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VOL. XL-NEW "SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C, SEPTESiBER 14, 18r4.
J. J. 1WINEII,
EDITOR AND PIIOI'IU KTOR:
Tw 1 hut -yr. puiil wiiliiu three muni hi fnwn
4U of tabtrriplMiu ; t woduHani and fifty cent if not
(ai4 befiife th ripinitiori 4 the year, mid three d.l
M after the yrr ha epitfd. Nit pnpT dinrtmttii
4 until H arrearage uv jaid feppt at the opt km
w lira bailor.
Utur. i ih. fcd.ir ,uu.t i ,.a,d, to
v""""" ; l
V a ir
A MjH.r. u th vrfef-e iN-rfejin-d Uy I ft cltw lliirc
All vrtMMlnrntrin.kjitg IJiir IJ quare, flrirjr
4 w fnulrtoMi t I ixfuani . MakiuK ..r '-' -r.-eharfrd
in fnp.rtun l a All Irartn.n. f jr
M l i or I. ekwfrd in prutrtaii hi Ihr Jr.
whicb rt w tt rrarliiHiat U.1
Mirtial rrnrwats. ilhKit .diJittMnrtl
(ranted tu IhuM bu- aiivrrliM rrf ularl) lhr
Tarre rfttltari fi annomirmj rsiululftl.d f.r Kifier
Court rUer rhargftt w r r-ut httflirr than 1
. aWnr ralt-a. Order Uivurct- uf humud aut wife
.1 rVrawa Mntliuf j)ti (ivi-rHrwntrni arc r-tp-rt-rd
toMtti1 ih ntitiibr" iinto-riiufi rrqnirrtt ; utet if
it M wwtx'd thy hmitti ttcctipv tii- r-:it ttj.-i. f mi
bl, nU ufMHi th brk tin -.ifJ clwe, 4rh rmw
they will W hj1 up in the uu.I p)W aniJ cUard
l.F S S If. Hill, an ratd-L
rr.-iH"Tiift n.lty trt. v. .
TIIE EASTKKN WAII. (
The steamer A-ia lias brought Kngli-h
dates to the 12th in-r-atit. but le. thing of
any very peculiar intere-t roueerning tin
war, except the report of the lioml.aid
ine lit, ami the assumed or presumed, cap
ture .if the liii'sian fortiv.-.i of lloiieirs iiel.
in the llaltir. Th-I- is ii pretty string
Jilactt, and the eaptnrw of it will 1..- uu
chievemejit for allies to li.i.r uf. and
I WKJ P?J. tiavp'flnrne'htit-1 it r -hi Uh way
of enterprise ami cuuTj'el:"'"tirrtu fwl
tuev Uuvh Uolie it g . Hl ileal. 1 lit " i
Bllcll fleetifejjLiihey have lilted out. and t..
lranjHirt jii.irmr -of i igiitv ih oi-and
trxp8 upwards .if three fliMustiiid ruih'-.
is doing much, certainly, in the ay of
preparation. This thev have done, aiid
liave 'blufkaded, tln'-v sav. the whole coa-;
li.,.; :.. ..ii .i". i l. ,i...
shore's tl Wii -lite I Jtack n4 I )i e-t-
.J'arjiic4Jt.Ul Jii.'t the 'a-piaii. So thev j
- tay v Lut, as if iu tlerisiou -of . tliLs xuuver j
sal rigorous blockade, a Uussiau steamer !
left Sehar4op.il the other day, imt in l)',-!t
lace 'J, oul- m.pui ot thu. tiioeJauiiig
Squadron, ran thy w ii to the 'Asiatic (oast,
within fifty or sixty mites of Constantino
ple, captured three or four Turkish ves
sels laden with coal, ami returned un
scathed and mi pursued back to Seba-to-ml.
This small matter ha caused much
dissatisfaction iu England, and the people
begin to doubt whether they are gi.-ttiu
lll gmtAIlltJ'J liUlJ. IL "V . J '
.i. : ... .l t .i - . .. .i . .i i
- a liberally givu. wuh the cxpuUvn Vl
having tljo war can ieu on will, vigor am
success. .This occurrence, thev sav. show
with what viifor it is carried on iu tin
taken, as was promised, is not even black -
nueu, as every one kiiows migni nan
been done; and nothing has bee-n done iu
the Ilaltic, beyond the making of. survey.
and recoiinoinaiices, and taking sound
lllgs. Crolirta.lt dcties the combine. I
fleets, and, indeed, .they do right not to
attack it; for the probability is that they
Would be demolished if they attack to
. conquer or to be conquered. Hut Seba-
.topoL they say will sbe: taken-.-that is, the f
that Very forini.l.ible stronghold
The UiiKsiati seem to be really evacu
ating the i'riiu ipa! -whether to return
in greater strenih or imt, remains to be
fl, or whcl her Innu fear ot Austria, or
from an understanding with her, is -till
uncertain. To this .lav the allies .To ii.it
know how Austria w ill finally take, her
stand on- -the gr 'at -Latera i ueiioii
whether as theii friend or as theirciiemv;
. and this shows liowOitterly false, untrust-1
worthy,; and -V4ialiH.-.aPejiUliilI
:--iiil -l'ilmiinit - .to-t rrtu..- 'I'lijun. : lll-e I
M....m..,n, .. -v-'.v,,,,.,,, from the diudgerv el sever.- ful. i- -vouvicted ol inansruugliter ; and now, at ,.. , ,.s...-t - . . , the jcrowu. cue nursed ner liiiant ai ner l"Sg'..j "?"S
0111.1.1011.01.1.1 strong is fciit at,,, r,t-ftr ,- ,,',, - T)k.,,. Wt.n. t,R. u'.,,. f twenty, hi,; gone, leaving hi-;'"' '""'d to tise in opening .4ldy ; but the clever man dances ,nv,uwom-alw:avs att
once against it aslias T en Jyue. it i- ' , ilutsaTr - su,.t -"rlace drains through every tie d Ihal is , ,,. ,, ),v.l,y w.1l hhl, ,( ,n , r? - - , , ,,,, ,IIU ,l,,Keu
- told, it ,hWI mi y,t.Ht .U.wu And il , ' t)lt.vltr n. ' lure .' l-u-iiH
taken all w,l htf p w-i.h the t.xar ,., the ,,aml ,;,, !a!iv ,,;;, ,.-. earcrated w.'.l.in its dismal walls for the-1 ? ' W 'fV' uu a-idVnjo in- ..,hi,,". but too light to be ' shu.piaced at.. )m as he l.eke.1 Jj .late,I --
JlarkSea. 1 be other strong place will . !.. . , .- , ; , . . '. . . , i,; i. ,. I. ;,, t or working with one horse, we look up- "J J '"r- A small table beside her mother s at her thought eggs come out ot chjtkus.
. all be apt to be cap,,,,',. alJ., for there j ZUZu tlZ can' iontZpC ! - W 'f , , i -a.s, yet never indulged in any except ' ThUsend the Urst lesso.u ; .1
Umidtni-ii uav e., ..niu ll mi hpihi- onf it i -. ' r- - - . - ... ....... r " i ii-iMirilif a -ttriti ll.i.ii. it.l.lu tU I't 1 111 kU: UUlI'll U' Tl!llliri I 1 1 II I.I II 1)1 I Hi t'l IL III 11 1 1 . 1 11 , . .1 W . ..... ..m ii,. t. ai i.nl.tn t ia -
tm fiiiiii. niiviiitiif iii.'i' I ... I ii , iioii'- us . " . . ... , . - . .. . i i .t c i i i siet- i lot, iiii.i I o :l eiuiii.-, oiei. v ui i -u-k i ei r i-s. ii t cie ei iiiau iu us- . . t -i ' . . i - i . . . i . .1 .. . . .
spaw'i.lv'iitVV" 'rsii' " pnfini'ahntiavtr:rrk-'.' -h-'-Iw--4lv--4Mt,' Xu. irLJ
anv eimlidence in each other: and when
Nicholas, told the l!ritih Lmbassador 'getting down to the depth of some eight
lliat he wanted nothing Vi but the worrt;cen-nr twrntv -f.-et found signs of water
of a gentleinaii," he meant, probably, a 'very perceptible. At la-t he struck bis
go.Ml deal l,-.iv than Ite seemed to menu pick through a thin layer ol slate, when,
that he preferred the word of un l.oti- all at once, and wilh a noi-e like Ihiimter.
, est man to any amount of ollicial ami min-! sufficiently loud to be distinctly heard all
istcxiltl assurances. Austria has been oyer the neighborhood, a stream . mm
hacking and ti Minus as the sailors say, cv- gled gas and water burst through the on
er since tho war commenced- has prom- 'lice, in-r.ml!v killing the unfortunate man
ised the allies time times, and the Sul- nud tilling the wcll to th.-depth ot ten or
tan oiiei'. that hlrfr-wmild nnue into. The ! tw e.lve,fnet vTtli ivater. i.s -till escapes
fii.1,1 f..wlo. ot. -T.r,.r:;. tl... ;.l,. : .md
.wyvveeut!y.-lli-iiait' ihl tluiUl.airtm:an..l vioitsit'mono.n, reM-inbiing. . hu
" . tht lus kMix&ivi. Willi them tn tfot. rnak-cawblnn ; "f .Iv'ilin llm'k
ing peace with the Czar, on the principle
or the ., ,j ant, UJum, and tlut I.e.
must give guara.,t,cR of some sort that he
will he ot bet er behavior hereafter So
say the our ol lenna, and yet nobody
is sure, unu an are a nine- up prene.isive,
. i . it .. . i - ..I i
lliat there is no hiuceritv hi the declara-,
tion. 1 his is a iii.-t pregnant com.i.vn -
tury npon royal ami imperial mwd fan h.
JIvtitfr umom th'u .a . savs the uroverb.
j but honor among sovereign. no t expec -
mcu n riam-is uie rir.,i oi r ranee,
we believe, who said, that it honor h it
4 every oiuer l.iaeo on eailli, phe bliouid
was inU iided for Utmroinbe, no ihmbt
jbut it bltows that ii monarch, three liiui
"itred yeurs ngo, could duly appreciate at
1 lea-t the value of the word ol a monarch.
In tlieu times, honor, good laitli, and in
i v i liable truth, are so little the character
;itie ol crowm-d heal--. that ihey havejiot
,a particle of coiilidelice in each ether's
'profe-sions and ii.--eM-riitioii.-i. (If all
these roy.il and iinrii,il pievaricatorj-,
i the King of (in-ece in probably the nio-t
de.-pleaule, that same ( Hho whom the
ireii.h and English iiupi.ised upon the
country of I'latu, Sxra1, , ain IVricles,
and Uioiii they liave to keep to his word
! by ipiarteniig o:i linn a t w tlioi?aiul
i Hoops. Among the be-t i.- Leopold, King
ot the DelgiaiinJ but his subjects have a
hold upon liiui lor hi.- giioil conduct, and
he kii'i.in jt. Jle is an accident--w a
made King by the iiiliiguesol' J.oiiii l'hi
lij'pe, uiid RUiietioiied hy the l.nglUli io
verninent, and he know s that .if he does
not rule in asatixlactorv manlier, the l'el-
: gtarw will send hmi u liis tniveL. as the .
I reueli lit Ins l-jthcr-tu-law. lint lie
is! w ou Miaeruic auJ jii,t, ami rea-
iv to nave uie iiueicsi ui ins country at
interest ot ins country
Jt seems to us that one a l vantage un-
der Hhieh the allies act is, that 'almost all
their eoiimiandeis are t.1.1 old f.r the bu-
siuess thev are engaged in. Lord llaglan.
' who eoiiiuii.iids tlie Engli-h aruiy in the
4.IvatrM-tUxU--4itfUt- vtiass wl'jiuu AJiui
!ral lunda, i-not vouug e;t!,.-r. an, Sir
f haries -Napier is near seveiitv. .Marshal
ipier is near seven, v. .Marshal
-M. Arttrtii-d, -wkro .H.m.n.l m ehil' 4M.:Ttm--t,. -..hJ.v -... uL,r his thiluv-
f liflv; and i
i-ai'l, as a
general I u
ii-. a man wa
it wa- hi age
sixty or -ivii-e
. h. we belic'viv
(oo old to colonial
at Waterloo had l.e l.ei-i
ty, pel hap lie might h.i
ferenllv. It is a fact, lir-i
that le .t many "!! i !
: . u.iti lers liave h
, et; hieuu. 1'i
t-1 - af'. r t'na'.. ti
. ml .(j
.iftv-t-v.-m.iv.t-.- .il-.rti,n'. m-t
bfgjn to l.ii!. !;:-.'e'h -.me iu.iv not
'i I .-Tir
msar air an.-iibi -hu-.f 4i,..:.
.. W lei UTKu
u Uie -. ! .r
, f. Oil the
.'.d men of
c been few.
ti,. I 1". collect. .
ti... .r -I'ti-ations
I her hand, titer.- have
eight v," liu'.l-nr d:-phl
all f!ie meiiTa! a::d ph
tin ir younger .i.i'. 1 in
though, an-i far between
I I I T.tT OK .)(V!'-rAH(X ON
. HEALTH. ;, . " "
It has tifte.'i'iin. s been a- ci te. 1 that
.-e ci i-ed t-o severe labor in the open
atllfiKptierp, "i'i"e the leat'-tihjrct to iek-nc--.
This ha- been pr n, n ajalhicy by
.Mr. Kiiilai-oii, Actuary of the N.,!i..nal
le!.t Ollice in l.ond .n". Of pei-.tis c.
gaged at heavy la', .r m out door e
sure, the per eentage o P;ckin- 111
yi-ar is 'Js-iu. Of tho-e-engaged at lie.i
vv labor in-do-.r-. "'-nch as l.lack-miths,
Ac, the per eelil.ige of cickuess is JO .M
, !. .t;.r .... 1 ..i-
, fMWPrwl,i nf. )f!rr. tmrfmn i-,U.--i.;..
thorp eng-ngcil rtr lfg!rt pr'rpttfi"n iib"i's-'..ti,,.
. a:iu out,, the per. c
ntagv ol si.'kliess is
1 . r every three ca-
I v l'i - g I . S.
r I . . I
: , i( m..lv y . r -j ,
-e- 1. 1 sici.ne-s in ii
ligageil at light
ie imulalit v.
; in light toil
i voialde to
I open a'nio
grealc-t among tin ise engaged
, and in d .or labor is less fa
longevity, than laboring in Un
pin re 'it i-established clear-
Iv, Imwever. -lr. 1 n
l.C quaiitiim of sickiu
Mi ki vs, that
to the lot
f man, i- in direct proportion to
on hi-muscular power." How
true, this makes t.
" l-.M-i y
spirit is now abroad, fm- nil -4i-.-nee
... .1..., 1..1 :. .... :.. . ....w.l.o... .1.. ....i
tnives 1 .1.(1 linit.1 -s.l 1 ;t; lll.ll ti. M v - ' - 1 . e
', . ., ,-.. .. , ....
Iv vlwttitfu th.-m... il.iu...u. reitaiv ial .ii;....iu
Ji'.iidgerv bv the sinews of the machine.
and hi-owiT arftrfr fw move more light
Iv and free in pur.-uing u .-cations demand
ing less physical" but more 111e11t.il ami
imblo' exertion.- - Snnttrm: A meri;'!.
-d;wi:r .W.!lr.r;'!i:." ''" l'1''--
ifn' -brtVll f 1 Ivlllll.UI'g. Li lC COUlliV.
j, a, an
I wa- engaged in digmg a ell, an
i.i.iol'uV,.y. and the water it in constant
1 STUANGK LIFE OF A MUUDEKEIL
.A)(lUt UvcIltv.,me VL.urs 8ayS the
I Ti1(,ma6v1ne Watchman, a yuimg hidy of
oft.olmtr .- ,0 aV
; ......table ,-alIli the victim, of a
.,. . .. ... :
i il;, ,i.
i ii v rii V. i ui viii uuiiauTC. ins un'ur
, w M u UjC casu llBUallv ,1,,. ot- j1L.r ,
I v .,, A. ..;,.,..: ,,;, ,, ,.,4
. . i .... u i: i :
; 8tll ,.011MM71(.,y )m mm wasdestin-1
o ruCi.ive ut a limited share of edu-'ot tlie tact.
,.,, ir ,,..,:: , ......W1 This is a snetimcn of conversation with
; ,, .,., ,i :,, :
. . . . 1
'sornvre.-peets very extraordinary
...... I,... .!....... , n.i.i ...
ins i it i m. n. i . t7 v.ini.t, iii. in
........ i, I v ,
ml V tevt-n y ears old he was attending a j
ibU"ar cane inill by some means his loll " dia. He Was at work ; traits of course mamlested themselves in llc "loaiers, oi uicu uierc nave always
: arm and hand were crushed, by which lm a Hce of gromul that might be ,a thousand, wuys which canuuL.be espos-' been t.io many in Washington 'and clse
! accident he forever lost the use of his ! termed sandy loam, though it was once a . ed to the public. Surely never were there where, who run in debt as far as they can
'hand At the n-'e of ten years he was clavev loam, but nearly all the clay had ; children on happier terms with their pa-1 obtain credit, and without ever intending
! i. in..,'. I... .. ..i,i "....I-... i u.i ,,,-K- ,.. bc'ii "washed out of it. 'because it never rents. Thev reverenced their father. but' pay. The lady called on the auctiou-
! ion-? on the place, he had U call to his aid'al 1-t'1! plowed more than four or live
all the presence of mind of which he was 'inches deep in the world, and was bedded
! master. 1'ortu.nali lv ho used the proper a subsoil of almost pure clay, into
untid ite, and thereby saved his lite. In which a sui.ioii pi iw lia.J never entcreu,
the short i-t.aco of a 'few months he was 1111,1 w;w 1K-'vcr turned up by the
a-ain bitten by one of the tame species ' common plow, because the owncj said
ofnptikM- by lmi-Huin- the same course '''"t would spoil the land.
as heretoforehe was aain rescued from; " I guess 1 know, for 1 have tried it ;
; tiie iuvs of death i and 1 wouldn't gi.a cent for one of your
! lietween the age ..f'twelve and fourteen ' ew-fanged plows."
hu made several attempts to take the life ; And yet he felt insulted when told that
of his slJi.-iuher which shows that he'1"-' (id not know how to plow.
wo1ildnotl,(-bni,'..-edon. About that age ! " There seemMo oe a general impres -
it- also snapped, several times, a loaded
musket at a neighbor.
When fourteen years old, he vas knock-'
ed down by lightning, and did not recov
er l.-r S"ine time. At the age oi Mxteen
m nlliu.k.1 -ULlui.. ..Iiiinfiii.r in In.
woods, bv a very large panther, ihe pan-
,i..ir Mil. .,,, (i,. i, ovliilot,..!
, , i.:, .:,i, ,,,!
'.'rra-- after which he t.k his leave iu
?.'.'! ,. i ir K.r.. .,it..r ill.,
ti , ...- . I .',. l,. I, Is
' ,..;,te hoiile.' He 'was badly torn two
.......u i.;,., ...i .
Cut In-was not thus to die for ho soon
l;t he was hot thus to die. for he soon
,'ave his step-father a severe whip
aud left him. Excepting um.ther
Pig m a
.el. l.y lightning, his path was
until nineteen, when he becuuie
d of a voung ladv, though ligtir-
sphere, his Mipermr in m-
fcllict and family, vet r.be was smitten bv
-;i -the boy of ini.-J.irt line, and r;-olved to
1:1 inarry him, liotwithstandiiig the oppo.-i-ti'.n
of her relatives,, who made severe
ti, of her relatives, who made severe
t'ir. i'.s it"i:ti-t our hero Uut wJmt ear-
r:lV.lr 1:tkes. .,ather3,,H,d even'hen . it is;.l.aked s.. that jt will turii uii
iiie-lngh pocr ofheaveir, for the ihrcMs;
N'Uhing daunted, he continued to Hrge
hi- claims, after. finding all his efforts for
a coiiipTi'iliiise iiliUailnlg, trcTr)rtnm-,rrei?4
a dclcrmiucd coiir.-e. lie .n.ciire I. him
license, placed a magistrate at a coli.-pic-uoij-
j.oiiit in the woods, and proceeded
I o . i ... IT , .1. .. t'l... I., ...... fl.'. it lo.lf,.!--
ed tier whom ' to-d':i"yf l'i-"tfr
Uie dour ol Ur hmlwF,,-.a tdua
hr about five-miles through the woods)10 lu""- " u'-exs
t..ll ! l'r..Mil,.7v,,ii- "- . tllHJ ll, llfiltt. .
Il.-e.i'., lirrieiti.r (t llie I.l.li'n lllioll ivloell
the hvmenial altar had been temporarily
i.'. I ;il i ... r ... I l.e ,!.,. I.! i.. ot li.rlii.
i t "... ... -t'riin,,.,'!.. ii... 1
alone, our hero fell into his former path ol
bad luck, for he was bitten by a mocca
sin snake ; but he was too well Used to
snake bites to sutler that occurrence t
.........l i,;. ,., ... t,,. l, o ........ ..,t..,,s
crisis, and like a bravt
r .. ... ...ii: 1 : .1
w ith his MiieipaUolU, wai lawllilLy
-ol. I,U aLA, was LiwliitivT'1
married, about lg or
1 o clock at night. -
ills lliocca-lll urv oio lloi ion rlv . uku ,
iu bed, tor he then po.-sesscl a nurse of
nmeeasing attentiou. ... .
I Alter tiua! rce c v. be curried his wife
ii :.. i . h i .. i r....... .:,..
to the home which he had nrov '.led f,.,r i
mie w hich he had provide.'
her, hoiiing that his cuii of ini.-t irtune
... .-.'.ii .... i .1... i. ...i.i .i
was now lull, alio lll.ll lie noilio uioim-
joy tha' bli.-s attending a married 111.
Hut he w as "ot vet destined long to en-:
"j.,v that repose w hich
led in a
t. NMII bccitlire'enTitii
with one .Ml'. heeler, ine resuiiwas ,
W Irw ,w t il'.., d our hero, after '
. i-i i .i . i. ... 1
- eliild ( misfortune. 1 la- hi-misfortunes
! .... , i ... i .. I i. .11 Ti,..i f.,.i
le ten i . i.ia . n uu lull ivii . ... .... .
. , i i .1 i ...i ,
Mtifnmonij. iv I 'ow, .1 r. -i want
vou, iii v young sinners,
to kiss and get
married and then devote your time to mo-,
... l M-T T" . .. . .1
ralityand nione.y-makiug. i nen-.iei your
Ini'iie be provided with such comforts and
aiid ' hctT'ssaiies. us piffy, -pnl, p"t?:
:?'"1 k eftldk,''hrii'-sh es -hr.'i.vns, feenr-vnlettWi
bread, charity, hope, crackers, iartlinbiir. ;
ilVeelioii eider. sineeiilV. onions, mtegi'i- -
tv. virtiK'. wine mid w isdom.
these things always on hand, and happi
ness will he with you. lon't drink any
thing intoxicating, eat moderately, go
about business alter bi-akl',i-t. loiingjC a
little after dinner, chat after tea, ki'aftcr
oiiarrcliiig." and 'all the bli
van afford shall be
s over1 vou and vonrspints iir
0j to the bright. T and Irappier world. So
" !-nnte-it U'
iitened his 1. ast hie and not sav surety he is uie ... . .... ..... . the pre-enned simple ktmis oi i.kki : inns ; , - - -- ;
Sir, you don't know how to plow.
"What! ine ! do vou mean I don't
know how to plow, tftat have been, man
and boy, fifty years following the plow!"'
Yes, Sir. 1 mean you. 1 do not dis-
'Mn tin- li.ii'rtl. f tiiuu vou l.av AMmd.
the plow, but you have never got to it
- ft. 1 on don't know how to nlow.
I, " Kir il.j vn niin tn in.iili mi. 1"
Not at nil, I only mSit to assure you
T I 1.- . .. . I X- '
:i i fiio i:ir iit-r. iiol u fri'jii. w iv iroiii .m-w
i oi-K. wi o ii i l i i-i'i'i.eu iieeaus. wo ioiu
lm that WUiJ not know ho- ivlpw. j
siou uku crirj'niinj kiiuh.i how i i jmo ,
that even the farmer's --y, or o niMi'g .
boy as soon as his he; id L'ets above the
plow-liuiidlcs, iii-tinetively uiKlerhtamli?
the burliness p rf 't( t. ow
r I buzzard '
a-r ., farm-1
"- .issviiiwii ui.ii !
"'""'' ,n UiCtmwf.om jmyicrt'j--t'Ff-
Cei faliiry If he finTv' pTowd ; Hi'iirThelies
when he might t.low fourteen, he dw not
Know how to Mow. II Ire nlows all Ills!
now how to plow. It Ife plows all his!
''ill "ides up and dowti, he does not :kn"w j
how to plow ; for every furrow should be
how to plow; for every furrow should be
drsiwn nhmihiti-l ''J h e-1 ': j
' What crooked, long rows or bhort ,
drawn nlmul nti-l'l Atv .' !
" What crooked, long rows or chort ,
rows lluvv a iiild would look .
i iii'la wuiuu ii
. Let us look. ,i bad better look at
t .1 f. 1 , ,1 1
v.otir Soil m the tie-I t than in some brook
r river, floating down to the sea.
' hy such iurrows wouid loot like.
Ir.iuken men's paths."' i
"Let them look, so that thev are not." If
iu IaUow, how to plow, vou wont get
iliiink, m.r jdow your land on purpose toioiisly octjrrvd, penni-sinu was obtained
wash awav, because some old granny tells
vou that you iiiut plow straight. Mak-1 remain above ground so long as decom
ing crooked plowing : that is, in and out : ' position should not take place. A week
sometimes three furrows iu one and some-1 ton .lays passed away there was still
'""- three .U-Vt apart.
limes three .U-et apart.
' vou know' how to plow, vou never
' 'o' mu'd as Irfia-J.ais.. ....... .
,. .r,i, i, luninn nt-erii .urii ii Ikj1.
work to he done alter the otner is niusii-
.vd, ., .
! " When r
'.ing upon hi
' m t go t IO ll
:,', f:;,. ,r..',:i':...iK." r;,r-
plow handles, that it may
cp, -or lifting and pressing
force it into lite ground, or
lands while turning tlie team. That is ! male fro,,, an adjoming village who had ! ' " '.Not vet,' said the other ; 'but Lex-' '-ave- She made no reply, but her m.s
, . , , P ., , .... , , , , . .i " , , . . . , . , , ' , tress nnswered that she was. IhereuDon
ul'L1L"iy'"f r.! ''V" i"al ! I
uch a man knows how to plow, In
:iL" ' kllWn' is, gr.he
! would get one.
Ifa man plows a loo-e.frial
, so as t
. or jic does not plow astin ciay
. let rt freeze, it is because he don't
low to plow; I't one will blow
away in winter, and the other
icgrate ami ueeome iname.
leiiect . lowing coii-isis in stirring'
I. I ..
and thoroughly pulverizing nil the son to
S1 TcWOT thr-rHie iyrrr
must he parallel, 01 even ivrani ;inu nepiii,
a4-in---ta-far. awm.ler." .. !
.... -.,, t -i.i i.i .1.
. , . ,
And He plow must be adapted to. the
w.uk to be done. Ihe idea -.1 a un.ver-
, l '."'' w. one of t lie hlost ridiculous
'auaeie, eei uigueu ...
ers. .no man ever .no argue so, mat
know s how' to plow. There is scarcely a
I farm ol
a hundred acres that does not
lilKrcnt kinds ot plows.
losi-i.ne so., i,.,,, .--"
v . ....... 1 ..I : . ..... .. .,...1 dtnl..
ble turning plow; and neither oi mum
: re . i.i it ou ii iiiiii'r coin. .V sunpon
... . .i . . 1... ..1
- --. - r ,. ,,
H1" absolutely - indispensable upon
L-o-n i. u in. an' i in i
ca.-t iron, as one ot the most uselul
ws on a light, e:isv-working soil. Kor
- , .
I' a fallow for. wheat.
1 lent -'t
for rilow iiitf f..r turnips it is iirst
.... i '.- .. . i . ...;n ..1.
i - -
a favorite implement.
ider ! Ho you know how to plow I
An editor in Iowa has been hived two
jjuudrcd ami titjv'Kb.dUirs for hugging a
mug Ctrl in t. intreli.-y'(fr liyuM.
-W-e- 4ne JMiggeO- a
iu ehui ch soim- toil yc;lrs ago.
dotn. Have all,M'raI"' uio.isam. a yea. evei
unce. -( r.t. !' 1 '",! i..v,if.
.1 (i.ntl- U'nt. - Why don't you get
married .'" said a young lady the 'oilier
da.to a bachelor friend. ' I have been
Irving the la-t ten years to find some one
who would be sillv enough- to have me,'
was flie r.ply. '1 goess you haven't
been up our way," was the insinuating ie
JJr. Ahxamlr anumij ChUtn'n.-Ye
following beautiful description of the do
mestic life of Dr. Alexander, may convey
a needed lesson to some who have great- j
ness as men, less wisdom as parents.
is taken lroui ins memoir uv ins eminent ,
son: " (
" The kindliness f his temper was
l-. uii ..ifl. ..1...... ,.v..l.,in,r. i
led hoepiUiliLies. lie was easily pleased, ;
land even1 to an extreme rea.lv to be in-,
tcrested in whatever interested a friend. !
I - l l .1 1 i..! .. I 1
i-.v'i.rv-ii.r no i-:i u'impoiiii I - I'll i
...... ..... .... ,. u ..... ..
ni c u i i-nn uinnii- iiuon u iicea no a
child himself. In his own house these !
their approach to liiiu was perfectly free.
Jlis door was always open, and he listen-1
ed to every childish report and narrative j
; with a burst ol unallotted-glws-fjueu -a
.they can never forget or see again. In
'earlier years he joined in their sport, and I
j he never grew too old to be lor-uaoiotis as I
i themselves about all their innocent plea-i
sure. When one of them entered his
jstudy-always without a signrfl how I
'gailv, how brightly, would he look around j
jlrom his pen or his book; and how would j
; the smile caused by any little domestic ,
story irradiate ins lace, even wiieu ne
went on with his labor! There was no-
tiling in l.i charueter which so' much
caused hu loss tube felt iu the circle of t
his1 intimates, as this unfeigned sympathv
with what was interesting to those around
htm. It was an intense kuuianity, which
enlivened all his words e?.tuj;ci,aud
lM'l'Vtvc A r f'V
m-pvivi! i i ivi'
. " . j
A paper was read before the I- renclil
A raI"-'r ro:,d hel'-re the French
Academy of Sciences, in which the ful-
lowing extraordinary instance was adduc-
Academy of Sciences, in which the ful-
lowing extraordinary instance was adduc-1
. i i i- i- ......
,, ,f , T
'VUS - IH IH Hill OUtL Ml IKM'U ttlUM UUUi ..
. - s
A young female had been twico pro-
nounced aeafi "wnen only m a trnric) but
had recovered iu time to prevent being
ve. A third trance came on,
mid in eoiisc'iuciicc of what had prev-
the c'nstittiteil authoi ities-for the body to
no decompo-itioii ; hut all the medical
no oecompo-nioi, ; our an me eu.cai j
men declared slie was .lead.audat length '
utes bctorc the colli,, was! to he nailed '
do" .an. wni g tiiei,e i o .inc. yiiiage
tt"MA !l ri':;iiv ti i ill r 1. ,t 1 1 1 T t mn'r:i ft le-
neeu seiiootmate oi ine .supposed deceas-
I .-..I em.... I., tl. -.. n l.,r l'.,,...,..., K ...
a,ri,t r. lUs nivi-im? m' in,ii,.o.iH
friend, and remained in that position for j
sometime. The bystanders attempted to ,
remove her. lest her emotions should be
ltiuti, with her lips uiioii those of herde- r
ceased friend, and breathing, as it turned i the graf ificution of all parties'."
out afterwards, the warm breath of life! It would not have been very strange if
into her lungs. At length she exclaimed, ! this story should have transpired at once;
she lives,'" and then rising from the ho- nor would it have been very wrong if the
dy, she pointed out unequivocal signs of j Jeremy "Diddler had been turned neck
life. She then stated when she was kiss- jand heels out of ollice ; but the following
ing her friend, she fancied she felt her ' is the only senile! :
breath, and in a tew minutes was con-
vinced ot that fact. The female who was
'supposed to be dead was taken .nit of the
I I .1. . I 1 IV.
comn and piacco m a warm neu, aim in
the course ol a tew hours iuiiv revived.
.-..ii.. ... -it- . .11 .1 :..
nmy -sensiiue oi uu uiai, .was .passiii
round her, and she even hc'afd the de
I round hifc-r, and she even hc'afd the ileath-1
but was utterly incapable' ot
sign to show that she was not
(l i II I UK.
ins ru.-hes 1
ji, nt ,m,i c ur, ,,-.,. ucii-1
ike a whirlw ind, talent march-1
es like a
of heavy men and 1
heavy Irorses, cleverness skiuislike a swal -
low in the Summer evening with a sharp I
shrill, note and a sudden turning. The
iiiius dwells with men and!
sail uie lliuniouai auci si.iiioei i i . aiu .
.1 l- 1....1 .'...1 1 1 i
character, the man ot genius .Uispisc
'both : lie heeds none. lie fears' none, he-
.-lu'e.siuhiiusell, silroiided in the conscious-
1 ness "of his own s'trcii
with none, and w alks
torth an example
that " eagles il v alone, thev are but
! that herd' together."' It is true, that should
'a poisonous worm cross his path, he may
tread it under foot, should a cur snarl nt
lint, he mav chastise . him ; but he. u'ii.1
ml. cann'of attack' the privacy oT allot, kS".
..t i- . -. . I .r-
fw - ntt - s - puMso, battltts jsjaa. id ittMs.mt'!?4tw. w. Sus la-stsov.nialIy.s'afe.4wV.to- '-i
I LiXTVN-iVi: Vwuv. A ew York phy
sieian went to Lurope w ith his fauiiiy. a
lew .lavs since, ami being possessed ef a
' weakness termed vanity, had his depar
ture heralded iii tTic cit v papers, and phi
carded his door with " (ione to Lurpe."
This was a tine chance for the Chevaliers'
il'Itid.i-ii-ie. Th. v broke into the hmiso -
an.lsjieut a week there, eating and dnnk-.
ing wiiai inev eoiuu uu.., .i se-n ....
.jtlicyxouJd carry i;..
iitmrnl Jatlsm Bfparar atal Cirri. -
Harper's Magazine for September con
tains the following characteristic anec
i . i.t.. : .i .:!.. ,
- wiuuw u.iy, f ii ruuier niittiiueiitTu
i l i l r .. l 1
circumstances, na.i ocen Keeping a uoiiru
i1011 :.. '.8hj ,,,, (;itv : and dur-
ing the general prostration of active busi-
"ess, growing out of the currency or-
riinrrerrrents f that date, had become in
arrears ami that the might hu enabletT
W 801lle 01 llerm081 urgent ueuis,
sent such of her furniture as she could
t. - .tl .1.. oi.i.pu i. anntmii
i.w.... p .uie v i,mvi.
, . . , , .
imh..- bwvi-. v.
the rovernmeut offices ; one of those pub-
- the auctioneer called on the ollicial,
who proposed to pay as soon as his months
salary was due.
"'"! roneu roimu, jimr
succeeded March, mid September June,
with.Mit payment being made, to the great
distress of the widow anil uneasiness of
the auctioneer. After further appl.catiop
the ofhcc-holder relused absolutely to do
mtythititj, alleging that it was wholly out
"f to pay out of his own pocket
or would have puid it himself, so deop-
b- lefeel for the poor creditor.
-' r' jm-l i.-v....
"Ion the President, and state the case,
'J11 lmt he inirl.t suggest some mode
of reliet lie waited, therefore, uoon
-Jenerul Jackson with his narrative.
" When he had heard the story, the old
man s eyes tairly flashed hre :
'"Have yon oJ:,:Mr-.: I'. - 's note I
asked Old ilickorv.
" 'No, was the retily.
u 'Call on him at once, then, and with
out speaking of the purpose for which
Vou want it, get his negotiable note, and
bring it here.
" ,,,e aotio.ncer accordingly asked
1 h-for his note.
"Wilaf dCTTHtl want Vlth-Hir note P'
asked the otliee-holding loafer ;' ' I don't
know of any body who would take it'
lint -sitting down and writing it ke add
ed : ,
" 'There it is u:h ns-rtis.'
"The auctioiieer promptly returned U
the l'lesident, ami handed him the note.
He sat down, without saying a word, and
wrote on the back of the paper:
" 'Andrew Jackson.'
"'Now sir," said the Certeral, 'show
.uf. l ti.e inn rsenieiu, ana n ne ;
Mr. T tlie ' indorsement, and if he
does not ay it, just let me know it.' I
entered .adsby s 1 Intel was. Mr. 1 ,
-u. low u ye oo t said ne ; w
Will T i-WkPiI T i( Il.rn ' t
peel u, witnout iiiiicn irouuie : lor i nave
....f n r..v.Msd, ,. ... ......r 1,,..,..
-.,M,.;.i l' It -1 aHJ'llgt nustrew.-necK, oegge
"The iiidorsement was shown him.
He turned pale, then red; then begged
the auctioneer to wait for ii few moments ;
U,,1U 'viu.neu whu uie money,
was nt once paid over to- tlie widowi-to
" P kept quiet in relation to the
sebject tor years ; but finally, on a re
mark being made in his presence that
'General Jackson never endorsed for any
body whatever,' remarked that 'ho him-
Mu.w. udter Uit tlic koueralpncqeu-
lorsed for hiin ; and he produced, as evi-
ilence, the very note to the great snqirise
ot all who were not acquainted with the
circumstances of the case.
"As -party bitterness has died away,
'and in view, lastly, of this subject, let'
us take up the slogan :
-nurruu for Jackson ." "
Qiuvn t Jloilit'r. ilie Jiucliess
i - ,,, n v;nfor,'..,J .....th.n- h.n.r1
w,wn ilmlgi,ter v t j
,.,,,., ... ,i......,.i ... ,t, .,,
IIIV'IIUIJ ''111, MV I VUU llllLII IV llli .141
purpose of training, her to be worthy of'
taught obedience, temper-
)l;-coiitrol. lKr . fatlier hav-t
Iebt, her mother encouraged;
!,!. iii.iiii.v wliielt tni-'ht hni'
ing diisl in t
to iu v as
, . ,. i"-. v .. .... t- , -.1UI III UIU LUI'll... .UV ..-VUIO...M oi...
IiC intcrterw'i,,.,,,, ,..,. , l, u ..: (,,, unrV'liase of t0VS.'c..:...: .,,.,r,.IK- ..iifpo.l intn mm
.. ,. i ,,, ',,, -the demands against hmi.
.1,,, , i,!iiv:iiiii.' t!u. vii-tiie.-. .f justice, for-
tifudc. fidelity . prudence, and tilial dev.v Kri,;l,l 111 W back." 'Sot back. said
tiuu.l'luisJa fiMrrX, ijOat4LveiaJiiiaaH..ly.jiiat fr
ier educariou. the (miiu-pis ana example P
if her faithful mother, who was her sole
,,,,,,),.. .,.,." . on-lantv Tlireetetl .-.
ing that ever sat iui tiie throne of l-.ng.
land perhaps the be.-t iu the world. ' .
rag au.L the coHse-
quent deficient M.j.plv of pa-r, has led
t!, many speculations as t.. a substitute.
The wild ci.cuntK'r plant has Ueen syg-
.-,-sled. It is of rani'd and luxuriant
Id Alld lUMlnallt
set-tb w itl lTTodiiee"
feet id' vine, which,
grow th ; 'for a single -seetl
1 thousand feet
when properly cured, can be made into:
ordage, and 1
be used as a substitute.
liemarkalU OceumetuxThe Liter-
pool Mercury records the following fear
ful and mysterious occurrence, which hap
pened on Saturday afternoon to a number
of persons who were engaged in felling
timber at Minwcar Wood, situate a few
miles from Hoverfordwest, on the estate
of the Baron do Kutzen. It appears that
while so occupied, fifteen women of the
party were suddenly struck to the ground
by some nnseen force, and that with such
violence as to be rendered quite nncou
scious. Most of thr?tn have recovered,
but four still lie in a very precarious state,
little hope of their recovery being eutor
tertiiined. The strange part of the affair
is this, that there was no electric fire or
rcort, and all thffse effected were the wo
men of the party, while the men standing
indiscri-mimttely Hear, wore untouched.
One of the women says she fancied that
A mist enveloped her in for an instant.
It is strange, too, that the sutterers ar-t
affected with ihsaiiitv. Whether any nox
ious gas could have been so rapidly evolv
ed from the ground or trees, or whether
it was a current of electricity arising out
of the earth, seems a questioti worth the
attention of those interested in electrical
phenomena. It is stated by sotne that a
most unusual smell pervaded the wholo
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.
The past will long be remembered for
its disasters. The severe drought, accom
panied by tires sweeping through some of
the most valuable timber lands in me
eonirtry, the jwlr-s.plrrtt-Myr!T!C!i
ville, tlie tall el stores n iioston, uie tor
nado at Louisville, involving the loss of
matiy valuable lives, are all included
iu the fearful category.
The destruction of property by fire
alone has been immense, summing up to
within a fraction of 3,000.XM. in this
estimate 'no-aceotint-is made of the thou
Bmid3' ftfacrcrrtif timber htmlawltiehtiav---been
burnt over within a short time, and -rendered
comparatively valueless. Truly
has August beena " fiery" uioatli in tnow
than one sense of the term.
JJaily S. Carol i man.
Fanatical Outuaok. On Monday,
-iStli ult., when tlie cars arrived at Salem,
Ohio, from Pittsburg, Pa., a crowd had
gathered, in consequence of a telegraph
- P;,ullllri, V-tJn.r t),t .
t -i .. ti ... !. fnr iiuu
. rti. " l 1.1, .I...... J . '
- - - ,- ; -- ff- v -
K irr . .. .
, , . - - a. . , , , , : ,t
piteousiy not to be torn iiwjiv, uudTn tlj
effort bruised the ' lady's neck severely,
and carried the child wut of the car on
oiio. arin4 and flourished a revolver in th
oilier 1miTnu!I'tlie ptatKBfiT" tlte "
cited crowd. The master of tho girl of
fered to go before the powr aiitlioritiea.'"
and execute free pajiers, it the girl .wish
ed to be free, leaving the-choice to Jier- .
self, lint the mob would not allow it
Tho poor child's screams could be heard
above the tumult, begging to go back t
her mother, who belongs to the same own
ers. The master's life being loudly threat
ened, he was compelled to proceed with
the train, leaving the poor little girl in the
hands of her ruffian captors.
'M wF-s.SAEea... Miiiiy-oi'..cmr..eaautr3r p.,
friends do not know what a luxury they
deprive themselves -of when they eat lamp
either boiled or baked, withont ftift
miuce.' Set a few roots of spearmint in
one corner of the garden, and they will
soon furnish an abundant supply.- Strip -off
the leaves and chop their, fine, add an
equal amount of sugar,an.l cover the U hole
with vinegar. - A small tea-cup full of
the nnxuire win ue sumciciii mr s largo
family. Trv. this and see if it is not far
preferable to greasy gravies.-(Mw Cult
son," said tli? elder Spigjfles to
aeral --am Houston, meetiag the
ILmorable Ueverdy Johnson the rlier
i ... i... .1... -:......r.. ..n.l
..., - t..t;.... ) T. ... .,..i.i;..'.,.m u-hn .oonlr.
1...1... I1....J... ,i,a . :..o..r,l o'.J
hv. sanK ien. il. tint vou never hear
(jlat ;..rv 1' o.' ' W'ell there was .-
i.1;,.i,i..,m1,h,.,1 V,,.,. I m .
lll.l.l l.l 111. lll.lpiuu..ii"ni, uiii... n mr - .
17' years eld,. He had a bov whom a ' 'l
neighbor, w do v.as.aware of tlie father' f.j
rule, tiapeitei to see one. lav smxugaia
s'dc table; knowing, however, that the
was more uwu 1 . ne a-Keu now .1
pi" tfcat he-was still prevented from j(
VHnjU' to the table ' "tt hy, says he ,f
M U 1 "s 11, l.nnei ic-b mi- . "ine, ."uv
myself that 1 stood up and reached so far
1 was 1 iatner lei me come, 111 1
t"at a sa-aecuient namieneu, wnereupom
O 'Hill J