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Life is Sweet.
" Oh, life ie .weet !" eaid a marry child. And I love, 1 lot to roam In Ihe meadowe green, 'nealh tit sky serene Oh ! th. world is a fairy bom. Tlisrs .re tree, honj tliick with blossuuis fair, And flowers (ay snd bright; Thar.'s ths moon's elsar rsy. and Ilia sun lit day Ub, lb world is a world of light ! Oh, life is sweet V said a pliant youth, As ho conned the tloried page; And hs pondered oo the days by font, And the fame of a former age There was hope in bis bright aud beaming rye, And he longed for riper ytars ; lie clung to life he dared Ha strife lie fell do dread nor fears. Oh, life is sweet!" came merrily From the I. pi of a fair younj tinJc : And a happy smile she jave the while To the dear one by her side. ' Oh, life is sweet ! for w shall live Our eonetanry to prove ; Thy sorrows mine, my trials tlune, Our solace in our love." ' Oh, life ia sweet !" said a mother fond Aaehs gated on her helpleae child. And ehe closer pressed to her gladdened breast Her babe, who unconscious emiled. My life shall be for thee, my child, Pure, guiltlees, aa thou art ; And who shall dare my eoul lo tear From the tie that forme a part 1 ' . ' Oh, life- ie eweet !" ssid an aged sire, Whose eye waa sunt and dim i II i form was beiil his strenjlh was spent Could Ufa be sweet to hnn ' Ob, yes, fur round the old man's chair Hie children's children clung ; Ai d saeh dear face and warm embrace .Made life seem sver young. Thus lifs is sweet, from early youlh To weak enfeebled age ; Love twines with life, through ears and strife. Id every varied age. Though rough, porcliance. the plh we tread. And dark the eky above, In every state there s something jot To live for, and to love. " Fir.l rale business talents, I .bould sty 1" Lien, and tin expense increasing daily. wlnU I Well !" said be, eft.r pause. If you .. v.. 1 hi. income .amain, fixed et mi.mnum fete, da your bee', I would be unreasonable lo eek I k... .nm. ihm..hi of makinff him en 'cannot feel contented. If his ffctiin bl . fof more aa v evuiw nivwiie j offer lo o into bu.ioes.," aiid the gentleman, geoume, il will desire lor hi children Ingner The friend did ool respond to ibis a warm- f advantages than ere wnn.n ine compass o. .... ly as he bad expected, j Umiied .b.l.t.os. This was ll.a case with ' Have you V he merely said, in rather Carver. He cou'd not, iherefoia, help being C0U w.v diatuibed by anxiety and concern. Yes. What do you think of it 7" At length, an opportunity for commencing in his buvinsss .aKMCVI,TUit.lM But take my edr.ca end gel a partner with capital as soon as possible." The notes were drawn, end the frieod took them and went his way, leaving Carver even more troubled and d -pressed in mind, lie now sot himself more earneatly to woik to got cap p!n'in, and is generally u i loj l.it k f planiing. Il ire soil hie bee I well yt,.,, and in good tilth, tne Xvuiiivtlur, or In, row, may be used moil advt iiae0u!y , t! the a. cond plowing. As so i at iU ..j can be plowed, the first fuuow nuli , lhroti from it, at.d the scemd to v . From the Fanner 4. Planter. 0H.J .nam, tba sooner the bilter, to u,,, ., triitarlil OH fll Improper 1C ,Con way be laid by, w'.-n I ius afai:, j , ia -.:. .n Lilt rm varc .... nl of th, I'lov i th, Vult.cul.on . Id.an cere. , nun o .- S- - - , - w ' r " :. .... r 1 1 -I- li.av Ihu aa. 1 .rt -r - Wm mi i h i he 10 uowinc riiui Alter in pu-)n ui ---- - 7 ' . r . -i. ..r " A..,, .h.. he. wialios !o mcrea.e me i.urn rn.p in .,.,. " ' . ' ... 7. ...... , ... : fi..J.. . in.nl'"'"1 Ol eu.n . - - I ,,. ... ,, coin , ,, I o.. . , ... t. i I - ...ki KiiinnAai wiiirn iiniiiie'ti tut il. d ! n mnnt ir. iih iui:cbcu: i - , i . i,A. . ....nv ounn mrn rii wu Well, I don I Know, iuimicu hi ... - ;- - , , P vami .... r- . t i t Btl4UtiSl have iuuduJ Iron, (I, cvnivi manner. a rr a . r i i . i .j.i.kaiin invfti . nil il ' a . . a i.a rnrn rrrin. UUl ; amount ol capital .nereo. A i-ici.u aun..u ; who liautrn ui.ua..u - Uo, mat no i-.j'iry . wt lke ln,rin.. f, ,,ril)lfe, ' Yts." I. iniluatii.iiit and attentive?" Yes ves None more so." i Carver whs nut of a temperament lo be un J. His name aa3V illiams. I duiv rUted bv the fact thut he was in b.Ji- views allowed Ciirfr, ' .1IIU JIUUt.l Ml" FWw, f" . J j " He certainly is. little money go as far aa he can." . . : ..InHiiin ia si ears, un the coni'a'v. an nicic.Tf v" ..- , ., ... . . :a- . t , . ... ... i. ...... ftf ilia eta Iks MOW tnreo to r..., . . . . c n, ll.St rT lt i II IIV t UlllllL' I IU ei'w.ae . so far as may le d-.ne by the plo at any , uurid and well cultivated ; ami c d . . a 1.1 .at .1...... ut,.'laa I lit. I FiaVa hint H Pfl fif r.v - ... --r: .la IV tiB.a fiPniient v hau !UJ r ..aye oi us growio. - -"".t - in ., pf(Jua-)(ll,j , p,o u.c bit one-,, arpuments with farmers on this sobj c, " '"', ,.,fuv . l . a& .. I.e. fctawl In He he. business laUn's.a. I rcmaikfd V the few hundred dollar, nrce.aary in order to, mho nateneo w.in in.er... . ... - ! nuke a beginning ; and Jaine. Carver stalled propone. This mm had out recenny ...."u 1 in the world again fj hi.naelf. in the city, snd was not very largely ecquaiot. A tew inier- thai be waa ahrewd, I ' . . - if 1.. ll.ea ana n in .houtd tli'.nk from what 1 have .en, I" .nrss. He did nut .eo a goldcu harvest spread .calculuiinz ana .ar ..,.g-j.... - .n roud make a all around, wailing but for him lo thiust in , conneimii with wiioci lie couiu mm. thesick'e. He knew lhat he must till, with ; certain, w illume entereo inu-u.n.., . . ....... .i .1 I....I i.i.. .1.. r... t.f Ur....ni4 now as- .11 ihn d-tai e ol III. liUinciS ana eo" so is orce U. to now aeinsi ujr Aodjel.il.ep.a.n. aaio .... g- ; ,...u ,auo. - .. ,.:....;,. .,.,1 ,. ,Kir. ..f .wla. If we da not plow, the n.o; i . i . . l. . i ..iiii.i l .inrt . mn.i in.iiiiciifrii. , a .' .. . w -. - I1CU IU llllll, BUM, MW -.- . ..v.-, - -.- . attiibulrd lo the actual brei.king of the roots; ihn hem fkial i fleets of the plow in breaking and pulverizing the so,l, which from its clnee and impetviou. texture could not bo penotra-, ipH t,w tlia small roota of the plant. Such ill. I ' is JOHN II 'II ! kl CAROLINA INN, . a . I . I" 1. 1.. f .Ul I " lull YOU 0011 I III1I1H, iHTUiauijr Wl ril-W i -..-i I i r.iulJ nut bo lkr. Uul lie honed by ntlient capacity -Not ver favorably, I oan" industry end economy lo increase thi. product , l0 work lo eali.fy himself about the man who Why 1 l there anything wrong about'every jear, and, in Hie end af-er lite lapse' had propo. d to him a co partnership. ' ! . .. . i.,.,n ,,r .. h i... .1 .nilini. nf Mr. Carver i him r ",,,ny J -se nio a , . .... ... uIinaey . The f.iend hcait.led to answer. o.soaod competence. Kr Hue he .s will- 0kcd Mr. Williams of the li.st pei.ou fon(j f.an-, j, than the original oi.e could have Because, if there ie." ea.d the g-mteinan, mg lo toil early and late, and lo stUcr mat y whom he add esseo inriuiriee. i I. In mhjl icanccl I en ini.ereu. I . . : .. ,.f r.i.td Pnn. 8,.i-fied with that, he oei.when -P , r ' To ' ' e rririi ty luc u . .uii.i. .. i ! . ..t..u..,l. .sti. II we do plow, we tnereuy cuu... ... tciuie of :lie sml so as lo allow tbo ioo:s thai t ahuol out from the old aturopa. t" penetiate it f evBJ D ies his character e:atid fair 1" " Ye ; ery fmr." " He seem like a man of business." ,lnr,p. in its bin k-like atate. j Tbia will be the rase generally in euch land , provided the reasons cootinue rooJ ; oot, how. 1 I ever, because "be ino'i were cut, but in con-; ! miiitnct of vhving and loosening the soil ; ibut sliou'd a dioujjht 'nfu lu'. Puo'' bV "I would like to know i. And, under the privations, circumstauces, I think it ia your duty lo loll But nature, end social habi's and cuiloms, mr make certain demands wheh ti.ust be sip- ti. rr;n,l .innil ihnnifhifol. for some mo- olied. and. in eumihinB these to hie lare mente and ihen bending to .he car of hiecom- family, Mr. Ca.ver fuund the draft on hi And he is all he seem.. II . doee not get j cor. T1 fdf0ier. have had occu'erj pa,n.u,eredoneor,.o.o,d1,u. low ,o,,..m.. prof,, so great, that, instead o' real.) on very wall; but , ia. mait.ly f,. a , it poisible !'' waa the eicUmatioo. i advancinj, ho rather made lee way. CVu d 0f capital. ' ..f co,0 jD tl.ii way ao i.e year mce, the com "Tooliue!" said the fneml, .hak.n h.s he have teduced bis espen.e. a few hundred ( So he informs m." j ,,o,n; fully in ...sal ...d silk at .he l.me tt ... I , I dollar per annuo, then the cbsnrei wcuu "All! ou cotiveiKii n i reived the tati'd pawing, iniwiwu..: head. , r . ....... .... .i.. i nr it. pii,kK a were a- W hat : have been .o b.a la.or, f,r the tr.n.l.r ol the .ubjecl : ., , . ! " "KZl Z . T " L nf .,r... ha. oold hive enabled bin to Ye. The fed .. I have some lanugo, oou, . p- . - . . ,. " Oh, dat ! ill il will never au t me a piU !" " I ideed il n." " Thi, then, i what keep him dowu f" I hv no doubt of it." "It:iurkme lhat tl.cie mini be eome i.aving itv.oc.p.i.r, would luveenau:nU...m " in . no ..v. ... . - - . . pIw,ne. and aiitimg to increase hi bu.inesi. and d.ne(,ucntly hi p'O ; f formioj a c i-partners up wiih mm. cxlermweie i', we resolved on nuking the wa- ; fi't. But, a it was, at the end of the firi' Hive you indeed 1" j,lin, which Ut to that li.ne had been good !,, he fouoJ himself a little worse rff U.an There was a want of hoarlines. in the ( Ve w.nt lo -oik and did ester.n.oate th ! - . ' ... k,... Th. loaned bv h.a ,ne f voice wh which ll. ... made, that j grass moil eiTeOually. and eery nearly .he l wiav.ii v rt 1 f hi. ahiti.v and' f.icud wa. st.ll lo.ked up in hi bu.in.as, sad Mr. W.lliama could not help ob.erv.ng. A J . L a . . I t m totn Crop lin H. A uiouni wvi in I I I - .... ....... I.. ata Ihen ItulT thinj wrone. or a mm ul hie sunny anu i.iv.iu ..... w - -r - - .... ii lum, ino m conu-mc w' 1 ' .... hi k .. v t.. .,.;..! IIj hae a Bood bun-1 . ..... i.ii.. I..J . r,iea.t. J ea could not remain eo long in to have latttn it ou. wouiu us. o ...... ...... ( . c. .r ..... a crop on uiui uei.., ...... - . .. ll3. Ti,e fnend wanted bit murey, aud lisO ,, winch may oe incre..ru, . ........ -v worn oiners uu. n'u a ! I ....... ,.t i .r u. . . . ,n nmri.t. .in mm l.nn nro- ...era. ....... .. ked to Carve, .buy. ... Y ... ; evten, by -he add.t.on o, , .. - - -- , q of some cause, he seemed to li-ve uioeo ujoui , uei.ev. eo ... ,eceiab!e matter of same sort, either a gras ! Iiabits of bus n. i ihe capacity ol a mere c.e ! " He hi etar'.rd for hitotclf once or tw.ee ; j but CuuVu'l gel along- fSIIIC.b'ive rilaLliOimen' i "itirr'i il -n '' JL Street, third lot Nnrtlio tliv I'uliti. in the town of CLarlol'e, line b ten eon.tnu' npen by the present I'r-prn t ., fioni tlx . January, MU to the prccnt iine, tur .lit inndatmn r I lie Puhli.', and rill conlii m teil npi n fur the same iiurpm I. The Kstabli.hiiient ha. bet S enl.rcrc! pruvtd to a very co. aideraM I etteni .. last two year. the entire hu Idin; it in . repair and is ao eurihtruc.eH thai b!I r.. have abundant light and can I vrnti! .Ii .. . sure. The Stablf-a are not m'eri jr to air, I., to any aunilar ltulilii-him r t m ttuinn) I'arolina ; and c ire ill be I ikeu that elweye bo supplied wit!, al.ui .dani'i-"if : ; , and pruvindi r and a. tended 'iy laiili'u :.;, rienecd llusllt ra. The Subscriber w ill ufe e ery r vr -i i. n is ; alinfaCi'in to all who may uliuniz' I II and hesitate1 nil to .ay .hi', from l n ! r pnriei.ee lie will be able to k cp u; ' In.- . da'imi at the Carolina Inn, i I a a'y'e n ed by any Public lluu.c in t le mf nor i h and he Ukea this opp'ir'.uiii v to re: u . I,., dial respect, to a genfiroin. lulilu: lur p. v. and respectfully ohr-itu a inu ir. u.' ; atmna?e and confidence. UROVKUS can, at all tin ire, I . : . cenvenient and ell ei.cloe I !ol. Irn u: an and fiiri.i.hed with crain at kiw priif. Jj'The L'lia'lolie and I' nulen tl j:i ir an j depart Hi acekly. JKXM.NUS L I.KRI Oct. I I MO. .Mi! From the .eic York Organ. soth;tiii( wko.m.; Or, The Why, and the Wherefore. " N i wo d r,' s rep! ieJ. Maw. I ettn ant it fa I h.fli.' ' .' ..-J ;,k'.h. ...,l.l....lv nre.en.ed cod '' '"lf m'J,t n,,e L ' ... c m.t a, sv,n a. he col ' l"'1 ""' r'- n",u" ,'" b',n ' . ... L 1. I.. ..a,, w tnar aid a I a I . Viiur iiainn ,n. - j - . - - hit tcs, U ca'l upuii the gentlomau accoidiiiji 1 believe so myself," . . i. . ..i. w. ..ii .1 ............."..... r.l I. L in sen him eel a!on. i T ... i. .r t.nn, ,! ' . . r i li.I anil .1. itll el'.iUS. A lllj'l l.o k.ilku w lu" . . v 1 . " " atC. nQavins. Rr .rcu. .1 ...muii W . , .." him uJ said i He' a clever Mow, and as faithful lo uusi. ,,,,,. them dwo following w.ib asubsiil,. Jcy(jly JcWCll'V I . . . . . ... e. i ) I j.i i . .ell be." I there would be no necessity in ioe o.- ine ll liuiiunu lc. r , ,,,,! tnr.l . ., . lure oi trie cruu tur jnu . n. ...VHhe.sn's.srap.1,1. .. j eu'linf. Turn do n euch aubstancea either " S ; n..l all. Bot-" checking h.me.!- n h of win,ef, i ,ho ,,,r,Ilj lun w i .k .. I mM .a., in ihe bL'inmni!. " I ouaht not lo sty llns. haatv rolkr over the he.d, lo level the suruee James Carvsr was an io'ellicot, in.luatri-jlo sgreemern. , . . b.,.j., raDt V I 'hen .f you ha enough of manure pread i . . u .. .r.w.....n. ..I.M..S? in t" he iskid of ihe ser 'hat 1 coumj spare u. ii .w u..u u. jw . . , w,h (f((l one man, w..u .-.. w . vou can u ake ananiiemen-a for fa return T be, cum me, air, .1 you e.. . -r- . . lf . njh lo be 1 eureh.d a MORK HXf.tXflVK . I .... r. h,rh wae a mvaierv Tint ho ot.en-u tne uooi ior 11.1.. ...... . . 1 .. . . . .... , . u,..-.. ;.l......mia " -:- , - , i. )'"'"" v , . 1 - "I really doi.l know,' reptiuu -aier, it,oU(;n!ieaiy- iy ...u.i : nut on ihe hill an I o leave it till you ore to himself as well as to mr.y of h.s f.ien I, rival at i.n house. , ouu.cj ln t mun, I do ool believe can b found." j .eadv t0 ,,iatl,. prepuima lo pli.nl .'per, ha never could get ahead in the world. Se. j No, air." replied the ' ! ,. . . r thcn f,j ,Ue .. But, my de.r sir," said Mr. William ; ,h fur.u.s lUl.tly so as not to di.turb the er.l time, h.d he commenced business for Noli,,! A-e jou.oro! ...d ( erver. y mind. ' aid below plaot aa may teal suit you, either Lu. ....l.l.n ok.,1 .it.ii.ii over Ins HBi Icelin ' ... I . r w. rr..-c .... ....-r. rsinr i and ii now rccuving mil oprrin; UU'M AND VARIED SSOKTMIiM lie hue fre'ectcd bintix k i h ireat rui-, ri T" himealf in a email way, Imt, ae ofieo ' compelled lo abandon h,s etT..t to gel a'.o.e j IU went out h.lf an hwu. ug the dead level of a cle-ks'np. I here wc.e .wete.i. . . , . 1 1 : - A 11 II. . ,11 lie in soon. pro). a many who n.gniy eiemcU . - be bad ever, reason .0 believe, would ....a. I " N . 'i U . .U .ne .0 .ay . any .lw h.m; but, .h.le a fe- of them . eked fa.rl) ; might call, ih.l be would ml ra.u.n on, and aipressed a great deal of lolere.-, none Ute." s.emed willing lo rik any ihin when be sp- j Sioaly J .mra C.ver rrii.sd. A ee.g pl.ed for cred.l or pecun.ary a.d. 1 had been aud 1. n'y l.i-l Jj-n h.s feel.. ... At the age of thirly-S'S. C.rver found hun- ; W hat csn ih.s nvun V he s.ked h.m.cll. ..If with e fam.lv of five chil.tren on me 11 if ne ".'g . - ...end. . " " I .Ul r 4r.ll.. r-'-f" ... U.i.e. The T .cre pl-..y orbjsiness, if I co.U llite created a vaCue cnib., ina. o.uti oe ro- f ,uj,tlh,r iupe, n,la, nilr d 1 11," ia d diver. ; moved by cerLiuty, or I c.i o it th.uk of n.k Lnef Wlln t p,( ,Weep or cultivator. ; W hv'dua'l i'i di 11!" a.ked the friend ing any money in Mr. Catve.'s bus.ne..." J W,tb ll.e sweep or cultivator, Ihe opera'ion ; ' . ' A ....1 ..a li VkialK man unrt )ifirsli. I .l e..,i..l. Were lo ver sorrv to hive proflucou .ucn an . ...u - .-- - . - . . has ever Ufure been npen d in this ; a - lu'iig his vanity will be Iti'inu drnilrmrn and f.ni-t Cold ar.,: r Si'trr I rri 01 A Isy'iit SsJ 5-0tii 1 iA i. i. fJofrl ha ins itittt Bit is. rrauie of my lum ed ctp.'al .. 1 , ...ii .1.. nb'e 'o purchase end manuf.ctuia goods lor elfect,' w.. ieP..eu. 1 u.u n nm.u . u-5 by uil niode of pUlkn, ,e .he S.rfg .'id Fat va'es .11 q'mititie. lulli so. Mr. Carver is a man wnom 1 rep ci frof) ,jM Qf foU, 1lPi 0V0f) Wlln , gopher eient lo 11" et ll.c du.ii.mJ when it is art.vo, I and e.tcem. So far from ih-o mg a straw in ; or ,lo,e ,,!0a.. W e are nol in the habit ol : iB. ...... .n,,.h.m,r. thauduh-e h,..y,l woulddoeyery. i. my poa.r, PJ'JY ,3 j .y b-.air.css. and, con-eqientty, ,y lo n.i.e. consi.tently, to help n.m along. jcomnon in the North, aoJ all the greal yield.'. " Vou oigiit to h .ve credit en-jugh by tin. "All you aay," answered Mr. H iIIistis, I we lgv. irt. re,r,r.ed were from aud laud j lima 10 make ell the purchastfs you re d," " rnly st.fi-s me, tint ther- is something ,1U, prepared snd culiivaU d : j wroim ab.ijl Mr. Carver, h it.re igm.rsnce i From ths Ameriian A(rieulturitt. j returnrd C.rver. as lo'wlut Ih.e is. will he more fa.al in en Mm Phitor : l!y rerj ieet. I ..ibmit to you 1 fur in-rtin.i in the i'ririi.nrri.i. some rr In this w.v a third more land may be cu'.ti hand,, wb.l. hi. .alary, a. a cl. k, wa. bit ; he chg.d hu mind lid. no. understand ei'bt hundred dollar. It. lid o.a le the appointment it wa. not M.-dalli.-n", Fine Hi east Pine, " Far Kinp.. " Finger Kn.gs, " I!ra.elct, llaii Pin, Fadie. Si;ii(ior., " (-.ral Necklace, " 'I'luiuolcs, Pfieclacl.'.. I'l-lcls, J! .i ir. AVaikii.f C. Penkr.ivi'N. T'ii Tray, Tra Skiii.. II ii.t r Ki. 1 l'tlljllHri ; 0r wa the reply. ' So 11 would seem, ." ! kJVI .. .1. ...I U. in l.im.,.!f. m acikiri,'. Ah. UiC ! PoUielhlUB is I vcr ... .1 . L,.l..,l,d ,.( ilix My lamny is go.i .i-,". .. t. rp. n a is a l.i'lo capital ilat is Ihe drawb.ck iboussnd dollars." Il I only had What i i' mlure I" ! " ' , , I effort, to effect Ihe s.imo result, is necee.sry mm ile credit accoinl that U of mutt, f.ct. il, nl,,w is frcnucn.lv used too lale. and . . ; - f in. kn. " ' " . . .... . I.:. ,.l...n.J' . '. r i pensive, and I tnu. nave en (n mp () ie 0 :tn0,r(i su h8ep regrei to near )ru -.; ; nuich to Itie irjury oi nur torn crupe. ; co;ne. I have buiines talent., and all I need () , the ...it morning, s. Curve, w., on ... , ' ,c, ,. al ,llr,y , .. gentleman. I da..', know that the d.- ! It .. well k.,o-n to rxe pUn-e... that -he,, i A', me! rn.,w.ntofcap.;w.y.olhe....,e .o -inch ho was e,.puylu.. - f!,:. (0 .hlth , a!ud,j . very senou. one. nee ,. ,n j on. ann oro, n n, - - r . , ., , a ..I. !,.i I he latter . ' , moi. muii w iuiji iu .uhiko h. -; a few, bowel Mr. S n'hesre.l. I n. isi.ir, .... . . ... ,. ffl.. . .... , . ,,tp,i ., ,ur8 it is not in h:s case." i. r. a ik.. ...... 1 i r i ".invuirT. ..in.', w ." , - - iiimi p'.ou ee.a uiay w. ium...u. .... 4..w .... .1 ..r ........... In ttt.bf. .ri:.ie Bnn.llffV lor. ' .......... . . insiciu ui i'.u.i.'h , - .1 . . . 1. .... 1 ...'n' : 'Vhilesuoh Ihougli'. were in hi. mind, a not keeping hi appoinnnrn-, w. gentleman who bad mid h.a o.q la.ntance re ,nd pi.sed on. l to tin. mo.i.ent, Career -cently.and who .aw lhat ho wa. active, intel-j h.d indulged lU hope that tilher Mr. S buaiocs mailer., hurt lorgo:u n tne appoint.. n., from borne by nme urgent mat er. I hat i able email fih'otis roota will .un la'e.allv, in . eeaicli nf nutriment to the distanco of sit or ligent aud iodus'.rioui in .ui.t In him ' . ' A mm with your hibus and q ...lifuations j hope now died out tf h.s het instantly, lie ....... - ... : i. ' .n... r,.r I.. ...-I!." in,.. an d hi wav to the alore whrr. he w.i. ougni w u "'1 "' i . ,0,,,a lime. .. a.l lh;nb " re.die.l C.rvar. airoctinir an eni iloved. suff nna from a most clepreneil iod.fferenc. h. did not feel. j and dt.couraged state of mind. A f. dave .. ,. J.... .t.n . ....I in ihn wnrM 1 i .Cl... atria hp III. I Mr. b SlTalO. I Oat . . w n v 1 1 1 in v uu ujaaoa.'. ......... , - - - - . .,. .l.ii ma 'In it o le.uoriable w!. oilier "he , a. moti aurry lor Carter er himself. Ho There was a br.of l.e..l.'.on. I h' n lo. wh corn, and all other -raioe. " ncn tne ; ; r . . .......' er is uhoul to be formed, the ntinoiphore ha d.d ..... see a very fl.tt.r.ng pro.ptc, fu, . tuwed a wh.ap. ed rrp-y. pr.Tmi,,, . ; speedy settlement of h . cla-ui .gainst ihe; "You don't tell me so. excljim.a ,r- j ,nd iilctt,fofe ,0re reqjired rrom the roote. ; bu. ftt. ' Wilha us. " Hjd ! hid ! That will ncvor do. (. (. htU .rii well broken up with ) '' a I ..... .11 l..ua m .1 a. Aral All . t. .. I .. ..... 1 ... n nlmitin' nrr1 t r B 1 1 m r . . Vm. oii'-hl to hae a pir'n-r with cant. I . a pity, i "ever wwu.u "(.""" tor p.u. .u. - tal," said be, alter por.dnrmg the .uhjeet fur this." . "O.ly h.a more mum... f . These lateral, are very .'n.M. and . .. r I .1 ..... .k...b 1. . u - . . .....' I have lone teen that, replied Citver. Breaareot ma imci. i . " -. PS, eplr ited from Ihe .talk ; il cut by the X few thousand dallar. 10 the bucinc.s ...y far gone. Suit, such ie th. cae. plow when tho plant is young, no i.jory wtl . ; Tbia egeiaiing as a mere clerk is ool the thing. Hae you no ambition ?" " Ob, yes ; I'm ambitious enough." " What hinders, then?" a inq i red. ' Want of capital," replied Carver. ' Your knowledge of busineas is capital." ' Yes; but it isn'l money-capital." True. Stall ibere are men who hsve thai kind of capital, without ihe business talents required to use il to advsntsge. Men who would be glad to unite their motey with )o ir ability." " Yei, 1 know there are such men in tho world. But, thui far, I have been unable lo find tbem." Tha gentleman mused for some time. Then be said " I bava a few thousand dollars ; and would hka lo ioyssl it in a safe and profitable busi nan. Beyond ibis, if I fiod use for it, I have credit to . considerable extent." The heart of Craver began to b?sl more quickly. ' Cjme around and see me to-night," said Ih. gsollemen, "and let us talk over ihis matter. Perhaps wa may agree upon some, thing that will be for our mutual interest." Duriog lb. day, this gentleman mol a friend I. whom ha said "You know Career?" " Oh, yta, f try well." "Ilia character iafaii?" " Vary fair." ' II. seems an active, intelligent man ?" " lie it ill that." I a I H gentleman Cold y po'Ke lo bun ; ool mmiv .. . I. . l : . ..( .I....M ,.,(.. rit no a.luiion to toe i u j -ti wi --' ver.a.ion. " It i. .tr.nge ! The ve.y fate are .gain.t ; me," said Carver, and he il.uaed and n.use.l . . .... i i . i r. . i.... i.. ould make it pay handsomely. U.u. .ar,, i.noug.i . ... -u- . .. ' . Hia'.irhe.l in w.v. have .uoceedud ,n creating a Hem.nd. Cp. gether-never ! Oh nol I would have r j f iJvne.d Iowm(J. murity. W,th. '. ital is now wanted for ihe supply of that de .ecuiny. tt their aid at lhat poiiod, the perpendicular j ( j i, To bt randftUd n our nttt or lap-root, will not be s.illi Mrnt to prodoeV i"1" '. . , , , . , , ... . ' icood and well filled ears. Il i not u.ilr . ... .... ...,.r...,l thai il.n bos nes nt ! I.""' ... . . ' ''" I ' V TilUClV Hint Which IlCOIl qoen ly ihe case, that the plow i. used when ,-l i . i. miKir ORtTOR. the lorn is in UK.aml at tnat tune tnese iie. ........,.... h... beer, told bearing ' rool. are very numerous about ll.e surface j on the matter without being able to think loj ' ' ' in ihe cleareet manner. any def,o..e conclus.on. j m . ,V,0 . n Mn u.e ..... 0 ,-.., olhct. not hy Miller I l.ompsun : ne ,..TJ...u u, . , bu.jne,. ,,a , fu!o.n.' : folio Clo.k, some two or u.rce ........... -" ,P(1 , . plMo9'l ? ward-. " I aoo the csrpet.:e..sl work there. , fjf ,ome .13 , I have been told," replied the, clork. "3 -! Are jou certain ?" "Sutueaid." 11 Who is ss.ociuted wiih him 1" " A young man from one of t ho Matkot street stores. I d.do'i hear hi. name. Carver asked no more qicstioin, bit ie suo.ed hi employ inent. " Oh, d..ai !" he sighed to himself. ' Why is il thai I am passed by in all these arrange mentsl Can it be possible thsl slanderous report!, affecting my character, are circula ling from hp '.o lip? What can be eaid ? Who can bring an accmation against my integrity of character 1 At.d as lo my knowledge of business and habits of induatiy, they are ool to be gainssyod. Whul can il wean ?" For many days James C.rvor was serious ly depressed in spirits ; then his mind regain, ed a portion of He form! calmness, and be tried to be contented with his lot. But a man W.k at tho matter. O her men w capital find no difli u'ly in obtaining Why j there should bo on exception in my cise mo.e than I can tell." The fnond mused for eome Ii i.e, whm he slid " I have oo for the money I loaned ) ( u If you can't return it in cash, I must Like your note nod p&s Ihern C.rvor looked troubled at line pr.tpniilion. How soon do you think you cou'd make ihe payment ? In th.oe or four inonihs T" Carver shook Ins head. In four and six, then V " I will give you my notes al ens time you may designate ; but, I cannot promise to pay iheir fu'l amount when they mature. 1 t" do Ibe bet I csn, however." The countenance of ibe frtcnJ became sc pre..v hurd upon Ihe U.e John Umd.lph.some O' " g-ouno. ...u musv ...Gr...r..y K .. preny nuu up .. . . I inuoh to ihe inrire of the cmp, I hnve mada .lu.ir ...wl. s . ... - , several experiment. riitn prove conctunveij , lhat the perpendicular or t.p-ron's, are not sufii -ii-nl without the lateral roo'a, to produce good and well filled ears; and that, if the plow i ued loo late, a good crop ra:mol be expected. For my experiment, I selected eight well grown sta'k. j t bofore shooting oot their tassel. I had the earth cut round two of those stalks about six inches from them, ... in. tnn h ami ai.i.h nf 1 lie Rn.ifle. ami llio J I he moved to refer the subject lo ll.e commit- j h r.mo..rf f0 ,ha, couiu ie. ,hM of "' "i tee on unfinished business. A workman ... tne . f ott w.fe cul gallery close by, irntateu si ine cppusiuui. II. had shown to whit w. 10 coni.nuiw . - . . r "Oi one occM.on, wii-n tne suuj'ici oi miking .ppropriation. lor the puh'jc build jnjjs w.s under cotisidcralioti in Congress, Mr. Ittndolph rose and as usual spine in op .. .. . I ..... . it. ...I 'l.l V . . ...... I 1 l...n fr- " H 110 IIIIVB )nu h..i. . ui. in. ."'j . . ii.it 10. 1 10 It BpprnprieiiiM.e ..." wd. u " A number ; bal fe aecmoJ inclined to ! q.PIIty n ked and granted snd atill the b.ii'd. hu want : mas went up with a stealthy pace ; he want ed to see the end ol n, ana lor inn purp.iso ho sees a young family growing up around j rtoui. Mr hi. .import, end unnblo to bear ihis taunt, riied oul in a vniceeoinolh.n like U mdolph , 'and I move Mr. Spcaknr, lhat the gentle man be referred to the same committee." This severe retoil upon the ill formed and badly made orator from Virginia, sel ihe whole houe in a roa', and tho sergeoni at arms was immediately (hepatcherl lo arretl the offender, but be disappeared aud could nol bo found." not no. "Those Kal.fo.ny fullers talk nbout going round the Horn !" soliloquised Shoesticks the other nighl on tho canal bridge. " Ketch me going round the horn I I never wont round a horn in my life I venever 1 finds one in my way 1 allers drinks it up I doe." Fhe earth was permitted in remain in II.'h situation until ihe Corn was matured. The stalks looked well, and tho pars appeared to be well filled ; but on exam ination, it was found, that there were but a few ecaltcrcd grain, in ihsin. In the next experiment, a cut wns made round two .talk., with a spade to its dnpih and widih, at tho .amo dis'aoee as above. This cul was permitted to close immediately, no earth having been removed. The result wa, small ears, not well filled. The ihud experiment was to cut ihe roots on two sides of tho s'a'k, aa ih.y are usually cut in Isle ploughing. Oo the nthor sides the roots were not diatuibed. The result small ears, tolerably well fi'lod. In the remaining two .talks, no roots were cul or dis'utbed ; the oars largo and well fi led. The plow is not s. ffuionily used on n.irj rice plantations, in preparing Corn Inud fori AM) t V WU1.TV or fan. unfile, n.r v Ai;i..soi id WAiii:. sii.vn: i i.c CASroKSai.d CAN III FS F h. ., All of which lie will dia we uf on a. : t line te'm. 1 tiiuM piir l.a Ml. th i a s :i:. i ;, C,tlaltt,0ct.S,$V3. I" nj;. ki ins Abyssinia 3Iiluif i'..r t t.t ;irr ha, Inrit.ri.r.i, t In-sUvm''., I' ' v.l, .inn. r. 1 1 liirci, Fli.nr All...., Whin a, Wcak.ie.", )hti ut'liun .'. lii.i.ii Mill N.C, Ah. I,' Dr. J Kill. I Dear Sir : You will nlt-iii-e li.rar I tn n a i i venii nt, a freeh atipr.lv ol t ie litinn r ul and I he Abja..nia Mixtii.c, i haw .u.ne t.ine 'l'hc Kcsln. ir and lii i' ' lo der, have piuvt-d to be v.-.y rf4. i- fullni .f ol the ehest, I! hr. in. ih.-i;, s . 'i I . flauimallnusol' he rlyer, llehilili . i. .: mo disease.. We warrai lid the A'' ' ' lure t.i every patient, and no one !'.i" - the inoiiry returned, hoi n the n ..". " on h praised it gnat lan.-.t vt . j: vi(- Wv remain yourn, risp le'lt.'iv, A. U U . liuM V"V ; Cuw-nRD, S C, Ju l Dr. Kohl Dear ir: , W e have tulduot all of 1 Dor Abysn s V it haa g.v, n r'llirt tmtitf K7run lo .11 1 ' ' have osid it. W e h ive .rran'eH t! A ' M uluie in all r.w. on ni r o n aci ur i ' - ; ean say, it ha Of ver faile I Vl'e har for mote ol I lie Abyi.ii, , Muline('.i ' p'rasr t. ml us aa soon aa poss-itile fu. ' w hich uill an-er the jr ist d. ii.n.i.l. Very repeellullv onr, IMiri'.IC or l LICer fivm Mijoi Pi!il M.P:-i'' Cretk ' OJiee. Mckihk C.ii'NTT ' N.C, Pre -'; ' Dr. J. K.ihl Dear Sir i A Lady in this county effl clcd wi'h '' eomph.int, I'roliipaua I'lui, Finer .' eoinewha. deranped niinC ieus.tl by .i!"" waa for al.i.ut twelve nioillu attene. ' our eminent physicians, wiilioul " ci evory one suotessively dc clared her inrun. that she had lo die. 'Shi then prnru'te l lleof your Abysaiuia .'luiurc tiu." r'f cured her entirely. Stn Ins .m.'e iii"-f is in perl'eel (rood heallh snd happy. ' ain.a M.xlort has liliew : e j-roveil verrctl.' in many olhor diaeaaes, t tit par.u i. 'lv " disease, in whiel. il sh. iil.l l""'e lie P" of all others. Yoora oh al entlv. DU AI.D V.l'!t' Trice forthe Abyesinii Mixture f"' cent., il 2S A. Likewise on hand and (or fair. VS" atoror, t'uivoraal J"latei , (!il '"" ' T J IIHl.Tl'N.Ai'; fhirl.'.l. ? ATTACH UrlS J 'f ' IMinry Wl for sole !"rt TEljMS. TWO DOLLARS per a mum in arlvan DOLLARS and FIFI'Y t T:V'' bo de.laved three monllis; and "IM LAUS if not paid until the "