, he educated, Glive them
x Republic to day, the same voters are
likcly to upset it to-morrow, when the first
iQppopular but necessary measure Is pass.
'The .NW Yor 'i,ne says: "Dutring the
past ten days faitlires to the extent, of about
fouir millions of dollars have occurred in
this city, aftoiig jobbers8 and cmmisslon
hiorise' 'in'Ilie dIry goods tradle. Business in
t'his line hans been 'very dull for nearly two
years ;. It has not paid. The recent failure
of one of lar-geat dry goods houses was due
to heavy losses thr'ought customers In the
Northwestern States. , There are dippreheon.
sions that. a few other houses may be forced
to succumb, but the loading dealers ho,p'o by
rIgid retrenchment to overcome preset dif
ficultiles. No alarm Is necesrary, as we are
informed on excellent authority."
'Const'able lubbard informxs us that Tal
'o'was aum'toxttded if a wamp by h'is dos'
putieb 'and conside '(i gthat "dtsocretion'was
thto better'par'. 6 *alor,"' ieroforo surrot..
dered; 'ie 'siates, hoe ~er,,.g1ote Thlbqt
had def ermxined, several' liok1( 4t[di~ t9 o
pof sl hpl aff'gi,' but. s ree
Qb,uiIsfotoInt 14io ,tqbbad, jie4'tar i
doeubtful whotl er heIs ation will. b.a.
*Oppted,. -The 4opathlalry foro, . It is iaig,
is to bhl'btiidod, ox.e p tn Andiercon, Ab
oegJlie and cooe Coit ies,--lid.,
A ehild Was killed in Norwich Cone., last
week by failing upon a* pair~ of soissors,
striking their point into Its br*in,
180'2.1ai,o I1808--.iere is one hoippy r*i.
slt of the misrule of this country, evev
since 0he end of' lhe war, ly the iadient
mn,jorily in Conlgre-4, say! the New York
l'rld: Tie nyerage price.or gold sit the
Ouse of (Ie foul rth year of pReo is higher
ti iii tihe niernge price of goli at the cio.e
P i' seoit year ot' lie wiv. I)Nri nIg t h
1-notil 1 ' i,weiboor, 18112, wylhieh was one o"
the v ry d:-lest perimd;i of t vivil coti
iliec, Wien thl violior of Anitiletam i hald 1.een1%
r0iemovedt to moako wily for fihe vilquilshed aul
Frederick.>)rg. andil t civilizel world wa
ilently Ii anii oll't i n OXIpeC ig the inal
,li ry iI inn oi' ihe Union, ie tice of go-I
ningeI 'rom 1281 to 131. )uriIg th.
uontih of Itecenber, 1 8l, ntler ithe- com
dele tiumli of li ltalicals, thli election
1t orant, ani the success of the 1,itecon
i(tunlio' I 'icy, the price of gold ringel
'roin 131 ;( 31j-ils highest rate boing
nore thanl tv ) per Cent., its lowest ienFl
,ix per ceti., above the rates of 1)ecinber,
''lhe lives of co11mositors in New York
'ity, it is asseried, do tot average over fo. .
y live years. The cases of this short
ived career of ( his uset'ifl Cns4 of vorkmeu
re to lie altriibutel to worhing rt nlight, and
o lihe want of' ventilation, tond tihe over.
tenting o' comlposing roos. Newspnper
milices are seldom sit lited inl buildings ex
uessly construeled for (he pitrpose. at d the
o*mposing roomlis ire pineet in t ho upper
tory, where file cenling is fox n.d without
toper meais of ventiltion. Tin aawliion
o this, the seanty sipply of oxygen is frur
her dinilishied by tho coislnut burning of
MAtYLASI!.--I len I thait telI 1lon1So JiU.
iciary Connittee are likely sonu to report,
resolution declaring thut Mlaryland has
ol a reilublienn consttiution-suioli At.
otitemplateid by. the C"onstitution''f (ho
Jiiteil .Shites. It is not to be dothle(d
iat that House will aeceptt tho report by n,
etei. ly uniinim t vote of its Iepubiloanl
Ielthers. After stich action by (lie present,
jouse it reniiju lo ho Scotn whether in
1i0s to ilect, on' the ilt of MaIreltu''he t
ill admit the linryland delegation lately
ldee-a to seRs on the floor. So says a
zation h ovidleutly toward lesselini-g 111:a
Iimber.'of'ho6is of st'udy for children. At
"uglih Iapor says: "In Germany, an ex..
leriliieiet is being mado~npon ladl at school
rita tle object of discovering whethiir naior
tuidy cainot, be got out of, and more 13earn
ig drivenl into 1 hem lby keeping them hard
it, assa by *ill :ny, in tho". inorning,
md amllowinig Ohem to dievote the whole af,
ornoon to play."
I1 is not cer(ain that M". Alexander If.
Ieplienus will nocep' the Cl1nir 'of' fistory
nt lie Iniversity of Georgin, to which ho
ma recenlly been eleoted. Ills health is
ery Neoblo, qnd h,l.Iterary'anld professlon -
I engagements interfere withii the imlmedi
to discharge of his dutics as professor.
I'o leave his hot1e aid its comforts', ofng
ill his habits, abidou his profosslon, and
m(or upon an entirely new way of life,
would ho a great sarifice ana alth'ough he
a anxious to serve the college, he hesitates
whether lie onn do so.
A nIcA:sls.-The Little Ilock GaZct snys
hat thore are in the lower Ifous f .he
Prkansaus Legislatnre 83) members, of whoi
3are Rsdicalt nod I a D)emocrat. Th!lero
ire 9.1,500 voters ini th,e Stato, ..of phoiu
r0,000 are whites, 23,000) uegroeg1 andl
1,500 carpet. baggers, h'inug a whtte tnNjori..
y o 456,500. Yet, snehl h,as been (lio l-as
ali yj of.tho Radicals. tand sabli have been
he krA'adi! and Impositions prsoticed upon
*io'pebple, thut thie Legi.lattwo Is almort,
wholly ,Re dion10
The new wing of. the Tlroaa ry Depatt
nlont, Is rapidly approachting comopletiton,
il'ho three tupper stories ar.e ft.nsked, and
3tnt pelN are no0w going downi re61y for co
supancy b)y the Internal' flevegi t' Depart..
npnt. Thei lower floors will tot, lie finish'.
Ni tir two oir thiree ifioathd. 'Pb TeWalls of'
thi ''cash roomi" are to bd pa,nolled alIth
rare spootiaens of Italla6i. narble.o-,The
muarblo willh cost. about.sMI,00). -Whetn
tin ished It, wilt bo the finest, ro'on in Ameri
ca, If not in t he vrorlds .
GENHRAL, RoUJn'r F.- pogl Ti,I
nilington Journal tnnouncos jho mqrrrhigge in
Now Y6tk, on the ovonhh, 'of h th irist ,
of Gener al Robotrt P. A e,,' 6t Nortk'in..
r6linad.to Miss Lillie VOn' ~ol, of Sodthu
('arolina, General JLifewal oliosotothe
most distin;u ii~ . orltsparolIika loffiors
19~ the Confeoderlul e rvIloo,,nd wo p rOulpti
edl to a m eerlli jd 1rl906nt
success af 'lpinouiih, .tf ''i .~
In , Tr'. To 'Mirau rir:r d40dr' dobr
14I$$ ouastif,, a suf/Aj.4ygg g qpey'
it boo ,en y . gno~aa
tjQ : (&f h, ' iso
41b di ot Ifhg the n4 fal?r o a .Jug'
fro e rreustn apA$%rlt@kIdg t/il
selarate r1*noof wiodaitg dW(' ir
di 1lge 4ghrApa Irsl p,
My@is I $"lsl<
re' #t.t i 1.)ida t