mfaM & 6ti nn suit.
SALISBURY, X. C , JAN. 10, tSS
tj" EATS OF SCMCBliTIOX. J
Wmklf paper, On Tsar.
STATE CONSERVATIVE CON
It is reeol vod by the Slate Exeen
Hve Committee of the Constitutional
Union Party of North Carolina, that
State Convention of tbe Party be
held in tbe city of luleigh on Tut us
bay, the 5th day of February, A. D.,
18.8, at 11 o'clock, of that day
It is confidently hoped that the
friends of a Constitutional Union and
Civil Liberty will be active in the eft
fort to make tbe Convention the lar
gest and most respectable that ever
assembled in tbe State.
Lei tbe iiWMvaiivcpcvttleinovc-
ry county of the Mate, where meet
ings have not already been held, hold
meetings at once, pass appropriate
resolntiwne, appoint delegates and
they attend the con rent! on. Trie
condition of pnblie affairs demands
the patriotic effort and cdnoperation
of every good citizen to save tbe couu
try from impending danger.
Ily order of the State Ex. Commit
tee. K. C. BADGER,
Jan. 4, 1868. . Secretary.
TO OUR PATRON'S.
At tbe time of our suspension in De
cember, we promised oar readers an en
larged paper upon its re -appearance. Ow
ing to a disappointment we are anable to
comply witb that promise this week. To
enable as to print a paper of tbe s izc con
templated we were compelled to have a
larger chase than sny we have on band.
This, wo ordered in time, bnt owing to
tbe miscarriage of oar first letter, it bag
failed to reach as in time for ibis issne.
We hope to get it in time for oar next
when we will present oar readers with
one of tbe largest and handsomest papers
published in the State. We intend that
the Watekman OU North State shall
he inferior to no paper of its class in North
Carolina, and we treat that our friends
will use their influence to aid as in extrud
ing its circulation. Salisbnrv being Iocs
ted at the Sanction of tbe N. C. Sc. W.
K. C Railroads, we have advantages
wfeica win enable as to turaub tbe news
to all the counties west of as as eady as
it eaa be obtained through any other chan
nel. VI e snail endeavor to keep oar res
den posted as to the most important pro
ceeding of Congress, ard of the Nate
Convention, which asstw hits oa tbe 14th
Inst. Jfnw is the time to subscribe.
Ae the paper a-ill be much enlarged and
improved, oar published rates will be rig
idly adhered to.
J 'b year 1667, with all its ceritemestto
sll its vicisitudes, has gone, lea v tug
behind it bat few pleases memories to
the Southern people. It has been to them
a trviog year, and most sincerely do we
hope that they will never have reason to
look back upon it with regret. In no re
spect has it been a prosperous or a hippy
year to tl;.n, and sore, indeed, would
be the affiictitia that wf aid eansc them
to pine for the return of soch another.
The high expectations of thousand of
planters have been swept away by the
saddea decline la the price of cotton, and
the refusal, thus far, of the Government to
come to their relief by repealing tbo tax
upon it foi the present year. In nuay
portions of the South tl'e failure of the
grata crops will be most seriously felt.
In a material point of view nothing has
prospered in the late Confederate States.
Xot only has this been the care, but the
political prospects of these States have
been overcast with the deepest gloom.
The heart of the patriot the true friend
of the V niea and the Csustitasiea ash
often almost sunk within him in the con
templation of the situation. It seemed
that tbe most abject humiliation and the
deepest degradation were inevitable. The
high-toned and intelligent among the
Southern people, the class which hsd
ever ruled in these States, and which had
for so long exercised a commanding influ
ence in the councils of tbe nation, and
Whose ancestors had done so much to es
tablish the government were threatened
with subjection to tbe rale of their former
slaves A condition of things which
threatened again to deluge the laud in
blood was inaugurated during the year,
and for no other purpose than to secure
the ascendancy of a reckless party intoxi
cated with military successes and still
reeking with the hellish' passions ever en
gendered by civil war.
Such was the year, and such tbe events
and vicisitudes of the year which has just
passed away. The New Year brings with
. tri mirrimtnv
Tfs publish in tale msnatka order of doners!
Canty .veiling lb convention tugvlboi at Hal
igh oa tbS 14th lust It will be seen from the
Ut of the member notified to attend that our
worthy sad respected fellow dtissa, J. 8. lle-
Cubbins, Esq., who was un rsrsally conceded to
havs been elected from tat county and Pavi.
baa been displaced, and the asms of Isaac at.
LOYALTYOF WHAT DOES IT
Some of the ideas of M loyalty " now
prevalent in ibis country seem to be very
crude. The word is constantly en that
lips of many mem who seem to know
nothing of its sirnifcaaes. With
saints, they claim that the
with all its offices, bslsage to them la
narrow-mindedness aad bigotry they re
mind us of some hitter t Start ss ta Eng
land, during the civil and laligmuu easa-
motion of that country ia the 17th can-
pro s peri ty
Snath is concerned, we are but beginning
to feel the sad t-ftVct of it. tverv
where business is languishing in conse
quence of the scarcity of money ; nor can
we see any remedy near at hand. Al
ready appalling accounts are reaching us
of the destitution and distress of many
portions of tbe States south of as. Se
rious consequences are fearfully appre
hended. Many thiuk that bread riots,
Shaver substituted. Oa what grounds this wss ends It expresses nothing bnt their pas
asosw.haT.ao asm of knowing. It may or Orelr prejudices. It is with them
be that some of the ballot cast tor Mr. MeCub , i , . "A.
u , , , . . . . . , a matter of feeling only j they anew aeta-
bto were informal in nt Paring hi usme up- ' f
on them written in rail a the law directed, and ng of It as a principle. Tfcey Imegme
that. Lharafora. thav warn thmwn nat Hnwar. that every man is disloyal who dares to
er thai may be. it is a matter of but little eon- diner with them ta opinio upon man
requeue so far as it sabots the iatemsts of ths qsMlion of policy. Believing, or sffnt-
II aw ail ui uiu mair. or 01 vail iucuk.1. in , , , i
', .. . . , . I big to believe, that they ere the
Cnnvantium is overwfcalailnalv KaUial anr war I ' '
so that the Influence of on. conserratirr man
would scarcely have been felt. Ami. besides,
Mr. Shaver is understood to agree politically
with Mr. McCubbbu, for whom, a wall as Me
are. Bobbins and Johnston, he retted. Tot,
nevertheless, tbe people of the District were en
titled to b rsaieosumd ia the convention hv ths
wan of thou i-maos. snd are saUdad. to an sx-1 tery who reaeHced, "J?sBV Tbat.tbe earth
plsaatloa. Whether Mr. Shaver will consent belongs to the Saints. Second, That we
to serve under th. circumstances we bay. no tne gajBtg.
That the elccti. wm tairiy conducted In Ciis Like tbe6 Seeusrlea, they have S-
DnAriot has, s. m weha-eaeard.n.rverbwn AwJsml "that they are the "Batata, "
queatiou-d. But this cannot he said of all the that they mast govern. Their " loyalty"
countess in th. State. Ia Davidson county, for OT "Sainlliness" consists in nothing bnt
in'U"-,C4 -J jtha member, elect .Urfh .dberence tea party which they
are th. choice of a majority. of th. people of the r
county. A consolidation of the prec incts Was ,Pt ' " ,hB Power or mrtmSe
made juston the eroof ths ileetioa without any them upon their enemies. Like the Jaco-
previou notice, so that hundred of rotors in bites of the English Revolution, they will
that county were unable to exercise the fran- COntinuc to diminish in numbers and iu-
chiss without great ineonic.. And ao fl aeDCP DnUl tb. laU of thssa shall drop,
cans, whatever existed for such s course. I a- , , ,
spectors, who could take the mmircd oath, had unnoticed and almost forgotten, iuto their
besa aiisSB for eTwy weseioet At one of the trnrtm
precinct, at least, tbe inspector a tended on 6
the morning of tbe first dsy only to learn that In a government like oars la any lim-
Tr ited and constitutional government loy-
they could not vote themsidres without travel- " '
inp more than a doaea miles. The eonsequene. ally consists ha a devotion to tbe constitu-
r u" rr ffe
poll at all. lligh minded and honorable men of, not to tbe party which happens to have
:.mlJ??Jlol.a0lT of tbe adminUtratton. If this
mvui I'm " v imir nv iiresawu saw I'rin i uai mi
members elect foam that county will trouble
themselves with scruple of that tort
Here was s case repairing the interfere nee of
Gen. Csnby.aad if th. foots had hssa fairly re
p resented to him, wa doubt, not thet he would
narc oidered a new election. But. so far ss w.
know, ao complaint wasever made to him. and I those who opposed them to the imputation
g!T?wq!rS? ofdisloydty. Butinsteoftbi. being o,
es to thoae who, by false representation, iada loyalty to the government often compel
eed th- district rnmmander to act aabe did. or .L i.. . . .1 ! . ,
to tbe district commander for actng upon the """" PP lue goTernmeu c.
si, tor instance,
I tMl By tkmwf ti9M
t tivea knew
' will hnva ifjus-ftsr
I wm gmtm thai i
will be neeeaatad
will think of accwp
TUf CONS KRV ATI VE 8TAT1
Wa publish ia Mr editorial col
umns to day the eaJI of tbe Executive
committee fur a Caaaar valiva Stain
Coavaaiton. tu asemble at Raleiadi
on the ftth day of February, proximo.
Wa think the time has been wall cbo-
aaa aad that the eall will meat with
of all Ooaaarvative
the policy of the
exactly what they
we take it
as tbe coneerva tivea
iag ander the dr
um turn whole reooa
of Cmaresa beina
lpably, and Vean avowedly uncon
stitutional, tbey cannot tie expeeted
ta sanetioo it by a voluntary aoeepN
aaae of tbe Conetitation presented.
ba in every reupaat andi a
mis it will no
TOBAfJCO CULTWUE-TM PLAMT
Ia aeaordaaee with a premise made la ear
umtaWday'e Tri-Weakly issus, we puattsh
to-day tea following eomiaualsatlou whisb
originally apfwred la ths OU North
of October th. aou, Irjgft. It b
yea of a spnthueea who has had mash saperU
noa lathe eultivattou aad iiiinjmmf ,f
tobseeo, aad may be relied upon as judWioa
ia the instraothua Whisb Ugivw.
Nsxt week vIDpBWJi an assay from the
pea of Bamael C. Baortoa. fiL iflilshrngk
Vs.. oa la. aama snbjeet.
Jfr. JMaar.- WU1 Ton SI I mil Baa.
Ihraagh the solum as of your valuable
to impart such luformatioa of pre
saaraeter as will, I hops, eav'--
are disposed to grew er
saeuhg year to do so w
daebliag my ability
which has r
Owing to '
be, for whatever owe may be otnitf
la it, it will certainly cm ain
K'nt-iple of nniveraal maiih
ga, and to this ao ouiiservativ
will aver a meant.
No delegates hare yet bee
pointed to represent this county
Cooeervative State Convention.,
time that some action was tak
that end. We hope our leading
will confer ftogetber on the si
and isane a call for a county am
at the earliest practicable mom
were not the case every party ia
t ion would he a -.reasonable party, lie
laws, however obnoxious and unconstitu
tional eould be opposed without subjecting
it no such high hones as e would most
delight to herald forth. As far as tbe j tSSSSSlmSS ,"ta htaMdf -d-iuhrtration of it.
failure of tire material prosperity of the m7 department of tbe g
THE S C. RAILROAD.
WepuMish a letter to-day from Ho.
.lost A II Tl IttER. President of the North
Carolina Railroad r conveying information
which all are interested in obtaining. It
seems to be conceded now oa all bands that
Mr. Turner h is administered the affair of
the Road with ereat success thus far.
I of the circumstances under which the year
1868 is ushered in. Nor is this all.
Providence, who is too wise to err, and too
good not to be ever mindful of bis creatures,
askta laai-saarl glim flVas Ctrl rnojAj hulslanaa
We tender oar acknowledgements to from IU ,houd makt iu ,Jvent iu tbe
our contemporaries of the State for the midst of the most rigorous and inclement
kind end eemplhnentory notices I weather pertaining to the most rigorous
thejr have taken of aa upon she Union eft ?. emMm Jhofe 7W-
- - 1 a ana .! ess nsrvw ci"i us, w its tuiuti wv y ai 11 -
oar weekly papers, and the new arrange-1 . .... " .. . ,
meat by which the Old Xorth State has been rarHnr for .omc time when tbe Old
passed into the hands of tbe firm which I Year took its exit, and the New
will conduct it hereafter. We are under I Year announced its arrival. What
obligations to alt of them, and would not benevolent and humane heart does not
make invidious) distinction, but we must sympathise with the suffering of the
Le permitted to bow our acknowledge- poor and destitute among its at a time
menu specially to our esteemed contempo- like this 1 Much suffering there must ne-
rancs of the Wilmington Journal and Star, eessarily be, and it is the solemn duty of
...A .1 ur . ri 1 wi.i -it l r j j Z .1
aim arc 111 a nonunion lo uo ho, hi ai-
not to speak of still inore-Auuniig indica- tailed the .xpooK of the Bead to . rery t3on to turns the raeenstruction
Pons, are immanent, unless ire-Wf comes frnbU amount. Bo has also mad. K, inr th7ca- it is the duty of
from an unexpected somce. Such are some 7 a. ... . m. Being tne case, it is tne autj 01
and tbe Western Democrat. We hope we
may be able to meet their kind expecta
tions and to have long and pleasant inter
1.L If T J II I
(wr win ibcu uu eo. inaiiy ana per
We surrender much of our space to-day J despond. The Southern people are not
ieviate it as far as possible. If air God,
who tempers the wind to the shorn
lamb " remember this unfortunate claaa of
our population. What the end of all this
is to be is not revealed to ordinary mor-
but we should not for one moment
to the important order of General Caaby,
modifying Gen. Order No. 10. As these
orders partake of the nature of legislation
a id are, for the time (ring, tbe law of the
Slate, we have deemed knar duty always
to pathah them at the esrli. st practicable
to make upon this order st present. We
worse than other people, and sooner or la
ter the day of their deliverance will come.
Taking a view of the political situation
we even now imagine that 'we see it ap
proaching. Among the Northern peopl,
from whom alone we are to expect deliv
erance, reason is beginning again to re
sume her sway. The wild and mad ex
cesses of radicalism, by which tbe Sooth
would Imve been made a desert, bas been
attempt to subvert the constitution, the
persons administering that departmeut
would themselves become traitors, and it
would become tbe duty of every loyal c it
ixen to resist by every constitutional means
in their power. Such is now the case, with
Congress. It is not pretended, even by
He tbe Republican member, that Congress
bas certainly made many reforms, and our-1 possessed any power under tbe eonstitu-
duty of every loy-
ome judicious reflations ia regard to way I ) man to oppose the measure to the utmost
freights wmrh will prove of much advantage ktM itj thl exercise of every leg!
a. . -a. f at aL w-err a . a . I
tow. peopie or me reesiera pan 01 ta. and .t;,,,,.! roean,. The constitu
0 . a II t a I
u us V " Til ,g I Z T tion to be submlued to us by the Conven-
I. .1 ... 1 hi 1. L.IIJ... I. J
imiji., nan u . trwt iu wiiuiiig 1 11c nuan
t l.u ilwrol.mtnAnl tt lK. MaAnvaaa . J lit.
a.... j 14th proximo, should be rejected by tbe
Not beine "amour tbe editors who lately I Peop'' f ka 8tate, aad will be voted
wajred aneh a fierea wax anon thai Praaidaal I against by all that are truly loyal Unless
of the K . C. R-. or gave aid. eouotenanee, j it be such a constitution as they are sat is
or encouragement to them by copying ia I fied with. And even then no chair of
oar paper the asaauHs of others," we write disloyalty can be preferred against those
this with pleanre. Hut even if we had been who oppose It, as to accept of it might he
among the class to which Mr. Turner refers eonitroed into a recognition of the right
we. should have felt bound a . matter of Congress to reorganbte ibe State -or-
iiiiiit3 juut-? w nava our lit- una leainnuuj .
Such doubtless, was die view taken by our
excellent eontempory of the Charlotte Dem-
a 1 a a a a .
- ww v ivvvtiMy iwa wvaciwu nv vauitre
,....,r,ri,. . . aaami -aa . I ,U ;; ,1... r. .1.- t... .1 1.
'We publish a letter fsusn Mr. Jriali Tur- ,,.., . - , ,
ner. the President ..ft I. A. C. Bond, which of cotton ,n th Southern States in larger
will be interesting to th. public We have quantises than would satisfy the A inert
never ...ecu an auirnrer 0, r turner, nut CM d,mirrd WOtjtd ttoTC to uaalmtmened.
Wat will Ban J liMao we Ml II A ijv- w vryni lis jn- .
mots the wel&re of the Boad nmier his eon- We gave our reasons for this opinion at
trel and besefit the State as well a the iadi- the time, and we will not repeat them on
. :j..i c. .lv. u u . .1
.ui.ai nwKimiiim. b.nj iaa purer m m .11.
o...- 1-. 1 i .ut. ' j. i : l-I WIS
7 irate- in imrirfim 1 if utia wrrsa, crru 11 lie
gvn!?BMin? to Wf H
throughout the coonlry as Tns Cbil.
Fsitao." we regret to Irsrn, has determ, 1
remove to Baltimore, sad wilt leave Sahsi
in a few days for that city. During a ,
yeats rssidsaes to this city, Mr. Hunter t
bis excellent family has won the respect a
esteem of oar citisens, aad will carry Witb bit
to lii new field of labor their kindest wish
far thaw harf in aad pfuaprriiy.
does not own stock iu his ii dividual capaci
ty he is a Stockholder as a eitise and tax-
Cyer, aad has the right to know how the sf
n of the Company
ass managed, and com
plain whenever he tfiinks proper. ,
Party Ming eausad the spin iwtmi ul of
Mr. Turner as President of the Boad, and
we do not hesitate U'expn-ss the opinion that
We were sorry to have to
give any such opinion, but circumstance
and ear duty aa a joarnelist compelled u
to do so. We even then hoped that we
might be mistaken, bat since that time we
see that others, more able aad practical
than our. If, have come to the same eon-
that some of its provisions, at least, I tignaJly rebuked by tbe sovereign people. ' party feeling has iauaeaeed Mr. Tamer to I ciasiou. Among these is Senator Sprngue,
are very good, and wrH meet with the ap
probation of the public. It will at once
command an attentive perusal and the
obedience of our law abiding people,
We append the paragraphs of Gen.
Order No. 10 referred to in, and modified
by this order so that our readers may be
able1 to see at a glance the nature and ex
tent of the alterations and modifications
Mime little extent in
business, (he is t
he doe his work
A mighty revolution in public sentiment
bas set in which nothing can resist. "The
i....i 1. .1... 11 . i.'i-i... J.
uauu-wn.uiE is ...1 inn wan. ik onm ; - .j ,., o.J u.-.. J ,u- n..L
a 1 ... a , . . a a iwa . f ..SWUUw-Wf MIC ItiraMi wsews l7SSBt WJ sua tISW7 miWiSf
hss gone forth that tin 1 a white man's, holder, we shall aowrrowl at him about un-
government, ari that it must and thall important matters. Upon the whole, we
ever remain subject to tbe control of tbe think Mr. Turner deserves credit fur his
Caucasian race. Negro governments may, rood management so far, aad we bono be
potriblif be established for a lime, but they ! wilt have a fair opportunity to show that thia
nis management of tne I Rhode Island, whose oolnion we nub-
wall and ajl.anaaa th. in. "" SUOlUCr COIUtnn.
of the Convention
Gen. Csoby hss ordered the Contention
eteer to assembte at ''RsaW':fhfftt Inn.;
lor the purpose of framing s sew Const it tukm
for the old State of North Carolina.
Many of the delegates are define.!, iu the
end, to the surest disappoint Micut Tl-y im
agine they are to lake rank in tuatory witb
lbs fiamersof the CooiKulion of 1778. b
they are much mistaken. We already lias e a
overthrow, aid it a ill yet be acsmnssmdsmi by
lite National (iov.rnnient. The wmk of lh
morley, and wsUt lew eaceoiear , ignorant
crowd wbicb iaSto ssseoible on the 14th, wiB
sutju be risw listed, end iu. mIkk oonajgnad
i oOscanty er ha'ismsmi rred only lor their
k km BsostSBL TW youngs! sou of Mr.
John Taylor, of Hocksvule, tVm going to
mill, last Thursday, oa a mute we thrown and
will be of brief duration. They will soon
go "glim iiu-ring down the stream of time,'
and be ''numbered among tbe things that
ere." l he gloom, then, winch over-
f liremdh epuAntrw is hot : en u
loved. We begin to see an oasis in the
desert, and we have an undoubting failli
that we shall reach it ere long.
Orau xx d Tki.n r,it A 1 Court ef
Oyer and Terminer wilf be held at State
vilte, by Judge Sbipp, on the 3d Mondsy
of January, lust.
We mike this announcement for the
benefit of the Bar who may wish to attend.
With facts lihe these staring them
the face it behooves the people ef
pan of the State to look around them and
see if there be not other dad more remu
nerative crops to tbe cultivation ef which
lieey aan turn their attention. Wa have
before intimated that the crop which
would prove most remunerative to the
$jt lIiJ.,0Jm!T. I planter in thjf parj oi the JSlato would be
great Slate work eaa be made to pay and re
dound to the U-nefit of the people generally.
Nxw IUrxu We have received the
ersieu oy tne memoer 01 ruilon IxMlge, no.
99. Ancient Vorke Masons, by a public iastsl!
ation of the omceys of the Lodge elected for
the ensuing Masonic year. The Ceremony took
aUos in the Presbyteruw Cbwoh, Bro. Wm li.
Bailey, V. M., offi.-iai mg. After the cooclakn
of the installation ceremonies a most excellent
and appropriate address wss delived by Rev.
Bipl iTtr ItWi flr, IW wtoch the
tbe3udge were subejueotry ruled him.
At aiifht a Grand Party or Ba was gtvee
by ths Frsternity at the Boydea House, which
Wss in every re-cl a brilliant iiiooiss. Tne
first number of a naner called h Aai7 ' receipt cof.silersbiy exceeded th. x-prwdi-
lleratd, just started at Newbern in this ; 'ores, leaving a bajfooee to b. appropriated to
State, and published by an association at
the low price of fifty cent per month. It
is cleverly edited and
charitabie Mssonw purposes. Much qf Ims
ucces is due to the effort of Bra, B. SUter1,
3fyfZyuut ami aad sewgj inks
This is, we believe, generally
conceded, and being -generally conceded
we take it far granted that tbe farmers ef
Rowan and the adjoining counties will en
gage in its cultivation next year. As
we intend to do whatever we can to
promote the material prosperity of the
-t -. 7 . it , -aa ... . . .-- i - t-i i - v v -. - - a
couu try, we snan soon pnuiiu severil
very interesting articles on tbe culture of
tobseeo, givmg all the information to rna
hie those wishing to engage iu planting it,
to thoroughly understand tbe management
of it, from the plant bed to the factory.
If this can only be made a tobacco grow
ing country, we may expect seen to see
oar goodly cby start oa a new career of
prosperity, and our people recuperate from
Col. Daxiki. Booix Read the
teresting article or. our first page with the
above caption. It is from the pen of a
clever eed well known writer whose
vices we contemplate securing whenever
our finance will per nit u to do so.
This oar patrons may enable us to do by
aiding as in extending our circulation and
paying u promptly.
A Goon Mora At a meeting of Ful
ton Lodge, A. Y. M , on but 'night, the
Secretary was directed to scud a copy ef
the By-Laws of the ledge to every lodge
in the Stale with a request for an ex
change. This may lead to a comparison
of their respective merits and lead to sense
thing tike uniformity and perfection.
New Publication. The December
a umbers ef the North British Review, and
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magueine are up
on our table. We have net had time ta
peruse them extensively, but their tables
of contents give assaranee that they are
net behind their predecessors in Interest.
Of the general character and great mer
it of the British Periodical, it is -not as
cesssry for us to repeal what wc have so
often said. They are certainly unsurpass
ed by any similar publications in the world.
Their great popularity long since led to
their republication in this country imme
diately after their first appearance in Brit-
bas met with affords tbe best evidence of
of thier excellence.
Address tbe Leonard Scott Publishing
Company, 140 Fulton Street, New York,
to whose prospectus in ear columns we
invito the attention of our readers.
daring the i
wet or froxe
th. I3h U February to tha 10U of Marsh.
It is. however, safest to sow at Interval
wheawvar the laud Is ta order far working.
XrV-rsrrw anies the land be ta good order,
for ike w.rk will be throws away if nVvtaad
b ton assist or be nut wail ss iumsd, Ah
a thorough burnisf. 4ta. smtp
dig, rake and ebon uatu every eh
tone be I
tily of seed to he Sown Is saw gill
mixta- a 1
htu of plaster
portion a son may think
sows mall stfed. only with a heavier hand.
Roll tha bed with a hand roH
ks aad eSusp until every elod. mat and
e renw . ved, then Wvel aad aad palvcr
sly with the rake. Tha proper a,aa
seed u be swn is saw giR to every
m tarda. Prepare far sew hag by
. half pint of seed with a half gal
ajtr or itW aahra. T ia tach pro-
wwswa uMBual w9W Eft
nar that awrdseru
w wawmss unsawswsv w
lm HwUflJfJ oamSatvf ,
a hand roller after sowing,
the fast. If the bed to
sown sarir ll iinahl hi ha usieiil uBhliuah
free (row Uavaabart Bis net iiisserv to
after tbr middle of Asril.
beds must he kawt free fauns grass sad 1
until they are ao ssasafj
grass must he picked out a
wtta tne aaweti. mis is a
tbarafare ulaeiire '-
Thi WatTaraaAftor several 'days
of rainy weather and muddy street,
sun shown out thi morning, much to tbe
delight of all classes of people. We hope
in a few days to have dry streets and
pleasant weather again, bat at this
of the year it is so precarious as tu leave
a a a- Jkm.Li.
nut little room to nope.
should be vry earef ul not to use ear
tberr bees which have the seeds Of
weed ia them. A (toe rdaats are en the
a , . ft, ua..-.- .
suoumi reeeiv e a snant say enuawaa or
noe manure onee a wesa. sown an
. I ft ft Mftft , . ft ft ft ft
in. nana. 1 nia manma seouis ue t
of a half bushel of sal-ached ashes (.
bushel of burned turf) one bushel of
uuag oi very
ashes (or one a
ieifsfrom the hen roost aad two er three
sllons of liquid from the barn-vard. Stable
jaadygjy ' w w&f piwj"" mvmse Wftwy uay"' mtelftl amemy '
it contain more e Ires gram er need seeds.
iwouwatsorsenmweua f sasef anlver
sed sulphur and sab ta small soaaties. Lot
the whole ef these
mixod and, when apphed
fromwslituiii. I would in
that s quantity of this
New OaocaaT Stobb. We
that Mrs. L 8. Aldrieh bet
Family Orneery at tbe building formerly
known as "Phmnfx Hall," on laafas St.,
just opposite tbe Mansion House, where
houae koepcrs say nhtata aB artatlea in
her line of business, such as prime Cotfee,
Sugar, Crackers, Cheese, Molasses, Cera
Mesl, Candies, Raisin, Nate, fee,, fas.
We hope she will receive the patronage
which she merits.
Tag ClISISTMAH H. ll.I.l I A V S THB Coi.-
" was lad too
ring the greater part of ths bollidsys.
we tasra that they never passed off mere
quietly. We hare heard the asuMoava of the
colored people sspssially eommsudod. bt
Msyor Shaver and othsse. aa being exceed
ingly orderly and quiet. We note tbi eon
duet oa their part with the utttrost pleasure,
aa ma arc ever anxious to do thorn iaasta.
--------l-miaw lanmst, m
m i ryiTL1 T" !!?" tpiruswd rsnmg of sym
to the bW. free I
farther rssommoad V
mure be rotten to-
Kt her early ta the winter, and put away la
barrel ready for nse. After your plant havs
mulate moisture during the Bight which U
retains until late ta tbe day. Tberearsoth-o-manures
that I eould sufcty ritounuial,
nt at uh stag tsj its growtfa 1 It 1
er raa ores that I sould safely rsenmmend,
but the abovr aewthmed. if jsdiWry ap
plied, wiD not only invigorate the growth of
the plant, but will prove sammmaawta arrest-in-
the rav.g-. of th. fly. Th. ly is s small
blaitk Isinrt, sowiuhsl rassuiblliis the sea
which delights ta cold, dry , harsh leather,
but fassypsav. with ths mlhl showers aad
b st dun of opening ssnsuner. If possible tbe
plants should stand ta the bed from a half
aa inch to aa lash apart, aad if they are too
thick thev should be raked by a very carSfal
fcsMNKJ - mt- JtwrnrmV' tmr"r' 'trltfr Pfcw'arswmw', '
common rake with iron teeth three er fear
inches long, curved at the points tat, and
about three-eight of aa lash wide, aaa Ml. -about
aa task apart.
caoup cubbiTbt solphcb.
The Medical "Oaestte" of Pari stales that
of I'aiis, siter "lawrying the
t on the odiom of sraps vines.
dminrxter H m several esse of the
lusmsgatsl of an
of water, sad sires a I
mixture erery boor. Tueemsst mi
wouiterfuL Tbe diseam w uureu ia two oars.
ths only symptom rsresining being aaaejfa
arising from the peesenre of loo, membtao.
in the trachea. Mr. L say be has followsd
tbi plan ia mven reus, si being t
is. text, in w Bunt was, 1
had but arm brosew. j -
aaa too wane race. 1 ti on.