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riOM THE COIX'MBU TELCGsYArU.
Sunset. A I euneet'e eacroa1 haur 1 lor. Atom, ta dm and etray In fanej'e airy fielde ind rave Frra earth', dull mum away. The hurt by leadened ear oppressed. Relieved may upward ooar. In fancied happineee be blessed, Not brood iu anguish o'ar. And sprightlier aoula may filly lira. At neb an hour aa tbia. In purer baunte than plrasurea giv. And taata a calmer bins. The linking monarch of the day, A cheerless emblem were. If we regard hie fading ray The end of hie career. But far from this ; the morrew'e uiorn In fancy greats the mind. Oar guardian hope then bids na turn, And leav the paal behind. TV aspiring heart whoae vespere riaa At fame's gold spangled shrine, a? ,iW In that enlarging ore deachee ' ' A vieien lured, divine. Th, i,mni ur in trammn iia-m By verging gleriea ehed, Reeembloe net the grave'e cold night But honor'a envied bed. With kindred hearla I love to stroll At this awaet hour loo. And meet in converse eoul to soul On themes that rise to view. . On themes beyond ilia letiest flight Of science's upward gaze Where, decked in rebea of imaged light, Ideal systems blaze. And near bright airy castles, where Th' aspiring soul oft has, Unsated by the taate'.aaa cheer That cordial earth supplies. Then homeward turn, and sweetly share The besem's cherished store, Of hopes and lares, perchsnc of care, Bat caree then were ao more. The spirit crushed by fate'a etern will, Or ' pitileaa command," May here revive again and fael Its withered hopes expand. Mare severed: hearts may meet awnne In union only known To thoee whose sympathies beguile The heart that sighs alone. Ob ! much I lore the twilight elude, The fading tints above ; Some power, melbinka, bas fitly made This is an hour for love. Columbia, September, ISiO. C. P. 7 r. From the New Ycrk Organ. May Forrest. A paor w'idaw by tbe name of Forrest and an onlv daughter took up their residence in - F " AAmnxAafA tarnllinir in an obscure nart of London. Tbeir former retidence had been ia tbe country, where Mr, Forref, lately de ceased, had owned a few acrei of land, which had been eaized upon by bit creditor irome dialely after his death. Bein; left without any meant of support, tbe poor widow turned her thought, toward tbe great metropolis, here ahe hoped herself and daughter might procure aome employment. May Forrest, the diu;htr, wai now a young woman of eighteen, of a very attractive appearance. Her figure was charming, her Complexion very fair, and ah'-1 wa sensitive tod retiring to a fault. To look upon her, one might think she wa not Uron enough la truggte with poverty, and ihe co'd le'fuhness of the world. But it ia hard to j id;, of Ihe eoul by Ihe exterior. May Forrest had never led a life of idleness; the had been taught industry and ecooumy from the first. Tbe euddea demise of her father had proved a heavy blow ahe wai left with no pro'.ecior aye her mother. With mournful bearta they taw themtelse deprived of their few acres, and set out for London to gait a eubeiatence by their nee dl.., or ia any honest way. They had juat money enough to procure Iwo ordiniry apart mentf en ao uninviting aireet the favorite reaert of !he lowest artizin. Here, by dint of hard labor, and the eloteit ecooemy, ihey menaeod to live very comfortably, until .Mr. Forrest wae taken ill. She was no longer able to ply the needle, and now all the labor tie reived open May. The good g.rl teduu bled iter eierlione, aad worked eariy and late. Every day, at regular liourj, the went forth, to get and return her work. Sbe alwayt oh. aerved, on thee occasions, a aciteon grinder, but few penniee. The illaese of her mother mtde it necetiary for her lo keep all she could gel. Even that wai not enough to keep then comfortable. Work wae ecarce, and the rent bill alared tbeai ia the face. May, like a dutiful daughter, denied her. elf of a thousand thingt which the needed. At a consequence, ahe grew thin and pale. Her wardrobe waa poor enough. At this junc ture ahe attracted the attention of a prtfhgate young man; aoa of an eileneiv. land-holder, and the very tame who bad allowed up the acre of Mr. Forrest. May had teen thi person before coming lo London. He had praised the beauty of her face, and aitrrrpied aome little liberties with her. Tlieto advance the had promptly repelled. Hi name was Winthrop Browne. He waa not at all pleased with ihe decided manner of May. Afior the death of her father, and the re moval lo London, Browne began to think the proper time had arrived for an amour with Ihe charming May. Some time elaptid before ho learned her retidence ; but when ha ob tained the knowledge he lost no lime in tot ting off to London bein a young man of leiture. Ilia reception waa not a very warm one ; and tucb an one Browne did not expect on his fit at visit. Hn inquintive glances about the room aoon tatiefi ;d hitnofibe extreme pov erty of the occuptnta. Thi gave him tali faction, at money could nol bul be acceptable under tuch circumitnr.cet. Thut, in a ' cold blooded " tort of way, be calculalad the chanctt of success. He ie peated hit viiitt, and tried lo mtke himself a gieeable. He evea went io far at to offer her money, which ihe refused ; Ihcujh Heaven iknowa ahe needed it. Her mother grew worie diily. Her ex- pemea of course increased. The rent wa. alwaya accumulating, and beginning to look terribly formidable. Tho tear wtre jel on her cheek when ehe went foith lo got work from her empl ) er. The old acisinrt-grinder wit at hit accnslomed place. He held out bia hand, and at the siuie time looked acx- loui'y into her face. "Ala! 1 have nothing," laid Miy, and hurried on. Stay !" aid the iciwot grinder, " be ware of tbal well drened young man who calls .... , j i. . i on you. ' hstever may nappeo, ueu i unr any of hii money." May beard him with astonishment. What did he know of her eflairi I Why should a poor medicant ftel an interest in lierl She thanked him for hit well meant kindness, and hastened on. Here we might ai well inform the reader I Frcm the Dollar Xttc.jxiptr. A Tai l in Deep rioHShiits. Having been for a Ion tune, an attentive acknowledge that I am a good farmer, but omehow or other I am alway under a pr.- ture; my produce never tell for at much j youti." , For instance, turn lo Ihe reidenc of tho peaker. A heart-nckening iceoo pr.ent. itaelf lo the lover of order. Everything i. out of place, looking shabbily enough ; th. mind tl 1 w T W WW WT W9 T W cause, lour eye at red with crying, ano M 1 ML A , ' mj a a m. m mj you have been growing thin for the laet tix weeks, o that one wou'd hardly kaow you," anawered the medicant, whilst hi face was lighted up with aympathy. What wou'd it matter that I ilou'd 111 ,ou," replied May Forreil. " Vou cannot help me, and it would only afllict your honest heart." S ill, 1 ahnuld like lo know Ihe seriel nf your disireis," added ihe old niau niusirg'y. Who knows perhaps it may be in my puw er to assist you. ft K mil n'll man pti' would that itwero-bul it wnut:ye'l you eluded io give ycu my experience for ihe last ahall bear." jinoytai. Frtvicut lo thai 1 bad followed Here May went into detailed account of j ,he o!j pH0 of ,m!ow ,0ug!iing and high ber PP!"ii". h.le Hie icutor.-grii-dcr L.,,; N uwf,;r(be olh . iy . lu lhe ,p,ig listened with deep attention. 6 ' 1 " Then Die landlord aava he ahall turn vou ' f ' of fc"ounJ lhal had into lhe ttreet la day ?" " Thit very day, and mother ia tick, loo," -, i I I : soonru rur m-r.-.ue. , . . ,,,,,, ,0 coro ' I3ul he thau I turn you into the "tree!, : ' I at lhe beat price. To ioaure ucceai ome . l . . :.i it v t ;.. .k. n uri . mull I iu vuiidld hi iv.i.aw situ l lie ineu.caiil quioiiy. " .vowtiuy suaii ever turn yuu into Ihe slruei." I low thai Iwt lvc bushe!s of wht-at and forty or " I muit be going," aighod May. ' tirT of cotn wa an average crop. On lhe iot yet, ana.e.ea me o:u man. iio.v , , . . . . of bar. r B ' it f t : r..l Imaninn taw 1 1 K thaw rAf. ' reader of the ' N.wspiper," c.peciallv the "nu ,u F""" -"" " farmer,' drpa.tm.nl. and bavin, leen (nsDy I. quire .f they .ub.cr.be or a new.p.per ana , . ... 'article, on becu!tiv.iicD of corn, I have con- ,cy . ie you ina. ,.,.. chimed May, 1 I , , , . rnr . last I wa.te money for .uch uadea. arlicle. Now this ia no vaio illuaioo, but a fact and 1 am orry to .ay, of almost every day occurrence. It r quire, two thing, lo make a tucceisful ! farmer intelligence in agricultural matter beat rn it .he year before, and had for . tult.c.cnl lo muKe i.ie .rou.iu P. . , umber of yc.r. brr-n Miher bard run by tow jand lhal knowledge in regard lo tbo .tale . I the produce market, neceisary to wsur um of manure and oap-ud from tho week! wesii. Th. .fleet of aoap-tud on other olam. lometimenurpriaing. A eypreti vin,0 k bad remained aiationary for a forinighi bn about two inche nigb, immediately comong, ced crowioc after a good watering wnk audi and eranr aboul 8 inches ilia ... - , B um n,, day. I bo peacb il mucri beoebied by io, ai.ftj. thing beyond hard woik i noeded ; Ihe head must guido Ihe hand, and io order lo do ibis, the head must be properly enlightened. Thm, it appeari that a mind welt tiored f ri i ir-li rln .'in n Jin ..... nl m.inurn. lhe rrLMlur liarl of it Itraw on n tll k:.k.j l ,k k;. . 'l ...,Mv ,l. KnA nk-t-hrd it t. futlow. : ' M kno.l.d.., ii a valuable de.idor- gfd veilmen-i andd-ew oul a greasy wallet, 1 Taking lo leams and two plough. 1 bogr.n , lu'" nd ,enu""! 0,def 10 caa,e t'0' and put it into May', hand. 'by turning a furrow n-vcn inebc. deep with ' HW- " luu will find tho amuunl io Ihere, h l ! Our farmera are becomim the most inde. u.e lust pioujj'i, irion ioiiowcu iu um sonic iur- - - ... another Peru ci', 01 cl l3,1, i"s ,",a, row tth the other pluugh, lumin; furro in inchta deep, making (liirtecu inch- then harrowed and maik with those who occupy lhe upper circle of o cifty, a. they term i'. Tho high claoed III- said. May .tar'ed back in surprise. " What ! you vou." .. , . r . ii- j. i " 1 , U me, me o;a .ciisnrs-Rriiiarr. ai-u f -. , beggar man, that tpeaki. M.-n are nal al- ,-.... Kmh ra'ure i. br-inning lo find it way upon (heir wayi ta poor at they teem, nor w lint ll.ev i ' u " "u J" - , .., i,l,, il,. seem. You have been k.nd ). ,n,. You h.,v. way., md p'anird on ihe 2tfd of May. As j ! In. . beautiful icne lo behold .be , not been ashamed In .top at you pi-srd, and 1 ,0(m ns Ihe corn was large rnough lo follow ' Cumily, after lhe loilt of tho day are over galU turn your pretty Hi.ihtiT face lowaida i...-, and :tia ro(( , cut,iv:lIfj j, ou, both way, and j e'ed around lhe parlor lab'e eng.ced in read even to give me P...n... U (' !,iad , ,,ue ,0 ,,, lhe in- : and re.l.inly a much ...er cour.o than -ZIZJZU Ihatwa, part,, covered up. I we, -crn b.-room. a. loo m.ny rnonev-i.i not the once of virtue. IU.icd ! ihrou.h .1 .. af.er.ard i h he cuttiva- ,'"r ne lbu "lnJcring Ihc.r evco 1 tor, but mad. no h.'L, Uving Ihe suri.co a. i ""'ne-' ne" -." away lo relieve your molhor. IK-aven ba. you old mar. ! bul how hall . , cu, up lhe 17 ,)f Scp. ! ,re .n ormmeni both to (he kitchen and draw. TwaTno pat , I am alrea.iv p,i,. You ' .ember, and from the fivu ices l.u,ked seven j . J b'au'f "d in4 1 eCl halliel ni.com.lo your h.uar and rest ... ! hundred and ii bushel of ear. No v I duii'l ! "fancy artielf., lo.ded w.ih such an once in a while, and see how you get ou Ca ..u, cri,plfor ,n well a-rvre that j -Wndinco of empty air mi external ahow that' all." . i.i,.,., u.. .(, j if. .,- that we do ti ofien mel with. I atribulion !.. n l m -j. it call ba beal ; hu! it shess the d llfreme '"' W ith an ove.fliwina hcurt, lay turned lo-1 . ... - i,, ;, : i..i n, r.'sirv Lu. if inoie of ward. home. S.ricer. wae ii e pray, ofibeUou half duinS work and doing .1 ..!..- f " 'nJeeJ " C""'. " mn" tharsuivrnff that wen. uo from her boim. i Th. con. was hauled off and the ground tow- young nen would give th.-ir attenUon lo a .pjo ; agricultural ( ursuiti, atytua upon it, uiey ! ......'.I lt b HI i.ni-M anrl If .ll-tHUI-A iniirl. e saiiie , She flew lowardt her moiher with feet thsl 'ej ,0 w!ieat, bring ploughed aa deep as scarcely touchi-d the pavement. She reli'eJ I ,. ,, , i , . i r. . ,i . ' ' , . . . : of horsei cju'o nUiuirh it, and (rum th to her Ml trial lu-l happenetl, oml rpened the , . , , , , , ,,., i,-,n ihv now do. deal attcul.on S-e.sy wal'et. It contained not only the a & 1 ,iave "' "d l'00"" ' mount due for rent, but .hnce li.,1 frrrn. cd one hund.td and oiieiy bual.ala-.bin-,"0"1- le B'WB io "onomy. Our Here i ome mi.take," ..id .Miy. Li ,u buahi-U io li.e ace. I have mt.,ced i '""' ' ,0 8'' 0,ir '" !nd"!K m-oii; nations. I his branch, agriculture, ehou'd receive our undind d attention. e. it. n. Davenport, Ctntrt, .Ytu Ymk, lb5U. " He h ened in countini;," r-r.d alio ran Lai-L In IliM nlil mull. Itiil h nerS'itrrl thai .1 was all nelii, and lhal he wou'd on no ac on- B, J ffo;" i1''"6"' rp-a'ce .hull have count tike a cent back. He even feigned to , as U 'od a crop as 1 Lad lat. i my euro groutid in lhe urue mai ner thm a:u- ihttll h: c. u. pel into a violent passion abjul it, and ssid "ah. talked just as though a min of hit age cou'd nol see lo count hi. mom y. fiul lie weuld just !el her Una lhal Ins ey rsight as as good n. luxe other people's vho aeio younjer U rii Vtnmllion, O , lrOO. licntHt of'Aitht1' lo Corn. At cu'ltva'.o; a are rrrpesied t; send in facts lhe reajltof ca e(A e ; rirn- n1!", and lhe crop j Ma? was forced to yie'd, and ke?p the mtw- i has becomo lhe glory tf our land,' I will asloniaVxmeni, who said h! hnd nol Ilia remo. ten idea uf pu'tine hi threat into eecutioii, that a young mm by the mine of Amtin 1 but rn'y meant it as an e icellenl ji kf. A few day al er tins o'd man carr e in, wi'h his wheel upon hit back, hich he deposited carefully by hi ude. welco-ne was a Wuro had teen May Forrest, and managed io form an acq nintance will) her unce her removal lo London. IIj was poor lika ber elf, and depended on hit on srliot: for a ivin. H had made, nolwithslanding llni, a favorable irnpreiaion on both mother and daughter. Their intinncy incrojsed until he was a daily vis.tanl. Seniiiivo of the fact of their poverty, they endeavored to hide it from Austin a. much as possible j but the latter, as lhe phrase goes, "could not help usn hm eyes." He aiw, with pain, lhe exertiorn of May, and lhe thou sand and one deprivation Ifcey suffered. He longed for the time when he could marry ibe fair May, and have a riht to piotect and asaitt her. Meantime lliinjs went tn from bad to worse. May was obliged lo part with all tho Intlo or nament, she poseesst-d in lhe woi'd The Usl Vent tht GtrmanUvn 7'frii. Turning; in Circe 11 tropt. Hiring lhe lst ten years, Iho practice of (Uniing in green crope bus been c'etiiil ey. She paid oil the landlord, much to hit ' ,, lh, cuiN.iur. f an am,',cii.(!ii of " - --j - 11 use o eu a li'dut u m ' n nv uiiisi lie iwtihb result. Old, worn out fild, which bd be rorne io thoroughly e miK-uliilvd i. scared to repay the cost of cultivation have, by this process, been thoroughly ienovsld, and at a less cos! prubib'y, than ihey could have been io any other way. In parsing lliroogh th" . r i . t ,.in.,l IL n, ,1 n n..ni;nn , ,i. i... . r- ii.ii conn 1 1 v , our a 1 1 n ' ion is m i r n a r a n i u ia r in s entered. lie pi. u no attention lo Inn "(;.. their proper c iii :acv, whether leach, d or un- 1 geduld f0:iow,"rn ho cillrdhim, who sal 10 ,,,.,, Ti, . .,,, ,liar which have been imp ivcri.hed by an .nornuue " - - t9 r 1 . . , . , warm otip, ar,d he sHained happy in i!i.csi inj the happinest he had conferred. iud as'iita that wrin applied lo llul ra n j many yejrs aiarid n i'ed d.-n at thil lime. I he vanetv of orn cu'tiv;.! d ns hurJ eiht 1 i rowed h te, having a sa,;t!l c .b. j Thi ol j-'Ci. aimed al wcro lo deteruiuie j i bet her wood at lies oc eJ Lei.ef.c al'y lu line j Ho had nol been long sealed before Browne Crop, ai.d to aseeitani lhe proper qn mtiiy and . I or un p loam l i , t i ...... c . r i' r'.n4 wit cu iiiiu giveu a uir oroii to u'j'u tor eta t unohtrusivelv in a corner, bul cnmm'nceil his ai.d emasculating system of cropping, lo the atale of barren karro fi Ids. Nu:hing can be wotiiig fleetly where he had lfi o!T. Ik, iin!rl,T lm lUrvw kli nun olinof har nr-L sueceraiVe ttea.'Oria. XHI'.II' li t e. titc in bo- and attempted to prew a kiss upon her hps. ' , .-fluted by favoraWo or adve.se .jmu.e,., ";0,e r,,!,,"W'ne ,,,on ," "l':,e,snco " May ened ou. in in r fTended tone, and no olrjer iaimrln(, tU the u.unl ipjsn- '"""" exhibit ; y e.en Iho, pu,hed 1 i n from her At .hat moment the ! ;o hi:; Iiut (re. (' l bpeh s.ly barren. II, p!Ui!l,i, un "ragged old fellow thnok r IT his Bpnthy, , , , ' d. r tho !i-ht vegetali.n hy produce, end ar:d hurled h. heel at the (.(fonder wi'h soh ! I'icviout Vi plots ii g, b,iro yard mat.ure, al i ,., , , i . i ii- . ! : followini up ihe unrtert.kin ' by a liboral au nrod iim thai he laid liitn p-us'.ra'e upr-ri ths il1B rate of r.b t-t C:SU bii-heU lo tho acre, was i floor, a dnearly demolished h.m. iu.hrnp ! ,,, . ,., .,,,,., , ! uf lhe of ; is ! a r n I ii t ew till I h n neM i n a L I , a nwivi,ivu tU. luep Rr n u tr f-..n. ffq I ttwreri lira 1 ha fa inn fin t at t.f .. . ' 'Is .... ' . ; !.-,.. J..r, I'J fl. 1 Ins lorn.ar e:, and lell lor parts unknown. , . , , ; pen, or clover, to be turned in when in blot n . 11 .1. , ..... ii i .. ..r .n...l .. A ih.i k.. nn .... ... .. i ' 1 ' i ne oia man a wneei was rerrimy enatier- "i jhj.. , mt n n u 115 . j 1 .. . 1 . ... ... . , ra uv 1 no cor.eustirn. 1.111 ne u n 111 seem 10 : .. narce .Mi. 1. no am, irn inn whs care a sfrnw ahf:iil it. nr.il ssnt to murk to' , .1- .i v- , r , , , ' wli'ch w . . " - - ; rniue. 1 u prcei .0. i, one -gin 01 facheo : , , , ,. , , , repair 1. wiihttit a imijle murmur. ; ed ar,d inrreas tj fcrdlitv, and, under a .'id I'., I 1, nhf api limit") about each hill. Iupar-i , ' . thing that went into tho hacdii of ihe broker ! urither does gord lurk. ce' N J 3, oiic "ill of uoleachtd ashes was ap was a gold ring. With the pultry um ahe j jti. Fjr'cst bfgun to recover from that plied. Ai.d lo p trct l No. I l o gill, of la ith. got for thi. .be bought iomu littl. article ol J ,ery day. Sho wa. .n able toa.iUt in .he '.,d u, eie All ihe four row. g. comfort for ber mother. wimule preparations May herjan to rnik . , , . ,, , r ,, , , , , , ,, , , , , , r 1 1 ,1 , luxuriantly as did nil in the, tie d, and durum Tbe rent became due. Although they had , lor bar approaching marriage with Austin ' " beeo able to pay heretofore, they were utler- W are, (iho had contrived 10 raise enough of "l0 anou njje-01 gfi,n l cu a difcovt r no the need.ul lor tint interes'ing event. u.uvrerif . in the 1 zo o: the plant, ilia r umber May insisted that Bennie ihould bn prerenl of paf, on a ,u k D0, n lcn ,b or h)Jkk ,(( at Ihe weddini; : ard present ho was ; happv, . , . . . ., . 1 1 fact they opicauvl so very nu;-h alik", in all uuoarcuuy, aa ins huiioicst, iniy 111 ma own ... . . ... 1 , way, a. bo wa orig.n.l in ev.mhing. , 'hoe lespecta, lhal I doubled ii;iher I should I crol"- w,,h ,h "flP,,"n P !. As soon as Ihe knot woe lied, he placer! a fi.:d any u.touality hi the measures al harvest! ,rJ c,''v,!r' 1 co,1"ld'r buckwheat th best package iu .be hands of the b'i'Je, 'ellmj ' i l!y commencing early, ihreo crops of this Yet the resull, at ha'Ststirr; lhe crop, on ' 8rai" m be ,Uf,"?d '" "on ''"'g ' L . I. .ti t. r. I iT. -: a t - I' I h.a.,-1, cartful measurmi;. wa Hut the ashes had ia- ; mnKn wl" u" lounu ,U,",T" '"' uno,r ly unable now. Th Isndlord was one of those hard-hearted wretches who ought 00. .0 live to vex the souls of good Chris'iana. No appeals to his belter nature had any eflec'. lhe rent wat due, and he watiled it. If be could nol hive tbe rent ha wanted the rooms; cons'TjUei.tly the preterit lenanti would have ' i sorn, degree of energy will be communicated .'cure Ihe continuance of increas reae ng fertility, and, under a jiJi. cious iislem of rotary cropping, insure goad ! eropl.ftir a period of many year. ''Tie tolly in the evlreme to till j Kxtenstve fil l, and till them ill. hhrswil common sense ails laughing hy, ' A nd sure your hotiss ahorliva die ; . I ur more one frrtiia sere yields, '1 hail Iho huga or call b ol barrtn field. " Same hive lecoirirncndud mill! at an cl cnl'enl article for turning in ; bill, of all cu'li- 10 " btndle into lhe elreett," at h expressed , her it wat a wedding uifi. She opend it. I: it. In vain May pleaded fir a lill!e lime. It contained notes. o lhe amount often thiu-nd wa tint lot. She talked of the illness o! h?r ' po'ii'ds on tho lut U ol l .nlar.i,. mother. That was ueeles :.o ; and ihey j wa too great for Miy, and the fainted. c.ca.ed ihe qonniny in each of tho row where ; c'umstincet, for lhe most exhausted aoil, war ordcied to more into ih street thai ve ry day. The landlord had not been gone lonv be fore Crowne made hie appearance. M r in formed May he wa well acquain'ed wuh the late of affairs, and ibat il depended entirely upon herself whether lhe rent elmutd Lc paid or no. If she. taid th word, he would nol but wheu 1 VAhy hou'd 1 lake thia?" she akrd, ' it Wdi ap(,.j over nf iho one lo hid. and h,cb h? nn '"Hn tyclionble on jiIib had recovered. " Whai righ. havo i . ., 1 the score of expense or coil. I to receive so much money from 01.0 com k k.il lalran kia atetiwa bv the WIV aide. .... only eltle the auiuOnt. rdy lo taceive gratuili., or lo ply hi trade, f,, nnct a. th. benevolent were .i.poted. It. alwiy bald out hi hand to May a ah. patted ; and wba aba could the dropped in a peony out of bar m.ag.r purie. He received lhee fa vor, with gra.ilud. May had become 10 accustomed to tbi. that h. never went that way without expecting to lee biin, tod gave hill a nod of recognition, and a penny, if th pjr i' ivtly a ttrnn 'ei ! ! U'J greuirai y le.u ins ouiaim u ire m ir.a row " You are no d 'Ual asinnished, replied ihe to which one yill of leached tshet wai given. aeiisora-grmdrr, " lo si h mo 111 the posses-ion of to much monsy : bul let lint nm. I a growing old. You ahall ho my heir. 'u make a lady of . hav been an en;;el lo lhe lout ly old meniii can'. I love Iho lound ol yuur voice the From the I) Alar Setmpnper. Vocation til" the rnriitrr. Opinions ohtri exist Ihul the calling of the of expense 1 A PRACTICAL FARMER. UM Fugle Farm, Miy 21, lfc5'J. Mav Forrest wished .0 hear no more. She'eentle elance of your eye thi more than farn.or is x-iemoly liw mid vua', and ihould turned from bitn 10 dugusl, without even human gordieaa ol your heart. Ict ins puss deigning reply. ISrowne wetit away greatly diisalisfir-d j my diy near yr.u. All I havo 11 yuur Thai is not all the man chosen us your hue but no! without cherishing a arcrvt hopn that band was the only ion of my Irn nd friend ho should thus ultimately carry out bit de- lonij aince dead." signs. Theold m m ceatcd tpeakinT, and they ail li thi emergency May knew nol who to , embraced him, expressing their Ipvo arid gr it look to for atatslance. Her only fiiend who.lud in the most touching tnmr.er. Th') 0 sliuhneu oy all respectable peopm ing can he more ahvuid! S.ich wild fire no lions evidently cmanute from a wc.ik and nar row riiitid. Irit pjurldi ns ihe heart uioro ,1 .t Kins Mo ne renrc. W i h us iha motto aou'd be, whenever stone were lemoved from lhe field, put them into a wll. If ten rods cannot be made, make live, urw1 ilia r,ov( liM. tka A..IJ .. .l I I I (J i ii... .....w iiiv II'.IU IB itl,UgOCJ BOII more loose alone appear make five rod more but do nol throw ihem into the enrntr of lhe fence, nor into iho street. A lo the kui l of miltl Iia diaoaaed to assist her nutin Wmtm bad it to (para. She would hav. thought il unforiuiiaiely oul of the city. But ii was no lime f ir tnactioo. 1 hey mutt at leas, have tbe common necessaries of life, if they had n. o.oret and May went anin to her employer for woik. Her eyes were ollen, nd th. sctrcely looked at lhe scissors-grinder a ehe psaaed. " 1 would apeak with you, young woman," h. laid, uflici.ntly loud in be beard. " What would you ay t" h replied in a choked voice. " You are in trouble, and 1 would atk the .Irang. to have goo along without bearing the voice of" Old Beuhie," a h. wn ty led, cry ing " SciMor to griod ;" or, if. w.ll dret d porMat pamd ' Charity for ao old man." Tb. aeiMor. b. used so much owed tbeir keen dg. t. lb. .Id man', wheel. One. or twic. .ho bad a..i.id k'.ai to adjust md wheel, which aiicbieiou urchin had over turned. Of lata, bow.f.r, Mtj bad giveo night was apefit in joy and glad n ss. They wero all heartily tired of London; and lhe grounds ihe Forrest family hsd for merly occupied siere purchased, togrlher with lhe craater porli iri of the landa owned by Mr. I'rownc. An elegant munsinn was built, under the superintendence, of Austin, lo bu their future residence. The icisiors-gnnder p;ed lhe remainder of hit day with h"in in peace and comfort. May For 1 est, or more properly, May Ware, never resetted that iho said a k nd wurd to poor old mito. .t .1 i.i- o 1, . if j wall, we thould fke .0 tee post with two ban the if?'il of a we I cu ivjted fairn.de-! r ' eoruird with wbstunt.al dw.ll.n ... and ou. c' nn If bo.rd. . . building., and will, an abundance of fruit and . Ui"'n P"'"' ,ha w,"d ("1y """ve. ornamental tree.? No better evid.nce do we! ,,,e P0"" " 'J '"" liilent thai a wall with wired pod mty be made one. half a font thinner than when board are used, and yel be more durable. Tho post, (flight be .mailer, and the cost, on the wholu, much less. Culturiit and Gazette. rued to Le convinced of tho industry and thrift of lhe oniier. Such scenes never fail lo 1111 prest out! favorably. O (en du wo hear lhe ir q-ii ry , "how do you inunnge to raise tuch abundant crops grow auch dulictout fruit. keep such beauti ful stork and he surrounded by iu many of iho real luxuiiee of life? Indued everything about you looks ao iiiiiiinly. Lverybody Konp Slid lor lhe tar:iir. A J Downing .ay., " I havo seen an Isabel la grape prcduc 3 000 fin cluster of well npeocd frutl lu a (ingl .oa.uu by Ibt liberal CAROLINA INN, Cil.lilLOTTEV.c. f Mill Kabul establishment. ,..., ii,;.juu...ii,.i .i.. d . " .... v., ! uuilcfnt,,,. in the town ol t'harloKe, has been eeasian.iy k,? 0n by lhe present Proprietor, from the I ,...m j, av.,u au inai pistil, lime, lor lilt arnw. I-.:.... .. r ,t. s..i..i 1 .. iiuuaiiwu ui 1110 s un.ir, ana will CODIlttut If tv Til f-l.laliliahm.Mil lu. H anl....l . - - -v...mi.,ci sue 1 proved lo a very coi aiderable extent within tW last two years Ihe entire building; is in cowi,!m repair and is ao constructed that all the raH have abundant light and can be ventilated 11 sure. The Slabtee are not in'erior le anv Mo-.,.. lo any similar Kleblihiiiiil ia W estern N, 1 anions 1 ana cere win 0 nn mat ther -I .1 1 r I i.iji w M-pii,-q wiiii uuiiaisutTO .11 fob friai nu piuTriiui any auc-Huca vjr laiilliui and tin rieneed I lost li ra. ' I'!. . l H :il ...... . : . . ... ......... .... . ... . -w. j iniiion 10 tm .:.r....: ... -11 l- . .. I '' uii.isi-iiiiii au an woo miy psiroilise Ills l.ui and hesitates n t lo ray lhat, from ten vtsr.'..' perienee he will be eble to keep as the accooimt, dalioti al tha Culina Ion, in a style niiimii... ed by any Public House in (lis ir-riOT countr? and he Uses litis oppnrliinilv to return his c. dul repeel lo e feneretis Tublie for nasi fa,.,! and reaped ful'y solmls a continuance of tlH pairmiBaTV anu cuuuapnre, IiUU i;i!.S can, at all times, be aunulifj ,,i eoiivrnknt end wrll ehclosrd h,l, fr ofclism ...a r.......i ..i ..1. ....; .. 1..... ' .... ............ ..., Ki.n mi i,'w purer. JJ'The t'harlotie end t'arndeu. Starrs ,in mm tii.'ia ai a Mfij. JENNINGS B. KKHR. uci. is, if:i. 5 if Jewelry ! Jewelry!! f Jill E Sobtrritwr bsa returned from Ihe NorU m. and it now rtcrivmf and wprninj! a HKH ANl VAR1KP ASStlRTMK.NT Of Ilr liSSMllocU'd his stm k with gt'mi Care, Itiij U -unhssed a MOIIK KXTENSIVB DNC, tb has evtr before bersi apt-nrd in Hire place. J. niung ria variety ill be lour.d mj l.'tullrmrn IaJh. CtlJ p'V MvfT I. s east I. p ne J' Hold Chains and Krys, Medallions t ins Biessi I'ine, " Kar liinga, Finjef Kii (s, " llrrljl, Il.il I'llia, Ladies SoiaMiis, " t' iral Necklace, Tliiiuolea, Pitretaclca, I l.tols, R.im, M'aikltig Canes I'ouknivrs, Toe Tray a. Tea Siaavaip, llutter Kmvrs, I'crfunicry ; 0 A vakikty or famvy t:tMU. ri.vrrt W AliK, Sill 11) WARr8II.VKK l'l..sT(.l) CAS 1 UKS and CAN W.tSi U hi, Ac. it All of avhii.li he will dopoe of on aceuariw;. I taster le'o. ltjioltf nitrs lit) '!. I IIM.VIAS IROTTI K. fit, fM.S, lU. 41m IMS. KLlTl.S Aby.ssinia Mixture. Fur CaUitbs. luiliirntt, ('.nitn nf.t, Ptl, l.n vi I, linHiliI.u-. (ik-el, H.inr Albu, or L vv uites, Weakness, Ob.Oucttunt, Ac f.oi n riiut, N.C., Aco l,ll. Dr. J. Kuhl IXar fu 1 You will pi' sic forward In us as soon anr veiiirnl, s fra.h tii-o.l, 0 ,C lUstorer uf thi It and ihe Adysaima Mivlure, e have eoldeoiW some lirut The lic-loicr and the tkpuriiM i'ud.r, have proved lo be very rllirarwur h fiilliii H of Ihe ciiet. h lir iirnattm,.S.rs l;..U flaoimaii in. ol he f vi-r, libi!ltj, sr.t) ull.rr 'bit me diKasca. W e warrsnb d Ihe Ab) tsins .in lure 1 1 every pahrril, and 110 una has askce" isjo Iha in irici n turned, bul on lhe contrary, ikij on ins prsiid its trral tauat ve poaers. We ruioalrt Vonr.., rrsuet-riulf v. A A. I). W.UoNEYriTT. (VfteoaB, N. C, Julv SO, ltlS. Ir. hulil !ar lr t V have sold out allnf your A!iy"lni Mm 1. 1 il has (ivrn (elirs laluiftenan lusll Ihmi I linn- us- il it. We have warraned the Ao" J Mnuire in all rases on our own aeeoiinl) ran any, il has ur.vor la'ied. W e have d') t''1 for mure of Iha Ah) aoinia Mil. ure, and yoss-l pVase vend ua aa awn as po'tihlc such a which will answer lhe jrral demand. Vary rnecU'u!lv voiira. I'lllri R .V YuRKf. Lttltt fttm Major p.vjjifj Mt Di'iM, dm I t-reet -,( tiffrt. Mooaa Cwvrr. N. C, Pac. 23, IMS. llr.J .kuhl Uesrhti! A l.di in this cuunlv.sillicird with I ru'" I Com (il a 1 11 1, i'rolapaua I 111 l. I'mor soiiiewhai dr-raniji-d iimid,csiicd by ohjlfi'''!" 1 wai lor about twrlvii moi.ths allnndrtf ty re" our eminent phjrsieians, without anyritset.v every one suc e.sitely rier.larcd ber ItiriiraW. thai alia had to die. tihe then procured Its'' llet of your Ahynitna Mvmr fmm ni,el cured her entirely. Hha hs sine mirrifJi" ia in perl'tcl good lieal.h and happy. Tb' 'kl sin a .Vlniuri has likewise proved wry flue"1" in many other ili.ra.c., bit psriieu'arly irfr"" dira-es, in whii b it should have Ihe prefer" of alt uUicrs. 1 uurs olwdieu.lv. Trice forth Abvsainia Mixture perlw"1'1'! cents, 1 1'j At a. ;)0. I nn l.,.J I... ..I. TV, Kuhl' S' I alurer, f uivcrsal riaster.'Oold Mine IUI"'.tJ T J.IIUlaTUN. ""'. Charloile, N- Prliprry Jhmrli for mlr krrt. , I TKRMS. TWO DOLLARS per annum in tinni: 1" DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTS if be delayed Ihreo moriilisi and THREE Bv LA US if not p.id until the clos of rAdvertisemcnt Inserted at One PIU' J square, 1 8 lines or leas, Ihia tiscfl 'l' first insertion, nd 85 cent f "h f anoe. Court edvertiwnierilr.iirlBlirrirT' charred S5 per cent, higher t ni . Imbi of aat per cent, will b mad from v!. prices, for adverlisera by lb year. monla inserted monthly or n",,e! 'Kt r. 1..: nihil 1' ajiar tur cautl tlinv. - nmn ". per siiar fur catli lime. Lrruslinacra aia authoiUod lo ' ti