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tAlmost a Corpse.
X VOUNO MAN HEARS 11S OWN FUNERAL
Among the more peqgnineit visitors
iWho are passing the holidays with
their friends and relatives in this city
Is Mr. Ceo' C:-r--j. who we" bosting
on Ouedia rihaketwith tio 4 hi 0oM.
anions. They unmoored the boit
and rowel for the distanoo of - t#4
luiles to an .Ieagnf that, jifted, itself
from the wave . Herd tb'oy 'dpett a
feW hours ild ' bt0lot1ig' shel1I' an a
botanUJ spedlldens, III1 ,a bladk than
der-ladeu aloud In. the west' warned
them. that a violent- storm . was breW.
ing,,.and they, speedily set out upon
their return. . Thby hid neArliy -each
ed the malilaWd' When their little
b traft turned ke*'lpwai by a 'squall
and the party was loft sturggling - and
Oanting in the - Oater.
Mr. Cam saW his -t" companIons
swimm1~g towaids the shore and
attempted to follow theo, but in Vain.
A dehghttul sesiat ion of repose took
possession of him. Then all was
'01h:1Os. Blank I
He was raestod by ls totrpanionsj
and upon his oturn to conscioiusnossj
he attesppted to. open .his eyes, mIivo
his batAls=-to speak, but found him
self unable 6 Itomin.nnd .a wusclg.
As he lay in this. Oundition, meo
tIy piotred t-6 him al that hi4d triMh
pired.-up to-the ni'oment when lie be.
tame insensible. Then. he !marvelod
whether he. was alive or dead. What
meint this haah t thit chill I this dark.
ness of blaoknes thatedveoped himl
\VhOre 'wa be tis we Ihf
Would it-be &lways thus '
Tim* passed- on, and. ke Sl1 his
thoughts and ideas contracting Into -a
narrower sphere, unpil yzo hing but
tibe oW eentrtl .kha6'ledge of Otis.
tence continued tO eleRt itgelf.
l(ot soddenly a orash, .as.f all. tho
Titou thunder..godp had hlomwP their
trumpets in unison amote upon his
hearing-a Jeluge of . light like the
ionoentratetd rwys olf itn illion suns
burst upta -hip vision -there was a
severing of .Soul end sense# and he
stood in aii1t0, bQside lijsYiuletitrew1
loffini and read the insbriptioi
BtaIn altimoib, ilt)
*nune 29, 1846.
blud at Erewerton, N. Y.,
June 20, 1866.
Aged tWenty yarst
ThroUgh the oval glass it the head
0-4he -asket he #oult bee bib fafle
firohen Iij thr1hJtj tgidity d Ath,
His ittends and rtlatites wbreaese
ed sound the rbum) atid the pastor
was prOadhing a touching funeral Aer
thonj iltero-upted now and then by thd
sobs of tho lIbLenert 'I Throigh the
open windowv the glory of a sulithbet
daty wits diitivin in fragrant with the
sweet brth frip .the elgyPer . ida2
rand musieaf *Idh the sdagatirblirdh.
fl s r lhtW6 bqtA'r ingsterythibg 6
looked upon, and a jatont' melody in
every sound be heard--and he realiz
ed bow orude and imperfect are all
our dreams of happiness in the dlesh
as comnpared with those which the imnA
hut, like a flah of lightning, there
itanlif a loss of identity again--uttut
anohihilation for an quneertain Japae of'
time-and whena he again awoke to a
sense of his condition, his spirit ondle
mno'a tenanted 'hie- bodyah-lis coefln
bad beett borhdi to the Ueete~try-and
he heard the sexton preparing to
lowti' him to his last resting plitee in
Now for the first time, a great hor
row fell upion him. lie was to be
enitomtbed alive-to beoJeft atone with
the ni ht3 anfl the terror, and the grimn
Uo~ain of slfEldtofis anouid6ring
around him6 He aWould togain odolos
less when.too late --would strikethe
elose walls of' hi. prison, btt ono pur
Jiose -eall, an4 there .would be no an
be-pray, and the very h~avens
would bd p itiless-slriek, tear his
flash with hi. fingers. care, and;
Summoning up tiil his wIhi,'hes
tailised It in' alast efort %d bWa1h the
spell that seiled him, and '.tith *dos
seas. * H was resetted ifroftt hit im
pending.4.ote 46adsw6 els of.ahful
itsitiglrought himn bask te the .full
enjoymetf f- his, former health..
Jlediana Banse. -
Vri idis,1fithfa' alation of 7 0O,.
000 has a State Uofversity, a #M
MilItary I tuK.Was4 and
an itpisoopal C1l~ -a'Presbytesim
tht l6d681 e paatig.
lie 00 gqe W di r. tr qg
shou6 min amy .iun toa lritain it
a population ek ,9QQ1QP
bee-li.. aq4 q diseased potato~r
None-as one is a bee holder and cbe
other a spook'd tatur,
t.4'Biyvgg of Delaward tqges ex.
oeftior at a speech of Mr. Hoar of
SMaskiQhuxette tlioeothei dag ln whiob
he stated thai thert ftre over eigh
1housaid whit# peosont il the State 01
Delawar6 who Bobld nbt read or write.
Wlhen lining W6 tht gdatenmnn
Mr."Biggs was folibly fitrlck With the
gteat amount of pretended piety and
intell3AUiaIty of the State which he
in part represebts.
Mr BiggsSbda in thI 8tite consta
ble's report to the State pt Ma4s qbu
sOU in four years-6613, i86 ,868
and 1869-proecutiotai, exclusive of
likknor oeases, amounting to ten thous.
sni'dVhd thirty-aiz. What wore these
prosecutitns for ? What crimes had
the people of the State of Massadhu.
sett1 othmitted I Why, tir in listen
ing to the h'hofable gentleman, you
would suppose that they *eto all
saints up there with their great learn
ing. Let ne read you some of the
crimes they bate committed, and I
*will iead them slphabetioally, becauseb
they are guilty of crimes for as many
letters As there are In the English Ian
ginage, except the four last letters of
the alphabet. [Great laughter.)
LetWe zay, however, before reading
the list, that you would suppose, from
the reinarks of the gentleman from
Massachusetts, that crimes was do
oreasluln that State ; but, instead
of that, in 1866 there were nineteen
hundred and forty-five eases, and in
1869 there were thirty-four hundred
and fifty-nine, an increase of nearly
double in three years. And what
*%re these crimes, Mr. Speaker? I
will recite a few of them. Arson,
adultery, (Laughter,] burglary, biga
my, [ILaughter,] conspiring to de
fraud, drunkenness, dafacing tomb.
stones,[great laughter,] forgery horse.
btealing, [laughter,] highway robbery,
k epg 'hotels -without license.
Mr. 8ppaker, 1 must claim your
proteetton. I proceed- with the list.
*Night-walking, [laughter,] obtaining
mone.y under falbo pretenses, perjury,
polygamy, tlaughterl] :playilg cards
on Sunday, present at cook-fight,
[great laughter,] refusing to pay their
railruAd fares, [great langhter, set
ing tip a lottery, selling obscene
prints, selling unnnasured wood,
[laughter,] selling diseased meat,
(laughterj threatening to burn a
eOuteh,4tgreat laughter. Mr. Speak
er, I wil road no more of the ton
Now, Oiri when the gentleman from
Masaathusetts talks about the tiliter.
bVrof th State of Delaware) lit the
tell bihi that the briminal rehord of
that State does not present any such
dark r16dord as that of the dtate ot
-Massach'ojintte does toAtly-a record
darker than oight iled upon mid
Caieof British Dlsatisfatid.
'he New Xork tvuing Post, in
i-derring to the sudden elcitement in
England over the Washington tro.aty,
says': "Tho inimodiate causd of this
tbange has ben disappointment oc
easioned by adiscovery of the fact
that the United8 tates GovornM et had
not relinquished itu'elains td general
dainges or injury done by British
druieurs to Aimericanceummeiude. We
iti Atierloa, are also disappited,
perhapsi lit the positidli tilhen by the
iritish tGovernment. Wti had a
vagtie idea tat our oppoonnt lhad
given Uip thel ease bef'ibre trial. Iloth
nations n ave disUovered their mistake;
hutthe gluattbliig seemg to be ndarl y
confined to thie dthei- sidd of thie
Net the Bqdil oi i esr.
Negiklabs are now eligible fto the of'..
flee of t'lesident and Vice Pi-esident
of' the linited States. It was pro,
posed lately, III the House of Ilepr.
sentatives, to .amend the Constitution
so that the Ge~rmatisj Irish and other
.foireigihers mighe enjoy the rights as
the tl~grtihs. The amnebdment was
lost by .nintlty'one yeas to sevebty five
nays.p.-got two.thilide itt its favor,
w hi0h the Constittition of the United
States risquires. 'i%se in the udgal
tife wefe #11 kep~ublicans.
rn Stivannah on Friday last four
young ladies were received idto the
order of the Sisters of Mercy. The
naines of the .postdlaits were as. fol
lows, Miss Anna'Trodetidhi of Au.
g usta, Georgia, who reeeives in reli
gion the name of8Sister MsIfy.Alphonia
sue. MHls Nilen- IMen edy, of Satan
naby niow Siater Maty a tagdalen. Miss
Agnes MoMahon ugf Savenbtah, now
grown, of datannah, now jneuar
. UE#1fI .in igf~ii Aet;
.At the solicitatlon of Aefetal protbla
gun Go.lan, ol 0 lorward.
edito of aPlanttl4* bg~ovideot.
edtto EtfropE ff the puvpose of.
q tgig-the sut6 of farhiser wild
lds, *ater pewera et mimergI, and
tioaet forth i.adtlasgesof ettilgra
Whet s the diSu'b4 between .a
enqteyouimb end a hofegauoon 1 .One
. tiade up of a lot of little cells, the
other is-onoe enormus sell.
The Assault old den. RaffV, hy a Aall
The Menphia Appeal, of the 2
inst., oont1bai1 the followig partion
lars of the n.4i:,ult on don,. Maury bj
a conduetor diu the Chattanooga and
Memphis Rilroad; which was briedh
mentioned in our telegraphic de
spat che4 :
On Wednesday night; as tho tr~ii
for Memphis wan leaving Chattanoog
Gen. DuatneY H. Mnuey, the well
known dofdtider of Mtobile, stbppedi
into the Pullman sleeping cihr and
took a usent. Seeing Mr. Trice, . th<
uonductor; he Ilh.d hiul if ti (th 0
oar) was a " orthera 8'ncrn;1' Tc
this Trice responded that it wa
known as a S ,uthern Pullman car,
but Was ownel by a Northern com
pany. duu. Mattry then asked Trice
his name and on bein4 ans*8red; pibk.
ed up his oarpet saok and eft, for the
ladies' oar, here, as Trico *as inL
fordietl by a blalhsman, Gen Maury
indulged in sums remarks about him,
making threats of a sUmmary charse.
ter. Trice, ipon hearilig 1lls, ltladc
up his mind to Intuire into it; and
was about leaving his oWn for the
ladieb' car for that putpdso when Gen.
Maury made his tppeitralide and d.
dressing him (Trice) asked : "Are
you the man who circulated those lie
obout Mr. Davis I" 'To Which Tribe
responded : "I am the nian who told
what you refer to." To this Gen.
Maury responded, stepping back and
putting his hand on his hip : "You
are a d-d lying son of a-." Where.
upon Trico seized Gen. Maury by the
arm to prevent him, as lie says, from
shooting, knocked him down, and
seizing a large poker near his hand
struk Gen. M. on the head every
time he attempted to get up (perhaps
six or seven times) until he be-3ame
senseless from the repetition of the
blows. By this time the cars were 1o
motion, therefore the authorities
could not intervene. Gen. M. was
taken charge of by the employees of
the train until Huntsville was reach
ed, where he was put off to receive
Will Castleton rhymes as follows
about a farmer who took a boy to a
pa inting offiue to "make an editor
out o' him P.
The editor sat in the sanotum and
looked the old man in the eye ; then
he glanced at the grinning youth
hopeful, and mournfully made this
"Is your son a small unbound edi.
tion of Moses and Silomon both ? can
h1 compass his s-pirit with meekness,
and strangle a natural oath 1 Can he
leave all his wrongs to the future, and
carry his heart in his cheek 7 Can
he do any hour's work in a minute,
and live on six pence a week ? Can
lie courteously talk to an equ'l, and
browbeat an impudent dunce ? Can
he keeip things in apple. pie order and
dd half a dozen things at once ? Can
ho press all the prings of knoweldge
*ith quick and reliable touch 1 Can he
be sure that he kitows how muoh to
know; alid kno*A, I .w to not
know tob much ? Does he know
hw to stir up his virtue, and put v
tuheok-roin on his pride ? Can he
outry i gentleman's maners with a
rhailocerdus' hide i dall tie know all
slid do all, and be all, with chetirful
nebse editrage aild vim I If st, we
perhasps, call make an editdr oUt o'
The farmer stoodi ouriottely listen
Ing; whill wondeF his *vlsieri b'b:
spread :and be said :"Jim, I[guess
weil be goin' ; he's probably but ol
A Paris correspondent thuis refers
to the oratorie4 .tyle of the Preel
detit of the new itpublo:
Dlefore boginag and, while dell*.
eFiudg a speech M. Thiefs dfinks I)ur.1
gun-ly as openly as Pitt used td drink
p or . A sip is tiken fromnthe r~d tumb:.
Ser ; then a sip is taken from the white;
then, In due histtoric order; the
blaok.edged handkerobief ismade td 4t1
Its wvork ; finally when all these litt It
tricks of manner have been gond
throdgh; a soultewhat feeble but clear
voice speaks dut eith~ fapid utterzndd
And beautiful articulation: Soon the
votoo.strengthens, until, at timeas
sentence wtll ring through the asatrh'
bly. His gestuifes gf'o* rnludre alima..
ted, epigrama lire shut tdrth like
stone ffd mA estapult, slid toddd
cheers aiid approving latighter stop
the orator now and thlin, 'ondblfi
tirn to take breath, a ne ''sip of iffte,
and a fresh rib of tile hiank'erethief.
EHate is Not AhldYE Sji6e
fto two thlngs differ mnore than lluf
ry and dispatch, flurry is ths. udraft
of a ws~ak tzlid ; despat4It. of a etrong
one. A *eak mpg. (p :o0f00,, lilta1,
eqdiffel, 1( a cage, is.laboring~polpele.
ally;but doio piar~we, and in con,,
(ho spot.; lilke a tfd .tIi he is to
every body'. Pay, bot eslopa, iobddy 4
he talk. a great deals b(t.Aay tota
littl*. 1Ok int# .vorg 6Mes~',.
inf4,us 10o j las *i4, Mp iood
in thEe, taimg fory'tfemi A~e h96
sod with those few that gre he only
burn, his Aingars
.M'egbrs RWlf1rs: It is not sur
-pt-lang that our 0it114.4 p i$ti I'o
buy B suth Carulint U:.d. The
reasons are olk-iwdd t6A all. .lut theto
I 0 many , 'iaf'o' "frA Mortgage
it il Rood Bonda in the State, now
helling at couparatively low pricee.
Among those are the Bonds of the
N >ithea.era .ad bU]J -ttrolin i
Hail Roads. There ar" alio the F .,t
Mirtgauo Bonds of the Charlotte,
Columbia and- 'Augustautil IloAd
Company. The mutgage tinder
Whiuh those bonds are oud, limit<
the, hlnount Per . fiit# ho $10,250.
This ath.>no.per p4ipiof;Jirst Mort.
age Bonds capnot be dJeed ud. Not
more than two niillionhiin'i bb imsAjed
on one hundted and 'in. nve miles
of road, Whiob cost over 5,00.,600.
Tids'far, we leard, that Ps than $1,.
400j000 have been ilbued -in all, or
less tman.$7,000 pef :5 . Tbjs '
Hbw the great echtral r utThri
the 8tite of Sodth barboliin, and, as
I am infortued, has hown large in -
crease in its receipts during the pabt
Inthe ye. rlubsing januatyr-1811,
its not inco e'b E inte
eat and t dhbA th C perceit
on its capitill stbok. This was very
propeHy applied to the improvement
of the property. The gross iricdme of
1871 will exeued that bf 1870.
We learn also that rrangements
have been nilitd t hi oa . for al I
the night mail anid passngor business
of the Wlingtnlu i, LUlumibia and
An gusta 4 .md 104~#6. hoafn
Cb'u1lbi' Tbis wvill -uiake a ltiage
addition to It- ; dreasing buslie.s:
Itiis als. re ported thlit a c.asidbra.
ble portiondr net 664bar rail *ill
soon be subsif.uted for some of it,
mo t wvorn railM, thus itding greatly
to its eapacity and effteiondy. All
these improvemeiont5wil tuad to im
prove the property; add to jitiho ane,
and thus much appilemiadAte bontls.
TheAe bonds innawtle in '05# bdar I
per cent interest, payab!e sensi-annu
ally, and interest has been paid regu
larly upon them a,ine* 1807. They
oun be bought at abbut 81, while
bonds baring the P_94rtq'o( ioter'
eat, issued by the COi-ia and Con.
iral Rail Roads, are telling at. 98 and
100. There is no reason for this wide
difference of value. The C. U. & A.
bonds ought to readily command 90
while the others bring 08. Thl'le
bonds of the Charlotte division of the
road sold at par before the war, and
there is nosufficieat reason why theo-e
bonds should not soon approximate
it. Suah safe investments should be
taken by our people at home, and not
sent to a Nort haalrkk-o find pur
chasers.-Charleston Courier, 24 inst.
The Wife of Ex Governor Reynolds Falal
About 5 o'oleok last evening, as Mr.
John A. Edwards was passing the re
sidence of ex-Gov. Reynolds, No.
1,222 Pine street, he was startled by
ories of "murder" and shrieks for as
sistance. Upon responding to the
beeams and entering the hou.e, he
foaud Mrs Reynolds on t he floor en .
veloped in flames, whih had alre.idy
consumned her clothing, with the ex:
ception of a amali portion of th'
under-gnauments. [be immediately
t'arew a rug over-her and -exainguish
ed the flames, after wvhich he biur, i ;d
out for umedical assistanace. On his~
return wvith a physiciau the lady wams
Insensible. HeIr hands, feet and limbs
were so fearfully burned that the
i-kin was5 gono and the fle.>h was
brauked open, presenating a horrible
appearance. Shte died at 2 o'cl~ock
this morning. Man. Reynolds had
bomplained of feeling unwell for a
day ol- t'vap'aud dotubkls,;feeling
bold, approached theo open grato art
trhich her clothing oaughtm fre. With
the exception of her servant girl thie
was entirely ahdne in the house at the
time.-Mt. Louis, Demnocrat, 2Cth alt
io 41 Ashes for W heat.
A. mubreciber sends us the following
as his ofiperieunce in usinag wood asheo,
vii: that in qulantities of onaly eight
bushiels per unerb; they hiave a marked
efreet thfft'thby'rpish the wheat for
ward abvdral day~s; thus getting it
pflkad Ofithat dritical period. wheil
It is sti apt 1 l ie *tts~ked by rust,
that tiatdy htreniIthen the stemn aid in.
eft'ase Ift IolIdity. Alt of whichI
adid ihuoba : e *e ean.4ardil i
dd~saTuttuh dr in'd
aplhicdilen for all erops andl esp a.
eailly for an orohatd.-nriccn Aig
Infparlst Id Segar ledlers.
li . ptefu a! Refeou lit-edit 6alla,
t9Idkion to h' tact that pitrties pur
eh asinag n-g ats uhd or th i imupresalun
that; tl4y uio -inported by reMRbn uf
having .the indi~ation ouatoms revendoe
htstkj affihed, daff readily 1611 -th&
domsti'ffretie Impof ted b heI
of itported eari
SThe ai$b ia te M adnose
bou Dr'D I "fts f1 fea that
*i,' e dive into aumre unkncn
egion," where he nave an'a efoandA
A Negro Turned White.
Mr. W illiamn Hardin, a well known
gentleniat of this 0it , returned a
Aboit tilt o ago feom a tour thrdugh
A ridAs, atd iola'es, aunoluj' other
thinig, 1i1A lab ota. at B IvalI iultf a
fAll blo.Ald negl-o %ho, telh yeas ago
\as very black Ln-I as now 1'egy whiteI
I'he darkqy bel, nged, during dlave
I me0, to fi*uiro Mann, of that plibe,
and was thought to be the blaokeit
negto ia t It). neighborhood. A lo sust
bit hia pi .the abouldbr s-oue time
during. the flast ytelr of the uiar, and
a 1iii white birol formei at once
irmund the pite. 'his cirolo gradu
slly, extend-edI itrelf, and ihfl.1y icov.
ered the whole botId3, wi.lh the exoep.
tiln of a ethall bl.;tak .-ojt oil the nck
and alkd tjarrow 1otigs hIich gird
around thb eyes. The hegro i at Il1 a
negro in all other respects. The hair.
for instance, is kiuky, the nose flat
find b-oad;.a 4li p ls thick. lii
00Ill buoN,M r. I rkin Lays, is ex
cue-lingly fir and showsi a won
derfit 'hange wroitght, ats it sup.
posed, by the Iit of a looust.
The medioal pt-ofessi en tellA us that
there are re3 irded in the boos one or
two Similar caseu, with t0he exception
that the locust bite hal t.thing to
do with thmin. White ilen,lhey say,
have ailso been known to turn blaik
and look; as regards their Akin, jt..
like negroeb. 'Ihe cauc of the
change is not titantly known, and is a
lquestiun for tcic itifib iti'estigntion.
The Inousts. if found to be so use
fUl; will be iiiported and cultivated
by oiiir colored population till thu
whole couinry is inundAted with
them. The ndgroes wi:l then all
become white people, iad pet haps the
hilte peoplewill all becoie, not no.
lgoe5. but, colured poopile.
lopeecs Laborers for lik l!8e Fields.
The b0oial Iand political revolution
now going on in J.dpan, whioh is paid
to have its origin by the introduction
o Athdiributl idead, ha? Cqmpletely
broken dowli th'd barriers w ii have
etisted in that country for centuries,
and now the ports are open to coal.
tnence and emigF.tiHU.. Th Mika
do AelIdM 3Wing iion ai.d women to
thi country to learn our way of doing
things, and hires urdainbtit Ameiri
cans to go to Japan aiid iitrduce oul
We mu. VsadlV expect; when
our con.reia r1elahtion are n.Ure ex.
tended to that country, thit the &tup.
anese laboreis will find their tay to
Would it not bb policy for u to
encourage them;t) to coifle artidtlg uwi
They are familiar %ith the ultivation
of r:ce, arid thousands up i thousands
of aerus now olmost abdadtnled al ng
our Southern Atlanti'V epist (r'Ihr
then ubundance of labor. --Th0 o&t1/:
A subscriber in Charlestdr, d. J.,
writes an interesting letter grapili.
cilly dec.rihiog the effect produeed
upon the colored peoplo of his negigh
bood by blauk oggs which have betn
laid for two tieasons by a d uok whidh
he keeps. Such an occurenoce as a
black egg nuy, n-iturilly enough,
be ctonbtrued into n,. omen by the
sunpergtitutionus, and is tiuite as~arIoma.
Ions as a wrhite black bird. Hie sas
"The duck is of an oidIioary Eagl.sh
breed, with a white neek-ring and
breas t. She Iu s a bout fifteena eggs,
then dtops 'whib and resumes. The
first egtg of each lay ing is nat black as
ink with whieb y our jo.urnal i p inited
and each suce-osive one is a shade
lighter, um.til a dark slate color i-rolh
e.Tecolor canniot be washed or ruh.
bed off, but can be removed by scrap.
ing with a knife." Our correspond int
a-ks na t-, explain the oocurrence.
We c nu only sany that ini re-ny cases of
dlieoAeration of various atnmsl secre.
tionua, carbon in the pignanit deposited,
aind very likely it is In this iniitande.
The eggs mu'tit be e.mnsldered teb.ormua
jet they imay prodhuce duckliuigs that
are perfectly l-eihby. t 'Is worth
while to raise B'me in order to i 6.d
wh~ther the trait will prove hc-edji
tary, as it wnas .--AricuHl aralist.
The Now York Sunt of Saisr'hy
publishes a aurtli'ug exposure ,,t ti
legod fraude and d filort'ons.
a smunting to n'voral millhion doll r..,
in the stramip dopartmn rm of the I tter
nai R~eaverf te iluracun.~ (Co osaui y
editorially uparn theO atmeen ont, the
Suta is: "The stampa have hi. en
i..nued sand jold, but the money tn
the amount of the m'i$ tng iluit iw,
lbis-not been returned to thie Tr~ea
atry. Thi.. statement Is f.ot: ie. by
a considerale amno.:nt of' ve'.-letce.
and we dre asfred tra t .ha a Is miuch
more rio6 yet prodnod.- O(lt e r e .
pa nderuit alleges that clie tr.-t1 Ihave
been for'ettfe tifde *Ub#d''i, var itns
steadily apd .lfithgrto'ede ult
te lieottiae: l~e~aa yonts
will thitik it bc %"Eg l #th'dant
wlbeaeso tuufatwill ls
you as long as you Iid."
Mr. Hoar aga in ste) out or the line
of hIs arghthent to hy that the "edu
eAted tyran't IN thic So.uth' hald becn
more degraded thati theirslaves by the
former relations that 'exited lh(
tween the races." .
Mr. Critehor of Virginia thus rikos
I will ventitro to offer a cludlenge
to the gentlouman froi a hsachusett,
and I -will-give way to him in my
time to let lim anwor me. A1 venture
to bay that F-nei prrduco from my
owl) little county, the parish of my
residence, an illustration of intolleet
uau1 su1poioIt abd niavef oxellonce
which Ito capu9p p Jlofl r tho hip.tory
of MasPRuaet. ,
Sir, f you wIl go wih me to my
estate yoti will find that the adjoin
Ing estate ii Wakefield, the birth.
plaeo of W ashington; on the other sido
you will find Stratford, the reaidonce
of "Light Iforse Hlurry "of gloriotus ire
volutioaury niemoY't Chanitilly,
which adjoins It, was the residence of
Richard Iloory Leo, the mover of the
Declaration of ludopendenpe aiud the
Cicero of the Amerioan Ruolution.
You will find in that seiine parish the
hom of Charles hdio' V:'hiiirtouz'A
Attorrey Gonel-al; -itd of fihtis
Lightfoot Loo, the -sittier of i the
Deularation (if Independonoo.. There,
too, you will. find the home of Authur
Lee, the accoiili.,led nje,4ortal or of
the treaty of commr a nue-e 01d 1il 1inn11
between this country and France i
1778. Riding in the opposite dire.
tion, you con first, as I sitd, to th
birthplace of Vashing ton. Anctiher
hour's ride will briig you to
the birthplace of Monroe ; anoth,
er hour's ride -t the birthplace
Place of 4adison. .Now, sir, <if you
suippose the pret-o)tgoeoration in Vir.
ginia unworthy of their illustrious an
oestors, it you Mill viit that bstate,
and look through the lofty forests,
you will desory the massive chimneys
of the baronial mansion that .witinesecd
the birth of Robert .E. Lee. Now,
eir, I ask you to find in the wholo
State of Mhspachisetts such illhstrioui
nates as I hate give'n y'ou, bf those
%iho lived-i my little county.
To be just, il0 loss thdu ineroifid
and true, is the first ptecept of Mason.
The sympathieS of the heart, like
Paoulties of the mind, onlarge -and
strengthen by uhe and cultitation.
. Whorever the sea rolls i Mason
1uds hosiitality. Masonry teaches ia
man the l-topef- govdroamehit of him.
The tihother country of a Mason is
tile orId, within the cirole of his
Udmpad is contained evertlihing that
X111l and piolldidney in the first
two degrees are tile odily legitiik-go
redonmendidtions for the honorable
distinctions of theb Master%. dog rc.
Tout-Craft Masonry, R.1yal Arch
ardwuy and Knighthood-a1 mystic
triangle; emblethatfe ot brotherly
love, relief and trtuth "a threoefold
Is not easily broken;.
Row to K1low a Goose.
SMother!i mother !" cried a youiug
t-ook, u8tulning huirfldly from its first
filaht, "P'm so frightened I'Pre soen
*uoh a sight I4
"What sighti my son ?'" abked tho
and running and sttaining their necelu,
sind hold ing their henda ever so high.
See miother, there they go I"
'QGeose my son--puproly geese,"
calmly replied the. parest bird, look
ing dyer the 6o0minon.' "Throughu
life, child; obs~r'vd that whenh you
meet any one who maltes A? great fins<
abofth himself, and tries to life his
head higher than the .rest of the
world, you many set him down at onod
E lngtid Brtstilng.
If the accounts fron Nnglanr1d be
correct, it is no wonuder that, Uttrele
S.,uu is heating up redruite and brash
ing upl his forts. .l'ngland, how-ever,
kbooYs what shte is abo.t, and h~ot
little prepared we aro fur war with
any decent power. It is vpfy late ik.
make the derhand, blit if 0Grant and
tCongrost.4 are wiso"-and they are not
-they will comes into torwos iied "re.
code.".-l',wilhoe p.gotter lbafgain
than a fight
liarking I1% for P'art'dhv.
h~ert it., or any uvineral of thi- theratcet
in hiqythal or oji of eurpentiuj,.tsia thin
fluidi; anid yott will pb~utm n n *u ~o
Diugwer all yodr lirgso.g vig,* to dIty
ri-dckly, ndt spread; andu ti tuair nigs
to be s.tt' indestter ibl: . -
A re oQrter has been i y
Genera ttfijoc* 'un d 1AtV
General as ayung ds 'f611ods' "1 ad
niota desie to hate rdafthinug 4Ansaiy'
upon the subjot,z4hv4 you: cen a stt
that L pv~ ipA yi? 9tbgbfor
iis 9 eete ; ofi~ih cori
by I should, it, "p~ieth t& ti
conslddbred" ndc. a * eanddate,o rather
than to s~pfosf I jSg gtfiloa/,
1A Nod-Folow's.Mor eheus.
Gfirnt and Fhh on a leftilei.
A correspondent of the New York
F'm walt ilg from V aihington unldcr
date of De..ember 20ti. says -
. About 5 ,'clock lt. t evening the
loingers at tho main halliof ArlingtoA
llouse were astonished to se, the
door of the olovator open tind Presi
dont Grant and in ilamion Fish
step out of it arm in urili. The Presil.
dent's face was red as a boiled lob.
ster; and the Secretary of State woro
an exprenzion like that of an owl
which is suddenly brought Into th6
full glare of tlhe daylight. It immae
diately outered the minds of thoso
who wore in the hall at the time, that
th liresident and Secretary had been
enijoying thems'olves pretty freely ini
one of the rooms upstairs.
The (no paid no attention td
anybody, but marched solemnly,
and with a statclv tiend, through thd
itll to the street door, where they
stopped, and (i rant wont through some
motins with his hands, whi ih were
undistinguished in the darknoe--. At
the satne ioment Fish tripped hur
riidly back to the clerk's, desk, and
umbled il the uiatch safe until be
had secured half a dozen matches.
With thee in hi.i hands, and his face
beating all tover with maudling
Imile, bb ?ikifipcd to the door again.
.scratehing a match agaisA the jamib,
and held it obsettuiously until Grant
had lighted a Aigur, which he had in
his mouth. 'h tIo then looked arms
ohco moro aidd meandered into dark
iess. This little incident was ob
Ferved by more than a ddzon men, and
has crented a great deal of talk thi.4
inuiling in certain circles.
Villiai httt, a lano, a sailor od
board of the schooner Louisa (rocket;
bound for ]hlt.inore, was fatally shot;
on the 24th uIt.. near North Island;
by a gun in his own hands. li had
been with the capttaint of the vessel
shomting ducks, and on their return in
putting the glun aboard, w0ith the thob
zlo toward b'imself, ie situck itontlad
side of tho schooner, which enued it
to go off, lodging the cont.ents in hi
thigh near the hip, and completely
orui hing the bane. The next morn
itn t he log was amputated, but; iI thd
course of fifteen hours, he died. Thtld
caps had o1ben taken off the gun, but
sorme of the fulminating pdi~dUr iHust
havo reinhined on the nipple, which
qiuletd it to oxplodo.-Ge0rg-etowA
Wrangle Over a inrderer's Body.
When the body of Gcorge3 Bottq
eteouted in Nowairk for the nurddr
of " H' Ilalstead, reached Whitd
Hall, N. J., thie friends found many
charclim - and tlheir clergymen in
front of the chural. Tiey denied the
utrdefer's body aidinnssidn; and for.'
biade tile burlii inl the grafd that bad
been prepar6d. After muhl wrang'
inag a comproniso was aifected, tile
body buing initerred withi the under
Ataiditig thdit It sImill soon be taked
6l6%dieert!. lBatts's friends will insist
on keepirig the body where it is, and
the cliutei atolk thi eat i to exhumit.
The hFight of the fueliond.
A Watu-hington letter, of TIhursday
to the Baltimaore (hazettc says:
Mitrsaa11 Johnson, of S9outh Carolia
nn, son of lion Rtevairdy Johnson, had
btean re moved from oftice. This Is the
seq~tul of thu fight between the opposa
I ng ftetior.s oIf S.>utth Carolina Riepub.
licas which haans been going on foti
over a year, and in this last movd
Slenator Riwycr is out.done, and the
extremea Radioal wing has succeeded.
Theo Comptroller General of South
Onrohina tsays heo does not know how
munvh motney will be needed to pay thd
interest ont the Stath debt, bdeause bd
does not k dow htow iifng of the Stato
ho,'da are out. If (hero i1 a man
living or dbrid, wiho doeA know, let
hint comb f'dthl find banlighten the
shav'erq of Wall street.-New Yor/d
'e kbarn thmat~ on Thursdgxy nigli6
last, the stable of Cbi t. J. 0. 5.
Browna, liting abolit hi 'i miles from
Nowberry, was act on fire-at leas6 ad
supposed, as no otiaer conolubion aan
beh artived at-and seven valuable
head of hoihos burnat to deathb. Five
of the horsos belonaged to Capt. Brown
and t wo to Dr. Bates.--Netdberrg
M~ond(ay l'tt, being saloday, the
Sh~eriff uold at large qjuantity of land
at figures sohlow as~ to be diuiontage
ing.'()uoA act worbh, it Is said $000,
brought butt $15, an wn, herraotg
tvere 8sold at almtoat uietniale flnres
Tbere seemeodeto .b le a great many
peopjle presernt, arnd we can give nid
rea~br for bcthouchnge In. th. read ew.
tote market'..- Ma ign Creacen?,
er In New Yur idoo fat to get
tZbreegb bis .,door way, and has note
bpos*in the street for several yeare. a.
There Is nothing so dnangerouts ld