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VOL VIII. WINNSBOR. S. C., WE)NESDAY MORNING JUNE 18 1873- 1NO 52
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[From lie Neomho (Wiscotinsin) Journal.
In KlaaIth, whenl ho sun was low,
The lava ilods held Mr. Lo,
Who flared to light, an.-] wouldn't go
For all the peace conIission'ors.
tfn frnilh, It was a 'hallait sight,
To see itheec (hto mntid men of mniglit,
Wit gins and ca imons, diny and night,
Fight fifty dirty Indians.
For overyfoot ofiya-bed
They threw a pound of Itii nEg lead,
A Con for every Moeloc ilea , .
lit trco weeks roaring battery.
Fire, Gillem, gtal.hy cann's Vve,
Ifill Scar-faoett Charley in his cave
Anid Captain Jack shall find a gravo,
with all his bloody chivalry.
We'll bless you whon you've killed thei
Th men and wonien, great nil sVMMIl
Ani' not h inbe is loft to atitiall
Its hatred of our victory.
For this is freedoni's chosen land,
The heriago of all that's grAnd,
And lie nilleninn,'s 1030 at. hanid,
with a few more scalps for inctlury.
Klrailgo Stories uII ('ll llcetiout With
P'r08 iln11 tiranllt.
T he country will hear, with stir
Jirise alnd pait, that a serious move
imeint is oi foot to prepare materials
f.,r the imlpeachitent of the P"resident
of the United States. It is Allege'd
by the promoters ct' this uob political
venturo that Presidcnt Grant's habits
aro tich that the niation cannot afford
to have him continuo as its Chief
Magistrate any longer. There has
always been a susjpicion that his
thirst for stimulants was ossiv
ilnd beyond. the 'ontrol of his will,
and isinow known that by the influ
once ;,especially of his wife, be has
kept a much as possible from tempta.
tion ; and that when he yieifded to the
neductions of the cup, the family, by
judioious restraints and reticoncos,
have been enabled to save tle hMtion
ilch scandal. It is now alleged tha.
the miserablo propensity which com
polled the resignation of Capt. Grant
from the airmy in former times ha-j
agiin obtained such a mastery over
his disposition th-At for abont two
thirds of his tiime he is under the in
flueiico of drink ; and that the public
business suffers lamentably on 'h.is
very account. Now this may bo all
hearsay and personal scandal ; but I
ban assure you that It in dreditod in
more quarters than tho publio is
atware of ; and that the movement i's a
serioius one, looking to his disposition
from the high office ho now filig. It
is to be regretted, certainly. Presi
dent Grant has shown such high quali.
ties in the discharge of his duties; he
has displayed such a remarkable per.
ceptiou of the temper of the Aineri
inan people ; his administratioii liis
been, on the whole, so t4vantagcous
to the country, that there is every
'chance against the success of a move
mnt of this kind, which will be as
'eribed to mere partisan malice,
Hlowever, that it is seriously intebded
you may rost assured. So that, by
the meeting of Congress in December
unless a ne w deal takes plae in poli',
ties, or the President grows a little
lhore careful in his habits, you nmy
be prepared fcr a repetition of the
excitement which accoinpanied the
attempts to displace Andrew John
son from the Presidoney of the United
States. It 18 alleged that these in
cessant journeyings of thio President
to an fro are ,due to his wishes to
escape from loca'l influences which
load him to drinking, it .is ciirious
that the <jiostion as to the habit of
the President shogid have prisen at
this moment, wheon a reowed tempe'r
anice agitation eeoms to have sprung
up all over the country. For. it ,is
certainly on the cards, that the so
balled Maine Law-that is, either
local optiori or the va'riatlif kai ogn,
as the Maine liquor law-may becomoe
a questiod .of national magnitude,
in d cannot be kept dut of the getnera!
polities of the cointrh.
Loss of a Fishing Seaaki.
Yesterday morning about nine
o'clock, as the fishing smadl t artha
Raven was about starting from the
southeast fishing'bank, on her retlain
to the city, one of the efirouids inatp
pod, wvhen the mast careened, and,
acting as a lever, spjlit the vessel '
two, barely, allowing the captain anid
four others who were on board to take
the small boat. The smack went
down like a atone in ton fathoms wa
ter. Fortunately the smack Janmes
Newton, Captain Rutledge, saw~ the
aceident, bore down to the soonc and
rescued the party-from thie frail skiff.
The Martha Raven was owned by
her eaptain, E. C. Jiones, Rt. W.
0. Biirnie, and Samuel Eastorby.
They had about a thousand fish in
the well-hold. Lobs about four
thousand dollars; no inautance.
The Vault in the U. K. Treasury.
Passing into tle ponderonu. I d.Wn of
the van'lt, we find our,elves surround- d
ed on every side by all the various i
kinds of money which the ingenuity 'I
of Congress and of successive secre- h
taries of varying views has devised. a
hegal-tender notes, compound into-r. n
est notes, fiver per cent. notes, seven- tl
thirt riotea, national bank notes, p
gold notes, thre'o por cent. notes, f
Traotiona'l notes, and postage, curren-' o
cy confront us at every turn. The i1
com partments of the safo failing to t
f'urrnsh ace&hithodatijois for thein all,' ti
they are piled up in great heaps on a.
the floor, apparently with no mnore a
oaro. than potatoes or whe:it. And ti
yet the valhe 6f'overy pile and pack, g
age is known, and the slightest lost d
would be sjiedily discovered. Pour h
hundred millions of dollars, the vault aI
cl.erk informs us are contained in this si
vault. No wonder', we ekolain, that Ii
th'o 'Troasurer feelf tanxious for its 1
safety. The sidt-s of the vault are
divided into powpartinents, cubic in b<
form 'hWo 'of %onVouiCnt size, the door ai
to each of whieb is numbored, so that se
its contents can be regkitored in a og
book, and is provided with a fastening C
to which a leaden seal on b3 aflixed. ti
A cuahiol 'ackage, :neasilring about ca'
nine inches in each direction, is toss- i
od to.us with the remark that it con- di
tains four millions dollars in lega'I rs
tender notes. Four million dollars ! of
and to think that for one hundredt.h, st
nay, one thotnsfndth pnrt of th'c value cc
contained in this packet, which an ti
.inf.nt could hold in its hands, mens Q,
have toiled and delved through long 1f
years of suffering and self-denial, have 11
robbed and murdered, have commit- he
ted every conceivable wickcdnes, ye
have endiingered atid sacrificed their th
lives and barforod thoir immortal al
souls ! -Scribncr's Ilo'utI'y. he
leware of the Widows. be
To.n Wright, a colored man, who th
was executed in Washington, on lait qi'
Friday, for the mu-do'r of a peddler, m
made a statomont in wh'ch, strange to a
say, the dying advice of criminals, be. i
ware of Whiskey, is eschewed, and ju
the rising generation of his race are pa
wtontd to beware of the widows. He in
doni '.haiug com ntitted the crimo fru to
which he was to Lo executed. and Ce
charges that the widow sworo falsely 0
against him boouSe ho had refused l8
to matry her. His statem'ent con. re
clIdes with the following good Il
advice : re
Now that I Am maide an example in
to the W(orld, let me advise you young bY
gentlemen to avoid any appearance of er
evil. Keep out of all bad c6mpany, bil
and mind those old widows who will i0
take you in their house and make you St
at home. Let all the rising generaTi
tion, and all who ho'po to do any good
in the world, consider wvell, and if
thoy;, have any bad habits, break l
thn now', Don't delay, but stop now
and shun all nice-talking women who 1
are so anxious and willing to take So
you in. You all had better- listen to WI
miy advico, and let my suffering on of
the gallows be au example for all fr
"Wieon ia culred Cladet. sit
At Annapoli4, o' the 4th instant, a
several midshipmen who had failed ca
in their examinations and were to beN
inroplied fr~zo.thio rolls of the Naval oU
Academy made an assault upon Coan- p
yoe the colored cadet from South t
Caroling, Weho iNis ailso .am1ng the~ to
failtires: 't'ley lodkod a boat house,
door on him while be was bathing,
and when lie ,attempted to get out
btoned hiiii. His only injury was a
small scalp wound o:y the 'back~ of his
head. M idhbi pineii Young, of M issis
sippi ; Blutterfielil, of Kansas; Laockett, o~
of Georgia ; Rtowan; of*West Virginia,
and Munn, O'Kecfc and Gridloy, of "A
New York, wet-o cohocernod in the
tissault. The iotohi. midshipmen had m
all failed in their examinations, and pc
would have been dismissQd from the hi
Academy regardless of this offence. pc
Thiby ttro nbw in close confinement. w<
Conyers is not seriously hurt.cr
Tie, hbrrible deaths of two men ah
from hydrophobia, and the disappear- di
ance of anothjer whose veins run with "t
the saffho ~badlhy virus, are recorded
in the local columns of the Baltimore w
American. About three weeks ago, S
ai theiorsidenoo of Mr. Fordinand w
Frejbo; ond heo Hoo'kstown ro~ad, a wt
l,frde watchdog was taken sick. In as
removing him from one part .of the
yard to another, Charles Fi~cybe,
(ageo. tWybfty-threo, a don of Mr.
lFeybo,) Anton Auoer, and IHerman
Drussel wore bitten in theo hands by v
the dog. Iiast TNesday muorning
Auer dled, racked with horrible r
spasmi. Young Freybe, who hand r
visited hlim at hid ficsido; was at. o
tacked of t'ie day of his death, and a
lingeoed until one o'olooik yesterday,'I
when he died in the same manner.
DMus.~ol left his home to consult an
old German woman, W'hmo ia said to
possessi a eure for hydrophobia, and,
ha's inot since been hoard frem. o
A rk ansas. 11
The Supreme Court of that- Statoc
lias decided in favor of the legality
of Gov. lBaxter's election. It is Diot
known what new trick the (;unites tlI
will take to ount Gov. Iaxte.
JAlktti of iuge Warillaw.
We are pained to learn .rf the
cath, at Abbeville on Iinday
Iorninag, of Judge L.vid L. Ward
1w, long known in this Stite as a
>arnied lawyer, eminent jurist, and
ucomp lished gentlenm n. We have
o ya rtioular*; as ydt, and only Itifer
iat his death was tLho sequence fo
retracted weak heal thi, which imai.
>4'ted iL: If more particu!.vrly in one
r two paraly tic strokes within the
ast two years.. It is no ittic lobs,
2at of a inun trusted MAe ionored
iroughout a long and busy lifo in '--x
ted and responsible positions, aid
Iways equal to the highest c1vpec
Ltions. A great and good man has
me, leaving the memory of good
leds, honest and1 valuable services to
s State and people. and the fra
-ance of a ebaracter pure, Mnsulliad
id amiable in all the relations of
te. The following is a brief
ography of the decoeased Judge :
"Judge Da.vid Louis Wardlaw was
>rn in Abbeville County, in 1799,
ad was at tLe time of his death
venty-four years old. At an early
;e he entered the South Ca rolina
>Ilege, whoro Le graduated with dis.
oguished honors. After leaving
liege, he was admitted to the bar,
id in 1822 attained considerable
stinction in the case of la msaV
Marsh, vclich arose under the wil
Henry Laurens, and in which the
Atute of uses und trusts was first
nstrued in this State. At that
me he was t copartner of the late
vemrnor Noble. In Dccember,
136, he was elected Speaker of the
ouse of tepresontat.ivos, of which
had been a beinber for several
ars, and he continued to serve in
is position, with distmguished
'ility, until DeceHer, 1841, when
was elected to the bcnch, to sue
ed Johnson. Mis career on the
nch is well known in every part of
e State. It continued for over a
i-arter of a century, and was ever
Arked by those ennobling traits of
ind and heart which tended so
uch to elevate and dignify the
diciary of South Carolina in the
lmy days of her history. In speak
g of one of his opinions, an annota
r to ono of t he In! to cd'tione of Ch an
lor Kent uses these words: 'The
inion of Justice Wardlaw is singu
rly learned and interesting ; it is a
markable example of historical and
Zal erudition.' lie was, in all the
tlation of lioe, a man of unswerving
egrity and elevated sentiment, and
his death has beer. removed anoth.
one of thoso lan t.-marks which
11 a u to all that is good and glor..
is in the past history of our
c Negro at the Ntrthi and at the Sou thl
With that insulting impudence
iich has becomo so comNmon in tile
)rtlh since the recent war, tho
oston Advertiser tells us of the
uth, that "the Northorn peqple"
11 never he willing to see the hand
the Federal Government withdrawn
1in its hold upon the Southern
es, until we concede to the iegro
his rights-meaning the right to
with the whites at. hotel tables,
d in theatres, ohnrches, &C. We
ro nothing tor tte wihhos of tho
>rthorn people. 'We intend tol dI
r best to keep Southern society
re, whether Boston favors one
ing or the other'; yet it is amiin.ing
readl, as we do in the last issne of
a Press, that in Philadelphia the
g~ro women are excludled from "the
rk of the centennial."'
Another Emnbarrassing Quetcionl.
WVe have a poetic production from
e of the craft. It is entitled, "The
inter'ai Love." It com mtiences
ad will mry loved one leave tie thus ?"
We cannot say. Shte may or she
sy not. Much diepenida upon the
rsonalI. attracetionis, ci rcumnstances or
bits of the poet. If lhe wvrites such
etry as this, we shotild say that she
>uld leave himi at once. We are
ually puzzledl about the "thus,'
o nitay leave him thus; aitd again
a uni /' 'uave hu,; nm a st ratohted con
tion, or muinu~s his hair. Or if the
hus" r Jfors to hrer maniner of goinzg;
n ma~y sug~gest that there troscvorali
sys by which she might leavo him.
lie could walk, or ride, or hire a
heelbarrow. On the whole, ,vio
>uld rather not have such questions
'rue Late hiinid~er (Jrr.
Theo masters and wardens of the
rious lodges of tihe city met at Ma
nio Temple on Saturday aftornoo'n
arrango, for the reception of the
mains of the late Minister Orr, who
us a distinguished mzemtberoth
aft. Committ eos vere appointed
d all necessary arrangiencts made.
'to fraternity will assemble c~t the
>mptlo, and proceed thence to thec
barf, receive the romanin~s and eon
tyv themt to the Trempjle, where they
ill lie in state until the departure
the next train on the South Claro
ma Railroad, by which they will be
nt forward to Antderson.-Nesnd
Of all the birds that pleaso us with
ceir lays, the moat popular i~s the
Aliolher Al'icical AcCoilnit of 1tile uk '.
Our readers who have pet usud, " iti
deep interest, the *.0count of til
I)eiugo deciphered from tablets found'
in Ninoveh, published in the Observ.
er, will be g!:ad -o have beloro thent,,
tho accounit of the saie event, ai
eiven by Borosps, a prie.t of Babylo.
v;Iho lived 'and wrote nearly three
centuries beforo the Christi o era,
11, was tho author of several books-:
Babylonian Chaldean history,-which
vinve all perished, with the exception
of omc fragients preserved in the
wa itings of Josophus, Eusebius, and
others. We copy from the paper of
George Smith, iu the Nineveh tablets.
Mr. Smith says :
The Ubaldean account of the flood,
its given by Jerosuts, I have token
from (ory's Ancient Fragmcnts, page
26 to 29, as follows:
After the death of Arlates, his
8o Xiuthrus roignc'd eiglitecit sari.
In his time bappened - a great
deluge, the history of whicl. :., thus
described : The Deity, Cronos, ap.
peared to him in a vision, and warned
him that upon th fifteenth dty of
the month, Dousius, there would be
a flod, by which mankind would be
dotroyed. Ile, therefore, enjoined
him to write a history of the bogin -
ning, pr''ccedure, and 'concu'si6n of all 1
things ; and to bury it in the city of i
the sun at Sippara ; and to build a i
vossel, and take with hint into it his I
friends and relations ; and to convwy
onl board everything necessary to sus- 1
tain life, together with ail the dif'er .I
clit animals, both birds and linadrit
pds, and trust hiiin-elf fearlec!Ay t',,
the deep. Having asked the ])eity
whither lie was to sail I he was an
swered, 'To the Gods ;' upon which k
he offered up a prayer for the good a
of inankind. Ile then obeved the %
Divino admonition, and built a vessel 0
live stadia in length, and two iu P
breadth. Into this ho put everything u
which he had prepared ; andl last of a
all conveyed into it his wife, his chil- i
dren, and his friends.
"After the flood had been tpon the i
oarth, and was in time abated, Xisut- 6
thrus ,ont out birds fr6m the vessel, It
which not findin'g any food, nor aty it
place whorodpon2 they iiight rest thOe f
foet, returned to hini a'ai'. After I
an' interval of some days *8 su, them c
forth a second time, and they now a
returned with their fect tinged with b
mud. Ile miale a tri.1 a thir'd thne a
with these birds, but they returned v
no more ; from whence ie judged that v
the siurface of the earth had appeared e
above the waters. Vo, thurefore,
htad3 anl opening in the sel, and
upon lookiig out foud that it wan
stranded upin the side of' so2me mout
tailn, upo11 whiclt Iei liinIneliately
quitted it wilth hi.s wife, hisdaugitor,
and the pilot.. Xisuthrus then Paid
his adoration to the eurtl, aund hailg
condtructed aii iltai-, offered saorifico.d
to the Gods, and, with thuso who had
come out of the vcssel with him, dis-.
"'They, ivho remained within, ind- t.
ing that their companions did not re- C
tutrn, quitted the vessel with many
lamniotations, anld called continually t
on the namo of Xisuthrus. Him they at
saw no more ; but they could disti- e
guish his voice in the air, and could
heatr him adimottish thot to p'ry due I
regardi to religiotn ; atnd likcwisc in- a
formted thtem thait it was ont accotdit c
of his piety that hte was translated
to live with thte Gods that htis wvife,
and daughter, anud ptlot, had obtained I
the some hontor. T1o this hto added,
thatt they shaould return to Bl>lna
and. as it was orda:'ined; ~enr'h icr
thes~e wr'itinugs at Sippaira, whicht they
were to make knowna to all mtankitnd;
moreover, thtat the pheco wherein they c
thej were, was the land of A reenia.
"TIhte resthIaving hteard these wvords,
offered sacrifices to the gods, oi~d
taking a circuit, jour'neyed towards
"Theo vezsel being thtus stranlded itn
Armntcia, como) prrt ('f it yet retias
in thto Cor cyraean mountainst."
In pages 33 and 34 of Cot'y's Frag
mteruts thore is a recond version as fol- t
lowns , .'.t
"And thtut.Siritht'us. ' hi~m tue C
deity Cronos foretold that on the fif- 1
toonth day of' tihe month Daodus t~here t
would be a Deluge of rain ; and ho
commanded hinm to deposit all the
writings whiatey er,.whtc ero in Im
op0S~ion, lb the eity of the Sun, at 1:
dippara. Sisithrus when ho had comn- a
plied with thtese commands, palloIl 6
imediately to Atrmepin,, .and was
presently insfdid b~y od.,. IUpon
the third day after thte cossation of
the rain. Sisithrus sopit out bir'ds, by
wey esperiht,.'tba( be. inighit judge I
whether the flood htad sutbsided. fhut <
thte birds, passing over n unbounded<
sea, withiout finding aty place of' rest,
rotuined ignint to Sisilbrus. This I
hto repeated with other birds. And.
when upon the third trial Ito succeed. I
0(,-for the birds then returtned witht
their feet stained with mudi~,-the I
Godla translated hi'm fromt amtoig mnen,
With respect to the ve~s.sel, which yet
remains in Armenia, it is a custom of
thte itthabitants to formt bracelets and
amtulets of its wood."
Modesty induces a Quaker couple
int fda county, Iowa, to get mattrried
at thuron o'clock in the morning, so
that nobody would come to the wed..
I.:-'-i'n ruo' i:x (ovmon a e r ii
1' N -r1'. NV : 1 , S C.,\b1, :.
I|is Erxec!? n y Ur 1 .
h:uIt Sit : Iftake the liberty c
appl% iig to Veir F.eciellev in av
o)f jan- 21 11 PS1. All couity rur
for Greonville. lie hi as ben iin.s
uniju:t ly Convicted and set tenced t
the penitentiary, vs I think. I1I
only Offe'se was that of' pa ing;r on
ti c school ordor of 'lb-on, suatrin
tendent of edu1caLtion, and purebl ..inj
pay ce, rtilicate. oil tile St ate trr ute ry
without th Ii. conisent of Ih trezasiure'r
T re wa (4o charg f nb .;
puhbie fanhor coinmitting iany faand
lie did ;hat ho hoiestly blil'ieve l L(
bad a right to do, and what the othei
county treasurer had (lic over anil,
>fteni. 'Ie State treasurer lhim h
ad sance lis coniduct in the iisi
nstae and pas.sed his vouebers ai(
rdcr.s for a largo amount. Bint 'Mr.
Dunbar, who will hand you this letter
an explain the whole ense to youl
I feel an interost in reseuing 'ar.
\llon from the infamy of the poni
elitiary, becauso I do not think hip
>fteanso jutifies such plui hminent.
- A W -W -* -W A. -A A\ I
en has already been aufliciently pun.
shod by the tri:al, for the offense he
nnocently commaitted. 11 is voueirs
a.y bills an'l ord'ers on the treasur
vhich he took up, auount to $6,5l0
nore than tho taxes collected. 'hiece
apers are nil --enuine, as admitted
y thie treai4nrcr, but )c says hu has
o unds to pay threm, as the app
riation has been exhausted.
Ai couity treasurer, Mr. Allen has
cpt all his books aind accolunts with
ecuracy andI neatness, an i which
'cro exhibited to th court. ''i e
ily chrig against him is having
aid iand taken up ordcrs oni the t rC:, s
ry, &o., and now, when theso papers
to refused, he has no fii-.ad. to pay
ito the treasury in their txad.
I haivo had no ititinacy or inteicbet
.i Mr. Allen, but I an unVill ling to
00 him u njut3'ly dealt with, as I think
o han been in this prosecution. I
ope your Excellency will tave him
rom the ignominy of the Penitentiary.
r lie had oirnbcnled Inody or do
rludd tle t y, I. ww0hl nif
sk it.. When suit is brought on lik
ol, if his orders ol the treasury
re not allowed in discount, (lie ' ..tu
'ill recover her cile!, and his lond
as giveln for this pu1rpose. The
Late will g 1t 6r.. thn oy hil i inf -
I acm, ir, vcy truly :oars, &e.,
'T'licy have r:amniz--d a lK.nd of
toi n thejillo ve n (iles Cof t.:ancli.
0. L.- Wh !itncy, of Walterboro',
iod on the 2Uth u;t., of lung dis
Oi sales-day E: in Walterloro'
1irtetn pieces of land wlert, forfeit -
d to the Stato for taxcs.
(tlic and dyscntery are prevailing
D a considerable extent inl tioluifiimia
t preseit . The imparo wator is
harged with being the cauaso.
'The county t-Mcra of Newberry
ave .sttlcd. 'ihe amount (,f taxes
ssessCd in the~ county was $'75,000,O
f which all but about $.O00 wiere
Colu mb ia has a creole tortunaa Nt.l.
3r who professees to piredlict the Ilp0
uations of tl.e cottoa iarlot b'y
be irvin th~le tranit, of ihle
louds praioss the sky. Ahice
y sacrificing a wvaht pigeon anad ex
mininrg its crop shio c:rni fo retell to aL
ert ainty what h:jid of crop the cot ton
lantera may expect to get.
We learti that a daring buirglary
rals commit ted at. Penad letoii on .\lon.
ay 1nighit Iast , by wh ich th o stare -
I r. E. G3. ivzans was C frc ibly enter
dl and .. a oonilerable aimnt of
Qi4 Th'luid ay aftot-noon 1:ani, dlurng
hia prevalence of ai thunider .hower,
lie rosidenc1e1 of Mr.,J ose phi lie railon,
f Yorlkville, was st rueck .by ligh!
ing iand conidera'lo dam;aage done
o the building.
TPhe (1;ester 15"porteor yw
1hurglara entered the stora cCf A 3chier
Loi.,op Finolkney etroet. .on Wed.
Cnaga night of la.-t week, and litnor
1ly carried off his wholo stock. No
luo as yet to the~ lhiaves."
Y'he f:rst gravc decorated on l'riday
alt at. al vary (Xometcary, near Clhi
ago, wa's thac't of an u inknowni rebel
'flicer'. Not one maqmrber of the pro.
0casion pnaied it, witLihout laying on
lie imoound r. Iloal ta ihuate.
Theli above (.says the Charoiilo &
en i iinel,) woeclip .'from aui exchiiango.
Ye publish it for the purpio.so of
howing that in511( so eeoalities, at
east, hatied of the Soanth~i aid of her
ause is beingj reiplacied by goodm will
nd k irally f'eel ing. Suoh gracefual
ots as the one iiorntioned above wvill
lo miiuclh towards briuigiag aboutl
>eane and reconiliation aind wvill b(
u'.ly apprecizateud by the Southiera
Thrjs to lbe no wieno .at the Cii
ma Jubil.e haiV
.1nju int'g hy A ipprmu ra.
A g-d :ory is told by a yn...
dito i i Ara ion of tie !o. y of
d'-ed :3 a uit <f homlespun e1.1 .
G .. te a holue Polo.-to'!, onl
r ..t -.. %-N 1 - l eiera L ies
rwe:o aL H bed in an iner room.
n( )ic o" the Company remitariked inl a
In tWne, that a countryman wag in
. air lm iand art md to have soui Kn.
The folhig ihlgue end
'dYou're from tho t .uutry, .
1-esI'm riiom Iho eiountry.
- \"Well, sir, what do 3 ou 'think of
the city I"
- I"h'e got a tarnal sigh i. t houses in
I exj-et 'ere are. . greatt nmny
'Oh yes, a. wontty sight ! iiA lOr
all the world lILe them," poiiing ii ,
them nio doubt."
"Ius, I ciaus '-m to meetin* anld
"31aybe the gnllenn wi'l talh a
di : f ine," said o:l. of tho coln a
"I thankce : don't care if I do."
"But yen must drink I toas!."
" e eats t on!t, what A1nn1. P.-AhbyI
make, but as todrinkint,' I icvCr.s'acd
What was the surprise of tho com
pany to hear tho itrc'nger vp aka
"Ldies and gentleman, permlit mv
to wish yu lIe I tI an'. lImppim-a-,
with ever y 1)1C,- b e in I h ).,! (th( ;III .. Ia af.
ford, and I :ilviso you to bear iltn mind!
that we are often deieive. d by apupeir
iCes. You mi.look Ime hy iy in
for a country iiuoby ; I, from Ie SmI
cause, tholoit t!j(-0 luen~ wore g'entle.
:ineit. 'h'le leceplion is mutu::!. I
webl you good eveni: -.
A Valca M:: (1 1.
.Cats .r-4 plenity every-.:hore, andA
they are not cnitbdered very vailabo
now-d , but r ceoring to the.
Story ofW hit tngton :nil his Cat, it
was not alwnys ro. Many of out'
young friend: ha-:o ipver read ths
.i fmous ntory, and so we will give it
1. m little town rear o. 10 .
poor man' hli(d just t ied, le, i
littlc on iloiie in tiho world with only
one companion, anud that ws
a ot. ,So the itlo fjItw ,
whose nam1o waH Whittinaton, took
Ihis eat and startid ?or Iondon Lo
see): emliploymont. Ila .vooi foltlnd a
p . ,) s f:ot-1t0y- -ih.at, i1, a boy to
run e rr. 4 d s-1.nt h a mrdo it th o cun
ldition that. hi i i:ur .thouid allow
him to keen he cat . It haippened
on10 day thaJ .th teraan being'
about to "VLO a ventura in" a th,
Was dchiriis that, (eery member ot
his houihold ihoubl, a-n'ling to
.heir ablity, do tiM misio. Whit,11
ton, oni being I.Sked woat ho conid
bend, reld that he ll noth i but
his OIL, but rho wan a geod imoitm-r.
Thu inerehant un il d at. thu by's 8im
plicity, Lut t Ito captain of tho ship
bving present, ai ceed to take th i
it.-iSCr, an do1 41 the Ot hecon I
viith her. The captitin set ijail I
aou. arr ived at a prt wichi swarmcd
ii L rate awl i150 i ; no.IV Was1 tI .e
chaneilc fur i'uiitsy. Avnd th.. utory
tells i of thic lost ni:tiv.elon" cy"ett
0 Co oun ry F wouldi noht lot, the cat go,
hut paId thu <vit iai ii in eniirinm'.,
prie~ for her. Thlis uniexpecttti god
- i~rtn jin hu'ineim~ and uitimuat .ly
be I locant.o at ich' man~i. Nor is the
all, heo wasc tharee tiume: Lord Malty.tr
of .isoidull duriig theren ' ly
A .\,tw Ionsekser's 1;ii
A' patty wiho proro' to pnuhii:.ht a
tewv Iilomeeeers GideL te'nd.s lo
thfib Ik-oit C( nonca i-ii il Iluille' nI thii:
fol.win <xtraicts fromt the f'o~ Lh,
','o make at g'oodl jam-t-A' k ainy
TJo b)o i ill)~ tonCu---drink ild1tig
Ilow to mnake an Tndijan loaC-( ive
hi in a gal lon of whiskey.
.l[owv to mnaho goo pu tis-8end t hu
publishuir (ifty cents at Iine fori themn.
(the poultoerer in not look ing.
- (To orn hee'f- l.'d yoiur catLi ait
Ili ow to select a folwl-AAsk theo um1
piro of a bneh ball miiatch.
A pluini slow--A trip ill allt iold
fashilioned street, rauil way car on aL warms
Kello igu of Loiinna~ hi e di'tirawin oni
tthm neral Guornuinentt four Lwo how
Ilung guins, it.umber ofh~ muskt11tiets and'
rifles, and vatrinuou cavalry acecoutre
met uts, an cd t he requis itiuson hbeena
miet. It wausii made under~ C an unath -j
(1.1d stto ann rully giving to us ry
Stt for m~~ilit i~ purpios a cuertanin
anid ias .Lou isianta hadt fori bomio y'm
ieghto'e to taiho her sh- the~ E
;t:. had a conviencit .>tviC ei 'iia
i l fl , .
ii M l orim (jtietr frount Sed1.
Ini reply to ait rsonat h
it tiner - t'lxford, .ln., giyo
the fiewinl- ou rai-ing unoiocj froti
Get ' ;Ogied from somre relia
ble eed::a,:l; will Id sged of
a yeau's gr h..ou't imaginlo
that - oeed left over from someI past
:geor (ithtJ sofds sont by irreq)onsi.
io lirmg wvill eveir raiso aly unions
the Ains yr:ar.
alve the round inl excellout exn.
lit ion, well tik2 Qn the lull and early
in the pr ig. 's o inould ashes an
a fertili:r, with a good ruipply of
volnsistad mnure, and sow the
i;oof 1-r.!dA eC.rIly inl th" -, Ilpri ".
I lto theilte, po of ground for
(M ihs cery yar. F".r onlion. ,
nliiifke ino)At ot hor vrop., will not ex,
lilo ( 0.h. -nil, amal they, will grow
bet2r a'il irter a::wh year, it but. a
N'S A~huNe: is addUd and if th0
uandUl is Wipt free fr imi t he autu in:
l'hosphato a:it I t:> start th
phrie b1iut a hliavy d:--may riait
the Ir0p to0o C: .Ily in hl 0 sl ie.asm
Uabe.ro.' andi ..mtintued weecding and
hocing duinmg the whole Seamo of
1,rowth, in Of the utml!Ot imponaneW11C
,o th At 1.e d) weather mt y nut hin
der the ;V-wth.
BY Striat n'k.tion th" larg!nt of
ontr11m :t m iwi u , raied the fi.st
ycar, i.t dotbile the inCer: from int
to.. vi o t . Aid the oitions thur
;': are hweater, less btronrg, and
vire alabS, t oo.
F'!m111SC1.wtI'll'h ra Of 'Noihi. .
It in weI knowti that caeht kind of
fe, wiit i cai , hl of produciug it.
licit" 1, 1 l l-.nomni tea Lt) the no0%
bu i c"Ve the teidencey to brelik uip
bo.) . i(.s i the pisame ltracter a
b I h ito i h i i tisulf re olved.
. i tru. (if fa i, a e. ic p tre
-tIiv to nla- i non a: well as of
ti.we wtundi:- I hesu ive xchr.itges
or :rach int durbrin, mugar, alcohol
11I carbonik avid. When wNo now
take into anco: t hie ductrinep, it
6 not dif.ult to conceive that tho
ferients aw.d their ye :st plants, hav
i:g acaped j destruo ion by the heat
of bakirig, may proildtree ill ffects
n0 n toy reach Lho genrl ciarcult
tt. As a clas4 mioroscopic fungi
are p oionous. Tho form of mould
that appears on Choose 1119 long been
reogd.i s a, ma11lignanut . po0ison.
h'lie In;;ns that appcars on rya and
it m ill ect.j aro well known. Tho
whcat bread dimtt among tho
troois in Pari, in. 1311, n found to
contain in all itl UiOrvices, a mrinluto
reid liuhn. Tho ri t of wheat and
the Intn! of Nolu aru Carietcs of
the i joisonous fCmgi.--Iosford.
-111 . ) f fill Figs.
A novelty in l3randy haw mado its
a peranct in the Satn Craiesco mar
.et, tid p rtatises to be tumd by tire
coltiniltlers of tha artielo. It ibtated
that froill 8 to 1P) lmdlo of dtied figs
will waho a gallon f branrdy, whioli
can I be sld fur4 $1 :30 por gallon. A 4
ig-a ari v ry plutriful in CaliforniaI
ex -...Ing t lhe dentrind, it id very
proba lii CIAt shouiii tihe experimtiont
t Iti~e tit he en1d toi ad, d anrther
tMoya.i 8mrrith , itr thr Geormrantown~
Tel 7:. 3., a:.ys; : i::porienco hatn
t9: Zi~ lme thrit a g'iood.tizedi,ripe po
latlo, while it. is very tmuchi Lire bcnst
fur t.. bl i(o, for t 'eiod i oo!;es sOmer
wuhit (f Lu vitaity in tihe riprening
p roet * ,riI.d 'onsequelt(1itly is ntrt so)
good for :eecd tn (lie inl whichi tho
ri hntig proctle;s ha trot adlvantced so
r, o in other wordIM one that i uin
The i. sr iel:. Lbur(Va.) Star,sayn
.l.. iia lhantp, oif Lthat place hraR re
m .;r anodir fo r fy tiots of iu.
i:I,: ruot:., to bei sh ipped~i to U~r~fOon
GermanyII. Ti i :..t icle of cur onneroe
hin W'.y recet'v been devloped in
thisn he'iteado aund wil no doubht. bo
comll a ex len si v as thre iman to tratdo,
ra whIi chI, nay~ tie S'tar, at least one
hundt id Oii thsatnd dol la per ennum r
is no w v.'- de di he1 iro.
Thie (Irrud xii/rige of Free anid Ac-.
celpted \ilrsonsi of New York, considr
Thecre was otto pr~ov1idling that the
wa rrantt of a lodge cant be ulrrentdered
0o1ly whtere thero (cann~ot b)e fompt~
b rethrnt derni rc us attnd rchltriin ng tho
nrre. Anuil fi kad Masiotniltall
trot ho at owedi' to visit any lodgo or
join tan)y Masonio1 preo~C~oin, or ro
cov .\iiasonio relief or buxrril. No'
tmemrber all'boIi~ pemited to sever,
hA connrlft;ion w ith thro lodge of.
wich htIe 2 i t member until hre shltd
limait a ftect fromi inomro wairranted
lhrdge t hat ho hasi potitioneod for mom
The ~ p lea of isy isr to bo urigod
la youg Walworthsidefnce. Tis,
of curs, i tobe xpeted. If theo
I)nv a hiiirelf wenre bronght into couirt
for' tr ial andi ai ('io of thoe A ttorneys
of Newt YorkI wero broughrt into court
rtAfeud him1, they would be ourq Wq
put inr thi nicu of Lmainit1.