rue rowEss not deusati.o to the initio stati: i,i tri.i -tn .t n't-rawa. wa raimiHiTKu bx ir to iue srTn, ark eseiued to the mm REsretTivEir, o tothk reopte. j4twniw o A Conxi-.tution, Article A
j. AUSTIN & C. F. FIS11EU,
' ' editors and Proprietor.
ISO. XXI, OF VOL. XX.
(Whole No. 1011.). ,
SALISBURY, N. G, 1YOVEMBER 8, 1839.
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W-lL'M AND ITS BALEFUL EFFECTS.
. " lLMISTBATU Cm.NW HOT.
The " Chined Repository " fur April, 1637, pub
id at Canton, gives a curious and interesting
twounlofsonie paintings by a native artist m
China street, Canton, named Sinqua. Tbey are
lu'tice paper, six in number, forming a series, de
,ined to exhibit the progress of the opium amo.
J, from health and .rofperity to misery anddegre.
A.iinn ta fact, thev are a counterpart to Hogarth s
r..... Rake's Prm-rea. So far aa wo can
oaniojihe idea waa original with the painter, and
reirirdeAaa Wr works or art; the pictures areiry
, aean unworthy of notice. The figure, and
itutudoi are well conceived and drawn, and the
iiory clearly carried through.- .
The account of these pictures by the native sr-
ti o aptly illustrates IhO fearful twnsequetices
. which rnsult from arnoking opium, that I catitfut do
iilifef than trmisnribe-frotn- th .6o mnithm-4
ftriodical, the explanatioua wincn accompany lue
( Aulairat. . -a.. l ... ...
The aonof a"ceiitlpraaft"'t)f tortime,-1 father
j..:..- i..ia h vet but a voutb. cornea into
uJUon of the whole family eatate. The young
aw, 'having o tmutMi Af either huauiea.r
bnok, give himself up to amoking opium and
prcflmacy. -1" 1'lllu tim n,a h"le n"1""""")'
L..h,-and ha become entirely drpendenl
M the labor of hia wifa and child for hia diuJy food.
TUi novertv and miaery are.extreme
i .:i.in rnrpnis the voutil! man
' )aMwf richljwimrcd, in Rrrfcct Mth and tigm ,
uttouth. An elegant foreign clock stand- tm a
- sis'siift, w ki ptiri.i servant, and, atJiUJ di
tauce, a roan whom ho kP cMiatantly m hia era
ploy; waim. the drug Pw wa from the crmlo
wmn.-riarrtwW aJ wu(lit Jjouae
No. '1. In this ho i reclining on a superb
with r tip iri WmMK!h(
. una, IwVoCwhon, are young, m the cUaractcr f
urns ctana. money now goes without fct.y ro-
nrdjp ita amount. .,,,
" 3, After uo very long period of iiwlolgcnce,
bia appetite for the diug insatiable, and bis coun
tenance sallow and haggard. Ln.ac.ated, ahould
erahiahV teeth naked. Cce Jilack, d.mg from,
raorning to night, he becomes utterly
, In this ataia ha'aiu moping, oo a very ordinary
touch, with hia pipe and other apparatus for amo
, fiudinu Jlw Cheat emptied ot tta ireasui.,
' , with wonder at what she aeoa spread up the
' touch. , . i . , :. - ' ..
No. 4. Hn anUa ana oia nouw
. . l:J ...-u n,rff for some roueh board
and a ragged mattress; bis shoes are . off his reel.
:j l.. r.L ,if .rv. ss he sits bending forwards
standing before him, poverty stricken, f"C"'
- w,(h hunger i the one in anger, having da-bed am.
.k. a ... .it hi aniMratus for sinokingj while tlie
IHO uevr sua s- r . . I '
little son. unconscious of any harm, dsn"
handa and laughing at the sport. Bui no
not either the one or the other, j
Nr, fi lli.novert i dUdreas are now ea
ireme, though bis appetite grows Wronger than ev
. U i. . Head man. In this pl.gH be scrapes
U.(fether ft few C.pp . tur"M, tw'7.
' wis oTthTlrooking Wnises, to buy a lutle, cf the
' w.- n - , "
-i . n( stn.kiHasa ttltlikkfr.
scrapings trout me ppo
lay his tnsatiouie cravings. - -.
W a IUm. hia character is
SCm.l n'n a Umlmo chair, he ia coutinuaily swal
. lowing the forces of the drug, so bail that le re
euired to wash gdw-Jua.JhHtlJ!lK
.,i i.;t.t .ted near him, with skeins of ailk
"JffctJhW MiimiKveisf vm-mmornxmrvx
: wiling it off into bulls, thus earning a mere Pu-
- taiice for bis and their mvr ri4mS&M,
. from dav today a miserable existence. .
llicse picturwVfl it remewd-amsly-1
Rework ofa ClniHe artist. The explanations,
. - al., are bis, tru.iHtHtod from the original Chine.
- .Thy gis, iheiedute, the vi.presaion of, the
.binelul elllctof opium-araoking which wti.d
ohscrsalioa have nmdo, not upon any individual
.lone, but upoa uiullrtudoa of the Chinese for such
piclue .relcom.uo.ilv tha result, n ot a asaJar
notion in the mind ol an isolated individual, hot
.t . r i .i.... ;jiv nrevmla. Thev are indi-
I,. A rations of geMeiaet. dasa.
the community. 4 i'?""7'' i. . ,
One fact, iw tiotWAf. t)?J?l
; tt aiipeaf that the opy -ha auwkeda .R.a
J time. .Thus aiter haviiu aaiistwd the snore lusti
' ri,K appetite of the wealthy comer, the . ofiae.
' may serve in fid U -n d. prav.d ppei.ta in a
low clai Victim, and -thus o.i duuble the
J amount of ihief. This a,. frm tha ho-
r.i -i et.u. i....t,.r ! i he a-iries and also is
cuum oi mo iiim -
r ,,u . 0l,r"1 KV" 1 .d
iii -.1 l ..... .-..a a Kat.l mil lis H"
not betng paid. - "J navw , -j
man to the doctor, and if you In r rare, yaw
- almll bav, theuu" The J ' " J
. h.md j and alW a h
iva wjuiiifckl-The mtn'.'J . - - ;V
kiiM is wife f . -v'irv ;
-u ... a lnn olIHir souiLTs-r-"' anau wrs
' ' . . .... ..... amiLii! liv a whrim our
. Kill or firf.--A uociiir v..-, .-, -'
A 1 vy 1 f . B M diinroiw'v. liv we mt r
l miir nuin.n ntllluU nia WltO, Willi
-The..." ..id the pair aaan, ") haw
jal acninH. e. , . ,v ..... , ..wJ,.li :
TZ111 "it &5 nw.
The evmimjr whu iiruiiHv ant; -(iiir aimMir'i'UiH Ttit
I'lav'il IttB ammliHit .nuil uuilt-llr y. ''iff itirris and !ih
The hmiwapn, nutmu,iiiH'hi, Vuniim'ew, !a j
(4 (he bp Ot' Iheyvax, m int. Waul JLtV. "
For the Qamtu lit txte Uprwm mia. jpuswd iiunj thu
Left tier tiiIw on 11m- 4reaii!it; iT- annuil an tlia jaiit;
Mud tlif 'niilp of linriminiwp "ii- (. Ulu himnt..
"Auii ftixiu ib tiBrlimbifcH) tnuiif (luiii; itudlBuww."
- Ttie Hki(!k,1iJea Imiiiihit luMiiiavKtifiRiirdi
O'er the wnt tnrr iittiiruiiniijuir(d'azurai and gold,
Itot one cl.Mii at a llitiiuiitie ir.iu!ia,.aud' inurfHiB'd,.
'i'UI tU margin ilf bluet IhuU. Ulir oimlii, wid. asaL. -
We nard on tlmii,iiiilrarmiiidiurtij glow,
U'iieti a vkihhi uT IihuiiM tiijHrTf j.UIw oluuu
T artt He th- 'SUim, ar -Oi nnitiiiu
ar the Mocm,1Wtt rullfc.iiiiift tllniu(rti.!a-iigiit:aiid
ike a spirit, it 'come m wini uli a rttinn !'
Aa.d the eve and tiic iinvriiati'M na thHuittml form,
l'lirt It A d -Mr! nen:. iilii ain u W ratiw.
Hut ibigariufiitt ill liriplUirwuilumwll tta dark uslh.
In tlif litt-dF tte irmiulmrs.'aiOilinHl it atlwiL
O'er the rfcer. Ute i)l"- U1U awwd
And nver,.firyn,'ilhrij,.uniliwi!ttaiia-5w. to;gfit
As conscHnB." thy pmtt -auti ufhnth atHiyHri.
'Twu the imw iifhniiHffiim'u hmtt: in Bin oaadi
Whaae graap at Oflatiuu'lhi huiwhts niiami'd r
'Tans llie prem,'tir".tf ,-Cunl. :4ii iHwnlail iiuldiine
His ow truoi tne Hw,'W'tUriU!'iafl ttiua !' .
-5uihteiidIul,Ji ahnu ajTw'liHtnd. h gltawlfc."
Wlmn stormi-are JixiariuR;iMt;!Mfliniii)rbiBiiiidH,
The black r.louil ti 'Wiiiiiriilfwianiia uiifiiri'rti-
And tiiuiuier lit voua! .!. T.uibruaun. wurid :.
, "' ' . .' - '
In the breath or h miiaunia hmi AomBuiiTaJipirB,
And w bml w!tl.firrv,iit!TH DiiniWilh timt
And tlie awovu, auu uia uiUipufr.iiiiit4,wJttl -fnalS etrew
tlienlKin. ... ..jr.ii.-jr
""And vultures, and ui,iira!iir pwsaf f alain.
Tfut such waa IhelUuilMJViilafl ainI ana ?
... Winn arch ww.Termctmn, n t)WHH-i Snn i
A puviHmB-UjKwnHtd itiidti 1itr Eny grauad; " " ""
Aud Justice and Slurr) iihb DlHnn,aniL amnrmiadi
A winl!. and n BWBH.U Wrt-iiwirtrtif'riaiini
""'ii'iae Lit- fer a 'limll'tHsmiiKUB Tiitw a'ar ll'm uiiuu ,
'I'hen leii the uarl m?ii(- !mii iC mUreu,
As Luve had ju JvainxUat-ur IEliBi Had' aayirod- .
I pazed wit aluiw unUiifiiirautsjfT rhg fWIr
Tnall who bwhold.luMmMiHsltalimiri . ..;
jIts.jrrnKnKX'lJ.' h-w.m-'jtti.dTtri- fiurf?1" ""
Imvh full beartexjmiuiutli w1 auinn,aiul. adurad.
. Like a vittii 4Jic iOBwrmr rf Jfcimiii r a da;
Tbal boa from "m mrL ifmmtt lie aw awav ;
lfce timt vt tt, ntnf tmwiwi ttlt - Ui aa bunt
'Tm a pnrture tn roennpw flullnutll dtrtfne..' -
V r.htlie atTimf iul uiipnvanimr a"1"" liK aatiMT;
A larii nftn bump lieil mwmmfmh..
"3S,Wi2 'iio'tliai Wuutt, Jiiifi'SrWtiirrrtWf itinnr"afmir
- ' 1
Kinal U ikr iiavm"i'3ff-- Of sw Beiieve the
German iupff,lnnpnmiin,iif Hiriinvhae iirwmted
nuclune iiu -ubifliuiic SinrrwB xupi Lt jut cou
ored jiwiurea winch auo Haw mmuiua thorn the
Daguarreotvpe. Fie auimr msw UtUa? slender
mam whom Bttm (flnruniti mmn mm observed
in the M oaeum ti Eerim, wnerer He- tn be- sen
every week. Iiintwtl niraciilimjr; ohiMUti ifia gaf.
ierios aud aaniining tttw aoiuu onnittinc, he was
alwai'a iu the Fiuuihifa aruum, atmiimadl bHiire- the
-TeTnatntfaoew4wwwwa?Mr'w nw'" mbmuu.
lii.buclt,Jiujajbw a-fts, ftaufl aiiww A pktursv
and aittnubR-Wurttaaunir B dinrreierv
which will furm an Siva im tftse liiaturf off Bsantingv
M. Lmnmann an aneafwuiir nmwi that inenum
,.f . n.ir-i.iiK- riur amirniiifflimr '.ill Daiiilinir; and af
ter lnu year uf jmnewrRiitg um: Her ha succeed
d hpvHid all! estwraauim. JU hi asaufenste- are
to'W'seen a TXHdwS"A"jpsk FffiaFvirlSa;'ort"
Rembrandt, all air:ttmir; ni rrnnilou isemniance
to one antltbotu 33.t at i airHiawit tilia, ha
owosoofBU Wlmti iMte sjimwfeBa prtsatirme
be jnust iisve aiifcrrerJ im wrmiiiin ntw mwwv. ens
nnt Im1 svwhinrrthia aiwatHin-wma b re war
ihwL With ilie wsnmamw of twwwsortbjr maid
omutl lie haa luWreni! liar mini sr vearsv nigif snd
day, tnak mg amliiigwnra ss rniffic ai peuctuw live-
ti ill Mali. "Tlie mte iwi!iHiiicinreiMnsincei is inat
Tib did a Trrcani annUi- unn,iftt sopy of the
pictura, 5tt Hea A hiirmr ttw psvtav so lie: had
ia 1ms rofflfl star waitunj; true miuwwm. Thus on
one dav ft h ntn'n, iniurtW trwr nossv aa a
i..,i . innk rf Uaiadhafiteai town, which asuat
1 iiave Tetiuived ikuh-war ffia enTnpletiia of
shL h -tut jwanuneu wore hi nnwuuini iu
one onbe '"WstnTrtf e Insax! Wsamnr. smf iw pre.
tlie mmira.lfflmifflsB flmnnramrs
ti STOitt" n tneniautu If""""
LeijinniTMiBssjrjeslii b swrtlkts,, and to
Lt. h..rt m 7,ii fur Sir m mmnu Hie inwfutlon
excites untvoraail DnnsrfUm Jtirmiry
Rm as SHOwn-Mm iMit ia tha earthly
lmm nr fwmita 2 A ftw wtm, mmt trtna who
' " - v .... i fv...H(- mwr-ir(l Has wrfl
nilsHT sWUiilTsaLmll lilt it
lwL Tlie chilrrfn,ww ir uhpietat of twidor
stiliniiiidn, il! thww irrw" tirf snd! gnne
their treee-tMW Jtttttmaj at dhu. woriov A frw
mr -w.wa,ua l,iU"wttii 4iwE ijs-rnta wilf Have
'mmmi W ihie i.i".U- t.c. Tkeir narnevwdl
ootnestiP svca iiifl "rmH, Inawmrsa. ami? sua.
" .tows, m i 1 nl (&rj!3" hfIT- -, EMT
, Viean in
iirhri -oKeuutvuil he mimiitenng
ksU JLa w fii t;l; p t tins I'm whole
... . ni'iu:it ftir seine of ihe
. .r. -,1.,,-t. ,ie ni'iu!it. Mir seine oL liie
atronsest :fi:luic mUr L lt h,,'
dure wuaii.-:l.iro aii'-cnmw on o:w
1 -.a cirr. siut'l. rnii-irnry niiiLv wnn
(n-tUilIl V li'i'C mWl" tl'
..irtiweart Itwiiii-i w itrHrt.miil nirt
1 3".n''.lii"ipRf iW'Ml. t;ti iiotaiu
j,aXfifi. rfC aj-.nii.-o in IM
, w- nf B
t " neH..J v a,
. Jo d.r. "tr- ..r . f
i ; r .
if-f'vtr.ujtui-i'tii-i ind.hi.t Tliougii
H hmtiira of a family may seem to be forgotten
whon th liut me in her of it wtia laid in the grave,
the memory of it still tives m mimortul bloom, and
when the circlo is wholly (.issolved on earth it is
agnui :onljlt'ted 111 JI.BaVetl. 1 "
SlioTEaif, RILSON AND UOPH - - "
It 'us seldom that we meet with a passage mure
truly eloquent thun the following. It is taken
from on eway by the Key. E. Peatwdy, of Xtv
.iBtidlafd j.- jfa,',:,,. t i ,;,...!.. ...-..;.
Night cornea over a ship at sea, and a passers
ar liugers hour after hour alone on the deck.-
The waters plunge and welter, and glide away be.
neuth Ibe keeU Above the aaila tower up' in the
darknesa, almost to the sky, and their shadow falls
aa tt were a burden on the deck below. In the
clouded flight no star is to be seen, and aa the
ahift ahaugej her course the paaeenger know not
which way laaaator jWer, or north or south. " VVhal
idluntin, whut sunken rocks may be on ber course,
nc whut that oourae is, or where thev are. he
know nut AN around' to him ta Myntrry ; be
buwa down in the aabinisaiun of utter ignorance. "
But men of science nave read the laws of the
hy. And the next day this passenger beholds
the captain looking at clock, and taking note of
me place ot the tun, and with the aid of couple
of! books eompuaed of rules ami mathematical ta-
ble, making calculations. And when he-has com
pleted them he in able to point almost within a
hand'a breadth to the place at which after unnum
bered wimhiigsjie naa arrived m the midst of the sees.
Sturma may have beat and currents drifted, but be
knows where they are, and Ihe precise 'point where
9 hundred leagues over the water, lies hia native
shore--- Here i Rtao appreciating and making
aae-oC the- revelattoue ( if we may so call them)
of ariencew - -."
- Night again shuts dowri over tbo waste of tTie
a)sa.atid, the, paaae ner. behtttaVa -auigle-eeaiitaa
stand at the wheel, and watch hour a(ter hour, aa
it aibratea- beueaib a lamp, a little needle, which
points. everraa it were a living finger, to the ateady
por:-"--' -" --r-
V Tl)i man knowaaothiDg of tha rules of aaviga-
tiif, "within but the eonraea of the sky. : Hut rea-
auu mvfl ejijermnce nave given mm iaum iu we
cuinmanding officer of the shi faith in the laws
ttiat eoutml her course taiih in the unerring tn
Bagnty of the- tittle guide before himr And so.
without a m rig ta doubt, he steers his ship on accord
iiigtri the" prescribed direction, through night and
the waves. And that faith M.not disappointed.
With, the morning sun, he beholds far away the
summits of the erav end, mwtv biEhlands rminc
like sluud on tlie huriyoo and as he (tears them,
h htila appear, and the Ji((b,t)oueea.l (tjo entrance
of the- harbor, end faiglrt of jt f Uhi spire of 1 lie
churvhns, and tha shi;iing' roofs," among whjcljJrtB
niea w uciecr nia own v , r t s.
Look on tkit jtUttvre, and on lat.We were
airiica whr uie conirasi oeiween iwn letters, re
ceived at our office the other day, from persons re
siding in the same village, in this State, bntfi of
vahem. wet two-years tn arrears for (be Sew ork
Mirror,, ihe first was as follows:
Sis Tours received 1 enclosed you ten dol
larv If you write me any more dunning letters I
.sbali-stoa your paper."..-., y..r,.
Foetase unpaid. f i
The second letter (on which the postage waa
paid; by the way,) was as follows :
lhj! oraaent ..himea. tea doMars
m m ui"iiiiniitrvv. mnr.tnmm yiui lies mnimi mm a
foe act attending to your claims at an earlier date. I
lows eonfially, etc. . i ; ' ' " I
Wa need not ask who was the reasonable snan,
tha gentleman, in this ease. Few persons have
any flea of tha innumerable expenses attending a
that all demands thoogh severally small snd apps-
rently trtning, should bs collected to form a re-
sfieetable aggregate. It n s;v.ite as anplcasant to I
duo aa to bs duored i snd, if this mot were but du
!v eonsidered. there would be more tolerance in
tha world Pieto Y. Mirror.
FOB, THOSE WHO THINK.
A noisy virtue is always of doubtful elm racier,
The? bravado is seldom brave. The bumble man
moat' deeply larnenTJTbra pride. An empty wag-
eta rattles snore than one well ladeu. A boaster
use vanity. ..,;..? ..
It is no proof of our innocence that we protess
great detestation of any vie. ' The proud man is
often more offnoded at the arrogance of others than
hia bamble neighbora are. The esesiKepirited
man ofVen professes treat contempt for cowards.
-KiuIiiih dasevses- the tiairte of -wtsdowwhich
aarrakssof curmina and tnea. .
Wawfwaw wsBvv knew all ta-e thoogfrt and
felt by those around him, be woo Id - into tne
witnVness ; and if society knew alt the thoogltta
and feelings of any one roan, they would anre btm
into tha wilderness. T ...
. - Carnal knowledge puffs up. Saving knowledge
exalts by humbling. . .: ,..
No man ever knew much who did nov prize a
good undersunding above all riches.
If vice is ever us own numnmel
caje of the irritable or auspicious man. IVmV
man of the South : . . . . '.
Tlie heart bf man can love as itoeply' and It
fjmdit as that of woman, and who denies such Ca-
paWiiyV Rhels if
or wmso either, worn by the ouch of follies and
vice, wwn loses its power 'tcyfove? the irmA ii
limfiineu, and the g-d will,flo longer dwell therein.
Woman tinted called niwn to paa amidst the fonl
and pnlluling things ...of eartlir keeps tha heart a
bright garment loiisrr in its lustre that lustre
which, like the blontu upon the unplucked fruit, is
hiit at every touch ; and this is why fo fi w men
arc fiHind.ro love with woman's intensity ; because
thev have staked tho fortune of Ihe heatt UKin pret'
tf throws, and lont piece by piece.
V man to be agreeable snd g-xnl company, nmr.t
think oieelv and readily upon what is. saidhave
a wod fumi of it s mithful memory, and n sttua
ima-iT'-.'i "i i he should also be master of bis
mother tonpie, for without this, (lie best thoughts
w,!V fnil to please. . . t
. IS THE MORNING OF LIFE.
Iu the morning of life, when its care are unknown,
And U plearJirvs in all tlieir new lustre begin,
: When we live in a brirbl bmtng world of our own
And the ligiit tint aunounds us is all from within i
Oh "lis not, believe trie, in Dial happy tuna,
' Wa can love as in hours of leas iranaport we may :
Of oar smiles, of our hoiws, 'tis the gsy sinnnmr's prune,
. But affectum is warmest when these fade away. -
When we see -the finrt chirm of our youth pass us by ,
Like Jof on tlie stream that will never return, - v
Vfhen our cuj),'whichjhad sparkled 'witb"pVjure"r
t rEngbT-. .'""7" .' 1 " TTT '
Now Utiles of the other, ibe dark flowing urn:
Then, then is the moment the stfection can iwny ..
With a depth and a tenderness kiy never knew ;
Love nursed among pleasures, is faithless as they.
But the love born of sorrow, like sorrow is true f
In climes full of sunMhioe, though splendid their dyea, -'
Yet faint is the odor the ftuwirs shed about ; 1
s'Tw tlie eloudaand the mists ot bur own weeping skies,
That call tfccir full epirtl of frtgrancy oat.
So the wild glow or psmion owy kindle from minti,
But 'tis onlv in irr.of true aflectkm appears; -
To tlie magic of smiles it may first owe iu birth.
But the soul of its sweetness is draws out by tears
, A Wet Wedding.-
.U:. ,L Jhaa daft tlwloskkaksw in I h ldSallrkl 1 1
. . . . . - k a Va (
beeoLdebya worthy couple to got married.
Tlie day waa fixed, ari ever, 11
anfortuna.ely.the river' Lug overflowedand tlra
spot where church tooda. deeply inundated
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"c. : Dcterrutne J, J
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. the water was rery deep made. -Tbey, however,
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procured benches, upm which Ibey stood, whilst
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the ctergvman tied Uie nuptial inot in water prooi
U. $ " . , . .I I
A leaf firm the Public Album, kept at Niagara
FaOt. The falls are clever ; quite so but tbey
do not hanswer my hexpeciatioiHi. . I got tboroog.
ry-welted by thftm.jand test my tr-wnen
weather is ot, I prefer looamg at an nengravwg
-of them in the 'ouae.
- - l.qr Inland.
The fulls are certainly very pretty; 1 think
thev would look sweet bv moonlight,. ...
tarofiae , of naterig rtace.
-r If all the water that ever fell
. Over.liia Mis, could be, .
Collected together II. one place ; ,
T would make another sea.
. j U. B. of Sngahtcil Conn:
r.Tbsra cams to the Falls a Poor exila.of Gotham,
, , . VV.rto d wcH. Wiui oohght oa the one icw lis aa w .
But he dufst not go' o'er to lbs Casaaia'saieV ""
Fof Tear of some ii mteroational li,:
B. T. W WaU srrefc .:
s"-Let-4Hss ho - call water--a wealuleinrBt ob
serve its strength here. Nature is generally wise
and pnrdentf but-hera the ti itnprwrrdent ; the
water-power wasted here, at a moderate eaicuia
water-powsr wasteo nere, ai a mooeraie icuiau
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linn, wmin ir nrrmnriv niainraiiBfi. lie aunicietii luri
titty aaW-BlfaV-j- , , -
V . iyeimg rover, of Lonn.
jaanagtmrm ifwict imh ucmnng.i iruc -
..... 1m. D ...tt. ltn k.il A nfrftlnHI llin. 1 K.f
iimwiyii, - u . . v.. jr.w. .
Hniii.i mi MnM irtr ar. m iwii mm nnimrruui v.
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A gentleman came along, who told htm that be
must not beat biro any moref .- vv nat anau iooi All thia may be done gently and if blow soetns
the waa : ay hotss has stood hers these) twoho baneeessarrrletTt bedone arith awhinv muea
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the horse most gu, bot you must not beat him any
"ovao. - me rope was onoi, ticn nn "!
na lom P"" swiwwsn bis ig lurwam , um m
lTO a pun upon in iwf a ,r,K"'"
eneo, ana snowea signs oi aicaing ; ne comtinreo 10
P"H h hor suddenly started forward, snd went
hd seen that method tried on jackasses in South
Atnerica with full success. ' If you doubt it, try
for yourself , ,
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'""A Stammering Pmn-K waggish fellow, some-
" what troubled with aa impediment in his speech,
whose quibs and quibbles have been heard and rel-
ished by many of us, while sitting at a public table,
had occasion to use the pepper box.. Alter aha-
king h with all due vehemence, and turning it in va-
rious ways, be found that the cruahed pepper-corns
were in no wise inclined to "com forth. T-tthi
. this p-p-pep pepper box, he exclaimed with a lace,
twos grin, is so so-so me-aimething li-li-li-like my-
my-myself.' vThy sot ' interrogated a neighbor,
P poo-poo-poor dey -de-de-oeli very, 'waa the teply.
.HOm. : ''
' Matthews went once to Wakefield, theo - from
....I I..I..M. in . Mala I. '..lalul I.Lu i .Li II. - I
iiiiHmn.wi mii.im ... ... ..in
! did b linnrer Mrfnhnitsbiy Ywrth
the Torkshireman csme noj When he procraased
rtS Edinburgh i ft tend iakad him if tie made) much
money in Wakefield? Not a shilling,'' waa the
reply. "Not a shilling," raiterated his astonished
acquaintance', ?-1hy, didn't you go there to ttar 7"
" Yea," replied Matthews, with mirthful mournful,
rtess but they spell it with a in aaerietd."
Vlfana TfaHag. On the last 4th July, the fol.
wifiatuasL waajjircn. at A-eji crnjcelefiraUQH
" The wretch who would refu.ie to defend the
libertios of hia countryishod wit lightning, inay
ha be condemuod to wander over a desert ot gun
powder r:1- .
.J. John IV,"c-f Portugal was mfst jjraterully tbank
ed by a courtier, whom he had reiused an appoint
ment. " What, do yim thank nie for a refucil f"
"" Mid the King, " Yet," replied the courtier, your
jr.;-jwty might have kepi me in groundless exjioc
tation, or in suspense, either of which would have
been my ruin." ' . .
n I say mister,", said a little orrhin to. a man
witR a pair of Italic eyes, " waral you bora in the
middle of tba week!" f ' ;
' No, vou little d I ! Why do you ask me tbal f
' "Cause, I didn't know but you moueht have
been, seem' you are all the time a holin' bath
vayi for. Sunday" ' ' f ....
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I We ihmild see an Englishman when we want to
tniiiK, anu a r rKocuiiuo 4nea wo waui iu con
vert. . w .""
Uanagfment op horses. x
Desultory Oburtatimt on Brtaking, Prttdin,
and Managing Uortti, and Trtating tome of
their XicMi. ( ,'"',4' ' "v
To nn EDrroiorraa Franelik Faskkb;
I have often tliotiglit that the horse was much ne.
fleoled here, in tMiiiipriaiMi with any other stock. (.
do not apeak of the race home, which ia not, in
my opinion, of any use to agriculturists nr farmers ; .
but as being only tlie mean of gratify tug the na
HUonal taste, rather more innocent or agreeable than
tho Iiulljtgli in Spain. About forty years ago,
horses were generally handsomer and better in
Kentucky, than they are now ; but as soon as our
attention wift lumed ta rnuaitrisT mnlia turn Knraui
Inurope, boresa were d.vled in-
JPjj tbc carnage horw, tb. bom of b-uden, and
VW orpoaa,.. Drangh t n, work horse.
must be, of a strong make, taller than the others.
and yet be active and auppte iu their movomenta
hi. height 1 or 16 ha.X The horse of burden '
iniiwvi uj litativ vi ilia nuvi ivt mrt riifiu 1 ijoTf
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dmg or saddle horse must be slender snd e ecant
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in a II hia liinha and mav be within 15 hsnda. It '
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u .uurc..' ---"J"---'"n ,BwHa.rji,,asifong--."-.
i oreea m toe araugm and riding CMwea combined
lf mon hig -.j,. lhBr. : v '
iDD01, . h would be sold as sne.fi I .nJ ..,.ld
M ,xlrt profit wilbout , .Tbf,
ifo fa the EmTSt "ifrTiimied to a
nun number of mares, would h.v a h.rdv ,nA -
woro out Xne 4njM, njnwef woud ,
preserve bis strength along lime unimpaired and
eveo be worked with great advantage to bis owner.
The extreme plurality of mares, bred to one horse, ,
is one of the causae of the degeneracy of horses. '
Tbe choice of Diarea is-slill mora important
than that of the horse ; for many colts resemble
their dams, roore than their sires ; and this is sn-1
other cause of degeneracy. - The education of '
horses, like that of men, begins in their infancy.
The care that is given to Ihe nrnre nslufajly eu--
Dies a person to (ouch ana caress tlia. cull ltaclf.
which loses its shynessand1 becmiies gentle and
sasy to break to bis future labor.. Out although
be miy be broke even at two years trtd; "he irhwild -"
nevsr be rods or worked until he is full three i the
too early "ding or working a horse being a most
niciww prmctic, kai caum 0, iy, , T
oreaa a norse, is loaonen an excuse tor nreakina
l i. l . ; . a . .
I ni, bo oor TO-0ilurW6rf"lliiilol'li
pM)r BM(lM to rewJef hiM ovfuL At twa
I yaara old he may be made to walk the ring hy
1 means oi along wainern line in a circle. Alter
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imTiug uc-ij iiius pmriicca in waiingt give a -
I i. K n, iinA it k.M . I y
I mi.i, vi iiuv ..u m ni (tt yo IIIH, luKllJJF vr tlJ.
hia hind feet do not touch and cut his fore feet.-- ,
naT tiled" t rocuw obetIiefice.Thia-aaav be.
i a s v .vMwa im wuva sjMia noi auu vuilsj
con begins to oodersuod what is wanted of bim, ,
nnan put a waiiaet oo him witn a girth during brs
I exercise, IDon a light weight, tiasreasing in pro-
1 portion to lime sod strength, or as he will bs
wanted as a beast of burden. When (wo and a
liumiertAy.Bay mmait I ha colt, whila
j, walking tba ring, but rH as yel at large. When
hYjbas acquired a good trotting gait, take a longer
line, and two persons ar needed to , luarn httn to
pHlmp'iMi leap ever looa pole, low at first andL .
rsised higher by degrees. The work or draught '
horse Deed not practice leaping instead of which,
he must be taught the JuiiM-aa and to pull licht
burdens, with stnall wbeehi, so as KUccustom tho
e.dt to draw and to the norse j this last to be in.
creased by degrees, to aa nut to scare him, and
moreover te use him not til be frightened at any '
noi in future. All this DractUimr miv kit until
tba horse is at feast three years k, at which sg
the back bone is strong enough not to be curved
inward by the rider or weakened by overstraining
pulling. - if?- .
Two horaes in Eurooe are alwavs kent in the A
I stable, fresh litter being spread every night for his
i irwn biim inrnn mnwj .w ire ,. ri iu 1 1 . i n is lui
in bundles, the hay of 20 or 23 lbs . the straw ...
about 10 lbs. Rys straw is preferred. . .Doth are
put in the rack. Wet bran is sometimes niied
with oats. Perfect cleanliness is kept in the sta.
ble, the horse fe curried, brushed and combed 7
every day and taken to the river at least twice a
I week u possible to wash and bathe,' In the court.
try, bowea are ollen red with chiipped rye straw,
and barley meal. In France, the bay m made or
different kinds of srasMts unknown bar, hhm nf
"which" contains mors saccharine and uutintive mat
- The parent which has had any quality good or bad
deeply impressed upon the constitution by inheriting it '
through a long lint ot aneeatry -will commonly trans- -
mitibia qwlity to the offspring. Tberefors if oas of
the nsrentsis well, bred ittist is, hashiidjbe protninenj,
imaia nnslkhw of Hit aneeifla f frrwl tn ti. ih.wii.
w-th lines Of tncestrv, or Irirwttrh the several convarff-
ing linea, withmrt a ertws trim animals of inferior qua). "
tty, and the other parsnt ia without krrtding, that is,
bsa no distinctiva quality inherited throui'h a hne of -sncestry-then
the oflkpr.ng Will cominonly if not in
variably rcoemWe the well bred parent, whethnr male
or female. . Thia principle is well exemplified in the
colts of Imported tiufiurd, which roxemble Uis- aire,
without exception so tar ss we have seen or beard, in
color, and generally also m fi-rm, to fares the former ,
can bd judged of st so early so sgs, aotwiUwUnding
tlia great diversity in the color and form of the dams.
The principlsof which we Speak walso strikingly ex- -
nipnnea in uie uevoa cauia, uie ouieat ol the tra
proved stocks, snd ot coarse that in which the neculi- .
aritioa of the stock are rendered moat tboroufrhlv en-. -
stitutiunal by long inheritance. The peculiarities of
UtBJtackinrariabiy pradnminsta in tlia bs it, aK4ev
hi the quarter bloods, eocially alien the croas n with ,
nmmpruved stocks. i Vox . ,
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