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DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE AGRICULTUR SCIENCE AND THE ART
JOHN S. RICHARDSON, Ju., Our rtic. -LWAS1IItTONpQGA
P'AOP1RIETORt.--WAH GTN GN
VOL- IX- SUMITERVILLE, S. Co., MAY 9ll), S55.
ThE SUMTER BANNER
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Evot'y Wedaleidaaiy Mornintg
John 3, Richardson, Jr.
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of the Weisteria R1catipl!acre.
- As Lite a1 tile year 1930, tilre
liveid inl Western Virgin-t. i. rnan
whose strengtlth was so retm:trkable, as
to will hilim the title ()f tihe Virginia.
SVainsjn. ii. aJ knew . I hisi.
'birth or paretege, btlt suoit I iise.d he
was bIorni inl Pog fL rom.1i iiji it wVhlnee
I w:s stleti wlkett ;t Child, :ttnd (.;Ii
-ried to ir-chlild. I1Ii.-er; s c; 11, i, ,11 . 1
-Ltios were those of' i ihm .1 inl tl
latter couintnry. \\hile vet a lad li.h
I.ppreiticed limself to a sea ca:. itin.
for seven yeat;rs, it Iay for ap g
to this clmv. li his ant ival. Iis
time atn) (evies were sold Li a N Ir.
WitisLon. of \irginia, itt wl:ie sen % i
-ces he tomn:iied ntl il the rain
0,1t of the. levoluitionl. eigof .1i
Idvenilills turin o* ilildi ihe sought~l
anttd obtined pueriissitn of his waster
to jitnii the atitfy, 11ndI wIs Utenlaged ill
active service dt turing the m ht de ctnt.
test. Stich was his strengt anid pet
ltI btavery, thait, no teiiy ciu ld
resist him. lie w \vieled a swmrd. I li
-blade of w I i was I is e fee-t iii i Ngthi.
-is thoughl it hId beln 6 -fethir :I
43 veiy olie whO eaNle inl Cotif;ct, wi:.h
'litt pauid the fotlcit, of his life. .\I
'Stoney Pomi-t, lie was onle of' tle " 6ot
lor11 hope" wIticl Vas advmieed to
cut aWsiy the alattis ; amid, tixt tom
fajolr Gibbo-1, wv.ts the first tloIt to
enter the works. A t l-taminni wige tmid
Montmmouth1 lie exhibited the tin
fearless bravery, an thin hat his
i-nability to wr'ite, prevL-Itedi his pw
1uolion . tO aI Cotlit iissit Traisered
to the Sotith, ie Look patrt ill iost of
tl engage t ments- itn that section, nild
towards the close of the wnr, ie was
etgaged in a coitest which exhibited
In a strikintg mannerifitit, his remaiiirklab.lle
-self confidhence atnd coutrage.
One day, whlile reconnimoiteling, lie
stoppedI at the bouse of a matn by the
name of' W , to refreshi himitsclf.
Whil e at the table lie was suirprisedl
by nine Biritish t roopjer- who rode tip
-to the house, anid told him thle was
their pioe.Seein :br at, he wats
*~'.og grathy ottuber t Ied, he pretned
* to sturrenider, and thme dr agtoons seeing
ht. he was itpparenitly very piecfuI
ly incliunnd, after di satintg him a!. i
lowed him consider-able~ freedomt, whlilec
thiey sat dIown toi patake of the food
which lie had left, when disturbed.
\Vandering onit into the door yard, lie
was accuste'd by the -PaymIaster-, who
demanded of him everytintg of value
aibout him at the risk of his 1i f, ini case
of' refusal. " I have nothinig toi give ,"
said Francisco, "so uise your pleaisire."
'tGive up those massive silver btuckles
iyour shtoes.," suaid the d ragoon.
"Tihiey were the gift oif a fieindt." ie
plied Francisco, "anid give themn to
you I never- shll1; titke them if yoti
will, you hazve the power, but I tiever
w ill give them to anty one.," Pt'tting~ his
sabre t'nder his armi, the soldier stop.
'e4 downt to take them. Francisco
seeing his opipot tunity, w hich was too
good to be lost, seized the sword, antd
dtrawing It with force- fromi untder the
armi of' the soldier-, dealt himi a severe
blowv accross the sktjll. Althoutgh
scvei'ely wounded, yet being a brave
trhani, thme drtogoon dlrew a pistol anid
hueinid it at his. atatgoniist, wvho 'wams
tod ptuiak for him, howvever, atnd as lie
pulled the trigger as blow of the swortd
~1early sauverad is rs ndp e
ihoads c'oint.l Th re port of
tepistol A-wthe other d ragoonsi iln.
toteyardi asi well as \V-.-.-a. wlms
very ungerously brought out a itus
kei, which lie handed to onu of tile
sioldieirs, aid told himia to imake use of
it. Mouiting tdhe only horse they
could gel, al, lie prescinted the inuizzle
at the breast of Franoicco and pil b d
the trigger. .ForLunatc!y it, iissed
fire, and1 I Francisco closed in upI him.
A short struggle ensued, whic!i enitkd
in his disariming n.d wouidiig the
soldier. Tarletoni's troop of ftur' -hut.
dred men were now inl sight, and tile
other drgoos were ab, toLIIL attack
lim. Seeing his case was desperate,
lie Lurned toward an adjiun01ing tliiket,
ain1d as if checring on a plarLy of' Imell,
le c ied ouit, "C'imo on, my brave
boys ; low's your t-ile; we will soon
dispatch these fi'w, and then attack the
mlainl body !" at thle .samle tinl-e rulsh
ill'! ait the dr s ith the i'try of*
Thov diI not engage him, lit fld
precipitately to the troops, p,iie
stick aud dismayel. Seizi g upon
the trait6us villi: W. I e. m F is
was al out to dispatch hiu, blit lhe
bggcI and plead so hard tir his life,
tha)it he firgave him, ni told Iim to
secrete Iobr hin tle eight, horses whieh
the oldier hId lei, blhind them.
Perceiviig that LOT l In h dis
patclied two other dragoins in seaneh
4otf hii, lhe it:ole off iti the adjoiningt,
Woo$d, an4d while they sto'pli- at the
ilouse, he,. like ln Old Itox. 41oubled-C up.
on theitir rear, and stuccessfidl y evade
thI viihntlie. The Iextday lie Wet.
to W. fur his lorses; lie detaltaleild two
(f them for his servie,, and goltetots
inteut-iuns. Fitaling his sitiatiotn 1m111
:1ruwani surrTOunlded by enemC~lils,
where hie oughdt it) have founid li-iendk.
1i'riaucizcI was competlied too Iliike tilt
bes-;t ilf it, and elL with his ,ix b.,rse.
it:ttaiding to revenge himselfl' iu
\Vi ----t, a iinum time, "bu:t," as
hie Said, "I'lovidence uolihiredl that I
sh llhi!4d tL le! his C eXt' tilleli ,i f(r le
hrnke his neck by a 1i4l fioil oli of
tilt very hres."
.1 ..I. M ~ je ni .4 he l.
ruilviSco, illuistaiiive of, his i m )
.QL W It Anld po sonal prowev .\t
11. n, (-er l ( ; Meg u is eei;
U.-; :eated, :nli attir runni4g4 alng
*ireal Some itanel. lit. in : ,b~wn
recst. hiYf i,-a4 ~ ie - ..
eteItd bv a liiih th%!;n.w;t pit.
0en: n api- l t l :uv l da;u e l d m
Satid hev woubt suri n~lter. atL fill. ,.1ne
ti6:re11cig that his glin \-.as lit
litr11ibe u Ise -o him, h1'e ine~v!m ed i
sideways to the trope, who in reakb
ii- il t Infi '4 I t ii ow'(~ ,
ln e l''a cis 1ipi e t t, r'
hic 11-11 Croml.hjis horw. lo: no!aned himo
ui Ii mie d h ' id re rr . - or t 7. k . iI,fI
hi1 coanunml !lng o.di -t-, ('oi. .\la o.
t-l Powmian. hit, gave up the :m ibli
[;te whieb act o' genenv4 by Oh, Ci:thui.1
after-wardl I'.eVsenteil himl Wilit aI thou.
sand ares o)1 hal' inI Kendtuv v.
' ie li owil anlZ .ee 'lit x, ji .
inIig his pe elid natu1re .a."I h'i,
trn t ,iS al -1o tu lOf VF;ranCiscLo.-....
Ilow trLl it is, we calimut sav, lot
N i i it was 4 41 l to, us onn4: y
years ~ \%I- agwieh a iviang ini
One day w.hile working in his g-u
din, the Vas acc4o:,ted by a -traniige'r
wih, tode up to le cte, a::d -inquirend
of hi if* lt- kil; hw ". rue iall by
the11 namt iol ~t'acie hve.?
I IliaisinI hinself from hiii wo4. ratn.
eyinttg hitinterrgaetor who Ippeare
to be oneoh lfhr.,haf lia
tor " breedt( 1 of etuia1gn, he re
lchied t "Wet,' s~tangt'nuir, ', do'e i.
iths but myk l.txaIii otm(thc't~
1 Ie oi wan t,. ICwant.h t li:l1. 1 the e t
ligh titng mul ani l'tve( her Ite l o
muchIt wbout.I Teiti 'll th0- 's
citmg, whttt craig oti an titc
"It yotu' t t ie.:osrngr hr
ing his wor asil'i a it tother othertthat
juthe'onferenc waist toed IiBu, t the
Kaetukn wasdti 1to bcde bluiled oft,
as he ou d 11te i "iitk 'ere
strager,"t~ sid he. re~ltur ing -to the(
b " Ay lnun is 'Pelul teokencscal
"h !" retiuned t ther, ~t liu'e
samiitime ~ riding iiethe fenceI e
dou n ~l td andr tji hisnl-a'
rowugh eng oit., indil pilny-t one:1
ofl them posts. .S) 151Iantl
"l My nam l if toig Bil'hl Stks, ll
ou tIn, outllp Cittout m , k II nogekI
siddle Old Olossoim, tand just rtide over'
toi see what stiuff heO's made11 of, anid
hlete I ate. Aui 11w iStraniger, hm't
losainad a ngt,a .tt1 *lit
iore I go home. It's all in good i'eeling
you know, but if you lick fine, why I'ln
"Stop a minute, stranger," sait
IraniCisco, " you've mistaken the mau
enitirely, I'm po lightiig man at all
and if I was, I've not'idng against yoi
t~o light about."
"Well, I don't know; is there :ny
other Peter Francisco inl t lese parts ?
"No, not, that I lknow oil."
"W'ell, theii you'ie the man, alit
you mustjighti, I've come alil the iway
front Old Keintuck, and I ain't agoin,
back t ithott knowing which is the
"1 llt, I woni t ight,. I've hit nothing,
to light about, anld I tell youL I WOn
ligh, t !"
" D rd if vou shlant light
st i rnge'. Ilan boimiid to lick you itI
C:", it I doll' you m uist, lick ni ."
IBy this timle Francis-o hal biconm
angry at The imortunity of his visitor,
Mid determiuned to pit an end to
the scene. Seizing his altag.)iist
therel' hre', by the seat of his buckskii
breelches, and the Collar of his lihuntint
-'hirt, lie threw him on r the rene7
inta the i oad1; then walking leisIurely 1<
where iNs ponay was tied, illfIatenied
him, iand taking him up .iby mai
streIgt, threw hint l.fLr his discornfit
The Kentuckian raised imself froir
the gronid. iCrecLiy dl1t1 -hin. devdiy
sich an exhibitioni of strength, and,
fter iuibbing; his -y:s, as though La
liighLt lie iilinit. iot, have seen Clear
ly, lie inouited his pony. renarking:
-Well, stranger, I reckan you'll dAl.
I reckon1 -its abomost t'*Iion*For mtil it
make tr:.ek It any boldy asks y.i
;ihoit tle fight, youli can tell 'cii
3 lou licked Hill Stokes mos. i-lv.'
wranscisco ws a paowcrllylv hii
lain, standing six feet andi ie inch
i height, anld weighing two liidred
Mid sixty luat ldI 11 i., llussular S\ s.
lni1he il i einda vi t') shombler
h.i ;dIe I . I i a :% elll :tii <
ili ivt ei - Vi %d. L st i , IV s Mt
Virgiia.1 , .%!,l, ad Iat. 'w l W Sa o
A ll hit ..I i 's i I t i nm11 .1
i li ii ' I iiai silt i, wl W ilLi Ilicl
i . I lit alle agi a i. st tit le W li :e
c hog I ha. been a Iblhb .t-I u
t- ta wi' a <,:'* ah. ii llira az-.o.]
l i *s'i. V*I%- pi -tiids." Ilis thie, i n:4
1*a a:t w uiinil it i Ia 'ike atd offalir
plgit !i:1,ons, lie wil hl t a tk in 1his right
:iI l, tA h r ()s5i' s a tli'r. olit at, ti
alolb. wo l ila a'inI tihe room
wiilt he i al vir her tll ondi taCwe
'nir ha nt eii Sitii n. lie wo u)1. lakie
il aitIl t eit -l er by lhe chimei's, ml'i
-dinig i ti his i h wo id driiik
lin'nth! t ii iti ut ir11li : . appearentu id ttX r
YI t it all li-; tr n th h wa.;I:; a
Very peneu y di!-p-,ewl n1am, andl
.eV r ia e u1 e of 1 his p) owei ii, eixie i!
ii'it:1 ' I jtts v r aiii 1 it \ if au11.1
ul en a me o ir-n+-,1 li ab ri-e.ac i
Liet ot or nina t deese~ of the rii.
w-l llaiit s t utibeaks i p
lieins e was bettOr at rushng in
a ri t s ving Ithel lie Lliiiha
nAt il st 'n l (natt i 'a : .' , al
licvtn ~ ~ ~ ~~~i trC.it oftia,~I .
tli:'st. h ii.& t i . I l it-a he ' r al a
111:111gal "11tl I-vilvil Mill (& t
ki1ak, amiabt ll iske ition. ie ma
ita al i aninable man. kmlgl hli.;
ui' bib he'ps*ssedo asjl rien'fool rt v.er
ever a weLmo gwelth inm ti1113ir
otunilieof th Sate. lao:lie indo-.
ais ards'temperate' .saiets ma /he
wt is kb'jid' dipsitian, noeh
ates n whihsie whoei in lu
s., mvcas breYw~ iltr
hoor'i h- ulebr n ruda
Sketca ofa CaI i for ia Mi
SAN FuNcisCo, ?iMrch 23.-Neve'r
Was9 comi rnunity s> cinvulsed inl ou)r
yottiig State its it has ieen during the
past mon th. A triii record of evens
throluglholt Itho S1ate woulO put the
burstling Of the0 SOuthI Seat lIbble, rnl
hle anals of' old Newga-t c to the Ill ush,
and liton's "Thirty Years in tht
nLt SItates Senate" woid be but a
prilter ill coinpari1.sonl of, Size..
Banuks ftidlingu, crasingll, Swindling;
1in eeh iuts su p 0ln - o i fr11 m
fiailulre ilf thle bankl.s, others frmln rash
Spee tio S, a1 f'V 11-1 i the ab lII'.
tioll I thitir wholde prll., IIIts ill tie I --y
ient otf high rates oI interest, but
1: n ti 40 il r II, IvegitimI:le
en tIISe. INtv syV'-strtis o *rp. iT I 2and
vilbury.N are abnlll-t dai61Y eNpose 1, andl
always does thOepour cm;n(. just
Ito late tl 111un justice to :-n-s ile
perpetLra'tors. \leigg+---hnnoest lIarry
* eigg+-- --nr uIiit, inl a 1'nwh
new% in , a11lt -dng that ele a:itt W all'
Ulu.; bt thesetwo I pale 1 n beltrethe
brilliant, It.(( r tinlisli nntt . o f t l a' , test
wcrator-t i. Ilubewrt Sne
This agentlenmn c:m2e to our city
Some three years ajo, or, atid mneek.,
S I~ i r ice 111111 1.' 1V 111 .~ t 1 0 20, 11 2 144 21.
I Ie hir24d hiil a snudl! oliire, -:n.21 en-12
g d w Ih a I a rtn i tr utinally I oor,
u11l h thet'I ol Iuilr hout, :a i11 dt's, Vu ,
were4 A"Aitnys andl ('ueb:it
be (lne hle t. a i li :e pre1eti I
hi- c2u tr yiin . li t- h : o luarri-d I
Anwirican holyv inl onle <.1' the wtr
Cities, a widowv, the. mnm, her 'If* I u%(I
4(21.; 04)14 IIf dazziling beaty1. lT'
(,iiy (1ved' t Itii. il T wVn
nthebl he: WX-. rws fA* nnr
the wea:i h :11.41 :1r-li''c4a4 y f4!u i l ..-.
A siile. Crow tile lovelyIfair one s
a1 bh, issto Wodron \ith inlrese
p ll;euice ill i43 ji i pr-4 S. ,2
2(2 :' 1 , I -r a.i .6 -( 1,1r 0
led each tri :bn
l on ti e i.Ii I he un , .t 1 i :-h
e reie O. ~-: J1% I~ n :N ' . t
d w I)II I-a i Li .
S :.2 i 1M. . I l h r-%% h i t. -
T11w . 'a t 1 1 hI* - -.: 22 l'' gedh
1Th h n ro -ib4 t .t I ;f ..nm
it?4 L I S 1k I - 1 I'( ':k 0 i t I I,. 41 '
w I * I a \ r \ fr, \\; . I 1 n.i
pln-ty 0d 4 n ]i. ocaii t v I :;;,,.
14t 4:: ry
th!: the' 2rco lvilh' 44' Ihi I ,
'.% nerv -I t t 1 .----I - I u'r e .
n-id. W St ti 'I I ' : I I t 13!
rutn2a ing here : u1 t here~.I tA o a I the
,ini.~s, 11l' tiv k 12nd 22n' t :own. 1 um-h
2111li, for sowtoes .ak h..112
s I.3 t'st 1:21 42< vti, wetI i .2''e2n i'.I 2le':
":2214ers :latd hi d11 12t1h lasi. L"S4 Ir
(. IlnhertL S~u2Ilers wa n4 w 214 ne 41of2
of the most e'xtrava:g:m lt. lIe d141' .ve
I) int morn2ing2; 22 span2: 'f 11.w4k, tI a2
:114 and 212'ankllig pr o f ba. . :i(lll
5,~ dow.1 to 12r424 10 t ill *2, he21.t '. ('I'l
I'ave4 at, 111nch1 hour21', when.'), if any4 of
h~24is distingn 4i.,bed :ily2 were12 102 1
1e4 c:CCt n14 14..-on2. 24nd. the; ->kill 4.f 1 .
caiteing artist1eswas LI.4d 1to 2their
ulin414)t, in jproviding.. th~iitii's for1 thlt.
( )n )lne 4cca'sioni la y1'~ V 'r , whenui
drai~wberies4 11irst, app4111 d 2 in 1 the
Lf'i l 0 0. 1 ) c w o o e a c a ti a s in g le s2' i t( t (in g .
vo. A\ hout1( t4wo weekscI ago3. the ''hlest(
dauiighter' was1 mar11' ied& Lu a get')Llnom0
ofScrmno.)lr Ai! nother! tung ' ni ic)nt
onl the4 (LCasion2. Youn~lg wife hunllters
mou202rined tha21t thereI' were14 444 morel'
daunghter's int the innuly', so that. thler,
with so, dis2tin gu21ihed' aL set. 'Thei,
soi .-ee outLshlone those of (al o11theris.
.'1JT'je invlied lat 52anders' wasthe -1
zdh1ithl of blis.s to aill codilishdl.11n. i3ut
Lime) w4or'ks wondersq?'2. .1The mu1tationsa
of1 hununllf Ii~ li eo hityot tile jim.w..
o' the predictioi of inan. Last weekc
(. Ilbrt. aiiders was arrested on
a chia'rge if forge'y, and -as released
ip1on giving bolt 6 inl the 8111 of
.10,000 for his appearince at Cout't to
answer tll( charge. IHis soi-in-liav
nd his partner ,were his sureties.
T W ig he f.-.le ii 'd has not-yet
hee l.- 3r ' heard of. Theflblow
in . ollfrge i ainrtgIagCs ind deed.,
wf I o ! e0red .! his othee, upo13n
wi.,. hadu raised 43 $,00,000.
In nie iantal:nce hie actul , nrt
5gue-I a inan's Own plperty '- himin
fhr N,000, and stralge to tell, t'ne
prJ fellowi never discovered it until
the news of the fum rgepis was two days
old. To soin lie gavemn irtgages up
on the highway, the boundaries id
descrit,:',nls bei;g given in the lardxihl
sty Ie. I fa ako drew mortgages upon
the pro el It, of' Bllois 1. IaIoIn
Jlohm It lourtt, Sain liraiani and oti
rs (if (ir(:' wea'.thy mlaen, wIo never had
a dll u0pon theib. estates. All these
lie conveyed to his victi 1i1s, wh lao paid
hi I their nolley , giav, e him his Vier.
in'sSion,ald Went away eoinfident in
the smeni ity th.it held aheir ImdS.
( )ne great cau'se w.Iy he avis e i;ed
to contin ie his froialdlso long undi,
Inv'ered,. is tile fiet thalt nearly all of
his Sa1nirera's are Frenchi, who 'do not
in dergtand One langluage, and Wbh,
Wvere Sinrnt oh Wegal procednre
Im suCh t'tases. Every day, -a. 'ar, has
brughit to light so:in nwW act of' jis
0f all our spierdid rase.aJ, San-ders
.pOved him'.tlf Ihi chief. 1is
nwy !te.a of' rolbbery is iititledl to
helihst raink inl the Patent Officve (If
raality, anlohi -yl e irgerMes, such
us 11uorn-0 Elwards was, inmst not
hope for the tlistinguikshed reptation
Ant is so richly merAted by Saders.
Aeigg id Schn vier.- .1'. Mi1rror
sL week, it womiain na:ed Suits'r
c. 1ped fi-in-- her husbrad's ' reidene
i Moa1n 1Twnhip, BIntler County
01,i1, .iwith a you,1ing schoulhnst .
: icml. I e'ss wiho h:l heei teaichelr
d11i inq i the wte'Iiir iii the viciit V. aI dI
Iboarding at Sulser's hoiuce. T h i In
ni1b'1 w"1m1:111 had livel 1iihpily with
hter lurdband for near twenty v vars.
-Il was b.t bi\ a ie 'til e'r if' of tven
intreaig hildreni. :Shet, to-k with
hOr, her youn~gest Ahi', :at inhot,
dec -; ix with h10r bushIMld.) anldI
:i'''Ilt live thOIN .11d i1 ashi al , egi.
h1t1 Ilei'ot. Sh! wa the daig.tc'
Or a wcanhby old t1riner.IVI, who died
,it a Ve:u- .agoI, h]aVinig :a vCV
1han!.dso II' propier ty t-- hekr. The noltets
-heIl tolik wtith Ilerz were giv.Inl IbN- thet
areb s:: 1 ipOrtiiol if the luaid ill.
--i ted fromat*.'i her i ti th e a' li.ih:iiwere
1XAni in LI\1a 0r el h-r un1d her' buSh1:md
) the d, aker her tit, azo oIf' her v
r.ther who u a s ni at her bluse,
di". ni it. il pret en ! th:t the sid- I
boand- -s4trange. d(s.pnn ,e of*his *
la-r may hav' give i tie shiek iltat t
usal ~d!.The hush.Iiamd 4A lthe
mi~y f..tiv\uas inl the0 city yester- t
h ;' 1 l :t' a che to the wiere- I
(.I*91 the v ee pair, who h1ave I
biwel liO:i .I* his pe-n-e. lit- is af- a
1!-!.t er.!. y with grief, indl.ignationl, .1
ain I sh n.d:u is (,r lhie opinioi that :
hlish h:zs beeii in the directinm of'
w ork. It is f;Ired that. PeasT Il
11l - me of the note(:-1hed inl t is c
liet but the fati Ias not - n ascer.'- .
taititd. This is ione of' the miost re- e
at ii kaihle ('aies iif eloiemenwait of u hiehh i
i' bi:n- hI le trdt. It ct eems w holly un- a'
tue'imitale, y,' "the huniium heart is I
lceiut'ul tabive iall thiings andu desp~ea- L
tely~t wicked ." At hiiome slae was11 v
lei huisb~ande lhad' just Iinished a com-i e
oiiiIins andi e'letaat Iiew. house. aned b
th0e htest oif her" vlchiie was a ddaugh- v
er' fburn teeni ve:a 's agetO. A m'or'e e
iztce'tmig and happiy liazialy thian thle a
nme nowit dishonioi'eid aiid brokentt, was a y
la tzaight, ago , hiad to linda. .1
Cinc'in nai C"onamerci'al. c'
V tsu a o Dwzi-enm:x' lF.DSn i"oa t
fas.-Fa',ttenzingl an erz'de or dry'
ometunescause aby swellinagi
hew stomzach, whiebi izidee'd, it some.~
imnes burasts after' eatinag to exc'ess; it 1
-hiould always hec sakedl if' givena as
~tam-i-mucl(laha bete to gida it. Biar- 'I
Icy loeal or c'ake', sotaked inl milk or '
vbelay, is said toi be unisuyaijissed f'or i
tens rapidtly, bunt, maikes thae I aeon hard (1
mdia "ernu zchl." haidiani meal fattens ns
od biacon. hlta'ley'zeal is superi.
ra to e~ it', iad produices excel lent
nal i ty in t he baon. Pea-meial, s
iaixedl wuitha whley or ndiik, t'attenas a
-'ounzg pigs adm zirably, ail pricdneies r
he lizzest, qu tal ity of pork. W heat, C
nah:i thiis is twoaL' exeivSie, and only
hace orse'st k indl is used. it will fiattn
r~'eely, Ibut t h le meut is light and flabby. t I
itat-meit'alI fatlteus siitisfaetoi'ily; itud\
>r'oduaces the mowst de'iln mat as8 to e
iv ir. Tiare-umeal, a ma~ fr'om T1arcs .c
-i similar to 1henanmal, but not.t
uai~el to it, ill eieary. L.iaseed-mieali
Ihttons very rapidly in mixture with
other: meal, aut rIakes tlhe baeon oily
and flabby. A corns rand Deechimast
aregood.flyr store pigs, but fittenl very
slowly an1id never well. Acorns pro
luce good, firm hae.mn; but the bacon
(i.0m1 ieechmast feedinA is coarse and
nbby, wi~tunsound oily fht. Bran,
pollard -iimd seeds of weeds 'are very
iow faittent-rs.-Ay/. Gtrze//e.
DE.r & A l .uMAICAiL.:I Fine Doo.
--Died, in Chirlestowin, Massaclit
;etts, receitly, "Jack 1am11,"' a large
Ind vahiiable dog. belonging to Engine
2omipatny No. , f that city. Th e
istory ofthis (log is' ery iterestig
11d worilly of note. lie was oni of
*or. dogs ovnedmtPb a gentlenamn sdine
ears since, who tv is aetiustomiied to
uIruess theitotg l.ittle wagon, con
truet.ed foIr t herpose, in which they
Irew hir: AboAbt Ile coun'tr'y il1 horse.
3y SinIie me1n.11S, about fou years tgo,
te was induced o disp. se of; th.ie (og
o Mr. I Ham1, l ing near the No. 2
Enugine Io101se. III the il mily of Mr.
IaIn, ie iade himself useful in a
;arity 6'f hy -king the rale;
thing, the baby' out inl a little wagon
an airing, on (peasnat days, &c..
Ihe firemen of No. 3 became very
bnd of hima, tnld wonl his ednifide'nce
*y feeditigh.im in ill the elgine. house,
id at tiheir tabiles, .till at length he
oined the company, assisti..g !y his
vell kinwn b/Krk, -in spreading the
darm in Cases ot fire.
The engine.house was his home, and
to *-'ns Always the first to seize the
aPe n.d assist in dragging the ma
hilne to t1ie fire. lie Attanded 'All tie
elebinils of the company, dressed
a a unitirmi which tie company had
nade flor him, eating crackers and
-hee and dritiking colfee with as
a Ich apparcilt relish' as tile best of
hem. At. one time lie was by acci'
lent locked up in a1 building neisr the
iginmeh'ou , find M1 Alarm of.fire
wcing gi ve" n in the niit, .jack Sn''vng
ihongh the window with. his well
:nowI bark, n'ndLL took his plaee at the
vies with the rest of theni.
~ie.Wis.a geinena t'avorite 'with the
i hole neigiorhu, and a see
iie h frieid i the streeI samtL
Ig tlhem with I gocd-natred bark
Iid a 'rag of the tail. The company
ave is da iuierieotvpe, besides hav
bia: luauinted on canvas, and will
Imye hiis in s" uil ed and pltced il
lir' 1 en i-use. His disease was
Id~ffe, t1ough it is iot known exact
how old he was.
UiI FiEr I -rm- GmJLv.-We
aimoet see the jutice of accnsing the
'residen t of a design t) involve tI&
unitly in wair, bliase lie has ordeif
d in inicrease of tile I lome Sqiadrof.
Voluld 't not In well 1oI those wk
rraign his motives to As'ertain lii.i
h jects. and learu m hat bo-ders Jrai-e
een) given to the coln unad ing o' I*r,
kfire l ti'e convict him of invqjv;iig
li - CounlILtry in Wa'-. Nothiig is knowI
ith rtainty of tihe instrnetionsgi-ven
a ('mu ('alabl, but, if' no ,tav
e periitted to colije'tulre, it niot
kely that hre has been iordei-d to
Vete pIst olitrlages, lit to'resist
nd muni-h any fluture aIttemlpt of'
panish vssels tp searc'h olr nier.
hantmen inl the Gulf. This -is per
Ctly legimimt 1)1e, and, as a peace poli.
v, the very best in the w6rld. It it
lies not prevenlt future outrages and
ventual war, ais we hiope amLu' believe
will, it wil b e simiply I e'anlse Spain,
lying upfonl the assistance of the al
es, is detueruimed to provolle us into
fight, at a'Il hazards, andl this she
'mild inievitablly contrive to -do,
-hether a fleet were sent to' the Gulf'
r not. TIhe truth is, if we' lad a
Irge naval estabilihment , as we de.
outly wish we laid and t.u President
muhd send ai score of' screw~ ships of'
m line, and twenty or thirty smnailler
essels to the guIf, arither Spain,
',nglanid nor FIrance, nor1 the thrlee
*abined would permit themselves
,lhe involved in a war with (lhe Uni
~d States. It is 0our mniserabile weak
ess, as a niaval power, that invites
(lope Writes the poetry of' a boy,
ut, memiior'y PW~t oif' a muan. Mor'
oks fihrlward u ith smile's, but back.
ard with sighs. Such is the wvise
rovideince of' God. The cupi of life
sweetest,.at thle bimi, the flavor is
opaired as wve drink deeper, and (lie
regs are made gitter, that we may
ot struggle ifen it, is taken from our
Ihabit, in a child is at first like a
fider's web; if' neghected, it becomes
thread or a twine, next a cord 'br a
>pe, finial ly a cabies and the:wt ho
in break it?
A fellowv c'oming from the toji of
Ie Alkluanies to New York, ini
Vhltey,.'was aisked Whuther it was as
ildI.there as in the city.. WUoraibly
>ld,' said, be, "fir tiey hilavo no
iermiogeters thereo and, of-. coure,
tets'jiust nk cnlt .a' it e .Lik :.
A CiifLESO.-A. little fbp,
ceiving titmi;elf insuited' by a getl
man who ventured to .givc Wlim some
whidlesome ad vice, strttted up, to hi11
with an Air ofrmjirylted, pid Said
sir, You .are 'o gentlemdn! t4ere -is
my card-'consider yourself challeng.
ed. Should I 'e. from homo te'whi
Vou N dnor-re I i'th C ci,. ' slinl eav6
word with a friend to stettle te -Ire
liininaries to your satisfaction." - T4
wiicl the other replied, 'sir you are 16
-fol--herd is my card.-consider your
Yio. T'1 led! Affd Aoutld I not .lIe .p
horie when you call nme -)Ou will
find I have left orders with my ser'.
vant to kick you into the street."
A military officer, -of diininn iv i
stature, was lately drilling an- Irisf
ainn conziderably above . sixe
"H od up your hend1' said the 61h6
ele'vating the cliik o the Irisliminb
with the IeUO of his iqe to an aligle
of forty.five degrees. "Hold uy your
head so,. and-thiosW gour eyes 'so un.
wIt Lo the right, thus."
"And must I always do so, ny -Ift'.
ble captiir?' asked-i iye'w, recrlib,
with ininch Op11AeSt sAf' ility.
"Yes. always," answered tlie'dflicer..
"Thein, 'are ydu well, my dear lit.
tle fllow, rejoined Padd-y, I shal n.
er see you -ogain."
am afraid y'u will 'doie.c
want," said an old lady.t6 lei daugh
"I have come to wiant already,"
wis te rcply, "I want a hice yout*
A small 'yisce (f paper .r 'Rht
just moistened wIti 1ni-p1iet'i, ni
put into the wArdrobe or dsaivers f&i
a single day, two, or three times- A
year, is suffleicrit preservation against
A inotorious Mniser havihg 'h'a'l A
very elequent charity serrnoj' i;ilui
sermon," said he, "so strongly iroves
the necessity (f alms, I hav'e Mitivmt
ii mind to beg."
"li savnprv anlamnn fihi'e
njarried,".sald Aunt Bethaity. "Y
but iW'S a great daCi more solemn n6
to be," said the maid of twenty,
Why is lian's coat larger. then h6
pulls it out of a carpet.bag? Because
lie finds it in crese.
"eddv t-y boy just fudsiS
many clicese tlicre is in this ly6 th'
faith I'll give ye the whole five.
"Five," said Tddy. -
"Arrah my so.wl, bad luck to the
man that tould yer.
An experienced woman -asserts, tha'
when men break their heairts, it is all
the sairie as when a lobster breaks one
of his blAws--Athi2.r outing imme
diata-ly, anld grpg'i Its ylim.
A very abspt, minded individuil
being upset IrI- a boat in the river,
stink twice be orem be remembered that
he could 5thW.
A minister haizi prin precun A r.
mn 'a was ilis enson sdn .houI-A
after he aed A ton'tl'd h ptni.
(if it; he replied that, -'Twas.good, but
it spoiled a dilnier Worth tito or It."
"PAt can y'e tell m IAt is
"T'o be.'sure I chn, Aimnni.'"
"Well thin, 'will ye be afther dd
"Yes, jist, it's a womnan that hat
never beent married at all."
"lie ye .11ii t-nesti Pu?"
"Yes, .Jimniiy:" -4
"Tha~ saints Iii Ieavenmdae, jraiset,
then? my mother is a virgiin: 'niy tixth.
or never married her at all,,.sure"
PAnoDv's Ib.UNDitr.-"O yis! 0 yiM'
eied.an Iraishmdun in the street a fe*
days since, ringig. a .bell,. "lost,. be'
tweeni twilve ''clock and M'IKinneyA
stoire'on Market-street, ea largb bras&
kay-. I'l not be, afther tellin'ye thIet
it was, but~ It wats the~ l;ay to the lii4
"My iove," says Mrs. Fooie. Itd.
her husbanid," "obligo rie with 'a live
pound. note to daiy, to ptjreliase a-new
"Sh~an''t du hy sntthe thin~ Agnibs;
yon called me ma bai- .gu~a
meant by it that .youl were fwud .f .t
but hero's a ten,"
"Ilo* is your husband,.dearV' aist
ed one hidy of attother.'. 40-,.hu I l I
ii very bad state "'wAu the reljg
"Aud raf whaticind of' AtAte IA he
hii" persisted thle other.' '"In the Statd 4
"Never pull out a gray h~al
.a gentleman to ils glaughtr, "as Lwyd
generally comnes 'tb its funeral'" "1
don't care. hoie many cone~ t9:e'fg
n~eral,'i they aui entna' draail i