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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
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ITHS EMPEEOB'B CONCESSIONS -TES Kt
TMPfflrT?Ti BUAliL TALiK OK THE Silt
PABIA, July 13.-As predicted in
diapatciree, the Emperor yields hia ?
the demand of the legislative body, ?hf
of -whi eb has been already stated. Nc
in tbe Ministry bas yet been an noun
the reorganisation of thc Cabinet \
.hort UM ia certain. Thron* ho at ?
ofthis orish? the Emperor h*? exhibit e<
cutiax tact and shrewdness. j B?inrita
all tbedepatie?iri the Corps L?gislatif
ner and soiree ai St, Cloud this week.
chatted playfully with many Or th?
shad?s of opinion, gu lng expression I
ot those piquant sayings so attrac
Fr*ncBmen. For instance, to 000;' b;
he had boen t*ken_hy the button-hole J
. "Ah? Monsieur Buffet, yon mean
hold of my coat for fear I may pull bael
[J ; -To a group of several, with whom
ctinversing OB the situation, he said :
'-You. begin to treat me like the old
the fable, trying; to ont ray paita and ts
my teeth, aad tearo me no iring bat my
whian J? cons i fl 9?d. harmless. '' '
TO others ha said : aa
. "Th? elections prove clearly that J
choose between the Empire and re vc
Between neither system can indi vi rh
Bet np." To others he said : "I will g
satisfaction J? t^e^beral^wir^titw
, - . part i es, but h a ve deaided" to oeaee COD oe
at;t h ?boundaries prescribed in the 00
i tfon.'* rLtA r> il '
While the Emperor's condo, i for th
few day B is regarded ?iadro/ti ?t liai
sidered likely to stop agitatio 1 for furthc
cessions and reform.. ,- . ..
Tho Th wira parsydt em mg the message
Emperor '?ai?stactory, hav ? withdrawn tb
The Debata to-day. ccjmmqatiDg on ti
Utica] reforma p?^e?l',by. ;the Em]
IDg, andnDjust hpt tob??^iai?ox^
peror'e conoctfirtowsy' - .?' ?on -'^ ?w
It ia offlcially: announced tfy^ihe .Senat
be convoked fat AoRost fid. Tho seas!
the Corps; L?gislatif will ' be immediately
rogued and resignations ot ministers aooe
hst they contraire- to hold office until th?i
-eossora are appointed* ._
. THE. COSES TXCraLATTF, FB0BOG?EE.
' PABTS, July 16.-Schneider to day, af 1
?tormy scene, proTOOTO^:^C?|pa Legis
1 SPAIN- POBMAT?Olf OF ? NEW MI (OS mi
toman), Joly 15.-A new Ministry baa
I formed as follows : President and Minist
I War, Prim; Marine, Admiral Topete; 8
I S?vela; Interior, Sagosu;,Agriculture, 1
I gar ay ; Finance, Ardan ez ; Jae face, Zo alla; <
ni ea, Becerra. -
. Cab'e news received from Fou ch al st
that a Republic had been proclaimed in
debra., Troops have been dispatched f
Cadini u : . '
^ TBS zahus aro SCH QOM HON.
LONDON, July 15.-Tao. Catholic prieetl
will decline the .glebes'; Fjrst, bec an so 1
are opposed to the diedpline af the Chit
and secondly because they consider it an
air equal ?aution bajar san the rengl?n a bod
oreo if odmissi hie up ier Ch ur ch regula ti or 1
i ACHTE! K-CONVICTION OT BISHOP UNE.
VIE??NA, Joly 13.-Bishop Linz haa b
ooarioted ? borato tho awd-eonit_Jai ntam
do .Innes subversive of pubhn xjrdBr, and a
toneed to three months' imprisonment.
jBM IMWin avaTJOonK '
ST. PIESSE MJO?J?XLS, July 15,-Tbe Oot
cable waa Bpliced to-day, the instruments 1
operators . sent aehorov avid dp?mtl?i? ac
opened with Brest. _ .
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THE CHINESE LAE OE ?OSTENTIC
MBMPHTS, TENN., July 1$.-The Chinese ]
bor Convention aasembled at ll o'clock, att
Greenlaw Opera Bouse. It was ca??d to ore
by "VY, H. Cherry, Pr?sident of the Chambos
Cornmarc?. Ajjtar prayer bj, the Be?. ft
Twggle, Mr. Charles EortoM waa ohoaentei
po rar y chairman, and responded rn a brfef a
dress, settmz forth the objects of the coe ve
| tien, and the groat necessity for cheap labor
. developing the resources ot the country.
Colonel Irons dale was appointed tempera
secretary, and a committee of one from eat
State represented was appointed on permsoe
organization. Colonel J. W. Clapp, of Mei
phis, then delivered an exhaustive address, i
which ho denied that the object of the mee tu
I wis antagonistic to white or black Wbor, bi
I . >-owed that in England-the proportion of ar;
[ waa six acres to every laborer, while in tl
[ oleren Benth ern'States-it was i wo hrmclre i at
The Committee on Permanent Organizatio
reported tor permanent chairman ex-Governc
lsham Qi Hams, of Tennessee, wnp, on taMn
the chair, made a brief speech, Baying the
had met tor action, not for t?bring. Alon
hat of Tice presidenta and seers ta?es waa ri
ported and confirmed.' A* committee of five
composed of Judge Sutton, of Louisiana;'<j
A. Henry, of Alabama;" Robertson Tapp, 0
Tennessee; T. C. 'Flournoy, of Arkansas, iou
8. Peers, of Mississippi, on order of business
was next appointed. . .. .., .?
After some unimportant proceedings, ti?
latter committee reported tbe following as tb<
order of business:' '
First. The appointment of a committee tc
consider and report upon the moat practicaba
meaos of inducios labor from China and In?
dis-a population best suited to the climate
Of this committee J. W. Clapp waa appointee
Second. Tbe appointment of a committee
1 on transportation, finance and immigration.
A telegram was received from St. Louis, day
log Eoopman Snoop would be bera to-morrow.
The convention then adjourned to ten o'clock
lo-morrow. The meeting was very large, sad
representa the capital of the Southwest. D ele?
gated are cou unually arri vin g.
ST. LOOTS, Joly 13.-Ko pm an Snoop, the
coohe contrat:or, from San Francisco, lett here
thia afternoon to attend tbe Memphis Conven?
tion. Be tays the Chinamen who are "now on
the Pacific coast are receiving as mnch or
more in the way of monthly wagea than they
can hope to get in the Southern States, sud
that the demand which the Mempnis Con
1 vent ion is about to inaugurate must bo met
by new importations of coolies aired from
Asia, if ihe wages fixed upon at Memphis be
aatiafactory, be wal engage to enter at onco
opon tbe business of bringing them across the
Pacific Ocean and thence direst to the Southern
AUOOSTA. July 15.-The crops are tonering
from intenso heat and drong ti.
'Tvho m ves i gatton in Turn ?.'s case ab Macon
toa been po tponed till Friday, awaiting th?
tB tocase o? wiwass^. j
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, Joly 15.-The President and
family, the Postmaster-Genera] and wife, and
ex-Secretary Borte, left this evening in the
Tallaoobea for Long Branob.
William C. Vernon wich has been appointed
collector of revenue for Mississippi, vice Willis,
The President to-day issued a proclamation
designating tbs 30th of November for the Tote
on the constitution adopted by the Austin,
Texas, convention on the 15U> Jone. No ex?
ceptional ela uses are to be voted on. The votes
to be for and against the constitution solely.
. ' She. District Attorney and the Marshal af
New Yrjrk bs ve been severally instructed at
any and ail hagards to enforce' the neutrality
laira and break up expeditions against Cuba;
They ara wa powered- to call on the ai my and
naval forces, and carry out tba iaw to prevent
hostile, expeditions. General McDowell and j
the admiral in charge of the New Tork navy
yarn nae been directed to respond to any call
made io pursuance af the above instructions
Henry L. Joues has been appointed receiver
of public monier at New Orleans.
Michael Vidal, ot Loni ai an a, has been ap?
pointed commissioner on toe part ol the Uni.
ted Bute? tor the j adjustment of claims with
Peru. , _ ,
Regarding the Yerger case, among j arie ts
there is but one opinion as to the law. Yer
ger,though he may be guilty of crime and de?
serving of punishment, is not tried by a com
pet en t tribunal. The military commission now
trying bis case bas no more jurisdiction than
the police court in London. Judge Chase will
probably so decide if the case be presented be?
fore him in anon a form ?a ta give hms oppor?
tunity to go over the whole ground. -
: m- . ' '? r-?A I
SPAHNS PROM THE WIRES.
It is ?Sid that WV N. Sanford, defaulting
cashier of the Central National Bank of New
York, left Boston last week for Europe. ,
" The stoam gunboats Severn, Har'ford, Was
ponda, Detroit and 8wa tara, are rapidly fitting
ont at the New York -Navy Yard, for ?nrrrediate
* Eleven indictments have been ' found by the
grand jury in New Tork City ?ga in st promi?
nent bankers and brokers for viol a ti ne the
usury laws. The arresta w?l probably be made
NewMexiooodvwes state that abe Indian*
ara still troublesome on the Santa Pe mail
route. The crops ara good. None of the new?
ly appointed Indian agents have yet armed in
A Helena, Montana, dispatch Bays that Wells,
Fargo &Co.'s coach was robbed at Moreno
Station of seven thousand dollars is gold.
. THE S TA TR TAXES.
Be a Ulai t Moving In Opposition to tate
BEACTOXT, 8.0., July 12,1869.
13 ?HB EDITOB OF THE NEWd.
Like the rest of the State, we, down here,
are deci edly provoked at the recent style
of doing things m Columbia on this tax busi?
It ls very generally believed, conceded and
understood that Governor Scott and his clique
have an interest in a large amount of State
bonds. The question then is this : Is not a
State's bouda worth more when that State has
a large amount of property with a email rate
of taxation and a limited quantity of bonds out
than ono just the opposite?
Is not the fifty per cent, added^o county
valuations at Columbia done to increase the
pri?e of Scott & Co.'a bonde m New Tork?
Will you admit that the county assessors know
less, about the property they look at than, the
Equalization Board at C-, who never gazed at
the property ? .
Article. 3, Section 88, of the State Cone ti ta?
tton distinctly gaye : "AU taxe? upon property
shall belaid upon the actual value of the prop?
erty taxed, as the same shah be ascertained by
an assessment made for the purpose oi layiog
Buob tax. Now i Want to know if they have
any right at Columbia to add any'percent, to
the assessment made by sworn assessors ?
We are- determined here; to. finn S "ring"
and employ legal counsel to test the matter.
Give us, through the in odium af your live
sheet, all the points .of interest you can from
different counties what they propose doing.
AFFAIRS IN THE STATE.
The Darlington Democrat says : "We sre
suffering for rain, and our bright hopes of a
good crop are gradually vanishing before this
comtouod spell of dry weather."
The Press says : ' Since our jBeho we
haye feeen blesaeo; wit? refreshing showers,
which h?ve extended over many parts of our
county that were in great need of rain. Com
and cotton is now looking fine, and bid fair to
make anaoundant yield.
The Advertiser says: "Among the horses
that have already arrived at Sara ORA to parti?
cipate in the August meeting, are Colooel T.
G. Bacon's C ?rsican, a three year old c f. by
Bulletin, a three year old b. c., and a wo year
old by the celebrated imported Australian out
of own sister to Idlewild."
G. M. Girardeau, Esq.. has be9U appointed
magistrate for Newberry County.
Mir. Pink Harris, while returning to his
home on Friday night last, received a shot from
some person ?oknown. We are lotormed that
he was wounded in the abdomen, bot is doing
Last Saturday afternoon, Willie Hi sor at?
tempted to shoot'at John W. Wicker. Mr. Ed?
ward Christian, standing near, caught the pis?
tol and directed the ball in another direction,
bat received a slight wonud in his left band.
Mr. T. P. Greueker, editor of the Newberry
Herald, who has been for Beveral moutts IQ
delicate health, has been constrained to VI?H
Glenn Springs, in the hope that he may recov?
er his wasting energies.
The-Herald says: ''The interminable and
irrepressible drought com??nee. 'Ibo heavens
are as brass and the earth as iron. The past
few days were if anything hotter than ever.
Gardens are exhausted. ? O d corn that has
been v ell-worked, can stand a few days longer,
and will do well with a generous rain. Bm
that which has. nut been worked SJ wen .8
twisting up and dying at the tassel. Cotton
holds its own finely. The weeds aud gras* aie
dead, and with a fine rain cotton will flouribh
nicely."_. . _ _
THE EXECUTION OF AN AAUJUOAN IN CUBA
The tollo wm g is the last letter of Albert Wyeth,
telegraph operator, formerly of Harrisburg,
Pa., who was captured among others lrom on
board the Grapeshot, in Cuba :
Santiago de Cuba. June2l.-Enhene Costner,
New York-Dear Gene : Good-bye ! 1 wdi be
shot at seven o'clock this moruiug. Ii is no?
three A. M. I waa sentenced apout ttte re
o'olock last night. I have jost been baptized
in the Cathode chapel here and will paBs the
few hours ot life that > et remain to me with
the good priests. Toll Genrge Diven and
Newell, ai.d ail my other friends, of my fate.
AU woo came on the vessel have been Bhot.
lhere are turee otlieia wlio were with me on
the vessel, who die with me. Xhero is no
hope whatever, and be assured von wiU never
see me again on earth. My love to Newell and
Geo ge and all the rest. P.ease send my
trun i and contents to my motuor, Mrs. E. J.
Wyeth, Chambers ours, Pa. Good-bye 1 Be
prep aed to meet, me io Heaven, whither I trust
I am going. Tour friend till the las ,
THE GERMAN JUBILEE.
The City of Baltimore Flooded with
Singen-Tao Great German Scenger
fest- nagnlficent Tnrnont tn tb?
Street*-rom Boston KoUe, ?tili Stott
and sore, X took a Hide to Baltimore"
The Prize Singing.
The Baltimore papers are Siled with account e
of the progress and incidents of the great fes
lirai of the Northeastern Bm gerbund. The
procession, on Monday, was the grandest ever
witnessed in Baltimore. Not less than , ten
th ons and persons were in the lice ot march,
and the papeant consumed over two hoars tn
passing, a given point. The procession waa
composed of bix divisions, embracing the mili?
tary', at the head of which was a squid of cav?
alry, preceding Governor Bowie and bis staff;
the second division, headed by Mr. Steinbach,
President of the Northeastern S?ngerbund;
Mr. Ax, the honorary President of the festi?
val; speakers and representatives of Ger?
man societies m Europe in fonr-horse car?
riages. Next the Social Democratic Turners,
followed by twenty-nine societies from New
fork City and neighborhood. The Mozart
Haennerchoir led, and the other societies fol?
lowed in the order of their seniority. The third
ii vie i on was led by the Turnverein Torwaerts,
jf Baltimore, Mayor Banks, the City Council,
me Committee of Invitations, the officer* of
toe steamer . Berlin of the Baltimore and Bre?
men Une, the City Poli-e Commissioners in
images, and twenty-two societies of the
Philadelphia Special Bund-eighteen being
"rom Philadelphia, two from Beading, one from
Lancaster, and one from Wilmington, DeL
The societies af this division were headed by'
.ho Meannercboir of Philadelphia, die oldtst
uhguig society in America,having be.n organ
zed in 1835. f be fourth division was led bj the
independen t Tum verein, of Baltimore; flv? car
?iages with the Honorary Committee and the
baltimore societies.' rho fifth division was
jOOHMMd of representatives of the press, the
baltimore R fla Club, and members of the Con?
cordia and. of the Gei mania Clubs, all in car-;
i ages. - The erith division was ' composed of
he Honorary Committee in carriages, two
?utchers' societies on horseback, and the so
dety of bakers',' with an immense oven on a
.agon drawn by six horses. Baking was in
h 1 operation, and thousands of loaves of
?ead and oakes were distributed among the
! pe eta tors along the lice of moroni The supply
rt* Seltzer water ?as exhausted, and apprehen?
sions were at one time expressed that the lager
rould give out. In the line <f march the
ixion Society carried a beautiful banner, on
me side of which was the following stanza:
"From the Boston noise, still sick an! sore,
. I rook a ride to Baltimore;
? WaWN they, eeevery one mar see, -
Kow hola what if a j ubik e."
The tdher side exhibits a quartet of frogs
riving aaconcert, the stork presiding as their
eader, a herring and a lager beer barre;. A
pretzel was suspended from the banner.
The Baltimore correspondent of the New
fork Sen, writing on Sunday last, says:
Somebody says that Jost as water boils at
212 degrees Fahrenheit, BO all human affections
svaporato at ninety, and a man will foreswear
bis own brother at ninety-fire in the shade. I
used to think this might be so, but now I don't
believe it. lhere are two thousand German
singers here, and they go about the streets
Locked arm in arm, and greet eaoh other with
isiomshing bursts of affection, and all the
.rate the thermometer marks a hundred in the
jorch of the hotel. In facti' Baltimore ' is one
rreat-bone-boiling establishment, for the heat
strikes into a mao's very marrow, and
?very individual brick piares at one like a
red eyed Polyphemus. Tue, Germana do
lot mind it. They are happy. They go
ibout the streets in Bquads and bands, always
>n the sunny Bide, moat of them dressed in
Drown linen coats with large wet splashes of
Boistnre on the back. With them perspiration
s happiness. Perspiration and Bong, I should
iay. for they are irrepressibly vocal. They
gather in little squads in the public parlors
ind in private parlors, and m their several
rooms, where, by reason of tb heat, they re
luce themselves to about the dreas of the En
rlish blondes and fan themselves and Bing
solos, duets, trios, quartets, and choruses are
extemporized at the shortest notice, and from
.arly morning till long past midnight the
itraics of Fatherland are heard floating
.brough all the corridors of the great hotels.
THE QATHAB1SG OF THE CLASS. '
But to begin at the beginning. Most of the
New Terk societies came on br special train on
Saturday. To go through the care one would
suppose that he bad suddenly jumped ont of
imerica and into the middle of Germany. Oar
lifter car of the long train was oiled with Ten?
ions. They are not a tacit urn race, and the
tir was filled with "Oohs" and "Ichs," and all
.he other gutteral combinations of their strong,
lonest, sturdy language. The only man that
seemed to have au English tongue m his head
ras the conductor, who doubtless regretted
hat hu education hod not camed him also
nto tne German classics.
DEc'oiu nox o? THE arri. ?.
To-day tho city is car with buuting. Flags
ire everywhere, and most conspicuous of all is
.he striking flag of the North German Con?
federation, ?hieb is seen in aU the stree'a-a
iricolor of white, red and black. The citizens
lave very generally complied with the request
)f the authorities to decorate theil bouses,
md the effect is of hospitality and recogni?
tion. The hotels at which the principal so
rietiea are quarter d have received special
ittention. The Liederkranz is at the Eut aw
House, and the Arion atBarnums. and the pil?
lars of these hotels are wound with everg. cen,
?heir balconies hung with crimson cloth tn tum?
id with golden fringe, and the fronts festooned
nth Chinese lanterns. The citizens stand all
lay oppo-ite in admiring groups, especially
;he colored citizens to whom ? be brilliant cou
irasts ot the red and gold and the flaunting
tod Bovel flags, seem to afford eminent satis
PEBFOBHAKC3 OF THE 0BAT0BI0.
On Sunday evening the "Messiah" was given,
[t was curious to bear the famous old cborusis
n the German dress. For instance, that no?
lle one with whioh the seccnC part ot the ora
.ono commences, "Behold the Lamb ol God."
ras hardly itself as "Bich, das ist Gottes
[t was an affair of the Baltimore sincrete.
Four hundr id, it was advert?s d, would ung in
it. Oue handled sc: nal y did. The orchestra
ras quite small, and was not supported by any
>rguu. The bali was about three-fourihs full.
Lt was noticeable thai hurdiy one ol tho two
ihousaud members of tho bro igor bund in town
iVL-i c present. The solo pan 3 wero tukcu by
Mesdames Rotter and Fredcuci, and Messrs.
dimmer and Hermanns, uli weil kuowu to yoi
n New York.
A HIGH COMPLIMENT.
The Queen's Letter to Slr. Peabody on
the occasion of his Departure.
It wiU be remembered that Mr. Georgo Pea?
body lett England ven unuxpo teaiy, and ?ith
3Ut allowing his proposed departure to be
known, save by a tew intimate friends. But
tbe tact of his embarkation and of his ex?
tremely feeble bi-altli lound its way into the
English jiurual?, and came to the knowledge
ol her Majesty, who gave immediate expression
tc ber feelings in tho following autograph uote,
which i is stated nau been received by Air.
Peabody within a few days pan.:
"?Windsor Vaille. June 20 1869.-The Queen
tsvery sorry tba. Mr. Peabody's Budden de?
parture has mado it impossible- for her to Bee
bim before he left langland, and shu is con
cerneo to hear that he is gono in bad health.
She now writes him a hue to tx press uer hope
that he m y retutu to this couutry quite recov?
ered, and inat she may tben have thc oppor
luuity, of which she is now deprived of seeine
bim and offering hun her personal tuanks for
all be has done ferber people."
lue note was irausmittfld br Mr. Arthur
Helps, tue olera of the fr ivy Council, who adda
that tbe Qjeea also commanded bi n "ti be
ture and cuarge Mr. Piaoouv to report him
Beit on bis leturn io Eaglaurl." Iho letter is
throughout in the handwriting of the Queen,
OUR CREDIT ABROAD.
The Kngllsh Cotton Bond bolder
The third report of the Committee of C
Bondholders has been issned. It review
.question of the position of those o!aimi
concludes as follows:
Of one thine, however, your comm i tte
assured, no British Government or Hot
Commoni will ever, unless our ohums
been pronounced by an impartial triont
be invalid, sanction the pf y nw crt of any
ages, committed by the Alabama to Ame
citizens,., without setting cn* and de di
therefrom., the value of the cotton hyp
cated by a de facto government as sec uri
British subjects tor money advanced; esp
ly as'the United 8tates Government has
seased itself of the assets of the Confed
States, a Dd appropriated them to its own
and by an act of arbitrary power, ind,
. trixy io ever? principle of international
compelled the Southern States to r?pudi?t,
contract legitimately made with British
j certs. Tour committee cannot refrain
doing an act of justice to the Sonto ern s
by emphatically expressing their coori*
that but for the express interdict of the
gress of the United States, where they an
represented,' their legislatures and pc
would have, and will, if permitted, hohoi
acknowledge and pay the cotton loan,
forced repudiation of which constitutes ox
th? ebie' grounds of complaint against
Uuited States. Tour committee with
row point out the beary blow this r
diation. although forced bas bad on the cree
tbe Southern States in Europe, and they
mention'' a tact in corroboration of
cruel injury , done to th m, viz : when the
nungtOn and Manchester Bailway Coznj
sent a very able agent to England to nego<
a small loan for that railway, aud offered to
cotton loan bondholders terms winch w
virtually have been an exchange cf ?200,
minston mortgage bonds for ?100 cash
?100 Confederate cotton b rads, ex the ovoi
interest, the negotiation entirely failed,
because the cotton bond holders doubted
security offered, but they fe ?re J that M
they had completed tbe transaction the Un
State? Congress would hive oom cw J led
Wilmington and Manchester Bailway tori
diaie it nuder pain of ae'Zing the railway,
tn us have inflicted further lons on those
had taken* their bonds. J he consequence
been -that all pecuniary as-ist ance from I
land, to ?nable tbe Southern 8tates to de ve]
their resources, has been virtually suspend
W?arf li Means-Flirting Viewed ft
Various Standpoint*-Tbe Differ
mauls of FUxts.
[Tram the Saturday Be view.) ,/': 1
There are certain things whicn eau nevei
accurately described-things so shadowy,
fitful so dependent on the mood of the mom!
bothm the audience and the actor,- that am
sis and representation are equally at fault. I
flirting ia one of them. What is Hirtin
Who can define or determine ? It is more
rio aa than talking nonsense, and not so aern
aa ff sling love; it ia not chaff, and it ia j
feeling; it means something more than in?
terence, and yet something lesa than affect ii
it binds no one, it ?ommita no one, it o
raises expectations m tbe individual, and s
society on the look ont for results; it is a pli
thing in the banda ot the experienced, fra
deadly weapon against the breast of the i
wary; and it is ? thing so ragne, so protei
that the most accurate measuter or mo
raines would be puzz.ed to B?y where it era
ends and where serious intentions begin. I
again we ask, what is flirting? what cont
tutea ita essence ? what makes the differer
between it and eba ff on the one hand, and
and love-making on the other? Has it a <
mutative power, and, according to the old ss
mg of rnany a little making a mickle, dosi
long series of small flirtings malo op a ci
crete whola ot lore? orin, lt tilca aa anon
tared neap of bncK?, possibilities of otilitj
i conditions were cbahged. bnt valueless
thin gs are ? The man who would be abb?
reduce flirting to a definite science, who con
analvzo its elements and codify its laws, won
be doing infinite service to bis generation; b
we fear that this would be as difficult as fin
ing the pot of gold under the end of a rai
bow, or catching small birds with a pinch
salt. Every one has his or ber own ideas
wbat constitutes flirting; consequently evei
one judges of that pleasant exercise accordii
to individual temperament and experienc
Faded flowers, who see impropriety in ever
thing they are no longer able to enjoy, say, wi
more or less severity, that Henry ind Angeln
are flirting if they are laughing and whispe
lng in an alcove together, probably at the mo
innocent nonsense in the world; ont the fa?
that they aie enjoying themselves in their on
nay, albeit a silly one, ie enough for the fade
flower to think they are after mischief, fl ir tin
being to her mind about the worst bit of mil
chief that fallen humanity can perp?trait
The watchful mother, intent on chances, say
that dancing together ofteaer than is necee
Bary tor good breeding and just the amount o
attention demanded by circumstances, is fl in
ing; timid girls newly ont, and not yet need t
the odd ways of men, think they are bein
flirted with outrageously if ttaeir partner Ore
off the meekest tittle compliment at them, o
looks at them more tenderly than he wooli
look at a cabbaee; but bolder spirits of boil
sexes think nothing worthy of the name wbicl
does not include a tow questionable fun il ian
tit s, and an equivooue or two, more or le?
"risky." With some, flirting is no hing but thi
nassmg fun of the m omen ; with others, it is thi
first lesson in the great unopened book, ant
means tbe beginning of the end; with some, I
is not even angling with intent; with others, ii
is deep sea fisbine with a broad, boldly mad?
net, and taking ail fish that come in as gooc
foi sport if not for food.
Fliris are of many ki,ids, as well as of all
degrees. There are qmet flirts and demon?
strative flirts; Arts ot the subte sort whose
practice is made by the eyes alone, by the
manner, by the tender little sigh, by the bend
of the head and the ware ot the hand, to gire
pathos and point lo the otherwise harmlos ?
word; and flirts of the open and rampant kind,
who go up quite boldly towards the point, bat
who nerer reach it, takit'g care to draw back
in time before they really cross the border.
This is the kind which, as the flirt male, does
incalculable damage to the poor little flutter?
ing dovcB to whom it is a bird of prey, hand
sjme, bold and cruel; but this is the kiud
which hap unlimited success, using as it does
that immense moral leverage we call "tantal?
izing;" iorcver rousing hopes abd exciting ex?
pectations, and luring ou as au ignis faluus
lures one on acro.-s the marsh, in tbe vaiu be?
lief that it will bring us to our iiaven at lust.
Then there is the race ot male flirts great in
tho way in which they manage to insinuate
things without commuting th unsolved to pos?
itive B atemenis. They generally contrive to
give thc impression of some m /stemms hin?
di ance by which they on- held Lack from full
auti trank con tension. Taey hint at fatal bonds,
at unfortunate attachment*, at a past that has
burnt them u;> or withered tbeui up at any
rate that has pre veut ed their futuro from blus
somiutr iu ibo dnreciiOJ IO which, they would
flin buvti had il bio-aoui al'.d bear fruit. J hey
sketch out very vaguely tba outlines jf tome
thrilling romance; a lew of tito Byronic breed,
add thc suspicio.i ol sumo d irk sud me an?
cho y crimo aa a further enhii.ictniem; and
when incy bu ve got iho gin's pity and the love
that is akin to pi.y. then they cool down cci
cntificalij*. nevei creating any scandal, never
making any rupture, nev. r coming to a mo?
ment when awkward exyiauatious eau Le asked,
but cooliiig nevtrilieless. till thu thing drops
of ita own accord. dieB out from munition, and
they are fieo to carry then* Burrowa and their
mysteries elsewhere. Somo mon spend their
lives m this kiud ol' thin.', and find their pleas?
ure in malu g ah the nice women they know
madly or sentimentally in love with them; and
if by chanco any peor moth who has burned
her winga makes too loud au outcry, the tables
m u turned against he." dexterously, and she is
held up to public pity-contempt would boa
better word-as one who has snff.-red hers df
to lore too wed aud by no means wisely, and
?ho bas rou alter a Lothario who*w?uld not
let himaelt be caught. Thon there aro certain
men wno flirt only wah marriea worn JU, sud
others wh J flirt only with girlt-; and the two
pastimes are as different as tropical sunlight
aud our northern moonshine; and there are
some who are "broiheis," and Borne who are
.Tachera" to their young friend*-suspicious
fa hera on tbe whole, not unlike Lu tie Bed
Bidiugiioud' grandmother the wolf, wita per
iliouxiy bright e\ e->, and uot a little danger to
Bed BidiughOjd m ihe relationship, how de?
lightful soever it may ho to the wolf. Some
are co?tent witheousiusbip only-wnich, how
ever, breaks down quite sufficient fences-and
aome are.'-dearest snends," no more, and find
that an exceedingly naefni centre from which
to work onward and outward. For, if any?
thing win" do on which' to hang a discourse, so
will any relationship or adoption serve the ends
of flirtirur, if it be so willed.
But what is flirting ? Is sitting away in cor?
ners, talking in low voices, and looking per?
sonally affronted if an? unlucky outs'der comes
within earshot, flirting ? Not necessarily. It
is just possible that Henry may be telling An?
gelina all about his admiration for her sister
Grace, or Angelina may be confessing to Henry
what Charley said to her last m-ht, which
makes her lower her eyes as -she i t doing now,
and play with the fringe of her fan so ner?
vously. May be, if not likely. So that sitting
away in corners and whispering together ia not
necessarily flinting, though it may look like it.
Ie dancing all the "round" dances together?
fine goes for decided flirting in the code of the
ball room. Bot if the two keep well together?
If they axe really fond of dane.ns, as one of the
fine arts combining science and enjoyment,
they would dance with each other all night,
though, outside the "marble halls" they might
be deadly enemies-Montagues and Capol?is,
with no echo of Borneo and Juliet to sotten
I their mutual'dislike. So that not even danc?
ing together oftener than is absolutely neces?
sary is unmistakable evidence, any more than
sitting away in corners, seeing that equal skill
and keeping well ih step are reasons enou ?h
for pea po tua 1 partnership, ma td og all idea cf
flirtation unnecessary. In fact, there is no
outward sign or symbol ot flirting which mav
not be mistaken and turned round, because
flirting is so entirely in the intention, and not
in the mere formula, that it becomes a kind of
phantasm, a proteus, impossible to seize or to
depict with accuracy. One thing, however, we
can say-that taking guts and attentions, of?
fered with evident design and accepted with
tacit understanding, may be certainly held as
constituting an important element of flirting.
Bul this is flirting on the woman's side. And
here you are being continually ta kc u in. Your
flirt of the cunningly simple kind, who smiles
so sweetly and seems so flatteringly elad to
; see you when you come, who tikes all your
presents and acted expressions ot Jove with
the most bewitching gratitude and effusion,
erven she, so simple aa ?he seems to be. s ips
the thread and will not be caught if she does
not wish to be caught. At the decisive mo?
ment when you think you have secured ber,
she makes a bound and is away; then turns
round, looks you m the face, and with macy a
tear and pretty asseveration Will declare she
never understood you,to mean what you say
you have meant all al or g ; and that you are
cruel to dispel her di earn of a pleasant and
.harmless friendship, and" TOI y wicked indeed
because you press.her for a decision, t Tee, you
are cru rt. because yon hare believed ber hon?
est; cruel, because you did not see through the
veil of flattery a nd insincerity-kl which she
clothed her selfishness; cruel, because ?he
was false. That is woman's logic when brought
to book, and forced to confess that her pre?
tended tova waa only flirting, and that she led
yon pnto your destruction simply be a use it
pleased her vanity to make you her victim,
rheo there are flirts of the open and rollicking
kind, wno let you go far, very far indeed, when
soddenly they pull up and assume an offended
air, as if you had wilfully transgressed known
and absolute boundaries -girls and women
wbo lead you ou, all in the way of good fellow?
ship, to knock you over when you have got just
far enough to lose your balance. That is tueir
form of the art. They like to see how far they
can make a man forget.himaelf, and how much
stronger their own delusive enticements.are
than prudence, experience, and common
sense. Abd there ore turfs of the artful and
"still waters" kind, something like the male
flirts spoken of just now; sentimental little
pusses-perhaps pretty young wives with un?
comfortable husbands- whose grieta have-by
no me ina soured or scorched, ' ut just mellow?
ed and refined them. Or they may be of the
sisterly olass, creatures so very frank, so very
sisterly and confiding and unsuspicious o. evil,
that really yon scarcely kno.r bow to deal with
them at a]L And there are flirts of the scien?
tific kind; women who have studied the art
thoron?hly, and with the grave attention due
toan art; and who are adepts in the oe? of
every weapon known-using each, according
to circumstances and the nature of the victim,
and using each with deadly precision. From
such may a kind Providence deliver us I As
the -tender mercies of the wicked, so axe the
scientific flirts-the women and the men who
play at bowls with human hearts, for simply
the stakes of a whole life's happiness
lt used to be an old schoolboy maxim that
no real gentleman could be refused by a
lady, because no gentleman could presume be?
yond bis line of encouragement. A fortiori,
no lady would or could give more enoourage
m --nt than she meant. What are we to say
then of our flirts if this maxim is true ? Are
they really "no gentlemen" and "no ladies,"
according to the famous formula of the
kitchen ? Perhaps it would be eaid so if gen?
tlehood meant now, as it meant centuries ago,
the real worth and virtue of tum anny. Por
flirting with intent isa crae!, a false and a
heartless amusement: and tune was when
cruelty and falsehood were essentially sins
that vitiated all claims to gentlehood. And
yef the world would be very dull without that
innocent kind of nonsense which often goes by
th 3 name of flirting-that pleasant something
vhlcb la more than mere acquaintanoeehiD
and less than formal loverhood-that bright
and animated intercourse which makes the
hours pass so easily, yet which leaves no bitter
pang of self-reproach, th it indefinite andun
deflnablennterestby wbioh the one man or the
ene woman becomes a kind of microcosm for
the time, the epitome of all that ie pleasant
and of all that is lovely. The only caution to
be observed is. not to co too far.
Sp fri ul Satires.
tar ANOTHER WONDER OF THE AGE.
We bare been shown a ne?ly-inveutod article which
la enough to make us think that tbe days of wonder
sro not yet gone-a MILK which whitens the skin in
a wonderluland pleasant manner. Ladies using it
'Bow soft and white it leaves ihe akin I"
"As lo: g as I ran fret lt I'll never use powder !"
"Hew delightfully cooling in Bummer !"
1 bis exquisite beautifier is known as MILE OF
VIOLE I H. Sold by all droguista and taney goods
dealers. V. W. BB1NCEERBOFF, New ?oik. Gen?
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MO- THE WORLD GROWS WISER.-THE
human stomach has been a shamefully persecuted
organ. There wis a time when for every dereliction
of duty it wis punish- d sith hage doses of the most
disgusting aiid nauseous drugs. In vam lt rejected
them, ind (literally) returned them upon tbe bands
ot those who administered tbem. Tu ey were forced
upon lt again and again, until its solvent power was
thoroughly drenched out of it
Ihe world is wiser now tban it was in thu drastic
era, when Carious purgation and mercurial salivation
were what Ariern s Ward would have call -d the
?.nam holt" of ttie faculty, in casts of dyspepsia and
Tho KI eut modern remedy for initiation and bil*
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pr?parai io ? wi ich hi" tho merit of combining a j al
atabl flav T with such tonie, aperient and anlibl'
iou? properties, as were never heretofore united in
It bas been discovered, atlast, tint nisi p?op!c are
not Hue tbe fabled Titans, wbo .ouud prostration so
rcfrei-hlug that, wh-n knoi ked d->wn. they rose from
the earth t > ice ai rigorous ns oefore. When an in
va ld ls i ros'ra ted by powerful depleting drugs, ho
is ap to ?iay prostrated: ai d tbe debilitated be ng
aware oi the fact prefer the building up to the knock?
ing down eyftem of treatment.
HO-n ETI lilt's BITT. B-t meet? the requirements
of the rational medical philosophy which at present
prevails. It isa pc. fe .-th pure vegetable rome y,
embracing Ibe three importait properties of a pre?
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body against disease, invigorates and revitalizes the
torpid stomach and live-, and eff.-cti a most saluta?
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In summer, when tbe enfeebling temperature rea
d?a tn? human orvanizitiou parli'Ularly suscepti?
ble to unwholesome s>mo phone -uflueiico^. tho Bit?
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March 21 _*
~*3-MAREiSGO.-F EVER AND AGUE
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uab'e picnaration han beon in private uso for many
years, and through the persua ion of friends, who
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proprietor bas been induced to offer lt to the pub?
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of bowerei long standing, removing the cause and
entirel} eradicating irs effects from the system. It
will PURIFY THE BLOOD, strengthen the diges?
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A few doses ie sufficient to satisfy ihs moat in?
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who try one bottle of MARENGO wl.l be so muah
pleased with 1 a effect, I bat they will readily en?
dorse lt, NO HUMBUG. For evidence ot its effl
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contain certificates of well known and respectable
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r> ardent of Charles, on, and it is fully guaranteed to
give complete and universal satasiacdon.
NO HUMBUG. TBY IT.
. For sale br all Druggist", and bi DO WT! A
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I CRM. Druggist, Agent ot Prop rle tor, ?ornee of
King and John streets, Charleston, a. C.
June 8 o?? SOMA