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-we iimI eniin tote Pmars11 . the Temple of our Liberlic. and It it must fall, we will Perish auidst the Ruins."
SIJKXS DRI0~& o. Popieor. .EDGEFIELJD S. 0., JUNE 10, 1857. -OL "X..-- 22
WILT THOU LOVE HER STILL?
WiL thou love her still, when the sm'ny earls
That over her bosom flow,
Will be laced with the silver thread of age.
And her tep' falls sad and low?
Wilt thou love her stili, wheit the Suimer'7' smiles
tn lier lips no longer live 1
"I will love her sLill,
With right grood will.
Wilt thou love her still 7 then our etaea iS!ed one
To tly sheltering armis we give.
Wilt thon love her still when he- changeful 'ees
Hfave grown dim with 1.rw's r:in
When the losom that beats against thine cwnt
Throbs slow with weight of painI
When her silvery laugh rings out. no m->r0 .
And vanih her youtiful charmis'l
"with Aree gool. will,
1 shall love 1.er still!"
Thou wilt lv'e her still 1 tlhCI our deare.t oCne
We uive to thy loving arms.
lemeiaber no grief has she ever knowa,
Ifer spirit is light and free.
None other, with falteri.- step, has plnrst
Innarmost, shaaades. 1 i v he!
Tlhena a itt tlia love heras! ill. when youi.gi of aauth
li thbeir bl'iA.ia1ng blowm depart ?
" Tlrou-h good :anl ill,
I will love her st~il!
Thaen wilt thiot love lier still hiena um; darling; take
To the jay of tiy n ilviar:
Remaiewric.' for tlee loes mhe smaailin g ieave
Thi. frienlds of] her early days
Nc. lonager Lo mvet their ala' )vil( 'oks.
Nor their l".nd4. naaiaened praise,
F'or.:'i e her. the'. if t' tars fall tA't.
Atid loi-e to lo-ve her well.
" I will live lier still.
With righitoa.l i!l
'n.ala wilt love her :till 1 then witl paceull trust
We our sobbeing sorrows quell.
Wlhe'n her nthier is dead. an. the emerabl sod
L. (s son.1 (onl 1.r te te' :ie s
Wwn b..r- bo.-he-r's v4oice- is w iwrl:Ui
.AI her si.ter'- lhshed to rae
Wi iL tih.nI lo h r still t" f orte. shie l
11er sAm a. |i fe's trohil!ed ea!
"1 will I 're her ,I ill,
Thrur':ah :. a ood aill i"
W'zh mar iage vow 4n ier youtlh-C: a I N
Tlhel, we -Ive (41t chai!l la 1., v
TrifE 4.1.ThI.G IT."
. Vih I hI:'at. ,tail it ! I r tatr l w I
waOal I ive if cIlid (;ily A-1:11i a ua
linre'l 3lr. I.eed, ai he le:lead hr. e ad'w I
na the :a 'he 6:hl re''el 4a1 the b ' .. a
iile the tiik tear.s -* abbed up' in h hic
Sihe was a piaCttv lit the weinrm. tl:e wife (f a
var;i. hIaoceh tear's 'iMme her Iface ''a-. he
ti'.a;.nbi t 'herart'.i singt oir the' tw'' Iroa 1er
!aeks. thaat cheerless NoveWall mora.;'' wi ;
the 'ulh-brownih clouis ph:. w a 'h
sKv. :md athe liarsC wi'1 a i a'd cuin.
hr h1etl once maore. and a a' aelii t .
ecer ki h hn tile C!Iaa leA-It. " h't 0lie si uali i'a'v
pke4o ro1 amlt shIpyto i:1e. jn- t beL
a.,-e I .,ai-i Ishou.ld lik~ that ne velvet car
pet1 a'. 3Ave'.s. Wea'l!. I 'hln i't lr- v o ' '
p':art, the;' wtas ever su'h :i thin'a t... a om'
:.ati-.fed with wimnt she hI' "(t. I ti'ink 't w a
realh tmind.~a f. haiaa. any~'. wv ;' :aai' i nothian ina
1he ~v w..rll caould huavet'aa' m aiae m a ieve. 1hlbre
I n::n-rc Iie Henry 1.el. 'a t lhe'would have
nord t htat ti nie of wl~ia in' TpeC'i. t-> ile.
liat I :.2,- I waas na:.'re to balam'i han he.:ute
all: ;a f.rI .-aid a goaod inany1 'sairid thn.I
:aan t wi--ha nay tonulaae had' bee cu a t ol' 1ob.
haer pased my lips ; buat s inehow y ''tem;1 r
one ki:ah wonlr;, or even ki i:g nte! -ite
wya~ai~a ano e oit' reak of ars.
--~ 'vea't hie !:osn'e tili' h t .au !a- 0:
I ever, yeat through~l this~1'.; drae'ay. d!,man~l ay.
knaawin'g all the timie H ::!'sa anr with me; he
whoi' has brneen .-ueh'! a trU. genetLrous, lov ing' hur~-a
b'awail IIlaow 'a wi-h I caaali see't himt, jusat a
mainute, and' forgettner1 all y ptricde, wind my
:aarmas about his naek ail saya, "' lhd. Uma really
sorry ;ao wont you forgive inc this once ?"-andc
'The prett y lady sprungI1 frcoma the table,1 a new
dectermaaiaion ~ heihiteaning: t he. 1fait co lou ina her'a
chaee, and bringing 1batck the :sparkle to her'a
I'll take thie omnibus. atal to ri.-at dawna to
f anthli.'e, naud maake upj with him;z secce if I
Theac yoatn meriehcI~~cmt w~as le:miag-. with a
weiary, .! at-dcje.'tead saurtcof c.apr'essiont, covera
dri'aft-. la.t t.,. in emife.s- c'id.uionia:. Sa'methaing'
hmad g'n 'a aong. Is clerks kunew this wvl'ea
he' *auanc han his storae that aaornaina. -ca 'loomaya
:mat' retirent!. si thiorugh4ly unalike' his nc-a'; II--'
enrg 'i. jovial amaaera. that alway c; rie
.sunineaia inatoa the dIaz k lt'ateroomai. l-~ie lte
recpec'tiitl 'listance f romaia em.i.!-yr "anda' didi';
iminige~ ina ::iya of his' o.ld .ta~ ike
$amlhenly' the~ aaerek'lat hae ,a p, an saw
hais. wife aking.. her'a wa tii ug ll'the .'e
.straight to. his de-k. Ib~ iaa renya .sh-le lo.ked'i
that gicornini..,i in the lit th:' ti-iceal vele hat.
w ith its aimai'oni I: aiani. :'.1 . er I al.'''k,.
th;at wlav a* o a' 'lalrInhi3 I.-eclai' afa iii:;
hi.df ana.ia diiai-Engtat the rog -aaaadl I!.au 'hi, I!.:at
o'w I b tray Leeds~ was vea y Irn i f his
soaca,i''n'al :aaivcen i ait 1 he .a are alw ay c'xwit''l.
us' ma'-' nyj to tieet het', th~e surpi'e ian h.is tiatre
'tahaaeaiag the clouda thereuiom. Shte came
II. ha v iiwispceed the sof', ea;,'.r, tiamid
'ao4i..' "I''it -co vetry 'a'r I "iahi I !.o.-e crco
Shai.." t'' yu th li., moincga'lt; I wasc p atly to
hhlaiae, :.1al thecy'vc iaae han' naha.appy ever
sinae; sI Iv comeaaa cei'ar down a' her ]ue to aimke
nyj, aind harat youa sa oce' morez' thaat you love
TIhe c'lcin'h was :ahl golic'. ''ilea'a w:is ai wormlIl
cf ten aitl aerness that laM kedl down'i froami thlose'
dlark eyes onI the lady.
i. \\,'at lelc- 1iii. .W.aline ! aitn hiavent I me
clear 'lal'aa er l a at ? I a- wiire I'' hhun~ae
- Ithtam , on,4 a grait adeal, bait s'imae buaasine.s mat
t er 'were t-roiailig mie, and l'ma a t'jnebya folii.w,'
I gneac's. anya) how."
Na a you're not ; I felt all fthe timtiIhl you
were diispalan.-edl withI me. But you ada lsove ame
im.:L a well as ever?"
That iniile, that glance, would havc sati.sied
"'She i. a jewel, any how," lmuruI.ged 1Iirr'y
Leed, to hiiself, after sh had left, a he ar
ran.:ed hiisordere.1 de.sk, with a hiee as cliang
ed iind bright as the sky outside. for the snil
hal suddenly plingeil throughli the clouds. " I
we have pretty good sales this week, Pit just
get her that carpet for a Chi'ktmas presentt-see
if [ don't.'
To hhethe Phi!i'diiph:i Jouneai:
Si: Some time ago a .wuilb wen It the Indtlln
of the nliewspapers, to the elleet hat - tho pen
alty of n:airimony is a inother-in-law." i.ike a
good1. manyv sniari saigit Iva, very unnman
nerly ; and c-pecially to one of the m.-t c-ti
ii;lble portions o *oiety. Tihe accoU11ipanying I
men~tranc wast. pelmld at the time. anm tilled
pi, on ooki OVCL' mpa'.per. IL ik sent, to y)u
iutr publi.ation. j pu chnie.
Your.;, &C., P1. 1B.
j f u. s::F loR 'mnI:."
L The penal31tyI of mnatrimnyw" saith Some
Wag, is a Imoither-in-law." Let us I urn the
t' is a .,On-inlaw. Nw allitt tilg tile tIwo
pro~postion., who hath the advaitage? Who.
my ier son-in-law, lti Lue t by wif'.. who11hou
hast p-olnised to lve, to it upjI witi thoze stil
kr'1its wlicit tOw int11in'est ill when ll ethmg
hlath tot iov(d sImvotilyv withl thee in thy bit
than thy~ contvei.'eence requireth. 01r when thy
party hath ee' defeated at. an eleit i8n. or when
(prtvok'ling inchient !) omlne one ith i out.talked
tdiee Inl anR ar111mnent ? 'Who, whenl inl ;multry
n11e-timl th woustavoid Ll tihe (1114 of'
Ohe ii strect' and thie heate 'elcti of the
1un ra'mhn.- wall b going to thle SprinI.
reinint t me to ' lt'L i.:ok after the hou1e. tilo
arllof t11; intere.sts t.. partAke fit' thiy pllea
iire. h' i' herage and he' (t inilirlitie" re
quir'1 e reilaatiion qulite asi much121 .thou ?
W Vl ah.ye i1,e Pete'. an.lIly. amid P1gy
h1'0 tilhe II:. w! i rilttem . tervt h
thitd StOry bacIk c ilnabler. witil her.-ef, tI Ii
dithei :uing? W'' ho, whe tL hadi t in
~ :attack .4f :Ipt sikesto wh!ich th.u,-r
lial (for* 'wh Iv o * ". p oml'. 1 u:'elo'ai
:tiling: u) eahied 6th. Ife.,L. by.a, - i:. :ul re
Wo.; when Ih, sit thie IIally Seren m.I
p-rI I'X thy hl.pmiate. by talri.wig : h. I n :t r
,i'e-t 1eo i w i afte be.tituo.--, iikei e i
--e .. ot .. 11nd 4procure6h I~ t ha., Ithe :m.Ie
I :., ar rchd ' iWh M1 ht
If lthee '' . i.a . a ' wh1Ien am...n;: ' t la r Imth r1
inw.r ht. t hin wh1elt she liy
t h'.';l wi l d V *n- creiii. aIl' - 1 n edn .-C
hitt !L: .4in6 a.411- ::;:1 r i'n. 11 W id h Ah. cai
not but know11 idwe It, beU.iee ? Whotaei
careto nil n tie g.,.iinthat thou-ntv .i~.
to the reli valf itc hAe e tiite. c'r to, ic' a'. , ,
lit::) oii ief ' at ..nue lt i tn ',' tnd fot: i'tth
i illudie Q It'h ao. we:1n iW. h:!-iser ione
Whlo ath donle heee;itngs i'it'-Le nta th1.8
A' l111ie -ito~i~ 111. Witha thl a:thl'toii. l*Ie
ohein-h! pi i tu s1 hill h Oe ore than
i.e..m !-S!.e h i
t.,t:..lL.. - *ud of h oe i - - porl ito -
:ii" ..o t l e .c 8 tXe it to Io w a htow a : h
liTlll n k ...l a ll ti .e :-- :nf 18 helr to $CI'itt.'
a':.:n..! l i'tlei : he l'a-ece duea t h er it : IlI
y lani. noti erly 1 :trea o 8all :in.::eIn in ei i~'ISaf"
I t h 88 c it n'l'ot do thi.-l 8 :ml.,.-- fti i-- Uit'e
u oin ' : i--in::ee.-ate..u haiit .:oe hab fti'.t i'' m fre -g
lie rfp al.ewd- tho kint ->we-f ' t .,be hi:bl
f .'W. 1 .. . t i !! ! I t
-. eli:; ip .:, . cai':at ; ::11i .; '.t fon ' Live ry. !
jC:'LU moilr~ i.t't pbeiee y it am: i~ il--:
k:,0.l itig i a wi 1 ' coti it.'
. il n-- :i vtji ::bl inetin , fi'iofea ifi I d 1-h
you ouldm-ve hea ofit.
t'ai' lilt1. es 11-etO~ ":881(:l cll -' fier'.1 a' - -
-l''l'. but iey are' f'i no they i 011e tht pn--t
i th't.'i L . L --. ii ndi I 1118 le i p iseztiS ianii t ere
if in til' i-. Iir f'in ot onl t he piiiC~l~ohts
pumpl~l hanil i a -.ui t'hapnlehn the 1.1;flnro, eu
elear' o~l. . have a.large full grown nos., and
tough as sole leather. I rush to the rescne. T
oler it up as a sacrifice. I clap it to the grind
stone. Felluw citizens, grind away till T huller
enough. and that'll Le some tilic fir.t.
'Time's mnost out. Well, I like to forgot to
tell yo: my pame. Wt's I]hmiel. (foi.r ,'hort. Dan.
Not a h:nm.fl-:ie mieC. fiir my parents were poor
people. wNho lived where the quality approq~li
ated all the nice naims ; therefore they' had to
take what was left and divide attuid amliong-us
-.but it's as handsmane as I am) 1liiel~ hisel.
Remember every one of you that it's lt Swin.
T ani -ure to h elected. so one and a1.i great
and small, short and tail. when yon nme dm n
to .lackson alter the election-stop at. the andi
tor'. ollic'--the latch string always hangs out
-enter vitho.ut knocking, take olf your thing.
and make yourselves at lome."
A DOCTOR'S LIFE.
The following are souie of the sweets ofi a
Doctor's life. Tf he visits a few of his custol
era when they are well. it is to get his dinner :
if' he don't do so. it is because he cares moire
alaut the fleece tham the 1lck. If he goes to
clmrh regularly, it is because be has nothing
else to (10; if he dont't go, it is because lie 1:%
noI. repeet for the S1bbatilh or religion. IT 'he
speals tio a poor' person, he keops 1had comv..n ;
it ja:sses them b%, he is better tham other fokci
If h:e has a good earriage, he is extravag-nt ; if
lie uses at poor one on the .scoeu of ceionomy. lie
i deliCient iln neces:,ry pride. If he inakes
p~eties, it i. to s-fh-soap tie peVOaple to get ieir
menr if'i'it' lie do't make them, Ie is afrai. f
a1 en?! I. his horse is flit, it is because he l:i;
nothing to k. ; if he is lean, it is because he
i:,it taken care of. If l'e drivs fat, it is to
make people think somebPdyi is verv sick ; it he
tives5 slow. he hias no interest inl the wLeilare of
his patinta. t 1' lie dresi.s neat lie is prowl ; if
he dsa not lie i waiting in sell-re:pet. I I' he
works on the hand he is lit for' rliing but a
ri-er; if' he don't w it i-: be-ause lie is
too lIzy to be anything. It' lie talks munch.
we dtlai waint a <:mae.tor to tell everythi'ing lie
k:,~a i i he don't talk, Iw 1 /v: at du:
.-.:." I r iiavs :mytiig atbut
he hd .tt-- let it if he doni .ay
, 01hi is' Ir !a Eisit his tiet-As evey daiy.
it is to rim Up a i ill; if he doai'i, it is Inkit i
. i-1thi r lip ni.. It hie iavs aniiythin: i aliout 'e
:iia n. I a j . y, uerlie ' i he : ' e i., .1a
i iil 1i he Iu-s :an otvv fallyiI te polmil reei
.of' the lie, it i. t. c'aer to the whim-lnd pr''ii
.:-esor U:e i aeop.l t till Iis p .. ets; it'he
a.:On't uA, ti(-n it is from i r aial .-elli.hnel .
if lie is in ti habit of C1i."n;oumel otte:1. it
I is bea n- e lie ka m,ws it' !.ii a oilht ts 141
h i;: 'it on the ground Ii he uie -tlands
h! w in -iiio.%: , lie is a:i''dl a4 expohla his
; ign ira'e to hi. supericiS. H' .e e .-; li1*t.a
one-half \ hi-, serice . ha .: rea t/n
I li-.1t a grl.:aIt hu a -. W ho wntil't he[. v.1
W iT ''il ' "TAN B1 IM A.'!1.
*o r- I i t wei . 1: !:. I "and f a-t - i ii; 1:1t
- 'ie r, w i m i ton 1 on n io : ltt -
ai .r~o:o i a. a~ i al '. them t ii
b eV;-ye" (r t!::,' t ver e . the houan
C r do k w.A: i v a An i= aia.
a:dt h''a ' f a i--i o r m i i-md .-onm ii !d' i'aae
rl.n-. 'aif. i' .d~eta iaai---aPort Iery
: l :- .\ at,.Is t;, ''aa. L: e tOI
sano . a .I
t ies,ok..i -w acteemnato, :be
an kil o iho fwneo anl.dpn
'alfrthf r.ain "! ' a
I aiive' detcte ti' he~ av ingrdint ina~ a.
of the ines which I h..ave ~ xamine, and 'theli
s'iai thei- brmies::mdlaa at (:ia taie,~ athough
ther isa ) a vea t ejac a 'rt . w i ne" 'in SIaiket
Jl:aiap'd i i n- pat, 'an athe pure': .. Pc..
* think~ Ii. woula 'eali''''.a i um(ttera'i to n-1
tiln an all p"rt :d mani" f the otfi Ii' he wine:s
i~above. mhat 'ae:1hiila ioi ih e ithrer
ter e . via r or'a~ worts al' .,ai ba'it wit h the
it :iliiii a.etsa had. iila'~Ialel
iv hiaell, in thea o muie o' myi~aa: inspen-.
neral en't. a'eolyaic la spirit. when it ou ald hutie
aaram liar't h-liie tal a. pe e t nc h le prb
Im tha'e (Ilti ic tled b~Ciy a opundeit I e1l(
., et il. W il of it iro! al 'Niinn elli, iw toi
makei inte aiade :u d stinat t!ing, ais al hguor of
bntia iper ii! ae bhth. i nl'Iaan ttli t he' waquer
th ee thav :a'.;:ao ..' aI :i'1 l' man : iin i aiart tol
luut at a hoaient thira a mu'. o:.h
Io d it' it aill i the ma~ihC t. said a ieleici'tn::ml
t ii k ' o, ione n tr a'r i. '.'a11~f o IV''m
anth' iti am leao in his ee. Viiai .' uh fam'
atn tieul.icat " illahai yed :'aaliea tumkr.'t
~~'eu aai.obl ji a t heaar hiiim h~ller, d l..~ah
hat':t lith' b''~ .O he d app. wi les heia ei
phiiinedttat mtfh apre'pt i'di noa saly toany
::i'' lie ha. i al."conchaled mihiy waiat o
i"'i alu it hioIuhl no have doneli tad ay child."'a~
" Ti,- heulil t l opped me,~r" rep~lied young'viLi a
a Ii.t ter,"aida te -ire,'li '" ' foryou tohe ledi'
friui b to 'Jarnn-." -l
" Ie.b, rep~'.lieda' 1yi:i hopefu'l,' byi wayiof
Iiat afin i haaal clinebr,"i".ack en run'twie lis ast
nyt !a .en. :aii ndavoe to~ina compol e hvislf.
Ve v o lichi a :ol, ve l lel liy aml veryhiloophi-g
lci'' Jf a no ie ie, " b~ o ae lieu ! .n
iaai lit tl i nif Ii am 'gie t rp a t tsi
may :nul everyin~ da, has the amrn ig tesilledo
Ian'e ihe~ rl ins~awn murmurin std, toka
.n.. u ta e lie, n-ainile"ieaial Aaa
Mrau:.zoyN UN CTraMAuNY.-A CoiTespoldent
who is travelling in Germany says: ''he e(cr
mans have a queer wny of mking bride, and
of diing some othel things in the coiin::i al
nairrvinz war. When a maiden is b-etrotlied,
she is cailed. ' brid."f1 and so coitiliis till sle
becomes " wife." All the while she ix engaged
she is a - bride." The lovers, inmidiately upon
their betrothal. e.xchange plain gold ring, which
are woi Cvr afterwrdIs till death parts them.
The woman wears hers on the third finger of
the left hand, and when she becomes " wife."
her ring is traIferred to the third finger of' her
right hand, and there itremains. The hui-and
alVays wears his ring just as the wife wears hers.
So that if you look Upon a lmau's hand you can
tell whether ie is niortgaged or not. There is
no cheating ior him ever after-no coquetting
with the girls, as if be was :n umiarried man;
flr-, lo! tihe whole story is told Iy his finger
ring. A married .Tirmmese lady was noch
amiu.ed when T told her that in our country we
only ring" the woien, biut let tie huitsbais
rin at large unmarked. - (I. that is ieadfnl !"
said she. more than1fI' shocked. " Only .hink,
flit re is Fredcriek, urslniland-only twenty
foitr-so vouni, fn . doic-that all the girls
would be takiig lhiniifor an umniirried man, and
be makimi love to him! Oh. it is dreadul ! 1
would not live in your country with Federick
A A N 0ro-rT: orWA. ASH roM -3rv [N His
Lir:.-.iliie the Anerican Armiy. unler the
coinnand ol' Washigton. lay cne:iiped at Mor
viwnl) N. J., it occui-ed lhat the :e1vce of
the C.nmintaioin (then o1 seervl semi -ami ia ly
Uly) w.is to be adinilerel in the Piebyt
riait Chuni of that village. t Ine morning. in
the previous week, the ;cenra. after li accus
totaed inspection of ':he CCamp, visitel the .houi-e
o1'f Rev. Dr. .Jones, then pastor of the Church.
and, after the usual preliminaries, tlits aecusted
him, "Doctor, I underitand that, tle i.ord's
Supper is to be celebrated with you next Sun
dAr :would learn if it accor.h with the canons
of voulr Church to ao.dnmit communicants of another
denmiuination ?'" The Doctor replied " Most
ce-'rtaiily ; our is not the Presbyterian table,
.evneral. bint ihe Lord.s table ; and we hence
givc the iivitation to all lis followers of what
:oe".'er name." 'he General replied, ' I am glad
ot it, I thonitt T would ascertain it fom your
1ef s I props to jiin with you on that occa
iin. 'T'ihiug. a meibeor of tile Church of Eng
land I ha~e no cxcuive partirlitis" The
Doetor re-uam-,ired hiin of a cordHad welcome. alnd
the Geniial wax funil se:ted wiih. the comui
nicants the next 'abbiath.-N. Y. Earpres.
I'SM.rr'urii. Lov.:.-The I iherty (Indi:ual
tin uniithuIl hie, doibli. d l i , ad h ani ,I
:. m -aicide. he occurreee took place in
hi.a fwmiles ti.-a.1, iber-ty:
We,- have been plauted inl possession of some
mo.Lt ma.Wholy itets in relatin to a % iuny man
md ! u lily. 1!he former a resident of l'reble
ie, iuni, ndl then itter a reideunt of O: i<trd.
Sai.: that the gentlelu'n is a student
:.I the ne .~:ke-demy, and the' la
i : ..; bt thiied. Jei''ng aii.:im fiim her a
iii' wi, I.He met lurletd two wi.t-ks aii*, and
SMYd hN n - 1 ceT 0-10:1:1 un-ai.Abbsh
- e n.-po -lnthadh :- r;: u k i : b -
a Ih-..m dlw hadi ficshd the l hiof* her
aor ' -viln, odo 1cor...ew su.- to flmd
w l -- . . :. 1 1m1h. r..n -: .) i e ou :.
1%; 1* ni'
e freniia.i'. ''noi i n antt./-,
- h: h' .:: - e t t le h --
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I.\ !! lil. ' l'l' s1
Th !, i i' treicp o ! ' ter re
ceived in Dent 1 fri.rstewtr
.'IUg dh- .ekw-- II not hear any hing.'
fromi ve 'se:t t 'he't I tme I wn.I to ye.i I imv'
moveti frem I~~'~ the le wer ii' live or l
.hold have witten t you 1before. Idid not
kow whelire a lettr mite lind yoru fir 4t, it
I now take myi pen1 ft drop von a hew lines ti
inform ve of' lie de'h of y:our owliing :::.'le
con: vu lsioi. perf..-uiet amul sp..'''ideas. all tie
title talili i c' . erent ly n ~ iri':11 a
teri. J in very~ nioeh ait a low 1t. tell ye' what
hi.: death is oi'-uied at, lint thue doctoir thminks
it was Irn'Laionedh by hi last elekiie-, I;er he wa~is
not well ten days a't a ine duinig his coin-:
met .l.' on kno just a., well an 1 can
el ce-.e ': twenty:-five y.ear's old last
.lreit, lacir'n:..: fifteen m'onths, amnl if hei hi~il
ied til this tinme - he w oull heen six inonths
N. I.- akev notis I encloe to yoiu a tiii ['ounid
ntote wichi Iou fat~l ih 'er scents to youiiii l unb inwni
to ine. VoL'ir withe ir ullen spakeis of ye----he
wudI like to Fenid ye the lVitmile cow ar d I witd
en'keher to ye lint fuir the horriuns.
I wu be4't ye nuot to birake the sale ov this
;diuer until two or three dayvs ailteri yeC readi it,
ir which time y'e'l be bet ther pr'eparied for the
P'AT11TC K t 'BlI.\N IG(AN.
United States of Ameriky,
s tale of Mas~saelmsetts
Tm.: MAr'i.1-: Si;.iu: ('nori.-The State ofi Ne~w
Yruik pr'odun's iin.i'i sulgar thani any othlei' Shat'
in ie I nioni u.\'eht I itulslat. fli' e'siniiiatue
of' Ihe iiaplhe sugar pro'tduction of that Staite fu r
te priei'nt yiear is twethy millhins .iipuns
which is vail uat twio iionhiiis and a halt' of'
dollars. Th' nmaple sugia' ri rp for the whole
tiin is iestimahtedi at i;s.500,tt00 punlds, wiorh I
$s.;2,500, 01. very nearly cignal ho one-hlf~l the
prdti'ii' from the sugar cane ini the inited Sh ah's
it yearui. lThe incire'ased pie iof sugar ha~s
shiultedl thiu pruc'itioiin, whieb, duriing thet
ver how pices df stugariS fron 1$50 to 185.h,
hmi eaus'id the' nmnihetur'i of' mle sugaur to
hull til to abnost nothtling.
Music is I lie most deligh'tful, rational euter
taiet thamt thei hiuman umid can possibly eni
; oy.-jenum .smith.
Fromn the Lcdington Flag.
COJLUIJ1A ANID 11.1i31BURG RAIL ROAD,
We wouil c :01 the attitilion of' or readrs~
particularl loa oug anid iniume.'inig letter onl
ti'.n, andl al-a4i14ib Willi nmi ilvv- eitos
aill pr~eit':icl c'o in.::suio44. lie' taike a c;ilin and
impartial viww LAI tli., (to its~) deqeply inlteresting
.'nlect. awl prosenIts. it, in -,ll iii imphortant
bearillg:4. ill a 1ohilu andI( pouinte linalmer. Wc'
trust every olwe I)[ till re.aders. ol' the J./a!, will
re.ad it i'ni In'ginIJizg to iv'4. and prond':i ;vt.*I
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ill,, Xf :144 ColAiiin an Hiillambu~lrg t11, is. no
rY.:1soil *.! av wo.. Slol'l I)(. so) c..4:npelly% dkscoar
I..; nut 14.4 flakl' aI 44'4)14 e4'iir. A I trt
-III t4i''L4Io;'41(?.: 11i. omrattn'-nit.I
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Mv~i 4(~l W~ill f lei inc:1411d4',l 1)04.fit: oif tills
gr:t iiIru11'.t44144 v444 cit, I 1141..!4'll 114'Ig4'ess: :1141d
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01-4ifli'L iir 11 lIT6C01:4 0ljl4Furt1llit .* 1,11C na'
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p.'' lull. 9",i le'r lvs. will Lie a1nd,! :iit al
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cedii'' lI4 I-)4' ac14:'l.' Il'441 i''v. 1I'.Wrlk W ., 4
.' !ivomII. that. I. v the4 heaty co04 1i(4r:tillll oft
te Roda:d v M" .4':44'4. We, Mayi taxke tile p4roper nli
tiato1ryv .steps tiwva'& it. 42U44 .44'uetioii 6%, jpr)ci
rill- :1. 14ev. Chlstran11d, it' nL'esiarv, a4 kil aid
Cruml theI hnot 1 .gi-lture1.
It Woulld inivied he 11t wa4ste of ink and I144ji!
(cel:4': is tlS 414'av.) tw descaollt, ill this enllight
i.1n0d day.' upon4 the~ innny advanta-pes and iblL'5.
ings thathlvdnld lie dt.ri,'ed fromi a lRailroad run
nling thro'4ugh the 1,ilie-1,1.11tis uk I exillgtOlt Dis-.
t4ict. .Lveiy oneC lln,44 that it wo Jil enlhance4'
th 14 11to 4)f* ouItil :4 ti'4l, i ;1 1o-, br1114f oizr
tiinllIler nill4 woodl inito ina:rd't. unIZdl awl Iut--k
4'4!41h all thet 1Q.i4)4rL'4' Xi 3!ie country4, i1c~4.tv
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From the Clirleston Courier.
DEATH OF SENATOR BUTLER.
Axtra.-:w PhiKss Brrui:n is no more. The
gilled, the patriotic, the brave, the generous But
ler-the able and eloqpuent Senator, thecynosure
of the social anl the life of the convivial circle,
has yielded up his body to the earth of which it
was made, and his spirit to G(od who gave it.
The telegraphic messenger, of last evening speed
ed us, thus briilv, tie nelanCholy tidings-" Sen
ator Biutler died, at (i o'clock, last evening, of
dropsv." lie expired. at the residence of his
ne1phew. at Elgelield 'C. II.. in this State, at i
o'clock. in the afternoon of Monday, the 25th
instant, in the sixty-second year of his age.
Although prepared flor the utitoward result, by
previous intelligence of his extreme illness and
hoplt.Iess condition, we have no words'to express
our sincere and hearttit. sorrow at the sad event.
Not oniv lid ie honor hin for his lofty gifts of
mind and heart, but lie was deeply seated in our
warmest affections-we valued awl lored him as
friend. But what is the individual bereave
nent. compared with the loss to the State and to
the Union ? The State is hiereft of one of the
noblest and bravest of ter champions, ever ready
to face and hurl discomfiture on her fes-the
Union has lost a conservative statesman, in a
seisotn of peril to itS existence. Who can forget
his glorious vindiction of Iti.; native State. his
mother soil. tradbineed in his abseuce. along with
himself. by a recreaut Senator ; or his seathing
and witriing rebtke of the ditstard calunina
tor? But, vvsterday. the judicious, the sober
minded and'wise-hearted Evaits, discoursing with
tus of the anticipated eahlaity, dilatted otn the
great anl itportant inflience, wiebled by his
nOWi leceasel e league, in the Sentate of the
fuion, in defence of Southern rights, Southern
character, and Southern honor. on the one hand,
and in the proniotion of a heathv conservatism
on the other. " The mass of the people," said
ie, " scarcely know or appreciate his valie-his
loss will be, indeed, inealculable!" The Panietto
State will weep tor himib with a tnother's grief
for a beloved, a Ihithful, an honored and an hon
oring son-the natIon will mourn him as one of
the brihtest of her Senatorial jewels, and one
of the TIest and wisest of her patriot statesmen.
Honor to his memory, eibalmned in the hearts
of his sorrowing felIlow citizens-peace to his
ahtis. as the Clods of the valley shall lie sweet
Andrew Pickens Butth-rwas born. in Edgefield
I 1istriet. in the rear !%. ii is ftther wns the
lit( -i. Williain Butlk. of Vir-ginia. and his
mother Behetl: d Motr'e. of EdIefield District.
tit iornier ltviag mie*raLti:d froi VirIna to thi
int-. lie hail six brothers. amtong thn George.
a galhitt otleer. in the war with Creat Britait,
who died .ono. the ltle. Willim Ialtler, 31.
D.. fir -lteA a ir~reon inl the L. S. Navy. antl
:Ililr o 'oit ress froin reevtilli ani its as
sociated istricts, anad Pierce It. Butler. termer
ly ;overnor o the Stae. antd afterwards the
galliant Colon- of the PIalnetto ltegiment and
winer of a lrlorious death and deathless renow.,
ill, the hourt'of victory at the head of that peer
less corps, itn the muetinrable field of Churbuseo.
Thyv were of patriot stock; their father having
obli revohlt -iTnrrwl a nervice.in 'the
war of intle'ietilnee. Their tothers too, did
patriotic service. in the sante hallowed caus., and
was at one time a priiia t-r to the it.n.my. 11'4i
;i. ter was the first wili of the IBe:. Wamv
1mmpWtlsin, am ali his lrothers, htaivini precilel
b at to th: ;rave. he tow cioml.ietes th.-bitutary
n~~ll. . ittw i ppil of Dr. .hullvs Wa~b-1-1. al
\Willini.cn A-.tw m. that t!,ho of iluistriouis
Ie 'le ;r:ate'1 4!. at, thle Colee o Sout
Ca:-uina. i the viar 1Is7, wit l listinction. hiav
ini b . wm-.!,'! a third lihoniir. inl at cls-, of
whitch tite lirt md secual o it'rs were awarded1
I.1 Charles Fisliurn :atml Ar.hiball C. linyarl.
and of which tatcellr (C':.hvell. .1It e GlovI:.
toi ihe. Ioht. \\ mi. .MWillie. aning others. were
m.itLr and :frailtatues. lie --rved- iirst in the
py;:dar brnicli of lin. State ieiislaitre.ati was
in trandfrt) ti the Stale: :tild I ad:iie his
..:r; a ::I able m lilet debater, inl both
. 1. I hI was wniiittud to the Ihtr.
-,w! ilmst ca~emoranou lith appeared bet
I;,r" a e'i-mutnie of tIbe llotse iof liepreseta
ie:;, tin a conte.ted eetion, btetweetn C't~hri
tct im he .voin ro-i to hiti-h distin ctiont int his
r.osret. ita )lcert n.t.:1~. be wats elected
mn :.-siiciate !.aw .honie.oi' the State. in, phn-e iof
h: Cemim: w' t h ditt ltiartthiity.np~rightness
eel ailiitv. lit :le year 18 t. Ite was 'eected
iCallumnt, whose et-'itt. ctniidentce and lori, lhe
enja.reei tn tan en' it' nt dle'ree; andt. itt that an-*
ent'huh., ofe wieh hec was long. chtairmatt of
he ,iidiean'- Citmmtittee,) he d istingutished htimi
i.i whis siui ified demeanor chivalronts bear
ine.gloingawlclasieelo:punace, atnd statte
mim:a-like abhility and wron a polnarity, pioliticatl
amd .soci-d. :uttd rarely surpassed. if evier egnatl'ed.
hi is heahl I hiegan to h..niwvards of at year since.
:mdi hi., decline was dotih: les-. in somte mneasturie.
ims:nedl by theC mtehlanchly. dlistressing~ atnd sud
itn ih.:ah if bia near. yonnag antd galhmiat kinis
:att. the I hun. Prestin S. Dmks whom he loved
withItallh the tentderntess of piareta ~l affection. lie
EL1 WVinitgton, at te cliose of the late Exeen
tive ;e.-si.,o of the. Set', int a very fele statte.
havinetL reaianed unttill the last miomtent at the
iut oi iduty: and returnedl to his home to mtin
r'.e his mtuital dtust witht thtat of htis parents antd
inared, int his itative State. .llis fitrst wife uvms
a Simtkitts, whio died chihileus,shtortly after thteir
macitge :tand his setondi was a~ Ihayne, datugha
er of tthe'late William Edwr tti'l Ilaynte, Esq.,
sott of th'e revilhntiontary mntmvrt. Col. Isame
ll[avne). attd, si.,ter' of lsitme W.' I ayma, Esi1..
(it'A. tltrney Ge;~neral, she, too having died, in
an earhy petiod of their wedideid 1ifi, leaving onet
daughter, (mtarrii-d and a mtihter.) who survives
to munrtt her belhovedh amai gifted lpartent.
It is at melatncholy coincidetnce that Mlemtphis
shtinail have had hetr celebriatiotinmartred by the
deatht of hter 3lavor, Ott thte eie of its oeenr-rene,
and tha~t we shttIid be saiddene'd by a simtilar
eventt on thte ev~e ot outr responisive fiativities.
A tso-rtneni ( m:.vr' .ti'Gotin MSi s Goxx.-The
pubd lie minmd has been pirepartedi ir the recept iont
oft lhe sad intelligentee contveyed itt the paragrapih
which we pulish below. litit thloumgh rte atnnttt
elation ofi the iflness of thte able. venterauble, nobile
Sinatotr front Sotuth Carolina, whosedeath is tnoiw
ktoiwnthad alreadyl bornte a bahn to the nation's
heart iefore the calamtityi camtte, it still strikes
n pitt thIe eatr. sotilibut uadly, whent we hear tht
.1idlge Bullietr is dead.d So .son has he follotwed
ly ioive-thle *tIilft and chtivalronts Brtooks.
STo'i sayv thtat .itnator Batth-r was a iwothyl rep
resttiv of, i Sthl Cariolitnt-ihe land of thte
M'iariiins ttnd 1P~ike th le linitl-ges al Stum
frs. tif t'vs and'Ca u 1( lhontn, Ihountimnd atnd
I 'rest in it.nil a it alitnost endless eafti tgtte if oi Iltir
toldie ni's eitlher illttstrionts Itt tlie grauve, or
itiinoreil amotntg tttet its etaliletns of livinig irt
tor mi gein tit--Is fto award at trilute to~ loratl
an td intellec tal gretnetss too htight ihr- autny odter
cimmtnensttrate cioitmendt iott thani t hat of a ina
t in's5 tearts....Rlci/,uunil/ Eugircr.
14):rrm or St:yrront lb--r.1:a.-T he telegrapht
aninonneied to its vesterdaly the deatht of this tdis
tignished Car olitniant. lile wats hv nuature. habit
andti edtuention one of the ntoblest .specimnens of a
a ntoble tmant. lIhe has left bumt fewr w~ho tmay be
mikm.t1 mttan liatm in till tlte esentin1 nlhentsof
a statesman and gallant, chivalric gentleman.
lIe was a near relative of the lamented Brooks,
and has never recovered from the shock occa
sioned by the death of the latter. As the victim
selected sy the relentless and Andictive malev
olence of abolitionism, he has occupied a large
space in the great heart of the Southern people
and his death will occasion a pang of sorrow in
the bosoms of his countrymen, who knew him
only by the record of his many noble and gene
rons qualitics.-Xashrille Union.
SEnTon Benin.-'.-'he death of the late Sin.
ator Iutler, of South Carolina, calls forth fervid
tributes to his memory from all quarters, and
from none more than those who knew him best.
lie was a true gentleman, manly and elevated
in his bearing, and with a heart full of generous
and genial sympathies for all his race. This
was the secret of his personal popularity.
South Carolina has lost in B.utler one of her
noblest sons and the Senate of the United States
one of its brightest ornaments.
DEATH OF SENATOR BUTLER.-Telegraph last
night annoutnced the death of Senator Butler, of
South Carolina, on the evening of the 25th inst.,
at Edgefield. The decease of this eminent man
will be deeply regretted through the country as
that of the honored represntative of a State
which has ever -been grateful to her gallant
chaimpions. Senator flutler was distinguished
as a statemian and jurist and his personal icharne.
ter was " snst peur el sans repiroche."
If in point of intellectual genius he fell short
of the standard of Calhon, lie was as true to the
honor and the rights of his State and the great
principles on which the permanence of the Union
must as last depend, as that illnitrious Senator.
Though he has descended! to the grave fill- of
years and full of honors, the whole country.has
sustained loss ini the death of the late venerable
representative 'of South Carolina.-New York
RECEPTION OF GEN. WALKER AT NEW OR
We take from the True Delta, of the 28th
inst., the following account of the reception of
Geo. Walker, at New Orleans, on Wednesday
afternoon of last week:
As it was known during the day that Gen.
Walker and his staff were on the Empire City
-the news being piblished in the eveningpa
pers-an immense crowd was congregated on
the warf to welcome those who had suflered so
long and so mich in the cause of Americai.iing
Nicaragna. When the steamship rounded the
puint ac Algiers, she fired her signal gun, which
was responded to by a alute of thirty-twoguns
from the Washington, and in a few moments
approacLhed the warf. When within hearing
distance, one of the niany enthusiastic in the
crowd of welcome's proposed three cheers for
G.en. )Yalker, which were given with all the
energy of five thousand good I ungs. - .
While the vessel was "making fast,m the calls
for G en. Walker were loud and constant. Final
ly the "gray eyed man of destiny" made his
.nppearance.onthe wheel-house of the-steanmyv:'
and bowed his- acknowledgments to the enthu
siastic crowd before him. At the sight of the
man who has been filling so large a space in the
eves of the world, the welkin rang again with
loud hi/z.a and General Walker must have
been at once assured that in New Orleans. at
least. the cause which lie had been battling for,
with buch sacrifice and such perseverance, was
tir fr'om being ignored or abandoned.
As soon as the gangway plank was fixed, tlho
General was taken on shore by Major Fisher,
but the excitement of the vast crowd was such
to see and to get near to hin, that his escort
had to pick up and carry him through o their
arums to the carriage which was in waiting for
him, in which lie was placed, and. accompanied
by Major Fiz-ber. Col. Jacquess, Capt. Dreux,
Col. Turner. (agent of the Associated Pre.)
and others, driven oil rapidly to the St. Charles
Hotel. Here the General made a short speech
1)f thanks for the warm weleoime lie had receiv
ed, and was then taken to one of the reception
rooms, where he received thme congratulations of
his friends for sonic hours.
D~uring this tinme. thme hotel wvas full of people
and excitemnent, and ini obedienmc to thme calls,
which wtere raging outside among those who
cotuld not gain access to the room where the
General was, lie caine out into the rotunda and
mounting the rostrum there, he imade another
brief' but energetic speech. Again givmig thaniks
for the enthusiastic we'lcome which had greeted
hmimi, lhe intimnatcd that "the cause" was not yet
abandoned, and that. with the evidences beforo
him, lie was sure of 'soon ti'ampling his Central
Anierican enemies ndier his fee't.
After this, the General went into the recep
tion room again, where he received 'the calls
of his frienids and those who were' anxious to
take himi by' the hand, until a late hour. We
had the pleasure of a short interview with the
General, and f'onnd hinm in good spirits and con
dition. Ile said his stay in New Orleans would
be governed by ciremnstances; anid, from all
we can gather, we presume the intention~ is to
return to Nicaragua without delay, and, with a
new expedition, under better auspices, to con
sunmmate, yet, the work of Amnericamnizing Nie
Fr'xxr RAT TRA.-A correspondent of the
Genesee Farmer relates the followving funny way
of catching rats: "I build amy corn-crib on
posts about eighteen inches high, made rat-proof
by putting a board or sheet iron on the top of
the posts. Make everyting secure against thme
ra:ts except the gramiary, and have this rat-proof',
except at one of the corner's. IHere, wmhere
they will like it best, manke a nice hole, with a
spontt five inches long on the outside, where thmey
can go in and out and cat at pleasure. Then, if
the rats are too numerous, I take a bag, after
inark, and slip the miouth over the spout on the
outside of the granary. Then send Ben in at
thme door withi a light, and the rats and mice
will run into the bag. Then slip the bag oft'
thme spout, and slap it once or twic against the
granary. Turn ont the dead, and in an hmomr
om' t wo'repeat the proess After all are killed,
stop up the hole till new recruits arrive, which
citch in the same way.
- 0*+--- - -
Tm:n London Advertiser states a fact which
showsa that mena ov'enpying prominent pemitions
are nmot abmove thme ned ot' thme must elemientar'y
Sunday Schlool inistrutctioni. It says that a can
didate for Parliament at the recent election, in
the course ol an elect ioneer'ing speech, was
asked-" What do you think of thme ltecalogue !"
Confounded by thme inquiry, lie turned to at frmiend,
and asked, in a whisper, " Whma domes that
mean ?" The friend, wvhose acquaintance with
dlivinity' was on pamr with his iiwn, i'eplied by
sun ggestion, that it pro.bably meanit flogging in
the army. Whereupon the canididate declared:
" I entir'ely disapprove of' the Decalogue, and
will never rest till 1 see it abolished." The
gent lemnan was elected, amid is nowv a memuber of'
the new Parliamecnt. The Advertiser adds: We
pledge ourselves for the perfect accuracy of this
Mr's. Nonesogood regards every calamity that
happens to herself' a trial, and every one that
hapn one her friends a indgment