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VOL. 1. LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY, A PKIL 12, 180. NO. 2
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TlIURsDeO, : : APRIL It. I860.
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AdvartlaaaiaBla, nnt nark ad oa tbe maauaerlpt,
wtltba aiatlauad at aar tarma antll forbid.
TT" local adrartiMBiaata, Adntniitrator'a anttcaa,
are., mat ba paid for la adraaea, for nafooa which,
era will oiplaa at tha Una.
JQTka abora tarma Mrtotljr obiarTod In ill eaiaa.
. BOOK AHD JOB PRISTIBO.
We ara praparad te atacoto alt detrrlpttnna of JOB
WORK: inch aa CARDN, CIRC LARS, POHTKHH,
BALL TinKttTrl, and ararjr olbar rarlei; of Pl.Aia
AM D FANCY JOBBING, wllh saw and luprlortjp,
and on abort aoilca.
' Came and aao ni) foa will alwaya maat tha amlllnf
raea ef Lane and Patkcr Wright, whota praaaaca
makaaararrbodj (aar aad at homo.
Judf FiirfiiU Cnum Pawa Cntt HKXRT
C. M HITMAK.ratldanea Lanraitrr, Ohio.
Prtif Juirt-J KHSK LBOHNKR, Offlca In Public
Prfafia Atttnl JAMK" W. STINCHCOKB,
' Shtrif AAKON W. KBKIOHT. Offlca at Jail.
Clr aCaarf-JOHit C. KA1RBV, Offlca Public
I. DIl.umB. Office Pu'jI'c Hullitin-.
Cr--L SHjEPFBR. laatdanca.Kadlaon tp.
Vmmlfitairi JOSEPH .HAKP.of Bara Town
nip. tiA.tlKl, COI.LIHH of Amanda Townthlp.
Sckicl Etrnminm WM. W. WHITKBY, JOBR
WILLIAMS and Hit. J. t. KBIHMUSD.
The Day. of Death.
' Thoa laaaltabte day.
When a rolva la dm aball aar:
"ThOtt maat rlaa and aoma awajr."
'Alt thlaa othar Jouroeja put.
Gird thaa, aad raaka ready Out
Far thy lonraat and thy tart."
Day dcap bidden from oar light
In Imaaaatrabla night,
' ' Who nay gucia of the anghlt
Art tboadliUMT art thoa naart
' Will thoa man n dark or clear
Cay with mora af hops or fan I
Will thoa aome not aean Vafora
Thoa art itanding at the door,
Saying, bllghtaadllfaara o'arf
Or with anch a gradoal pace
Aaahall leara me largcit ipaca
To regard thaa faea to facet
Shall I lay tny drooping hand
On Oma lorad lap! round my bad
- Prayer ba made and tear ba abed?
Or at dtitanet from my own,
. Ham and kin alika enknown,
Make my aolllary moaof
,' Will then yet ba thtnga to laara
Bearta to which thla heart maat clear
' From which, paitlng, It muM griare? .
Or ahall llfa'a boat ttaa be o'er,
- And all loTfdonaa gone before
To that other, happier aboret
- Shall I genlty rail aaleep
Deals, like .lumber, o'er ma creep
Like a aluniber, aweet aad drapl
f - Or tha aoul long atrlra la rain, " '
To gal free from loll and paia, ,
Prom tta balf-dlTldad chalnT 1
Llttl akllltlt where or haw,
If lb oa corneal than or now ,
WMh a tmoeth or angry biow.
t Coma thoa maat. and w moat dial ;
Jr.ua. Sarloar, atond thoa by
When the laal aleen aeala our eyal
"JUST AS WELL AS NOT."
Br MRS. f. p. OAGB
Hk mo, ding, ding, went Mrs. Clark-
OJf ton' hrt-akfast bell; the Wef stetk
sat smoking on its hot platter, the cook
ed potatoes steamed up ben-ath a half laid
cover, ad the buckwheat cakes aaid a
plain aa buckwheat cakes could "cat me
quick, fr I am not worth a cent when 1
am settled down into cool, calculating ad
"Dear me." exclaimed Mis. Clarkson,
"I never did see suuh a man as year lath
er; ha will set there ami stick lo that Go
vernor's Messtge till the breakfast will be
aa cold as a stone, 'fore he'll stir.".
"Do-sn't make any odds, mother,
whether Hi the Governor's Message, or
the trial of John Brown, or Senator
Trumbull's spee h, I haven't known him
to Come to breakaet till it was oold since
I can remembor." said Joe.
"That's so," replied Giles, "and its
tny opinion that its not wonh while for a
dosen of us lo est oold vi- tnals became
one is not on hand to bgia the cewmo
nies:" So Giles drew his chair np to the
table and made eloee acquaintance with
the bu kh at rakes; on the ins' ant.
"Oh wail for your father. Gilet." aaid
Mrs. Clarkson. In a dproaiin tone.
It 8o4'J look jrespectfnl ' for you to .' lit
Taown so." ,
,';Mothr, tha team ia all redy, and
,iby'lodisia for the city, and yon know
I onght to have been off half aa hour ago
to meet the best market;.! ctn't wait."
uing, aing, amg, weal tr.e bell igsin;
end Emma took off her futher't piste
from Hie table and eet it on ihe stove to
keep it warm.
Giles ate hi breakfast haatily and de
parted, Joe looked at the hired men a
ihey eat wailing silently in the warW
breakfast room The griddle on he roar
ing itove in the kitchen, waiting to Sup
ply the. deficiencies which w ull noon oc
cur in the buckwheat plaiv began to
moke and barn, while Lissie, who waa
wailing also for the griddle lo do in work
ao that it might be removed and give
place to the waeh k ttle. ir it waa Mon
djf morning, ws in 'a furious rage.
"Sure, now, and 'twill be twdve o'clock
this bleastd dy before I'll be getting t
. - .
my work ', Och CUtllB a botheration 10 be
.. . , , .....
waning tor toe gentlemen eo, audiaitnits
not I can be aeeing what's in that liit of
papet that he needs be given over till tt
entuely lo the loriog ol hit hieakfit.
For by it be not the devil himself, that's
there just to be keeping ni all from the
So matters stood, and so stood a honse.
hold of tweive, all waiting f.r he head of
the honse lo finish the paragraph.
Twelve men and women, fifteen min
utes lost. Three precious hours of a
abort winter day watted, an excellent
breakfsst spoiled halt ihe tamily at least
put into an impatient humor. Lssie
made urossotll day, for by the tiiaebresk
fast waa over hn was nearly an hour be
hind hand; mid the fretting of mind made
her work crooked and slow, her clothes
were not out in tendon, and had to be
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""8"' " """""i, ioijirowior unuma
f kJ belorg-
ed. hlU declared she should be lard v.
to left wiih only a pi.ee ot biead and but'
ter in her hand, to suHtain her through
the long and ardurous du ies of the day.
as the tea her of the district school. She
fe t tlit want of her breakfast as she hur
ried on over the rough rosd, mee ing the
piercing air, and, of couise, was not so
w II pn-patvd to deal patinnily and justly
with fifty resil-ss little spirits under her
D d, dintf, ding, went the bell a third
time, and Mra. Clarktton; urged ly tlie
wailing ones all around, put her head io
side the sitting room door, and suiting the
word to the spirit said tat;y:
"Mr. Clarkson do you know we have
all been wailing this half hour for you. -
What is the rvason you can't read the rest
of ibat slier breakfast; we're every one of
us being put out of time juat by your
sticking to that old paper. I wish there
weren't no such thing as papers -they
provoke me to death."
Mr. Clarkson always jumped whtn hit
wife began to scold; a mild remonstrance
had long sioce lout all effect on him, and
so he tried her patience more and more,
till ills', poor woman, having to be the re
Of ptaclf of all the numerous honse the
go between lthr nd dnnghters, hrd
grown into what the world hates a Iret
ting i oikn, or, in oiler words, om
ar. thxl was con pel If d 10 keep II the lime
taking, xakieg, ivminding. and ever ie
i'.g, and when ileec would not do, at in
th.s iiiftaiice, Braiding.
'Just at we I at nut" might all thin
hav be n avi ided, if the one who ma e
all the trouble, only for a little self gra'i
fica ion, had remetnbeied the right of
othern. Bu' why did tley not all sit down
and esi? ou will ark.
Becaust Mr Clarkson aa a msn of
fixed I shits. It would hsve reimed to
him si tmpbtsil le foi hie lourehold to
hare eaten brtakfast til he appeared in
his place, as 'or him to have laid down his
newspaper at ihe first bell. Ti en it wa.
his practice to ask Gd s bleSHing Over
the comforts and luxuries provided, and
it would h ve set aside tl is &aij, . lor a
part to I ave been nggd in the business
ot eaiing, ai d to have been checked in
such an -'peratton for suoli a purpoee.
. Mr. Clark on dashed down hie newspa
per, and nibh-d to the dining tooui ex-
oUim'ng as he went, "'Tis sstoi iehing
how much disturbance is mde every
morning because I want to read a m -ment
afier the bell rings." Suais himself
hastily in hit place. "Come, come, boys
your mother is very impatient 'hie morn
"I'm surs somebody ought to be," was
ihs mother's rejoinder; and with flushed
brow and grieved heart, she prrpsie to
turu the coffte.
Tha family reated, tl e hands lifted and
tbe Ihssing buiried over a mere mock
ery of wordn, for not one is in a happy
or cheerful frume of mind. The absence
of Giles ard uplanstions ssked snd rea
sons gWen. Giles has gone off withowt
an importent errand, and Eda is severely
censured for her promp nets; and thm
the meal is eaten in silence, except bare
and there a uomplaiut, "The caiei ate
burnt to a coal." .
"Well, it's just ye's own fault," answer
ers Liesio tartly; "the griddle's beta
burning up this half hour with ths wait
ing, and sute lhi-y tiick so I can donoth-
iiiK id 'em. The first lot I broue-ht va'a
And ho they were, but now cold bad
lo be thrown away.
"How oold the coffee is," mutters
"I know it it wis brought up so
long ago," answers Maria, "its bm won
And thus ia ilm breakfast eaten, with
out any social pleasure, no merry joke,
no cheerfulness, no reel enjoyment; and
it settles like half-poison into the stom
achs of those who havo been made un
happy, by what might have been avoided
"jose ss well as not."
Did. Mr. Clarkson know how much
disgust he hd mad to those around
bim? Not at all. He had been doing
just so for twenty years, and bad come
decidadly to the conclusion that he was
really a very mush abueed individual, and
ofteo said, so as a kind of excuse for him
self. Women must have something to fret
about, for fret they do and fret they will,
let us poor fellows do the boet we can:"
And so he went on, pouring out dnily
this little turbid stream that riled all the
waters of his household river, making
them b.tter not only to his own taste but'
o thst of any one who waa compelled to
drink thereof, It is little acts of selfish
ness, too often, that mar the harmony of
life so little that those who commit them
will not reform. ''They are so small they
can't be of any great importance;" and so
like Mr. Cl.irkeon, they read their para
graph, though the breakfast be ready, the
eakes getting cold, Liesie anxious to get
at the washing, Ella too late at school,and
Giles liable to lose the best sale of his
chickens, turkeys, oata and potatoes.
Ill humor in created, and ill humor cre
ates indigestion, peevishness, freiful noss
and oftentimes (ho worst iojas'icc. Al'
of.which might have been avoided, "Just
AS WKLL Art NOT.
The Booae Maaaaaeat la Kentacky.
We learn that Kentucky hat appropri
ated 82,000 to build a tuitable monument
in Frankfort ounty, over ihe remains of
Dasisl Bookb, the pioneer of Kentucky.
Ohio fee s interested in the enterprise.
We are triad to learn, from a lottr wiitien
y Sahdil HaTCropt, that a veteran
I lone -r of our city waa aoc dentally in
fluential in securing the fund at the close
of the Session. The Senstorfrom Hardin
county had secured the passags of ihe
bill in the Upper House, when Col. Jons
Johnston of this city, who had been, by
invitation of Gov. Letcher, one of the
pall bearers years ago, on the remove!
from Missouri of ihe bones of Daniil
Boons snd bis wife, wrote a letter to Sen
ator Hatcroft, urging on Kentucky to
fulfill her promise to rear a plain, but
suitxble monument to ber distinguished
pioneer. Mr. Hatcroft wrote to Col.
JonNSToK "Ten thousand thinks to you
for your letter on the subject of the Boone
Monument, it came juet in time to save
the bill in the House of Repteseniatives.
The struggle to get up local bills wis
euch, that a motion to dispense with the
rules met wiih opposition. But when I
po i your ret'er. 1 went i ih Hus' of
Rep'ejciita ive and i laced your letter in
tbe hands of lien ral Willi am Johnst n,
whe, on m .king another effort, had your
letter r.nd fn m the CI rk'a desk. Then.
all o' ieo'ion was withdrawn, and the I 'II
ua taken up and passed by a vote of 7
eyes io 4 n ys. The House was then, and
r loos oi votB io pKi li. many Diessins
on yon for that letier it caused me io ob
the uratest victory of my life, and
the Glial passair
final passaire I owe to you. '. Ca'aeta-
J. B.'s EhTfMATR. The following is
Mr. Bui haimn's esiin ate of the strength
o Mr. Doug as at Ch-rh-iton, aa it is
pri lately cir ulated iu Waeh'ngton:
Hhude laland .
Wlecoucin . .
On tha o her band, the Cleveland
Pluindealer boasts that Doog'aa will get
128 vot a on the firet ballot, end get a
two-lhi'd vote on th- second. Ia reply
to the New York Hruld, i sys :
" Mr. DoUkIss will go into the Charles
ton 0 rvniion witb one hundred and
,tei ty-i&h v trt eerlatn, all t blamed by
Ins oppvtttwn to the Ln- ompnn policy,
and lie will ieoive a tw. -third vote on
the second or ttii'd ballot, which addi
tional vote will be given I im on the
core of his eouod Demotrac, nationality
and availibibty. Sii k a piu there, Old
Which of these poli'i a' phrophets is
miitaken in colculatmne? There it a wide
rariatioB between them.
KkTTho Wood delegates to Charleston
have been noiifi id by circular that the
Committee of Arrangements "have pro
cured St. Andrew's Hall. Charleston, for
which, snd the expense of some tempora
ry sleeping arranueinoiitt which ihe com
mittee are end storing to make; it has
become necessary to make an assessment
of twen'y dollar ta?k ujion the delegates
and alternates; and the eomm.ttee have to
request that jou wil without delsr remit
the said amount ($20) to J H. Brower,
Vo. 4A,8aib stieet. Naw York City.
This amount snakes no provision for th
Board of delegates, at Charleston.'
Where's Vatderbilfs steamship? N.
Fiom the Da)toa OuaUa.
THBCHiSetl Of A B)AT.
Sight etoaltlh ea, Mat tha dapartlag day, :
Ponra eat lUgotdopaa the waatera hiUat ..
The craning braita. bow he-la to play,
Aad abower bloeenms oa the limpid rllla.
Throogh tha light etoade Ibat fall the liaaonll y
Heaveee' bright lampa are peeplog, ana by oac,
Tha aportlng sephyra. waft glad vol by,
Ta tall aa that tha workers talk tl dose, -Tha
voloa ol maala Boato apoe tha gala,
And poors lie mellow nctea alaog the Tale.
What eoantleea change, have "me roey boors
Id their awinjoaraay, marked tali atuglo day.
They all hare aeea Bm Dealt King, mid tha SeMrara
Calling tha ccoleeat bad from erery aprej, .
Pourluf hla talotod breath open tha breet,
Ordlrlnlng deep wlthla the Ueiigall eelU ' .
Laytnf his bltghUiuj head spaa Ihe trade, - .
And atrawlag all tha graye,.1rlia bloiaoa bella,
Tat from hla mangled rt. tiara eaa la death
Steals oo the alr.a SwaaUy ftregnol braalh.
Intacta which aprdad at mora, their glowing wlaga,
Ho longer poorthelr voleaeoathe air.
Tha verdant eanb , aweetly. of eoanUem atrlnga,
Moarna tho departure of her good and fair.
Tha rl volet, a tllrer thread at morn,
Haa loal Ita cry rut is aoma tarblu aiream,
The glad of yeitaiday bare learned to mourn,
A. 4 fear the ihangea of llfa'a tckla dream.
ta tha thronged city and tha mreat (hade
Wbera gravaa ware ue'er before, grarea hare beaa
Tha mi at that hung at morn upon the Hream,
rioeie. a white aload, In yonder Said of blue.
Bat a'ar the light aball break Ihe aleeper'a dream,
Twill gem Ihe opening Sowere.wllh drone of dew
Tha bird which aweetly auog from )oader apray, '
tia) huehed rorerer hn rejoicing call;
So mora h a painted wlnga aball round aa ptay,
Kor on ooreare, hla liquid maaic fall,
Llfel thoa art lull of cbanie, each onward ware,
la but a atep toward tha narrow grate.
Farewell, awed llghtl at length ihoa'it wholly goae,
And bird. haTeeeaaed their teaper melody,
Tlmea tiraleaaconraera, Mill are racking on,
To laaachaa farther on life, troubled at a.
Another day haa act on agea' head,
Anotuer furrow, marka ala aaby brow,
Thinner and wtaker, grow, llfe'i fragile thread,
The ttno wore bark haa turned lie chattered prow,
To the thick darkaeae tha bameiiaily
That'a all nnaeaaorad of eurnlty.
Tha change! of a day! What tongue may wall
Deecrlbe the changes of the day that paetf
Whatman haa aeea, or baring aeea, can tall,
The Uioueand myattrlee arcaad na cacti
Not 'till the Tialonbas a wider range
Aud mind la freed from matter may we aea
And noderatand the awlft and aubtle change.
ihe llghte and ahadea which o'er llie'a oeeaa doe.
'Till thou we wall, aud here will reat.content
If our brief moment, ara but Itly apent.
' HtHUV IJCBT
ilyrtle Grove, Pcff county, A rkaiuua.
It is not our wish tc be confined to
connecting on any ptrtieu'ar class of
topics, ft e look over in field ami fiml
enough, and much more Jliao enough, to
Command our a'teg-.ion and a (Usui our
svmpaihies. In fi.rraer numbers, we lave
had moie or less to say of the condition
of the dwel ers in the oMintry, theii re
sources and tl ei. mjoyments. We ike
up ihe iri a I again in the p egnnt isi-Ur,
and talk plutrny upon what, from obser
vation alone, we have found v be n cry
ing evil in the o heiwise beautiful econo
my of country life.
Everything depends upon the home
comforts. Digging dours, leaky rools,
shaky windows, and poor lire, are not
calculated to advance ihe heart's enjoy
ment or progress.. Taken as a class, and
witb no desire to arraign anything but
their utter thoughtlessness on the mat
tar, our working farmers sre the poorttl
liven, and the wrctohedestcslculaiers,for
whose especial benefit the sun shines and
the rain? drop fa'nebs nut of the clouds.
We an; not upon a homilv; let us. at least,
get at things as they are, tnd not go a
bout bliiidfolded with prejudices.
Most of our farmers believe in one
ihintr. if thev do not in sno her; snd that
is a dinner off of poik snd po'aioe. Half
the time, durinit the winier. it is pork,
pik, poik, till h Wondi r is that the?
do not turn into hos altogether. It is
pork and b. ana, or pork and cahbage, or
pork and pota'Oes, or pork and bread
pork it must hi, anyhow. 'I hey pack
down tiietr porkers in t arreis lor the win
ter, and rel) upun them lor a generous
subaistence. Through the summer th.6y
depend on pork again, to piece out their
few vegetable; no that i his reahy sort of
food siNtidsthem w 11 io hand lor a regu
lar snpp rt. To be tu'e, scrofula and
other diseases may grow out of such an
unoi u us die, bui who is going to change
the superstitions of his appentes just to
prevent a few blotohes from coming out
on bis fuce?
One great fault with our fiienda in the
countr ia, they pay no attention t ihe
ranting of vegetables or fruits Here ia
th.-irmoet lamentable deficiency, to siait
with A table well Hpread with vtgeta
bles, is a table to invite one to sit down
to; its msstct may do so with infinite sat
isfaction. I'ut to sit and chew the cud
of contemplation aW salt pork and beef,
is one ot the sorriest cxp-i iences that are
(federally assncia ed wiih couooy lite
aud for which the country has to answer.
V inous food is noesarv; the solid
may be made si II more solid by a due ad
mixture and proportion of veseuble mat
ter. The rel uli ia hi igbtened, the acids
are propel ly mingled with the sweets, all
va.grni humois me expelled from the lo
calities where i bey had taken lodgment,
and digestion and animal spirits) are lui
proved wonderfully by ihe accession.
But then, in nrdf.r to raieo vegetables,
theie mUsi be a garden. Yea, of couise,
it will take lime and room to iret these
desirables, snd a few hours' work wiil
have to ba taken from the farm; and the
oattle. or ths horse, must be given no now
snd then for the needful ploughing in ihe
spring; but. if tbe sooount is but fairly
made up, it will be found that there ia
decided profit, instead of a Ions, eboutit.
It will tell in th" increased health of the
family, the whole y ar through. With a
cellar stuffed with oioe vegetables, thro'
tha winter, what is the need of so much
field -work to tUDDOrt the family? Corn
and potatoes would aot auks' snob a draft
upon the snftesv "r vvulci ci lets
demand for who' tiny are apposed to be
capab.e of hringing M bit.
A farmhouse kneheu ie rsrely any
thing inOie ll'sn a kind of lonngii.g place
for tl e neighbors eomeiimes a kind of
bar-room for the idlers who love to nil a-
bout, with bhovi pipes in llie r loouihs,
gossip, aud spit Oh th health or floor
it comes tsndier. Ti e picnre la n t
wimout t u b, aud a good deal i i', too.
few indeed a.e the country kitoi ens in
iv which a sirai ger Or a chance tmvelei
em besiheied, aod Lok around him with
dehgln to leel himself wholly tl tomt.
1 hey are barracks of places, sll out of
doorii, enti riaiu visi-ore in just the casual
Way OescriDed, and ure furnUbed . with
an old apiiiuitiK-wheel, foot of use now,)
an "ugly iabie, ibrm or four liigh-baoked.
l ard bo'tomed ebairs, and a buge fire-
pla e; tor, as they bay in Virginia, the
fiie is eriftinfy a iec of furniture, and
the prettiest pice in the loom. These
very imp r am apaitmenta aie not apt io
be mv tmg to the atianyei; where-S, if
the housnhold is well ord red. aid ihe
food and co king are wl.atihey ought to
ue, too ancneu wouia o me cenire pu.ee
in the whole dom-siie pioture.
An old faehiened farmer's kiichen is a
desola ion; t e old cities of the Bible are
n..i more So. ?0H.le sndshbesaboui
thefir plac-; ws er vu He I earth; giim
on the fliMir; the po e snd kettle hsv.ng
sn ut'tnt'vt look, mr i buain. is was cairi-
ed ou wi'h iheir help or the eauie, rther
iliao Ijr human beinjtt; (Tie aindows bro
ken "lid s tided ou wiih bat, or sotn
ih ng: tlicfl. r taping, seam), a d sll the
wi ile b-lcliing op the wind; he duor sag
ging on its I inges. and ere king.orecrsp
ing, eveiy time it ia .pm l', wheie is
the emicemi ni in a picture 1 ke ihi!
W ho, wiih an ordinary ainoont of senii
meoi, would ctereeriously tliink t bring
ing his household gods and eeiiinx them
prmanenily in a place of this descrip
tion? Y-t people csnnot forget that as this
deparunepi of the houoel old is ordered
and Ooiiducted. eo ara H e mesU prepared
ana asuv t o-iore the iiunery. if we
wisied to know what kii.d of houee
keeper s woman is. we aould first of all
ask to lake a look into her kiichen. The
diedoiures nfiVn d there would very noon
enable tta to make up a judgment. .Never
(boose your wife in her own pailor. r-he
uiu-t needs bd ULe.i off her go 'id a I ii tie;
you mnt see her when her hir is in p
pyis or at nine o'clock in the morning
n SatiiTilay ir ju-t as she is in the
h si and bury of titling out for an v. n-
inu p riy or whn ehe is w inding a
skein of nilk, or jam. aud hue got every,
thing inio S tanyt; these are the proper
imes in which i test it won.an's quali y
of temper. And mo it is, too, with h r
cooking hei a; titude for geiiuine house-
wilery aod ber geueral dunicsuu make
farmer-tare pope lar ly suppnsi-d to l-ve
on the "fai of the laud;" butihe eon't.lu
lo their shame be it cp. ken Ve
do not qufSiion that some of iln ni, here
and there, ate up to audi a luxury; but
the body of them ure content to drudge
and delve along in the lie of eel' imposed
servitude, working only fur o'.birs, be
cause they give over the b at of what lb y
raise to others, end live on ihe poorest
themselves. There is no hallucination in
(.'hncteiidom exactly like it. If hey were
stinting tll'mselyrs, for the f ar ot com
ing abort at s me not verv dia'anl dny.
or if they were putting themselves and
their families on a short diet, in obedi
ence to ihe positive old. is uf the nearest
physician, ihey couIJ l aid y ao more, oi
rather l-s. ihun they do in thus pin. h
iug, and ekincliing, and s arving, their
A thrifty aifilculiurist Isshis thnugh's
on his arm end his family early and late
morning, noon and ev,nn.. Ilov.il
not enrrj otf tha mney Ik skins from his
land, to i i Vest in railroads, fi-t.-ah bank.
and paper lu s; but he puis it into his
round, his csnle. hie implements of hus
andry,and hie bui d nira, turn in if it over
and oer as a shrewd and far-. ring mer
chsnt does. Theiefore he looks out fur
his h m- sni family first, ss he should.
He will ly out good garden, and o' tain
from it an abundant supply of v g-:ables
sn sma 1 fiui s. He thinks 'hat then
may be sou eihii'g Ise, io live on than
prk and po, sines; eo he raises whaievi r
pie sea the palate, r. tr ehes the juices of
th phy ie I sysiem,aiid aa-its dig-mon.
(lis f.mily are heal.hy. ni of uourse
happy. He Is bot eied vtith no doctor's
hills, iiioui T-il by the nkillfm pr.lunga
ion of linle ailments snd dieafTections.
for his ehildien have heur J laughs for l is
srs, their faces are ruddy, and their eyes
epeak slanguage far more eloquent than
The farmer in the interior lake for a
good market, wo know. There ie no oth
er variety for him o make a sehctioti
from, than that whioti he is disposed to
create lor himself, ut of his own gulden,
yarns, oops, and ehambl- s. If be wai.te
beef, n raiBe-. it; if mutton he gets it in
tie sam- independent way; if he wi'l con
tinue to di ae himself with pork, be turna
the great grunt rs out of his own stys to
be I utcliered; or if he inclines to a more
pul vegetable nief. his own acres sup
ply hi wants with a bo'intwms g- neroei
ty known to no o'asa of men but those who
put fnii h in Provid me and aed in the
soil. 1 b'as they are tn a sonse insu.ac-ti
from all mankind. anl n a e self reliant
in tnen atier of supplying kis own table.
I a knowa very well the quality of what
he esis; md need have no tear that he is
either uoing to b cheats'' or poi-oned.
H s truly h" lord of his own lands; fil's
hie own barnsrpenplea his awn stalls, and
psna. end coops; supplies his own table;
snd there ia no ear h!y reaeon hv he
ehonld not do all il ia in tha ery best
manner. It nenainly cannot be for want
of material, it mutt ei her fiom sheer
ignorant e or pitiful parsimony. .
A sinala word to oar food friends in
ths rtrsl stttletnenta fdrmsrs' witciand
their daoRht.rs in the suhbci ofth
tviking Their bus' tnds snd fathers eup
pl) the kiu hena with such things ss are
demsnded, and it is theirs to brinr th m
in prow r Coniiuion. end hpe to the ta
bl-. How many ol them do it ax itehould
be done? We very well remember the
commotion that wan created, not a long
wuieaeo. oyanarucle that appeared in
he Tribune in relation to the greasy fuod
and caieless cookinir that prevailed in tha
country; and how ssauy sharp p ns Were
driven ty sharper wits, of rourse bahing
ing to the other sex. in deVnce of ienu-
r.nce and malpractice that ihy must
i . i - , i ,. . i
miiwn uia generally exist, in.
mount w-s rigiit, .though in dsnuncia
tion were quiie sweeijiux. 1 1 charged
home up n the w.vee and daughters of
our farmeis, thaS ihey did not know haw
to muite a proper cup .1 cfJee. nor how
to cak a steak, or to roast rib, or lring
anything else in faiily ea'able condition
to the tal'le. The elaru wi m. s. biiak-
ly, nsy, tr, o ptfprru'lf repented, but it
ws no' dispruied Aot thai oureountiy
fiieitde are so much more in 'suit ilmn
our etiy friends; but tiw letting of dieap-
p.in;m nt and vexation i deeper, he
reuse eery differf t -). $ art ixpnttd vf
them veriiiniiK one can ima iieisa
thoir hande, and yet thev . lax, given
to ovr reight Or ind flVrence. and ail ihe
ime thinking mure ho tl.ey may get rd
of th-r du:ies, than how th-y may ber
form them with skill and tlionrnglii e-s
in.' women-uud blea b ml have
hese ms lers 11 in ibeir w coii.rol. ii
is Ijr them t ineiet on a better siandaM
and syle ot supplies l.r the 'abl-, which
they will alMo bud a v ry long sup o-
waid thai leuneineni in the a ay ol living
which they arinardly no d eiion o
appieheod and enj y Lei them mil foi
fruits, and the better cla-s of v g tab s
fir ti eir daily use, and t e r vului on is
1-tnun. Pork will gonti turn ii.use ho
eal It into someti.lna verv lit- us If
All potatoes is har.'ly ahhi any ra lonal
being craves, with a ihtmblefuil of imag
ili t.on, or seDtimeiit. kb ut hint. Then
trnater pa na should I l k-n io s-t h
food before t'nu-e who ar to eat it, iu an
uttia live snd spp- izing foi m. Tin pal
ate needs e. axing a mfle; een a bit of
flattrrt is really good for -t. We are ih
all ai.imals hi na ure i'. iaeneially esti
ma ed ilint ther cbaiarteri- ica eht r bt
some sub Ie and t j t un- xplained pio
ceee, inio our orgamaatioti.
e bej the lai mera wives, the, to put
their ee down ima garden, 'obeiriwi.h.
This point gainid, ih ie-1 of ihe Utile
will go easy. Let them d. maud venetu
bles in vaiiety and profueuru, with winch
to garnieli the sol:d mesis. snd that sn
b- grown with vrry littl.' effort itrdi d.
Then th'j muet aet-ure fiuits; they will
come to hand in iwu or hree yea.s, and
mm they are as eaej o raiie na the ssme
quaii i y of po sto s orariii-l.oles. T'
1. 1 ihem niak-a ttady ofti e atto' rookinz
n.r it is ui. nrt. aiHi the best liousew.fe
finds her i-eriifita e here and harn o ol
r. r good dith-i. io her f nd j, in 'In- pl..ce
of ilieee crud- and indig-e ible aria rs that
eonveii ainieri. into kga and lnni8, and
kep hem oby a my eriou kind "I ty
ranny ihey n Vrr coulj find llie In an o
A vety li'tle charge in this direc ion
will work a vry great change in eVrry
uihei dm e ion. A neat able is ifepla.e
where a family 1-arns at I a-l good m;,n
ners three timi-s a day. Got d cooling
serves to refine, instead of lo vi iate tb
uniml tsies; and th se arc mote closely
contiec ed with tbe spiritual qualities than
unthinking pi rsonaaie ajit to suppose. 1 h
weli ordeted men! carries it- own p-cnl ar
influence a ith it. That influence no live
ing man can long withstand. The tabl
either makes him a glution,snd)a swine
or it teaches him control ot hm app.tiieS,
the social virtues, and the instinctive re
finements that cloihe the commonest ob
jects pertaining to a Hue civilisation. Be
cause famers live among their tattle, it is
no reason why they should be saiisfi.d to
resemble them. Such an u.iwonhy im
puiatioii we fear, t.owtver, I a too ofn
risen from the Vi-ry couia-s w ich they
wete coin nt to iolerte ilKmsnived. li ia
time they turned short corner
Remedy for the Peach Dnrer.
We find in th- So-4fnm ( u tit r an
article from H. F. G ant, of Glynn coun
ty, Gi orgin, in whi. b he gives a sure
remedy sua net the peach latrer, but
eihii h is n thing more or 1-i-s than thai I
which we have lor many years practised
with our dwaif pear stocks, (quinces,)
viz: Remove the earth from atound the
trunk, tay four or five inches, then wrap
tound t' o name as far down as it prac
ticable, a ban.lvre of cotton cloth so as to
b- four or five mch-e above the ground g.idrsed t.. the President of the United
when ihe earn is put back, having se- States, has b-en inferred io thU Di part
cured the bandage with cotton twine. n)(n In r-ply. I have to qua nt your
This ia allowed to remair. on, according to. xl.elHncy ti al a copy of it, wih one of
Mr. Grant's plan, as I .ng as it is whole, h(i wf x rp0lui:on whh haccom
and th-n ii n-planed w th other, we men-1 eJ ah n B-n, (J MJnigie, 0f
tl.n that, although never tried, we had the uni.eii Stmes at Paris, with inatruo
no donbi that this bandag. mtlitHl would g n Hve i(rtltn M wj h ,,e ajii.-sof ihe
beequ.illyeff. c iveifappliedtope.ichtr.-ee GenMr., .ss. mbly oi the Sti e of Uhiooo
itx- We recommended, howev.-r the rt- nh:0 t
uioval of the cloths abou the fit at or mid J am R-sp-eitullv,
die of Agu and io renew them again ) y'our hxoelh n'oy's O- t Serv't.
as early in the apiing aa ih condition of. LEWIH CASB.
the ground will admit of the oper tiin.l '
We think so still, as then- will then be no A D tolas Eiiitoh T rkeo RaPUBLt-
n ft i nm eC nj.ilaAlinif lei PfflHaaT whn the , flitc .Thomn W lawotia d tor l 1I16
old biitir'aBes are no longer a protection.
We never bad a worm in our quince
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used. Qtrmnnton Til graph.
AnoiiTiiwov Capital PuMsHhUKT
has lat-eed the New Yrk
? it. .L .tr..!..- im. i.t ..f
rtgsvmoiy. aunitaiir. ki u .1 . - - -
dStn 8C 'SnniitnV r,,n.i-iu-r.' .......
C.. P.Scm. I..w l.f- Tha rvaraon 6 HVICt-
.A ,.i mnrn.e ia ba ounaitlsied ileart. to
takes tffect immcdistsly.
all intents ami purpe. ' !... n'i ... - ,1,
matrimoni-tl lelat ons.' ant al civil -nd , u.igh. hs;e o ,r ' f J
o .aual aal..klSB - Tll f-1 ITI4 at murder i side of right at n n XI i ieonon.
. a . I ... a AaatAaa. WSW LA I IVIli Sir II tt U I HI UIFUWI '' l
not to be bailable in any eats. The act' I ,.t. ch pant might hare a
We solicit atietitloe to the following ex
raoi from Prof". Briitan's Sientifie Lee
mres. vVe shall from lime to time p.tb
li b in our columns, ex Tacts fiom ihe pen
! his dis'iitgnished writtr. Profeasof
Brittafti is truly one of the. moat thorough
ly scientific investigators of the'sge:
nasi aad III Belsiloas.
The Ptyehoanctrie lease,
A variety of euriouA ihenoment eon
tribute to establish the general fact, that
both animal and men leave ubiiln ema
nations from their bodies in all planes
whi. h they have previously occupied.
Every ol je t ihey have pervaded by the
invisible fluence. and every sensitive'
natore Ms ns presence Thus the. dg
is enabled o pursue the deer for hours
without onre se ing the game, followingi
all the wh;le by sooiing or otl. rwiae
ue'CMvtng he aroma from hu footsteps.
In like mann-r he fin s hia mas er in
row.l, or i'iir-Ui-s him wish u erring
cert in v when he is fsr fiom don e.
Do. bt'ess the dog dieover traoof
oiber animals anl of men by s.ibtile ema
na ions from b it bodies, which perva'le
li e earth and a r. The. atom I e-pees
spiiear to rench the animal seneorium
through the olfactory surface , hough this
ia bt no means certain, Oasmu h ss the
insnncts f orue snin sli likewise en
able it em to peieeive d nyer, when the
rauaee are bill in-'irectly, and perhaps,
remut'ely related to itiug n en and (Vasts.
Th- dog haa been known to xhihi great
uneasm. ss when hi- n aeter was ex; aed
taaecidei.t from Secret Si.srea snd pitfall
in plater wlere I lo. dy ileedt were long
a n e je pe raied, stiim 1- have bo-n
known to nianife-i si. lis of extreme fear,
hi thoee r.pe. ts Ji 1- alh g- d lint the in
am t f t e hotse i-i ecari ely ias myttt-
rli tts and r. Itabl- lliair lha ol the dog
Krom 'h'' eciptural ai-coune of.B-l-am's
peeuliar exp -ri t.c, ii wou;d appear that
even 'he sliii id beait. on which he rode,
waei-nduaed wiih clearer isrceptions than
msny men, a d that h- was a f.ir Iwtter
diacertier of iban the fxleepiophet him
self. It we refl-rt hat a sirurle ciairi"f musk,
or o her (iiffu bl.- aromatic, tusy com
pletely p. mica e an imm-nee v.ilu'iieof
coiiiini.u air so as 10 be perceived
throtfgh an outward avenue of sensation .
We shall scarcelv anempt to de ermine
how far the invieibh- rn.anationa from
m n may i Xtend; nor shall we
presume to fix limits io their subtle
influence on the la uhiea of lire human
mind or the fnnctioes of animal exist
ence. The atmoi-p e-e i a principal ve
hicle whereby n. it eiilj the pu i ert incense
of tne fl .wers, but also he grosstmi ex
halations f om dim-as d bodies and un
healthy lot-a i. n-, are widely diffused.
The impregnation of the vi al air, by un
wholehome emai ati.itts fmm eon opt
furms and niiaemativ diiiiieta. renders
tbisjirrat fnumain ol lite and health the
mot effi'-iem sj-eni in epreeding contag
ion anil de. h. I he invioihle ag-nt of
infreitonar t-airiet! in -vrry dieeti..n by
t lie at t.OKphei io cur erne Thus certsin
m.iladh-s becuruHi ejiid mx and (Ml
ciiies 4re defasiaei! by 'he . a i!enet.
In like manner rvery luimm r n x who
haa a aound conell u ion a d u,i mpatied
health, contributes to energiza ih- spr nga
of li e in all who approach b in. Senai
tivearsons immec'i.tlely feel the sustain
ing mcgneiiftn ot his presence. This is
some tinii'S sufficient to ri lieve severe
pain; to make the weak man suddenly
eirong and not unfroquenily has this nor
mal magnetic power equalised the vital
forces, snd thus harmonized the organic
functions of persons who wete completely
prostrated by disease.
Our Provision Trade With Fraeee.
The Legislature al its late session pass
ed rProiutions asking our government lo
use its Influence to pr.icure the admission
of the provi-ior.s of the great West into
France on better terms than hiiherto.und
thus to extend the field for our productions.
Two copies of these resulu ions were sent
to tbe President of the United States by
Gov D unison, with a request that he
w.iuld forward one of ihtin io the Ameri
can k inieter at P-rin, and that he would
call he aiti-niion ot tha Fr n h G veru
nient io the subject. The following is the
re-p-n-e of becieiary Cass: Ctaciaaefi
Dbpartbckt F Statb, I
Washingt n, atith Mar h. I860.)
To His Excxllknct.Williaii Dbnni- k,
Govbhn r f tub math F Ohi Sir:
j y Excellencv'e leiierof the 1 9th inst ,
, L ,mvill (K .) Vem rrl. has publ sh.d
nts vai. aictory, sun. in rwr; - -
lM-i-anin.r lliat nsD r lor mor man two
1 . " II .
yer as a motlerate Dotigla-t man, ha can
Ln.nir H . ao 'for 1 niiHi'ience sake.'
' Hat roposes o start a Str ight-ont ne-
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publican paper in 01 -y coun-y. andsays.
.Tn.-irrv a double faee dnnnir the
he: ween right nd
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W Oltlf. n our opinion, - y
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trim nal; theretor-, w W ra very gl'U v
l 1 Anrini nniir.