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Wednesdlay Morrivp;. Tevb. 26, 1.873.
T1. ROSS UET N,'Aor
wetoxo it r:ie ono.
(Ir C41111111n att'n ul.en III aall F-w Ir
d Ia'ien ll ' fitly principle. thieo.-, r' ,
lii e "' ' ill l at.y J r'i$ Olpnll ... :f i Vicvvy i
01 1- l oiN.s of 10tico lpon lent -
.X'lmetto Orpan Uomliiii.
At th3 last, i tIng oIf th 10 ::I
board of tho Palmetto Orpiian Homw,
C0o11111hia,1 a ITsoluti l l was rh .si r
liest ilg thle 1iuu g L il each
CounImty, V.o I atc e e t 1 he n n h
Buai d Vis re ceie I H .
plctosfor hedm inofchi!
recn froti their r pe t e Coutic-,
- d t, In. t. i as t, thiik 1pit -
1:e T . . 1 b , i 11 1 : 1 -1 m'' itv. 4 r !)f
Thek;se genlenwnwill al-o telse plea
inon y, p ovie s, i h i., etc., thal
lily be0 seint to i e.
'I Lis 11(J,10 t1 f111,161 iui 11
Ths obe h Ni . !11- b l d its
w::y to (he he1 I ; (1' :11 ki dly di,
posed peotiple il th1e State.
N C.Iuly evrcly mall f rom I the 'o% th
bringlp initelligence of the di (!(Vry oY f
Ponte e(w i fra ~iupon ilt poveran nt
by itk llea'; Th ii h ,th
wyhole) admini'trationm, (,m rauit
down to 0ih3 nios1 im i:nitici'lt 1i.v
I nin 11liCer; is n..; of t e 0it tn.
anf1,] inost, eenrupt unch ines that evoer
rilhe11cted any13 counitry .iincc the ee
in11 f tihli wtorld. W 4 iead if' 1e:: 1d
in theu \ W ar )'.1partn i ., tate Do
hi-hin tbore n 1.1 n i Ila't il evl.-V
branh o th govrn~eid Pics ti
Ci isi State of1 tl.i.g tl~ t o tn
: i'.es, wh' i-4 to t fi r all tI i
\'e y car ly te.o ill sv i r.
The! I ren d~aea i. , isr
Ion, atal it I entirly re(sponsible i'o
v') fira:- I earl ltied, by k i ng iin
t111ile ,Iin armyil of 1.nli11! t hi v. s al
suiitollirs, whbo depr-flato ut mn the
puble reeur 1hI'' ickalsi (if a di a l
C 3. 1*11
doe Caw i h a1 bill in
the t ienera : emb.y, fin ing drnn
k(:iL a 1f I et, l e lele'e. lJoe
1-roloses thereby to , hek if' not b1,u(
ti, (1ne of' 111om 1olde1 C iA o f1 tIlt'
11,F1. W htihe r ,1uch legi.-lationl "s hei
e nie .i. tes w~t~ ill 1.:a thO de.'irt-I
I ltit ISIi a qu .'( 1 dit licult to aiiswe'
~d (.:e 'i u ui ich' w0 have glreaC t
Iiou lilt T:.e gi'taVf li) o fim o iit'e
inal tiih:.t i11mt ingO peit.iv andll .
i:.h2, .d :3.on' ii-! [dlnfi o check av 1
I r d y fl nd wh~i:.ii' bh.red o.
th lea'th depf~ths'of ii r andi 21. uf-1
i ill 1n 0 e 3le, lii i1 0 i' II') ri lost h e0 '
fdinenti t' sit It) tho taw. If 0,\lr.
P e ., i: j. aly ibeti'met a b w
ft to plit wil1i1il nd n te 1
pry1 .t lin g II l ,W or thei fla t -
of iserice iji ed y t31ajlg I iM i. i ri ll,~
o)ft f. . Li .i :it ' e int' I li i'es r upp ie.e
ofi the~ 'p-car lb l Kn i bi x Klant t has1111
clit iedg ltr co i0.ile x-om' i.f a m11
lhi for wh:Aver, ty h it: j osti3' ( , W il
it at' h e .s Ii t t: '3 e m.'nt til
sit.! 1 thoee l'. fO Of'\l.; hiv, a:o toi b
theilr l~kr. leud n tdyuup
at leas1?t we10 h.av dudge11 So-kty'
wor fr iti ind tea of' .tbit fre
twfrded, deto".r erv e t ft nrt ovarling
f~itnt'us propoiti on th otk 1,0i'00i
to chantage llis mind, and defer his
t o;oted Southern tour, on the plea
)f "a due considerativn of the re
juirements of the public busines."
Wo deeply regret that out PresidIent
as beci fo-eed to ehange his mind
We wantcl him t see tle practical
6vorkiaag fI tie reconstructod govern
menuts .in our sunny lar..d. We want.
ed him o to .oo the eifeet of the p'un
dea'r ). soveieign States by an unscru
pIlIus party. We wanted him to
r eoive the igratd- ovation contempla
te.I by the 'iiield 1Ad uff o.f Na
Lioai G uati of Suthia Cirolitna.
Th-, C.rolinian puts .it tereely and
pmointedly inl tile following lines :
"Aud so, we are not, to have the
'resid-lenit with u1s, after all. Not
withd-tinling the %vdll authenticated
rnmor thatl he would com ; notwith
stanldinag the oft told tale thA..t Le
w'aiac:I to come ; notwithtanding
the aamottzt of good that might have
re-ulted to (lie Soatl, if ho had come
-'we now told by tho telegraph
that he wolat' come. And the re
quiltiacnlta of the publie busilonS in
hi, excuse !In ! all tihat we cnn con.
CCi v (! tf i l'i tesid et nt's duty, th1ero it
nitlith' inl uur view so impoatiltita as
to i e tiat th o laws are faithfully ex-.
ecuted, ianad that every citiz.n, what
evor Iis cIlilition, erjoy all the
I igIit, paivileges and imminaunities be
fore the law. H ad the Proident
e;1i4 South with a sinacero purpose to
tudy our con(ition--to beo for him
M:If the corruption and rottenness ini
ailtrt every t.li..ial poasition in the
Sth---to lcarni how neeussary for the
building tp of waste placea and the
le velopmillent of our resources, is A
canatage-tihorotgh and completo-in
tle n0iititule of the Feeral Govern
ttnt towat1 aour rrection-g-olfe , nay,
inul 1ool night It ive resulted.
"But those who are oppresiig the
Sout h, wlo atr gron ing rich by oficial
coerrupt ion, io tot desiro a visit from
he l're:-id'nt, for if he is tho h.,n
esi antad faithurl voleie r they so loudily
an rd to persistemly proelaim him to
be, a vi. it of inpeet ion by him woulId
i-l.i'! he a death knell to their hopes
to, i ber plu ider. We cannot, how
ever, t off the thought that this
recO.-tlratioln (if li ittention by
(the 're.ti tle.l visi th V it e Soiti, han
been ini daewed by tlhose who have
every'.b!; to ue1i land niotlhilng to
gain b : .h 6a s i llOw easy to
reach iii ear by the cabinct offtier, or
by tle langers-on at tie Wilite
tion r, andtai hov. Casy to plead tle re.
quiroments of piblie lusiani-ss P'P
ilt'lillistellres of P'u1blic 1lri.
[ n 1:.*(:ov!-uNOt n. F. ri'EnY ]
Mr. /:/ior : The following ktrtt hb
of one ilf the nole Sota i Caroliiiians
of thle l ast genermationx, by onae of the
few nadbie South! Carol inians that are
yet left, will doubtleas interest maiany
of yotur readers. Ini thlis d ay of cor
rn 1it Ju-I~ es atnd L iW wers, it is pht astat
a a) p rofIit(able tao polnder the eba aractecr
of an hotnest laiv3 er 1like Cheeve8.
.A itee (a.Cevs wias, inca ellectually,
one oif thie gre iast ment Amotr rt htias
ever liilteed, and at purer strteasmnt
li~nva Iim. ile was the cal league
ofi 31r. (' alhaun it Congarees dlurmg
thre war with Gremat Britain iln 181),
11e wasn at erie tin11e Speraker of lhe
lII nsae of' Repriesentat ives of' the..
I ' ad S(:taes, andt afterwards Pre'si
'ieat of the Unliit ed States Bran k. 'IThe
i dnn asa oo tokig, ttoutt ald
get~'emn whn Ihad he learsuare
af' tir'a seing,. him, after his return
fratm l'hnihna alphiaa to South (Caroliaa
ini lx'9.. Ele had a very fine, large
hiead, notl to. havo the large., theadl of
any pubbile lnta ini Amterica. Ili-,
foeh:a'! hisroadl anad his face fuill,
indihi.tiv' if aone whoi wais a gcood
IIi-var. Thea'' ~re wa Il nake conal a st
ltI awen hi it app~aancitte nand thla oif
ae. t a boannl. Thre litter was trall
n:dmenderah-, K.:a a high a lia-row fire.
hre."I,.tnh noa riueaai:ioily~ bang he.'ad.
Ilii.e i'was pdel ad thnir., show
ing! ii anrah~te:nji't ian whilst J t-'he
'ti a've.-'' tae wa s ias read as the aet
ting :Nan. Mir. (Cailhoata's eyes were
brailflnata an d~ziijug, stanareeda witha
genaius w hailst these' of J1 ugo C'heeve~s
w~ ee itdate anad thoughtful. I was~
S t iing !y ilalenpeale with is grerat
t:ale'itsr, ablity, f'ranakneass anrd ira aut.
I Ialit y whena I amet him illn 13 .
Sritting ::t ~tsu par table one eveni
ing, aaeratl Thomrps. nu, whoi ~u as theta
hhtter'V ly appsedt to Ileniry (Clay, r.
maaarked'i that tlay was aL vinda iitive
manl, ad ratel spijoka well of his op.
liaoteat, dna)tdge Clheev es, rep hl i d
t hat hie hrael with (Clay aevralmi
mthiaie!., atad tnever heard him say
a han nfuli word of iay one(, andi Ithat
he thougtthrt him remnarkati~ly eiretnm.
specait anad genecraius in t hat resprect.
Gena. ItaTmpson reatarked Ithat Claty
hiad nio adoaut chiged a goodl denal itn
lisa f'eelinag aind ebiaraeter since0 the
J ug.' knew haima ; thaat lie was cowedl
anad emtxateread nagainust the world in
conlsequenc o~'a~(f thei itause which hadI
beeni destervedlly hecaperd uipolanhi.
"'No sir."' sa id Jutdge Chaeoves, with
sat lei feelini g, I t hought.; "'give Lthe
dear il I- ir due. Clay dese3trves n
k intlnl( s fro'arn Souithlernt taman ; but
lie is anot a d -ected man, nor does he
feel hiiaf .:isgrtaced by anything'
that has happened"a Thi Wa in al-.
fusion to the coalition between clay
Judge Cheeves mentioned his first
,interview with eneral Jackson,
which was in Philadelphia. Jackson
was seated ntthe dinner table to tiuo
right of the Judge. They in couver'
r-ation, and his counAteoanoe Was re
rnarkably mild and pleabant. The
name s f iome one was mentioned with
whom Jackson had reeemly had an
alteretion. He turn-d his read
from the Judge to see who had mno.
tioned the hateful name. "When
he leooked again at me," said the
Judge, "his whole coutilenniee-i had
suddenly changed, and his face look
ed like it thunter cloud. Never be
fore had I witriw.'ed Po wonderftil a
change in the human countenance.''
Judge Cheeves wafs a great etudent
and most labormnos man whitt at -t-e
bar. No lawyer at -the 8.,ith C-troli
na liar ever had such a prautoe be
fore or since. I heard him once say
thr.t it yielded him t-rcn'y thou.and
dollars per antm:n. 11; stid ho oe
gan to throw oil' his basiness long be
loro he was evuted to Coigress.
Then he transferred the whole of i:
to General Robert Y. laynle, - who
had read law with himt, and hasd just
been admitted to the bar,
Judge liuger, who was a gr, at a,!
mirer of Judge Chteeves and st ongl,
attached to him as a frier.d, told me
in 1828 that his (Cheeve..) father was
a not'ted Seitch Tory and Itidian
tradcr -in Abbevillo Distriet, S. C.,
during the Revoltiionary war. lie
moved front A bLeville, where Judge
Cheeves wias born, to Charle.,ton,
after the cptnite (f that ei'y by the
Brit ish. Ile kept a little sbop on
Sullivan's I'laned at'l afterwattds in
Eliott street. ''he atdge was a la
in his father's store, with very little
educa-io, at-nd passinig the Court
Ildase one day lie was attraeted by
the clear, stentor:an voice of Chancel
lor MarIial, wi was arguing a case
in coirt. 14e sitopped and li.stened
to the speech, and determinaed to be
cotne a lawyer hiiself. The next
d ay he went to M ar'Aina " oftice, told
ihun11 who he wa-, aned asked perria
sion to read law with hiin. I. jr many
years alter lism admiis-sio- to the bar
his practice was very limited, Ile
had too nuch honesty, said Judge
li tger to manage a bad cuse -i and
the expression was a coimton one it,
Chat leston, "if 3 ou have n good ecse,
employ Cheeves, but if you h:tve u
bad one go to Drayton. ' No one
Imkust infer from thi,, however, that
Colonel Drayton was not a gentle mtn
of the highest honor and p arobt lnteg
rity. In this te ieCt he hal no bupe
At the time I hatd tiis conversatiit
with Judge Hluger, Judge (.'ce'oe,
was residing in Peinsyh ania., where
he had inoved alter his 0 eution t
the l'residenc. (ftle old United Sta a.
it nk. J ailge II ig.-r then expre-set
the wi-h that Cheeve-s might 'vet 1i
elected Pteside it of the l i.ite
States. "What. a b-untifil illu-tra
Lion it would be" iei Ju ige IIaer
"(of thle theory Of Outr gee verm,:1, (.
gee auch a Inun, risivg fron in ')vc a I
anld ob-senrity, Wi~hout. evinlat 11 -..1
the patrunage and ii. 1eneo of a fai,
ly or friends, to the hig esv.r. ofii,
withint the gift of the pcsp:e by hI
gre-it tah ntts., iighI and itoble qutali im
and perA'vering inidnit try tend eneergy.
Juehdge liuger spoke of Cheeves an
the most self-willed notin lie evet
kniew. lie relied ren lie jlidgmenit of
tno one, and was. inefle'oned hby no one'
opmnions wheire thie~y were contr try :o
his own. Butt not withs anfi bg thlei:
lie was as sensit ive ats n Kon~ian to the
crit icisnms of the werhad. ie was~ tet
ribly annoyed wi t P tlresiriett fI :!e
batik by the comiaiini. -i choyt.
made aigainst hem. [10 tele-rmei:ted
to p:iy no dividen'u.i- to th.- -,to i.hteld
ers till the fi.a'..e, of' the. bank
were ini better teimtion~tt. Teie were
hundreltes depenCtdeit Otn their divi.
d ends for thei(r suipport. Thle claiinor
atgaintst himt becamte furiouA, but he3
knew the saivatlitn <f tho batik de.
penid on the eaurso hC was pa.su
ing ; antd w hi lt hto felt dee ply the
ensure of the p ople aon-l the preset
he could nott be diriven from hi: peur
Whiltit Judge Cheeves had all 01
this sentsitiv'enes' to abuse antd de,
straction. lhe hlied none otf that
false shamite wich we teoo oftent mieet
w'ithI ittn lio. As evidence of this,
Judge holler tol.l mt he tee hieard
eJudige Cheteves~ spe*~k, w ith chii-l.ike
.aimiptie'ity of his beinig a htitred day3
labo;t'er to plIow whti lst a boy. F'or
mnany years aifter his admiissiotn to the
batr, lie was very duflident about
writ intg any't h ig for pitbliicat ie ei in
cneuenc(e of his d eti ive edutca.
tin. T.ie first article ever writtetn
b'y him foI' r thle press wtas an ohiltuasry
notice of' the lieve'rened Mr. luist, of
Chairlestont, whleich ha~s beetn r ecentlIy
re p ublished Ott cnn'tert of lhe suct
and1( the writer. tJudlge Chet'v.es wrote
remnark ably well. lit the l.tter peant
of Ihis s lihi1 style was glowing
anid rhaopsodical. Jis speeoch at the
Natshvi lie cnvent iont, ons the Amteri
cert Union, Wa like a tranisla ted
poem. It was wrnitten out andi~ reatd
to ite eenventiion. Judge Cheeves
wats a very decided disuntionisat, but
utterly opposed to null ilieation and
se'cession~ by onie State. li10 had too
mu tcht wisdomt, gonod senise anmd pract i
tical knotwledge of thte world to adopt
any such folly as thtat, In the days
of nullification, disunionist as lie
was, he act .d with the Union party in
opposinig nullification. In the days
of secession he acted with the oo.op
oration party in South Carolitna, and
spoke most wisely and feelingly of
the hopeless folly of separate State
actioni. lie wats in favor of a South,
ernt convention to detertmino as to the
mtode and tmeasutre of redrness on the
part of the Southern States.
I met Jndlno Chiaovos at Ste......'.
",A&I, in Charlestoun, in 1836, when
Is took veoSion to speak of the vas
bulage of the South to the North, ard
she great prosperity whib *ould How
into the Southern seapons if the Fed.
eral Union were diesnlved. Atter
finishing his lecture lie picked up
his ol.'nk aid throwing it aroaud imb,
aenid, "it does not become sine, how.
ever to express such sentiment, to
you," aundl left the room. The Judge
was welt acquainted with my ardent
love tird devotion to the Union at
that time, and felt assured that noth.
ing he could imy *uld obange my
wull iettled evilOtions on thtt suib
ject. The vamne evening ie apoke to me
iabout the banges whiub had takevn
place inl Charlestnn sinon be iv:04 a ladl
I.m his father's -tare in .R li.,tt swrtet.
:to s.n addre.,s whch I oum-e delivered
before thesErnkiu tellege, I tnmat inn -
'ed the gieIt 'omI givenl tu the counstry
by Abbeville D -riet. I niaui.ed ftour
-Calbo ino, Cheeves Mel),flio aRod
Pdtigrow-any one of whou I satid,
would have characterized an era or a
nat0ion. In return for a copy of this
adire-w, Jutdge Cheeveo wrote se a
kind letter and thauked ne for my
kitl notie-t of him.
Like Ilugh S. Legar, J'ir'lge
with 'Cheeve-is si, d tohalvo assoeinted
very few persont whikt a sober of
the South Ctrolina Legislature. lie
geierally walked to thq Sta te Iouse
alonle, and returned alone. Whilht in
his room lie was too much absor.ed
with! business to see uompany. In
Congress ho and Clay, Calhoun,
L-.uwndes, and Bibb, of Kovntucky,
nested toge her. It was called the
ewar mess." What a biight constel
lation they were of Aurerie -n genius,
eloquence and ability I When they
heard of.our first hard victory they
were so much elated, 8.1d Judge
Cheeves, that, like slchool boys they
sprang ip, and iu the excess of their
j->y danced a four-haided reel I On
the bench Jndge Cheeveas wis distin
gui'hod for his learinag and ability,
and it i.4 to be regretted that he re
signed his steat the're for the Presiden
cy of the Unilted States Bank. Ili;
great intellectual endowments wouldJ
have added lustre to the Soeth Caro
lina judiciary, and rendered the do
cidous of the court of the highebt au
thority rill over the Union,
In the latter part of his life he be,
cane self-indulgent and inert. Il
seeined to withdraw fromi ecciety ant
the world. His noble intelleet lie
came impaired by ago. In co'nclusion
I will May that South Curlitina ieve
produced an abler, purer, or sor1
Queer and fast ir ist Iundred Year,
About a century ago, says the Lo
don Athenairm, itgvas no uin-comno
practice on the part of "fa-t n.en" t
drink bumpers to tme b(ait.h f I
lady out of bee shoe. The E-arl o
Cosrk, irn l nt au-ing paper iii the
(jonnoi-seur, relat-sa an inc-ident o1
t his hi id 'i te carry iba comnpli.
imie4: sill furthe', ho state. that the
1,, wai.s ordered to be dre.-sed anoid
t be ved ny for aippter, iT
Cs - ri ;sily set hims-elf to woa:l
po it -; hIi pllerl tl.e upper pari
(whOich was of fiae da.Ri.l . into fill<
li ted.. ai-d tossed thien its a raigout
mi i.l-i the soles,4 Cut theO woodeni hie
il nt lices, fried therm ini butter, ani
p ;lsced them. tond the di-h for gas
ai-h.'s T ecomipany te'sti fled theil
affeec'ion b'r the young lady by eat
is.g l-estrily of this exquioite 1w
A tour ist namned iAliller w--.s dro-vn
elnear P..latkaF, 2 laist werk ha
Th'!ree dtenth, by dIr',nuine t tV..Vi.
nlah insi XW<-eks. A e:' .r.i deck
h~don tire river stecamehr wa-,th
A u A' la'ita anr nram ih.n I.me jumi~p
ed from a seconid .tou waid.,w o'
lsrowvn's I iotel, in Al .eoni, uns Tuse.--a
Have all the rrembers of ste For.
da lieginlature who hlcd Fenderal offi.
cers resigned t if' so. is there still a
qunorumt sm that body ?
W rilliams (Cllen Btyryat, Eq ,anid
famri'y left Slavanriab Wecdneedns
silton 5oon on the steanier C'ity Point
for Florida, where they wil' C pend
Mieninigitis, or spotted fever, pro.
vails at a f..arful rate in many places
ut the 8Suth. At M'ontg'omeroy,
Alahomua, there are fifty deaths a
we. k frontit, and sat Little Rock, A r.
kasnsaa,it is fr nmore terrible ande fatal
thans smiall-pox. P'ersonas die ins
t wenty four hours, and few Cures are
Proposedi Conrcention of Lnborir~g $1tu.
It is stated in a special from
Washbington that preparations are in,
psrogress to orgaize a mass co' von
tiona of the executive commsiittees of
the National Labor Congress through
out the country, and those mom.*
bers of ongress interested ins thse
subject of laboer. The eonvention, it
is thought, will gather snome 300 rep.
resetntativru of the couneil under this
eall, anid itis proposed then to discuss
the quesition of labor, and its relation
to the National Glovernmnent, and
what legislation should be eniaeted to
advane thne interests and directly
beneofit the entire laboring masses.
The fear Shearer boys, rieently
pardoned cutof the Albany pe'niten
tiary, reaclhed here on Sunsda morn
ing last, awl passed on to thei~ homie
irn York on Monday afternoon. Their
confinemnent has told fearfully on
their heaulti. It will be many weeks
before they will be sufloiently re.
erulted in strength to resumce labor
on their farms- Ch ..e Rmomt0
Testimony liefore the Mayors Court.
Syte Sitiglotown was arrested for
steating u duck frou Mr. Juies. t in
bein ordered to make his itteiment
in r,:gard to it, replict. "I was w-k.
ing cross de old field b Mr. J onet
houie, and de duck come at ie and
try to bite me, sal. Den I jump
back utad say, Ahoo, shoo, to sar dc
duck ffe, but be duck come on, -.lid I
tought to maeck um levo me i,.e, and
I knock do duck on do hod wid my
tiak, rasa I Den do duck full downia,
but i siawed he wa;u t dead, und lt
kept biten at me, so 1 teek my knfv
and vut he ta at, oause I tought i.e
ho goild to pat, b.sb do bboIl] I nn oat.
D.-n I put umn in mly bag, caluse I
t Ight . 01o dog eat, iu it i- In.y dar,
-80 I iaaR I humte, ul w.a goin' t, k.1
-till till .1 1. if lies nml.C fair 1111. i
do poli e :anv-i lit- 'hlul ti .t t il,
amif ty, y, you kill ait a - i t. IH i';
dn ducik liJ t i#, ; lit. u ahi it it It
lick, to~tmek um toj, and t .xt~cm.
ly kill tin, but I wtil pa., for 1n11.
Do polioo iny I v' IO, anood Us(et k ll c '.an.
to do guard husa ahi. Di ats de trufl
blah. I n1o alint he duck, sah. I
dou't lke 'uvk ; duck t. o loe fair (ite,
oab. Dat tall I k owv 'btnt. it
\fter lie alid mtole the iabove s'ate
mont, the Ma.yor N ii a~ nice.1 im, tc
$10 il.e, ori work tenl days,which 8)(1
thought W1.8 too had, "to nek oniu
wuck cau:-o lie 'fend hes..lf."-(ol
A Dukghman's Trick.
' hile a Duolhman wam panilf
through a city, in Verimont, a yan
kee caamle up to him, and said :
"Shon, it you treat to cider, I will
lenrn yuu a triuk."
Shou vigreed. Yan~k then phI'eed
bis hania agaiiint a Ncae, and tull hi.,
to atrike it an hard its lao conit
8bon, uot thinking tally iarm coildt
befall him by doing ,o tra'h a blatick
smith's blow, but i sa(t'ead .t'..ij.ttita
Yank's hand, the 1lIttar j.an&agt il
away, poor Shi stiuck the fetno,,
board knocking it off.
"Mein Gott il limnmel !" Crici
Sho. *. 'What you mi 'kes toali,h
I kuoek mine hland off c!esin up t
the elbow ! Oh, aukcr hItz I na
poor frau, what will ;he iay "
Po->r Shun was boumind to have ro
venge ; so, one day, as la was panin
thrmugh a fi, Id le e-pied a mi
Guinig up to hianbhe said :
"\lyntheer, I sa.aw you one littb'
trick fur naediij.k."'
A thetri wa.s n. fenco or trie
nea.,? Shiou plt hi6 hanhd algAinst 11:
- mouti., an1d h'i4 :
"b.'t - Ike yatstas har.IQ as 1 ou can."
Mytthoer aruc, an Su',osplh
away hi - lauid, ati receaivd tb
blow on hi., mouth, land was kn'acke
I dowil. Siuaa j-ap1ped up, Lis 111a1mi
bleeding, aud ommeced dancia
l with pain.
"Sheruaalim a thoan ..-)ml t
duke dis g.ouatry 1 1 goes bik t
The Double Posalge Exatction AbaitiidO
The Wtiung!on o ,rre potidet. o
the New Yrk Jount-al of ('-cmme Olre,
ir.g subI itite'd to tihe A ttora.- G ;eie
fully prepaaid 'l. chatrge .1 att th llie i
of dutivery with doublehl the ala ti.-e
posIti1' age or only v t~*ihe Gu.lanc e n
prepid,"' tiho AttaoneyGtineral b
after a full cion'iderationa of tt he difie
ent sections of the1 "Adt to rei-c
conaeolidate and amauend athe ittatuas'a
relating to the Pot ti llice De p arit menit
givca is opinlion t hat lettes aa- ntiful
parepaid at. the ilme of miniling: shonii
uot hle charged wthl dIoull a f i*a-a
prepaid. Immaedaliately uponi the a'
ceipt of lte aipinion, the Po-~ im s-e
Geaerait giv'e dhirecttionsat th.oi i
abo~t I.part Ii ernlt hoLa'. d r .a
liater dIip'la -lhes tamta p . 11:-l.
SItai the rev.dutioa of 1'Tu.. ar y
thec mout extraordinsi.r) ao Ibe 'anwim
iii the iatiali of that r'einarkule counia
try anid people. TIiec ajppearar-e o
d igtiity, genaera un11anfimhiy, land ab ova
all, tof perfect order, withI wi l a
the enti re piroceedi-igs attendingtt th<)
inauguirat ioan of theo prosi inal He
public were conductedi are c.denIta edI i
to leave the imnpression that Spai:
is muchle betther pa ip-are for self Iov)
ernmtent thiian maost1 peOaplei suppjoseud
- New Y1ork ime..
A Faithflil Dog.
The Nashua (N. II.) T1elegrapha re
lates that not long Iiance a New founad
'and dog behatgiaag to) a fttamily wat
left for a few tIaautes in a rooma ii ill
an oipen gratre, in ioh iwas uai il
just old enautihI to creep. 'Thea child
crept towardl the fire, anad thle dog
wvho nap parenatly3 sawi a ado uderstoo
Lith dalger, at onIcea'1idt down he at weer
the child and thae fire, aand rejimaie
thero uint il the mnother camiae 1o athe
roe eue. TUhe hiir was buirnled fromt
the dog's side, and his body was blis
tered, andt yet, naoble dog that he was
heo did not budge.
Since the pasage of tho divoretc
law in this Stabe,Sumater couiples arc
gradually looaeninlg theiir airitatl
IFears ar'e enitertainaed that file stock1
owners of Society liill, on theo Pee
Dee, are healvy loosers by the reocent
A youth of seiventtnen was, married
to a woman of fifty, at 1 gidad, Ken-1
tucky, r ecently,
IThe Cincinnatti Ind0u.,trial Cornmis.
stoners haav- organized their aconun mait.
tees. Thea exhiibitioni opens1 Sept. 4,.
When people make an oynter bed
do they use a .eawee .matt.- o
Loxnl)x, 1binary 23.-The Timesi
hi.s ad vietA of agi'nti oni agaimnt the
republic in the Iberian Penir.,nla.
Porti gal i, a lting, in a1n1tici pit i.'.n of
a1 CiVi! ColillnIIl o llo . The vie-w.4 of the
Federalist-s ato everywtheri in tI.e
LoNON. Fbruitiy 22 --.\l d-id ild
vieo s ejo 1t thit the (arli,is ar vni .
ing strength n% ith e liioinsl' a 1 'ite
luua ard other cities.
Iv s 111,1ms.
(..uny. brui y 2(-. -- * re :
Dowt.0e 0, Wv\rkm this nu ..
0, tar i t.
1) 9on- the. Iutildin h nhiea it is How
MoWi~o.mF.vY -Unary 34 --The
ein till ,--oitinutis ; th-e river is im
iencely high and thir are fars Of en
WV A:-: I 'oNG, b. 20.-heio fo
lowing (Geini.1al orders have jn -t be3rn
promulgated frn heuCqn'tart.r cf
the a rim :
The 7th U(ai-ed Statei cnvalry is
herebyr transferred frein the I"epart.
mnct .f the South to the Department
of D..hit. The detachim.ts (iS
thle re-gimtents in Kfentuckv. Tennes
see, NI issimippi a1iud A 1.a6inm!I, mill
mnar'c'h to Louiville, Kentucky, or
Me i, Tent.vo'te, to take srnam
boats at i pr.-eted by river trdnwporta
t.ioni to Fot t l.!l, D.kota Terri
totry a det 1c m o. in iortih
C'arolina arF.4 mt Car-dlna will beC.
tranip .I'teI by r.il to MermpLim, anid
then (embhirik inl like nauiiner for Fort
T'.dall. Thd movement will begin
by tie first of March.
\\ASniNO'rON, Febiu--ry '22-Do.
me tie .\Niscu:ny--The mi: I part of
I'eterabing, Cla, ion Cou'nty, Pa., is
burned. The opera hone, three
hotelk, pos, offlc- adti tele'graph offife
were buorned. The Indian chief Sit
ting Htull was hilled at Fort Peck
Monntain, b1y a b-.If brced into-rpre
ter. The Presidernt's residecte, six
!Tilt's Ironi S!. Im':1 was burneil ; n
inisurancee. 'Flie 51,mouri 11mvte hit!
paswd ia resolution exoneratinig Bogy
frm 1ribery in the sienatorial eluc
t i'n e 9Itepi.
S F.1 'ign M;sch iy - Poo de
Broulie 1-2l22 :1.e r ej i t ,.f the ComIII.
itc of Tnirty t the A-'emb.
Tilt e) t.s itationl projec. tin tie
resps'ibility of' the M niC terJ waS
taged Thiers was hirily l..nil.
A svco!i ehati.ier wa:, 9 ir: ly lug.
ed. Tho chamber con.' iders the re
p-ut next Thuriay.
It is asser'ed th..t thr-'e U--moera.ts
and Two lPepublican's Of the Jud3i.
Ciary Coniittee ftvor a repoi t im
peuching t'nl..x. Tiom con titute .
1njIrity of fhe (nuni tictee.
S In the lu, indry civil a pro
priation is: passed The river :u.d
- harbor 1 iN ws taken;t up. It r'o:
WAOi i, Allkantas a ..d Mis-ho.inI
00; i.si.ippi P- i, b .
ween t nunths~i tf 'te N.i--c'ui
e 1Oi,$00.000 ; )hi., )L v.:r
b('i.i00% ;'iI i be 1:0 Iiivet
2 TbciiL Juiiry Connnitee is i
sesi ion, raingteipecmn
sha Pack~ d istic ttrnyBuk
wihaebfr hocunte o
TIhe Senat icaskd Comminittee of i
sC~onrgrdne ngos ildsrbtn
the (eneva Alabamauz climrs award,
Tihe Senate meets at 11, and1 recess
from 5 to 7. lThe Senate wdi cont
ride:r Louiiisiania mnatter's on TJuiesdlay.
.J. B. Stewart, fuormerly of K~eni
tcky, hast been 'on fined idi uinwhole
somte quar te'ru in the Capitol, for re
fusalI to anwer qjucrtions on thle
('red it Mo b ilier' comit itee aff'ectinrg
his clients, where he will stick till the
4th of' Mar'ch.
Dick Yailes, of Illinois, hias b)00n
appiiint ~d ('ve-'ruiinm .Director' of the
Uniiion Pacifie lijilrotad.
antd clear 0or partly cloudy wea2t her
in the South Atlantic and Middleb
Ntiv Yonxt, Fetornatry 22.-Nearly
all b t.inetss plaeos are closed. 'The
forts fired sau tes.
No market reports from Now York
CNplure- of a Saw Dust, Swind'ler,
Wmi. HI. JHirk', alias Gleo. Mooro
house, is engaged iln the 'saw dust"
Itwindinig bus.iness at No. 34 .\miity
stroot , and sent one of i i i citlars
birough the niiil, whlich circular camei
into posmeion oif Onpta in Loary, of ~
the 'J'wenty-mith Prooinet, who
deputed Oflicer Frano.s O'Roeurke to
work up the case. "Moorehouse,"
off'eredh $l,400~t in counterfeit money r
for $10Q in good( monelty. Moorehouso
is now in Ludlow jail, in default of ~
Vidli11u, SFpPF edfl
'I 9'i9i~flhiitt9~ 'II it s W91 1 1 i i l (Aill'U.1i
ONE DOt I AR BOTTLES.
1. ~ a , $ LOWpe
uv l'uwdevs (1.rico n'i befo.rte $ U'
ra', r CAtfU'T .'~j
1Bu3 no Powd ~ers. of- I'repaivt Si in oon -'
.1vvr Reiguii :11 in'or ii .-s ill our un grnaveI
Irai~per. Witlli 'I'la eli ik. ' iip 311141 Sig- __
L1(ilCt l iibrutten. i'oino olb1'r is geni e.
f. 1. 1.E1 . .
SO 1.) BlY A1.!, DPIU.'6(US1S.
DI S ' ISO 1111 P N.
Vo!o 10, jIc-73. J. N I cIN 1* ' ItUE.
f 1rov is 1n 1 Gril.)' v. k? Ir isi 9 c CAm) 1
,i'lifigw ill )"I of'
j,90 Bualholb wi~~s'hil e 'or'n,
3.10 '' W hic anid I "ick O0t p,
25 B-dem9 Nor-hurn Uavy.
60 1 Nortii (' ',ifr 11 V.
60 Bo-,'"9I l.i's H'9oC, (oiiioh '.,i 111k
amd Btik 1111. 1"14(61 S hounlerit,
2 5 Barrel. Weplet ci Flour,
I7- S-icki N0ut i Ca:rol ina lonr,
11 ' 1114lA Gvrtil''J
10 ., Sric! .~iTno~ u