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tres,(a8 pageant was
f' lh it was-necessary
n No elephant was
ild beasts". were
' (Aid the property man,
o d manager, ahniost
ehJ enthey thought of it.
the hopeless task of
g secure one, but at
- ngenuity triumphed, as,
9ways does, and an elephant
made - to order, of wood,
1.1 and varnish. Thus far the
r al.well, but as yet they
-ud no means to make the said
nbtiion travel. Here, again, the
the manager, stage director
Merty man "stuck out," and
oie "supes" were duly installed
0- one of the true and
'P e b'hoys," held the responsible
5 of fore-legs. and for several
ig d played that heavy part to
ntirsatisfaction of the zuanaeer,
n light of the audlentce: The
Ibo*ever, was a very tedious une,
1W i hant was obliged to be on
e for about an hour, and Ned
t irtOo fond of the bottle to
emin 'so long without "wetting his
hki ' so he sets his wits to work to
way to carry a "wee drop" with
cThe eyes of the elephant ie
fiade of two porter bottles with
th eois:in, Ned conceived the bril
Jbaof filling them with "good
UThis lie fully carried out, and
'ted wii hlis success, willingly 1u.
erk to play the forelegs again.
ht came, the theatre was crowd.
94d10th the denizens of the Qua
er city, the music played its sweetest,
4,t rin's, the whistle sounded, the cur
t ,.rose and the play began. Ned and
h iu-legs marched upon the stage.
T elephant was greeted with
diftdupon routid of apphaiuse. The
60rations, the trappings wore gor
eqis-the Prince seated on his
11Lhe elephant-all were loudly
ered. The play proceeded, the
hant was manrched round and
oil .-the stage. The wre-cegs got
S a withdrcw one of the corks,
- t1the Hbid-leqs, and drank the
liof the audience in a bumper of
iine .elephant eye whiskey, a brand,
,the %yay, till then unknown. On
t t6i ;play, and on went Ned,
r hkiug.' 'rho concluded march- was
exizade-the signal was given,
dthe fore-legs staggered towards
e front of the stage. The con
antoar pulled the ear of the elephant
foi.he right-the fore-legs staggered to
e'lft-the foot-lights obstructed his
ly-he raised his feet and stepped
ump into the orchestra! Down
i n he fore-legs on the leader's fid
61--Ver,, of course turned the
t, sending the prince, closely
d b the hind-legs, into the
1iof thepit. The manager stood
~tf~-icuk-th) Prince and kind
gulay confounded-the boxes in
S6hulsions, the actors choking with
-lguhter. And poor Ned casting one
~lk, a strange blending of dmunnk
~,nness, grief and laughter, at the
jsne,.fled :iastil y out of the Theatre,
(boslfollowed by tao leader. with
eii(h wvreck of his fiddle, peribrmning va
r~ious et- and thrust motions in
theair. Imagine the scene, paint it
~sfor ine, some one, if you can.
~ .The result, reader, can you not
~pictiure it? The curtain dropped on
di~ 4.*:enc behind the scenes?" No mnre
dgeat-nomore fore-legs, but every
~dy holding their sides; nmsie, ne
re pit, gallery and boxes, rushed
- nfo the Theatre, shrieking ev
~ybreath, "Have you seen the El
'21zNow go .to mneetinig, dear,' said
SMrs.- Partington, as Isaae stood
m~eroottung~his hair preparatory to g.
~j~ing out on Sunday. lie looked down
to R~his new shoes, and a thought oft
hgreen fields made him sigh. A
fishing line hung out of his pocket,
~~hieh .Mrs. Partington didn't see.
4Where shall I go to?" asked Ike.
pneieold lady had givena up her
st in the Old North Chumrch; she had
;s ated -place of worship. 'Go,'
siepled she sublimely, as she pulled
.oityn his jacket' biehind, 'go any
ihere's where the gospel is dispensed
With. Such liberality is rare. Bigotry
se-no place in her composition, and
ratb, in her view, throws its
into every apartment of then
edifice, like an oystermnan's
into his many hoothIs. The
the very best. but the
mi nIE L.ME -T
neerni ng the prop
man that dies, and
iappily by Cloots
Sthe estate of
Faklin r civl te as
sy, near Pari, July 1784
"It is tstonishing the inurder~us'
practice of duelling, which you o
justly condemn, should -continue so
long in vogue. Formerly, wheii duels
were used to determine law suits; from
anl opinion that Providence would, in
every instance, faor "truth anld' right.
with victory, they were inore exensa
ble. At present they decide nothing.
A man says something, which another
tells hint is a lie. They fight, but
whichever is killed, the point in dis
pute remains unsettled. To this pur
pose we have a pleasant story here. A
gentleman in a coffee-house desired
another to sit further from him; why
so? Ilecause, sir, you smell offensive
lyp This is an affi-ont, and you must
fight me. I will light you if you insist
upon it, but I do not see how that will
mend the matter-fbr if you kill me,
I shall smell too, and if I kill you, will
sinell, if possible, worse than you do
"How can such miserable shiners as
we are entertain so much pride, as to
conceive, that every ofTenee against our
imagined honor, merits death ?-These
petty princes, in their own opinions,
would call that sovereign a tyrant,
who should put one of them to death
for a little tcivil language, though
pointed at his sacred poison. Yet ev
ery one makes himself a judge inl his
own cause; condemnis the Ofl'ender with.
out a jury, and undertakes himsel to
be the executioner."
A LITTLE IcIDENT.-A bachelor
friend of ours was riding a day or two
ag) through Athol, in this State, when
he overtook a little girl and boy ap
parently on their way to school. The
little girl appeared to le five or six
years old, and was ats beautifdl as a
thiry. Her eyes was lit up with Ia
gleam of intense happiness, and her
checks glowed with the hues of health.
Our bachelor looked at her for at ro
ment admairingly. SI.e met his glatcee
smiled, and with an eager voice sluted
him with, "Have yon got ftrby" lie
was struck abnek by the question,
and something like a regret stole over
his miml as he looked u:pon the aniia
ted and beautiful little fice bjefire him.
"No," he answered. "Well," she re
plied, drawing her tiny fiormi proid ly
up, "we have," and passed on, still
smiliig, to tell the joyous news to the
next one she rnighmt meet. What a
world of happiness to her was conneet
ed in that, oine! idea-the baby ! Aiid
in her joy she fet. as if all must have
the samie-delight a-s herself; and it was
a mat ter of atlectionate pride to her
that liftedi her little heart above the
reach of ordinary envy, fbr inl the baby
was her worid, and what else had sih
to crave? Such was the reflei-tion of
our friend, and he renonmbei ed it Jona
enough to tell it -yesterday.in State
Lova oy MAUUnia Lnip-i.-The a f
'fection that links together rman and
wifWe, is a far holier and mocre endu ring
passion than the enthusiasm of young
love. It may want its gorgeousness
--it may want its imaginmativye chiarae
ter, hut it is farm riebier in holy aind
trusingattibutes. Talk not to us of
because a iian has ceased to "sighm like
ia fiurnace," are we to believe that
the fire is extinet! No! it burns with
a steady anmd brilliant, flame; shied
ding a benign influencie upon e'Xis
tence, a mill ion times nmore precious
aind delighmttid than the dreams ofphih
Dr.A-rn Wmu-~m: ON -rmE wAa' -ro -rne
ALuran.-A young mani by the namiie
of Edi mund .Sattery, whmile on his way
fromt IFranmklin to Milfoid, on Sunday
week to le, married. met with a sinm"
ular and fartal accidenit. lIe stoppice
at a well to water his horse, whenc thme
bucket fell inito the well. ie descend
ed to obtain it, when the wall caved ini
and buried him. Ile was a native of
lrelandl. Ii is initenided wife was ae
comnpaniyinig him on the journey, when'i
this singular death thbus intervened to
diestiroy their bright anticipationis..
A anoN's CA.--"W illiam look up.
~tell us who made y'ou '?" William,
who was considered a fool, screwing
his facen anid looking thoughtful and
some(what bewilIderedh, slowly answer
ed, "-Moses, I 'spose." "That will do."
"Now," said Counsellor Grey, address
ing ihe court, "thle witness says lhe "spo
ses' Moses made him. This certaiinly
is ano inmtel ligenet answer--imoi'e thani I
consiideredl himi capablle (ef giving, for
it shows that lie has somne faint idea ol'
Scripture; but I subimit it is not sum.i
cient to just ify his beiing sworn as a
witness to give evidIence."' 'Mr. .Judge,'
said the fool, "may I ax the lawyer a
a question ?"' " Certi aily,"' said thme
Juidge, "as many as you please."
"Waml, then, Mr. 'Lawyer, who, doi you
think, made you?7" c'unsellor Gr'ey,
(imitating the witness,) "Arn I
'spose" (After the mirthm had subhside'd,
the witness exclaimed, "Waull now, we
do read in the goodm book, that Aaron
once made a caLfI, but who'dl have tho't
that the 'tarnal crit ter had got ini here!'
The shi p which conveyed G'eneral
If on his expedition to Quebec is
~foat, under thme namme of WVil.
id Ann. She was built in 17
bomabketchm, and was in dock
ies, a few days since, sound
endure many years yet;
"agedi in the Ilonduras
o cheap birds to
nails. A fresh
ci, wyhile an
oil on it. is
D inocrat h een ed
g-ss Ii t e' Mobile Dfistrit'.. DoW
deli, Democrat, and Ilarris, ,Demo:
erat, are aIso -'elected. Aberc ombie,
nondescript, has beaten Clopton, Dem.
6crat, in the2d District. Kentucky,
as far as heard from show. a Whig
gain. Lynn Boyd, Democrat, is re
elected. In Mr. Clay's old District,
Breckenridge has defeated Letcher, a
former Whig Governor.
In Missouri, Jacksc i, anti-Benton
Democrat has been elected in the
third District, and Caruthersi Whig,
in the 7th.
li.Tennessee, the Democrats car
ry everything before them, as far as
heatrd firom. In the Nash-ille Dis.
trict, Johnson has made large gains. In
Bradly, and Hamilton counties alone,
he has gained nearly seven hun
dred votes. Smith, Deiocrtr., has
been returned to Congress by nearly
a thousand majoritj. The dispatch.
es all indicate that the Gibraltar of
Whiggery has been carried by
storm, and that the Democrati'c
banner floats victorious inl Tennessee.
Well done, Democracy!-fucon Tel
CnIaNA.-A letter frorn the lev.
Andrew P. Ha. er, a Presbyterian mis
sionary in China, writes to the editor of
the Presbyternian, under date of
March Ist, as follows:
The sympathy of many fureigners,
both merchants and missionaries, are
w th the iisurgtents. They expect
much greater theilities if intereourse
with the people, if they are successful
in establishing a new dynasty. .For
myself, while I trust in God to ov
errulc all for his own glory, I would
expect more benefit to finreign inter.
course. if the foreign powers would
grant the sought-fair aid to the Im
perialists. One event shows the Em
peror is going 0) exert all his pow.
ers to disperse the rebels, death is the
condign punishment lie 1has inflicted up
on six high oflicers, who have been i
successfiu in quelling the rebellion. At
lie head of these stalids the hate Gov.
ernor-General of the two Kwang pro
v:ncs. who was honored so much
fir keeping the gates of Canton eity
shut in 1849. le has beei i) cons
miatnd o.f the frces inl Wnatinjat and
WNultpich for imore than a year. IIis
pro peiLy has been eonfiscateu d, iad
lie condtmnied to death. Slaishaiigah,
late I'rime 1-Miister, aid who was
sent to Kwiangsi three years :ign. has
the same punishmient. The Gov
ernior-General of the two Kian, the
Governor-General of Wukwang. the
Governors (of N-ganhuen and Kianef'si
are the four others; but their punikl
meilnt is not yet deteriiIined.
tMPoRTANT Atv MoVFMENTTP.
We learn..froin authentic source that.
two of the four compainies ~of -the
fourth regiment U. S. artillery _ now
stationed -in' this; harbor, have been
ordered to the Rvio Grand. Two com
panies of the third artillerv, tirminn
part of' the gairrisoin at~ Newporf,
Rhode Ishmnd, arc also under orders to>
the same poin-t. he comtpainy of' the
fourth airtillery stationead at Oswego is
to b~e withudrawn, to replace inu part
the forice takeni from the posts at
TIhesie changes are' Llcsequent tip.
(in the advance ol' Santa Annat upon
Car'miargc, w ho, it is sail, has con
eenatrate'd ani armyi oh six (tousandh mena
in thait qiuaiter; and of whose move.
mnts thle gov'erinment haive beeni
fully advised.-J ourmnai of C. mimeree.
-M h0ItTon-rax )iSLO Cistosne.-Fr-audsc
ini the ivssue of Lund Warrants. d-c.,
We learn from WVashinigton, and in
eidlent ly in this cityv lhat imipjortanlt
intbrmiationi has rcently- be-en laid he.
fore ihe President tueliig a Icmg con
ttieJ series; of' fraud~s ini connitect iion
with thle issue of humd warr-ants andi
honn ties. 1The Presidenit has handed
the sublject over to t he Secr-eta ry of
thie In teiori, who is here, it is also
said. patly ini lcference to thle ini
vestigationi of' the~se ihads.
Th le ime~ overi whaie:: these tron-.
saetions have extended exceeds eigha.
teen moant hs. The parties to fraud
are, as we learn thiemi, a distinguiish
ed head if a bu reau at WVashinton,
a clerk of his, (bhuli in Go vernmtiet
employ) and a broker of not very ex
tensive re'putatioin ini this city.' The
parties at Washingtoin are replresented
as hatvitng miade somte *408,000 (iut of
the tranlsaction, and othiers here have
ma~de as mitch moure. We arec not
at liberty to give the namtes of the
parties accused t his Imorniing, though
they have been mnentionied to us.-Ex.
Ir.UoN Svnp.-- What it is composed
?f.--The pulic are not, pe haps aware
that the article sold in t he shops as
lemona: syrup, andI extenisively used h~v
the veinders of' ineraml waerc, is not
what it purpoirts to be, bitt is a .Qvriip
made fr-om Sulpihurie Acd.--A t 'lirbt
Citric Acid wvas sublstituted for the 1lem1
onjuice; bunt that being too expensive,
Tatarie Acid wa~s employed, and last
of all, Sulphuric Acid hbeing bitt a six.
pence a piotund, has taken the place of
Tartarie'. iited Sutlphuiric Acid can
with diffienlty be disitingished from
Citraie. Acid, but1 differs fromn it in beinig
tonic itn its efll.ets, whiie the former
is a Re-frigerait Diaphoretie.--Phsii.
.Ea'e. Bullin E.
Tuns RmInoans Si-aintxo.--It is
stated that somet of the r-ailroad com-.
panties refuse to carry the Unitedl States
mails unless the Postmaster General
will pay themt in some instances, a hun-.
cired per cent, more thaun they hlave
heretofore receivesd, The ILong Island
Railroad.Comnpany it is said, is one of
the strikers, and the Postmaster Gen
ci-al hasi ordered the mails to be sent
4 RCHMARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR.
TUESDAT, AUGUST 16. 1853.
Charleston, August 13, 1853.
The dennnd fori cotton during the
past week. as b'een good and sales
were cffected dat full prices, which range
from 8 toll 1i41ets.
This is eve'r a fruitful topic of com
ment and we do not like to depart
from the time honored custom of say.
hig somethiing i'bout it. The rains have
ceased to deluge us, and fdi the past
week we have had pleasant, cool and
dry weatlher, -which gives planters a
fine opportuntity for stripping fodder
and ridding their cotton of grass; we
feel no fear but that tihe preseit crop
will be a fair one.
Within the~ nemion if tir friond and
general referee, the "oldest inhabitant,
there has never been such an abun
dance of frui't lronght to this market
as there has been thii season. Water
melons of the zchuine "Bradfiird seed
ling" weighin. froi'm twenty to thirty
pounds are sold; for ten and twenty
cents, and- peaches of the finest -nrie.
ties tare retailed from wagons and carts
at 50 cents per bushel; grapes too are
also plenty and tery fine.
Health of CimtrIes(on.
The report of .the City Register of
Charleston, as published in the Courier
of the 10th inst.; shows ian unusual
hnd gratifying state:of I lie public health
in that city. The totad number of
deaths for the ptist week amuint to
the very sn all number of fiftween,
whites, black and colored included.
This, I II the season of the year is
taken into. consideration, is certainaly
the pleasantest news we can give from
our conmercial city.
Quite a large and respectable State
Temperance Convention assembled in
Charlottesville, Va. last week. Reso
lutions were adopted recommending
the passage by the Legislature of a
prohibitory law ngainst tile nanuIfic
ficture and sale Qt intoxic-ting liquor,
to be submitpd' to the people of the
- eire Fu -r'.
This disease continues with unabated
and unex'oampled tisiv in Newv Orleaas
andl the aecounts, of .ti ravauges are
terrible in the extr-ema.. On Wecdncs
day the deaths amou~nted to 2-2), of
wvhich 195 were irama yellow fever.
Th'l- Sozuthrn A;rriculturaist.
We have receivecd the August num.
her of this~ very val uable mnonthlyv
jouarn.al, edited by A. EC. and Wi.sr
S~UmaMI ande puiblished bay 11. M.
S-rOrES at Laurenusville, S. C. thr & 1.00
prannum. The present nmobaler
fully- sustains the repmutatimn of the
work, anid conatainis the' uasuaal qantitzy
of interes~tinig tand useful uagricultu
ral inforn-natio n.
Th~e D)emocratic Press.
We noi tiegC from the last numaaber oif
his JIournal, puio hed at Wian ington,
N. C., that EmvArun CA-rwF.u., Esq.
has withdrawn fromn the editorial de
partmnent, and is sueceede-d byv Mr.
JAs. II. Sitaurr, formerlyv of* Mar'ion
District. TIhe elect ions in Norath Car
olina bigdecided, the Presv will
hecrennfer be devotedh to) the interests of'
the Temrperanace r'eformn, for whlicha it
wuas or igianaly esvc'tabalisheod.
T1hec Sout/wr Pi-atrib-ot ofC thle 1 lth
ins5t. notiees some beauatital particles
of gold found ona the farm of Mr's. Dr.
ItomssoN CAntSL ar thot village of
Green villec, and says: "'Gold has also
been discovuered ini large quanaiti ties in
)reg in. Some of the miners eain
from $50 to $80 per day. Therae is
sonme dange r of famdinag so amucha gold
that it will he v'aluaeless. We remnem
her haear-intg Judge Wurr ai'sa tell an
incident, which occur'red oan his return
home f'roma Florida, some years ago,
whbich may mani fest ar~orc sagacity
than was at-tribluted to the oldi mani at
the time. The Judge took out a five
dollar gold piece to paiy his bill after
staging all night in the pine woods.
"Mimnc H ost" refused to take it. lie
was asked it'he thought it was c-oun
t er'feit. No, said the old man, but therec
is so muchL of it found bitelyv in Califor
nia, that it will soon be of no value,
so I had rather have a llank 1Hi1I.
The Romnan Catholic Convert.
It is said the~ recent convert to the
Roman Catholie church, nowv in Italy,
and said to be a distinguished Senator
fr-om the United States, is the I~on.
JosFtii II, CHAND.En, of Philadelphia,
and a Representative in Congress from
that piann --
tlieseho say,gWbich acOaedoulated to
fostet i iing by eneise, we have
been quite p1eased at 11ticing te
number -,of newi buildhn goitig 'tp,
Whieh gives proof thitStiamterville hias
nut yet i eached hr best days. At the
point where the Wilmington and Man
chester road enters the' town, that
Company: have just compileted the
construction of two large and imposing
looking dbpots, and i immber ,df ama I
houses are springing up like niogie in
the neighborhood. Mr. T. J. COOnLAN
is enlarging and adding: to. his Iron
Foundry and Blacksmith Shop, the
roar of his forge and blows of his ham
mers, accompanied by the shrill whistle
and snort of' the iron horse, lend quite
a busy picture to this section. Walk
ing up Main street we are next-attraet
ed by the improvements going on upon
Cnints Hotel, to which is being added
quite a large and becoming wing upon
the western end; u hen this is complet
ed Mr. Ciims will have one of the
finest flotels fmr a country town in the
State. and will be aile to aceoinmokadate
two hundred boarders; his hotel will
also be furnished with a Ladies' Ordi
nary, parlor anid private entrance re
mote from the more public parts tat
the building. We coigratilatat Mr.
C. on the enterprize lie has evinced inl
consutructing suh a building, and more
so fir the indwzLry and *attentioi,
which built up a business aid custom
that rende;ed an eilargement of his
house necessary. A litmost in sight cat
this can be famuid the new Baptist
Church rapidly progressinlg to coiple
tion, and already rearig its spire high
in air and preseltiig with its Inassive
coliutinS aid elegant Portico. which
faont on-lroad streef, olite a triik ing
appearance. This edifice, when fnish
ed will be furnished with comniittee
and vestry rooums and will be eap.ble
of* hioldinig 1.000 piersois. In its gen.
eral :appearance does credit to the lib
erality and taste of tle congregation.
Bye the bye ve are inirme by aIone
1)a the building committee that aboiu
01500 is waited to complete the work:
in a community like this, always ready
to assist reigiou.I enterprise we hope
this will not he the case long. li
various other parts of town new houses
greet our sight, s.inie or new and
improved style of architectture,-im
Washington street. we emoted six in
course of con-strelti; on Sumte rt
three; on Broad two, and there are oth.
er parts that we have hna yet trod,
tha~t m:ty call for anoather article; suf.
liee it now to say, that. the demian I is
eqpual to the supply.
Tim RIevoluhtit in Chmima.
To this eniterprisie the eyes oft thei.
civil ized,. anda chiristiani world are noa w
turrned withi pe'ciiliar and eager interest;
the event itse'f i.s one of' the mo t st im-i
portant ep~chis in th. history of the
ninet eenthi cntu ry, sad i the insur
rcti on ary partyv prove succeesdful a
gr'eater ebiange wvil be wrought in the
de'stiie is of th lie onttless milliones of
inhabitants of' Chlina. linm revoluntionir
hma ever' befoare accom plished' the~ the
honsian race'. TJhec insuirgenits are charis.
tianus anid it is the la!.aicy of thejir healer
to disseminzate the liible andl its dloe.
trines thriouighoiu t the land, whieb :gives
thenm a ca m pon thle aidl and favor
of the chr ist ian wtorld. which we doubt
nst will lie soon gr:imteda. To the glory
of' the Missioaraiv caus ze, be it said,
that to them is due the credit ini a
gireat measure, of this miovemnt and
it bhioves theim to suIpport, thieiir waork.
WVith the blessings of' religiaon, lib erty
and aghtn mu.t, shine upon the heathlen.
Fronm the latest European intelligence
we learn that, lie dlifleity betweent
these t wo nat ionsi is abiot to he set
lied. The Sailtan of Tuirkey has sign.
edl the agreement dlictat ed by France.
Enmghmda anti Auistr'ia, and was abou t
toi send an ambhassador t' St. Peters
burg. Th'le protest of' the Pmi to against.
the occupation tof the Principalitie's by
the l~ussian troops is saidl to have been
temperately written. Tlhe Fot'igii
Bo?'urses regard peace' as scaired antd
cointiimte tiirm. This is no doybt per
feet 13y correct, y'et we still regaird peace
as fin' fromn lacing sectired. Tlheo Czar' has
made stich demands upon the Ottoman
emnpiire, as it is generally ackniowiedg.
edlcaninot be conceeded to by the Sul
tain; the Russiani forces have cr'ossed
the Pruth, and ar'e now octunying anid
doubtless f'orty fying themuselves in two
p~rincipalities belonging to Turkey; the
Czar has refused to withdraw his for'
ees, and his' oflicers are so confidenit of'
spending the winter in their present
quaizrters; as to have sent home f'or thoir
wives and familiest Verily peae~ is.
yet far distant, and we cannot rid our
imaginat'on from the picture of seeing
Europe involved i ttrrtbig 4l tlis~
F . d 0i t
~ui~y ogg.ng iiitte.Nav '~ti
adera gJa~~ cofil Un 'oe
stites, anud were deli lied at its tIl.
Ishrmnta few years ago. 1'l returoif
thefrigate Cuiedss fririt Cruise or
thred Vears on the i rd-i stati,
during which ti:i the '1ahA' Was Iit
once uied, d'monitrates4 we think
f11lly the feasibility of' the plan. 'The
following is an extract froii a catd
published by the petty Ofileers o-n their
"Many tf ns tire old men of wars
men, the tMost of whose years as sail.
ors have bCel spent i the Navy, while
ia imijority (if the rest oftits have served
in otber %hips; but howteve well we
may have been satislied beftre, we
must say we never known a thip like
the Congiss t fir kind nod considerate
treattment and thr every attei ion to
oir comifbrt and weltitre of which life
On board a man-ofwar ridmits. We
have been treated as mnt who have
minis and hearts like other men; t lent
ed in a mnniiiteir ti leid Itu to res cut
ourselves, and thn; Fo to deport, our.
selves ai lo, h-sad others to respect, its.
We hope aind believe that our conduct
as at Ship's Cotimpmy has been sneh as
to show that we appreciate the kindo]
ness we have received, by the p;ompt.
ness an.] eflicienty with which we have
performed our dity, anird by the con
staitly ineretasiig good discipline,'r
der and sobriety, that; prevailed on
Freemail s'ould be governed as
freeian, and if punishmlein t be neces.
sary for the maimainance ifdiscildine
(ini board our .'ps of\ wri it sh 'old
it ble by ti inflction of lie degrading
Cat. which lowers the sailor in his
self respect and embitters his ieeliigs
towards the co.unt V, that would
saticion sjih a law. All Aierican
sailiorl properly . treated, may be
govertied by the respect and veneration
lie eitertainis fir his supeior oieers.
and if enllel u)on11 tio d battle it w;ll
lie as if* fighiting for 1h.S p11 his counl.
try, his m,1i1o. h1is hone.
Tle popular Suniuer retreat and
waiteriintg plhce, kovi: as Gleii Spi iiig
in Spatrtinbg Diiet., has recenitlv
hen sold tit wo F picp ('lergymen.
who intend stabliaing a Feni0 Coll.
lege at that p'ac. Th Camnrolnr: S'pr
tan saysi in re'atioi to t he CIlege:
" We are not apprised if the part ien.I
lars, whether it will he pla-ed tnder th!,
chare of thi Ditese' or not. 4O
o0ne thing, we a e sure. that the Gltii
Spring, will hrt ly. d.AT its ligh emn.
mer robes,.and..u i ha a
iiinmtits of Profesor s .1d -Tutdi-s-i
will cfivest herself of the ephemeral
chararcte'r of a watering elace, aud ent
ter' the field with our Methodist Fe
mtale Cs'llege au)dI Baptist lligh School
at IAmtstone1, as5 'omupetitors5 for' the
hronors (if se.ienc'e anid literatuore. We
wvi-h thme ente'rpiise, whedft' individual
The denmuiid thr the niativeC wines edi
the Unit d 8 ates is becoinig very
gr'eat; a Cinelinati palper sayvs:
"All the wine oilder thain five yeariis,
of' 'a itawbai, is uit of' market, and1
the Sparikiing, although r~tit requtir
mlg sineh a larige lapsre (if Ltime to lit
it lfor use0, is takenv~ imlT as fast14 as
iit.Oi e in hi iuale for mi arkt. Ther'~e are~
ahouit I% acreiit'.s oif gmapes in enlt i va
tion ini the v.icinity ot thiat city. Everiy
v'nar aidds to the qoinant:?y of lbearing
ia:es, and to ii hle numbe li~r of persuons
eunagingi in the biisiiess."
QU mKun Toasr.--"Thlis fi'-mu ime
andi iminie to theie aind thuine. 1 wish
when t hou mial thine comeC to see me
od mineti, tatome and mineo will treat
the'e anid thline ais kindly its thou atnd
thine have tireat me and mine" This is
a~ new v'ersiona of' the obil comtiplimeuntt,
which runtis sotmewhat aif'ter' this wise:
"I wish thee and thy folks loved moe
and my fbI ks, as we'llI as tme and imy
hialks love thee aimd thy ldiks. For
sure there niever wa~s folks, since folks
was tol ks, that. <ver' loved fbI ks half'
so w ell as moe aund tmy folks love thliee
anad t by bk.
MELcinotr Accrm.:.OTr -Wec are
iibrtmed t hat onec day last wseek. Mir.
A Iande r S dauna, of St. August ino, wais
accidentally killed by a Mir. AIllen, hyis
li iend, whlileI deer'i hitit ti.(oin I~ng Is
land, ait the entranuce (if' Lake Georgre.
It appeairs thtat the huntters were
"driving a biranch." and took positiona
(one oni each side, M\r. Sohia had
siecretedl himiself' behind a houneh of
pahnerot toes, withut the know ledge of'
Allen, whent the deer rushed out and
the hitter fired. At the report of'
the gun S. rose up t'r-om behind his
aimn.waLde, and A., supposing him
ainothier deer', tired ngaiin. U pon go.
ing to the spot, instead of' finding a
dead deer, the lifeless body ouf his
fiind presteid to 'his view-two
shots having peinetratted the head, anid
aL thirid the neck.
Allhen took the body' of' Mi'. Soha
to Pilattka, a distatea of' netar fer
ty moihes, in a small hoat tioim which
pla1ce it was taukena to St. Autgustiiie,
and intterried.-Floirida News.
\''Activ.--On the iianl of a pertsoun
in Boston ir violating the ligntor lauw,
a ites, who was putL upon te stand
timpeach another, sw~orei that "thdi
Lchatracter of' the witniessfobthiv ,.it
vrd o mt i
Adv it v
111 dilni: t
that liui 'ilu r t
t A k -- -t
tritbutions at N )AIQI
sird A ic at tills
trp is taking i tfin.
ilto ' for the* 1,V G ii
first to New Orleman --
Ohuio RailIroad ycstcuda2
tan Or thae t:iek. A
killed, and tWO ther ba
BAL'rIM.Nc Auigust 2--l
dclphia tmere~:ats hthive stiSru i )s
70 tr tie alot a d
ist, mis tendered his
sumetI oeLct. -
Ion foa.r hiatgfve tt hR idrl,1
have tbuNd Oil e MA -
Claus. Gardine'r, foir pejiy ~ I
late frail. Thbe Boil daft 4ix a
The mtotionl for a cf.)itiitn- ~
6irtet s was lteead4~e
to by ie Ulited State as Fh. Co l
kissler i son exes a he
. ALtTuMonE, Aug.ust
deorlp merchea t m hav iodF iai
dar. The t wain fod 1 A
NXrv ester, Neattsc k -
stck Was triie, 9is sr
tha v e ce tani rtakeui fre fu ;
hlit. thGrd liger, ear lti-upadj-i7
vr thvKseemtd illn I I Mg rao~
late esePi r f , n t \bJajduir iefix,
esetuinated( 20 Wvere killed mn
The tienmer 1a oni t 4at ie
hiar has ast Wiirnen d
es tin by l the Uied States ind s b
Anteriemt fishig lt'ii hdlLU:;
issiner ig t s kpuel.
ish wuasderit rd,.t
ALTIo1ntE. Au. I.
heworile acc id too laar~m
dIay.ge tr ain fom tBu'utd
lla Jrter, eV -C t
ir~li haebn ake rontathtmWm ~
e r e'ing fam. ite di
ThXe.~ steme Ftlon too rd
e~ a gs tro t the in;rbod 4tI
Amn~stera tfihingdsehioner the'od r
capt urI e byt uhed Destas
ent mt s(pot, butta subhequen
luch forlri nbegan t B nr
tsh authour! es.tane; u
as' h ata'nan A ndithat -- '
was..et eadi begu tor(u.
and 9250hl tb.eademd e ul
eighit thauguar in dxavrqu~ tr
ried i:tfr Nvon ran into'eab
atw lean zi and ni aaiul
CiLht ange io a soel h~ytkhiit
tnbsenhed, ind th Coirt i nstnd
stied to ni mhaer benuthef u
deThe Thsemeiie Ceranvi psn
Mait earvi al eschaped frm
W. T.e Lig on I ofeyI GeUi
in icn~ey Whxiite to i Chtr ntes~
whil West loylsto n 10 ii a Ur
ag tot eret, haeng Pa ~etltnlpI
ain wleail perfbrme, heiid eY
thskever piaa in .the had
uncon'ioub, ade patid NH
bnt ihrl buia, ad eat o
th tnal ce(rtbemonitestbt e
astmsiners 6,)1 findin atatt~
ethuay reote ntth if~
more W singl ind :Eo I rt
eatlengti~ ,llnd abt tern;m'elij
mht. eORall iTo Is verg~si 1E
tha wV.hicsh ih the r tollinsi w
supposed in aeta be- torclie tt
deatThs as c beta ilfd
~n~/ma urf bun ril--W f'et ir
our'nsf ere sto severely byI
ofht the mo iney ees
died in a'fwd Lort Tth
Thle prxmt to ther2
whilsthubo wat tin the4iaet
ing t, the beesir beig-pee
ry~t. Th boy made hi qi
armore horrifat th I