Newspaper Page Text
fc-!j;ut . . .
J";tli fc' '- ' - ' a -
ti Inu fcc'if ''vqt; 'uJ3?j ja'j-" ' '"-r
JJ6H ' - ' lit
.- . ; . : : ft
VOL. 13. -
V-n -:;'; i;i;j;
: STRGUDSBTDKG, MONROE PX, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, &&' ' " ."" ' "
- ! .O! If :t l;
Published Iy Theodore Scliocli. 'river were men of distinction, for all were
TERMS Two iloll.irv per annnnm in advance Two r.,;ors Doctors, Colonels, Captains, or
.I.illars aml .1 quarter, lialf vciirly :linl if not pant be- AA"J" ' r '
t.ire the emi or the year. Two dollar.-anil a half. Those , JuaVcg. One day the Old Uian Was pull
who receive their papers bv a carrier or stage tli tvers
employed bytliC proprietor, will he charged 37 1-2 Jf, across tllC Stream With a load 01 pas-
X.. Ill . i . .. . J .. .1 ...... 1 .- i 1 . .- 1 ! 1 1 1
aji.-ie uiii;(.miiiuiii:u iuhii .ill n i uai ugu.n . i
A liber.il discount made to yearly adverters.
lCyAUletters addressed to the E-'fitrr imiM be ptv
pnnl. . i . -.
off far enough for flighty if that, sliould
be necessary, 'how came you to go, so
'Tel1 me said the woman, who .stood I to a struggle-, and I grew Tu strength as I ; and the impression they -madron me, en-1 ri V 1 f 11 1 1 It V ft 1
' far GnOUffh for flirrht' if that dinilld lOO'ked at mv dfiJir fjir.lior finrl mn'rlier ' Jlhlerl mo T.dnunf nnf trt emu mi. nnrnnti) ' hS 1 l A-
They were addressing each oth-
- -. . i n ..... , - i , , . . - . W V v
except ui tin; tiiiiiuu ui nil' i,uu"l. -r . . . lii l ,1 i L
ro Advorusenients not exceeding one s-iimre (six-; er as Jlajor this and Uoloncl that every
teen lines) will be inserted thrVe weeks for one -o ar.f TU.
ma twenty-nve cenis lor every .'iiuseqiu'iii-n"'"- ,iuau uuluiiu uuu a uuu. a. uiv juii-u-
l'ho Cliarpc for one and. three insertion? tlieSanie. , ... i -r -.r
,inau jookcu :tt..iuc piiuu iui. wiu
surprise. When the fare came to be paid,
r 1 he charecd the title men who asked the,
Kavinir a. general assortment oflnrgc, elegant, plain pvice, Ono shilling each. '
r toroxeeutc every description of " What myAire?" said the gentle-; tears gushing out from his strange looking
T&3$(X MPJTKMh man who had no title, after the rest had j grey eyes,, 'I wouldn't ha' been bound
iards. i:intirs. rtilUIea-!. Votes, lllanl: Receipts . mit nnrl Triplfprl nnif pnfTprl iiA loiM
j,.-ii"el !.,-.,! ai t.ther i;.ni.s. Pamphlets, ie. paid. ouc ana KicKea ana cunea ana laiu on
pu.cd with neatness and despatch, on rc:.oi abU- putchman tJ0ur j with whips, I wouldn't have, been Saucy,
AT THE OFFICK OJ- TIIJa fare is chust nothing you is de .first high , and got knocked down, and Tun away,
Jefferson i:v u Republican.
looked at my dear father and mother ' abled me, Ldoubt not, to savemy parents
one tuuK a cnair, tunica its back to the lives-.
young to that dreadful" place? ' Where';, 7 , , btJlc-l .neseir ? "or wee in.. coum mako a book ot such incidents
il' t.' the shadow.. I kept my seat and appear- in my own life". Let this suffice to satis-
wiis vour motuer wuere ,i .. . - - i ,.- i-
, - . ji . . .. .u, i TV1 mvu uo aicenuon to ner.
Enos Smedley, of Ghetter county, and
of inany years' experience as a dairyman,
j.v'"'i' vuu uvy witq uuisii r n hu arc you j -lntjmreu my tathor. c
of grief that was terrible.ta behold, ..'.Oh! I 'Wliafc s that to you V said she. r
I hain't no mother! Oh! I haiti'thad-ho;; Everything, if ybu are to stay in my
t iriinncn -'
mother even since I was a baby., If I'd f wL-i! r St V i u . "
.', . , ,.-1-, . J , .Jit What if I will not tell you?'
onlv hatl a monther.1 lift nniitnmon 1hj f itm:-- ..J'' 4 1 . r
, - , . , , .t . nun vnil mitsr nnro t in inticn '
anguish growing vehement, and ...thot f Leave the house !' exclaimed "she.
privte Yankee T ever carried over this and then stole because I was hungry.r
35$-. The Journal, published at Ellen
villc, Ulster Co., X. Y., gives us the fol
lowing sketch of a remarkably cool ope
A man by the name of Wilson, but call
ing himself Iliggins, stopped at the house
of one Crawford in Uridgcville a week or,
two since, and claiming to be poor, and
out of health, was allowed to stop and re
cruit himself for a lew da vs. About
creek, and vou,ish"Vclcomc ?"
Oh! I ham t cot no mother T hain't
got no mother I haven't had no mother
over since I was a baby.'
The strength was all gone from the .lived here aloiie
Frorli the Boston Olive 13 ranch,
The Little Outcast. .
J1Y MRS. DEN'ISOX.
" .. t. .1 -:.u i....,.,.. - .1 I was helpless
iiiing yuu givu inu uut ttuuu, iuici nut, tuiiia wiiu uia puur i.uuuiiieb
water, and do al vour errands.'
iy uic 1 ctium as iar as my testimony goes informs u - of hia t succe33 thc
t t ie trut 1 ot the position, that persons ent .,Tintcr in keeping his cow3 on corn.
vhilst in thp body, are not. always sub-fnjf1or m.tnnA nmsKp,! u hnr
:Jecttomatepalcauscsormotivesaspromp-1.andmacilill Ui-'nlan is to cut off a
ters to activity. Qr- cighteen inches 0f the butts before
i 1. rs - - i puttins it throiijih the machine. This is
' -.UtHes 01 rosidge. - ; i worked on the barn floor, with a one-
r is yt. . ; t ' 1 11 1 uu t4W; tw in uuuu tuu xaiuo nurse UUWCij iiUU LUU UUU lUUUCi uiduilal-
putnc out ; " "? J ofpostag?, under the laws now in force. ! gcd through a funnel into the entry be-
'What if r o'all my men alnd throw you i The following convenient table, give the ' contiguous to the cow stables Here
1 1 ! "C j ' ' y . - . , , , 1 litis emptiod into a large box made for
oat head, and .heels V (. . , information required at- a glance, and we tbc and holding about 34 bushel
all one h ?? l 2 UT-0adb8, tLe SUg" ! basbtits fulL This ia mixed UP with
'Iiod'k1 ' : ' 1 .tgesti'to cut1 it out and put 'it in some an equal number of quarts of meal, and
T . w ; no,, , j. , ,, , coiivemerit Dlace to 'sard 'the 'trouble: 0f J the whole slightly moistened. He has 34
'I inquired at the last house on the road convenient piace, 10 save tuc troume 01 f. . b . . ,
i.before I came Here. It is Saturday nisht asking and of having to answer the ques- 'ZTr"U-
it x nil , i 1 0 . 1 . .. uuu uuauei, uwuuu up, 13 iuuuu auiiiuieui.
and I was told hat your laborers all went tions about it : !for-acow at a feed,nd they are fed
home on Saturday night, and. that you, Letters. Each ounce, under -3000 ' twine a dav. eatinfr it un clean. Tinder
miles, prepaid, .3c; wqmid 5c.
! T 1 1 V f xl ' 1 1 7 -i 1 J 7 j ww luu uiuuuiiguiduu buujr w iui '"M uue
poor boy, and he "sank on bis knees, sob-' i glonced at mj father : hwas pale, Each. jounce, over 3000 miles, prepaid a and winterinc as well as they usually f
i . - - 1 .1. ., , but his couraired ebbed not a, whit. ITe r,.. ,,;,; in i xt.-t .L J
MUU IUS WUIUUCU -UU-U llOt !1- WUll. IIU It... inj), lflr .1. il.- T 1
3. 7 71T.J -v , - - K . . .
And i 1 T i i iiiiLLo J.UUUC in gcmui auy une sneat ot touaer cut up, making
nu ( chair, and he surmised strange occurren-, wherc in tbe United Statag; - two d feed is W)rth her about
1 ccs, for he had received not less than wrR thre mmees. In."' i -nr,. moi.;n9i w i- q:
The troubled eyes of thc speaker were Did she coldly bid him. pack up, and be eighteen hundred dollars that very week Each subsequent ounce, lc. teen 'quarts of meal per week, for each
filled with tears-. It was a lad that stood off the jail bird? "'om his large wheat sales, and he saw if not prepaid, double these, rates. j cow is worth 32 cents. Total for keep of
.1 i--.i: - 1.: xt. i. i.-Ji 1 ii. , ...iTuaMiaouciui.uiui, i.msuaMVUb .uu- .lit .Xpirsnnnnrssnni I'pnnrhr.as nmr ,..r. -.o-l, 'PI.- i.
,rii 1 1. i 1. 1. ir. tuu unit;, iiu-u,. ituiiuiuir wilii ji .uiui v 1 uu; suu niu ucuu u. uiuiuur. aim 3 . r , r.x.. - r -who -li, h ncen, utuw. xui ia
1 ttiT"T nr I'nii'iT ni 1 'I wi v uti. 1111 111 1 ' j y i .1 n. in .t r ntt . .j.nA-.,.'. - - '
ATr Crawford's and made bis vav to ibis S uu a awuiu wuwuwl uiougu an nut umiuicu uuuer, tuu object was robbery
, or a decoy, or a man in disguise, whose quarterly or yearly in advance-
village, bringing along a valuable gold
waich and some. other, articles which be
longed to Mr. Crawfond. Sunday morn
ing Mr. Crawford appeared here with an
officer in search of the thief. Mr. Wilson
seeing a suspicious pair of horses at the
tnvcrn door, walked, deliberately down to
the canal, thence to the mountain. Al-
the rcalitv of his cood intentions.
I could see all this
cold sod in the church yard, she was a passing thro' 'my father's mind, but it did !
First three ounces,
Each subsequent ounce,
cheap wintering' and a strong illustration
of the great advantages of cutting food
for stock. Such evidence of what has
... . m 1 1 ' 1 if 1 . 1 ... a
J he cottage sat by itsclt on. a bleak mother still. , noi now mm tnc'nintii part ot an inch. And if weio-hinrr not over 14 oz., in been done, is worth naes of theory in
moor, or what in Scotland would "have She went up to the poor boy, not to . 1 sat sLl'1? as " J suspected nothing tjie gtate where publisiied, $c. each, and ' convincing farmers of the great loss they
been called such. The time was near hasten him away: but to lay her fingers ! STiL o?, thc S Jad.n an old weekiy papCrs in the county where pub-' sustain in feeding hay and fodder uncut,
the latter end of September, and a fierce kindly, softly on his head; to tell him to 'Shc 5hjJ , f. . ! Not only will one-half or two-thirds in
, ,., l.tl -1 -l- ll-ll 11 il.l'J t-i111 J- J- I ' v uuuiiuj UV. -UlUKIkUU. UU.U A L11CUU
wind rattled the boughs ol the onlv two Vnnlr un and henceforth find in her a bout tite bod r. 7 t 1 i - - x , . ' m, -
naked trees near thc house, and fled with mother. Yes, she even put, her arm a- 1 ' You are a woman V said my father. 1
ahivorintr sound into the narrow door- limit th neek of that forsaken, deserted 1 VJ1 am; wnat uo you.ask tnat
O MnAlin 4 ....
:r it. it. - t.i-..: , 1 .u 1 -.j e 1 1 1 1
most immediately an officer, with several - J 11 - u lu'6 uiuu&, cnua; sue poureu irum uer uiului s nea, t,
other persons, was on his track, but he c- ,,rc w,tu,n- , sweet womanly w:ords of counsel and ten
i J - - -V- 1,1. (11, 11.
.ow anu men a snow naKe toucueu derness.
vaded them, and at night, eold wet, tired
r 1 1. .1 1 ii.. .1.1.1. .fii 1. i x... . 1 .1 .1
and huncrary, he made his way down the whh iw&uit uum me uu.eca 01 ine listener, uhl now. sweet, was ner sleep .mat
mountain and put up at a public nousc in . ' O J, r 'i'" ' ' . 1 - 7" t do vou not live at home instead of gad- o
Middlcport. His appearance was such W 8 henumbed hands. : hnked a- poor, suffering heart to her, by ding aFout such nights as this aiona
-.r. 1 noil nut enmn n-nritti rip5 in rfrr!?Vil tfl The woman was evidently loth to grant ' the most silken, the strongest band of nifrht fit onlv for fiends to be abroad ?' 1 j
,t 1 , . 1 ., I 1 1 ......
'Have you a husband !'
' Where docs he live V
and periodicals ages; weichiug at savintr in respect to waste. Those of us
pub. monthly or ( least 8 oz. prepaid, 1 who haye been used to feeding cattle in
oftner,- and f 1 barn yards, out of cribs, know that not
Pamphlets of 16 ;oc-. less than about one sheaf to each animal
tauo pages or less. J .c. an oz is a sufficient allowance, and that when
Books Bound or unbound weighing not ( either corn-fodder or hay is fed whole, a
more than 4 pounds, may be sent by considerable portion is dragged out over
:i 1. . j i
- , ' 1. . 111:111 ifii-';ii.iiir. 1 iu u:mii tiiiii invr
'Well then if you have a husband,; why, Undor aooOmilesVlc.wWUc. Hay is now worth from 18 to S25 per
'L tjc. " oc. ton, and by this plan of feeding corn-fod-
np.f.nnt; fvrr . .1 sinrrle rnte are ehnr-' rlpr n snvinir nf nmn fnna nnA fVia nrtnn,
night fit only for fiends to be abroad V 1 .j nnft rntp ' nf'rn lnlfnl,inpa n.nv h0 nKnMnA ;Z nna
, . 1 ,, i 1 1 . ...... . , t it 1 i . . t . 1 r- ; , . - - . vw ..ww. ..
his business in the mountain, &c. Here- tne ooy s lequcsr, ana tuc peculiar iook love, she had plucked some thorns. trom , - ny aon t you set ate :Min luver . , peri0dtcals, in the"sense used above,' winter. We have found in our own ex
plied very coolly that hi name was Craw- stamPC(1 uPon hls Matures would have the path, of a little, sinning, but striving , on fire ,T. said she leaping from her chair are publications' isseud once in three 'perience that when corn-fodder is fed,
ford, that he hid beeiin the mountain , fnggested to any mind an idea of deprav-portal. None but angels could witness months or oftner." 1t5
all day in pursuit of a thief who had sto-..V far beyond ht. years. her holy joy and not envy. f her teeth, f'll teach you why I am here.'.' n i . , W1 fl , ! tewZS'do
lenawatch from his father. He. desert- lt her woman's heart could not re-; Did the boy leave her? ... j My mother screamed and ran, my father t UlC i0C.0I"aild the fceXton. i admit 0f proper maltication, and, indeed,
"bed the thief, told Low many had been jsst tlic sorrow, in those large, but. by no J . Never! he is with her still; :a, vigorous, miade an ineffectual attempt to get out of A good story is told of & doctor, in; is apt to make sore mouths. The ma
after him what a time they had and all means handsome grey eyes. manly, rpromissing youth. The low char-. tIie a inst.utb' yie.cccl, reso.ved ieveriy wh0 was somewhat of "a wag. ! chine used by Enos Smedley is of Potts'
' ' v . 1.1 ., 1 , , . , 1 . to take what awaitcu him : and 1 was out TT , , .1 . . 'n.tnnt TTrmv'. n.tnnt ;D .M
;. Tr, iU ,nrn;,ltr 1... romnrlrpfl -LOtnein at any. rate tin tne trood man acter or ins countenance nag'eiven place . .u. . j i... lie met one aay, in tue street, tue sexton
ti IIUUL L Ll JL LJ 4.11U 111 Vl tllJM r U SZJ JL .11 111 IT tfl'l I !l V. I I 1 I II' I. MS l. II' tlTlli 'I Mil I SUM f r 1,
Un, nrnnntn.1 lite .l.nr nl.mrr lipfnrJ COlllCS hoillC
a rrcat while, so wliilc he was waitincr for
him he would look about the-place a little.
So he walked out to look about a little,
and wait for his father, and that was thc
lat they saw of him at 31iddleport. Mr.
Crawford recovered his watch, as Wilson
A tlin0 cuk and crush from sixty to one hun-
umutvu , ,,,,, , r-, , ...
i i .1. . . . i y" " "J a f f v J . - rirp.rl iiishp ? ner miir. I iirrparinrQ wi
r ii ... ..i ii i i nnnr.n enonwn m niaKfi id au iniresLiutr -r , i.,. f,i ... 11 i. 1 .i...: ,i .! r --
nre; you iook pensuing witn com: anu --r o o er, i structr ner witn my nsc a mow unuer us,uai aamuiuoub weic pau, luu uuuiut ; find in aQ ther place an excellent article
y v .t i i . i i i l i
There, sit down by tho an open, pleasing expression, with passed rac onber way to grapple my fatli- with whom' he was acquainted
1 - - r rv tt fi.H nli nin nn f- - H. a rr n m m i n . ' '
- iuv.c v..u.. UF w .u ... foster mother aged and
corner; then, suspiciously glancing at the knows no want. The once
child from the .corner of her eyes, she ( is her only dependence
continued setting the table for supper. he repay the trust.
"O rrt i?rtn f 1 r n m n flirt f t-n m r r F linnrf ' iS
r.nfi fiSir. WHICH. DiILIOT IlUr UlU COLLOn JIUUu. ,nnnnnar rn nniirrh
sickly, but she . i.nfM,i.ri i,r rinwn . siflWaq. r,U - , r - .,
poor out-cast "IZ " 7 ". aoctor' saia
, and nobly does cbaiBoufc 0f the way and ather myself have Sot a C0USh? 11
way and (rather mys
' for a fight. She recovered and looking had that,
at me for a moment, said, in soliloquy ! 'Look here Mr-
said the doctor
j 'Oh I 3-ou choose to cross my tracks do jth a s10w of indignation, 'what is your
ir ii t 1 p r , t .1 ii
'eft it at thc .eweler to have mother put jerk, and the 'good man' presented him-. 1 tic lollowmg curious narrative, toiu as jjou v 0 n ow me n x aon t settle you h for interiuent?J
oft it at thc jewelers to have another put J j 1 hein tnio. is from thc Water Cure Jour, pvetty " quick ;' and thrusting her hand
I, '.I .'l'
...i :i- 1 1...1 i.-i i i snnes: tne tioor stvunfr onen witn a ouick :
uiie neie uuu urohi'ii 0111 muri si.n auu , 7 . o t 1 . - . -xT.l . -
self, wearied with labor. oe Ia l- " rLrlV. iadn ns if .she wonld draw ine shillings,' was the reply.
-u t A look of intelligence passed between : - " 'adan-frer. . 'Well,' continued the doctor, 'just cdme
S.--An English paper gives a new use , his wife and himself; he too scanned the w.aS a school a close student, a'yng; The motion maddened-me, it brought into-, my office, and Xwill pay-for it: I
... T . , , ., ' . ambitious lad of sixteen, somewhat home- ... T , . . ' , ,.9 , , , A , ... . .
for milk. It says: A novel aiscovory ..'s facc Wlth an expression not evincing spun but str0Drr in uprightness and con-' froth to my."Ps- I struck her a half do- dont want to have you. round so anxious
has recently been made, which is likely satisfaction; but, .nevertheless, made him ! scious of power? My dear father was zeu blows quick as lightning ; she left about my health!'
to effec?tfrevifuioh come to' the table, and enjoyed the zest ' sick, and gradually undergoing thatgrand her dagger go and clenched me ; her grip tiq seiton wa3 soon CVcn with him,
'.-. i- i j. i . i i . i. u n. satisfied me that l had lound. my matcu, . ., i
In consequence ofthe advance m the price with which he dispatched his supper. metempsychosis which the shallow think? strength and that my skill' however. Turning to the doctor, - he re-
r ni; nil from 40 ner ton to 70. the n ru, ,i., naM,i fi. or cau aeattl- AC was a stormy ua
- i j.
' frnm the Miehitr.m Parmnr. on snvinrr
I O J -
the sexton, 'you' corn for fodder broad-cast or in drills.
ow Ions have ybu ' e have tried this ourselves, and found
k" i it most valuable food, especially for cows
1 i ...i. "ir ?j . , j
ana young siock. e consiaer it preier
able to hay. When not allowed to go to
ear, the stalks abound in rich sacharine
matter, and by the experimentsof William
Webb, of Wilmington, Delaware, who
manufactured sugar from it would appear
to be equal in this particular, to the sugar
cane. Farm Journal.
Erom'the Dollar Newspaper.
Piaster on Wheal.
nv-wl m tT o 1 in rtf 11llA"l1llltT O Til lOll
ffrf "llUi V v J ltfc.J JVUj llMJk J V WMW UVJ T .1 1 J f 11 , rX X cVO Cfc IJUAUI t 111 111 T WilUVJU uuvl u ma t
of woolen cloths,whou?e this bejeed to be kept ouly till to-morrow; ,ino T ct,rUm Lmv. .-nf ' bility as a wrestler, must save mc. I had Ah, doctor, I
uantities, have found out ' so the good couple, after due cousidera-' miles distant. My father bad written tne learned pugilism ot a cievcif ng isn tcacn- you ycL: .jja9lnasa
is the mother of invention." tj0n, concluded that as lonjr as he was that he wanted to see me ; he wanted to ;er an( . :. r v -Juil T rliv! good a3 if lias
A .t. ' IIMIMI I.IIlUUll. L llUUVt. II llbil X 1UIW
. in the neighborhood of ,1nmlp nun wnrL-m n lmnriiltr tnnv look into my lace he wanted to give me , . T ii- -fI: n practice.'
oil in large' q
One of them
- j a v j . . .. . 1 -v ; . . .. . . . ,
Thurlstone, near Peuistone, tried whether wouW retain him. . , . Judutt tJ" "jj ys ffe (I felt that my father and mother were rc-
milk mixed witb oil would not answer T One day in the middle .of tho wiutcr, 'mother. He 'need notave said it; I ljing onf ne, and I grew stronger as I be-
ihn ' nn rnrfct T1ir rimerimont evceeded nn,lln- rt-,Ur.A 'iM,liutA u -i T i. u:. v i,- fore Said.
1VC, VUSaeieu, jiliiajjuu auu ivi iuwcj
his most sanguine expectations, thc mix- cottage, made his appearance, and dis- Before I reached our door I thought ray
ture being far better ior thc purpose
olive oil alone. The consequence
been that milk has advanced to Is
a gallon, inthe neighborhood of some
the woolen cloth mills and cows arc
in?? bought ud in all directions.
.... . . . - 'I tnll oelnnn
was a brisk sale at 1'enistone market on evasively. " ZZ7;n u7lZhln nnd f nnk; rf ho unhooked his cloak
inrcrixt. ai.nivt In mr rrnmff nil fit. PVf'P ' nn TPhfr7 Whn IS In7 n'h.it Ii7 . ' - . ... 1 mi
.k.wmu.,, bw...0 . ......v.. , uou .. geal between mY father
Some time : since, in one of our finest
wheat-growing sections, T had occasion
to sow plaster over a field wof wheat, con
taining seven acres. The season previ-
canriot afford to bury ' ous, the field had been cropped with peas,
has never .been soj aU(l early in October, it wa sown with
' 1 l j. ll.. i C C. T i - it. .
een since you began to wuwrUB iUlu Ui " c lu 'uf. a"
r r Tirliirtri noma nn irall Knf trvr rxr vnthap
t VLUj llllllU UiU U 1TVAIj WUW IbTl A UlUbl
sninrlHritT on anconnt of thft nnt-worm.
ssince tne aoove conversation, neuuer, After th(J snor wenfc offj Jn the j
party has ventured a joko-at the expense.,..,. bushels of nlaster and soH
of the other. . Lynn News. ; ;f . f)in fio,,i innv:n i,ir
the centre without any, for the purpose of
testing its effect. Within one week, that
rTftiiir n nn , li'i ri iimi i-itriiiiiit.il n 1111 r i 1 1
than po3ed of his good readily, as if he had woul5 tire, out tCompieteiy-.nut it - Vanous attemns we ' found1 ' Whitd labor at this time is much chea
has Ufl ;t fn, , uiuuuu i auwuiu . . - ',r' , ...t. .MclrQ nH nnr;t.linn hlnek. and we areatlv wonder
"".ivi tui. i . i. . 4i .1 .ii. - i nnrsiiivKS. tu niiuu iiitcnutw v v i'" 1 a j
& 4d Vou liayc a. boy out there, splitting' nta . and went to 'mv bed in mv old 'ed hold.' J. got the 'under arm,' and I lift- ( that persons needing active men for or-
nf i T ., . , ., , ' -t r xi j . , t i r. d him for it was no longer her over .oinary purpose, uo not employ wuite ones.
ot wood, Isec, he said, pointing to the yard. room. ly father and mother I left, ed I urn ....writ was no t , J.,'. nn
he- ycs: do tou know him?' sitting in the kitchin, gratified at my ar-, my hip, nrew my eg a ,. . - - - -
" . . um i lit inn nn 'T.iii; iuiiii nitt: it iMjauiii" vuai u.i 1.1 ivw luuiw" nuui uiuv
Tl. , .. vi,.nl nnH Tkrniifl nt mn iuiucm,i""- -- . . P. " i . . ... ..
Aiiwiv; llfivn Keen im ' rnn 101 fir. no. hir . i . , w. . . ... . . , i,; -!,. i.f rt C S Nnhir iiuliif.nniltj whifi ninn
. ii I i ,r i i nrmifi im i lit ill I ; I iv iiuiii..-. uuu uj w. www. . . . .. . .".
o urn irn nrnn .inn nressea i"x '.v.
White and Black Labor.
-1 effect began to show itself, by improving
the color on the part dressed, in two
weeks thc difference could be seen at the
distance of a quarter of a mile, and when
harvest came, the part dressed yielded
twenty-six bushels to the acre, and the
part undressed was not worth anything.
it had become may be had at $M) per month the year' being entirely destroyed by the weevil. 4
. .. J - . . ., .. ... ill . 11." i 11 !
...,v,n.i i ti. t.ii.rln nm leaned nn round, and we venture tne assertion tbattiose aaiomtng was a miriy acre neia ot
and motuer. ,iuey 411 -. -.r .-.-4.-..- , . 1 . ' ni "
i pd whv I had like a cat Llis clea'c and u-oma)i-tooa one 01 tuciii wui uu uiuiu avi wiu iwu j uuo 'Ba"ua vu u's"iauuua
luireawiy . -. r j struck him before he negroes. In addition to this, the hirer slate, and inclining to the south, which ?
Tlic Love of Titles.
Jor plain republicans perhaps tvc are 1. 3 ,sentehb'c 'ten months.' He's
a little too fond of titles. These titles a nard ouo You'd do well to look after
are'not always the reward of long servi- 'jij,n
1 A. jail bird;' and the .pedlar swung his looked surprised, and in
pack ow uis snouiuer; 'ttiat boy, young left my bed. T Z's Wed sta-eercd him, grappled has no doctor's bills to pay, while the lost! had been fallowed and heavily manured
as htf 'looks- f saw in court myself, and Said I, 'has nobody been here ace..Ia f laborcr coinWoUt of his own before sowing. Mr. B., the owner, sent
. . I T II 1 .1.1..' ll . 1 1 1
ccs or the badge 6f real merit and distinc-
Oh! the're is something so horrible in ov nf von t
went to bed V
'No.' : 1
father!' llas.nobody demanded any m.on-
l'ere is a great disposition to use the word jail the poor woman trembled
rra Esquire at the end of a man!s as she laid awayher purchasos
.. . .... .1 i :. e',,,n ir-illreil to mv father. er
nor could 'Well,1 replied, 1 'there will be50uiebO(ij! . "rnri:- ' ; - .n
, nor couia r . , - i . n-nnfil , nwn: and I ..
1 1 come, aua tnat is wuy 4.navB xtJimiji MHj ;w ovm, .,-,i,.r.
boy in. and . . T ., ,i tUm wnnld. -rli.l nnn.niv mother was by my side, and- ,
mt dark part otl,ir A,-ii-inn to m'e. but a m v. bflothor. a boy younger than myselt,, f0
him again called on my mother to open pockets. It we had laborers to procure ms men to sow piaster on tue neia, ana
1 tbc d.ooVand as she did flushed him and the incoming -year we should most assur-! it was sown from north to south, and from
' kicked him out. I told him to take him- edly employ, w.hjte ones, .believings. e south to north. During harvest, I had
J..if .w'f ii.. Htntn nr T would nut '.'the honestly do, that. they arc fan more. yal-1 occasion to pass through this .field and
.:0.1IV4VV. - - " ' I f? " I .1 7- ' ' J 'v . ' irrt -1 ..
' . . 'QhAviff mi his track, and shutting the door, uable than blaok ones, and much cheap-; tound strips varying, 111 wiutn, irom ono
Ilere is an intimation of a field,
r cnternrisincr explorers :
A German traveller informs the Rev.
Philips, a missionary in North Africa,
t he has discovered a race of oicgrocs
tue tue term Esquire at tue end 01 a man as sue laid away
name, a sort of title that is perhaps the slid be easy till she called the
most common as thc quirk in a pig's tail, assured Jiimjthat.shcjknew il
Oaptain. Major, Colonel 'and'J'udge. 'are of his hdtory. ' . Heme i-pnlW.v.' ' v. wh.o was.awakej)od and crept out into the
conferred upon men who are as 'ignorant " Ashamed, distressed, tho child hun i My father smiled as if incredulous, yet 'kitchin. was ako thp.re, and father, pray- Dr.
. 7, , , ' , 1 , - . , r 0 U ,i Uo -cWrl TiA.Krfiver nor better ed God for His blessing and thanked' llinilha
, . . 'Biiiiiarj or m.; , u wm, , 3! At that infant, for owHj, 4 Wd mo for my,oop UMr tho Idhgdo.n of Bamb.rn, that arc
I'liiiiHi v 111 in 11 1 11 v :i 1 lni'inniiu i ihm ;iri' imr iiirii iiiiifitii iii?4 iiii.h iiiii vitmii i. "
J 1 " - '"""""" "o "- ' I' '1' 'I miT innfher
... i! - n , ... . , 1 'h .J- -i -i '11 . 'inymotner
is 01 oue-iiuc singing, oucn tilings give ana anguisn was patmuu a-s viviuiy upon a m atthe
scope for the most unmerciful ridicule, his forehead ;as. if the word were branded , I tlio't, to inquire
and there are few men who do not see the into flicflesh. v i-was wanted
Indicrousness of a title without the sub-' Well,1 he muttered his whole frame! and iu came
CnA rrf 4
stance. We have often laughed over a relaxing as if a burden of guilt $r joyl ... V ,f ' '.' .k'e'1,. ., Hie hmise. tracts !of laud in Africa, doubtless, inhab-
story of an honest Dutchman, who many had suddenly rblied off. 'I may as well Gl, --A., i.Q ,W kviLmMiiH awakened 'anfl'-left my bedito couitod by negroes who have never looked
years ago kept' a 'ferry at Che mouth Vf jgo.tpr.uin .aw,onst-,there'3 .no, use in the firoj:hen she diiovercd- me,- anu -Jl-ihndee' after my father safety,, lantUo .upon thc face of a Ia- rjt
.1 .r . :. - 1 : ... i . . :. , , ... L .... 1.. .r., ...... .'. i.j, n in.fl.e kl-irehtn. . A llitwentnroug travellers peueti.ato into tiiese
mywrying.tordo bette mn win beMiscovefed and de.
riTfrV ftVe.n.Of laAVtt IUrca?tllOmain -'liiamiw i-.iuBiuwun,.iW,n,.,-i.,vi).-.. , v - . ., " . ,v
1 11 .... i 11 itf nnr r r tin 11 i . v iinkH . . i . - r vitio nnri i-v i- u iiv it i i x lviif i tiw v .ii f
o irnrif nnntmiiu trniimn llftflrd 11PSS ftml D V U V li I Y " U I J U Wtf U nunwfcw JCW3 111 XUIIUIUU3 lliw au 11 11u.11 .v.v- wiv '-vu.i.
J ' . TT . XT 1 i.. .w. ! I 1, I. . V I I V II .i .? ri r .1 lr- J m H -
.1AW otonn n to t aS . Vwt1 W vnul' dmlhreVS . tfi I 1110 llOW 1 Vance. :Cany-UVL'lV liUUIIV. UtJ SUVS, liaa .111H, U! iuaijmmi, niatvs tu io
D"HF'"n "r' ' J w . .... n ,i V. 1 . I J-
'u,n. ;i,Am nnH what.. J en f l.etorefumd, . T i s vcrv among them the lawot 1U0S03, written on; can rarmer tuaiue.ua io,uu
IT II U ffU.J VUWt-w, ... I tan, ID V-J v..." J . 111 , 1 I t 1 i' 1 1 il
. .... t,.i 1.1 !.... .l iltUiin . Vn.r ottI- -.I '.imnlnr cr 1 in 11 1 n 11 1 .Mr crirn r.hsn
. the door suddenly flew open, hoodeduand cloaked man 1 nau: seen, r nau vnicmvui, m "h6" . f ' ? X . . . 7
J . - ... . v .1 Tl 1 I- 11. . I i ll.-k-k i i.-krti m i. ii n n tV- TT
i" , ,1,1 one l .1.1.:.. (l.r.afu rn mir f:if, her had Strilff-. tllC JTOniietS, ttiev UHVe nOUC Ol LUCUi m lu.w oan.-, ui uu.nivmucu nii.u
a LL'iiiuitJ n"3" ul- " '" uumuHuia 'uiw """; i - - .i . i 1 1 i. j -..i i a n
,i J3-. t.urt,,nnd !...!. ,,;.t, nn.i rmnnnered him in.mv wr t ncs. There are yet vast unexplored salt, or mixed with plaster of Pans,
A 'long-time Inhe-business5 "h'aU cohautl'despiscsmenobo'dy i'ca're for?m
vinoed him that all tKd Yankees ?ud the Im'ac..Cwello-nf.n rfiin attwdhst'i
m'ayaswclKgdHo ruin attwdhs't'.1
5f SUiSSpkI witf deWittedfSnado known to ma before they took place, veloped to astenish,andJPtoi:esHheor 5 bush, salt.' ,
foot to six, and running thc entire length
north and south, on which the wheat was
entirely worthless, which strips from eve
ry appearance, were missed through care
lessness in sowing, whilst the re3t of tho
field produced a very good crop, yielding $
at least thirty bushels to the acre. w. B. g
Madi3onCounty, Ala. 1852
ven of rich hog pen mauure, or well rot
ted summer cow-pen manure, and the corn
nearly or quite as good as tbc besV$fh
above, which wtis guano mixed with coli-
mou,Saltj in the proportion of 200 lbs, to