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AND iniSTOKX ff"-;boo
MAKISO IN AMERICA.
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i M i A" m. HtiAitti mi ' -f ' a t rwft t-inv i ma was nui. 111111111 111 i in iitri n.1111 uiriiiii mi ijiiiillitii iij i 11 1 f jiva &uttn 11. nun r.virv imhi w iirwurrMi nin 1 - 1 "r - 4 b'mm w . , r !
I ulllf Aii VCrY " I , UHtmUllj.a v uvumiiiigij. ,wM-,,r 7 " iI ;! r r. r . ; , vmi iiwiiiivim " I m .
-- - . ma rA as n vrw-n i nn u iiawa nn n iiiiii'ii w-j m m i i ww ' -. m vuwu-a luiii r - '
iki 1 vrmTUWvn hi Bnr i wnc aiiu it i i m & irr as - iiiiiiiiiii .i m iiii.i iiini ii v. w a r a r mm u m v w w w , . . m at - i ?
fui ft. VtA-M UtVM . . , - !- 7 I 4 4 ; A . w , f . . I 1 1
. They cut thw reed, previously mg a stitiftitute-tne grimung engine n C are us p auu -l; r .
' s - ' - r - . : a. z 1 T ri I i ..am itlti ns n v I n a lnn rwn n f iiAAil n I r - . . -
6tni)etl of iU leavesnnto pieces lonr was inveiueu in now. cu uw;;i p.a ... Bt)1.nai.i rMi(pnpk h.,i!t: fm-w Af. J :toijL
f r . . - - i - . t i. . - t - - ' -. .
-I -if great industries, which con- or five feet longjaud laici them
"ff rlviWit toiheiiwlivHl- -mixture omiidu (n
lriD!,t? - X upueral nros rate, leavins them a!out-five,ua's. and it
rarity that the main fcupply ; and placed theW in a dry dtch-nith and th
ti'Pt5Ui , l.U. r.,m tUathielMliraeAvluchtheymoi thai ct
off:" ni alv utilized for the slack it. After several ldys llje:
United Stat Marshals llt-iusuredA I ' Y 0Uk to b rmtefat for firrorAbl
Outlaw EntrtncXed U t& Mm- I ea8on, and ihree gbod wliealcrtep Ha
tocteaaioa; - d yt ire iear .agreat
deal about Jiard times and the Trant ' (t Ifi ;
money. i-Farinere who lire within i'.tneir!
in a the iiiventor is not furnished any la clry pressr au ioimense , pressure be-: UrjlHani lioireyiriooa'MaTW- Bortoiatod)ila iwHX?0T03f October 1 The United
npel of the orttiiiarv means of tnfofmatioli. injt this tiin4 exerted. o as to give the beautiful vonnjr tkife Waclnded to settle States marshals throughout the country
has probably been tor&otten. paper a nai smooin suriace. xne . wn wine iarm rmeu uaa oeen given UJ .w . ,
" -.s.-ru:ii'-i UKiOi J ' .tliemr and Mark determKed td adont M 9 epresentatire Atkins, chairmaa of flash times, may i and I often .do-enjey
ie WU9 it native V. UUlluuu auu iovuc uivmwii M wwm" 1 1 4o., -
!. . i. . . i- t f ' i:' n : i i ....wing us a ousiurKs. nere ail went
)nnlry,is linqiiestionefl, the en- j America, uutH,'t))e' introluctlon .of the.;
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y lie DC! Ug Known . asj Hie noiianuer. 1 rtiu ni rimer uiaunuieaj which, wunnie
- ' v...Qi..t ....0f.,1. .,, 1 ni'iltyUittirfhe nresent centurv Daoer was Icvlintler niacin ties subsequently in-
i" l i-fiianutactiircs. "uim. uii.,nfc.m Mt.n. tvt.nt. v.- . . . , l v t : !
nt Oilier --. .i . '. . i?i ' L .r"Liii.f . .ailltMnnla liuimnr. rlli Mr I vpiitpd. Iijivp in thia cbuntrv at least.
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certain sensed to the piecea into filaments wliich' Vere5 um verftiliy made by ha
53f -"I , . njjssion uiid to have eseil to the rays ofUhe sun to dry Having oeenjSorifaciraiiFeu ami re- i-ump. y.FI.ic w.c
1 !,fi viee nd but fi.rand bleach, these ftirther maniou- hand j j f;! i '
i iW lIite'and'ijiow boUedJn; large :;kettle;aiid then.Jation m,erfuried by three work- 1 7T .-.
i,0T- . .... i.:.. . rrard. in in a wooden mortar with a.long-han- lifter A Aat having been filled with ethxr tre dal ae. ax interest
that other art of j 'l hammer, which the workman op- j pulp,thej vatraan standing at one side J f ikg stort.
lonocdiou wit j . . erU,a wit,is ot A kruVthmis snUf ffcbldsfa mould, consisting of a simple J
P"P"io . it -I a. ' staiiee exiracneti ! inimiue rsniiois oi a i ijuic wm CTW't, j 1 ,r . . ;
Ma itf 1,n rV f. . nUnt mllpil Lo-tomr was. Hien mixwl : hoiranv. covered -with a series of fine 1Qu., . .,
v t T tl I1WVI1II I I n - C7 : i inn... UCIfWUU WLHI 1 1 V
f.ii ,U sure means
ykiowledgeof all arts. Had the
y paiier-makiiig and printing ex
yU 1.1 their Resent development, or
ifaa'cpnaiiloii even approximating to
L i Mother ages, those ; lost arts, of
ibicb!5 we have some faint suggestions,
tro liie eiistence of which there is"
oyniversal belief; culd not have
perused. These two mmlern arts are
Slo tle tehicle of eiftication- and in
telliice, of (act and fancy, of reason
inI imai'ination, oi iove,
of all that we may wisli to know
or of Which we.may choose to
: preserve the knowledge or feeling.
iriTEHlALS AND -METHODS.
i lr.f varietv of substances, as
f b rf .
i yi Is nietlKMls, have been in use in
Wriniis axes to perpetuate, ideas or
1 events. Tlie earliest of which we have
I ttcorcj was engraving on stone, either
l'it'l solid material or in plastif.
j IrlticS was '"frequently", used- to cover
llhe stoue." Tablets of lead and other
a boat the - year
. ennftistihi? bf
, . I I I ' 7 - Z1 1 -o
yith the pulp in suitable pnipfirtimis, ; wires placed parallel and closely as lUl4b.lua, wife and child, a daughter about
and the whole mass was ngain beaten possible (together, with other , wiros four years of age, settled io Walker coau-
together till it I'lec-ame a thick, viscous stretched transversely across them and ty, Ala. They stated that on aeconut of
liour. Into this the workman plung-1 about ah1 inch apart. In placed this the orations of the two armies ontho
ed his mould, the bottom of which,
formed of fine reeds, allowed the su
perfluous water to pass through it,
leaving a film or sheet of paper. This
from the glutinous matter -incorporat-'
el in it, very soon became firm and
shining, and was detached from the
mould by reversing it and dropping,
the sheet on the pile already made.
If a great degree of sizing was requir
ed, a decoctiou of rice was Jnixed with
Lthe stuff in the vat. 1 he, sheets o
paper were sometimes dried against a
kind of stove, cMvered-vith;an exceed
ingly smooth cjiating of stuccol The
paper immediately adhered to the
stucco, and the mould being with
drawn, the heat rapidly dried it.
Before the paper was dry it was brush
ed over with a coating of rico sizing.
If it. waft desired to make the surface
still better for receiving thcink, the
arrangement of wires a Very finely
woven web of wire was sometimes used.
LAID AND WOVEN
North Carolina cbnit, where they resided,
they were forced to seek a home else
where, and when they started from their
North Carolina homo Texas wan their des-
e in the parallel tination, bat upon reaching Walker coun-
, . , ty, in that State; they found it to be a re-
aui paper, and on , , ' .
1 1 ... timl, peaceable and prosperous coniuin-
the honse committee on appropriations, that I about all the Jeeility earth can yield:- Bat '
merry 'as a: marriage bell.? Prosperity tneit necessary expenses shall be prorided the flush time have rained more tlian the I
smiled upon them.and in dUetimeawn ir ;jn the reassembling of Cohgreti Th& hAittoeiw4W!ii lBarket'wergood'b1.
was bom unto them; an event whieh wss iMn!perfect accordance with the .under and money plenty ; farmers bought yaore
celebrated with great' eclat; and wkiclf taading when Congress adjourned, j .While land, built fine buildings, dressed la-ex?
brought nnnsnal joy to th parent. In it w settled that not another dollar should pensive atyle, and neglected to pay prin i
the midst of all this' hai4 condition of iirawn irom tne treasury to pay men ap-1 cipai na re ooe, wncun--things,
tlie whole neighborhood was thowri Panted simply to push; the fortunes of ;one 1 That was the time when, thoughtfulnnenxi
into a tat nf .. 1 rrinf.uinn w ti.A xmi poHticai party, there (wa a unanimous t ac- detlarea tuetr inoepenaence. uy v getting
port that Mark Norton had 'eeparated Haie-ceaee that -the . necemryand proper I eat of debWIt !a Terjf -hardtittetf tor
from his wife, and that he had filed a bill expensesyof the United States marshals those WPO went into aeot woeo a .euvw
of divorce, alleging that a fraud had bee' boul provided for at the earliest prac- half dollarwaa equal to a dollar In p
plrtrated upon him in the ' marriage; moment- some of the district, per, and after paying heavy interestbe
that hi4 wife had negro blood in her veins; ihc P of the marshal, are very heavy a number of year., they find it take. Aaro .
ti:tWAte.'d.iM .nu nA in connection with the enforcement of the rilrer half dollar. tqequaUA. greenback
void. There were hundreds of amors, Menial revcauelawA ThUi. noUbly the dollar, .otiut they bavetopay twodolla
s I . r . -r IT . I. n I 1 t. JI ...M.ll.ini. thaw, nira
usual in such cases. The houses of Bey- fiftX m consUnt Ten w6! 1"P J cneap, auufc money ,
ttolds aml Horton were in a flutter, and wlth thcse rom being able to prHUiot increaw in value. , .
were closed to all outsiders. The case P lUm UstlUMI- 1 "S? l m9V l
ah out law kstrekcded. &ard-wprKing, weii-meaning larmers rw m
, Col. Robt. IL Douglas, the United States in debt, an4 some are loosing their home. f ,t
marshal for this district, is now here on of- and good name, and injuring themselyea,
ficiaF business. Mr. Douglas savs that Red
AHk..l 1 a wm.t-rwlrra flAiilh PaPAllfia Mnnn I n'iiraMilniV ft tit fill VaA ITlATA
IUUUUj ,u uwv.xvuaf uvuiiU xa v i ui wm- i HUUU1U L"C mm VV O Aasa ,v mm w w w
pciais ; were aisw m ' i - J
I pi evident from the feenptures oi tne 8ieets xVere again dipied inasplutionof
hjld Testament, and from relerejices i lcineJ aum twn partS and isinglaps
I jiiyltto earliest profane writers, bub- one art -php Chinese also use the
j fluent to the use of these materials, bacj. uf the worn papyfera as a oia-
The paper made
wires was called 1
being held, up to the ngiu piainiy jjtVf nuJ hence tltev cm,ciU(ied to; settle
showed ihe marksaf the wires in both down there.! In addition to the family
lireetioiis. Paper made on the wire! John H. Reynolds, wife and daughter, as
has just been decided, and the facts are
substantially as follows: During the ear
ly part of May last, the quadroon woman,
Lucy Shepcrd, heretofore referred to) was
taken quite ill, and when it became ap
parent that she could not live but a few
shiner, upon whose head a price has been I careful in the future,. If we cultivate-.
web .wa called wove.
surface of the mould is placed a sim
ple frame of wood called a deckle, de
signed to receive the pulp, its inside
measurement being of the proposed
size of the sheet of paper. I he vat-
man holding the mould with the dec
kle upon it in an inclined position,
dips it thus into the pulp and brings
iiip into a horizontal position allow
Oil the wire already stated there were several slaves.
Among the latter was a haiidso.ie quad
roon youug womau, who was the maid of
all work for the family; She was kindly
treated, however, aud most of her tmre
was occupied in taring for Mis. Reynolds,
who was an invalid.
After the War-closed Dr. Reynold con
cluded to remain in Walker county, as he
had secured; a giiod farm and was in fair
circumstances considering the losses en
tailed upon! Southern men. Wheu Mr.
I out In th mwirnmnt fnf fS W-?U5nT rtf nnc I .nnntmant WA !1TI Hfffl liannV. Iioblfl .
iIivr alio RArretlv niitietetl Dr Black- s b w,u,u.v,,;... - .... -i, -
cla8,she secretly requeiteu ur. uiacK ofitgofficc is now firm, entrenched in live, without giving a mortgage, on. our , ,
man, the physician attending her, to in- . . ,a . . v ... . 'JXa i,Lfia
. A . . . ' . . the mountains of Swam county, N. C, with homes. Some good old homestead.
form Mark Horton that she had something L , - . - . , ,i . -i 1 - -i- ' , viun ' "
. A , . . a band of twenty-five or thirty desperate have been thrown away lor very, vanity. ; ,t
i Tr... ""A'n"" ""r "lu foUowers. Only a few days back some of The law. - of fashion, those , who yield-
uvMini nun iu vail auu oiv; iici ni uitvc.
ing the surplus -pulp to run back into j Reynolds liied in North Carolina one of
the vat.land shaking the mould to and his wannest ami truest menus as n
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r-,. f... a f. .Mo..Q w t i a mntimi neignoor ui iue iuuu. .
. i . . , i i . who was also A fanner well-to-do, and
acqutreu uy praeuee a.... .Tiu w win traits which render neighbors
spread the pulp evenly over the wire. mnch attucheu. Ti,e great desire of Bey-
The-water'- drains through the wne 0ia was to induce his old friend aud
aud the fibres of tlie pulp become so neighbor to sell out his possessions in
s form a continuous fab- North Carolina and move to Y alter coun-
v I u . a t . 1
m. , - , . i .i .,,i tv, to assume tne same reunions ne oi-cu
rie. The-deckle is tnen removed, and , nAArmumuA
pied III lormvi unj n rj un.oo
Marshal Douglas's deputies ran across Bed-1 themseves ' slave.' to its -powr, , secta , ,
motid and his band, but as they were much J to be more deip'otic-.than the ' laws, and r L
inienor hi point oi nuuiucni mcj t h uunn taxes o iviug ucurgc. iio wd uuw mw
from the vicinity without much ceremony, obligations to follow the lashiona otton-k
The only reason why Redmond has not been jjon anl Paris. Bat we are 'under obli
apprehended is believed to be on account gations to follow the good old-fashioned
of the insufficiency of the reward offered by ten commandments, and owe no man any ;
the government $250. There are plenty of thing. There is no merit in wearing ex
mountaineers on the borders of North and pensive finery ; any fool can go down the
South Carolina just as brave and desperate gtream of fashion, like drift wood tin a -as
Redmond, vnd if the reward was made flood. It require, some moral courage
sufficient to excite their cupidity they would I iaugued at for wearinga hat behind
Mr. Iloi ton in response to this, request
Called about nn hour after it was made
The womau began by telling him that she
had kept a secret, locked in her breast for
many years, aud now that sue was going
to die, she could no longer jemain silent.
She did uot wish to go to her grave as a
partuer in a great fraud. She thcu inform
ed Mr. Ilortou that his wife Jesse was her
daughter, that she was the illegitimate
child of Reynolds, aud that the secret
..... . . . .1 I I nv rst
which Had so long oeeu kept was me cause. . hig fft8tncsll and briBg him out. thtk .tvlp. or -n Did Toat that ha done
of the death of Mr. Reynold's wife, who Marahal DoU2ias says if the government will I good service for ten years. We can buy
grieved herself into an. early grave on ac- mmU the rewftrd $i,000 he will wager that new coat an v day, but we can never
count oi uie uauu which iveuoms w Redmond will be forthcoming.
practicing m palming off Jesse as his legit
imate daughter. The woman informed
3or it way even have been at the same ur;a for ,naking paper. This is also
lis. otH nwien It I i;i 111 A mat f- I . I : . L - I .1? ' II .. !, llm I . i . I I.I ..I ..
'". . . in 9- maieriai principally u -7 ... the vatn)an SMaes tne inoiuu uiuug,u.. n nillin- letter8 to Horton,
F mrm W
SItorvl the Greeks and Romans used -ft,iJi :ntn ! Hindoostirf !and Persia ti,u nonhpr misp nne edfre of the
fftiilifat rtf vvftfMi pitlifr nlain or cover- I .1.. f ilm fTiristlnn om. I ..-i.i I z. - time I
-t'y.v. 4 - im me cant paiv w ' muuiu uu a PH't iw" " - " i
Mwiur wax,anu aiso tire iuuhiuu.u tjlc mater,aj US(Kl being the raw cot- gecon(js w hi le i,e lavs on a board a
Mr. Horton that Jesse knew nothing of
these facts; that she was perfectly iuno-
Cent and believed lierselt tlie legitimate.
Ldaughter of Reynold. She. stilted that
Jesse was born in Wilmington, N. C, af-;
ter Reynolds had married, that ho notifi
ed his wife that she must adopt the child
as her own aud rear it as such. He threat
ened both his wife and the mother of the
child with death should they divulge the
Hints on Calling.
Hill's Manuel ot Social and Business Forms.
Do not stare around the room.
Do not take a dog or smalt child.
Do not linger at the dinner hour.
buy a good moral character. So let as
live within our income, and be worth the)
title of honest farmers. William Lam
big, in Country Qenlleman. J
The farm belonging to Mr. William
DalrvmDle. in the northern part of Minne
Do not lay aside the bonnet at formal I cover, thirty square miles. 'The
tU I.m in 1STI)
Do not fidget with your cane, hat or
parasol. xuuu acre, w.e y.cm .
Do not mase a can oi cruu.wujr uu n i eu oi wuenv. ocrcuij v. .....
wet day. I binding machine, were used to harvest '
Do not turn your oucvo uo - th ron. the work beinir done at the rate
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i! :. ... a I
Ifria such as the skins of annuals and japuneSe fr the same purjipse. : a ledge; or frame on the side of the d ibill2 j,,e Wautie. therichesandthe
Ifthe bark, wood !or leaves of trees were HIND6psTANJ PERSIA & TAltTARY. I vat at riiiht angle to himself, to thj bright prostiects of Walker county. There
iloyed. Very early in their tns- The art of naner-inaking was in- nm,Pl1Pr was a farm near him that would suit hoi
.1 .1 iNh. luttuvHwl tint linra
n.u " : - r...a t,.a ,1,1, .Jliwl Krnkon.heArt near VOU. I - . : ' A l
. I.. .,Ml,o.n it Pfrnntitft ,,,vlc" I T! t, ' t 1M,.UIi. nnWa invited Of 1.IXAI aCITB a UBV. uia ai u. ....
v e 1 - I ail fiffor viita nf irruf And cthamp. I ; M I i LtuH. af (V nnA aMa ! avpf Mrh
ould assist him. Finally Hotton yield- : ; " .... to do so. - . m H54 -
.i i. U.irftnitiU nf hi old friend. MaiK UIW-- "" iUo not raaKe a a-spiay oi wum.u6 of wmCb aa overseer i piaoeu. vwiu.u..
v a a a a a i iu a a aa aaaaax-av 71 . a.i . '
Iftineiisivfi ivorv. The Chinese, at a L. .k:i. u,i fr nerM thp nro- I ' Xe cn ,lir....!v -:.., ' v.i. P!l(.(llinfl; of the quadroon woman, at once went 19 your watcii. , , able quarters are provided for- the over
Of" 7 ; " ;iju,u WH,t'"."-7 -v T 11 r I p1--1 f ' V 7 , v ou ..v .... ,m.h- Rc,m)1asaud confronted him with the facts Do not go to tne room 01 an iuvu - - fa j boarding
ilvtrviinmaiit luinnil tvrri o With tnol.4 I . . : ! A mill fnr .1 . 1J I. I-..- l.n . H 1 ...If I. i.im fa ttnA ajn t-omiiV'Pn TO I : " J I, :...! 1 Ber. WWW ..uvio
r..u,, -"-duct 01 mosq ieg.u.. - versing ine mouio, ue ..u ' . , . ,T1, latter did not deny tho sUtement w m.l l ,w anmnd-Uon of the farm .
.r:.. I 1 1 j , n.,n M i i; .... . n?..u.. rii.rn iia nnrriin.xpn ni - 1 nn nnc remove uie iiiuih .nucu 1 uuuou .
urirou, uu uoarus, uaiuuou re.3 av. the manufacture ot paper was estau- of a)er ior such it is iu incipient .-. cf the woman, but told Horton that he had r .1 h,.n,t. Th vast estate emoloys npwarda
Ijraetilic surfaces. The Egyptian-, ac- ishe(i A. p. 651, at Samar(and, in I u He ti,en rasses the mould fan"a . a"w (1J mM bettor remain silent, as any exposure ; Do not handle the ornamenU of fond- 1,0 and 350 horses and males.
: .-i ... di: iim 1.1 1 -; 4. ri.: . . i . 1 .1 1 ic..n. vi..fe
iT6l""u;Bl,",ot "f Tartary. neariine ooraers 01 me ..i- back tQ tlie vatman, wno, in uie mean- Mrm -a neighbors, thincs
jletves of the fan almllir use ot nesc Krapire. Paper made at Samar- time j,a3 anotlier mould and wj,nt ginooti,iy and iw-osperity smiled up-
' At - i ! ' I I - . a IB . SSi .
uie papyrus as a material 01 roanuiac- j wag llfert by the Urceks, wno nasseti jt alone in front ot the coucher. ron the two houses. Mark Horton, tne son,
tifrecoiymemcd as early as 70Q years iail trade with Tartary, andrearly i The latter now- places a felt on the aud Jessie Reynolds, the daughter, went
o school together.in Uie neignoonug
f ("liriwt M'Iipii !ii;ill UTflte lllS I . 1 r I . 1. .trrAtynm it intol i . 1 .. l..T,l .Iumi oml finrulu
J; w l me t'liriiiii vciii.ui j v, .-- i ciipe previously .uivi u w
Ijifophcyy, as iclerciiCes by him seem Venice and probably into Germany, riiy.crs the mould, depositing the
toi Imitate. J li i v ; where it was known as "Greek fiarch- 8jieer . the process continuing, alterna-
I Ipeu'akiNg -THE PAPYRUS. ,." AbontThe same time the fAk and a sheet of paper, until
S ; : . ! 1 -rSww- - ft
I jtLcetltwl of preparing itaccor- Arabians, or Saracen-, having con
dniu Pliny, was to peel the inner iquereoVTartary, acquired: the art, and
1 layers of the nanvrus reed, placing in 607 introduced it into Mecca, and
loQe br more of theul on a
table, suriuk- ihence in their western progress of
llijig jvith water from the Kile, then conquest carried it to Spain.
S PttcW 'another lavcr transversely. THE EIRSTEDBOPEAN PaPEB MILL,
six quires are laid up.
MAKING A "POST."
This is subjected to pressure to re
moveihe "water The pile of felt and
f . . . ' .1-1 ;-
paper 13 then passed tne tniru wora-
V. UAoi. wlm tiitM the sheets
-i. . .1 i uiaiii .. , -.
lazam snrintKno- with thf NUr" water, nf which we have record was erecieu - . nnA , ,
ii ...r" ------ - - i - - - : . -, , I sintiiy i.u vic i, mmv. -j --j-
.n.i i . . l.i i . . r-. i . I I . a u i n Ttii i n m ri v 11 liii: trie w - I
mm suomirieu tne tiieeis-to oweriui i av u
H pressure, haujrmsr them iu the sun to enth
dryi i They were thin polished with this century, or in papers-.
!o ivory tooth or shell, to give them 1 first introduced into ngiana, anu u-
Muriate which t)iild take the ink. mug te same cemury, auuu y .v
f?fjnore perfect surface were desired, is bciievetl, cotton rags were'substitu
" size was made of ii.rht bread steen- ted for the raw material A n Arabi-
le3 n boiling water land then passed an author, j Schenf-al-IIrina, says
i tfcrrl, !flltrbi,r.lil, ,,,wl tl.n nn. that in 1151 a very fine ;white cotton
pcrlikvJng beenidipped in or brushed paper was made; and another Arabian
tirwmw i . 1 ...idn. civ. itlmt the best na ner was
If I t ''w,lu 11118 size, was suumiueu uui"v ,
ffSu tolhoDroceRs'of illaliro when made at Xativa, in Spain. There are
hmt'iXl -i i u ' j in.titmrw that the manufacture of
ts" ii is said, it upranifl vprv nrm ana luwivuu- 4-
: -' T . - , j - l - i T.1..- .knul ll.A
iviiwr WHS liePUIl 111 xiuiy ouuui mv
. . . ! Ii.!.. il I 0,"b'J i
ledo, in spam, ear. exactIf one on anolher making acom
century. About tne nnuu.e oi lhe vatman aml eoueher in
theTneantime maauig uiiiuc.
When'the lifter lias completed several
piles, they are collected into a single
pile and subjected to still greater pres
sure, and giving to the paper a con
siderable tenacity and solidity, tending
also to remove any roughness of sur
face received from the felt. The paper
remains in press till another combina
lagc, and as the years rolled on they grew
up to manhood and womanhood fondly
attached to each other, a fact which gave
tlie greatest satisfaction to Reynolds. His
wife had died about tlie time thewar
closed, and his daughter, being his only
child, retained all his affection, and li
lavished upon her every luxury that hert
could wisli. The quadroon woman re
mained with the family, while the other
alaves scattered and foil nd new homes
would bring shame on both families. But ture in the room. I Th th book-keepers to look after-
Horton belonged to an old-fashioned high J, tegTns to lag. accounU, and two cashier, to receivi. "
bred family, and pride was his most strik- po not ypmaiu wheu yon find the lady ftnd disbiuse the money, A; neighbor of
ing characteristic. He notified Reynolds arou the point of going out. Mr. Dairy mple is Mr. B. P. Cheney, form
that he would wud Jesse lck to him, t Do not make the first ftdl if you are a erl of Boston wllo has a farm of 5,000
w,h their child, and that he would at SBS window, acres. Last ,ear he harve.ted:00O
once apply for a divorce. He then went RyUr tU arra0gemeuts of the room. , bushels of wheat, 6,000 of oaU, and 3,000
back to his home, called Jesse to a private Do not resume your sat after having - barley. The machinery ron his farm
.aa .a . a I . 1 . aTAH 4 aM nnrfa 1 T ma. . . . m
apai tmeut, and there told ner tne story oi ansen to go, uuies. .ur .ui.- 10,0.40 plows, ; 16 seedew, 4U liar.
the ouadioou woman, who. was then dy
ing as he repeated tho words she had
spoken to him. , v ;
The wife was , struck with .terror,, and
! could not utter a word. She acted for a
while as if bereft of her sense. When she
... i . i
' not wall; ftrounu uiiwin
exiimin- rows. 16 harvester., 3 steam thrashing
ing pictures while waiting for tlie hos- machines, and 3 portable steam cngjne
Do not enter a room without first A-Wnarrel, nine lime out of" ten,' U
i...nirtn.ni roAlvinir an invitation to I h- , m
uw..uS..m 0 I merely the fermentation ot a muiunaer-
comem. .... ... I . .
Do not introdnce-politic,-religion, or istanaing. -
became composed she found herself and weighty xopic of conversauon wneu 1 al ur.ri aafe to learn. , even fro -a
I m . m CI. . . . aaa I .a al 11 I m
wheu the close oTthe war brought their caiia m uer iau. . u8c. -: . n the if tbe U or eneofie. . aeldom safe to venture in
;.! " I 1.. ............ nlilaot: f llltr flllfl - V ITl IVll U V. I ' . . 11 I ' ,1
fi-eedoni. i uw.iu.c v.y , . wded n is better ioii v w I intruct e?en our menus.
When the time crniie for Jessie Reynolds She will see no one, and passes jier time wo afterwards.
. "SI .ki.1 -nHniilh lftr locked in her room with her child: j Do not call upon a perwn to. reduced
. H . . .7 i . .. ..i... Ji. 1 Th pYiioRiire broke uu the Horton mi
circumstanced with a display of wealth, !
the many year' friendship that had exis- cause
fimoother than the finest linen.
time, -x)r very soon, after j it was in
111 mXsXiurrrrV- onail, a8 Bartolus, who died in 1355,
!; The first accounts of the thanufac- CI1A,ia f hi' havin? been established 1 - In tl
W?ff Parch ment ; are of the date of Mong ago at Fabrianojfn the marsh- ditional
Tears bejlore Christ. Afthetlme -Aucona." -As to Germany, all sizing.
i i tomir n Kn tr nr TwMmna ; I . - t . i i?u-.t I AM1 nnrinm rditained ironi tauners.
1118 thought to rival Ptolmy Soteid to Period as. early-as -theiddlecf curriers and parchment-makers. The
iirnaa lounded the celebrated libra-1
pi les has, been prepared by t he
when it is taken out of the press
and removed to the drying loft.
ie case of writing paper an ad
nrrvma (a neccssarv. that of
The sire is made of shreds
education at college, her latner sougn.au : V X " dress and equippage.
i-.i-.!th Mr. i Horton. and lost ho ly, the old man senm ouv u y?b . n1 nt ta;tle. Do not .peak ill ofyo
IIIKlwv- , . .1 . J 111. I.nfinn l.ft I T . .
time in broaching the subject of the fu- to .Norm yaroiiiia, aim w..,a .... . neighbor. Do not carry gowipirwu. vu
r fnrlr Hnt-tmi mid his la lew nays s.nce ior tuiuwum u iauiuy wnuumci. .
ture marriage of Mark Horton auu ms uie . i.l' n ntJ if . Gentleman, seat yourself on
fraud. EejuoW. U enlleavori-g the a, ha fcjf-K "
UUll f - , 4 11 191 vAllill.J a '
. . ! a I a .i; Aa iifiuuirfv inrAimin.rv AlftOl . - i- ii MnflAiMttn
ted between them, aud "how happy lie to u.simsc . " Do not u a uuij, ii Hwi.s.-.,
ICU UC I. w cr u " 1 . . i ITn (a KlomnH tiir I m .11 .. ... nMAn. nn.llff. II n left
.nU lw, t havetheson of his deartnend w. .j. -r . . i ma "
er. But be thought both her and his son
two young just then to enter intomatri
f Wi at Alexandria, k To. obstruct ? bis
the fourteenth century.
AMERICAN PAPER MANUFACTURE.
their1 1 edges in his left hand and
. Ptolmv nrnlnl.tP(l the exDortl m. -j" ; Amorlcn wits I snreadms? or opeuing them iu a ian-
' y. " ... . . - .. i j ne urv;p?pc .":? 1 r i, . t - , . , , . ,
rnlian Kmor op nonvnx As a. 1 1 i. . ti. I pAn.ievltrAni!i';l like manner with bis right hand, he
SI! " l r: . r"lV ' " . UUllt a wuoiW) " "- .: - -
jlfutstitule, the nianufacture of parch- near Philadelphia, by William Rit- dips them into the sue; hetheirtakes
fiH?wa8 lundertaken at Pergamus, teuhysenfterwards anf now spelt; themjwitl his right hand by the edges
I th quality being atf4 first inferior and Rittenhous) atHhe expehse of Wnd opposite hoW by which he had pre-
J pyellow tinge: It was greatlyl ira- nsA fiLa nrinter of IPhiladeTphiaJ vbrnsly : lield them, and spreading
tivedin loTt.irnn,! uJnia liw I . -. l i. i.u-. I u-t ...Lj 1 1 lipns k an. before, dins them aisecond
i- : - a, ,Ms. 'f tlin U7 la I Iff 1 I I iriril V LU , ULiLi&l LI AA OU A I aaa , . . i
1 Rfepli.soAosB pl?- ! 1 handloU of the shect,, they areiplad
. The method. of preparing. xagi for in a pile and submitted to powerful
; : .utainc ireduol t'o a puip pulping.inu in Europe. aod.AWer, pres,ure. On be.ng taken put o. e gS
Jtnont douLf, W 'thi CwU..loa7:atSplS,PT;'V paroled from . each ,M. matrt . the c,t .pn
Prune current and gooseberry bushes
as soon : as the leave fail. - Cutting,
may be made at -the same ; Jime, and
planted at once in row. a fc-r inches
apart. - ,
A farmer astonished hi friend. In De
catur, III., the other day, by agoing 4nU
tliat place with a train of six wagons,
laden with three hundred and- seventy.
i ? a-i. ii a ii a a iirriiifrii r. i w a ma v- ne s. atihiiii mru iu v iu iu. i ii i mat iwiiat ni nrxvn uv b
F-"T wr& -..
mi.tneenv . ;- nof - couditioQ to appear iu court, the hall when making a forma can. ,i .XTL 'XlUU '
thereabouts, ana tne most popu.a. vr - .f tllA lanreat the call i. extended into a visit, It may ground i ary. "T""""
to be found in the county. Mr. Hor-t fue caS u..v r-r,--- - thenbelaid aside Whether- . tting or at the price they are wortn wnen wer
iu..! Tati ,,d so informed her fath- crowd ever gatueieu ni ..- . f ndi the hat raay be gracefully lieia . ... -ahering to them. They 'cannot
M a . jiukhenano. i
be thrown out upon The surfacebf the
eround between the row. to . dry wltn-
he Bible warns u. of the perils of boio , .f 11.
t eo down into the sea in ship, the .a-1 ous gTeny uj . TrT.M
Monev matters are in a deplorable con-
. Tti. .i!.:.i liia inn ti niiiLp. a mark 1 jhi. wi.v it could be so scarce Is hara
nmnv. ne ucshcu ' ri-; i unu" -v . . . ...... 1 : i- i o
- - . m . ' 1.1. . 1 1. a ininfr 14 11121 ill . HHU i. .n I -w lv fcw -" . -i .. 1..
to tb. watU tete aamiaf. f m. i : Y-r .Wmki.it aklv I end TwriMf.. mm taaaja- i .-..K
tn rnlleffe for a vearraua aim buuuiu u . - it reoaires to pay ior no.j- ; v.4Wi.A. 1 1 . ..nKtnk afTbrds an excellent place
the same; Upon their return, should 01 etcbrought here, money will ia m bank teller fot Itprfng potatoes. If pUed onttop of
11 lir UU UbV STair.. - I a a.k.aa A TV HnUiniT S at
continue to get scarcer.
i'. We think it very probable. Paying oat
more than comes in reduce our "pile,H
certain. . ' ir
; : ? ..rf.
r Resumed Work at Redcced Wages.
desire to marry, the pareuU would inter
pose no objections; Tlie youug people
were sent to college one in Kentucky
and one In NeW Jersey. When they re
turned from: their collegiate studies, they
became iufatuatcd with each other 4n PjL,)U3ou Oct. 3. The greater, portion
sicht. Three months thereafter tnere 0f cotton opeiatiyea at , ig.u,4..n
wL a weddjkM & wanrSn
which proved to be one of the grandest i j " Work Monday.,, AU the
affair, olthe kind that had ever been witr ; ... uave j-eCOU1aienced working. u, 4 t
iiessed in that section. The loving pair
wa. made man and wife under the hap
piest and most promising auspices
van heir to a comfortable Home
iucome ' All the neighbor, thought that
Elihu B. AYashburnVsays that Geo.
ices. Each 0rant has never told any one that he
e and ijood.,.,, nofc ' candidate for the third
of SL lUrnia, did thi thing, last Suaday Q CToand and covered with straw and
.- . oV mrm at fit. Louis, and . hav-1 . . . , . ... , !. 1
E rancTThiSL loate. earth, care atiou iu VSteir i
cut ueen .icaiv. . Wi... ,.t.;. i . rim Iiirlit. A aarkcel- !
nave aires 11 j )uihiu - .- . -- -
uarf and are .till recounting the many vir- iar i to be prefered to a Jjglit one Ior
tuesofMr.Burrandte1hngofj-hataerH kfeeping potatoee.' vf " !
blow his loss u to the bank. Ciar m, - , 1
ous blow his los if to the bank. CiarfoM
: 4 '
Manure applied broadcast tomeadof
-arlv in autumn, or later 11 it uas
.. - . ' f- i.L.-"ti'i i..'.tl T -.'l".l iWCir" t.- l.nri.
VIA TOacVburn. 01 k.eninrsj, n imi. 1. don sooner, lncieasea .. u-..-
dooed a fourteen-year-old boy, sentenced to - growth before wintei; atm
the penitentiary for houseking , upon WaMaa early aad InxuriaU
-..Hnd thai he has determined not to give, tne . , -i-- . .
So?S; child to go"nside the State pril ltart wPriug. Manure wbicfrTwast,".
to be further , contaminated. If there li or fibrous early in the season c bu
reaaonablc grounds upon which it can b. , enougli , if piled in heapA, to sprtya
nrevented. lie favor, a resort to reformat "eo b : - W
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