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Extract from ara Unpublished Poem.
Ia drunken Mongreb'a,*.a warning behoid!
A l?ssou not lost on wise Sparta of old,
I n "Lincoln the Liftle," as well VQU may s?e?
How strong and how weak a tyrant may be.
Of f~"*tics, - tool, that they use and despise,
Who the negro's black wool have-pull'd over
Themselves, cunning madmen, whose cureless
r_i usan i ty, ~. . g
Thc strange forra has aseuui'd of a truculent
1 u daughter, and plunder, and murder delights,
Their war-cry, "The negrol- his freedom and
rights." ' . (\
With Ate by their side, the dire crusade they
Tho "black flag" would wave-spare not youth,
sex or age.
The ned oap of freedom they push and they
\ amby trying to fit it on Sambo's thick ?kuli.
In martial array; make him strut like a Zany,
Or like wet Turkey staud in weather that's
rainy. * ' '
"Vv i th bayonet and sword, prick him on to the
And well shelter'd behiud bira, siug out, "AU is
A gooir Yank bargain, such Substitutes unpaid
And alway*! to be had, a foray or a raid for;
A CJM? with the race, a match made not above,
May sink them still loweri or fcKe Yankee im?
. Or perhaps may do both; let'no man then sever
Whom nature has join'd, and the new yellow
Farther Kortli, spread ye winds! with bane
And revenge thus, at last, the red wrongs of
the South. PASQU?N.
.Either this appellation, or that of misce
genia, might be eligibly - adopted for the new
nationality established on the ruins of the late
CHANGE IS THU FASHIOJTS.-A Paris
correspondent of the London '-Index gives
notice of some curious, a?d, as he says,
radical changes in ladies' dress, in the most
fashionable circles of the centre of fashion'.1
Her descriptions will be', sure to interest
many of our lady readers. Sh*e writes: -t
Ia ladies' evening toilets it is impossible
not to perceive a decided tendency toward
a radical change.- This change, d*f reform,
is as yet confined to the very elite o?
fashionable society, but, by a well known
and invariable law, wtil'doubtless extend iii
another season or two to ali classes that
pr?tend "to dress, and not merely to be.
clothed. At Compiegne this wiuter, one
might have fancied one's self at the Court
of the Empress J.osophine, so c!os<; was,
the imitation to the fashion of tte first
Empress. Ciin?linet? were discarded, the
skirts being narrow, almost tight; the
waists very short, cut-in the shape of a heart
in front, and supported by broad waistbands
with fancy clasps; the materials were worn
dotted with gold et ?us and bees; fbe hair
' inUfib. raised behind, artistically disposed in a
mass of tiny ringlets^upon the forehead, ?nd
enoircled by.a diadem of raassire' gold .01
"precious stones. Rich necklaces, extremely
long ear-rings, and glores coming fur over
the weist? completed the illusion of a return
to the taste af Malmaison.
FOOD VOR. WEAK STOMACHS.- -IO the
Memoirs of ?ount Segur, vol. 1, page 168?'
there is the foll? wing anecdote: My mother
(the Counted'* dc Segur) being asked by
voltaire respecting her health, told hi rb
that the most najafitj filing she had srose
from the decay of her stomach and the
difficulty of finding any kiud of aliment
that it could bear. Voltaire, by way of
consolation, assured-her that he .was once
for nearly a year iii the same state, and
believed to bev incurable, but that, neverthe?
less, a very simple yemedy bad restored
him. It consisted ia tak...g no other
nourishment than yolks of egg, beaten up
with the flour? 6f potatoes and water.
Though this circumstance*took place as far
back as fifty years ago, aud respected so
extraordinary a personage as Voltaire, it
is astonishing bow little it is known, and
how rarely the remedy has been practiced.
Its efficacy, however, in case of dlbility, can?
not be questioned, and the following is. the
.node ot" preparing this valuable - article of
food, as recommended by Sir John Sinclair:
Receipt-Beat up an egg in a bowl, and then
add six table-spoonfuls of cold water, mix?
ing the whole well together; then'add two
table-spoonfuls of the farina of potatoes, tc
be mixed thoroughly with the liquor in tho'
bowl. Then pour in as much boiling water
as will convert the .whole into jelly, and
mix it well. It may be taken^either alone, or
with the addition of a little nailk-?and moist
or best sugar, not only for breakfast, but
ia cases of great stdhiachic debility, or . in
consumptive disorder?, at the other meals.
The dish is light, easily digested, extremely
whoresurae and nourishing. Bread or biscuit
may be taken with it as the stora?Vj gits
A lunn ivhn ohpat?. in shor: nifiviirr- i? n
measiifeiees rogue. j
Ir he gives short measure m wheat, then
I jhe is H rogue in grain.
If in whiskey, then he-is erogue in spirit.
Jf- he gives a bad title to la:.d, then he is
a rogue in deed.
And ii' he clients whenever he ctn, ho is
m deed, i.t spirit* i'? gvjftn, ,a measureless
Headquarters. . i
COLUMBIA, S. C., MARC? 81, 180?.
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DETACHM'T BUTLER'S CAV. BRIGADE,
CHARLOTTE, N. C., March 23, 1865.
ALL absentees from Butler's Cavalry *Bri
gade are hereby required to-report to nj*
at Chesterville, S. C, or to Capt. MoIVER, at
Ch?raw, S. C., without delay. -To such as
report promptly, the clemency offered in the
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force for twenty days from thia date. By order
B. H. RUTLEDGE,
mareil 28_Col. Comm'dg Detachment.
Headquarters Mil. Div. of tho W*<sst,
AUGUSTA. MARCH 4, 1865.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 18. .
ICOL. A. F. RUDLER is hereby assigned
. as Commandant of the Post at Columbia,
S. C. * * * *
By commaud . Gen. BEAUREGARD.
Official: GEO. W. BRENT, Col. and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
March 15, 1885.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 1.
In obedience to the above order, I hereby
assume command of this Post.
By order of \ A. F. RUDLER,
W. J. MKAHN-C, A. A. A. G. march 21
COLUMBIA, S. C., MARCHI 20, 1865.
SPEC 'IA L OR DER NO -. r
1? ALL officers and men now fn the city
. wliu arc unattached, will report to these
hcadq arters for organization as a guard for
'pest duty*? ?
II. 1).tailed men who are unassigned ara
required t? report at these headquarters for
*ssigumeut*to duty without delay.
III. Tiie police and citizens generally are
requested to aid in the arrest of absentees and
deserters. By order of A. F. RUDLER,
vir". J. MEAUXG, A. A. A. G. march 21
The State of South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, March 2?, 1865.
r*pn"E invasion of the State ha* rendered it'
JL proper that the Legislative Department of
the Government of-the State should be con?
vened, that such measures may be adopted as
the welfare of the State aiay require. And for
that, purpose; the -members of the Senate and
tiie House of Representatives of the State of
Sf>uih Carolina are hereby invited to assemble
at Greenville, on TUESDAY, the 26th day of
Ap: il, 18f>3, at 12 o'clock m.
By the Governor: A. G. MAGRATH.
Officiai: W. S? ELLIOTT, Frivate Secretary.
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