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VOL. VII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1871. [NO. 6
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The Biide's Soflioquy.
'TIs night.. c'lehl ilinng, starlit night,
(it Citrolin-i's floral ito -'rs.
Ieev'cn's nirid lanmps 'lispense their :ight
And swift'ly sliced lie golden hours.
Oh ! lovely night, in Snithbern climle,
Was ever beutoy like to lhii e?
Thy orhs clip4e cite gen- of' time.
Thy stars outshino Golconda's miine.
In pensive itood sils ls bright,
With golden hair an-l eyes of blie,
Her dress or pure vattid spoile P white,
A pictire itir Aer man to view.
1er hall- ir, decked with vrnnts tlow're,
A brid i veil sl-ni I her biw,
The -sn1V arsi-Is inii-lng sisw'rts.
With aiddt-d gite-n lce- rom enedow.
A gli:st'nilig teaRr i in her ey,-,
Ahou her ennui i sic rtieap -sinile.
Se &ok- up tli Whe sitr of l1tnmei hky,
Ai 1Vt! iinshu itlse nuses all t lhe % hite.
,'I o. - chibhol's hisippy liby,, tiow flown,
1 *re'mto.-el n ll i lt i 41 Wn ith r like , ti,
W)enl I ! k-, sI-et-:1 Sep.It .I tottt'U ,
hisoiild rule 1 lie irt ior %oc sr b.6is.
Ure itiled not ils %, I wen i gladily leave,
Mty lA.her~l's ru 01, ilny giril.,o-l's hotine,
An,) i tt lii eta Im lity br'idal eve,
To moreNw 1. from it, mst rnm.
M lthiinke I see my fatier's fice,
As it eppiimiried itn tier yar,
No vlui, lsu Is, wn ttil noti t ii, trace,
Of sin, regret, nor glootmy fen.s.
My mother's too wass sweet aind fasir,
All wriat ed in bright anid winning
How, when I wept, she soothed wy. care,
How galyly lauisghed at hatty's wiles.
Anil now lieirskv i ov,-reaut,
The littlt is pnstsing fsocm their door,
Their ciid, thei' r pi., tihe tinth , the last,
Will leave (Item soon forevermwore,
Ohs! must I say farew in hote ?
'Rosund which so isuany mtens rie'i wine?
Alt I in this t wilighit's pensive gloat.i,
I half repet that vow of nime,
This wealth of Itive I eins wcay,
Perhaps Al eitant give to nie,
Perchntse I n.y t egret tihe day,
Wh en Guit) came o'er hI le dirk blue sea.
A step is heard. the door is oped,
A unsin nopers. o' noble mein,
"1renr blionche, (he hour for which I've
Is hoe at. last, come thon, my queen.
The man ofi God awnite below.
Atnd happy fats betm nround.
laite. Pwset. one, for I lono to show,
Aly prioeless gem, ity inanhooss crown,
All - one her fears, slse osnb,a no more,
The parson apes the hsook of lile,
'Tim done, Guly stoops tind whispers low,
Aly Blntche, 'm bride, my wife, my
Men 1nd Money,
Some time sit.ee tihe New York Tri.
ijune's Sun Fraticieo corre.poL
deiet wrote au a tiee entitiled
"o0n e over atid Mstry US." lie
said that there was motie gold in
Califtornia than women.
An contern "irl in -1plyirg to this
ay "0u tink, pe tp-, the girl
that come many be diapointed in
marriaugo, but not in wneges. Thsat
which we d1 sire motst, is the moey.
Wh'en we hasve thaut, we are insde.
pendent. M->naey bn.,s what you Want
to eat, drinek, an~d wear ; len somie
times wons't; so I thisnk .the mtone,
pref'erable to thie ma.
1'This is smtnible fulk; ad if the
geeaiyo oe e tstuined simni
uinhsppy mllarritgs. GiI is ofit th rows
tbtheselves away on somte w'orthlesi
follow, in the hope thiat he will give
themo a support. Sooner thin sup
port thtemselves, they becisme " a ljin
unwiliteeg in a fleshey ebain." Thebo
dratg out a miierable existonee witlh
a mant. not the husebantd of their
ehomee, but nf their nece4.s-ity, simn.ly
foe the' tell)n t f tecieg fedl, el th-.'l
and~ ho~uesd. As the enu tun girl
Iays i -n omaeticiesi wonf't etecd
that, ort if etey do, it is done fee
qjedntly iln so e~parse tlhn, estby
no~ mens to latotso for the eaenilite
madeim lu masrryineg 'heml.
The Scoto poet. lasi sung of the1
glotriou~s p'rivile1,O if be'ing inde'
petadent,'' but, we fe-ar, neo many
womzenD hv echoe~d his a relin. There
haeve si be e ay r.aeen, u-gedl agelist
womwen workintg fur a uatennnt~fee,
onec of wbieh is the smllss of their
wages, and heunthter, the difficulty
of t hieir, obtaining work.. WVthout
eneteritg into *the merits of thee
objection., we sineply remtark that ii
is better to woeh fo~r smoall wages thb.ri
to be dependenn) on eveu , knhiuband
that we do noet love ' it is betterr te
flght for a living, than to fuld thte
Tirert .1.,. doubelees, , a~ ways mr
difueulty In a woman gaIcep agher J3 v.
lng, thb so ers is It. a mnaq gainineg
his, al It 1a far hetter to onepautteg
thetnd dilfltities and bee Ihdjee deint
than to tmarry fur support, or depend
on others for' a miantenanee. -.
To a woman, ate the eastern girl e*14
"Money is preferable so a ae tbal
is, a man mnarried feor any othe
moit. than )o',e and reepest.
Blue Ridge aailroud.
The following extract it made frot
a letter recently written by the Pre.,i
dont of the road to the Canwiijuati
"After nmany vexations delays, cc
casioned innioily by the pecnliar coon
di-i-o of the finat.ces tof this State,
anid the di.trost of eapitallatm to i.
veht in Southern uecuritieg, the B-n.
Ridge Railroad Company in Sutb
Ciarolini is again in a coudihion. I
hope, to press the coT;struetion along
the line uore vigorously. A new
compntii ctompo.t d of e pitili.,ts in
Sosuth UaroPliana and N. w Y.ok, i4 nowt
forming, who prvpo:,e to ctomplete the
road in a sh1ort thuse nn oetun condi.
tions. Ti0 proponsi 1i incluee the
isne -of a prefe-red srock fCd *2,000,.
000, he-aring even, eight or teun per
cent. unjtil the road id can-phtted;
after completion to hove satno prefer
eiue over stock now [sissud. The
new cOipan3 to huol or retire otld
Atock. The conipeny in tlets 8 a.e
ant1d in Ne v Yo-k psijoiose to stai.
s cbe .0t once :or o.e-h1Iaf ..f tais
pr--ared st.ook. With tIte $2.000.
000 A' pref.rred stouk, and the $4,
000 000 inmortg g , tii ns endoredol by
'le .of' 8 .uidh Car..lin4, ihi, roati
cal be c"LIpleteo.. in two % air fre'uns
t.h -t.ate. h teP t we nos pr.p.e is
to applo4&i to tlt ' t as m4 ot Coenn ti,
elt i.el aJ a ca p.at or a divi .
al.4, to Cemie to our aid, and -Oberihe
at I-ast $1,0110.000 ofttit pr.-ft.trem
t..k. T h S .a:e uf Sosuth (..r .iti:,
city of Charib-stiton and iadividual
-tockholdeort', h *ve alrtedy p.eid on
avi -xpeinded on this road nearly $3,
000,000. We propose n) to re.ti
i hie old stook, and per.uit new par.
ties to comse in with $2,000,000 1r- -
fe-rrd .took, and by the se of $4.
000.000 morungo bonds guaranteed
by the State of Sauth Car.otina, buil
the road and own it after it is con
Ploted.1 - - _1f .0. 0 1M__ --- -
The Earl of Derby.
The Earl or De-by h-es trampled
upon the mosxt chetished traditionea %f
hies party. Tocy peert in the House
of Lor d- a vit have lo ked unnitera.
ble sttna.taent yec'teriay w obn he,
their acknow!edged 1. ader, rusg in de
ninee1i.itio of the purchuas.. )steo in
the a my. Tile privieege of bu3ing
military rank with the title and
mnieery ha55 ever beeii dear to the tory
he-.rt. The p.eeth of Lord D- ri 'y
against this timia.lt.ored inoti nt iou
Iat sk- an era in the history e-t Ii-, par.
ty. He has dealt the I tit dee I.blow
to the eitrnighoeld of the t..ry aislaoc
r oy. The abolition of the purchase
by-tem wiHl be a great. r.Nf. rm in the
british armtv. But1 it will lead to a
,till In tue impoc tacet le.-lt-to a so
cial revoltiton in Eoglibh tanciety-if
tha moanre. should be y-eassed, as ,n
all proboabilit. it will. The sons of
the nobi ity who h.ve hitherto had it
pretty muah their own waiy in the ar
my, will ienter into a list where only
haid work and superior ar.,tinitinuts
will obtain a eoummitsion. Thus the
aholition of the pirhobase toyatema in
the &rm will be a great leveller of
rank and tend to induce deumcratie
ideas Into Eaglish society.-N. Y.
Prince ilienmarck in ecnstantly in
receipt of tso tmany substrantial preaa
enta from all parts of Germany, prini'
oipal:y WIne in casks, barrels of lageir
Ibeer, provisions, ('among thema a gi.
gantbo sausage fifty feet loig anad
twelve Inches thick,) &e., that lhe bhas
publlicsly annaounoed that the lardrs
and cellar in his house at B~erlin are
full, and that he will tio Iviser he
able to store away mnytbicag further
of the raame descrip jti1on.
IAlthough the WVhite House i.4
Ipretty wei-i stlonked in all tl:eae re-'
speote, still we are ha.ppy to eagy that
our gtftaed President cotitueis to A~
roomll for the *fferit'g of his friendaI,
sa~d has tao .inlten iets of itaittinig
the examiplo of Prin'te B.semauek.
is l"'oota arnd hia cel'ors h -ste nu
elrattie capacity quito eq eal to the
i enierous disa.eti~en of all who pre
poesee to seupply eit herv. The . UbileO
sieat-idue.'.4a:md, ho--'ver, theat the
"toernment" req'uir, a all expeancs
tob adon preents, wh-clh h ave
noDit 1. 60(d anad poaateva value beotid
this conet of ttenportationi. 'That
principle e was l uttl in thle nelebra
tedl dog case.--WVun~engton P'haai.
IThe peremrctory maandvns lssued
by Judge Willate again~t J. K.
Jll on, to force him to des lis duty by
*paying off the teachbere of the public
sohootlee, of' which het isfiat e Suparin
tendent, allons him tntl1 Natirtlay to
do so. We hope that his itdsdieaee
will and oh that day and thiat the'Jus*
tic. which has beeni so long and so
Ipatiently awaited will not be delayed
Virginia papera hay that- the po#
dei tanke fonuud by the c'rekora is
the Cofderate Ironie1Ad ltehon,
pow !Inlag .ls tbirty -or foity feet
ef water, arella good conditieth ant
the powder ap dry and ready forbuae
ae forg the syulinesion 4l years.agei
Treasurer Spinnet fthd the Rothsebilds.
American funds will probably re,
ceive a 'eevero hboek on hearii-g that
Ubitud Statea Treaki-rer Spinner hat
lallen, out with the Rutheohilds, and
this id the way it came about : Spin
ner, mell aware of hi financial puoi
tiotn and dignity, paid his first visit
upon arrival in Loidon, as in duty
boun-d, to the offiee of the Roth.*
chilt.. The flunkey in waiting invi.
ted him to a teit in the anto-room ;
and as time rolled on Spinner grew
nervous, theta tired, and finally in.
dignaita ; sro ho suddenly reared up
upon bia hind legs, informed the flun.
key in waiting that they "did not
treat dogs that way in America," and
Irt.. Next day the itothbhtlas isent
a I-sseUger to apologize. The de.
lay as onuted by inability to
read Mr. Spinner's autograph card.
It had been ..ubmtitted to the confi
des~tL. tilrks of every nationutlity,
meaolu 'ing . the ianese and H..ttentut ;
h at all had giaV.%h it up in despair.
Nobody had cor eeri such a card
ea-fore. Miz-piocian wa euijted and
the poiiite selot for, tto be presenst at
the iuteie-w. . wa1l while awaitlog
the ativ. or the polIeo that M,-.
R..inne '- p.tience g so out. The
Ruti.schild- were very torry on di..
eroag boe thby had ti eated "O:d
Gr-eanhu..k" hinvelf. but the lat.-er
wa. net teo be a'peased ; he telt that
tie U. ite I 3 atur, eutrreney had It. en
'ely insiulte.d in his OWn p rsin.
[I, -.i6tamuel the deor( of his chamber
.n Rileschildr'i, fliuke1iy's face, broke
0.1 nP() A firade .ahuit the e >rrupCog
influneric.a of "h it i.h g.sd," pack
ed hi, rtpra, uanl hif for the
('ontiu.nt in disgust. 'l'te a m e day
speti I etst-ngerP. were delimtched
trot Rothachild's Lotndln h.-ne to
eve y brunch house in HErope.
Spenner n):i3 yet be conciliated. Lot
i hubuhly trut o.
The Landlords and the Working men
Mr. Olger, at a Republican meet
ing at Niwe.Astle in Englhnd, recent
1v said that the Houses of Lords and
Comnais had taken away nearly all
the land which originally was the
peoeple'r, and load kept it for thew
selve' ; aund n'.w if any member of the
comimuaaniy, if any humble working.
man or iaiddle cluss man, conceived
that. those lands should be dealt with
in a more satifuttary manner, in thae
itntereet Ot the nation, he was inme
diutely called a robber, and while
those who held the great estates of
Enatnnd obtainted them to say the
I ast. of it, in a very qiestionable
mnanner. They wete not coutent to
hatve the lard only. They cl.imed
the water that walmher through the
I and, they claimed the fish that swam
in the water that washed through the
land, they claimed the hares and rab
bits that run on the land, and they
claimed the birds thit flew over the
land. Atod they were not satisfied
with these thing., but they claiied
also the miuersin that lay undet the
land, and if they could get at it, and
it were of anay luiportance in the
shape of wealth. they would go down
t thee domaini., of But liehub and would
clain all that I and if the old gentle
man ki pt them there when he got
tihem, England would not be very
inuch worse off
GolIng to Libefla,
We learn that a large nastnber
of negroe.s-comaptisinag sdaty or eigh.
ty families-Ina thes vicinity of Clay
Hill), in- the Noith-east part of this
C..unty, heve cetermained to emigrate
to Litaeria, and are how vuakinag their
arrantgeiiinws to emnhar-k In the ?eygeI
of the Colounittion Society, which
will satil fromr Chiarleaaton or Btltimaore
early ini November next. lew, IEltaa
Hil aned Ju:.s Mloorr,.twq olored
men of this Coucay, are at the headl
of -the unovenasentitnd it 1n the inten
tiona of' rhe etnsigrat.4 to locat, in that
part of iberlix ktiohts is the Noeikb
Caureltism 006eay. lThtele~ etiianti
ate-to be receavad at Roo~k H-ill,'atd
wlil be foajishr-I iratiaportatlit to
Liberia by the Olonail tion Society.
Wet under,tanad that several hunadred
othera aiegeoea Ira this (County' -te
ssaking pr epaaraetious to folloti i u the
velw wh(iih .sil. noxt May.- Terf.
afie Min guirer.
Emnaucipation Is inralI
A testi Vte on' thE' goeernme6t
*enanei'1tionu measeure resulted in a
povernm henlt-vietatry, the *ote being~
63 to SS, only eight deputies 'heiig
absent. Ths vot-e was nousinal, and
It showed tat the atrength o e
position to e~ianeip~tdty ialt
comee r~intly feom thai two previoon
of Rioe de Janaartarnd Mtna dr/a'.
A coneidetable nsembet 'f ~trat6
*man~peaterr :bated tne
fromn katlianspset. of--tby .
iS6IddleI n e't pose~ns-~i~r
d1Oe60 i -t ~ - i
4' now then, 6e th f 4
4pietty -Shef ee
se n en~ edb~~ih
sefbther deelt is pooltesy
Profilled by the War.
The Frank fort Journal says
"When thu *ar of last year was pro.
longed, aid assumied ever increstilig
dimensions aid a more oruelobaracter
serious apprehcensionse were expressed
in Germany le4t our own troops iight
become demoralized. It, was feared
they itght adopt habits and manners
which, on their returu home. must
prove injarious to society. We are
now entirely free from these appre.
honaions, and it is righit publicly to
to say soa The terrible war has not
impaired the discipline, nur, hat; it
undermined the honesty, the morals
or the muanners of the moo. On the
cctri'ttry, nimany einployers gladly bear
witness to the fact that a better un
derstanding between Lhemaelves and
their attiaans never exi.ite.l thail that
now establi.hod with inen who, not
long ago had arni u their hands but
who have now retu ned with a new
kost to their old oedupations. .fore
the war strikes were the order of the
- (y ; now they are not the. .ught of.
'hre service they kave porroern.:d in
thre cawe of thef 4iruntry ha4 erano
biled the nil nd- of rhe o-rk men, ad
cleared up their Views on the haolal
quiesiti. . Whoever has panticipimed
in the suffe.rititi of this war fOtis
more btrom gly th sn ever ho1w reat ia
the blesshing uf pt.Iitoeful labor. In
th-s re.eot, too, we have porofitted by
Where is the Champlon Type Setter Nowj?
A lun.ttroal pper of 'uatiday ln..
tan 1 "At a t) pe-seturnrag 11t0h
held in Li Noeaivou Monde offiee.
lait Thurday eveoig, between Al
phooic B.ri ett i.no Alphnrse Moni.on,
the foer ue- set 20J38 ens and the lat.
ter 1944 ems4 in au hour. T'ie n,ea.+
u4e, type and copy were similar to
thuins need at the math held through
out Cnada ad the United States on
the 10th of May last. The best dune
then was by Ge.orge Arensburg. ot
Philadelphia, who composed 1822
eis and received the ch . meii praso
from the Internationai Union. The
two younig French Canmidians above
mentioned have now surpassed him,
aid have proved tha.ir superior swift.
ne.:s, so far over tie craft on thia con.
tinent. About fifty person were prex
ent at the nartch refe:red to Tho
proofs of the contestants were re..
The Great Railroad Consolidation.
The Washicigton Chronicle of the
12th instairt say' : "The great
Sutithei n railroad routes attract in.
creau.ed attention. The Pennsylva.
nia Central conbinaition stretches
southwardi by wR of Richmond, Wil.
mington. N. C., Columubia, S. U., Au.
usta, Go, and is stretching every
nerve to make its throu4h ounnection
by way of Vickasburg with the South
ern Pacifc. The B-iltimnore and
Ohio Roid nroies out by way of Lynch.
burg, Knoxville an:i Ch trtanooga,
and expects to reach the Mississippi
by its own route. A heavy contract
has been awarded for a through mail
to New Orleans by way of Knoxville
and Chattarnooga. This seetbe an
importat gain for the Baltimore and
A young Prussian officer, who, as
the story goces, doubted the love of
his affianced bride, requested one of
hras fa iendse, after the battle of Grave
lotte, to inform her that hre had been
killed, apdito report to him how she
bore the news. The result was tha~t
the girl committed suicide ; and the
lover, rihooked at the tragedy he had
co unwittingliy eaused, became a ray
ing maniac, and ienow an itnmate of
the asyluar iti Darlin, where hre is re
gardeod assintuurable. The young of.
Alcer might have remembered Uer.
*Vantesr' aeid story of Iimpertiienit
auriosiy,i and have been restfrained
from tr)ing so: dangerous,, and what,
in tils irstanrce, has proved so fatisl
hew inWbt Withdrawn,
There does riot asrem to be any
dodibt thiat t(he new Goverrniment loarn
is teo be withdraewn frem the stharket,
anIthst, two9 Yory speedily. The
* ncea in .this eotamutry haa niot by~ any
meanas met the espectation of tile
Tmeriy o~ilse, arnd the intormuatiou
:.nything but ttesrgg, 'Hence tie
Sueryof the Treaansr .ma -~
nsined that't i udefde a't n af
force it ti n the 'erutrtyl 1r.
Hie pry D P k let t' s t rb t
stig r drYj'Yri a nd ' i t
atobeodi s to t a4 uitta
for ti re th;aI (
Fe ebe t bes' s 1
lo th. n dm dy3
The Orangeburg News presents the
following ha rrowing story :
On the 15 h1 in14sitant, a ImosHt d;I
bolical attempt was inide by a young
Inegro woian to kill the wife of a go.
timonan residing In the vioitaity of
lranchville, whose nam e, for ddlioAte
resasoniq, we foi beAr to mention.
It appears that on the ni.'ri.ing of
the day abvvo named, while Mr.
-- was in hit, field s Ubual, this
nregro womian (oho was also an cm
ployee of his ) lvft her work, und
went to the house, with au axe iii her
hand, dealing his wife blow aftev
blowv. The noise of a wagon, oi
sole vChicle passing, occasioned her
to desist for a moment, through fea.
of being detected ; and in thik short
interval she scined to have bee
struck with reiose of oonsuienco, ano
she could not diltI cot age to f urthe
lacerate, and tet the poor bleeding.
agonliz'ng piece of suffling humoanuih
thnt lay before her, anaI told her th6
she would apare her life if she woul,
promise not ta tell her husband wh.
ooniuilted the deed. 'the neg.'
womi~ti then returned to the field nut
re'eumed her woei. The nndi ion o
Mre. was disoovertd by soein
one on the place, who imurediatel
comminuunioated the intelligeice to he'
hbao4dnd. When ie got to her side.
lie founid her lying upon the bed we.
I el ing in her blood. ThIe Only thin.
that t-urpribOs us is that lie did no
iake short of the life of the one whoi
-lid the deed. Tie negro woman i
low ii- jail.
[The Orangeburg News is a Ratdi
oal paper, and aty story of negro atro
city in its colunms may be received
tn mildly mtated.]
Government and People.
The New York Tribune says there
can be no .uab thing in this countr)
as 'a strong government and a weak
people." Both government and peo.
tie, it says, moust be airong or weak
ogether. To which the Sa'nunah
"Did we not have a strong govern.
ment and a weak people when the au.
thorities at Wash ingtc.n compelled
(uo iAtter how) the Nottlerii 8tutes
to vote for negro suffrace, when near.
ly all of thema had just repudiated It,
when presented as a distinct issue, at
the oll., and by iuiniao majori
"Did we hot have a strong goverti
went and a weak people when the
Southern States were thiro.tled and
made to Vote for the foun teenth and
fifteenth amendnents against their
will and judgment ?
"Did we not have strong governa
went and a weak people when Can
grean, by its mere fiat, overthrew the
established governments in the &outh
ern States and ereated tuongrel gov
ernments to suit itself, and in no
wise representing the people t"
Speaker Bluine, in a late speech,
charges the Denoertit.4 with "not
reenguising the Conmtitution of the
United States." Who can, ftsooth?
Since the RIddicals have been tinker
ing with it, it no* resembles the boy's
knife that was. twice repaired-firit
with a new blade, and then with a hew
handle8. That youth grew to old age
without being able to deoide whether
it was the saime knife or tnt. So it
is with the onstitution of the United
Stattes. Sometiuses we think it i" the
same old instrumneut atit soeirnmes
not, If Mir. IMtaine would help str ip
off sonie of the disguises with which,
he hat. helped to Invest it, the Do,
ots will niot encounter the lea.t dif
SenIty in Is recognition.-Wlmi1ng.d
A Disease has been raging for a
month past among the horses in New
York city which pnhles all the veti
known am "pink eye,'' the majority cif
brseu think it entirely a bew disa
ease. At kills the anirtal in mn lin
credibly ulbort time, antd Is believed
to he I.eit origin In atmanpherie cus
es taken it souhetiontlf wIth the condl.
tioni .f the horse at the tIin. The
disonne flrst tiamnifeata itself by a
wreakneft. it the hinder parts of the
toimlaI amul loas of control them
rewlin ofitbe legi 'cud then tofal
gata . and cthe'i 1besb i ima- lpI.'
I oetil the paralynIe ha6 ea ided to
I henkhteint blIvr aft Tes ted to,
,. pre vent the. he fe't ye dou'g,
fVt'af oned dow*,'I4AednwI tdag bIn
'gdn4. .hik rtet di..ses to ,eine
enivrt, and thoutI iht be bait' ui ht
qf by'own'e s oft atdalt~
Th proe ,we remarkrt In a
1Ubagd e se helpdi.bkei Ao wear
id Iem eee wee barlod
y t * onr Inc a U8 Oc(Osle' If he
ednasy he alA bare
4#4dWdheeta, io~ 66
ite be getm of."
Nut Lovingood al a Candy PalIa#.
I had i heep of troble lset Christa
a-, anid Ile tell you bow it happened,
)ekent Jone's gills give a candy pull.
'I, and I got a atool, as they I4y i I
\oith Kirlina, amd so over I goes,
i-ter Poll and mie went together,
ad when we got to ole man Jones the
on1Ie was chuck full, Dog niy cats
-f there was room to turn round,
here wus Suze-llarkitin, shose as big
H a skintied huss, amd misty other
-Nikinses, and all the Sorogginses,
nt Williamse-i, and Simonses, and
Pudierews, and abool master and his
-al, beides the old Deken and the
Dekenso, and enough little Dekenoes
to bet up a half dozen young folks in
le fmilmili business.
Wel, bimeby the pot begun to bilo
:id then the fun begun. We all
got, our plates reddy, and put flour
oi our han.ds to keep the candy from
'iukin, and then we pitched into pul.
liii. Wozent It funl I I never saw
siib aiflin aid euttin up in all my
horn daze. I made a oendy bird for
EemA Simmons. H1er mnd mue expeoti
tw trot iii double h.rness one of these
dozo. She maido a candy gooso for
fie. Then we got to throwim candy
lbilla intu one another's hair, and a
runmmninl fron) olin side of the hotiso to
tother and out intu the kitchen, till
everything on the place was all over
gommed wit h candy. I sot on a pine
bench and En Simmotis set close to
ine. Suse 11akins, confund her piS
ter, throwd a candy ball sock intu one
of my izo. I looked around and
thar was the gablo end of my bran
now britches a sticken to the piue
benuh. I backed up agin the wall
sorter crawflish like and grinned.
"Silt,' ses sister Poll, 'what's the
mnatter ' 'Shot up says I.
'SBitt,' says Em, 'Come awa from
that wall, 3ou'll git all over greasy.0
'Lot her grease 1' says I, and I sot,
down on a wash bord, that was lying
aerosa a tub feeling worse than an
old maid at a wedien. Purty soon
I felt t-omethitg hurt, and purty soon
it hurt agin. le-whis I I jumped
ten root high, kieketi over the tub,
out flue old Jones Christmas turkey,
anid )oiu ougeht to a seed we gitt
I out for tall timber, jumn t staked
nid ridered fences and atinamhed duwt
bi uhi liko a runaway herikan till I
got home, and went to bed and stade
tlhe'ro two daze.
E( old dekin Jonesei barn burns
down next winitor, and iue arrested
for it, and anl) body peers as a witness
4gin me1i, ile bust his doggoned hod I
T1hemU's my sentiments.
One of the oddest questions evet
submaitte l to lawyers is now pusiling
1h1se of Hartford, Ct. It seems that
a 1aman who recently died there left a
widow, childle.,s, but expoting short.
ly to become a thother. By his will
lie provided that if the expected child
hut411,Uld prove to be a boy,' two-thirds
of the lproperty should go tb hin, and
one-third to the widowed mother. If
however, the child pr ved to be a girl
only one-third of the estate was to
go to her, and two.thirds to the moth
er. Tie result of courge, was await,
d with an interest even greater than
thasit usually bestowed upon such
even's. T1he result is the widow has
besomite the mother of Twins--a boy
[This, or a very aimilar problem, ls
stated in Greenleaf's arithmetic.)
P nalor Trumbull's Fortrth of eluly
or. tion telivered at Galesburg, Il11'
niois, o. oa ted quite a stir in the radioal
wigwam. It was antl-radleal and
an iGrant. lIe deulatred ina favor of
allo~wing women to participate in the
g.vrnment "wheneiver they asked for
it," iondemnd the exeroise of war
powers in time of peaewideelared that
centralization was the great danger of
thet reptublio, amnd ekxpressed the belief
thj~t' "Niberal and kindly action ona
the part of the general governmen6
was needed to heal the wounds of the
South." if Trumbull keeps on In
this astrain5 he will soon be "read oat"
of time radical party.
blitsister Sehenoik has madO anoth.
or speech to the Britons on the ineal.
eulbl benedte of the new treaty.
TIhis time he addressed the merohant
tailors of Lonrdon at their annual ban'
quset He intimated bie belisf that
the present treety was one that would
not shrink with wearing or ,washing
but being admirably out to order, omut
of the very best of goods, would fi6
well, suit all and never go out of
a1rrow, gatuge tailroadas of whiqka
we have been heerlagso quoh of lates
are soon~ to be feet ieall 4 at oar
very 'doors. '4oggI~ s~ies the
honor of~ brea ing grousi hane
onurt epise; 4 Wels togw Co.
lumebue l~ t~a ,the 9ontr$et for
b'uIding he. 4a wntyp~ileg op she
North and Nonth Railroad was givq
out latet week. A isage of three foqt
for t , eafr i Put
nt . gseerally 4onceded *bai
she, Darie se3e i7 1a SPsRt@5i4
the lowet atiMude beIm * 41s #
Notes and Queries hins the follow
itg interesting me moranda oneetni.O
the heroine of the well-known ballt
of "Annuie Laurie :"
"'ie ith of this young lady, so
well-knuwu to mnuy of your reasdoit.
is rl.titlntly recorded by her fathei
Mir Ribert Laurie, of Maxweiltown.
in the family register in thn..' words
" 'At the ple'nsuro of the Almighty
Go-l, my daughter, Annie L ourie, w:..
born upon the 16th day or December,
1861 oars, about iix o'cluk in thli
mnorning, and was baptis3d by Mh.
Geo' [Ilu'ner,of Olencairn.].'
"Anid hii own miarri -go is given in
the sane qI unt ht) le:
" 'At the pleasure of the A imighty,
I wus married t., my wife Janii Rid.
sell upon tue 27 i1 day of , .111%. 11"74,
n the itroun Kirk of E iinib., by Mr.
"'i'These statements I (ind in the
.'tilughle collee'i' o.1-f unail.seripts
ett by the I ato Mr. W. F. Arndell,
.lnd wich lilt; san W. F. Ilntter
krundell, H.q., of A.rj.rg Tovor,
i)u nfiiesshiro, has kiandly allowed me
) examunine antd make uto of. T oy
Ontain i vast fund of enrious infor
.Iation tespectinag the mmignity aind
unty faimilies of Dunaerie'sshino.
\l army of )our asider will kIn. w that
Aianie was wood byV Willi ;In I)oupla,
't Eanglamnd, in kirikudbtightthiiro,
ler etarius tare thus ,poken of iln his
pat etio lyric, 'Houio Annie Lau
"'Her brow is lilke the siaw drift,
Iler tetk is liko tihe swat,
flair fi-ce it is the fnirest
Th t e'er tihe sun shote on,
h'lat o'er the sisn shioit) 0n,
And dirk blue t, her e'e
And for bunnio Ant.i Laiulie
I'd lay mie donn and die.'
"4he was, however, ohdurite to his
pan:ionute nppee.l, preforring Alexat.
der Fergumn of Crtigdaroebn, to
whom the was evenitially mnsarried.
l'lis Wiitin m D.mglas was8 id to
havo been the be. o of thu well khwt
aOnig, 'W1VI1th was i Wainton,1 W ag.'
Tihough he was refomed by Anuie, lie
did tnot pine away in sila1e blessed
fnees, but unide a runiawaiy umarliage
with Miss ElItbeth Clerk, of Glen
boig, in G.Jlway, by wh.1 ie had
four Hos and two daughtorets."
What RaditAlihm has Done.
It disfranchiued thousands of whito
It inVaded the Vederal constitu.
It usurped the ra .;''y of --he
It antdiliiated ten St-ates.
It abiolished cisil law in certain
parts of the United StateS.
It created military oommissions to
try civil eases.
It suspend.d the habeas corpus in
time of profridnd pence.
It deniod to thb whio citizens tt!
trial by jury, five yetr after the late
It has ondorsed tho outrages of
llolden, andl others.
It encourages the negroes to idle
it gave about two hundred millions
of adoes of the public dominion with.
in thne last two yoars to corporations
of rioh capitalisits.
.It dirregarded solemn obligations.
It broke every pledge it. u'.er made
to the people.
It ungmen-ed temocratic Congress
nienh who were duuly elected.
In squanndered the public t reasure.
It reltisedl to pro.eisuto the thieves
of pub-a tmoney.
It favored thne pr'oset'uhiti of manu
facturers faor trifling irregeularities.
It atteunpted to c rrupt the b..llot
It taxed every species of property
of the poor nDan.
It ekempted the rich mm's bonds
h tpaid thae tieb ,ftan in gold.
It paid thn e tarditar, his wido* and
otphalh in greeatnbacLks.
It apponoted spies in every comtimu.
nrd ow seks b's perpetuation by
thne enactmient of ltinunau laas to
prevent Democrats from .voling.-'
What is g bemocratb
tils queastiorn, seys then Paris Vrue
tKentuoktaan, was addlressed~ toa
Deoorit tin a pol)itial'n"$veiLton
a few dg eine. by a "liedhInt Reo.
puabhean. "1 would liko '.ery mueb
to be what .pn call a good hotneat
,emrct at Bo kimid enmotgh to tell
sno what change I will have to tundera
~o to beoa-iuh,rend. ho* <I will
noow.sit4 ? .ena changed" "Well.
V6.ifd the Demnn9erst. 'gou to, spmWf
eohtexenroo-se, mind if you earn pass it
by withbut feeling ann inoibattht toJ
'oon~soate,' you are ara hiounest D~emo.
orat, ;but If yths cmannot rbsist ,the
teigptat ion tp. pg gto fias, y'.t* are
i. flaJI st;, .an46 bae po$ ggf
en*~d a obistig." Thei itntlons in.
'quirer hdd-ad itoro quaeaitit tio" pro
poung e - ee a A a:. 1
for ed~J~, trat s ~ tp e of g thu