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IE FAIRFIED HLRALD
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
' ansday Morning, April 14, 1869.
ipils, Williams & Co., Props
The Silent Ma
We do not believe that silent men,
c:lled, have over been the greatest
i in the history of the world.
. Oliver Crtmwell, who perhaps
n1 all other human beongs, lps
'cd the ft:ctilty of keeping his own
. and whose actions, therefore,
- i:bly surprired the world. b,y
...ppinting its seclf-formled prejudi-I
c,. was i ot a silent man, Ile talk,?d
id sp~oke unich, and we can now see
n:oapninig in the. verbiage of the man
w orld Is styled a hpocrite. and
w6ith r"spiect to 1hom, it has neV.
vr been ale, by the minutes' research
na:tngst pi!es of hostile criticisut and
anunuciation, to detect the evidence
single falbtiooid in his whole en
rear. IIis fame will go down bright
'r every day as that of a true patriot,
"'he Great Oliver." But the point
w make is, he was not a silent tnan,
hat a most todious talker. /
Alhost overy other great man has
hon u great in expression. Calhoun
u:ade more speeches than a, y other
iutl in A mcrico. Edmund Burke
invari:bly talked up a two-thirds
v t) against the wiiest measures ever
proposed in l arliament. The truth
is, the majority of men are fools, and
yet excessively fond of listening to
their own folly foolishly expressed by
thomselves ; they cannot talk well,
and with malicious jealousy, hate the
man that car. His only refuge,
therefore, is not to talk of himself or
thllg: related to hinmself. L3t hint
work for himself, but talk of every.
thing else in the world.
Now we hold that Grant is a weak
man. because he is a so-called "silent
man"--one who by nature is rotioent,
just as some mon by nature have red
hair-or one who affects an owlish
mystery, which is a poor substitute
for solid wisdom. Unfortunately too,
he does speak ocoaf ionally, but al.
ways very awrkwardly, and aout hin.
The Mobile Tribu ,e on Labor for Ootton.
The Mobile Tribu>e is the most in
teresting of Southern newspapers.
feeling of pleased exptation, for
they indiente that the editor is a thor
ough Southern gentleman, both by
their vigor of thought and lofty ele
vation of sentiment. Ho is a patriot
without hope of office, who loves the
noble people of the South with un
feignod affection, and we confess to a
SIong desire to shako him heartily by
Perhaps the reason that we differ
from the Mobile Tribu*ne upon the ex
pediency of importing labior from
China, is that we have a still calmer
and deeper 'aithi in the future of the
South. We are certain of a plenty of
skilled white inanigrants during tho
text decade, and we know that our
weire natural increase will give us
three million add itionail inhabitants.
Th1e hi-tory of cottoni proves, that,
dlurIng the same decade, whether the
crop incerease or decrease, cotton enil
turo is worthi to us two hund red
uiioin of dollars ler' annum. The
tendency of our white labor to varv
our' inidustriail purrsuits is an uinmit
gaited blesing. In England and oth
or highly ch~ ilized countries butane
f''rth of the popullat ion engages.in
Airiculture, but that culture is scien
tit?e, and tenl times more renmunera
tive thani fifty yeazrs ago. The South
v..ill do well, She has been taught by
the puritanical North that "might
nuiikes right. ' The fainati1cal faith in,
that doctrine that chjaractc rises the
North, has openecd our* eyes to the fact
that "right makos might," only wvhen
w ake use of tihe appointed means.
'I lie South is growing strong. She
maust not paralyze herself by import
ing~ ehiitnae. She can afford to wait
qietly, andr let the North proach the
gospel ot Hate to the rising generation
in the pubhli0 lecture, in their school
books and lit their miother's knee.
Tihere is a l)iviniity glhat shn pes our ends
ouigh hew thenm as we nTay.'
raith in the Right.
Ignorance and its child superstition,
*re tho ennmso of much of the despon
enecy and4. beart-weariness that often
I1 to the lot of those who believe
mat the right will prevail. They
'e sight of the greal law ef means
~vards an end that pervades the
sral,-as well as every other depart
.ent of God's creation, Ilost excel.
.ityotung mtei and women fail. But
by ? Becansao thought their end ha.
ont right, they.bare not pursued it
a wisq waiy. Euarnest, Preaohere
t.. .. Why 1 Jiecause, they suppose
l 'it'God' suspenda 'e6iil .or physidat
.aWs i,r minister. oftthe Gospel, Now
all snulh people, and we venture to as
sert that they eomprehend ninety-nine
hndredths of society, would be pro
fittei by the refleotion, that though
the I.n "'Cney "f rbit is t' power, such
tende)ncy becoming fact is altogether
d 1pendent" oil ciren st ances.
"In the late contest between the
North and the South, it was common
to hoar people say : "The right will
triumph. God is on our side-we
cannot fail." But the right did not
trinmph. Right did not bring the
"heaviest hattalions" into the field.
Ti'e right will fail when, effort ceases,
as well as the wiong.
Right will eventually triumph.
Why ? Not beenuse God will roll it
onward without reference to means,
but boo use the right is capable of In
spiring devotion and heroism ; be.
can-sa mon will work mno- earnestly
and persistently for t1 right than
the wrong ; because they will see in
time that their interest is with the
right t'eeaue the right will bind
people by strongcr cords, making
a combination everlasting and al
mighty. Wo do not deny the
agency of the Infinite, but tbe In.
finite has certain stable methodv of ac
tion, and those methods are not viola
ted to prevent a teiporary triumph of
An Appeal in a Good Cause.
We print below an appeal t1.nt has
been sent us hythe ladles tXt hie tonfed.
orate Momorial Associathn of Lynch.
burg. They ask of the Southern peo
ple assistance in the good and nonle
work of placing monuments over the
graves of our fathers, brothers and
sons, and we are contldent that they
will not ask in vain. We oome.tend
it, therefore, to the attention of our
numerous readers, and we bespeak for
it, in obedience to the request of the
ladies of the Association, a place in
the columns of our Soutberu exchang
TO THn WOMEN OF THE sOUH.
The ladies of the Confederate Me
inorial Association of Lynclburg,
Va., would respectfully call the atten
tion of trucir sisters of the Southern
States to the fact, that severnl thous.
and soldiers from the various Stntes
are buried in the cemetery of that city.
and earnestly solicit their assistance
in the work they have undertaken of
erecting a suitable monument to their
memiory. The Lynchburg Associa.
tioln bus already enclosed the Cemete.
colleotEng a"asianffiS'dWord''ax1pihso"^ i
the lonulment. The impoverished
condition of the people of Virginia,
prevents their earing for the graves of
the Confederate dead who repose in
her soil, in the manner they desire,
and they confidently appeal to the wo.
men of the South to contribute to
their holy work. Any donations may
be sent to either of the undersigned of
Mrs. 11. F. DBcocIC, Pres.
Mis (TARRIO M "AWnICI, See.
.Memorial Association of Lynchburg,
03- All Southern papers are re
Anosted to copy.
A Radical Reoconstruct, as Shown by hia
Own Pooket Book.
A mlost rare anld choice opportnni
ty, says the Augusta (ihronc/e & &
tinel, lhas been furnished tIhe puIblic
th rough the vi isilonee and integrity ol
the Gate city plolice, for e~xplitini
thle inner life of tile "trooly loil.'
The following advert isemlent appears
in on Atla~ nta paper, and gives all the
data requisite for est imaiting the vir
tile anId inlte~lligencee ; for arriving at
tile habits, mode(1 of life ; and for comn
pniting the value of the principles and
loyalty of a Bullock Radical, who hlas
been servinig loyalty anld tihe State as
an //onorable member of the Recon
On one of the streeta lending from
the Opera House in) this city, on Fri
day last, ai m~orocco covered mnemoran
d1umn book, whieb1t contins among othi.
er thtings the following items of no
co.unt in lelad pencil, the pubulication
of whiob may lond to the recovery of
the property by the legitimlate ow.nor,
who Ias IegneaOted to "prove property,
pay cbargea, and tako thle salue asway,"
from the finder.
G. W. AnDEnson,
Lieut. of Police, Atlanta, Ga,
resolved Waigos for sedon $812 00
mliledge 87 00
paiper envoloppa ponsela d&e
worth at least 83 25
voting for hulleek in the An.
gier muss in Greenbax 37 S%)
yoting the 15th amendment, 50 00
ex penses 0' wee and a half$495
bed room 95
bord 47 apple PIse 4 82
in All 19 inse Pise at 15
ceeese6e 2 85
kraokers and Cheese 2 24
ginger Kaika 1 80 a.54
epIes 14 hair Cut 28 othIer
vitals 2 39 2 58
palper colars I box belony
saussago 40 05
utder 005 Canada 10 .t
tobaoo 1 55 pea N?utu 80 2 t o
lashing Close 00 9
ipoesteg. stamp~ Used 0
tomgs to markeraid baH 1
sun Drye and o ie7t
mail Cloor $804 14
DEFYING Tile )EPor.a.-Y.At No
vembor, the Suite of Missouri gave
about. nineteen thousand majority
against negro suffrage. Now the Ja
cobin Legislature of that 8tate has
ratified the negro suffrage amend ment
of the Couatitution.
Michigan lust year gave forty thou
sand maj trity against negro suffrage
and her laegislature have ratified the
Kan<as.also gave a mi. j ,rit y ag:int
negro suffrage in 1867. N* the
Legialature of that S.,to has rastifed
the suffrage uuend ment.
The anuo.dsnnt in now to be forced
through other 8.a-es in d,:fi,nce of the
will of the people, and agaitt thoir
protest. The voters are not be con
i wited, and the neas"ure is to be o.tr
ried throngh, if pos.aible, by a trick
conocived aid ud,ptod at Wa-hiag
ton. The Nchene will react upoo its
SnATon S?RAnU.'s CHARa.--On
Tuesday Mr. Sprague said in the 8;-n
ate that he "kuew himself of a legis
lator, a member of a committee, who
hud been asked to report upon a cer
tain matter in a certain way, and the
temptation held out before him was
one hundred thousand d' llars." Sow,
if Mr. Sprague k1owa this stud dues
not expose the Whole matter hie is a
accessory. It will be no answer to
say that th" man did not take the
money. The 'uffur was a crime. Who
made it ? Mr. Sprague's duly Is
plain. Will he dso it, and set an ei.
ample that may be effective against
TAKING A MERCANTILE VIEW OF IT.
Luc) Sto.e tua, teeret,t d a pot.t ma
to the women' sights arithnntici,,ns.
She wauts them to tell her how many
tons of grold the vutes of the women
ot the United States are worth at
five thousand dollars apiece. She puts
them at this price on an estimate
made by Richard H. D ina, Jr. of his
own vote. We hope Lucy does not
mean to delude the ladies into eager
ness for the suffrage by this estimate.
It is ridiculously high. The ladies
could not sell their votes for anything
GENERAL GRANTa POWEn To On
DER AN ELECTIoN.-The committee
litened to their urgument s, but, al
though coming to no formal determi
nation, are of opinion that no oongres
sional action in the uare is nee+.ary,
as the President can at his. pleasure
order an election to be held, at which
the Constitution btll be eubmitted to
the judgment of the people,
.- . hbin.. Pt& .
Ti LATE FRosT.-The Marion
Creaent say": ' Juaat as we exlprerSed
our fears last week, Jack Frost has
umade a savage swoop.upon our young
cnru and early garden vegetable, and
they are gone. Irish potatoes, beans
and early tomatoes are all out down.
S,,me of the planters have planted
outton, but we are glad to say that
none was up.
The Newberry He,a/d of tast week
says: -'The streets were crowded ON
Monday. The following sales wore
made by the sheriff. One sanlt
house and lot, one-fifth of an nere,
$805;t on e small house, cont aining
un acre, $900 ; and one good d1 welling
house honune, without one half aere,
$1224. These were thne most imp~or
Iit at les.''
EJ.ECT ON OF A t)EMOcRATfc MAYOn
--EsTRUC'rWE F i a E .-LoaieiIl,
Apsi i 3.- Jees H llinee, an Inul.
pendent Demnoer.st, was elected Ma:yor
to day over John G. Baxter, the ,egu.
tar Democrat iu non,uee.
Last ni&rht G.unsberry ani 0>.'.
four-story b, iek bonded warehouse, at
Franikfort, Ky., was destroyed by fie,
with thirt3-five hundred buerdb, of;
whiibkey stored therein. Loss $35,000.
It hans 1,eon recently annonneed
that Alexanider von Hfumbolt died
very poor. lie was unable to manke
good his banik account at Mendels
sohin, whuich he bad considerablty ever-*
drawn. His pnbl1~isher., the Cottas at
Stuttgart, ha d turned his well known
generosity to account. znd paid him) a
con:paratively trifling copyrighlt fo.
While thme fight remains merely a pa
per-pellet affamir one bietween acts oif
Congress anad Presidential vetnes--we
are mneli-ed to look on as tho womian
did when her husband and hear were
at it, "Go it husband, go it h.enr."'
Let Grant Sustains his own vetoes.
sword in band. 'That is tbhe beat
iting he can de for us and himself.
DEPR ESSION EN COTTON MA NU. A C.
TtiRE IN ENOL.tan.--Theo Fall Rliver
NW. says : F?rom a private letter re
cetved by oneo or the operat've in
this city from his fat her now realiding
ini Lanca.tershi1re, England, we learn
that the depre.ssino in cotton manufao.
tures there is even greater than at any
period during the rebellion..
THE PEAen CaOW or MAnyt.Aq.
It seems to be the ej,Inionm on the E~as
tern shore of Mary) nd, a'monmg these
miost deeply interested, that the
peach erop promises fair the eoming
season. Some variet4es, it is said,
have, Ibeen injtnred by th. 'Mareb
frosts, bnt as a geral tbing the. buda
Geneal lai's emsr~ in . a. ate
pre44 fdm 8 Jme aI
t#yda aidsin aBa'd
'The result of long and careful In
vtigations1in restpeOb to the retail:
pr es of the leading aticles of 'domes-' '
tro oonstUnption by operatives in the,
manufaoturing towns of New "Eng-"
land, the Middle and some of the
Western States, ahows---allowitances I
being uade. for an ascertained varying
ratio of expenditures for 'the several
art.icles enunerated--that for the year
1867 ind. for the firt half of the year 1
1868 the average increase of the oowt
of all the elements which Cou.titutei
the 'ood, uluthing and shelter of a
fatally has been ahut seventy-eight
per ott. as comuuttred with ihr, stand.
aid prices of 1860 and 1801. The t
result, in general uf this l.rge it)rrea.u
in the prices of coitnu,ditics of doeus
tle ,:cnsuniptiosn to the Lbo rin,g man,tu
be.comes e% idtet,t by coi.p.,r iug such I
inorea-c with the i-wrs: >e int the rate< I
of wages dtiritg the peid ider I
oint.arison---whiub rate., for th' )ear
1867, as oompered wilh 1860 atnd,
1861, were as follows :--F'r un -killed
kilo-chauiual lab.I, Vl y p. r Cent...
fur skilled nohast,I lb bor,sixty per
uctnt. Comme rcialI. NWr.
'l'I W i ..si.:- t.lls i'n i.1t:. ..
T1he Commin IIIl t4 h-ci. .n hin'tlt -m 1-' re
p~ rt.l tl r. Simpls ,m) i: si bl,.b , for , s,
r.-ason that. lie is unn!l.. s to'itk," thtr" tmth
of ofl,r prts"crilb,."l by t s,et of J.11
2. 1862. 'T'his inl,ilb 'v,.s sv th." ('u,m~-i
l'tss . i r1 a lb l-, in 'w riti sg b v N Ir.
Wallln(E., tand1 ;admiited hvy Mr. Simp.,il
in lt-4 write i ia. wer to t,,. ntie.." of
cn1etO.L i tihis t Q. Tiis, of cours;e,
un'uats Mr. 51iium11,+~11. i
W ith r,egsrl to th lte o .'s>it. t tln i.
jarity of th-li. ca"n ui't"s re.lnrr in I;-V s .s
of giviing NI r. Wilinea'. r;r..s;tl. anid s
miirr niy rettrt. 4.1l -r v i to j .n
gri4. ni911 , ..' ,,111p .. i hr.i r-- .
[ ?'r?:|1, I'wu.'r. r
A C.' - .:G'raTtrins .-.ii
:1gui t' . -h ." oItt :r , -lr , av 11 . I
of wirtchlesilt %r .4 dlts ' p si S l ift I. ' hr.st.
ec11 ont. 111nd hurrredl. 'h-t t: ireci-el%
whIa:t the, Rt:tiit'nsist %.I- &-,o w ithl I , t l
$u'h I. A fier slit hid hmit killh-d i
A ppointox, and the fin,il servi'. ho
lbpon rendr ov"r isr by Andrew .Joh,.u
soi, Rsliehmlini,g'i-'r up, to,>k ntt, i
her he.aert iind smiarerl it. over with
I learn to..lay 7tJ that the joint
resoluliu for Liwe ntrij~urnment of Cot
gress on Satirday will pruhnuhly ho re
scui(ted, ai' the sessioni pr,lonael to b
th," 151h iistit ni lea,st.. SeveraI ren- G
stils atre nieigied o ibia lhis hng of bste. .
iaong which is ifhe growig li,piositi i,'l
fir Ih41 atnex'st :oin of (Cua nol .-ann
I)suning., - W1it./liasgt~n Ltiter in Bll t
The Charbeso N'-s ravs - "Mr.
C,.rhbm, com.sv,l f~r t,t!' ..r, 'P:.1, II ' r
i ohe-ro. ight hi,t".i.s . i -t., a..v t" ,,. I
tit'e " , , ap..t) fr ,Om , 1 ..' ;, ,.. .
decioiun . i' lat I.se m,nd-a,a v . . a" " i
wrs. or olrsr, , It,.. iipr,. ,,, ,.,,,i,
ease to he ler,rd i)n the third M,)ndtyr in
Seven gentlemen in Illinois want
the sent in Coligrass vacated by Waish
None of the seven will get it ; that
is it they are really gent lemen. All
the seats are reserved for black
Th~ B3elgiuan Ch.amber ha s d.ited t
this lill for t tie abohitnon ofimuipri.oinmeint]
for de'bt by ant inanenseW malhjorityv. and
refuised to e'xem.pi. fromi the b.-m'-eliis o~f
Its provisiona even edii'ors niinble to pa~y II
The' R:chmomni Dispa*ch is S airtile.
at.ni iugug.e stn t appii m- isgroes mem <
bma of m 5poli. ini tilLn cit y,.y
have~' growii qii' e ncein-tuun-d to i hem
he're. The ''e.tI ild robulcs sles*p tioly.
Mayor Hlall, of New York, hias ,
tyritten a letter wartninig t he p-iblio
agalinst the gif't eterprisecs, dollnri<
stiios i ndl other swinidles originating 1
Mr. (' P. Pelhami ainnuonnets that.
the piblic'at ion of tIreo IDa'y th'eir
diea will be resumed on thie first of
.Mv y, p roximuo. Furthe'r partculars
it. .s said, will be given in a few. days 't
with regard to ternis, &c.
Tea Hlzaan7 Or POL.rTENP.s.-A,)
ex-mem.~iber. iof Contgre.-.a wri' ing~ to s
Doctor of D.inity ulpah.g:isinsg for' not
seliding hiii. it espy of bla. spieeches.
IMPORTANT RuMrOR.-That Senuator'
Spriaue coniitemiiisites bnLl ing up hi
old Kat:ena l nel/gcer.,. in ordeir ti
run it on a ue.v departiure for s.
Pre-enial successn.--Newt Yo'k,
The Chaurleston Nesws stntes it is ii:
formed thait the 'organization of the
nsegro tmilitin was Into oeee at Ah
beville, on the 29th nit. I
Two negro wornen hav l.eon sp.
poitad to clerkships in one of' lhej
Depurt ments at Wasthingtosn. Whiite~
women wvore remiovetd to miako room
A conv'ention to nominate n Demo.
eruitic enndidate for the lov'ernership 1
of Peninsylvania si?l be hebt fuly
It is reported that Queen Victoria h
Its a Spiritualist, ail talks with her
leparted Albert every day.
.loston has a milk Inspeo'or, anid t
bina operations have material Im
proved the quality 'of the iroli sold
Mkrs. N. Smith. bas been e1to4 ed
iiayor of Oskaloogs, bIa, the fir,M ti
roman who over receive4 tlet honor "
16 is estimatwehea thewe are 95A.
100 thremhing nf1aohInes ba the UnitedK e
Jtas withent ebunun~g the 'seheb.t
_L aj Ite _
'ho Monthly 4e
Off Iount "ixA Ins itijte fl' be
ound on the 4th page of this mnrn
"That fellow That Looks Like Me,"
-by A P,. Miller.
A Brahmin Bull for Sale-John
8hori8ffualape-44. W. Duvill.
Ladd roa &:Co., , dvortise an.at?:
ructive assortment of Spring Goods.
Mr. Frank Elder has jtcst returned
nd is now opening. a full and co.91
lete stneck of Groceries. DrY Good 8,
lillinety Goods, &e., % hie Ihie offers
ow for eash. Go tttt sec.
See notices in I1ankrulptcy, by \V.
.Cla wson, R egist er.
Sale--L. W. Duvall, S. F. D.
Read the Notice, "Under Decree in
.quity1' by S. 1. Clowney, I, C. P.
' I,lk Befa're you Leatp- Jnli P.
L Recipe Worth Oae Th usand Dollar
The Ohio ('ullirgfnr says the fol.
ig reci.O is wtrtIr ont? tistnusd dot
ctrs to every hotii:ee.'.-r
Take vane pnotnl of :-ui t;,'da and at
u1t' I:,ttcl of uaslacke I lime an.1 put
hem in a gallon of water, boil
":et,ty ninutes, let it $tatnd till cool,
hendrin ffJo:lpt ill !1 "1.11 jildr
r j : " : yorur d irty elotles (v(.r
ht, or until he a e wec throgi'4h,
ben twrIIIp th- .ami rtl- ub n leit.; nt
otap, Iatnl inl tne b:oilr ni el"thes well
, ver, d wi'h, wter" ;t,l, ~ine fr t?.ny nl
t t v.as;i:, f.uiti ; b, ii half aa
our brikly, thecn wa:-h thmrn thc,r
ngd With suds ; rinse, tndl you
lothes will !nok better than by the
ld way of wtashiig tuice before l.>iI
ng. This is an inlualc re, ip,,
nd every poor, tired rotan ehuuld
We are reqested to say, there will
e at meeting of the 'lanters of Fair
eld District, held at the Court House
at Winnsboro, on Monday, 18th of
pril, for the purpose of organizing
u Association ; appointing Delegate ,
a mee01"t ait ( C')1 (.onven ion of I'lan
ers in Cobutt. i,i ou Ie 28th inst -it.
n1l fir sn.:h itter lnrpose., tas tay
ae at ed V to pt,mnote the hst
,to tre s 't, f Iht, peaple.
We ash,1 evtect a lar:re attet,tlanc
nd a full and free interchaue of
Every daty we discover new evi
ences ot" the rapid increase of the
anufaceturing interests of the South.
'o-day the Niws contains the card of
>r. P. P. Toale of Char-leston, an ex
ensive manufacturer' of Saashes,
Ihindsa, doors tand houase Trimmnings of
We leatrn fromt the Chtarlotte Obser
'r, thtat the freight train on the C. &
. C. Rlailroad ran over a moan by the
anme of Gorge Mc ns Ott Tnes.
tay afternoon last, abnht a mile from
ort Mills.* lie wats hying ac-roscs tho
tack, and tahe enag iieer dida tnt d is.
over haimi in tiame toi stop the train.
-le lived hut a short time after be
ng ruin oet-.
It wilh bie (tlsecrved by reference to
n andvertiscemit in to duys Ni:es,
haut the aninni mteet iag of the C. &
E. C. Railroadi will be held ip Columat
tani. Thec Stockhoplders and( theair
aiiesic, in regad to faree panes, will
e allowedl thae utsatl parivilges.
lew Spring Goods.
Mestrs. Ketch in, Me'instter & Br-ice
dvis aur rentiders to-day of thm ar
ival of their SpiI tad Summtaer
ino-k. This o tll 0t.:thliished firm Ila
'el known to thet counttry- :and we
ek but tie. t'~iiet of mauny, that
S to) goo tute in the selection of
cod they htiV)av oa sueor.
B.aautifd ul Santiet.
I)otr ("halamers beautifulhy atys:
The 11.t le thcat T I :nv e sern in the
onrlid antd ktnown- of' thla- haitiiry of
ntak indl, teachhes e to look upi'on''
toil- errolrs in sorrow, no(t in ainger-.
Vihen I take the history of one poor
cart that hats sinnedt and entfered-,
'td represent to miyself theostrugieaen
hd temtptations it p-assed tharouagh ;d
te brief 1Dlationa (f joy ; the tears
f regret ; the feebhoneer of' ptarpose ;.
te scorn' of' the wrorld 'that fiis ehari&
;the desola tion of the soul's uianea
tary, and the tEr'e'atening voi9es
Ithin. ; heoalth geng, Ntappiness Ng
would (aiu;,ieave . tlre erring soul) of
-y follow man with Fim fromi witose
attde it eftib -
- r~~ fulIJutst neAp
monih,e, and the demaltnd is daily inc'rea"ing,.
Rich and poor, youmg and old. ldies. plhy.
aician! lumi clerg:ymen, find that it revives
drooping spirits, lends stirenglh to the sys
tem, vigor to tht; mind, and is exhausted
nature'M great restorer. It is cmpolumi1 ol
ot lthe choicest roots and herbs.. Ihe ec
brnled Calis iya or 'er"ivi in in k. c. , aill
jric.rveil in' pure St. Croix It,im. 't lia
,Agld 1' all, rettli('etable . dealeros in every
towni, parlhh, village nd himiinlet throigh
North ind South Amienic, E'urope, and all
the IslaniesI of the OceAn.
MAi"I..tA W -F:n.- -S--Superior toI th best
imp uretl Utrmnan ('ologiie. anmi solhi at in:
The Fellow that Looks Like
In ial dis'nir I w.nder.
And sear le knoy wiiii In do,
For ihitie n1iioitne mt')n11i are coming on
13111 I've this t.nso' , I at left,
T1hn'"i"w perebl',n-', flhty I'e.
\mnong the le.w. tii:l -0.ii, will en111
Oli the 1-low Iimi' lto like m".
For ililt lell~tw 1th.i l1i.4 lik' mime they say,
Ihis tMoiny 1hing imht's One,
%:h as .\lnideria. \it1Inga,
W'l(h Pmot Iai ' Sherry Winue.,
IIe', Wt1i-k,y ioi', thant . bnnotul to pilens,
S1' you 1eed1 i ie t'u- itI he,
Of 'ly t i i ": g.L-i .m 1tin y
Froit v til t' livn i;i h: i)o ks like tue
lie's ..r11l h b - an'1" $l d 'Z,"nrid.
Wi' 1'i. PiIeh-r. Ale(' .1 (hn11.
\ - v 1 - .v thwu mv- C,.iii,
- t "tl " ,,v '' '1('il I hnt h:1 1 1y 1 14 t"I1 is.
I 'i i. Ob,i l'u:i L'.-on- s iidili (:in,
..ii U itmiin It .1111m l I ..
a1l, .\l'githnr .pen ttie n i to,
Whwi ill t.n Ile-11-- should try,
!n ' e' h:'-a 1"-rty thln-..in tine,
Th'i: fin . a l. sh-,oial b(.,
1' j'1-I tn r l'trr -o i see ihis ch6ap.
i h1i } J' i ib b1! rloij of tme.
W e lhel 'ritnii tn!l oi. 11w.1 Ilhey to law,
For sei Ii (emt.nl Wt-Cult,
Il-v,1 iuerlis', fir<1 mv 1.ignuur try,
F v- I.o l i:-i tii ;,1
.:niih-vv .0-h--i-vt t - -h i ig
I'of v nu t ! m . y'". ov r - .. I .m..
T h r; '. .I i ..; e ,i'in
Th' i, t' thr,i t':r .I j "r 0i . .ne.
Ba rii4.- elii nur ii -e onlyoi
Y r. I'' l t li ' mrl e h ko iI .lil i . il,
A l I h: ~ .- rat" l hll r ut p . ".11 i 11 , 11
, :1~ R I ,l:1-v'i l11'i J-sr: l,i"', i
ittl 13- - A. t'. \II !.Li:tR
S1IEIIIFF'S SALES. _ -
B -irtile ot -uIt'1 :mir- Ixcl ri.. s in ie ,tiL
r'eie , I will treer li-r :Ih' ns Fisi-tiehll
ICimvit m I1v se on vhI i i i luml-ny :ilm thm
the h -' i l-i'. I - n of >nle. ro :h( highimu 'st ri
n i mi - r ot f i : : - - rn re or leI , of
111,1 , Iu- li e 4I' 'l" te mi *Ilii --v "1r11 i",y m mi('11'11 v11
b o i , ih 'i . ,-h c.o. : ii .ij , ii i in ,pm,,
uponi- mi-i uhe p tip.mr of .htme il Coif t-o,-i
T" hie > i. "-f .151 tlu1 h1i -l. I:x'ur. Jnd o I h.
msv. .\rtbu 1i Kinnedy, Arthur K Cra'g
I1 n latene> ' -ma IY IUn.
that, nitet of IH neri's, more mr leati, of
I.1t ul in h.,irtiel' ,lunn r. nId}11iii':n- ld (.f
11 " 1~u %by . .- i-ew n11 . 1 hel-,Ih-virt on l
S 'Ii a lw pil(po?r I r 1 ( -'~"1,v r ihe s ;t- of
N Ii 1y. .S\'i--ne,', indl 1 h r . 1 i'i
(i.e iri o .in ncr's metre m- le.., of
hnil in N:.irlil t n1lj,ining b
11 \iendonr. 1.1111o of 1' t'ru-hy iii'r of .hl
t'-vie"d 111''n as file ptrn :.ty' ,,f E-l an'd
Tat lir jr..lt. the suit tt'..1i:" J. 'ning
all olher .
L. W DUV.\L'.1.,
a F. LC.
ii arciil't viny O mvii v i ie Uml
Ai.eviim W.h, iumnmi8 vlvwie' blI.Lmi
apl 8- ',lmt- ir*vlvid
Ahiliiw igm-n BR IiMIN ti U--LL,sviepv
I U hiitnu- 1 Evinio loe
ip abeii oflv mny co p n i te- ni-.
Cimd SRes by -ean orm envtandiiUum
Theu : fooa are he. nmvei aifi sime par.
mmlv' kt) JOat~ Pn S1amueil EW'athcart,
her T W1 Ewibvn,ip le'el; y f Kerebi,
A -vliur Thuspa\i.mehl,
Lb 31'lionm- neltm-Pn rrll hiaco jts,
I li il \le nsm itlii-li -, W irice,~ ii r'
Cupt .i Jiv .\manis, Urlv aid \eip nis,i'
hAid ahos o hes.Un. ndge ci
- n- ar o's.ii a-k~s
Km-muers .i ha r eiiue wih amm fuliammvit
ofmu Goce' -i, ry.hmm~ Goods. moun . So.. Wi
l~ie ood.e &c.. wmi ich he wil sel1t
- Extnra y Fa parytmedw
0.i nunagen ofv his.jister. .\s.- haw,
var eo givhehaIlwgni;on ake up iu l
kWhew Ais on
)fv - inupge ao,Svn lcie
Ic s.lt e W 'her .h - , Do gl
iors ttub1 1up tu of f naitilog
their Iomn gr t ' t t l'onT ois A01 d
conducted as the -e r olin i rr is
especially dos4rvi - of support.
Every farmer khtti planter in the
S .t.lk. d himself 4.Mervice by
sending TIwo hollars for a year's sub.
sIription to this justjyr pioilp,t"1trn4.
zinc. We are glud to learnu fr(n the
proprietor that the success of the
.Farmer is beyond his ino-t satignnine
expoetations. Address Wi. if. Be'r
Copies sent free.
How to ,Prepare Land for Orohards and
'T'Ie Nashvillo Union says, in re
gard 'to the above highly inpertant
sul.lject, that many farmers, espetin
ly new bcginners, are puzzled as to
the best usedc of preparing lbnd filr
this tree or that ono. for strawberries,
for gropes, and all kinds, of o.eharct
tand gilrdeimn plnnts. If '12e grounud is
not tinderdrained, the best and only
good prepltiantion is to plew is deeply
as a good t;-am n:i pull the plow, tnd
follow with in sil-soi lifter, run u.
deeply as anolther team , can p11111 it.
A- d I t this a g,od c(in t of st il he ma
1 nure, if it cln 1 i lal ; i.f not, use the
1;est fert ilizer thiat can h- proelinred, al
wnys remrlenbe1'ring that the best of
those last, are biut it 1noder'ilte 'nulsti
tuta for the forienr. When this is
done, th.l't' is 110 noeeso ity :or dig.
grirt hulgor hnles, or, for plnttilli ria
linirt' ill th 1 * :tand it .1n enr''I'n l Ps.
l ,:alc i:. ti ie' of tht' co-t of thi, kindtl
%'Io preparltNl:2 -1i, iu' tctompa7 .lred witt Ithe
' e l':e of i;ging l arge holes, it vll
1t' t( ''. ! ', ! :ts ('+cljn .mliea1 ;I1d1
va:tty 1more;'t+ hu'eiiciaI. Unlt whn''nn
tIIln ; :i11'i 1Io1 :m-" W.11tin g, iS i:
:;(1tin tlilies the cusO i11 i.lall f inorcl.
inrn-ds :nnl Viny1('r, to pr"'par land
for this Illsllt', it' is tiluch! Ietter to
pO w .ad subsnil strips of lainn, aboui
live feet wide, wchere tie rown 'if treo
and vinos a'"6 to be planted, thlnn tc
dep,end upon digging large holes
We are opposed to putting any mall.
nures or stiulnuts in the holes vit li
roots. Lot the fertili isers le incorpo.
ratod in tIhe So h. w1hcr tine roots will
find tiwrmn as they gro0w, Itit .ii md
Stimulllat then to a luxuri:irt grotwl'tl
at thne outisidle. that thiey nny lie 1tatr.
el n2$11n11 : V ihr'oll reach ti O ides fil
m hl lc. We have on r known thi'
and iI) of prejorati(nt to fail when
fuowed wi th proper euhtivation.
RDi.n, in M intgmerllll y " o , y , 'n the
22 1 of ,11ar.-i. in I lie 24ths 3ear 1 f heir agi
Mrs it I 11It I FI PMI t()t'ON. Wir' a
t'a1pt. Walter It. l're-ston, ainl dntlghr'r of
Eutwnrd and Claundja Maenus, of F"nirfiel
Disirict, S. C.
Tihe deceased a1nd been, for se'veral
1ont s p r etinng her e . ih, a g ien t it'.
erI. Comnsi nin".m in insa most inilliclning
-rim wiie siW*y her lifo: -niI yent 322 i151
di1u ~1nIWas lihe ii ein.e 21ha1 shne lidi inot dij
ern 1 he approach oh deanh n 102but an few
h,n' frienntminha she cIlnhil no1tii in I-.inge,
siurviv ~e, 'hena' nneo0, 1niud wVinh i n '11 pp.-,2
reInt efft. ganve nnp the~ won l. sto-onlg. fl
sine wais hondn no in by tine ilove of hii'ftenid
husndgnin and demnn fn ie'si~ 'The sphn iL ni
eni V 2esiglton1121 se-Illdcto pas~ssnjn lher.
aniud hien tongi Swere abs.2ri Ced with spiri
toal thnings. 'tihogh in- -' ~tvenil yeari s an
consi eon tlnmembinnf the~ Iliscopnl Chu nrch'.
been, +1cien 21h1 wi"-hed un.i- -spcilly
ntlter iher phyn~sicalI111 aiiare cme nsi r lnl he' I n
inultinee oft diis2nse ; hint whben ilnterroganl,
ed !2122. o ier* poe ts fo $rr .112. funture,0 Alne
ainbl iaeveral,, dayu beforen h er 'lea h tha liihl
snbileet of faith inin Chrm n .tilvnn 22' d. 2122
sihe conhll with ini ot :nfbldnce, leav herlil ionul
Iait llny in nihe hia nds, or iher flarione,. Itir
rehgt i rinni11pinp waIs mlllo and Innore. 01m.
pia-ie an e in.- 1 drew nel' a 122r. 'Thrne.e idny."
beranre her' depture, 2V' I was 1 ltin prii e
oft thle writer Inn 2-2nnn a sl'i-22 I ime w.ithl
henr int nenti ng nine scripturne2s 1am12 -Ipraver,
ind o ilmnnflneril to hen'-. nimi her irl-t'd
Inn nondhetri' hed tine SmnonBmniin *f then ..i
bnnlpner, 1222and uc .Wne ih -r comforn)t ii n ts
2.ervie- that. e:~ b n i nl.ig ;lt'tii pI.
no bu'n if he dayi s coinna2l' ill pa,-->n~n In)o
ph-2l2nloIly. lIe t n- 221fmomteints g~ue, if pnas
i'aie. mtill .s t ngenr y1>-oa f inr r.-innt's
to dopntl i tihe with 6h2iit*'" 232 fure.
11(11, to ini e-mn! no 122d14 ahIn frien-l were.2 no0.
enmfp 812i2d wInhI so0l.I'in a. rnn g.. 2no22 ('.
eflnntremnts 2o n2'etn hI in hnven, nCnd 22 tno
h'nngen' blebin i I2,t14 -miii slo0 ie nt ft-.
ft: .2121 niely into thi.ne ofl2'1 her I nl-- y 2',ar1.
-nui ?l22l. 221n. )itllust nid in 282 he 12 Vlen ut
(22onuemis by ieni n ilg tine littilen prayer ---
''w I t1y mie dJown tol 'leep." '1o ithe
2.-2'pt 118ro m tl arm of a iels 1'-4n'.
walke'h inc ie 1211 ot nihe "2ider broth2 er,''
wh.i" g- IveI hinmnelf for 2s 2111.
M ay the citrcle 'It friend. i. iii br'in-,ken Is
i2' r i -~,I i ul Iii in thne b1212'e n 121
P. 1I. W.
* TIlru : (l2mn,1
IGAM!LJ VEtDlINE OF THlE AGE
Ta/i-n InternMip,u.j ('Care~
C'ranm.p, nrol1211 irn the .8nomach,
* ivr .th'wliant,
- 7y'Pcesn fta JIndigeslina,
-S o * nre Thrto*nt,
. uddelnn Cnld'n. Ceughe, &-..,
Tekln Externally, i .Cuireo
e is1, - Felome,. 0nti,.. BruIseb, 'Iinnne amn
6oiInd Guui Snre,s.. SwelingMIlM.p,.
Toonohe, Pati tinth, VFce Norn.
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ri"l 8-Ine ~ '
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