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" . ' - a 5 r r I r 4 ,7 'A t A i ; i s VO'i . y y lit. ' 'jf 7 UNION, THE CONST JtLTIUK ANI) T1!K4LAV GUARDIANS OF OUR LI BEIITT. Vol. XXXIV un.i.Miiiiioi f;u, a. r. ivi;ii.i:miay, jam auv si. i5t. 1720. ;. Fall Trade, 1S53. f .n . ,. I'TTT). " ftbctsae flni Kttail Eeaier, In Drv't, MUti'uiti, VuinU, (Jii. J'eru Mark lbi4 l ku . uJfrfi-d to Jffat Trade, . i. -.:l ud a r.MMishle Icl la. a but r .. .r l Gacery & Commission 1 1n Hillsborough. " . . I . a Lll "' ...... (IWHItlg. W DM- hOUM kMBtt-IU UCCUl- J ky J. J. fare thd 4 Huo, A General Assortment of Groceries, whkb til t aoU oh huaU pruw lac t'h or Darter. All knxu af 1'rwlurc aiul IaiiliU1ur. .. r fJ ArttV ukra tor Good, U i. X CVvchTU'tttx. ?r if f the Ultlet t'ut were faMl New Jbodr itVhaa Lei in reUtiwu N ere &ttn litre n.4 PX'.Ti.fli.riia k'r totuewferre an eict urfit urreuii meu captartd be the Io ; 5walaLr- l.jfMiM . ' . i . - ' Lrn at tuarkrt mire iu ficliautt" tut tauutia at 3,..uiiS V.ua'iy wwmo awi lainirra, . y,i i i Aei,,i4 u Jot aifirt CaJi nJ Barter! . . i J ,l.-rL. a.,r Jubun B.Mirr imeu. 001 J"" 4iTf " a Ctulirrant. natural ltui MraMcf ur O'w J laliJ.' fur coasfmctifg clirip nJ cunvt lioa fell ; New Jemr vn prcticIl uiect ktcimrr. I'rnctire ' eunituiin rrannexeil to Kndaad aJtuuit eerjf- iniB tettte, which hiAA 0 or 30 thing went iint ut. Kj k-iubtf J7, 1853. ; $25 Hewrtid. RAN away ft" aubcrilarr eu iL 4ib uf Jul) laat, a A- Uul UaiitrJ J A. C, arj gkt J jr cm? la Wai k, j art, art f auMTf Iwhi, u.jw lural a lutfe ben walk iiif ai w fJMjkru. L aa firfuwrly urJ b Mi.JacaJiriuaUMiif AUauiiM-r,aul rr 4'" uctl I'jr Juhu Trtkugtf,r. aaJ je M (ituu ililj lucking ta Alamaix a ouni) Tlie worlJ ultra cnerv the thaJowr phai V tar pmcurrd lhamicoCMr. JoliBM.'niaintain ft l:aU2 4 Faoreit, h.H. l uiuM- iuao, i will kiwwq ( thing uf the preaen shut their ere to Had the Am i.r MltiiP rVa tl r t i,er f , S ft riftBn IWllh! lhaan rtHfA And tjitft ttn toil knmk tine hrad if it out, anj'aH would hate Leeo last. But ther bore the other bead fall l three flttar- rrswlved t tonuaer or die. Thi"li ler inch Hr hwlet. Half fill t!w,teir citiet were uken, their field ra boiler with water; art the huahead ihed, and their captured sutdirra in i cr the b"iler, fill the behead w ith carcerated in hideout prUon ship, they nhatereria ta be teained,nd caver. awtill maintained the atmjIe, making the open head with a piece of baguij; ; the pilgrimaj of freedom, if we maj Tc atearo froia the b.il:n-ttr be- peak in metaphor, literallv with na a a a i . a a one enemj bul hi. " rant rapid If thH bit tueact: call in fftead If war on kit friend lr Ixiidi, bail, and aeraritirt i involtet bit nearett kia Iratea bit wife a lar; quarter bit orphant upon the public; and, after hating enjuvrd hiiUM-lf to bit lat gti nea, entail a life of dependence on h'a projjrn?, and diet in the order if that ill-nndertooi reputation of bartuleta full r, w fitch it more injuriuu to cietj than aouae pi tire crime. A FiMnro CtTLr3x. A frentle &la-Ui ll;efh uiilriuil: the IihhI at twin a it ked IPet. Which Lied at rtrrr Urn 'min la rnmitlflrlr finmhed ahn ha it full of. old f-:r7-J would in the. water. A cuple of tr!p Had our father bsen incapable'at Val-ihaa er.tirehr tubbed off t'ie uliiJi of ative men, h wihiu fa.teited acrwas the bottom of the h2- ley Forge, had the? alirunk from the ! nolite association, be wallow in in atom ol the past, and bead w ill terve a handle for liftinsr itorm-beaten liiarch on Trenton, we! the ntter of iiiteioiierance. There are to lUo cuuaiuiiHj htv contempt fr the it about. The advantages td thi plan ahould oeverhate beenan indeiendcntt(Mi nianjr of thee finiahed apecimena pnU Thevobtinateljr that Ton require a mialler kettle, nation. There are people in the Old, of human. tj in ourcountrr, Tlieman it the modern revela-: leal water, and ies fire to cook a riv? World to dar full of eeniut a well asiurien liiirrr nmui the luirder. uf iflll V V 1. fix; I . r .... . . i " . . " . . ... . 1 n . 1 - ; , - . i k -' ntruviiv t,m c' tcicnce and pliiloopiie,' anu en amount of food, than if yoa o ruler- ol enthusiasm lur liberty, who yet can Y is 1853 , i !''inS u.t0 unbendinjr tenacity t the took to boil the whole of it in the ket-t achieve freedoin, principjllv, per- ' nanuer. customs and npiniont of their tie, and, beidevit easier to emptv haps, becauw the? want the indomita NO I H E TO NORTH CAROLINA ifhii bec.ose ther k VIRGINIA ilERCHANTS. Stevenson &.VeldeliY Ta---.'JaiH,,8. loeUraH.r. JU&DZVl&ar J ofStaple and Fancy Dry Gooii, Ittrbur?, Va tKui,m aihl ili liverjr la nte, near l aaUiig, Caa aril cul. of lur bvr ConliixuKrot in auv 0 Uut I ran crt her. " . ? -" - . . JAMES W.EEIl).; 11e love old the food after it is cooked, Prairic. ble will to walk the blood r pilj-rimaw. are old. They . Soil af tht South, j To the individual a strong will it at steamboat as in t " , ' . "l!necesarv a to the nation. Even in ventions ol the devil, preferring to;! HTfR llorsiRKKruRs. v e some-, tcllect it secondary in importance to trnt the old trey mare of their fathers, timet catch ournclve w ondering bow w ill. A vacillating man, no matter .rather than foster modern enterprise. ; many d the young women whom we what hit abilities, in invariably pushed Of all the "old fiigies" iu the world, meet with, are to perform the part of aside, in the race of life, by the man j the " old foirv" farmer w most unrea- housekeepers, when the youns men of determination.' It ishe who resolves I . m . a ai a a a t .t a a . a a sonable, and the nio..l iniolerabie cig wno.now rye them so admiringly nave to succeed, who begin reu!utelv again I or rozret. 1 he art ol peruaiU'd them in become their wives, at e anw.ir.. i. i j.'. i . - i tii tha u t.iiwl ' iug a.oriiiM-iii of llrltlIi ami h the farmer i eminently one of progress. t We listen to those young ladies ol goal. The shore of fortune are cover etr long after the gentleman has eras ed to be, and be uiovet about like a kind of travelling monument of what he once was, and a warning to thoe who follow in bit path. Ucrify Fiat. i great iiuiiueuieuta lu urc rORWARDINO ANDCOXNUION KCKCIUNTS, can lie found iu thia or tiii y utktr murh t. OflkC Bl NO. G, toitbokC Squarr, ' I X.'. Ordera pnmotljr aUtu'Hl to.; . XOHt'OLK, r.t. ; ; I" Peleeatorf.tepl. 18, 1853. Jj- Parlirular stteHtioa aid to the tale or 1'kmi aud odivr 'riHlutv. IVmttt J. Ursyrul. j HaTtlai, I . ' tilm" VM .'l'.'vr.l, ttt It kiaaiif'OaM'aj W. H.'Jdte', Cairj lif.X uf CaU I'ear. I--0 U. Iliaueb. I'im I lUIcigh & Uaatoa Road. nrozret. the art ol persuaded them to become their wives, at everr Irrsli rcuulf. that reaches the " t ur m .a a a .. a llneiilalfatiiKltosrihrrwiihaliigeatuck. Mrchanical injrf nuite .and scientific ; whom ve sneak, and hear them not ed with the stranded wrecks of bid- anted enerv. and faith, nd more resolute, euturera, who sue culturist. IiNproveinent u the order ronfession of an ability to bake bread ceed in making port. In fact, talent of the dav in the Held; and tuieof and pics, ortcook a niece id meat, or without will is like steam tlissinatinv -'r the arts is more susceptible t thHjj a dUpositionto- engage in any useful itself in the atmosphere, while abilities " 1 " ifluence of the progressive spirit ol tiiempiytneiit. : - 7-., , wntrolled br energv are the same Tllt frnTTl T'PW l0Tk. g. than that of the farmer. V lkj-fhim our-wn jouthfnl re steam brought under subjection as a w - w - - - I it... L . i.. innwlii tiiiilJlilf.an'Ultuni. t Jr 'l.'... . IVJ 1 L5.S:PhccUr. U.CUlScllO. 4..iri!-, "'""wire a a urns, rniaoa-eo inwra ,i9C0Vt.rv hive larjlf contributed to only acknowledging but boasting of Itant men, who lave w : ' ; i liLZJlXt itLi -.ii ....t advaucement have opened a field their ignorance of all houe work du- and therefore courage JL. U.Ti J&IlXUiS 43 51)., !a,.li,-.ur.-,JL, -ci n.,,c,i-,,i of inquiry and esperiment, which pro. ties, as if nothing would so lower them have perished insi;htof . . iliol-fcuic -rocr, ' i r olr;,r erft, i,uw,1M.i 0 nun-haaera ai miscs unlimited benefit to the ajm in the esteem of . their friends, as the but less capable adv Ixtcrestiso 8T.TiTic.--I)uringthe year I8J3, there were 158 railroad ac cidents in the United States, bv which 214 person were killed and 490 w ound, ed. During the same time there were CO fires, at which loss of life occurred the total number of lives lost bein 114. The number of steamboat acci dent was 31, by which 319 persons were killed and 158 wounded. The number of executions for murder in the I n i ted State was 61, leaving 9 still under sentence uf death. Or w ill it the rudder Mraara. Ittnl & Muuttt-r, Dr. N. V. W kiiehead, r C Ari. iWt Fanner U k of Va-5 Aleiamltfr Utll, ri. ' ' Meaara. tSiienca 4r. Ueil, Uultimurt. tleaant. U. Ul.muin &. Son, Ac 'irk. ,r - ; ' ! rlft,f tnejiinuatiartKnail which, whether a I.JZ.Js ; . Uulv oke his foitsar; ; t.-,. ; rr,r k at with a ywi fast aailinzclipper cc a slow aver barge. ' Bijit fwl dtitenflman-.V;,-.ud ?.thVC .. ... . . i ii ...i... 4 u; i ....u... ii. a ai-tiotc lniiiirrnic uui iuc m nin nun umcvu. I m mu, ninim -"ii ! ... .1 : l fl tr l un l i. ctrimra anil ti.olniui. eel.,him-lfiuil,eeiiTUINew V...k.Wl.uh The presets the engine or progress, .miss w appear " '"VJ -"9 , ; v.n.n"... .f,rilB t in l,fa 1 7.. ;forU-.u.r,ia...,,d,rr!lcoce1hetl,i,,k.r.iUl Uhecl ann, of advancement, the prin. otherwise. But we Wj ya l ng oung men, startup out in life, have found loeq.ul.if.Uejd- not aurpaaa. ., l,kU , of ar( Rcience 'iht philo- enough to learn that K" " "r "g-a wilf of vour own! If you do not. r'fr'j0,'':''' S. A experiences. J t J. most ;ou w, l ie rumed. . , do you v, a,,.. mi; arpima , . j ....... -1. , ., , lovinr. romantics "', "i,iii auccccu, een uiouitu ruur autii' Mi?rtl V'f Merchant Tailor's. Shop,-: ir.STiT:iu c. huiW aorW.iv.o i 77 , ' 'Hr French and EnglUh Ch-I,.; Wain ! themultslr '"''tXVf;!8: S tidTid,,S,rioU hJs- And ! " Vho XADK Voi-r'-OilC of the la ' LaiKi for Sale - H ff w4,:arlt0, b,,, tth-e TT fSal K rc parpe of war-! die. connected with the "Methodist . ' U orated ctme.t)oth fiuml and .laim Wiirta, J of the prictical Operator. . It carries Yr"52. n.r,fi ,rll.i .! f.e ;... !.'.. M'.aatnn l..a I OFFER for., le. large Traet of ,he bu-rt Frmch j .v.ta. .Nelk ' not onlv tie theory of the scholar and ricd(' lt g'"er' J ' ' that.r, r i-el omts Mission, who has under tg band in Per, eoun.y.jurt aer Ih. Tiw. &c. Alao a veil arlecied aaaor.oieid of the mAtiies of the laboratory, but thASUa.m to "d gf ,fe ,Mfr C,'arSC 'T ,lttle.b,J.V9ile.d ViaV northern Orange line. lteal Made Clothing, .uch aa , ;,e M,sleT,e 01 ' ; , f . ifr finjert and lily hantUr ot for a together on the morning of Christinas, rfsiW Aa a udv of upland, it U inferior D c , Orer t oaM Tests "i VT ?t t ! n ? i J iy,fe tu nd be ,,,,ke(l at anl -to perfect them in their answers to UUu.,,.1.,idd.a Part ofthi.-.U,e - Tb. ,4.1? KSltltSSt tc. ' ' mlHvhl7 ZVZZti in.rrK.da.,,d,heru,:c8c,,er...v..rei.m: utl,,f "C?!"V ..i"!dP the smallest, piece offood in the fire the visitor in the afternoon. Af- uwnva. y-,.. I..,... , aiered. On the land are a variety of aulmtanM. iin afavrimiola Dwelling tiousea. Wheat and To kaeru U.nu.Saw i :iat Milla in perfect re pair. ,' , ' ... . . ( , It will be aolJ iu parcel ta auitanj purchaser. l'Aiii. r. t;AMi;ut)N. Sugville P. O. Orange, IVov. 57. ax a -..I t.a i,i ..ii " ...i. a. i..... k Mnr. UU I M uic; u: pleaw in ityt,, quality and ;)!,. . :' Vations ijf the plain UtlSCieiU. OJ The l.a e.t Faaliions are reported t him mer. It,i Hot a Stilt mo,Mt,yond he monthly Iruin two nf i he moat fiahiounlite t"iiiea abstruse learning which in Hie worM; aud he datura hiniM-ll ih.it he can ! compreheusion of th V: C ! nuke aa gol lit a aa can I made any whrre. L c,L,.fu cumnMt'j. l IU lUi proiniaea I he piihlk that he will lake , -.V tlanitf of learn- i a ia ..... . ai n triii:ii atviriiitr -r . . ft-jii r"Uf tuuiiig and Making work in eiwjr ifvfoil lit the School i. ' a. I !... a.a.aa. I. -I l I . . w - . I 1 1 If fllV St: EI) COTTON. IITE will harter for Seed or Picked Cottonj " giving in exchange any kind of GOODS that may ha wanted. - . t LONG & WEBB. OrtnlM-rS6. 58 viyla that may be desired, : L. UARMICHAEL. October 10. ' 09 ; I EPIOVAL. J. J FREELATJD & ECU, Farmer , a plain and practical Jter arranging them properly, the first 'tutu rt n ft., ntrhf inilisu'B.lufk. ml... r Reasons wiiv CoFfEK is not well tion, "who made your" was to say madk.isi. l ne oernes are irequent- '(Jod." The next, VI what were you It too much and too rapidly roasted, 'made?" reply,?' The dust of the earth," their proper color being that ol cinna- 'and so on through the ('ateclirsm. The tnon. 2d. The coBee" is ground too j important moment having arrived, fine. 3d. Not' enough coffee is used, i the little " shavers" were told to stand Ii to twe newspaper the result 4th. It isusually over boiled, by which !up. The head boy.it seems, was miss- IRON! IRON!! 4 N Aamtitinem just receivi d. lv ; ; LONG 5: WEBB. Villi oiieoiiiK iheir rail Stock or l.ooua r , - i i - . . . . f i r. t , their Ne Uuilding. one door E...I &' rlurnal-and this i hat the old fogy - J. , . fpcrtineiits, in raising corn, pigs means the bitter principle extracted is, but the I act being unnoticed by jury. Farmer B may read from the berries, and little or no pains the teacher, she proceeded with the 'frJT hewill, and compare .his own are taken to clarify it. question, ' Who made you ?" which .xperiencc with it. This is one of " - - - elicited the following laughable answer: ects ol an asncultu-" Vnai 1118 Wlu can jJO. I was made outot deilirtol the 'ert June IS. 80 Si luiollirM'a Diuir Klnm. where Ihrv invi' ! - ..ii ....i r... .u...lv lumnin i.ii miiu riimiin till . ; I L'nuiiiry Trade, of eeryorl usui "wuS.'. j t.i thia iiuiktt. will tic taken iu AV irir ra. thp tirincinal obi ' raliuurnal and this is w hat the old fogy - Jt was one of the leading character but the little fellow what God made has i farmer cimtemptuoaslr styles "book ,tics of Napoleon to regard nothing as got the belly ache and gone home." iarmil)!I. .. IIUDOSSIDie. ins asiouisiunx suvcess- Tub HoMEsrtAO Bill. The gene ral provision. of the bill reported to the House are at follow: Any person, male or female, who is the head of a family and a citizen of the United btate. i entitled to enter a quarter section of unappropriated land, or a quantity equal thereto, to be located in a body, in conformity with the lc-l sUubdi visions of the public lands, a Her the H'une snail have been surveyefl No certnhtteof.such entry is to given, or patent Ti3taWHJBjtitiI after tlu expiration of five years fnftbiltff the entri : and in case of the death- oT the party, the widow or heirs of the deceased become invested with all the rights of the person making the entry. I he land acquired under the act is in no event to become liable to the satis faction of any debts contracted prior to the issuing of a patent therefor. In case of abandonment of the land before the expiration of five years, it reverts to the government. Aliens who have declared their intention of becoming citizens mar avail themselves of the benefit of this act, provided they com plete their naturalization before the expiration of five year. Person en tcring land under the aat are to be c in fined, as nearas practicable, toalte nite quarter sections, and to land subject to private entry. The present pre emotion laws are not impaired. The bill is made the special order of the House for the second Tuesday in February. Considered in relation to this branch rs are to be attributed to his indomU A Curious Structure. The nest of MVP IViober 19. JUST RECEIVED, the Druz Store. Sixiv Ounces .1 ! I ...... I 1 ........ I . .l -:!! - -1 -. I..... I. . . l..n.,l.,l. fei.(la.l i.rf liaon tikllfflfl in y. ol us purpose, ine agncunuiai juui u. muie win scarcely iesa mini ins uiunuw pmti; na iv military genms. v einngton was ois- laumrnia ot mosi singular musuuf Qt'I- 07 tinguislteu for a similar peculiarity. tion." It is about tliree inches in The Newbern Atlantic of the 41st inst. says: "The town of Beaufort has decided to subscribe I00,0;)0 to the Atlantic and North Carolina Rail road. An election was held to ascer tain the sense of the citizens on the pro ject, and there was, as we have been Koicnilier 16, ISWv J tSI Kl-Cr.IVED, at the Drug More, a large - fJAKIKG EUSIWESS ..... t -. ., . j lOUR Doxen Frenb C'ilralc of Magnvaia, re- reived at the Drug tSloie. j QTvOUND Pepper, Ginger, ami Cinnamon, 1 leeeived al the Drugstore. ' j Kuvrmher 22. , U Caswell Mutual Pelna indebted to O. wiV f d . 'P5 T "f Valrio" "P ' a- .i i ..r .1.. - J we iniend to ... lun a farmer hat been sue- reiiirni illinium mr irri-, . - I. ... . . , . ..e . . ' . " make thia a aianding ru0110" ,c" ' m . cessful in any operation, he. gives U I he entire fentnsula campaign was, ;lengtn oy two in uiamcier. oum oil mionned, only one opposing vote." nnke lout; fm-nda." X n to the world through the presn, just as indeed, but one long display of an iron 'adobes, the. walls being nearly half an From the same source we learn that f he w ould drop in upon his neighbor will, resolute to conquer difficulties by ! inch thick. Inside is a. projection, the Commissioners of the Atlantic and ' t I . .. .f -rino it IhuT h.r- uAirini thniii k!lf A nTfim 1 lit i W la IC I. MPai'lV IIIVIUiTS IULII LWU HUlLI L r . I I. If it ll rii!l (I mt uu'hnrn hailil d.lU Tf Utlll J I. lalC Hi I 1113 19 uiu"w" I Viilllll Hivi" vwv 4i ivawiixvi j . - - l- l.' "' " va av vnv-ttat nvitl t rible bu"bear, botik farming !." j Great was quite as striking an example ! ments, about an inch in diameter. The meeting on the 19th instant and passed ol what a powerlul will can ellect. inside is linea witn a wnite downy suu; resolutions recognizing the expediency His stubborn determination to subdue ( stance, not unlike velvet, and presents' 0f a subscription by the county of Cra the Persians, his perseverance in the ; one of the cleanest and most tidy little ven to that work, to the extentof 159, crisis ol battle, and the emulation tohousehnldsimnginabIe. But the most' QUO, and appointing a committee to which Ke thus stimulated his officers curious part of it is a door, which fits devise a plan for obtaining an expres- and men, did more lor his wonderful j into an aperture and closes it lienneti sion of the people of Uraven county rVlU Company, wh (eriiliiin for aome feeeie aniilicaliuna for Dcllini IIiiusm and Kuruilure. Blorci. Work I1', Milla, Factwiea, awl inher huildina and iiiid ir..MTiv, on rtrwialle ternw. bvery one who innurca Income thereby winiier uf the (y'.impany. The riska taken are generally in t country or amall towim, in thia ,jinl Vjigiiiii, ao if.at no heavy lua ia al any 'e aniirijMied, and it ia expiti d that it will "in, if at all, he noceaaary to inakeaKneaxinvnta lie prpinium notea. ' ' AfjiJicaiiiiiia to tie addreased lo Jamea M. Al ". ea.. Secretary, M illon, or to the undersigned the IVt Office in liillboroih. who will at teii l to inking the iiceei!iiry anivey of the premi ""uii wuicli inauraiire ia ileaireil. . .. . Illl.'- m lita 1 1.' I) I .. . - :m ro ivi. I .lLi.irwv, ngrui. t N'oveiuber 25. ' . 13 -6m BOOTEES. VADIES Tliin-Sole Bootee, from J. Milci &. Son, Philadelphia, jinit received bv f - ; , LONGS: WEBB. June 13. v 9( ... . "i . i . 1 a.... i).a r.r. Jl r. annacriwr iihiiuk iiurmi . .... c u IUt riaae MakinB Dusinera, at hia residence, aix. t . V . . . r ir:n . I. ...... -1. l ava. i nines norm oi jiiin-i'mnugii. y- - ( cute all order in that line wilh which he may be t proacil . . . a r . . 1 favored. He h provmen luinaeii w on go nw o . . , o But the press goes farther than this, and gives theory as well as practice. It places within'the reach of the hum blest farmer the deductions of science which niav benefit him in his daily oc- amonj hat Inn it hppn a re ..... .-..0 ;- the ultra-coiiscrvattve tillers of the soil. .Why it should be more than book-doctoring, book ling, or book politics, we are at 1.a K. rn iri aa I tl tttf-ririll tlirp ... a Ta 199 IfcW UtklVl III t !. M J U.l avva.a. fu.nUhed with new Cards, and put in good if tion. WhiCIl requires no hi i w juog Fire Insurance Coinp I.tlLvATKn AT Mll -rnC IK kh has WiiAi aucreaaful terwl. anU will keep gooo worh.i.. .., u 80j m e ,n..nil,rfa orepared to he will I able to plcane those who may want any , unriXrneon .i" career of tictory than even hi great i cal pair by the 15th of June. LEMUEL WILK March 9. KINSON." 79U WANTED, KJHT A WAV, iii exchange for new Goods, 600 yaida of Woolen Jean. ... ' 300 ' colored plain wove Linseya. 301) while ..'. " Do. 800 "' f Tnw and Cotton Cloth. " 4H0 " of Blue-striprd Cotton Cloth. 200 piiia of Wool SiKk. 200 Ilia. home-Hiuii Shoe Thread. LONG 4- WEBB. , 1,000 YARDS Tow anil Cotton ClOltl wanted at - 'LONG & .WEBB'S.' 'itemlr 83.' ' fOTTON, either iu the seed or picked, bought . LO.NO&WEUB. September's. . ' ; .04 DRIED PEACHES. I ft ft OtTSHBI.H wanted; a I no Damwotand Jcii Chetriex; the hiheat price iriven at LCING & WEIJB'S. . ySepteiuber 26. - ment. that can be increased by study and reflection no enlarging of the un-. derstanding that can be procured bv reading and experiment? Not at all. Farming is only an art a mere me chanical craft in the hands of the Void fogy;" but it is a science a field for un limited research in the hands of the inquiring, progressive agriculturist in the hand of the intelliient book farmer." I he Irish laborer would derivc.no annreciable advantage from books and papers to aid him in the use of his pick and jihovel his work is merely mecha nical more of the bone and muscle than the head ; but the farmer let him not say that he can become no wiser, nmnori! skilful in his. callitis by the aid of books. He could offer no strong er indication of his ignorance and big otry. . fine Un(smd CuUistor strategic abilities. coalitions pears upon the walls of the front apart- a public spirited place without, doubt. s were as ment. The arrangement oi the uoor. raitttrvilu Carolinian. :all v. '1 he door is secured by a hinge, on the question, according to the re- 'formed of the same fibrous substance quisition of the charter. This look In the life and death struggle be-'as the lining of the house, and upon i, "noing ahead." Oalv: tlunk of tween England and France, during the 'which it. swings with freedom. The the small town of Beaufort, possessing first fifteen years of this century, it nest is occupied by a dozen little U- not mue than one fourth ol the means was the stubborn will of the -former rantulas, which seem to suosisi upon 0j the town ol ravetteville, subsenb- which carried the day ; for though Na 'a yellow secreted substance tlut.ap- ingSlOO.OOOtoarailroad. Beaufort is poleon defeated the lirittsh airain and. S'rain. new ones .1 a- i - . - a I A - 1 r il. - . ..:... ,.l K. liltla inm:ltpa consianiiy lorineii, unm at lasi me lor me proicm"" '' a . . a .- la a. " " a ? I. .... I ' Vrcnrh neon e. it nut their Kmneror. indicates srrcai insunciiveai xmietiuiai i -i - ,-- . , ......... were completel r worn out. 1 he bat knowietige. , 'a. a Epidemics. Dr. J. F. Peebles, of It is the intention of the Petersburg, Va., having been appoint- tie of Waterloo, which was the climax finder to forward this curiosity to the ed to report to the American Medical to this tremendous stt u'Ie was also 'Smithsonian Institute at Washington, j Association at its next Annual Session, an illustration ot the sustained energy. the superior will of the British. In that awful struggle, French impetuosi tv proved too weak for British rcsolu- tion. VVe will see who can pound the longest," said .Wellington, and as the British did they won the battle. But it is notonlv in military chieftains that as trong wilf is "a jewel of great price." Nations and individuals will, aud this alike in large undertakings and in small. It was the determined will of our forefathers to which we arc principally indebted for our freedoin. For the first few years after the De claration of Independence wt loot most on the Epidemics of Virginia and North The eclipse of the sun on the 50th Carolina, requests the co-operation of of November last, excited considerable the Profession in these States; and attention at Callao, (in Peru.) . At half- that accounts of Epidemics occurring' past three o'clock iu the afternoon the within the year be drawn up by those eclipse was nearly, total, a very small who have encountered them, and tor spot being visible. All the streets of warded ta his address on or before the L allao wore the aspect oi ueauinc isi oi Jiarcn next. .... glominess ; a shade of gloom marked every countenance, which wore away as the eclipse passed oft'. : At the Chin cha Island the eclipse was total. '. -.'The price asked for Mount Vernon, i the mansion house and two hundred acre of the adjacent land, is two bun- .1 .i i I .ii ...i:l . .i.. ' - ' v, u j. - uieu . inousanu uoiiui s. wiiue me in- . No onb's Enemy But his Own." trinsic value of the property is.nt " No onc'teneiuybuthisown," happens, tirnated higher than thirty thuutani generally, to be the enemy of every dollars. ..V'. .A