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Look at Home.
Bhould you feol inclined to censure,
Faults you may in othersview,
Ask your own life, e'er you venture
If that has not, failings too.
Let not, friendly vows be broken;
Rather strive a friend to gain;
Many a word in anger spoken
Finds its passage back again.
Do not, then, in idle pleasure,
Trifle with a brother's fame,
Guard it, as a valued treasure,
Sacred as your own good name.
Do not form opinions blindly,
Hastiness to trouble tends ;
Those of whom we thought unkindly
Oft becomo our warmest friends.
A New Leader for the People.
TIE EFFECT OF TIHE SPLECI[ OF MR.
The Washington correspondent of
the Baltimore Gazeette, writing on Mon.
The importance of the patriotic
stand taken by Mr. Dawes can scarce
ly be exaggerated. 'It is suffioient,
perhaps, to state that he has combined
a majority in the House of Represen
tatives against the pretensions to
statemanship of this administration.
That the President and his Cabinet
fully appreciate their critical position,
is manifest from their hasty retreat
from the line of attack to that of hu
miliating entreaty. Mr. Dawes was
first fiercely assaulted for daring to
expose the charlatanry of our rulers.
Among other modes of attack, orders
were issued to discharge a large body
of men from the navy yards, accom
panied with instruetions to insinuate
to'tbe country that these orders re
sulted from the necessity, the offspring
of his speech. This ruse, contempti
ble In itself, recoiled upon its authors,
and left Mr. Dawes master of the
field. He was thereby enabled to kill
the iniquitous League Island job.
The strategy of the administration
has therefore been reversed. The
discharged men wilt be reinstated at
once, and the ho4ods haiveLeen"whis .
tied back" who were previously set on
upon the heels of the plucky. Massa
chusetts member. General Grant has
placed the fartViiei f his administra
tion in the hands of Sumner, in the
Senate, and Butler, in the House.
le will find himself in the minority
upodiitho Tanure-ofofilee bill in the
former, and upon his whole financial
humbuggery in the latter. In short,
his administration is already a total
failure, and will, in after-times, be
classed as the weakest that ever at.
tempted to guide the policy of this
V'eff4dhi*is Oti dini th
situation" is hopeful in many respects.
The "financial, plan" of Routwell is
as dead as a last yea herring. Any
increase of the taxes, internal or ex
tornal, will probably be defeated, and
enormous jobs and other speculIations
upon the treasury hive received their
quietus for the' present sesM on' at
least. But, above all, the power to
further humiliate the States as such
has been effootutlly broken. 'Por the
time being, doubtless, the Fifteenth
amendment will be declared t6 haie
been ratified, and insisted to be bind
21ay'bafM 'a hrirt atb ~ d estt
con'plianee with its single require
mont, the present-House, under the
lead of Mr. Dawes, will not permit
the government to' 'Wtretohk its htid.
So, the States will bpeleft to' egulate
suffrage upon any. basis applioable to
all its oitisens f(real or apoehry phal.)
Until the evil esp bp wholly goee
died a .judielq utzres thie pow
er wfll be. su oen for the . mivation
of the States, whobe .integrity has
.been mainly aimed' at. And for tlA
condition of things we are IndebtedT
'to Mr. Dawes4 He has given the ox
treiste a' blow from which .they ean
never recover I. Let those who have
sough6 refuge beyond-the lines 'of the~
Demooratic pMrty, and have h'ug
upon the skirts of duae(Ohaaoi take
anothbatlook I 1(f wd'fei o ldrop our
valued leaders'4t Xis'dedIt 'os- a livp
man. one who ha sh qwn himself to be
personrlly htpkitmily f
vering, politicl., po y , a be
yond alli.Dtapproved oeileenoy! :1'
ridioul.e t(he jun a
try, argumen~t eo, iveti.ing *u5*e
less against those who are all powere
ful and unsofugglos n8et gga
the only givallble y 4
to listen to re~as9aq, < etso-~
erstio journals may resume's serious
discussiom'of the .eieddsit ofttheh
distranted oonntrw Wa Yoltl Af'IMi
If a majority of the whole people
of Cuba desires a new allegiance, they
will in the end obtain it. Their dos
tiny is with themselves.
The House of Representives at
Washington very strongly indicated
their sympathies and views when, on
WedneeJay last, by unanimous con
sent, they received io following pre
amble and resoluti s, offered by Mr.
Logan, of Illinois, and referred by
them to the Committee on Foreign
Whereas the people of Cuba have
for more than fifteen months carried.
on active hostilities against Spain for
the purpose of gaining their mdepen.
dence and establishing a Republican
Gvernment ; and whereas they have
establibled and still maintain a del
facto Government, and now occupy
with their arms and control a large'
portion of said Island ; therefore.
Resolved, That the Committee on
Foreign Affairs be instructed to
enquire what reasons now e-:ist, if any,
why the Republic of Cu'a ,"ould not
be recognized by the GQv,;rnment as a
belligerenf, and as suCh be entitled
to the rights of belligerents.
We have ever believed that govern
ments derive their just powers al.ne
"from the consent of the governed,"
and - that it is the right of every
people "to alter or abolish their old
form of governments, and to institute
new governments, laying their founda
tion on such principles, and organiz
ing its powers in such form, as to them
shall seem most likely to effect their
safety and happiness."' And this
opinion is the very fundamental prin
ciple of our own Declaration of Inde
pondence. That its truths have been
denied to the South does not render
them less valid. They are born of an
increased civilization, intelligence and
progress. And hence, we cannot but
advocate their application to Cuba,
and to the people of every clime, who
are struggling for, a higher recogni
tion, and who are aspiring for self
VIOLENCE AND B1.oOD-SHED IN Mis
sonI.--A despatch from St. Louis,
dated the 5th, says - "In a street
quarrel, in St. Joseph, night before
last, between several parties, Michael
Colligan was shot by 1-. L. Church,
and di'ed soon after. Church, who is
a conductor on the St.' Joseph and
Council Bluffs Railroad, gave himself
up and was committed. Colligan was
a "roustabout" on the river, a quar
retsome man. An old feud existing
between Sinclair and Jackson- Hurst,
on one side, and Joseph Fry, Clarib
Jones and others, on the opposite side,
cultuinated on Tuesday last, at Bush.
vil!e, IMo., in the death of the two
former. An altercation oceurred in a
store, when the Iersts walked out
and were assaulted with stones, one of
which struck. Juokson Hurst on- the
head, -knocking him insensible. Jo
seph Fry then struck Sinolair lnrst
with a piece of scantling,, crushing hii
skull lie al?o dealt Jackson Hurst a
similar blow, while he was lying
,insonsible,terribly fracturing hiea kull.
The testimony at the inquest sowed
'that the Hlursts were drunk ,and bad
been 'very quarrelsome, and had been
really the assailing party.
A Nenran Acihon.-A fartner in
poor peeuni'ary eIrenistances, "and
shavking with -the, ague,. was sued for- a
debat of: $56 'yeaterday, in Magistrate
T. J. Mackey's office. As' he ind not
the money to satisfy the d bolith
horse,.on'whch he came to, town, and
the only one ho had-~ to: assist
him in his farm labors, was levied
upons This was an unforeseen blow
to the peer snan, 'and nearly dtove himn
te distraction.' Th'e Magistratd,"uitia
ble to assist him, bethougbt' himself
of E. Rt. Morris, Esq., residing sat the
Charleston Hotel, of wh9se bqnevo
lent actions he had freggently heard.
Hie *rote a trete,: stating the harslibIps
of the ease, and gave it to thd man
with instructions to earry.it to Mr.
Morris. After.. a short. absence Ah
man returned, his faQ. beansin~g witti
gladness. Heo statis4 that Mr.' Mprrle
had- uliin only glvoit him inoney '9 fiag
the. 4ebt, but had added to it a con.
siderable" sum --fomr 'the relief -of:I hip'
destitute and isuffering family. Suchb
acts are woy of ubl~oieem pa
tion, and' at 'th nsk of diel~tiz
the ,be~efa6tbm o sh'rlhkar frdmip -
lelty, -we-deeto' It oli utnotya i.e
and -commend hit vard' lberalitj.na
$1*5,000I3ilned..J-We hiiIt ffem~~
goo4 autbotIty, s ays ate habeaetet
'.tekew, that the-steok,h101dersf heh
Georgetouwt..k.. Charlotte -Railroad,
phid or pledged to pay, fifteen~thone
abttk 4 ' .*e"'pml to,
'whoe 14fu - ' Prie6 ' p gm
Lhave tb ngigeedthroughi ourm
Gomo I kterose--The rep~
'fig $5 ~t relua ley a
From t he Charleston News.
The ,Comuilig A'arty.
We think that we may fairly clain'
that the general policy- sketched by
the News, as,that most likely to se
curo the dofeat of the Radical officials
in the approaching canvass, must com
mand the support of the press and the
sympathy of the poopl6 of thb State.
It was iot expected that our State
cotoporaries would cargerly declare.
in so many words, their approval of
the. whole platforn of the coming
party, as laid down by this paper.
But without sayiv'g that they were
ready to stand shoulder to shoulder
with the News in the impending. strife,
our cotemporaries hayo, in their own
way,. assured the people that there is
only one wag to success, and that way
is the adoption of a bi-oad, liberal n d
comprehensive policy, uniting - the
honest of all ulaskes and parties id a
common hostility to official and ,per
sonal corruption. This is all-that we
ask-this is all that the News do
niands. We insist upon a full and
frank recognition of the civil and po
litical rights of the negro ; we insist
upon a submission to tLo inevitable
necessities of the political situation.
And we propose to go before the
whole people, white and colored, as
the party of honest government and
equal rights-as the friends of low
taxation-as the friends of the work
ingman-as the supporters and advo
cates of industrial activity-as the
persistent opponents of monopoly an'd
class legislation-as a party pledged
to represent faithfully and equally
the wants, rights and necessities of
all classes and all conditions of men.
This is the platform of the News, and
we have yet to meet with one State
press- which refuses to agree to these
propositions, or whioh has 'failed, in
one way or another, to enumerate and
Upon one subject there is, however,
much difference of opinion. It seems
to be the conviotion that it would be
unwise to call the State party of the
future the Democratio party, and that
it would be best to style it simply a
People's-party, or Opposition party
anything but a Radical party. Now
for. mete names, in this matter of re
deeming the State, we do not care a
jot.. The pr.ingiplesr and not thename'
of tho party ; the temper of the weap
on, not the mark of the maker; will
give us victory or defeat. Upon the
platform laid down in these columns
all good and true men should be able
to stand. And if any of our people,
white or colored, are . rpelled by !
old party nume,it is high time to choose
I new name which shall have no past.
The truth is,,we cannot afford. to -los
votes (or the sakA of abanaotdaeas.
This 'contAt with a dihneet. onver'n.
nent and corrupt officials, is a busi.,
iess quesionhL-h ie tio6&of bread and
meat,'. of life- and death.' And
we must .conduct the oanvasb :in a.
pratical and busi nog-like w99q.
1Iaving Chosen a broad ' liboralpoli
y, we Inuist use out VW ad 'asfbest:
vo-inay, turning to *6od 'ae'ount Klt
the power ~dLA strength, that: justice
atnd 4oir dealing s4l1 give no.
N Anc UoUHESS OfF FOR ArEni-.
C.Vnna, IFeb aryl -TheA-ob
duchess Ellzatbeth of Austria hast fed
to Amet-ios, havieg embatlced at Ham
burg,. .2 ]
ET oegoing dfapatch does. not
stafc the re~pon, for the'fligu of the
Archluchoss,~ifth~ugh 'itis prfiobable
that domestic infchoities N#efe the
impelling motives for so prays a step.
.Fora oihe';tirae. pdlst the e inVkeafrs,
beejn iin illt favyr; wit i au h prr
Frncph,.and,i s .tatpgl, wgI
even' forbdea. to. pq ema co~Pyt.,
Mary is a daughter of the lieidh
duke Joseph -Antoine Jolhn, Palatfne ,
of Hungary, :and> a.'grandda~ughtrof
LeopoldJI..Engpep 'p~ Atrey
She was o~r n on- 4io- 7tio lannqy
1831, &i di6t the Wt~2 OR . W4/
gas inarried 'to her tbuking tfrdA -h
duke Ferdinand -Ohailes 'Vitorphi efeu
a parnt to,the, 4uedens of 1%dcuiai
bhe same. On,t1e ~ 15l.D teo9r
I84', Pe d1ie, ~ ve d a,
Mar i, Thtes'e,'*wti was ?0Tn 14*
on. the *2Obb Qf, F?,betjrrg, j.868,.*%'
Prince touis of Bavarra. . ive eara
after the A e pyl Spgioj
4vabductboss lizetsa '4~ oy
end'(into and obe A~iut2''fte
1lerdin and' (Aptil 18 , ufnll
she has. hofpunobhild*n,: o.9 bioh,
three. ar ps:e'ndo osdgughtei
ye e oll~
don * g,9p .p g ad'~ m
A Desparate E counter with a Burglar.
The natural instioct of a thief or
burglar ,is "self-1,reservation," and
when engaged in his nefarious buiv
nes.s the slightent noiso is aufficient to
cause him to vacate the premises in
which he may be operating ; but when
a professional is detected and "corn.
ered" he invariably fights to the bit
ter end, and not unfrequently brings
into play the knife or pistol, prefer
ring to commit murder rather than be
arrested for burglary. Yesterday
afternoon John Murphy, residing at
No. 3 Little Rose street, board an un
usual noise procceding from the sec
end story of his house, and upon pro
ceeding to the room dloodered a bur
glar named Bartley' 3aint busilt on
geged in plundering a trutjk. With.
out Atopping to argue thN uestion of
ownership to the articlesstrewn about
the floor Bain seized a chair 'and-dash
ed at Murphy. The latt&r, however,
skilfully evaded the murderous inten
tion of Bain and seized him 'by the
throat.' A terrific -truggilq now ensu
ed-Bainl to escVp-, anid Iurphy to
hold him until the arrIv's . of assis
tance. The men foughtt Aotind the
room for several momentsi.,hen Bain,
getting near the stairway suddenly
leaped down and ran intbthe street,
but closely pursued by Mur y. When
on the sidewalk Murphy amin grap
pled with - the robber a another
iesperate tusslo ensued.. During the
Oght Bain managed to the left
bhumb of his troublesome tiighbor in I
iio mouth, and began 'bitt g it in a
Lively manner. The tenaql as .Mur.
phy, however, throttled hing, and sue
ieeded in freeing his thumb At 'this
juncture officer Hildebranht arrived
inma seized the desperate thicf,. who,
pordeiving that to escape. would re
juire a skilful movement,,' suddenly
released his hold on Murphy and kick
ed the officer in the groin" He then
itarted in a run, but the pfluky Mur- I
phy succeeded in arresting his pro
gress, and held him until the arrival
of the officer. Again was ,*he fight
renewed, and the officer, fidiug at
Bain would not sucoum . to fair,
mcant, dealt him a blow wi'hbhis club,
which had the effect of 86iplotely
erasing all further hoqtilo Anon a
tions from the mind of 'itp, t'34
was conducted. to the woatw' 'p
statbib; and after a hearing before
yugtieo Bride, was committed for the
action of the grand jury.-Ballmiore,
" STAY IN T1I. LAN D."-We make
the following extract from a letter
received fioin a subscriber in Enter
prise, Mississi ppi. Let those de-,rous
of' "bettering their condition" by re
tnoving, read .it carefully. His "I-11
bricating oil" came to- hand safely :
As a South OaroiinianI regret to see
so many of her citizens leaving the
old State.' I have been here in the
West for many years ; have seen and
known of hundreds of -families who
have emigrated- to all parts -of' the
West, a large majority of' whomi
would have been far better off, had
they remained- at their old' home
steads. , , ;
Tell your people to abandon the
idea of inovingfto the West, thiuking
to better their condition"; not 'onbe io
ten-'.will over realize a'betteredl 'ondl'
tion.; the expenses, et.,,-attending a
removal, and the encounters to bei met '
with, if applied to the 'improvements'
of their homes, will, in a few - yoars,
make them bettor satisfledtheir landa
richer, 'and themselves in a condition
tobring their noble old State back to
ita~ former status, whioh should be tho
grIVdAIMeWvy true Carolinian.
'GUAnD AGAINsT YULGAR LANe'
d1vAa.,-There is as nmuch connection
hbetwen theo words and the thoughts
as. th~ese is betweon the thoughts and
gotiorns. Jhe ,Jattet are; only' the ex
proesioto; the former, but they have
a powey to rmaot upon the soul~nd
leavedho tain, of 'corruption there.
A young man who allows lhimself' to
upe one vulgar or profane' word has
~ot only slown blat there 'is w' fouI'
~etupoteh'mind, buitby ahe ap
pearaeeroftbhat word he extends that
geneseylwiR :'ollntor and truin thes
pdml4eie~atreful'of your wordls a.
''JoQ egn coitrol the -'topgmse qo~
ffltsgn -proper words aro pr'nougo,.
d by j~egu i eal on' be' aI q~t O
tirol' e ,mpi& and'4saveo ip , .cr
amoitg byp I~g, p4v
e'veev tterawerf aywbere wbtok,
deoian If s,(elf Izthf
as* 4Ii5~t4 ANiVJ VOltC1rA~dAfD
;Vasous GurA,.*Okaorid9 taat
neaW4 'T'6 f@ " s~f -~ 4
ally ada)W~ f # lad'~
and Enpaeanalians work te athan in~
Tu EnopDmic o#lr Ca13:E m INew
YoR.-The force of the romsrk that
orime at times becdmes epidemic' is
suffioiently demonstrated by the police
returns of the city since' the 1st of
January. Murderers and thieves
sceen to have things all their own way,
plundering and killing with the utmost
impunity. Even io broad day light
life and property are unenfe. We are
bold of a well-known burglar who vis
its I company with a notorious as
Jociate half a dozen differant banks,
ind coolly lays his- plans for a mid
3ight visit to their treasure vaultn.
[it the Tombs eight or ten persons
:barged with taking human life arc
)onfinod, while nearly every day we
record deaths from violene. Bond
robbers are to be seen at all hours
langing around Wall street, awaiting
favorgtble opportunity to "make a
raise."' The cars and stages are
nfested with pickpookets, who make
attle or no attempt to conceal their
perations. Courtoeans flaunt their
awdry finery on our principal thor
oughfares, dragging the unsuspecting
nto their meshes, and so we go. Yet
he police work hard, in apite of the
buse hurled upon them. by the un
hinkingjpcople, to prevent and detect
ritne. he faet that our prisons and
,ourts are crowded with criminals of
very degree proves this, We have
ne consolation, however, and that is
hat Gorham is no worse off than her
ister citier. In Boston, Philadol.
bia, Chicago, and eleawbere, the
ame demoralization exists. The
pidemie will wear Itself out after a
ime, however, and we shall again
lave a- brief period of comparative
courity and freedom from oritue.
Vew York Commercial.
A LoNE CHICICEN.-A Sootohinan
aid and Irishman happened to be
ourneying together through a most
nterminable foirestand bv some mis
ap loat their way and wandering
bout in a pitiable condition' for a
vhilo, when they fortunately came
cross a mi-erable hovel, whih was
leerteJ save by a lone chicken, As
his poor biped was the only thing
atalple to be obtained, they eagerly
loppiatohd and prepared it for suppr.
Ihen jad betore thow, at oonolud
adthat i s wi lnaaffiolent for the sup- I
ort-of 'both hihideaf to 8awfiy, a 1
hereforo a proposition was made to
is companion, that they should spare
he chicken until the next morning,
Lnd the one who had the most pleas
int dream should have the chicken,
vhich was agreed to. In the morn
ng Sawney told his dresm. He
bought angels were drawing -him up
o hoaven in a basket, and he was
aever before so happy. 1p on con
iludilg his droan: tt exeiaimed :
Och, sure, and be jabbers, I saw je
oing, nod thought ye wouldn'. come
>aok, so I got up and ata the ohiaken
At the rostourant of a wo141hy Abnd
oily old caterer im Aamburgf a gor
nand who hiT not a. s6afling. in is
)ockot feasted sumptuously on all the
lelicacics the bi-ll of fare afforded.
When he had finithod his repast and
also drank his b6ttlOof Rud'esheimeri
je-quietly said, too the'landlotd: "I
lave no money to pay your bill, my
~riend ; butiif you will let me do so,
will give you.a pice of good advice
hat is worth more than the money."
F'he landlord, thodgh of couvme someo
rhat taken abacki at the cool efraonte
y of his Impecunious guest, langhed
nd said to hi-m :. "Wel1, sfr, if you
tave i nomoney to pay'f4? ,Iit you
mave enten anid drank, let us have
our raluable adviee'." *Abl right '
eplied the stranger f "now listen. If
ou- shodld ever'be~ sehat to'the jetif,
entlary; dhd'-have~ there 56 'iaik on
'be treadmi'llralways be'guie 'sehoe
le left side. Yoeu will tfnd it m'ncly
asier. Japeak frotai experiende.*
* ound thorp.L" ippt wlet 5 Why,
aount theo periewp tbst lhave been
nuietly falli'g i your history.
owpthey domne every morning and
ve pgy$ angel I31esfngreiromn-the
atheo~pf, hea.Pou. Have you lived,
~beso: yogrp wasstmg tuercies, renewing
hent overy day, and, never yet real
,ed whenop:they .wme .y *I'you'lave,
etnspity, et.-on "ay...nurd
nuteku~ndi adlic ions but who ,hstd,
rou-rejoioe, pveu blessings tVet th~e
itnbesmn, th raindrop, the- hitarr-ov
Ato ,qu oeA of uilg)t.' Wha$ is lif*.but
kiend tp, Qag ifje i Had eol the
4f au1I. sitinye ~ hipryuhv
sevev regarded slkelnas ssphIy(ynet,
ae have. been a poor student of
rtore and revelatroa.*Whiat Is thte
fr~puota~ . a aV LlAide
(efrfiIv li i "in ai~ n ,.
Uity,wC A! yAi
oquestlon o tiyot the
$s" "~ m attMfl a
roe Ifv. werelh Ii' Luissourf
ra ly fromt the efets of~ slaaine In a
Solru CAROLINA BOND.-ft the
financial artiole of the New York
Worl, of the 4th Inst., we find the
In the now South Carolina's there r
was a large business tratsacted out- , r
side of the Stook fExchnnge, and 0
$300,000 bonds wore bought by l
some banks and savings banks at 86 il
to 87. These purchases are based on i
the introduction of a, bill into the I
State Senate, which promises to be- I
como a law, which will tend to
materially enhance'tho crodit of the *I
State of South Carolina. This bill i
creatos a conimlisloni, designated as
the Sinking Fund CQinmuissions, and 11
authorizes the same to sel the publio ij
lands apd othei property of the State, t
inoludiug $2,000,000 to. $3,000,000 a
of railroad and otbdr. oeopritics belong- a
mg to the Troastury, a4A. -'...o6Wploy. c
the' proc e6s.of all this,propeirty -to 1,
thi puiohaho and retoinent 'of the
State debt, on the principle of Score- t(
tary Boutwell's sinking-founo; opera- si
tions forthe 0eneral Oovernment. It tl
is estimated that this measure would a
place at the :diposa1 of the commis. -'
Mion at least $2,000,000 during the tl
present year for the extin guishmen P
of the debt 6 the'State.' I this bil ,
becomes a law, the eredit of-tbeState' o
of South Carolina would probhbly' u
take cqual rank with'that of Califor. a,
nia and Massachusettp, the only two n
States which have persistently paid,
their interost in gold, and whose f
bonds rank high both here and in fo
Europe, and sol at and above pair in m
A NonjE DISPLAY OF CHAnuif
Incidents like the following exert a
marvellously-healing power on the W
warm . Southern heart. A writer, jp
from Nashville, Tennessee, to one of 1
the New York papers, says.:
"The Con fed erato orphans, sixty in w
number,from their Homein Clark's- P
ville, were brought heW'e, on Tuesday'
last, to give concert in aid - of their
Home, the institgtiop beisng entirely
dependent "pon, prlvata qliarity. At,
the railroad dopot they ere pot by g
the Federal post- bandA, in:ful''unl- t
form, which preocded then Into the U
oy, laying s-tcotly and mournfully,
1ie.ro , ryst, qpproprisptiy, om
nding nh~ a l-I C41h1so
of thousands. This praotical fNot t
'With theculminationof that beghtuing '
in the Federal post officers attendipg C
the concert in the evening in full uni- t
Iorn, where honors giyen were ros
ponded to by tedrs of sy>athy slied t
and contributions' beitUwed; has t
preached -the -Union with, deoldod "
power in all this quarter, and been
aksepted as an earnest of peace an'i
good-will to 0me."
un'ros.-"Cirr Trns Oun An4V
PAIs-S 1T.IN Y0Vli BONN ET.--Snyp6s 1
tiat women-qualify themselves to - be ;
good wives- sup pose they learn to. P
s*perinten'd tho'ousol old, to direct n!
the coo, t9 control th e nurs-ad, l '
td keep the butcher boy snd groerys.v A
man ifp to the nequiroments" at i he
oceae'M and tihe letter of theit' con
tiacts. Suppose they study economy.
adquire the skill necessary to fit tboir
dresse, and the good sense to out 1
theltfclothe. aceordlhg t'o their moabs.
Buppope they educate themselves par- 0
tially,so as to be. ustfuil, pleasatntj
eom-panin, not mero del a ad toys..
Suppose' they praotido ~ee ping .
counts, so tha t they, can havp soi0
Idea how' the money .goes. Suppose '
they try to go withou4 .iporniing visi-to h
and civenjpg. p ar.iqa~mmaioes, balladc~
andi rout.... .8uppose they: -strive.to
apprenmiate the 'fact thait they are not. q
mospt peral'y to iniake .poecooks of P'
theselves. gppose, wvhes they
have dotne hmil 2 , ~Wo- let themi work
as ih bYeide'es tha tnay *Ih, pi-'.
vided they riosist upon. t..-25 Y i
dih if Madojiffp, hJ~e eoieustantial '
etvsJnoe agiinst M47tip, it i seai4, is .
Sandi tw gb'ld Matshels *did$d r
# 1I mne oried ofi-*the adffu1 .
by~ helpg, .-M 8op resoit
Vorc agd i M fq~s
4io., 40wa ueiktfd &%aw &#tldbt
bbit aiihakeg eh~t'dould wuotsoeake b
rob ~'' ifilej ~
4-~d~ 10 WhndBbbf# ~Vfver~
aedishdijali1d byfS (Iief #sotes
"a'the purel .olord pstibha
T t tow
*o W ghtI iomaEnbbeluih
th 0. Eaad8 skaddo~u
all the offiees. We wish thorn a mer
Metime en ha ne ehns
Vast quanitles of nion yro an aly
y sout out of the Soutli for fqgreig
ertilizers. A discovery has bo,u
3nde, which we hope will result in
otaiiiiig the most of this pnnua l
xpenditu'ro athome thus aiLd n
reatly to the .?vailgblIenoirpes*Qt
lio South. It has ree itly Colo , ,
ight that there are in ouves of Goo ouf
lountain, Tennehse, itnviio quainti,
les of bat guano,' whieh atilysik l6a
roved to be siperior to thePornivia.
'hose cnves, of hieh there arociloveLn
inuinberI havo been infQ4ed
robably hiundreds of yeari,'bl mil
ons of bats, .wliclt have, hteti1l*
ved and died there without sceng'
10 light. The deposit. th0 )Yo,
eniinlated from t1in- 'Wrat' '
Imost 'iiexhaustlble. fne oCIAIhiesO
tves alone is vonity-quo 1nile. i
This gano has beei' tedtd yo
Ition' with the liappiest. effeo , A
de stim'u14ting the plant, it 1s3.a1,
I act al anl eftOetual 'afe'r .
rainst worms and bugs. th c6nthini'
large per (,,11. more of amniluia
ian the Per.vian artle , n1. is.
ronounced moe aluale 1y. tligsd
ho hatvc tried both. V rS , aUIO
this product yesterday at thc coi
ission honse of LeO & Taylor, and ou
nelling, found the ammonia in il
larly as strotig as in hartsihori.
The caves are 'ovned h".fo 4* ..
derato soldiers, who puthasede 'tlit
rlflvo hundred dollars, nud their'
earrm arc too limited to permit'I i Il.
work them on the scalo that tieir'
iportaneo demands. They, tborp-'!
re, we learn, desire to <diipoe of gli
torest In them to proeur capjtaL
ith which to enlargo their operationu.
lie secret was disoovered by a 3/itLr
cent of tho Confoddracydung, u i
ar, and communicated to one of th'
rosent owners,-Lrychb urg Virgin
EsUiAgrMG OF POLITICAL PAn IIRS
I V;Ia~jNIA.-The piawspapete in Vir."
uin q ageoral thing, dd,not eoem-'
> be at all. satisfied . with tho 'term
po. wvhijh th9, .tato has boon read#.
lit ted to the onjoynont of 'the blo4s
)ga of.th.0 Xliou.. . Solilo . Aro even
gNpant at t0he a.Mndwonts taoked to
b. - of. roA$liation, but other&
rOat thqep'atter: mote inIoddrately'
ud, although not throwing up- their.
aps in, exultation at the event, reenfl
D regard "htilf -a loaf better than o
road..". Propositions. to commenee.
he rehapiig..of political parties' in
ho State .llve uet with strong oppow
1ion in influontial quarters, T1ho
uggostion of the Rihmobd EOi4pirk'
)f1avor of forming a ffat-footed de'*
iqQratio party1 ,upon the ground thato
i1re ja a domocratio, olement in.the
logislaturef Jsi objected to - by' thea
Fhig,. which !.vord tha. duringsth.
muypys,.a: dioinoorati e elemont iwas
ever hoelr4 of, "I&Thoe nameo of.dv'o
looraoy,, oontinoues thie Whi, "was'
> ofqounsive to everybody that it WaWaro
over wonioued exoopt, by, the, radi.. I
lsi;" 4od., suggests the 4ame paper,.
the.xnewhere of theLegihlature ;ilU
irtainlyg @t Aik~ updh, themseles
1o quorrols of the Northrnjdern
'aoy., pr waste their energies -upon
'o ndserable. abstra~ctions whibhl were
tir (Virgiuio'j ourae in the paat and
Sl l be in the f uture."--Ne~w iY
No' Vrench woman' no' Rijghisle
oman of cultivation, nowadays weara
ir gatter below the )knoe. It 'I.
iinous to, the~ sha pe 'f- th. e wif..
Core thban this,' it'bhs eritoum conse
aenoes of anlother kimn hepini
nh vein of -the 'Negb .',Th apne
nr~is), runa just beneat* the el'i iintilU
neatly reaichos the kneo,' W1idn it
Luks benentif thems1e oLes. No*l1'.'thit
iconstrictedi at itR 'lngstja'rt bfi a'
Tsturn to the heartt' te bt 'dd ehily
Iilledyand mores iable&to dibase1
ie other vains~ of the leg aro swo lonY
ito 'hard, bi4hoeo:a iM
a it is ealled, and often braifT4 ?NI'M
ieosjre which a physicianflse-e twh'~~
vet -day. :Wlibe gfi patns
bove-.the koe alinthis pijinein14J'g
sm~fity* are' a1iI. "'"d'
jsM AbA'fts 'AI rh*'
ib la, Mhb~laiv'r
r4 We rt sic
be dIw? AI 7, 'l $ i iid
'rPe Arhu egoet1'b44
o attond t e aa of(6 ~
bonelW a ahi