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TilE WHITE MEN MUST RULE,
n)i JAM 1:8 MA1;it cR TH OM'11iiON.
The Whits iuist rule tho land or die
The purpose siir in hearts of i'teel
IVith burniig check and tlshning eyc,
Wu wait what waiting Intay rvetal.
Ui3it, comlie wind iktny, the vlites inust hol.!
Winit w hile 1en's altrioLt valor biought
01ir grantidire.S' a ies, not yet coill,
liallo w e lik soil for which they l'ought.
Mhill low-horn setin annd quot-l:aa slaves
(Iivo laws to liose wlo (nvi tlie soil ?
No! by our granlleires' loo ty grave-,
No !by or honIeel l'ihtlih tyj Wil
()lut rightls Ito vrootil ill our- laind.,
)lr La is written in the sky
Fain flin iq lite fiat from het hanid'
Thu While shall rulolio land or die.
There is a stony onergy
bookeit in the honest whie man's will
There is a passion like fli soa,
Thalt clamps the shores of freedom istill
Though haneled C osack dare the day,
And Soulless vniinpyre:i ill Mhe nights,
The disltnt olninlous thunt11lrs Psay
None save thieinsclvcs hall Itule the
Hlold fast, lrave hcarts, lie day is nigh
When howling conalavea daro not neet
When aill these anotigrel tielids Ihall fly
To Ponte 1a1(reeeo-tuh -erteat
Blow Fate's decree froin sea , sea.
lProin sky to sky, fron realm to realm
Our Ship of' -'tntc eternally
3hall have a White Man at her helm
A NEWSPAFLR DUN.
Tho folloving hiuiairous pont ical plc:al
to debtors has been giing the roundi f Ilie
l'ress, an is so approp,> 1) zlie present
t 1111ion1 hat, we (,i t it a p mivue. The stylo
as I.onigt'clew's "I.ia-tulair."
Shouild you1 Isk us why Ilis dutining,
Why theso aiul ciniilaitts it riuraurs,
'1lurmaa ur; loud aboutt deliipienti I
Who have reat lie iiper daily,
lReal MintI they livo Ilever l'tId tor,
IBead wlth idejtsiiiontal with prulit,
Rtead of Sti o all'airs ail paonpedts,
.-tad of news bot'in ho1in1 :anl f ireign,
R(ead tho essays atl hlie iipoeiliA,
iull of wisilom anl ini.sttction
Ienid Ie table ' t lie IIuirkot4,
Carefully curirelet weektly
Sitoul :You sil, u i why I his duntnag,
We shoul-l Itswlielr, w1v shohiilll . you,
From ihe Irililer. lionl lit: e aniler,
From lite 1-houoirin, paper-ii1iker,
!run tlie laniill')r'd, fr om1 tie carrier,
Fn'wn Ile mt woli t:'X si leller:,
With a1 Siinmp troml Uncle 'Nunnelll - .
* U.icle Sai" ihlie rolvdie:' call binii ;
Froml theivl all Ihr cenait a t.e:.le,
N tiesage hi- itt y u trely. :1n
"I'loas40 to limy out %Vh1.1 Ym11 ow( s.
ild it i4 Ii htea such iuce:mge,
Wlielt .t11' liiil;i ale all esbatiuiel,
Whln Ihe la.St bank nole h ltl iti,
When iho gr chilaeak have a!l vanishiel
lonet (to piay fihe ilpa l. mlaker,
Gone to pay lie toiling printer,
lonile to ly the telegraphelr
" it I,) pay lie lilile carrier,
lih'nO to p:ty the flithFul inailer,
imo to p:y Uncle Sauiel --
"Uncle Sai" the roydios Call htim
S tone I imy the correspoitet,
Two an14l tit'ly thousadi tollars!
Sad it ia to t(urni ou' ledger.
'Turn dwh leua es of, this (All ledlger.
'Turn 1111.1 see win12 skums are ilite 1,
Dute li' v-loii ie's loingsinice Coiled.
Daio for year ol'pleasalit readling,
1Duo ol'year's of Ioilxomto labour,
I!Me doslite0 our constanl dunning,
['tIe iii io1nis ol' Iele and I tonty.
% iui-l you lifi a li'len fro 0 1
Voil.1 you h-lii dive a petre l'ruioi you ?
Woul.I youl IwAl e a lek-a!ianeL t miutmner ?
Wouiel you 11tovte 'I ' 'ot ' 1ntw idnlo?
Woltyou reVall :1 papler p-i41 kl'o?
ste ii inoney-iijnv wenu motey r-d - t
a i illiSolne . sc ilusin ne ;
ii ;thei ttti-yii hata ouwe us !
ti, l'' rei liie hut.1ros lenov ra t
Th, e aNew Yot n.T lut . alarmedh lit
(lnd l0110 fS the dowe atrit au-id hv ies
trltd tirs urd pwer, tua o the ido
oitr il frit' edomt Sto "form w t~iIhe t'lis
.tz flo t 'l the um e I t and nmmuif
boxt andu see' tht h tanube wel inl Hn,
I udl~: ' let t wtchord'. WeaIt--an /n/
li('nlin sst !ot ll,(iiw la hv
:mtd ntonael in it, w ie ar edy !ie ttI
you1 h want twar yo ci hav li t Ifyou
teek pi.0 ore of th oul ietalrito rother
yoele atoreda ath dropy tof te
Gi o knows1 we S ntnih oseti
ifyou ar tliifid w ithit hg vert
Yn aghit yhunt the h ot, ) -lil'
ii tilii 10, let i coiweare tready!-t
niloe. Wh th piedraoiof Slv tan ne
count toh seith-, andi ae ready whiento
You 1led eec N ort 'wit, hatefort
u hepe tato eid ucapt altarty t over
ndi commotn rpravs.e llt oa 'iti
o ohetis ofthe nai-al Ila --tord
Youi souh~t t r~om divied firs to der1y
thl~ion, x to ill thosti-t'dbyntution-the
dolihnessi havet well n1 igh asucced
You Pepedh elect atfoo'irst, a11 clown
aiit, a tyiran an tlspoi at, acustly
sban eusurpr ater allgto be ai.tv pladie
Itol~ of v 'miai e Yourptyi haigntored
the consitutinlati, iddthte flloier
hrom tarion aed 111lbayots of' lte
lawbehe. protelIi' tte the rih'it~ tile
a epns of~n ht poore trdeed laortmen
anid brothewrsinY ourt demnablo crusad
tnauele toWOF;end o wciarod dpoti .
d runkn otor at Yhe have thoarmy~...
hnave tfed wvitha to bberets te peo.
p'e, wrete frmSae hergt tl
protected, dishonest, cowardly, specuala.
Img oi ster, buit. yeonl 8111 not-by th e
Nternal you shall no t long eitjoy tie
Your voice is not so strolig as one I
You bayonets aro not so sharp as
Your little heils are not so clear now
as I he I
Your ieigl of terror id not, sv general
as once !
YoUr L party . nlot 22 o ;ilrolg as once
Your head despot rots in his grav) or
roashs in is 11 m- as yoneanti-l'eg soiivel
hors decid(, alI there isi not so much
le:vitV in national halls s once !
A 2Cd fr all thlse merccie:s G)1d bo
1alk not, of wr-nor of' plotection to
Congress. No more will your unejuit,
draft tear people froum tiei r homes.. No
mo20r1 Viil Your minions oftyranny meaa
fortuneis speculing i tite blood of
brave ineh ! You mav call for yr!,ur
millions, but ticy will iot comlo at your
chgFor you1 and11 yourt accurised party
have lied, cliated, out iragedl, 122nalrecred,
usurped and destroyed till the people
know I he(- terribleness of your love, the
devi!1shiess of your professed benevo.
Tho great West is no more with
For years you have controllel legis
ation to iijure u5, and now, if you ivii
a war, it, wilI bo a short one. but lori
ble. The West and the South will jin
handl against a c011111on eiemy-w ill
es ah!iih a W /, rn Wwl/, and, a 11
mn22( of Ilw \V(. W o(,.(, Iarched t4) tle
Sea, Will a n marh to the lusil, tllo
1i n not till Nev Ell,!,!anld i bit aill
ClOvered~ hlill, andl villagos, J#Qm '.;A be
liorin of pow(er, the n(iontl tt )w he
forever repldialed, a new nation lbe born
of the new revolhilo, :1111 110 CldiC
you lave b1d to the lips of others he
fored down 3 our meddling;, puritanialtI
.l)-w2t wanit, a war, yott call hve
A Pieco of Dumooratic 3 ratugy au to Im
Two new.% arvt ieles were adopted bv I he
I louseW on Te.;lay. Whe thm'a L na
.rI:.( i poll If he (lor, ;0i0 active
ei1v0a int:2m11ly took place to h-.
feaet the BhItler iarticle. 'Two of thie
nuu I Ie dtI. turioud m , loved among1
qI I I t m r.; to r e I op'pb i I2on1 to I ie
u1ie I m11Iilm. The l)1noenc2its who
hail bt'eni iliviulcil vtesteol:ev 1:(1(2 tht
policy of votig for ltle2': art icle, I
rder., a: ilw-y ;hl to lo..l the ililp. t:h
iti-iit w% hab11i11~ and melrn!aso the
omen1011 lli.ioll l ( [t; e:It ?ion, Ii
after~n2oon del-te ind tIo vote w ith ihl2- d
ler, anil eof theml di Iso, therIby
Acc1nI2n the! 01 adoptioI (if the article.
Ju t beor th 1. vote wai tak enI, the
ieee e(f the Dweeenets he 01e.n knowta
toe :1 ll tin ieh I %epu~blicals, whoI) ho
ea'lne alarml ed 1l.A h-ro llight be '-0m111
del. sehienr- hllth-il under the avuw. I
pliI l.w, a:'i I loe:ti U o, ill th .-pjien of
ANme, Ti e !111er aticle wuiih gi4 im. 2
men ie t- w!e lo discussion, and nece..
saerily itnvedl hIe' ex(ain1:;ion ofa great
t111mbe0'r of w itmu.ste's. 8,116h a re l h
w~mbel, lse e (xtnt1, dhef~ille e phan of
lhe le:iuler.' ill I he impl~ledlemwnt2 pr.-y
which.lt, to he I loeted acconing1 t he
esignl, must he coniummated, :and Nr.
Johnon m0ust. be remI2ovedl during the
l'he miopeltieon of the lutler artcle h
the-for, has2 dlisturbed'( Ibo previous2'
haraneleny amlI compact~er co-opllera rionl of2
ie I ~ubhoui~li int ie' lltOw s eeIl the II
jmpne enet reethm)1,ansd hi-, for t
thle tiral ime( 122 smee i t aguratio, g iv.. '
cit (2ar2ial :'atisli2etion2 to the opeponlents
leromo memberst'2 of 1120 Sen2at it (i
Ilearned that1 th(at b).sdy\ h asno leterm~inj2
eel (o take nol hirther netio upon1 n2om2heti- 2
(2:t t11 i' 22unt (i I o r imlle,.cieh ent. : is d .
esed~e by t he Snte, brit no2 decislen
Thel resi lnt lh i leport ed il l .r
abieel t lirty' e:Se s o OIuspenikon2 f (lfli.
etrS mah-er the0 (ten(ro of 111lice Ia w. Only r
IW wolo thlese caises ha~ been ac(11d Iup.(
liaily by the Senate---viz: the' Isatohn
-;2je's:O2o anid thle case of a1 post mas1 ter2
Thl Pre0sident to) 1ay edirectedl Gen.
Uiran(t to orer Gen. 8ickes 2': jo(itn ii
A rTilAln.u SIonI-u..-Therl' la a
'tat (21inI Newi Ilavent a vet erani toper s
whoe is frequiently subjectedl to mildt at.. (
tack~s oP numiet~-eI /e /11. On t boe o'ea- f:
etons heis eldest thiolgh ter is thle only a
aersonl who (can 2:1(: mnge hiimi. \Vking
IIp 0on( afternioon a fter an1 1 atack, his y
brloal, parched anid dry, hei~ ca(lled loudly g
or the dauhlter to br2ing h222im drin2k(
(21 one aswe'ring1, ho botieed out oIf i
,ed in a rag' 5 cron lt1 th baliters, -1h
creameliitd for inda21(, andle in2 turn for each ti
21mber h1tof 12 I manerous2121 feanilyv.. No Ii
m11 came11.. Con.2sign(ing t he enltir hoe l
10141 to a reon of duetbtfuil bl i lhe e
mished bael,:( to the -rOOm), an rd semin/A vg
die lirst piece oh fiirnituro thlat 22ut hi s
wye-a smalli1 bureain-shioved it before t
21im2to the head of dihe strs, an d .sent it. f<
hliurlinig, end over end, te) the hall- be-h
o v. The~2 crash was loud enongh to a
Jrmg the( datughteir lrom~ thlo kitchen01, fi
allowved by 11Il 1 g alhed fan2n2iv. Th'1e h
neLbrialted head thlereot fls seat ed at 0
ho topl of- tlho stairrt elbows on2 kniees, s
.,hjin resiting ini hiand'.
"O, faither~ I what.22's12 lthemt 1t.2 ?" asked 2r
ich frighteniid da ughteIr.
"Maif itemr !" said the obll maT n. "' W hty, e
bier'o 1 hav1 e lbeen ai cal lin' and( calsin' for
yerigh on 1 (( to) halfC an hotir, anid niow
I'vo tekymp-hed for veor-thfat's all.
13rinlg 1me a drinlk I"''i
Weo pro poso- asitable mottb for g
Beast liutle r-the last line original:
'"O, ye gords and little fishes"
Silver spoon2s and! ohina dishes.
The~ "erh~ igial" w',ill he "sL0.toeu if j
lubIc tel ue ~ 0..1 s0I.
"8rRh iG riELo, ILL.,, Feb, 22, 1868,
" b thle Pri(ent :
"For the sako of liberty and the
?nstitutkn take and hold the Way
"JohN A MCCLERNAND."
This is (kncral 1cClernand, lato
>f the Federal subjugating army.
1ow A iEMOCnATIC SENATOR WAS RE
CEIVED BY THE SENATE.
On Friday, while a bill was under
Iscu;ioi, tie ncw IContuoky senator,
(ir. 3lcCrcery, who had just arrived in
II,, (ity, Came into the Chamiber, when
fIr. Gararet I i . .ked that he be
Vorn in. This very "n ura requ.et
Comed to take the Radidas by great
Iri::e, and nimuediately whispered
onsultlt ions were bhl,) and suispi
ns looks direcied at nAr. McCreery,
blavil-looki', bald-lheaded gentle
n1an1 of large proiportions. Mr. IHowe,
vho' occupied t he ebair,-scnt for I'res4
[ont. Wade, and that geitleian cm-tia.e
mstily in iId took his seat, but hesi
ated somewhat before noticing the
notiii of Mir. Davis. Mr. Sumner
ml ed out to Mr. IIowatud, who s-its a
'w feet from him , "Oppose him,
[oward" ; but that gentleman shook
i -s head dubiously; and then .-Mr.
uinner called over to Mr. Drake with
he ame reque.t le had addressed to
lie Michigan ,zenator.
During all thiis time Mr. Datis had
It. been reogni/. by the .hair: but
inally asCert ainiiig that no plausible
dea could b1e raised against the ad
ai.,ion of Mr. Mlktjreery. Mr. Sumnner
ave it up in despair, aind 31r. Wade
alteiedout: "'The senator will come
orwari and tak the oath .
M1ur. Ilavi; tI..m k orted Mr. Me
reery to the Pe. ; and the oath to
uipport tie Conistitution was adminis
ered it) hiim by 31r. Wade, and tihe
Vonl-(lad or te ist oath by the prilcipal
lerk. A khoii of Aup; -sed reeigi,
IC'vaded both xides.1 the clamie
r11ing Othi , ; and it was n1't until
dr. .\lC-reery hall 111b:cribed his
:ine to the t. wah that all breath
d freer. Ie s.:lict-d the seat foii
ryoceuime by M1r. Nesmith, K
)regon, and was eingaged for sono
Ainutes in being introduced to the
nators. After lie hal taken his
at a .emiocratie senator reani'rked.
hat it, woulid be wie for MiaryIanid, in
he present oisio,.r fiollow tile Oxm.i.
le of Kctuicky, :0i 'end a nani
er wIIo had iever held aii oice,alid
ever made a .spe-ch.
ILiEssiNos oi.1 AMIiLITARiy ovuIIx
:w.-The I: ai1on r'sech of 'ester
y p1hlihes the following card -
TO ii PioiE o i. \R MAioN ISTRICT.
P1 am the vilfe f Eldward C. Collins,
ad daulgter ol ('oh. levi Legotto ;. I
are seven1 siimahi etilriten and 1,he eldest
iukly ; imy lbailn:i iid wa. il-y only ncanls
support ; he was ar-t l by imilitary
it hrity v n ie I 8i i-of .-\.ng it hnt,
Ili I inloliw inpristonoi' i.1 ('asth. Pi inek
Cy, Charleston harbWur. When in the
iarin J11 I lit (i ri.. refusod to lei lis
imS see hilm li had bOught h-all
ant's -'.rry, an-i was mai-ng suppoi
>r Is ihmilY. 'n1:1- Ow . - ha h
irry w:uabi ned, and _ilve an on.-r
> Clavt lon lBailev to take the fe:rry,
:hiI hi sthill lias in possession. I have
o unile, horse, ior (ox, or means toe buv.
I e fatheri Iis ini t seviliiy-second yei*r
i his age; my lei bier.in-brwv six or seven
c-i is olelr, andu thbrea tened with apo
Icexy. Aily fat her hias been: sick more
ni~ a ayear ; my fd Iher and father.ini-lawv
rec very- poor and enn hiarly suppor-t
a-ir Ihmi lies. My lithier has reduced
inwelf to wanit by assistiing my family.
Iy ft her h-id t weni.y negroes- and- my
ulhler-in-lawv sevent y. M y friends ar'o
1-dutceud to p~overty'- those whlo would
pare una le. Iiim now in suffeoring
" "u'a ntees mysii andcildreni are
imot withouit clothies ---and if my hus1
:m it ot rb.aic:i,. from prison, or I
'emve as sistanice from intends, we must
thbly starveo. I ama ashamed to
iuke this alpeal, but iniy chitdren are
-arnt-broiken aui ~ tvin..
Tl:nia~i: Dri-.-ir op A BuiAvE So.
tt:n. -The Ite.legap gav e us a birief
trt of amn inucendiar ivfire in Tallahias
,oni Frblay lat, by wvhiich the storo of
* -sr-s ki-iksy & J1~iohso, witha somei
0.000t worth of(I goods, were (lest royed
Iso mentioned lient a young Federal
Mie-r, named Chais. \V . Pay t t. a native
F New Urmiiswick N. Jf., covered biy a
uling wa'~ll, wvas burnied to deathi. Iniits
econni;t O( the fire, tho F/Vorian.~& says,
y the unexpected Fail of the wall,
eoing Paytt, wth~o w ith ethers was en
aged in endeavoring to avo property,
as bonaied beeaath a pile of rubis.
rompt. efforts wero- made to extricato
ni, as wvell by ofdeers andl- soldiers of
ec regiment, as cit izen~s ;. hbut, the llthmes
-ere too hot, ande the poor. follow,. amid
ic distress of'the spectators and his owvn
ies for help and( groauis of stiffaring,
ast literally hnrned to dentl 4 ding a
artyr to hii zeah ini the o Iort to save
ie property of strangers. When it wvas
mund that it was impossible to rescue
in, a suggestion was imade tht. he.
10on1l ho instantly killed by a blow
Om an axo in the hannds of a comrade..
ut lhe begged them not to (do-mt. Hlope
i ultimate saiery, even-i in huis desperate
rail, dhid not deise'rt him. iis remcuains
'cr roi Jieuedtt on h'rid ay, ad atlwere bu
ed in the afteirnooni of tumt day, beinag
>llowedl to the grav e by a- hiarge con
:mree of 3itizenst ~and soIliers.
T HlIE JollNsoN lIECRlUiTs.----The
movement, to-raise a forc~o ini this elty
1 behalf of Prosident Johinson seems
havo comno to an inglorious end.
estordlay thme headquarters at No.
08 Biroadway wore-ol-oed t9 the pub-.
C, and thore was no one-en the prew
uses who could explain the ciroum
bancoes. Thle impression generally
rovaisthiat thme entiro sohbemo has
r-ovod1 a complote faIlure.--Net
[From the Southern Cultivator.}
Work for the Month.
WO would again urge onr readers
not to plant much cotton. Let no one
be decoived by the removal of the tax,
and rise in prico. Labor may be nnch
cheapor this year than it was in 1867,
but thero is certainly no prospect of its
being moro reliable-besides, a moro
favorable season than thu last cannot be
reasonably anticipated. Until recontly.
we had strong hopes that a small crop of
cotton would be planted this year,. but
we find that many are prepariig for it
oi a largo Seale. They assitume lthat
lit tle cotton will ho j. lanted by otir.
thuat prices, Ohorefore, will rle high, and
if- they raise lhraep crops, their forttros
are secured. Wo voy nuch fM this
speciois fillacy will make the 'ear
1868 as disastrous to the South : its
predecessor. "All' mein think all imn
mortal but theiselves." Our ad 0 is,.
plant litile cott.on. [If tho 3 are
therehy.reduced, (which ' ery doulbi
ful,) the losses a-nd' ri re also, i in.
ishud. PThe future Imeertainl for
bold and daring eni otlt, leav
ens too threatenin, ittlo houts to
venture far from Ili iore. Food we
must havo. Plant iorrfore,. atin Ain
dance of grain. to. corn crop now
demands y I tention ; remenbcr that
deep and iorough plowing and .liberal
nanurii are necessary for it. All
know th value of cotton sod for this
crop; ap ly then hborally. T? your
cort is Iled, scatter the cotton seed in
Ito , instead of putting it in Ite
hi . You need have no fears about
o roots finding it anld instead of bem ig
torged at the beginniiig, and siarved at
the last, the plant will have a uniform
supply of food up to the time of maturi.
tv. Again, if it be dry, the ertirng
substances will enter the pln in less
concentrated. form, and the daLgor of
or "'firing" decidedly lesseii
'heIt spring promiaes to be lat.e ; he
inot overiasty to put the corni itt the
grVund Early planted corn will make
a lrger yieid, other things beinig eqnal,
hut the danger is, ifyou you plin, too
soon, the "statind" will be poor, aind
while von are waitinr on it, time pass
es, and whon you rephit,. it will be too
1ate. W th the : lication of the
formits. i mo trees, like som(o ,
are over Iotisty, anld responid wilh leaf
flower to'the first warm breath of spring
-plmtis, peaches, &c., &c., fur instanico.
I feed them inot, but whlen the poplar
shows a leaf "as largo as a squtirrels
ear," lten you may venture safely.
Prepare also for a largo sweet potato
crop. IBed out" with no spariig haid;
let the first drawing of "slips," he
onough to plant the whole crop.
Tux KITCHEN GAnIN.-Platit Irish
Potatoes, Peas, Beets, Salsil'y, Phrsnips
and Carrots at once. With us the
Ivly (Toodrich hins- proved itself besi,
wheni quality. productiveness and earli
tess are all considered. The "'Monitor,"
in our experieience, is a little earlier,. but
it is a. on rer varibty. PEr ilis crop,
let the ground bo well broken up antl
Jiul veri.ed thoroiglly. If nlt 1u
ciently rich already,, manure in- dill
with ashes, somo cotton seed, say at tte
rate of 10 or 15 bushels per aci, awitil
scrapings from woodpilo. The fittest
and largect crop of potatoes we have
ever raised, wvere madle b~y filling trench
after planting the '"sets,'" with chtip
manure, in place of-dirt thrown out of
it. Mutlchinig benefits tliis crop verv
but be cam eful not to pitt on straw or
loaves until after the frost has ceased.
Potatoes that htavo come up throngh
strawv or leaves, will be killed often
times wvhen those not mulohted escape.
In plar.ting Peas, give good distane
betwveeni the rows, but bo suire to sow
thickly ini the drill, if' you desire- a
large yield. Some of the dlwat'P varie
ties, as Torn Thumb, Bishop's D~warf.
&e., are recommended, because thtey
will grow wvith out stakes. Wo~ htave
foud thbat, they growv much better if
staked, but, tho present this advantage,
vi.: t.hat not shading the groundi much,
aniothter crop can be started very early
btwent t he rows of the pea.
All the roots crops reepttire rich and
wvell prepared groitnd 1t is usekss to
plaitt themn on any other. Last year the
Orango Beet suceceded Cutely'with uas
ats a ciop for cattlo. its btulb grows
mtainily above ground, like tutrnips.
Towards tho latter part of the mtoth
some Beants, Squashtos, Cucumbehrs,
Okta,. &c , may be0 planted, but the
main' crops of those should not bo start
ed until A pril. Continuo t~o sow cab
bago seed for sutn-.mor crops. Defer
sowing wvintor varieties till the latter
part of' A pril or lst oPluay. In Octo
ber last, we sowed sotme of- the early
varieties-on a borderbr,and'as the weath
or grew cold, p~ut some old window
sashes over them, leaving tho endls
cntitrely open, and althoght thte ther
momtotor has boon. as low as 14 deg .
many of the plants sutrvived;~ and- are
nbw ready ,to De transplated. Hadl
the seed' been sown a little earlier,. otr a
little more care exercised in prtotectinig
thetm, we hould htavo had at presetnt, ant
elegant lot of' cabbage plants.
To Wa4si WuInT ILae:.--Thie fol.
lowing recipe for washing wvhite lnco is
generally found more sticcessfitl thait
any other : Cover a glass bot tle with
w'iit hitt in, thien wind thme lace romttl
it, taeleit, to the flannel on hoth sIde.,
and cover the wholo -with. a picco of'
flannel or hnten, whioh sew firmly
around it. Then steep the bottle over
might in an ower, with col water and
andI soap. Next niorning wash it with
lt't water and'spap,, ther soap being-rub
bed on the ohlir uvering: TVh. se
it again for som~e hours in cold water,
and. aftorwards dry it, in~tho air or near
the fire. Remove'th dI~ uter coverin,
and the lace is ready, no ironing beiing
required. If th6 Jagg ie very dirty
bo oot it miustbo Wa~hed ai great
A VJUTE MAN'S GOVERNDMENT.
The sentiment that this is a white
man's country, to be governed by
whito men, and 'that tho attempt to
subject the Southern white people to
the domination of tho negroes is an
unpardonablo outrago, and is gaining
ground fast in the great Northwest.
Tho' La Crosse .Demorrat, which has
an army of subscribers at its back,
speaking of the declaration of the
Consorvati-ves in the Virginia Con
veition that they wyould never submit
to negro rule, says :
"In answer to so n farious and re
voltilig a proposition, it, is but ittural
that. thero should come Ip from the
white mIen of the South, iu tonies (o
noting the last extromity of human
despair and agony, the cry
" 'o will die sooner than submit
to it 1'
"Aye, and so you ought. And
thousands upon thousands of your owin
white brethren in the North will die
with you, sooner than this last dis
grace, this foulest wrong, this cruelest
torture, of all (he inventious'of all the
devil's own who are leagued against
you, shll be inflicted:u on you!
"This isitie must be met, anad at
"It admits of no delay!
"tT'ic dangeris immineut I
"The duty Is the most urgent which
ever sutinoned nan to the liold !
"WMTEinMEN, AInM AN-Y 'TO TIE
n EScUE I
fn ISr O F- JU NE, NO'T '1:n1E iS'O
MAItcn.-The Register in Bl1ankruptcy
in the city of Iichiloid, inl reply to
the inquiry by a lawyer in Peters
burg, says :
"Your letter of Cie 1st of February
is to hand. I have no doubt that the
clause requiring fifty per cent. of the
balnkrupt's indebtedness to be paid
takes effect on the 1st. of June (1-868)',
and not the 1st of March."-Pdurs
'ihe question decided by thle Regis
ter has been much discussed among
tile grand army of bankrupts. It is
by no mCalans cert ain, however, that tile
Rogister is right ill his decision. Iis
language, "I havo 110 doubt,'" was inl
tended, wo imagine, to imply that
while he had no doubt uyon the sub
ject, the ques-ion was a controverted
one. It is desirable that it-should be
adjudicated by some court whose dcei
sioni would carry somlio weight with it.
( I~'elnond Dispatcha.
oniw.trox W'Ar.:o.--Will some
lepiblican aiswer this:
If the Confederate States by act of
secession, or result of the war which
"the .epublican party carried to so
r.lorious a termination," are out of' the
Unionl, how can Congress declare an
ImIendtment to the Federal Constitution
Latifid which has not received the sanc
Lion of three-fourths of thirty-soven
3ates, 118 i)y tho Constitution requir
If tho Southern States aro not out of
ho O'inion,. by what right are they
unoubled i ito a Southern Dlspotism,
xiven over to one-man rule, as- is propos.
if Lhe'y areout of the U1io,, and on
o olhr base can a 1 esp1ot%%- i h. e I here
stablishmed, how came they out, whten
w~ent they ont1 and in wvhat, way. was the
var a success?
MonE ftErUDIA'floN-S TEAING DE
Mroenu.mo' TcnIIUNDER.--Tiho State Con
venltioni of Ohio Rtadieals have
"Resolved, That duty and sound
policy require that all property should
bear its equal share of public burdens,
and that this pirinciple oug ht to be
applied to United States bondls, to be
hereafter issued, by making thlem lia
ble,-by express provisions, to tihe law
"Resolvcd, That the Republican
party pledges itself to a faithfuil pay
ment of' the public debt.. According
to the laws uinder which tile five--twen
ty bonds were issued the saiil sliould
be paid in the currency of the coun
try, which may be a legal-tender when
the (Govornmencit shall be prepared to
redeem suchi bends."
Pendleton has gained a groat victo
ry. Ihim opponents priomlgo his~ d0c
trinles. Repudiation wvill be his tick
GI'r-rING WwrT.--WVihen a person is
wvet he ough'lt never to stand, but to
continnei in motion till he aurrivyes at a
place whero lho may be suitably ac
comlodated. Iloe ho shoul strip 'off
his wet clot hes, to he chaniged for snceh.
as are dry, and have thoro parts of his
body which hlave been wetted wvell rub
he'd wyith a dry cloth. The legs, shoul.
ders and arms are generally thle parts
most exposed to wet ; they shioulhd
t hemrefore, be partinlarly atendedh to.
It is almost- incredhible how nmany dhs.
u'nses may be prevented by adopting
this course.. Caitarrhs, in flamations,
rheunmat isms,. diarrhmons, fevers and'
coinumpion are tihe foremost amnong
the train which freqltently follow an
accident of this-kind..
To Ci.em Srmue.--' quarrtir of
pounmd of soft soap two ounces of' honey,
and a gill of gin ; mix these three well
toge'ther,. and if too thick, add a little
mocre gin. Lay thme silk on a board; and.
rub, the mixture wel'l with a stiflf hat
brush occassionally dipping-the bruish in
a little cold wvater to malko a froth.
Rinse it wellh ira cold water, and hang it,
to drain, (without wringing for a few
nillute8; then roll in a towel, each piece
nimgly, and iron it wet.
How Tro isroirTHE~ 13.ow 0F BLOOD
[t is not generally known that the blood
woen from severe cte, may be staunch.
x1 byhitdiw okutoe vound thelione'
a.nstof tea.- Aftef- the flow has~ beenl
ltaunlfched, lttanunfi maty be applied
tradvutoge.-Journal (of Aj. ilied
ANECDoTE.-Whilo A. P. Hill's di.
vision was tearing up the B. & 0. R. R.
in tho fall of .84i Lano's brigado of
(lita division was ordored further notth
than the other brigades, where a livo rob
was a curiosity. At tisa time tie quar.
termasters had not procured now clotIr.
ing to tako the placo of worn, tattored
and raggOd relics of the eampaign into
"My Maryland," and wo- were raganuf
fhis-that's a fact. Tearing nrp railroads
is not very pleasant business, and we
had enjoyed ourselves fur about twenty
four hours, whein Capt. K. of the 7th
N. C., weirt to a houise to gert sonetling
cookeJ, awl got into quite an interest ing
conversat.ion with Lie good !idy of the
Old limdy-"You is an offleer, isn't
Capt. K.-"Yes, mad:an, I am a cap
tain in Lie 7.h N. C. Infantry.
Ol Lady-1"Thar, now. lleis A im
I told you h'6 was an officer. I can tell
an oflicer whenever I lays my two eyes
Oin 'em The olicors, tiwy las tie seats
of their breeches patched aln'd tho cor
mi14)n1 Soliters, they doesn't l''-Lar we
A Nov i., Cnuien Ih.stiv.u..--A nm
odi en tertainment was given! by a climtruli
society inl New Jersey rectnitfy h
wits6 and pnnsters of the- congriegation
exerted Iem I Iiselves to prodleo a hon1iiior
otrs bill of fare for the dinner. Their
"Take what You chews.
ltter dio eating thai di ei."
rndier this happy gathering cry the
guests asseibh'- lo a banqupret composed,
in part. of the following novel. &lh's:
cyctables.-Suft corn, canitbe beet,
waitilg for som1eting to turnip, eighteen
carrts (tine,) Jolinbonian, pens (and
a ctrees.-A, Michi gander (twith'
sauce;)l youtrca goose (sauce for goose
is dit to for gander,) plucked pigeon (a
lia \Val strel,) decoy duck, spare rib
(for bachelors.) backbono for tho r(bel
The rest. of this wonderfu'f repast was
of a- mn;.;ular pign ant cha racter ; the
uests werle served by pretty girls and
livOly boys, and tbe bill of fare was sold'
fvr only fivo cents to all comers.
Tommy. my son, wlhnt are you going
to do wih that club ?
Send- it to the editor, of course..
'lHnt what, are you going to send it to
the editor for?
Baluso ho says if' any body will, send
hii a club lie will send themn a pam
The mother caime lretty near faint
ing, but retainel conscionsness enough
to ask :
But Tommy, dear, What do you sup
pose hie wants with a club?
Well, 1 don't know, replied' hce liop .
fil urchin unless it is to kiock down
subscribers as don't pay for their pa
Smith and R1-own.runntig op posito
ways round a corner, strubk dtrohotl
"Oh,.doar," says Siith, "hw you
made n.y icad' ring !w
That's a sign- it's hollow-, says
"idn't yours ring ?" says Smi'h.
"No," says lrown.
"TIhiat's a sign it's-rticiad',' replied
Thereo is a crow roost near Loxing.
ton, ! Ky., wvhoro, from time imme:
muorial, thousands of crows have re
turned every nighrt t'o roost. They
come flying in in long lines,.and go to
bed in tho most systematic muannot-,
marshalled by leader's.
liivfte the Attention of the
TO TRiE. LARGE ,STOOK OF
which tlicy are
And which corflres nearly
Needed by the people in
Tlheir object is to (Ic-strictly as
CiISI HBUSI NESS,.
ThIat will induco all fersons tb
BUY FRO1M THtERS
-1RUSHED, A II C ox-C C Yellow and
Br'own Sugars. P'atapsco Syrup, Ras
con SIdes and.Shroulders of' this year's make.
D. B. FL.ENNIKEN,
feb 27 Agent per Aubroy & Co.
Juo.. P.. Matthows, Jr.
A T proh inebe to ad-b noteo
see US at once, en~l lbefore the let Febhrury.]
jan16480M8 & Bj ,
CHANGE OF SCHEDML.
Charlotto and 8. C. Railroad Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., Oct. 5, 1807.
0 N and after Sunday. th instant, theG
Trains on this Road will run as fole
Leave Columbia 1.40 P. M.
At'rive at Charlotte; 9.40 P. M.
Letve Charlotte, 1.40 A. M.
Arrivo at Columbia 0:40 A. li.
Making close connections for all points,
North afid Soith.
Passengers taking this route, going
Nort i, have choice of route from Gvoeens
boro, Weldon or Port'smouth.
Oir' Tickets good: for oither route.
1i- Baggage checkbd through.
For Through Tiokets to Richmond, Was
ington,- Baltimore, Philadulphia and. NeW
York, apply at the Ticket Ollib foot oi
C. D'OlYKN IGl.
REDUCTION OF 1ATES,
CI A RLOTTE AND'S. C. 10. R. OMffAly,,
OUN"1'. 1k:nelzGlT AN) TiCNcEr AoT's OFFICE,
Columbia, S. C.. December 7, 1807.
0 N and after THIS DAY, COTTON Will l16
forwarded via the "Inlends Air Lino,
Freigh t Houte," as foll'6o* :
To Baltimore, $8.7-6 per bal'e of 400 lbs.
To New York, $f.50 por bale of 400 lbs.
Rem mber that Marine Insurance is ihuo l'
lower vics this route tian by competing,
lines. E. R. DOtSEY,
General Freight and' fraus'a Agent.
ISOU7T 0CA01NA 11A1L10A D,
GENERAL SUP'Ts OT8 tfFIn
01ARLESTOff,'.. 9., Oct. 3..
Nand after October rho' 6th 1867, 'h61
0JPassenger Titaailn di' t'ldW 8A6th' Os'rol.
na Ralinetd' wilf run as follo*s, viz :
Leave Charleston, 4.80 a m
Arrive at Kingsville, 11.15 a nr
Leave Kingsville, l'.40 a' t
Arrive at ;olumbihl 110 p M
1LVe'Cdlumliia, 16. 00 if'mn
Arrive at Kingsville, 11.85 a In
Leave Kingsville, f'.06p lit
Arrive at Charleston, 7.05 p. mt.
Leave Charleston for Augusqta' 10.40 a m'
Arrivd'at. Augusta 7.40'p'ril
Leavo Atigut, 3.40 a in
Arrive at Charleston, 12.20 pIm'
The Pamsenger Trains on the Oatrh den
Branich will connect witl tlie Up and Down'
Columbia Ti'ais, and' Wiliington and' Man.
chester Railroad' Ti'ains, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Sattirdnys'.
Night Expiess, Freight Mid' IMpsengetl
Accomitiiodation Train Will run- s fldws,
Leave Oliarleston for Columbia, 6.4b p di
Arrive at Columbia, 0.05 a mt
Leave Coltuiabia, 5:89'i
Arrive at Ohallettoni. 5.40:tit
Leave Ciarlest on for Aigusfta. W ObIll'm'
Arive at AitgUsta,- difo's ni'
Leave Augaista',: 4.1b'1 m'
Arrive at Clinidt'od, 4!00 a d'
Soutli Ciwili- Ilaikidad. Comply.
OPPI09 d1CnVnnAfl' 1114IN'14NdMNTS
Decetnliti' d, 1867,
N N'atid'atbr tiilis' i'dstadit'. the following'
Cottodi'pott Ulle, to l&dW York, $4.50'
"' Baltimoroe; 8.75'
AL . ) #EA kN,,
deo 10' t'erkl'hpdrinteadent.
PJERlUVIAN UANO, dirot from Agents
- at. market ratern
Soluble P'acinlo Uitado, $75 cash, $8t,'16t/
I'ovember. With seven- pci' cent' ihterest,
approved city uccedplttedi:
Baught's Phlosyhtat e of 1lime, $60 eash,
$65-13t November, withs seven per cent, ln
torest., approved city acceptance.4
P'hoenx Guano, $55' cash, $06 1st No.*
vomiber, with seven per cent-, ibteresliaV.
proved city acceptaioo.
IPloiir of Dime; tirtdlillbat'd atI tii
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, warranted'
In offering the above manures tltitet,.
I do so with every confidence, not onl havy
ing testimonials, fronm planters wh have'
usedthermttho'past yea', lbut the' flitheya
guarantee that every cargo, as it at-rives, is
analyzed by Professor Shepard, of the'
South Carolina Medical- Collbge, attd the'
,high-roputation of these inanust'es fully kept'.
ip. J. N. ROBSON,
1 and 2 A tlantic Wharf, Charlestou-8; o:.
Oorner Queen and Mes&. g Strets,
CHARLESTON, S. C'.
refurnished with New and l g gnti F'urni-'
.turo~ throughout; and offers to t.he traveller
accommnodhtions anad'ednvenibnoes as a-Firect
Class Hot ol, not t'o be equalled by any North'
or South. The patronage 'of the publio 1s.
Rates'of Board per day, $4 06i
" " per month as ma
agreed on. JOSEPII PURCELL,
feb 24'66'-tf Proprietor.
U. S. 1NTiltrrAwErt
Aist, IssessorI' Offico, 311 istict ,~6
WYINNsno; February 12, 188.4
3RIR Internal Revenuo law nakWW~it tiitr
Lduy of every man-ofi lkw-ful: age,. c'
females holding propberty in their ewn ri hti
tto mtake returis- to me'o~n or before thio bt,
day of March tioxt, of their ineowp bfertike
year 1867, and of suclh' aitibles named Jo.
imbodide A, as-ti whave in. their pos
session liablettrw ~. Albo persons firms,,
conipantes and: oor1)orations, earrying on'
any business reqsir ng the payment of a'
8 ielaimawr ane vequire do registe~r withr
me witeiis the same time.
Persons liable to ionti Taxes- owna
urnot ures, &'e., are seqatirodb -lawit. make
their ret urns prompt~y on or lifre the 10th
day of. each month. Also guardians, exe0p
utors and adminisit'ators are required1 to
mako prompt returns i s ethl cases, All
persons whio.bve cpnt is possessi o
any proprti as-a-lpgasysor suocession upon
whic lb Tax has not been paid, will uhd,
it to their interest to report immediately.
The law makes It the dut of every
one to know his duty under the law ana
faiureto erormthat duty suidesote
pate so )inin to heavy penalty.
Frointthe terr trial exzIn,of Divisipsp
It will be impostible for ma to sa I at eoery~
.9: o~ae.. J will thlerfore have to t ko,
mrostt t0 . otutn; at yof~oo anid p esti,
failipg inua1 bqAssesse : p 6or.
tlant, dde, as the ese oq
Asst. A9liqr Oh 1$. 41 8.6 Q ,