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O1ituary Noticen and Tributes $1.1
per a quare.
AD YOUR OWN CONCElNS.
Mind your own concern@, my friend,
For they are yourt alene ,
Don't talk about your neglbor'n fault
Bub strive to mond your own.
8uppose he does not. alwayq lead
A truly pious life ;
What a4attere if lie sometimes frets
Or quirrels with his wife I
Don't meddle-let him know, my frien
To aot the spy on him or his
Just. nind yo%r-own eonaerns.
Yes, mind your own conb6ra,.my frieni
And pr y you48 l qu d
That all ouzr* Ino.is ocoupled.
And y k-gotinoigh to inind;
What ie oftre If 4pooks or r3 ooks
Should kk Rily Jones I
Vliat neatte Wur
A half a 11illio oils f
Tito money is not yollrs,-my friend,
Though,lgi giores-he- earns
Be do notL..4 hint his wealth,
Dut inind your ownosncerhs.
Yes, midI4 youtaowUaebc.a'au,- my frlen
It is 0,1titer plan '
Than aliwsys'tebe s'ying, tut
The ddeds of brotber Inan.
Ilomenber thaVall peVsons>lkv*,
ThouglY hiddenfrom your view,
Thoughtb that, to'liiim 6f right, belong,
And ntt all tqy*ut
And also'bearin p,It, my feldnd
A genroeti hqture *orms
No secret fro,aneIht.r' i.breast;
8o uIild yourd*n. oenierns.
. A-.Dlel 'ai to r Feet.
In 1837 Colo1-'UDfal a ,ean'dl
date fur,'t' , 6 A u' 4916o8 th
upper Sonai9ria, tr qo,6. oti-j
sippi, became imyo've F.a persona
affair with,youp 0Pu
famuotis agQ't unngm n OD ,k
taiuo Ps - eoaut
Carolina. . :,u1pidula6M was . -up
twenty-?P .'e was a oniall,.1hanA
some yo", w)th long fflioa. hair
bright 'Wq,6 cyes, and very amia6 l
geltle maiers, but af most daunt
less dtemIation and oool odutage
Cunnintiar 'lii4d challenged Duvall
who haJ;fonght before, and wea re
garded .as ano adept in the -d
Duvall, in1a spirit of what. was eon
hidered V hborderng. on bragga.do'dio
uccepted40'e .lege, but presori4eq
the torins that hey should'fight IIii
pistols at four feet off. lid evident
ly mistobk4his man if be imagine
that suo' -erins wo.uld be rejcqtau
by Cun n. The 'parties me
opposite Viokaburg. An iinmens
concourse assumbled to Witn6ss th
1affr. .ThW-boyish Citanin;gham- ot
cited universal sytipathy, tinglo
with pity und- admiration, when Wi
appeared in the field. lie loukoi
younger and'more boyish than'
Ture wa asofelus de'sign on th
part of the spectators to intefer
and prevent the fight between a ful
grown man and a mere boy. Bu
Gunungham and his frienda. by 1.he,
determined conduct, prevented ali
such interforence. The parties wer
soon stationed in their plnoes, ju
four feet apart by exact measuremnent
Cumnningham fixed his eye upon hi
antagoniset witia that peculiarly gentI
smile oharactoristic of him. Duvail
'though doubtless a brave man, coul
not but feel and manifest some nei
vousness on the occasion, as ho ha
prescribed the perilous mand desperat
terms on which the combat was to b,
-determined. "Attention" wasn calle
and the parties declaring that the
wore "5ready,"~ the word was givel
and both fired at the word "one.
iDuvall fell, shot through the hear
'Cunningham.stood coolly In his pIae
unsoathe,l. An 'involuntary "hurrah
arose from spectators at the issue<
an affair which shad enlisted the
feelings so warmly in 'behalf of th
young.David of this combat-Ne
.Fatal Rlencontre in Edgefili'.
Wo'leaen that a fatal shootha
.a ray occurred at Edgefield Cou
Nouse-on Monday the 19th, at
o'olook, resulting in the d'eath of M~
Marshall Glovier, and the slig1
wounding of the two'Stevenson brot
era. It appears that' the Stevensol
were tenants of G'oVer, and all p.
ties had repaired to the town for
settlement. Words arose, and,
we are informed, Glover was oh
down ; while on the ground, he usi
hsis pistol on the brothers, woundi'
thorn both slightly. The firing w
returned, and he received his dea
wound after being so severely woun
ed that he could not rise. Altoget
or there wore about fifteen shots fire
T1he Stevensons attetopted to escaj
but were arrested and loged in la
There is much exoitement.-C
A difficulty occurred in the low
part of Sumter county, a few da
tgo, bet ween two muer med W in
ham and N4esbitt, vbloh t
Father Poland aR a Punch Maker.
Even Poland likes his "tod." I
would rather count all the money in
the Trenjury, which to be done
beforo Spitner.1aves) ian und k
k to tell y9u hb'- m"yrocktaili iave
0 disappeared inside of "old blue coat"
all buttoned down before, When he
>a first came here sofiq of the' bovq
Ihou bt it would be splendid (d se'ae
)0 9id dignity B.. "how come-you sp4gg
they, attempted ,to "put up. a jbdmon
him. A stag party was inaugurated,
and the."waiter",was implicitly in
struoted to give the. member from
Vermont a double dose every time.
, This e faithfully otrried out, but
what was the astonishment of all
when every time the "wino went
rounol" the old duffer complained of
the weakness of bis beverage, and
pma4e the waiter brace it up. Thej
had reckoned beyond their host. He
was as bright as a new shilling in the
morning, and as he gazed on the pros.
trate forms of the conspirators, like
Alexander, he sighed for more
Thejuke leaked out, ard the Green
Mountain boy put his wits to work to
retaliate. On a oertain dvening he
invited the haine pirties to a kind of
hot EOotCh masquerade. The guosts
sembled "on time." F,,rth is
6rought the "whi6ky," smoking-fiot
was not Jong before it was:,liddoveri
ej that the punch was too strong.
"Add some more hot water !" said
'The suggestion was acted upon, and
again and again the water was added,
sttil the stronger the beverage be.
eane. It was wonderful. ' Finally
it-was decidqd that the strength was
boly in the imagination of the drink.
o f. This decision was, however,
rqversod when the gay worshippers at
ie shrine of Bnechiid sought the
-M06ft side of a plank" for a downy
e4ch. There was some talk of a
partition of, P.olande I'e k '1b t day,
lmhen it was discovered that the
ekrtaiu water was filli of wbiaky all
1. Ale: time, and every drop added
Ilbb'drefron only made the p,inch
A man died a fow days ago at I
Gray's Mills, Oneida county, N. Y.,.
sud was placed in a coffin, on the
top of which was engraved a cross.
Th'ere w#s a funeral, and the services
eie over, and the coffin was placed
outido the door. The wife; who
had not lived happily with her buso
bid, wished to re ain the cross as a
% e(norial of the dead man. Accord
ingly, some of her friends undertook
to Carry it off for her. But the hus
band's friend objected, and there was
A-'bnfiot over and around .the coffin
for'the possession of the cross, in
which some persons were hit and the
cross torn in two. The officiating
pciest finally appeared and compelled
them to place the mutilated cross on
the catket and allow it to be buried
with the body. . I
the westward travel is increasing.
Telegraphic adlviots btate that
from five hundred to eight hundred
6 arrive at Omaha daily and every
r uffort is used to elude the vigilance
of' military authorities who op pope,
3 the ocou'ation of the ltack Hills
t- region. The rivers along the line of
-the Union Pacilie Ratilroad are all
' overflowing their banks, and .theI
e whole country is inepedin-. trave-1I
considerably. Those disad'vantages
Ihave, however, no,effect, as tjae band4
of emigration p'resses -onward.
d! Hiding in-oanons by day and.tgaveI
e ing at night they dodge the troops,
e. and If the doc.trine of ultinateo destj,
d ny is worthy -of dredenest en it may"
Y be considered as a settled fact a new
im ining region Is opened,. and the.
aborigines will be sy~dily driven
f reim the Btack fills.
iThe aotion of the Georgia Railroa
r nreducing fares to three cents a mile
15s ratn somic com men inraiod
a orols.A leading -director in the
Georgia Company is of the opinion
thbat the'reductidnm wIll stimillate tray
el to such an extent as to materially
increase the receipts of the line, pnd
thIs will be aeoomplIshed withiout
rt adding to the usual e'xpensRes. It Is
~2 not probable that any of the other
*roads will follow the example of the
Geeorgia Rtoad, through all of them
. will doubtless issue their summer 'ex
a cursion tioketi. .
a low, has the model sheriff. )hn:rg..
as ed oilliy witht the.sale of a, r it-.
at road he agi'eed to'do~ it for :.8 00o
ad but was horrified after the sale lied
Itaken plpoot fn that the law . pro
ma hibited his receiving other than the
bh legal foe. Sadly,therefore, but with a
I- .stern deteridination to 'obey the l'aw,
b. he-refuses to. darx'y otit his fliegtl
d. sgreement,"and says he il tak'e drlj
e, the $1 1,000 which is allowed himn by
iI. the statute ini such ease. made and
er A Pennsylvanian boasts that be
ys makes a soap that would "%vash a
d- politician's character white os snow.'
he There must be a good deal of "lye"
ob"t th-a 5 m
The Libel Case.
The libel ease 81gajhaftihe 119wo &
Courier was begun, in Charleston on.
tho 19th of April. Ito preeedings
re full of interest. Bowen Vr6aos
dutes thi News and Couridr for lifie..
iug him as the nur,dergr of Col'.
White, of the 21st Ga. Hatalionl, who
-waH killed at Wacoatnaw in 1864. A.
the.career of Bowean is probably not
,twoll known we will r6prodh-' is.
of hie extrpeto ffon ' 9 Newd and?
Coarier in relation. to, )Im.
We will premise that ln ,1868
Capt. C. 0. Bown of Comping "Dj"
21st Ga. Batallon wal trioe 'befo're
oudit urtial in Geprgetown, E. .
on the follgVing charges. .
1.,FVoy conduct unbecoming-an offi.
cer and a gentleman. This biarge
was brought against lowon for ei
having applied for pay during thi
month of June, 11363, wfih' .s bsoit
without le0ye,,and being reftiad,
had presented.his leave . of .bsenoe
altered and the date extended, -&ad on
this fuct being di'6overied, be b,wor6
that Surgeon Waring hao 'made the
alte.raiog, when he knew said state
mceqgt to bi '-teally and unquulifiedly
2 For breaking his Arrest.
3 For conduct ,rejudicia' p good
order and military disclpline and
d6dobedienoe-~ Qla1'awful "tJJ
i i aful.egdl
Tle accused was fount.guilt,y of the
chaeges, and was dismissed the service.
Tuichurges,were p roeferred by Col.
A short time after, Col. White was
shot &hile sit-ting in his room. Be.
fore his death lie avored that 'Bowen
was two murderer although he had.
not fire.d the' shot. Bowon and a
you g man named Grimes were ar
rest1d, and were in jail, whod the
fede al troops entered CharlesLon and
role sed them.
Oil Feb. 9, -1871,. the ChArleston
Nowi contained. the following coufes
1ion of Grimes, who had surrendered
W.isblf. We roproduoc a portion pf
this rtiol m ' v m ! . I i
frHE PRELUDE TO THE DRAMA.
It appuar' that .on Saturday last,
Gov. Scutt, on the applioation of Mr.
Steele MlcAlister White, o(Savannah,
issued a requis.ition on the Governor
of Georgia for the person of oi4e Eli
G. Uriues, charged with being the
naur erer of Col. Win. Parker White,
Df the Twenty -first Batalion of.
9eo0gia Cavalry, then encamped on
the Wacoanaw oppohite Gergetown,
in this State. The murder took
place on the night of the 7th of
Marob, 1864. It may be here re
worked titat Mr. S. McA. \lhite is
the son of the-xintrdered ofli.6r.
THE PURSUIT AND ARREST.
Armed with this paper, officer -. t
J. Coates of the State oonstabulary,.
started at once upon his mission, and (
after:'visiting several pointe in Geor- t
gia, suoceoded in tracing Grimes to
Mouglfie County, Ga., where the
qrr4st was made. The prisoper was
nowhere restrained by handcuffs, but <
made his ' journey in a genteel,
pe-00 able and volutitiry maniadr.
They were accompauied from Georgia
by Jairrimore, a friend of the prison
ARRIVAL IN OHIARLESTION.
The ,party arrived in Charleston
on Tuesd ay evenIngby .the -Savanns.h
and Ji Camluston .1Iuilroad, aned yest.er
day morning Gri-mn asf *'e arfriod be
fore Trial Justice Cautiled, anad made
a full confessijon of the 0.i'euatmuOes j
attendingsthe -bloody da4d.
'o rE asIoN OP THEi PntsiONERt.
,I He tee that his name was Ei G..
Grinmes; that lie was born and ra-ised
iu Leo County, Georgia, but at pres
ent' was a .residenat o'f MdDuflie -Coun
ly, Georgia. That he was presepit at
the killing of CJol. .W n. * ParkerI
White, on-cho hight of the ?ch tof,
March, -1864, nesargegrgettwn, S. J.,,
and lhe himne.lf Oired t,heo .fatal phot,,
being eomnaled~ to -do so by ('apt.
'Cris;opher C. [Bowen. That he Was
first approsohod -by said BowedIin -the
latter part of F'ebruarys i864, qnd
.told to kill Cpl. WV. ut the iipt op.
port.unity. That BoWen tllereup,on
A 'rtJaRiEY BiNSO ,
(a place from ihI3h turkeys Are sihot,)
on the road which the Colonelbw~as in
the habit of traveling on hisi vists to
certain lady, friendsu, and :ftind
prisoner a rifle, whioh:;ho (IHowon)I
hadl loaded. Tihe prisoner at first re
jeeted the proposition, put subs.
quently fearing that lBowen would
kill him, (Orimes,) hie dil renter the
44i d and *a'tah'fo,r his etcLim. Thai
Mhditquently, however, prisoner lo
moved Tse look'Trsin~ tTo juThand
broke tdel inudnbjrl6g, - infot)hlg
Bowen that the latteg was broken
while in.the aet of eucki~g' b~e.rifle.
That flyep rem ke,"'4ar amny
od etrange that fleoJseng of uagu
ab6dd break: the aspring."'Tf
Boyen thedn built'. secodd'blindo
the,road h1din''from the ,atf f,o'the
boat,)anding, and ga.ve ,prisonerfaiI
other rifle,-likewise iaded by Bo wen.
That'primloner..Again refused to kill
Col. White, saying he bad done him
no wrong. T1his was on Saturd y.
PR180NERt TiiHREATE~NEi WiT H DEATii.
,Woiog,to Charleston,' an& *111 eretI
on Tuesday niorading. Whib j1pot
b4ck, if you he;detkill6d fal8 Witu
kill you." TM,1' th'dibon, tho
prisoner, on the folio ipg -oda
Dig6ij.about !1'0,' tj1.%r ,"tb " 'IN
kdpntibal rife givenrbyI'deret1 4?a
weqa,n.er T the blmeloootspisd,ib
CoIL oite that thqe laorifagi t't.
,ting in'has od room, Ar ',."Mga
w4dre th'e p isdnet toa d 10t lIm L
, o head or body, or anywhere else
i trds,oenatit4Q :thi. eidsm,ofth
b 841.fired lth ,the ijeahm
frg: ' dit16 i he
WhTito to be sitting ; "thait- th Gi'
Wh la etohe d ad
trTzi d VIoflwbiob' h led if
a f0w dys ; that prisoner, thereupon
tht W the gun i danAd
pa ed a mier qiu ugu,
au. the next,06rult-) ol.
Ivlite and co -_41,M'i;
THlE D AN' A ,
Th14t Col. WiAt9e'ai ved
audi forgave hildeld.6 6 was
a I luck-hearted villi 0 d shuuld
sy r for the crime. That Col. White
spo e to prisouer as a fa4thsr would
4pe~ tq. a, 4 p T.t I i f
tr ard J i9,
id*a6ped from the guard while they
wer bringing him to Charleston, and
fro that time has been at large in
0eu gia. That he be* suffered "W.*
tqareof consioeae as the' reNilf' 'of
the criin'e'- h'e Goinnfitted, 'ltif fl[
tiv r enjoyed p.a a d 60iydo'
hat, oti sMV.brA1 ooaslons id li6t
Iod subi6qrudqutlj,' le 41id f'
tate ment of ylopsPegor.
bunl plhi. M.r. , oga
eve aIrqsd iblee PliZ4ns o
)oorgia. at hie is,now twentyi.four
Per of age and west ygPteen at the
iue of Qi19 I urder. Ihat. he woqld;
1ave I apself,up long ago, and,
ufo me the relatives of Col. White,'
hat na soon as soon *b Bd*ea was ar
edted he wduld appear against him
n evidence, but did not dare do so
vhile Bowen was at large, from fear
)at Powen would kill him.
A warrant was issued against Bow.
n, but Sheriff Mackey was ill sever.
.1 weeks, and 'the, went 'ot6aripfor
tis health, and .i the me.an .ine
rimes had *Vn s thd
robe'out'' A I0ee4s t,or
est Bowen. Rti 'm's t'ots rested
util in the late eaypan, the News
md Courier renewed the charges
g,inst Bowen, and for this Capt. F.
V. Dawson, the editor and joint pro.
iriotQr, is on trial.
In this conneetiou it may be of in.
ureqt,o otr readors to hee what
ludge T. J. Mackey had to say of C.
. Bowen. This article appeared inl
he qharleston'NeWs on 18th Asagupt.
869 in answer to' charges inad
gaiu'st the writer by Bowen.
After admi'tting tha. I o was an
x-Cofoderate, Mr. Mackey (he was:
iot jqdge then,) says "In the courso
of thst service, [ performed no aot
knworty of a good soldier. or a man
But how stands -it with C. -C. Bow.
fn, whose na.meo, by a civic fiction,
mow lieurs the prefix -"H-onorable.?"
lIe is a New En~sgland man, born
anid reared in Rhiode Island, nsear the
very saltaur of Liberty. Ho entered
thu (Jonfederate army as a 'lienton.
ant of. -cavalry, and af!ter an
iWpominious career of -two yesars, he
a cashiered '(as I can show by the
o pial record before :ne.) for the
cam of forgory'/
It is aiso t rue that I was 'indi't'ed
with Gecn Walker on the coharge of
violatint g the.riaeutrality laws of the
JUnited States, abut I have yet to
iearn that t-hip $ap .Il detrapt
from my stassding -* e 'gentleman.
(simtediately after mny t'rial and ae
gjnittalod' Lat chiarge, I wvas appoint
ed by the authoritites at Warhsington
as examiniser of United States surveys
f6r Kansas and Nebraska,.
I was not,a olerk, bua he examiner~
eof"' a,oounts, in. the . Freed men's
Bure'au, and in that capaoity I be
oapne aeqVainted with the evidence
op which (C. C. .Bowenuwes. arrested
and cospmted:a to ,pripoo . by Gen.
Siekl,es,on the iehar'ges of. strEAar.N
UoxieY -from the f.,eed men. It is
(rud that I we.s priveto scoretary <to
Gov. 8eot t, the same gallant soldier
and ~orthsy gentleman whore duty it
bceas e, as assitant commissioner of
the Freme' Bureau for South
Carolina to have Blowen arrested
(for 8ALING) apd to make him,
through the military authorities,
4isgorge a large amount of his il
It is true that gag-,"well fkjoWuo
in Texas." i tuo duremer of 1865,
as acting United States,provost mar
l'tover 'wenty counties of that
tate,L ,ar.tted mapy criminais,
6ei pf 'whom wore executed' for the
episie of murdeggpfter s fair and imA
-parta41 trial, on far less evidence
than tha sd.dnood to prove that C.
(3 Bower. murdered Col. White, by
the hands of ahired assassin, in hit
bed-room at Georgetown, 8. 0., Isi
November 1864, for whio\ bloody
ke thO Igh of ble l060Mi0ied, aftal
.Pr soIbnf6hi Ou o bat'ha 6* ' "i
lTe etied Wis eher i 'deliv
i md'by Ih,U:tod.86sA eroekv
th Air OBVIl i11Chre tv , 18
1dP.di 'but: ti-uthful, stor
it a ed irme', to got 14o' 1
P Wi h0 'is Obtairtobr .
-- y came io the 'dity Wi 1859
V 6614 t a band of the lo*eit Ol
fitlers, aid soon algialicod
biit-b)&411) evultngaib$ sit
f(a .Wbd6eI T61W :46 ottbtfhmi
i t ;ll fM;4+6t0VOWekAS6b"1ld -
* Y ~,1, whore' thiE *d r6&%
td by ei oufterf geher
h *'IdotT[ u-rt'fa4lo
ads !The mbni6lpat1 dthe
f itsae b 10W hen
eabd'to W if the gIV01
his wIfe' dt'Lo'Cs H011 w1ir'oi i
ab addn0'd, -tAh # -00 1
ma roldsdle av althi i
fr: 14t,Ml ,edett i
inif 67061th-d ibthot'lid I4dity
ddftpgW&h1%t I Irosf o i
so- 914d.tibl Letghei, where, I
a f f ffty dollars, ho puta - throu
res !%tiosh,to slatidb good -14ppbul
can .%! ' .
I in true that I am president
the Union -6es uo"of ''Charlesti
the same vidiis t'hat subscrib
mo e a eaed -4y the, hr4 fal
oft 41a8 lbg po'who6ifly c01
pos it,g y4 dWen utati
ae aemprispoed In Castle//Pind
;0y OR p)f. -lzargeso,p ,tca,alng.
h Oh, ioh the' mo3bera of tl
Loa %iW .Ore"ld' 'belide nt'r,
fto 4i9 -plaObibli'- rdifoldntatio
and earnest. aproteitatione of. inn
beneo , : Th, fWetutions &e Whl
mw , ofs w,ere, vaised -to d
nou 0thep ropsd,,A! pRtment
,1s hd',' W Ci6hid a 0e9)Iset ,
'9f,t ih(o0q idni tb -WgifiWe. ti
polit oai treachery of Senator F. .;
Saw er 4nd.Q. Q 11.B . Surely
,did ot,require "a ,fee of dollare
to in u' uie to'stp rt au4i resl
Itlisworthy of nbte that Unit<
States Senator Sawyer, who id n4
Bow4n'is bosom friend and oe. ounspi
ator,!was charged by Hjwen, on oati
in July..1868, with, having oonami
ted Lyo crime of periury in takir
the iron.olad oatth-a oharge whi<
I b!ave thus briefly glanood*at ti
..riminal history of this "lRnorab
Representative from South Carolin
It is to be hoped thatjustioe will y,
"And put In every 'honest hand n' wh
To lath xlie rasoal nakod through il
ST.J. M ACKW.
Charleston, A ugust '10, 1869.
A Spellig Mlateh.
To the young people who are co
templa-ting a spelling tiatoh .n ti
city, %we suggest the following as i
The first word offered is said to 1
the -longest word in 'theN Fpglish In
guag, used often in old pla1ys, al
placed ih the mouth of qotird, Vl
clown, in "Love's Labor o" a
e, scene 1, "Honsori 'osbilitud'inital
TP1-0 neat 'i "PIlg:rims #f tV
Rthine,"~ by 15ulwor, "Aworontvbul
The neat from Rabelsis, "'Aot
Theb next is, the name of an o4Ro
now in Madrid, Don ,Jhan Nopomz
cene d-e Dut4on agonatoreoagagre a4g
'i''he neat is a town in the Is-le
The next, "Juanget.rauon.imm1
P d I .y p brastlcoontinomi.nega londu
tion" asre two words that recent-ly n
peared ina the London Timed a
'The names of two productions
ossudho phattoperist errlsktuoenopt a
Th is last word is the longest
any lang uage. It may be found
the "EkkItloasouaai" of Aristopha
Death em tht Trait.
A man died in a car on the Pje
mont Air Line liailroad, 'Ir d
night, strortly alter 'the train l
A tlanta. The niadie of the gentl
man was AMexdnder (Osr, of ew'a
N. J,, and ht wa returning .fr<
Florida, whit her be bad ,gone for I
health. H is disease was consuty
tion, and he died ho quietly,' 1I
brother, who ws'aditting on the s<
.beside him, did not discover it un
he wa's perfectly stiff and cold. 'I
brother of the deoeased took
onrpse on North Irat niahit for int
W At rA. Tilto Will Say.
Tb4 rumors in alroulation that Mrs.
Tilton, unless called to testify, will
publigh a' sworn ktateient denying
the ObArgo of adUltery, appear to be
well foundedi ;16 is- now further al.
legO Ihat in such tatomeut she will
admit having had conversations with
biss Anthony, Mrs. Bradshaw, and
Atheis, in which she said eertain un.
bruthful tOinga concering her inti.
i$oy With Mr. Beecher, but deelared
bhat glo did so for a specific purpose,
whi .she fully explail. It is in
this view tht her evidence is sought
by. thd Aefence. By such a statemen'
ihs1entiipates the testimony of all to
whom.ahe mAde .cofession of a guil
by intercourse, and robs that testimo..
my of its force by alleging good rea.
gons fbr thus delibarately prevarics,
Yeryllad Prospect in the West.
8T. Louto, April 24.-Roports
roin the 5tat show f of the Fall
Nhoat crop lost. There will be half
in Ayveragi of,the oat erop. Coru
Ni be planted.-The peach crop of
lissouri and Arkanusa has been near.
y destroyed. -Apples and pears are
ainured. The wheat in Indiana Is
)adly:i4jured. Rye and barley crops
ire also ohort. Crops in Kansas are
n4 flne oond1tion..--Wleat in Michi.
,aq is badly injured. Nebraska
orobpeots are fiattoing.-Wisoonsit
ats al.d barley are badly injured.
he prospect for Wintet wheat in
linois is very discorageing, mavy
hoa4fields being plowed for oorn.
Fire snd Legg or LITO.
A IegVe -cabin was buraed 4ows
uthli plntation of Mr. J. 0. Hi.
q.r on ,ast Friday pvenipg, and a
dl:lod "Obild about one year old
orpehe gdi ie lamues. The lre is
appeod to have oaught a straw
iattos . and. in a few mements
rqd over th whole building. The
1Id woo blowing ve y hard .at the
Inquirios as to the position or con
ition of the overland mnaila, delayed
y breake on the Union Psoi0o Rail.
>at. -are .unavaiv-ing. Neither the
Dneral superintendent of the road
Dr the postoffiGe .o1i0ials re able to
ive the 4lightest idea as to whore
e delayed mai Is are, .or when they
.ni be eirpectoid to -ot tbrough.
-8: 0 40~*- -- --
Paul Boynton did not quite sae.
3ed in swritom'iag across tle British
hannel from) Dover to Bologne.
Vben wIithin.eight miles of the Freouh
3ast darltness -came on and -tho sea
as very rough ; the lpi4ot irefuseod
tie .rsponsibility of guiding him
irtbor, and he was taoen 4n board
be presso steamor, much againet his
'ill. The valte -of his life-eying in
ention woems to be -woll .estaldlished.
The locatioa of the yacht Ella
LOna, recently sonk in -Charleston
arbor, by which three young men
st .their lives, has been discovered.
kivere will be sent to recover the
odies of the lost. Colonel Sarvis,
ho was on beard, and who came
ear losing his lide, is slowly recover
ig. lHe had an arm broken.
.8tabbig slir'ys arcebecoing fe-.
ueset in Anderson-two. occurred
here last week., 'between A.bner
lowell and---Magoba, in ~wih
be latter was fatally inJured - and
VJm. Pack nedl hugh P'oor, the latte
"F'raoe out so:Pe 4Dero pancalfest'
rained Wm. Mel4rff, as 'he sat at
table ina Kansas City, and as the
~aIter *ouildu%4 prance 'em, Mr..
d uff split his ear with a Bowle
On 8atcrday last the steameh4p
harleston, for New York, took 8,
'G5 crates vegetables and ab-out.5,000
rates,- straw berries, a nd, the steamu
hip Equator, for Philadelphiia., had
23 crates g.nsen pea~s ; all from the
:ardens aroundi Charleston.
They are harvesting thie barley
crop in California, but yet that is no
reasota why a Michigan mtana should
be discouraged from repairing his
idewalk 'and payingb hs grocor's bills.
We cat''s all live an California. and
News. girls are boeoming nupnsrous
a New Yir)gand thireatocr to drive
he boys ou,t'of the l>usiness.
*A mian of larMe experience says his
ecquaintance would filli a cathedral,
but a pulpit would 'hold his friends.
l'here arc sixty-three widows in
orsailles, Kentucky, and the stran
gcr-who passes thirogh the town is
told to run for his- life.
The importance of.a single vote was
ogain illustrated by the election, re
ocely, of a Democratic Mayor in
Liancaster, 0 sio, by one majority
The New York TIiu.es sa3s Senat.o
Eaton, of Connecticut, was wound iu
Bavid Di - on CottiPlatig.
W. The f0owing .ih Jcopi9d from a
.V "Troatibo on Agriouj,kur44. kpayid
4113 DiOkson, Sparta, (IA.' - ork tbat
should be in the[kda'of 'oVry far.
ofnbr. The premium otton crop, ex
it h'Ibited tt heStato Fair, II -Aeorgia,
in 1869, of eighteen. bales on it
lt acres, wa 0utiYeoted according to
ai Mr: Dickson' pn:
bi ' . Lay off 6tt -roE' fp6r 'feet
oF' ' rt 1rithA e114Vl pic, ovdoubals "fdr
9M . 9t and,:pub. in" fortilheu* eight
'Ischis deep. - -
R.aioge ,wth lop epoter, five
4b ido,ies wid. .Make ' he boas with
14'rt'p16Wb, &soiu the % $ lw fdr'
of o ;splt dut' tliol iles Iwith
ri, yliovsh , Plant with a ebt'baiseed
ly 'oMr, aqA. .qvctr wiOU - a bord.; or
in ,Zrat pQwipg-fun 22 inch 'Swoop
re- wit right'ingttrar6ed' d6wn* hoo
>rt out to twooV.tbree.stalki to the - hill
et , y qry ninei. i nuol t onl .days after
plowing. Spcond Jowig-1-use amo
toep, th'e right wing turnod Up. a
'dr itil'inpri.' Tird plowibg in same
gh way# run athird furrow 'i iiiddl .o
1 4,Qqttnotsn ing thick . !ii the
of Vrill rilOe azPuqh wore , forward in
a ma1 ring.
S 4 t y- . rdquires distanoe
de one'w a;y l : - .
a. Bo carefal not to cut tho roots
re of lton, , *I, . ,
le "9O Wavra doqp water. furrow in I
k. the 8priig'; work flat by. hot weath.
-a er. -
io 7. On level-lad run the rows eorth
ie and'southu -
rii - ., q. ptto.9 plant,s to, st anda twp,
a- weaks drouth'% uust haivo four ipches
Ih soil khd ii i inelfe ''usoil ; throo
0 wool d"six iidhas soil t6d name sub
Df soi four: weeks+-Vight -inobos - and.
r'th6 atne sp oilAng.i..D , ;'. f,i
io - '9. Ifu U.pqp.gg your iJpd as
L& oarr4 out this p an*well, and minure
it libe liy, you i'a expoct' froni I4r
" hun red 6ie thousand' poWids- iof
1- lint -itton io thq:adro i ' - ,
o10 Firtilizers bring a crop of bols
Ad on the cotton early
w 11. To imuprov thile 'o0tto.n ,ph..n.;
r. select seed every ye.r i& ter the 'Ii-ri d
picking, up to the nriddle of Oto.1 b
' bar, taking the beat stalks and the r
best bolls on the a-.lka.
g 12. On all farms th.cre are -ome
i acres that produoo.oot6on better than g
others. Seed should always ibe so- t
e looted from those spotq,.
lo 13; M4nure everywhere you iplow
I. and plaIt, You,r labor will :be wore
t -cortainly rewarde4. It pays to umo 0
manure, and -it pays best on land that C
pays best without it.
14. From the lt(th to tho 20th of 0
April Is the best timo to plan .cot. -
15. Apply one-half of aU -labor f
and land to the making of full sup- t
plies.of a,ll kinds that.are needed ot
the farm, and .enough to spare for v
those, engaged':io other pqrsuits, and
i you will h%vo more money than-if the
whole was.omployed in maling cot
16. Leave no grass to bunch and, I
cause a futrnre bad 4tpnd.
-117. Plow ootto every three weeks 1
A; and let the hoes como ton days ibe.
10 hind, learing it perfe tly.
-18. Continue plowing -cotten t,illi
the 45th or 20th of Augusts Once
li Or'twige during the season shove out,
the middle with a furrow, to keep 'the g
'1$. The plowsing' of cotton requires I
'onue and a f'ourth days per acre. t
20. 'Cotton plant oomence when
er small to take on and pqature boll., d
. 'an continue until they .exh.ast the
e- lolub.leiatter.ef exhaust the full
'capaoity of the Iaat4. Two stalks
will do that nmuch eooner tipan one a
,, and will so avoid ,the deputh, ester .
21.Cotenwilt grow' after . etton
a' num.ber of years in agooebsion, with
id p$en'ty of' nanure.
a.--22. Mlake just the amoupt of cot.
ton you want,.at plying prices. Keep ~
on't of debt, be the oreditors, mako (
your supplies at home ; then and I
.only then wall- yeu have power.
23.RoAtonof crops, deep and i
deeper plowing every year, inacor
ofporation of vegetable mold, return
ing the proces of the cotton pile,t
,exeept the lint, to the soll, making
.as stuch manure s possible, coni
. prCs my system of inmproving lands.
24. One object in cuitivatiop is,
okephesurface broken,.go s .to
in lot in light, heat. Md air, ,Never
in sop he powsforda.y ,we.thber.
a. 25. 4ypoicy hqs been . t9 mna e
temoat money with the,lest labor
and eapital, even if it appeared to lie
26., The cotton planter shoulM
d.. make hi #910 supplies, everyttinog
my tieAsary to ran the farm..
ft The B3u'al Ex,Ths s~ays that
Ge Oo'ge- Washington: eould't "spell
k*?d oot'* and Apoll It'ehtl butt thea,
'mX bang itetimes have ohanged,, and ones
ye. ight spell "doorP41 btbi life -and
P' have no shows of being a WVashinagton
'at Mark Twain pays taxes on nearly
til $90,000, and that's where the laugh
be comes in. However, if he had been
he an ambitious man he would h.ive
er-1 nlsrne I ri:' foer q livina ins .L~m af