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..r o.,,o uT. . ne4Nod lspa
flI JEEiYo lldsrpin
mh to i order.
Mec 27 : I
GEO. S. HACKER,
Door, Sash, ~and Blind Factory,
I CiARLETON C...
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It i ord er .
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ADhve S ' L '. .
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They purify the gttm, and wl cure
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D. W. OWENS,
MAKES AND REPAIRS
SBUGIS, WVAGONS, &C.,
hop on M(in St reet, near Iloepol, and oi
,(orner of ro1:1 iad iind g to) hfelena.
ii work waiirranted to) be done in gooe
44 w** ll1 a '4,xne itiou-dy andIl checapj.
I ask isq a trkil.
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N ) it
A. P. PIFER, M. A., : ::- Principal.
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Prof. F. WERBER, : Musical D,pti
ilE Exercises of the above Scol will
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COL. S. FAIlt, Pres't.
Dec. 27, 52--ti.
Ooors, Sashes, Blinds, &c
P P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Deatler,
No. 20 Hayne Street and Horibeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
[e This is the largest and most complete
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:ail till arivvls inl this line canl be fiirtislhed
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CIIARLESTON, S. C.
July 12, 28-1y.
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Jan. I, I--t. JttCilESTEl'~t, N. Y.
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Newberry 8. C., July 31.
A desirable BTORE on Main Street. For I
terms. apply to 1) MOW ER.
The Now Church Organ.
LI. wU.i . VAltI.lTO\.
hi've got a I.un nlew orgall, Sue,
For all their lu-s Md search ;
114hy 'Ve dolie juit Ais itev f-sid they'd do,
And fetched it inito churcb.
key're bound the critter wlitall bo seen,
Aitl on the pteacler's light
be'Ve ho[Sted up their new imtibine
In eVil%lodi's Right.
lie%'ve got a chorister and choir,
Agin my voice tad voie;
Dr it %*a:l 1iever mY ,lvsir,
To prai.,e the Lord lay nkote.
vv lvenit a si.ter ;i)o.l nui-I tie
Fur five 6111' thirty V-r ;
ve done what seemid limy pit t to do,
Aim' prayed my dii il .u ;
ve utilng the lvimills both slow Inid quick,
Jut as tle preaellet rlttd,
ld twicV, whenl Delcaco Ttiblb, was sick,
I took the fork ai' led !
tid now, their bold, tie.luingi-d ways
Is cimilnil' aill abolit
1ad I, right'in lly letter days,
Am liily cron%ded out.
o-dty tihe prencher, gool and dear,
With taral li in Itis eye-I,
emd--I Can reud ilmy title clear
To miiansiotis in tle skiet."
Oat'nis liked that bWessed h inn
I it'aose I a'aY14 will
siomaiehow gratifies UY % hill,
In good old Ortoiville
tit mthen th.iti choir got up to -ing,
I cialMI't eutcli a %ord ;
hay s ti le tiost dig-goladost thinig
A body ever heurd!
umie wvoridv cliaps was standii' nvar,
Ala' wheii I sed them ta rii
bil farewell to every fear,
And boldly waded In.
thought I'd chase their tulle dlonle,
An' t ird %-ith ull may imight
lt though lly voice is good man' stionig,
I couldi'i steer it rigla ;
ihlen a Ilev was high, then I was low,
A' o6 Io ta w II it .
iad I too In.-t, otr the tio x1low,
To "Mm-iOl4 inl tle i-ki..
Al' after every verde, yoi know,
They played a little lt)(ut
didn't Inder-sltal, an' so
I -tarted inl too soon.
pitchled it pritty Imliddlin' higl,
I 'etelled a lusty toine,
lut ohm, ItLuM 1 I fould tait I
Was sinlgil' 11hete Ulonek !
'hey laughed at little, I un told;
lmt I-haaid domme ily best ;
nd niot a nve oh' trouble iIlled
Aerose lily petae'ul breist.
Lid Sister Brown-I could but look
Shefl sits light frolnt of n.0 ;
thu never Aas Io singing book,
All' never went to he ;
lit theln File atl'sivs tried tit do
ilie le)st she could, she sAiJ
;ha und-1stood tle time, light tiough,
Ali' kl' it with her head
lait when ,ie tivil this iorniti', ol,
I had to hliagh, or cough
t kep' her head a bobbin' so,
It c'el U'llost caiame (ill*!
\am' De-acont Tu'ibbsa-be all barokao downI,
Asa oneo mimghta well suppmjose ;
lie look ,>aae look ait S.tear fIr,wni,
.An' tmteekly scoratcheda htis nose,
Ia,e looked ha'ittym I ight thr o'utind thmro'
Antd .aidl it oni lie sent ,
Alt' thhaen a pen'isiv aO ght he. mIr-ew,
Aim' look ada -omltetly beat.
An' when they- took anothaer bout,
Ile didna't e-ven ie
bitt dr-awed hmis maed banadannia out,
Ana' wipead hlis ieepint' e-yes.
i'abe lat-t ister~t goo)d um' ta ae
Jor live antd tlhirty, ear;
Vvei adone whaimt sieemmed mya part to adi,
Ait' payedi many dlaty clear;
liit deaithm will sttop may voice-a, I knw
F"o.-h iton myti trck ;iii
(tn'om day I to chuhmat Itwill go,
At' nea.ver tmore cotme bueak;
Atn' whenail thei folks geit up to sintg
Whenite'eir thait timte shlall be
aldo ntot wantt Ito pia.tnt thaing
A tqueuiilin' ovear aime I
Tu'l I Eme-vr 0or L,iiwr os SitA .1.. Pox.
I'hei Journal or thei Teleigraph satys:
" .Atmong thei matny inavestigtations ntoiw
teingi matde of the cheictal action of
ight, theare are none muore interestintg or
nore impijortiant thanm tose (directed
o the obseirvattion of' its e-ffectst otn the
iealtht. It huts beent obse-red by D)r.
Vaeber that thei sensibuility of the stkimn is
airy mtuch intcreLasedi iun those parts of
he body whtic-h arei aways exposedl to
ho light, atnd tis ditfferencee hits event
aeen measured by that emtineint play
ician. This remiarkablei f a e t em
eccitally observaible on pe.rsonts stul
ering fromi small-por, the sevetity of
he akin dilseaso beintg visibtly augmtented
f the p;, tent be niot confined in a dark
'omrt. Dr. Waters has recently pub.a
shled a paper on this saub.jaet, ini whieb
me states that if the roomt be darkened so
hat tnot a sitnglo ray ann entter it, the efl'ect
s to arrest ti.e udisease at the papular or
esicular- stage ; it never becomtesi pur.
lent, and the skin between tho vesie-les
a never itniamed or swollen ; liquor aan
;ulnis Is not chiangaed intto pus, nearly all
he pain and itchmtlg are absent, and the
nmell is, if not entirely removed, greatly
lmilnished. Aitother advantage, ltnpor
mint in a therapeoutical point of view, Is
lie aasistatnce given to umedcine,, the
bsence of light increasing theo excretoty
onwers of thn skin."
Personal Sketches in Wash
Al.DaITs A \N iTUI.iAnliTilis.
The Washinlgioil C-1:resp .i1dent uf tlt
Ierald ol lvalth writes iln tihe- Aplil
Iumber of that lively imiag. zine:
'a1 ins r :smi):sr.
Everybody knows that he is a smnik.r,
and a tremoendmis one, too. lie told tie
that % hile he a in tile lield lie smoked
lite.4lV all tie 111e, blut that ill civil
ite, cii '1el tml tle house n lie i- imalily
h1mor., inl the dy, lie all leeli i 'ed to
r'-duce thle 1.umb131r I.1 %- igair thAt hie
bllkw-4 himl l I pe -1C-illV in wAlkig
diles ie smioke. lie t:,keN, hi, silitar%
walks. regmla,1y evel ,11v, ani0d g!ah .es
tihe lgthi fi the n k to thme -li th .1
tihe eigar. Wheno .1 .bm Q i,y .\.l-in
% as Secs etiry tf State mid Presileit, lie
set anl vx!tlt;llle of care f .r henhh, with
refcrence to latiig. -ve.ry oori-i.g
eatly, 4111:6i-, tihe t illi mer i.milit s, lie
took hi, jlhtige inato the 11,,tmo-ix. Im
t:at f,4orm of hydropithie zUal tile la temnit
ocrullant of the White l111lse cerinily
d"eS lot imitle 4eMr. A.lisms. The Ex
ceitive AIansionl enmibles hiam to tuake his
ablutionsi in a more private and a more
agreeable mantiesill tlall ly 11 Swil ill (I
ilt Pm esidelnt G rant lis anothe. babit,
wilielb is vely wl.!e.,mie, b -th for mind
an. body -ie believes in the s:nitar
value of anl oCensional j-i 1e, ai tri to
tihe sea side, a Itu AerlO.s the coitillent.
Al lie is right. No m.itter if parlisiiln
newspapers do iili.mle himi for doing it,
it i- tile proper thinlg fir him to do. It
briags him im to clmtact w%iti the miinds
of tle people. It saves him fi om the
illions which ani ilcess-iot stay inl
W1ashington is sur e to I ce . Ahave all,
it gi%vs to mind and body tile reluaxittion
whicb both Iievd fro.m 01ihe tortluing
straxin of vXectitive dities.
It i. liard to field fatl(, even inl the
iildeat fAhion, With a man like
Ilim Sidden and alarming illmnss last year
led to a pretty wvide discissionl of his
health iahit-s. Sime very i idiciutlous aid
fils things were e ublililed on the N1ub).
Mr. Colfax has always been a very
hea4thy mn. lIe believes in health.
le liss tried to take core of his health.
lie is a j-mlly and an el-quent advocate
of the sanitary value (if constalit cheer
fi*ln6.:.s, of re.%istlce to bother and
worry, of the Avoiduance of personal (llar
rels , of toderation inl aiibitionl, of living
at peace with God aid man. Moreover,
ie tal us sill the execise lie clin gt ill
rapiid walking uabit W1siniigton ; lie is
Vely temperate il eating, anid all his
life lie lias Wholy abtituined from ill.
o.xi-liting ir inks.
At a great diter party here a few
yearSsigi. w. hiere werCe illulstrI imius Amier i.
Cin inld foreign Stutesnlie ti, hev elinied to
ake % ihie. A rioted Senator, himisel a
little Iented, exclimed sieoss lie table,
half itstingly, "Ao.ax (ais niot dsik
"Yiti atre r ight,"' ssaid .\r. Colfaix se.
rilOsly "j darle nt."' Thaiit sile an.l'111
sweri, given ithl genitie andim eaineet
soileimnfity, wals itself aim imtpressive tem.
l alice lecture.
(eu t.r.:s t-MNrni
is a prodigv or phlysicali eiiduirtr.ce. I
havi e it fromn his owmi lips, thmat ror man Iy
y ears-, iiideedi for nesarly his w hle lire,
lie hats wor ked fout teein hmomis a day'.
lie has4 never beesi a smtoker. lie lives
"gieeouisly-," anmd, mi ai very temipeiate
(asi. i, is a a inie d rinaker. lIn hiis yeounfg.
er diiys lie wsas a faimouis pe~destriin.
Itrik in g oiff for hiis doz'ai tmiles wvithiot
time ieast diflicuilty, lie has1 given sall
thaLtinp.- lie li tee,ally tamkes. no e'xei.,ie.
I.iv ing somi-smitily, w i kiigso laoiiiutsly,
shu iu p to hiis pete anld hsis books fir so
mianiy hou.ts, it is iastoiii...hiosg tha t lie
keepis so well. lItot lie is a mani a ho widl
go suddenly,% a lienhie doe-s go.
iother inter-estinmg figure ina the Seni
ate. Whalist are his heahh habeits V A
glaince show~ y'ou a1 nmoble phlysical eni
dowmeinit. lie has a mutscuilar, active,
esitl fratme ; iall his imovementsL ar e quick
anod vigor oiis; anid awith proper care lie
ought to havie iesngth of days and great
hionior. As to diniIkinig andit smtokinig, lie
is a thorough Germian-if we may still
say that Germaniuy luss aniy mionopoly of
those graces. I nmeani, especisally, that
lie has ai Germn i's fatithl in heer, antd a
GJeramain's ability to flaishi initellsc tuale
light fromi thze midst oif dense clouds of
tobacco smoke. Ilis greatet pe-uil lies
ill excessive a-or k ; baSuch a bra'ein as his
cannlot lie idle ; nay, it is a desp1ot ic
memtber, dominaeiting time a hole muan, aiid
tramlinlg oin the gospel of rest amid
sleep. Seniator Schiurz works very late
at nighit--evem till I anid 2 o'clock. For
e'xercise, lie hass a fine plan. lie has
taken a i.otise about two tmiles from the
capitol, and resolutely walks tIme whole
distance, both going and coming.
xxi. NOUFWw :n
is a man of muediiim size, of wiry frame,
self-possessed, and temperate in all
tiings. Hie takes good care of hmimself
especially depending oni billiards for ex.
ercise. For that gamte lie ha-s a passion,
and amidk the clh'<c of 'eory balhs he eases
his mriind of thie c u es of' State.
A f-itnl lhliving ftlinishIVl us u ith i
Copy 4f the I.uuis%ille Coutier J,urntial
4f the 181th instsitait, il Which we fl d ab
811114:s lot' the di'C4,ur1ses plellebled by
lolineinli-it cl.igymnel Isf tle Via iotis
Iolli'vill cliellew onI the lIth, we
hInve ca.'Ailed to 1111ulish thei, believ
iog ii 0at it will lie its po itab'11ule a poleas.
alit t ttirn fron the I-111t. len,e of p1oht.
i.-ul -t rife Zad the lt ifts 4if the day ta
Ohe k..epiece 4f the 1.ulplit. WO be.
gill the ht I ie %k ith 11i1hop Lylich'l, ei.
le-ost e y w is al r i, 4 l ba igh. i ad
lit"w itt, ta.l thea jiews. e. r ta'tly aill li.e
chtuascmh% wet w.-l fill'-d. The strmOtis
h- .111d th !w S.lr y ,1 IV. cw-l . %.- % it h
the I.i.vs, baoulght lasth K 1s.- it fit
cheeul d %t vtio in cetlst to the sll.
vmin teiiper % bichi tofte,, diitnguio,es
tle S %%a h anpidwIth ss .
i-re mld., %r wet with aui alnd disa.
%rab s it tau1iddy st vets. It is im
p'sible IIt alivoid being tire or less ill.
pres.sd or isl.ienticed by tle circuistant
ees th-it -4oirrotni us.t.
Sl_. P.AM r iY' A)Ta. .ar rns ( .TI st C T: V . i..
light liev. Dr. Lnvilh, Ilishopofth'llikes.
tos, S. (.' , d. livered ail elflqtenlt puaegy.
tie ont St. Patr ick, Pat the Cathedral last
night. Wa nie inldbte1d (to Itev. Fatlher
11 stfi r at ah.stract of the address.
The Right R,.-v. Bhi-hop took hik text
frois tihe was ors of ,,1 God to AbirahIam:
"G'D . t,.rh olt it thv country, faind froit
thy kiiilred, atid oult of tlhy father's
holsl.e, 11and coine iinto the lan1d w%hielh I
will show thee, iatd I will linlske theet a
greit 1tati.m, lald I % ill bless thee, aid
lttimnify thy l:mane, anid thou shailt be
bles.ed, a I will bless them that bless
thee, anld curse hem thliat cirse thee,
an11 in tee st-l nl tIle kisdreds of the
eilt ibe blessed." Tho wmlks of ianl
9o0n pet ish, vaid the preacher, but the
works st' God endwe lor ever. The Ro.
til elispire was ollce spred over the
gresatesi ptrt of the th,n kniown world;
the Ronan engles were towering oit pub
lie mllonumilent.; faad terlified the sus
tounding nations. BIut the greatniess of
Pag ai n eIltu aoon er-umbled to thae
ground, because it was the wot k of man.
It was not so with faith, hoi ever. It is
the wir k of G;odt. The faiith which St.
Pritiick had brought to Irelaid iiixteen
hundred years age was its vigorousa now
s it Was in thle begilmiig of thte first
centtiry, and oi this very day in New
zeialand, in Australia, in Ga1ctt, in
Chia, ins Persill, lat the 1G1pe of Good
1la4pe, as aelI as isn Attielicn asd is tie
lad, the children of St. Pat-ick wero
gutheted aritund the iltar to thank God
for the inestianible boot they had ru
ecivai. The Is thiankhs to their fitith,
sece> to be ]ass indestructible poptualtiaon.
In Cact they datte l ther bak Ilitan any
othter nas. af a rope. Their hisi.tory
Is beet preserved by their b:irds, and,
though it is otily in broken fragisits,
whlich it is difik-iult to conneet together,
yet thec se sagnsieanto sare st ill precious
gertas wh Iich solve thet probalenat of (ltter
G esnatnie. aces, l vesti jis peli .,taiiri
t ismes lseilandt hisad her chlie.fs, hier t aws,
haer tyribiunass, wh Iere justiica wsas sadmasain
ist ered, tad hear relgti.irIs wichl wass thae
silatest sand msta civil izinrg faorms of Pa.
guanismt. T'he Is i,hi lhad neer beent gatilty
or thiose strscities alhieb de.gradsedl otthe
St. P5t arik , Ir eliand's :ap.st le, wits baorn
sif Csthosl i. parts tam si Iis1a ti lineage.
At the age of sixtieen lie was ciarried
pr i sonier by a btosad oif pi 't es, iad sold
a to nechieftsits nsamsedt Milh, wills whomti
hec spent Isix y*ears, tesndinsg htis taock.
iThere hea didt anot fogthis (Chi ist ianed-al
isentIion. las tea of t i beinsg ers lched y
sav'ersiiy, as ssna sy wouhlta hav e baeen, Isis
great mual heenmesa ithaned wi ith i ths la o ve
of Goad. it lad redis of' iaims int Ithe aya,
itad Ihuntdredls tof timsies int thIe nightI, he
betsInt his kitee it haol sy aer, ail ensdea
.oredl to pirctice all the Clahrisi var
AXt thle endsa of silx yensaa he fotunid
mesanss aif re.'tniing to his coutry t, atnd
l toghlt ossly of devt otiag hsitiself to the
Iservice of Giod, lIe put hsimiself undaer
the directiin of SI. Miart in aof Tousars, Isis
nsear relat i ve, anda lesarnead froms him nasot
only the v.irtues bait also thse sc'i ence of
the priest hoesd. Latter he st uied undetar
St. Ge.rtsnana, Bhishoip of Auasxerre, sad
wenit to Letrints to pet fect himiself'. It is
there thtat its a tisiona hse sceemed~ to raa
ecivea a tattler frost the liand oft his cnp.
tivity, inavitinag hsims to brinsg that fsait.h to
its ina,bi tants. An hs le hcarad thte voiceas
s.f theo Irish, as if it were the maurmsur of
the distsaant sea, saying, "We. estresit
thece, hsoly yout h, caomet, sanda hesnceforthI
Iwalk uamonsg uss." Obet.y ing that voice,
lhe wett to) Romiet its ordier to receive his
msission fromss the sovereiga Postti ff, anid
set off ons hs msistoanary journtey. 1sn
thse year 432, lhe liande.d ins Irelsansd aiur
ing the reigsn tof Leaauhaire, the sons of
Neail, onie of the saine htosttages. A t Isis
ltsading, likely ins Wicklow, hse was re
pulsed by thse inthabitansts. lIe retairssed
to Isis absip, procaeeded to D)ublin, anad
penectratcd somse distce inato the inato
rior of the coun try. Thse lord of theo soil,
D)ichto, takinig ima asnd his comtpaniions
fair pirates, assieald Isis retaineors to
Ioppose themn; bitt us soon as heo saw SI.
P'atrick his fears were dispersed, andt he gi
received Imptism. A church was erect. b
edon thie spat, e died St. Pati ick's barn. i
lie thein proeededi to Tarot, i here si
ilengiri e wa s hoidinig a great festival. bi
Tle P inee wais ait first ir itiatud by the i
min ival of the bpold strangers, and ol dumred II
tha 1n onle shmimi ld a lise to pay themk re- ti
spects. lut lit tihe approach of time youth tit
miressed in-'his pontilcial rolbes, with w
Cross in Iund aimd mlitre un his iead, otne. P
of tile Drild'Is roso from hi6 seat to slute rV
him'. St. itrick preacihed to them of r.
the Imv! tet i-; of the Trilnity an I the 10
de iitif tihe itedeeminer. The comversions i
wie so immerotis thast for weeks the ti
11pm.tle ai6nd hi.. cmvomopulionsal wemu oCcu- b
pliei ill instricting and'i baliking niew
'lime eiultmi was tliv est-hilished ill o|
I:ehAil, andi bel.,re the' d-h of St. Pa- m1
tii,k time soind of the chur1ci bells wia
heard from every hill mnud dale. Min be
rime then the pisee of lerin i ng illid dI.
rinig the i,mvasion of tie VNdamlsk, (-tihis,
mand1 Omtlogoth,, who destroyed the seats m
of educatilo inl France amd Italy, Ireland
becamte tle gieat placu, of 'scieice nid
art. Iler schools were Ilomisihing, and |
fr<ieueited by tie ElIropeim youth. HIer
shores were lso inlvaded by the Danles, tit
bitt time imnvaders themselves becime Irish, i
and reveived tihe boon of Irish civiliza
St. Patrick iad leu%sed time land mid
its people; unmd it is ea tini that they U1
have preseived tie fiaith, e%ei when it
rmt dethli tIo say minw,, to hear imns-, Or
to know that some omme limad gonme to Imass.
To-day they still preserve tie same fatithlt,
and ha.ve bec,'mni0 Apostles.
The Right Rev. Bishop ended by ex
iortimmg Iis coumntrymei to iersevere, t
and siowy themselves worthy of their .
greut apostle ; to preserve that purity,
chastity iand chatity which had bek-nt time
charicte istics of 'heir ialtin. Thiat they
were still doinlmg so was evideleeed by th
ittitneious tmomnmetls of piety w%hieh c
arise every wire l Ainerica mmmm] oi eve.
ry spot where they were dikpersel.
A Fearful Adventure.
F10i:1TIEN HOURs O\ A 1.00 IN -THE: Ail
KANHAS tivF WITH Ti nit n TM.1lMET.1t
AT ZE-:Ro-iN:FsN. sU itMI-xNARRoW i
YNLCAPRL FRJOM DEATHi. 1
lin the afternoon of the 3d instant, two a
youig men of this city discovered, some I
two tIliles below town, a calnoo lodgid on i
a drift pile inl the river. One of thi, 11
Engluebert Shuler, working for Mr. i)well- o
ger, time bloicksiith, proposed to securu i
time catioe ; -tmd immediately set to) work 1
to carry out his purpos4e. Tying two it
logs together with grape vimnes, Ime push. 1
ed out in the river, Whliebl is it that pouinlt mI
very raiil aiimd deep. About seveity. I
Ii% e yards Iromi tie shore Ii s fru'il raft ei
countered one or those huge logs that <
are fre omently met with rearing their s
ugly heads out of time water. Tiie ihock
proved too inmuch for' the grape vimme com. I
cein m mi it went 1) ie Lcs, thte y otun1m
mmiv igaitr ain md caalini of time imprmmomt 1m
ierafut, hmoemer, saiviing hmimselfI by jimpim~ .
imng onm time big lag. iilis commrade, w hose
mnaime we ha:ve mnt beeni able to Icearim,i
aftr waitcing time dliacomiitmre of' his
frilendi, wemnt bamck to town mandi inifor medmi
time fmriendms of y'oun mg Shulerci of his dan m. mm
geromus situiationm. fly that timi it ams
ineam 1y dark,i anmd ai pemfeet hurrimicamne frotm
time Noth had' set itm cilling wmitih its
bit ter cm'iild beaith aill livmimng thmimngs, andmi
dasingfolou-y te iy waives magainmst
time .i ingle stimck of ti mber to 'winch'l, w it h
stilfeninig limmbs, Lime younig mnm humnmg
wmithi a deaitim grip. ii elp soon appeamreid,
andii Mr i. Ihv enmger'mm a inther fr-iendmms en.mm
deaiv' moed to get Shiumler ifif ini a simall t
iieowv or ibit-boa)it, lbmt time fuii ius temest
mim.i riumghm wves, afier every' aittempilt,
dirove tiheiimiak to time simore, aindm finalmly
swapedl time boatI, mmmid time miemi were
meluctatmily commplledi to leave time itmmfoir
timntle mman m to time fear fiul fatlo of aim al
mmostI certaminm, limngemrimng, pinmful mieath'm.
Andii ther'me time mmnha.ppiy man: stood, ali
timroumgih tht. feamrfim n iight , w itimhi bt twmmo
yardnus of amm ohui, slippery,n3' Ice- crust ed h g
untder himii, exp1oused to tihe fearflI bilmst m
iin time widie stretch of tihe broad Arkan-m
sats, ever anmd anon w"ashedm off' hui peca
riousi foothold, his clothes gralmly be.
cominrg hmard as a coat of matil, his iliimbsm
stiff and colid, wvith naught bumt death be.
fore iim ; andii ali th'mii ini sighit of hoime'mi.
imn uighit of time bright lighmts or his native
place, time eumblem of cotmfort anid safety,
glitterinig so tantaltaizinigiy through time
daiikniess andii stnnm. W ho can i imagi no
time bi ttenmessa of spirit mandi agommy of time,
wre-tchmed boy' ? Euriy onm Monmday imrn-i
imng time report in town wammms tha;t Enigei
bent Shulmer was mmeen onm time log stilf i'im,
death, mmpon whmichm Mr. Neeiy liirieandm,
Mir. ilibmckmirie Itullock dietermmimmed to go
downi ammd bin g lil time boidy. Armrived!
oli thme pmlace thtey' saw whait they beOlieved I
to be limo body strtched mout oni tihe log.
'Thme scow aiso was founid ihalf filled withm
water Irozemn solid. 'Thmey inmimnediatelyr
set to wmom k bumilinmg a fIre oun time ice on ,
time boat, ammd finally isiucceedeud in clear- f
ing. Pusing omit caatiously, they mman
aged to tmake their way across, stemunming
a powerful cumrrenit amid pursutintg a zigzag
course thmrough tim but iarge sheets of
Ice rapidly floating down btreama. Wihen mi
they neared time log they foumn( to thecir a
ud surpri:w that Shi.ier was not dead,
it his spich and consciousness were
lurly go.-e. ieviving himi with a little
oirits, they as fast as possible brmught g.
mt1 to the shore, ad takimig himn between
em, his arms alounid their neeks, they It
aried with the utlo,t dispatch towards
wn. After proceeding about half a
ie they tnet a party with a wagon a
hich had also started to the rescue. (
liniing him thelemi t4e party soon t
Ahel town. On exit minlat ion it was
tund that Sluter's hanA nose, Iars and u
wer extremitiivs were fearfully frizen. I.
e now lies inl a precarious conditionl at t,
e residence of Mr. Jos. Noble, attended d
r )r. Duval. lie will probably lose
s f'et. Great credit is due to Messrs.
rtie iand 11tilhick for their timely resete
the you' p mt 'I, without which t-.
tist Ce. t1a1my1 ive veI mIbed. 3
I iXrt Slnith New lra.
A Fum.m. D,%'s Woitx.-Mr. M., of "
iithlield, don't ohjiet to l18 inig a hired
an to do a hail day's work, it leat, so
I should judge froinl tle followiig
ary : A shoit time ago a ian went to
4 place for work. Mr. M. set him to
owing rountd'a forty are lihid. A fter
had plowed fitithfiully taill day, until
0 sun was alout a half ani hour high,
oxpressed hi1 opiionm that it Was
iunt ti'ne to.qu.it wolk.
"Oh, nlo," sail Mr. M. "you can pl1wv
ound ,i% or vight thines more- just tas
ull its not."
So the hired main plowed aroumd six or
ght timlies, thenl welnt to tihe holuhe,
ok care of his team, milkiud iiie cows,
e his supper; and 17,mad tet o'clock d
ar ing Iim in the face fromt the old C
Said the hired in -;n to Mrs. M. "Where
Mr. M r"
The good woman tiswered. "lie has
tired ; lo yaou wish to see him ?"
lie replied that he tdid. After beinag
induItied it) the bed rooml he s.aid: "Mr.
., where is time ttxe t'
"Why," said Mr. M. "%What do you
ant with an axe ?"
"Wel," ~said tle hired ma, "I thouight 1
au might like ma to split wood till t
ruakfiast is ready."
The Louisiaia Wiig is a shni p thorn
tie sile of the Repulican party tat
rge. Not to speak of the furious in
riecino contents of ithe WarmouthiteH
nd the Caseyites, or a'rant al, we
ave ma colored Itepublican of some prom
iuneo urging those of his race patictilar
r in Louisiana and generally through
it the nitaled States to form themselves
ito what lie calis "the negro citizen'sN
'Upublican pat ty." The great argetlilt
d1duced inl favor of tlis is that lie white
teptiblicans have thenl(ited theI black, or
Stihe fellow puts it inl his lmaifesto to
is lice :
"oNu hIaVe hadt! aboat Inine yelrl,,' frVee
0m1, and11 vioaing its citizel:. inl our State
ome three, had meit legi,latimg three
ears, anld what have you gainled ? You
ru about as you were u heat the Na
iontal Gov,ernmmientt freedl yaou."
Tihis siaime general idea t hat th iau.
riles haave 'beenI chmeated tandii musttt hav e
inarty of t heir owna hats foun d favior
ri Soth tarol inat amnd M ississippi, whtich,I
-ithi L'mislint, tamre (lie otnly States tihe
egro vote enai ciarry, tamd at limis looks
s if t here "ere i otier rocks thiam I,ihlerial
Sta publican isim alaead far Grant t. -- --New
A Tii:siiir:ni uIsia.isit...-It is fairily
miz intg, siays the Miessenigert& Telegramiph,
hnt origiumtl wietchtes they do stat up ni
cenasionmally ini thme Nmthdet n countty.
'e D etroi t papilers tell of at Mirs. lii tszer,
liase netighbors haavinig ossed hier for a<
oat Ile af wi-eks, itn. t Siitilay iterrgti
i-a oneC of her little au mghters. The chiildl
-futsedi toi tell ii hem e hier tinothter wias -
anyimng heri fiather woubmi kill litr if she
cIt1. Sentreha was niuiale last M'nda:y r.
erntoonan ta he a wii fe wais fand situttutp
it a closet,I where she hada been a prison.
r for two weeks, noit once being alowedm
it leav'e it. 'Thiere wats- tnot sprace emtoughm
w rmher to lie alo,-m, tand sihe wais com-t
eulledl tao stamnd amp a)r sit ini a cramtped
ositiont. Shiockinig wits no term to be
hililed to thte conaditIiomn of t he closet amtd
bte woman. ilerm on lthe food hail coi.
isted of bretad and wiater, ianmd sho was
o weak that she couild hiaidly standi(.
'he hiushan ai iI repeiatealy told her
hant lie wvotld cat thIer throat if she spoke
hooud word, andl she said that tie htad
ften whipaped the children for the solo
Purpose of t;rturting tier.
An eaditor in illinois, thavinag enagagead a
Pew reporter, received thie fullowimg as
is first effort:
"W ~e are inforimed that the getlemnan
tao stood omn hais htead uinder at ptiee-dri
er for thie putrpose of1 hiavinig a tliht
lair of boots5 dratv or, shortly tafterwards
tatia timllcf ini ChinIy, per fectly ntaked
n(d wiithioiit a cent in his Pocket.
u"Domn't trouble yourself to stretchi your
outhi amny widler," said a denitist to a
aanm who was extending his Jaw fright.
ally, "am I intend to stand outside during
A book, entitle-I "aLectures to Married
leni," hsm appeared In England. Hien g
a save tie mark ! Haven't they enough j
Romarkable Court Scono.
The Phie0.la i hl.gri.h reltsks the
-111i.- ilnp sin111guhlr Sceie inl Court :
At 12 o'clock yesh-rly .J,.dgil Wood.
tell ebmrgei the ju.y ith clsim 1- eJ,)
Ah Ward, lidie'ted for the timider of
(1lhn1 Wfily, an d r tected them to) returil
verdict of "Iot guilty" itinsmlluci as
le evidence did tiot Suport the indict
The jorors, wtere thein directed to stal
1) and give ie theii verlict. Not a jo.
ir11 miOveld from hi.,4 plrive Tliey senjed
,be extremely puzzled what to do un.
er the new n-pect of the enc.
Juige W tldhull till- iie, gellt'iemvi
114 1 -'ly %% hit 14ou ti iek.
At Ihlis 'irold 011e11m11nd tl-hey .slt% ly
IM', Ore fter nterii, tIl unletetiir.tei
"oit the llu41l. er coutrl-me flr tleIi to) liuir.
aI. The 2auiiece asio ro-e at :his poillt
d cro%del fGirvaird toward the bal
0thou1t m1116kiig ainy di%tmril.mev, 1i1w.
ve, Ire) o' ti e mise f :huilling Ieet,
del suppressed % hispers.
Jmige-Tlie jmry cteaiot mider-stnd
xactly % it i inentit by the cou it.
'Iere i.s nothiieg uiusuil b11jout thiseatse,
to: e th la tihere would be itbout reidvr
ig a vetdiet of noii-suit. You maiy ret;
er it in tIlis I'm ti: "Uiler the diree
Oll of this coulrt we 1i1d a verdaetr of
There wats no reply to this, andl thIo
edge iddled, "When you say iot guily,
oie Simply say what the lra11w retluire-0
oul to) sty unlder these virctilustll.ces."
Ile jiter-or shoved very decield evi.
elce of diobeyirg the request of thm
ourt. Their fNevs were flushed ind
-ore at c irimi,s expression of iiidecision,
hit of dhiem fiially said, "Wo won't
gree upoi liet verdiet."
Judge--Well, geitlemni, you ainy go
Syou rer roomri rand conult Cacti othier.
I you lild ay other verdict than tha
it yo'i hiave been directed to flind, it
i;l be inlstiitly set lside.
Mr. Wi soni, foremanl of tle jury-A, as
lae, it .i ceuliesceice % Itl tihe direction
f the court, safy "nrot gui!ty,"' but I
Another juror-Tht is my view.
eJidge--it don't make iay difference,
en*$menii, m birit your views are ; the
ourt hans decided the matter now. You
eed not compromise your conscieiieces
t aill. It renitkes no differeice what you r
Wivate views finy be, anld we hIIvo not
vein speenlated upon tiheli. We tike
Iis course because we think it righit.
Mr. Wilson -We lave not had a mi1o
nemt to mpert wiit eich other ; we tire
Ail prised, and we could hardly tell what
Mr. Jenkins-lf the jury renders a
,erdict of guilty the question may bo
Jidge-TIhat, is exactly wheat we do
Mr. Je kiis---Canno the j-ury uaays
;ive a yerdiet .&bich will sitisfy their
wit view of tie facts Im the cse?
Jdg-i-No, ; I think rnot. TIe
u ry arte riow undaier the dliectione0 of leo
:ouart, ande. it is their deuty to give suilc
eelict -ss wu e have indi. :rted. If thIey
-efse to rdo it they wvdi be discchatrgedr,
atnd tIhe pisioner wcill aso be dischuargedl.
I I thec geni tleen thinek thecy have any
hinrg to delibhercte abousat they cans retire
.O t heir r-oomr.
Th'le jury did retire, ad aifter beinrg
mnt aebourt an horure retrned nii th the
'llowirig venldiet :"hteinig comrpelle'd by
lhe coma t, We reder a verdict of riot
It wars reimaoredt abouat the court room
liat elevena of the juirors wvere lin favor of
-onrvictioni, uad one in favor of the priec
linunecdiastely arfter tIhe verdict wvas ren
Icr-cd Josiahh WVard, ina compjaney with hais
,rotheri Satiael, pacssedlr ot of the court
rouse airnd proceeded hiomeiward.
Tire three trialsc in this carso lasted
ifty-eighrt days, aind cost the courty
*oti.n Nov HL'L,r A MONUiM.NT TO
rilisT. -The Vrenich (iene'aa Assenebly
mi Fridlay Inast rejrected tihe piroposition of
leputty litunret to erect on the Ilill of'
Irocarder) ca temaple to Jesus Christ, as a
testirtorny that belief ira Godl is rneccsra
-y for nautionalr tregenerationi. It is u
wonder that so F"rechly ani idea as thiat
ntould have beeni voted doswn ini tie
["ernch Assetmbily. WVe have somie
F'irechly clergymen in thre Unrtedl Statear
whro insist that it Is vital that "God and.
3hristinity should bo recognaizedi" by ta
ipecial i aeenernt of tIhe Corntitution.
I they were satisfied arn this pea, thae
ameri men woutIld so.on find new cause of
error, becaruse rntionarl salcutes wore riot
ired froma tire forts and arsernal ont
Jhristmacs. It is hiard1 for themt to real
ze rhatr Chirist's kingdomt is not of this
vor-id arid does riot requiro the "fostor ing
lanrd of governmenrt" to srustaln It.
leriy Waerd Bteecher, tharough hris pa
ier, thae Chiritin Unrai, dleclrree for
hie re-election of Granit. Now let Mr. (.
eward hairm by appoiniticng himi Mireister
0xtraordinriry arid MissIonary Plenipo.
entiary to the Cianibalt Islands, 1l1r
tight to tiave grown fart enough by this
limo on hris $20,000 salary to maeke a
ruako a dish for the King hrimnself. Arid
rho wo'dna't walk forty muies for tho'
lteasure of seeing how ihe wouldh look
isheod up smoking hot on the.half'.shrell ?