I. . TT H .i r .
SALISBURY, N. C, 'AUGUST
20, 188S: MJVOT38
Patronise your own Institutions.
THE Exeteises of the Cmcord Female
College, at Stutcsviile. trill bo resumed the
1st of September next.
It. i.i ril. fuel, washing. J? 1 .1 per month.
Tuition iu regular classes from $2,50 to
$5.01) per mouth
Orawing. Pnintiug. ice, extra at
tnnderatc rates ; payment Mu.iii advance tor
trui f four inttuihs, ending Dec. i!.'l. For
further iiai I icu lain address
E. F. ROCKWELL.
Statesville. July li. 3in President.
MiUelU Ua!t- kiwlt ut) .
Hill A TVI I.
Is SI Hkn
I'll K KA I.Ij 'l'KK l il thM Shool Will opon
A'lt.iibvJHli. 't .fejt-'Mr im.d.i'oiiUiiua .-is teen
Enirliah Den't I rri"'ar-v t 8 00
fcngiuu uipt. j( lntrmdlt) Oo
jClaasicul Denartuient Jti 11
Coiitimcvut Foe 1 00
w w ' mmtim
ltnard fat giM.d families at P.' per month.
One half of the above churgis is required in
For f art bar particular, atldreas the Principals I
July :, laiitf. ao
Edgdworth Female Seminary.
The next sessjox will com
tneiice on the lirst Monday of September. The
entire exjHi.e ol lloHi.i and Tuition wi.I be
from to $110 if paid in advance. Kacli !
bonr ler will furnish her own h;lits an. I towels !
and ai-o a pair of sheets and pillow cases, bor
'circular, address J. M. M CALDWELL,
July 2. L9 3m Greensboro', N. C.
Pleasant Grove Academy.
Male and Female.
THE SEVENTH SESSION WILL COM
mem e on the 9th of August next
Course L'nglinh, Classical, Mathe-
Terms: Tuition from $5 b $10 per session.
Itoaid with I he Pilncipi.l ?9 per mouth,
'or particulars nddie-s the principaj ut F. 1
ton, Davie Co., N. C.
J. ELLIS, Principal.
Pkasaui fJi..B N f I.
II first Session of this Academy will com
mence on tbe lin-t Menua? in Aoasist ensuing.
Pupils can enter at any tune ami be cliargeu rrom
tha nine f entrance
Tli( rates nt tuition will be as follows: f7. 50 !
CIU.UO ami si:, isst per wwkiii of 6 motitbs payable
at the einl of every month.
No pains will be spared t C've pupils a thorough j
tcaluing in all the branches usually taught in u fliTl I
;laa Aeademv. ,
Tin' Academy is located in a healthy and moral
co.nmuaity in Franklin Township lour mi lea from
ballabary, on tlie nea- road to Mocksville.
Bo ird 'run be hnd in respectable families from7to 1
8 lnliars per month. L. H. UOTHIIOCK,
June 45. Ifsffi). 96:3m Principal
University Iiectnrcs. - University
of North Carolina.
rpHE UNIVERSITY LECTURES will be
I as follows:
I. Ordinary Lectures in the cls,ss room.
II. In addition to the regular course of stu
dies in the Normal Department, which has been
adapted tio the wants of teachers for the State
Public Schools, special daily lectures will be de
livered during the month of September, by the
President and Professors, njion the following
subjects : Theory and Practice of Teaching,
Ethics, Physiology, Philology, Natural History,
Astronomy, Constitution of the Slate and of the
"These Lectures will be open to the Trustees
and Alumni, and to all the students in the In
stitution.' III. Later in the season free lectures will 1
delivered in tlie halls of the College by gentle
mdn of distinction' and ability.
, K POOL.
Aug. 7, 1809. 33-3t 'President.
M. O. Map and Oaaeteer.
HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING Purchased
the entire Copy-right Plates, &c., of the above
Wnrl.s and desirous to expedite their sale
through the entire State, at an early day, otters
to active, business young men a good chance
I ofter three-fourths of a map, in shares of five
or ten counties each. This t?ew map will be
about five feet bv four ; illustrated border, hand
winiely ejigra I. ouiitii-, railroads, post affices,
mines, mountu in-, ttf ., &c. A Map worthy to
Jje hung up in every house, office, and school in
Spivimeu copic- ready about the 1st Septem
Terms accommodating, address with 2 stamps.
. Rev. SAMUEL PEARCE,
augl3-T32-.tni Wilmington, N. C.
ATIORNEY AT LAW.
LEX 1 NO TON, N. C.
AVlLL PRACTICE in the courts of David
son, Forsythe, Guilford, Alamance and Ban
dolph coaiiiies :
Hon. R. M. Pearsoiii C. J. of N. C , Raleigh.
" E. G. Readc, Associate Justice,
" ThoinasSettle, " " ' ' "
" R, P. Da;k, ' ' "
" Bedford Brown, Yancevville, N. C.
' Hon. John Kerr, "
J. R. McLean, Greensboro', N. C.
" Thomas Ituffin, Jr., ' "
- J. M. Cloud. Ifcibson, N C.
January 2f. 1809. -tf
JOII s. IBefBEtMll,
SALISBURY, N. C.
tyWill attend promptly to the Collec
tion of Claims (eb26 ly
DR. O. A. HENDERSON,
Ha V7NG resumed the practice of Medieit:e
rspectVniy offers hts prohasional services ti
OFFICE : Th one Lie occupied by Wbilii
had ar Henderson. Ca '3 may be Mt ei'hs
at his oflfcv, or at Bnrfr-'-i'' lriig Srore.
Salisbury, F. b 11 18l. "-or
Fine New Bopjry. At.p y to
WIU.IAM n. B.ILfcT
Jn Ik Superior Court.
Henry W. Led better, Plaiutiff, against DanieJ
Whereas the above named plaintiff hns in
stituted bisection against Daniel McRae the
above named defendant in the .Superior Court
of said county to recover the possession of real
properly held by the said defendant.
And whereas the said defendant beinjfa res-
ideit of this Slate, has depart j then lr.Mii to
to avoid the service ol summons or keep- Inn.-
sell therein with a Kite intent ; II is ..ide.c.l
il.nl service of summons be ....c by publics-
. "'" "' rmrxn
fn mp i,.,.... "x-
- r. i I , ! '''e aani fMipe
nor Conn ut the eniirt hou-e iii Troy, on the
.4Hl-M..,..r.'.i, .. ...r.l.... I..ji.,4r
.... .,i..nY ... '"-'.
next, then anil there to answer toe complaint
. l the PI intilT in the aboce entitled cause or
the plaintiff will take judgment for the rebel
deinaiiiled ill ilieconiplumt.
Oiven under my hand seal of said Court, this
24th d..y ol July 1800. C. 0. WADE,
Clerk Superior Couil Jor Montunery, Conn
ty, N. C. 3l -1V (or fee ?!0)
E. Nye Hutchison JrT. J. Sumner, Plaintiffs.
John E. Brown, Win. J Brown, Z. B. Vance
and Robert F. Hoke Debndanis.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
To the Sheriff of Rowan County Greeting.
You are hereby commanded to summon
John E. Brown, W. J. Brown. Z. B. Vance and
Robert F. Hoke, if to be found in your Coun
ty, Oersouallv to be ami appear beloreln- Hon
or, the Jinl).'e ol our Superior Coin I, to be held
lor the County of Rowan, at the Couii-House
in Salisbury, on the third Monday in Septetn-
j ber next, then and Ibere to answer the com
plaint, a copy of wi tch is served with. ibis sum
mons, and let 1 hem lake notice, thai il tliey
fail (o answer said Complain! during the next
lenn, the plrintiffs will apply to the Jude ol
said com t for the rebel demanded in the
Herein fail not, and have you ihcn and
there this Writ
iicTirrrnrie itpmoT Colnt RWHow-ah Ci.'wty
Duplicate ol this summons issued to Buii'
combe lor William J. Uixwu; to Mecklciiburi
! lor Zebulon D. Vance, and to Mnehell h.r li.ib
cri F. Hoke. A. Jcdsor Masj.n, C. S. C.
noAs"Sm: ';" s"peHor Co,trt
K. Nte HtJicuisoit cV T.J. SisiSuR, Plaint ills.
Jons E. Bbown. William J. Bbows. Zkhim.on
;. Vance and Kobkkt K. Hoke, Defendants.
It apeai'ing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit filed llial tbe defendant John E
Buown above named, is not a ie-i.hnt ol this
-tate liiat bis residence ismrt known and can
not aber due diligence n, ascertained, and that
after due diligence be cannot be found in the
Sta'e that a cause of action exists against him
in favor ol said plaintiffs, the grounds of which
appear by the swoiti complaint thutle is a
proper party to this action, and that the sum
mons and complaint herein were filed in the
Superior Court of Kow.iu County on the 24th
day ol July, 19
ORDERED, That the summons- herein, a
copy of which appears above, be sei ved as to I
the said John E Bhown by publication ul tlie
same in a pevyspaper siyled.fJe Oil North
State," published in the city of Salisbury, once
in each week fi.r six weeks.
Witness, A. Judson Mason, Clerk of the Sn
penor Court of Rowan County, at office iu
Salisbury, the 28H. day of Julr. 1809.
A. JUDSON MASON, C. S C.
30 6w (prfeeflS.)
Worth Carolina, J tonHtott Court,
Caldwell County. Spring Term, 18G0
Construction of Will.
J. R. Wilson, execu.or of James Blair, dee'd
W. A White and wife. NHncy M. White.
Avjy Selena Pool, Avey Selena I sen hour,
by W. A- While, Guardian. Benjamin
Steele and wife Elizabeth Steele, .lames
MeOrary. Euuna Barnes by G W Barnes.
Guardian. S.uali Isabella Former, by Ad
eline Fortner, James R. Barnes, by his
Iu this ease it appearing t j the satisfaction
of the court that James Barnes, I'G. Mi -Crary
and wife Martha McCrary, Emma
Barnes by G. W. Barnes. Guardian, defetid-
i ants in this ease are non-re-ideiits of this I
j State : Therefore ordered by the court, that
; publication be inaile for six weeks suecessive-
ly iu the -'Old North State," a newspaper
' published in Salisbury, N. C, notifying the
I said defendants to be and appear at the next
. term of our Superior court to be held for the
rw.t r , ,. . . ..I
county oi i aiuweii, at me court House in Le
noir, on the Sth Monday after the 3d Monday
iu August net, then and there to answer the
complaint of plaintiff filed in the clerk's of
fice, or judgment will be takeu ex parte as to
Witness R. R. Wakefield, clerk of our
sf id court the 8th Monday after the 3d Mon
day iu March. 1 Still.
R. R. WAKEFIELD, c s. c
31 6w pr fee f 10)
Worth Carolina, ? Supekiok Court.
Caldw 11 Couuty. J Spring Term. 1S60.
Ja .d. N. Harshaw. 1
James It. C'ollett. )
Ir this case it is made to appear to the
satiskctimi of the curt that the defeudant.
James H. Collett resides beyond the limits
of the State: It is therefore 'ordered Ity the
court that publication be made in the 'Old
North State ' a newspaper published m Sal
isbury, 8. C.. h.r six weeks successively, no
tify ing the defendant that he be and appear at
tbe next term of our Sopeiior Court
to be held tat. thnuotj otf Caldwell at tlie
emrt home in Lenoir on the 3d Monday in
IAug'u-t uext. then and there to pb-, ., J ...
or demur, or judgment iro ceofeneo w ill be
taken agaiusl hi:n.
Wiiuess. R. R. Wakefield, clerk of our
aid court t odit tin Sth Monday after tbe
3d Monday in "dVo i Mi9.
B. R. WAKEFIELD, c a. c.
.It - nr Use m
M...L 1 W 1
M.i-.- L Holme. Reuben J
line Mor,,y. )'.. M mney B. 0. Hob-
ens and D. A. Itavi
Aino Howe and tin' No.th Carolina
Dressing Company, Defendants.
j State of North Qtrina :
j r0 A,0!i Howes an. I lira No.Hi Carolina tire
j Hrm-ina Compaiw Greeting,
,-dience tijitl order In.m lion. John
j Cloud, Ju'lge wine 8lh Judicial District ol
Stnt . Yamtni hrrx-hs commanded to re-
: fra n I.. ..ii ,..kinL.. or m any maimer nsiti
any or me UoM llin properly as nesirftien 1 1 1
j l,ni,ai complainl, either by yi.uelv. s ...
......nf. .rra.o. r iior.er ..,! m i,n...
-A' . . . --."' .J,.-, ',- ... - V .
. be,,ie Hie Juilire olio.
. tv-loie the Jmlpe on our rtuperinr Uonrl at II. e
Com I II..II-C iu Salisbury, on the 2ftih day of
.September lien-, then and (here In show cause
j why the iujiinctu.il -hull not be continued nil
pd)Miicnl K' rendered in this action :
And it a earinp to the satisfaction of the
court thai alter d le diligence the -defendants
j cannot lie found within ibe State, but that de
I fendants an non residents of this 8inte, it is
I ordered by the court that Service of I hi- order
for injunciion be mnde by publication for six
1 weeks in the "Old North Stale" newspaper,
I romman.luiK the delemlanls to appear at the
time and place ilosigna'c I, then and there to
Show cause wliv an ll ilietlnil 'hall 'nil lie
granted Itfl i he judgment be rendered in Ibis
Given under my hand and ea1 of ?aid court
(his July 30, 18G9.
A. Jl'DS'lN MASON,
Clerk Superior Court for Roieon (.'omit 11.
31 (iw-(pi lee $12.)
IfOW AST l orxTY
Sl PKBIOR Coi'BT.
Elizabeth Jenkins, Administrator of Mm
kills. Deceased, Plaintiffs.
The North Carolina Ore Dressirlg Company, Do-
It appealing upon nfKdavil that tlie defend
nut is a foreign corporation, and (here is 110 of-
I fii.f.r i.i 1 ... ' 1 1 1 .it uniil rtrtinnpnli.il, I.. I .. ...
j wirtlin .L imit. of lhia s,n. . I, i, onl!
il .,..1.: I :.. 'I MIU V. .l
oni te nf Hnwan at the (ainrt House in ?a 1'-
. . i i w .. ... :.. u... i . i
.... .j.. ...........j ...
iinsu er (be cotui.'ainl tot said l'i.iint;ll' a cOtiv
,.f u lndi i tiled in the Snneiior Court oftW. '
it ine -ill, i ,i, i, oot.io -ii.in nit, . ,ii.
., i . i .i r' i
alii i..kiiii.I.,l'ir tbolo" hi, t,.r... o( pu.nl e.Ml .
ir ......i I. a. ...l...,, .k-ll f..;l ... ...,o.....r iU
the plaintiff will take j element againt defend
ant as demanded in said said Writ
Oiven under my band and seal of said court
this JOtb day of July, A. D. lPfiO.
A. JUDSON MASON.
Clerk Superior Court for Horun County.
31 Gw (pr. fee $8.)
Elisabeth A. Estes,
Spring Term, 1809
James H. C'lHett )
In this case it is made to npriear to. the sat- I
ifneliM ol ".be con f I llial Ihe defendant James
11. Co!le!t iesu,les beyond ihe limits of this
Slate: It is therefore-ordered by ihe court that j
publication be made in be "Old North State,"j
a newspier published in Salisbmy, N C, for
-ix weel s successively, notifyingthe defr-ndant
if at he be and appear at the next term of oui j
Superior Court lo be belu
f'.r tbe county j
House iu Le
of Caldwell at ihe Court
noir, on t lie 8ih Monday alter the 3d .Monday !
in August nex'; then and there, to. plead, an- j
s .ver or demur, or judgment pro denfesso twill
he taken against htm.
Witness, It. R Wakefiield, c!etk of our said !
eourl at oflti e. llie 8(b Monday after the 3d I
Monday iu Maich, 18GU.
R, R. WAKEFIELD, c s. c.
31rw((,r fee 8.)
Spring Term, I Will
Michael Spuinhoiir, use cf
Elizabeth A. Estcs,
Jaim-s H Collett,
In Ibis case it is made to appear to the sal
islneliiHi ol Ihe court that JaiiicsH, Coiletl re
siiles beyond (he limits id tueStatevT It ttbcre
fute-ordeied by the cvutt lltut publication be
made ill ihe ' Old NoitbState,'' a new-papei
published in Salisbury, N. C. for six week
successive'y, noulying the ilefendant that he c
and appear at dye next term ol our Siipeiior
C'.urt to be held lot ihe county ol Cald
well at the Court House in Lenoir on ihe
8:h Monday after ihe 3d Monday iu August.
; next. Ihetl hi il there lo plead, answer or ile-
niur. or j.rlgment pro eoliiesso will be lak'ei
Witness R. R. Wakefield, clerk of our said
court? at olhVe iheS'h Monday after ihe 3d
Monday iu March 1809.
R. R W AKEFIELD, c. s. c.
31 Cw-pr le. fjlS) ,
M oses L. llolii.es. Reul i ti J. Holmes, Epbrafiu
Mauney, Valentine Maiiney, B. B. Robcits
aud D. A. Davis, Plaintiffs. "
Amo Howe, find the North Csiolina Ore
Diessiug Company. Defendants.
Summoim to the Defendant.
Il appearing Iu ray Satisfaction upon the affi
davit ol (be PlainliQ- that Ihe Defendant Amos
Howes is a non-resident of the State and thai
the North Catoltna Ore Dressing Company i-a
loieign eorjHirafion, having its principal office
of business i.e-:.i, the liibits of ibis Stale ; and
it lui ihei ai.peal ing that a cause ol action ex-
ists againsl Ibe ileleudauls in retlK'Cl to whom
the set vice is to be made, and affvr due dili- !
DMioe ibe defendants ae rift lo be found with- i
in f lie State, and llial the cause of t action aros- i
IB tins iiaie, itiaiing lo :e;.l projeilv Mtuatet eiii.ver to Hals ann owlets aim ana creeping
iu Ibis Slale, it wtbt-n foje oi.b ied ibnl pub- reptiles. Lastly, tbe cbi istiali virtues musl
bcalioo be made loi nd Weeks in "77. OH . sit. au an hid ing crown, upon the Im.ws of
Ngrtk Slat ' in w spnpjTi noulying the defend- j perfected, womanhood. Softening aud making
aula to appeal bt lore ibe Ju-lge ol our next I beautiful with th ir letiiiiug influences her
Supcaor Court lo be I .eld for Ibe County of fntttward iinpeyt- they elevate aud purify
Rowan at llie Court House in Salisbury on the i every quality. arquireiiieut and featule of
3d RofnSD in September next, then and Ther.- ' her lifo and elmraeter. This is tho detHy
to answer tbe conii.laiut ol ihe Piaititills. oi i
j.xlgmtot Will be granted for the relief (kinaii
Vd. Given under mv hand snd seal of said Court
this 26ih dsy of July. A. D.. 16S9.
A. JCDSON MASON.
Clerk Poperio' Court for Rowan County.
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For each iidilitiiiuul i
Special nolicea will hKCtl Ujred 50 ih
higher than the above rates.
Court n-tid Justice's Orders will be pphftsh
ed at the sum faint niili uthur Kttwiti-c
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Obituary lintices, over ix lines, charged
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A Illt-.IIEK Sflll.llE kui:homn
The fulloW'ing extract from a private cor
respondence is presented to the public after
Oakland, Jul v IS13.
SlK , Yon do me great ho nr, you give me
much irratificatioii bv your candid and elo-
r can. n anil e o-
robatiou. and svui-J
s ol nnuru
miy in my
s to Ijrillg ,11. o'll ,1
! thiug that cannot
fail to Co
ter UIMIHE ..''lie
til- upon naiikil.il Ust to the extent
1 ""'' !'HV'" "PI"
. thev have nppoi t unit ics of coining under its
, , . .
I lain I. en-ei o earn that vour opinions
, 1 I . ' .
i concerning me iitimillil oi nnoriniiiion unn
i should he acuuil'ed by vvouia.ll on t h.e current
. e r .! .1. ..
events of the day, and the kiterest she
should feel in whatever concerns the adv
ancement mid welfare of her country. a
eord exactly with my own views. My the
ory is perhaps it may startle you that
politic should be sacred and elevating to
the character of man and that do country
can be safe whose political affairs and inter
ests arc" placed iu the hands of men of un
settled principles and selfish aims; uonij
but the purest and best should he allowed to
handle the n tentous matters and settle
the vexed questions in which the nation's
prosperit y, and pet haps existence, is involv
ed. I think it of paramount importance
that woman should be thoroughly informed
snd deeply interested in national affairs.
Even looked at in a selfish point of view, is
it not 'advisable f Are' not the interest of
her husband, father, brothers, atnl sons, all
tied up iu that of her country ? Can a wom
an, whom God hath endowed whh intelli
gence., and to whom He has allotted the
teuderest reh tious off life, ignore those mat
ters. without ignoring a part of her actual
duties t.hiuk not, . .
We are told in Holy Writ that God
made woman to be an help to man.
Not simply his seamstress, his cook, his
toy, his uluy mate ; but. as I construe it.
Uyhelp lmn in ilR his efforts, public as well
as domestic, mental and physical, and to
qualify hs-elf to mf't all the wants pf his
nature, us Tac lis she s capable of doiug Mt :
and her capacity is fargreaterthaii it. is gener
ally kuown t. be, it only wants develop
ment anil fostering;, to such healthy inaturi-,
ty. With our present system of elucation
women can never read, the point of culture
I rlesiini for her in my theory. They must
jcoutinut. in aliiB. tw iiumy instances, the
j thoughtless and snperticiiil creatures win.
wish nothing better than to he compared to
; tiit pretty, sweetly ignorant 'loiau i.f
I Dickens's David 1 oppertield and Who would
j scream at n eatterpiller. and suppose they
. only increase the Value of their charms with
! au itir of triumph, that tlini, mil the know
anything whatever idf thoe horrid lilii s,"
, Were I a geiithoiinll. I should Hiiirdly feel
I flattered m the nh-ii ut n woman supposing
thai her ignorance would be a recoineuda
I tiou to my favor, I. ut it is actually often the
case. I Mould have woman command an
j i lyolunlai y di fereiice as an iutellifieiit being:
i I would have her sought more for her euter-
taining powers and solid excellencies of
j charactei, than for mere 'beauty ami atnia
1 bility, though I would in no wise lessen the
i iuduence of those attractions. 1 would have
1 her a pljig, aM;HUli,ouipauil uid able
adviser, and etlieient co-u inker ; until slit
i nac'ies this eiuiuence I believe she falls
: short of attaining ihe elevation intended for
! her by Providence, I believe that whtn she
InVsrea h this stwadurd, that man will have
! advanced in genera' intelligence, and civi-
tization will have made accelerated strides
. towards the culminating point. Woman
I becomes lovely iu ex tenia j attractions iu
' uropol lion with the growth of theSe inner
t beauties of mind'and heart, without which i
she may l
compared to a fair but meoin- '
inausiou, which has j
r . 1 1 ... t
been diverted from its original use. and giv-
I would have Woman fulbll. , I Ins. 1 cannot
diuibt. an allwise Providence desigued for
her. anil for which He lias filnii.sh J euough
, lleartless, and unwomanly indeed must
be the cre ature who, iu times like these, can
boast of indifference to and ignorance of
, C i-a di vg issue in political q.iMsiions and
matters in which not onl our public 1. 11
our private interests are liniVlieated. I hoi
I Uie ne I will yet arrive (and at no distent
day) when woman will be retired to know,
to levl. to think, nid even. If necessary, to
act on the tmportaat siihjeets that need the
atlentiou ol truly weMiiieaninir and intelli
(P'ui ienn.ns. inieiieclu ility has no e.
Priy should he iH-nnitt.-l to All ita
sphere! regardless of whit outward form it
, . At ,
20,00 . 1 .. w.:"n.Hn " """" from l,.-mrriwl. lie found her in the parlor, aw-
j nerbth position to sin I her n.li, in the !11r M a ,(rowr vouiiK uirl sboaU bt. She wa
j mud and mire of ilrmafttyurum, nor woul .. .ion- m tiniali ihe ariicle. and thapbrc eon
I have hr d. SJend to the level oft s '-' uletl not to throw it aside when be em. t.-d.
$1.00 ' ro.iifher sex and wear off the fineness 1; c i iwirtieularly a he complimented her on her
50 ' point f her nature with contentions am ri
i) 1 ii.eni i.,r einpiy ii,ii.,is r o, ;.-.
ineiirt. I wnnld have fun- jttxeend the rostra
, of Upward pr..j;rvaymd bear up the euaitjn
! of the country to a Tnyhei Held, and planting
jit flrmly there with one soft. wliTte hand,
" rally arou.l her the hifrs'f "Sons" iffhe im-
i r .1
tiim and ttrdntiiiir over the breadth and length
of our jciorioot land, inspire them with flow
ing eh xueiirc, and lofty examples, to i'.dd
the lustre of noble deeds mid sublime live
to her shining diadem, an I add fresh flowers
(the fadeless wreathes nf illustrious names
that are laid upon the tablets of her immor
tality, fours truly.
RebkcCa Id. 1:1. SHE IltXtON.
THE INHABITED WOULD.
In the whole sidereal system we ace a aeriea
of, suns resembling our osm in all ctwential re
spet'ta many of them lallinj,' iort of, la-rbaus,
I ".' lent(or, bttf-tnany of tbem certainly stireei-
-ing it. Aim aro.inil liiene suns there circle
worlds of every variety of magnitude, many of
which .doubtless form centres of systems a- va
ried ill character as arc those of Jilpiter, Saiuru,
L'ranua and Neptune. On tluxc worlds sulwist,
we dogbi not, myriads of Arms of life, animal
and vegetable. Thousands of these systems are
probably utterly until for habitation liy the races
which snlnist ii)Kn the earth or usm'the other
member, of the solar system, and it is equally
probable, that the races subsisting in thousands
of these systems would perish if subjected to the
conditions prevailing in any part of the solar
system. Hut on one point we mav well rwt as
sured. Whatever be the nature' of the races
subsiding in any of these worlds, and whatever
may be the iN-rularletie of the conditions to
'"" "e l"e l
which tftey nre subjected., the must perfect sdsJEb
.1,. iM.rl',.i.t .loiformitr in it... ,...n .li
tions 1.1 hahitaluliiv wlneli prevail in uitierent
t. V. .
land- and sc;,s, or H we ismdl even ilelect no tra-
.1. ... ,I l I 1 .
.-. that in past ages the world had been less
well adapted to support the races which at pres
ent sulxist upon it, anil that uccoruingly iormer
terrestrial races differed from the present, yet
even then, the perfect adaptation of the limited
tmiuber of faces which wc should know of tq the
conditions under which they lived would afford
to the thoughtful mind ihe most striking evi
dence thai this adaptation is a fundamental law
of nature. But when we find that the most stri
king pccuflaritie distinguish the climate and
habitudes of one country- from thiiae of anoUier
that animal- which thrive in one county would
perish f removed to another and yet no part of
the world remains uninhabited aud not only
so, but that the creaturca which live in each part
of the world are adapted in the most perfect
and wonderful manner to the circumstances in
which they are placed, we are at once impressed
with the universality of he law of adaptation.
George D. Prentice Ints been a constant drink
er lor fortv years. For ten years he ha been a
drinker of the lignum-vitie order. Here is a
temperance lecture bv him, worth a score, at
least, of the Good Templar exhortations and
misrepresentations : ,
''There is a time when the pulse lies low in
the bosom and beats low in the veins ; when the
spirit sleeps the aieep which, apparently, knows
no waking; sleeps in it hutie of clay, and the
windows arc -inn, the doors hung w ith the in
visible crape of melancholy : when we wish the
golden sunshine pitchy darknes-, and wish to
fancy clouds where no riot.ds be. This is a state
of sickness when physic may bj thrown to the
dogs, foe we want none of it. What shall raise
flic spirit ? What -h ill make the heart beat
music again, and the pulses, through all the my
riad thronged halls in the house of life ? What
-hall make the sun kiss the eastern kills again
for us with all his old awakening gladness, and
the night overflow with moonlight, love and
flowers ? Love itself is tlie greatest sthmdant,
the most intoxicating ol all, and erloriit all
ile -i .oracle., and is a miracle itself, and is not
at-the drag stere, whatever '-they nav. The coun
terfeit in the market but the winged God ia
not a money changer n e assure you.
" JKhi have tried many things, but still they
ask for stimulant.
"Men try to bury the floating dead of their
own souls in the wine cup, but the corpse rises.
We jtec their faces in the bubbles. The intoxi
cation of drink sets the wUrld whirling again,
and the pulse to phiviug music and the thought
galloping, but the tirsl clock runs down sooner,
and au unnatural stimuiunt only leaves the
house it filled with the wildest revelry, more si
lent, more sad, more decried. 'j
" There is only one stimulant that never' in
toxicates, duty. Duty puts a clear sky over ev
ery man into which the skylark happiness al
ways goes singing."
LET I S BE MORE SOCIABLE.
In order to increase the sum of human happi- j
m-ss, wc slioutil cultivate kinilan.l lratcra.il leel-
. . . . . .
i ingw one ivilh another. A true, lite consMa in
soineilnng else than simply accumulating pro-
vt e do not ami cannot live uv tirean
alone." A write in the .lour mil of Agriculture
discourses on thi subject most beautifully as fol
The sole object ami aim of two many individual-
seems to get gam, " grab all," let the couse
.piehivs be what they may to olber. The de
sire to accumulate weaidi, rigardlew of the com
fort and social happinc of our j neighbow
and the interch:wge of friendly sentiments
-lioiild be ignored. Qn tile other hand, we
should so live and act that tbe irencroils im-
nulses of our own hearts wuld prompt lis to ex-
r . m mm . At
lenn uie nanii oi letinwsiup to all our neignnors ueoi waienng iooviweo, uieaiuuiais can uroiK
and looking them sfpurely in Uie eye, feel that when thev please, the winter need not freeze it
glorious inward eoncinnne- that we had never I op, and the businea of "ehring" i oanidera--rouged
them in thought, word or deeii. Then, j biy simplined. A nun will throw up from oue
too. let words of kindues be kcn ; let little j seventh to one-tenth of tbe aiuo.im of .w.uer (o
.I.i- of love be done; let the principles of the . carry it, and pipe of onc-thlrd or one half an
golden rule 1 exewpliliul in our daily Uves ; inch is sufficient. If the spring Ls sutfl 'i. ntly
let u be more sociable, cultivate our convivial ' copious, the ram might supply the1 hostsc: s w. II
qualities by frequent interchanges of friendly ' a the bam. and also snake a nice fountain in
greeting at s.K-ial iraihcrFug; Tel no arirtocra- the yard for summer refreshment. With the
cy U' acknowledged, save that of intellect ; let proticr arrangements it should run for years
us beautify our homes; let us make them what without the least attention.
they should lie by chensbuig a love for the
beautiful, so that . v
Blowings may attend us fawns.
And whatever we pray far or do ;
Mar our lives be one grand endeavor
f . type the pure, the good and tbe true '
UsVER KILLED ItV A NKEDI.K IN
THE HANDS OF Hlfi MWTRESS AT
TEMITEI SI K Il.K OF THE Yul NU
A younf gtntlemnn nams.1 Joseph White, a
rv .1.1.1. 1. 1.. I w - -
11 1 le, ind 1 1 1 rions, imlat, (ooddook ing
ut etfhieen vears of aft, and a reei-
fellow of n Is Kit
i " ' r".,"nWW"'. we ,0, ""vi lo
I "AJ) V""'r hu
Barnes. He had been fi-eouenUjr to visit her
U four at various tim. Thev were etitf.iued to
pretty appearance, with liar bsaaMU 4
Miff Hl'ltP flit. U1.1L 'I...! l.uBl.....lup
ns she plied (he stitches wMr UUnell gene and
rapidity as otlwr girls display when skimminir
... .... , .. . n uv, V HUE. UHJIvl , U I 1 III
over the eye of a nasty piano. Ka took bis seal don't like Hard-shell Baptist 'f but I'd ruilu .
budda bar. Thcgr chattsd rtrt gay ly. llterj have a ban! slK :i as no shell at all. Yon ace me
.suiting few ntiuutw wbiafe In him -eeuusl j lniro J-day my braUMtiug, W U. ,Ui fins,
liours, he Wanie impatient, snd loogefl to iin- i close; you inn it think iwas pruud, but' I am
print a ktsa upon her liiw. V'ith this riew of
- i .1 . r r
.irrviin; out this design, he let his arm circle
her waist furtivelv, and as be was drawing her
clone t himself she objected to being disturbed
until her little work was tinisbed; but he insist -
. I. She iii eh- a motion to above him off a
girls are aid to do, generally. Thi- motion
proved fatal to her happiness and to bis life. He
became impetuous, nod drawing her to him with
muck violence, the needle, which was caught in
her thimble, got between them, the point toward
his heart. It entered, and as he was ntsjiit in
imprint a kiss of love upon her lip- his own lc
came ashy pale. His vigorous grasp rclnxud.
He sickened, tell back upon the sofa, ouile heli-
lesji. The young lady was much alarmed, and
e. : -i-1. t :i 1 1 . . . ,
run lor a--i-..io. . in- iiiiuiit an rill. Il.io llie
room and proceeded to open his ahirl collar,
thinking he was in a fainting fit, and that the
usual restoratives would suffice. ' In undoing his
vest it was found that the needle hijd entered his
side very deeply, a circumstance which the
yong lady never noticed in her fright. The doc
tor was sent for. He administered what reme
dies he could. Partial consciousness was re
stored, and the young fellow enabled to walk.
Tlie scene between him and his first, last love,
was extremelv affecting. She wept like one who
feels thai all liappinews on earth is lost. He con
soled her by saying that he would get another
lover soon tio fill his place, who would be more
worthy of her than he eould hope to'' bo, and
who would make her liappv. This but increaa-,-d
her sorrow. She sank down uuon tha Dm
lowed a heavv dose of laudanum, which -wa-
. .1 t .1 c .. .i.A
t L i. i e
I,,l,. tl,.,f m mm n.lr It w.m Home l.me tM'tor,-
"?" .. . ... ... ... .. ..,
' MP Wl IWIrt.'m , I II Wii, Hill! UK' IHIIHI-VUll
, ' h, ,.,.., . .a..!ulaB
ficiiltv she was brought hick to consciousness.
The first word she attered was, "(l, wh re i he?
let me go to him ; I will be vith him." At the
same instant the young gentleman was resign
ing his spirit into the hand of its Maker in the
adjoining room. He died about 10 o'clock-
She is still in a precarious cond&en, and evinces
symptoms of insanity."
THE HONEST LAWYER.
u Arc you the lawyer?" said a young man
hastily taking off his hat.
" Yes, sir, that's my business; what can I do
for you V
"Why aomethin of a job, I reckon. The fact
is. I have gotten into a bUie trouble, and want
a bit of help." And he took out a five dollar
bill and laid it on the table.
The voung lawyer made no motion toward ta
king ih '
Client. Why don't you take it? I don't
call it pay,.but to begin with ; a kind of wedge;
what do you call it ?
Lwycr Retention fee, I presume you mem
Client Jnst so,, and by your taking it you are
my lawyer. So take it.
' Lawyer. Not quite so fast, if you please.
State your case, and then I will tell you wheth
er not I will take the retention fee.
Client Why, Mister, the case i- simply thi:
Last spring I was doing a little business by way
of selling meat So I bought a yoke of oxen of
old Major Fannworth. I was to liave them for
o le hundred dollars.
Lawyer Very well ; what became of the ox
en? Client Botchered and sold out, to be sure.
Lawyer-1- By you ?
Client Yes. "
Lawyer well, where' the trouble ?
Client Why, they sav that, a I only gave
mv note for them. I need not nav it. and 1 want
...... ... I...I.. in., t,, ..... f.lur iii il
Lawver How. do you expect me rotfft : T
Client Plain as day, man ; jnst say. Mentis-
men of the J iry, ihis'yomig man was not of
...... ..-I..... I,.. .-.v l .ur Vmiiswiti'lb tha nil.
nfld, therefore, in ", the note i- good for noih-1
ing; that s all :
liwyer And was it really so?
Lawyer How came Major Farnsworth to let
you have the oxen ?
Client )ii ! the godly old man never sus
pected that I wa under age.
Lawyer What did you get for the. oxen in
selling them out?
Client Why somewhere lietween one hun
dred and thirty, and one hundred an J forty dol
lars. ' They were noble fellow.
lawver And, so von want me .to help von
eh, ...I t li.it li..ii,..t old in in nut ot the-e nicen
hmiilrlWiiii itii lr ItiUknm ini.iioi rfi ifinn
irives'viMi the onnortunitv to do it! No. sirr
out in'i your retention fee. I oroiuised mv dy-
ing mother never to do such a thing, and 1
de first. And a for you, if I wanted to help j
you to go to the ."state prison, I eoinu iaae no i iiarui y nnmr,
yourse so sure as to do what you offer to pay me 1 en 1 ,
for doing. And, depend upon U, the .lawyer.',. A, L-m Lrmrt.fmm the Hhn.1t t r
who does help you, will be roar w.rt enemy. ; lated hy W: ScwidiMV.th; n hi- return ftoin
Plead minority': No; go air. and pay for your. I hi- mission iu .India, ittftvfrft lengf Wnce, htfiat
oxen honestly': and live and act on the nriii. i-i aianding on a deck of a sicumer, witTi his -i.
I pie, that, let what wiU come, you will be an bon- ;
! est man. '
A Hydnvdie Ram. The advantage of pure.
fresh water, i-onstantlr Bowing iulo watering
trongh for all live atock U, says an exchange,
very great. When one has a spring strong j
enough for the puriHc, a hvdranlic rani, with
the nect-asiirv pita? aiid oth.-r apparatik.. it need'
i not Cost more than fifty dollars aud all the Iro.i-
1., r . - A:...J .1 I . I I.
A lady was examining an anphetnt for the
ofioe of "maid of all work" when she interroga
ted ber as follows: " Well Miry, can you aeonr
tinware with sJarritvT" "So ma'am, ' rsdil
Mary, "I sJwsyneootf them with aud "
' THE IIABtP tK a TIK CSA XDSTRJNt JS "
The "Eilitora IVaWer oftho August llnt-per
republishes the In mom uJd seriuot.. "He i.i'
unn a h.irn of a thousand trinr;" which U
' esrtainlv good n..:i!;h to he reprinted at lcn:
I . .
n wen Die or ten year, aiiu so we i.uia.u
the sxamjde of llanmir :
I may say to yo, my brediering, that I ani not
an edenalisl win, an' 1 am not 1 ue o' them thai
bleevea cdis-ation is msSiarv for nOospel min
ister, ftir I blecve the Lord educ.ms his preach-
era just as be wants 'em to be edeeaied ; an' -a!-iluamh
1 sav ii that oughtn't to say il, yet in
the. State of indianny, whar 1 live, I liar's in. man
as Kits a bicv.-r onL'rueation nor what I irib.
U4hre, bend- Thar a. ay b wane here lo-daVj tuv Wether
fivrs HviiiK . r diu i Iuiomt wl.ai persuasiuu. 1 ani uv.
i Hell, I may -ay fa roa ar (rethcruig, that I
;' a !I ard-heU'B mli-t. ' Thar's sume felka ns
i a mm .1 ...
not prouif, tin brclhering; an' allhoiigh I have
neen a.preaciicr uv UiegiMpel lor tweptv year,
an' although I'm (Sapling uv a flat-boat that" lies
$i Tour landing, I'm not proud, my hrethering.
k I'm not gwlne to tell you e,ir:My whar my
tex may be found; suffice il ler say it's in the
hsis of die Itible, an' VOu'l find it soiutwluir
Ktwccn the mst ehipter'nf the boiik of (in ra
tions an' the last chapter of the hook of Revolu
tions; an' if vou'll go an' sarch the Scriptures
you'll nitt only find rv!J tex thar, but a grm.
Bienny other tere as will do yon good to re: d ;
an' my lex when yo'i shill find it, you skill tin 1
it to read thus :
Vnd he played on a hart, uv a thousand
' strings sporits "of just men made nerfeck
ii . i . . .
My tex, bretherinir. leads nu-to sneak of sk i-
its. Now tha.' a great anv kinds of sj.er
its in the world. In the fust, pl.uv, tha.' tin
sperlts as soni folks calls ghosts ; then I bar' I the
spirits Hp ttirpingtimc ; and then thar's the sper
its as soin f das calls liquor, and I've got us good
artikel uv them kind uv sperita on my Bttt-Uiat
as ever was fotched down tbe Mis-issi'ppi rivirj
but thar's a great many other kinds uv.spcrits,
for the t. 'it says: "He played on a harp uv a
(A'.M-sand strings sperits uv just menmadttper-
But I'll tell you uv the kind uv sperits as
mem in the tex it'n ftrr. That h the kind nv
sprits as is raent in the tex, my hrelheriug.
Now, thar's a great many kuids of tire in the.
world. In the first place, thar's the commoy
But I'll tell you the kind of tire asmuit in Uio
lex, my hritheriug u'a Lell tut .' au' that the
4kind of fire at manv of vou'll come to ef you
,..., ,i i,,,,, ,,. ...i,, ,:n fr
s.. . ....... . . -
'-He nhired on a hart, uv a fA..Mf htriinrs-
suerils of iu-t men made nerfeck."
Now the different sort uv lire in life world
may be likened unto tbe different perwasinn- n
the world. In the fust place we have tbe 'Pw
copalians,' an' they'ri' a liigh-sailiii an a bigh
i il it In' sot, and they aiW be likened mitoa tur
key buiKird thai flies up into the air, and he goes
up and up till he looks no bigger than your finger-nail,
an' the fust tiling von know ho cum
down aiv' down, an' is a filfin' himself on Ihe
karkiss uv a dead boss by the side uv the road
and " He played on a harp uv a fleii asm! stritigs
-p ril of just men mafle ?rleck."
Ant! then thar's the Methodia, an' thej W?
be likened unto the squirrel runnili' ui a lK ;
for the Metliodis believes in gwine on from one
degree nv grace to anuthcr, an' finally on to j.cr
leckshiin ; an' the s.piirnd goes up an' up. LJt'
he jump from lim' to Mm', an' branch to branch,
an' tbe fust thing you know he falls, an' down
he comes, kerHuminti ; an' that's like the M- Ji
odis, for they lVntlers' fallin' from grace :..i '
And " He played on a liarpof a tAoa-sand strings
s)crit of just men made, perfeck."
And then, niy brethruix thar's the Baptist
ah! and they have bin likened unto a possum
on a simraon-trec ; an the thunders may roll,.
anf the airth may qnake, but that fmsstun clings
thar t.ill ah ! An' you may shake olio foot
Loose, but lothvr's tltar ; an' you may shake all
his feet loose, but he laps his tail around rha
Km1, an' he rHngs frfr ercr : for lie plttyisLitti
a harp uv a Mrw-sand strings- spcrits of just moa
A Sintlar and TerribU AceUUnt. A letter
from Princeton, Kentucky, thus relates the jku
ticular a fearful accident which occurred on tha ,
A man, named Boot Crow, was haiUing upon
hi wasgon two immense muuione, neoJSlu' a
weiglred 2,M-"( pound. While jas-ing fong
wintrlred 2.S"0 Hounds. While
side of a high hill the heaviest stone rolled 1 lm
j the wagon and sciled down the declivity vith
j fearful velocity, crashing small trees and -hi ul-
I liei-v in its etiiirmc. Tile lluU; . ul U UltllltX. IIUIU-
cd Darnell, was situated at the fool of the LijI
The millstone went enrsliing through
lstonc went enrshing through ft rones
the yard of the farmer's bouse, wher
re a number of bee hives. In tit y '.n
there were a
were olaviiii wver.il children. The Is
i in t.
were upset, and the bees i" their e-i
lighted iikiii the children, stinging ti
Irinhtl'iil manner. The progress of ii).
I r ;i'
stone wa Dot -impeded in the least by its ervll'
sion with llu' hives, and it went bflnndutf into
stock pjisture Iwyopd ihe bouse. It daslusi
through a Jicrd of calves and horses kfllii;.g : ei
of the .former and one of the latter, almost m
stantly. Tlie children in tlie var.l hail been c.aip'c clv
! covereil with the bee, t'lld each one was 'i
by tneni until their niersons were entireh c
: cl white swelling, (lite of them
lied a short
ifter the ierf ible oeeurreiiee, and two oils.
er are entirely speechlcs and blind. Ti.ey can
youth, when he he.inl a reii'Ieiuaii u.-i:.'. i ,
al,d profane language. Friend,'1 c .il ihe r"..'-
for, aeco-tiug Ihe swearer, 'lui la my fori,
wa. brougin up in a b-ntk-cn country i J a !.,
of P.lg.iu in lolatry : h it in all his lit. be '..v..
heard a man blaspheme hi- maker u ntil noy ."
The m-in cn-fored, blurted ottt an anoidgy, ..."
hs.k- . isit a little ashttmcd of fctgeitt,
, lAHinung win ui'eumiii.uo w.uiaerluiiy n r; i
add a Utile every diiy . 1 not Wait for" a lor 1
period of leiwire. 4iek up the brndt and gaiu
one new idea, if.no tuonu. Save liikt one, aui
. i t i . , ....
add another as soon ad vott can. S.
Scotch adage, "MaAy a Utile make a hlickk
Tlie lovelieat bride cvor evu at'iirir. i
there now, an l slie wear a coralie rim Kflk i .
with long tra'n, trimmed with a d . u uou,.-.v
flounce, above which is a row of pluk aiju v. .,
le libers, boots to oorrospond of pink sidt, e
high French Locds.
The revenue reoeipU fr an totacco
three districts in rirfola. trotn 'eptiel
1st i.. August l si. vrf i nhnrvst .
ceae of receinu for th suu-Suie lMt