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Let Us be Friends Together. SV FIXLEV JOHNSOK. Let u. be friemli together, Whtl oa this arlh dwell : Lot a holy, part tnd ardent love Within oar boaom. swell. Lot as hr each olher'e burden. While jet oar hcirU ire warm ; I.t ue bear each other's orro. Id eunthiti and in storm. Let not the tows we otter Bo se an empty brelh ; But may lore's fire burn ever, Until ire steep in death. And aa we joorney on through life. To mingle with the dual. Our pathway to the tomb will bo The pathway of the jmt. 'Twill atrew our passage lo the grave With life's bright ninny flowers; 'Twill make oar grief far lighter When frianda and joy depart. To find that one will lore aa still With an unchanging heart. That we shall still he friends together, Ths truth I inward feel ; And even new the magic charm Does o'er my senses steal. I know that lore and honor dwell Witbm thy fair young heart. And friendship's fair and pleasant form Shall nevermore depart. Btitimort, January, 1851. black silk bag with loselte oo it, which shows over b e vh iulder a a portrait, which is supposed lo be taken from hi position '. this interacting time. I did understand that man persona wanted hun to rida to the aiate ! . . . . , . J . i: house in coach and lour or an, ana i in guard in uniform, but hie goed seuse and 1 tound heart prompted hin to put a veto en all I don't believe that we had 1GMSMC VI TV RAM. i ' I Improvements in Farming. i Improvements in griculturt ro lsy ' ftradtiat. and thev ere mure to before there l J.,' hl. iKcl as. Hst.a r e j W8I in circulation of k no leave anions Ur- I . - ' I . L - ft ....&wa .La nl ihnl t i nf 7 V 0 ; . mera by means of agriculture nswspapors. 3. line n n- .... w...... .... . out ii::'i. He n never In be forgotten '"wine ') ruth bears a plant or the sea rolls it waves." Bat our ambiiion great and some suahed and thought it good policy to make a dignifird an appearance a the Euro peans, but not mixed with royalty. i The Invisible Foe. We i,iy i In v.- that the best juke in the world lme occurred is our colleges, and the one we are about lu narrate is as true as it I is amusing. It transpired in the "Old North 1 State j Oae of the P.ofessors of College ': was in the habit of eiercmng a surveillance over tbe students a'ter nightfall, which was by no means agreeable lo them. He was ac customed to slea! csu n-us'y along the corri dor of i i.e c.illr-ge, nd whenever there ap peareil to lie any. tiling goinj: on nnl prescrib ed in ihe " R jles," he did not hen'-ste to peep ; through the kev hole, and " lake an obverva- i . tion." Sj.ne of the students resolved to cuie ; hi in ol this propensity, and ihey hit upon the following expedient : In the couise of iheir a'k, lliey had In. Farmers live necessarily so remoto from each other, that without leading on the sulject they cannot be extensively acquainted with practices snd improvement at a distance from ihem. Hence it was long before any other settled principles wero estsblished than these that were hind- d dawn from father to son. The editor cf this paper can well recollect hen the knowledge of the sdisntsgea derived from a rotation of crops was cinfintd to a ve ry few farmer in this quarter uf the coun.ry. He heaid tbe .uljecl talked of by o'd farii.er., but it was nut extensively practi.ed sixty years ago. The first settlers had their tillage lunJ, their moifin" l,md, and their pasture land, separate and di.liocl fioru each other. The ullage land produced corn and potatoes, and ioine imes other heed crops, ss beans, &c, ore vear the next year. N i one though! of buy ing gras for d to lay When green sward is turned in order to be tilled there is a great mass of vegetable mat ter, grass and its roots, that is soon conver ted into active manure. This is t material aid to the hoed crop. It is clear gain for the mass of roots that sccuuiula'e in a few year and form a clo a swud, art only in ths way of a new grass crop if suffoied lo remain in the sod. But when the sod is turned they are nut a nuisance but a maa of matter that rots snd goes directly lo form the next crop. In this light we see the obvious tdviiilsge of changing land from grata to grain and from gram to ;:an, Now a sandy loams, or light loams, will not tear many crops in succession without re novation, let the mode of laying doo to grass be what it may ; a question arises whether, after a cup of corn ar.d another of grain has JUt'OS . . . a " - No. 138 Fulton SI., W. Yoi k, i No. SO l'o)drai M., New-Orleans, t lucoaroe.Tto sr thStto Ncw-Yoaa, WOULD call Ihs attention of s discerning pub lic to the following Invaluable Medical Preparation-, (among other,) nunulactiiied and sold by the said Company, at their Depot, 13d Fultuo alrcct, Ne Voi k to v. it: GAY'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF CANCI1A LAL.UA, From a California plant nf rare medical virtues. Pub licly admitted by Dr. Tua$md and olhers, "to be lar belter Ihiin Sarfapanlla." A certain ture lor Fettr and As', t'enpss, ( erfs, liflarutn, Alhm; Hranehiiit. S-.iofuta. Vout. Rhmmuliim. AeMreifie, Eryiipltt. Lumhag: l'aralyii$, I'lruiify.JjunJirt, ( atlirenrin, i lies, jniiy. tsmyy, "r mt fUint, Nertoui Afrc(ion$, Cmlamout Ihtmitti, and all diseases onginaiirg in eon.fiialioa of the bowels or impurity of the blood. Among thousands of ;ertifiYate of others who have been cured by this itmlUt medtcint, read ths following conclusive testimony : Sis: You sre aware that, ss the originator of the Ur fenberg Company, I mut liaye had my at tention called to Ihe numerous medicines prentnted . .i li: . I I . I..L.-.1 . ik besu taken olf, the bnd will not produce ss . F" ' !"K- ,M this country, by yooicelf, and sm free lo say thai no medicine .lands o de-ervidly high as your eitract of Ihat valuable plant. In my own family I have largo qmntititsof hay after the grain and corn, as if the grain snd corn had been omit ted and the land had been tuined over and rril m extraordinary elliuicy, in ihe cure ol a enn- j ., ,:,!,, ,...,. firmed cae of bronchiln. ror all cnmplaints which sowed down w.thout pUnling. ( e pfom)jl ind hot0llf h pUnni.,Uon of ltle This is a q ies ion that comes oOtne to eve. , blond, I deem vour (arAe(fue far, very f.r supo- r . , i n .I.-..I rior to any ol the Awrsopiriiijs ol the dy,nJ with rv farmer, and it ought to be well con-iueretl , , , .. r , , 7 ' ' " , them all 1 am DC 1 acuuamttd. bv them. Numerous trial aie neccasary be- fore any very positive conclusions can bs sr- ', rived at. H e nny iheonze and go to chem- J. T. MnilULL. OXYtilNATF.D DYsrECTIC fil lTrRS. Yut the cure of Vyiprpnn, Otntral Viidiiv Ha bitual Cntivrneii, ifC, and all di.rato ariMng Irum i..i -i. .1.- i - 1 1 ' ' iai- fir mAv'it lull nnnn nf iriem can tell ua iiniwrri-t Hirpstifin t-,t drrunvril alumarh. 1 hiR ... . , , i . .i., j medicine has certified by Ihe lollowing gentlemen, an, thin2 about .1 unless they have made ac , . tual trials. 9 f . I . . n. .Al...; n r.rm . Ilf. P ., . . i e m queiuiT seen, ai i hcxihi'm An old man communicates an article forp " , , l c o f t nm black ram, which was perfectly lame, and the Syracuse S:ar, on the olden time, from i ' r . . i n f'which had beeo tsUj-ht to buit any one, who which we copy the follomna remtnucencs of i s . Wasbiogtoa and Franklin. On the 27th of September, 1799, if I am correct a to the eiact time, the convention in that city agreed upon the Constitution of lua United Slates- This instrument is next in importance to the declaration of indepen dence, and many of its noble signers were members of the convention, and General Washington was President. During thai in teresting time, the general, when walking the streets, was alone, and in deep study person met him sod made a very obsequious j bsw, be wss careful (o touch his beaver, but keep his head in tbe same stud.ed mood. On J morning he came into the state bouse, w her i be j coneaiion sal. He passed through the crod , in that manner. Ha was then dressed m a appeared lo challenge him by s'ooping o bjwing his head. They managed, one night to entice the ram lo the college, whers the secured him in an empty and dikened room, and fed him the nex' day. At night, just be It is ihniii'ht bv msnv farineiS rior tlFicarv. to wil : L. S. Arnold, formerly timer- down tillage lind to glass, and on first seed-, j no, 0f Rhode U.nd ; W. Woodbridge, U. S. S. na- j i .. i. ir .r ,k- I r " ing lor mowing miu pasturing inn cnmi ui inc i ba-n was usjal'y the on!y s.cd to be sown i with thu E:ijil'ali sraiti in the spring. Oct- I sionally a nice farmer oould sjvo ssquaie1 rod or two of h a herdgrast to stand for seed i out tbis wss by no means the general proc-1 lice. I It was so uiual to keep all these lots d a j line' some for tillage, some fur mowing, and j some for pasturing that in describing a farm I for sile a very general practice was to rtpre- . sent it as "sjitably divided into mowing, till- I EMPIRE COMPANY VANILLA SIIAVIxq Tbi plendid Stp superior to a!) oli.e la i her pruduccd by H inntaniaBioui it a .the dry on the lacs i it i. or a very fme tLll?rf acltr; prevents all (hop,, and heals cut. . . &e.. almoel immedialely. , '"'"rki SolJ, whulesale and retail, by the triat Ct,n LAUNDRY STARCH POLISH. Vtrful es wttl as mrntmtntal It irn k .... poh.h to collar, bo.onis, &.o, and gr'atu (.,, " the process of irnning. Nunc but tho4 wh.'i."' used it ceo appreciule its merila. 8tld k , 1 and r.t.,1 by lb. Ellmt l)R. BENJAMIN RUSH'S CELEBRATED HEALTH PILLS. The great philanlhroput and eminent nhu Dr. Wery.mm Ku,k. invented a uni.rraal itZT dipeape, and denominated hie infatUUt lltaltk l? Ilia immenic praclic and wonderful eon . ' and certified il, Ihe sr Was ultrm ,.r .."c r,V be don nothing else lor Ih benefit of m.nki J to commemotat hi nam a a public k.,..?'." K..r all bilie.ua coinplainu. snd a a pu,ifi rf .. blond, the world is chsllenged lo produce it. the ornrn.al i.nii ,. .m k- .l. rirc iro tor from Michiean : J. T. Mooichoune. I'. S. Sena- years af'er the corn end grain have besn tak-' tor fmm Kentucky; J. K. Simmon., Iioin Rhoda ,r , , .it , . .1 . I Inland ; Samuel S. I'lieln, snd William t'phsni, en ttrand base h,d thcr turn at the manure, ftm VefBlon . ,, D. tvurnm Co.utcii. ut II. as i! the gra-'S sh iu d go w ilh the uianuie and Eool, M. V. from Perm.) Ivama i VV. H. Merlin, truni . . , , .Wisconsin; tien. I) difr from lna; II. P.S'ne, .upersede the crop, of corn sml gra n. !nBik jn 0UM , ,,;.;(:. c. Trowbridge. E This may be the case, snd yet it msy not Detroit, Michigan; smnrlll. Moure, Eiq .M.ddie . . ,. i . f ton, Conn.; tieorue W. Jone, Surveyor (Jenersl, inlerleie with the practice of .owing gra. on , Dubuq,le.. j. lJoIle w.lUtr., N. tSgrn swsrd furrow in August andSeptem PaIX KILLER. bcr for we sow at that season Isndl that aie ' This medieinsl prcparauon has iut been put into .... . mar kel by the Coni..ny in New Y nrk, and bid. 'atr oat ell adap ed lo corn and gia.n. j to c, tll 0herf into lh, o holding in.'an- Rotatinn of crop i advocated by many on taneou. control over ell iii imh atlecliou., iheuma. . . , , ' li-m, inllufi la, tooth and cir ache, .Ve. Thi. 'aiq different ground. Il I .apposed that corn f,(i,r ,(i.pIei ,0 ,h ,tM,l , eiiern.l u.e. lore th. usual time for the Prufessoi's espmn- j P"'"re land and erain reo iire di eient luod roin ffrasa injvniiniinijimiiis i ora in uie tuin And lo this dav nia- ' , . , , .. . , cr of lr4J, during the ch .lers. tnd other nlanls. and that bv rota ion we a-1 r , . ... ....j ... ge, thev turneJ Ihe rain out into the hall,; "7 advem-ements ol lartn lor sale are ?olj the soil entnely of materials; I, the sore.t and mo.t ..ircrs-ful anin'e ever 'hsMtii fi st shod him with pnosnf blanket.. u'dly descried m the same s-lor a,l lar- , d cultivated plan's. Tbst , j".0" fuf cur.ng dc. ne... The ear i. th. I I,,, ,1,., iht .Hanio... of rota. I delicate structure of the body, ecept the eye, and IL.as perfecily black, and, ol course, mviei- i "l8r " u,y ,efl ln a?l,n BS ol ro, : j, ,0 ,ycorn may Uke up certain maten-jis therefore oflener injured than benefitted by .vren !ba'm ada.k cornd.r. His sie,., also, was j i erop. Amorg good firmer, sll lhe,r j fc culi.v.led plan s- f 1' certain rem.dy wbrr. b.....g u..d,. i , u k.,. ...... ....-...- ,h.' land near home capable of tillage ir. oc.!,.L . . ; "w.e of water. Hchm, or pain cfl.c. th. ,.r. jj- I no suiess, e ne poin.uutu a. (-n '",-j i inn i. u .ij iuni m.; iao uj. n.i..,. CI1EI 1CAL CLEANSING FLUID wide bail. P1eseDtlv, the rrlesor cam . ''-- I materia s that rx : in the oil J rj e snd wlieat , A new aud impurunl dueovery by which d ry n i,,..inn n.-nererled PSSture land not excep ed ohen rotallJO IS , . . . m. hi.K Clothe, are made perlVclly clean. wiikiI any rob. - "j- -" -, r ' i i toaards a room nheuce issued rather unusual sounds. As be s'oopfd to apply his optic to ha key-boie of Ihe door, the ram, lekmg It ss challeng-, aave h ninbled him heel ir r e.d convenient. , , , i , cioine are iniao prrirciiy cic.n, wiiikhii any roe. nd obi. may tak- up o'her maieria's, which bwg of rr 1Iljljri , ldJ, ry ,u This practice of keeping one lot for tillage, nj'her for moing, and a third for pasturing, I .. j J l.l I.J... l!l ...L.i...... . a uluful bu'.i, and " cic" J ""- " u,u 'UJ' ,hi lou'd siy,"frora our salon ancestors, are nut screeable to the grass plants. This . wear of the cloth. theory seems reasonable, and if we. I fouodedj BE SURE ABOUT VERMU'UtlES. it affords sdditianal erouod for practicing on . Some kill t.'ie tUUrtn a. well as the worm., and P. eking him- the only .ate article that kill, the trams and rotation system. ; n, h, ci,,ij nj, ,d id by ihe said Com- Etpenence also comes in aid of the theory ' pny. It rt quire a le. prnpenioned die, and i. at ,.., A in n . a.t .ni.h. mong wnom IBI. Oivisionanu special app.o- . ,. ,nJ ,, k.. Ka..,.. . !.n, .T . " K niain citizen. drss blue coa'. rocked hat. hair n.eued. and ha0,in down hi. esck-i'6" M " - cuu . " , , . .. "' . ....... Pr h t lnJ,lry lo lhe cun,lllutlon th.n sny other ' ' ' . L. . . .... I.. . I ,.ik. ,t,r nnrl nnrA wiinovii . .... i.... . ..... . .u :a ,1, allin lllnJ,,. j.n,.nt.... Ih.i i. venrillupe. H. went "ie"1' " u . . .. tl o ciii.i.iimi.iii"'l " ... ....... mi. u nik.ran. Arn m nfln ins 9. inn i ... . ' Hthii. ernnt in succession should never ce tan. I.n 'Inn lanners cnaneeo in's pracrce mo . t-.. fknarflerefl a. m I hf ffth Dn n . i i more prostrated. Tbis amusing illu.tration i n'.atiic Convention. Prtsen'lv the veoersble ... .. tp Frinklia wss brought ie his sedan by two 'of tbe ups and dowis of h(i con'inued some recommended a ruiation of crop, it made qui'r i ; en from ths sirne field. In li e Slates, how. I : . ..1 L...I. ...artu an iinnrAmart mm; thsy set him down o the ballot the j . a stir there and s locked u,on as a new era . . ... t ' i : uitru ucclc u w: ui" - ...... ... s:a!e bouse, opened the door ana ncipea dim out. He had the palsy, and rouM m i r.' bi fcet effthe floor, but sbufH d al.-ipg 'o ihe convention, and took his seat a. a meinVr. IIAV8 LINIMi:.NT-(Foa Piles) Tlie Empire Company aie Ihe propnetore and ni.nu'actiirera of lh. j i.'ly celebratid linsinvnl. The next iiiurrni)L il.e worthy Professor I,U., M.,,n,lhi!l"m"'"8 Uni" ,r"0 "l8.e was si. ii) w.t - n lie was a speaker, but in th debi es upon a , knotty quettioa he woti'd illustrate his ideas bv camnsrison. for ins'snce: "We must da as the ioicers do when thev want to rr. . - i a good joint, take a tittle off one si i and a lit- t'e off the other." Ha wa of middle s ze, nrettv thickssl.had lare ft-s'.ure., and alas . . , i ed on his pirit, I surpase, wore spectacles. I r ,,,, , ... , I AI.er the grailualion uf the n"Xt da.., he When General We.hing'on was inugu ; , , , r j .- l iliqu r-'d of one ol ihe baccalaureates il he had raleu for the second term as rresiuent ot the ; : nol a h ind in the aiveuturss 01 mat nigm, ever. h i ru'e is not much rersrdrd at pre llrwa's Ntava awn Ito.M I itAKt-iT, for bhroma- ' r 1 1. n..- ... r... o.. k listed descent u ine I n aiuru.eui sen., oin8 .u 1110 .uuuoiu.. ui K"' SCI Ji.DJ,CH lUiienv. l!iTrsn W.Tr.a. if. Profus.or was not fuffi-e 'U huub) h:s fall , " r lu u ! matter in new soil but w hen this abundance It alo b the agency of the Neauti B.u. , i.i' We ycoileet, while a student of law, see. n ' . . . .... ... a , tbe Garav luui Ursroy f. fit., cramp., con. ind.iab'e h m fl 1 . . ha made t-acks , ' ' . . ' ,' disappears it is proh.blo that the European ; Ae. , tl been a.l..,ini,i.r,d uh a.too- G .on .... e.t. The lib. - practice mual be aiJopted rvng s Uencn a c.ise in wnicn a leniu was. .. L.nat Cor, Ll'REKA CORN SLAVE ! This inv.ln.l.l :..:. . . . lie with lh. em... cofidenco in ,i. .mwrl.,',,, cell, nee ; il h.i,,g been fully ' ht" in priv... pmcliee. by . ..;. ta ejly. for je.r.. h , mlil ,fftClu,; eu; " B..ny..B,, t -h.lbl.i... fuu, BfulK ' Sold. .IT ulc and retail, by lh Enrias Co.run. INDIAN MOTHER'S RELIEF. A new and important article, entirely d.ft,,.. from any thing of the kind ever befoio tff,i . pamphlet, descriptive of this len.tdy. i. . j,t. ...oiher. at ihe i-ffice of Ih Empire Company Kullon .lreel.or may be bad from tb Drwtwi. thi" olace where tin. n.ir i. n.....j " J"''3I- ft, CAROLINA. INN7 VMt.mt.oTTi;, .v. c. 'MIK ebove ritabli.hincnl, siloaUd ka Mti . Sireel, third lot North nfllie Public Sean, in the low n ol ( harloile, lis. been cen.lanlly k( oin by ll.e prew iii Proprietor, from lb lit 4 j, i-io io ,i,r prewnl time. Tor Ih arm, mndaiion ol ihe Pub.ie, and will continue Is n lenl open for ths .u c purpose. The K.ieblthr.enl ha. bet a enlarged ans m. proed la a vety em siderable eit.nl wilhia lit last lo year.-lheei.lir building la in eom.'iu. repair and is so cen.trucled that all the row., have abondam light and can be vrnUlatad si sH uie. The Stibles sre not m'erior to any beloer s to any sum r K.I.Wi.hnu nt in Uclern wk Carolina ; and car. will be take, that they MtH aUsy. be .U plied with abondsnee nf good tin and provender and attended by faithful and iih. r.enrrd tlcnllcra. The Subwribrr will use every etertioB login s-li.Uri.on lo sll who m.y p.Uooias bis llc. snd hes.iatet not lo ray thai, from ten veart' et penence he will he able lo keep up lh accemaw dation at Ihe Carolina Inn, in a.iyl. l turpi, rd hy any Pub.ie I loose in the talerier counl'r snd hatake this oppirlunily to return his tar dial re.pert. to s gfner.u. Tublic for peal fw and re.(t-iful'y .o'irii. . eootinHaoco of tint patrnnare end confidence. DKtiVDRs tsn, ai all times, be topphed onk conveoient and rl! ei.clo.ed Iota, frM of chsrrt, and foriu.hed with grain .1 low prices. Hi" I h. Charlotte .Bd Canvien 8tge anin h.ii in Hccaiy. i JEN.NINCS B KERR. Cxi. 13, 1MJ. 5,f i era'.t-d eii;.mi. fl d, toards his home. : i hing aueceta, and la s near s specific a. snylhmg ; i. e. . . ..,. . . . i . ft. , ' . . I uni 1. mi ... n.w ri lu in. prillKI Bl P"J' we have.o.ne feet that g' to show .,c., miny 0f bo... u ih,. ai .. th, ,ly aued for converting mead..wland"-tbat is cen . n ty J0-n ,linusily remedy Lord CVk i r i.. i -.ie, i . j floor of ihe ball very close'y for some tracks ,ne ueal wiu tue, s v.. ; nol otly wuhoul pn j id ce to the il or crop, lul, nd ihe n u'ra .r .(c6. .. They were bit i . II. .tj.ttrl it I V. m nmninn f.f lh. I!iilirt lhit i . . ;.,....i.J k. il.. I lr I....J ...A .... J . - i. t A i. ih. .kiii..i n - - -K .i .nh il..m.ii. In hiilh. 1 he U nnn n ant ....... . . u, ... u.. u . . urn- "nX " "1. V ,M,nl. .Koharl h.red .h. land, for fen ' V . .. . ' ver.al remedy (or di.es. his noc urns' foe. He sought in vsm, how on the same scrs for a great nunber of )ears, DU. lll'RIi'S HEALTH rn.Ls. Tl.e (renuine Itui I fi l r. birmlcu and rff'C 'ever ai d lor dais the lo.s sry ra'her prey. me -.enini, wno nau nirro ine iano, io, .we,. f ...bat)u ,h- ty-one years, bad no right lo con.s.l mowing ; , f , b ichh,.al )Unt, thoUkh I DR. BARTHOLOMEW'S FXPECTOR ANT 11 N K (YRI V 00 kind of plant see:i;S to unfit the soil for m'numc.oreo pcrieciiy pure ny me s.id t ompa- ' i nv. Ine enncrh. en!fl. ti.iria II. th .iri. Inn.. A . land in'o tillage or tillage into moving, he cause it was not omy a nia.erm injury io mo , . . DU,k,h, aa. ..:..r.v." I',".: i... I. - arm r.r,,, oo. i. c.....Kc. .o uc.b..r.u - , Buckwheat is aro n from tear to ve sr . crn"n c5e n" wt. a"r "" thuruiigrry land begged hi n if it were so, to explain to j him the in v cy. When the exolanalioo was I given, the Piofe.oi convulsed wiih laugh. failed S:s lee Congress sat in Pm adelphia. Long berore the hour of iniu-;u'ation the sen ate chamber and ltcus? a. crowded. The ladies were in the sena'e-cha'nbcr. A apace directly at tbe end of the senate-chamber was Lent nnen. Three chairs in front of the j L., r... ii. r-i .'.t.L M lh3r,i for SIH.U .116 KVpi IICC AU'JIi' 1. U -, j . , , , . . , ,. . Southern Literary Uutttle ' tbe word passed from the door to the cnam i T ber " lie's come ! he's come !" li s chariot ndpai!drovetolhesena!e.hou-ed or. I he ; if ,here sny greaur plea.ure in the world, general walking through the cro.d with a. t htB ths, mhicn t ynwi hu,bsr)(! and lfe el. on ths same ground without manure. cited. Tlie fenuine is only lo be hid of ihe Cum. I piny. lodmn corn. too. miy possibly be an ex- MAGNETIC HAIR RETORER AND lwiti The praelice of rotation cf crops is now so 1 , .... , .... i OK.noll. CCOIIOII IO IIIC LIVIIV'K, I u . , 11, ! J U V .... - i il.. L- e b umver.il, tnsi younjj rarmers can nirmy ue ihe land, which hid been Isised to hun ss so much mowing land, so nuch lillag land, j i cri p does well I fly ihe ue of llii. arli, le, lllil he.d'd nerwin. lor twenty .ears in lurcfllion on have the liead rr.Trred Kiih a Rim liiii.ri.nl ! I.... L. .......i. ..f ,.U ... .1.. ik.u tinn i - L . I i f. it 1 1 . , ter, si d said .hat, hod ho discovered the ,ke , " - - lh, Mm, e,cun,j . tlld , hough we do not , "' m f r V . ' ... . .., 'up recot'.ectiun of by gone years though ihey ' . . , . , , r ..J n.Wer,e, .. certified by ihe following ,r. at the time, he shim d hiv pardoned it au ; ue 7 6 e choose to p'ant it 10 yesra in rurcenion, it : oni (among other.) having Iheir hair re.im.d hy he uni5h. fun of the thing ""'S" ' r , not because e 'ear a failure of the liarve.t, : , . " " ,e .'"c:"" of ploughing up the mowing ff'ound. snd teed- . . . i ' " ,.: ' . ",u '. " f i but became lack the manurs Inst must ; Margaret I noniav, J-'J H.-nome. A Clirg. enr. !(.. ingdown the tillage ground, once every fw ,na cnfB j. !,,,. he,. ! " ",d R'i"e'on. .Daniel Kitsjer.UI. In Chr..t,e; Mm. Ilrunnell, id llirysticj nd J. J. Ander.on, No. it'Jl Centre s n et. The A'bany Dutchman a)S : 1 H'e wonder j yeirs bss had a moil sennble effect in 'be be used whenever the corn is planted, W hers : th soil is new aid so rich ss lo need no ma much eases, irno person was near him. Hajpef.eoc .henllieyeal their first dinner from look tbe middle chair, Cb.ef Ju.tice Cush.ng j own Bn0l,lnyi on tl,e !iril day they spare, vsns.-able person, w.m s tsrge J commenc housekeeping? wig, lee nglt, on oena'or L,3ngaon, or New Henpshire, then president pro tern, of I ike Senate, and an elegant person, took the i loft cbsir- After they were seated a little lime, Senator Laogdon rote upon bis feet. faeei General Washington, in the most res pectful anannsr, snd a.ksd him if il was his pleasure lo take the oath of office as the Presi dent ef tbe foiled S ste.. The general tben with email paper io bis left hand, made a short address. Tben tbe chief justice rose w.'h a large open bible and held it to him. 'Unplaced his right band tipeo the book, snd repeated Ihe oath af.sr tbe chief j'jitice. Wbea the general repeated (ve name after lee .chief justice, "I George Washington,'' f seemed like an electrick shock t my blood ran cold. Wbea this business was finished toe general sat down. After a few minutes M rose up, made a graceful conge to the right and left of tbe chamber. I he ladies and gentlemen kept their sea's for some I me, end tbe creed left the bouse ss if they were lesviag a church. Daring the peuse, wbile tbe general wss seeled, I looked around lo see if all eye were riveted oo him I can't say that 1 saw a siegle person looking another way. At this lime be wss io deep mourning for e nephew, Msjor Washington, who lived at his bouss in Mount Vernon he had a mourning small eword. II bad lost much of Lis long lisir, and what eras left via lied ia little We exr.ee! nut.' No great pleasure if Ihey are placed in tbe BETH ESD WATER. Tht llraii g Wefrrs ) Bnhniiot perfect cure for ail dnen.t. ol the .kin, .uch a. pnnile. and blotche. on Ihe I'.'e. tetter., tin, sun burn, irriW. i .... .il.iI. ..... ...I :.. Prouu.ioii ui oo.il list, alio ijiaiii. I r h I nure, corn is no Tor many j ears in succes It is to rotations c( crops that we are prm 1f.p cipally indebted fur the aUndance of mer j Thus .etilers of ihe valley ef th" Mohak rhsniahle hsv that is now nroilnced on a'l told us Ihey h id oo'.d harvei's nf corn from ! tion of Ihe kin, cu's, b'ui.e. .nd conlo.n.ni. I'er A f.,..,. Tl .K,.,.,l.,e. ..h'.. ... i the same fields for suteen ) car. in ..iccemnn, ! U sl'ler .having will not sotT. r In.m II. our good la r in. I tin abundance eoso se u ... , . . n i u of ihe rat.r j in a word, its hea in. onalilie. are , without any deteriorating The same ' ;., ..,., ; . , , i,"".' to keep rur -lock better .0 SS 10 .upp'y milk , , . . ' f f . I "'"""t para.lel in the history ol I'l aroisey. No e ! we il l not be Inn cave ol wheal or of anv i I .J. n. i...,i t... ... .i u . i. These " white crop." for! The Ennui Commw ha. the sol. agency for it. predicament in which a young friend once through thn winter snd to mike our oxen larg. . E-igli.h grain found herse'f. She intended to have a very nice roast for dinner, and a delicate pudding ' ef some sort ; but the! being ignorant of ex 'perimental cookiog, and depending upon the : book, she made s great many mistakes in the management of her meat, on pari of which was burnt to s sinder, snd el of which was bad ly basted, floating in e mess of grea.y wa ter. The gravy was full of lumps snd Issue less, (he pudding little belter; and lo cion all, ber mihngar y,' real mahogany too, """dy losms, and fortunately it io happens which she foolishly sel out for show, instead j thsl those clays hsve not the same nsed of s of the humble pine table displayed a bosrd j frequent change ss the light and looe loams white blotch upon its polished suiface, after the j have. They hold the msoure. that hsve b'-en meal, in con.eo,";nce of tbe young houseir' : applied to them in tillage much longer than thoughtlessly placing the hot dish upon n, j the light loams do, snd they are ofien permit with out any protection beneaih. She was 'ed ,0 ',e r,, rr ei,ih, or ,en y68' '" moriified, and her husband annoyed. So ! succession j lule sandy loams are not expec er and stronger. Ve know of very many farms that now produce ten fo'd more English hay than they did fifty years sgo. Farmers are not uniform in iheir course of rotation, aoJ Inert) is no settled term of years sgreed upon for tillage or for grnt. Much depends oe the nature of the nil and the cae with ahich a change from graa lo grain, aud the contrary, may he brought about. S ill clayey soils sre not so easi'y broken up a much 'or a defective housebo'd education. It would be well if all who commence like our young friend, meet with equal suecei. ; for, determined le excel as a housewife, .he .pared no psio. to ettain to perfection, and sbe is new a most excellent cook, ouesger, indeed ell that a husband cou'd wisb. K. A. D. W hst did a blind men take at breakfast and recover his sight t An.wer He look a cup and ia st. led to yield well for more than three or four years without snother stirring and another course of tillage. Some farmers choose to plant a field two succes.ive summers before laying down again lo grass, while msny others p'ant but one sum mer and then sow grsin with grass seed in the following spring. This latter class have one greet advantage over the other. They ge the rounds soooer, end are more able to give all their fields a dressing before soy of tbe first sown suffer from delay. years in surcesnon in .ew lurk snd Ufiio hae disqualified tome of the beat sill (or wheat, and nnly dirninu'ive crops sre reaped where rotation is disregarded. .Uais. Ploughman. Jewelry! Jewelry!! f I'llE Suh.criber hs returned from the North, Jm. and i. now receiving and opening a RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF lie ha. teletrd hi. .lot k with g.eul rare, and bus purchaned a MORE EXTENSIVE ONE, than lie. ever before been opened in this place. A inong his variety mil be found a Gtniltmrn tnd Ladin Cold and 6'rrer A-trr and L'pine iold Vhainn and Kcyx, Medallion", Fine Hreixt Pins, " Ear King.. " Einger Rings, 14 Bracelet ., " Hail Pi.,., Ladies Sci.eors, " Coral Necklace, " Thiiiulea, Spectacle, Pinto!., fi ji ir. Walking Canes Tenknive., Tea Tray , Tea SjKion., Bulier Knives, Perfumery ; AND A VARIETY or FANCY GOODS, PLATED WARE, SOLID WAKE, SILVER PLATED CASTORS and CANDLESTICKS, Ate. A.c. All of which ha will dispose of on accommoda ting term.. (LTCield pnrclin;d. THOMAS TROTTER. CAar.Vfe, r 5,1m o,f 'rale. BL'FFt'NE'S PAIN EX PR ACTING AND HEAL. ING IIAI.HM. It cures slmoat in.tant.nenu.ly, burns, cute, brui.ee, swollen j nnl, enrn-, humon., and tonth. ache. Whenever .Is virtue b'-rome kuonn, il is re. garded as an indi.peiisable article. Sold aa above. FITS! FITS!! FITS!!! yrrrine Balm and Indian Krmrdy The Empire Company fisung obtained at mm h espenae, ihe f.'reol Indian Rtmtdy, a Ntrtittt Ihltum, which ia hccimlng so celebralid for all ncrvcus .(feci inn., enper ially epileptic and older fus, crnvul.ions Ac, would re.naclfiilly call the allculinn of phy.icians and tho afflicted lo il as forming a new arilidole in the Irea'.nicnl of the.e dreadful due.ui. hurelorore thought to be wholly incur.ible. Any person .fleeted by fin or nervous sflccimn., who .hull porchifn I lie Nervine llnl.arii and pi re. vere in its u.e, and ia not radically cured, or rno.l eentially benefitted, shall have their money re turned. Tin. invaluable medicine can be procured in this r ity on'y of ihe Empire Company. HOl'CK'S PANACE! Having (ucceMfully negotiated with Dr. F. Ifaueh, (nn and successor of the lata Dr. Jaco I lour: of Raltimnre, now deceased,) lo manufacture hi. celebrated I'onnrtt, exclusively for Ihe Empira ('nmpnny, we take greet plea.ure in o (Turing it to Ihe public and the oJRiclrd. a. one of Ihe most invalua ble and remarkable Vtgttahir Compound! of the age, for Ihe r.urf of almost every ill that " fle.li is heir In." It ha. .tood the le.t, in competition with all other medicines, for utrnlrrn yrari, and performed cures unparalleled in Ihe annals of history. By procuring s pamphlet from the Empire Cnm pany, or Iheir agent, the wonderful cures performed by the Panaess can be seen. The public are cautioned against purchasing " llouek'i I'anactt," onlo the label i signed by Dr. F. Houck, accompanied by the seal of Ihe Empire Company, as all other .re .puriou.. IMS. KIJIIIAS Abyssinia Mixture, For Catanht. Influents, Cnalivrness, Piles, l.rt vel, lienon I.e., Olcel, Floor Albo., or Ik Whites, Weakness, Dbsiittciion., Ac. Chi d Hu t.M.C.. Ace I,1S?. Dr. J. Kubl-Dtar Hir : Yoo will p!r.H forward lo o. aa .so si enn verntiit, a fre.h .npplv of il.s Restorer of tbe Rkss ai d ihe Ahywinia Mivtur. oe have sold out Iw loins lime The llrMorer and Ihe Depurann Powder, hsve pn.vtd lo be very ifhr.rieBi lu folliie.i ih chel, Kheumeii.m.More lji. It fl. mm. I ion. ol I.e Eyes, Debility, snd elberek r.t: di.ea.e W warranted Ihe Abssin s)lir lure lo every pslient, and no one ha.a.krd Isfd Hi maney rrlurnrd, but oo th ewnlrary. triij one has praied us great .anal s poaers. W. ruu.ain ynura, respecllully, A. 4. D. W.lioNLYtlTT. Coseoao, Ti. C, Jiav 22,1611 Dr. Kuhl Iiear iri V .have .old out all of your A by Minis Mumn. it hs given tuirt aelniclioa to sll IboM r have iis. d it. We have warranted Ihe Abjwn Mi it uie in ail car. on our on sccoont ; ' " can aay, H ha. uryar tailed. We have daily fir more of Ihe Absinia Mil ture, sad yes " plrs-e .end o. s. khhi as pomihle inch a sapi'lf which will aner the great demand. Vr) icpeMluilv vour., I'll 1 1 KR at YtiUKt Lutrr from SI,, Doga'.d MiDugali, Ctiu trttk 'off Offia. Mooaa Cot kTV. N. C, Dtc. 2j, I64. Dr J Kuhl Dear H I A Lady in thia counly, afflicted wi'h a nervmi cnmpliiin., Prnlap.ii. I'teii. Flunr Alhu,in4 ' Some what deranged mind, csosed by ob.tr iictHwij ws. for eboul tweive months attended ly hafl our eminent phyaicians, without sny eflsct, i every on uc enively declared her incurs ble.ie. that .he had lo die. Mho Ihen procured to He of your Aby.eini Mniure from m. cured her entirely. She he ainc married, is in perfect good hrallh and happy. The Abl- in a Mni ore haa likewiM! proved very emcscmin in many other di.e.e, bul parliculaily in ("""' di:a.e. in which it ahonld hav th prefcre of all oii.ei. Yours obedienllv, DL'GALD McDlliALP Pric forth Aby..inia Mialur perbetll'" cent., il 25 4. ti 50. Likeie nn h.nd and lor .ale. Dr. Kwhl'a J storer, L'mvtraal Pl..ler. tio.d Mm B.bsn.. T J Htil.TtiN. Agent. Chsrletl. 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