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dumber 21 o Volume 21. j V
SALISBURY, N. C, KOVEMDEIt 21, 1810.
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Yu hi ore attention, all lol'i-rn ad.liec'd to tlio E-l-1
lurijH biMUte, mutt 6e Jree.if Pumue. .
MISCELLANEOUS.
'init tLe Ijuuittn "iilttr.
ttiiin i i n. iMM'ti
limbed ihIiit il!iaf !liifMl. ..H h its pa
iili church ovfVj;ruVn U(i ivy tin llm South bulu.j
jiie jiaianituc lumso idXyei V llioch Uloi ntlior 'pars -in.
'I, and the Squho's OiaiMioti on the hill, villi ii
i.,tl L'hna mid r.ioltDlT. iaNu
It ku Mlmt I Imvo H'n
oim -iK.-a i il;o uti
Ul li.ilf 8 '" CuiillH ,
iii'mtr. . . .
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man
Ain, vie ctmrcli wuruon m Kei.ruia
Trriu and 'Willi WiO ui.rJ, uiiAithu Tikon to Uvyi
ti.in uian. with n nule f..c. The l-Vivher, loo. has !
. .. ,.i,i ii.lk,.! i uml r iH m' nun niiiMler m tun
'lou! (.1
ll.u. l.u!l, fati) asred as u tosai. . . ,
u2i. tiiao-4JiaiirJS--fU'iWii Ja -h
-muuv
oibera, mule end fcutalc, vl 'd oungt iiiile and
wsijilc, all of tltnisi vH vvoitliv-t-iiiig iiitryJuood
into Una nairutivtf but a saeha proceed"'!
nuU intcfl'cro wuh nor prent ol.ji:ct, wo' auM
live lU'lii to bo fitvtially dinetlla-d by those w
lave mure tult tit una more l"iuru. Ut e pt'rxoi
t.g; hoivevfr, we imrstiml "forget esju-i'ihily u lit
..JI'iJaM.UiL4'lJJWajml boiuul tm bistorj-
A Mr. I).ni"hi. has ti.kmi lolgiug at the vvnlo
FreeiMU , hot m tho village knew next to uoVj.u.gj
( lr.ru, mid l Ins cot.cn.s, so the Rood p( ffio
sere at u lo how to speak ol h.m, o.io to auolUj. ,
Jie-tiua a civil, wcu on lavey man, reaprcuui m
lim rich, a:id kind lo iltu poor bat no one can livo
l ing uny.whci least ol. all in a vi.btgo, itii
t,tiy..wnc.c:. n.i.1 o. w a vi.i.igu, wtvt. ,
i.,uktng I.. onus or fies ; anJ (lonhilc;ijL.,kv.
WuuTii TiuV0 t-"l a:l "Ur iutiu.aiiv.il j
fit
( 44pti"-w-itkie-iio-nvo-f tn (!v rwimanrwj
1,1 Uiu.u urouno !.u:i, ).oi (i tiot ueim lor a circu.n
st.uci', winch, lor a time, pri:euli:d tho uoifhyl
, ii.li i; i!aiiiol 1 c-wiord Iimui u.aBtng up their mtnds.
1 Ite lawyor, though not professioiiully emplticil
liV'.Mr. lA.ugt..f. n fl I'l-covi-li-a M UIUI was peno
I'Y '... I limll!0, II W l-M ...... j't U.J I
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liie ttluHtidn uf a boggart wKj"cou!J t-iiptu-l lorti
tt,idi:i uc!i ciicuiiiiu.ii.ts, tlftt-thl- viligr of
Yswi'urd cOulJ co.im to arty satisfactory concluvioii,
I S.iU.h n.'ooalm.i io vvoiviv il" l-tt---"'-yH
I...- ;11L . ..I 11.1 l.'-.l t.d.ri.l li
l.iioivii K, - V ' "'
iiwswss, was cuikr. "i uotu in li luiin : and by u
e
grvos, an opinion got abroe 1 that he was oor. ' Fur
suii.e uioiithilio aas d p i'icjoal tu Ins payments,
tiKii s.i, liir it sooioliiuus. hapieui!
d-nnnT3cT
waa sadly bi-ynrnfttme. " , ',
Al Icugth Kaiem apjieared which most pi-opto,
wiielliur livmi m lun or country, are quick to
u..duisiund-A lew articit-s sent to Mr. Douglats
by tlie vdlago Uropur wete not wid fur on d.diveiy.
The batcher l.ud u s.uill uccouul unsettled, uud
sidim ..Free man hnd t.hispcrcd to .Mrs. IVikius,;
the iaWieuli, v. if-:, that hef lodger for the lo.il MX
U..I.II..S-, had nrt pa d her a ing:o aixm-nce. ,
woro m tUu critical st.uo, aud the repu ,
Titiju wf "DoJg'a hUiig'tremlniug to tha oa!- j
- iw, i.l.e:i ajcwvf the ullage wort hie ui'-l Pi-!
yjini-f cr.U Bali, to sclilo J.iiCi'-u.g counuclcd j
i'u the Aur rsttn. ' ' '
Tu.) i i.iMirthtit alLircrtltn parish bwiug' i!).--r
tilled, t!is lawyer wok up the newspaper, 'which i
Ua just been LrvitH. in by ttie landlord, uiot soon .
rea ia a tamd i-.iaiiiior, tha following anBotti.ee; j
UiUi ; . ' ' . v - - . !
"The loiig-pendKigcause.'Djuglasarcrwi Par-
--ktf-xi at Ui.iglU dotalCJT'Tlid aiufifl -pfOVcilj
s -JO.C.S iul."
Ttie lawver Smm!iatHlv threw down the para-r
-irtu1aUoriv3i3;i'
ldjr tJcVpcoltd,"Said IieV uu
Ifttrhao,
AiinhW to iim bvl'on) bo ' commun
coiiiu.Liiccd his suit, I ,
-JtU itve shJ him builill fiouudsr-: A 4.0 -lim.1
Uj hoii cnuipn nieuti lo-lake aucll a cause!
iota court.' , Iiul I s how tbe case stood, ho has !
lci;a ltd uu b a sivmdlmii attorney, who will now j
iu t likely attest him for ci :s. t?o Mr. Doog!.i
ii cad o! hav i..g nut roll of five hundred pounds ,
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-1 never thought lhat he would help in pay poor
. nte said lira viiiari;! waiUoo.- ,-
.wwr, " sltcd- tn butelwr, ' wa it "'
1-Uly U,il bo viouiJ p-tir iiwir r.itu, wlifcu he
fcy-ai'. pay Lis UtcaC." M I It has ma t ; iin
lx4 fr ...:r.u i.aia p.u.t, tlMthuuo'olo would. s ue
. hi suuc K.in.tf, and t twU t.iy Wtie so. - w "
i ti i
JJr. Dou-lu-s lakii a ten irotn nse
f were able to l.-tiutt tii.i,nu tne
school
' .'.o I,' dciiiCung Ins 'opitumit had lit
"rtty catcwUlwi U.s uV'iTil uJ lo-, ho might
, Ue ticca itaaso, h,. I l io iajiu total of all Ins e
l1; t,:, i i,,,iv ani'Miiil to a cip.Kii. '
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t 1.4 ...'ltl'l-l IUWU VI -
' a.," .a.a t..o i.oau-Jaw ; '.' lor, tlMMigb he c -oid ;
. I a IMir'tf.Nt'. ho
.W ..mM ..p lo lake a mug of ale, or
. . . . IS ...... itV. . p. ul
a .
' wi.i..v unU naier, ifoui uov t
.iifttlw,-r-ilusjcer, Ira hu tuoip no score at
til
' But). ii.l VI :.t'u imoiIv good car Utat tie no
4 l:ca a moo v.i toLcco without paying fi-r it-
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Ilia oi wdv. but alt tlOIflli ill
lioaratice lud ulreudy b?envPXfPCi-d, nJ that it
wan lili tibio to li t Mr. D iuIhw und-rMuild, thai
mi ujiMart liViog imlhiitg but a trumpers clnim to
live hundred muU a yeur-rtf sujinorl him. would
no lunger lie Awtiiooutci d li tiio worthy mliuu,i.
-lama 44awCM'-r- ; : f r-
length, dyjiij; a momiitarv ' paM, the
- clioolmster IwA up the iwwpvr," itU the idlo
curnwiij- itf oiw V has )lHM,iru io rfiid.n with
hi own i-yea, whatYig nhendy bea read to him
by anothwr, whe.i, t hia 8-ai uttoiiisihmmil mid
apparent coufjiim, Wi ma la the Cmeoi'ery that
the (lamgraph hud IwAi inorrit-tly read by the
Uyer, ui.d llm, tnntVid of Mr. Hooglaai", the
iplaiiiiifl, having bona uiiVV.I in the suit,1io
aarejHirlod to Imve i Tweik nuocesuful. -
This iiniiouncemeiil ImVtng boon imide by tliu
. tlm'roat adVdtitw of tor Met reading, a thing
which lu always tried to iinpVeas on the minds of
his achol.-trs, every" coiiiiteiiBinW onderweni a uJ.
do.! clmiio. The lawyer looked as keenly at t!w
iM-wsyurier, a ihtnigh Im would it out tiio jiicce
I'ii oyo i theclmrch-wardeiiNiaif opcniii" hit
niuulh ami raising hi brown, sal ku a stuiute ;
the butcher stared at the publican,' ftiid the putili
t an stured at the liulchi'r, A chipof thundor
would, searcoly -hav boon more inbiaiaiioous in
piuliicini an Wlitct on the wlmlo orotn.
, Tim iiiioolioving lawyer W!i thH first Uftlako the
nowgpapcr from llm hauda uf tlio m-lii wluiuJtur, and
us siion us he tvus coiivinuid of the orrOr into
. vyli.clj ho hud ful'un, ho huisl into an aflocloa m
gin, a little resembling a ImiiIi. ' Vou must A he
xuid, "Really furive llieiioux 1 put opoo touAut
1 woiiiod to sue whether it was possible to persuuoe
you to' brieve so iirioioUiblu a Hiiuir, h lhat-.oi
- fi .v.., u. isiuiy, nun, in ma idiur.
pie dofoiiuanl had no evidence ta bring forward;
UiMttiiiUnl lhat h wow Id hwe- atlirwerj
jiidgiiH-ut to go by dcfiult, . fievor did a jury de-
i Ida more uprightly, aim lhHllJiiive .reai pins
auie Tn cmijira'uraimg , Mr. DoufilaHs on hi de
st rvi-d suetws. ... -. ,.,i.y,
" Ha ! ha ! ha !" hero burst from the oiie.n moulli
of the chorch.waiileu w ho, in his tiinalWlod Io be
t ry morry. , t tarr plain enough," said he,
" the trick you were playing ih, and was witling
to k"ep up the pike as long as pnwihle. t From
lhnt It4fl -twipn lutd iiih nf I lnnln .u I lnAur tin
had
Out llllllh Wlnwl fctiMj. tn l.rii.r. AH nj-t ii.u -4 1.At
K. ......i.i , ...A it ... ki .k ...I.,.. ;t.
M A ym,f ( ,
i Mf D Um jo lhc 0n.ice of church-
fr th -,, wlt.cla,0 lnnl) M m
i l)9 lond anv w1Pr. V . ar-t 'tha l-IU n.
ring on U.o laanon, that Mr. piajglans may ace
,a, ,ik are uliuoat as much pleased at
.: l,M g1 f fkutm s hei hinilf. -
p,10 Lps tljou.'U.iiut jwld-,iiuouU Jo
4u.
u.trt ti.al he h id al Inst been aware ot the incur-re-reading
"ofhe lawyer, inauttuitijrjJL. that, ha J
liie VfrJi.-t been uV iloaeribod, he sltould have been
j i-ilifin.l in the sfuthuenls which escaped him, 'in
.a-tutuch a Hie decitiion of a ,BcUah jury would
liave iin.viM . titimi p, Han ami twim -nsnlnv-fcerr
' li.at the t-alculalions uV
I'xMr. Douglass had been
wlfil in error.
tliynuni'iiaic the good q'ulaies of "Mr. Douglas
. whom ho had utw.ys considered a limn of educi
'lion, than subtract from his urerits; pronounced
-Mirrn vflhy to be Classed nrrrnfi j-gvnllcmen, and
' coiwtdoreii it ih.- iiiiifoulitod inteiests of the inhuUi
lauts of Yewfurri to cultivate good felioitraSip with
I'he pu'olicun conf. s-ted that j he had bveo f.irly
liken in, but no wonder ; ai he siioilld as soon have
thou 'hi of drinking a pint ofuoftt brandy, aff diQl'r-
lot! iiiViiiiiiiou from Ins good frion U. the lawyer,
ino Cliuri u -varucn, ami tiw -mrnitof iimmr winy nun
TIXTr)T!g'''m-(iuentErTCen
'MyrTCu"ndss, lie
hud no d mill, wp u good fidlow at bottom, and he'
ahou'ii be glad lo lake trout him an .order for the
V'st hothead of ale ho had in bis cellar."''
Though the church. wurd u saw through tho de
ceit of tliu lawyer, uiul the lawyer uialorstood the
1 icksry of the cliurcit-wardeu ( though th ubli
cju luuU'd at the backing out ol t ie tcWinin
ler, d the schixilmasior doii8;d Tha scllihiies
ol th poliiican j jet everyone triod to persuade
hi n.icj litat his hollow huurtHdites was u..Lnowo
t In mijjihor. ' .
When the parly broke up, t-auh individual do
I'Tuiio' d in Ins own mind lo p.y some tribute of
reiect to Mr. Dnugl.ia, and secure hi f.ivor;
0.U4 a!rrding' another ins'ance ol the lusincnrity
end utt-amicss of those who pay hoinngo to wealth,
rather tnan to worth who would honor the rich
lining deioinu-d with every vice, and despise the
poor tlioughadoriied with every ,ifr-rrTrn:Tf:
" " Every man is ai'rieini to him that giveth gifts.
All the brethren of the poor ' do' bato him ; how
c 'iitiictt jriuira. d.a; Ji JiienJs go-: for itmt 4ato I"
'; INGE.S'lOU.i FltENCU WINDUNG;
Auegimlily'TIreiseil TaJy presented bursei a
few days smcu, at an extensive sti-.p in ttie Kuo des
'Fusses' .Moiitmurte, at , furls, and asked lo see otte
of tho'r hait.ioiua sitaal.' Sue wa waited up;u
wilb the utiiiosrtjiolilem , 'Hid after making most
careful choice ol one uf .the moet jel'-gnl crlick-s
Vd ".l.u li.a'dJiti, runuisiuu tim tiu;,n mm wait
uM.n hf la carry lira slu to the house of bcr
hutbaud, M. Uo.ir .bouc , tue euuneui uouusi tu tua
Palat Uo al. This Uly H't.'i withdrew with a
"moat gracious li!irta!i .n. The y.ung liiatt sltorlty
ofe.wards yroceided to tho IK-'iitisl' house, and
shown into an antc c-h tn.ber, wheu4 he was
t i;d M. D ir bode Wtra'.iuga-.od. Pteseully the
fiueladv mada her Bpprui.coi 'Ah! you are
lhee,ir," ueMid, " Mori D.uu I 1 was just go
tug out, dt--fuuuig of your arrival. .Give ine the
.hawl that 1 may show it to my husband; he will
io.e and pay you for it p.esouiU " - Toe lady took
..... ...!, I. r.iiiuriiur tlio adi iioiiii apartment, ol
it.h .i.j left the door oui, aiiJ,iiie cleik heard
bor iiiaUe use of these., word : " Here w !ie young
.,. .tKuit wlnun i spoke loym. May 1 beg Hint
yoa w.il ii K kesp hi u. for be wai.u t returu to hi.
shop !" Too tidy Uitu niade her apannc at ihe
muuiod out ti.eelcik lo M. D-iirulwio with
- bur.li.iier, and look her deKirutre with a fcrni'iar
i ..r .i... h.u.t I.. lh' Dentist. " I at Jour
.,vii.. sir.-" said Deeirabode, ami, artaugmg hi
,
l I
l-itruu;t:t, hJ nut .ittiu casual ryisstion tu the
uiipofHiluriiy, whioh had in B-raintt the unfnrto.
yrnii.fr mm. Prwwnily the rwvrwtiott turned
uwti liuul Suigor.v, nud, m atumer to a qvtns
from Dowabodo, the yiMn in in coolVswd trial lie
uiuiiiii ui:red tro.n a I.mIi ou' the (uliVide.
The JJouut appra;hd, and, m iro rapidly tlmn
thought, remuveJ at once both tmiii and iwutjre.
The clerk w1i liiumlor-atruck.atid ilw IW-miai aid',
",'lfti"r" Vour Mer.jufuruwd m wherV
Hie troublosuuw tooth lay." It will be bt lievodl
that liteao words iocrtiaiKid, i.isttadol' dumoishui);,
thetluik's aji:oiiiiniioiiU A long and provoking
expluuatiou enstujd, from which it transpired thai
the seductive ktraiijjer bad wuitcd upon M. IKnira
bode, and intrtMiotl bi n to remove by surprise an
unsound tuoth from Iter 'brother' lott jiw, she ha
vinj brought hiurlo the" Dentist 'a hiu undiii the
proioxt ol" al.owiiig a shsvii to hi wile. The pior
clrk rotutue.1 to bis niiop in a slaig of the utmost
confosioit, minus both shawl and tuonpy, and also
with a tooth teas io his head. The authorities Imve
rnstituta'd BsosTclifter iliu"inonious tulprit, tut
hitherto without success
The following lines, by I'rotewsor Lnfe!lmr, sre
vrry fine, tha llu'rj terse otjXOially, i original tud
I'.SAEM OF UF,E.
Trll me not, in mournful iiuiiibeia,
Lilo is but au eniptv dresui ! '
For the soul fa dead that shunters,
And things are nut what they toem.
N-it enjwment, and not sorrow,
- Is our doktiiied mid or way : ,
Hut to act, that earth tomorrow
fund ui wUtr llitiu to-dicy.
v! , r
'Art is long, and time ia fleoting, .
And our hearts, though slum and brave,' ,
' Still, like iiiulll il drum, are beating -
Funursl marolieii to the prave. '- -
j3ivia of'greal men iliunld tetntnd m"
Wn 1111 mil It ft fit If librta unlilnna
am ,1-n.Hit.o- ir.v. i,i.i...i ... ' I'
Focuterw on the ssiid oi uni'V ;
ih'i' ' .,
FioUtOis, Hut perlnpi anotlwr ,
Bailing o er lite s stormy oisiii, '
-hjrlorrrsiid ahipwrcckcd tfolhu f , : I
oeoiug, ute tiuart again. '
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f
Vith a heart hir any -tiler '
' ' Stilllcliieving, still yurtuing,
LetAn to labor and to wait. .
Few know oftife's begiiininga men behold
The goal achieVd... 'i ll warrior, when bis sword
Flushes rod triunuih in tie noonday sun ; (
The poet, wheu bw lyre lungs ou the pain j ,
The siales.nan, whaa the crowd proclaim bn voice
Aud mould opinion ott his gifted ton ;ua :
They count uot life's ntl stcpa, aud nevir chink
Uion the many aiiseraOe hours '"
H hen ho)i dilerred wackness UHhe heart. '- '
They rockuu nut tlio baltlXacd the march, -t.---The
loiiii privstMins of a woi youth ; . . ."
; Tltef never see the Satiuei tftf uuturlud.
AVii.lja.lo.Uioi iltoUwyijhfct
1W wle ami auxious by the aiCfcly lamp,
'fill the younj poet wins tlia worV al last!"
'JV liaten tu the irnnuo long bis owl
'i'he crowd altuod the statraruart's bferv mind
That makes their destiny ; but they d not truce
Its struggle, or its lung eipveuncj. ..-V rz.
.iisisrfiiitvMirtta-p3j anu, urn umtytoutn
la budvanL c6iifiduut. and atruiic in Ikuh'.V
Ig" Jbj.liBSiaaj tfrcSI, uaVtk..jiL. .
A' PEEP l.VrO FUTURITY.
Our friend of the Iloluica County ('m'rnnpHite
has had quite 60 liiler cstlng driaiu. We are glad
.... .w..u.....T v
economy. The million and a half ctatb HoDsx
:rT.:2u-.sr'iMWiWf
to see the- reds' have concluded to adopt hauitt of.
ITTt V B M-tSKM t,lilil I A list 19 "Ul 9V
than 1
quasi quires."- Ohio SuiU$maa, .
. ' from the Vvunopnlite. 1 '
Our Dream I Last night, after euITkiunt re
turns were received. lo Cu4lv.iHtftJUA.lJl4l..UW44H-'
glU.a.9UJ....VCiiiojA
and dreamed a dream which ma a not bo all a dream.
, We.dn-amt'd lhat Curwin wa Governor, and!
Hint the W higs had a inujurity io the Legislature j
Tlio most rigid system of economy bud becoadop- j
ted-i-llie old Slate House hud been converted into 1
a Legislative Boarding House, and tliat the State
Boarding llouse-K-ieper was elected annually by
the Legislature iKut the Governor and ull the of-j
ficer of 8iM boarded there together. They had j
very' plain fareparched corn and hard ctdef for f
breakfast ; hoe-cake aud bommony for dinner ; pone
and butter-milk tor supper. I hey slept in bunks
with only straw beds. They were all paidtl a
day and boarded. 'IV'y had no clerk; when any
member made a motion or report, &c, he re
Corded it himself. Dills war crij-rpssed.and en
rolled by the 'originator. They had a State Print
ing Oiiice, owned by the Btnte, who hired It own
roumeymen, and did it own printing. Tha quant
ijdirus ? ere-put into an irefl vault, so that bam Me-4
dary could not sjfal tliem to print Cjin Btaiemans
on. They had no messeiigcr ; they did their own
errantls they had no Scrgoant at-armt theytnofe
tniriis in loakiiig fires, and the legal procctse were
served uv trie.Liuvernor
They built a hivMiutn J'out 'ieflhe fashion;.
or a Log Cabin. I he hjieaker set Uhhi the head
of a cidt-r barrel, mid the mum hers were sealed On
Hiickeve In" aud took notes on a shingle with red
clial'i. A big t!'"litol wa perched above ilia
heud of the Biieaker, itiM-Mid of the ealo, a diied
cixiu skin hung up in ple of (he Declaration of lu-!
tfrin'inlciiKC, Ogld l i
ctrH oft:upiC!l tha puce ol
the AilwriCMii OooMitutioti, ami a red petticoat
waved on lop of the cspitol instead uf the Ameri
can rlig. Josiah Scott regularly 6ieued the sitting
tact) d.iy"wt'h t rtppecanoe song. " ,
A we e;:y.-;d upou those improveuieuls, our soul j
was firvd with Tippeta me ea!, and wo shouted, t
'' Ho, Chmg a ring clung," wuicU broke our slum- j
ber, and apprised us tie wo had been dreaming. . '
And ve think when tliovewbo have supported the ,
Whi" cxiMxting such miraculous telorm, will gti
waked up, Ihey will discover that they have boett j
drtamiuif too. . ' " .
Dr. Jolmroii very beautifully remark, that;
when a friendTa curried to his grave, we ol tune ;
find excuse for every weukuess and palliation lor J
evry foult ; we recoileet a lliiuiaud endcarmeut j
ahich uefore glided oU our mind wiilmul impre.
siwis a thousand fovors uuiepuidl, a thousand du
ia unperforuicdanJ wUhior In reurn, m4
much that wa may receive as thai may bestow
hapjuio; and recompense thut kindness which be
fore e never uuJc.'i-ls-jd-" . .. ,
' tlrtm the IhMritocker far Oclol'tr.
A HEMI.OI.I TUAD5TIOX. "
I - al WlU.l,loX HUM.
Wb'-sa the FloiiJas were en-cietl intu a trriit.i
ry of the l'nitt;d Sti;ti, one of the wiliest-' cares
of too Governor, William P. iival, an dirty ted
... to too iosiroctKiti - and eivrntimwi nf fie'niiUW.
For this purpose, be called nuviiug of the rliied,
, hi wliith be informed the m of the wih of their
Great Father at Wa hiii-jton, that they nhould h ive
Schools aud teacher aiming them, and Unit tln-ir
ehilJren should be instruct like the children uf
wite men. The chief likened with their cuio.
. V - i . i .
mate snonce and iloonrmu In a ln.i r nmn-K u.i.
IO-
t.ii crih ih. .h.a,... ,t.--. .,'tV ,.. J i ;jul W.' 41 ' m f Jo-
n J:Jr . - " : i I , ,
Hiein froui tin measure, and when be hud rom iu.
ded, bogged the interval of o d iylo dolibttrate on it.
. Ou liWi lollowiug day a aolema coovoeati.m was ! . " 1 8"n ' B,w w M "v,,.
held, atVhiuh ouoof Uieir chieti Addreseed ihlfd iho f,Proba1" ' " Hie Rn. whose. sake 1 have
" Crovcmoruthe"uaioeof all the ret n.My broth i H?'I' from 'he strict limits which ancient
er," said b aeh.va Unm thinking over the pro-'! "'J' b'.T S t Pr.ld to our set, I shall
i'n.. . tv ...1 be amply paid for all the pieers ol atlhtiiia and
sonu leoi'tiers.and sot up xbool nmunc
ols moneus, V0
l VftrV iKitrtkltil ii.lnM.1 It. I.La. 1 ...
welfare bid ltr much del.boratiou, have cmiclu-1
tW lo doelmu hiXoiler. What will do vt ry well
for white inoii, wifl not do for red men. I know
you white inoii say, wa all eome from'tlle sauie
father and mother, Vut jim are mUtskeu. .Wo
have, a tradiiioa ImndlVJ down from our lore fat hers,
and we IHieve it, llmt he Great spirit whoji lie
undertook to make monnade the black man; it
w as his In at iiticiiipt, and pretty w ull (or a begiu
iiiug, but he aoou saw tl.ul'Jie bungled ; so he de
termine lo try hi Un l cWiii. He did to, aud
lie made the led man, but hhhe was uot ttacllv
what he waiilnd. Ho he trioS otice more, and
irmdo the hitVim- ajid Jkff'I.Mf.tii, mitiafiMd
.yu c;, uH.miiu.iim juu wi-iq lliaou mT. alio ;
. . 1 1 T r. -. i . . . . r.. .1.... i.. i ... i
tliat is tho reason I you my yoangest brother,
.When (he- (Jrwal Spirit had nulo' the t h re'o
'.""eel the- t.rwttl butrit had RiAtlo' lite three
L!!L7ljJ'15lIUlli.j!? - J ll.t -
Il.rn.. u.h. I'l.u . fl 1J I
. ... ww iiv m nui II..UU.WII11 uiiuh., SI.U
mnps, and papers, the second with bov and ar-
w?4iin) nd44HttnlwiItMh) thiri-wwltMin'di-at'j used tit lroktngiiiitrSv'ened breoif.' A police c.tlif.
axes, hoesj end hammers. " 'IVse my sii are cer was wmt to arrt M. I.umlierger, lait know
the tneai; by which you are to. liva j cfuwao ing the txcelteuf chnracler oflho accumd, he
among ihem accoiditig to ymir faiicy.'' jtook the piecautiiin of aeeuring also the denouncer.
The white man being the (avoiite, had the fXt.Whtfi the accusation came to be inveatigated, it
choice, lie passed by the box of wot king looisV WM ptwi thot the girl having one day, while wit
without notice: but w nut he caiue to the weaiHi)snn her master's service received a wound in the
for var end hunting, he atuj.jx-J and looked hard
at theui. The red man trembled, f ir he had net
hi heart upou that box. The white man, howev
er, after looking upon it for a moment, passed on,
and chose the box of books and poper. Tho red
Dien' lui'it came next, aud you may be sure ho
stuzod with joy upon the bow and arrow and torn
. aluiwks. As to ll.e black mm ho had no choice
leA, but to put up with the box of tools. v
Ftum this it is clea-tht-- th-tiireel Swrrt irr-
, I teuded the white man should h aro to read and
write"; to uitdei stand all about ih moon and star ;
t an J lo moke every tlitinr even ruin and whiskey.,
Tlmt die red man should be a first rale hunter,
and a mighty warrior, but be wa not to learn a iy
thing from book, as the threat Kpiril bad noVg.tXLhh lhw l
JkMttdM """A .. :, ;
key, lest be should kill himself with drinkiiiir
-Ar-ttr tlie bluck initiju yM.llaIiaunugJui work -
. . ... . . . . i
Uf lnK tools, " was clear ha was to work for the w bile
V-T -...i ...... i. l . . ...... ... .1..
iiu.tvy uiou, miii.it HU usi vsiiiuusu tu uot
W must go according to lira wishes of tha
Css)rtlpwwsft'iHsintw
how to read and write i very good fvr white men,
nut very uaa tor ret
rv k.,.b, i., , nuux
but very bad for red men. It make white) men
.wwwn svrTTiT
Sind Clierokecs learnt to read and write, and they
. aro the greatest rascals among all the Indian.?-
Thcv wont on to W'ushmgioa and amd they were
.nirt. i.i ... Hr.,,1 l..iw ....I tn tult. -.1 , i
n . . . . ' -
inoy its'Wrois spoil a tuna pitms oi sstin-4
out lite nation at liotno koowaig anything about it
And lira first linng lira nation knew of the matter,
they were called together by tho Indian aent,
who ahowed tein a little piece of paper, which he
told tliem wa itrealy, which their broiltera bad
made in tbeir ua'me, with their Ureal 1 alitor at
Washington.', AudN they knew uoi wltat a trea
ty was, be held up thMittie pien of pajief, nd lltey
looked under it, and lo it covered a great extent
"of country and lltey found that their' brethren bv
knowing how to read artij write, had sold their
houes and their lands, mllta gravtm of lltotr
lathers, and that tbe white u.en, by kuowing bow
lo read and" write, had gaineds. litem. Tell our
great Father at Waabligtoii, Ihercfr.ro, lhat wn are
very sorry thai we cs)'ioi reeeivelachera aiming
u ; for reading aud writing tlionghNruiy good for
white ineo, is verj bad for iiidisn " .
Misting 3!iuutt;rii4.X package (NiKtaitiiiig
about five hundred page of nunuacript, beilvg tbe
.greater porjiod tijkJiitiimo-iuAitmituaJdttm
ed io Messrs. Harpers and I! rot hers, of New York,
...anir.i.lntl kv thn l.ltt Mr. Jnl.it I. 11. II. .if
ChttrhsUin. somewliert about tha close of lira last
yeaivtt) inv uantiT or a goiuieiuait wuoso naiiiu t
uot reiiwiftbornd, and who amdertook l deliver K
lo lira abovenamed publisher. Tun manuscript
has never rtutelted i' place nf aduieMt and tbe
k VWI IUUi wilt ww wnw vra "
V 1 - . . L
. ii la 1 s-.lt 1. iS ..at asa.Msss-lsaraa
to il proprietor. I he olr.ee of litta notfe. is, tl
"p.u.-.it.'o, I., mtfi it.a hi-i...i;.ui ..r i;.. ;.
tit titiiwii
W whom it wa entrusted, and who may fed the f r"w ul 'l ".""
propnoty of making ev-ry f!r,rt to relovor and M b. ,mrp of exper.men.teg inleet nig my
r ' ' . . . . If.lila tl.M.i.irh llm inter. 1 knew in:'!,,,.,
real iro it. i LktirUao Mercury.
'- A new ra'.igiou Ktt ha sprung up in 14.0 Wetrn
parts of Aineri.:( particularly in Marietta f tliev
ttylo the, its dve Halcyons, ant the rtustt novel
foatur of thuir freed is, tksl " Aarwi' brt
.plate, called by the Jews, Urira and Thummin,
ititist bo rotrisved bt-for the resurraciioti of lira
dead. IVtliirigron (;V. V.) Republican. '
Reeerte uf ' Fortune. The t. P. Marshal wfnraw Uot once iu every two or lluce dvts if gra
u just Rompleied the tou-m oi Vi.xuitiati, inen
tiona tb iucidenti i ' ;
I met a man who had ruim d him?H by intern
ticrsuce, aul was auntiMiii oo owimj. m. . im,. ... i...uvv w.v,
knew in r.tial'urgh to t!.e year 1115, owner; of about (lie sauio quuutity of milk, uad their c. ?t.
line proHirly, auTa ttt.r wotlh ?-0.00tl V that Uiou ih I not seeui changed by cither. fc feeauu;
-time.- - Tho property ebxte, 1 have no d.;uW,x ha the sMine rfr.imals wi ll U-ets it was easily 1,!J tl at
amco brought $loy,li'Ji). " J one-third ! Ihan of tha lurmp or potatoe woi.l I
I found ai.i, the wUlo-.v of a di.tingui Jicd' Pro-1 m..k theui give the same qnautity, of milk, of lef.
fo.Jt in en Kngli.li Cy'.V.e w.i, at t!-.e time .her q i.Uiy,'urid tliev showed fctltiT keen. The
. ... . . ...
baling ber buyiblo snpier "lib bor daiiyliW, u,,
drr u-lt circumstanrca of p -oury. that tliuir vrrj
table was firmed ol a boaid laid aero al J',
barrel .. ' '
I have found in the city, two aar. iT di, t.r!v
of agi (rtweeit the silliest and yuungent brotlnV
worth of notice. In one instauce. Ilia oW, ;
C;, aud. the ynungrst 25. in the other wl. i
the father wnt-Uvingt. and a pod W ycatit, !)
brut h or was 40, and the other 2.
A Scrtamer, gentle niece nf frmule human
ity )deped Uicun by couruwy Mi Uroeu du-
i; - .1 . i ... . .1 . - . .
iin.rou an unition, ir mora iiron.'riv siwn iwi'i, a
. . .. ' . -. " m V
i'y Is. I he toncludiug remark luri.i.h
)evr i fe8 fi,ii," ,
I1 , ,,, . ' . .
i us ft sum-
I ..." " '""7
winning the approving smiles, of the nobler sex fr
W f ' f lr J
crcMlou1M '',u H .Jroursalvety if you d.Hik my
mctirit v -1 proclaim it bore tu the luce of all Au-
guild, now aasemblud around mo, and ymi aiay Ixi
iruve me or not, as you plea that there is not
one ttin.mg you, Tom, Dick, or Harry, that t would
give a brass IhuuWo to call ' husband ' tomorrow."
. A Vienna coripmulenl of t1i Ihbate gives
the inlij itned account of an iiilaiiious Impoia.
tion I ;mhi the' Jews, eimitur to the aflair at I'e,
tnacus, which baa been kiiely maJo tt Lombcrg,
in Austrian (J ilaria j ;.. .-
Vu - A yswwr 'wnnwwiraaviiTlirnfW
i :.. .... e ..i. c . . 1.1 .
iniiiii in inn iiiiiiny 111 a miiiiiiiy 1,1m n.n.i'.i tf,
jbcrer, al Tamou, went to Lemberg, and mutle i
declaration before the iiMiiialrali' that she Ion
declaration before lira ' nwgtslralen that she bud
ttAu - 4Mspt - liy hf ninnr in t!ftwrcpi.mi!ibPr.rTir
three weeks, duritlg Which time she was bh d ev'o
ry other d-iy by a JowUh wrenon. and bi-r blo-J
Kfdd with n stone, which fell upon her frm a house
which wu-building, her master, and unstress tu
stead of sending her to the hospital, had hor ta
ken Kure of in their hnue, treating h r as if she
had bmt their own child, calling in Catholic
physietnri, who bled her twice hot uo more, a ah-siiluii-ly
tVeaaary to save her life. The fcorvnnt
of the lauX'y swore that when she l(l her place,
ha went dwn on her knees to M. and Mine.
Lu4egf iVllnwItihwm. Th ningraTi ril eirl,
on hning closely inierrogatedj ciiift'a.eiltla ful.ie..
nooS of Tier doniicTatiou, and diclared that ahq
had lieen rrvercoink by the pcriuasions of l.er lover
ho had so iuiplucabju hatred ayaiut all Jews.
f hi yioug man haT(mi t.fkin irun euvtody, and
f - f -
Indy (marricif," r.f
a siruillinil brat,
course) wu once Imublnd
whom alto always aiMrsswd as ' my eherub.
Upon hxing atked why she gave itv.that anp'-ll ition,
she-Tepti'H Becnr)r!lt H (fori ved tMii'itun.tiiiii,
and Hie finite any, the chnrubim cunlinuaui do
cry." fiood, that. ' .'
- f;jCTiKai. - " i out what makes you Mm! au
rod!" Wb,flio f.iet i. Hub, l-6oic iC little
-ftlll
too hard.
.VoA'i Mere, Morultstiiff John Kceve w4 nc
... . , , - . ....t M II v
JU.fAJt.SJUMULJieui.Ul J. i.l.iu. usi.. iuwiij r .
sir, i beg your pardon, is tins hn way to the '
work-luMusn l" John gva her a look of clerical
dignity, and, point inir-to the bottle, gravely suid,
No tna'sin j but ('ml is." .
Running Ulnto the Ground. TUft West Kirk
Session of Edinburg bus actually pasmd a resolu
tion preventing Sunday funerals.
It is said the mule grasshopper sings, npd not
ilia fi'inalo, What a happy act the grasshopH (
must bos ihey have dumb wive. . .
' lie more careful to tulWyouriatutalinit to thoo
that aro poor, or who may have been in any way
distressed, wbother in mind, puise ur prospects,
than you am to your more auTnmt acquuiiitum-e ;
lor, rest nssmed, thai they wit) feci your neglect
moid acutely ihau aithnr your equals or aupeiior.
Contentment Can a man thorire God ili.it ho
hirtmot given utrrr crnagfricrmuka" loin happy T
No, doubtless ; for nature hi content with bill
hut when u mighl bo 4wtppv-nd nn'ictrwe' t'c'-Iy "
truitle td'oarHveC' ; ' ' " ."'' ' " '
So mart ihould be prodigal of time till he can
Jeither cunsure the foturOj or recall the psst,
BEETS FOR CATTLE.
A experieucej and not siuulaii m ii hat far-
uteri need, t Will give my obsorvution in feedin;;
,
Isntiiai In m pjikvi iJiirinff llm tn nutit iri!frii.
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I.i
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whnt I learned from hooks, at 1 wa axii'i.iii.tu J
j with no lurmcr, (nor am I yet) who fed v. nil ro;j!s.
At first I was at a l.ws to know how to la d llicoi,
wheihfir in a rsw aiate ooked, but having du
tenmned to try Uith plan 1 commenced th wurk
atidtacU did well, , Young anmiitla are peculiar.
!y fond nf the raw beets and lhrivaatoiiisliingly
mi 1 1. ')oi ; but for cows t!i .1 pirn no ill ti.cy uro but
ler htiih J, parliciilarly if h steamer can be used
hi the process. I liongll milk vow should havu
cannot be had.
Tliu turnij and potatoes were given precii-efy
a the boits ; but I cool I not del. rnunu tliat either
a 1 t...ft .1.. n.i.fi.r.n. ..tft.P rltfl flfl.lIF lllhrt Cli.liriiVA
viHi
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