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The Fanners Boy.
BY FHASCI3 U. CAGE. O, a jovial ftrmtr't boy Ml be. At frtnh it ths birdi thtl ling. And carol my memory long of gles Among tli flowtrs of tpnng. With i whoop who hoy," to drive my teim, Before thi rinng tun, To (liko Ihtir ihirtl in I .iletry itriam Shill bo my morning't fun ; To too th hungry porkar fed. And heir bun grunt hi) lhanke ; To mum tht eairet from llmr gritty bod, To thtkt their drowar flanka : T draw from I lit gtnerout cow her ttort, With young htndi ttrong tnd fret, Till the brimming pail it running o'er With the foaming luxury ; To haeti to the garden with hot tnd actd While tht dew it on tht tpray, Tt plant, to trim, to hot tnd wted Tht morning bourt away. To raitt the flowcrt for the boney bee, W ilb their potalt briibt tnd fair ; O I lort Hit budding flowen to tet. In Diy garden ben and there ; Or away to tht field with the reapera hie, And toil tht hvt ling day. And think of the happy timt when I Shall be a man ta they, To plow, to barrow, to plant, to tow Tht rich nd fcrtilt landa : To reap tnd bind, tt pitch tnd mow, With t'.rong and willing handa. O. I would not lire in thn crowded town, Wiih il partmenta hard and gray. With its lengthened ttrtett of duaty brown, And in painted houeee gay Where erery boy hit ball may bound I' pop hit neighbor'! dome. And erery thout tnd tvery tound Duturbt tome othtr'a home. bin beceuie ht 101 the liberties ol my c.un try.' David, did juu ever drink anything V No, air. 1 belong to the Temperance band, and have tinned tbe pledge never to drink any liquor, and 1 donl intend to.' ' Did you ever go to school V ' Not much nr. 1 always went to Sunday School.' A G K I c rr L, T V Rl L. Will Good Farminff pay t We me sometime, provoked by the receipt of leiteri from farmers who coolly undertake to tet ot riifht with regard to what wo may Do you know anybody in Philadelphia V mfm Hlgh iod l0- Farming they consider- 1 have an uncle living there, but I do not! uuf nooni cccationally indicated in The know exactly what place he ta at.' 1 The open, frank and confiding manner in which ho answered every question, elicited the admiration of every one preteni; and n collection was taken at once to tecruit his et hausttd funds. Two gen'lemen took him ool and generously procured him n pair of ahoes, which he most sadly needed ; and in little time be lociksd like very different boy from what he was when to cams to. His looks were those of honesty his manners in dicated a firmness of resolution and a power jof self reliance that were truly commendable in oneso young. Alooesnd poor with no 'recommendation eae the noble signet snd I stamp of worth, which nature had placed up- one of our lectures, on field of twenty acres, nd by the applicntien of decomposed beg on . - . I .1-. .... L. I..J ini-raaud snotner neia oi similar i, ....... bis corn crop on escb from 20 to 25 per cent. Another farmer of Freehold represented that bo had raised between 4.000 sad 8.000 cabbages on half an acre, and at the prtcea at which ho had made salsa, the returns were at the rale of from 1400 to 500 per acre. Tbia land was thrown into garden bssrt at one operation, and the land left in ao improv. ed cendition after the cabbage crop, aa to GREEN'S TYPE FOUNDRY, K$. 128 FuUt Slrttt, Sam Bulling, A'est Vsi. Ae. 17 Canal Stmt Rite, Nt Orleans, To Newspaper Publisher, and Printers. WITH confidence I invite the trade, before Ihey purchaae eltewbere. to give me a call .. k- i on F.,lnn.etreel. Niw-York, or al No. 1 1 Caneltt. Row. Ntw-Orlttnt. where 1 am ready to furoiah tbsm with all kindt of BOOK AUD NEWSPAPER TYPE, of the ntweat tne moot betutiiui eiyio. .... CAROLINA INN, Sx. Tribune entirely erroneous, or at leatt uo- j . lk 3 I be benefi'ed for future cropa more than the suite,) to tu. pre.eu. cum.. . cr.c...... , (Qf tMtg in this Country. "Lard .a ao cheap and, many wi rw- - Labor so dear," say they, "that we cnn'ii suiting from our advice, and from some neigh 1 I I 1 lUIUUlf IIUUI wui v form aod patters of ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, D...J..: jl. I fel a.aured that the defines and DWUCIIUKi - . . Bsle ans da." Now half the men who talk to this way have no clear idea of what supsrior farming really is, but, if pressed for a defini tion of it, will dilate on tba unproductive ex peoaeof while-washing trees, planting board for fences, or eomething of the sort, which has l J :.L. i . II 1 farm. Mining . -.. ....... - - j rf Mr 8Q0 d(J of , b,t, ,urnipi pe, ..r,,goeJ or taa. may ..pen. a. c-aw.P..-. , Qthff e (- ,iorj ,ul . f mL aamlt' hta f a r m II n i ' to mere uncy .... . .cu. , . . , eiulir) ,b, Sen MiVWW QVe ,wvtw - Oar Ibat the whole crop of the towntbip had been i materially increased by our fforts. It ss 'alioahown to the Legilture, that we have I ttken the first premium for our maikat gar den from the American Institute, snd that we had raised 1,500 buatielo of patanips, 000 do. oduciive and even an sxpeois to him; but j that dues not invalidats the sound general rule P' ate to appropriate a sum only equal to the ne CHARLOTTE, .V. C. rilHE above eatabliahmcnt, titutted ut M.;t M. Street, third lot North of tba Public 8ooi" ia the town of Charlotte, has been ctuetanllj kip! open by the protcnl Proprietor, from iht tt 1, Jtnutry, 1840 to tht pretent time, for the actttk tnodatioa or the Public, ant will continue to w kept open for the aamt purpott. L'.I.LIialimnl k immL,.J i . (. BUf j oreoartd to eupply lbs much admired Scotch letter. I pro (a a very considerable silent withia Uk h.rinr latelv procured from Scotland a tenet of t two years the entire building ia income!,,. (bete betulilul ftcet, together with every T"ty ' repair and is to conalructed that all lh, t(0li hare abundant light and cen bs ventilated at ptl, sure. The Stables srs not inrerior to any kelontlt, to any similar Cttabliahmcnt in W eaters Kb! accuracy of all tht Typo mtauftcturad by ma can- j Carolina ; and care will be Uken that th, ,h(! Tht rquirrel that leapt from limb to limb, In the forett waring high, Or tht lark that aoara with hit matin hymn, It not mort free than I. Then gire me the trade of a farmer boy, From city trammels free. And I'll craek my whip, and cry, " Who hoy .' Oh, a farmer's boy I'll be ! From the DoyUttovn (Pa.) Democrat. An Incident. PV JOII.f P. KODGERS. ; Pnilosopher of lii sge. The clothier boy now wields the helm of our Republic. Tl.e null boy of the slsshes siill bolda Imening Ssnstors tntrancsd by ths e C . . . ft ...I... I,. ..i. I t.,r. on h-sbrow-accompsnied bu, ly a mother's ,., , Ad, pofi,.bly be don. " " " . partinir b'eising earth for his hsritsgetbe . . fitbl, D. donss sat all. To!"'""'" ' world for luslabois stars for his companions fue we aom no eics.tiont. 0e msn's strangers for his friei.de fearleis and 0)iy be umnli,ea 0 (Jorn, or Wheal, or hopeful aa he began bis pilgrimage for life jjgIey) l0 ,b.t :( ought not to attempt the unknown aod unaided, save by the kindly growing 0f , hat particular grain ; but if it will hand of a bsnign Providence, that will guard fQf f 0 w any crop 0r jt a ( ji wii his infacl footsteps, and protect him in b i; ff)r g,0.i0g , g0od 0ne. If it will not; hours of trial. A printer went to ths same j f h w1 lot fuf Bn. ; Bd ! 'city long jesra ago, and wandered up Market lioul(j hi ,urne(J 0er to somelliin gf which, Street with a louf of bread under his arm, in jej t generous return ; and, ia default; j search of emplo) ment. I una s;ed on, ana , 0f tht. iwsn up to pasturage and got into ! he became the honored of our nstion the I . Dosibla. To raiss s twenty- bushel crop of Indian Corn ought to bs indict sble ss a perversion snd wsste of the bona ties of Providence. . The farmer who plows (once) five or sii power of his migh'y oratory, acd the learning I jnche( af)(J maDurei f.ebly, and geta in hia of bis mind. Who can tell what honors snd ! cr(jp tJ1(j iboJt 01f cultivates it through emoluments ihe future has in reserve for little j ,h(j 3ua,meri ,nj cell , mesge.- half-crop in David Reed ! Fit emblem as he it of the ad- . P ., ,,., cllla k,DSeri to break over venturers of P.vmouth-ihs hardy pioneere ; . . .-,,,. r,nr.. ...d . ,, UD lceaniime not ,01'i compared with that of the crep.aro eoa of the We.t, who b.v. borne ths bsnner oh , himielfl0 fence, and watch, and , bled to tdv.se others so as to ens... .o.m .o civilizjtionand progress far over the Missouri . MM Q ,wic of ,fcric ,llen, he ! produce similsr results. Wsela.m ao eng. Oa last Wednesday afternoon amid ths jds, snd amid the hills of M.nneeota. ! but he is cornmittin-a fligrsni crime insliry, but msrely, witn ths atsisianco oi .g.in.t Nature by eih.u.ting .be Soil of it. ch.mi.try, to be sble to duplies., on soy so., virtues. An cffici.l surrery of our Notional ; containing a fr average of con.t.luents, the Agriculture e.ti.oa e. .he deterioration of the J 9' .oil of lb., country s.nc. ... settlement by i '' of hich m, h d hit. men a. detracting at least F,v. Ilund-ed by Ming h" "...amg con.ti.uen.s to the so, ai.u r n .it... r,.,. ... ..lu.1 All 0h-i th r.-ch eult.vauon aa .he peculiarities of ty in ths State We asserted, without tho fesr of centra diction, that io no case where we had been furnished with an analysis of the soil, had we failed in increasing the income of ths owner more than one-third, and ibis, too, after hav I ipi edviied under such circums ancs more thao one hundred farmers in Nsw Jsrsey. Sums members cou'd not belisto thst we had discovered su much that was nsw aa to enable us to produce such rssults, aod they were right- We de net claim any such cred it, but simply thst we hsvo put io prsctics what it well known to the few among the ma ny. We often hear of large crops rsited by individual., whoie oeighbors produce no such reiul t. In such cases we v sit the growers, and fiod out, if practicable, thsir methods, manures, &ic, snd then by snslysis of ths not be eurptaeed by any Founder in the Union. By, alwtyt be tupplied with tbondtirceof good r, . i : it mr,A rm.ttmm anil nrM.nll, Anil ftftnitH k faithful . - J . to eatirtly ntw memoo in "'"t " 1 in cntbled to retein the sirruft of i4 ctmftaritl pares ejf (At mtfl, and thut to produce, in tdditwn to an tlegani ins muti SOLID AND DURABLE TTE, heretof re offered tothspublit. To lb it laal fra turt I would in particular call ttiention, for solidity and durability of Type ia oa tbe principltof economy, of the gretleat importance to all typographer!. 1 bs nitmbert or tht crall win situ uuu mo iuj ply til kindt of PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, for tht o.tabliehment of eomple.e Printing Officat, tuch tt Preaaet, Wood Typo, Caaee, Stend., Itratt, Preaa and Wood Rulet. Impoamt btonre, leropoeing Slickt, Braat and Wood Utlleyt, Rigleta, Clotet ttankt. iVf.. & C. Old Type taken in eichange for new at J cenU per lb. Ths Tredt dealt with oo tbe moat liberal Itrnn, iiid patrontgt tolicited on the ground of fur nithing to tht purihteer in trticls with which bs will be pleteed and which will bring him tht worth of hit money, Kdilora or Printer! wishing to aMtbh.n a Ntwa ntneror Jub Prinlir t Itflice. will be furniahed witn an eatintttt in dt.til of tht cotl by titling tut of ptptr tnd kind of work to be titcuied. rublubtrt ol tweptpert woo win ion inn u riieement tbret enontht tnd tend me ihe paper! containing it addreeacd to "Sttbut't R'gitter, , New-York, will bo paid in materiale of my manu facture, proridedthty purchaae an timea the amount of their billa fur tdrerlitinf. II. II. UKlr.M, No. 123 Fulton-al. Ntw-York, tnd No. 17 Canal .1. Kow, Ntw Orleana and provender and attended by faithful and tit. I II .1 "' rivneca uuviicie. The 8ubecriber will ate erery exertina to jn, aatitfaetioa to all who may patronixt bit Houh and httitatet not Is tay that, from ten ytan'u! parienca ha will be able to keep op tbt accome dation at lbs Carolina Inn, in ttiylt Doltirput, ed by any Public lloute in tht inferior count.), and he takea thit opportunity to return kia car. dul retpeclt to s generout Public for put fitn snd retpeclful'y loltcitt a eontinuancs af Uvt patrontgt and confidence. DROVERS can, at alt timet, be tapplird till convenient tad well ewcloted lots, fret of clin., snd furniahed with graio al low pricce. ' ST The Charlotte and Camdtn 8ttgt. (II; ana depart in weeaiy. JENNINGS B KERR Oct. 13, 1849. Jut Jewelry! Jewelry!! T1IIE Subscriber hat rtturntd from O-.a Kortk and it now reeeiring and tpening a RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT Of He bataelected hiaetork with great eare.iadkii purchaaed a NUKb tAl WMVt, O.NE,ttta hat artr before been opened io Ihie place. morg bit rtrieiy win ie round T7 Siiser Li9tt and Ujnmt P mating mow and sn overplu. of mud there j JJavid Reed left our town with s good beirt i came into our Dorcuh a 4, it h qui.e so aufJ a soul glowing high with briht anticipa-1 intelligent countenance and p-epoasemng ap- Itions. Yesrs will glide on, and the orphan pesraoce. H.s dresi betokened poverty, snd boy 0f fourteen yeart, may be fo-gtten by his movemen's ind cated thut he was a travel- his benefactors, and uncared Tor by the world j l.r nm nr! futinued. V nh an t't of con 'tat we are much mistaken, il hit voice ia not iciou. independence, which not eventhe lore- et heard, aod. f hit n.me it not et heralded 'flmng mta , r,mlUir . facta wb.cb , h cop., meehaoicat conditio, of tbe soil Imesi of his situation, or the inclemency of ; upon tbe scroll of Columbia's pride aod fame, I (u,ajo hj, etUmB:e. There are whole Coun- j &z-t may rrq nrs tbe weather, thrcu-h which be had msnfully as a noble man snd u.eful cit zen. jej n(J gtrrl0,t ,hsl Slstes, which would , , i i . i !,..,,,,!,.! t...i K i . hiii ntnnhet CIO fort , , , . . i . r , .. (....v,.). braveo nts wov, couiu eriier tiuni w. i imij,is... ( -r once nsve yieicea arengo ui .wC.i.; ... i : .a a v-!-iil- j .u- i r t ,n'. H..IkI tnrl ' , -It tt iiir.H ran ni edict the future ereat- i seated himtelf by ihe comfortable ttove. A neat and g'ory of our own beloved land, when j M wto,d nQw (,.niI,anured) ivragt mt more j tear.uobidden.siartedoutorhiideepbluseje, bos become i s s atidud bearers, ana youwit )hjn l-t.nt of cor0 ,j n0, f,,8 0( hea From the Albany (X. Y.) Journal. lure. The true principiea of farming a'e just be- i . i j l. l... - r ' .... . . . i r .j . t winmne to He unaerttooo. ii it uui j j :.. ,...i,..i, rh,nnii dnwn nit k.tt a wiiii mannooa or a tuuiciiiai t uu t,. ...,., h,. i ihm iiirv " IRU COU'U II" Ui'l-Ntvai ,..ii.i ' - I Itr .11 i nvm u. w-. - ruddv cheek, as if il were a tirg-ring dew-, birthright ? Such boya as Dind Used are befn eridua!y jobbed of their fertility ; yeara at least to this country, since the far- , . .irr. , . ' met bat aougtil ss.isiance, in nit im r drop, that told or hspp.er hours gone by, the roses in tha wrea'h of inraH t reedom by fei roiierauet wai'.eful culture, rhe whose presence might bedew his bounding ,,c, j the garland o( our own Lihsrty the 9lenieilli e.tenrial to the production of the j t,on. '"J0 g heart do more forever at hi Tuture pro.prc s , lar iD the conatellation of our fu'ure great. cereal rsir, have been gradjally abttrtaed, c ' v ' became dim in hi. innocent eo.r,-.o artlea. ... With him a. with Cardinal Richelieu, j 00, fe,or(lcd Dor feplllCed. They hsv.' bn J'" ,.7., and unsuspectirg into the area of lie's war- 'there ii no ivck vord atfail! Butwhocan been tent off to the cities, to Europe, snd have , ,on r' onS P"0 0 Jme U fare. it. U ihe snguish of hi. moths,', heart, -hen;,onff fjnfe M(fed , ferllI,2, British field., cr j :emPt at improv.menl The ... has already H.s situation eiciting the altfn-.cn cfCapt. ! nece.sity urged her to allow her boy to wan biv". ,hr0.0 fl0m lh, dokti 0f crtp, ' P"' hen the t.ler of the soil was cooen o , ,. mher Pm-Iemrn who H.e .monw ttrari,er, for a home, and dented f , ..mlA C!ll-, inl0 produce ju.i a .umc.ency .or in-.urpu.. u- lnn and one pres nt, they q jciimned hiut con I op0D charity fur k ndne.s. Wl PP. ,nou-h ' (he ocenn. Erery djllsr of the diminished rerning hi. j -urner ; and received his answer, j ,he may in Uer lonfly home, still we hope tal(je f(f (h)j gyi jf Q mQQ rJbbed by indo j in an honest, po'.le wey, that won for him the , ,l0le tears may yet be tho.e of thatikfu'ne.s )erce tn(1 jgriora0(:e , lBe pall froai the pat- j tenrd. sympathy of all who ! ' list is your name ' David Reed, sir. ' Where da ol live 1 ' ' I lived in Newark, Ne J.'rtey. r r.i and joy over his lu ure career oi "'u ,,t" nony of future "enTilions snd pro.pertry animal life, and that too of an indifferent kind. He hat alrssdy begun to reap the sdvant.ses ef calling in scientific principles to his oasio- tartcr'. W.thin a few vet is verr much hss been Every acre of land ur.dr cultivation ought! () (J B drjfM ,h, choiCe My fa- to be worth more after each year's tillage - than it was before. It may not, indeed, be in in oth- condition to produce a larger amount of (Aat It i Kims'. Hawever doliehtful, d.ir.ble and heavenly- ,l,4D ' w before' ,l no1' ,nd"d' be i t t i t...M in tat n rk s r 1 1 ii r tic in stuiiivj a- 1 , ' al lorm, lo:a a laoy wimtf, ai uur io.. wv-. -wbo was very much emban.ad, to k .. needed to obtain fifty bushel, of corn from ! ,l. tnVi i ,, rnnfusion. she un-' ". ran afford to own. fence, till and : ne iyv. i ai - family poor-' Haw old are you, David ? ' Not quite fourteen sir.' When did you leave home ?' I left homeleel Friday, and went to Mor rietown in eesrch of a place, but could not ob tarn one ; and from thence I went to Eaa'.on, , acd then down to Duylestown. and deliciout fruits of our climate. Our msr ksis are now loaded with fruit, of the moat tempting kind, which, by their abundance, are brought wiibin the reach of all clii.ee of socie'y. Who can estimate the amount of hsppine.s and sub.tsntial comfort thu. be atnwed upon mankind. For the la.t fifty years the energies of sci- der.tood to k... him !-and thereupon the , pay ls.es cn it lor toe my tusneir, it aa .mi- m to unptfl,f d 6eRt be. blu.hes danc-d all ever her fsce in rich and Z'f'Z abaurdity. ttowtd upon inventions, snd ducorerie. in the hurried prolu.ion. She bit ber lip., stepped ( Troof. Mspe. of New.Jer.ey, io his - principle of mechsnics and the muliifarious back, lor ked round, heniatfd, and no dwbt :" Working Hrrner lor April, tt.us ueirs tes lnodlflCa,jon, j oiachinery, growing out of fell like denying and reaitling one of the j timony lo the ell -clo ol science in improving ; ,be motire pow 0f stesm. Let the isms , r i ..i I. . I.'. ; i il.a A nnrulture of that S ate : I .r ... .:c- v.. ..nl;..l in it.. Did vou walk all the wjy V j tiieinnji m me, iu un mi..ii.u.. j-; , -- - jiroaum m icituniis t"rj; "ki"" ' i : - l .n.l....,..'i.nl Tr-i.iri.rrl in a 11 VV.tL.n it., tual lkra v mm t m mm baVA tit - . -. . inn f fKa l.ava .Kirk unvern trfltll. sith the excepnon of about three i "e teeing . , - - - r ,,i ,i. .m : desr tone, " km the botk hich was dene jied n any farms in Nsw. Jeney, and some of iMd bodiet, both vegetable and animal, and 1 WBS out 10 a.l wis .erere ..orin. , . ins'snter to the g'cat tittering o: tnnse wr.o ,;e owners ol I tie so isrins .eiit certincates oi . tna remits ot .ucn investigstion win no nuuot ketrhei of orlh-t arolin.i. Bianu Eoao, t.inco'n ro.,N.C. Uclober SS, ( A WORK will be publiahed by tbe underaigned j. tbia Spring, entitled ta abort, giving an tc. curata account of etch count in our Suit, io tlpba betical order, the derivation of He ntma.dttt of lor nation, ita Colonial tnd Rtroluliontrj Hutorr, a Biography of in dutinguiabed citiune, in accural hit of in repreientition io itch branch ol Iht teo ertl Ataemblj, lit Tew as, Rirert, Pupulalion, Re toureet, ProducU tnd Topography. Tbe underaigned hat for many yeara been collect, ing and eondenaing the material fur Una wot k. Tht arrhirei of our own Stale hart been carefully nam iued, tnd copioue estracu made from iti record.. He hta procured from the office of the Ilotrd of Titdt tnd Fltntttiona in London many valuable docontnU. Ittrt tnd raluablt workt hart been purchaaed irom .hrnarf tuuehiiiv lha enlr hiatorv of our Sutt, and aach countr. which ban nteai teen Hit light, lit htt berw kindly aided by (tnilimen in ditfeient aee. I iota ky copiea of original documents, and faithful tradiiiooal altlenieuta, lugiily imporiani tna inter. caUrg. Ha dtet not aDirt to ihe pmitioa of the llntorian but hopet from rco. Jt tnd ttttwtical facia lo affird mt'eriala U other and ibler baada for Ihit plcannf tod Irtt laborioui duly. Thn work, il it htped, will be uacfU aa i book ol reference to Hit tlilemnin tnd tchoUr, tnd mm of butinraa or tenure. (Iccaaion. il tiiracta hare been publ.ihcd io Ihe sttndtro tad oiher ptptra of thu 6iale, orer tht tignaturs of J 1CIIIII- Tbe Hittorr of North firolim it yet tn be writ. ten. Theremtrk which one of tbe able.l lltttoriaoa of ihs age, (Bancroft,) ha. bctn eomaelled lo mike, that "u careleailr ha. the hiatorv of North Caroli na been written that the same, inenla and end of the 6rat Governor ia not koown," it t rr fl-etion up eo ur. An rumination ol the etrl buiory of Ihe eounlice of North Carolina ehowa i record of the puree! patrioturn and indointtallo courage. Tbia record ia now corered by the uu.i oi age, ano un known by neglect It ia a debt which iht p't'tnl feneration owtt to tin paat aa well at tht fiture io pretcrre lhee memonaU; for it often occura in the hiatory of our race, Inst tacrt aoown io one grncia tirn are corurortrled by the neat, tnd tt t eucceed ing period irt cnoaidertd aa Coutllul legrn-1 uo. worthy of hiatal iril fulb. Our Mtcklenkur He ciireliun of Indepondtoct. in Mar, 1775, bad il mott been tn illustration of thn truth. "Thtae ire dteda which thnuld not paaa away. And nanitt that mini not wither ; though Iht ttrtli' Forrea her tnniirre with t iiiat decay, Thtentlaveraaitd ihe emlared, their driih ind bit th.' Tbie work will be illuatrtted wiih t Mip of tht Sttle, from latctt aurreyt, and including the new bountiea to thia date, and tketchea in Kngraeinae of eoineof her betulilul tpenery. It will contain about 5UU pigt'. tnd b furni.hed tt one dollir t copy Suberniiiiont will be receired tnd the book furniah ed at ditlVreril point, of the S t'e. JNU. ii. wiii:ei.f.n. T. S. Kditort of the different I'rceeei in the State art requeued to copy the above. Tht Tret will re- ceire in Una work t akeirh worlhy ol III H.nnrnrt nd imptrltncs. Thoae Editnre who publiah ihe abort four aucceaairt lirr.ee, and tend t copy of the piper ointtining Iht aamt, will be entitled to receire a copy of tin work ta reiurn for euch notice. 4 J.II.W. Gold Vhaint and JiiVtt, Ppecttclia, Pialolt, Ralora, Medalliona, f'int Brttal Pint, " Ktr Kinga, " Finger Kinga, " Bractloit, " Hair Pine, Ltditt ekiaaara, Coral Necklace, " Thiroalea, be the knowledge of crganieed matter astound Yss, miles. iVk. I nmt m T'itiin niv shoes were worn . a l .....in . n,e co'd bv beirr wet ' " "J Ut gr'.t tohef. K s.mg is very i r.,ui, 0 Trenton. Oae repreien'ed that un- , jheahhywhen one it cturt-in, but not ben t der our adt ice he had added the mining con-; jng ta those remaikible phys cal Isws which ,D . . tou i,arted ? in coutt ! Ashetille Mettergrr, 211. nitur-nrs to bis soil, at an expenie of only 91 j we are daily witns.sing. .v.. M- MB,t1.,n...,..fI,ur.h.llmC.;! -. ... . , 12J j-' ere, w,.a proper tillage, and produ a t. . m - - " il wei all lha monev ahe bad. I did not want i to lake it from her, but ahe mads me do so, She ha. always been very kind to me, snd she io!d mo to go aod get a place. I hsre msde ep sey mind to seek my own fortune, .nd whatever I make I will aend home lo help to keep her.' ' Have you any brothers?' I base oo brothera ; but I have five sis lers all at botne with my inollisr.' Where do you ia'end geirg to?' 1 will go lo Philadelphia, and try to get o p'ace ot hemes, muting, if 1 cm ; snd if 1 do n I succeed, why I mutt try my hind at something else.' 'Are you net afraid thus toitsrl alone?' Ne, eir. 1 know if I behave my.slf, ihst 1 will slwsys find friend., wbr rsvsr I go.' ' Well, Dsvid, are ynu VV hi or Demo erat V 1 am Washingion boy. I believe io tl W 4 -. at 1 aiI Willi miCH l. Seed, in conteq ience, the fubwing crops: Thomas Fuller, who wai a lively writer,! ,2, buhl bf Mfi pef where but rstheraddicud to punnina, wasoeci.s,on. for(n(jfly nh muh Urg,f es?VDlSllir9 for ally repsid his puns with inleres'. lis wasj b(J 3fJ buhc. u( heed cofn nad eiceeding'y corpulent, and a. he wa. out rid- j been iroduced p0utoes 310 bushels per ,ng wiih a friend named 3(.arrowh.wk, be j Mango!(1 wur,z, d 16 ,on, pef tCfei B,ld could oot resi.t the opportutiity oi cracai... , b;hef cf0j (( pr0()()ron. Another (a mem. a i ike upon him "Pray, what is the difference," snd he, " between an owl and a sparrowhawk?" ' An owl," rsplied his friend, is fulUr in he hesd, fuller in ihe body, and fuller all An old edition of Moras. Geography say. : Albany baa four hundred dwelling houses aod two tboussod four hundred inhabitants, sll stsuding with their gable eeds lo Ihe strtet. " As winds the ivy s round the tree, ss to the crsg Ihs mots psich roots so cling, my con not soul to thee ! my own, my beautiful! my boots P ber of the flout, of Aneinbly) represen ted thst on a piece of ground in Parnate Coun ly which bsd been considsred of very inferior quality and unworthy culiivation fer corn, he had rai.ed, by adding Ihe mi.aing constituents of bis .oi', under our sdrissment, 133 bushels of oirs of corn per acre, aod that his crop of long orange carrots aversgo COO bushel, per sets, and that the expense fur fertilization were leio than for the ordinary method by barnyard manuring. Another farmer from Monmouth Cauoly rspro.ented that by the me of the subsoil plow, under a recommendation contained in The whole community are beginning to be waked up to the importance of lliia matter. Our schools e.pecially in this Ststs, are intro ducing the atudy sf the principiea of chemis try as splied to agriculture. The giiardiana ef the State Normal School are doing very much towards di.srminaiing a knowledge ol these principles, by preparing its pupils for leaching ths time io the schools which llisy may hstsaftei be called lo lake charge of. When the t.acher.of our schools can ba made to feel the importsnce of ibis osw branch ef ducation, wo may aspect rapid and perm, nent improvsm.nts in fsrming. It is in our common schools alone that a large portion of our farming population are educated, aod for this reason it would seem very proper (hat cooaiderable attention should be given to this branch of education in these schools. Let all who are intrusted with the .upervisinn of schools, see that encouragement is given lo this study. Itealoration V ir acrVHtion of Ihe n9 By H. WISH Sl Soy, ot Virginia. WISE 4. SON, finding il illogeihtr impotti ilJL t ble lo tttend personally lo Iht great number of daily ipplicitiom from allaectiunaol the I'nion.for their Remedy for Ilaldnen, and fur their celebrated II Al U TUNIC, lure found it necetry to ippoint t (Jtnttal Trtvelling Agent, to vi.it ditferenl ciliea ind towna throughout the l ulled Siatet, vetting him with tiithoriiy to appoint aub tgrnla, uae ind rind Iht Hair Tonic, and to apply the RKS'l URATIVK, and lo put them into Iht handa of thoae hi may ap point to operile wherever t tuRicient number of pt lientt iu tny town or neighborhood shall bs obliineJ C'apl. (.tOIitiK CALVERT, of Fauquier county, Vi., ia alone author imd to let tt Uentril I ravelling Agent, with tht poereiatbori indicated. Cap!. C. may be eipected to riait, aa epredily aa praclicable tin principal titica ai.d town a of the U iiion. N. D. Capt. Calrert will tlwiyt hereon hand i fullaupplyof Ihs HAIR TONIC (which cleintea tht hetd of dandruff, alrenglhene and iorigoritit tht hair, ind prevent! it, alto, from filling off,) for the region of country moat contiguoua to hit open limia, or it may ilwtyi be obtained, al wholeetle, and forwarded to any part of ths Union, by iddrett ing iht proprietor., M. WISE Sl SON, Richmond, Vt. (XTTrici 3 per dorea ciah. Su bottlei for Si or one dollar for ungls boltls. II l.i nk io(cn IOR aale at Ihii Office, beaidca ill other Blank uted by Cle-ke ind Conatibltt. A NKWietof ll'JWV lU.KNKSSforSile. Knquiie at thia OITlcii. WtikingCitta renkairet. Tee Trtje, Tel Hpaoat, Halter Knirtt, Perfumery j A.ND A VARIETY or FANCY GOODS. riATO WARtSOUL) WARE. SILVER PLATIB CASTORS and CA.NDLESTIlKS.ic. Iu. A II of which bs will diapoas of oa sceoaaU ling Urant. ivrUolsl pnrcba.ed. THOMAS 1 ROTTtt Ckttlmit,,Oct. i,H'J. m im. KLIIIAS Abyssinia Mixture, Fur ("atari be, Influenta, Cottircnett, filei.Wi eel, (cnvrrlia. Glut, Floor Alboe, tr M hue., w etkntaa, Obalruclivnt, At Coi-si Hill, N.C., Ave l.lfU Dr. i. Kuhl-Detr Sin You will pletit forward lo we si tana OT rtnienl, t frcah aupplv of tbi Retiortr tftta jk arid Ihe Abyaaion Miilurt, ws hare tcl.nt aomt liens. Ihe Reatorer tnd Iht Ileaan A I'owder, hire proved lo be Very efncacxw J fullnett of tht rhtel, Iibtumtliam,8ora Leji lJ nimmiiiona or he r.yra, rjebilily , md etacriH pie eiteiaei. n i warranted Ihs Abjmaul lurt to tvery patient, ind no ont bat t.ku tfi Ihs mority relumed, but oa Ibt conlrtrj tn: one hit pmatd Hi great aintl tt pvttra. We ramtin yourt, rriptelfully, A U. W. HONEYrtTT. Comcoao.N.C., hn 22.1'U Dr. h'uhl Dear Siri a hart aolduut ill of your Abrttirit V itn, il haa giren ctrtre aeluarnen lo til IKom H hire uied it. n s btrt wsrrialtd lha Ab' Muturs in ill ctaea oo our swa accoual, tti'i ran ity.itbn ueyir failed- Wt fax dn m fur mort of iht Abytainii Miaturt, ia rw plete aend ua aa aeon aa poaeibii luthmf which will tmaef tht grril dtniaod. Very reaptctfu.'ir tout. FHIFER 4 YUt Ltlttr fim .Vjtr D-gmU ,tft DiU, M C 'rrr 'r Ofe. Moots ( w.Tv, N. C, Pc 2i, !? Dr. J Kuhl Dear Sir i A l.adyin Ihit county. afflidrd nrhl"'" complaint, Frulaptua l ien, Fioor A tiM.i'' omewhil deranged mind, canted by obei"'1" wae for iboul Iwtlra xonthi tltendte trfr'' our tminent phyaiciana, wtlhoul any efTetl. n erery om aucciaairely declared btr meorai.' that aha had Ia die. Klia then eroeure. leak' tle of your Abyeainia Mia'ure from n, '' cured her entirely. Sht hat unci aiarrw ia in orrfecl rood health and haoer- Tl b' ainil Mulort hit likewire proted reryK'lc"1 in meny older dtaeaaei, bul particularij n - ditca.ee, in which It ahoold hart tin p'"" of all others. Yourt obediently, n Dl'tJAl.D MiDlGlL" Trict forth! Abvaainia Mutu Pr fc,ttb ' r.Hla. 1 1 JA h ii fit) Likewin on hand ind (or aale. t) hl"'.Fj alorer, I'oirerail Fla.ter.liold ,Mma BaM1 T ). IIOI.TON. AgiJ". inn untivriNG NEA 7 1. Y EXKCV TED J ATTA CUM EM 1 S forj TERMS. , TWO DOLLARS pennnum in J . .rKTSilP4) 1 DOLLARS sad r If 1 a ', noli ayedthres month.,' snd 1 " ' I Poll"' 1 bs delay LARS if not M'd until ths clot. tT Advertiiemrnle Inierted it .ql..r.,llll.n...rle..,th...'(or1, fir.lintertion.ind S5 nt. fern' ,ce. Court adverli..msr,t.snd M charged 25 per cent, higher! snd s nt 33 n.r cent, will bs msde f pricct, for adverliaeri by Ihs fMf' , f menti Interled monthly or I"1' 7Jt,. quire for each time. emi-" periqatreforeecniim- ,m.,,r ITPoetmitlirt aulho'lteo I" t