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BY 0. X. W0I1DEN & J. R.
Ax I-DErK:i.i:N-T Family asv
Wish for them cautiously.
Ak for them s'i'.om--ive'y,
Want tlie.n co:.lentci'ily,
O'.ta.n thorn honestly.
Accept them humbly.
Ma.iaqe. them prml-ntiy,
l'mploy ll.e.n lawfully.
Impart ilieiu lih-rally,
INtrem them inoJerately,
Increase tliera virtuou-le,
1,'se tli'rn subserviently.
Korege iliesn ea.-ily,
R.-Msn them KiHinylv.
ntltV, Mill! IS 'ii, ?.
Gov. (.eary on the Stand!
In !1k; case of Freedom vs. Slavery,
ITou. Jon.v V. Gic.UiY wa.- suiumoupil
as a wittier5.
Question-. Mr. Geary, you reeently
occupied t!ie pot .f ! ovenior of the
Territoiy of Kaiiras, a:i expressed a
great ari'l abiding intereu in its pros
perity : what is your preciii position
in regard to it ?
Assweu. 1 did at the request of
Mr. Buchanan. si;rVep.l lov. r-h.mnon
in that oilier. In an Addre.-s to the
People of Kansiis. ii.it I Lecompton,
March 12, 1s."j7, 1 puMiciy announced
ray "determination to resign tii: Kxe
utive office and retire to private
Mr. secretary A oodsoa, "1 trgiuia,
I have left as Acting G-v.ruor.
Ques. It was stated 0:1 or.? hand
during the last senson that lawless
Tiolenec raged in Kausus : and on the
other hand that the accounts of mur
ders and the "shrieks for bleeding
Kansas ' were political huiiioiiirs. got
up for effect : v.hich to1. 1 truth '.'
Ans. 1 refer you to my Farewell
Address, before noted, in which I say,
"Dtsolatiuu ud rai rt'j.i un ticry
7ia;i ; home aul fireidtia were d-. srtel; ,
tho smoke of burning dwellings darkened :
the atmosphere : Wkinen ni children, !
, i , I
onven iio.u their aa-'t:ous, wan-ierea ;
over tnc prairies auu aulHL' tl.e njo.iuiius,
or .ought refuge asd protiX-tu among the
Indian tribes. The b'sliwa s w. re ii.!ested :
with numerous preditory 'bauo-, aad the I
towns fortified and garrisoned by armies of i
conflicting i,artix.a d.trrmhed vinmut,
nal e.rttrm.'not ',!,. i 11 L. LA W 3 v ;.iW
NULL. Such was, without exueiatiou,
the oondition of the Territory.ut the period
of my arrival."
Qucs. lid you devote yourself un
reservedly to your duties?
Ana. Ia my Address 1 state that
"For six mouths, I labored with uuceas
ing industry. Tha accustomed needed
hours for slop were employed ia the pub
i service. Night and uUy official duties
demanded unremitting attrition. I had
li. ,,r.. .n, ti for r-st or re-
creation My health Mled under the pres-
sure. Nor is this all : to my owa private I
purse.without assurance of reimbursement,
X 1U U tV..J u..-j.e-.j, - "
quired fuads. I met with oppe-.tion and s
bitter v itupcration, and vmdietive n.aliee.'
Ones. Did vdu connect vourself to
1 .....1 in -... r.tiii.r.r,.ri.V f.tr t'im Tii- '
Cltlier tnO .lave OI r ite . taic party .
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Answer "I have eschewed all sectional
disputations kept aloof from all party
affiliation., and have alike seorued numer-
ous threats of personal iojury and violence,
and the mast fiaturlng pruuiises of al-
Tancetaeut aui rtwitrJ."
,1 i e
Ques. W hat was the character of
1 ..u ,.C .1. I'l.m I ...l.rDQ A
the members of the Uluo Lodges, of
the Buford men, and of the borderers
who, accordine: to me onKi-thsiouui
Investigating Committee's Ileport,
invaded Kansas in military array
with the avowed design of establish
ing Slavery by force ?
timcrr. "Most of the troubles which
lately agitated the Territory were occasioa-
Cd tiV men WUO nao. tin spne.ai neerest i ii ... , .
. ' , ,, f 1 , used to pay for itsell and have "something
its welfare. Many of them were not cren l J "
resitUnts; whilst it is quite evidunt that , over" bustdus.
others were influenced altogether in the Notwithstanding tho notorious wasteful
part they took in the disturbances by uier- Dess and incompetency of thig fourth-rate
canary or other personal considerations." iawvcr who the Puunsylvauian. had rejeo
Quee. What was the character of ted as Judge, there wero to be found post
those who came lrom a distance master and contractors who toadied and
with their families, arms, and every Ootnplimnted him with a pertinaoity and
apparent intention of carrying out in extravaganso of adulation most sickening.
good faith their avowed purpose) of
real political designs of the reckless
founding a Free Slate ? . changed and he will sion to , regarded j South herc h, ,,one can benefit the . 1()ad i lhoi iccnred) ,Le iD.ee, ooulJ .be rJ9, ,ati.fi.d nntll ,bo called tba ; M ,bat th LaTe out cn ' r!,wig with tbre. h,.r.,in.tel of using
hvinj men, dispel rUr to miLcri. ' ' " " & AntrUan u ,he bo(om Xdvebtisin0 SALES.-The last No. of which i. then mixed with a proper quaa-1 ba,d part tf Lis history. j from pasture ! Under cn..li lation, tho -...g m co: .eular ,h . a
fuafir connll,utwn and cUnTm,i peace, . ) ' . .. . p , M . n ... Countw Infelliaeneer contain, tity of honey, and deposited in its piace. Ashamed and distressed, the ohild bung tax iu the Northern lubertK. has inercas- t" " -
than to msist f.r their ent.re r.gots, ,hu'd fno"f uf A.A T"th Ynst -e ,ZTn .a leal i than nLtv-ciahl public Each of tbe circle. wiaibU in the parti- i dona Li. head. Hi. lips quivered, and . cd from Sl.'-O to 2.10. ! 1 D Le sld of l,sn uf hor'
th, genera, g.d thereby be cau.d to .uf-; f . 0 come o Zt The In- .ion. or floor, mark, a pans, in the labor, j .ngttisb WM painted as vivid., on his fore- A WWM living ia E lst jllyn, not on the end of a sweep
fer. Some of thum. under the liifljencc hud the two lonowing nonets, wuiuu gaies 10 eomo j . t - , the rrinoiole tf a
of the prevailing excitement and misguided ' coming as they do from aa ultra, partizan uUigenecr .ay. that in no other count, in ot ute .rcn.c. , ... - , uead as . tne woras -ere .rauueu . ... ,0Dg 8moc uoJl., ,ua , excitement ot liquor : -.
opinions, wer0Cled to tbe commisstn of oran of his own party, and of Campbell', the State are personal property .ale. .0 testimony to tho unwear.od indu.tr, whi.h , boy', flssh ,Lrew herself bead foremost out af tie , J . !n b.runc! K eolt
grevious mistakes, but NOT w.th the do- i sulssor-.re sufficient!, severe : w.ll attended or are such good price, ob- formed them, gram b, te a .olid .. u 1 " he muttered, hi. frame relax- gC0Dd of bfr uUing. at a window, I - - d
liberate intention of doing wrong." , Postmaster Genebal.- uined a. in Bucks count,. This is doubt- ma... The .awdu.t used for th.. purpose , ,og as if hope had entirely forsaken h.m, and WM iujUnli ki;kd. Sl0 k,t iM 1 , preveat t.,u plow ire. ;
One. Whnt i vnr i.,.iir , .t.. ! . TuB f,bW 0hTJBilI 7 BU...! . ?a,De(1 " . . ,:,.., . . M,t of that which wa. removed I ! ,.y a. well ao to ruin at once !" .-,,.., i mueu to land the .levy wi.l have to bo
Slavery propagandists ? i Postmaster General seems to be rcgaraea
Awicei-. "While the pcoph ,jaralh, by the press generally as a good one, and
were auxious to pursue their peaceful call, itbat the abuses irW. haot PdeJ w
ings, small combinations of crafty, schem-. .jehj uncUr Mr. Campbell will bo .peed
itig and deigning men succeeded, from corrected by bis able and better quahjie
purely selfish motives, in bringing upon i or, strong hope, are entertained,
them a series of most lamentable and de- j "Tna Mails. Tltcre never tea. sue
tructive difficulties. Nor aro they satisfied I universal rnmjdaints about the failure of the
"th te m.icf ,lfy Lave atrcajy dont!. J .V,k7 in Tennessee, as exist at tbu timo.
2 bey never desire! that the present peace 1 These failures are attibutablo to man, rea
ehould be cffeetel, t-nor do they intend i sons, which wo trust will soon be looked
bat it shall continue if they have pewer ! into and remedied by our present able and
to prevent it -fea ri.ey are not friend efficient Post Master General. 0 know
"' kt3, aad there is reason to tear that , it will bo done.
tVrrv Z 7r;0n TV" Tbe b tUt ynD "
iniory ,,ut of Uu; Lnion its,'. Jts ... ... . - , . nnj
i;.so,.i-T1o,Tnr:iRAH,,KNTWIH)an(1start with ,n If. is industry, with good
"' fat ! . ,. , j 1 scu, eourage, and the fear of God
rommrnre the accomplishment of a most Jefferson and Distribution. The Carpenter Bee. emergency. Hie grub. .re piaocd m th.
.nefarious design. The ethetno hag thai Certain politicians of late, have been j There are torn bees which lead a soli- cell with tb.ir bead downward ; cense
far Ifi'u frustrated, but it has not beea 80rely troubled to know how to spend the I tary life, and seam to exercise a meohaui- quently, tha first effort, te move will nut
at"'"'"""' " j immense revenue of government. In the cal art. The Crat of these performs the j bo toward the upper cell. The motb.r-
; Ques. Your Addre?3 to the People .cc0lld Inaugural Address of Thomas Ji ff- j labor of a carpenter, the next that of a j bee makes a hole at the bottom of the
of ICnnpfis is dosirned to vindicate j ,. ia a And itif rinritu in inmniiur. ! m-iann hiln tha third mat bo turuaed an : cavity, communicating with the lowest
yourself and to smother a3 long '
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of Government there to an extreme
Fro Slavci v man ?
.1 ' u ,aV,Mio m,fp to
speak about, and might prejudice the
public interests and subject myself to
tin; cliarjie of iiirratituJo or disap
pointed ambition, should I make any
further statements over my own name.
I refer you to the public prints.
Sr l.oi is, .Match 17. Tiio St. Lonis
J), m'ir, !t pol ishes a stitement relative
t affairs iii Kstiva, piveti by (5ov. GfiA
H y. 'J'he eij-e of the resignatinn of Gov.
itj-nrv i it ignore tn I ii-siui-ii i it rcu
i . . ... 1 ..r 1 I:--..
t. fiiiiil ili.t inade at the time
Ilie aj.j.i.rimiM'lli. w i-i'uironi, u ufpii.
him iov. i't.) ui'ii the power of rhe army
at.J militis. Hint tb- meaus of the Treiiiu- :
;r .. .. . ...... i ... r
.i; .;t i. l..'a n-ill-nno nut of hi
tins ail, he Ut pU fi.,uuu out ot his
own po-k.-t lo meet the expenses of uc
uiniin.9rt,('tit lias been rrinwa tuo aia
-in ? ennti.-.rf tt I mili tar v tinder tha
most urgent eiicUH.uiiees, and thwarted i
by the Judiciary if the Terntury ia every ;
The G iveir.ur states that vot lest tlinn
Jlft:, tnenvtre. u-.d. r olh frnmthe d,,y he
iiiVifd Of territory Vittil lit It It it, to u-
wa6.- hi,,,, proWJeJ his official eareer
did not meet their approbation.
The Governor rcgruts tho steps ho has '
been obliged to take, and focls confident
that lb- promised askance been ren-
dared him, he could hare administered the
affairs ,f tho territory in a manner accept-,
In re! :1f,., to the nalrarea committed I
by the pnvslavcry men, be says one-Ualf
h is nt Un t ,ll. He pronounces tbe mur- t
der of liuffum, by Ilays,the mnst cu,l-Mood- ;
rd and alroeiuu ,;Tvr rirr vitnrssid. j
it: . r .i . ci i ..nr..:. :
vei.iou ui a. w ;
mmu w iuoo airrauy puuinueu. in..
savs, however, that the account published
ta tho I!"publican ovor tho signature of
"Jones," is a tissue of falsehoods,
The Governor complains much of the
obstruction. .nH ,,,:i.,!. ,
orrespouaeuee. iu- w-.-
xnre cnustmOy ofifne,, and all oljecliona- ;
muWr to or from him extracted. Ho :
.e.i ...llf.l . - O .,.,- Pr.
imuK-i uio ruauiuii.iiraiiii o.a.e.j ,
surutiiio in ivaiii-n., iiicw.au.o. ,
From tho Nortn American 3 bum- :
mary of Daily Intelligence, Mar. a.3: !
possible tne ures oi inu iiiuucu voica- it0 debt once enccteil, "tnc revenue tlt?rt,y i The Uarpenicr-ijee ia aimosi as iiirgy i ; iuuiuui ,. ,
no in the Territory : will vou please ' VUrated, may, by a juU repartition ,.f it the bumble-bee ; not o downy, but more the next cell consumed by its occupant, j beneath the cold sod in th. rhurch y,H , ; Ut U their sf .c,: c tt; not to ena
Hate whv, in this season of apparent omonj the &ut,, and a corresponding J deeply colored. Iu spring, it seeks out j it gnaw, a hole through the floor, oome. j she had still a mover's fl,ne. . He , mr th far.ei.rt ; onr raJ-t., par
peace vo'u have surrendered the reins amendment of the ConstitatioD.be applied, ! some old post, or withered bnneb of a i out through the previously vacated cell, wont up to the poor bn,n..t to hle. . hn.., are Ir-.dy we,l-Pr,.a in r.I,ta
llJ- ' ... . . i r ....... ..,, :. i... k I L m n ,n! In m irr nfij lin. ld them. lJat wish tu r-filind thm that
- .,ov. rery lea.g.iuwuu u bot many years' of observation and ealm ! .,,,:.
,.;.ad hv tha PresidMit. It took effect . . c, covering
nn tho ?( rh. T hn Governor has arrived
in Harrisburg, and related to the Kdilor ! bo first helmed ia and gradually nM;ng completed her first cell and de
of tho T. le,)rarh, at that placo, the same ' robbed of it. strength and it. power. It ! pos;te(i iQ cgg sile now proceed to form
cTiTitirnT i,.rtn in tlm Filitnp nf the St. ia a nnrli nf time, and emnhaticallv "a la- , .1 i l 1 ..J . ...nn,l
KirilARD MAlliTKR, Esq., of liar-
rrsDurg, calica to Hie stanu. 1
i . HI.. AI'.TKofnw rMl rrr 1
aJUUailUU. aJli a -i .1111311 , J UU .
, siocc gotipht the office of Slave I
B . . ., r,,i ., i
Commissioner at Ilarr.sbnrg and waa
la'iliucu nn i.ic iiiuai uiiiia a iv .
n,-. 5t . mn u-pnt
1 J " ..i.v . a- ... v.. .
'? an,7 "turned from Kansas with
('ov- UerJ : vl,ut s 0"T Plul0n 01 i
"le 1 ro',-ld"' 1 ' V.. . !
1 1C wurM ui uio umift- i
, r r- i i
fccttleriof Kansas, have not been told, j
T A , ,i -,-, .I.imL- a,i.lt lifi,nrra .nnm hn
I did not think uch beings could bo
found in the form of men
Hits at Campbell.
It is well known that the recent Roman
Catholic head of the Post Office Departtn't
run it in debt teivral Millions of Dollars j
per year the South consuming more than
the North overpaid
under honest John
j,.L.9n tni otll(;r 0fficer the Department
But now he is out of office, tho tone ha. I
V. Iirown to tho important position of
LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY,
ters, he says : The redemption of the pub-'
; lie debt once effected, "the revenue tliemby j
.. : . . .
ii time of veacr, to river, canals-, roads,
arts, manufacture and education, and !
other nrcat obieets within each State"!
We have outgrown the wisdom of Jcfler- j would not suit its purpose. The position, inicresuug lauii-, j,ni-B lu.ugo uiu.c
am. Now, instead of devoting it to man- j also, as well as the quality, of the matcri- j striking than the industry of this insect,
ufactures, we take from them, rather un- j al, id taken into consideration ; for the j Consider her labor boring out a tunnel
wisely sometimes, by reduciug revenues iu j bee will not select a placo Thcre the sua ! fifteen or twenty times her own sixe, de
r.r.t.ir tn ,lt.ii- th- tr..:li..rv 1 1 itnri.-:il mr..lr filiinen i scendine and thsn ascending to carry off
retninixcences are useful it. letting the pre- i
sent generation know how the past thought. !
Many of our politicians who undertake to !
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It is better for us to become a little ego- I
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ttati nnri rrnf.intrii itmc wa rftrn irrnwn
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Kirhvcry day reveals new victims ot
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it . i r t- . -. v i .1
Hotel, aahicgtoa eily. Besides those,
a!rd mentioned wo have to add to the
list of sufferers, Senator John P. Hale-and i
daughter, Messr. Grow of l'a., au
Jir n '
of Ms.,with other Jlembcraot tongn
John O. Montgomery, Esq, of Danville;
Jluj. Pcwart and one or two others of
. n,ward Malcoro
of -Newport, K.I. (who merely stopped ou
hi wedding tour, for a day or two.) A
Now York city lady died from an attack,
Xhe symptoms are thoso of some active
, nt eatjng the bowels, and seem slow to
Washinctok, March 19.
Tbe Board of Ue!ihh ho topk V0"
i me auonai nou
investigate the causes o
ncss there, repudiate
arri,e at tua C0Dclusi
iiongj by the poisonous
, . . . . ,,!
'V "nJ 8luks about the 1
S-Tho New Castle Gaztttt and Pitts-
.TkriVw Senator from
Allegheny, tbe chief credit of so far har-
monitini: the Opposition elements to the !
Administration as to unite the most nou-1
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, . .;!,. on of them n a Union
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gtatc Conrention. The Dr. was formerly !
, raj;cal Democratic Anti-Slavery man, j
reflection have satisnea him inn ciavcry
. . . ...
, , ,
lor of love," to eradicate an evil so natur-;
aU, fostered by all the bad propensity, of
the human ucart. jonn esiey iruiy a.u, ,
i.aT.nAr la Vn an .I .ill Vl11uiniP '
" U(HTI J Ba VI W.S ...-.aa. .
R "iIoABDEir-Accordine to tho
there i(j thig
-i.-.,. 550r.fi 1 11 OI n.d. of whica
. -i . v...t..
utile more than a uitn is in u.e uaun. ;
... 000,000,000 to he ;
found ei9ewhero. The Treasury hoards
very commonly from twenty to twenty-five !
. . .. .. r.
millions leavina crobablv S175.000.000
. . , . ,. . :
to be souirht amoug the people. Allowing
t liberal estlma.-e-to be in !
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actaal use, there remain. 8120,000,000 !
which i. hoarded by the people. Much of j
this thu. out of use lose, part of its value, j
and would increase the wealth of it. pos-!
sessor, and do more good, if kept stirring, j
Tbe printer, keep none on hand
Slavery and the Natural Order j
of Things. Some of the Southern jour-.
nal. begin to gee that slavery must give ;
way befor. what they call the "natural j
order of things." Even Charleston pa-
pers, which so recently regarded slavery
as the tatural condition of the negro, and
wished the slave-trade re-opened, now j
thiDK mat -wnerever me wu.ic i..ii v.
labor throughout the year on this eontin.nt
he will ultimately, a. thing, are going,
.... .. a m - a r
dislodge tbe Airican, ana iorce u.m i
tiling adopted in that e.mmnnity. It has
been found that money expended for ad
vertising i. cash well laid out.
A New Bank iBScivTho low prohi
biting the bank, of the District of Colum
bia from iasning .mall notes was violated
last week in a peculiar way. A Washing
ton correspondent of tbe Herald s.y. :
The Bank, of tha District were increas
ed on Sunday last, under tbe auspices of
Mrs. Speaker Bank., who ushered on. into
existenee, issuing '.mall note' in ob.di
enc. to a higher law."
Ever, basines. will stand driving, and
tha best wa, to drive it is to advertise in
the Ch'eniole. Try it
.i .Miitnni. fibiiia nf lahnr turtner . i i - r.iio- v...... " ; , , i e 1:1 i. i . . i r .e i. i :.. rv :t r.rmerii bt uwara er toe a iv.niae ok
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tree, to eommonoe its habitation, carciai.j
shunning, with a wonderful instinct, the
t-rsen wood, which, from its toughness,
As soon as a piece of dry, rotten wood
is found, our carpenter begins to bore ia
au oblique direction, and having gone a
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ehanges the direction of the oavity, and it
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.(... .e i - mi.: . .1...., .
ig nnw piittinurn nn nil axis, nerueuuiuu-
I ,.in,l f. -....Ira r, .nmeiimn even f .r
. .. ,
What a lesson is here given of perse-
veranco, to those who aro continually dis-!
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po"eJ t0 nanS their tmPloJ'mcllt f"cn
ulcs . cur uys mtciuwi, tuc ucc ujj w
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SCVU tL' I ll 11 IU BUI'S UU ' "Oll-J uu--.a- i
: .t ...A.... i.:..i. v.. ' T.. !
ted from tho patient labor. The ovity is
from twelve to fifteen inches in length, !
and frtHiucntiy large enough to admit a j
man's Stiver j
After the tube is finished, it is divided i
intoabouta dozen compartments, ctteh of :
which is to receive an egg. The bottom j
of the tube forms the foundation of the I
first room. Havine the bouse completed
the beo collects the materials of which to
partitions is about tho thickness of a fifty- j
The bee follows a very systematic plan,
a. .-'J. . - 1
ing the bouse, and in arranging the cells.
Sbo begins by fastening the particles of :
. ,i., -u . t:nj f luc around the i
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, jj--- .
rity, until aa annular pro- j
, Inside the ring.be glue. ;
work, from the circunifer-:
... a I
waji4 0f tfa caTj,
. r .1-
leciion ia uiaua.
t,la wnrk. frnm the L.;reumfcr-:
ance ,0 ,be ceDtM UQ,;lj at lslt) a pcrfect
he centre until, at last, a perfect
of conceatrical oirclc. of sawdust
auoiuer ueap u ti.c-uieau, .Uu a
cgg ig dcpogite(1 whioh she covers with a :
gimihr roof of gIue snd .awjuet. A sec- j
ond eeU bgjng finished, her labors ore con-.
i . .1 t 1 ClkJ I . 1
"ro emeu wim 1, -v
r.A ,r-hf, tl.'i. little creature not onlv :
how to construct it. cell, so as to aceom- j
modat. it. young, but to know tbe exact
quantity of food the grub will e0DSume i
e ik.MAm.nf nt a itinn i il flrnvp l
from the moment of its life until it nrrives j
wn.tt.ritw and it dpnntiiU rreniBt?Iv that
' uiaiumj , "r"'" I v
which it will want from the period ;
of its tendsrest .t.te utitmnc ..me sua.,
come out as perfect a. it. parent
Tb. honey bee, it will be recollected, .
furnished with a kind of basket to carry
homo tho pollen collected ia the fields.
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The carpenter-bee, destitute of this conve.
nience. makes use of a different apparatus
tQ cMry food t0 its nMt gays , distin.
gniibod numraiigt, Renmcr : " I observed
geTirai of tlie.e little insect, walking in
th fomt of wbieh .urround the
fl(Jw.r of he Bj their bulk and
weight they up.et and pressed down all
tt(j litB fimgn,, whioh crosted their
path Daring their progress their
,egg became covered with pollen,
, tdbers(j to the downy bajr. upf)n
fac After they had thus gone over
geverai flowers, tho last pair or legs ap
when tho carpenter wa excavating tho
tube. When .hoveled out, it fell upon
the around, and formed a littlo heap. Now,
when material, aro wanted to floor or roof ,
tha .partments, tho beo issue, forth and
alights upon thi. heap of .awdu.t, .elects
a grain, and flie. awa, to tho interior of
the cavit,, and so continue, to do, until
the work is finished.
From the order in which tho eggs are
laid, it follow, that Ihe grnb. hatohed
will b. of different age.; eonsequc-ntl,,
tbe lowest is read, to eome out first. But
how is this to bo accomplished ? Shall it
wait until all thosa above bava escaped
ft em therr lle Nare proves for this
i -i hfrip wind rattlpd thrnntrh thn hnnolia c.f .
i .i :. M i iiiiiku ana into uu iu ium iuuiu i nauwii c a , . , , ...
. ,u ..... eny, o ( I the only two naked trees near the house, ! 1 not L9'P u,,"rin3 " i'", !
f the appaling sick- i - "... ! and fled with a shiverine sound into the . -kail be livi again V Were the world
flA vf t hew, m anil CIIOU IUIS, UUU eillC IB laiU , W1U li.ci fcuo , m ' . T t 1 ' . t I
the rat theory, and ' - , . . , : nurrnw ilonrw.v a, if .eckini' for vnrmlh nilno I would give It to be r.a-i.rel on
n tb-it it w.s oe. obo e mass a roof is formed which serves narrow doorway, as it seeKing tor warmth fc
n lUUv 11 Was OCa- .. .1 . li - c -.1 1 thia nne r..nf.t nn in a7iit;-a li, .-r lfi n:V
,:,. ..nncntod i a a covcnnc 10 me ursi uivisiou, auu, u - o 1
miasma goneratea fa c mi,. .......l.a.l .ft -i.:ii .1,. : life before, has faheu a shadow of any
1 . 1 - ; ai me Diaziu? lire w.iuin. now anil inn : 1 1 1 j
tinned UBiu lue wnoie caviiv is uueu vj , , -.1, . ; .;; into the Lnited Mates. Irom the entire ' uouiiainK iau, s.wiuir iw
- UU V a lacv Wliu an cii'icdoiuu w vT.M.ut i - ' ,., ,r. . .
1 1 I . , I- . . . I"..-- :i l,r. r. , l Vi . ... . f . . . 1 . 1 - - nnl.j. Id a nra
; C3U3, one auovc auoiuei. j ia,ifaction theugh he made him come to ves voasi oi .virioa, iu iwo,w. .-.in.,.,- - " ... - r..-
I Wonderful as it may .cem to us who , u td mj the ZMt with wLicb 000 lb.., which is over H.'Jl'U.Ut'O gal!.,us. dispes.tion to exe.ss of milk r milk fever.
MARCIT 27, 1857.
! cell, and through thin opening the young
I :. WUi, Va fnn.l in
: uu uuu i j t.i..u.
, hag been provided by its mother.
Natoral history, abounding as it docs in
; the sawdust, and then after having cleaned
j out the tube thoroughly, returning to Ibis
j heap of sawdust, and collecting, grain by
' imiin. a suflioient auantitv to cartition off
the numhtr ot nurseries wnicn me young
' !,.. tnan htntiri
With what lnanat.B more Biiitttbln pan
' wc dote the acaount of tho habits ot this
i insect so small in siie, yet endowed with
g.Jl:h wonderful instincts than that of
David, " O Lord God, how manifold are
. ' ... , ,
thy works ; in wisdom hast thou made
The Little Outcast.
" May I stay with yon, ma'am ? I'll
anj tnmg yon want cut your wood, gi
fljr W!itelr. Jo -11 Jut trrands."
Ti)e cJe3 of tI,e speaker were filled with
tears. He was a lad who stood at the outer
doori pleading with a kindly looking wo-
"'an, wno sun seomeu io uouoi ine sinoer-j
i7 of his promises.
The cottage stood by itself, on what is '
commonly called a black moor. The time i
was ho lMn P of September, and a
cnecK 01 " i'ener, or else whitened the
angry redness of the poor boy's benumbed
k-- " Uotlv lothto .
("ant the 1 bov . request ---
.... . . . . . '
hears could not roaial me sorrowiui eapres-.
sion which marked his countenance.
" Come in' at Dy ratc' 8wd she "un
. n, . .
J S home. There s,t !
old- And ehe a rude ct"r ,
un fa (hn BTattm naf Anrnar' than cticrtisttmia-
up to the warmest corner; then, sufpiciou.-
, -r - ---- i-
j '? the child from th. corner of
her eyes, she continued setting tbe table
Presently camo the tramp of heavy
shoes. The door wa. swung open with a 1
quick jerk, ond tho good man present '
' ' wJ
intelli ' c0 wa3 cxc
th labor. A look of
ligecco was exenangea between uus-1
. , - , -, , , t .eanned tha '
, ...cali-harl h a annni-r.
, "r . , . .... . !
j.y alter day passed, yet ine poy
tQ u mj m to.monow ... ;
g aw due COBsiJeriition
conciuded ,bat so long as he was docile
. .. . .. .
. , h tiI .j... ould .:. '
one day ;n tbe middle of winter, a red-1
lar, long accustomed to trade at the cottage,
made his ap'pearaneo and disposed of hi.
ware, readily, as if he had been waited for.
" Yon have a little boy out there split
ting wood, I see," he remarked, at the same
time pointing towards the yard.
" Yes; do you know him?"
" I have seen him before," .aid the ped
" Where ? who i. he, and what do you
know of him ?"
" lie's a jail bird," .aid the pedlar,
.winging his pack over hi. shoulder, j
Oh ! there wa. .omething horrible in
tbe word "jail I" The poor woman trem-1
"Tell me," snid the woman, who stood
far enough off for flight, if she thought it
neoe.sary, "how came you, .0 young, to be
sent to jail, that dreadful place 1 Where
was your mother 1"'
"Oh !" exclaimed the bo, with a burst
of grief that was terrible to behold "I've
had no mother ever sine. I was a bab, !
If I'd onl, had a mother," be eontinued,
tha tears streaming from bis eyes, "1
wouldn't have beep bound out, and kicked
and cuffed, and laid on to with whip., and
I wouldn't havo had to ran awa, and be
forced to steal 'cause I was hungry ! Oh 1
I haven't had a mother sineo I ean r.eol
"That boy, young as he looks, I saw in best, and they, CiU we but Know t.iero.are ' l,.;
hind 0oUrt myself, and heard him sentenced to j always at band. A few oyster shells j ut i " ., . .,
... ' i ' Reiiair old eie s and see that the clowina
whieh ten months imprisonment. Ue . a bard i upon and in:o your eoai soves, wi.no mc . . . , 7
their I on,, flnd require, to be well watched." j fire . hot, will cause the clinkers to di,ar-: 8"f '
At wl.5') I'nt
The strength wag ail gone from h poor
boy, and b sunk on bis knees, s-hbing
great cboaking 'd , and rubbing the hot
tears away with the sleeve of hi jk-'.
And did that womun stand th-re lii.u.o
ved ? Did che old'y bid Litn pick t,i
and begone? No, no! She bud been
inather : and thonh ail her children skM
his bead to tell him to look np,and hrtieo -
forth find in her a mcther. Ves,she tbrw and tl...t i-ci jus munt be S;.eiired soon or it
her arms around the uk of that poor, f. r- ' will be too
suken, mothcrieus child, and poured from : r-ei its tu .y be cut at any tiino Ix-tweeo
her motherly heart womanly words nf the fj, of tbr kaf in autumn and the star
eounsel, tenderness and love. I irg -f the sap in epring. If cut ia lb
Oh, how sweet was her sleep that night ! f "., lUy must be buried in dry, sandy
j She had linked a poor suff.nt.g heart to
j hers by the strongest bond. f lov bad
plucked some thora from the path of ae
! erring but striv-Ci,' tucrta! .
Did the boy leave her ? No '. he is
' with her still a vigor?, manly, rruuii-
' iae tOUDC maa. The Olifavor.ble cast ef
, counienance wnicn crime ua.i ier, uas
; given pwee to an op:a anj pn-aMo- ex-
pression, with depth of thought tufiiciuM
to make it an iuUrcsticg stu:y. His t -
ter father is dead. His f.ster uichcr is
now aged and feeble, but she knows no'
waut. The once poor oufca.t is hersole
dependence, and muii liully eljea It r- '
pay the frost. j
. ' "
A oisteis Lcve,
& 1..,, n.i.n .u .In i l.-i u F r.tl . Pit- '
death, nritei us in a vein ot toue..:i
! bess, to which many hearts will r. cp .hd : ;
! "I can not tell you how d. ' j 'y I a:u '
. I f'i r via. ... I T-r,it rnw ,.. ant
af'"r J ? 1 t'1 "J 8" f t ..... re .t-
'"a ivia.u, .i.,. u,..u.,.,..
unure cai.ing ou una iur soinc assur.iijces
that he still if, and not lost for ever ; but
l ) . "
Ah I mourning sister, that skeptical !
Queitioa wbicUn jw tortures you, m, J has
aueacieu o 1-1. i.v v.
........ . , ... 1
ler of tbe Liberia IltmU contains Xhe firft 1
uci VI IUC J11u1.11
u ajJref3ed tba
of ,Le SeDat,
of Frcsideat L...nn. It
'the Honorable Gct.tb men
. of the Seaat. and Hoa.-e of llepre.jnta-'
tive. auJ ig iaterestirg, illu-tra-
of e t
. , . . ...
;weaIth - As a State p it wi.i compare
favorably with thoeo of American Govtr
ors. The increasing value of LiUrian
-" suitably noticed
, Palm eil
'J he ex;ej
ii,... u.r.1 ..i..i( jih) fii'in ;
lue esiimatcti amouni unporteia
h. . ,1.,1., l.iiiU.,.1.
- - -I - -
ily brought under successful cultivation,
and the production of sugar, coffee, cotton,
rltn oil. camwood, and other valuable ,
. ? . ill - .
articles, would be immense. :
At the election in Chicago, Ust week, a
Mnndv riot took laea between the Irish
; i uu. liiuciia ica-s luiuicusu rt-.-oiarctf, i j i -
bad whiskey, attacked the latter. The . "Da r"" s ") uu Jlt i '
fighting lasted for several hours. Several i Fowls. Provide with lime or powder
person, were dangerously wouuded a 1 ojr .shells, and animal food. See
number .lightly, snd one man killed. A T1' c?? of SujJ nMf re '"J- Arti
Norwcgian with his wife passing along a I nrnl e?C ars Tcr conveaient whea to.
street in a wagon, was attacked. His wife ' vers frosts occur. These of porcelain or
interfered to assl.-.t him, and was struck in i white glass are cow sold quite low.
the head, from the effects of which she j Potatoes Select for .red, aad sort
Jicd. j ever these f r family use keeping them
CLlNriTwKr-Xn change j " possible from warmth, air a.l
paper says, tbe simplest remedies are tha
! r"r. Kepeat the rcuisdy, if once is not
1-rot. aonroe emulates mat mora aro
30,000 colored people in Ohio, and that
they own lfl.000,000 worth of property,
,. , , V ... fifli
on wnicn tney pay .nnuauy o.-,vUv
Tb. nana Minnesota, first applied to
the Minn.sota Kiver, ha it. origin ia two
Dakotah words, -MiaiK." water, and
"Sota" whitish like the soil.
A Capital Iifa. A very shrewd spc-
eulator has elabor.ted a plan for making
money, which he call, a "C.wh.. idr,"
' . . , .
pTOOl .'Sa Piv.i. .'w i"iw - n
IX lSn....,7II0LE NO, C7C.
Ykvr, ai.tws i.' Advantk.
TJ.c l-iirflen The Or t hurt.
Fr f-r-nns are airoa.Jj -o wt" iiipf,Uei
with the roi'Ij ene i!et;t new viriti-s of
rh- rr., pium, aj r!. s and i.u, that it
. , i .. . . . . . , ,
. will L-.-I i'C Iur rueir luwri w au Kuuie.
' the eeason for engrafting is nigh at Land,
Foil ca tl.j inirih side of lbs feLcc, and is
u.'.r.iil if earth drawn up over them to
throw ...T the warer, or piaeed in a cellar.
Ii e.;t in v. inter tliey may bo baried ia
soow hji k, v here they will not be likely
to be tLrinn rut till sprio ; then they
must be t i'-i-u i..to the cellar. Or they
way -u. i ,--u3 ... .
ee.iar u-.u ..j -ru .uu ,,u.
J lie bc!tmofie of presirvmt; ?ciooj may to
i stated in a f -w worJs. ihe v'jtrt is tJ
ksep tue LuJs d -rmsnt, aad to aeeomplish
thi, we rnnst keep tb scions cool and
moit,but not wet. If taken in the cellar,
they aLvu'.d be liid in a cool corner, and
cot.rcJ i:)i dump sacking, whi'.h shoulJ
Le s; rliii'.e i as it beeomes dry. They may
j . i
(.. ! i.e kept m mo?!, saw-dust or saaJ.
:e.l : i-j. . ut m.i.t I .a tL-n -hat it
Lot very dry,. it will absorb too mueti
mri-turii !r :n the gmfts. If very moift.
r. v.i.i o-, qu-.-y u straeuve, ana m ues.,
L. ,:,t,J9 i0cw6(h)J j, uilvg
. ... . ... ...
Jan,r f (k (,r IJJ0,4, 51w.dQ.
Bei-.n? rr.y -asily be transported by x-
pre, fr .mi uuc par of the country to ano
ther, ly pa:ki:.e them in daaap mos. At
tbe present low rates of postage, they can
also be nt by D.ai!, if tlo-y are first wrap
ped iu oiled .'i:k. WLea they are to trav
el a great dls'at.ce, it is well to dip the
cut en,.: in me.t.d .-raling wax, wrp eaea
graft in oiled silk, tie them all alrogther
with thread, irronnd the whole with a
WlVl-':' " '
1, t. tiac iiw mcAavs i-v prapareu, 17
be sent from the extreme North to tho ex-
trtme boutb. and tboov-li a month on tho
. . . , . - 4 .
' r " "
by any aeciuenr, se:on. Decome ury, put
them in c.e:::D0ti garden soil, a. .eon a.
received ; in t. u d:iys they will becone s
plump as ever.
We will a.il, that they should always
be cut from heal 'by and vigorous tree.,th
wood being cf the preceding year's growth,
Crm and wall ripened. Amerioxn Ajri
lu'iuritt. Ssasoaabb Hints.
Treat these "comin in" with
nbnut calvin with r.'.entv of stalle room
j Cattle. These should have special
! tare at tue r rjecnl s. asoa. A little ae-
gleet now, will often produee dohiilly
.' " I. ...... . . .
which a wholu summer may not recover.
c... . 17 . - i
" ""f " " v"
. coll-'".- post., raib and stake, for futuro
Have a good pile cf each finished
i i : r . L i
Plowing vim Tukkk Houses Few
1 - . t I... i. 1 ii n nr .r v. ii-.MMr. Daiirr l - ..
, - 1 1 ........
, ?uffi,ietly to thn
j M oue. Ia bar-
. . ...,,-r Bmonn of
! rowiuz, aiso, a 111'JiH Tmitr omouui 01
. ,rt ,n, ..,,., ,,, ith two horses.
Tha three horse te.n. gives a power of
aiaa.i;..... nf uiovcueht Irulv surprising ti
j h RaVi,r trkd SBtfh , Wtax
! of k.ng v.n.gar ,. t , mix
j warm ram wati; J, ,wa .u.rtscf Orleans
uiolassee, aud four quarts ot yens. In a
Ton evr saw