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Athens Southern Banner (Newspaper) - August 13, 1841, Athens, GeorgiaBy Albon , Georgia Friday August 13, 1841. Vol. no. 22. Till Southern Banner 1� published in Athens a. Over the Book store or a. Canso co. Every Friday Comins. . A two a Follar per year payable in Francc or four dollars no inc curl of Ilie . Ashy Nui Ltd crib i tailing us give notice of desire to discontinue lds a a us or option it Ilic expiration of the time for which it a been Gritl. Will be cmos dered As wishing tur Omitine it and held liable Ai . No pm a it or will be it list on Linued. A acc a at the option of lir . Until All Are paid. Of All Leivers to the editor on connected with the it a ill Liliu int. be Post put Ihl in to secure attention. Bates of . . F2 t. Notice to and arc Diiorio 40 Days a 3 2i of intr Mont Mirthes a a a 4 00 in Eilio Ial a Roj it Ervy by executors Arnii Nicatra tur. A it a Iuar lians a a 3 23 Sale of or negroes by a to. 4 75 apply a nation fair of , by admin strap mid , -. Application tor ilium by guardians a a 3 25 str air touting candidates fur of tick five dollars put Foble in Ndoci Itira. Jct Iligir wives will by charged 85, to be a civil Invar ask in a vain e. adv. It Vienn its is 00 for every twelve lines of Imam a t , in a ,t first insertion nine 50 cents for each a. If in la Lisle a al a a a tiv other week 02j rents Mill Noii Ihly. Quot a i cents lor each re Niin Nancy. Special Cun Tracu May be for a la Eising by the year. la Kmim 3 should a Iwaya Hane the desired a tidier of insertions Mirku al upon tii Mii when Linn it cd in. Or otherwise they will lie published till orb i and Citar cd . 0noii� e of the Sale of ii no Ami negro jes by adm my strafe hrs executors or guardians must lie published Auto a it a previous to a pc a Lay . Tip of la Ergo Ial a Roth try in like inane or Nusl be publish Ril Fotty do a i Evious Tottoc Sale. No Otic in i debtors and Cic Diloro of an estate inuit by published Jit Btij . Votive that will be nta it be to tin Cotrit of Ordinary for leave to sell land or so tics must be mount. Ilion will be made of or tto of administration m is be i t it nth. Notice that up in it Ludi Iliad in try Days and of letters of great attraction poetry. Crane amp Morrison a he now acc Ervinjr and opening a Large Assort Moat of , so Lecich in person by one of inc firm from the new York , comprising the various kinds Attr Gen Lenien s Wear among which arc West of England Wool Dye Black c lot Lisi Green Brown Claret cadets nixed do., steel do., Olive Blue and drab Coutlis. Queen s own Printer a Doe ski ii Brick skin Black Boltie Lavender drab mi.\cd, and a variety of Oiler a m. pc Iuchi jeans jerseys to cts pc. Var. French Mennens English do., of a oin Lazins i willed ind Plain hamlets a Orsic Merino Ngola Cassim cres Georgia yank teus. While and Brown shirting Booth drills coloured jeans Colton Gam Broons .m.so, a Fink of lib is of All descriptions iii Ludivig car de Atul ribbed Drill Fri Plain while and Brown do., a la a White Brown and a lot of Brown Hollands Ilsoo a slings 0� various styles and qualities Black and figured satins do. Do. Silks Lagan and dark , Fine figured balt Merino Atul Challys Marseille of various descriptions. Satin panty Bow and Plain stoc Lisy summer Salon and Bombasino do. T cravats collars suspenders gloves , a. Air my of which being Purchase al extremely Low will a sold at to Iol Sale to a retail upon the Best possible terms. Please Call and for yourselves. Lens pal 2�?3�?if. For the Southern canner. I would i were Quot a Morniing Cloud Llinat wanders o or uie autumn sky Lone Rover when the winds Are loud. Along the deep Blue waste on High one glory painted on my breast in Rainbow Sheen one moment docs to then in the glowing step of Day to melt in dewy tears away i would 1 were a wild toned Strain breathed sadly on the desert air a Melory that Neer again shall Rouse so Sweet an Echo there but once u tremble on the earn to claim the tribute of one tears in one pure breast to Wake a sight then on the moaning Breeze to die i would 1 were an Idle wave on deep Pacific s breast of we Iier no bark to Bear no coast to Laver All lonely with the azure night one Flash beneath the Clear com sky one Crest of foam to loss on High n Hon sink before the rising blast in Coral Groves to sigh my last h. R. J. At bins a. Written for the Magnolia. A scr. By e. Lee deep deep in the cell of the heart where it Broom ctr keep the dark passion pent thai so often intrude in no Charm has fair childhood youth s Bright face hath none when Unseul glued anger tic Mastery hath won. By gentle to gentle the tender Young Flower Bowein Down in Meek Grace when the stunt Cloud doth lower so the Kyj Virit that calmly bears on through All wrong. Owns wealth which will serve it the wide world along. Of Wear it of Wear it. Amid this s fever i he treasure a a one temper twill fail thee of never the Best of All weapons twill prove in life a Flefil. For a Neath is Sweet influence the Siernos Oft yield. If thou a cedi so to be angry. A let thy heart cherish Kesenci Miil go Pinsl self. Till thy vices All perish but break not for Olheis thy tempers Strong Chain. Or the blow in rebounding May harm thee again. Charleston s. C. Miscellany. W. P. Sage Reszegi fully informs ids old friends and customers that he has removed his store to the House Laiel occupied by w. Ii. Ii. White amp co. it Loor to the Book store of. Chase amp co. Where he keeps on hand and is constantly receiving from new York Choice selections Tif goods in his line among we Linch Mav be found Gold and Silver watches including p. F. Coopers duplex m. 1. Tobias and other m in Erst Gold and Silver a Ever so and vertical watches. Cold guard and Fob chains seals and keys Gold cock chains. Mosaic and i ear rings and pins. Diamond mosaic Pearl Ruby Emerald Opal 1�?~ainted Ami Plain Gold breast i iii. I Iam my Opal Emerald Ruby Pearl Plain Gold and chased Fisit or Kiu a. Let and Plain Gold lest run and crosses. Jet and Plain Gold hearts and Birds. Gold Collar and a sleeve a muons. Silver Gold and steel Gold and Silver thimbles. Gold and Silver Pencil cases. Silver and plated Ware. To Igor Wostenholm a amp Crooks knives amp razors. New and popular in music. Arrangements have been made to by supplied with the latest and nest fashionable pieces As they apr car for the piano flute violin amp a. Amp a. Watches clocks and jewelry Roii aired in the most Workman like manner. To this depart Incipit the proprietor gives personal attention and All work done in his shop is a warranted. Lepa continuance of Public favor and patronage is solicited. Athens feb. 12-�?18�?tf. New mail arrangements. A respectfully informs the Public generally thai he new runs a splendid line of Hacks from Madison to Athens. Madison after the arrival of the passenger train from Augusta at 4 of clock a m. Mondays wednesdays and fridays arrives at Athens same at 11 a. M. Athens tuesdays thursdays and saturdays at 11 o clock a. M. Arrives at Madison Samo Days at 6 a m. May28�?u�?3m. Valuable land for Sale. It Lle subscriber of fors for Sale his land in the n. X e. Corner of Jones county in Cedar Creek contain iii 1030 Ciren 450 of which Are and in a Good state of cultivation a comforts a two Story dwelling House with a necessary but a timings. There is also on the Premiss an Academy in Success Fol Epora Ilon and a Baptist meeting House. Is healthy and convenient and in Point soil would lose nothing by a comp ii with any place in Jones or Tho adjoining counties a he now offered for Tho Low Price of �7500 in tiv pay Meixiu Oden. Address 5ti Post Onich Jones co. A. July 0�?17�?gt. From the French. Rosa Iliia the ii by one. A Hill look Ihnn a said mrs. Moore to her husband a a How ugly int Littie our is is she not William a and or. Moore who was sitting in a rocking chair. Amusing himself Wii i poking tie fire Laid Down the Longs he held and gravely answered Iris wife. A Bill Niy dear you have already said so one Hundred limes and were Yon Loray it one Hundred times More lib be would not become less ugly for your saying la Osaula was a Little girl of about fourteen. She was their child and to do her inor Iier Justice was really very ugly nay almost revolt ii is with her Little Gray eyes Flat nose Large Mouth thick Proi Nidini lips red hair and Ali yell a form remarkably awry. Liose was then very ugly hut she was a Sweet girl nevertheless. Kind and intelligent she possessed a mind of tie highest nature seemed to have Pompeii Sale her with every Good Quality of the heart lor the Waul of every Beanie of person. The poor Little thing was profoundly Hurt As she to her not fiefs of you Lidie fright you will never gel a hits eight of clock struck j mrs. Moore was sorely vexed. A a go to bed. trembling by the Little girl approached her Mother to give her the kiss of Good night. A a a tis useless you Little monster a said her Mother. A tear rolled from the Little ones Yeti. She hastily wiped it away and Tiirik Rizig to her father presented him the yet humid Cheek. He Kis red her tenderly. 1 am riot altogether miserable a she Mur Itin fed leaving Trio room. Uei ired to her chamber she commenced embroidering a Scarf and worked thus part of the night for she desired to be Able to present it to her Mother when she Rose in the snort eng. The clock struck twelve. She had just finished and putting it by the Little girl a ninety resigned herself to rest. Her repose was undisturbed. On the Morrow Hose presented the Scarf to her Mother. What was the pain the Little one experienced when her Mother received it coldly and expressed none of those Lender Sei iii inc nos which were to have been the Sweet Little ones Only Reward. Her eyes by Chance glanced Over a neighbouring a yes a she said internally al am ugly they Are right a mid she sought in her Young head to find a remedy for . And then in the world new pangs wounded the Little ones heart. A first impression alienated All the Yoi intr girls of her own age hut then she wits so Good so amiable so Anions Itig that they approached then listed then loved her. Now indeed our i Mac one was Happy. One Day or. Moore went Home in a violent passion and became in cd of some trifling highly iii erased against Iris Domestic Felicity was i rub led for eight Long Days for eight Long Days mrs. Moore was continually crying. Uoss him in vain racked her Young Bruins to discover Why Blit her father still continued angry and her Mother still , we no Jit last she reflected in her mind How to Reco Zidile the parties. They were All three seated in the parlor or. Mobry was arranging the fire when this was concluded Mic threw Tho tongs Ironi him snatched a Book from the mantel and opened it an aptly hut aft a Morgen to a perusal he closed it again in a violent hut nor Cist a fierce Clarire at Iris trembling wife and a hurriedly Rose from fits chair. \ Rosanna deeply moved her arms nah fit his neck As he was boil to Rise and affectionately caressed Irini. He could not reject Fier innocent coaxing and the Little girl Lii Liing she had succeeded in touching Iris heart took in her hands the inti trued hand Kerr Liiva wherewith iter Mother had Bieti drying her weeping , and dried them a second time threw iii she then Lei idea by embraced her Mother who Reti irked her a Flection uate with All a mothers of Nikdin is. The parties now being favourably disposed nought Rema iut d but to establish the this was no easy matter neither would make the first overture and without the penetration of Little Rose the reconciliation would not then have taken place. She look her fathers hand Between her own Little hands and pressed it to her bosom she then took her Molher s hand and joined it into her fat fiery Sas it Lay near her heart. Human Pride could resist no longer the alienated parents Rose at the Waivie Niue but and cordially embraced each other. From Liat hour Rose was the idol of them both. Six years after this Rosanna the ugly to Stiina was the Oriya intent of every society to which her Mother presented her. Aniable witty and observing her conversation was universally courted. One Suminori evening the Sun Wlinich during the Day lipid shed Over nature an intense heat Iliad just Disapio tired leaving tie horizon covered with Long while bands of red Clouds More and inure dark were heaping themselves on the Eastern sky tic atmosphere was Sinif Forni iii and one would deem Ifie Earth was return tag to the Sun the Lieut she had been re Ooi visit from tic it tar Tito All was heavy and weary the air inhaled seemed to suit Ocate than to nourish a drowsy Loii Girior overcame every one. In a Saloon whose every window was thrown open might he seen gliding Here and there in the darkened Light groups of Young females whose while dresses slightly agitated by the rising Breeze of Ilic Chen iii offered Somel Liing mysterious and poetical Whereon the imagination . A Low Lang isling whisper was then heard like the soothing inn mar of some Distant Rivulet. A Young woman seated before a piano was expressing lick hearts sentiments by an a temporary Melody now smooth and Tei Ider now deep and trembling. No More whispering hut a general silence took place for Liucc was ii celestial symphony a scrap lib a song. Lord Underwood a Fine Blue eyed Young nol Ileman was so deeply tou Clied by the Melody that his Frame seemed agitated by n momentary convulsion. He listened to the Angelus voice so softy with the Sweet tones of the instrument and Felt an indescribable sensation thrill through his Frame. The music ceased hut the Sweet voice still vibrated on Underwood be in and there was a Charm in the witty and original trifle to which he listened that transfixed Irwin where he stood. A How Hcan Tinl must Young girl be a thought Underwood. A a Happy the Man on whom May fall her Cloice a and he Rily Sig lied. Suddenly lights Are brought in the Young woman was the ugly Rosima. Lord Underwood was Stupi Fiedt he closed his eyes hut the can Irani of that voice Hanii cited Iris memory. He gazed on her a second Lime and he found her less ugly and Rose was indeed less ugly. The beauties of her mind seemed transferred to her person and her Gray eyes Small As they were expressed wonder Fol by Well her internal sensations. Lord Underwood wedded Rosanna and became the happiest of men in tie Possession of the kindest and most Loving of women. Beauty deserts us but virtue and talents the fait Lri ii companions0� our lives accompany is feeds he increase intr flame. In such cases the sufferer should instantly throw her clothes Over her head and Roll or he upon them in order to prevent the the flames and the Access of fresh air. When this cannot be conveniently elected Alifi May still avoid great agony and save her life by at Fiill length on the floor and rolling though not in every Cash completely extinguish tiie flame it will to a certainty Etard its it Progress and prevent fatal injury to the vital parts. When assistance is at hand the Hys Landers should immediately wrap a carpet a ii Earth ring a Greatcoat or Blanket around the head and body of the suf Erer who of ionic in a. Recomb evil position which will prove a. Certain preventive from dangers. the year 1813 the author noted Down More than ten instances recorded in the Public prints of females who were Burnt to death by their clothes catching fire All of which might have been prevented had the simple expedients now stated been resorted to and promptly applied. Dan Titen. There is troth and Beauty in the following sentiments extracted from a lecture by Rev. W. G. Burnap. The letter such feelings Are understood and the Niobe extensively they arc appreciated the brighter will be the world around us. A the Mission Quot of woman is for shown almost in the Cradle and it is a Mission Oahu Marity gentleness tend Rinesss generosity love. Mark a family just after the birth of a daughter. An infant comes always with a blessed mess from god to the human heart. It is a reiteration of the old but Ever new commandment a a love one it is a summons to duty to disinterestedness to kindness to Llie grave. Kugli so dec is safety. Refu action of is a Well know ii optical fact that when a Ray of Light Pas ses from air into water or from water into air it is Lient out of its course and As we see objects in the direction in which the rays meet the Eye the consequence is Tinnil objects Are seen we a Ere they Are not. For instance if we look Oli Liq Ziely i Poir the surface of water the reflected rays coming from objects at Llie Bottom will lie Bent downwards As they puss from the surface and the objects will consequently appear above their True place. The most simple of this is to place a cent in a Basin and step backwards until it is completely hid by the Edge of the dish then by causing water to be poured in the cent will instantly appear in sight and will seem raised toward the surface. It is from this Circiu Istance just in instated that the Bott Oais of Rivers and Ponds appear nearer the surface than they really Are the difference Heine ii the apparent and real depth of water Amot i ills to about one fourth _ it is owing to ignorance of this fact that Many enter wafer beyond Mieir depth and Are . To warn the Reader against distressing and often Fata accidents of Uii other kind we sub join an extract from an excellent work of Thomas Dick to which we Are indebted for Many Oft he suggestions of these articles. A a Many affecting and fatal accidents have happened and Are frequently occurring particularly to clip Leven and females Iti the higher ranks of life Rozini Viveir clothes Chuchin fire most of which might be a Prevc Nln a were the two following facts universally known and Pruc locally applied tendency to mount upwards and that Dir is essentially requisite for Snoj torring in Vav Heidi the clothes of be aides Jake fire As the fire generally Liegus at the lower parts of their dress so Long As they continue in an upright posture the flames naturally ascending arid meeting with additional fuel As they Rise Peconie More powerful in proportion whereby the neck the head and other vital parts of the body Are liable to be injured and by running from one port of uie room to the other and from one apartment to another As is most freq gently the Case the air which is the fuel of fire gains free Access to every part of their apparel a ant anecdote of a sleep Walker during Llie revolutionary War there was a Geist Lemnus of Large property residing in Brooklyn who was addicted to the habit of walking in his sleep panic struck at the invasion of the ene Niv he daily. Exit acted that Iris dwelling would Btu ransacked and pillaged. Under the influence of those fears lie Quot Rose one night and taking a Strong Box which awake he never attempted to lift without assistance he proceeded Down stairs Fiqiri wished himself with a Laii Torii and Spade and in a deep wooden Glen about a Quarter of a mile from his House he Henriet his treasure carefully replaced Llie Sod so As to create no Sims Picini of their having been removed. This done he returned undressed and went to bed. Next morning lift was the first to discover the absence of his a Strong Box a without having the slightest remembrance of what had pissed. Enraged at its loss he immediately accused i Domestic of the lol Ibery As no truces of violence were perceptible either on the locks or doors of Iris House that could induce him to suspect strangers. Month after month elapsed and still the mystery was not solved arid Iris family began to Juil the necessaries of life without the Means of procuring them. At that period of Public calamity no Money could be raised on real estate and it was at that season of the year when agricultural labors Lead ceased which left him no Means of earning a support for his family. To augment his misery his Only son Lay conf cd by a violent fever without any of those comforts which his situation demanded. The mind of the despairing lather was strongly affected by this melancholy View of the future his rest became More frequently broken and he would olten wander from room to room ill nip lil with Una Ripe and i Steps As if Pur stood by an his wife and daughter who were accustomed to these nightly wanderings never attempted to disturb iii i unless they were fearful sonic Accident might befall Lipini in this Case it was necessary to employ the most violent Means to awaken him upon which i he would exhibit so much fear and distress that they usually suffered him to recover gradually from the trance which was succeeded by drowsiness alter which he would sink into Light and natural sleep Wlinich generally Contin inc for several hours. One night is his daughter was watching at the conch of her sick Broiher she heard tier father descend the stairs with a Quick step and following him she perceived he had dressed Hin self and was lighting a lantern at the Hearth after which he unbolted the door and looked out he then rain tried to the Kitchen and taking the lantern and Spade he left the House. Alarmed at this circumstance which was not usual a though it sometimes occurred As above related without the knowledge of Iris family she hastily threw on cloak and Foll using him to the Wood trembling with apprehension of she knew not what both for herself and for her father. Having gaining the place where he had three months since buried the Box he set Down the lantern so As to reflect strongly upon the spot he then removed the sods and striking the Spade against its Iron cover he laughed wildly and exclaimed a my treasure is Safe and we shall lie and shouldering his heavy Burden with the strength of a Hercules he stopped not As before to replace the sods of the Earth but up his lantern pursued Iris Way Dirc Coly Home to the Joy of his daughter who could scarcely support herself irom the fears she had experienced which were that he was about to dig his grave and either commit suicide or murder some one of Lis defenceless family. Inexpressible there Ore was her Joy on seeing him ascend the stairs my place the Box in its former recess after which As usual he retired to rest. His wife and daughter however were too anxious to sleep themselves the one Sal impatiently watching the Dawn of Day and the other retired to the apartment of her suffering brother to relieve his mind by the Joyful event Anc her consequent Hope of his in immediate recovery. When the gentleman arose in the morning his wife old served the san Rife gloom upon his As he anxiously Quot inquired Abonit the health son and expressed his sorrow at not being Able to procure these comforts for his family which were a much fit Diimig Hiiri perfectly fall that Flad passed the preceding night she Watchet the effect which the restoration of the Box would Linvs Lipon his Rind and As peeled with an Ostoria Ishmeil almost amounting to Phr nay tie exclaimed a who has Doh this irom whence came the Box a not Uri til he had hastened to Llie evidence of his Dang Fer could he he con Vinced of the possibility o his performing such an act. While asleep. Sinif fice it to say that now health peace and Coin pm thrice were once More restored to his Dwe Ling and the result of this bless Irig had a Salii effect upon his it mind and although he still continued his Midnight excursions yet his friends were gratified to find them less Fri quent than formerly and ins al so to judge by App Carwile a be into to partake of the mild ser tie character of his warm thoughts. To Seif do nil a and it secures obedience by an Appeal More powerful than any that can be nude to the cold Region of the tending it opens the heart the Fountain and Well Spring of duly Mirski esp Cully in this Liia new born heir of a ii inn destiny add to its own helplessness the claim of belonging to that sex which through life demands the Protection of tie other. Even the Little epithets of endearment which arc the natural expressions of the gosh Wiigs of parental affection have a Shade of tenderness towards a daughter which is riot bestowed upon an infant of the rougher sex a this arises not so much from any material difference in their present condition As from the anticipations of the future. The boy though now weak and wailing will soon develop the strength the resources the courage of a Man and be Able to Buffet his Way through the rude world. But the daughter How Little control she to have Oyer her destiny. How entirely her happiness to be placed in the Power of others of those with whom Providence shall cast her lot added to this is the feeling that Ilythe heart of a daughter they have a Richer treasure than they can possess any where else. All things they feel Are Uncertain but the love of a Daug liter cannot fail. Time and circumstance May change. They May Wax old or 36 unfortunate and the world will pay its court to the Young and successful but in the heart of a daughter they can never be be a True Laib. It is no easy matter to be a True Man. The True Man is True to himself True to Iris Conn try True to his fellow men True to his god. And yet How Many might approach new arc to t be Standard of a True Man if they were Dis used to make trial ? and How few even aim 0 be True. Purines of thought spirit conduct in character and life flies alone can make a Man really and Bruiy great. Who yet search the whole catalogue of human greatness has come up to the Quot full stature of a perfect Man ? not one. Because none have succeeded should none try / because the Aini is High like and the height difficult of attainment should no one attempt the ascent no one make advances. to Tjie Dif in Ltd of the task will be the glory of the accomplishment of the work to him who attains. 1 can t never accomplished anything of importance 1 can has bridged the Ocean arid Roi ight the lightnings from the Clouds. By this magic word Art and science have advanced agriculture and manufactures and Commerce flourished and civilization spread its elevating influence among the abodes of men. A Well regulated mind does not regard the abusive language of a Low fellow in inc Light of an insult and Decilis in beneath All the abominations to Wlinich the Hitler May give utterance will not raise Simone Jot above Lis proper level or the former in the slightest degree below his sphere. A a a moral sensible and Well bred Man will not insult me and no other advantages of science. Or. Holbrook of Medway the celebrated Ell founder who has put no it a clock on the Baptist Church in this town the present week gave us a Little incident of his life which is Worth relating if for nothing More than to show the importance of a knowledge of chemistry. An immense pile of cinders arid dross lad accumulated near his foundry which was supposed to be entirely worthless and was used to fill up Stone Walls amp a. A foreigner who happened of be in town examined the Ile one Day and offered Lou for it. So arge a Price excited or. suspicions that he cinders might contain valuable Metal and be declined Selling it. The Man then offered �200, which of course confirmed his opinion and after a Little Parley the stranger acknowledged that he was acquainted with a process i Gay which valuable Metal might lie extracted yom the cinders which he differed to divulge or a Small compensation. A Furnace and a Arat is were constructed according to his direction and when the whole pile was run through the mass of neglected rubbish yielded a Nett profit of �13,000 so much for Iuo Wing a a How to do a i Cal . A Patent has lately Len taken out in ii a Rland lor the purpose of securing an iii Ven i Ion for uniting Lead without solder. This is described As being done with a portion of its own Metal. The principal agent is a Jet of flame quite manageable similar to the blowpipe and of the most simple construction to vitriol makers Inanna alluring chemists arid All works where solder will not Bear the lest of like material manufactured the invert Tori is repro Seritch As of great moment. This discovery likewise not Only say a the a of part tiv by heavy expense of solder but enables the manuf a Cturner to have his Leaden Vecy is arid Chari Ibers of one entire Pic cd of Lead whatever May be their . Job Tania. A poor woman in the country vet to hear a Sermon wherein among a the a evil practices the use of dishonest weights and measures was expo a. With this discourse she was Inch affected. The next Day when the Iriina Isler according to his custom went among his hearers and called upon the Wpm i he took occasion to ask her what she remerow crib of his Sermon. The poor Wuqian complain much of bad in a Morv and said she had forgo Fen Alnio st All that he tip a delivered. A but one thing a Sai d she a a a remembered 1 Tehie Breed to Burn any a doer word cannot to a forgetful hearers Alec Drics. Dot a. Franklin set ode off Rio rals. The follow iii list of moral Virtues was drawn up by or. Franklin for the a Flat Tori of his life Temperance Bat not to tii uness drink nor to Elevation i. Silence Spiik rib but what May Benefit others or yourself avoid trifling conversation. Order let All you it things have their place let each part of Youit Busine have its time. Resolution re Silve to perform what you Anglit perform i Ghoul a fail what you resolve. Frugality make to expense but to do Good to others or to Yoter self that is waste nothing. Industry i tse no time be always employed in something a Ful keen out of All Jin necessary action. Sincerity use no hurtful deceits think in Uoc Ritly and justly and if you so Ink speak accordingly. Justice wrong none by do iii injuries or omitting the benefits that Are your duty. Moderation avoid extremes Forb Erir . Valaau Linesse suffer in uncleanliness in the body clothes or Hahira Tion. Tranquility be not disturbed abut a trifles or at accidents cd Maori or unavoidable. Humility imitate jes irs Christ. The Limea. A Mii s Demeanour a said to be of it least doubtful character. It is not Best to form any with her. Miss Cellany is a very iii diligent and interesting lady and is much air favor with edit ors and publishers. She is frequently noticed in the newspapers. Miss Anthrop is a peevish old spinster and although she is exceedingly modest and reserved we should not recommend her acquaintance. Miss Trust is of a jealous disposition and withal rather troublesome. Miss construction is much in if Ivor with sectarians is of a serious moral and is sep Posci to be Well disposed miss for nne although honest and amid Hie is much dreaded arid shunned by All a she is rather wayward however Rind often in Trudes in company where she . Miss Narner often renders Aid to the Legal profession and her company Jsu Oft p sought by gentlemen of the miss Little is a great politician in Rind rib. Several occasions has presided in Tori Halls of legislation. / miss Eloc is a poor dependent per Pri Abiff although in Good health is always by some More wealthy neighbor. Miss Tress a that is tic lady of Liverar notoriety and highly in favour with All class a and especially with the juvenile position of the . Y. Mechanic. lady who was very modest and submissive before marriage was observed by a Friend to use her Tongue pretty freely after a he remarked there was a time when 1 air most a the a hero a signed the Nus and a a but it is verify Long since. Peter the 1., King of Portugal to restrain luxury and prevent the ruin of families Abson iii Ely forbade All of his subjects to buy or so i any of their commodities without Init edible payment and made the second Cost iii Iott that offence death the Best Way to please All a please any., with least danger is to please. Him who 411 ii a a / in All. _. Raby Grimaud. Some years ago in one of thai Puiri ies o Virginia a w it Ness under the county court refused,.to Ous Wev a a Tifei Tion put to him by one of the count al rigid therefore charged with a cd Rita Iris it oct Dur. He was arraigned on this charge i Long and patient of the Traiter a a Sny cd arid the court after mature deliberation decided that the prisoner was guilty and that he should be publicly reprimanded by the presiding magistrate of the court. The culprit was accordingly placed at the bar the Chiet Justice arose with All the dignity the of Caliph required and with impressive Gravity pro i bounced and executed the sentence of thai court in the following words it go. You have been accused of a heinous offence you have Beem fairly arid patiently tried and found i Ilia. The court in of this offence that i shall repro Muirid you aint you ashamed you dirty dog iliac bread. The following letter from a indy will teach the housewives of our country Hoy to add to their comforts at Home. A a i have been making exp Efi men is Witti Fth Flo if and ii ivc produced a bread that is Kirifi called. Since 1 got it perfect i Jive Seril Sample to every Orie Iri Ould think if. It is the Best bread a have Ever tasted and 1 Doii to think it More expensive than wheat bread. I make it thus one quart of Rice flour Iri Afie Fuir to a stiff Pap by wetting it with Wam water not so hot of to. Make it Lump when we to wet add boil Itig water As much As two or three quarts Siri it continually until 1t boils Sheri add one pint of Trilk Nyhen Cool enough to avoid scalding the a Cost add half a pint of Good Crist find As much wheat flour As will make it consistency for bread j b rit it to Rise when i ii it win Imp Neceia Ary to add a it la More wheat Flo if. Of baked too soft the loaves will be hollow. The first 1. Baked were. In re shells. If you Cari abbreviate the receipt for use on May but if you do not give All this people will rib succeed in making in Good. 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