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The Day? fcong Past.
O dave long past! When nUht ls deep
Yet? we war with holy sleep, -
And to some spectral region /ar
Bear tbe sick soul your prisoner.
Before us lu procession slow
The dim pathetic faces go,
Orylng, "Why seora our weakuets thusf
Thy present soon will be like asl"
Fliat-chlidhood, with pale gold around
Bis brows and wltherd ash-lsavea bound,
and in nm azure-faded eyes
The morning-Btar of Paradise.
FirsMalth, with rosy limbs, to whom
God every night was tn the room,
And o'er our neads bade slumber creep.
With touch or hands more soft than sleep.
First-love, with buoyant gestures atlll'd,
And eyes of promise nufuiflll'd.
And trembling on his Hps the while
The sunset of the ancient smile.
And < tuer presences between.
And visions rather felt than seen,
With tears upon their garments' hem,
So dear, 1 may not look on them.
-Once morel O once morel-But they go
Silent, nor any love-sign show,
I know the lost are lost; and then
In gloomier gloom night rails sgaln.
Borne Unpublished Sketches of Dickens.
In 1847 Dickens thought of writing a small il?
lustrated volume, describing his amateur thea
? tri cal tour, with Lemon, Forster, Leech, Jer?
rold, and others. ?* was to be called "Piljians
Projiss;" and waa to bear upon the title page
its description as an Account of a late Expedi?
tion into tho .North, for an Amateur Theatrical
Benefit, written by Mrs. Gamp (who was an
eye witness.') Inscribed to Mrs. Harris, edited
by Charles Dickens. It was never finished,
and the following fragment of it is now for the
first time published by Mr. Forster: '
. . X.-XBS. GAMP'S ACCOUNT OT HEP. CONNECTION WITH
THIS AIT AIE.
"Which Mrs. Harris's own words to me was
these: 'Sairey Gamp,' says she 'why not go to
Margate? Blimps, says that dear creator, 'is
to your liking, Sairey: why not go to Margate
fdr a week. Dring your oonatitoo?on np with I
arimpa, and oome back to them loving arta as
knows and wallies of you blooming ? Sairey,'
Mrs. Harris says, *you are but poorly. Don't
denice it, Mrs Gamp, for booka ia in jo ar looks.
Yon must have rest. Your mind,'abo says, le
too strong for you; it gets you down and treads
a noon you, Sairey. It ia useless to diaguige the
fact-the blade is wearing out the sheen.'
.Mrs. Harria,' I says to her. 'I could not under?
take to say, and I will not deceive you, ma'am,
that I am the woman I could wish to be. The
time of worrit as I bad with Mis. Oouiber, the
baker's lady, which waa so bad in her mind
with her first that abe would not ea mnoh as
look at bottled atout, and kept to gruel
through tbe month, has agued me, Mrs. Harris.
But, ma'am,' I says to ber, 'talk not of Margate,
for iii do go anywheres, it is eloewheres and
not there. Sairey,' says Mrs. Harris, solemn,
' whence (ibis mystery? If I have ever deoeived
th? hardest working, soberest, and best ol
women, wbiob ber name is well be known is S
Gamp, midwife, Kingsgate street, High Hoi
bora, mention iL If not,' naya Mrs. Harris
with tbe tears a standing: in ber eyes, 'reweat
your intentions.' Yes, Mrs, Harria, I says, 'I
will. Well I knows you, Mrs. Harris; well you
knows me, weil we both knows wot tbe charac?
ters of one another is. Mrs. Harris then,' I
' said, 'I have heerd aa there i8 a expedition
going down to Manjestir and Liverpool, a play?
acting. Il I goes anywhere for change, it ia
along with tbat.' Mrs. Harris clasps har
bands, aod drops into a chair aa if her time
waa come -which I know'd it couldn't be by
rights, tor six weeks odd. 'And have I lived
to hear,' abe says, 'of Sairey Gamp, as always
kept herself respect able, ia company with play
aotorel' 'Mrs. Harris,' I says to ber, be not
alarmed-not reg'lar play actors-hammer
toora.' Thank Evans!' say Mrs. Harris, and
hastiges into a flood of tears.
'"When the s weet creature had ix. -'poged her?
self (with a sip of brandy and water wann,
and sugared pleasant with a little nutmeg in
it,) I pt weeds in these words, 'Mrs. Harris, I
. * am told that these hammertoors are litterty
and artistickle,' 'Sairey,' says that beat ot
?wi m min, witb-a>-?biwr ?ad ? MtsjM rolaup, -go
on, it might be worse. 'I likewise hears/1 says
to ber, 'that they're goin play acting for the
. benefit of two litt erty men-one as has had
bis wrongs a long time ago, and bas got bis
rights tit last, and one aa made a many people
merry in his time, but ia duli, and sick, aDd
lonely bia own sef, indeed. Sairey,' says Mrs.
Harris, 'you're an Ingush woman, and that's
?o business of you*rn?
"No, Mrs. Harris,' I says, 'that's very true: I
hope I knows my doo ty ;a nd my country. 'But,'
I says, 'I am informed aa there is ladies in
thia party, and tbat half a-dozen of 'em, if not
more, ism various stages of a interesting
state. Mrs. Harria, you and me well knows
what IngeinB often does. If I accompanies
this expedition, unbeknown and second cladge,
may I not combine my calling with change of
" air, and prove a Berrico to my feller cree tere?'
'Sairey,' was Mrs. Harris's reply, 'You waa born
to be a blessing to your Bex, and bring 'em
through it. God be with you 1 But keep your
distance till called in. Lord bless you, Mrs.
Gamp; for people is known by the company
they keeps, and literary and artietiokle society
might be the ruin of you before you was
aware, with your best customers, both sick and
monthly, if they took a pride in themselves.'
II.-M?S. aAur ts DESCRIPTIVE.
"The number of the cab had a seven in it, I j
think, and I ought to know-and if this should
meet his eve (which it waa a black 'un new
done, that ho saw with; the other was tied up,)
I gave bim warning that he'd better take that j
embreller and patten to the hackney coach j
office before be repents it. He waa a young
man in a weskit with sleeves to it and strings
behind, and needn't flatter himself with a sup- i
pognition of escape, as I stive this decription of
bim to the police th J moment I found ne had
drove off with my i T., er ty; and if he thinks
there ain't laws ?non?a ho's mach mistook-I
tell him that.
"I do oss?re you, Mrs. Harris, when I stood
In the railway office that morning, with my
bundle on my arm and one patten in my hand
jon might have knocked me down with ?
feather, farl ess porkmangers which was lump?
ing against me continual and sewere all round.
I was drove about like a brute animal, and al?
most worritted into Ate, when a gentleman
with a large shirl cellar and a. book nose, and a
eye like one of Mr. t? weed lepus's hawks, and
long loots of bair, and whiskers that I wouldn't
- bave no lady as I was engaged te meet sud?
denly a turning round a corner for any sum of
money you could offer me, says, laughing,
'Halloa, Mrs. Gamp, what are you np to?' I
I didn't know him from a man (except by his
clothes, ) but I says faintly, 'If you're a Chris?
tian man, show me where to get a second
cladge ticket for Manjestir, and have me put in
a carriage, or I shall drop!' Which he kindly
did, in a cheerful kind of a way, skipping
about in the strangest manner as ever I see,
making all kinds of aorions, and looking and
rinking at me from unner the brim of bis hat
(which was a good deal turned up) to that ex?
tent tbat I should have thought he meant
? something but for being BO flurried as not to
bave no thought at all until I was put in a car?
riage along with a indi vidale-the politest as
ever I see-in a shepherd's plaid suit, with a
long gold watchgnard hanging round bis neck,
and his hand a trembling, through nervous?
ness, worso than a aa pian leaf.
"Tm wery 'appy, ma'am,' he says-the
politest vice as ever I heard I-togo down with
a lady belonging to our party.'
'"Our party, sir 1' I says.
".Yes, ma'am.'he says,' Tm Mr. Wilson.
Fm going down with the wigs.'
"Mrs. Harrie, when he said he was agoing
?own wah the wigs. Buch was my state of con
fugion and wornt that I thought he mast be
connected with tha government it somo wavB
or another, but direotly moment he explains
hi m s el r, for be says :
" There's not a (beater in London worth
mentioning that I don't attend punctually
There's five and twenty wigs in these boxes
ma'am,' he aays, a pin?ng toward a heap oi
lugage, 'as was worn at the Queen's fancy ball.
. There's a black wig, ma'am,' be says, 'as was
wean by Kean; tbere'a a brown one, ma'am,'
he eaya, 'aa was worn by Keroble; there's a
Yellow One. ma'am 1 ha aura 'ou ?an T" J" *_
.. il ac ready went
mad tn. There's a laxen one as wse got np ex?
press for Jenny Lird the night she came out at
the Italian Opera. It was very mnoh applaud?
ed was that wig, ma'am, through the evening.
?L ^eafc "MPtfon. The audience brcke
cut, the moment they see it
?am*** 70Q,i? 8weedlePiP38,? ?oe, sir?' I
J 'Which, is that, ma'am?' he savs-the soft
?HSr1 e?er hwd>1 *> T
" 'Hair dressing,' I says.
" 'Yee, ma'am,' he replies I have that homr
" 'I never seo such a trembling,' I says to
him. And I never did ! ie
" 'AU along of her Majesty's costume ball,
ma'am,' he eave. : The excitement did it. Two
hundred aDd fifty-seven ladies of the first rank
and fashion had their heads got up on that oc?
casion by this hand, and my bother one. I
waa at it eight and fortv hoare on my feet,
ma'am, without rest. It was a Powder ball,
ma'am. We have a Powder pieoe at Liverpool.
Have I not the pleasure, he ssyB, looking at
me curi?os, 'of addressing Mrs. Gamp?'
!. 'Gamp I am, sir,' I replies. 'Both my
name and natur.* - -, ? .
?Would you like to aee your beeograffers
moustache and wi akers, ma'am ?' he Baya. Tve
got 'em in this box.'
" Drat my beeograffer, sir,' I says Tie has
given me no region to wish to know anything
about bim.* ?
" 'Oh, Missis Gamp, I ask your pardon -I
?never see suoh a polite man, Mrs. Harris!
'Fraps' ho says, ?if you're not of the party, you
don't know who it was that aasiflted you into
the carriage I'
?' 'No, sir,' I says, *I don't, indeed.'
? ?Why ma'am, he says, a wispenn,' 'that was
George, ma'am. . .
" 'What George, air? I don't know no
George,' aays I. ?
" The great George, ma'am,' says he. The
Crookshanks.' ' __ . '
"Hyoujl believe me, Mrs. Harria, I tum?
my head, and see the wery man a matting pies
tura of me on this thumb nail, at the winder I
while another of *em-a tall, slim, melancolly
gent, with dark bair and a bage vice-looks
over hiB shoulder, with his head o' one side as
if he understood the subject, and cooly says,
Tve drawned her several times-in Punch, he
says too. The owdacioua wretch 1
" 'Which I never touches, Mr. Wilson, I re?
marks out loud-I could't have helped it. Mrs.
Harris, if you had took my lite for it I-'which
I never tonchea, Mr. Wilson, on scoount of the
4? 'Hush I' says Mr. Wilson. There he ia 1'
"I only see a fat gentleman with curly black
hair and a merry faoe, a standing on the plat?
form, rubbing hia two hands over one another,
as if he was washing of 'em, and shaking his
hoad and shoulders wery muon; and I was won
dering wot Mr. Wilson meant wen he says.
'There's Dougladge, Mra. Gamp,' saya he
There's him as wrote the life of Mrs. Caudle ?
"Mrs Harris, wen I see that little willara
bodily before me, it give me suoh a turn that
I was all in a tremble. If 1 hadn't lost my um
breller in the cab, I must have done him an in
Jury with it. Oh, the bragian little traitor 1
right among the ladies, Mrs. Harris; looking
his wickedest and deoaitfullest eyes while he
was a talking to 'em; laughing at his own jokes
aa loud as you please, holding his hat m one
hand to cool hisseir, and tossing back hie iron- |
gray mop of a head of bair with the other, as if
it was so much shavings-there, Mrs. Harrie,
I see bim, getting encouragement from the
pretty delooded creatures, which never know'd
that sweet saint, Mrs. C., as I did, and being
treated.with as much confidence as if he'd
never wiolated none of the domestic ties, and
never showed up nothing 1 Oh, the aggrawa
tion of that Dougladge! Mrs. Harria, if I
hadn't apologiged to Air. Wilson, and pnt a
little bottle to my lips, which was in my
pcoket for the journey, and which is very rare
indeed I have about me, I oonid not have a
bared the sight of him-there, Mrs. Harris 11
could not 1-I most have tore him, or have give
way and fainted.
"While the bell was ringing, and the lug?
gage of the hajamertoors in geat confusion-all
a Utter'ry indeed-was handled up, Mr. Wilson
demoons hissof politer than ever. That,' he
says, Mrs, Gamp,' a ploting to a offloer look?
ing gentleman, that a lady with a tittle basket
was a taking care OD, 'is another of our party.
He's a author too-oontinivally going up the
walley of the Muses, Mra. Gamp. There,' he
says, alladin toa fine looking, portly gentle?
man, with a faoe like a amiable full moon, and
a short, mild geot, with a pleasant smile, 4B
two more of our artists. Mrs. G., well be*
kuowed at the Boyal Academy, as sure as
stones is stones and eggs is eggs. Thia reso?
lute gent,'he says, 'a coming along here as ia
apparently going to take the railways by
storm-him with the tight legs, and his weskit
very much buttoned, and his month very
much abut, and his coat a flying open, and his
heels a giving it to the platform, ia a cricket
and beeograffer, and our principal tragedian.
'But who,' ?ay8 I, when the bell bad left off I
and the train had begun to move, 'who, Mr. Wil?
son, is the wild gent in the perspiration, that's
been a tearing up and down all thia time with
a great box of papera tinder his ann, a talking
to everybody wary indistinct, and exciting of
bimooii dreadfully V 'Why?' says Mr. Wilson, '
with a smile. 'Because, slr,' I saya, 'he's
being left behind.* 'Good God V. cries Mr. Wil?
son, turning pale and putting out hie head, lt's
your beeograffer-the Manager-and he has
got the money, Mrs. Gamp 1' Houa'ever, aome
one chucked him into the train and we went
off. At the first ahreek of the whistle, Mrs.
Harris, I turned white, for I had took notice of
Borne of them dear oree tura aa waa theoauseof
my being in company, and I know'd the dan?
ger that-but Mr. Wilson, wbioh ia a married
man, puts hiB hand on mine, and eaya 'Mrs.
Gamp, palm j ourself; it's only the Ingeui.' "
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The pnbllo are respectfully Informed that there
Ia no Interruption of business at thia Botel on ac?
count of the late Ure. But a small portion of oar
bouse was Injured, and the same ls already In
process of renovation.
DARLING, GRISWOLD A 00., Proprietors.
Nsw YOBS, December 18, 1872. dec23-8
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN, SOUTH CARO?
Having; recently purchased, thoroughly over?
hauled and refitted the above Hotel, we respect"
fahy announce to our friends and the public that
we are now ready to receive and entertain guests
in first-class Style. BAILEY ? PEGG,
pACIFTC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO la now so well known in all the
Southern States for its remarkable effects as an
agency for Increasing the products of labor, as
not to require special recommendation from ns.
Its use for seven years past has established tts
character for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital Invested by tbe company In this trade
affords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of this Guano.
The supplies pnt Into market this season are,
aa heretofore, prepared under the personal super- j
intendence or Dr. st. Jnllau Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston, S. c.. hence planters
may rest assured tbat Its quality and composition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, charleston S. C.
J Nu. S. REESE k CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
TBRVS-$48 cash; $68 time, without interest.
To accommodate planters they can order now I
and bave until the ist ot April to decide as to j
-nether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered from the Factory by the carload
no dray age will be charged.
?-Papers that inserted my advertisement last
year will please copy. nov20-wfmDCAW8mos
A. J. SULLIVAN
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO
Desires to Inform hts mends ?nd the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates rurnlshed upon
Pianos, gDrflons, &t.
nP?AHOS AND ORG?HST"
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the moat liberal terms.
Plano and Musis Store,
sep8-lmos No. 191 King street, 1
Gif Kl, &?DtU?C, m. m
- " . .. . ' ; i ?, y j v,'>'cx
In order to go Into another Business, I will
dispose of m j
AT GREATLY EEDBCED PRICES. The Goods
must be sold by tbe last of this monta, as I will
have no ceo for them.
Call atones and makeyonr selections elmer in
I small lots or in bulk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF ,
AND FANCY GOODS
MUST BE BOLD.
Emperor Winlura Cigar Bunt,
No. 810 KING STREET,
mcbMyrOCAW CHARLESTON, 8. a
Searing SXa crj ines.
rj?HE NEW Iii PB OY BD
WHEELER ? WILSON
THE BEST IB THE CHEAPEST.
We are now Belling these superior MAC
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promt*?. -
WHEELER A WILSON MAN CFO CO.,
aprt-lyr No. 9N King street
(?l)irm, Crockers, &t. ?
^CHxHA, GLASS A1W CBOCEEBT, J j j
AT THE OLD STA flD, ,*
KING STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY SfJkBJSI
The Suss criber would respectfully Inf r rm h li I
friends an J the public that bis Stock ls now com-r J
plete In CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY, PlaLp-J
White and Fancy China, Glass and Paacy-?ii< ?
Gooda, Lamps, Shades, Ac, Ac . ?
OCtlO-thstn8mos R. H. MCDOWELL, Age! I