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14 ami 151 BAT STKI.I.T,
FAVAXNAH, - - - GEORGIA
Let us have it by all means, and
plenty of it; It -s the drops thrown up
mi glancing play by the fountain of the
everlasting youth within us Who is
there of us that desires to gru-w old be
fore thr r time dose oouio This
blessed fueling of euthustaui, nestled
so cosily to sleep, just to nourish and
keep it with us, wben' 1 aroused into no
tion well repays for I lie shelter granted
to it, by making us youthful and happy.
It evinces a strong appreciation of a'l
that is beautiful iu our lives, and iu na
A far from unpleasant sight is nn an
imated face, each feature kindled into
enthusiasm, tho whole beaming with
reflected p O'Siirc— even tl ought tho ob
ject that called forth the feeling may
not IniVethc same power to similarly
move us, yet the face, die brightness if
it, does good.
A lovely view of nature: a gtcat hill
with sloping sides covered with ver
dure, and rising clear against tho Line
sky, from the emerald crest, is o tone -
mg tree, many-leaved and strong. A
little In me-uest of a house cosily mst
led among oiec|iiig vines, with a golden
haired child swinging under tho tic
in front of tho roomy porch, yud y
sleek-loeking tabby e infirtmdy sun
ning itself on u mat. Kvcn such a
IlMiic-liko sight as this i- cnpnb'o of
producing un intense feeling of pleasure
which is the but.tiling up of cotushism
not at all out of place; as well there is
it, in its own degree, us at sighs of
frowning mountains, rush tig 4 tull w,
rolling prairies, and all the fl coy grillid
aspects of animated nature Enthusi
asm is generous, and has a full share
for each and all beauty; and happy is
tho heart that rejoices iu its ever-wil
We all f is have it, but mistakenly
wo choke the spring with the rocks of
coldness, the rubbish of over strained
decorum, and the Heavy earth of too
much practical hard-headedness. We
uff ct a studied demeanor of ind ff r
eiicp to all tho many beauties cropping
nut around t)“, f>r ’wo think it shows
window, flow wrong is the iinpr. s-ion
wo labor under. Our philosophers, our
greet thinkers, our scientific men will
■ urn nsido from their heavy hood fore,
or their geology, to admire tho tint
wood-vi ltd, or to wactb the cunning
antics of tho sprigt'ly squirrel,„ ami
would kindle warmly at tho sight of thr
golden glory of the western sky when
the day-gnd is slowly sinking fom tie
gaZ'*, and then fix their rapt eyes upon
the I wink linpr first star that heralds the
approach of its ntiineruu ■ brethren.
Great wisdom is oltcu united with
gre and -implic t .
J l , lit h nsi tie in i.- 4 a feeling wo will all
do well'io noui isli anil keep with us.
The fountain of ivorlutting youth that
Police tie Leon sailed in search of prov
ed a myth, hut the fountain of enthu.-i
a-in is not. Is the fiutiti.iii checked?
Char away tho obstructions, and y u
will liud the rich f cling,clear uud read)
to pour its cooling spray uu tho world
“110 original <r nothing.” says a
writer,hind with all due (liforotuo to
the originality of tho remark, we still
think that it is rit her a poor rule t"
follow. If every writer was oiigina!
what a flush in tho pan would the
hrigliteso thoughts prove. It is to
the careful analyst, tho ono who
probes for and brings to light the
bright spin l ies or 8"lnl sense of the
subject tid< r h's keen observant ey, s.
tlmt tho original writer mainly owes
h'B prestige; yet there may lie ne
origna'ity within the nature of the
analyst, The streak of gold in the
quartz needs the rkiQed a'sayer to
make ils quality manifest. 'The mi
ner is tho original finder, but it need
ed tho Jammy cr. The same rule ap
plies to iuvei tions, for were they all
original, a ilcligk’ful mixture of hy
brids would out patent office pre-eut.
It, ns human being, wo wo o all orig
inal what a curious conglomeration
*onlil appear. One cm never ceas
adniiting the delicate shade cf (liffer
ence that tl c human countenance
presents —the elements precisely the
same —eyes und r eyebrows, note i>e
iv.c n eyes, mo mt under nose, et cli a
l sot price of face furniture. Yet how
differin'. V\ herein lies the secret—
who can tilt? ‘Be o iginal or be
notliirg,” save the mark! The great
' est amount ( f origina's that w have
, we tire obliged, (or the safety und
i welfare of cur existence, to kei p them
| carefully secluded from the mass of
| human b ings, so their originally
| may find vent, without, liowercr,
! causing harm to the woild, who,con and
not stand at o < xci si-ive t.ose of ongA
i mlity. Originality is very well in
the nbs act, but a very litt'e of it vrib
go a great way. Win nwe nfhet up
the suti g, •‘there is nothing new un
der the sun,” from whence will eon.c
THE STRUGGLE FOR KXIS
The different members of the nrgnuio
world arc so bound together by complex
relations that one chance usually invol
ves ninny other enauges. Wo know
lilie, it is true, of the way in which one
animal or plant is bound up with others,'
but wo do know that groups tne most
apparently disoonecled are often en
tirely dependent on other groups. Thus
the introduction of gnats into St. Hel
ena destroyed a whole fl >ra of forest
trees. This was the son tenon of death
on nil thepnsects mullusca and perhaps
birds, which found their living on
trees. Swine which run wild ih Man
ritius, exterminated the dnd. Tne
same animal is li e most mortal f>e of
venomou- b> p i.tP.
In many|di.strio.B the brows ngjof cat
tle will prevent the growth of trees.
With the trees an end is put to the in
sects which depend upon the trees, to
die bird which feed unon tho inr.ects,
nn I to the small mammals which live
upon t: e fruit, a-cds, leaves or rovs,
lose eta moreover have the mo-: won
derful influence on the range of mam
mals. Iu Puriiguay a specie of flv de
stroys new born cattlo and horses,
ilenoo neither of thtse animals run
wild in that country, although they
abound in the adjacent regions. This
leads to a creat difference in the veg
itntio.i of Paraguay, and thuogh that
to a difference m its insects birds rep
tiles, and wild animats. The extinc
tion of ■ hie fly woti’d change tho whole
face of the country. So in South Afri
ca, in the di.itics info-ted ly tho tsetz t
flv, no horse*, dogs, or catilo can livo
Yet it ha - no affect oil asses, l b as, or
until p B.
M'. n.ow’iiL often q o’eil cae of
the w's and clover afford an apt ii I Ul
tra t ion if the points in question. Ir.
i known that in U'gl md both red
el.ivor and w Id heartsoaso are fertil
ized only by tire visits if bumble beer.
But bum hie bees tiro largely kept down
by field mice, which dosotry their combs
,ii I nests. Field mice in their tnru are
kept down by eats. If there were no
ea s there Would ho no red olover or
wild heiftseuao. For in that case thero
wou and be no clock on tho field mice,
whcili would muhihly t-o abundantly as
to destroy all humblo hi os. Thero
would be nothing to f.rtihze tho red
olover and heaitsease, and the Iwi
plants would pr duee n i seed and he-,
cumu ■ xtiiio'.
THE MAGIC BULLET.
Many years ago, when the white
men who liad 4 sceri ibo Rocky Mountains
migiitjstilljliavc been counted, and only
a vary few of the prune ladiuns knew
the tisc of flro arms, n hunter named
Fitzpatrick had ono day gut separated
from hi* compatiions und was pursuing
his gain a alone in the wilderness when,
as ill hick would have it, he was seen
by n patty of Indiana, then on the war
path, wh • immediately prepared tojgivo
chase. Thors was not the smallest
chance of escape for him; but the joung
tinnier Hindu a hint of turning away,
in order if possible, to gain time. Ho
happened to know that these snvayes,
who ns yet, were very little acquuintad
aiilt the the use of fire arms, had sev
eral times, wl co they lad taken white
t.riso ers, put tho muzzles of their rifles
c’ sc to their breast and fired them, by
way of t xperiment, to see what would
-totue tif it lie, therefore, thought it
prudent to cxtjc! the bullit from his,
und then continue his flight. The In
dians followed and very soon ovctto>k
him, disarmed him und tied him to a
true. One of the warriors, who. it ap
|.eared, understood Imw to pull a trig
ger,, seized the tide, and placed himself
a fi w puces ill front of the owner of it,
und took aim at him and fired. But
when the Indian looked eagerly through
'he smoko t-wad where Fi'zpntrio
etood, they saw lie was safe arid sound
in hi- place, and ho quietly took out
of his pocket the bullet lie had previous
ly placed there and tossed it to his en
inics, v.lio were all amazement. Tticy
declared lie iiad stop; ed the bullet in
its High'; that ho was uu invuloerablo
and wonderful conjurer, and what was
more that some gteat ui's'oriuno would
befall toe tribe if they did not s t him
ftce tunned lately They therefore, cut
In- bonds and made oft as fait us pi 8-
si hh*, leaving Fitzpatrie to go where
Gourrier-Journnl: Rhode Inland's
pro'est, through a resolution of her
legidature, against the arrest end im
prisonment of the Loui-i m.i Return
ing Board is enough to moke Con
gress tain pule. She meant business
(jet lier a little worse stored up than
hlio i-, niid they i!l have to rend the
photograph of a mj ia l of soldiers up
the re to ke-p her from try ng to hurt
The Fulton Time" says that love
will make 123 pounds of girl feel no
heavier than a feather on a fellow’s
knea The Danbury News snys that
the same fellow would have hts legs
cr mi and all out of shape by 75
pO'inds of wife. Bridges Smith’s
Paper thinks that depeuds somewhat
on w lose wife it ip.
Courier-Journal: There is a “re
tnaind' r” of $400,000 in the treasury
of Mississippi, and the carj e'-b iggers
and scalawags who used to p under
ttie S'a'e never think of the fret with
ut a wish t > sneak aw.iy to some
lone'y spot wl ere, unseen and un' eard,
they fn enss lit ! sir knavish Wtli