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SALISBURY, N. C, JUNE 26, 1868.
VOL. I, NO. 25
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rxBVI'OilH IN AtTtROR.
tt lTC.llM.AN OLD NOBTH STATE
v.lr nattr. UhIw,
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TKI-WBIKLT OLD NORTH STATE,
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CURIOSITIES OP F REN Oil 0 All
The vltilor wUo pinM through the
market of Parris cannot fail to be
ttrnck by the sUa aud beauty of the
fraits and egotantes aispisyeo.
There are hog and perfect n, a
glittering array of salads, enormom
heads of snowy cauliflower, and gi
ant stalks of asparagus, which at
tract attention no terror their sis
and fmiiltleo condition, than tor the
vast quantities, all equally flue and
large of their kind. Thee art dm
i the wonderful skill end patient in
dnetrv of ibe French gardener, who
aio unequalled by any others, either
litre or in Euroie, in the art of cut
ti rating garden produce.
One ease of this superiority is the
devotion of lite French to specialties.
This syren obta na as generally
among the gardeners as among lbs
men of arte and sciences. An Ameri
esa market fanner or gardener di-
tides his around into many lots, and
ulanta nearly evert- variety of track
known to the market. The French
gardener give himself ap to the emU
tirstionof a special class or sncees
aion of fruit and vegeUbles, and by
. a ' .t a. f
lnf smoy ana practice, oy eapen-
nwutiug wiiti various Manners ana
uindes of culture, arrives at the pro
suction of a perfect crop of his spo-
ciahr. season alter season, with un-
Otn. CharUs P. Stems Declines t
domination to the Virginia Sam
In a convention of the Conoervatives of
tbe counties of .Goochland, Powhatan and
Fluvanna, Va., held at Goochland Ceort
HoHas on lb 3d Intt , Qen. C'barlet P.
Stone, formerly of Massachusetts, was
unanimously nominated aa tbeir can.li
dale lo rrprcseol tbe Senatorial dittrict
saipana of lliese counties la lbs General
Aaetmbly. lie, however, has dssHnsd
the oaetnution, expressing bis rsasoua in
Ike following tetlsr :
Gt ntlemen : I received your latter In
forming me that la a Lonveniion of dtlt
gale duly appointed from the counties of
Ooocbland, Powhatan and Fluvanna, I
was ananiasooaly chosen as lb candidate
ts represent ibis Senatorial District in tbe
General Atrunly of Virginia, should tb
Conttitution now before the people be rait
rued, wane expressing my thank to
tbe Convention fur tbit expreaeion of eon-
Uewce, and to you, gentlessen, for yoar
Battering communication ot ita action, I
must respectfully decline tbe nomination,
for reaaana which will curtly be satit ftc
lory 10 yoa and to tbe Convention.
When perilous timet comes upon a peo
ple it is a proud position Im a man loiiud
himself selected ss tbeir free choice from
among all his fellow citiaens as tbeir rep
reeenuiive in the public councils tbe
defender of tbeir right the protector of
tbeir interests. Using so selected, sny
man is bound to answer tbe call, and,
leaving all thoughts of private InlereeU
behind, to devote himself lo lb duty
Papers of the country will confer
a blessing on this, alas I loo nutner
ona class North Booth, East and
West by publishing I ha above re
cipe. Augusta Chronicle and 8m-
thua imposed upon him Tbs knowledge
that leni of thousands or In fellow-cui-seas
freely select Lira for sack duty ought
to excite In action everything noble, ev
erything of ability which a man may pos
sess. Bat to become tbas inspired one
must know that tbs choice ia perfectly
free, tbe confidence entire and tin reserved.
erring certainty t nm w npn. i" hh htk
lie i also much more economical j been a perfectly free choice in this case,
of apace and mora prodigal of labor It not to be supposed that in a Virginia
due we aw; a., in fact, than w Seaatorul Dfctfrfst, . comprising three large
need ho. Ho seldom aaffers his f?H,"'j'""', " c'ee anouM set aside all
ground lo lie fallow ; crtV ucceeda; nJ wbo
c.op in endlcos rotation ; il.e cau i H frnm vtMfh ,a who
A -- - tlsaa, uiiiliill la lla J . . - . t. 1 1
n-wor mn , while yielding H no one In a sincere ami
ready to spread as axon a lb mel-! lm tiuunt devotion to lbs weliasv, and in
una are gnthe'od. Between f" , desire In nr..lect the riEbt, slid advance
of aaparagna o planted early pota the interest of the people of the district,
les, leltuoe, dec , III SUCH a maimer yet has been a resident in it only twnanda
St to keep IDO ground cotittmi ly hall years ; one who was born a 1 ankee,
fruitful, and when tba weather be in 1 ankee land, and who looks back
come froatr, and the sun loses a , five generations of Tcjikee ancestors,
auudlv tliare of ita forcing Kwr, Pw,nr ,n "nesgs. PuMie duty dc
I .r,. I.. II wen . mi.L.ved. one mends or a maa Inst he shall, if neeeaaa-
ef which isidaoed over each plant 7.' Pc saennee every-
I . . - ! I Inn. that i. It. . v 1.1. ..If . rt
or the salads - - , -i
Writas fcrtha Watshmaa a 014 forth Bute.
WHO SHALL BE OUR NOMINEE f
Afr Editor: Mash is being said con
cerning tae aawaaaass who w to be se
lected by tbe Democratic Convention to
be held in New Turk on tbe sib of July
Wbili I agree with (hose wbo think wa
of tbe South ought lo leave this matter to
be determined bv tbe defecate of tbe
Northern Slates mainly, I have thought
that lbs presentation of certain views en
tertained by myself as a Southern Demo
crat sad Confederate soldier might do no
barm, perhaps might, indeed, be of some
value, on account of the local and politi
eal tnd-piut occupied by lb bumble
individual wbo present ibem
It will be impolitic to nominate any man
wbo made himself prominent as a North
ern Anti war man. Why f Because it
is unreasonable to expect a majority of
that section which is proud and exultant
over the triumph they achieved in tbe
war to wheel about sow, condemn the
war, and pronounce themselves criminals,
by supporting aa An t i- war ram agahat
the General who led tbeir armies to victo
ry. - -tsar knowledge of human nature
ought to convince as that this is impossi
ble. Foot year ago the most popular
Union General was beaten, simply because
they ran him on an Anti-war platform.
The war was then raging wkb all ita hor
rors and with its issue Mill doubtful.
Will an Anti-war platform and candidate
do better now, when victory baa com.
itb all ita eclat and rejoicing I Suppose
the South had won in tbe contest, would
Union man and Aati-SeccMoniat have
been tbe successor of Jefferson Davis as
Confederate President I Would wa Con
federate soldiers have supported such a
and earnest devotion to the welfare , and in I ntao aa a candidate against Geo. Las T
' tin .Li. l. .i i. i: .1 .
vrooever rams. inai, hit ueiicvv nu a
Northern Anti-war maa will be the next
' - . I list an unver he rMuirM ana if rrrniir.
-and I h.-.i is thus cmcei.trated upon t -
it until .1 lull growth la fairly at- f .j wiue r . pob.
eiso of the French
TO CONSUMPTIVES EVERV
i. aa aa u
lie trust not freely offered, and climb to
nffU hv reaann of I lie - nreaent m-euliar
. ... ..i.' a.. .1.. ...... I ..'7'
n-Miagca isi-ini-iit uuu eonsiftsna nf-DOMlC mtlr
otphwrrng.4 Instead rrf setting thu . While, by it Constitution, our country
M m!, cbwcly togeilier. aa wo Uo, a'eJaims to be a free Republic, resting upon
l': I ai least six inches Kinaie is lb consent of al! the whole people, no
allowed to fiirh Viot," which en i voluntary set of mine sbsll appear In ad
alilus it to Slick A largo nm-oiut ol mil that it is not one and it would be
nutriauawl from the aoil, and liecomo. apparent, afcould I now be selected from
a Wrong ami ..did plant. Each stool aaaewg aty peers for the trust in question,
l-o iiiMimrerJ ropcatedly every .j... OTV.
-on, liraonl boing catafuily sarap. r "T Mlff-
.7' , T. . .i ,. ,1 tnable test-oetfa wMcb disgraces tbe pro
awy d.Wa l the rwi, the com- vr. ... .. j:
t plac.l around them -and the , ,".,.,,. j tb. met bon
ib nut tiat-k acnui. 1 i t. ,.., .nrll.v tntm aiwl taw
The French ayatem of mill rating ' mwM i.i,i ;,. tui.
plie apple, i.ear and iwach is alo pa-. t u. mccfDl -...i- .i.
suiiar. The trees are all grafted ami j condllnnt.
wart'ed. A strong wiro is alretched I have the hnner to be, gentlemen, with
long in front Ot' each tow, ulnnit great nsnect, your obedient servant,
lirec feet above the ground. Uin ; signed. CHARLES P. STONE
hi wire a ainttle branch of eucli
ree it trained, and, as soon M well
....J .11. I L " 11- t.
r;cu, uua orancn ia maue. ujt
vy pruning, the only fruit hear
g on .hi the treo. Tlie cons
icnoa Is that ibo entire strength ol
ii tree goes to tlto uourieliliu nl !'
mi upon this branch, and tins Inut
,oui large and lair in proportion.
: process. iy ttio nv, is oorrowco
oin the Chinese.
Tns Mar,houvr, is al Urgoly
r'orn in tins pyramidal and other
nn but altttost ulwavs from dwarf-
In the cultivation of the peach, the
reach gardener have shown a curi
u and fane fa ski I. Near the
wn of Montrcil. a few mile only
m Paris, there is a large number of
"'tn-. enclosed in wltiio-washed
an, against the Sarface of which
vach tree arc trained in many fan
'"ilium. One ot the-e I rnown
ho 'Napoleon peach.' This a
cimen so trained a to figure In
iry large lefer the name of Napo
a aiigle brancli g.Hiig to the for
ation of each teller, and the wlmle
rroniided by a wrea h composed ol
A I.. t . I . I I I
. rgc Dougtt trained i.n circle.
Past. J likely to heenrttu Valuable r
lc of fuel ia the Wt. Machinery has
P iuvented and put ia operation at Chl
Pp, by which neat ia reduced to a con-
Pai'nt and eennomieal enndilion far am
s it can be sold for one ftftb the prlee
1, wbfls it will generaU mors beat,
I, Inn fnr Ian. but .a loam aa ihn beat
Tbs rraaahnnnera are Aearenvinc tbe
Fuig carden ana farm ernas In Central
- i w petit twarm over to oatut
lavu devtstation behind.
Having reen much suffering from
consumption, ami knowing thousand
of dollars are yearly spent by tnvas
lids traveling for t Vir health, ami no
inediciiie and physicians, we prop'
a slmote recipe by which patients
may iRt'omo - their own phyticiaha,
and if not too far gone,' will guaran-
toe a ported cmo if niado and regit
larly taken according to directions
The ingredient are lioaihound, mitt
lein and itiilaes inirredienl that
are in reach of all, the mullein crow
ing wild in every field, the hoarhonnd
in almost every garden, and inota
sot to ho had at any grocciy. The
directions to making are to take a.
large handful of hoarhonnd and boil
aa atrong a tea aa possibly can be
made. Take'np, then boil an equal
quantity of mullein in the same way,
take a cupful of tea of the hoarhonnd,
cnpfnl of tea of the mullein and mix
togettier in a stinaiite vetsci, men aau
a cupful of molatses ahd stew a ayrnp
the. thicker Ibo bettor, lake a
tftblepoonfhl, or a largo awallow,
three times a day. Bo particular in
following directions as to making
and also as to taking it, ami we will
guarantee relict in all cases not too
tai advanced. -A
The writer doe not claim this re-
ceine as oiiginal with himself, but
has recommended it in many case
always with good resuita. Aa the in
gtedjcjit are so common and so
eosUAtaiaod, it is bestytot to make
moremnan a quart at a time particu
larly tn warm weather, aa the fresh
r it is the better . fleet will be produced.
President of the United Stair. But men
.if common sense must know that auch an
idea is preposterous. .
It wdl be equally impolitic to nominap
a maa who endorse any ef the lawlesa
and revolutionary doctrine and proceed
ing of tbe Radical party tince the war.
Tbeir reckless disregard ef the Constitu
tion, their miserable abortion iu tbe -mat
ter of restoring tbe Unfawi, tbeir fatal mid
perverse folly and fanaticism in conferring
the elective franchise on untutored barba
riant, the are the crime for wbirh that
execrable party is about to be hurled from
it Mot of power by a cheated aud indip-
nsut people. River of North, rn 11
poured out from bean which, even We
foemea) know, palpitated with tbe
am honest love ef country which worm
ed OW own boon ma in the strife, purchas
ed for I hem a splendid victory. Tbe mas
ses ef tbe Northern people expected that
victory to be sppl.ed to noble and exalted
uses. Jaca saw in it the. restoration af
tbe prittine glory of the Republic upon
Hirer f landation of harmony and bomo
gcMoosaes. How have they not been
disappointed !- To what vile purpose
baa not their victory been applied) lu
slcad of peace, universal disquiet and un
certainly reign. Instead of a h.imoge-
toacb them ia ibis communication. What
svtr policy assy be adopted so other is
aaas, 1 am strongly persuaded that any ma
ten! deviation from the coarse indicated
ia tbia aaamnnieelian aa to certain lead
ing matter, will iu all probability result
diaattroutly to us. I bar spoken with
frankness, perhaps it may be deemed
with pr.-tumption, as to tbs kind of man
we should have. Let other name tbe in
FERTILIZERS IN N. CAROLINA
Wh have been favored with tbe follow
ing corrctpusdenee between a Committee
of the Bute Agricultural Society and
Prof. Kerr, tbe State Geologist. It speaks
for iia-lf, sod we need do no more than
call attention to it. Tbs letter of Prof.
Kerr it fall of valuable information and
asggettwat, which are apropos aud lime
ly. !t establishes tbe fact that we have
native fertiliser in abundance, to meet all
the exigeacie of our Agricultural condi
lion and necessities :Helmet.
Rauicn, N. C, Feb, IS, 1867
Pro. 1P.C. Kerr:
8lR : The Stole Ac.iroltnral Society.
at its but meeting, passed tbe following
resolution, to-wn :
"Resolved, That a Committee be ap
pointed to investigate tbe subject of pro
ducing fertiliser iu tbia Stale, for sale to
tbe farmera of the State at luir remunera
1 be object of the Society is, first, to
ascertoiu whether the materials exist out
ef which fertiliser can be manufactured
secondly, to ascertain whether they can
be procured in such quantity and form las
to compensate the manufacturer and re
munerate the farmer.
Any iqtormaiion thati you could give
tbe (.ommiltce, al your leisure, upon Ibis
subject, would be gratefully received.
With much respect,
Geo. iv. WmrriELD,
D. M. Ha It hi. NHL l;,
J. L. Bbjdokr.
aab, sra.. to bear traaeporuiio (and where 1 EDITOKI A I. (X)N VENTION. Confrrm.
they are nol. tbey mlgbt, iu aomo eaaes ' Although tho attendance of our Wasbinrton. June 18. P. 11 - I
be concentrated by soms ,"L"1 1 rlw. ... a. ei .
the State, on yesterday, was not so vorabfy on the bill establithing a eonlia
full at w had bopod, the "hardness iuou railroad bene to Mobil,
of the times." especially with thu The bill allowing tbe United State to
erafl, emiatitnea a aufKclont ex plana. PP11 arfu from District Courts, without
.1 . , gtving eeurity, passed.
W- -r.ro cr.iril to meet, and t .1 A Wl sJtowiag tbe sals of i
take by the baud, onr worthy and ex
eel lent friends and co-laborers, Hon. I
Lewis llanea, of tho Salisbury Old
North State; Ifaj. J. A. Engelhard.
of tbe Wilmington Journal; tjaut
Itobt. Waring, of the Charlotte
R t.Einu, June 10, 1S68.
Oeo W. WliitiirM. Esq., Hon. D. M. Btr
ringrr, Col. John L. Bridgets, Com
Genllt-uicu : - 1 hnre not yet had time
to give the subject of your communication
the stlculiou which its importance de
mands, having keen wholly occupied with
the survey of tie- Veteru section of tbe
State. It is my purpose, in a few months,
after completing the examination ni .that
region, to uke np, in detail, the study of
the marl of the Eastern counties, and, in
connection with them, to discus the whole
snl.jecl of our resource of f. rtilix ition in
ibis St ne and the beat methods of autili
ing them. But it b it oqcurn d to n a that
it might be worth while, preliminarily, to
call the attention of your Committee' and
of the Agricultural Society to some gen
eral considerations which mutt direct aud
limit oar investigations and experioteuu
iu this direction. . '
meant,) overlom district, along lb riv
era in whose bank tbey abound, aud on
the line of tbe railroads, ss is doas so ex
tensively irNew Jersey.
Bat tail not tbe enterprise which I pro
pee for year eontideratbin. It ia lb
utilisation of these materials, together with
tkt waste of the fisheries of the .Hounds sad
River of the aama section, for lbs manu
facture ef a manipulated manure which
may be profitably transported over tbe
whole Stole, by water and rail. These
fisheries, aa jou are aware, furnish thous
ands of loos of refuse and offal annually,
which are aew little better than thrown
Consider lb composition of these mate
ria it : The marl contain, beside lime,
winch ia tbe principal ingredient, iron,
magnesia, phosphate of lime aud organic
matter, and some of them, also, potash
Her it an analysis rrf a stone marl
near Wilmington, given by Dr. Emmons :
Mlex 20 per cent., phosphate. 0, magnesia
4 carbonate ot lune 72, organic matter,
When tbe sand constitutes a large pro
portion of tbe marl, it may be separated
by simple mesas, so aa to concentrate the
more valuable iugredieuU, at lime, potaab,
phosphates, 4c c.
Tbe composition of peat may be stated
fas an average of many analyses) to be
as follow, vis :
ssla to brllgereni for commercial pas
A bill relieving exporter of ram and
spirit wit killed.
The Conference (Jommlttee on tbe bill
relieving disabilities reported, reeotsmr tid
ing ibal Oeo. W. Jones, of Te
Times: Copt. U A. Shot well, of the and Geo. Houston, of Alabama, the mtm
Western Vindicator ; Capt. Win. Democrat on the list, be erased, audit
Bigg, of the Turbo . bouthemor :l waa adopts I
h, 2 "
An analysis of the fish
following, vis :
In 120 pan. Oil,
Ulhet organic matter.
Thus it is evident that
selection of mail and peats, (and the con
eei, n.it ion ni' the former when necessary.)
and tho addition of fish offal, (and in tome
cases, if desirable, a small portion of guaun
aud gypsum,) an unlimited quantity may
be made ol a fertilizer superior tn most of
the imported articles, al a trithng fraction
of their cott, aud capable of transportation
to all pnrtt of ihe State, a lertiiiT,
which, besides the principal ingredients,
wauting in our toils, lime and liuuius, con
tain all tbe other elements of ttablc ma
nure, or tbe best guanos.
Here, then, you have all the necessary
material iu unlimited abundance, with
out cost, in i in mediate proxiini ly to each
other, on navigable waters, and connect
ed with all pans of tbe Stole by railroad.
it u not easy to see what better
J. W. Albright, Em., of llioGrecnet
bore Jtmet and fatnot; rt. Al.
Furman. Esq., of the Roanoke Index;
Jordan Stone, Ei., of the Roanoke
Nfo ; and J no. H. Robinson, Eq.,
of the Goldboro' Rnumh Notes. We
arc pleased to tee thein all
health, and to bear that the
Senator Hendricks denounced tbit ac
tion as tbamclely partisan.
No Radical Senator ventured to reply.
Rom and Van Winkle voted ny.
Tbe Senate went into Executive set
ion and sojourned.
II 'l'l. . !--! I . I :ll
tabled 68 lo 64. Thi ae ion effectual
rebiKiC . ... ,,
live journals, over wit ch they so oTotL, A,nM.i. J ih. T.
ably and tdBctenily prcaide, are, in nU&ei hj Sania(IaUMed,
u.e niHiii, uotog a wen a tn i in..- declaring that the House will teal bound
stance w.!l al low. I to refuse an appropriation far itt ratiaca-
smaa . , I .
i ne uon vent toti was nrgnnizea, oni ton.
yesterday, ami hnd two pleasant Tho treaty is a small affair with Oeace
tesei.nis. .Matiets ( iiui. ti interest inaians, put it important, at it is tbe nrst
. - ... i it . . . i a., a f
to l lie profession, tie pnl.Iie, and lliejaireci siiaca on me eomoinea power or
cause, were timlcr advisement and e x-reenteni ana ocrime to muo trea
The bill, modifying and essentially
limiting the jurisdiction of tbe Court of
A bill, relieving Carrying Com poo let
from liability for the loss or damage to
consideration, of which dna note will
bo made in all good nine. ' ntitul.
WAT8 OK DENYING
Iliehnp Ileber aaid : "It is a fatal good caused by tbe Union or Confeder
20.0 per cen t.
78.3 " u
8.7 " "
1.6 M "
1.0 ' "
7 M O'
by a judi.-ioos
iniBtMke to KiipiHiso that there can lie ui toicee, passed, B0 to 48.
... a j ra a tar r . a a ssa
noauostacv trom Christ, where we xnis em, it it oeeosaes s law, win
are not absolutely called on to deny protect Express Companies against innu-
hi name, or to burn incense to an n,B"u" BU,U'-
. . ... .. a . .. I I lin RIvavv and Htvluiv kill waa aiuS.
tool, we deny 'iir ira wnenevcr. -- - --
like that Deiniw, we through lore of 10 lttf" next-
Anftf trliifsl ( Mir'mt Iiuii iJniiilr I
poii.W out to us. Wo deny onr Lord tortaa uatstatnrs vntua atatet
wlionocer we lend tnc sanction 01 onr! oenau.
coiintcnaiiec, our praite, or even our Tallahassee, June 18,1. M. Iu thn
silence, to rrnaanies or opinions which Legislature, t day, T. W. Osborne was
may be uopiiiur or tnshionable, out elected tinted .States Senator for four
which We ourselve believe to be sin -year. The vote was 61 to 18.
fnl in themselves orNtending to sin. Otborne, end Welch, who was elected
iv .. i ....i ...i.....n...M . on rpiieroav. up dmd hub naiaii..i .
V Mill I "in awiu awnc'ci .9 ... . Z i , . '
forsiiko n flo ni man 1 in v affliction. i ne qne.non or tne election et cmy
and refuse to giro counteimnce. en- tor for , 77 from tbe "n w,ircl"
nnd sinn. ll to t hose J. "f -"'-
cottrngeineiit and amp ii
who. tor (rod g snke and lor the faith
ful discharge of their duty, are ex
posed to persecution and slander
lo a eiuld exist any where for a profitable
a- . . . , ....I ....... a.
- witnoai going into me general tufject enterprise el the kind yon contemplate,
of mlhore and tbe theory ef their ; on It will give me pleasure to aid you I
upon Ui soil, it will be sufsWirtrt to stole
in general, that the principal sublim of
practical agriculture in oar Stole and re-
giou is, how ut restore and maintain the
supply o lime and humus ia our oils.
1 bis is so, partly because these are among
the mott im. ortaiit ingredients, and, at
the same lime, the mot liable to exhaus
tion, and portly boa ante, whatever atetb-
iwl m ad.utted of supply tbee, the other
exhaust. hie elements are alto restored in
any manner in farthering such an under
taking. Very ltespeetfiilly.
W. C. KERR.
THE CHURCH SUBSIDIZING THE
We bad occasion, some time tince; to
comment noon a "Tea 1'artv in Church."
and then upon a ' liar " behind the sceue
at a chnreh fair. Since that, our atten
tion ba been drawn lo divers Raffles,
All the proceeding arc in advance of
the action of Congress, and without tbe
function of General Meade.
New York, June 18, 51 Datgerou
counterfeit $100 bill on tbe Central Na
tional Bank New York, and the Ohio
nous Union, ten black star dim the con
tellation. Against sll litis the people are
ready to thu n der their anat hemat at the
November poll. Would it be good sense,
then, to select at our candidate a man wbo
believes in Univert.tl Negro Suffrage, and
kindred heretic I A mau who deems it
wise, or even unendurable, to make Afri
can rulera of these Aaglo-axo;i Stalest
Such a nomination would paralyse al
once tbe mighty boat now panting to throt
tle Radicalism. " i
. drab Bairs. Mall, ef id omne aenus. for
Tire methids nf snnply in v humus are T ihe nurnoac of ruisinir monev for benevo-
osaiuly i..; Khsi, tbe plowing iu of , tent purposes. But, with oil the strides
gyeea crops j and, accund, the direct addi- that have been made of late years amnnzst
lion ot it iu tb - furm of stable manure, as in these nmn efforts for (rod and the
etinrrh, we are Ktii a guorl waj a behind j
inne other parts af the woild. Krad the
peat, atwek, Ar. fz
Lime ma be n et red directly. as Iiru,
Our candidate must he a man who sup
ported the war upon the principle for
which it waa ostensibly begun by the
Northern leader, and really sustained by
tb Northern m.ttes.-lh.t it. "for the
preservation of tb Union, with the rights
of tbe States unimpaired." Such a can
didato would be personally invulnerable.
And then be must be an unequivocal ad
vocaU of a Whitfl kfao't Uo recti moot in
this country. He meat be Caucoeioo in
heart aa well ss akin, whose every breath
it freighted w ith deep damn tt ion against
the Ultima Tbulc of Radical Crimea, tie
Africanix.uion of leu great Anglo-American
Common wealths. This will bs hit
grand offenaive weapon Willi thi poi.
or inthe f- ita ef mator gypsum. And,
stilt better, e- u-!- r both of tin. -e may be
wmpasMd ttb thn peart, Jtc.
Sutce tbe proves of improving soil by
plowing ia green crop, however advisa
ble, w ill not n-aibly nor speedily beadopt
ed"lVar larun'is, and since the quantity
of tioek iu oar region is .-ml until long re
main utterly inadequate lo furnish a tup
ply of stable manure, it is important to en-
quir whether there are other asailaUe
sources of supply, Tbe itnmcnte peat
beds ot our coast region will al once occur J
to you as capable of Turn istiuig unlin iti d
quanthit fr an iudcfiiiite period. Iu
tact, there is eooagb Ui supply for one
hundred ears every' acre of cakirated
land withiu ten miles of a Railroad or nav
W e a at at
ir is a retnai kaiile tat that no
man can ever get rid of the style of National Bank, Cincinnati, ore ia cireula
hand writing peculiar tn hip country. I tion
If he be English, lie always writes in
English style ; if French, in French Wheat II aktkst. Harvesting has
style ; it ueritian, Italian or opanisn, commenced in tins region or country,
in tire style peculiar to his nation, and, from what we can learn, the
Professor li states:. "I am ac wheat crog is fair, say an average
qnaiutea wan a rrenenman wno nas one. As usual, there is some com
passed ail lua life in England, who plaint : and no doubt occassional in-
speaks English like one of onr own! different fields of wheat can be
countrymen, and writes it with ten I found, bnt generally speaking, the
nines me correcincss oi ninety -nine quality ana yield are good.
ia a hundred of us ; hot yet who) Salem Salem.
cannot, for the life of him, imitate
onr mode of writing. I new a Scotch The Journey of Life. Ten thousand
youth, who waa educated entirely in human being set forth together on their
France, and resided eighteen rear jn journey. After ten years: one third,
that countrv. mixed exelin-ivelv with least, have disappeared. At the uiiddla
French people-bat who, al t hough PjB at weeomaton measure of life, but
be had a t rench writing matter, and 7" " "r""
ucriiap never saxv anvthimr but f",e " 1' thinner, they tbs t
i.-. ..... i. .. ..:,;.;.. I.:.. i:rX ,remaiu tilt now, become weary, and lie
I 'Clan o in. ii ii,q nn-, ii;i nii'ii; j .
.i .i i- i- u . l doww and rite no more. At three-score-
exactly in lite English s yle ; it was and band of Mme fonr hnndred t
rosillv tialiiintii iiu'inff ' In KuriaV . . . . . . J
nned arrow be cau pieces tbs Acblttean u errag
At iar linn-, of course the atari beds ef
the tame region furnish an inexhaustible
npplv. The manufacture of lime fr ag-
rirnllur! pqrpoec ought to beeonie k.
once s large sod laerative baaiaew. lbe
manuUclure of lime for agricaltnral pur
posea ouht to become at once a large aud
we rati ve busutea. 1 lie emit el a very
large proiiortion of (he Slate, being of
irranMK origin, are gi-nerally very drfi
j ei.-n t in this most tmpot lnt element. it
migitt tie auppueu to a urgn pari oi we
eaatetu mid middle sectmoe of tb Bute
f.om the marl aear the coast, which are
of! en a '. laost pore limettooe. Tb s is one
manufaeture thai your Society would 4
heel of even Grant himself, and
tb trophies of tb twate.
1 I oat aware tber or other point wor
thy at more or less eoasiderauou iu deci
ding the important question of tb candi
dacy. Ret I do not deem rt important to
As to the mallwr of transportation ef
Ett and marl to cams ul arable diuueas, I
ve an doubt thai muck might profitably
be done iu that way. Feat, air e'ried,
lose from tn of ita weight. The
el the coast are iu many place nca
following from a late nnmberof the Tex
as' Christian Adtocate. It is p.iiticiil.nlv
tttirjMtiug just uew, as we see from our
exchange that there are two Circua com
pauie now pcrimbrilaling our State.
Who r peak s fnr tbe firat benefit t There
it no time to be lost,..:: : :
"Iu the town where our friend resides,"
says the Advocate, the members of a rer-'
tain chnreh desired to erect a clturcb
building; and being weak they had to j
seek out inventions. We now give the
Word of our correspondent :
UrTOii t Circut wa exhibiting In Hie
place. A liU.pv thought'1 came into the
bead of one of the leading member, who
tnggested it to other and. it wt prompt
ly accepted, "n e must have Ibo circus
to giv the Church s benetft." Their c-m-dition
waa made knnwu to the manager,
whose generous heart responded to tbeir
appeal : snd lo the snrprie of all and the
mortification, "tunny, t he morning paper j
contained the following advertisement :
"Ortoa Circa will perform for tho
bent fit of the Church. Coato up to the
help of tbe Lord against the mighty." -
That evening thn band of music wa heard
all over the place, crviug,"Coine up tot
the help of the Lord agamat the mighty "
Unt H waa a strange tongue, and very tow
ould seemingly understand it, Nime
said it is something new under the nn.
I I.. . ... ... a.a ... . -Vrtt .L
aaa iw vr. tiroi ran. lin-, 0. .t.ifc.'.
toTmfugotolVeircu but could nol go M ceTU'Ucd
to a church circa Tbe circus however
gave ih.. benefit. Horace performed, the
clown pronouncad bit worn-out joke and
people la i. j! heal at them-a usual. .Some
any tb chnreh came ont fif' di'lars ahead
and other ay it earn oat behind. We
cannot say only thai Ortoa 't circus per
formed Ut tb duiub."
iiisiiuct. In ararts
wnritts-masters profees to
tench the English style of writing,
but Willi all their exertions, llitr can
never get their pupils to adopt any
bnt the crumped hand of the French.
Sot'TH Oitous t ' Kt-KCTirrs. The
complete returns fftuu the. thirty -one Uia-
trtclt ot "until Carolina show that the
mongrels In ve-curried only fifteen u f that
number, while the Democrat have car-
! -:..A ... I.. ,i. I.,., i ... ,-. ..-t..,
II. '1 r-.....i.. ,1 1 till - i....uur.
This show what mav be aceompliebed
by proper effort.
Uy the way, Forney print in hi
Chronicle a most imploring appeal to the
'Southeni Republican" to b active and
industrious, which exhibit tbe alarm in
tbe Radical camp already. Tbe fright is
uot without reason. We uli them, in ad
vance, that every wenpoa ef legiimate
warfar which can y -iblMy be employ
ed, will be ased to wr.-.t tbee Sute from
tbe band of tb Iteetrwetive and to
place them in tho National Democratic
column in the INreeiilential election.
struggle. At ninety, those have been re
duced to a bandful of thirty trenibliiiEr Ma
triarchs. Year after year tbey fall in df-
..i.i.Lt. t : r r
minianing namoera. une lingers, par
hap, a lonely marvel, till the century i
over. We look again, and the work of
death is finished. Bishop Burgess.
How to Destroy your Enemies. "Why
do yoa show mvor to your enemiu instead
of destroying them t" said a emeftma to
the Emperor Sigiamnnd. "Do I not de
stroy my enemies by makhtg them my
friends f'-wa tbe Emperor's noble re
ply. Kindness it the beat weapea with
wiuen lo Deal adversaries.
A very learned man has said: "Tb
three hardest ward iu' tb English lan
guage are, "I was mtttaken I" Frederick
tbe Great wrote to the Senate. " I have
rlmi great battle, and It was e.-tire-.
aty own fault,", Goldsmith rays:
" 1 hi confession d at p laired more, craat-
it i. r a
an oia victories.
0RO 'w The majrity forth DetBO
cratie candidate for I .ngnut, in thi
aaTOoor The total vote in tb State
wa nearly 2,oO0, - the largest ever
polled. 1'he Senate will tand : Ie
erau Is, Itsdicai Id. The l!si Dhb
oerat tS, RaatieaU I Oregon hi safe
for lb MwliutiaJ Democratic aotainee.
TkoScriplare give four name to Chris
tian uken from the fonr cardinal greeet.
OalBU, hw taotr belinect ; Believers, for
th-ir faith ; Rrethrett, fox their lore j and
Disciple, for tbeir knowledge.
A UaHarKrr.-Tbe innufe-
ifnreoT rubber (nol .tifTenrng. a new thing
in boot and eho laauubcture, has recent
ly been begun at Chela, Meawachuett.
These siifTening are aaid to b superior
to leather, for the raoaoa that tbey will
net Urea down," and ra- aaaaied by
ge OrJv. Tli re eggs, 1 rea-
ef ngar, 1 of frown Heat tho
eggs, then beat tliotn wall the tugar,
tlten stir in tb flour, adding a spoon
t'ul of wator, to prevent tbeia being'
t. , I irir