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The Fairfield Herald.
. RV'ERY WKDN). ESDA .
A WONDEl10U.L BEINO.
We have been requested to iniort
in our coluluns tho'follbwitrg irigenious
'iddle. -Its worth the study not only
of'little folks, -but of dld 'folks also.
Who can give the aniswer I
'R IbbtA'rdn TUPI LITTLE FOLKS.
tGod made Adam out of the Piust,
But, thought it best to milake me first;
o I was Blade before2 the man,
To ansn'er his thost holy llau.
M'y body he did make complete,
'1itc without eitler hands'or'feet
14y ways iid actions lid conirol'
YOL I was made w'thout a soul.
A living being I became,
tnd .1dam first gave me a namie,
iin from leis presence I withildrw,
-And nore of Adam never knew.
I dii my Maker'si laws oboy,
From tILem I never went astrhy ;
9hionsi.ls of mg'iles 1 run in for,
Ait Seldoin 0n the earth appear.
flut Gott in me seine power did seo,
Auid put a living 80111 in me ;
A soul from me my God (lidi claim,
And took from too that soul agaiu.
And when from nime tiat soni had fled
I was h11e0 sn'i. as when first tiide
And witlhuft hands, 'or feet or soul,
I travel now from pole Io polo.
I labor hard both day and night ;
.To fallen inan I give much light ;
Thousands of people. youing adt old.
Will by my death great light behold.
No fear of dint.h doth trouble me,
ko'r hhppiness I can not seo
To heaven I shall never go,
Or to the grave, or hell below.
'Thle holy Soriptunres you believe,
1ut right or wrong, I can't. conerivo
Ithough uy maine 'm i n them fouwil,
t is to nei an cupty souid.
What if it ? If tie little folks can't find
out Lite ritilde, let t hem read cari fully til
twelfth chapter of Matthew.
TIl nnl[llClc0 or tile isllh onl Lo01lon
A most ext;*aordinary statement
has made its appearanc in that high.
ly respectablo poper, the Satur'day
Roview, to the effect that. Enlisll
Society is getting so overcrowded
with unmarried women that serious
thoughts are entertained of introduo
ing polygamy as a romedy for tho
bnorinous evils whibh this conidition
of things entails. The paper further
asserts that the enthusiasm with
iwhich the Shah of Persia, a Polyga
rnist, has been recuived by tho women,
is nothing les than a diatihot oipros
sion in favor of the Persian social
system, The whole passage is very
We have already seen that it is in
bbedience to its symibolizing oraving
that the populace has been in a de
lirium of excitement during the
sha's1 visit. PLuS alpit vulguls, quia
tan, tutm quantu si opu e.st 1jit. 'The
reason of the welcomo given to the
Shah by the lcisured classes is no
less clear. Society is governed by
the hceo isity of providingoccupation
for its unmarried inembers. Uniar
tied wotmen form the majoilty of
every household, and nothing chcks
their steady incroaso fromi dcado to
decade and from year to year. Food
is plentiful ; neit her famine nor
fevers decinnato them. Malthus is
net read. The elder succeed the
youn~ger, equally healthny and good
natured, equally unaloi to "dress'onm
fifteen pounds a year as ladios."'
London has grown unmanageablo.
The numbier of perFsons who accept
are out of proportion to tho number
of thosle Who give, nor dloes society
sympathise with the dliflienilties and
disappointments of those who cndeav
or to provide for its amumsement. It
i.4, therefore, ouly natural that the
mother of a largo and inlcreasino
family s-hould find her symbol in tihe
Shah. Just as Dr. Primrose repro
StlnCd the qulin tesseio of mftlogamly,
so tihe Shalh represents the polyganmie
clement, and suggests the one con
eu~vable met hod of providling for our
surpius femalo population. '1'he poli.
tioian may see in hini a 1irm ally, the
fiuancier tile gain of now concessions,
but the mol't her will dream of fresh
woods and of untrodden pastures,
where the youhnger members of her
family may browse in poeo. Let
the sceptic go to a London breakfast.
T1hie road is linedl with carriages 00on
tainling three or four women in each.
With the exception of two polico.
men not a man is to be seen. The
host has gone out of town for the d:n i
and tihe hostess is in the garden eat
ing bread and honey under a tree
tine lawn is covered with gowns dis'
playing a combination of colors wichl
even without the intervention of the
Shnah would make the season of 1873
a remarkable one. Mlankind is rep
resented by an author or an editor-,
four boys up for a cricket tmatch, and
a fnoend who is paying a visit. Th'le
men who ought tobe there are spurrina
little ponies, or shooting pigeons-no.
blo pursuits through which an ontlot
jq found for that surplus of physical
energy whlich we are told cannot
be restrained, anti which hlas
made Enigland what it is. If the day
is a wet, one the Ctutertainmnent is
turned into a tragedy. Tho railn I
drops through .'tho leaves, and thle 0
guests are obligedl to crowd into
drawing rooms. There is a smell of
wet clothes, a cry for carriages not a
forthcoomin g, as the coachnmenl harve
mot finished their breakfast at the ~
neighboring publie house. Nor is the~
evening free from similar troubles.
There are girls enough for twenty o
balls, and men enough for two, a
Even, therefore, If three take placea
upon the same night, the conseqluen. I
os are disastrous to some one. There ~1
are perhaps twent hom.- :n Lodo t~
o whioh nearly ovorybody goes wh<
as not some real excuse for absence,
but the one wo are bpeaking of doe
1o beldtg to this category. A
half-past Pleven there are threo li tic
boys at the foot of the 8taircase, try
ing to look as it they had not heer
there half an h->ur, putting oui their
gloves for the tent timei, unknowr
to one anuthor, and disregarding the
entreatios of the hostess, who, having
Leard of their arrival, has sent a secr
vatit to implore them to conie u
stairs. Th two auii room:i Ii mn
F'rty women in thor, anal three futh.
irs who are oil their way cither to the
House of Comnnions or their bed..
I'hoso well known faces fulfillit'g the
Funotions of ball room igin., I'eatniig
vitt a settled laci~l au inst , ht.
droady secured thcir seats for! tic
venling. By the sido of each t
laughter stands, jut come out, won.
lering whether the one nan Ohn
inows in L!ondon, fed with frequelit
hinners at her father's houic, anl w.0
ever fails her, will dance with her
uis evening. Iler fato is to tinid
,here. Ito has gono first to thet ball
,vhoro the Royalists are, and then Co
ho ono which ha3s the best Supper.
[lho roomi's "untrairpled floor- is
eery sticky, and at half past twelve
he hostis anigry, and counmi ts the fatai
mistake of imaginirg he,ba:1. soijc
.'1otion in his own Iou c. Thiriy mor e
nen, it is true, have com11 ; but six
lo not dance, and four aro a'. u upper
Vith the young married women whom
.bo hostess askedl. At half pu.at twe
hr- hall is over, and chaperois nake
r. im their dreams of Toherat, and to
ho fact that tio world is Vaaity.
iuch arc too fregnently the re-.ilts of
mu expenditure of three or four hun.
Ired pottuids; redress is nuemled, atin
ho fhah i;s its synibol. A mong the
dories lately current, in which w e
place full reliance in conmon N iti
he otheri wo have hearid, i4 ono to
he effect that th Sh-1ah hax1 tet ati
meiont dowager in order !o di.
auss the question inl all its bear
ings. The interview wo.s mnost
satisfactory, and a conces.sion %w1
granted, wlich, though upsetting ito
iome extent the present robitions bo.
"weou the sexes, is likely to reiove
ll the diflioulties againsit whdeh so,
)ioty has now to Coitell. When t ihe
orms of the coneossion arc rmadt
)ublic, wo shall conntuent more ful1)
The hot. and rainy weni ater is 1es iing alit
'xposed wood vork, especially t be doors iil
mti. Stores and Dwelling. Tko prev..nt all
1rik age, and enable 1 hemnt to warrniut nil
vork sohl by the'n, 1is I. 11. 11.
& Co., At a greatl expene, havo reet,
n 0011nclin vith their Door Fiiutory, -1
ioderni drying 0oom11, inl Ilich all [loort
1r0 puaced till fully d ri, ie'oro gitii.m,
Vedging and piuniing. i'll pIr'ess adIb
iic-third ts tihe durobility of the doors,
4Vnd11 fot prIco list, o tf i0rS, -ole, 1iindii
White, Pine, Waliut. Iinnd fiitnev l.,tieir
r1gentis fiir Ashe lom' 1 ooit 'ch, us
txtensively ill over ihe c Wotry e its
C.anItaPrUN'T s, l'ina:.u it PA V .Its, ANt.
,AlN L-r A NI:I.s wVillint nonceV tiL1. P
,. Toale, of Ciarestun, hats on liind ani
or sale Whito tin of ti 1:1(-t t;r:4l1
Yhole:sale and t etail. Also Walnut, Oat
id other hril Woods.
NIEW A DVERTISM ! ENTS.
\V"' I a~ cLIASl5,iia' r
$ili a week giantee'd. le
s.btle rimploymcn t at bteitn, tIiy or evening:
io capiit at requiredl ; lull iin t rutl ns nrd S m
valuabhle pacekage of' goods senit tree' b
nail. Aiddress, with Ia cenit rel urn -
31. YOUNGU & t20., lia Greenwich bt., Nei
G 8liACo $ttU It 'll.\l it
IJINO ll he sex inayi tiscinait
u lg iltn te love ardu ftteitiuos't otvyw
sont itt'y choose, iinstanitly. 'I his i!nid
inenta equiiraeent tall ctha n oe: , 1,, I'
miiti fort 25 els. I oget her with ai -teritii.i a
ruide, ltyplt ian Oracle. I ireas Il iis
look. Address T. WI LI.\Mtt & CO. Pubs
Nti imonis a 1ars Il.u g tlo 'v ii
TO tic the li.'i .%er Evi hlentetl.
Neglect a congh.t Nothingii ii more1 eerc
atin 113 ta lho founidtion fot tatur Li r 1i
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
tre a st're cure~ for all disease~us of t hie ie.
T~irtory tOrgans. hMoire Tlhtrow, ('il.1'
learsene~ .'s Drynaess of' the Thrit, Wjimi.
i pe, or Ihronchiat Tubles, anti .1al Jiis,
axes of the Lunngs,
in iall cases( of ,atatenloi, hiotwvr
atken, these lTbleas shioihl lie pr-.'imt ly 1
adl freely us~ed. T1hey eq'mli :e ibe ei ten.
athon or the blond, miltigate the srvrity of
lhe at tack, atnd will, in it vtery s hort Iimiie,
est ore hetalthyi~ action to thli a Ifect ed or.
u cll's Carholic Trablet s, are put1 up only
n luto b'oxes. TI'ake iio sublt~litrate. 'f
hiey' enn' lie founid at your1 th'i .. - ',
end lnt onci'e to thla A ~eni iln New Yor
i'hi wilt forwardl ltmi hv0 retrn inati ,
Dont't he decei ved biy luistnlIit'ln .
Sold by' driug~gist s. Priien 250. a IM.x
E-emi for Cirtcular. Solo Agent fo theii
I Foodi, Setir Stotmachi, :a.te Jr
leaithuitrn , Low Spiriils, &c. in ihh ii e
earis niever f'aiIhng IL lIito the m ost 1 i
ate cases. 8o1ld by dlrtggis.ta ie . C'
teM aster &. lhiie. Agets tl 'WIns..
irs ailed on appldictiont.
Ilock bridge Aluiin Splarg I- i
This colobratedl watering pilace is now
pent to receive guoests. 'Thlose who are
Illiol ed witherof'ula, (Glandulnar Swe!!ings,
al Cutancougs Etuptive D)iseases. Ervsipe.
,s, 'Tottor, Ecfemat, &c., ('hronic 'liar
ueca, and Dysentery, D~yspepsia, Iironci
e, Churonio Thrush, Dropsy andt pihe,,
tould hoonn no t ime in on to. thi
fomntain of heallh to be henled. 1or (ho
curo of inany of tho a1bve diseases. (kis
water Ptands unrivalleil among theo 31lneral
Wa ter of' Ilho Uimv I Staif es.
JAMEN A. FitAZIl1ilt, Propriefor.
Agents Wanted for
AINTS AND INNERS
OF TIRE BD ILE.
)i 2eclel, 11:l3 z% ZI-4 t.1n I 222I 1o t.V1 aye i s eaIl
114-11 an-l woOii It. just jike "nillis ; uLI Sil.
w-1-9i of our own d1:1y i i i, 1:7
8: r iin n el l'i : I. .1; 1 *.l 1,e a iovel.
So-tl f".r 1iia-r Z Kl: 1. 1. 1 & Mg.
CUlu)V, A. . -:b I'.. 'h i h-p in.. 11:.
CH 0 L E B A
Ep itlemic Dise:,es
BROMD-Cj LOR ALhUMA1 ,
Th) It' .1-. )it',~ea u l l .go
n i s 2- I.' v, 1 -i6 1 :1 i ..1 ' 11. i , y
1 in4) ii 0 , ( l hereby pre'aw (:2v ..a-e
no ilr w; it I t a. .
li.t' I bl , 2 .-, n.. i 4 l . ', , : i
p )2'. :t ! 3 ( l i ve -. ..: I . : i I b-,t
a1 l'vow p f'it a... , :'::. . * 'I inl .1 m
bh:'r oif ', .. iieid:219. -ll 7 n ill 2 1 2ove a
pr !e'n - a -he lb e. 1r.
Prepal.'i1)1 I'~ byli'' i i bl. 10)
Iii'. s tli:i i~t'drawh-iek on nearly tIll
minc inal n L.4 As ever beenl th-il in
he. r I -oce'so 111rg-1 ionan .11d pl i lic at l olin
ihey have aL del-i ilai. l ihe sy<;tem. 'To
i'l.1*i: i th, 'iil. . ph :i s himv long
Pii ig, i 'llfy uHit N'4tiel1liel
nt :in ' a ll (i- I au e l'. Their 2 e .22rch
1l1i4 at 111 t l 3en -. rld y a discovervy
h w .l 2i ;.l th -1 knlst ele 1h-es o
i al '1 h m:1 .-1yc1, I.s v. v a hieve- 't li
imp oin3:l3t ie r I s
Dr'. TIIW.-; Yetvialblo Liver Fi]l
I hII*t1 1eril'y 1 he b 1 :Ow221 rcllote nll or(.I -
:oIn2 the l ,.fil l'io l t 1h I Vi, wi1. h.
net, Ae or ln %.vtud w:.:ever, Llt iiv cull
l (ary ton 2s the 1:1e2' and -.ohc I ' ('21
lhe hilly .22hvin IIhe,- p.ogre2,; of, 1 10 :r
t:'llon. T11. Y Illil e ihe here t .r i '..
'ecuolneihable <,c3iii i: (df a T ri n.123. 2-e ing
utrg at iv e u l11.1 ' 2m ' ' i ll T ni 'll.
lir. 1T 1 '111 ' hi' 2re 'h e n12' :e)if' nil
rearebing 1 -ie i,-ilt ill T'-l e . .-; ,. n I
once altael11 the very r21 of' 2I~s,;aS(e::, 'an1
IheIr L-' act i 1, pO rI'ompt Ihat ini an hiiiuri' or
two a12er tHwy ri2 taken fhe 11111 is
alware 0f 2 heir g o1dt eiI'ecIs. 'I Ivy e! ,'y b2.
nhei Ill .11y I inmp wit I ll rest rant. o' ill.
or occupation ; te pridneve neithier naut.
'eng~iin' ce ebiuy.alin as at flamity
Price ' .
is theli.. p,.1 t 2l Tii'2n e, 2 - h
Cner'atil 'e2 or '1r IIf (' o.t2inhar ()..tratei.
ljions' 1::'.wl n 12 ., .1/ " 2 ';, 9j,-.
I 24 1292 2h 111 '' '.a lei' t 1' con' liiniion41.:
"wori down' 22 . '' 2.21 bi"2222' litatd y h warm'
weather of2~2 --22'i,'ta(,,'nn: :,nhen th
23t29'll2ly 22 222,222 2i2222 111j;1 ','' f eiti 2, 11j2
( 'i org''i1,9 an22i i" 222 :11ifesi e1 li 1, 291-f 2,y
'2u 222 124' a2i2 .. 0- che 1;9 'e 43 1.n2i'2? 22'f2'' ,l'
When' v, :2 wy9. and llinnl : .1 o overvf2or
ihid e 112 f energy o inal 02 2-, 'sih:e1l' lytini
Vi 2al 21' icesto 22',i the2'I1ir2. rectu trative.
I S 'the hat of'i' 92 ('i imr, frequentl 12 lu-.22
Livyr.t atl i .' - : e el92 11221 -.1 : erly' pe2 rfarn::2
12he2i (2 tu e.ns ; .ahe i i ne n(12' l'rinary
UI22l t he ,l lieh :012. it e tie ai2 a: 22oli2 -
2.'2i'lont 12 1-i2'' h ..2.der n eme.1 i 22. 222
f ed 1Moe 1i .. 521. .nggbnlh 19 .:0 & n
(' pare21222.'''b e-.O t . 12::s, .
1i)nn in the~ whole rangeof ,mdie i
J~yii: i' N "222 Nt ; .T24'i 1 ,
I St3.2!, . Y. , oe'\g n '-r 2. 2.
''2.' t *,.nn Is 2 22
1. 1 h ru over, C!si 22a-:2 on1. and afte
ilaNsD\V Ih ilaatri : lin
IU AI Y aivc :1 l o u a'or.,ig.l )11
.\1rrive aCh1 1 .1 .e, 2.)I ' CII -2'
Iiv. ~s--:. ;.wr MCAII
- o 1(Ma 1.V, (hll I'1021', 11cket Anv
apI 19 R. J. McCAl1 LEY.
Landreth Tuinip Seed,
OP ALL VN.\1wi'l: . U.*r AT HAND
AND FOR SA LE BY
Withers & Dwigit.
A N 1'X .l 'IA FINE ARTI CLN OF
GUN POWDER TEA,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
And Notions Arrivirig at
TIIE 8TI011 OF
Wilitf' rs & Dwight.
Our summer DRESS G OODS
will bc sold for COST for
cAsu iro1 this dato.
A FE W LINES OF
WITHERS & DWIGHT.
FO SA L E.
2 I) 1111S C. Rt. Ihcon Sidecs in pri me
order-wicha will be sold for thec lowest,
casha pricc by the I sIlogshea--m- on crediL
-for n~ot o witIh two a1pprouved .*:uret ies
wmy able 15th ' October unext.
july ' BA CO F & CO.
HIA RD WAR E,
II AVE just received a lot of superior
R REL SCREWS,
G R ASS ROIDS,
Ouri Stock, already LA RGE
md1( FULL, is recei~ingo'
WeC Make Hairdwareo a
J. Mt. EQALLOWAY & CO.
IREor four mon, who can an:1 will,
'low or hoc as I maIy ish~, and wl.l pay
hem twenty dollars a nonoth for such ser.
i'c. Apply to
.iuno 28 JaN U. CTIrT an
- - -- AM -. -
1)I G OODS ESTA 131ISlEN'T'
A F" IL andl conmle'e Stock of Pl'ain,
Figued andtli *tripd Grenain'
Linten Siujinig, I'erales, lus
lins and other Drets goods.
In leady-.Ide Clothing
Tweeds ani Linen,
abd'o her material.
A full stock of Coasimeros, Tweeds,
Shhirts id Drawers of all grades. HIa t
for M ln ar Bo'ys,
Shoes and Galte'.
More gootis cnmine ! Noe; is (he tIme
to secure BAliGAINS
Everything Cheap for CASH I
C4i and be convinced that
W OLI"E SE LLS TiIll CIIEAPEST'r!
Will not be underold nnd defies COM -
No oellction to selling to a few parlies"on.
time," provided G0oD P1APLES can bo 1
4000 lbs. Shorts,
4000 lbs. Wheat Bran,
T. R. ROBERTSON.
ESTABLISH ED 1859,
.l:st receie1 Pure
s'ytes, Clocks, all qualities, Plain Jewelry,
ijns andI Buttons, 14 karats line; Plain and
Fancy Gloldl lings, 18 karats fine, and r
Speotacles, a fine assortment.
All goods warranied as! represented.
All work done in a workmanliko mn
nor, and warranted.
No charge for looking. Come and see a
me, will Lako pleasure in showing moy a
Th n flfor pst favors, I respetfully
solicit a Continuance of (lie same.
(JIIARLEs MULJLERt, s
apr1122 Opposite Bacot & Co.
ALWVAIS ON HANiD
A full supply of Metallo Burial Cases,
. antCaskets, Walnut Cases and
Pine Collins. Also prepared to do Job
Work of any kind, repairing old Gins,
inakinag and repairing Grist Mills, at the 1
ol stand known as MCreight's Shop.' J
june 24--8m J.: w v~i Teum .
Now is t
TO GET 11
00 Ls. Pulk hams received ind fn
o o vlad, by
A lot of New Flour rercived
md for sale by
Ile i rec(i'VIIng, :egulnrly, lan'
it greatly Redneced Prices, and
His Stock Is too larg-e and In
Ulllnery Go) 00s of the latet St
LadiCS I'ess Goods,
Cuifls, Coilars, &C
of alnost al
s6it all sizes an
cipally iade to or<
to be clear of s1
6n band a A
Tar1 ware, I olloVWare, Wood
.1. Mattresses, all of wrhich will
Also a lot of White eAA 'on
kt the lowest Charlestoi Price I
All he asks is to call and exair
ng, as lie is deutermined not to 1
[ 8 PURELY A VEGETABLE PREAR~A'~I
coposed 8ilmply of well-known ROt
IER BS, and FR UITS, comnbined with oile
>rope'rties, which in thei~r trature na Cathmartlo,
i1orient, !Kutrit ions, Diuretic, Aiterativo and AntU.
ti.Opiwthfore8 larirr in a Bnifiiont
meop them i any oliwate, which Znakes the.r
mnn of the moat rlsrable Toniese andc Ciatla
les ini the wourld. They are intendod stictly as a
n1 toe ued aa medicine, ahid always according
Tih y are the sheet-anchor of thme foebin and d,
iintul1t to eul 1a (oree th a a heathy action I
t once brought about. Au a r medy to whichb
1 rotor Ati,,n Asa firina eedMn
-an' Tonice, they have no equal. '1hoy are a
.Sdanm gente 1upto eas well as Tonic. The
lhoy Inako the weak e'trong. auypu1fair.j~
rigoie. They cure D)yepepsia. Constiation, an4
iialr whirh undrdh o bOil Ctron8tl antd
croak down tho animal tipirihs.
SDepot 53 Park Place, Now York,
2FURNITUR E I
Consistitig of Walnii, Imnitalion Wal.
uit, and Oak, of the very best quality.
or design ands workmianefilp unequalled,
ndl cheap as can be biotght. nnywhere this
1(do cf the city of Now York or lialtimoro,
nd as olheap en cani be bousght In Now York
r Ilaltimoro at retail pricsi. E~verything
arrantedl as representedl. Mattresses and
timber for sale. Call and see for your.
alves, as Seeing is believing.
Furniture nently repaired at moderate
feb 20 i. WY. PHILLIPS.
URdozen split Bottom Chairs low for
- Cash at
may 1 .OUnm M ow flom' |
v Ma0 tit 19. 6 e 'a yt. 1b., nand warrjptj&
ofta tl e A%glista (Ga.)Nil
F. ELD ER.
e additions to his Spring.Stock
they will be sold acordingly
merous to mention, consisting of
Ylc and FashtoW.
., &c. .,
t 'Cola'rs, Hats', &c.
ly kind, to
I classes, prin.
ler and wairail'8
oddy. . Always
Il supply of
en War, .Qzraoi-y, eAiteads
be sold LOW by,
6omnission-, which will be sold
aie his go6ds beo purcha.s.
> undersold by any one.
Only 60 Cente -per Botte
II noe OROWT, g
Cho 00LOR9 mud Inerea he g
and BEAUTY of the HAM
tO Ia TA 0 LA w In "* ....
K W E E ' G l n 1e 06
WHEELE &UG WOL00
AT os lss in its o ve. e t, d ape d
~r resoe ig favo i htas rem ird ,4je ,
w r it ) h a t a in Mo e t-k in
h e sI t n d ea veostl i an'e of r
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