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O! I- eh, illd we- evor be dream~ing
or ht t'~hat hav e ttded natl, gonue,
wheir e will nttew bie.4i ng, is teming,
1:4M 16, Igitt as lhs wt6~ l itheredit. damir
'PThoigt bln. i'd the r~toweounve titOtibied,
A iii sett10I' its leaves Wol 6.60' 10 plaint,
YeL whty shmoatd we sigh 15t: the Periied,
Whenai t ime ity br ing ohlers ligni ?t
Ulu! thoughi we he' lioced 1y t he brft.
We fill ill 0 e-,111 that Ivit hhi
III 6,1e lita LI of vach blootin a, balm.
Thleni ye I'l,0Cold 11iiflt ur sorrlow,
I No' It'tgi bl XI, 3111i' ttowb heforo 1116
New: light now uthe down U166. Ibt'ckt o'er
Fov 1" fly 1011114 W'1;twiiyt, be t'i;'lt g,
hin h'm ilte 10 1, 0 fleet n) (lie 1 al(
If gief Onnal preventl~ It, ft'otn1 tlyiltg,
Notr bring~ bitck lift. bleitiitgs again ?
Ali. I then~ let us' Em11.: fit lite 16Irtiia g
Dr' yokith1'i glit') b-art gushling fluw6
A-0' veil In far 11 cavcn't- hbtto awning
Ile ItltJW Hta Mhrud us below
Nogro Riot and Iiloodah cr1
The ;llnlual order andi qift of the lim
abiding cilmlllniiy of Savztitit,' vtip. thle
A"'., .J- 1l'er'ze, of' the bill, wtai uerys.
r1a,I:Al:, diatut'b-6d yGI cidaty 1-y filie i iotont8
'62 A 't f 6.1 "Low aO'd of'' ncgmea
who ~ had, cohr !oit It)' :peviatI II d )I.tt~ .)
1nI. fom(caiuitauc i)1 JJCl t inv *I qltit N ' bujlta'6
itlt''t1ilie.fl6 W~ithout MigninIn Ct'16)IKt
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maludei' of tht MIilitar LIV l61riot., itunt,'
fjl6 i ti ordui't )I o (It( c (l C I that wi1 IL'tvel.
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that Plp6 M;hilkI 1 id 10 (he (Antti
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'he Our First Railroad,
The Charloston News , publishes al
interesting Sketch of 0he South Orarolin:
H :alread, from : which wo extiact th(
.it is little more tha~n foriy yeatis ag,
that tie practicAbihlity of railroad com
munication with tlo interior was firs
d"II3cunssed inl South Carolina. Ifor
i w'er vas :l that was coutemplatLed
nld Ihose who favored the proj((et be
i,-vedA t hit, horse power uil3on, u3 pon:
rail or tram--way, woi-i be so superio
to the ordimary load as to) be hi!d,
p3rofita1)10 t) tle Com)panIy, as vel na
conven33ient to tilt picil3(. Onoe of ti3
(ar 'le9 proljcLtors was lr. Alextnle
Bhiek. ie Was fliy scvondcd by Air
T ri 'I'pper, Nilr. Wmn. Aiken, Gov
Bennetu, M r. B. J. Howland anld DI.
S 1mi3-1 11. DickSon. h'llesle genitlee1vt
I-t with everI y kind of discouragement
they persovered, and, a.; the result,
their labora, South Carolinat IIa
1. The first railroad of any co:id
ciable size! builit ill titl- Unliteld States.
2. The firt3t0team propelited crs.4, 3nm3
iing igularly with pa.sigers aid bag
gage, iml tho world.
3. The fir', a pplicat ion of' A meric:u
I mprOveme3tl.-I como.ves anld pad
sebger coacher, wiich improvemn.-lt
havo sinece been alm1o.;t un3iversa'l)
Ili 1827,w, theeluter of tSo ut3
C:ar'11h1na m :11-, HPulkoad Comporal
as4 Obbteined, mill In Webruiary of tha
yeart, hoi30(3aV 'elf! OPO9niedo. il'l addl0i1tio1m:
subxiptoni Thew kwav LAl laken
and ill .NI., I ;.' . . ,, pl
Il 1111o , 1 429. a m tin g Of 6.1). st1,':
)A I !~ v., - ~'9 .
3 wn' hll." work W,. , t
r u l c inlelte fort-1hwitIh a p)IIo ll of, th.
rad1 h3o1n :1hai onan.1 !3 ld!,i
To ave then ./3fri and. :Ii
.1t'l, th; do ..o )t W qi..3t n I I t
:11: a e,i In i i 3119 Il' .*ti ia
( II , .u t ; I t he I r t : I!
N 1~ 1 391 .
wha . I II3 1w . ; 111, h 't 'm 3la I
'h1 33 - 1! . -. .\, . '. 3- I ll. .\b i! 1r, ,, 3.'hn h-.
wa ia m ll fior-.wheeled (.11,ml . wvit
9 3 3 , h t .i b -l 3 1'r , w 1 1.h h - 1 e I f o . t o U h
v - r ), :IeI, Ih I huno) ci c 'IIa-nta II
r d Im m. I .; I I fo)rm I I 1n i1
wIt wondecr .tudi eia, appreheni
13 ai m:9: , .! t ' h . f,, owil..ng Vea
":: , he 9hr39' r w. re f,ormally .1
h lon l , i' to) ..31- 1 th r.i l , I I by th1
tnlt %d11 1 1- i. 1 b o Ie --la.:;t. F13 AI d" wa
t 1 1- ; re'ek. I 1 ) anh r, 8:1?, ihl
I>:1 wa:. open3ed1 to I r'vaicih v ilb-, andl Ih1
nh3.1 d Ikeptics be gall to fear tlha
'Ihv hi: , t :aiol furchuded inl Vain).
1 wa;.:n oeventfuld year. Ini A pri
Ihe to I ; a4 h1<1plt1d to Iiidwav, liov
eit-two 11ke, and :t train wa 111 3 l
to 1110. point, :t1. the ra.0 of' t.welve mile
.11111 l n 11r th nl tire ro d to 1111313
bilr w%%,;I:; compIct.ed :u3 thi a ('rown opo
Terod was fairly stocked witih en
gine1(M c' 3ar.I, bill. they were of a weal
aill in'olem 9tlo descr333ipion. The eng3'in3
'lII' -ix," oI' iutl.:t alce, wa'1.3 c hl1 0
h:6ding ,000 1pounds313 of freight. Thl
"W en l'Point" wvas- eleveol horset plowerl
3133d could haul133 live car3' (99 a ca3pacity e
.!,00033pounds ea3ch. It is3 in303teestin t,
':o33mpare3 theun 10ocomotives''(3 with 11hoso3 13
thle present333 day, which3(31 ha1ve ai power''3 (
:3)) horses3'~, weigh from033 twenty t3o twen.'VC
ty.is ton33:, 3331 ('nn3 hau13 witoh ens.
twenty33 ears3333 of 3 a33 Icacity of 10, (0k
joundM each91, or' an3 aggrega3to of 320),
l*arly in 1838, gr'ountd w(' as8 broken3 o1
3.1ho, Columbiah13 bran13ch, witichi waIs to co'n
11:3 nhur33g 1Hond withI Cohimbia3.
133 d uly, 18-l'. IhIo C'ohu bia9 branel3'331
wa 3)compjbtedI3'(, am33( thel total in3come 0
the' two readis -fromi (: hrlston to 1ifau.
ho3 g, and19 front 3'rauc1ihle to C ohn333h,3
n , 1841:, 82 5, 32.
Du)3ringj the1 year3I 1 814! ''A peri:ion wm.'
rauh33 t3 h1e c1ii.en1s of ( amden1'3 :331 Ker'
Wb wDist rict to constru l~ot a3 branch(31 te
co33me9ct Cam13d11n wit the339 South Car33oli
na33 lRailroad', :md39,:31 IDecemlber, 18 1.1
331'Ns 1 hanvun:,.- Itev. Smn3ue'l I ,'emd31
wr''3itinlg from1 Ilock .1fi1l, 8. ('., unde1(3
date of1) thle 20th1 lultimo1, to tile Rout1n-rr
Chistianl .id(eca33te, give:) a barro3'1win1:
lcoun33t of' Ii 33. 'n"ledem. bly whVIich tw(V
per'sons lost 3the1'ir le.
B rother'3 J. M. ('lne, of' 1h0 Souitli
CaruIoilna Conferen'e r3ecei3vedt, an aip
pom1~tmenlit, to South Cha13rlotto ciri'Ct,
and19 on1 his3 retur hero 10, fr'om C'onferen3'ice.
founid his3 lit tie dlau~ghtor A 1131 still in
Lced '(ith1 a1 i3ken limlb. Thlis dela3ine(d(
himt som3e1 threei w( e'k, until 033 till
15t dinjst. ha:1ving malde all h1is a3rran1:Ze.
me3nt3s,1 110 snt, is wifI and11 vonn33gel
citlldren by ra:ii to Morro31w ~' To3rn Out
on3311( (the 1 C hote 3 R(ia, and3 3took hi:
dau33ghter' Ann and: 3131 a servan31 tih 1333
jin a1 bu3g339, and11 p'rocee1d3'd to ,jo)in hi:
wifeh and49) other (Ihiren301 at3 Pineille i , N
C. 1 li eched a ford on3 S)3.1olo33 (red
eten:1' 333ngni1%be ili, he93 prtoede(d cau 1
13ions.y to recconnoine the,4 ford. ; and3. ha:v
ing 8satisfied I,1mselCf tha3t it wa impass11)355
ble, drov into it;33 19331 3u33 his3 way33 (V
al lit tle, 130 suddenl'3y foundi1 h3iniself3, 013u1d
servantlit and1 m11i31, s1iubmerged, ho doci
not knowv to what dep01th. I1ein3g wa.'sh
('d ou1t oIf' his3 seat, 11is Iirst impuiso15 wat
to eitch~ his dro0wninlg child an3d servap)f
1)33 unader eachm a3rmu--anid they likowis
chmng to 11im1 withI a deathLi grasp. .
Ilow long heo was tiider the wvater hi
Idoes iot know, but. long enoughi to los
conilousn3osa. ,Providential!rly h wa
d (rifted to the~ foo4 of a log, and inivoini
taridy clu~ng to that with- ono hand, an
being lifted out of the water, his Con
scounssrturned, juist ini time to hen
the voice of Ihis little daugihter, abou03
'"3.3nty yardeii, below 13 hin. cr.n on C 03
"Oh pa I Oh pa! Oh " and then all
was silint tF death. After oine1 timo
i and with greati difhculty; he drew him.
, self on the log, and reaching the shore,
he ran up and,] down and calling in vain
>for little A ln.
I [is cries were heard by sorie persons
living not far away, and they came to
his aid. All further search being use
less. they holped hinii forward, without
hat-dronehed to the skin-in a state of
Imlind borde-ring Ol despair, to t.ho house
of a friend, where lie was cared for, and
a mevssewnger dispatched to Pinevillo to
co:(unlticale 1he sad lmielligelcot to Sis
A% Chiue. The liS were searicd for
r and lund tih f.,ibwing day, and
broughlt to this pla:ce. for intiermda'11t,
Tl.N1 11. Tcable
idiqpatch g.ive!:- dr;:.i of' It(e gnc.at Fem-i
n n attack uponi "Dinramit Martello
I itw r v r and (1 i tn.j' wo re% vIl a I
fresh doi p, tat i f a iinlar atLtck on a
"imiarttello towIr.'' A this sort of
thing is liketly to be ept up fOr the next
twelvemionuith, it may be we: o sy
New Yor!: '/'-1:1 i ays they are old
e a ICAl 1,r;.a :; r:II-1 tm1e ., re-t 11y thr1-ee.
fflore year. ag (Ir ha.ho !ll
- Ioghuand wasi abu-men(: by the( priae
A ofa iPrenclh mvasi' n. t'he hi' l ,'-d by
Naploleoun. They n oite iiill, chilly as
w atehno er:. anid ;I!. -Ill e vvon s, a ctl-1ni..
in~ to ith ar:. of forliiica a's: ui it exiat..
red in 1808, wyur desuiteA to re.ai. nuch
t artillery as was in uise sixty m yars ago.
A single shot. frot it modern ~iehl pi-ce
wouhl riddle any of teli(, s trtutttre.s,
.041 acoldi lly heliy' ani. r.tained chh f..
iy .; the a of I it. 4 ,.1. ;
wi)! llh ii desiguelt to wath I SmigIlggders.
Th poeof mnw (,I th! scorea.- of themil
o . 1. of 1 ..a :.0. 10I o . w I,
11A, ivL nUt I iat ain tii supplies
unwomnzoon or prsnr.They ar1.
1!,1y t part of 1 war (II
but . thr ~of, e I. ' rv ii 'par m .
. ay p' ii i iiof . i inim m t f i.All,
LLi-- '(' it
onei't o fuiis .m- " t wh vS ii ~l kiy r
I. "mt e1.4ll o ',s t aii .. ii k'd ,p iiti,
for(h the ir of i - i bin;i . ; lw .it ' I,*.
- 'oIzed army wtill' )out of :; way to
Liuablo them. 1*)nderm ln th1i., we
- :itt;111)1) itil t it i. bl!i:- f l whic ,
it) rello t oVeItiir V. . coniii ll
I lfrom six If) t x11Ic.nm- . ! a ., ,
dilapidation. oc bvc 1, it a I,.l i5
"pain, others al a aw i tlir ath so
on. The artiliei, besidps reb1s in.
f- tilI ry il t1.11 . ito rt ia j t. inh
Itiso somea frmhlibh- weltom of that
K s ft
fIther,'' .aid( I i ht- was, wal kmig
witl hi.4 fathier, ''th1-y artet knockin,
away the prop.-; h(oml hoitttyr 1.h1 briike.
\ hat aroe th. doing; 1 ilm1 for? W on't.
- the brig fall ?"'
,j"They are knoe! ul tin he away ,
ssai the ather, " that. ih i i1.9 s n' r
ret more firinly ot h Ili tt. 4 je whijch
arl noTfw filuisiwli."
G-od ahvay- lakes away our valIbly
. irops t lit i l:.\ rest mI ore li.-mly 1i oi
him. God sonti lin-s aks aw-ay it
mall'i henh)h, LIMIv- tt mue wlly r nhim
lor. his daily- br.-m.l. 1Before his health
failed], 1tough1 he! perhapIs3 daily repetated
, his words,--(i ive s t isa t ur ail y
'Sbrad,". heIodto this wn indyu triv
> e ;ha hichvto hel faske io Gd. Th'
I uon od' s bovmtyt. \\it ion he frectives
Ite'.l it i the i o I od. it al itl
our all'echtinsi'i were' exercisedic upnilsh..
jiectssaroid bs, thenogweh rejticed. A thir
abundagl bin sympaty ia n iiptt \i ad
witeebouh to relier otatikni tane
cioul wien stor1'ttmd for lawne od
<pit plor.ti oe, sou. das ae u
tarmorea tinly it aln liehd upi'
dcxtowl'oi ~ Crn.l o
tesire t bui ai istr that w'illi~ do
atoay wth thle ncsit a ofn a wll, 11 it1 can
he e. '11tuall erophied h the~al fon.
tlowing meltIl tomlete th ister av i'i
usuitau; then bu'ithl ep m th enreat wth
a\ squre bx t i hldiii say bare of
iiatei. ientlo this1 bo~ intyour 'plubmp
are fog the watrvilir through otheo
bricks, andkee ag voknstantruppe of~ wa
t-, clearas eribtal.d iigrd forkiuse
hllerd ineeche ostherfactemnnter.
Any onel can rehl periveg of
ter wichn passzes throad, brit mut
thins tbemequaf, oai twoatio ad
tise cothy aer for drinkingf than
grsen tvo av promin ero lwyer of
ando tedef hilafouft.0,r
Angng for Iog,
Brick Poinoroy tells tho followmg:
Another tirho wo wero traveling on:
grounds we had no right to tramp over.
The only excuse was lake that of milita.
ry necessity--it wis better fishing
through the farmns where the trout had
been preserved, than in. the open1 lots
whero all could'fish.
It was early morning. We had r-isen
at 3, ridden tean miles, and struck the
creek as the trout were ready for break.
fiast. Looking carefully for a shelterod
place to hitch or horses, wo slyly crept
on behind fencos, ect., till we reached
the part of the streamn not generally
fishi. A farmai hotse stood a quitar.er of
a Mil away. We yAw the maorania'
itok- curling lightly fron IL stovepipo
--;a w a itman aid two boys come out to
do chores--saw two woaen busy about
the door, tand a ferocious bull-dog wan
dwiag about, the yard.
If ever we fished close, it was t.hen.
Not a whisper to disturb the birds 01'
the ownr of the l aid. We crawled
through t he gaa: dodged behii
Caiu of'liers, and lhintiug large speck
led baa~iates oui, of the water till ura
basket wan full.
Thi.; was thea 11 ie to have go)ao ; but
the trout wats so largo and hit so readi.
ly, that we coaliI not witlstanld tie
StIO.. t-eii plattol;i ) wi. de!a'dod to
string aand hide what we had, anaid take
anotid-r basket-fiall. So at it we went.
No 1one"cr woulil the hloo1k toucih the
water than we had a trout. We forgot
the house, to' an, the boys and tIe
nhiddenly there was a ruishiaing through
an oat (iold. as if a ad ba ll was com
ing. Wo looked toward the house, atil
saw the faa-mer' and his t.w,> boys ('1t a
ce Inh wolnli in the door, 1i. the
b.i!1-iig boiailing toward tau. We s;aw
it. all-we had beeii disicovered. '.lIi
will Iaiel dog laud been seait to huntat.
us out, and, as the ina ter a ppeared, it
was safe to ei. h . wa;s ding that t1d1 ,
VO Oittilil th!.( do' wi:a not to be
Itollita of. TIl i-ro wa- no ajame to loe.
I le -Arid the fence, eame for us just,
aS we reaehed a front seat on a all
above Lij reach.
I fere was a pricioua g-) A \v icious
hldg uader a tre, and. a farmer iadl
two lig boys ready h. miove down up.;
oat <a1a works. It. was fight, foot race,
'TLhe tamer yelled to his dogiWt'tl.
Tl'Oi proposed to do ihlli little thing,
anld keeping his eyves oi us, seated iim.
self uniler the trie.
TIahell spoko hIlis augly farier man
'du ta IIid onl thar, stranigaer, till we get
break Fast ; a hen w-e'l eoiei nm1i see you.
1i yo arr n a iuarry, huwever, you can
go Iw)!\V . Mateh l)u, Ti !"
Ve surnised I roulde-prie mauch
for twice had that. bol. man of Iull-dogs
and agriututre ulegantly IwOlhpd
ainoie-nat tourissi for being se- oni his
utti-ba n preaimises. Ilis reputation as
a liac.e. aaauan was not good ; and there I
aros' n ihrgeo heart toward our throat.! I
''iame is the essenco of contracts, and I
the saving ordinanco for those in trou
ble. We had a stout line in outr coat
pocket and a harge hook inteanded for
rock bass, if we failed to take trout.
And, as good lack would have it, we a
had a very atice sandwichl and a piece
of bolel cor beel in (ur other pocket.
We 'alld ahie dog pet aniates, but lhe
wvasa't, oat it ! 'Thlen we traiedl to move
down- whten hie'id move uap !At, lastf:
we traobled oura bass lane, fastened the t
great imitczk to it, baited it with the
coirned beef, t iaed the end (if the line to ae
li mb, and antgledl for (dog ! a
Tlige wats in appetite. Hie smelt ofi
the beef; it was very nico. Ho swal
lowed it, u awl s-at still wuth his eyes en
its for- moare, bat with no friemifly look I
heamaainag froan his counteance. Nott
Wh len we pulled gently on thae line s
-it was fast ! Tim(e yaanked :and pultI.
ed, baat 'twas uno go! T lhe attenationi of
thmea anine was diverted frm us-his
business wsas bemg donte lay antother
We qicnkly . slid downa the tro-. t
comning near blistering oura backs douig C
at--seizedl then basket, andi pole, aid
straiightt went, thenlcaco somea.what ha. -
We fotuntd our st rinag of filsh, andi a
reacheud athe buggy attd a coaatnaandiatg I
NToL ini the road, itt timei to see the star-.
dly yeoman maove forth. r
Wesaw laim aund his cohtorts, mtale a
uad fematale, amove slowly, as if' in not
haste. WV o sawv than look tip the tree.
We~ saw an atnxious group ea~gaged
aboaut die dlog. WVe cane quaickly '
home, and kiatdly left thte bass ino an'd a
hook to the faurmer. b
IIow~ To MAKI AN Or.n~ MP.RINO
N a~w .-Thtere may bo soame amtong our 'j
fair readlers whto will be intterestedl int
kanowintg. that an ol merino dress utny b.
be ade to look as goodl 'ts new by
first ripipinig' to pieces theo skirt, anad
afteorwatrds wash ing each breadtht sepai
ratoly, itn wartai s-iti, being car-eftul to
rinse only in clean wartm watter or
51ud1. (Cold water after warmit wat.'r
will sharinkc any kinad of' woolen goods
Tronu, whtile qunito danap, on te wronug
side. Afterwards fold once dlouble ont
the rightt side,- placintg over it a cleani
ntewspatper (don't use a lladlical sheoet)I
and iron with a very ho~t flat ront, in
thtit waty aking tho -seam fold in allI
niew double folds goods..-Ki~rehange.
A youang.mnan askedi ant old gentle.
ans for hais daughter in marriage. T1hae
aunswer was, 'Go into the orchard and
brinug in ua nttmber of apples. Give meo
oute halftof the whtole tnber, .and thte
tmother one htalf of thto balance and haluf
att apple over, anad to theo daughlter ,one
half of tha'o ar'emainder tAnd 'Inlf tan apple
over, and' havo 6;po2Ilpffifob' yduarself,
Withenistagtlng an -apple, end thop if nl1e
is willihg y,ou can hatveof.J ife solyed
thte qaunt Lio% and huo~ piany 'did hld
bring? - -
Anotheor woman has voted at Man.
chtester. Knuil and,
BJoTT--BISUor-On 'Tuesday, by tho
Rev Thos S lastings, Mr, yAlian boLts to
liss Harriet Bishiop.
We thought. (li0 horses ailments
Fell not. to huniu lots;
The Church Is not exeinpt, it secins
A Bishop's got the Botts.
'-3Azuni-.On( thelst instant, the Rev.
rlhos. D lo01 to bliss Ihartiet Bare.
110 once was deemed a bold man that
In Scotland dared to "bell the oat,"
But. now.a-days o'n Chtrohtan daro
Far greater fear, anl bell the bear!
Vhich imerits most renown ? Pray tell
lie bells the hoar-sho hjearp ihe boll.
N ii.-T in-On Wednesday, Mr. Wil
8'eill to Miss Jano Tier.
A sal event, we rather fear,
She turned to kneel, anl dropped a tear I
Witui(-BUcK-Oti Monday, by Rev.
\Ir. Seals, Henry V Wright to iiss Orila
l'ho parson seals their fato--' is very clear
She s right for once-lie buck has got i I
'on -- -W in--,ast week, Mr. .Johm Col,1,
.o aliss Kaite WebbI.
A giul' ONl A'ool, who nit s Io v just. 'hesilo
iays in our ear, "Look out f'or little spi
fo --yvoj.-.-On tho -lilt uilt.., Dr. Thos.
b.:1111 to .\liss M atllt bi lyon.
ailleni ial aidvfeitet's Iny sond
Ilir Gabritllio horns ;
The el't o' time, the reign of peacO,
'this sitiiplo lotic warns.
For lo! he lion lioth ulown
Together wit-h the lamb;l)
Atid soon, lIeriaps, a little child, I
shall leal theIIi hat by l.
sritn--utv--uh, tihe 9tih iiit., Tho3 s
slt e'. 19. to .liss Sara h I-P; Cu rry .
Satid Brown, W'I'n S)l tectl's '4o Very S111:111,
I el'ar he will he IItirricil."
"Oh, n14)," said Jones, "a wteed's1 a horse,
A it( a irhort ontIe is soon curried. '
Tt;I1N-TUoNs---0On 1l1e 1-11*., Mir. Jos,
p'irit to .\liss Mlary ''urii.
"1.4's ho)e iliy we 1ootl children noth,
Ain honre I well their loving 10oher,
Wo cn't Coiili ink Sueh (.een,
'or 'onie goo..A tinil 'Ierves anot hier.'"
'10i:-- Mlon-:--On the 1st, Mr. Wil.
inii Moote to iss Maria Moore.
The la:i1tpi ness Ihey will env y
Is great beyond degrio
11ut when they have a liie "tn'oore,"
0, won't. it greater he ?
t.inMs ---Wiit.r .urs --On Ihe 29th tit.,
\Ir. Williaml Williarms, h) Miss I,iz.ie Wil
iamis, bothI of Williarmstown.
"For furl her liarti iulars see small bills."
(Chairge al theabove to Mosiz Aiddim7z
al setail hill o Kat'ce Virginian, Orange C.
WoRTt~i H IR i tonoiiiinntu.-'The LAoui~s
,ille Jornad .says the followving re
eWipts are infallible:
TVo retmove fre'ck le"s, eut; them out. I
xvith a ratzor and throw them away,
l'iey will never return.
To produce t I'' complu1lexioni, go
00 seU inl a Crazy old boat, 1aid the
irst gale you get into, your face will
To get rid of red hair, hold your
lead for a few min utes in ta strong
latze of' g:s. %
To preserve y or' eyes, put them in
t bottle filled with alcohol.
To avoid corpulence, (filit eatfilg.
To conceCal bad teeth, keep your
noutth shut. -
.lTo keep oit of debt, ti1uire the
''Iutaltioni ot a ratscal, and no oneo will
'i'o betcomet at c-omtpetocut book-keep
r', borr'ow all the books yotu Cant andi
ever return themi.
l'o "raise the~ stam~tps," say a funiny q
hing oin the st age.
hTo keep) your dtfor-s fromt being
roken openi by burglatrs, don't close
T1o keep out of a light, stay by your
Tlo gain time, steal a watch.
TJo kceep fromt stutterintg, dlon't, t.tlk.
A waggisht journlist, whio is toften~ g
tyover is personal pilalumiss, iells
his Itory of himn-sef. "'I went, to a
hemist thet othier (lay for a doso of mor
htine for a sick friendl. TVho assistant
hje't el to give it to mo wvi thout, apr.
aription, ev idemt;l' ferin g that I intend
di snicido. 'P'shawv 1' said I, 'do I look
ka moan who would kill l.u nit ?'
hizi :ig steadily at me ai momen?, heo
'plied, '1 don't know. It seemsit to me.1'
'l1 looked like you, I should be greatly C
amledIc to kill myself.'
'"Is Miss linmkins at hlomlO?" asked C
r.Snesof the Irish girl, who ant,
weoredi his ring att theo (loor. "'Yes, I
lave she is sir," "is shio engagred ?"- ~
An' is it. omngnged you say ? 1"aix an'
cani'L, tell you, sir', butt she kissed Mr.
'inicent last. eveing as if' sihe had never
ccin the like uv him,, and its er.gaged. I
lave they are, sir."
A colotnel of v'ounmteers r'epeatedly in.
istetdt aecondiitioni of lis ofl'er of sor
'ice: "Mind ware niC'ot, to go ont ol
he coutiry, Mr. P'itt ! wvo are not, to gro
uti of Ihe conmry." "Except, I sup
ose," Raid the Minister ctoldly, "mi caso
( actunal in vasion.''
"I say Clemi,'' cried two dispurting
larkios, appealing for decision to a sabtie
mpire, "whlichl word is right---diza'ty
r dlezactly ?" The sable1 umpire re.
lected ai moment, and then withI a look
if wisdom, said, "I can't toll por-zact
An Iriahman, on heoaring of a friend
avmg a stono collin, exclaimed--"Be.
lad, that's a good idee. Sihure a st one
toffin will last a man a lifetime."
A child was born blind in.Peensylva
uia a few day* -ago, Its eyelids wvere
mit openi by a doctor, and now the child
ees perfectly. .
No Wvonder thtat Weston is a good
walker. It turns out that lie used to be
~ollector for a nesp me.
Do all ur lady readers know thc
>rigin of t word "liyion" I If not
io it is.
"ilymen was a youhg man of Ath.
ne, obscurely born but oxtremely
iandsonic. Falling in love with p
dy of rank, ho disguised himself in
'omalo attire, the better to carry on
us aiour ; and, as ho was oue day or
ie icashoro eclebrating the Eleusi.
iian rites with his mistress and fe
ttle companions, a gang of pirate
1am1o upon them by surprise, and car
iod them offto a distant Island, wherc
he pirates got drunk for joy and fel
isleep. hiymen then armed the vir
'ins and dispatehod tho sleeping pi
ates, when leaving the two wonmen
ipon the island, he sped to Athes
old his adventure, and demanded hi.
cloved in marriaigo as her ransom
[fis request wasgranted ; and so for.
unate was tie ilnarriage. that the
iame of Ilymeni was ever invoked ot
i future iupt ials ; and in progres.
)f tine the Greeks enrolled him
uninoug their gods.
Pr-:nsox-u. iIUxNUm.-.Blessd in.
lene of on 1 iuie lovi' g soul oin an
tlhir 'Not caletilable by algeblra nol
ledlieible b1y lo-.ic, but inysterious
lecitual, unighty n. thidden p'rocess b3
hich titt tilly seed is quicked, Ltirist
orth into tall stem and broad leaf, ant1
1->iniig iasselled~t flower. ideas art
fto poor ghosts ; onr fi!lnd eve,
anniot discern them ! they pass alluvarl
Is inl thinu vapor, and cannot make them
elves felt. But sometimes they arc
naide flesh ; they brentiho upon ns with
vann breath ; they touch us with sofr
esponsive Imids ; they look at us with
ol, incero eyes, and t us in appeal
ng Ltone5, 1 hey aIe clothled in a liviny.
iunuiani 8011, wi lli all its confli ts, i t
itiand its love. Ileni their presellc
p ., thoi Iley shake ns like a pa
;ion, anI we are drawn after them witi
1011le Compilsion, as flame is drawn te
EI.-suln IFr.-"Do yon beliere ii
lhe ai peairanice ot Spirits, fatlier ?
ishedl a rather fast young inan of hi
"No, TPom, but I believe. in theji
i appeaace, Silnce I missed my
ottlu of, Bourbon L'st niight,"' replied
he old gentleman.
I risli niewspapers have Ieen prose
miiied for ntil veri1tismlent cosiistiig
imply of three numbers, witho t n tt
)r cin mnct-thcese Were " '98, '41
lfow is TnIis ?-A Radical papci
Ss C i. lButler was insulted by Col
Arhite in sind inl his halleng hro
he hands of a nierIo
The Hartford (ourant (rad'eal)
vants Congress to (o "moro for econo.
1y and less about Andrew Johnson."
L ow to t ake census of children of r
ieigibor1 )heood - Ilmiiuploy all organ.
;rinder for five minumtes.
Jefferson Davis has been nominated
'or the presid encey of the Texas Pacific
[Railroad. lie is now in Mississippi.
"Mike, if you meet Patrick, tell himi
re aro waiLtmg for him." But what
hall I tell him if I don't mate him ?"
W by is a field of grass like a person
ier than youirsel? Because it is past
;WIPPES OF COTTON, &c,,
W1NNSBORO to BALTIMORE,
Ia CHARLESTON, S. C.
TIlE SPLENDUD SCEEW STEAMlEIPS,
'ALcJON, . . EL 0, REED, Commander,
EA GULL, . N. P. DUTTON,00ommander,
If largo carrying capacity, making average
ips of 55 to 60) hours, leave Charleston
nco a week for B~altimore, and offer
uperior facilities for through freIghta to
nd( from that port.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
SMpping andE (omlmissionl
MT#ercants, Union WhkarVes,
Ch4argoeton, S. C.
[0RDECAI & C0,, Agents,
[)ERUVIAN QOUANO, diret from Agenits
L i arket rates.
Soluble Pacific (Guano, S'76 cash, $80, 1st
lovemuber, ith I seven per cent interest,
proved1 city aiccepta nce.
]3anght 's Posphiate of Limo1, $60 cash,
65 lst. Novembier, with seveni por cent, in
irest, approved( city v acptasne.
PhIenuix (Iuano, *55 cash, $65 1st No..
embeir, wvith seven por' cept., intlerest, atp
rovedl city alcceptanoev.
Flour of 13 me, uniadultorated and un.
1rrnor's Plastor or (Gypsumn, warranted
In offer'ing tile abovo manures to plant ors,
do so with every confidence, rioL only hav.
iig tostlmo'nials from planters who .have
sod them (lie past year, but thie further
uarantee that every cargo, as it arrives, ms
nalyzed by Professor Shecpard, of the
Outh lCarolin a Medilcal College, and the
igh roputation of theso anures fully hopt
p- J. N. ROIISON,
and 2 A tlantIo Wiharf, Charleston, 8.'C.
Corner Queen and Mceting ,Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C
T IIIS POPULA1h AND WELL'jf
KNOWN IIOUSEis now fully open
for tho recsption of visitors, having been
refurnished with New and ',-gant Furni
ture througheit; and olfers to the traveller
accomnodatious and conveniences as a First
Class Hotel, not to bo equalled by any North
or South. The pitrounge of tho public is
Rates of Board per day, $1 0)
' " 10. per onlh as may
agroed on. JOSEPh PU *E , L,
feb 2h'60-t 1' lProprietor.
Soltih Carolina Itailroad Co p'y.
OmIe: (I:NInAL, 8mtu'iritN mN I N,
December 6, 1867.
"'Nad after this instaint, tile following
TARIFF will be observed
Cotton per balo, to New York, $1.50
" laltimaore, 3.75
11. Tr. I C1A KI-,"
deo 10 General Superint eldlelt.
lIEDUC'T.ON OF RATES.
CILALtOTTE ANDS. C. I. It. COMPANY,
O t:N'i Fi: w AND Ticctor A mrr's Orri-lc:,
Coluiubia, 8. C., Decesiber 7, 18(.7
ON and after THIIS DAY. COTToN will 1be
forwarded via ilho "lilamd Air Line
Freight Itout e," is follows :
To altimlore, '13.75 per bale O'r -100 lb.
To New Y. $1.50 per bale of' 100 lb.
hb.lnemiber I ! laiino Iusurance is mu11ch
lowerer th is ouie than 1 by computing
linies. 1.1. It. Uti -lts y,
General Freight and Trans'n Agent.
CHANGE OF SGCHEDUA.
Ullarl-ofte ald S. (". itailrolld Co.
u PE'l1'NT!N N'" Ol'ICL
1'0L U) I A., S. C., Oct. 5, 18(7.
N and afct Snilday. Gthi instant, t1ho
Trail o thit tload will run as f1l
Leave Columbia I .10 P. M.
.\rrive at Charlotte, 9.10 1. l.
Leive Charlot te, I..1 A. I[.
Arrive 1.t Colusina '.). i) A. M1.
'Making elte t.fnaeclions for all poiit4,
North Imt' Sow h.
Passengers taking ibis route, goibig
North, haiv'chice of route trom treens
boro, WAebton ori 1'ort smfouthIi.
STicket( golod filo either routeo.
i" Iliggige checked through.
Foir Tiioiuigh Tickets to Richmsond, Washu -
ingtonl, lValtinlre, Illlitilpl1hil Jaud 'New
ark alply at tihe Tik iet Ollice, foot of
C'. lt0ll4l10 lit TI,
0 SOU'I'It ('A It0INA 11A.1 1ROA1).
, r .nAr. Sur''rs S ris
0 Ca.~itJ ~saox, 8. C., Oct. 3.
0N;nd after October ithe tIih, 1817. tho
Pasen0ger Tritills oil thle Southi t Caroli.
n liailroad will runl , as follows, Viz :
Leave Charleston, 4.;10 a us
A rrise hfl'ingsville, 11.15 a am
leave Kingsville, 10 a it
.\rrive at. ohibil, 1 1) P u
I-aeColumbin, 11)00 atm
Arrive at Kinigsville, 11.35 a m
Leave K ingsville, 12.06 y tit
Arrive at Chlrleston, 7.06 p. n.
ea.ve ('1u-l st on for A uigs I)a, 10.40 a m
.\rin-u t A .lgust a 7.10 p im
Leave A ugusta, :3.10 a In
Arrive at Charleston, 12.2) p m
The Pitsenger 'rains on lihe Canslen
liraich will connect. wit It h,1e Up lld )ownj
Coluibia Trainiks, and Wilmingston aiid Nil...
chiester lIIailr'oatd Trinls, onl Mondays, *
llednies-layis aind Slituirdays.
Night. Exliess, F'reigh. and Passenger'
Accomm iodaitiont Trini will rsun as followsi,
Levave (Chatleston tfor Columnbia, 5.40 p
Arrive at Coliumsbia, 6.00 it is
Leave Cohunbia, 3.00 p mi
.\rnve at Charleston, :3.20 a m
Leave Charilest on for' Augusta, 7.30 p ~
Aeirte a$ Aulgusta, 41.50 a
Leave A ugust a, ,1.11) P li
Arrive at Chlesctol, -t.0) a~ in
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