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m n (D 1 IL A ED H W M Be just and fear not: Let all the ends thon aim'st at bejfcr gantry's, thy Cod's, and truth's. An-t, .P. IIOLLOWAT At B. W. DAVIS. M y mi. TERMS ,00 IX ADVANCE. RICHMOND, IA., SATURDAY ?IOlxiNGt NOVEMBER 7, ISIO.. VOLUME X NUMBER 44. s ..-r ... ? . ... : .J. . . I r m From Vie Sunday Morning Atls. THE CIGAR GIKL. It is to I a few years since cigar stores sprung tip amcinff n. Befere they were opened it. this city cigars ,ivere retailed alinoBl exclusively at -hotels, groggeries, and groceries. Some calcula ting Yankee who had travelled, or scheming En glishman who thought ho might make money by adopt inf? a custom of his country, doubtless was At length the suljact of a cigar f 'This isv,ain ! havegV rar to recede. It is useless lor you ia o?;csT wishes, can yoj do?' . 'I cm die. , What Mhan lived store was brought up. . " Mr. James oiler at least till something else j turn3 up. You do not fear that I have strength j to maintain myself with respect, and honor to ; von.' 'No, mv dear Ellen. I have no fear n that that in consequence score Your heart is pure your principles aro ; of iho weather, Ellen sound. It is not by such creatures as dress von in suTh a situation mat a virtuous mind the mother hurried to the 5Jaijd there learned couIJ loose ilii glory and clotlie itself with shame. . from Mr. James himself, tr.TtiJt. t1uj .inc fu. j Mv onlv fear was the pain of exposins vou to ! m-jlit previously at the us'j iU. uiih a "it'e- i the first to open a atom in Gotham for the ext.lu- I ,l6 pnZr of the many that will be attracted by nun, :i friend of hers, who ! been in liiu habit Too whola ofih at night wasejy Mri. Som crs :n tha 'reatest anxiety. I.rn!v hooo of th i Icomforl.ihle state t St.. inq in jured to St.1V could aJ-! with Mr. Junes' ftmily. E4V ; t!,e fliominfr ! se of a l uircr kind, producing hpnw i1ao. ?:ve ale of cigars. In a place that may almost j vour beautv, and remarks you will be forced to called a city t, smokers, trie cijjar sinro u a j 9tcn to. great convenience, for there are miuy penilemcn j 1 shall not heed them, dear mother no more who inhale th.: weed who would not like to enter than thcina.iy profane remarks that I hear oeca--a public house for a supply, which they must pre- j sioually in passing through tha streets. I will viou1y have done, had they not supplied them- pray for ihe'ir reformation.' Belves with a box at a time. I ti utatlB . piin I nm wr.-nrr Ii a nur .1' " .TIL "I- t J vince to fulfil our duly ir whatever situati lOl long oeiorw u, vaiir i- wm-l.-,, Clrn l-.'l will nr.f ilr.nrl n to ' of peeing her home nightly 'It i3 my ftult it is my iliV excJjim-d the distracted woman. 'I sho'have kuorn better I h'v0 sold her for filthy .'ul. V!iat savs the D:b!e? 'Lord, deliver us foK0mytatiofi' and I, her mother, who taught her breathe that very IXI3TS FOR U'OOL GROWTRS AND SPr.N CLOTH MAKERS. A friend in ihs country of Merrimack, who has had bodi the experience of a Farmer and of Car ing and Cloth Dressing for twentv-fivo vcars, forriished iho editor of the Farmer's Monthly Visitor with the fo'loains useful hint- For pmiitable rearing of sheep, I would select a tnixturo ct iMerino with Iristi mH S,...ti. r navmr not over half blooj Merino ror common wear, 1 would have the washed clean before sheared as soon as i or three days; for if the shecp'hrc suffered to run longer ufier washing, the wool is not fit to card without further cleansing.' Sort, examine nnd pit k the wool before it is sent to the carder. Do this work so tWmmMi- . . . . , HOME- I FIFTV Vt'IR tlvrrl In 171)1, I don't thir.k there wera pi.no lt.rtfs in the citv: now I cunnn.a ,.., . ten thousand. The lasses were nil better em I'loyrd; they were the true yrke fellows always drawing equal, helping and cheering their ood men, as they trudged along with the cares "and burthens of life. TIia mml.tr ;.i j. i the clothes in the family. No merchant tailors anJ their five huno'red dollar bills in those davs: no notes laving over. In fret for the Gr.t fi 'teen sheep lived in ew V,.rk,I uever heard ,f n 'own. The ciwar stores, which depended exclusively up on ihe excellency f their commodity to insure -ruistorn, the more effectually to bring grist to the mill. In London there are a jrreat many individual mailed 'men about town.' These are formed of, 1urks, bloods, sporting rharacters and exquisites. ' These all are, or effect to be, gr;at ndmirers of i pretty women. VVhcrevern pretty wom-;n is, ! thfre ihey most be. It n thought that Midami I Vestris made her Olympic theatre so long n pro-j fitiihlc concern, not so much by her own cxqoM- i . . . . . ...... I He florin anI uatiruig, nor uy Die loimitaDie l-erf rtnan'es .f I.istoii natures droll as by the trusting heart that confides in him. The extraordinary beauty of Ellen drew many customers to Mr. James' store, and sa well was ho pleased with her attraction that he raised her sal ary. Ellen's situation was at first very irksome, and she concealed from her mother anxious to know every thing that occurred somo of those little annoyances which she felt might pain her parent or render her unhappy. She folt that sho was bound to do her duty unflinching! v in the sit- i nation in which Providence had placed her, nnd ;' shi proved that there is no situation in life, in it self honest, that may not be main tan: ed with rcs- All felted wool should be sheared so as to tne leil .ill on prenarinjr to card it: as no rickr pro- j prayer I have placed her iosmptauuu'i Tiifin ' mvself. Oh! she is lost-jio Joiif" rte --- --' ' '"jil"! 1 ' i IjL i ptar"c; rnuko it ns pcrkctly clean as if it was to tered home. On enterinyis;? srtmnt. iheri I "e c r"cd at home in cotton cards. stood before her, her daughter! Henrv. O Ellen, Ellen Sorners!' sh"tl:.imed. 'Not E!len Somers, but EilViikinson,' ex claimed Henry. 'Is it so, my child? speak!' - 'It i3, dearest mother,' and ifihildand parent were buried in each other's embes. It was even s. Henry haJen struck with T.I . II . . . Liieii s manners bi nrst. iiesiiag Jiic lifu-r tines won his admiration. 'Jrac.s mind, more than her person, crcd h respect. He deemed the ".slel tria re shcain? ; let the sheep be j "ted note ; hence I infer that the pressure inhe hey aro dry say within two , money market is owing to the increase of play luu.tii una piano lories; because the solitary lit tle play house, at that time, I don't think would holdover three hundred people; but now we hat seven or eight play houses, and those so largo probably to hold three thousand each. I hae heard that thirty thousand dollars a week won't sub- j support the plaV 'house. Now only think bow many butchers, and bakci' bib's might t. paij with this oionev. I beard of a mnn liv:n i'n - way j ,1,:lt ,flere s!,a11 "ot remain a beachnut bur.burdock our, inisua nea;, mr any other adhering Ocr thecrowd that assembled daily to sen her J beautv, she exercised a perfect control. Civil j and afTthle to all, was that in her look and bear ing winch awed rudeness and even its conception. It is said that before the firm and sloadfast look tj-nntny oi weetiv pretty women sno niwavs nan . t nnd nonor 1 I. A mt-it. t . n ..Cllin ..i.v.ir otilfi) I.- r rtr ! . in Loud iti wt-ro d!ermine.l to try the experi ment they did so, and succeeded. The 'young men about town' crowded the stores where pret ty rirl presided, and expended their money plen- lir.tttti f..r K lunit tA' iKn ltr..r.rin tnr Jillv I h 11 r . ,i . ' i ..... ,i of m in the lion quails, and that Iho maniac in its fact i. tbore nro many younj men about town ., , , , , , ... ., J r ,, .i : wildest passion cowers and trembles such sped in this city nxquixiie fellows in their own nptu- , 1 , ., , , .... ti ' ... !.. . r has virtue over vice such spell hud Lien feomers ion, whose lives are spent in too sublime art ol ; . . i - - , . , i i it. fi, .t ' over the mai irity of th ?sc who vi.sitcd the 6tore. dressing anil cultivating whiskers those who : J have any and imperials and mustaeh .is in! Am ng the frequenters of the place woro three rlMcovernig lite m..st delieate scents to perfume 1 persons known in common parlanco as gentlemen, their bodies with t.icse being's are m .ncunaiiies ' One was a thin young gen iletnan with a foreign but very harmless ones. They go in cxtudes j r,r, one who would unquestionably bo taken by at the performance -f a pleasing daucer,and have any person unacquainted with him for one of been known in their rapturt. to strike their those Count Feignwcll's who have made so white kid gloves together with u force th it would much capital out of our fashionable citizens. An produce a sound audible to any person win sit other was a tall, stout, rosy checked, good Io.k nexl to them and who was blessed with good j ing gentleman tho third had nothing to distin onrs, and furnished with a good ear trumpet. guish him beyond a quiet propriety of dress, and Thev have also been known to throv a delicate a gentlemanly figure and deportment. The ihrcc gentlemen declared Ellen to be dev lish pretty, and the two first resolved to call hc,r lake j fivo Bory house one day while at dinner, had tho ckcr 1 taker's bill amonntmir to SITSO. I.rnnnhi .... i.. ! an entirely deMroy the felt; & it injures tho card j him; ho took out his pocket book; his wife Jo ks n,,,! ra'cs the rolls to have small nubs in them. "Cross the table, "See my dear that you leve ! When woo! ia prepared for coloring, let it be : money enough to buy the tickets" TVn dl!fus wisucu or wen cieanseu before itshall be put in ; ero wanieo lor iho tickets there were fifteen the dye. Let it also be well cleansed after taking ' ,n ,Iia bouk ; so tho baker had to rail again and out of ihe dye. : the p!y got the trn dollar. Nxt nu.rni.ur 'hev If the woo! is intended to be mixed, it had hot- ! had nothing for their m.mev bm .v,Lm,. ,, ' hPr t( r ho mixed before it shall be sent to tha mill t iow bow many thousand auornumrn .I.,..- his love and 0,t'f'il "ft " S wilI the blue dyo in it, ns some : keepers and stnge-sweepcis, men singers and wo. ia! to which i S""-1 1 'dies so netimes send it to be carded; for it ; ,nc" singers, lamp lighters end fiddlers, ore kil- pin or keep any j 'mff ''wo in theso concerns! If b'I the mn ath or a small bortnet upon the slaire when rnttv lueer In. Imitn iir"iitt t n" before n(T box noon such occasion, and to deposit . their ffors on the stage his not required more etrmgth than would forco tlvm s -mn j4wo ot three feet. These 'men about tiwii' have two artieli-s .f fiith. F.rst, that thev aro the only connoisseurs of beauty; ai.J secondly, that they ore irrosistably captivating. Those animals are well to Ho in tt.e world, they aro flush f money; nn l it is to catch them & others not quite so weak nnd insane as they are, that the Cigar Girl is placed behind the counter. She is iho magnet of attraction, nnd the cigars go o(T as thai very erudite and philosophic Sim Veller would say, 111 'i iciii n 's uiu isi'i iiu ' 7r he out her. necc.ssrv.aArl hfr.ricd that she ! " crr "t'nsivo 10 car.!, to ' - ' ..i , . .. . . : f . . . passed unsullied through the 6 ordeal. j o re uoiu mo House in that state. ! were lemng trees and hoeing corn, and nil iho wo- After the scene narrated in carriage, the J '',s u'ooI to bo carded is fine, it ought not to j n,cr making cloth nnd knitting askings, there vehicle stopped at his country rh?nec, .nd there ' bo gre:sed before sending if to mill. If the wool j wfu!d bo no high pressure in Wall street, nnd in the presence of his familjIJen and Henry j ue ver-v fine l should not b greased at all. For ! lno hnker would not need cull again for bis Lull, were married. .1, V white fl mnel it may be oiled with olive nil; for j When Washington was President, his wife knit That in every station f.W the most hum- K""p,i cll,1h, with puod uporm oil. Wool that i, ' 'ckings in Philadelphia, nnd the mo...- mada ble, as well as most loftya vms mind miv ? ej l,u ,ies ' ,re '" ,lv " throe weeks "0"gn ruta and cakes between Christmaa and supj)frt itself with rcspifcf i honor, may be learned from the history of Cioau Girl. At th.-j same time, that ex:ive pirtim of tho L'.rd's Prayer sho'.i'd be ;irs present to ns. j in hot weather must be oiled over, or you must I Year'r; ! prouu now the married ladies are mo to miko doii?h-nuis. besidna ilv kLoad us not into temptation. know how, so they cVn rud to Maria me P.unpn for dour, or some other French coke makers, and have b in rolls kvcrv good firmer s housevvifo will learn h ir i. i. :-uu anu leocn tier oaugiiiers to preparo wool lor :"our, or some otner irench coke makers, and too carding maehmo. 1 hey should be taught to ,n,.v sp,J'ige cake tor threo dollars a pound. In spin and weave, and perform their other domestic : those days New York was full .f substantial rm. Sjcietv of Womex. u more profit-' ""'faeturing ns was done forty years ago. On i fi,r,a. no' i' f"' of splendid misery; r.nd there ablo, because none more r..g und provoea- : lae "'lo-.vioge n Household m inul ictures depends ' were no gray-neaded spinsters, (unlesc they live of virtue, than that or rtl and sensible coquet te, an fl itte'ed idol.'tlle fashion, she : our independence. When the :irt is losi. w i were very iiuly indeed) for a mr.n roul.t .t . " - " 7 " - " fg v 'illw must go to the largo factories for our doths; nnd j ric" 'oT n dollar, and begin house-keeping for much of their cloth is hardly worth making up for j ' went v, and in washing his clothes and cooking common wear. j his victuals the wife eavrd more money than it i"'i..iU r.. .i . . !,.r b i 1 i t J v.w.i. ,-3r uvcry-unj common wear may tie made ; " i'i'"rl "r- i nave Known a min ister lately got live hundred dollars f..r buckling a couple; ihen wine cake and other etceteras, fivo hundred more, weddimr cl.tlo-a .nil irw.l women. God enshrined pecug oodness in tho form of woman, that her beaimight win; her tre.;t!o voice invite: and the'e f her favor oersuade men's sterner y ou'loavo the paths : of sinful strife, for the wavs pasintness and ' of COIrs open wool; mixthe white in equal parts peace. But when woman from h.:r blest j w,,h hl ;ck or blue. Hive this mixed wool well eminence, and rational cnj;v, into the vain : p!rdcti sP',n coarse as fivo skeins to the pound- ii i iin.j wove verv siou' nnn drt-ssoi iiv on who should be the happy' man to make tho d; vine creature his godess of (ileasuro. The ihird, Henry Wilkinson, said nothing upon this subj ect, and would by no means enter upon the bet en gaged in bv the others. He watched tho result however, with much interest. This, was the crisis of the Cigar Girl's life. All tho arts that professed libertines use; were to bo put in force to gain their end. Eich anti cipated a speedy victory each was disappointed. They commenced by being very liberal, much to the good of the store, it advanced them nothing ihey endeavored to force upon her costly pre sents, it was vain. One, upon an occasion, pro- To the following brief history we give neither i posed la hcp to tnke rir)o io his barouche they date nor location In a backroom, barely furnished with a bed, n small deal table and two woolen chairs, sat twofemales. The eldest looked exceedingly sor rowful, the youngest wore u bonnet half pushed from hwr head, as she aat.witb her face buried, in ir lv.iiil.i- which were supported upon the table. y - l( never made a similar ofT-ir.- They retired from ! ihe siege awed, abashed, and crest fallen. They ih ul never even an opportunity of pouring sophis try or their slung into tbe msi-oVns unpolluted ears and ihey finally hated her, while they respect ed her, for.-lhey felt he was a superior" being to themselves In this discomfiture of retiring like used up hounds their only conclusion was, they The long ringlets that escaped from her bonnet , Wtre Dotn jn the same contemptible situation, and and served cnureiy loconctai ner i:.ti..r..-, :.o .u.. on could not Uiumph over Ihe other. .. i-.. a ..i . i : r. .. .1 : It was at this period that Henry Wilkinson be r- 1 I I .1 A . I. iAI .in ol raven iiiaCKiiess ami uiiKiness. vf ..... "-j her head, her face, which was of creat beauty, was set with tears. It was a sail thing to see so much misery slnred between these two lovejy beings. 4I can get no more work, mlher, said the voungest. 'Mr. Brown says that tho times re to hard ho has been compelled to discharge Jjr ly hands, nnd lhat there is no prospect f doing any ihin; f,r a long lime.' - f 4Tiie Lord havo mercy upon us!' exclaimed tho xld woman. , ' Thcre is one chance left for us ono tbt I dread t thioU of but which ia bettaf.jU t ee What is thatf wbati9lha17eniuired the moth- with aorhe ai:ckness. and a lieiirhtened color. r Mr. James hs opened a cigar store, and he j drizzling rain had been most uncomfortably inces . wants a young lady to attend if one who is ; s a n t r thst Henry appeared, according to custom, is good a' jt see Ellen home. He brought with him a re- 4I understand you my child good looking you j markable old looking umbrella, at which Ellen would gav. and few would stand a chance with j laughed heartily. They had not been out long you on that score. But no dear wo must not. j before it was found to be totally inefficient. Ileo I, your mother, dare nol think of it. Yon would j rv, professed to be deeply chagrined at his, in beexposed to the rude gaze of every creaiure,who j listed upon ordering a barouche, which Ellen re in laving out his beggarly trifle, expecting that J sistcd. Her lover, however, overcame her scru ho exhibition of a pretty girl was included in pes and thev entered the carriage. Henry was . his charge, anJ thai he had paid for the priyil- j ,n the highest spirits, and so entertaining that El ca of staring you out d countenance. You j eu was totally ahstneted in his remarks for tome mi 'ht bo exposed to impertinence, or even insult, time. At length she was recalled to passing e- No. no. mv child, we must thinK ol it. vo oui vents came a frequent visiter. His advances were made gradually. He entered into conversation with her, and was surprised to find lhat her mind was as in beauty, as her countenance. He siw the po sition that she held and the manner in which she held it. He admired her, and he caused, by his pleasing manner, a reciprocity of . feelingyr y -jK? Ellen's mother had always been in the habit of calling at night for lialkdaafghler, and of accom panyinghar fcomc. - Sh was, however, confined to her 'bed-lor a lime with illness. During this period, Henry .Wilkinson saw her home, and in their wntkaith afToetio that faad" sprung up be tweenthe young people grew into the warmest feel:ng and each mutually confessed the passion. It was on the evening of a dull day, in which a a sr. C3t ttiing, is.un worthy of an hoi sibre mth'd ed oiTFaT ' -'A pre!$ Djar deceit, We honor the chivalroifjrenee which is paid in our land to womt proves that our men know how to respecj nnd pure affec tion, and our women are fi -jf such respect. Yet women should bo sontajf iore than mere women to win us to theinty To bo our companions, they shou!dMed to be our friejids; to rule our hearts,h'uld be deser ving the approlmion of fVla. - There are many such, and that thertfjjrrnorc, is rather the fault of our sex, than D vn; and d"spite ve been thrown some good old fashioned clothier at eight or ten thousand,- six or seven hundred in driving to tha springs or some desert mountain; then a house j furnished at an expense of iwoor three Ihousandf ! nnd u Finn all I Ii i'j I. . . . . mi. i. -vtii:, ma .'icily wne can all the unmanly scandals unnn them in nrose or v share in the rational convc thin listen to tho silly co a man dishonors then, as self, when he seeks t and nolfoi th improv?in i ml- heTi i ft Tie a Tiff fi cy would ratnsr cf men of sense, of fools; and disgraces him- il 1 e pasti rue , wind. h. Magazine. arriage, after s. jHobbins, Eq. of lire, to Harriett, Jiambcrs, of the iiaegroom was in again Eden among other clothing stores, some thing s i.-elv will be obtained. We will econo mise, and if we get but little, remember that Gnd tempers the wind to tho shorn lamb.' Ellen's eyes were dry on the instant, and light ad up with hope. She kissed her mother and de parted. The old Iidy fancying lhat any sacri fice while her daughter was with her, was pref erable to parting with her soul's treasure. It would have taxed a nice calculator however, how ' two beings who scarcely could be said to have partaken of a meal a day, would have economised unless it was by living without nutriment alto gether, and to this straight they seemed likely lo be redueed. Ellen returned. Her mis-ion was vain. No errployment was to be had. For sev , eroldayt tbe mother and tbe child rather existed 'What a lime we have vou h?ve told a story that been,' he said 'Why must have occupied half an hour at least, and good heavens! we are i out of the citv ! stop the man. Henry, he does not know where he is driving us.' 'Yes he does. It is all right.' 'O my poor mother!' 'She shall be well provided for.' 'Cease, sir, lo shock me bv any illusions to baseness. On, Henry, turn back, for the lovo of heaven! and I will forjive you, and pray heaven to forgive you too. Oh Henry, I would not think you capable of this,' Here the poor girl shed tear? like rain. Henry was affected and it was some momerts before be spoke. At length he said.. Marriage asd the 4th mat. we announce courtship of four days, of Chaddesley Cordetl, Won youngest daughter of M New (louse. Himbleton. his 77th year, and the brtUrr lGih year. On Monday week, whilst IlLbins was step ping into his carriage wiiifouug bride, he fell down, and was taken ujipip. fspbury Chron. H The Wine of the PAsijn answer to an inquiry from E O. DjUvaa jM. Noah, Eq. as to tho kind of wine usadle Passover, Mr. Noah mad a the fellow i ng hive ybijFTio'r!v?'ptT'i .. J ih wine is prepared for the CUr. If you wish to make a small quantity communion, ta ble, (for wine will soon grfit having no al coholic body,) take a gallniphn or stone jug; pick three or four pounds jfn raisins; break ofF the stems; put the rato the dem j .hn, and fill il with water; tifover tho mouth and place the demijohn Mo fire, or on one side of the fireplace to kejrm. Io a week it will be fit for use, maktore, plessant, and sweet wine, free from al4It may lat from Sunday to Sunday withotng sour or tart; but it is easy to make ajfijuatiiy ,for each time it is used. This is tie we use on tha nights of the Passover, f j it is free from fermentation: we are stn Inhibited not only from eating leavened brq inn occasion,) but from drinking fermentedf a,' .; A SolvextJ Bank.-j tjt?nkjerer yet known is a bank ofearfl .c fuses to dis count to honest labour; a roe si share is ihe plough-share, on which t JU tre always lib eral, t ; Father Matthew lalelf tistered the Tem perance pledge to lO&STVson ia two days. Upwards of 21,000 bafnf .jj,Wr wera ship ped from Rochester, durift week ending tbe 17th iost. . f - The prominent candidatfrd Mayor of Loo don at the late election. flldermaa Harmer, chief proprietor of the the Weekly Despatch. king up Bit the wool irrowf'r nerhans will sav. it is1 p---- I r . . . . i cheaper to buy cloth when wool sella for fifiy netiner mike a coke nr put an apple in a Jum o.ni. . r... ..... ...! A .i..m , i nlinrr. Then a rook mnot ho .t .. J. n j ... .iiiiu, iui ' ' y wwji ia a til u n ui'llur . ' I t n ' - - w -. . i it n u u 1 1 n I more in nieyard to make my cloth, and my guls Her """""I cnamuerrnaic:, laundress and scam will earn more at the factory, while I can buy s,ress at seven dollars each, and as the fushion cloth at the store nt fifty to seventy five cents per hle folly of the day has banished ihe mistress yard. I say lo you, after twenty-five years ex- ,r"m tho kitchen, those blessed helps aforesaid perience in domestic manufactures, that in the reign supreme; and while ihe master and mis heart of wool growing I have made from six to tress are playing cards in Ihe parlour, the jer nino hundred yards of. woolen cloth every year vants are playing the devil in ihe kichesxj Ibus for ten years from wool of mv own raising': that lighting Ihe candle at both endsit iwion7Wrnj I havo hired nnd paid females at the rate of one ou'- '"crty comes in at tho door and Jr1vsT dollar and fifty cents per week to spin and weave ,ove oul at the window. It is this stupid nndcx intheoldwav and boarded have made te bu- pensive nonsense which deters so many nr.hap siness profitable, selling mv cloths near Boston P' M bachelors from entering the stats of bless for cash. cdr.ess; hence you find more Deaths than Mar- If vou would be indepcndent.learn vour daugh- riaffes in the paper, ters to spin and weave; although they may not Forty-five years ago, our real wants were few seem to earn so much for a season,it is much better and e9ily supplied, our imaginary wants none; for them than to be at a factory, where thev lose BWOur rc1 wants are j lit as few, but Jb Mrld or never gain the art of domestic manufacturing D(1 n" stores cannot supply our imaginary and housowifery, to the great injury of society, jnes. In those das men got married at night, and frequently to the loss of their health, nnJ , and went forth to work in the rrwjrning, with all sometimes of their lives. I ,he sober real. liea of life on their back; now ihey If each farmer's wife and grown daughter will Pct arried m the morning, and start off spend makefor themselves a good' woolen gown the j 1Tny ni ,f ,hs wding day would hut finer nnd more ingeniously spun nnd wove ihe j t l -j more to her credit for winter wear, in lieu of Mueh has been said and sung about tho im buv ing some foreign manufacture at the store; it ! Pavements of tho age, going to Albany in ten will contribute both in the making and wearing : hctr-, et'. It may be so bul what t'i n? I know to the health, comfort and best interest of each. I he foiks wer0 happier when we took three days How must evcrv young man prize the -girl ! ,n B",nlf IO 'ewourgn, eigni io Aiuany ami tnres mourns m iurupe. i iit-n propio iinu iiii.o iu iitb and enjoy life; when the wind came nhead, we furled our sails, or dropped anchor, when tho tide turned we floated up; with tenor twelve passen gers wo bad no lack of amusement. Then we had no harroxeing thought about home; our --"- imr Lor of iho money drawer, and sat in ihe tor itHr lotiiIaf ur awin7- to tea that ihe shop boy made the entries and behaved well to the customers. Tbe goods and furniture were insured and we had no note to take tip. Now, to be sure, vou may go to bed in New York, and wake up in Albany, run round,collect money, and be at home in time to take up your note; tut all the time you are worried, for if detained an hour by accident, 3-our noie must be protested. Well you get homo five hundred short, you go from house t. house, and at 3 o'clock p. m. the note is taken up. It is too late for family dinner, and you lake a cup of coffee and a cold cul, ulod away to your office, inrn over the leaves in search of means to return the five hundred to-morrow, an J cet readv for another note which is payable . . . v - r m., sore ia- which ho lo'er best" that sho is able to dress her self wiih the delicate woikof her own fingers! Salsbury, July 16, 1S10. Libekia. has a population of 4500 Arrcrican colonists, and 30,000 natives. It has nine settle ments or town., iho I w vwt cJ i ..... t luin 300 miles apart on the sea-coast the others at vari ous distances, intermediate. Is territory, pro cured by purchase, contains nearly 500,000 acres of Nnd, and other large tracts can be easily ab tained of the native owners in the same way. The government is mnddled af ti r our own, and is purely republican-administered almost wholly by colored people. Ajriculture is thriving and sreatly extending. Four printing presses are in operation. Twenty-one churches are organ ized, some of them composed of native converts. More than thirty ordained ministers are engaged in religious teaching. Many sabith schools are regularly attended. And on the whole the colo ny never eppeared better than now. nor so en tirely attractive to ils fricods oa the ground of its great usefulness. Music 1 the Family By Mrs. Sigowney. An excellent clergyman, possessing much knowl edge of human nature instructed his large fami ly "of daughters in the ordinary practice of music. They were all observed to be amiable and happy. A friend inquired if thre was any secret in bis mode of education. He replied "when any thing .t;.iurh iheir temoer. I sav to- them, sing; and Saturday. iou are at home at 7 p. tnucd and jaded, both in body and mind. Fir fifty long hours your wife ha not seen your face, she bears your foot, she meets jou at the door with one of her sweetest smiles. Your mind is soured, you can scarcely find a kind word to giv her in return, nor half an hour to sing a song to the baby; you drop cn a chair, fling your bat to the winds; you are tired, and in thirty minutes head is cn a pillow, where yon dream 01 UisturDS tneir temper, 1 iv 'gi ii-otir h if I hear them speaking aeainst any person, I call baoj. u;ij8 and brokers till daylight in the r.irn- them to sing to me, and they sing away an cau- These men breathe they don't five. Hetoro ses of discontent, and every disposition to scan- starr) waB p&t p man's life was compered to a A.y Such a use of this accomplishment, might , j-pey. now it's most emphatically a race, and seem to fit a tamiiy ir tne company 01 (," m0st unhappy is be woo is loremosi. xura Mirror. il rner known as Y.ung voices around the domestic altar, breath- inr sacred music, at tne rtour 01 morning uu fain" devotioo, are a sweet and touching accom plishment. s The N. York papers announce tbe death of the only son of Hon. Jamss Monroe. r 0-J , - E.