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PARK8, a ATTORNEY AT LAW DISTRICT ATTORSY, fclDDLEBCRO. 8NYDEII COL'KTY, T OSoe la Court Hu, 8epl.l6, OTif TOBACCOWAHEHOUSE No. 322 N.THIRUb B.88 PHILAHELPUIA, VtEaCUAJJX HOUSE. t7 uMANDERBACn Pbop'r i. C. MP, CUrk tot. J 1 Srth Iblrd Btre. Pbiladelpbla Ttsril,LKBliliia WH0LE8AL1 BOOK BELUR8 Stailonera. blank book Mauulscture and 4alera la Wrspplag. BUsiUr ill hmmmmmmm, LL I. RJ....XJL 1 .1 ' 'U I L'L L J, Sit a. IjM- VOL. 6. M1DDLEBUUG SNYDER CO. PA.:jlTEAlBE24.187(. NH).:,7. SELECT POETRY. THEY DIDN'T THINK. ST rHlTl't CART. Unce trap baild With k piece of cbeete I Il tickled ao little mouae It almoal mad him anoete : An old rat (aid. There'a danger, Becarrful where jta go 1" 'Nonane 1" aaid the other, "I don't Ibink yon know I" Po be walked in boldly Nobody In tight : Firl b took a nibble. Then be took a hit. Close Ibe trap togeiher Knapped a quirk a wink, Catching) mouy fast iher, 'Cauae be didn't think. Once a lilll lurtiay, Fond of ber own way. Wouldn't aak tba old one to bet lo go or clay i Hhe aid, I'm not a haby, Here I am balf grown ; Solely I am big enough To run about alone '." CO ah wnt, but aaoiebndy Hilling raw bor pa": 8oon lik mow her feather Covered all lb trass. ro the made a aitpper For a ly young mink, 'Cause she wa ao head-atrowf That die wouldn't Ibink. Once il ere wa aVoldn Li red outside lha door. Who wauled lo go insid And Imp upon the floor, "No, no,'' said I lie mother. "You unlet lay veil b me; Little bird are anient fit ling on a Iree." 'I don i care," Aid robbiii, Aud itnVe Itia tail a Ming, "I don't think the old folk Know (iine everything." l)o iv n he Hew, and Kilty auiied him Hufiire b.'d tune lo bliuk. "(Mi,'" be cried, "l in aorry, Hut 1 didn't think." Kow, try little cliildrea. You wbo read ibis song, Don't you ee wbt trouble Come of Ibinking wrong ? And cau l you lake a waraing From Ibeir diendlul fate, bo began their thinking When il was lno late? Lion'i think there' alway aafaty Where no danger ahowa. lion'i euppose ou know mare Tlittn Hiiybody kimwa ; lint when you're warned of ruin, Pauee upou Ibe brink, Aud don't go under headlong. 'Cat'sc you didn't iluuk. A TUAAtKbOlVINO STbRT, BY 8. ANNIE KB' 1ST. "You will dine with me nn Thanks, uivintl I)ht, will jou noi ? It in bin a our talilo 1 fun offer you,buaJu ; nut Imt I once apread." ' I wiil come.'' So tltey pm ti'il nt tliu street corner; uu old beiitit'tiiiiti and one wbo if mil old. whh pal th iuriuil d' Uiiddle nu Old t-niDtca lltry weio. who tor tweuty- hvo yen ra hud not been men ot libr a Ihi'ih, and w bi, meeting by wbut ia nt I led actident, niade I lie cnaeinrut just recorded. JJ:trtn t olvet ion. Hourly nliiy yrarH nl aue.aud tleim iit I.tiyl'erc, houio twciiiy yeura ViiU'ijror, bad uccu in the atliue uuae l tui u. V lor lou.ton year., tm-ii llwir path il lite tiiverjjed, and tins wus heir brft biiodraup lor u quarter ol a century. Tbe TliiiDkaivint; dinner la'l beta let red I'rnin tba lablO : and tba two drew their chuir eli sor to tho tiro Tor ctniBdential filter-iliiiiier-clntt. in whicb ao utu-n beurt fpvuk to heart, and InUK-l'Ui'iud Hpcteta often arc titoul.l up lor friendly diecueaimi. Till uie, now. Isurton, h.w tin- wond bus iiaatd you,"emd the younger niiiu, alter h ri'citul of a die einerteuoe that 1ui no i-noofctioo with my atory. Il ow ibe world bus Hi-rveJ me! II ia rutber a aud atory lor Thanksgiving Day Tu ge antnvenaricH pna nurd upon oie bearta, oi l t'tiind. und ibi one ia painful beyond expresi-inu lo tuo let, uod be t bunked lor all ilia oior- eii !" lie added lerfieuily, "1 have been rich. I atu very poor. I am lone'y, cbtldleaa, widowed, und lust hurryiu to tbe ttrave; but I can still koccl down on Una day. truly thaoklul lor wbut la Mill apareU torn ill it paiu you to tell oie how it i you aro poor aud lon-ly? When 1 laat beard from yu, your wealth was lurye, and Etnuia'1 "Whcu you and I parted. 1 was, as you aay, weultby; a wile 1 loved aut atuty table, and two brave sous shared our love. Ibvy all died, one alter unotber, but there wus still ojoney left me. It was oo TbuDjiviiif: Day, iwcoty-loui' yean ou, beinre Eiuuin. my wile died, when wo wore ni'uroiU)c tor our lust child, that wa were iuvbed to spend ibe day with a Irioud aoniv iweuly mi lea ftoin tbe city. Anion l h trursia there was a widow ladt who was a achoulniaie of Emma , wiib one child, n little girl, about tour wars old. Her aatue was Maitie liuiucfl: indeed, mother and chili tor- ihoaum name. Ilel'ore the day wu over, Etuuitt bad woa from ber old BObooluiatu a almy of poTcriy uod dia trvaa thai iuoed her to bog ua lo uflVi ber a home, until mi h Uiuo as alit- could ond em ploy moor. We were very loooly ia our )trest bouse, and were only loo glad lo bear the Voles ol a child rlnxiog exam iumuub in room. Some buhl etuplnyuieot ol awing tt6ad Mrs llaioee' acruploa about deeeodruce, mmt the reroaiued lib us uotti So uiea, leaving nine Matlie, thea to rear old. lo our care. Twe j ears later Emm too died. 1 ean never tell y a, Clement, what ,,4 c,j was to me, IllUlU heart, and repaid my love by the af fection sod tsndernea of a daughter. I cat) not tell you if she wna beautiful to other eye tbaomino; but tome her fsco was lovely beyond all description and ber gentleness and eweetnee suoh as I can never describe. "I have said that Thatikpiving Pay is bow tho moat painful of aooiveiaa riea lo ma, but it wee tbrn our prt-al voatly last ival. No! a day for company, but the day wa spent Wethers Ibe day we celebrated as Ibe one which we first mot, tho day when most eincoroly we gave tbnoka that we were first thrown together, each In tho futuro to save the other liora utter loualtocs. It was again to become A day of aso elation. Matlie was eighteen years old wheoilhednyappoiuted for Thanks giving fell al'o upon her birthday. This was ft double cvsnt that called for tome eilra rejoicinp;, so uiy darling and I had a dioner party. 1 b ive now to tell von of a third person, a son of an old fiienil, wh had risen from an unimportant portion in tny employ lo to that of ConQleDtivl iletk. Charles Giirrett was ten j'esrs older than Mat lie, but they were ft Irlxnus, ami nnirb together ; sol was not aur priseJ. nur indeed grieved, when our btnhdjy fc-ilvsl und ThauUsuivin party proved also the occaia lor some whiMiered vows lieiwooo uiy ciera buu uiv child, which they camo lo oie to uaclion sad bless. I did bless them, Clement. I trusted Charles Gurrell With the csrt! of my desret ir saurs. and jus, before iha wedditik' d:t I msds him my part ner in tnisiuess. Nany, luier oiam-u me. beciius" I sooo after begao to ox erci-o so old loan's privilege and grd uully llt my bu-intsa care mors ana moro in in w psrtoer's oonirol. Could I huvo iveti Matlie to htm, if 1 bad not believed bim honorable and true to the heart's cure ? Tbey lived witb me, my children It was not long before I saw that Maitis was drooping Cheerful aud tweet aa ever, she wtil lowiuit pale, willi a look in her aofi eyes tlml wjs something like fear. I'ear. Clement '. lttr-isleor. He beau by neglect, sometimes a hartb word to the young wile, wbo had never known liny but ibe most loving of words und looks. Four year later fhe i TJ-I. Clime. lie had tprculttled in ibe nime of thn urni till wo were ru-.iit-d. Then (.'Mine tecnea of despuir and remorse that were heartrending bi iine-. Wa :ave up everything lioit-o. furniture, business sndsailei anew in lilc. Kul tho billereit trial was j el fo come. Charles was offered a nofliiiou at ibe Went by a L-eiitlruiau who probubly knew nothing of the Cause ot our lailurc. ' "Did you not publit-h tint '" ' Ha was Mattta's husband, old (lien J Us went to h e new home. Mad his wile accompanied hitu. If tlity wore only Imply, I could bear my owu share of thn poverty aud lous luiess ; but a demon hsd entered ihoir new home, tbe demon that is most powerful to create misery intern per unco. Whst Matlie suit err 1 can only ItuesB or tslean from hearsay. All her letters are cheerful snd lovinif, and li'oiu her own hard earnniK she sends len lrifl lo ber 0,,. 1st her. Hme- limes a delicacy of her own cooking or piexervinj, soinoiimes a little piece of needlework. Mydsrling! mydsr liuit! where are you Ibis Thsnksgiving Day V 'i here waa a moment of silcncl in ihe mom. unw fast gathering the vI'Mims of s winter twilight The oi l friends grusped baoda ia silence. A siir near the door passed un heeded lor a moment, aod then a black robed figure camo near to where Barton Wolverton was seatsd Hi bowed bead wss gathered y,emly imo loving arma, uod a voice, low and aweet, full of lender love, aaid "Father may I come home ?" Ho much was sbe in his hsart, ao near always in spirit, tbst he wa ant eveu slurlled. Only folding ber closely in his srms. be said : "Charles r ' "Dead, lather, a few weeks since. He died peacefully and penitent. We cao give tbanka for bin, my father. 1 can find aont employment ' "Hash! butb: dear one. e are ot ao poor as that. You are nnno airato : come home 10 me pore more upon thanksgiving Uey. Uumy LuAj $ JJook. tthat Uretsfc Uswa VaDg ill ess. It is tbe commonly i:eivd notion that hard study ia the unhealthy oie- menlof a college hie. liut iroin tne tables of Harvard University, col lact. d by Prof. Pierce from ibe last irteuutal calalogue.il ia cieariy uem- Ouati ated that the excess of death for ibe first ten yeaisufier grsdustioo it lound in tbat portion of each clas ol mlerUr sobolorsbip Every oue who hss seen ihe curriculum knows tba here Eaebylua aud political economy mjuru one, lute bours and rum punch es use up a dor.en, and 1 heir two lit de fingei t are heavier than the loin .f Euclid. Dissipation is a sure de. stroyer, and every young uun who tollow it it ss ihe early flower exn-w-10 untimely frosts. Those wbo have beeo ipvoiglod in tbe patb of viee ate namee? Lesion. A few hours' sleep .sch niiibt. high living aod plenty ol " soauahss'' mske war 00 every portion of the body. The braio, tb heart, be luogs the liver, tbe spfue, limbs, the bonst, the flesh, tvtry part aod faculty ovsrlssked and weakened by the terrific eoergy ol psssloo loosened from restraint, aolli, like a aiiapma' ed auaoaion, the " earthly bout ol Tta Latest llorrr. Tt has been kiown for sons limo that a dirty wrolched o'd mm liieloutsid the city, about a mils or so. in a filthy little cabn. entirely alone, ao I that be was a hermit. No one over went oesr him, for it was sil that be was a mat: ician. ilia only companion was a e kel ototi-lookinjj di. He camo into the oily sorne limes t bur, ami would pit eoualv implore lor nierrv, stating tbut he wna starving. Sometimes he would u at her rsa or scraps of paper and aell them. Evory ca supposed him to be wreteVsdly poor. He h'td an evil look, and uiniher would remove their ohildren when they saw bim snming. One day last week however, a cbil I, tho sou of Mr. Abraham Skiu oer, went out alone to fish in the stream, sod happened to wander W) nntil, before he knew it. bo camo to tho hovel of the old man. At first he wa frightened, but, aeeing oo one around.be pltirketl up couracjo aud went nearer- Everyihin wsssilent tie went and peeped through a crak in the aide of tho hut. lie almost creamed nt what be saw, for ho be held the old man bending over a bag of money that he was counting. There wero otber lan hea'.ilo him containing large qtinntitiea of money. Mr. Skin ner's too wat J terrilied that, wheo he attempted to mova he stumbled. Like liuhtenmir the old man rushed out and seised him. " Ila !" be scream od, " I've caught you, have I? You saw me, did you J Well now you'll ray for it." Aud belore tbe boy could sys word, the old mnneter. with ao awlul laugh, drew out a koire aud (oh, horror 1) eut the child's toogue out! Then be chopped off his finders ' Now," he aid, ' now you cau go. for too can't tall." The poor boy rso off, overcome wits sgony, and ran to hn istber'a bouse, only U fill them with cnsieroatien. What wa the uattar with their child? He could not apeak to toll them. He could oot write for bia finger's were cut off. Still the pour boy, after efforts of the most horrible pain, managed to fix a pencil betweeu bi bloody aiuuipa of miners aud wrote the awful tale. A party wus irtinjediaiely orejattimd and hastened to the miaer'e den. lie wat at the door as they approached, and fired a revolver six times at them, wounding two of the party seriously. Mr. Skinner returned the fire, aud the uged villain fell with s piercioj yell, itioriiilly wounded. " My money ! lily money I ho mosned, " my beautiful money !'' and be crawlsd to his bfti;s of atold sod sank upon them s iMirpae. Over 8 10, (bid was dis covered, which wrs presootod to tb poor house and other cliaritiblo insti tutions. The event will nover be for gotten by our citiieus. Tho child is slowly recovering Tbe mixer was burned tho day utter, and the nut was toro down. Sitgmaw Jlfpubliran, Our Uojs Ths dresm of every toy, anJ c peciully every poor by. is ' When I am a man.'' There are croakers eve rywhere, wh'J are always ready to esy, "Ah! boy, yourdroam are vain; your golden days are oo ; you will never he ao happy as whilo you are a toy!" Don't believe them boy. There iss beautiful, golden die.imlsud. full of grand possibilities dreamland now, but all to be roul to you by and by I hut land is manhood. It ie well for you to dream of " When 1 am ... . 1 a man. uut oe surs to remuiunor Ibal wheo any boy, be he poor or rich, waatet hie time iu dreaming, and fails to nrensre lumsolf lor manhood, ho is stsuding ia his own light, aud will be certsiu to have 10 suffer t. r his fail ure. We know, by exporiencs, what it is lor t boy of fourteen to bo thrown en tirely upon bia own resources, with no hope of ever obtaining a dollar or a favor io tbe world, except by lbs favor of God, and by td,i2rely ealniLg it ." We know what it tnea-e in "wot !; a: a trade" for three yeara, far Jinrd thirty dwllnri f-.1 tbe T t ys .t. fiviy dollars for the ocond, rr.d "fty tc!:.r. for the third yen.'; io one hundred and twenty dolls.'j fcr clotting snd sounding money, for throe long ys" W bavo uol i"orotwa, and is havs no desire lo forget the rough ro l from fourteen to twenty one. and il any words or acts of ours can belp t make smooth or mure ploasac't (lis sumo path Tor other poor sod aspiring boy we are fully repaid. W beru there are nunureas 01 ooy whose boyish days are golden aod joyous, aud full of happnete aud ease, tbera are tliousamla to whom toe pain of boyhood ia a rough and rocky road, full of toil, trial and temptations. Many stdmble aod fall in the Ty. Many yeare for some on to give them just a lit'le help, just a lit t la good council, )ut a lew am i vrerje 01 an I'O'irsgotuont; bsvmg thsse riintorcs ineots tbey conquer, wheo without 'hemthoy wonld fail. lhousoioi bruee fesivt are to-dr fighti-g single hm led a mors torribl. lath thsii Napulflon ever loevrt '.v hi la Ave?) oeof then, wheatber poor or rich, is all the time looking forward iatu ine glorious dreamland,' aod saying Wbeo 1 sui a man '' Work oo boy a; fight 00. Mnbil it worth workiog fur. Ii U worth watiog for. It is worth pii. -.io; for. See thtt yod dt prer lor tu Nias. daratog. a horve egei ttrr'.y three yeara died tbe other day, Id tbo aerviee of hit owners wbo hsd worked bun faithfully since he was fear year uid. This horse, at' well at 00a agsd Home Mlqiiett. Beyond a doubt, n tree Understand log and failhf ii olnervantt of ths r qtiisite ff (tool in saner at hone, are more important than all acquaintance and eomplianco with ths deavands ol etiquette elaV where. Indeed, gooil home-manners are ths foundation and irs superstructure, too, ol good nan ncra everywhere elae. The idealist it ia of liillo moment bow we behave at home, providid wa are courteous aod polite ia company, is a very roieu keo U1 radically wreng oo. Pertoas oflea allow thsjmee.Ue te be ill-bred at home, tbinkiug ibAt I bey can put oo good manner, when tbey choose, and appear ns well abrosd as others ; but, anconsciously, I boy arc cuntiuually be iroying themselves. Fw things are so subservient oo habit as those ever occurring little proprieties, graces aud amenities of sirial life which go lo make up tho well bred man or woman. The etprcssion, tone, carriage, manner and laniruairs of years, cannot be changed, in a day, for some special occasion. The "qtiiaileaof wood utau tiers at e so mal'.itudiocu it is imp issi bis lo give them all ; and each, like tho snow-flakes which form the ava lanche, though important, is somioute in itself lliut it is diffioult to select soy as ''most essential.' Good manners at borne, snd eNewbere, are but tbe outward nuuileitutiou, ib the best way, ol love and that apirit "which tultersto long and is kind; which vBvieth not ; vaunteth not tUelt; i not pulled up : doth not behave itielf unsreaiiy ; aeckeib not its own ; is aut ea--.il y orovoked: thiokelh oo evil; rejotcetb not in iniquity ; beareth all tilings ; beltevelh all things; bop ttb all thiotta ; euduicth all things."' The well bred man and wuiuao ex pre by their manner tlisl they regard tbe judgmeut, feelings, taste, (vishes. convenience aud pleusures of others as highly aa their own. Tbey alriva to avoid all habit which offend tho taSte. all expressions which sbovk the sensibilities or wouod tho frolings of tooe about tbeiu i and all needier' w IViwsK slBJ VI sjUV V U WV UJ BUtt VWvvU iioualities of society. Tba following particulars will fsll under sud illustrate tbe above gsoersl principle! : let. Avoid nil sxprcssions which tarJii 10 irritate, euibartass, mortify, or pain any member ot the family. Jd. Never alluds to any fault or ' failing, unless wilb the purpose to boo- it,, auu uv,i iu ,iniiv. 3d. Avoid sarcasm, bitter words, "sors'' subjects, sud re Is .-e nee to any ptrsousl dcloriuity. 4b. I'o not ridicule, nor bold tuo opiuion of others la contempt. 5th, Give attention when addraased, and do not interrupt nor speak when aooil.er ia tutkiog" Olh. "ever contradict. 7th, eVer scold. tb. Keep your temper. Kill. Never spuuk iu louJ or ipieru loua tones, ror order ia an urbiirsry or arroiut inuctier, child or sei vaut. ltlth. I'u no slung pbtes, nor rude, dierespsctlul, prolaue, or iocccu- I'ale laogusgo. lltb. Never oim tbe "pka-s ' and "thank you.'' "good-iiip'bl" aud -g wd - inuiunig," nor lail to gracefully ai knowledge by some word or look every act of aileiitioc aud kniduess. Tbte ir.tle word oil ibe barsh usebcuery of lile wonderfully. PJih. Do not enter even your near est relntioo's private room without knocking. 13ia Uevcr clam the doors, nit in the vnuiiows, hum, whistlo, or aiog in (lie bill or p -si us: nor acveam to persons out of windows as J ep stair wsyt. 14th Teach children to offer pre cedence to oaeh othef and to their su periors ; t avoid awkward position snd movements, aa 1 not to indulue ia disugresblo, er filthy pcnoual habiu, such si yawning, ecratebit g ths bead, picking ihe nose, bawkag. spitting on llrj fl ior, clcauiug tbe nails in com juu, i.to.. cto. loth. Hold ihe fiernon and personal pos.Cw.4oas of another sacred. wUo obeervaa ih n rule will not livhle, nor V'r"'-. oor pttoi h, nor poke 31 T!:31 ? "sjl.. K: Will Dwl, LnlVSs be L.Vi sn.ciiil trirtii u. open tb lot W.j, mw. j 1L9 Ora-.vers. utatk his book, ;!cer bia clolhea, nor ur) hi;t private propony Tut Borof ytit Pe.-icu. A l"y wa'..'.oo; aloog Caocl sue2 .J jt tisolod by the blight eyes and b ond) curies of a ll'.ilt urchin aoslud ou t' e ourbing. She approuulied aad atkU bim if be Vut a newsboy. " No. Ma'am ; I ala't notnic.' " Have yon a mother f" 'No!' Wouldn't yoi like on ?" You bet I '" L'ou should not epk so idl, ray n. M-i 09tue how wiuld yoc l -t le have me ior a mother J Tbe little fellow sernr.i '.c: from bc-i to foot for a m,oti cod then 11, 111. IV. ..1 j i I Hei mef v tl "..J"!', yc .1 ,Te, iird. ' and' .''Vosei'iycjletieiystr , '. "!.. tvliooof" "ito; , Hrjoko f "NO". ...,:.',, J Thee goalon rith yfrjj y don't liM. ".Lk. roooij c:.t vou'4 say & 'elloT sLkJdot srt bl legs and slag 1 Lo,a iln.. Ju ' r mtiik 1 f 1 Te; t "'W 9 linttrr. The 1ng continued Itih prion ol but t wr is estisrei inrily explained upon saarcantils principles, and it ptovea to have not hint! to do with spi ulstive operations or combination smong the 1'srnieis. It seams thai tlis invieiisi' of rbaese factories bis been ao extta ordinary t lo have affect d usvly sll ths diary regions where butter eted lo be a staple product. These ftctor- tes buy tbetr mi't from uriuers sod front it osaaufHOluie cheese. Ths farmer inatea-l of bestow mg any at tention upoa tho oxhnuativs labor ot butter making, content tbetnsslvcs wlh soiling ihoir milk to lha cbst'i laetories tot a kooI price, meiely making butter enough to supply tbeir ntt n tumilies. and is iiisny cuses, not even that, prst'erring to buy ihoir but ter in tbe town with part of ihe mou ey reeeived fr the roilk The chesxe factory furn'ehss the farmer wilb a market near his door for his milk si a good pries, while it b makes butler he must find labor ifil carry the butter to aarkot. Ine farmer knows by experience th.it be ran mnko mora in one tiv aellill'? hi milk lo tbe Cheese factoty than by makio it into butter. Tho cone . j - j - mi cue I that tbes cueeae isctones bavo been ooutpb?tly successful wher ever tbey hive been eetsbliihe J, uu I butler muking at cta-sl in inmy di triot where il ws formerly eirrcat sta pie. Tbo high pricss of buttsr can aot be regarded aa an uomiiod evil, niuee all trade experience show that i this is ths ooy process ky wbii h the production of a scam or dsucieit crop can be stimulated. Tsmporary bih prices will uol accomplisb this, for in such eases ibe sisriculturist receives little o' trs profit, the brokers ia tho large ansrket generally taking most of it. Hut when the hitch rate aro coo tinued, and Ibe scireily is tun render ed indispulttble, tbe buyers traverse the rural districts and com pets with each other in the priuos thsy otfs.', so that ti , bl4f k a ,0 butter mak- tbe farmers then really leal tbe temp We export annually from tho Uov ted States sous 1509.000 Worth Of butter, uod neatly 19,000,000 worth ofeh'ete. This tells the otory. The milk that goes into that cheeie for export is taken away from the pro duction of buttsr, and we feel it io the prlees we hsve to pay for butter. This cbef.ss making increases rapidly because the lorsign domuud is lure snd a'sady. Ths factories cause such a demand lor milk, that the (armors discontinue mkiog butler snd make s Inrger profit cn Uieii ruilk Srth Amerirnn. iOrlfla.ol the Splrcw. Nutmeg is the kcrosl ofanmsll. stnooth, pear-shnped fruit that grows on a tree in the Mcllucca Iilands aud other pans of tr.j 11,. Tbe tree', commence beariug in their seveutb year, snd eooiiuus fruitful until ill they old are seveutv or eights veari Around Iho nutmeg or kernel is u bright brown shell This fbell bus a Inoft scarlet cuvoring, which when . flutieucd out sn l dried is known ss mace. Tbe beat uutmeg are solid. and emit oil whso pricked with a pitl. Ginger is the root Of a ebruh C''t knows in A'0, snd now cultivated in ths West-Indies au l Sierra I. e rne The eien.1 grows three or four feet nigh, aud dies every yesr. There are to varieties f giBLer, tbe while aud black Caused by ukiug more cr lass caro in eslectiug sud preparing ihe roots, which are always dug 111 the winter. wbu tho at ems are withered The white is tbe best. Ciiittinon is tho iuuer bark of s tesu liful tree, a aaiive ofCoylun, that groA' from twenty to thirty feet in eight. and live to be est, tunes oi l Tbe I'nited Mutes has imported nosr ly 10,000 worth bfciuuarouu ins aiugl year. ClovJs native lo the Molucfu Is lands, sod eo called from tlieir resem blance to a Dail ('foi iJ). The Last Indicna call th-m ihangkrH. from the Chines teliunkia Irajraut oaila) They gro.r on s smooth l arked nee ubriit forty feet high. Clove are uot Iroile, but blossoms gathered belore 1 bey aro qoite uuloldud. AH'pios a burry, fi oslltd because il combines ths odor of sevSrsI epit'ea ;;ioj shundsuily on Ihe beautiful all spire r bay berry tree.jnai tvea ol tJ' mb Aneria and West Indies. A single trj ha been known to produeo oi.e hundred sud fifty pound ot berries, 'l'hry are purplo rvhru rips. Jilaik prppsr i made by grinding the dried berry of a climbing viuo uu live to ths Eust Indies'. White pp per is f'btc.iusd'from lbs saue bt ric Irsed .":i.m3 l js 'ius: ir riud. P..d or .V.ye-'ue p.-rr'JP obtbinod by jtriud- bs ecarist pod or ael-vessel 01 ironical p!'l)t that is now cultivated k tl-.o-t p.'.ris of tbo world. ctrarcft Jiom XES . 1 U' Union of November ?v : ' P.. Dejoobfeun, i 'J.'iil'r.Stt.-Jsr, iidgawM, Uj shown ol .cn ol apples, in aiaoabuut ; . vsr.je vl a no s egg, WDieo uro ...j .seumi croD 00 dio tiees tula ye.ir T!-e j bi'-Mbe June apulee. He !"rj.i;.l va i-vi noma of.a u! nr tr.a en ia bluosn sod u lb i.-.-e'ii ..is.l'Ssr ecitio.;; be ? lo'k . . , : - . r, .'.':uia crop er caei-riea e hare fk great oouatry '.bit Wiudle Teaoesss) of ours. Many of our fi.:me:j an now gatberluu Ihslr tsc; J crop 4 ooUtoeo. aod coc Sates of advkbttbiwq. f eolufcifi brie year o.on. sn.fj'i. pne asirestuain, an year, Oaee-ioorth eoluma, en year, On sqiiar (10 linea) on Imertlo) Kvory Siditlnnal Insertion Professions! snd Pttsiueaa eards of noi more than tve llnfS. per vtar. Audltnr. Pieetttnr, Admiiiisiratar and Assines Notirvs Ediiorinl tiniiee per line All sdveriiseateats for a shorter 16 00. so. ,O0. .... prrinJ than one year are payable at the liu.s they are ordered, and If ant paid the per son ordering tbm will be brld responsible fur the tnonev. IHseoTcrlr and Invcnttoos. Vjolirl luvetilen 1177. Puttlps invfuteJ, 1 J5. Camera obsrura invented. l.M;" , Engraving on wood invented. H'V K mes first planted in Knglsud.l. ').".' Paper flrt made of linen rut.'. 1 117. FhillinifS first coined in Iln.-'cii'J, li04 Mamons CinI polished sed eut. 1-130. Alraaoars ret tr.b!ibd in PocTn, 1470. Oua.lxks lovcttrd Id N'arcrcVnvf . 1173. Print ie, inssnttd, by Faust, U" rasny, Md I Wsiches tlrst ruudo'uHN'orenilrjri'. 1177 Hal Gist made !o I'urope, st Paris. 1 0I. Soap first to ado si hoodoo add DriKiol, l.r2l. Stops and pnfsc Qrst red in litera ture, 152) Theatrical performances trst piva in Knglaod. 1 178. Muskets inverted sdJ Qtsl used iu England. H21. Poa' rifflcHS first estallisLsd in Ku- rope, in I ranee, ito, Printing Introduced iuto England, oy nil ii, i ti Mao nnd cinrt Cr.'t brought to Fnjrliknd. Hs9 1'oriifioatinnt first built Jn the pres ent stylo. 1 50. Sus'sr reoning'flrsl practiced, by a Venitisn. 15i3'. Chncolite iniroiluced iufo EnUnJ. from Mexijo. 102U. Turkeys introdnred into Englscd, from America, 1320. ogravin-r on copper ioveo'.ed by Fimiguerre, Italy. 14GI. Canals, in modern style, fiiat innJe in Europe, Italy, 1451 Algebra introduced into Eurcpj by the Sarueen, 1412. City atrcets first lighted io modern Europe. Pnris, 1523. .Grselc lanvttste intmcuccd lo'.o Eocland. ly Gmcyh, 1491. Csata in' Plater, first Invented in Florence, by VeriebK 1470. Copertiicu dia-oversd tho true the ary of tba folar ayatctn, 15?2. Gardeoins firtt introdnced into Eo gand. from Netberpinda, l5(W. plav'mg csrds invented for tl.o amnstmcot of tho French Ring, 1390. Dice invented 7500 11 C. Shipping wheels invented at liruoi wick. 1530. Air irons were invented aa early as 1G4.V Hallan were itivontcJ ly Gderrnty a Jesuit, 17. '1 1. G'liHoiin, the inventor of Ibe guillo tine, the dreadful inJlrnment of pun iabmcnt in Faance, was born at Saintes 20ih of Marrh. 17"8. It isja f!e ru mor that hf perished by bis own de vice. He died io bis bed. llutterini: rnms were used 441 B. 0. Pellows invented. 551 II. C. H its investod, 1 101. Tu K Free Masons of Tennessee are at present taking steps 'wi'h the view; if pulling in operation a novel plan for providing eomfortsble homes for the widows aud orphuna of ileeeaed brothers. "In each grand divinicn of the Sute." say an exchangn, " A. thousand r nmre acres of laud arf fo acquired ly itll or urcb:ise, nnd eat 1111 into small lots of oue or two seres, with hiiisII collate on each. A por tion of the land will bo reserved ,for a school h use and tbnrch ; thus mak ing the locality it sort of community by it.elf. In no a: c'-es. there will be ebildrea old eni-in;h to ears for the land, ruixino; vsgaUble and 1'iuits for ibe mnrkot slid any deficiency of food und raimenl will be supplied from the lienevolelil fund of ibe iinnd division. The t-'veiiiy two Maonio lodges of the Siaie bsve'sltealy ra'fd n"iuly $0, 000 tiiward tho object to be scvotu nlished.'' A Pious old g.'titii iujii, one of the suit of : bo earth sort, wont out into th fi' II to cutclt u 111 a rv that was wont; , to bear linn tj town 110 nmveu on the most iiu;iroved mole. Ho shook; s measure ol c o n at her to ('elude hi r into Ibe belief I bit he wjs 10 get it; out the wa not l be dereived by soy smh specious act. ,v'ho would eorni ui 'Ii an I theu dash nfi ncjaio, until lbs oud man was fretted bally. At last be got in a coVncr among s tne b,nars nd lli:ide a Uah si her, when she bounded over tho waM and li ft bin! pruwlng anion ' the bushes His christian foiiit'ide v,nv way at tins, m l inhering himself up, he cried. tin. bell I bo ejaeiiiation badpsssea his bps before hethontht but imrne- Mutely consctoas nl its wickeaneta, ne -aid "Ivluiah !" and translated tbe p' ot'sno woid into a no'e of triumph. Mii-K. " II yon desire to gA a 'are yield of milk, givo yonr c6w bree lini's u day, water slightly sail ed, in which bran has been stirred ai the rule) i'f one quart to two gallon! of water. Yu will find that your co will gain twenty five per cent, iiutn. diutsly under the effects ol It. a nil she will become so alt ached to tbe iltet aa to refuso to drink rlesr-.watsr unless isry .thirsty, bul this mess the will aViuk almost at any time, snd aak for. more. The amount of this drink it an ordinary water pailful ,st saeh time, moraing. aooo and nigbk Your aoif. mal will tbon do her beat at disuorV ing Ibt laoloal." So tsw tt jnsf ."4 can farmer. ?"Mii04'k.ioilt mdtln Ofciar sou ofV. w eostOf n eentt.