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SALISBURY, N. C, MARCH 1854.
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Aa iswrtinni awktac ljf II muwm. tkn-
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Hill sb ! uamii ursj hi m sua All II Missis at sir.
.J to m . chur-4 U propunh to iR wbol ,
mnili, j wtthiml widitiimd thutr.
fraaud to thnH wfco tinnai rr(iilwly ihnmnh
TkfM SVSlM hi Hwimriaf eamlMati tat 4fic
I m ntmm. (JiStn fuf dlrurc of haiku w
IT fMVM rfnf ia inniwBrMi r rni-al-S
! Mala Um aaaxarr l MawrtkHX rrqiHrrd i nd if
U a) friaWtd tlwjr sboiU uerupy III" kl ).'- pi
M. Ofito aaaa Ik hark IK it '' Olhrnriv
taajr wM a. aal p ia Ik amal M)l nd eb.rf.ij
tr N. aamuaal ua ibaat rmtra.
LOVE AND STUATAtiKM.
; The eritter loves me ! I know .he..
Ioe me,' said Jonathan Uoubikii.s, a:
he sat upon the cornfield fence, niclitut -
. I . .
ing the course ol ins true love, ii.ai was
jnintiing just as jshakstn-Hrc mid it, did -
tWr rongldy. 'If Sake Peabody has.:
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tk,'"m' tl,at K1 h.g-s4,ak-
rea, sianimcnn, sny criuer, uiisw i, je,t
uscsius uu a e.iy lener, ..u aim ii.e gai
I took her to be, tlmt's sartirr; Skr, rt'
the old Wks: darn their ngly picture.!
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"U'.v7, ,irt - !"1 -
H WgU falutm critter, 11 of b. n.v
tluna.' And the old mui.Va regTar
head, driven about by his wife, jest as our
old one-eyed .rooster is driven aU.ut bv
' our cantiu.kerous five-tixkl IVilkin hen.
Mil I l jo ispiie ins li.H, u.y naiiR' am t
Jonathan. I m iroinir down to theeitv
by rail road next week, and when I come
hack, wake snakes! that's all.
t ' .irt . .
sue mw tivj may stTve to give
the readier some slight idea of the land in
the plea&aut rustic
Tillage where tlie
,Mr, J.nthn tV.uhikins wasa young
imnuer, wc.no uo lit me worm, aim iok ,
r .. i .i ii i
in out for a'wlfe, and had liecn paying!
hi addresses to Miss Suaii IVabodv. tlie
Only child of Deacon El.lerbnry, Pea-'
iwwi-r .i.. in, . r.: . .
v. uii n, nun o lair iirot-peci oi
.."? c.iy acq.iaimaiKre oi l ea-;
body', one Mr. Cornelius Gusset, who
kept a retail dry goods shop in Hanover!
Street, Hostou suddenly n.ai.'e his
pearanoe among them and Wgan the cut
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and nestereu Willi tlie in.iH'irtuiiit.o ot l.er
MHrimr mother. U.e ...villain, heautv
gan to waver, when her old lover deter-'
mined on a last and bold stroke to foil his
ri vaL . He weut to thu tit v. and returned:!
of birhasineathiM W
n a liiimi.iiiii imiii ..n u,...l .L, L,.i
7T..I, ui,... i ',',"i'""'
house Cr him. He went not near Pea
body', hut labored in
hi own CorTiflefd '
awaiting the result of his macliiiiution.
-The. next day, Mr. (lussct was healed,
with the old folks and their daughter, in !
. tlie best room of. Peabody ' mansion, chat-'
"WijflHrpteatOTmity-bci when th AmtL
opened, and in rushed a very dirty Irish
woman. . "
Is it there ye are, Mr. Cornelius Gus
et ! Come out rf that before I fetch ye,
jre dirty splahpecn ! Is it that ye promis
ed me afore the priest ye hatheu uagur!
Bunninar awav from me and the children
-Jorsakeiyor lawful welded wife, and :
xnni.in after the Yankee gals, ye infidel Jt
Woman, there innst be some mistdkc
here;' stammered Gusset, taken aback by
'Divil tho bit of a mistttko, ye saq.iut.'
. 0, wlrraywirra ! was Jt for the likes
Of ye I cked little Dennis McCarthy,
.whaJascd.. eyery.. iucli of the .ground
I trod on and all beeansd ye proiiiiBel to
Wake ; lady of hie, ve dirty tlmfe of the
wurriildt Will ve come alonir to the rail
road Wation, where I left jiitle PatrickJler with s..ine half. loxen wives alrea.ly
because he was too sick with the small!" 4 May a, well tell 1 on" now, Suke, for I
jpo to' come any furder, or will ye waitj luiint any longer afeerd of you, that Gus
until I drag ye I' - (set never saw them women -afore they
"iflnLrvri t,b, inuiA ' 1 irl.. n.l a....I.i' i.it.i vmir l.i.llsA ami bliiu-
I'll follow you.'
O '""pi f?4' t iiiiiw-i, . . . ," ii.H..rwi.to-Bfc.yjii.j..iiny J V-?VJ' " .
:. lie thought it best to temuoriw!.
' I (rive yoii i ten-minute,',aid tlwrvlra-
go, if yon aint thcrit mccousinIr.J
inaony amigruddy, will bo afther ye, yej expects to go ahead pt jonauian -ja.uui-thafe!
, - - ifcjnsjm miiRt xn-t mUn ldotruey--sight air-
id nwny went the nnbuldcn guest.-
Mr. OunHct wa then engaged in stam
mering out dental of all knowledge of the
virago, when the parlor door again open
ed and a lircle block eyed Iiatchet faeed
woman in a flashy silk gown, and a cap
I with many ribltons perched on the top of
her head, invaded the sanctity of the par
lor. ' In he here V she cried, in a decided
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scream, 4 Ah, niondlcii! le viola! Zerc
helsl Traitre! Monster! Vat for you
ran away irom met jis two, ireeyears,
I uevuir ace )'ou nevair,and my heart
broke very bad entirely.
' Who art! you V cried Gusset, his eyes
staring out of hi) head, and shivering from
head to foot.
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resectiiblo old eeutlelionimc, you hear
ivotfceiuks. Who am Ahllatory to jfreat wonders and marvel- 0f
I din your wifer
i , i Avt,rlu.a ar..r,.. ..... It.l.
vi .-r v-
eried Gmwet energetically.
I itit you swear,' said tild
IVabodv. 'if von do, I'll kick
,fane or vulgar
-ffrfs won't have any pr
limguage in my Iioum?.
'), bh-s you, bless you, respectuhl
old man ; tell him he in tint come will
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tell I.lni. Is iiierriipie.i her utterance.
' ' It's a K-sky had business,' Ka!d
I)eUeoii, el.atlii.g with unwonted ire.
4 ( iuvset. von are a rascal ','
lake cure, IX-aeon I eabody, take
-enrc.1 said thc mtfimmare shopkiR-f.
' ' remarked you wa. a rascal ! Uuct. ,
hv gone ami n.arrie.1. .wures.
- ami innts .giary, ti i "w miytre for a wind v .far, vva an Inward CX-1
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ihiok oi.m ii-iwi
4 Two wives t .hrieked the French wo- j
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t Hall a d-.en, U-aught. I Ui. UiU 1
eomrary, sa.u me ieae.o. y,
rtcar ui o. u. y iiuum-, io me ma- n. eoora enpei.os, opening llleir nai nea.ls
- tiftt, Vd cleaT ouf into I'mmIoii ; I want " show them soiiinl in fang and venom
nothing miv to do with vu.' bags, and made the... perlbrm a variety
. i. V i. . . d poses. It. e snakes dunced in a circle,
1 f,"' .1,t-t,,"' lK:ar . ,i keft admirable time with music, and ex-'
j M .h.n t wautto hear you, ye serpiiit, hijiu.J the utmost willingness linagina -
"o'fi-uT"ned fieTfcacoK7qf'rt,, ears wltAhStyto-ainimadAte Europeans. A.bund -
: li.is hand.'; 4 marry in' two wives, and ,
1 cmin' a curt in' a third, (io along. Clear '
ftven Air J eatxoy wno was hiciiiu-o
Io put in a word for the culprit, was
ilencod. Susan turned "from him in
'pair he fled to the railway station, hotly
pursued by the clamorous and indignant
: i.Hisiii.nl hi tli.. f-tiiiiiiiriitirf find inilitrniiii
, - e--
t rt nciiwoman. I
Tlie afternoon, as Mis Susan I eabody j
jwas walking to the village, she was over-!
:'ken ly .Mr. Jomui.an JMuQiK
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el il. Ins liei-t. ana drivilii? ins I;i-nl l'oiiil'
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f,or,E w-ywwawy; mcetingrgreafat oTffroateTggWirrl ndia
He. reim-d up and accostwl her.
4 Hello, fnike tret in and take a ride ?'
lll'l LaS-r if I iitl .Iiltl'ltKiltl hlillll tils.
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young la.lv, taking rne protrcrejl seat; entire pnK-eedmgs-orTiictirati.r noliHfl
' ""-v .v""' Hid Jonathan, grinning, , t!ie p.IK.rai effvt.t ,, tlc assemblage!
'that ere city feller's turned out poorly,.! At the conclurioii of an aiinounccmeiit,
" ' j pro.rtionate with his dignity and cleva-
' It, drcilfnl if il'k tn... ' n nlied .!t.oll, lie SteplH.ll into the ellcl.wd space
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Le-'imraued the old lover. Cut he warnT'pite her tears ami entreaties, he signed
l,v'r "' tt".v ow. v hat do ,
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-rnrp-TOnnninr linn iou
I "i"ot' ih.n myrf l roiio
,r,'ui singing sei...i( said jotiauiuii.sud-,
"euly liraucituig un. - j
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o, i .iHl.lt, rc.uri.eu . i.e y .ii.ii .ai. , ;
! Iilu.hni! iiinUniiliiiL' ut the M.ine time ' j
lieiiiember them aples I gin you V
w m ,. .
v was gixwl, warn't they f
Got atnill orehnrd full of them kind
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offruit, JMike, said Jomilliau, sugges -
' ' 're
Susan was silent.
'(ilaiig!: exelaiineil Jonathan, putting
the braid on the black horse. Have von
an.T idea whem we n. grwngjSukV f
' I'm iroini; to tin
4 No yon hatait
ivtn aru iKiimr nl.inir
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4 Providence ; and you don't come hack
till you're Mrs, Doubikins, no how you
4Hhs the iihl folks,' said Jonathan,
putting wr- the "tring again ; but if 1
to h've y.m Qvwuuoiiger they
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wo..,., uk oHoiug j.... .... . .... ... j
e.1 him IIP. L had.' though. Cost me fen
dollars, thunder! I touched them what
tri any, and-1 expected they- done it well!
(JhJ, Gusset may be iJiopketerr but if he
her n-mornings r
Eat India Jailers.
jluT East India eorreponlent of the
Post gives tlie following account of a re
cent exhibition of the Jugglers in the
East, who neeiii to have lout nonu of that
skitl for Aich they long sinte became
" In Madras are found in perfection the
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t-wcuinieu rmem tfiiien. troujw 01 : fully wtiile the sword passea aronnU
.them nre daily in thelioteis npon the arri- there was no rcfMgo in the basket, there
val of a hteainer, to exhibit their wonder- was no confederate, no mautle, no trap
tul feats and receive rupees. Snake dune-,ir. The noise of straw wa-i distinctly
ing, sword-wallowing, fire-eating, tuinb-j heard at each thrust ; the blood was there,
ling, fcc, are shown, to the crowds who and at the end the child came from the
search for amusement. AVith some oth- crowd quite alive. I was within six feet
ens I hired a patty to exhibit on the ver- a J could not unders.'and it ; perhaps you
nundah of the hotel, and am quite assured j who were farther away will be moresuc
of their superiority over all other niflgi- cessful. But isn't it a point or two in ad
cians. prolessed or auiiiteur. in the world.v-ane of Alexander. BlUz, and those uieitl
i ii , . .,... luimiH I imt n rn thn
i ma arrainrinir their. iini.linuit niimr.
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Mleeeptiini. lnle tlius preparing, I tok
i cnir.H.1 irom na case, me more rcauuy
t... fi,i ....,.-. ,1.;,... ..i i ...i
i v. ...... v i , .in hi- mii.iit nimi nan
going on, ami searched among the circle
,!jf lilissenifers torall'Mlt. Terceivltlir the
i desire omooI ihe Jugglers mine to me,
, went t .mug . a uitmiWnu, requestt.,
..i. ... ,,.,.,-,, ,...UL.....,..vi.eU,an(1 ,arm.HS leatlier from want of proper
Mow.ng ,ke n pa.r of bellows. I cart.. Their fLoe ,,m,u cn& nd j
Much to in surprise a tream of smoke i, A,,t f,..,,, ,:.; i,,;.! u,r...f. !
irntuod from his lips, and fiuallv a iMiiiited'i.. ,.. ..,i ti. 1,.,:.... ..,'..i i'i,m ;a twimuiv iITuiIkI vi.n ti. i...tl,;.i,r
: . r II . I I .-"ll '
i. .'.. oe, .. .e..u,Kracei..iiv asagas;dry without any application, save some
",r"i anu exieuuiii'' two niei.es in mv ui'irt r.f 1,1,1,-Hn.r intiL no ',.f vitriol mil
rection, wiucli he kiwlly plae.nl at my
cui.veuiei.ee. availed luylt ol t ny .
, ti.-n . and also u desire to examine intn..-i",.
fc a "V' vb, v-j-icarv.. no "u.iKajiiujea ua...iooU.raPir ami burst obU-
Really o polite a salamander. 1 oined .
"'fsfilo"ufh,'''Iiwk;dTii,'Toked aroiuid, 'aiid
rt.t4 - fil.iiirh' - - 't.S - .t.MrT.;"T. - .t - rwt r...'.'.V
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flll;rr!lthllI . . Wat an agreeable fellow yooi
euiiii.iuon, mm w.iui a ine you may lean ...uuu uw ieuu.tr ji:ecm hub un iiig
without danger of future .warmth ! But and cracking of the leather as follows :
wa. -about emeft,. a.l Take i j. of palm vil, f o,. of tallow
f"rgot lay friend with the portable, Jilr-; simmer together and add ivory-b!aek,or
, m IesiTnUiv.airitorHniivW ve the desired
liap, but quite as mvsterioiis. They danc-1
ful of sand taken from the road "was jnuiTe '
tl mark every color, and finally, to pro-
uuvi. a diiviuiiui yn every liir.eiy OV a
.'.a slioyeltul of every variety by a
ile manual op'eraliou. "
lauts grifw perceptibly, balls danced i
i hi ine air, uworus, ikmiks, jaggeil j.leCes oi
des-'inm were used like solmdiiigTeads to "ien-
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'Ctrate abdomens, eggs made birds and!
l,irJ '"'f'-e'rabbits, and rabbits in their
furw tt(krwit tnmsfon.iatlon. :
common cotton bulls moved at cominand.
going away an immense distance, but re-
turning on tne ground very obediently,
we wt're completely tied up, ami
ment ana rredulitv. Then came the
iy - tlut niost. notorious and wonderful of
1 ' v-
lescriiitioiiH, and " for this nii'ht on-'
iui ira iiisHii' mil xmrwi t u-m. m.vnTC. n ncca Tint tm nrmripa m ununiir
lhu M'rfiH-nter, the leader of the'"ver the tops ot their boots or 6boes.
,..,-,. I... 1
rested oiiietlv with hw wife
,and child outsi.le the circle, watchm-th
loriuaiicc. uiKing me cnim. a nine liov,,,.,,.
.. . . . O.K..
n i.r sm v.-nrs ot in'c Iron, itj ni.it n.T '
tlie attendant t to pr.K-ure the reqnire.1 ,
j iiiiplements for Ji is feat, directing their !
' arrangement and isisition according to j
A htfire basket six or seven tefedgeisjiteAeiffl3!tlew-4)ettire iwatnMti-tlMM
, ........ ... " t, nim Pii'in u r uil"i
.in.ii.i i.t ruir ....i r...i.... Trnri.;T7iTTrTrryrr-T7?TT7jrYlT..
tiat they ; might asijuro themselves of its
being a basket without any addition orbelore nuxii.g. w itli a sponge apply; a '
i. ... ir.ii... iiiin.it iim.li. ii 1inL-..t .." U.I..MI. iK.rl.t n...i . . . . . l .. ... i . . . l . . . T
" " " ' ....... ...n. , c.( .. ,
very comtiio)! in all parts of the world,
i,iiT.iiiij( ii, il.:i nit ' i 'jiv ' I" . . i
i . . ,1., l'i-
tuui oi tne entire party, lie stooii ins nine ;
bov in the centre of the circle, and cov -
ercd him with tlie basket, like nn cxtin-'
glJlshcr on a candle. The room allowed !
jly comloruble iHi-iii..n. ' w e" were "Jier-i
1 J. ., ,.' . . . , ' .
nutted to see him under the basket, and ,
j to satisfy ourselves of his being there!
i without doubt. A naked Sword having I
received .an ciiimlly close examination. I
I was placed in UR mail's hand; and the fenti
eommeiieetl; AssHretU the clnll s eoii.
jcealnlent under the basket, of the keen
ness ami validity ot the sword, we. await
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. fit ... Hiienr ror.or ... npr jirwwt-
ling. There was no table in the apartment, j
no trap in the basket, nothing lint the
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luirtl stonv floor, and no contederate near
, . rp i ., 4 - , it
linn, faking the weapon in his hand he
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wavedit in the air, muttered u i argon; and
commenced a series of rapid thrusts thro'
the basket, -making the p.m.t iH-net rate
everv. the ;0.Uie iide, .own into
, ,- , 1. . . . A .. . r." ..t t
UrtVOaSket- HI!., nil W C. -ll, ul-. o .v.um
l....tl.. .i..ii.1rt itd- .i..i ur.iiirlit Iriuii tin.,
,,. .., ,, if was ncrtorattHl like a seivo.
A cry came Irom the interior and n
stream of blood bi'gan to trickle from un
der it,-along the stone floor on to the feet
of the spectators, fries of horror pierced
the air, the mother ran shrieking to the
basket to seize her horribly gashed and
bleeding bov! She 'overturned it no j
child was there, nothing but a pool of
bl.MH.I! - Fveryb(dy lotiked frightened
anil relieved, while tile juggler coolly
wiped the. blood from the swortThlade.
Siiddenlv. Iinrstitig from the tiiiddle of
!.., .i.'i, r,f W,.rvr. tin. liltln fellow I
4canie running to Ins motuer, untiunv un-j
harmed, and'-a pretty smile on his brown,
childish face. Taking hold of her hand,
ha seemed to sk the cmUSiTCf "her tear,
and fondled her in atTectionttc sympathy.
It "was a trick. a deceptrm a hniubug.
But how to explain it I saw a child un
der the basket a moment before the thrust;
I saw the sword, its plain iron handle, n.t
shelter for the ken' sharp blade : I stood
iirwin tn Eumn flimr ulifin u-litolr TAiitrHl
the basket, I watched tlC .whole care-.
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i I'UESEKVIXO . LEATHER,
As the season has come for severe use i
of all kind of leather, we offer some!
fi. u- rniiiiirta ntmii its 'ihih.iis.i-vuli. m
.til. .,.l ,..,. I. .!.... .!.. ... c.. .., !
,,f attetion. It is safe to say, that peo-!
.e-rn,e lo8e I10 half the wear of their .1,. j
iramiire, uu 'tn miii iiiucmi
,,ar, ingredients tl.enisehvs injuring
tic leather. With tsage, no wonder that
aro hlnit oll( b" ""want of proper
ra ro' J tl lliLxLJL
,.,... o,.ii,,,. J ti,i
. 'T . :.'v .1 .,
"'nnr m n"1 wy anything ot tlie
,Ur wl' l" "h " """
rmw a -teaHier jireservattve can bc.tacru, Jj plant it exclusively with the
...... 1 . . .1... - t:i.. . .1.:. .1-..:
blackness. U-t the preservative etwl ami I
" ll" uruwi wj u.u oooc, or noe,
next to the sole, on a space an inch wide
.from the toe -to the quarter. Do this ev-
cry tune your boot or shoe is wet, when
you take them off, and once a week if
: tl'.v are uot wet. Practice this and you
Sw'" save unelialf of your shoe bill. An
u'd' tootlr briishj'ratie4f -.jwt'Crt
afford it isjl.est kind of a brush forthi
una aiuu ui iiiyotniii.v.K
purpose. This kind of preservative is the
Tient unicli? "lift ' tf injeT'treft ttmr "WO kttow
"f, with the addition of ati .ov.nce of bces-
"aim ii, ami uppiv uie oooi or
I'sTuhj with a brush, ou every, pirt' liable
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to come iu contact .wit
New Ikk.Is should be fi
lth 6iKiw or water.
filled will, it before i
wearing, "not only tlie uppers, but the
soles, fhon after being wet ;y exposure
to snow tir water during the day, they
should be blac
are thoroughly filled with the preserva-
. . ...
than once a week, People with boots
and thus prareTiywWsuTfeTrTTittTe
from colds, as snow or water cannot get
to their feet, if the leather be whole, save
1 "en as to your
Tlie cold' weather makes thiTeatherstrtTT
and it cracks it freezes again and the
cracks enlarge and grow deeper soon
I the harness parts then comes a knot or
a botch and soon a good harness be-
ind then a worthless
Now a little care and attention will 1
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matter and manner of prcsv i v ing harness j
Take Nents Foot Oil. and Ivory .or Pa-
u. i.. i ; r: i it
"irrrr v w .r rriyirrfyrw-M"...inr.i
.(llll I ...l.llll L- llli; Uli.l. IV. 1 11 e " U V
er thu oil should be warmed somewhat
i.-iu . -i un ihiaiuil -in u.u i m
.leather will readilv absorb, unless the
o.. oena ue uTr iirr- m ivim'it npc a
l... -U : l.:..i.
Heavier coat may be necesarv. Alter
the lianicRsis dry which willbe in from
two hours to a half or wlnilo Jav, depend
ing upon the weather ami previous con
whh Jftan-nntte-. Iw mafcrngihe-wfitiTlWt?
. , ' ., , ,,r .
iw L a.stu and cohl rain wit,r.
(Warm water should never be .used on
harness leather.) Apply the suds with a,
sponge. liub off with buckskin. Thi
will giv-ryonr harnpa"? n nice gtWsy snr-
, , 1,1 i ,1 -ii , - 1 ' .Ileal ion I lie 1 1 1'vi K.'ii v u iuuu iirnp-
JacttKanu tbe-teather- ll retain -a kimmh . i rr tr . .
1 1 , 'r-t r j .1 papers of all nations at ILJmctv-PTlt9-color
and continue pliable tor mouths. ' . " .. .... ... ? 1 . i
... ... ,(... , . . uixt Onifnunt. 244. Sfi'inif. which lre-
. ,. -rrr-. ... . , v. ... . . I
11 it i.cconies soucu wun mini or sweat, 1
un hhivi.uiih m up am. wii.er,
ubove dinected, (without nil.ing will be I
sutticient to give it a bright appearance
... r .- i 'i . i i lorei.;.. in.ei!5 receive, ut ..its r.s-
I wo applications of this oil and black . . 1 .1 r .
- . - .. v 1 tiihlishtnent in the course of each week,
mixture a vear (or once every six months) . . , . . , ,
. u i A . l" . Ibis immense collection of loumals at-
i witi be snmcrentto keep a harness, as or-t,; .... A ... ,
Idinnrily nscdin goml order. It'may be UU 1,,.,!,u ,.n,ftSl t0
(necessary for live?v men, and others,d.o!el,,l7F,sinii capitalists,. and commercial
use harness constantlv, to apply, the ojltwol ll P'ralh- a sonrcef intelhgeuce
'.v i . . : " t.V. ; . . :v.. ! most invaluable and never before attain1:
u..ericl - - wv - .:lAUk,vv - .iw .
vonr. nnd u-nshimr wifn Ainlia u-lipti soii.'il.
will 'keep a harness in good trim for sight
and service. : J1jipfWtswiUpa;y aJarge
dividend in extra service ivu durability.
suv nothing of improved appearance. '
Alderman 15. assures us that the same,
or a very similar application, is just the
thing for carriage tops which are made
to .Uw-lit hi:- Tho only difference in
treatment is, that less nil should no wash
ed off htre rfryitujinx top-lenthet being
mm and much inorepeiielrable than liar-
answer for enameled leather, of which i
aa - I If AAiiiu.1 I iu mi.tiipd u-i.ili. lint
-. . . - .
soiiu. carrimnv tons are Ci'mstructed
-It cwrtro no longer questioned", "in iiibJ
ny parts of onr cbnntry, is fast degenera
ting, and we hear frequent complaints ou
Hie plants in many places are not so
vigorous in growth, nor in quantity and
quality, produced as formerly. We are
assured' that the staple of the cotton fs
being seriously affected by this degener
ation ot the cotton seed. Various reasons
are assigned. One thinks it is owing to
the condition of the soifor weather an
other thinks it is owing to the defective
manner of the culture. ' I must change
my seed, says a third, and thus a variety
of conjectures are started.
The reason of this degeneration is made
to appear when we consider that, year
after year our planters pitch their crops
with seud taken promiscuwwusly from the
field. In the very nature of things it
must dwindle, and ill course of time" be
come, dwarfish ; and notwithstanding it
ilenreei!itM under their ve thpv
pursue the insane policy. lnthesame
,rilici.,lu your stock of ho.ctU71i
; iij . i v
hogs, would degenerate and run out, e
do not, therefore, woudur that your cot-
to improve it to irive vi-or of
mprove it; to give
liter is no tied to cliange your seed
all that you have to do is to pass through
vour fields and select your seed from
. . . . . ,
.wth. and i,r,luce the iratet number
jof bolls. Pku.t those by themselve, W
?U,eu cull again as before-or, select a few
best seed, selected as above, and in one
or two years you will have superior seed,
if njrf better than can be obtained any
where else.' If yon are too laxy or ne-Hi-
,nt to make the necessary improvement
no complaint should fall from your lips.
The famous seeds, about which so much
is said, and for which such l.igi prices
are paid, have been brought up to this
high state of cultivation by the means
stated above, and by jqdicioua crossing
kept up for a series of years.
Try the plan indicated, and you will
find a vastimprorenietit in the quality
And onun'titv of vour cotton. Stiuthern
Our Southern cotton planters, we be
lievc, would find it to their advantage to
use seed grown in distant locality. pUeh.!
. ,. , ... i
an vi it' i i . kxu c.oiwii ."-'i ... i ....... j
pi seed, and Vice versa. In the cultiva
tion of many other plants this has been
tound -work advooiagerttisly, :inereasig.
both the yield and the quality of tliecrog
Our country friends cannot be too
much on their guard against a set of itin
erant law-brcakTng pack-peddlers, who
are frequently to be found in retired
neighborhoods, trading with slaves and
placing in their hands obscene prints, cal
dilated to excite and arouse the worst
creature passions, and leading to themost
revolting crimes. The gids offered by
lU.i.csft.Uuc.U.tradcrs M' tJ. .in.sjouie in.-!
'...w f...,.l t.. U. ti... r.' -...1
infected furniture if a hospital, the wear
er ot which renders hiuisell liable, to
manv loathsou:e disorders. fcSuchthings
1 ..... .. . . ... n . it
of buppressjng this kind ot trade is bv
handiiig-OTer every travelling pedler to
, i , . " ...:..:........ i... :' 1
mu in-.u coi iinioiiuti, in. io .noun, ieu
to commit them on a refusal or inabil-
.iv vo 6. low .ico..e.---. oir jiH-r,0
... .... ai... . , . it-:: .
The following Paragraph respecting IIol-
loway's Newspaj-er Museum, appeared I
ii. the Morning Herald, of this City, on
me ov. .i.iiiii.ii , t
W'ON'DFl'S OF TUT
I We have visited with considerable grat-1
..: .. ....... .r .i,. I
sent an immense amount ot information
. . ', J
on all snbjecrs, polilie.il, mercantile, sta-
tistical, and philosohical,! from at least :
Tlui-eslabJisliincnt is Visited bv the .
bilitv, members of parlTaTnhTTTcTmTTtT'T;'' 1'!
bntors ot the i.ress. mercantile men. ami :
arsty by -an .inuiLense number of dis-1 fS we utiUertuna came over the in-;
tri.,n.;....l f..,i..,v..rs.,f,.ll ..T.m trtjfttrli.mo! the track in hand cars. ,
managed bv several clerks, who classify
and hie the ..pers in portfo.i.., whicl.
they " exhibit gratmtously to res,-xtable
visiters applying tor iiitormat.on.-- V,,-;
v..j -vz ,
S.i. Tlier." arc. thousands
...I.I., ft.. ,it... I., NT,. nm.
.1.111 - i.-u.ni.-s in j v. .v v
Tribune, whose wage do.Uot average 1
1 cenistper iay. iin iu
Tin indieates nn un
-il1' and sud state of tlimgs,
FROM LOWER CALIFORNIA.
By the arrifat of the Northern TJgbt
at Sew York, wlilch vessel has made
about the shortest trip on record, dates
from San Francisco to the 1st inst. have
been recieved. 1
Tliere is liotliing very important in
the intelligence, except from Lower Cal
ifornia. The forces sen.' by Saita .Anna
to crush out the expeditionists and re
aunex the country to Mexico had not
made their appearance iu the vicinity
of Fort McKibhen, the sfiat of goveni
ment and headquarters of President Wal
ker. Sonora had been foniMilly anuex
ed to LoWer California by proclamation
of the President, and the name of the
confederated States is hereafter to le
the Republic of Sonora. Although tlie
latter country was thus declared absolv
ed fmni Mexico, the troops of the new
republic had not as -yet proceeded to
ecupy it. At last accounts they were
jisily engaged in making surveys, lay
ing out roads, Ac. Hie fillibustering
feeling seems to have nearly died out in
most jwrtsof California. A meeting liad,
however, been held in Sonora, but the
room ju which it was called not being
lujfge enough to accommodate lliose pre
seiit, it was resolved to adjourn to meet
irThrttfotrsTrats future -Any.
Hie United States sloo-of-war Ports
mouth, accompanied by a mail steamer,
had been sent out to intercept any filli
bustering parties that might be found on
the coast, but it is hardly probable that
these vessels would succeed in accotn
Coikt DuEss. John M. Daniel, Uni
ted State Charge- at Turin, in- a feeettt
:er, speaking of court dresses, nys :
' j , - . . , .
"ireput myf to . great deal of
Xible about this very thing, bocause I
Trouble about this very thing,
it .1 W 1.1 i .1. '
ter a delay of several months, I was the
other dav presented to the King of this
country, in a suit of plaiu hhick. which I
have often worn in Richmond. I attend
ed j3ie'firstourt ball of this season in the.
same dress, and these are the only times
I have appeared at court ut all. Since
then I have received an intimation that it
would be esteemed the civil thing if I
would hereufter adopt a uniform ; and as
I do not wish either to do so or appear un
civil, the probability is that I shall keep
away from the palace hereafter as much
as etiquette will allow me." """ ; " "
Wuv i Tklth Dw-AT'I-rAll'the tlie
ories.tliat time and itgain have, lieen otl
vanced in answer to this inquiry havetong
since vanished1 before the true do' trine
of the action of external corrosive agents.
The great nnd all-powerful destroyer of i
the human teetl. is acid, vc,
eral ; mid it matters not In
uie unman icei-ii is uc.u, ee.ao.e o. inn.-:
eral ; and it matters not how that acid is j
formed in tlie mouth by the decomposi
tion t)f particles of food left between and
around tho teeth, or whether it is ap
fdW-Jelyr-4Wiyn t le4m
the result is the same, the enamel is djs; -I
ii i .i . ..
Much, very much ..of the decay in teeth
mav oe aimnuieu io ine corrosive enecis
of acetic acid, which is not .only in com- j
tnon use as a
condiment in the form of)
vinegar but it is generated by the decav
and decomposition of any and evcrv yaii
I I . - . . IT 1 11
ety of vegetable matter. When we con
sider how very few persons, comparati ve
ly take especial pains to remove every
particle of food from between and around
their teeth, immediately after eating, can
we wonder that diseased teeth are so com
mon, and that their carl v toss is so tre-
T. ... .
oi-iT aii'J' a'aTrnTT.
Mav freshet of lS4o. Tlie water has been I
trpuilmillv r.s.ilit.r :tw vtirftrsl a-.' tti. i-r i
in.r. W' nnorelieml that tb.. Ren ville i
railnwd has sustained considerable dam-'
age, but wu have learned no particulars.
. ... . .1 i i i
Since writing the above we learn bv
.i . , . , , , ... ..
rumor that about seven hundred feet ot
tr.-st e-work on t he ir....in il u ..I.mi,1 l.u
away, carrying with it four
,,. Mr4 iul(ui itl. lo.l..-r wl,i,-K k.rf
... ii .our-
Uen cars hwded w.l
fluu.idiej,jjn the trestle to keep it from
'ooving. We have nf details of mfsrmrw.
above, as the Cvunniutticatioti is interrupt
ed.: .S. Cart'l tnitin.
Mox ruoMfvnY, Fob. is."
icrehas been a great freshet in our
river. 1 ho t.eorgia Mate failniad is ve-
ry niiieh washed, uiiiLthe bridge has been
carr.e.1 awav, causing an in.er. tq....... m
" - .
, rHi.rf-v..., r. i .. ...t. i. ,
ihe liariCMoii ears did not reach here
. - .. . .i j ; I - i: v;
last evening, until s o clock. I'lie cause t
of tho detentirm wa, tlit- washing awav
embankment on this
ul4-' ot ,"1' tongaixvswiim the pass-
l'.rcsume the diiuiage wIlV be Kaired
j- a lew days.-cV,X, tVWi,.ti. ;
, - -
jsKNATK 1k,stkk.-H is said that an ef-;
oei.tg miii.u ou uie pan oi uie
w iri.e(. io esiao.is i n.e ireeoon. mci . . ,
i ' i ii c . -i i e we would receive from the acquisition of
dress here tor all future charges, and at-,...... .. . - tr i
WhTgs in Crmgmw amlieJ'riHUofiheM
Sentinel to elect Hcverly Tucker printer wavt precipitating two of them -froiiv a -f
for the House, in place of llobt- Arm- Ikjight of J4ti feet. TheV frere of course
trone,-deceasef, with the understamling'
'that he. is to share the profit with tlie -
Tate publishers of the llepnblic
THE PUBLIC LANDS AND THE
" ". GADSDEN TBEATV.
An estimate has been prepared la
Washington for the nse of those Senators
opposed to the Gadsden Treaty, showing
that the territory to be acquired includes
only abont sixteen millions of acres of
land, instead of thirty-nine millions, as
was represented. Of these sixteen mill
ions, the Mesilla Valley Include two and
a half millions, which it is contended be
longed to us before, nnder tlie provision
of a previous treaty. So that m fact we
get only aliont thirteen and a half mill- -ions
of land, and the poorest kind of land
at that, for twenty millions of money.
This exceeds the Government price ot one
dollar and a quarter per acre. So that
even if all the lands could be sold at once,
and at the Government price, it would
prove a very unprofitable speculation.
More than that, the line established br
the Treaty doe it touch the Guff of
California at all. We would have no ae
eess ou the West to the territory. We
see it stated that an amendment will be
offered to extend tlie line to the Gulf.
This would give us one degree of latitude
ou the east side of the Gulfr and the whole
of the Lower California, lint fr these
advantages a are to pay ten nn'lliofm d-
ditional making thirty million in all,
which we will have to pay the Mexican
Now what sort of an equivalent do we
get for this thirty million of money f In
the first place, what do we want with this
territory r Dr. Franklin,' among Jiia oth
er maxims, has lett one that an article i
dear at any price, if we do not want it.
f M- what use would thirterirltory Te f b Tu''
We na?e read everything we have met
with in tho newspapers concerning tins
0 , Treaty, and have not yet met
... B . f.' ,,.
n uu inn ij nv iti puiifi iij; kij iviivu
this territory. If we are to gain anything
by it, beyond the mere ownership of land.
why not those who lavor this treaty tell
ns what it is? - rv---'--" - ".-;-- ' ' -
In the second place, supposing It to be
desirable to gel it, wfiritj prove To be aP
good bargain ? Can we sell this land at
all, barren and unproductive as it is, when
we have millions of acres of the finest
land in the world remaining unsold 'and
waiting for purchasers at a dollar and a
quarter per acre I Above all what ad'
vantage would it be to us to pay more
than Goyernmetit plcC'fl;H-r6jri&tf''w'
expenses of surveying and protecting it
pay agents and receivers, and then get
less than prime cosft "" "
Rut the truth is, nobody expects this
disposition to be made of it. It will be
disposed of, as Congress is now in fair
way of-disposing of a great deal of other
puum. imiun uuuicij, .v.i. .mwT
to moonshine Railroad Companies and
greedy simulators. Look at tlie laud-
grabler3 now in Washington, and their
modest requests, lliey have already ask-
Dicks'harjtJby-iU t-j-y for morfc--
ney seemed to consider tlie public iamb
.... ..i I i.... .1.. !.: :
as school-boys do chinquapins in a gener
al 44 scraniblance' each one getting all
They forget that the Eastern
States are as much interested in these
lands as the Western, if notmore. They
a.l r..B. I. nnnau.. 1. . a.
are strblimely ignorant of the fact that we
helped to tight tor and to pay for them.
They do not ask for our money to bnild
their railroads with. Oh, no. Cut they
ask for it to buy, land with and then
ask for the. laud. A convenient method
truly, but it very forcibly reminds us of
what is culled "whipping the devil around
thctmrp'r,-as it mreh?gattfy-cT'J,
dered, ''flagelating his Satanic Majesty
around the remains of a decapitated tree.
Now, if San fa Anna can't get along
........ .1... 1......... .!.... !.: i.. :
'!t"tl"' '"'1 ? I"-? V J'"'" "
I'ons, together with a new cork leg. lJotli
wouiu minister to ins support the one
,0 support of his government, the oth-
rr "f,'''1 lfP"m' W,,"1J notn-
llUifc'a ' ' c
give mnuey to Kossuth, or rather tuiy for
i . i i- i i - i J.i
a vessel to bring linn here, which is the
., " ., ' .
; - . ' t ' ' .
ty ait our Iii.perial neighlir for he
i . .
s,i,".,,s IKHU or 0UV ViantT:... Jt m Jiir
I'ti.in. invini ... mi.t ...ujioiis .,r a
saud-bank; we see no reason, in it and
woutoTI'gfaTfrTf tlterers atWv-ta.h4ye.iJL.
Rt sstAN AVn.b HoRst.Iii the stepjie
ot Russia it is mt rare to see two year
ulil eult nwli siiii.lv t.. ult...l- ,i l..wl ..f
Cur or five wolves, kill one or two of tlLmi. :
.,. ,he rwt, ami jrea1 the terror of hig
lmme througfiout the cohnfrv. The wild
l1k, strike with his fore feet like the
stag, and not with his hind legs, as is
popularly believed. He draws' himself
"I1 1,4 f"11 height against his enemy,
IHHinds him beneath his uiurtlerous ih.h
S . . . , i ,
ties, then seixes-him het ween the shout?
...... -fr.r' ; i 1 1 I . " ,
" .'"H'Ma .wc.soISr ana
. .. .... I.:... ..i.;.... . .. .
, ' ' 'r- .i" -aK Wt
I iol BKHOI.D W oETj.
eideut tH.-eurred at Niagara Fair to-day.
Sesvyal persons, it appears, were at work
at the suspension bridge, when tho scaf-
Ti...,,.tbc c..,.a.l .1. ......
selves bv catcl'iin? Wd.l of fjro Cablet to;
- which they .clung, mrtil rvcued.