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16 1b ig a- Advertise
P 1W et anbo>Mee
EN x&IM PERANCE.
''to a Gentoman h
-i'a floe tmatiiineCam
e0ifda Ginab4, iud pri.
11a raore good habeen done there then
u-Temperance meeting:: e er . yet
8th i.Plauo. So elated .are the
3ro s(thmtliha'verecived two letters
$yb diiiit iaiil, both of them 'so Cull of
lUV acess 'that they are ongerto.
4et mer eaLr..ofit
"f.y1 R 0ininl mmbors when, I
dief, oier-one, hundred elected, ancl not
qe fi*0violation or the pledge In their Di.
sioVThey have received more than a
Iwpropositions sinco 1e101 ninam
i.p;vwd leads the Dim rict, with
iofln n,.nobl) I generous.
idpdipged, but are now within
O of the Brothers saye,-Go
J i1*sk1hen the present move will
tko in avery shrt time,
cotiMnnity. will :be, within,
ji Ruin Sellcr's will ho.
e oftho,prdsent ypr.
i n li o. 5,s 41.v initiatejn !
I ru10toA 12 of a miight4 I sthite ihi
,,,will more than telle the Divisions
Whfna iof mrndmherd it, the Stute;
fnfGdrgia and A Inbrna, thev ira
C~ti zy'on the subgeect. Georgia
x anger.ol '.Diisions, nadi 'Alabama
226 QtIyiiions, o .h .snt i with our
* rnDivsion is taking a new start
IMnd le t 'some Avery night, and will
lnot rehe initiiiting in good eurnest. I
ho o~-a ofpu(ti6l meetings by Wash.
niii h~~ij ln, No 7. .and that 'a new
-tps. be , given 'to''ithe Ordr in
fieldK +Yours, in L. P. & F..
Wterte, No , it Camden, are ma.
Skft.air8ihgements to build a hall, worth
SSpn f'ortemperance in Edgeield. see
p *ha d ,ri6g in other pirts of cnr State,
SMedtrperiiinmptze you and fire you witi
rresh genin our good cnuse, [jet iJ' see.
Iyot, one-and all, tback in nut' Division
. Rooni..Let us be 'as a hand of Brothers
is'ltan Indissolub~le leag~ue to 'wage
irvagn~inet intemperance. Lit
"wetl uford he ever, 'ji, and onwardl,
. otan hiih'otgmundl be yielded. He'
pM4rm, ho corliistent. Prefer not the 1as.
semablies of' riotous.. meni, to the orderly
metgaof y.Otr brethren, nor tedsi
a .p~tion 9f;ile~ billiards:sctlroons, to the; Hull
Wlieto stands your.nltar, anid .iats your
bdhatnr wittitinsoriptionsof Purity, Fido.
IlwtsttdUnve.'Rally once more under your
aioihd aind forfet not your -pledge. of'
Fideiii t0 otr cut'uelby giving onuneen
an~e tt enneiis. Leti not the' few who
have l (11~ hle lzt utid burden of' the
day fo'. fr geitsof help, laut resume
you~r armar and :yrtur couraee,,and. come
up to the hlpigor' your brethren against
ate 'Ighty. lt'lnethe cause of' benevo.
leno of hthtnaniiv, of' truth and under the
4?I~A?~g~~ ollfrvidenace ldetinedl fi.
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TI FMD~~A RM dF NE AV JERf.
s I'~hedfolowing .letter from Prof'essor
~ M~b~,~ulliehsia1in the Newvark Daily
A' gr will'beroeIl hy agrioultutrists
wi e nehl Thu"s fa rm of 'Mr.
M~e r e as thi 'iodl' f'urm of
4 Reg rey.'I he qeans tised to. im.'
prqoe.ii hqipretthus dosoribed:
ali ii~tntld-tV that myssucces .may ho
tT m atti ted o the use of the subell
a n systiem of munuring.
erh lanjI.)~ clai y limi,. underlaid
'by clay teui 'i ne thick, on a aulMtthrm,
nJhttpe, an ad, until the
sv~Wth o .hgb by thiq lttsog plow
* .i~~t~a ipo woLto be produotivo,
--tsi ~l.ayinotsbe qninteresting to your cor
+'0'o *ifnt-te know the different methods
rnereI egc en d&
landsvithibaiant ta bv
thuregre) lln1re n
Mtprfty.bl et ? %In~whaen
thein'f oa iin
mu de ga
Cover int iight wiP b lnl
andeho liqui .manure Jv9Wed-by. the cn
tiei absorbed bthe.ii;. u dd rapil
skeeoVmpques It. Tkid ~ aion lui
I~dbt g i oo x. .lio
manure i epti~~dIne
twenty timeos its bulk of muck.e 44 place
under cover. Thb muck -eontaining< th
fluid portimaofr the mantiit ,,reniovei
'very fner days,'anid'isalso plde'd tnde
cover; afth t.days thi't igitir 'heap 1
turned over atnd uited wltha.wetiolutioI
.of'nitraate ol sodd, nfor 9-1i6h y a permit
tilt'remain until eiafieOaelyOecompone1
All the weeds of -the farm are dail.
'hrown into ]he hog pen, ndth6 h'* air
indaced to root nmrongtheniof toobte
in which they.keep the1.41we8es ienntil~Iji
motion until decomposed 4hout oisce il
ten laya.the pen is erpmptviu, 1jihg.'7e
saating the weeds to preventthe.ppssiil
ty of their aghin germinatinga thev ati
mired with twenty 'timei thie b.ulk ac
inckind Mbir bWkkeld tophor fue
and lime mixur, t r e
wjiere the in rdi Ijif j.
the pla t I" ti
he amouint ofsnaqyrql amn eiabled ti
make by the above rnethods, untihe aasis
lau. of six oxen, ihree cows three horses
'Mid twenty-hogs, is about fifty half cord
The subsoil plow is no les' Importan
than a sutfliciency of manure, andwhliot,
ita assistane'no great'results can be -oh
The capacity ofsnil to perfbt vegrialke
is precioely in-propordion to tli quantity o
its particles presentedl to, the ection of th
atmosphere -fi oxidaintind, and not'nP c
thet inost initoidehable uses of mniraure i
to leave space bj' ii'deiay for the admiN
aion of the atmosphere.
To bring abiut these conditions leel
plowing is necessary, and to .avoid brirg
ing subsoil of a sterile quality to the Sur
face, while disintegrating to a great dlepth
the subsoil plow must be Osed.
1%y surfaoc plow mny be used tottirn-i
furrow of any .depth between fouir. ani
twenty inches, the depth of action heinj
regulated by the guide wheel. We al
ways use this plow at one inch gretate
depth than the thickness of surface soil
thus, tihe plowv is set finteen Inches. On!
inch of the subsoil is thus brought to thi
sur face at each plowving, ahd by the actio
of the snn and atmosphecre Is gradualla
coniveted into lonm..
Trhe anubioil plow Ibliowa in the hoaton
of the IhtrmW heft by the urfuce plow, ains
is usually set at not less thtan- enee
inches; this pluw is ao constructed us ti
throW up nothing bue Wnetely to disintapg
rate the. soil at tiai great de~pth, replacinj
it where taken from without mixigi
with surfasce soil. Trhe advarntamges be~y
ond ihme admission of atmuosphere, nre, this
in dry w'eather the roots can pass dowi
below the sun's miore imnmediuto actioi
and obtain moistumre, andi in wet weathe
th~e roots can pass down, throligh Ihe subl
soil out. If the l41nd is thus kept fre
from excess of moisture it can nevor be
come old or sour. After one thorougl
subsoil plowing the land can be workeo
for much less expense, and is reedy fo
use ttan earlier date in the spring.
My seeds being all planted b'y a dl
barrow, and the rows of i~lents(coisequeni
;ly equi.distant from eaachi other,I they coi
be cultivated aind weeded .by a b~olsciiutli
vutor, instead of uaing the slow and ex
pensive hand hoe.
Shaould your correspondent think prop
er to visit me. I aill be happy to ansawe
any other question heo may wish to prc
,)EMS 3. MA!1s."
"I E~new wzar.r.a96UG i,"v sind a fellp"
Awhiore (r9sh fish come frcta,'bdt~ h'erb the
catch these very *alt flah, I'll be hanged if
dad teli -'
TSRrr.AtuORproddie~ e iuea* sdpie
the bense. and brtifies thb mid
ina i 3 ats ~
a biaeu ta LnYs the
mnts of those agqutittei iVhRo, far to thu
a a rud
4thlthe Yifle d ie daggter. I
th ln 6Chalishe&e ond the ta
Soolh byaes hfnisauhtpai nd pla
lsf souath of thetwee o, the face of ti
, eountry and ~j"y tyjes Mannor of ihe
\pogle. 'iw:r,nw .aj a re laV ol
r sve nu ani toaivo ;awgy who6h
deO'd Ileg twsfuadcsay
or ie Rrtoriitioi, to' bnaictl6wa
*fgrelidiverkf fo'hlbupentiri cl
Ithei- 'ttrges-The -nmgistrates '-..o
auiihmrized'to raidmbqid or armgde. r
for the"defenua 6t., ry-itad order;.no
-proviain. wallnatr fiwrtneeing th.
pn of those levI by lnaeions
Iqhe perisahea iere required to kepp
hounds forthe urpose of h;uintirig
the free oriners. Mlany' old wien whc
were liing in tho euilildle. of tihe- eigh.
tie'nth century cov. ld'-ll rennmembr ila
tire whr e tahnse f iooinus loga werecbm.
inon. Yet., even With timdi auxillarie,. it
I was often found imnposille to trnck .tih
robbers to their retreats among the hills
*and morases. For the geography of thai
wi;d country was very imperfectly known.
r~~t lia 11ha
vin uOlr the n n of George the
1hird*,.the.patj over the fel from Brn
* rowdale to R1ftavetiglas wvasw still n secret
cordully kept'.i the dmialeman, some of
4fintio h41d prisimbly in thir'y6uth escn'pl.
ed froi the pursuit ofjistide by that rond.
.The seats of the gentrV and the larget
'farm huses:were fortified. Oxen were
penned at night brenth ile overhanging
battlemeamm of the residence, which was
known by the namp.4of the Peel. - The
inatem slept ith rynxat their sides.
.ugp.siqnes l. wat.10 . 'yero in
Piryt' I I'dk i r
t'ge M On Oiiikk,*ith tlAm i4 f
*hairiatera, attrhiekce r km and sirvingi
mon. rode on borunIack from Newenstle
to Carlisle, armed and escorted by 4
strelig amd 'Adonr the conamnand hi' the
rahenriff. It w'as necessatry to enrry pro.
visions; ihr the country was a wildernes
Mehich atuirded no supplies. Tie spot
t% here thnt cavalecde halted to dine. under
an immmense onk, is. not yet forgotten.
Tie- irregular vigor with whieh criminal
Sjuistice was asmlninistered, shocked observ.
r erii whose lifi had been piassed lin nor
tranquil districts. Juri-,. animated by
hatred and by a snme of common damnger,
convicted housr-hrenkees and cattle stenul.
era with the pronmtitudeI of a court-ma r.
til! in a mutiny; und the convicts were
hurried by scores to the gallows.. With.
in the menmary of sime who arc still liv.
ing, the sportsmman who wandered in. pur.
suit ofgamo to the sources of the Tyne
found the heaths round Koeldur Custle
peopled by a race scarcely less savage
than the Indiansof California, and heard
with surprise the half naked women
chnuunting a wild measure, while the men
with brandished dirks danced a -war
Turn we nckit to those .counties which
are now most remuarkahlo for their agri,
"It is to be remar ked, that wild. ani.
muals of lay'ge ui.e we're then fir more n-.
merous tihan at present. VTho last wil
boars, indeed, which had been preserved
te royal diversion, and lad bern al
thert ramvnge the cultivae landr with
tertusks, lbnd been slaughtered by the
exusperated raustics durinag the licensn bi
tihe civil - war. The - lust wolf thiat hatt
imhied ramr iinja haud been slain In Scot.
loulandma absart time in-fore the chose of the
reign of Chualea the Scecnad. But many
breed.. naow Ixtincet or rare, both, of quad.
rupeds amnd birds, were still omnmon.
Thle fox1 whose life is, in mnny. contrnies,
held albast as stored its tiat at o a liuman
being, waus conasiudered as a mere nauls.
anrce. Oliver St. Johan told the Long
Parliament that Strafford was to he' re.
r garded, not as a sing or a htare, to whonm
name law wats to be given, buat as a fox,
Iwho was to bo snaared by ay means, aml
knocked oni the head without pity. This
1illustration would be by no mteans a hap.
py one, if addresaed to country tcebilemen
of ouar timn bit in St. .aohn's dltyn there
Iwere not seldom great maene s of foxes
to wih the innsunt my throanged with all
were, set; nets were sprend; no quart
wats given; and toshonot a female with cut
was considered us a feat which merited
time gratitude of limo neighborhood.--The
red dheer were then as common in Glou.
cestershaire and Hampshire na they non
',ord among the Grampitan Hlilhla. On
r one ocoasiiom, Quetn Anne,'on her iy
I to Potsamouth, saw am herdh of no levss Iltat
five hundred. The wvild bull, with him
white macne, was still to be found wnan.
Bdoring In a few of the southern forests.
SThd biadher tmad. hi. darke and torttmu
Ad W6rt i-V
Yor a r
140. aj Wsd; t;Mft WO
a so1 1 a L ~ r
dth to ehisi oar~ d 11ga
zig~ ~ ~ AM . teia i r
in a te on
marJre canalwr, hoie
M0n1izm r e l"waas' bi
t rilmgo d 'lits* # 40
8 fto.inielt e
Withe a thi has bf
rig h- brI a 'p
nl Cou Vil; a h',fi b rtb
He wnt around e- prish ukri sdald14
and atlihstcamet a'lyer o hen h
had Iheamte int6the hnn'Igr tdedt
dertookbhie'iiiian ete" iff ecnt
bin,r ro ~ .
ai hoest ounge brothe; selow alii.o
cg uel i e t thett e aa'in ..
at eh ldA~~ inFSr4ef
Th"y uiiIga vaiy inis u
the pqirmuset liiwt to oiode!oun r
act. a t.' a h th'l t
that he.eit!Oed irnt" A the mier."
will ot'e mys adtII. le rdiinto
ewny nPito Ian a s' aen
id il doutall the erc in W pow
esse patiepili 0i sit
rn hAcordy ieth ct' oote
ct ha cied onaer et tha nlstiad
.his. erepe Xo o e. ht yian
an ngisa, itou giin 'm reaon
t. - z ! d
hy? elsi d ha te '4e~o hadi
d' tfam tiidu
th t it ro A a.
After a 'rmo t o
tio, h sad-m ', i 'ai"to hwie 'Jor
hored man i osi hiili ail a
the crts wd,tere ies tt eA i
th en lie ir,al ae on,hi, 6i eaA7."
ignoringlony e wheeras'aonjndA
sorj a sig. he oor fty, ha. d'o q fond th
ilthe par t e n.w whowas platiff. e odon
s rigp ame into the. ha l the ewtipto
Shon est fri ndll said h; "how in j o.u
c a u s e lik e , Ito go , R e p iie F th e ' P a in i
wisperiuse is in a vry. has arious - Tenim
aton ad t oose it.!i m'ru ne9d' fo life.O!
pWel ,hones riend," ree the h1.er."
will you take my ddvicet hailh lt you iito
a sec-ret, which perhap4"'you do not know;
cvery ashan by the right and privile
to except, against in juryman through 6he
whole welve; nodoyou isist'avr T .younger
provdero withouvgving a reatsn why,md
and I will do yo all the service in j m pdg
er." Accordily when the the clerk of the
curt hid called over the jurymen the poini
tifexcelted to one of thein by mne The
judg on thie ionoh Was highly offended
with this liberty. ."What do you mipean," aiid
he. by excepting ait thientemanr "
"our Morean haall e forus
"Iol meany lord, to aert my privilege a
n allWagredl, .ithyu idg th d
abery sur'ly maibe,s y"uwas the matrIthg
thatI ha reepte agavne yufoiage"
in hae sevlrasdm ons4iy '*idh' replieda
Acogythe millerwas'rhosutethaen givn As
soall the onmrk~ of the ury adgien brood
pltes atho, andihte gee efoy came
into te darigtme ays.iee goxe
Srioredgnr i~neha of the teses."jry
men thgase the miller btie He sose.
ethat iscoereabred uh as elasthim
Iwhe, "uHw emuch'-v has, you got' "en
pvics, sucd e.uno at soihte ug
alHe oed wat Ae had himsef Th
brthe as poiert d tnit reatn numbe .jifg
ita full tide in favopropteyune boh
4 1.-0.* .
Is. ',4 .s
L~~O~~I5l I5l s"nA . -' ,'
qrpvrh roestato~o ~o
Ife 0l~a mf o
ft , vjr PAu
~g~ddd~e '~''' ~4~Z ~ Aw-1
ou ,t. aw . v'
IV denotlyio~b ii~
veortd'i ilt' 6iot
a"n i s pttiW "m~1i~
or ~ ~ I AahrHw'a~ eso eh'~.
tol, "pqr==o'h~t1 ntiu
m f I. BA k W s i ~ i h t t i '~
i iuhu 'o.
'668 thil antgIt ie tE
t h ontb~vehf~~
get~~jr.Wo whn t ~~b
owst tlep a
jawho f ha d MAhijili 'fhi~d
blmero. if I 'ki 'Wg16% to jifga1
how n we gih ~