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tho IMiiiburgh Magazine lov August, 1KO0.
'Aniiil tli" increase of a world'* applause,
That hallo the Champion of liif Country's caua<;,
Hy virtue's loirs otnh.ilme I to merit just,
Thy relies, Wasiiiniiton. return to dust ?
Hut not to Death's oblivion shitde returns
That initfhtysoul. whoso (light theCountry mourns
Where PreedtMii's Sons beneath yon western sky,
Itoao nn 1 resolved to oonquur or to ilie?
When furious Kuropo shudder'd us she viow'd,
Two kindred hosts with kindred Mood imbu'd- :
l ull in the van, thy mighty Arm rovenl'd
Its f >f?-nt foroo, nnd cominest held tho field? !
When 1"! ! inanity nnd sorrow stood,
While wiir'b >. ild vengeance Ijour'd the crimson i
Mood. . j
Thine wns the task, 'midst ranks with terror !
Ti> Mom 1 (lie feeling with ih<- noble mind.
'Mill scenes of havoc mid devouring flume.
No brutal carnage Htain'd thy glorious name,
.No voice of misery in vain itnplov'd
The need of inerey from thy conqu'ring sword :
Those were the triumphs whose supporting pow'r
fhed it- s??ll influence on thy dying hour?
To tliec n-i terror diepers'd into gloom,
Nn slack'nitig horrors gather'd 'lound thy tcmb,
Hut thy Vilest spirit, quitting its abode,
llnsteu'd to join its friend and parent (Sou.
When future afo-s shall recall thy name?
mien nituvo poets shall record thy fame?
When the fond father shall instruct his son
In nil thy deeds, Ijimoutai. Wahiiixuton ;
That son his nolo of gratitude shall i ni.se,
Thy virtues emulate, thy talents praise;
And liist'ry shall tell, how, in thy Country's '
Thou merited nnd gain'd the 11 'orltV? applause? i
And rais'd that Country to a height of fame, I
lleyond ?lie Grecian and the llotnau name.
The Fall Garden.
There arc but -nv seeds to bo planted 1
this month. All the Turnin seeds should
now be planted. Rata liagns cannot ho i
got in too soon, sow Early White Dutch for
the lirst crop. The lied Top is best for a
standard crop. When greens are an object
as well as the bottoms, the English Norfolk
is the best variety. As the Turnip must j
grow fpiiek to be sweet, the soil in which ]
they grow should be rich ; spade or plow ]
the ground deeply before applying the ma- I
nuiu, uicn scancr ii\o manure broadcast,
nnd spade or plow it in. The seed should
be planted in drills; there is generally
'uir times too much seed planted, relying
oil thinning out. Tn field culture, the
Turnip crop of the South should equal in
value the corn crop. The brightest jewel
in Victoria's Crown is said to be a lxuta
Ha<ra. and her sou-rdrt fsh> is wnlWl nrnnn.!
with common Turnips. And here, where
t!ie Turnip will grow all the winter, requiring
no pulling or housing, hut may be pulled
fresh from the ground every day, from
September to March, we have no Turnip
jewel* in our crowns, and our half starved
rattle, liogs, and sheep attest, with woeful
visages, that wo could not build a breastwork
around our larders.
j'iiigusii rcas, r-inaps, anil Corn, for green
rating may yet be planted. Spinach and
.Mustard, for winter use may now be put in.
"Winter Cabbage may yet be transplanted.
< lontinue to earth up the Celery. Begin
now to save the seeds of Okra, Squash, Cucumber,
Melons, and Onions. Plant the
lop of the troo Onion nnd Shallott, they
will tako root immediately and grow through
all the Fall and Winter. If worms aro
t roublesomo among the Fall Cabbages and
Kuia .1 Sagas, sow Gypsum broadcast over
the young plants, and mix the seed in (Jypsum
when it is sowed. Gypsum will not
l<ill the worm, but the sulphur in it is offensive
to the Miller that lays the c?<;s
which produces tho worm, nud it will look J
for more congenial quarters to deposit it.s
??ggs. Permit no weeds or grass to go to
Heed in the garden.?Soil of the South.
A Kiss rn.vr Didn't Pay.?The Toledo
Record gets off a good one in regard to
a citizen of Iowa, whose wife, in his abK.A?ir?#>
Knnn L-icon/1 \\%r o ,1 x%.
""M MVWU -v.oov.vt ijj 4i uiuvvi) "inn;
giving a glass of water. When he hoard of
the outrage, lie started at once in pursuit,
found the lover after a hard day's ride, aud
accused him of the theft.
The drover admitted the truth of the soft
impeachment?said he had been a long time
from home, was sorely tempted, and in an
unguarded moment of frenzy purloined the
Viss, but that lie had not damaged the woman
in the. smallest particular?was verv
forrv?thought it was no matter to make
:i great ado about, and therefore bogged to
The husband finally concluded that thia
was tho right view of the matter, and agreed
to settle it upon the receipt of 85 fur hi.s ,
day's ride. This being satisfactory, the
drover handed over a 810 bill and received
$f> in change. But when the aggrieved
be.nciliftt. Ndlimpfl linm/v on/I unnoiili/i/l
detector, he found the bill a counterfeit.?
ffe found he had suffered the indignity of
having his wife kissed hy ft nasty drover,
passed one day in tl?c saddle and lost live
<lo)lar*, and concluded that it didn't pay.
Ovino op Fat.?A Georgia correspondent
of ft Savannah physician, writes the
r.,i! : *?* -~ ? .t /.
luinjwiiiij iiJBuuicc or uoar.ii rrom tiio accumulation
Wc had ii young man residing 18 roilea
from this placo, who was one of tho miracles
of nature. At tho age of ^2 years,
li? weighed f>(55 lbs ; ho continued gradually
to increase in flesh, until ho reached
orer 000 Ihs. He was able to got about
with tolerable ease to himself and attend to j
bis planting interest. Some weeks ago he
commenced increasing in flesh very rapidly,
and gained 1? lbs. per day; thonitwas
found be gained n little over 2 lbs. per day.
Lust week lie died suddenly in his chaiae, '
I think from thcaccnmnlaiion of fat around
tho heart. Three days prior to his death
no doubt he would have urone ovor 0(H) lbs.
Cash holpH along courting nmnzingly. Astonishing
what IhiUh and Bupprra, bracelets,
"lovo of n bonnet," Suburban ridea And jinnies,
will do ti .yards oxpandingthe feminine
Huuri, iimigiHtiiig 11110 irio minor s house.
"I w>n't liftliovo it's any use, this vttccinOttS
tu rt Vnnkoo. " f hnd n child vac nutod,
and lift Toll ont of the Winder a week
*vid got killed."
Durin; 'lie delivery of a sonnon ln?*t
Sunday, in St. l'utriok'tf Catholic Church,
in Washington, the eyes of the c<ingrogation
were suddenly riveted upon the speaker,
Uev. Frances X. Doyle, for the moment,
seemed to be a digression to the all absorbing
topic of conversation au<l eimu?r-tiiw>
throughout the civilizcd world-?tho Atlantic
Telegraph. The eloquent divine spoke
in teruis of glowing panegyric of this wonderful
triumph of human science, and dilated
upon tho revolutions which tho grand
achievement will accomplish in the commercial,
political and social condition of the
two hemispheres than successfully unii.d.
lie thou made his hold but beautiful ligure
' What is it, after all." cxclainird fhn
speaker, "when com pared with tlie instun- J
tnncous communication between the Throne .
of Divine (5race and the heart of man ? !
Offer up your silent petition for grace.? !
ltis transmitted through realms of untiicas- i
urcd space, more rapidly than the light- J
uing's flash, and the answer reaches the
sonl ere the prayer litis died away on sinner's
lips. Vet this telegraph, performing
its saving functions ever since Christ died
for ns on C'alvarv. Mils not tlm wm-lil wiMi
exultation and shouts of gladness?with '
illuminations and bonfires and the boom- !
ing of cannon. Tho reason i.s, one is j
tho telegraph of this world, and may pro- '
duce wonderful revolutions on earth ; the j
other i.s the sweet communion between i
Christ and the Christian's soul, and will |
secure a glorious immortality in Heaven."
Always Uusy.?The more u man nccomplishes
the more he may. An active I
tool never grows rusty. You always find
those men the most forward to do good or
to improve the times and manners, nlw-ne
' J "
busy. Who start our railroads, our steamboats,
our machine shops, our factories??
Mcu of industry and enterprise. As loug
as they live they keep at work, doing something
to benefit themselves and others.?
\Yc go for activity?in body, in mind, in
everything. Keep 'iiings in motion. We
should rather that death should find us
sealing a mountain than sinking in the mire
! ?breaking a whirlwind than sneaking from 1
i)vehtisino as an aut.?In an nrli|
do 011 "Books and the 13ook Trade," in the
| Philadelphia North American, we lind the
| "Advertising has become a part, and if i
j success is desirable, in indispensable part
of the art and mystery of publishing ft book.
| Our publishers, for the most part, adopt the
I liberal policy and advertise freely. l>nt in
this respect they fall very far short of their
i brethren across the water. We have seen
! it stated that the Messrs. Clumilipra ??f IM
j inburgh paid ?40,000 merely fur advertising
their Cyclopedia of Literature. The
j history of American publications can show ;
} no fact lik<- this. The Appletons and the
i Harpers, who arc supposed to furnish a |
j commcndahlc example of liberality in ad-j
j vertising, do not, we presume, spend in this
I way five thousand dollars a year. It should j
j be mentioned, however, that charges for ;
I advertising in the I'nited States arc at loust.
| four times less than in Kngland."
i " 1Jk ji'st, and 1'kah Xut."?This is
i a motto which our very soul loves. It is a
I noble, manly, and oncouraging motto?a- j
! dnpted to all classes and conditions ; to the ;
j young, the iniddlc-agod, and the hoary I
j headed. Young man, wo would persuade !
! you to adopt it as yours, it will be a source j
I of comfort?a stay and prop to you through
all the troubles, turmoils, and anxieties of
life. When you are convinced that you
have done right?that you have actedjust/i/
?you can confidently trust the result to the
Ark the men of the South degenerating
physically? is a question which is being
determined by leseareh, the inquisition
having been commenced last full. The
question was raised by the promulgation of
a Northern theory, that the influences of
life in the South had induced a spcciaj degeneracy
in the physical conformation of
our men. The system adopted has been to
take the average weight and stature at va- j
iiuum military academies and medical colleges,
and the result is an entire refutation
of the theory, and would be even move de-1
cidcdly so had any plan bccu devised and ,
acted upon for arriving at the average of;
the population, for students as a class, necessarily
lack, from the manner of their lives
the weight and development which follows
from active pursuits of the mechanic arts,
UIIUKI1 uuvujJiillUlDt, CVC. I IK! UVCI'agC '
height of forty-two students of the University
of Louisiana, as furnished )>y Dr. Nott,
was 5 feet 10 J inches, and their nvoragc
weight 1451 pounds. Of 108 students of |
the Tennessee University, 6 feet 10 inches i
weight 150 pounds. Of 75 students of the '
Jefferson Medical College, 5 feet i> inches, j
weight 145 pounds. . Of J50 students of,
the Viririnift Milihirv Tnedfnin f. c>
-o-f J f "I* I
j ches, weight 141 \ pounds. From the i
above it will bo observed that the men of;
the Louisiana College were the tallest,
those of the Tennessee University the heaviest,
and thoso of the Virginia University
the lightest. We have no statistics of Nortl,A?n
uikii iu vuiiiinii'o wiiii mono, nur wo
doubt if an exhibit from thoso regions
would'bear any favorable comparison with
the foregoing.?Mobile Register.
A man with ?n enormous largo mouth
called on a dentist to get a tooth drawn.
Aftor the dentist had prepared bin instru- j
i m/int Aiwl ?*<?*' 4- ?
, ...... ?t..o laixMii M.? tomiiiciHie opera- |
i tions, tho man began to attain and stretch |
his mouth till ho got it to n most frightful i
extent. (t Stay, 8ir," said tho dentist,
" don't trouble yourself to stretch your
mouth any wider, for I intend to stand 011
WfkVAM S PlIOl'PV/'P < Tl??w? ' ? "
- ~ . ? 4 I1UIU IO HI, MIL*,
nays Bjrop, "pnmething very noftening in
tlic presence of winnan; mnif strange influence,
oven if ono is in lovo with them. I nl*
ways feel in bolter humor with myself and
everything else, if there !h a woman within
A Word to the Wiso.
I.ove hailed u little maid,
Romping through the meadow,
Ho-dlews in the nun sho played,
Scornful of the shadow.
"Come with mo," whispered lio ;
"Listen, sweet, to love aud roapon."
"By and by," she inockcd reply?
"Love'B not in season."
i cm s went, years cntne ;
Light mixcil with t?hadow ;
Love met the nmid again.
Dreaming through t ho^ineailow.
"Not so coy," urgeil the boy ;
"List in time to love and reason,"
"liy and by," she mused reply?
"Love's still in season."
Years went. yenv? ctuno ;
Light changed lo shadow ;
Love met the maid again*
Wuit i Off in tlin niBiiilniu
' Pass 110 moro; my <lrcnm is o'er;
1 cun listen now to reason."
"Keep thcocoy," mocked (lie boy?
Love's out of season."
Learn to Kocp HouseNo
young lady can be too well instructed
in anything that will affect, the comfort of
a family. Whatever position in society she
may occupy, she needs a practical knowledge
of the duties of a house-keeper. Sho
may be phccd in such circumstances that
it will lie unnecesfnry for her to perform
much domestic labor; but on this account
she needs no less knowledge than if she was
obliged to preside personally over the coolsing-jstove
and pantry. Indeed, 1 have often
thought it was move difficult to direct
others, ami requires more experience, than
to do tlie same work with our own hands,
Mothers arc frequently so uiee and particular
in their domestic arrangements,
that they do not like to give up any part to
their children. This is a great mistake,
tor they are often burdened with labor, and
need relief. Children should be early
taught to make themselves useful?-to assist
their parents in every way in their now
cr, and consider it a privilege to do ho.
Young people cannot realize the importance
of a thorough knowledge of housewifery,
but those who have suffered the inconveniences
nnd mortifications of ignorance.
Chil h en should be early indulged
in their disposition to hake and experiment
in cooking in various ways. It is often
but a troublesome help they afford, still it
is a great advantage to thorn.
I know a little girl, who, at nine years
old, m;ulo a loaf of broad every week durii?'r
the winter, ller mother taught hor
how luuch yeast and flour to use, and she
bccatno an expert baker. Whenever she
is disposed to try her ski!) in making simple
eako and pies, she is permitted to ilo
so. She is thus, while amusing herself,
learning an important lesson, iter mother
calls her " her little house-keener." and she
often permits Iter to got what is necessary
for tin; t;ibk*. ?Sho hangs the keys by her
side, and very musical is their jingling to
her cars. I think, before she is out of her
teens, upon which she bus not yet. entered,
that she will have some idea how to cook.
Souse mothers give their daughters the
core of house-keeping, each a week by turns.
It S|>PI11S <il 111" <> 1 > > ?* ' -
.. .......uiiu il
most useful part of their education.
'Domestic labor is by no means incompatible
with the hijrhe.st degree of refinement
and mental culture. Many of the most elegant
and accomplished women I have
known, have looked well to their household
duties, and have honored themselves and
their husbands by so doing.?Anon.
Cat.ifounia Wink and Bhandy.?The
Sun Francisco Prirr Current remarks aa
follows on this production. The brandy
spoken of is quoted at S3 per gallon :
California brandy, distilled from the native
grape, can now be bought in the market,
and of a quality equal to the average
brands of cognac imported here, and greatly
superior to the llochelle brandy. From
the grape crop this year it is estimated 50,
t\t\i\ _... 11 ? * * "
ij-jvj gaiions win oe niiHlo, or i)U(J to 4UU per
C3nt. more than last yoar. At this ratio of
increase, we do not hesitate to say that throe
years hence tine brandy will bo one of our
For two years past various classes of wine
made from the native grape of Los Angeles
have been growing upon popular notice and
favor. The A/la California says it is estimated
that loO.OUO gallons of wine were
made in the State last year, and from the
grape crop thisyear it is expected 350,000
gallons will bo manufactured. A great
number of new vineyards have been planted
in the vicinity of Los Angolos since
185.'i, and the annual grapa crop since then
must have increased enormously.
A kkw days since, I cbanccd to a tumble
inio nn miction sale of damaged dry goods,
where tho bids were spirited, and the large
crowds of male < and females were vicing with
each other in their otters, when a pair of blankets
were put up. and a dozen bid* made for
them. Tho pu/.zled auctioneer however caught
the highost, which was, J think, a dollar, from
a female who seemed determined to have them
at any price, when, oro he could way "troiiift:"
a ninlo voico cried out "dollar fifty," from llio
opposite 81*1 c of tho room. "Tsvo dollars,"
ocliood the woman, elbowing her way through
tho dense mass of females, who wero separated
from llio ninlos by a long count or, unon
which tho glih-tnngucd functionary walked
to and fro with the Koodn. Turn in if to tin*
other side, he commonced anew his stereotype
vocabulary of choice unit amusing figures of
speech, till he touched the finalo. ' Two fifty,"
nodded tho num. "Thunk yon, sir.?
Going at two fifty." "Three," scroaniod the
woman. "Four," replied tho man. "Gotho
fifty," said tho auctioneer, turning to tho woman
with a half-suppressed mniloon hii> small,
sober visace. A noil frnn, ilm
"Four fifty I'm offered ; go me five? Come, j
don't ho nfrnid, they're worth doublo tlio
money." "Yos, and that'8 all." "Soldi"
oriftd tho knight of the hammer, nhnoM bursting
with lau^htor, "t? Captain Smith, for five
(lollnrs." "Smith," eseUlmed tho woman,
"what, my husband?" raising hcreelfon tiptoo
to catch a glanco. "Why, you good-fornothing
mnn. you've bcon bidding against
your own wjto 1 Uh, you impudonco! but I
won't luivo tliom in tlio houf?o!"
A ct'iuorrq fronk of nnturc. Iin? Wn^jdia*,
cnrerod atX'Hjtetown, N. -WfllhT' I ncwsim
of n log eyf, throo Of. ' ? i
wood?m#?o u.nr>v^Jfist yoor.1 talo nj
"The World's a Staok"?A Ho- J
manck.?A paragraph is going the round*
of the papers relating how a man named
1'rflzor was recently arrested near Baltimore,
and committed to I ho jail of Morristdwn,
N. -T., from whcnco he had escaped, when [
under confinement for counterfeiting:. The '
story in touched up with a Httlo romance j
concerning a sister of his, who is said to:
have-struggled hard for a livelihood in her i
young days, but who is now n greftt lady at
the Court of lTaanco. All of which is true.
This Froze r was once a resident of our
country. lie came herewith Lucien Murat?sou
of the illustrious Murnt and the
i it~.?1.? r
MWUUVII ut i (IUIIIIV jiVMitijiiii n; ui
the old and cousin to the present Kniperor.
Lucid), assisted by this I'm/or and a Frcnoh
chap, whose name wo cannot recall, undertook
to build a "city" nil Indian River, between
Evans' .Mill and Theresa. This was
I some twenty-thrco years ago. This trio
were a precious sot. Horse-racing and
cock-lighting were more industriously at- i
tended to than legitimate business; still,]
! a gri. t-mill, a few shops, and a store were j
l put up, but in the end, went down under :
I ii.? CM rr i . mi i * I
uiu o'liMins nainiuer. 1 mis uegan :in<i
ended the great city of "Joachim." The
old mill is still standing as a monument of
fiiicicu iMur.it's failure in this country.?
The wright who built, tho mill still holds
an expensive memento ofLucien in tho
form of a " promise to pay," given for 81,800
worth of labor performed.
After our adventurers left this country
Fra/.er went to New York and got rioh?
Murut went to liordentown, N. .1., married
Krazer's sister and remained poor. Ilis
wife actually supported him by teaching
school. .Meantime the brother continued \
to wax fat and fast, lie became noted na j
a gentleman of wealth, leisure and pleasure !
without giving, it is said a thought to his i
relatives, who were under the frowns of
fortune. The throw of the dice-box of destinies
which gave Franco into the hands of
Louis Napoleon, also gave peace and glory
to liUcien Murat and his very worths and
hurd-worl"iii<r \vifi? II.* io i?>?' ..?< I
high dignitaries of the Empire, and she i.s
one of t ho finest ladies of the Court. Thus,
while the sister occupies the Elysces IJourhon
at Paris, the brother is awaiting his
sentence to serve in a New Jersey State
Prison.? Water toicn Journal.
That is a beautifv.I superstition which
prevails among the Seneca tribe of Indians.
When an Indian maiden dies, they imprison
a young bird until it first begins to try
iks power ot song, ami men loaning it with
kisses and caresses, loose its bonds over her
grave, in the belief that it will not fold its
wings nor close its eyes until it has flown
to the spirit-land, and delivered its precious
j burden of affection to the loved and lost.?
' It is not unfrcquCnt to see twenty or thirty
: birds li t loose over a single grave.
Doctor.? " Well, how did your wife mnnnffO
her sli'ownr-hnth. ilnnnnn ?" l)nn?.tn?
I "Sho had real good luck. Madamo Moody j
j told lior how slio managed. Sho paid hIio i
I had a lur;;o oiled cp, with a cape to it. like
j a fireman ?, that cumo all over her shoulders. :
and?" Doctor?"She's a loul for her prtins: I
that's not the way." Deacon?"So my wife t
thought." Doctor " Voir.- wil'odid nothing of I
the sort, I h ipe." Deacon?"Oh, no, doctor,
! sho used an umbrella." Doctor?"What!
! used nn umbrella? Zounds! Wl|fttg<?d did
] the shower-bath do her?" Deacon?-"She
' saill sho. Colt llfHni1 lli.l* .tli.tl.no ....?
I a mile. She sat under the umbrella for half
I an hour, till all tho water had trickled oil",
! and said 'twas cool and delightful, and just
1 like a little shjwor in the summer."
A Quaker having sold a fmedoo'rinp. hut
hlind horse, asked the purchaser: "Well,
uiv friend, dost th(?u see any fault in him?"
" No," was the answer. " Neither will ho '
see any in thee," said old B -oudbrim.
a J-MsriNGUisiiED lady once reproved her
librarian for putting Looks written by male
and female authors upon the same shelf.?
! *' Never do it," said tflie. "without putting a
J prayer-buok between them."
The Gloucester News tells the story of a
i b ?y in ono of tho schools in that town who is
| an invotorate rhymster. and who laughed one
I morning during prayors at the sight of a rat.
i Being asked why lie laughed, he n-idied:
'"1 saW II I'llt 1IIW1 <' ? ofnii.u
; ' i % 'a%*
C lining up to hear your prayors.
; Being told that ho must immediately make
j another rhyme or he Hogged, ho quickly ani
"Here I stand hefiro Miss lJlodgott:
S:h?'s going to strike, and I shall dogdeit;"
and took his seat, tho wlnde school being in
a four of laughter.
That must l?e a very foolish, rash woman, j
who will put tubs out of doors to catch soft I
water when it is raining hard.
" Uememiier, sir," said a tavern-keeper io
a gentleman who was nit ?ut leaving hie houao
without paying his bill, "remember. ?ir. that
if you lose your purse, you didn't pull it out
" Papa, can't.I go to the y.oologerieal rooniB
: to pee the camomile fight tho rye-no-sir-ce!
boss?" " Surtin, my aon; but don't ge* your
i trowsprs turn. Strange, my dear, what a
i taste tlmtbov ImH for nat'rl fiisi'rv. No loii!
fr,>r n?r v maj.ai.iIi. t? Iwv I ? I ? ( -i-1 - * *
, 0, . ?0, ?...?? ^ vnvtii IIU HUM ptilV ()I |
tom-cats hanging by thoir tails to tlio tjlothe- ;
An auctioneer, vexed with his audience, I
aaid: " I am a mean follow?m?an as dirt? ]
and feel at lioine in this company."
MBVare born with two eyes, but with one
tongue, in order that thoy should f.co twice '
uh much as they say. The buiuo ia also applicable
to women and boys.
A French writer has said tlmt "to <ucam
gloriously, you uuistact gloriously while you
..,v,..iiiiiu,umu tu wiillj^ iWI^Cl* UOWIl lO COII- I
vorso with you io your nlocp, vou must labor j
j in tho causoofvirtuo during the duy."
"I always sing to plcnsc myself," said
a gontlemon, who was humming a tuno in
oompuny. "Then you nre not a tall difficult
to plcaso," said a ludy who sat next to hiu),
Onp is tho light whioh, though norer seen,
yet makes visible everything else, and
I clothes itself in oolorH. Not thine eve oxno
j rioucoH its ray, but thy Heart its warmth.
port*. "WonM*, who wns reading to his con'?
u i,n i> citable# in Ucncfti*, found the hint
out ny twenty .... it^w| the liord gave unto
?iing <iver two leaves to
gclher, ho found written, and rend in nn nudihlo
voioo: "And sho was pitched without
and within." Ho had unhappily got into a
description of Noah'? Ark.
A uknti.kman Who recently travelled thro'
tho Mohawk Yalley flutes that the farmers of
uiai region, uisivnu 01 mo oiu-iasnionea figure
of a rugged man with a wooden gun, for
a Hcfirc-crovr, now hang tip hooped skirt* in
their corn-Bip^ls. and the carrion birds arc effectually
alarmed by this modern fatdiionublo
" Wiiat are tho chief on (la of man t" listed
a s?eho;?l toaclier of his pupils. "Ilead
and foot," was the reply.
The love of ruling and tho lovo ofnecumui
.I,. .... . i.: .1.
iiti umi ;ku uiti i ww iiinus wniiuut mini- ;
kiuil beyond all others.
" IIai'imxesV it has been flnolv observed, !
"is in proportion to tlio number ot things tlint
Tho Commissioners of Roads
"I.^OU the District nre njtcx'ialhj requested to
ft meet ut tho Court llouao, on Snloduy
next, ut 11 o'clock, a m
MlblOS M. NORTON', Chrn'n.
A up; 10, 1850 5 2
OX SALKDAY NEXT.
At 3} o'clock, p ji, nt the uppor Ivemvce
bridge, wo will lot. under the instruction of
the Cmmnlicdoitcrs of llnnd.s, tho rebuilding
or repairing the middle arch.
Aug 10, 1858 5 _2_
CMM 1 I \T /1 !?/?!? untun I I
uuui'n Mjj.ilm? run luojl ;
rP!IB STOCK OF GOODS, DRUGS & MKDI1
CINMS, nysigned by Isscricll & Norman, for
the benefit of tiicir creditors, nrc now offered nt j
cost for casii i
For u short time onlv.
The NOTF.S AND ACCOUNTS have been
placed In the hands of Mr. I>. 1*. Roiiins, nt the
Store, for settlement unci collection. Those indebted.
therefore, will call anil liquidate such
m'i . .mi; irs aiMu in mi! move, Ubaisiing m
tlie ?alc of Hoods and Medicines, nud will, us
usual. put up prescriptions promptly, and out Inmost
J. K. HAflOOD, Assignee.
UOD'T. A. THOMPSON,
Agent for the Creditor*.
Wnlhnlla, July 12, 1858 51 tf
I)Y virtue <>f an order to mo directed l>v
) \V. .J. Parsons, Ks(|., Ordinary <>f PiekI
.. ;n .?n . I.I~I??. ?.:-i-i?
VII.1 Miou !Vi, A u III OVJII K\r UIV HIUVIVI
on Saleday i" September next, the lies'' Kstato
of" Henry Oussaway, deceased, lo w '.t :
Ono tract of Land, situate in 1 icL'Cns <tistrict,
on Long Creek, waters of Clmttugn lti vcr,
adjoining lands of JsmaR Phillips, John
.Maxwell and others, containing Two Hundred
and thirteen Acres more or (ess, sold lb)*
division among the heirs of said deceased.
Tkkms ok iSai.k.?On a credit of twelve
months, with interest from dntv of sale, except
the cost, which must, be j?nid in cash.?
The purchaser to give bond with good security,
to the Ordinary to secure the payment of
w.v |M..v>.n M iiiuim ) , "tin II iuwii];iip' in WK: |
promises if doeme.I noepssnry by liiui. Purchaser
to pay extra for titles'.
L. C. CllAIG, s.r.u.
Aug. 5.1898 _3__ td
tMnle oi'Koiiih Carolina,
\\JIIEUBA8, Uob't. A. Thompson, ('ominisaion1
I or in l''.(|iii(y ot' Pickens district, liatli applied
to ino for lcttovs of administration, upon
nil mul singular the personal estate of Daniel
\l.. I.' : 1- 11. .1 r.. . .. . v .
.in i^imify, uwi'i.mmi, nue 01 inc niiui' iuovcsuki i
niul district of PicKons: The. kindred and
creditors of scud deceased are, therefore, cited to
apponr before iuc, at l'iokens C. H. on Wcdne?diiy
the 22d (September next, to show cause, if
any they can, why Maid letters should not bo
granted. Givou under my hand and seal of office,
14th August, 18">8.
W. J. IWHSONH. o.r.n.
SlaJc oOonfh Carolina,
ix ok dinahv?rickk.nh.
n L' -v
? l - ' I
vs V Summons in Partition.
Kdwnvd ('ox, ct. nls. j
IT appouving to my satisfaction tliat.Tolin f'ox, j
Mnrimla Cos. (hihriel Cox, Robert Cox. Lu- |
tloton Kdgo and wife Miiiorvn, (Jcorgc Naves
mil wifo Juno, 0 cor go (How and wife llliodn,
reside without the limits of this State: It in ordered,
therefore, that they do appear in the Ordinary's
otliee. at Pickens C. 11., on Monday the
.Slli day of November next, and object to the division
or sale of the Real Kstate of Joshua Cox, ,
uccensoti, or tlioir consent to tlio shiho will be
entered of record.
W. J. 1'ARSONS, o.p.n.
Ol"dJnarjr's* office, August 6, 1858
A Final Settlement
Wl l,I< he made, on the 80th day of October
next, of tho personal < tales of Wilson and
Jesso McKinnoy, qec'oftsed. Ad demands against
either estate must he handed in before that day
to JOHN MrKlXNUY, Adm'r.
July 2H. 1858 1 td
1.) ui-iuu) >;ivuii mat application will Ijo
u?a<lc to too Legislature of South Carolina,
at its next session, for an aet toineorpornte
the llaptist Church, at Sceona.
August 2. 1858 / 3 3ni
STATE Of SOUTII
W. II. ?owcn and other* |T() provo W|? ^
John Ilowcn, Kx'or. et nls. J fi0'cinu fo'm.
Y?,'HK11KA.S, W. U. linwen anil others have ap11
plietl to me to Jntve ? puper purportinc to
i>c the laut Will nml Testament of SVillin.ni How- |
en, deceased, Into of uahl district, proven in duo |
nnd form of law: nnd it nppenring to j
my satisfaction that T. H. Howcn, Joel Wellborn
nnd wife .Martha, Thornton llenson nnd
wife Klizaboth, nnd T. II. llowen nnd wife Nancy,
defendant* in thift cane, resido without the
limits of this State : It ia ordored, therefore,
Him uicy appear in uio i;ourt ot" Ordinary, to
t>clicltl at I'lckens Court House, on Thursday llio
11th tiny of Oolobor next , to show c.iuso, if any
they can, why the said paper, purporting to be
the hist Will and Testament of tho deceased
aforesaid, should not be proven in duo form of
law. (liven under my hand and seal of ofRco,
the Oth dav of Julv. 1Rf?R.
W. J. i'AItROSa, o.p.D.
Ordlnnry't Office, July 0, 1868 8m
SltiJo of Soulh Carolina,
JameH M. Abbott "|
vb V BumraonH In Partition.
Nouh Abbott 4 o'bcrK. ) ^
1 r upncaiintt iomo lluit'Nonb Abbott nrul.fno.
I T)owi? and wil'o Surah, dofrndnnt* In thin c;ieo
reside without the limits of ?hln8thtoY It la ordered
tlifit. thoy do Appenr in the OrdinuryH
oflioo, at Pickens C. II., on Monday tfio tlth
di?v >f Octpbep no*U nnil to tho?HvUirtn
or sale of flio Hert\ tfdtftto of WHlTum Abbott,
doeefttfed, or'their ^onaent to tbo unino will bf
entered of rfc'.ord.
Wl J. PAKKONB, o.p.o.
Ordinary V Offi<*,\^y H, 1W. 8gf
HIDES AND BARK
WILL BE BOUGHT AT FAIR PRICES
hy ,J. L. N. SMITH.
Tim Yiird, )um 4. IMS 25-tf
f|MIE Estate of John Abbott, deceased,will
1 bofinnllv settled in tho Ordinary's Office.
n:..t t\* ir .... \i 1 *i ?W.? * r
ui riuKvuo v. 11. t?n mwiiuiiY niv eau any 01
September next. Tbooo indebted must muku
payment bv that timo. nnd tlmso having demand*
will render them to mo legally attosted
on or by that dav.
(J. W. PHILLIPS, Es'or.
Juno 19j 1888 48 3 m
rpiIOSK having donmnds against the Esft
tatc of A. P. Whito, dccoased, wjllrondgr
them to ino legally attested, and nil those
indebted toon id Estate must make immediate ^
payment to the undersigned.
W. W. WHITE, Adm'r.
Juno 7. 1858 "il 3m
t riM.lCATION will be made 10 (lie Commis
iv Blotters of Itoads, nt their next meeting, tor
leave to change the public rond loading from
Pickens C. JI. to (,'nshior Valley, by leaving the
present road nt or near Diyinau hill, four miles
from the former place, and connecting again
half mile beyond this point. Diverge again at
or nenr Stamp Crock nttd intersect tlio snmo
road in or near n mile's length : also, such other
changes as may bo thought necessary. Notico
is nlso given tlint should this Application to tlio
Hoard fail, the Leigsbilurc will bo petitioned
lor leave to clmngo tlie above vonu us is herein
May '2~>t 18f>8 45 3m
IS hereby given thnt nppticntion will bo mndo
to the l.eijiwluturo, r.t its next sef<!>ion, for nn
. iCt to ineorpor.'ilo tlic Church (Mount Olivet)
mid the Cntiip (1 round, nt I'ickcnsrillo.
July a. 1808 60 3m
S(ale of ftoulli Carolina,
Daniel Aloxtmdor y
in. / cMiiiimuiiB in 1 m mioii. \
.las. Alexander, ct. nls )
J T appearing lo mc that JatneB Alexia dcr, Win.
1 Durham anil wife Mclimtn, and Naily lloatnor,
defendants in this case, rcsido without tlio
limits of tin's Statu: It is ordered that they do
appear in the Ordinary's oflicc, at Tickcns
II., on Monday the 4th day of October next,
and objcct lo the division or side of the Ileal Ks
tntc of Thomas Alexander, deceived, or their
consent to the same will be entered of record.
>V. J. VA11BON&, o.r.n.
Ordinary's Office, July 2. ls",S :tm
Slalc of SoiiHi Carolina)
J. W. Kelly }
vs J- Summons in l'nrtition.
Jnmes.T. Kelly, cJ nls. J
IT nj<ponriiig to mo that .Tunic* J. Kelly, <".oI
fendnnt in this ea?o,resides without tbo limits
of thin StutQ: It is ordered tbftt lie do arpenr
in tlio Ordinary's Office, nt l'ickeus C. IF,, on
Monday the lltli day of October next, nnd object
totlio division or sale of tlio Kefd Kstnte of
Andrew Kelly, deceased, or his consent to tlio
same v 11 be entered of record.
W. J. VAltSONH, o.p.l.
Ordinary's Office, July H. 1 KVs Sn(
siaio 01 ?;?roiiiin,
Jos. Morck ninl wife } '
th J- Summons in Partition.
Joel Chapman, ct ?1? j
IT appearing Joine that Thomas McKinnevand
wife Mary, Joel Chapman, 0. J. Wiggiiiton
anil wife Until, and Isvnel Chapmen, defendants
in this case, reside without tho limits of lliis
Ktato: It in ordered tlmt tliey do appear in tlm
Ordinary'.* oftice, at Pickens ('. H., on Monday
the diiy of August next, nnd object to tho
division or snlo of the Ileal Kctale of .loshmi
CliNpmiin, deceased, or their conscnt to the sumo
will be entered of record. 1
W. J. 1>AR SOftS, o.r.n.
Ordinary's Office. Mny IffiH ftm
JEWELRY, GOLD & SILVER.
JJiAN Btk. FTSCIIESSEK,
Wallinlln, 8. C.,
| [AH just nnw rehnned from New York with
H ft largo nml l>c(i\ttiful assortment of
(lloth GOLD and 81bVER,) Clock*, Music llox08,
Combs, nnishos, Fancy Articles. Perfumery,
Soaps, Gold Fens, etc,; nil of which }in? lieen
i ought for CASH, and which lie offers for SJilo
t.u tlio moat accommodating terms.
Jfc?*? Ho also KKiUIRS WATCH B8 and otlicr
artloU* in his line. ?r.d <-m;cit,s the patronngo
of I ho puhii". 11!.? stand '/Tjienr the public ^
squnro, at Wnlhnllu, S. C. tit.it
iw. in iair ' ' >e
w. NoiuiiH. ju. J. m ?i\iuu#o>.
N01UUS. HARRISON Si !TI,MAM,
Attorney* at taw, Vj
11TILL ntleml promptly to nil hodfWAl&titrii*il
to I to their enre. Mu, 1'?).V.iam:'cuii always
he fouuil in fl?n fllliflK- .
OFFICE AT IMCKBNH O. H-, B. C.
Sept. 0, 18dt) 9 - tf
" . i. .mm... ? ? *
\V. K. KASI.KV. ISAAC WKJK I.IVKK.
EASLEY & WICKUFEI,
Attorncyn at Law,
\,ryir.T. attend punctually to all bunincsu cni
trusted to tlioir cmc in tlio Districts
comprising the WcHtcrn Circuit.
OFFICE AT PICKENS 0. II.) S. C.
Cl'JH. lf?)D Jtf M
; LUMBER! LUMBER!
f|MIK umlcrsJiruod nro now prepared<o fill orj
1 .lcm for I.CMISEK of nil kiml*, tit their Mill
on wconec *;rccK, *cvcn imien uorih-crtsf or W.tl;
liitiln. Lumber will bo delivered if it i? dcMrcd
l>y tlio nurclmwcr. Our thrifts will bo lniidoitc!
cbminodnting, and wo reapecMblly ftolU'Hfhc patronugo
of I 10 public. JAMF<8 OKOHOK, 4a
M. F. MITCHF.LL, )
Fob. 10,1t'57 ftl J. K/ LAWRKNC'K.
t IMPLICATION will bo tnAdo lo tfi* T.priMn
i\ turo of South Cm-olinh, f?t Its noxt reunion,
for an net to incorporato the town of lMckcnuville,
with thn unuul power i?nd privileges.
July 3, 1858 fiO 8n?
Application win i?o mn<io to tin* next
Lcgiflatitro for n ohortor to oonntruot u
Turnpike Jload from tho wont, oml of tho
; ?rc?t Tunnel, tho nruroat rttid hftftt rout? to
Pulwki. to he cftllod tho llrasstown mid Pan- 1
I thor Crook Turnpike. 1"
Jnne_I2, 1M8 47 3m;'
Final Estate Notice.
i jyT OTUJK is hereby given tbnt n flnnl net- I
i/i tlcmcot of tlio EHtntc o(,Jnmo? fllflj
Imrn. deceived, will bo imde Jn the Ordlnni
rv'? ftffico, Ht 1'iekone C. II., on Monday the
! 13th i-ftT of Heptomboi nOtt. Tim ? indobted
nmwt nn*Ke pnimonK nml uoi-ram* fiavln#
will r?ndojf them It'jjally fttte?fc3
hy that ?imo. Notice ifl nl.-?>^ivirm|t h?t I will
hofc bo ro?iK>T)?ili1o for intorwf njinr Hint timo. jk
r.VMKS K. 6fcV?i?W A'lm'r. fl
Juuq3, 1*38 40 3io ^