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VOL. IV. THIRD SEME
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I PUBUSniSD WEEKLY .
J. J. BRUNER,,
" proprietor a4 Editor-r' ;,
. J. J. STK VV ART, !.
'' A8oci.t,EJito,. .,
HATES OF SCBCHIPTiON
Okk V ear, paylloitt ad vauce. i . ,$2.(K
Six Month 8, - ; 1.00
5 Gonlea to one ad dress, . ;.V .VJ'.l 1.0.00
V. A J n ATS . J J ' E. BJirCB SILL.
Bra ggist & Ap othe c aries.
CALI3BUR7T, IX. C.
'. J' ' . M . ' . I . ,, l - I. I
1 5 i.'U
i I LlTTL lOET FE0U THE GEElitAN
K & AMUItPHY.Mxt doorto lJingham & woc-Bft,to
marrr. j and iul etdcr
CVft, i wiling all kibds of eodda at unnrvc ; Uo Hdilireelfpf icr suitor, of .wbom.there
iKmmmtUwM btt Allowing device : 'If yeurlordsWp xiib
t)y;t any other 'Mor. .(Advise all your Wenda t ' . u a wowa.
, , - t : jijreraemuer, ! tuea l am; ready ta become
your bride Bot il!; ou'tho contrary, yon
receiye. any tiling irom mei wtitbouttlnuk
to go and Bee .
.1 .(: .
We talte pWsure :ihj announcing, to tjie citi4 1 So i& wa3 useless for ler suitors to make
reniof Kowiitt and tlid
we are now receiving k
Oil 'ng to speak these words, then you must
agreef to "have youi j hair ehayeu entirely
off your; head! aiid leAve? the kingdojoi.
. Xhjs however, wa4AuarLfttUiratageoi,
for, acccydiugito theoucustomgi juo
dared to , hand any thing directly, to the
princest", but first to the court lady, who1
then offered it to her. But if, on the other
hand, the princess should deeire.lo give
or take anything, who could refuse her 1
H opening the
G E S T
T)Wm'i;nt)'n (rA A rD-mrnf ti,n! a" I' W'fS lo buy will
AT UV Diyiau D UAUOA o A. AUjaijJ L- I tUc-ir advantage to cafl and
Prescriptions accurately and
carefuUi cwyiQjfnfled, hy reUalle
and 'comjpeieriiij or
43 it -t.
- mmmm Jr
- 5 Wf
1 . ;
cKeeka 'm' 'Uie paiiBed:; Thi pViLcea'a iatr
them' and ticiiiimedl . f J
:WWi bity that yrjMTs!hot:
able; to pickja' few for me." ; u '''I
tNecctBiu khowa.Vd Iaw1, h'e
with Lis leeth'fVo'm abranfclr. !iid bffJrtd
than Tfceiyeitfroui HlaJmomKfaitd aoer
face wa8.'b'fdugnt'-cld8e' 18 1 hta. f So when'
eue.uau xne enci ry oeiween nei ipf ' and
akissfromMilWbeMdinewis no abU
to'sayt'tKlnitaVi "I reminjber.r '
" The6 b ctitJ.iy f nyVbol "ttidrnittgi
mu'chJoVedl one -and.'dre'wrilils' bartdj
fv6tA hU girdle, and V&iractd jier'j-And
they fpentjiib rest; of iheb iy&tftgetlrci'
irt;perfA:crae:an'd KapJts j " T v
j AXj Fraj: cjsco. Fobuary. . 4-Tbef
bykf D. C-rMnrray, from .ilouolala brings
riqyi o( "tfyj rauGcatiilii by the Legilktif e
Ays&nbly ohbc electtn of Pi i:tec Lun'ali
lipoHki. or Hid' Haw.iiau' Ialands.Und
hiaborooaUon January 8 V. -m? :i' .. M
. 1 tui caLiutt oibe. ueyr King of Hawaii
Having purchased the contents of the
Drugstore fmjn,erly occupied hy Dr.
Kdward Sill. We i ceptcllully call the at
tention of the Cili tJB of SAlMbury and
the surrounding country, to the new ar
rangement, and inform them that we will
continue? toHarry on the business at the
name nlace. and Aha same excellent wav.
We will endeavor U keep on hand all the lY!$jJJS jL ' JLliBjKtirA'N 1
airlmti rrn An 4li. Vutrt1n TYr tiin tir. 1 . ii ,T I
taining jo our line! and tUercfare hope ,?Y? V1 ?ve ever- una to ex
i nv Mtrict niipniinn m iininPRS. to rc-ctivo i . . . - . : . ' rr. ......
--n - r .--t: - - . - no-nave iskcu muciitune. and nnuanjii in'i uer lest., oveieouio wuu invi inn . fine
a liberal patronnge. h - " " to l.k up bargains f our '. natronk and. do sayi would seize nvon an vtliinff' near her. as
m u 10 l tlioup-i bv aecidpnt " liikHthia n a
nmenibrance of me" and when be had it
in hi, bands. before, he tould :bink or
f ltTU' r.a I intArn r.ifrihdni r a i 1, T , i I
wiicre. - j .
We have a large slbc of all kinds of
adjoining. counties thai the trial, for when they seemed likely, to
be sueceselul, aud had diverted the prin
cess so. that she was about to take some
thing from them, the court lady always
stepped between and spoiled the best laid
plan ;-. ,-. r ,. . . ..
: When the princess wished to dispose of
one of them, she would appear so charm
ing aud encouraging to him, that he would
be entirely fascin'atf d. and when lie sat at
r- it . w-i .
UPWARDS OF FIFTY" FIRST PRE-
Jil 1UM Sbml GoUl Let Silccr Medals
w'je awarded vto CllALKS ii. SxiKi'F
ift the best Pianos in cnmpetition
I 'iwitb all the lendi
Ofllco aad ZJctWarercoiaf!
.The StirflV I'iaiKM contain all the latent im-
Hohts, SJioesi am Get iters for
Gents, Hisses and Children, all good
stock (and id Shoddy work) H
Cr.OTITlNG. mOCKEHY. ' HATS
Caps, Notions,. Moves, Hosiery, Fan-cg
G-tods, Sole Mzlhtr, Calf S&ms, !
Druggs, Spices, -
j Liniiij Slluf,
J Soaand a Large
t Stock j of
Testimony as To ihc Qwsliob of ilie Iiis'ctn-
! ' -i i. . ' '
; ' The examiimtion into the mttter of the
two wills ofl Mr. Greeley, nftwipuigrt-Ba
ing before the Sari-ogaio at While Plaints,
New York, has developed sonje painful
facta touching bis insauiiy everi previous
to the death of his wife. . , . 1. ; l i :
" Mr. Alvjn J. Joln?on, his friend, at
whose house Mrs. Greeley died, testifies
that he was first surprised at Mr. Greeley's
couduct wliile cbopping "wood atjGbappa
qua, while up iu't a tree, triraufitg it,; be
houtcd "No" several time, and at an
other time, out in the barn, he 6ad, Metii
er (meaning Ida wife) is going to die,.nndl
want to take her to your houfcJ' Jilr. John
son suggested want of accoinUiodation,
when' Mr. Greeley grabbed bimr.d said.
"Mother's dying, and you are oot going
to let me ga to your house to did 1" Al
ter her dealfi he alhnl d lVequeuly to th
fact that he was ruined and Lid ruined
friends, and wanted Mr. Johnson to take
c larp-p. til nia nrotipi-iv. Mr. .Jn niisnn
- . e .11 rj - i-"r
found him in his room packing lit a trunks
and asked where hc. v;si fcomg . 41 Ic said
1 am going .tof leave, because you Uoa
want me. but I do not want to leuvo until
am taken to Greenwood Ccmeujy." . Mr
Johnson says on ar.olbcr occasioii 'he aid
he wanted me to tell everybody that he
wasn t a Democrat, never was ii i mo
crat, and had uoihiug to do wi "n iiu, I) ca
ccrutic paity, bat that lie v. a- 11 ' ; t : 1 v luiu
w.f . ii' in he tia'i
al nnojliirr tune
Cir0cerie of High flnlity and low prices.
Salt, Siri(is, Baojing and Cotton Ties
wsfrlrAur8 Clover Seed -L't.
r.ndinftiepiearly evferytliing wanted and ail at
' LOW PRIGES.
Util'tllO' rtl of 1 ; 1 1 frnviri t tvLvIiana .a fisr
fcr vu uv tiiujy ft V A.U Illy XV. I LACILJC, CS 11
or a hornet, or. a hat, and so startle him
that he would . forgt ; tho words. Then,
upon the spot, he was shaven, and away
with him This weut on for some years,
and in all the palaces of; the other, five
kingdoms the priucea wore wigs. Thus
it came to le the cua torn From that time;.
Fiualiy it happened tbak a foreign prince
came upon ?ome peculiar business, and by
accident saw the almond princess. He
thought her : very beautiful, and at once
perceived the stratflgein. A friendly little
;;i.ay loan had given :bho,! an apple tlkit
once a year die was urivilcged to smell.
and then there came in his mind a very"; ed aud i.ad cveiyb dy
nowtied on'acconut of Id, deep wifdvm ' be, anted V know it I v.asgi:vi tolaud
Now. it Was exactly lime for him ti make I by hiia4 1 said, " M-gt as-nieoly what
. . . . ... - in itt .ii.i . 1
euiQ tie. a tr sro 10 11. e
is coujposedL. lpr.lli most part,pf An..i
cans." Tlic mniisVer for foreign aFairs is
CbHtVpBisKotCiHdtmrsrJ K.!O.Tfall :
i Upturn inir nnr tlilula for fk
. I : .....- . - . ..1 - 1.;. I - ---- J'. l " ""T' ' "
proyeDinwwii)on.uuuin ursciawa nam., jibftfji Jbeatowed. ti ,hh Vnce we opeiMKT in
use cf hi apple. S , with the scent from J do you mean ? Ho euid he.'d tf go l
it came this "warning : ' ' j penitentiary. I Siiid, "Wh it do jnu
"If thou w'ouldst win in the srarne of : Mr. Git-eley i" lio said, "I shall b;
giving and taking, under no circjunkances tgo to the penit wti 'ry unlcas joti stand by
must thou either give or take anyjhing " mj " I aid, '"What do you ir.ev.i ? 4T
imwce, ilouert btarlug; atttorncy-gener-al,
A'. F. Jndd, .. ' f . i
. r ,j i.jADDKsSOP THE KINft. . v tr '
' Fpon taking tie oath office, King Lun-
alillo ma!e-an. address to .tho nobles and
repjesi'i.Utive?; saying : .-
1 his Is thti.fiist jiiu' in the Litorv of
bh'Kingdom'tlie Ivii'latnrc A.sembly
bas'-Jbeeii convened1 For 'the- ..ihT-pose cl
electin u snve'reign?.t ( 'teddewyoti myl
tUauks lor tlkasvoidul asMiranceA aud good
will w Inch have characterized; your nro-
Before advening tj any con-
sideiatior.s of duty or responsibility,' it is
uvwiuiHf,. as 'wb- s in accoruance 'Wiin
the promptings of. our ireoyle, to express
our. sorrow at the suddeu dealhof our illus
trious chief, w hose successor I am
"ilie late' King ad devoted trals of
cnaractet.S "He was cntcrpiisiog, and la
bored to develop the resources of the
country, and extended his protecting band
to Hawaiian people, lie was ;juat to all
r : ..1?'.. :. r . .
uiB sunjecie : was very scnsiwve 10 me
right ;f tliO I!awftiians)'aiid desirous of
rom'vmig every prejeet whkh would ad
vaucn their . interest and increase their
nnruber. I S3mpat!iized deeply with the
lale King the gradual diminution ot the
people, and 1 nerd no afsuraiice for you
that ;U1 reasonable measures to prevent
it will meet with ymr cordial approval
' ''This riation presents the m6st intercs-
ing example of history 'br the cordial co
ojpf-ration of the natives and foreign races
in the administration of the government
and most happily, too, in all the relation
of liio thre exists a feeling wjiich every
goud man wiil eiiive to promote. The
government may be said to enter npon a
new eia on' the accession to thb throne of
every sovereign. '" '?-
. "it wiil make an endeavor! to sustain
the character of the government iu its
good lepule whhoth'.r nation., jn this con
necl:nii it becomes tis to chrriih a' cordial
recollection of my lamented predecessor,
a? well ns i f th" disinterested and patrio
tic id n w ho ui l.'d liitn ii enrolling the
kinilciti .ui'.; ii: f..iiily of na'ions. It
will '-v i.iv .1 . ir to t-t;-:..in the char-
In k late ddressi delivered' before tbo
Tennessee ' Press lAoeiAtSon Gen Ira
Jones, editor of thb Nashville Union and
American gives the cause of Newspaper
decay;and- morulijy-iTheaQ'jTifrws are
appropriate we n-prodoco some cf thrm
making noapologyj tor .the length of this
TopicM.IWedo too much wotk without
any. return ..whatever. U e cttibliah aa
eemosynary. institution at ear expense.
We keep a charity school on our own
U ok, We eonduetjUisiness kt if we owe
everything to the pnblie, and the public.
is 11 r.iitcoirn 10 na a lartinng. i c au-
vertise gratuitoftslyievery wefk, when we
'TOO POOR TO'TAkK ArlAPElL
- Mobre, f iht-Xarai Xtic' Torftr, Vm
sitting in Ida oEce,- one ' awcDOon ion
yeiara a?rof' when arfArmarv friend eaeae lm
and said : -"Jlr-Ueore, 1 likely ear papetw
bnt timr are so. hardl cancel pay ArUt
MIs thtt so, f ciend Jpnce 1'sa Ttrj .
sorry to near mat yon aie to poor; u jxm
are o hard rort I will Hva yoa'Hry canex."
"Oh no, I ean'l'uke'it a a jnft.--
'Well, then, let's aee how we cam fix IU
Yoo raise thick ens, I-beTiTe.. 'trrz. r
1 es, a few, bat tbey don I brio? f
thine, hardly'. i. t ..j 1 1
Don't they I -. 2seUhr. dooa.tnj Ppf
should have the money for it; Tiie gen- cost anything, hardly. Now I have apro
eral public are cat'n4 ly TrT(rant-pffib.bly pisuionli makcyoal ; I ' 'wK eonumte
are not fully awarei otsrselvejs of th ex- your Jsap?r, and 'when yoa 'gn bome ywi
v "iin-ti in:iT:T;jitijn:to ait iruiuiin.u i niav riect iroin ynnr lot one CiiiCKCU, aoa
by this insidious di m tipon their rcFonr"- j call itinine. 'Take -good cafe, of her JJ&
cfs. ' 1 here is not n dispenser of gingn;- bTrng-rne thfr pfoecedff,- whether yt-efi
cakes and cider - td tht?- largest nwnufaeJ or chickens', and We IrlU rail l iquare-''t
tory,-wh-win-t.dt advert Ttie-witli yotf t'4 .rbt. . Bratrbtr . Iortv, ; end lU
gratiswhich will, if ronf jfisten tolr; Wlow cbtukJed at. vlit be tbos-bt 'a
1 " . T . . I .. - .
L-uucatt r 10 convince yoo iai u is yonr i capuat uargitn., .Jie. rpi iaj jconirseu
doty to the poblk j do po. fl'here is not j strictly, and at lh end oMbetyear fonsl "
u urp.raot ror puuuc naiion. aca wnen i tuat lie nau pam aiooi lour pt'cea tor mi
I contemplate the ntiraberpf these I exper- j paper. He often tells the pc i .himself
icuto ail uTcrwiiiiniDg Brnf:oi comming- anu saya uo never utu me lace to eaj be
led amazement aitd disgust -from consta- was too por to takn a papcl since ibit
ble to the Senate fit the LJuteu, who doee MtJel Vernier. ' '"'"."ft
uotconscientiouslyjbeltcve it to bo the im- o r H I "
pcrative duty of tho mess, daily and COOKING FOOD FOR BTOClL? J
LI.. , . l T).. ir f . j f ...u
wv.a.ijr, io epea& wun a pen; oi telescope iMrnanuifi wrwMnjiiwuniw,
power, of bis microscopic' descrvings. especially 'milch cows and ycmng ttocfcj
Even that army or strollers which inf. sis f!t U-coming.ono of the etuled quea-
tne country aud the reoid.j as a wort of l,"'8 -gncuiinrc. i o narsiiy anew a
visiutiou oi Providence for pur inhjuitrs, d.tiri nia-i w ho does not par toiling wa
froai the street conjer seller ol pi ize candy tet over ble cat bay and tnrtiJ-or brsi,
or magic oil to the owritic emnress irlo. crenif he does not took it by steaming.
win expi-ctyou to write an indefinite num.- 11 " 'un cconoaaiae teeow increase
her of editorial on a three iquare advtr- bef!,wr.f milk, attd promote : appetite,
listraent inserted fi r five dav. c! wH cat much more of cut hay aid
ble daily without hargo ! We ntf. re. . feed s Uanwd or1 tneristened ith bofliijr
quired to write npin-ge np,aud put through WBtcr-t,wn lnf,T of rrriv&-&
every enterprise. I irrt at or small, tlt w" no,rt il polreyef the dairy
eema to have a rxisdd inmni..n ".il. man to, indue hia cowi U eat aa nachat
... . I i a .1 . e i a
poastavras tbe more tey ukt m try aray
e r. i . .1 . . . Mi I .f . I
oi iooav ine raort) win oe given out in ui
funnel milk. To stint tows JaA all in ia
ample rurp-Ht of pioper i food to krrp fif)
n air it ion and promcrta tank eecrruon. caa
omry le called "a penny wisflj aud pooad
fuflillak-4'flicv. It will not pay. When
ro M are also hnsled tj- tranj'd, the nu
tritive matter tber entatn laf more fatly
d-v loiK-d, and th? itme weight of roeta
produces l.irrtr result, bothiin the con-
So he had bis hands in bis belt : and
went with his marshal to the palace, and
asked to be allowed to . eat bis almond.
The princess was secretly much pleas'-d
e patronage to I with him, aod immediateiy banded him
with additional .improvement of his own in- m-U lnt ir,',"l!i. ci,i,.eli..i: w.
mil I.. ii f tn In t..iinii ii jT-hii invtrTimtntii I L ' . " ... -A
The tone, toinh; aDd ih of tbeafr iustru
meuta cannot bo cicell;(LHt any man ufae lur
ed. ,t v .' . : . , , f !
,iA, largo avrtmcnt joff second-hand Pianoa
. always ou hand , from $75) Ui $tltJ0. . '
parlor aud Church Organs, vome twenty on-
fereut styles on band from &0 and upwards.
Seud fur. llliHtratnd OatalotfnK containing
names, of jjver twelve huiidreu"Southeruem
net, and ttolitencfisHo our customers to merit !a-
corttinuarfCe of tlie hme. " - ' '
Vey Respectfully, I
I; ; it & A. MURPHY.
$$U-A1! orders shall lhave - our prompt "at-
AN DRW MUltPHEY,
an almond, which his marshal took aud
placed in his mo u. h., Th.e princess in
quired what.' this meant, and moreover,
why he constantly carried his handi in
his Eirdle. ; . i
have broken open nif thei's will.
Sutrogate That was Lis wife? A
Yes, he al.voys called her mother, He
said 41 have broken open mother's will."
Well, I know nothing about the matter
and I said, 'What of it V He said he
bad no right, to break it open he said
the will must be taken to the Surrogate's
oifice, and in the presence oi the Surro
gate the scid must be broken. I asked
ii. ' .' l : lili.l.l'
(fiTebuitdfcd of which .aro; , Virgitiiaus, two, Salisbury; Oct.' f7,"tS7d.: f27:lyl
hundred North CarulUiians, one haudred aud i ;: . il.,,.. . ' . f
fifty East Tennesseaiik and others throuabout J A.til, SuLLIVANt
the bonlh). who havu bought tno btieJx-ian(
aince tho v-ios or tno wair.
He replied that at his conrt the custom him who was present. He eaid Idathat
was-even more stronwlv 'enforced than nt he was S40.000 in debt to mother's estate.
hers, and he dared not give or take any- and that be could notmake up that amouut
thing w ith his bands, at the most, only . and he would have to be committed, to tho'
with his bead and feet. Then the princess ' penitentiary Ida, ; would have to send
J., ALLKN'UROXTN, Agent,
Falisbnry, . U.
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" 1 I 1 . 1 - 11 11 ' 1 -
laughed and said :
J. P.'Gowan-. I . In this case we will never be able to
have our little game together.'! ir .
He .sighed and answered : ' . ,
"Not unless you will be pleased to'take
f llHE. nder4en4 haviag' aociated theni- fiomtthing fiom my, boots."
" I jJjL'-seiyesin husiues uader the firm name ofi "That can never happen !" exclaimed
Si- I ' ' - ' fi i, .1 i t v.. i . . ;' - '
g It1:-11 OMfuiViUN, UU., j J iyiiy have you come hither,Maskc d 'the Tiihuae stock ; I told him 1 would
: LA ii'troit itooi
if IHJ.lV lllPU TX$l t 1 lik
tifcW friends.- Thy
! thqj largest ahdb
him to the penitentary, I asked lum who
was the executor ot that wiil. Ho said
he was one and Ida was the executrix.
I told him I was, not, a lawyer. "Nor-.'
said he, 'You. dou't kuow anything about
it, but Ida' got to. scud me to tha peni
tentiary unless I can raise S40.U00.' I
tried topacity him. I told him I wouiu tako
ac t r
TI.e' Kl-i aildrp-d the pcyp1c to the
saute pHijrot, ill tnkifig nt ior the on-
aiii:nity nl voice .with which they faior
his aeci'-ft-i.in in'i! ihioi.e. ,
On tl.o oce.t."s;o':i of ihe Tate funeral
theie was an im jr:t:pr n.'.liluty and civic
dirj.lay by thj uati o Jir.d foreign p puhw
VJ J. ffnlmes' ncwhuild
in - tho Hardware Store,
pleaded to meet old and
"OI' OOliTiMBTJS, Qa.
, IxcoaronATxn( 1 830. J j , 17 $350,000"
J.' PvIIOPF-i WWKkiSWcaV
- " - t D.fFi WJLUXJX, Secretary, . '
I "'. .A. I ; i ' 1 " -;
. t -1 it 1 t. .1 ' ' T..'i v r
Alia iTpmpiiy iu,-i un ;
property owOerscFiring toxbt:iin reliahle In
auranceMfUl,da well to prtAect tlieiasclreshy
Co". Agencies at prominent points iitail, the
. Southern States. ' " r " .'. '
.Vl J.Jl -f 3, ALLKNlUROWN, -Agent,
; i .j .Mil OnW Nd 2, CJ ranite Row,
i Aprils '72.,. p vl ) k Salisbury, Nfc, i
SMITJr i M VRO VEI
; Patent Well Kixtnre.; ' .
iWK eallthe atteiition of the public totbia
admirable Invention: Tt ia especially recoin-:
mended to privatp famfjTs being touyeiiM
eat fox 4'dck. filling;. sell euiptyiug and east
In drawing';?. darability it Utinsurpas-;,
d having an Iron covered Top. the--wind
laasji rope an bucket aro. protyeteu froin the
Weatner, It is o arrnngeds to secure ab
fcdateShfetyfivm accident. eWn in tiih ndf
of theSnoSt-careless, 'and winftfilj ' uegllgeii't
pereo9.w '. 15 ' r :t' " 1 s' V . H 'rN.
.,n MiJt MEUONEY'&'BUO.
wcneral assortment. ETard-
O - i .1 - ... ' -
vjlware 'excepted, and tviu saftrrantee
pood barcai ns a ctjih bo ml by any
tliei oiMitr.. They w f t aoat Heavily n
and couutrr Pidnieujuyiiir aud s
invite ailwho wihfleither to bay. or sell to
! ou Ihem.ixT. AIM. SCLLIVA t Co.
Jari.24th, -'1872. 'lfl:tf
BRIGGS & BHOTHBHS
the princes,?, angrily, "when you have take. it at fcS.OQO, and that s.vuu J to re-
such stupid cn?toius ?' , , j leave him, when lie begau to tell lueaboui 1
'JBecause you,are a beautiful," replied the l.mu being ruiued,. tic wamea to go.
the .prince.. "Aud if I cannot win you, I and see tne pigs', we watkeu over there ana
may at least, have the pleasure of seeii g he tavle a remark that amuaed me, ho
you.'"-. . 1 . "(said: . See those fcJataus cominhig down
'Oa the. other hand,, I have no similar the hill, I never wanted a hog on this
gratification." said she.1 ' 'f place, they; eat up all tho coin, and yet
F.o tli. nnnee remained nt th n il:i."e thev are so . poor they can t run. .ar.
... ' . , Til ' 1 .
In jujging of the people by their belonging.-
the. pocket handkerchief gives a
wouuiifill clue. A hat is uot wholly with
out a kind of human expression. It puts
on something of its wearer's manner? ; it
may be pert, graved or apologetic. One
has been seen before this the very turn
up of whose brim insulted every other hat
within sight in the street.
Now and agniii a coat is met with that
has something decidedly characteristic in
i:s 'wi Inkles. Huon betray a disposition
they turn up at the toe and swuy down
at tho htels, till you could indentifj their
owners from tltin. Bnt the pocket Innd-
kerchief ii. t'le vi.-il 1 ci.il.odiiii'Mit ofi;s
nser.. Watch t man haudligHt, and you
kno'v hi c!iarr,eH r at once. ;
the public'Bat we never bear of a share
of stock or of a divide nd. The church.
the 8lale, commerce, indusliy, art, iuven-
tion, and humbug alike pct-m to regard
the prees at theirj servitor, and to b nm
and sustained for their advantage. There
is a line of d -markatioa in all lh?c lliingn
betwen public deiaaud, public unlility,
newepaper duty aud individual cam.
I't . I : t ill r- . , . ..
x 11.11 hoc biiouiu pt: ii ruteu, and Held, as
11 111 reuii.v is, ww untu j,inc. Nol a
letter, nor a ptce, nor a figure, not a!
comma, nor a period, notlring of all the
i'li.uinberaUe j.ir:ch s that enter info the
furm and Btrucluru of a daily or weekly
newpn.-mer ia tni re nisi ts picking uri
aud ptittif g dnwnjdocs ur.l roct ca?b mon
ey. Not'a revolution of iltn pre, not a
pquare inch of pbinr, tbal'dK-' not co.l
something In cak'i. Thin; shnruld be un-
deretood by the public. If is not its cor
relative should be practised by the press.
To get lid ot this stupendous fraud of
gratuitous advertising, this, cawcer, canker-
call it anything, provided you select
an epithet that will characteriz it utrohg
ly enough 'I' can prescribe no other rule
than this : Putf voluntary and without
charge any and jevcry thing into yonr pa
per which yon deem advantageous 10 it in
being beneficial Uo the public. Ml eUe'
exclude, being cf advantage to w ho wi?h
i-h to make money 11 pony our capital and
enterprise. Fixy oar rates at a fair pi ice
for your ciicujation, and adhere to them.
From dealing will accomplish more than
ioui, ax an umervana evcrwnerc.
A Won-tjrfIt. PiiKypMEVox. The
steamship Indiaj of the Anchor line, ar
rived here yestf-yday froni:Glaglow, after
an unusually lng trip of eighteen days,
caused by strong fi'-.id wind and heavy
sf-is. During the p i igt) thoe on bouri
I t a fiv.t wli.cn u r.r.'r
ditiou of the cow and in bcr milk
tion. - Pructicjl Fanncf. t
Commit the following to memory, aU
you will hire at yonr "tongqea end". ike
namrf ot the Monarch of . KiiglaQd from
the titu bf the conquest do wtviOUlO. pre
.Fhot William the Norman,
liam hi son.
He nry, S:eahcn aod Henry
ard and J 0
Next Henry the Third; Ld wards ena
two and three. I - ,
Andagaio afier Richard, ihreo llefitTS
Two E Iwaids. third, if rightly ltsl
Two Hcnrvs, sixth Edward Queens
Mary and Bess, : j nl
I hcn Jami. the Scott, then Charles
Wor.'' tie it--Soen
fiiov. : ()o the 18. it iriM.,
till 10 p :u., e:coui:t ri'J a
train aloiit., f.ntHi: f?ioini.iie(.:ifly, uv.il
i o some nervous uv-n tlio pftcket hard- ' tiie hohi ext-ii : .t'-tlie verse), tiM'!
k' ttliiet is really a tort of other self. yard
1 hey are furcvi-r palling 11 forward ; they 1 t-d
I move above it; liny pass though the work"
I , i . t . 1 . Ir. ' T. r
iiMdcr mver of u.
a rvteuier, wuaoui
ed witli icel; at
work at:', rigiiig,
dirt, clioo, w-Ae f:ii
UIAI. .1 ... ..1.1
. . t ( . 1 Ov Ail TM llv
I .in,! if l.!.,iQPil Iw-r rnni'D a ii mriru linf lilCtleV EOCIDeil laOOi'llI? Unde.l irOllwii'. , , , , , . ' . . , , -, y I
as - V ' . . , "V, 1 . t .. - v, 0 1 .. ...... f.' 1 Ucy.coulJUo noiiini -cuiu;oriat;iy. liave
House n when he humor eeizeU her she pied in, , some time peioieur,. ureei.y d uvatu , a rool oUl comCf thc pnck:
l uroeenp. every, manner u persuade turn to akeliia , weeiey auoweu fc.gue. or a uo,ur,.u ,ahdWerph;. f a,id lhc flrgt" thing Vim- !
cllinp, and nndi.frnm his trirdle and receive dnmc, 1 miod. aDartments had been rented tor him i, ., ..-. -.. t -a.. " .t i
eall r:--:r ; -T" " ." , , , l ... xt' v... .... , ... : ;.ii . . &ie or fn'r entrance is us appearing iiirn
, ! : ;
. .Kuft tl ill ft iW i 1
ATTORNEYS A'JC; IATy,
V .. f,
SaUcit0rs in 13 a nhrtiuff 0
' B3?j3pocial atteniioi pa?d to lrpcccdjqg
jJaukryptc ; '" J V -tVf
FOR J A TJAET, 373, XOwi OUT. Issued as
A 6'.i;irtoriv. TiuHllbrir uurnbers sent to aav 1
,m'flv hv mil it. r.ll-sa frfk'. 'Th rcx,&titi I ltnt.
r.vM in-4.rfK:tiye ! ltiAtThtet!aM' T6
ritral Guidtvevih)nblirfi:cL ,1 Thttsfr
thiuET from her,
eharntiniriv. and"frrnneritlv offered hfm ' ing expressions to witness that he was
flowers, bonbons, and trinkets, and finally j wholly ruined and had no money, and ap
her bracelet; bnt not fne. did he forget ' pearcd to be wholly occupied with'ima
and stfei'ch out hi3,ba?rid:to take thrnr, for ! gined bankruptcy ; on November 9th bd
the pTPsWrc'of bis girdle reminded him in said he wanted 10,000 to get him out of
time, go he, would 'nod to his 'marohal , his tronble,".and that he would be sent to
the neiiit'emtiary for breaking open Mrs.
Gh-elev's wlU: be then said VhA wanted i
$10,000 Tor ten minute
him have :-he wanted lo
sciwtitci cliu f Lhas fallen J can vtmr Icinlshiu" nick stock, but its he seemc
r'- T otir it "nil fori me Vi Whereupon the piihee the ma
ib jatid iiceived thpm, sayiiigj "We re-'
; !.Th(n IK? pincess wnnld become impA
and would exclaim ; 3Iv' handker
g, sko , betaoic thickly cmtx
saiile time all d'-ck
r'inriog in a hrizmisl
It ? a '. dirictioo. wAe f;ii ed with icicles as large
which ' a:td rhapeiVke hu; narfnip. 'i'he to
clf'se-rM'feJf sails set became solid sheets
of ice three inches thick. When the tun
shone out at tne beginning of the thaw
the spectacle was maginncent. riucn a
iho door way. i 'I .': phenomenon had never fore been seen
. Another very dilL-rent class there is by tho oldest seamen on board. During
who effective ly display their liarshcr dis- the time of the abovo occurrence all liat.d
nnsitior.a by continually ill -using iheir , ling of siils waa impossible. The gilo
pocket hindkcrcblefV. If they hare to ' wa fierce, and tho heavy rain auJ 'spray
them in j! if they have to pull tbetn our, j j.;
they drag tuem lorto, . i uey savagely Tr.E Vat iai: Eynrjsw D vncp A
, writer in a London journal p'wd at t!ie
whom they slew,
Then followed Cromwell, anolief,
Charles, too, ' - : ! - 1 H
Next James, called the second, asead
ed the throne.
Then Wilihm and Mary toeather eatae
Till Anne, Georges four,
Wil'iam all past,
God sent them Victoria, the
It a-t j;r:.-')' a grrit man yf men' toaio-
lice Ii..w cui.y in-io Mht r rnrri perri la
ftrncing in kt-epirg Bpioccea mSere
they aro iot i.rd- d, and ploughing alatt
t'aiiwHa vkl.vio l.n o.p s oalti aave a fast
deal 1 lute. i-.tr, besides a voiding
lha t-4Uipii:g o; the grouaa jia turnbg,
which fw itcM ki "w Low torvvrU. Jbe
.e u'i.iy o: i.ut: aud uuu m larmisg a
as :ibi oilJiit a lb? earing ot:cropa. i wo
loi.g icws f potatoes are far morn esjil
1.1 ? .1-T a I.
aoir.WnaVu.nrelH- princes? said to herself ; .! .
es. Ci.'andtrieirtu1-i I "This cannot remain; so. It must be
tivatiiferiindalii&auatcr as, wa formerly ! fettled in one'wayonlie' oTher."
iil.d in o?rAuai4Cablogue;o Ton wninifes ; sle eaia l0 the princeVH '
auitablo fjr fr.t.uinf. aad
our ?cr!rel)Uf Froral Chrouaos'
tir to "Flowers-, 5 Vfeetitb ' es,r 'c h and tfi ei r t ul-
ir. if rou order SEfflDS before seeinc BRIGUS
t BkO.'S QUA Hit iELt. recbaikaiffecoiii
pafisbtfon qiinlity 1 f Seed aMpriees and sizes
of fWkt i Cur jhlemhi r A dvanco Sheet aid
PtiuI-5t f ir-lP:i f &ht free.-i:: ' f I :
i'.4ddfdss..? . . liKIOtlS. BROTHERJ'
, , . , -h r-
'l have one of thd finest; gardens in the
world. . 1 willbow your lordship over it
1 he- iriiic0 f smelt of hi apple, and ae
tuey. ,jetttereatU.gameM.iie.aid : . i
JL'lt .wVftryfceAutuTui'-vbere. and in or
iti tlit wt ni v A-:tllr i-.fir .fifti'nt l.i-ri Si
TIEOT2FinKRMT.FAEBMi 1,FK. Peace and Jiotbe disturbed) by the desire
a4 Anmnttikia?.-'.;. tTsil '-ril: ttry ouc game. Ibeg Vou, ray lady, fbat
. K - k . m M rf 09 -..i..-- IP... ll.t.: t.niv ! Aiivurill t .Ir .......
inJpvT 1 1 - i4 ri. I it., l.. ...tf .r i...
Then we will be
and tlier u-ill
artiind nrmted- ort heavy .opiate paper. : Jim it --. --.i.t...
IrUiy.a a"ul n ' ST'"" n.weu ouwum ...... (... . j
. i t i n VTOl
mat of ihr surreadtir ifGeu. Lee. ln?aautnlly j ,aoda also be faateinid. t '
eolorwLiEhcraVeit in the, highest style of tlio j rrAni anoh mliWa irta.
by mailiifi ountetf
or'20 cent, orJlfw
,.MU.twm,i..i ftki I 'ThoDrhicessrdidE ttotfeel very "wife-
on roUeraad post-paid J about tins arrangement, bat he begged; so
r 50oentsAGl:sTS Wan- I strongly; that he" cvuld iiotyef use him
i v , s'X-U ':. ; Ithiaismall favor.Sdr'they went 4alne
-..w- tr"TT i togetuer, wilu tnenr napaa insieoeuy iu tueir
'JLW&f i ti girdles. .The birds- sib gi the, iab fclioai
vrr" v: VI -..i Bristel...TniiT j h y
at ter rosted.
i- .1. .!....
, .. , 1 crumpio if.eiu up, ij-y uom.i i w.im
?. which witness-let . . ' ' J. r.,- . ,
assign bis flibuuelt .'., f- .
d not in a lit state,, 1 i i
.. . .-I .like a bui-sv-wfiii)., ... ..j
1 ! I .. .1 -.1
Ilia chief apprehension iffnicl; to be, i f . . . h.tufr:.t
-I -' .1 ,1, : U .. Il .1... , HVlilVft .........
tuat ine irionne wr.f iu ihu, um, n. ue
not appear from thc testimotiy that I here '
w-as any cause tor alarm in una respect on.
account ot Ins personal iiinet.ine.ss.
All the Wiiue,sse,'llr; Grexleys most1
intimate' frfbnda," concur'ih tho 'etaterucitt
thai his mind was affect d aud wholly' oc
cupied with his 'imaginary ba.t.iu$sfcvv
.h mo, funeral wuy iu whkh Englishmen
dance, fin nil vyvn ine- niajutiy i-oK as
if a dres'-cjitj wen lite; tunic of "Nes.T.f,
and treafiire mj llit-ir wrlj aa if precious
...j ianr ilf (rum lli!r nittilliA wlu n
Ut tim thby wllow the nnippieciated ' lUtfr nI;lk M.rcover,Uhey evince a re-brticle-
to draggb nut-nf th tau-poekef. I m,;ir,i1i. ,ii..;,inn to M,i iLom.vrafn
nrt way. to their heclslimp, belpbrs; Jj, oWb Hs, ad tbey fidget with
" ; ........ .ifkw,t M'll.iff . Nft mf ll I fl CP
Ulg i ,r.I.l. Mt.l.- t... a.il . !. tt.A t,tini nn
'jrriri wnjr. in ujiir iitrv is -:iiup, utijn
Tdined': 'or they, nuv Vhow no s"g. wi
ever of 'having, tnch a treasure, it In
QT-EEN VIC'S DOMINIONS'.
It appears from the recent ce nsn4ti-In-
d-ia-tli.it th prople owii g the Tin-rt:;ti-tboriiy-of
tbiQeei number iSi,i37r,jOO
asd those Jwho. obey the rula of ;iitire1
chiefs subject ito n. Lnush pratectaiate
number 6iV.20,O00. Soi that icr all tho
Empress of Hindostan, ruiea ovi r 241,
2S7.000 i:iIiidia'nlone L64 'aa lbe,popii-
lation of the world is about l,78.000jOOO
nut far abort bfonfi-sevenLtt of tbo whole
race. rTo'i-bese must he addejll their pop
idatirin Df thee .British; Islands, -$f .British
America,, of Australasia- and .ofj. other
smaller possessions,. .and thesul'jpcts of
Victoria will then. reach the very resnec
uWtotarnfSSG'OOO.OOO.' CbrnVi arobc
beat's tlifslwhii autSOiOOO.OOCITUii
klal bfchHtrfkridi nexi 'beidV.Ardnl V
u,u,v,a .away. ui inc. 'j, vi )fg lll(J flit! lint under the arm in the
packet; orthcy wilil.-t.it dfOalose fium French fa,hioo ; but thU they will not doi
scat or floor, actually l.wmg it. A roan -jo - tulir ' ,taJaiII With. a wUk-boub
who exhibit 'Jeh a want "f appfpciafionf. tt 1 jJuh.liii air with, which, iher
of a pocket h iTtdkeixrhiM a- tirt is not m ilt r ro uke! rd Ue caculicr
he'-rrd tri"-i;- .';1l dl inft as easily JeT txrjate.in at way lhat woald
.pa3 -ovl ffoV-ct, -of droi you. " ' ' . '.- vvin an amh-rtakrr toanarlv gtave
; ..iShrVniiid fyfr !..Wuo- I witlr hujthi-n Ai.d when ibey do talk
.wnb.n'it Ving.ei'tbfer randy !gft bfyo'ud bi unhappy
ofJii3.p7cket band.';rchict,.U iiever upon w ij. f Lic he tjie manners'of thf
good terms .witUit.. A perpetual tiff st- nisi wkit U foi is tiie EnglUh funeral
Id (Ttll-Deiwreii iiiera ; un-v arc ui.i , , , ,
Visioiv t eroes nnrpotfer.'-- ine nanaaer-
1 y . .
I , 'll- .. w..
chief will not enmebrrt -ns'it engbt to do";
-7tPw a l Mrs. b'pmc'rviUe "Wlii-n
5f,wili pdt unfold pretyrly ; it ylil noi gJ'iLePI m-t Wo Mr. Siueivillc Lt
info ' die. bnckeMfY'uhoat cpmpnWoru' tho first. tiim ha said,-j hia lofty w ay,
j 'ut'wyethaivaiiv'auia Atut these, a, '3fadam,there hare been Tnly three wo
4wu'exViicable pcepU arc. tojbVmet. with men whe hafe 6i.d'irst6d 'nc--'yourtlf,
!who'reducQtbUrIpciet,Wnikerchie M a Mis CreJgr-of
:hetitotibgly.frOBiaw!Kpcetiliplaecs about i.wlBiBi.-urihtrpjvnrvi-tj been abba i leara ,
Jtliem, andethe haatUyardlogeticaHy'JanVtbM .Mis. Crcig,". sai
Ittrddliii thef tjoeket'hine.'euiels" awiajr the modvst jlittle , woman. o, tbca,
anlt of sight; 'aril ashtmitl Wiling seetyVthero are only two of.:your exrUlmed
'. i i
cuitivatul l!ian ei'ht sLr.r:. cr.;s contJo
ing ihe same uuralxr of h'lV. Aa erB
or "ten acres f corn cols f tf lejs mofcey
to cnltirate if embraced In 'tnl Cy.er
fifty rows than if double or tritdc the tj tia
brr. Then thcie iiM inj tfcectre'ctf
th loss from breaking ii down l.i'Idmlrf
rf th farmer has h ft no hfad labdi te
turn on, er has not two er tpree rows cf
potite-'f-pJ.irted eo the otibide of ilile4
field. ' ' ; r ; '-' . il
An r-M STmnt ef(Jen iftr&Mrjfpi'
KtVrllM TaV'tnrj Tnr Basil Lea. the
old.-st colored man in the ednory, fcclns;'
in h rte hnndrrdth year, Waf killed lii
thin eooeiy wiile lv waa bnrwieg break'
in a" atw prmind and near a tree eotae
men felieil with the axe. They hallooed
at him and told hum to gtt of ib way
bat U-iag" rather deaf, ho dkl- aet. lieaa
them, and Ue tree fell 00 Jitia aad kilhnL
hira. , Ho was a former tUve of General
Washington, and waa twtUf years tdd.
when Gi iHral Wabiigiu f ar hiia iii
cJaoice to iic with bia aX. lj. Vmoi OT,
ba.-old ;.bo pa ferrid being noli, aud j as,
teut to Richmond aod put of 1 tie blr.k
aad was bought by a, xaember of the Lea(
flui'Iy Iu tb: to luty, ard bas rtm'aiecd.
i.i that fa 10 iy" evt r ince. j ! j
- MiUjn piewfefd.
: m p- .:.
We ai.vfniieuily -askedj what lathe
Creditt loLi!.:r.. Here U a lacid dUcri
liou of gm.iouily fornUhfd . hyThV
Iotiisrille Couriuournallti , im
ieiiereuc rref rKM.m-ux iu ine ifirnor wire
ti ask Mliat ia tbia, Credit ' ilotfhVr ha
papers' artr talkfngVol IhtfCh cibobf f ' VttlP
it is simply a double joiuttdi hack aetjng
eeuidlUigBiar b'me,mtdirtfvferA Frearh
invention, biit it.u.c Mchititnca'ccea
strnctioa that wecoiild'tweU deeciibe it
withant "the'aisiatanes of a nnantit of
diagrams and tbe portrait of naif the into J
Wariau4irmtlic trees the red cherries
)ibout oue-ijnarter of tbesegwres.