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5( ha le- 1 ; ÖiiAitP Sm y^datlemcn otë »(ky'sj J r AL is u E G< *U fror 1 m &Äk # mm* ji: E f* B-S. — «è BY MAHAN 'llkoîîSüBÿ" " MILFORD, DELAWARE, OCTOBER 5, T MH ! amm; I -*-' « — H0X$ No. 352. — 5 m ■* ^pi-ttiÉdations. SfMBPIfinmr'iul State. Éf* Of.tWQÖfcL « v, " iÿ îjÿ:! , f &g*i A f.,4 life, BgM$ 2!) 1« t!..î H^|Ériâchievous hin!, ■ i 1 w w aL^ftor.-i. ih.1 Itno^n bird, m the united Sf offtpbc, f ljhnie'ot n Mthjii, lO- ufime of a feihiitV, ÿ»f(iîl.lthdit i^aleut M My T-nrrji Hfy 3Î 10 Tl My 1 a 8Jjjj JÊÊÊ My wjnJH nr ,« 1 « n.-<- of WwMÉ i0è»m T'. -i itts. ■ Ptùô du Riuapart, T'nluia Ruyiil, t Paris, .S'cplembor, 1855. / b. AEniTO'it i—Ilaving now been in About five days, and of «oO^fse, ."'(fen sniiietliiiig "f life in ilie gn-ai ^Ä&opoli«, I will give you for publica ^ifcn a few "currantc calaino" observa tions upon my continental sojournings rfind gçre^riiwitiorisj Wisliipg to make as ÿpch of fhyp.tkne as possible Whilst is, I have, from the ! moment of aval "travelled" almost in< ,aml feel pi n for more like n-hl Iraöat ta - Éj&SB.ÿpemjn I 01 " <*; j fe L — Hp> ^ MWf*il?; e . m?difficult . jy?*^' ® ore ■fg'# 1 »., #Wtal and Wf fWP» wlien VÏCW i|P«t time. You e.nter, alitâ mxnoHi as electricity, a v.-.s. pïéuntams,arb(iurs, statuary, Wfm ** ™'0»> 'vrupned ( ^°hghi you stand in giontemjdjitioii of the scene ... .vJ®* 1, On one ■ Bide and partly o- ? nc en( * °* . e ' >roa " ' the towsrmg palaee, "lift ^^ofiternairicavenits crystal wans' ? plcndingcnchantinent to the view ' WmP, «rhèléforming a prospect, which JWW rDeheld can never be forgotten. |pthers, the National Infirmary K|nd worn-out sailors and mari ^k|ftted at Greenwich, on the |s, about thvee miles from the l^y^É^titution is en by government— makes upjjptit "twenfy-five hundred beds and jBp an average of two hun dred axn&g ftftv on tho sick list. In ! K^Sp the Thames, I had Hp. S.tho eltiqiv »I Slopped five dï ^^Pbeforo visij v ' 'Fwas, of coot v'jn&gnificcncM »franger to its on its |'V r ero ^V'hich; toitg mowever I had never 'of witnessing, [them the famous removed to Sydmllam, a diAtanee ol' about ten miles.-" Though 'fflfo space occupied by the' building rtaelf is not quite so great as previous to its remo l^^ ^fromlly de Fork, thv.cuUeeiion o f ; f A-gcd, much mdj ' ^ too^ surrquni IlÉfcSÉÉ IlftfC? tnoi , aro fori ners. Than city. - tirely supg a fine Mew of the wonderful ship "Great Le viathan" now in process of construc tion on its banks, which when comple ted will measure six hundred feet in length and carry twenty-three thou sand tons of cargo. As life-boats, she will carry two ordinary sized steamers on her decks. Her motive power will consist of four engines, driving two . aide .w heels and one screw ; aud her V«., strength, previous to launching is to kfß tested by lifting her amidships. jUk . jBor middle compartments only, being c yet finished, she presents a strange iS and most ungainly appearance, look ing more like a huge iron pot, than an East'^dpi merchantman. Leav t proceeded by way of SouxBpjjmm and Havre to Rouen where 1 remained 'all night, my "through ticket'*%eing good for four days from the time oL issue. Getting there into conversation with several young Englishmen, who. like myself, W'erqM'bpb^ipa#WndlYTor pleasure j|ii3 ^observation, we totme after , toa Toi* a ra dr ] saii^ out c tho city). It heîtig Sundaÿ the streets l 'a wero, crowded with pleasure seekers, | i ^ho places of ajnuBoment densely filled mi'd;Surromuled outside, and tho gamb ling arid drinking saloons thrown wido .open t tvpd thronged to déplétion with theirupfoarous ,of business v |n frequoMers. The places s too being. i*i full blast aud^jfe «et out m Di.-ir gayest <:«,! iW'^Éfïy P tl»o . gO|teraa!rfn _ place. ouMless aware, is one of the the ors, conspi joyful asp you arc d( old^l ci^My^n France, and is widely eel "T' catlie uÿftySS without ly as thr ÿeôir fT*d, find in being •ktioWjD^^TOMu.'it, our gumefÿpôtivted to a slat) in Uu* Hour, under witidi he -itill was deposited l i;e natural h'Oart of "Richard Guftor do Leon." 'Connec ted with this onthedral are many other matters di' hißtorieal interestguit I have neither tm^e nor. space to enumerate them. Its, - ,Walls hear every mark of the exti'ptnfslyuctiquity aqd no doubt can he e^Wt&ined a** toitw age. Leav n,i pivx'ui ded along the luiik'M pey,^;;<jk^imoe of sixiy'miles to Pari», wherf. as <'ap; ('utile wmld say, I cast anchor, and am yet in the enjoyment of»nlubriety. jfnving cruis ed arouud odnaiderable during tho last two or throe years, T immagined my self fully pçepurnd to behold surprise ;'4ß pioat famous und fascinat ing'metropolis in all Europe, hut upon reaohmg Bi ^'principal streets of Paris I was filled with wonder at the splen of m dor and m^gmficenccjrf thegveat city. Thevô is a wry charm in the place which leads one to believo it built ex pressly as a place of residence for the fascinating goddess of pleasure. In the atmosphere i£n<l decorations of the city, jgæfe Soeitt too a most perfect adapt JBpIty to-$1 the ends and dictates of ïi matters not in what TÄtft* pionshrp ffuay consist, nor in what p"Öi®-|fchetion taétô may lead, here you are -jBK^of satisfaction, possessing us it Æis attractions for every variety of inclination. For the minmrous and magnificent TBBBpnK^'éttpwi are unc.jnelled in the lover of fine arts, her (Â^'asif^.gaîîiatnes of paintings and ■ to MjWË'for' the epicure and sen |p^.^$iôr jfthfting cafes and luxuriant moi* American ladies, 'Eqwevht, Paris would, at first, appear ta shocking city ; her gardens, boule vards and fashionable promonades, be ing thickly studed with marble statues of both sexes, most of them in a state $fw&pUfev nudity,ruiid.exposing to 1 the hest-adVkntage all the appurtenances aud *pj»ndtt, ges tfosreunto naturally .belonging. But all feelings of False shame fast fade before the popular cx ainpie, ami Pftris is soon fife more ad mired for tho seeming vulgarity of its public walks. by .gas light und Faria in open day ^'e as,:UpHke as though not akin, (in ;j lor stn( Jy of Frem l. < l,aracter a stroll bÄöefi the hours of six and ten in,tho- ey&kiig tliröugh the Bouli Vj gjg des Mkm is tlm most satisfac to|ÿ, The side walk's arc no^ ÜteraL. ly ajlvc' wth pedestrians, all given up äppainittthr- to,, uiijoyinent, while Allé chairs iuidfiettem« which front t-ho cafes are fiîlêtf withAbungers, and the whole cily in . L , hW/e of light from the nu me rous lamps aud chandeliers with ÂlÆÆfets are skirted. To con elude, Faris excels in every thing wnicn goes to make up a splendid city, FîîàVqJi^n Tivice ta.Tthô Crystal Pal laööf but hï^ving neither space nor in clination for detailed comment upon its corîfènts, I will close without fur ! observations. Yours in a flurry, J. STRADLEY. ^ hubCTc CorrcflpQndeaeo of the Diamoiufoh^je . LBTTFR from Albany: Albany, N. Y. Sept. 28, <%5f>. Mr Editor.—IM rlups a line from tho qold .Dutch *Gity" will not prqvu w holly uninteresting Id many of your readers, emrtoiting as it dog's, frenp the, pen'of a 1 lelawarian. ÜMiuviug this to-be.tJio mm arid', havrilga few spaitô^ moments aL the present time, I will oiKlQa^ot 4f> ; "pqst you and tl^om^ çp".. '■"nceniilig lb" m- ! -1 topfeg of AÏ 1 m u y . Ä l'lm proseii i veek has beerfwHP^Hf^ usual interest and < • x e i tel inhahilants of this city, ed them an ample opporuimw^rfir pleasure and amusement. In not icing the various sources from Whichf"* lmve derive! n-. nuiij '*<39 0» pleasure, the first in théppSilp is tho Albany County Fair, which ;. j a, now being held in the western subuiw of the city, on a lot which has been fenced in with board for the purpoth! For the last three days thousands of hÿcUyj.hu® ] H'i ÙUUri; U0j..,.it.ly fi .Mli t also |rom thç RäJ'j;oüi jllà'teÂI^Abtri 1S. ; 'a i r ||hew8, in viutvin^' the | v ar i : 1 11 ' tl l l 111 (tall ' ''Xiburtist-fef mm HP ^ tljHIjiiMiii m ^Hjcrmrz^'gl Mtull l.iaSt «-Van Vt-eBtöri Irai!, |n Slate ^ti'feet. It WPjÆ, 01 « »'"es day last and will ooqtinuo 'itpiu,' Frt day.^ Itjs said tha^Uthe proprietors rand? tunity^ (j',,1. a f TJiè?nl leoc _^ v "quite a if we are to j'urtg#*- WÉWgéùyuunbei- of persons ..that daily resort thither; Mn ! .mi onM quoting rumor, for being a i 'l»;ich*'I« »r,' ' and consequently n«.i p .rhml.-iriy f..i M i of "babies," I did not attend, and of course, cannot speak so positively as I could do if I bad been an eye wit ness*.. IE v 3P: .... are -TBmniïï'wrfiiiwriig.i *• It was currently reported, some two weeks ago that there was to he a ne gro baby show, also tins week, but for some reason, the "niggers" did not make then appearance, consequently the whole affair proved an abortion, >« the ministers say, wo **" * l>' '< 1 1 •'; l , lllr ops, with which ucn. Loin Thumb is connected. It made its appearance in'do« tune, and was the very pentro of attraction lor the hoys und col ored population; but I am under the impression that it was but spareely at tendod-by tho elite. It is the opinion of your humble correspondent that iX 1 " J might notice various other matters that tend to keep our good people in a state of excitement, but Ilmvc al ready gone "the length of my rope," and with youi- permission will stop. Yours, L SUSSEX. --'—•-— Slick's Fable of the Suider and the Fly .—"Few things resemble each other more in natur' than old et ..linin' lawyer and a spider. lie weaves his woh in a corner, with no light behind to show the thread of his not, hut in a shade like, there he waits in his dark office to receive bis visitor, A buz zin', burrin', thoughtless fly, thinkin' ' of nothin' but his beautiful wings and well made legs, and rather near sight ed withal, comes stumblin' head over heels into tho net. w "I bog your pardon," says tho fly, I really didn't see this net work of ours; the weather is foggy, and the c streets so confounded dark, they ought «tp..i>\irn gas hero all day. I'm afraid I've done nrtsemer." ys the spider, bow- ^ mg. **i guess it sail my fault. I reckon I htwL ought to have hung a lamp out; but pray don't move, or you to assist he of of u ^ Play do damage. Allow Vfln; " ' Anri-tliAn bû-f.iÀe [ttjjj friend, f(ÿ! uses- wïè| 1 ni affermi yùu'vô-i sideràblo . sum ; f ön [ 0 \ß to he tricl.y j j ^ bp/fi'ce^rsell' a con-- jjg ^^feeTyou." t&.the fly: "oxc.use pou; Î don't . . ^ J j ay so me; dm oblig quire it." ' "Oh yes, y L'C and ho gotR 0 Potion. m th e Uyi l! .11 1« lie tli.it,'■ * l'-ri 1 kfiöek'-ybh iWwti;' iwift' that what I lay down I sta nd "Yuuluul beii tn g c s; i >i fough •mal ÜT iUSt ymt must pay « Meeds him. till and feels ; ftT "Let me'go,' irsjfh^'ood ^lar," snyb irsjfh^'ood ■fly, "and 1 wpqfly yon iiberal poor fy-V I" . .... . the H})ider. "You II- 1 i.i^eSH turn ot il '1 I oil ; ytm have noth^||i|R..j^»}ay with ; take, t,- dig, :md lie is a 15 : i ro - a (he. gi'ojY of Yhe Ara Ksjiv. 'The gn yjdley cx ileÿvésswm if d 1 qÈ lAj ^ h.i. i lieVpteruhTamih |^®^«I|ed ffejfc, Jfag hefip »KmÄ in lna-uy places vel O f The t'S itl - HRIi if are situated the jk of Tiberias.-— wean, being cut Sea by the rise of,the BB|jP^ffitliern extremity, and by sw all streams, gra became dried by solar ev ■pb h.V proposes to eut a can from the head of Gulf of Akaha to tho Dead Sea, | her from the Mcditerntneun, near PIptiF'Carmel, .of ^gdraelon, tÜi n range IMC' 8 ' «-■ 3È1 1"^." m fotion r i cnn 10 an( |!Vi£ " l or S n NuAhs |r wkh 'i » tall of 1,800 ISM su ' )St *t ute 000 squai S '" 3 In «.'ales f«; thus 'Mtffikf^^^Eayigatio.i d it tin short roitlâ, ■BR^rcailing IV.tility 'ÜoMppw ami countiy, and ..pening «pJwSÿtilo re 0119 °f Palestine to ^ewleinent and cultivation. The conception is a magnificent one, hut no sufficient survey has been made to determine its practicability orita cost. TIjlg Art of Reading. A friend tellg us aÿ a Booth, the great tragedian, do not recollect having sjfaen It occurred in the pal rrty dayö fame, before the sparkle of his ey.tÉH been dimmed by the banc of goidfäfl strong drink : .. %pH Boothand several friends had ISSj invited to dine with*an «I gentjl^H i n Baltimore of distingu^cd kindJH urbanity, and piety. Thtvhost^<^m disapproving of theatres find tliRli going, had heard so unroll of Ban« .anal-kahle powers, that - curiosity hi this instance O'on.omo. ab Ins s,, Iw iuid prejudices. After Ctlm cntcHMH ment W.-IS over, lump . ... ,m,, OI| company seated in a dvtwinc roo^Sf somo one requested Bop,\,a?» ticular favar, and one wSfeh «dl ffl^fST eut would doubtless appreciate, to roàài aloud the Lord's prayer. Booth e$* pressed his willingness to afford them this gratification, amLall eyas wew turned expectantly upon him. "j Booth Ät:,:;«' play of emotions that countenance lie became dcSSBh wlrds "ore wetwith tÄ he had not spoken TholliHHr fd ItbccAne absolut»» u ,,' une ,,'ijjehot lllltl . 0 S P , "'as broken nmamf an oleetnc »hook, a» his ;j? m wfnto Ips, m' tattler, will) art ut , iSfi ,1? P erie - el ''sHHfe: that tl^Çed all hearts. tle nqjshed. 1 ho silence yg v " ot ft v< «ce was heard SjBw|p ' 110 3r m " ls wr "P t ' a !r®j|(^8T' l W: a remote corner of yli'o a 8I ?? W. ' B0 " " erw "> ß*S3B|" an ("'on- hoBt) i-itepped for w at«ith streaming eyeyittd '10««- and seized Jit och by the "Äj s 3gP i '> SMÄJio,-"ltl c , ! ' Afforded mo a w l 10 ^ ' TrilKSWcfjAiajj, n'Offi nv^jboyhooçl to ^ ie P roaen l i time, I tliougf peatod the Lord's prayerf 3ÊS r '^^' replied Booth; "tocjfoud l' 1 ■'yoims.itshoukl be Ad hag cost iiccdote of' " liieh We, priiite, m 1 1 had ro ut I have '•You HgsryroMv' hoing |pöö.il|ring qf th:i! -llardly one P#ÿ|^nfpréhencls !àë»d n-ness and iênsed i ^ jjg a space |.;'4H<v%t>rdK so simple.— ji^ilself sufficiuntly illus huttes 'the' truth of the jjlihle, and stai'n^s lîpop it the seal of divinity." ivr^T'":ifefL was tho effect produced who was present,) that -Ä r-u' i»n a sustain, - i i>m . shoi s t time '!■ n-- ■ ay il allies, and almost eiitiv and soon after, at an early so ThitL sub(lued mono id ceased ; lour, the Pv broke up, and re tired, ta theft' 1 homes, with sad facies ahd Tull is. '. >ry. OïïSno, ad most people understand, is imported from the Island oÇtho Pacific tly of the Chincha'H&fctop 0 t the coast of Peru» and under the dominion of lhaLgovern m^nt. Its sale Is made a lt ^ a great' ep. Icfi^goTtf-P^W^jfiah hclders'of'Pe rù.vian ^qvernhr'fiit^honds, gjving them to all intentb and purposes, a lion upon tho profits of o hva ,uro in 11 i 1 1 - i<-a 1J v iiiMi o \ aluahje ' than tin* gold mines of f hdii.irnui .—There ,m.- • I. - 1. >l unsui passed, fertilizer in some place to the (lepili of.sixty or seventy feet, and ovöff large eÄ Of surface, 'i'he gua no fields are : gfueraly conceded to be the ON' I eni'Mils of . 1 1 j 1 1 a I n •. |.,u Is u lnofi live ahd pestje in greijt numbers around the d}fianfi. They seem designed by' nature do rescue, at least in part, that untold àmduiït of fertilising mafeiial which Cry river and brooklet is rolling into tho The wash of alluvial aq jjs, the fl oat ing refuse of the field anUfo day are Kmmght away by the ship load from the S " ■»he bird is a beautiful-arranged phem ici jhbprat orv, fitted up to perform- a viz;—to,take the fis || If born out tlu; carbon by means of p.hation f 11 notions, and deposit the ^■ 1,c th * »We of au incompara fipzer. Hut how many ages may depositions ol seventy feet in accumulating^ hère are at the present day countless [bers of the birds resting upon the »y » a . 1 » n, 8 ht -j'- bul > acoordjng to Baron Humboll r .the Jjgrgmenfo of the birds for^hU' ffiüpÇ- ■ forthree çent^ea would ?°Vv t,,frd of " ' nc 2— Çy an easy matho matical raî^ifiàtion, it will bo seen that at this rat^Nof. deposition,-1t would take ev orest, and, äbove all ; jhe wasted materials of great cities, are cOnsJantly being carried by the tidal currents out to sea. Tlies.e, to a certain extetit at least, go to nourish, directly or indirectly, submarine vegeta ble aud animal life, whioh in turn goes to feed tne birds which at us i !-. en 'S ' j~ [*,d five hundred and m <ir seveu hundred and Jll®\earii ? lo%in.lire deep ^■pisocll «njfeal.atinn car ^Evcii on tojteifils'« former Hpod, and|$ HE*? tttro:,iSl.ags—nrst, (hut Blin infiniteJj»*grea<er number Rb hoverfRfurçer the inlands ; 8^,'that the,material wmld ex ifcflod long anterior to il.s fit ; abode of hi Iw OI| mStHtrren/Umj» d» one of i fkAMTr* ** ffl^fST shiw bp«r ^Sareotly TSiSt roàài .J^paiweä in fbfr economy of nature pro e$*- ! 'dace momentous. results.—X<mf/on Far rter'e Muguzinè: 1 . V tunostles of the lÄNsacil Crystal » ^îneh ^.is at;fhe sàmo time a cage, »fountain, sthd a parfera-; to "ZV til " ,l uck «presents 8,674,885 comb.na J luret passed a. hundred and ;tW#tyUght mghtsmlookmg * and was four months m unlocking an i^now-they can neither shut nor open ih > .BuMhosc curiekities aro nothing 4oi|Kitl discovered. I have seen pro digioiis articles of furniture,.and uten SiE Whose eccentricity has given me a ivortigo; tables which would change v- ilnto bathing tubs, screens, arm chairs and wardrobes: mirrors which could be transformed into wine cellars, night a grosses and guitars, Tdo not speak of tho toy makers of Nuremberg and of Tyrol. They have reaohc a the culminating point of the fabulous; the apogee of the impossible. One of them had cmdosetl in a ehmr s tone apian of Sebastopol, a railway station^ and the "Messiah" of Klep stock. to of' We, priiite, IHld ■Opl ., . -I l^pgth E-jîJd#tam;ë is infinitesimal nth sqch a sycle of vear.s is recorded*^» > ; and every leaf of the if it does not, J^y-lMlleÄL 1 ivef iWm pch.ius hunfl mH cj ^rTj i.'Küviduule e.v^a fih^uld, in its u^ti MP ! t A manufacturer of Liveryool has ex hibited a pair of razors, which at once as umbrella, hair brush, j-asli stand, barometer and coffee mili. But nothing equals the charming things which I discovered in the American section. A New York chanic has sent a musical clock, which indicates the time, strikes the hours, turns the spit,, shakes up.the bed, churns the milk,and rooks the cradle. A workman of Philadelphia exhib its an'extremely curious article; seen in front, it is a hand organ; from the side, it is a sauce pan; from above, it is a bed-chamber; from beneath, it is an infeètafid. * » Ftenoh industry lias not remained inactive, but it attains eccentricity in a more inoclest degree. France knows tho height of the stiblime, and attempts to reach it; but, fearing ridicule, its -qbrojuo malady, it Bop. halfway lAvould notmc, IiQwov©!*, a penkmfe oxhibitqd by a cuttler of ciïatellerbult. This litttb instrument has six hundred !blades, and four hundred handles. You might Cany.it lioout with you in a y k n apsack. J Let us not forget our brave city oP Rouen, which has sent a stick of dy 6 miles lorig. For want of spaég theÿ wore obliged to cut it into fur fongs. Its fragments ornament the machine gallery; the commissioner mistook them for gas pipes. ro MT \ C mi . ; • -.i ii Boys, Wake Up ! About your evenings, boys, where do you spend them ? how do you spend them ? Are you in the streets ? are you at the theatre, or ball-room ? Are you ~ ling each other at the corners of lanes and alleys, or by the doors of coun try-shops, and there indulging in course and sinful language 1 « Or, are you in some of tho many plea sant rooms now furnished with books and papers for those who will enjoy them— sitting by in cheerful home parlors, with gentle sisters and parents who cannot hut Be proud of you ? IVcoiou* hours are those evenings that boys so often and thoughtlessly waste; they are fleeting fost ; they will never come back again ; think Qf it boys, in days to come, if you have wasted them, they are gone forever. What if you are deficient in education—go to work and study—study! A college will not make you students, or men of sturdy intellect, Ma kc^u rg§Iye»sym§^.yo.ur«ttjves. and th«ikG>i # you'IftC'^-thb.-inclination ; for t.fji gfveu y'ou the power. Deier mine thai/yhn"®( fee known, that your inffO|ce 'Ä/®o felt, and it shall be felt, anil it «fiai Just as you will, Disvii^'me yiou'finiiids; digest a grain of knoV^ë^gS^Â, Fasten seme historical, façfôljâi ^Pay-toemory, solve some problem) Iç-Ara: Um boundary of sotrui 4;de% country : get by heart one rule, oDto-am fffëlr; or study thoroughly a few' défilions, and vefor suécëss will So astoiijsk yCursall. You. memory will be afretrg!belied, your intfdi.eet ia,vigora ted—it will open toyon new and delight fut fields OiVthought) find give youi rrnag in v and 4 ; ■* irialion healthy and agreeable fooil. t Then by and by you will not regret that you have thus spent your time, when you gather about your firesides men of genius and letters. When in stead of a few slang words, coar-e dotes, indelicate mirUixand b- i terous insjOciabilify—instead of'%v*patiufcing for hours upon the cows and the calves and thediay. and (he crop- punctually, yop 'can converse about (he woffiJ of letters ; learn some new. theoi'y offceiehiifiç val ue.; listen to and join in sensible ment, advance oppiuions, and feel your selves indeed men. Write excel dor on your banner, my boy'i-ao d then up the**heights of intelli Atuit a right apprécia don WgÊSIÊÈÊft$10* ! be v j ht fffis atrimi world to Art of Milkîfjjjj. The art of milking Wmlis not taught j in a hurry. It reijdtres long practice to milk properly, and therefore all tho young people on a farm ought to he shown how the labor should bo done. It is quite important that this branch outlie 1 dairy snould be pçuitienlaVly tended to, * for a good anilker ohtiual^ at least a quart more from the same cow than a poor milker. ? The first lesson to he taught ,t tq young people is gentleness and kinijx ness to the cows. They *never ncétf be treated harshly, in case the busi ness is properly commenced. Cows that have been caressed and uniformly well treated, arc fond of having thé' milk drawn from the udder of the re gular time of milking, for it gives them relief from the distension of the milk ducts. Let young people bo put to milking the farrow cows first, or such as are to be soon dried, and then tho loss from bad milking will be less injuri ous. The hand should extend to the extremity of the teats, for the milk ka then drawn easier. Young people should be taught to milk as fast as possible. More milk is always obtained by a rapid fiiilker than a slow one. . They should, there fore^ be taught to think of nothing else while milking, and no conversa tion must ho permitted in the milk yard. They- should sit up close to the cow, and rest the left arm gently against her shank. Then if she raises lier foot on account of pain occasioned by soreness of tho teats, the nearer the milker sits to her, and the harder he presses his left arm against hep- log the less risk will he run of being in jured. Cows may be taught to give down tlftir milk at once—^and they may be taught to hold it a long while, and to' bo stripped indefinitely. The Lest way is to milk quick, and not use the! cow to a Ion/* stripping or an after' stripping .— Tvortîicrn Farmer. * ■*—B®* THURSDAY; novEm; l«t, lboft. at 1,10 Iiotoiof çâpt. Coverdale, ill Smyrrin,0ei, !' ia Fnr i. n i ! 1 Duok c ^ lk N«k," near a»i<l * ' " ttU 30o" Acre« K " lt y ab cleared and tillable land, except enough J wood. |S£ 1,1 e til I',, FARM FOR SALE. ir bf of the Funn. Thor of imeAIcudow, the balance goo«l kn^gmé ^ fraziva Land. bushels of Lime fS^n^Ä^Ast fetr years. Itis nt yïrôSéfit under good Fimoff aud Hedging, and couvlehtly bounded and' dlvidod. It has bo •he 1 Comfortable Ikvcllinys , Out-TTou*<?» Ÿ Stabling, &<?., Applo «Orchard and other fruit, exccUeUt water; i« half n mil« fi (|in «ahool mn^ church, 8.J miles from J boat [DalloofiQ Iniuling Road, by which it i» 00 miles from I'hihultel. Title indisputable and unonoumbeit-d. T 10 per ccut on day .tfnlo aud bnhince ü any reasonable purchjistr. For further ihtSföwwv«*«'»* mation, apply to q«o. W. ('nuimins, Sm\fii:i. Del., to the tim.mt. Hd»t. M. Jiiin-, I "• «"' ' ' u T 11 \\.\II\'. \l !i'.,;,i. |)..| ;' e Htenm in Rail NOTIC^WJ^NP A IX perrons are faeijpb.v wmSmSÊti -A. bor Henry ftrojli So . r 1 vttnt ' Any por#i .. . "!L"T'SS- * iii SHFRIFF'S SALEr Y Y virtue of a wilt of Ven; ditioni Expbnas, to me fif rected, will be exposed to Ptlff lie V r endue, on öaturday, the 6th day of October, at 10 o'clock, in tjbp forenoon, at the Dnurt House door 'in Hroadkiln linn.(red the following Real Estate to wit : All the interest of Benjamin Hazzard in the lands of his father dames Hazzard dec'd., situate in Indian River Hundred, containing eighty acres the im n or lfes^ wiih provements thereon, such as a t\yo story dwelling house and single story tit#r ^^ tached, stables &.C., adjoining'lamds qf John E. Ilazzard, Dagworlhey .£Mlc9| sou and others. . ft » M" - ''Seized,and talfTh^ fei-'teäre ift fa'nn «s tji^, property of Bcnjarnfn 11 iyj will be sold for hislr by c;. D-WoNfij Ten per cent; of the ftUfjfg will be demanded Georgetown, Sept îè, 1 SI ■0) 1 1: HJlRD-WJlRjf .—A re o&hnrdwnro of. ' ^ ' and fur sale by? Ï Wlqck i ?» 1 1 less !