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You are cihateen to day ated life's sunny
lla vi hroke n in splendor over your head,
lr:gt as the luw on the opening flowers
'T ..:t mo.estly hide in a sott mossy bed.
Yes, eighteeu to-day-in the bloom of your i1
Ainn high fur the holy, the pure and the
De stea(lfst in virtue-and bat.le for truth,
A nd Ike in t he 'eauty of true womanhood.
Jut eighteen Ic.day-t hen arm for the fight
' 'rust an:ion, Miil 'olly, and wrong
cG ito l Q" 0 utd the
Ad your arm ar. your hlie i shall to
Ye, eightcon toet~dy-then here's to your
N, wit h wine, hut with water refined.
My toant i s your purity-and a fadoless
O hi: ttty of ho-irt anal of mind.
That Wife of Mine.
\Vo ued to be very happy, my
wife and I. I was a simple farmer in
thoe day -, and I thought it flue fun.
B, dit of huri knooks, and harder
economiay, I had managed to amass a
competotice, which, if judiciously
cared for, would have lasted us a good
long lifetime. One rainy morning,
however, my wife amazed me.
"John, I was thinking your talents
wnro wasted ont here, and propose
that we go to N -"
N - was tier Utopia-my abomi
'Wty, Symphony," said I, "what
could btv* put that .willd notion into
your head 1'
"John, dear," a little miffed, "I
don't see anything wild about it;
now I put it to ,5ur reason, what
kind or life is this to lead I What
soci ty 1 I insist that this is no place
B3.it what could I do there 1"
"Wholesalo and commission; just
think of it."
la vain I pleaded cockroaches and
the ubsence of pennyroyal, bed-bugs
and burglars; they oreated no ap
parent emotion, her mind was fixed.
"Wtil, if you are determined, I
will h tve to consent, but, indeed, I
think you are mighty reckless."
Oae.tuonh found us established in
N--, where I immediately devoted
my attention and capital to wholesale
dry goods and commission. Sympho
ny was perfectly delighted. I thought
she would g> into costaoies over the
noise, and number of drays continual
"So e it"' I gromed.
,,~ ~ r l t i1,A F d =ib on
f" ~ t ~ry tc. 1ish My
st k. ?For this purpo se ><sontod
my.elf for some weeks.
It was about twelve at night when T
returned, and rain coming down is
jolly as you please.
* "Lahman, 31 Petroleum street."
A111 right, my oovey"-these cab
men always do treat me with levity,
and I am inclined to contribute It to
my pug nose. So wrapt was I, how.
ever, in my visions of a cosy fireside
that I did not notice it at the time.
Splutter, splutter, an oath or two
and the oabman sung out-"31 Petro
"-Ahcni," said I modestly, "are you
n .ure thi is tbe right place 1" 1he
house~ in front of' me was brilliantly
illuminated, and a perfect Pandomo
Iiumno seemed to be in session up and
down the Ltatirs.
"You bet," was the cabman's lace
i I reply.
"Hold up," said I, scratching my
I.e id, "by George, this rather gets
"All t ight ; a week if you like."
The mystery did not clear itself at
onceo, and I was fearfully puzzled.
"Cabman," said I, poking my hea~
out of the window, "who lives here l'
"Well, you are a pert un, you areli
Why, Urowning Saucer, that's yourself
livesi here, and no joke."
"No joke," I replied. "I guess
not; hold up," but the cabman had
given the inachine a dextrous turn,
spluttering me all over with mud, and
was' noiw out of sight.
"By George I" I exclaimed.
9et dor t rn n
e4 pn, ,is $40o:sp ,fr his. playful
eo4a6 ons nad also pinned several
Buowninig :,8aucer stgek out, every
whterei-.I felt and loerahrslop'
Srgpogrego tp akup
p he * at ~~ ngnuy e~
up npf re arouqd
A brilliant idea struck me- O1,
yes, I amr arn invited guslease an
"-a eINu nNA - d the
po'q r '~~,~ ir, and I heard several
utfIr . "Wl, pI widyou,"I ~
sai4F4tif fun Iigihe ribj
Jgraggtaned the landing, (
paused to eamine...
Scanding in front of r il
.luiaous, looking and well-known eye.. a
gougols ; with his hack facing me stood
aV 1 vicious looking bummer. I ould
niot re-itt the temptation and kicked a
him down atairs ; lookIng below I saw1
a po'liceman-"Come up.u
"My friends," said T, "there are1
your hats," polnth~g to the rack.
They' 1o .kod at the policeman, ad A
theo nes their hats.
"Ont with you," I Insisted. f
"The top o' she mornin' to you,'
si'd they, deanending the staircase.
-I entothe parlor door and look. al
cd in. Nar faela~rnea ram ala.al U
N61 : fir, eh who t e d'eee
re are these Saucers ?'
No. 2: RldAirn. now, indeed."
No. 3: ' hatst a lioctd.8 so loojj
or happy, who pays the obam pgge
In one torner were a Dutchman,
ij dauighter and frog ; the dtoiin
lad some hee in one hand and a
;lass of bb r n the dthov.
At the extreme end of the hall, on
raised platform, an immense band
was discoursing most outrageous mu
io. Hore and there I noticoed one or
wo res'pouta blo acquintenanoese. M;
wife was not visible, but my youngest
Juhnny) was in the inidat of the live
liost group, one leg of his pants on
and the other off, as if he bad been
put to bed and then and there revolted
ainst the indignity.
"Hello, Saucer I" said my friend
Jones ; "why I can't underatsin'd it."
"What's that you know 1"
"No, come here a moment?' I took
him into a aide room. "Jones, I have
just returned. ''his is all news to me.
My wife has evidently been imposed
on in some villainous way, and I am
gointo break it up."
"Is that so 1" he inquired, with a
merry twinkle in his eye.
"Yes ; now suggest something."
le shut one eye, seeming to ponder
a moment. Suddenly a bright idea
"You have a pump here, plenty of
hose and muddy water 1"
"Yes, for purposes of Are."
"But, Jones ! Muddy water, that's
"Oh ! never mind that ; how about
the carpet 1"
"Oh I blast the carpet I"
I took him around to the back
stairs ; from them a ladder mounted
to the sky light. Jones ascended with
the mussle in his hand. I pulled off
my coat andl caught hold of the lever.
Jones had now attained his position,
and sung out, "Let her gush. '
And she gushed with a vengeance.
"How goes 1" I asked.
"Saucer, if yon could only see the
can-cans. Oh ! my, what a row !
"Give those skylarks a twist," said
"Oh 1 my eye, 'Saucer, if you could
only see them. Ha I ha I what fun."
"Give my old Dutchman a show.
"Oh I my eye and button., can't
you get some one else to pump, and
come up and see the fun. pI do I"
Meanwhile I had pumped up about
two hundred gallons. A long pause.
Presently I heard something com
mence to roll down the roof. I got up
the ladder in time to catch Jones,
who, overcome by' latughter, had lost
all control over'the mussle.
"11al," i. Ti T, as soon as he was
bl, i p - ak, "did you sprinkle them
hvely 1 What success 1"
"Not a man left-all scattered poll
"Jones, you are a genius ; will see
It was time I had looked up my
wife, and I ran at once t9; her.I
found her In a At of histerioes.
"My God, Bypphy, what's all this ?"
"Oh, me, don't, don't. I didn't
mean to have all these people here ;
it was all a mistake ; indeed, it was."
"O( cogre it .was; but, tell me all
"Well, M she replied, weeping "you1
know this was my reoe tion nigt,"
"I asure you it's all news to me."
"Yes, that is true ; teu anyhow, it
was my receptiona :jigt, and I left
everything to Mike.'
"To Mike awho lis e"f
"Hie is the new porter 1 engaged.
I gave him the invitations to deliver.
He can't~ road, and distributed them
among his friends. Oh, my I" said
she again, going into hysteries. "Oh,
dear John, p lease take :ne laek to our
home into the country.
"Phl do It,".
We, are now domiciliated in our old
home, and I can look baok *ith con
sidershbfe complaconoy on raiy wife's
A LTmL GIRL. BURIED Ar.:v.
About four weeks ao a little German
girl In Broeklyti, ,hto, took, stols with
the Iook. w,.and io a fq# days she
was though doa4. and was buried.
On the evening of her kurial, the
nother, for some reajon, was led to
the gvav4, and, 'with her ear presed
3105e to the ground,tiooght she heard
a nols. and. believed her. qbild to be
moving In its oin. She Withheld
fromn asking ssistano'a from fear of
being ridiqifle'd, and linainedlately pro
surredfspede and began to djup
~he earu. :Soon. she oame to the
,offin, and hurriedly taklng it fkom
'rm 6arth, owned at, and 1tbefoznd
he body of het' chil , nine houra
after Its, 1uria3 ~as, wat4 as If It Nere
iving, and iyin on Its side. She
ook the ehild to her house, where a
~hysician was immediatel1 dalled in,
nd-a restaise applied to btng
'o .'to.te Is wa* 'to* Iete.
phe 90q1 baa4 taken its Bight, and In a
ew hous more the body was 4old and
sy' Ji hw* soon buried aat and
mis not nitd. baint distth
Sb*W%:6rlet pe~plie la England
till oling to their Con federate kbds
nounced that latterly these bonds
Etpeetvt on, two asllionsu
s oa. next qoneI~ a. 4
behegaea thess 3Qblie(
Hits S omC44-" H
6BDiUT THU CoUNTj Plo'tzwIuuNDUTEN
ip as. L:Noa'.~-Th '-happy dog,"
t.Ir )lave alrealy been
Baden. Altl oull thatgitle to. rather
W lt of dimiatop r a d1ptt if*
wraight of digmte or n purse notgedtlytl
heavy. The Duke of Baden hal sIl
cash to spare, and none to bestow on
Grand Chamberlains, who beve little to
do phout his court, and who "come
cheap" in a land where every fourth
Dutchman is a count or baron. Inured.
a moderate belly of krant and pnm.
pernickle every Sunelay is the only kind-)
of "government pap" that ever distends
the shriveled skin of Schnpidenbitten.
who is an uncommonly sorry specinen
of the Tentonic n.,bility. The poor fel
low is said to be in cstasies orer his
good fortune in seearing an heireas for a
wife, antd to he esptcially j->yons in the
prospect of falling into the vacant shirts,
socks, breeches an 1 shoes of thi.-late
lamented," a krg4 number of which
have not vet followed his coats and hats
to the junk shop. A pair of the '"nar
tyr's" trowsers is being clt down for
Schneidsenhten by Count Kotxenbrat
zen. the Grand Dike's tailill, S. heing
a short legged little fellow, while the
late A. L., as everybody knows, strode
the land on a pair of natural stilt. i It
will be a funy aight, not, however,
without some melancholy .nggestive
nose, to behold poor Schneidenbuzen
leading "Mary. relict of Abraham lin
coin, deceased," to the altar, clad in the
veritable habiliments of his illustrions
predecessor-his breeches shining with
autographie greas spots left by Whi'e
House dinners of the past-his little
feet shaktitg about lose in a pair of
Illinois boots a mile too big for them
and his tiny hands encased in a pair of
enormous yellow k.dt in which the frat
of the martyr was said to bear strikirg
resemblance to a convaissed Cincinnat
hem. Poor little S. I for our part we
don't begrudge him a ,uitch of the sa
cred ward robe. le will have earned
it all before he is done with Mary La,
and as she only reserved after her
bereavement these aarlentas which no
body would buy, her new husband will
begin his matrimonial career by falling
into uncommonly had hIaabits.--Port
land Me, Xastern Argus.
Tux D atxRN CANAt. -GRANT'S
SnK#NDtD OrronU xtr*.- 1M'rom the
exhaustive review given in ye:terda v's
New York Herald of the vtrioas ex.
plorations male from time to time since
the year 1500, by Spanish. 'Enaglish,
French and American exploring parties,
of the Isthinus of Darien, in view of a
ship canal between the two oceans, we
think the intelligent reader, whatever
may hate been his doubt* before, h s
ceased to have a doubt of the feasibilty
of the grand project. We think, from
the facts ascertained, thaut a ship canal
one--half the ten th of the Snes Canal
May be made fro the Atlantic to the
Pacific, on the general level of the two
oceans, and wishmilt a ttinne- : that it
may be completed withiq four years
and it a u6at not irxceedlig one hundred
millions of dollars. We think it not
improbable that a route may be found
which will reditco the cost t) sixty toil
The Blerlitn papers tell a gond anecdote
of Bwamarck, Not -lo'ig ago the Connt
appearedl at one or thoseo balls where
every one must pay a very lhth pric'..
He there met his tailor, Ksohhlnuier,
spoke to ihim freely, andr a~sked hima how
the affiair pleased' hin whereuponl the
man of cloth, with a very serious face,
replied, "It is very pretty, Exce~llenoy,
but-somewhat ,mixed. l''. Bismarck
tapped the t.oahor on the shoulder and
pleasantly replied, 'Bat, my daar. Mr.
Kohleier, they can't be all tailors, von
A shor1 time aigh ft cloe- fsted farm
er on the Sandiy river, ill Mamn', died,
afi~em devising ote duller to. his orily son.
The old gentlemuan w'es duly buriell in
the venerabio churchyard, which snf
fered a terrible washing away by the
late flood, and a abort time ago his body
wai fddetd opposfte rli sai' fyace,
havjng been brpught down the river a
long, distsnee. W iie thle tend.r.
hteartedsan wqs isformed gf th~e fact, he
made the touching remark :"Probably
come backc 'fter that dlollAr.
Analtrnoi A# ifAft.kDAL''o' white
me~n, Joseph' Brudek and .T D.Jenkina,
were arrested last week se accessory to
the burning of+ Mr Davis' gifi hiouse,
and brought to town. Subsuteqvuewelr
they were bailed iti the sum ef $5000
eachto'ppsat to sudswe wid called
up *w~tbevrg derald.' -
-A toll-gate keaper in Enaglandiwas
broutght before a mnagtia rate afor erue'tv
1o his daughter. T'He trouble: ato e
from a 4~iacovery that 4ha gir), wh.as
frequentiv~ left in qharge, .nsed w al loq,
het sweetheate a -youlng bmkhher, to
Irive his Wagon-slirnulgh fre., Ales I
denever tolled her love."
A new jzi2 ahebiE fkukmvWest.
bfrn Russia to the .United S'ates is noW
n course of preparation wider the 41.
lnnee Nsai ft Unave'sai Society f
taide to bq. qn of e#;regq.IeApat said
ierdehip. *an oth o,aiperation t liE.
arews almdq lq the United St Ee.4h
lotatd~ to utt: tbo *
the? a al preliiainariesi1 o$- ~ay.
reading of the: jajsrenal, .&. o sie
moyed that thg Senate take up 'fot its
seobud'reading the House "bill to pay
the interest on the stocks and bonds
of the State in coin " 'stating that it
td te bill, hi4 t o i as.
served was to rob the Mate, wbU h
the senators and the supporters of i
generally, knew .that its, passage would
result in benefit to the -Mate.
Arnim objoeted to its being brought
up, iad intimated that the finanoi:.l
agents qi ht op9be.99 sharp. ". bt. that
he could be overreached. le moved
that the bill be referred to the Fi
nance Committee. After some dis
oussion, the action was rejected. Jill
son and Hayne did not vote, and when
requested to do so begged to be exour.
ed. Rainey arove and stated that
they need not fear, that the Finance
Uommittee would take offence at their
vote, as its members ha-l already made
up their minds what di~pobition to
make of the bill. Finally Jillson
voted, but Ityne did not. The first
section of the bill, prodIding that
"the interebt of the State stoukj and
bonds be paid,. in coin" was reed.
Arnim moved that tie word "coin"
be stricken out *nd the words "Con
federate be substituted. This motion
met with any numnber Qf.Ii:dignent
looks, but no seconds, and the reation
was passed by a vote of Pevouteen to
ton.--Columbia Cor. Charl-&tn Set.
Tur. DEACON AND THE WASPs.-A
worthy deacon in a town of Maine,
was remarkable for the facility with
which he quoted Scripture on all oe
oasi.ons. The Divine Word was ever
at his tongues eud, ahd all the trivial
as iell as important occurrences of
life furnished occasions for quoting
the language of the Bible. What
was better, however, the exemplary
man always made hii quotations the
standard of ac, ion.
One hot day be was engaged in
mowing with his hired man, who was
leading off, the deacon following in
his swath, conning his apt quotations,
when the man suddenly sprang from
his place, leaving the swath just in
time to escape from a wasps' nest.
'What is the mettor t' hurriedly In
quired the deacon.
'Warps',' was the laconio reply.
"Pooh I' said the deacon, 'the wick
ed flee when no man pursucth, but the
righteous are bold as a lion,'
and taking the workman's swath, he
moved but a step a swarm of brisk in
sects settled about his ears, and he
was forced to retreat, with many a
painful sting and in great discomfit.
'Ah 1' shouted the other, with a
chuckle, 'rho prudeot man formeeth
the evil and hideth himself, but the
simple pass on and are punilbed.'
The good deacon had found his
equal in making applications of the
sacred writings, and thereafter was
not known to quote Soripturo in a
ETIQUETTE FOR CHILDREN.-Always
say : Yes, sir :,no, air , yes, papa ;
no, papa ; thank you ; no, thank you;
good night : good morning. LUJo no
an clean clothes, clean
shoes, and clean nails indicate good
breeding. Never leave your clothes
aib ut the room. Have a place for
everything, and eor)(hing in its
Rap before entering a room, and
never leav6 with your back to the
Always ofter your seat to a lady or
N ever put yotur feet on cushions,
chairs or tables.
Never overlook any one when road
lng or writing, or talk or read aloud
when others'are tehoing~
?JQver talk or whisper at mneotings
Opusbli places, and especially ih a
jfrivate room, where any one s sing
iog or playing the ,piano.
Be careful to injure nd one's feel
ings by unkind remarks. Never tell
tales, .geke faqng, eal lnes, tiicule
the nade,nimIo thiu afdtuaae, nor
be ei'uel to insects birda Or animil.
A Faga TURN.-"I understand, Mr.
Jo;os, that .~you oss turn anything
neater than any otti# man ia towh."
,'P , Mrd| jte think soq"'
*&e4bas ')M .Jes, t don't; lile to
brag, but there Is nobody on earth
can turo4 g~,g59wpl las (en whit..
''~h!nonsense, Mr. ry' i !
Talk bout whittling-whiat oan ep
You just name the. article that, Ioan' I
whittle that Tou can turn, and I wilt'
give tht dola if Ldo n ot do it to
the satffadtion K ,theso~ . entlaop
present. (eeMSmith ty blos the
'gAbem la Well,-then, Mr. Smih,.
suppose wetakestwo grindstone., just
for a ttli, io koor'M-you tsliitle
A fair dseL9 't ,Zr Antikhsted a,
maement, and .vawrsed, t'he forfeited 4
deller Was gatokl diepeeal of by '
,leAIoebta editor thinks the* know),.
~eeof hieatspor on cntitua ti
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Peruvian Gua noit its Fertilizing Properties
iot laud ittad seat Ani al. antd posstes qal
st. We annex the analysis of Profcssor Sh
"L \BOR.\TORY OF TliE \IED
A:nalysis of n snnuple of Carolina Frtilize
Moisture expelled at 2120 P,
Drganio Matter, with somto water of e..nbin
Phostporio Acid--Soluble, 6.96 Er
insult:blo, .17 E
Sulphuric Ao d, 11.01 Eg
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Suda,
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chine-100,000 sold and the demand con.
stanly increasing. Now is the time to take
an Agency. Send far circulars. - Be
ware of infringers. i Address Sacovn
& Co., Bost.n, bass., Pittsburgh, Pa,, or
St. Louis, 1o.
STEW1VARLT COOK STOVE
TilE BEET IN TilE WORKD!
O V ER 10-0,000 IN USE.
Will do tore work with the some amount
cf uel than any other Stove
FULLER. W AR REN & CO.,
Troy. N. Y.
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Imp orters and Manufheturers of
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P. P. TOALE,
Charleston, . ., Manufacturer of
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fiAVING THE LARGEST AND MOST
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ern States, and keepIng always on hand a
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N. D.-Sriot attention paid to shippIng
in goodorder. juty 20
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'DGER~s NOntuI WIAnri,
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., Box 889, (ebatl.4 p'O