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Wonders !'! never cea-e. How few persons
have heard a bird talk in good Knglisli !
have aii h-f ciip! to In:tty Poll lion
lie savs " good murmur," but Pretty Vol!
l::is no com ami of language she is lift nn
adept in etymology, syntax, or prosody
she cannot talk sv!i 'i:i-"ieail v, like the t ilk-
i II la 1 1 la , u i a .-m- v .1 u uwi , it tiu in m , i c
;'ati not, like him,
three ii" J .-iti-ii'--.-i for i i-imple : " My
name i, Mino Mino is a pretty bird How
do yon do! Wc are aware that the pres
ent Queen of hnglniid once had a parrot
that said, "(iond inn nliii.', Vie," but never
Could pioTiounee the word, " Queen ieto
ria,1' aud on mccount of an unfinished edu
cation, was suddenly neglected cr tuned
over to llie understrappers of hidi-or Catle.
There is a talking ti r I now living in Mod
ern Amen, that haseiiber been remarkably
well educated, or has intuitively caught the
true spirit uf llie literary ntino-J here we are
. , l.,...il. . .'-.,1 1 1,: hird talk
coniiiioti st r.-e in t'ood lCnglish. lie is a nr.
euriokity ; und we ill n-M believe that our
eld friend Audubon would have sent a ball
through Mine's bead, ewn for the sake of
enriching fcii soj-trb rtiitholL'.v with an-
other be;!iiu! .... riiiieii, e-p.claliy ifMino
Lad said to the d i -I . i . n i h d ormtholo-tt
. ,. . . . , '
in his wini, nr.-una f i id natureu manner
"(i.-iod n..!i.!r..-. sir."
W't i tin t likitiiibir I. Mino. at Lis h'tne
in Trem t.t .-tieit. No 74. a few days since.
,,!-.... .u imi i,:ci:p! h
l itiSjeii t t ) i.ive ail a'leuate nt -cr:pnn ol
Lim. II. in at out the me of the American .
rrow-biac'n Lir.i. aitl.oui;h a little hea itr.
His leiij.lli from the t: cf the bill to tne end
of the t-il feather- M about f.-lve ILcl.c.
lie has a n-liO Lui cf one meh in letigtli.
lhs pliim-.e is re-.kabiy beautiful wh-n
in tlie ray of the .m. li i- a very rich
v;.ri' j'te 1 put p';e a-d i-reen The wines
!,re nearly Hek. wiui wbi'e bar- ne'.r the
ends. The featL.-rs on the .-ni are vi-ry
i , . , ! i
Hicrt. Cr.e :nd thicl;. and r.-e.i.hie tlie rich-
t-t glo,s :.( u.nk i-!v. t. lie ha- along and
Wautif.il ii rp.'l -( I 'il't yeliow extending
from eac'a ki.ie .'f tin' back of the head to
the nan of Lis tieek; there U al-o a small
. j't'W 11 :.-n.' m itk each -i'b' of Li"
Lead. lii-U-oi'! el arv yi iiow. Hi
t-iiign- i- ! -!', I" 1 1 -d at t'v end. broa l in
t.ic till at arid fi t.'t-u uiti -iMiE troni tha
if tiie parrot, which is reur.d sbo
0!l.e I' a I curved .
Mr. J lilies Mai. r., t'ii.' wei'. know n taxi 'If r'
liiit of tin- city, inform u- that the Mm.)
litds, ca'ilid, iri natives of Java, and
that th'K a 'e rare e' en in t but l-'an-I ; li'nre
t.er. that t ti v s-Moin t ib;. They hive a
Coal ; i- t
1 ili eat v-jkaci-m-lv. t Jok-
ei or n niti.i. bie-.l, p.
a'tie'U.b ti'i-v n IT" ar to r
UUii al.J UUit,
ii-h siintile meal
Mr. M.iiiii r s.r.-.'d a M:i)o lord
t .U li.lit 1
I lli-1 ,
, mi.; iaa
nu:.- -. 9
TLe t-.ro Mii.o, in Tren''i.t street, the
j-ropctty r.f Mr J i'h'--',ey. ha- a Cue
tciur vo! e. and !.: t may ti uly
be ternred iiit- iiigiie. Wf- have seen .-eve-r!
po--viis ioukii.g ad miriiisriy at him. and
Lave In- him ray in the me-t d.saiu t
lt.armer, ail' r he hu- iaj.u iutiiitiy, appar
ently ii-t' iilii.' to the rr.v r-atijii, " My
tame i- Min i A n r wait.nj some time,
ts if he i ir.t-r'ed a c or piiiin t:t to be be-f,ow-J
upon Lim, he ha- raied lii ii'-au-tifui
h'-ii . r.ii j.ron.i'. v -aid, Mmo is a
beautifji Lir t If to p. run o5 r ar.y
word ot p it-e. h- W a'lO-it tu Li ef
a titin;-', tor1.. i.i o-.f-k t tii a.-tijiii-h-el
pectat r, ar.-l in-iinaoily and etnpiiiti
cai.y v s. ia a i-harp tone."'!-? away!
jji awv '." He" i;. ii 2': . a loo-i stid i arty
t tifaw.ez ikiiy 1 !.e the "ha-ha-La! ' of a
h'jmoo eiig. f c;ur-e. every person
laj-.-hi.it ?!. Jr.)!! r : r ' I . aid 'he d.-ji! i. ;rd
lut;hs i-ait. :.: : v-, " flood rnort 11. g ! '
VLn I- set- Li- adiuirer? li pre. he 'ells
thru) in the plainest larjuagi to ?hijt the
Coor!' If he is a'ked his uvtne in an af
fect!anat tunak.i.r, ie ii itnineoiateiy r- ply.
' My nan.- is Mlno Ho r.f yoi! do 1
V. hen he l.-'r several persut:- conv'-i -:ng
carbe-t'.v tjg'tber. without t-ik;n a:.y no
tice of li in, L'.' xe.ainis. " 'A irit ar- you
J-liiir g f .r !" The words re a.j s'jdd. nlj
(pokec, and the oun 1 so el j" ir reen,bis
a L-jxau voi.-e. ti. -it on- i r a y incirn-d
t rp:y liut it i dob- of your iiui!i.. !
liit i.n'j is polite, veil educated, a.-l very
amu-it.g, ai',ii04:b Le is vum and fvtd of
fcvery pi.n-r U- e'.ven we havk l.esrd
T.no p-ak ic t'r.e i -,n't of 1 ri . i 1 1 u 1 :
b-t-ju'd pro': it 'v : t so t-uji.'. -. ext-ud
Lis kli'il-iJr" f.f ti.. Ktil.-t. ri!..'Oa-. that
L coil: a .1,1 the talkin; at tl.e 1.1 xt .
clo'i 'jfoir I.-ii-'iita? for t.otLit.g. and tl u
rue e vi.-i-irra. ;. money to our tax puling
ct.ielis. It is a fact that, wu-o he is in the
L iir.er l. sptak" th-; Malay latiuag". t'j'-j
iv, a:..J at ; -11 efi'l v f-,r Li on grat.fiea
t.on V. - i.-.p.i that Mr.K.ih'i Hurr.-tt. the
l.anie'lii ik-u.i;!.. il; il-ten to Min ' for
i V'ti iinj '. at.d f'i.i -j" a tr:in-.j", n '0 it.
J -r, ma '. i, ri Tj, -on.. llie-- ij'. an 'ii.
CO Lt j " t Hi V l'l - pri -'t.eii I" us t.y
tl.i- r ii;.rki.!e b io. II- n-.iti y u.at.i
.t a evrtaiti d.-re.- of ii gen . He
a; liar-r.tly tikes p it io l:t--M!i t- or
d.rtrv col' er-ation. ind ij.-i- i-x'ra-ir iitriry
j-i. 1 : fo t'i j,; wi r If c La-1 theeti'h'i-ia-m
of rut A -"iuM..i. iV, l-i.i,, i8-n. (.' ivo.-r or
l.i i e. i , if tl.i- oru in a rn.k
ii'on- t oii;rtord-. 1 i 1- oa tu r, Mr.' I's
l-'T, W?:'l WI:! tie p kAs-ej to sil'i lOS pet t'l
the I j- .." wi.i) fiii.. to -ali. ha '-f.i-ni
oi.e r i-f 1,1,1, : r d !! sr- f r t.;oi
Mil .. 1.
tne c 11 y
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1 . '1
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nari to 1-e
;v imitates tic nuina'i
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. 1' 1 I C khii W S tli ik
t-.i.u u- ! ; f r
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N' t !'t lvr tl.tr ta
. n t o 1 e s r t
f-i it-.- 1'i.st .-a .
r' ,j, 1 in 1 1 r y e .) i
if. .'a . I: I- t'.-l
ill, ii,i ii ' : -i -i ;,t.l..;- A . j'l .
1 ,e eu. i.ary oep,, ri o.. ot
'- :- a - mii- j : 1 o- 1.1
''i -r .- - 1 y ft .t any
' '' :- t'i ,'i.l.j r a., 'aii
li.l 1 ti ti
A 'itf .sr C-.i; 1- 1 -111-
late ..i-ch a! .1 ,1 . ...
t. "tied, a an i.l ..! 1 .1. n,
o ir linlltatial 'i-'ll.aiii, tn
the fiaur years Io-
If.'ft ialid w a -, 0. 0
t i j erimi-stt fr ini'Mis
o. Ler 1. g iiiu .t I ! p a
Ki at;.-' , ai d ::.' 1 ! .1
t J'l a. lla !.' 1 Ll.l't til 1
j-i I t si-, i:,
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V a ti,i -s i.f
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M i -
1- A i
I . - 0.
a hiuiat ci'uiosirw
Mino , rue I'ai.kiv) Hikd of Japan
-!Tlovth CLaroliim aulbtg.
Tuo da v. Jim t' 2'v IS
in amioMiu. .iriNiN';s
iSKI II l-.r ?( -e'l .'tlell t
,il r1 t'ii r fc. I' ' Mi f k lui-
11. kKKI!. Kso.,
I'll' "!li'f "''
a a i
i r...r l
Liiup rniinly.al tin' etiMl.ii
' We aro alttNurir.' 11 1
t; ki i t.-i , a- t'.iinM.i ,t
Ant ul i li el ii'ii.
Mill, WW. K.
nr rt-.i i'Iimn tn T He
t i.imtv I . url t im, NT l. ekleiuiuif
ty, ill tin- i li'iiH'i; Aup lis' i i- el ii n .
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, ip1(., , fUIV m, ,lfn U !irl.
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1 be C bar eton (.oi.rit r pu t-hsl.es the foi-
' ut v "al '
low in; appeal, at the n ue?t rt' llie ' fouth-
tru Matrou," to every" Mayor and lviitor"
-n ,l1P rolniIrv, Heartily approving the ob-
, ,;.,,,. tf MB vrllivn
Association " we i Mt I it ai.d enl. tlie es-
pecial attention of our I nlend a lit to tl.e part
, rt(,Kt-d t take in carrvinc out the
.f cf U(jT ,ho vvT ,
atmn. V bat Atnenosn he '.it ran
ret'u-e to yiidd to tiiis upju'Bl. If ih-re i
ouu we wou'd to kuovt it. We cannot
C01,(,t-U1? ef aVy tJitv- so appropriate as the
, , , . ' . , . . ,
feot' e of tins eoui.lry I v vo utitarv sun-
scription, coiitribuinig on the 4th ot July,
our NattDal liirth-lay. a sutu futT.cient to
puri.lia5e ibe last rctirig place of thcluati,
, . . , , , .,..;..,., ,i.
I'lliic'.pa'i ti.eans ill si-euriii to u our gnat
civil .ltd rtlijjiou. -ii iiies. liul riad the
tu thi: m a Voiis td t 11 u am ruw.Ns,
.1M1 i:iriui;s k m.w t'Ari.i;s,
TliR'M i.ilnlT '1 Ilh t'M'i.N.
Wi l.avp Wen cotnniisiioB-d by the 'South
ern Matron," to inake an eartie-t appeal to
the Mavors of cities and low lit, and to our
brother K-iitor- ttuo'i L'hwt th- I'tiion. to
iik up pro
o-ir: v ai.il !;.", i.t, i to 'i.-rti-ip.
111 th- Br""t
and putriotii' uik which khc
ha uiidrrtaKeU the f-mclia -e anil cote
craii.01 of Mount erno u, a ue j f-rpi 1 11 il
sbritie ef V.'sil t MJTuN, slid the Mecca ot
America. It is t ut t:.. liitiiiu homage to
his iilu-trion shade ; to ti,e great tic.- anu
gtodii. s of Lis character; to tho piivute
and j. u: ;ic ;r'oe cf ahicL lie tva- the. n.ode! ;
to hi- laurels a warrior and Lis wic.low
a- a sage ; to L'- Iu'ihtLo ii cf our c'yi.try!
I t !l,"ti e.Civ one let), k'h nowierigs and
redeem ths ii.iui duty cf rc -utributing his
nrt- tu tlie i'u-at and gl oiou enterprise of
h:iliwii: the tof.h of a.-rr.iiT-iv. a- a
public tru-t, in the 2u.1idi.iu eu-tuJy of
Vtrgiiiia,.f-ar the reVirPtcc of all America,
and homage of a,l tl.e viorid, it all tin.c to
1 he p'itp i-e i tl, Houtueru Malrnti."
and the patriolic djnjhtfr? e-f An.cnca, of
w L-:in she is tho -ri-.-i.iii.g and in.-pirmg
divii i:v, i- to rai-e the sum of Two II L
Liiikii Tut iAM- 1' l.i.Ah.-by voluntary ub 1
te:ip:i.lt, previo i to tlie 2s!l day of Feb- .
ruaij next, f r tiie n'.rcha-e of Mount Ver- 1
noti from its prc-iut prep rii tor. and its
dediv:.tin,. on that ha.lowfcei Liitli-day, as
the pv ietual -iiiineof T?atres, paltiorikin
and woit'u. M..ie lh;i n onc-eiLditU of the
teqiiited kulu Las Lt-eii aire tidy raised, by
the ti.iiiltce of the giflt'l Kverctt, a son of
M -i-:ji ti'i-ett-i, noiliiy of Uii hl Hay State,
in tint Uay.h--n liniikir lliil and the
Palmetto Fort civ forth respoiive thun
ders ai'aiii-t the comiiiOO toe. ( 'ratots, lee-
turn, editor-, and pleaders cf both cxes.
are already actively at aork, fr'Jin rock-
tojnl Maine '0 foi'kn aliloima. from the
AtUi.tic to the Pacific borders of eur con
tineiitjl IicpiiLlio, uti'ie-r the Latter of the
" Soi.ttcru Matron,'' in the same noble
cau-e ; tut it req'iire-s I , as well as
vigorous if ntto acbit-ve tLe cvnsuu.ma
tion iii i-t d voutly Ij bcwi i. l. In the
name, ti.en. ot the " ."ouiin-rn Matron.'' a
t'ao.'. tfr of tl.e I'altut tto 6t ate, w illi anres
tr i. Virginia blood riiutdn it in-r vun, lb"
bead of thi tc.iy lal-iollOt the WOTUeil of
Anieriea, wholi .-tua s-ick pi iow, aid wi:h
t reinbliirg' Ltd. 'ta-ii--ueJ tt.o-e heart .stir
ring appeal, wl.ic1 Ii isve p-eiictratea and
agitateo ail America intht tatie, ui.der
w Lien shi; ita-j.-ura'.'-il, 5ii i Las reudiTcd
feasi't ie the Laiiowed eii'erpii-e in that
iiaia-, iit'ier i,i-h aior.e ii'-r m'. riety con--i-l.t!
to c 1 11. mo ri'c:,ie willi the public, and
by i;i':h -he w iii go d own t-a an-J Lu hie -i-d
Li 1 ty ar.d ail fiiture time for
L-r sake, an wi a for ti.esake ot the sat-red
rau-e with which ti.e La id titifk-d L rseif
iu iMiiiiortal uiiiC'tj c prop'O-e and appeal
to I!.-" Mayor, of all tin. ei sic.-, town- and
villain s . ' the- U UI11I1. tv l.ri Iil' the subject
pron 1 i.ett 'r, , i i.'iean-s of p'jijlic meetings,
or ui uer w i-e. to the iii-w 01 their respective
citizen", ti oiu'i r I liut th' r.'jiiiii i; l'ol.'HI'II
Jlty I1I1 t:?ll- 'tti'l U "i I 'il''ll-leil,
mil i'ii"iiiil i.'i unjr i-l,lr j 'nfi.i r . I.ij 1'w
I'll. 1, tiji uf .Mm sr Vie. .-.on Sins-mi'.
li'i-k. from eiery p-tilotiof the Ibpoolic.
to e'l-ure t;.e M j'n.l ci 110 k puiciia" -, ami
t t.e ' pi-ed cr. - 11 a t ijti, i y tl.e 1,11: at.
n:v-r-ary ( f ti.- i,iith-da jf b 1 in, w l, re
valor and wi-eom '"' abirth-iiav to
ri jr co'ii;ry Ti 'or biu'ii-r edit-.r-, too,
In the w br,le lb puh.ic, v. i'ei.d the if. ita
ti.t toftii-t, a Miighi- in th- unit-r of
M u-.t Vet fall. -''.'I !' -i!!n t ai d lib
i-b-iit service, un 'er tl.e patriotic (tag ol
" i t,'- . nithern M itrvii." both oiiii'(;ng' to
th- Ofi-tl and Jayiii' at Lcr fctlte liaitiol
1 11.1 jry.
sin rim n lib J Win? Tji'lirs
A pn. j o-iiion I. a' Leeu luauc, we --e by
an article from the I'lehwiond H hi, t
013':, .no ti c A u.ftieai, Patty an 1 fiii ba.k
on the old Wh.g Party. S ame of the A
me;. call pa '.! .-; pjs.- tnii p roig jitwn. Wt
oc ii'i in ii-iitj f r Ii 1 Mep. A fir a.
we are -on'-crm 1 ir-' ividualiy . -e j refer
the American J'aity We ire op0-r-dto
tne efl-.i t of foreign 1 1, !i .ji-i.c- at the ballot
box. ati the Aim ra-an i- ti. : 01, 1 v pulv
tl.al t 1- ever Hi I'- i s '! sd to i.;.,a e this
slat of t .lri." Maty of tliT old H 'hi gs havs
r.n c oi J;h'ti'un II n.j. ) of i,'.:.-
tle.i i,t, ,f they iieirtdli reluiii wc 1 .1,'!
in .er act with tleiii .-a!'nj 1 y . We ti,.ie
1 aic prtl'-r pal.;-.: rem 'aii.:.- a lut-y art.
n,. ,.V.ove is the name of a new A.nrri-
, . . .. , j . ,-,
can paper lately established m
, Fcrsythe county, N. 0 , by Messrs. " e -
niorelnnd & Colitus, tho hrst o. or men
we hive received. It is neatly printed aud
bids fair to be an able advocate of the piin-
, ciples ot the Ameriran J arty.
j Mr. Collins, ono of t lira editors, was co- if not nn entire return of that " era of good t,e uuiou of these .Staler,
editor we believe of the Salisburv V'irr, ! feeling " which, forty years ago, marked the, oj. ''lie perpetuation of the Federal I'nion,
and e-taLlihed in coViuuetioi, with 6on,e Jnt of the la-t of the block of Kevolu- j , le pUdium of our civil and religiou
anu e.iai,ii.nt.i m i tionary l'residel.ts, at least it was to witness j bbci ties.aud the only sure bulwark of Auier-
other person, a Ihmocrat.s paper in iu- n(J recutwnre of ,i,al petty proscription of; iean Independence.
8toi ) but since, he ha joiued the American ! lUmble clerks and servants in the tloveru i 3,1, Americans must ruk A mr, iaiaih
Tarty and in his address to the public he , ment bureaus which marked thu " reign of , . this end witr'rcborn citizens should be
cives the following reasons for doing so : ! terror." .We learn, however, with sincere ; selected for all State. Federal, and fnuni
,. , , , . ... ,,, J regret, that this small game has been started 1 cipul ollices or uovel nment ciiiplovment, in
. laving become one of the editors o he Hnew tll0 h not) we arc confident, with the preference to all others j neve. thele.-.,
(,;rol,na Matesmiii,. at. Anieneui. W bg 1 Wef. privity or sanc.k.n. A c.so j 4,1,. Persons boru of Ameiican parents
..cw.paper.it may be considered by some , eime ,0 ur klI0Wle(tire yesterday of the r,i,iing ten.pora. il y abroad, should been
proper tor i.stogne.n full our views ;pon slllnlllaryi dislnissa f a gentleman who, ; til4(i to all the rights of native born citi
the politi.-al questiulis that are now agrtattd , ,ll0Ugh otJv , c,.r'Ki Conld challenge a com- IOns but
by the two political parties of the country, i rarison it ,u t,at cmloble a man with any ! Slb. No person should be seleeted for
liut we are, at present, not disposed to do ; memUr j ic (;,)Vf rnmrriti ., mho,e oul. .. (wh(.lher u,il(1 or forpi ,
so. for rea-ons which wc sh.all state at a fu- jf Ut ,,c fallpd onC( consi!tt, . , f uUreiulwt or 0b-
tu.eper.od. It is only suiheii iit for "" being a dtoided Whig. We have no sym-. iilliou of any description to any foreign
say that having become disgu-ted with the palb? roroff)CerH (i,mi!,scd for cause ; it is ' pott:11'ta, r power, or who refes
l.un.bu-;- ry and deception pmeticed upou ; dtttJ p tU,e rIrUkted with the super-: I reeognUe the Federal and State const!
.1,. people by the leader of the IVmoeratic , of pul,;ic service to displace t,Jtins (each wi.hiuits own -pherr) as para-
par.y, tor tne purpose of cbtain.ng oll.ee ; unwonllv 9),rvallt, . lllt Lere is the r.-e of mouIlt all otlier Uvi , .)olltil!al
' and beine ati.-bed that tl.e principles advo- !..., .i, i;r ..t . . . '
eated by these seekers after power, are not
tho true principles for an Anierican citizen
to advocate and maintain, we have thought
j.npr to tever our connection with, the
li ihoeratic party, with which We have act
ed (rem our hoy, hood, until a short lime since,
when we dttein ined to join a party whose
principles wire more in accordance with
our own. Can any one, who is disi.oed to
h-t everv man m this eoniitrv e f pv the
., , 1 ; ,,
priviVire ol thiiikiiii! and acting tor himself,
,1 : I . . I .1 .1,1
ei 1 iei.i n. iiici-jiii-v w e- nine i ii ini'im
. J , . ... 1 1 .,
to pursue " Are we ju-tly censurable tor
. ' . 1 u . .
leaving a party wlnen we carot conseienti-
ouiy longer support on account of the cb-
noxious prnicip.es held auu put tortli hy
i-u- ,ii iuiiL'ii-3 iitiu uuu eiufc ivini
' ' . . -l 1 .
lie are sure 110 honest, sensible tnau
... . . . . . .
will think so. It is true, some of the u inl,l.
? hmlcrs of the little IVmoeralio eh'nr, I surveyor general imluded, and the three
who think every mtin ouglit to stick to the judges, to be appointal from the West or
! moeracy, right or wrong, may atjd will to Northwe.-t, and the marshal from Mississip
doubt Lave a good deal to say about the pi. Several days will lape before answer
coure we Lave Pursued, but one thiii is . can be received fiom those to whom these
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rt-i tain we care very 1 1 1 tie w hat these hum-
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di utns may ttiiuk or say cotcernitg us.
..,..) , 1 -t- ,1 . (.,..,;
e commend the ahove to the attentive
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perusal of our Demoeratio fnends.
furious Mail Jlntlfr.
A few days ago we observed in a large
bottle at the Po-t Office, two younir aliiga
tnrs, which bad been sent to this office in a
mi. all box through the mail. TLey attracted,
as wcii they n L-hi, the attention of many of
our citizens, for very few we presume, ever
had at. opportunity of seeinc one of these
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"cntturs alive before. e learn they
were sent, from Smithville Lere for a gentle -
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man re.sining la 11. mots, a ho has taaen them
home with Jim, whether to propagate the
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species or as a curiosity the deponent anith
It w as the intei tion nf our I'nsitinit.r
1( w as IU1 lUll.l.llOU Ol OUT 1 OsJUiasicr,
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it thev had not been eahed for bv the owner,
to put tbe.n in "Lake Calerine." Our
voung friends will le pleased to Lear that'
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such umuterestmg v.-itors wi.l not mar the ,
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I'le-i-ure 111-t 1 e ju lue uaun 111 tniuinij,
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during the fi-hitg season.
Ths IThfaf frnn
ie mum iinp.
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Some ot our agricultural friends Lave
couinieiK-td harvesting their wheat, and
are p;eaed to learn that the pro-pu t for a
arc ic d is very fiue. Iu truth, it I -cu-1
r j.w-. tv..j nun. iu.iu.u,ii. 0i.
f-rallv belicred thsttl.er.. h as nnt hen fnr
erany teller, a that there nas not teen tor ,
, a . ,
many years such Battering pro-pects fr
our agrieiiltural friends. It is ccrf-inly ,
much ..ceded, for such a scarcity in Meek-'
i?thyrg La. not been exrerictced sitcc we1
Lave teen a re.-idcut of Charlotte
Ri i I iiiiid Ditidrmf.
Py reference to our advertising columns it
w :n i'k seen mat tte t'lrectorr 01 tue narniie
and S. C. Hail r.oad have declared a divi-!
fiend of 'J per cent on the earnings of the'
rr.ail f .k ll.i. r.s.i u't n.Atali
that the r,.ad i, AU , fir le :r, , I , t ' T" Bl'NK,'R II,U' Clif.KIiRA I K.N. The j between tliiTpartie.. when they made
mat tne road h do,r,g a fair bu-.r.ess, but . gWfc Bj)k,r 1iu celebration, or iuaugura-' tt C!lcll otl.ri , for the interference
owing to the heavy repair and ot,er inci- ; tio of ihe Staue of General Warren, took of ?lTlcl ,ir(.scnti we doubt not would have
detta! expend s there was some doubt wh' th-1 place to-dy. I he weather was cloudy, but ,t,-,j,pc( the proceedings of " Your Wor
eradivdctid would be declared or not, but 110 rain "",ie morning. The procession start-; ,hi - lyV 5. ti(.uff f( became r.con-
' -.1 . .!..!. f... If... 1.... 11.11 TL..! J
.1101 c tiMdcrati-an tl.e jMrectors concluded
to declare a .-mail one. The road is now
in excellent order, and there is tolhing
teeded but the Danville connexion to make
it one of tliawast profitable roads in the!"' ' u , "u
' ll.a Mttnr, r.f K. n,iiipii nml llniilmtl .
W , C. ami Pa TiiEiiriiHlji K'Hli We aic
gratified to hear (and our information i
authentic) that the Magiatra'es of Kuther
ford county jroj.o-e to subscribe SIuU.OUO
t a the capital toek of the Wiimiogton.t har-
loile, ami liutheiford Kailroad ; to be aub-
n.iucd to the r.conlc of the etv fnr t,u.
Lealioc or rej-ctnan on the th Auat aeit.
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lie also learn that the Justices of Cleave-
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iiuil county Lave determiued to rnako a sub -
-.;, tin, .is-iii 1, .ni.. .
-dipnoi ol t.iO.Oi.'t to the stock of the com-
t .. ... on the dl I hursday ,u Augu-t (JUth.)
1 his is r neenng news, and is well calcu-
.1., In n,,..i , ii;.,i... ., ...
"' ; ,' ' V .a,vU.,.ucwt....,.,j:
the friend of this great enterprise from one
cu a, ue 10 me oiuer. 1 ne nome ex - -
a.tp.e of Ihe-e eUl.tie in thus coming to
th- ai l of the- w ork, uri-t have a tn'ast salu-
tary itfluence in causing a generous spirit
of livi,ry among tl.ccount.es dih.-Hy in-
urested in us suec-.k, and which have not
r t come to it, rescue in the manner iudi- j
cat-d above. We tru-l to hear soon of a
bat.J.ome subscript. by M.-ckler.burg, ;
ami t.y other counties. Speed ou the good
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.Mr. iiuiiari, the I re.jjent of the rosd, is;
now upon the lite, s.o.ly travel!;,, to thi
p. ace, .mo .rop ? , every county as lg
-s v....w.,.:....-e. r. q i.ro, or ir,., int-r-ls vl
tne road d e in a n i . ilimin"ton Jrnid.
lUYsiiF'lrt.i' :. The Pennsylvania L-g
1-1 lion.- us .(: Hi ar.le'i the noiicv of N Voi
i t atoii -tif.g 1 -y 1
( I ' ii e r States have
or grac; ran sight tnis.
adopted a siunlar ru.e bv
t .lute in doing a v w ilh grace un sigLt
bil,. viz: 'ie-a-g, 1, Missouri and Teiine-ee
in the contrary, grace i allowrd, by rtatute,
-.ii -igl.t bill, iu .North Carolina, South Caro-
:,i,a, Massachusetts and W isconsin D, 0th
r Stat.s ibu auhjt-ct L- tot beku acted
I Vkith. From tlie impressious which wej
j rlj received and l.ave always entertained
! .!..,. 1. . ...... haI a fuK nf that l-r.wi.
iiiiuiiau iMu nu
deBt., personal chariiets-r and disposition.
1 together with the liberalizing iufliictice of
. ina long experience in tuc ciu service 01
the Government, we Lad Loped, and even!
ventured to express the hope, that in the
accession of the kind-hearted .Mr. Duchannn
( to the Presidency the country was to witness,
. n limn iiv Villi u-v t'liioiw nu oiu
cial.isimproachu le,but who wore a sword 1 6th. TLe unqualified recognition and main
in defenct of his country before those who tenatice of the reserved rights of tlse several
now convanieliou'ly deprive him of his bread States, and the cultivation of harmony and
were X i'v'J Such a cao wp eannot aup- j external good will between tho citizens of
pose to b solitary oue. A'u. Intel,
asihoton, June 1'.'.
FbuM WASHtinTfiN. I'lah affairs occu
pied the attention ot the I abinet 121111 to-
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Jar. 1 Le arriva.of Hon. In bp r. 1 hotnas,
i I 1 1 J.J . 1 f .- .1.-
i who na ueeu uviiiaicu lor me iruvcruur
- . . , -1 it, . ri-
t ship, is daily expeated. In the event of his
. 1 i-
1 non acceptance, theindications are that Col.
; Cummings, who, Living once declined, is
; now an applicant, will tie appointed
, low au Bi'Liuvaii', ail lie BLiiniimeu. 11 1
. 1 1 .1 . 1 . c
' not improttabw thataa entirely new set of
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. officers of the Territory will be sent out, a
: .11-11 r
i appointments aie tendeied. 1 hose officers
, I'.i 1 t ,
will travel to I lab with tho limitary forces.
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J he rostniasler tjennai has concluded a
, contract for earning the mails between Sau
1 Aljtf,nio auJ SaIl',,i(T wUh janiPR p; hirch,i
!f r.lifi,r..i. tl,r,tknf Sl.-.nimo r,..e
attain for a semi-weekly service.
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Mot !lu n n the Ai it' 1 Mk 1 u'uc
Dill.i lutallu Ji'jurtl1 he .Mtltturti
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v. ... v, ... r 1-
.Ntw 10RK, June li.
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Atotbrr serious riot between the rival po-
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qileUCe of at. attempt made by'a body of
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Metropolitan pouco to arrest Mavor Wood
1 ... i,--i- . . .1
1 nd ."benff Wikel, on a warr.,,, gran ed
by Judge llott.uan tor an assoait 011 Mr.
.v -1 . r 1
t onner, the .iletropolitaD totumi-sioner of
Streets. The Metropolitan police w bile as-
: i - 1 1 .1 . r.i f . 11 11
cctding 111 a body the steps ot the (..it v Hall,
. v 1, . , 1 1 1.1 .1 'i
; w ere teateu Lack w till cl ubs ty the .al a vor a
police, and many of theiu tauiy liurt. (-apt.. ,. '
.1.1 . -i 11 'expenditures.
L'liks is reporled to be mortally wounded., ' , , ., . r
Tlie lk ... filled with in witad crowd ! ' -'.'h. 1 he nia.ntenance and enforcement
Mayor Wood surrendered himself to the of. U' fJ """,r;1; "''
, u j 1 1 .1 rr- 1.1.1. said laws kliail be repealed, or snail be !--
"'tt and gave bond, ,u the sum of So.OOO. , P competent judicial
the .Uarltx u-ave hlniaelf an to the rnrnncr 1
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i he tin. itary were ca.led out. 1 he Nation -
.1 1 .rA. ,. .;,,, I .,.,1 . . ' 1
I -. Hill"' ,v..ini,.. uuml. HI 1,1a .SH UUUI ,
and then proceded on their trip to IJosto.,,
1 -, - 1 ,1 T..idt t- 1 . . 11 1
alter Which the 1 w ellth iiegimett w as called
1 u . - m . r.
1 out. fevera, o! the Metropolitan ponce aro
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' doubtful '
SI!' 0M MiTi II
The city la now quiet. Mayor ood Lar
j i j
euccumbed to law , subnuttinc to arrest on a
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second warrant without rem-la uce. turner
j , (T trrt t'on.iioiK-r, and Cawt.
JJ.ueit, o't.he Mayor Police, who commit-
ted the outrages at' the City 1U1I yesterday,
wcre rreted al the same lime, aud all three
held in fco.'llMi security.
TLe City Hall ie guarded on all side by
the Mayor's police, uoue being admitted
hut those Laving bu-ine
rages are not apprehended, although the
troops are iu readiness at their armories, to
act at a moment notice. j tendon and dispute spranj up Let ween two
worthy legal gentlemen, lion. W. II. Wa-h-,
' inton and a Mr. Hubbard. TL lie, d d
, e" ' " ' ,' ' ,
streets w. re thronged and the procession
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iimoug iiie noiauirfi presi 111 were
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'-"Yernors ot .New lorK, new Jersey, t.on-
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; Senator Mason, of Vi.ginia; Judge P..e, of
. Illinois ; (jeo. Peabody, K.-q., Caleb Cu-hing,
; and numerous others
Latit rR'iM Salt Lakh. Among the
pa-ebgers iu the Morning fitar, yesterday. I
ure the luiltil .Stales Jl.1n.L1l, 1'. K, 1Mb -
"'D' .J iroin can jaaise. 1 ney
i MtJ inkK " tb,e 1'",b of -V" '- ''
, ere oat forty-five days from Sail Laau to ;
l,ll.,n, !.. Tl.ku ,sr,nrt tl.o 1,,,.,
. I'luepenueiite. 1 bey report the ara-s on
i .t. ,, ,i,,a vtv slim and were nmris-d t
H. p.ains very urn, ariu were surprisu to,
, fgp ,ie c.igr.t', Cill,e ook 0 K, . -rley ,
Kort Kc.rn,, getting along as well as could
be expected, aud ail generally heaithy.
Tt . . ...I . 1. . e
n.ej rrpurteu .o.iio niree companies 01
Lulled States dragoon at Fort Kearny, and
atout tne same number at I' ort l,aramie,
all well. Met more or less emigrant erery 1
'lay, with Urge niiinbers of st'.ck ; estimated
that 10,000 wagoi.a aud SO.iiOO cuttle would j
cross the plains this season fiar California ,
.V. Lrmts llrpuUvan.
Uoston, June N.
ISTBlna,T,v, WM KASS.vs.-The Kan- 1
, e0(.rc.pot.dent of the Journal say, that:
the Free State men of Lawrenek, at a con-
vt.!Jtion reC,.,,tly Leld, boldly refused to be
udtr lbf, U Uw, ,,f , ;
l..,i,,at,JrPi ai).J Kane, the Marshal, sen!
, ,.,,,,.,. or.i.-r..,l 1,.
, leave iLe city forthwith, which he did.
1 A TrT roR ABr.i.n iomsts.--- We un-
dkr-lsi.il (hut a cnlnrnl nmirUt r,f ......
gentlemanly appearance, was in town l-t
ni-ht in nursuit of a lo-li'ii,". (Innf.f - . -
' clergymen introduced him to some f 0ur
aholmr.n friends, and desired th... in .,1
him a (upper and bed. but without success,
at latest aci iunts. Whether he slept in the
fr--t, or not, we Lave not learned. Con-
Xcuilunjj.i,rt (Muts.) Ikuld.
THE AMERICAN PLATFORM.
The following is tho tdntforui of iirinci-
.1 . . J 1 I .1 I V..:. !'..
pies Hiioiueu iiv tuo .imuru-au .huui un-
! ;cutioll eently assembled at Louisville :
it u humble acknowledgment to the
Supreme Jeing, for Lit protecting care
vouchsafed tooiir fathers in their successful
j evolutionary Htriiggl, and hitherto inatii.
ftcd to ns. their descendnnts, in llie pieser-
i Vation of t lie liheriies, the imlepetult nee, und
I the several States, and to 'his end, non in
1 terference of Congress with questions appcr
j taining solely to the individual States, and
non-intervention bv each Slate with the af-
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1 ilh. I ho recognition of the right of the
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II. II HI
I luted slales, permanently residing in any
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lerritory thereot, to frame their constitution
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aud laws, and to regulate their domestic
and social aflairsin their on 11 mode, subject
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only to the provisions of the Federal Con
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stltwtlon. witli the lirivilci-t ot ailimsslon inti
stitwtion, with the privilege of admission into
the 1 moo whenever they Lave the requisite
population for one Ilrpre-cntativc in Con
gress : I'iDViilr'l, aluui;s. That none but
those who ate citizen of the I nitcd States,
under the constitution aud laws thereof, and
wnn, nave a Died residence 111 any ueli
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1 Icrrilorv, ought to participate 111 the f ir-
' V 1 1
who,. Lave a fixed residence iu any ueh
inaiioii 01 me coiisuiuiiori, or 111 iiit enaei
ineut of laws for said 1 errmry or Mate.
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An enforcement of the principle hat
l"M,teor iern.ory oul.t to admit others
lh.tn citizens of the I luted States to the
light of suffrage or of holding political
I'lh. A change in (Le laws of naturalize-
' '"o". making a continued residence of Iwen-
1 iy one years, 01 an i.oi nereiu neiorc i.ro-
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I vided for, an itidipenanle reoui-ite f"r
1 . . ,', 1 . . ..' ,
citizenship herea Iter, and fie udinj al pau-
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1 pers. and persons convicted of crime, from
,".,in " 0'' ,.l,01r ; f1"' i,,U;r,l-r,;Uce
' with the vested richts of foreigners,
. . h . .
ll'lll. 1 M'P'l-HI'ill iu Buy Ulll'U I'l-vwcrii
, , f)t,rft.r.(,ce .ilb
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religious faitu or worLin, and uo teat oatts
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i 1 1 tli. r ree and thorough investiati
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into any aud all alleged ahu-es of put.
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fm,i-ti,iiirries anil tri,-t ekdiii-iinl- 111 rinl.lir
; 13th. Therefore, to remedy exi-tirg evil.
:1 r'r'Ve"t 1 d'TlrT C'"""V'"
oinerwise retu tn.'g tnercirom, we wou hi
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build urthe American party upon the tiriu-
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cip es Lcreiti-bcfore stated.
1 1th. That each State Council shall have
autuoriiy to arm-no; tneir several constitu-
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and institute a pledee ff l.ouor, in-tead of
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I other obligation, for fellowship aud admis-
: a,01r,.":, ff' .. ,
l-- A full and open di-cus-ion of all
: H;''"1 Pr,uc,P!M Ull'r, "r l '11'
("Jul, lni'Rn, June Id.
IloW IN Till Cot II T UdUSl 'An All nr
' of Honor Autiriiialed. Dear Kxtrcss :
(hie day this week, the County Court for
Craven being is session at .ewhern, a con-
I lie and other language very hard tn t,i,r
ciled for the time however, anil ma-le a polo
gief t .. your Worship-," and thus the mat
(,.f fu,v, nt ti1Rt timK in,j p,.e ,t on
je,tcrda Y Krtd aj there was mue 1 caucu.
tmoUi. ,(,e imnnnte friends of tf
tie-, and rumor has it that a duel is on foot.
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fjotli are genlletnen ot Mgli staiiiling a 1 1 1
Mtr!iu integrity; but if they desir.. to
all(1J.e theui-dves with cotTec and revolvers
1 at six in the morning, I a a Chri-tian Lave
' no objection. Or. I'tttri'iuig lljjinsi.
Hkportkii llr.Ml idk hv a S'iv i.f Uns
; RV ChAV Ihs Flight and Our lalmn.l
, Th Cincinnati Commercial of Saturday
contains a report that a quarrel took pUce,
on Thursday, at If xingtoii, Kentucky, be
1 1 1.1 . ,
tweeii John (, ay, K-ri , a sun of t n- epurt-
1 . . 11 . 1
atatesinat, aud a hor-e trainer named
j,. , ,
, fvd finaIi, . personal encounter, when
(:aJ dre(, , revolver and fired twice at Kd-
a . . .
ar. One ball entered his mouth, aud pa
, 0llt )tl;ill(l the ear. Another ball lodL.
, tie back. Kd.-ar is reputed mortally
wooded, aud ia perhaps dead before this
(qa, immediately left Lexington, and ha,
not b-en heard from since. Tin-parties have
,., ,.,, on Mllic!1,e .rnw Ut .,.,
Joh l(.li(!Ve tL, , BUrvivirj
son of Henry Clay.
( f his elder blot hers, nk-llenry Clay
Jr was killed at the battle of Poena Vi.-u
rd another, Jumes I ("ay, is now a
Democratic candidate for Congress,
Cincinnati, June 1 :!.
Anijtiikk Ft 011 1 v r. Si.avk Mxei ti.iiknt
n (Iiiki .1 I jmtil Ml sl,,it ll.!,n and
A'-g-o Shut This morning, a, four United !
States Deputy Marshals were arresting a
1 fil-it ve si a ve and his if,. 1 1... si . u .,. I.l. ...I
'Ir- ' 'a. r.lliott. one of the D-puiies, with
' a Ioiil' wo'd k nifc : unon w hieh .,. l...r 1 ..
PulJ Marshal shot the slave iu the abdomen
1 he negroes were then taken
into rustooy. Ihe .Marshal wound is
a tiangrou character. Ihe negro's is
thought to Le moital. The affray occurred
is a room ou Vine street, near the I'ostcllicc
wLtrc tht bcuea were accreted.
Supply nf Tea, Coce, Sugur, ami Cotton
I heir Incieustitg CuU'lea Culture in
Ilia: il iiuil 1ml in Mot practicable in
the i'liitrd Slates.
Washington, June H 1W7.
I The universal consumption of tea, coffee,
! sugar, and cotton, throughout the civilized
j world, is in advance of the means of supply,
'although new fields of production have been
opened in the last half century. Thus,
cullee giowinir commenced in I'nnzil only
La'.f a century ngo, and Jfrazil now supplies
two thirds of the coffee of the world. Tho
culture of cotton commenced in the United
Stales witliiu the memory of those living,
'ami a large part of the civilized world is
'supplied with fabrics made; from cotton of
I American growth. New souroes for all the
products above named are eagerly sought,
but not as yet with much success. The
l.'tiited States is likely to take the moiiopoly
1 of cotton-growing, and at enhancing prices.
J Hut we, at the same time, are subjected to
i the increasing cost of coff.-e, V'r'ar' '
j which articles are as indispensable to our
comfort, as cotton is to those of l be wliole
I It is alleged that the tea plant will thrive
in the United State, anywhere south and
1 west of Pennsylvania; and it is hastily in
ferred that the United States can supply its
own tea, aud also become n ri exporter of it.
i Put, in the production of tea, labor is the
chief element; and that is wanting in this
country. In the nou-blaveholding States
labor is so costly that it has checked the
ordinary product of breadstuff.-, and pro
visions, iu the upi!y of which, there La
(been, for acveral years past a deticieucy.
In the sbiveholding Slates, we see that
laborers aro in great demand at double the
prices they brought a few years ago, and
that the production of Southern staples is
checked by the limited supply of labor.
To introduce the tea culture, in this state of
.thiii!!", into the L'uited States, would be im
practicable. liraul produces lea of a good quality, and
the planters who have attempted its culture
think that they will be able to make it a
profitable as the culture of codec, liut they
commenced their experiments with Chinese
lal oiers, end, if they continue the culture,
it must be by introducing aud establish
ing a population of Chinese. The price of
slaves La been enhanced in 1'razd luucL
as in the United States, and the foreign Hup
ply Las Lteu cut oft l" divert which from
the culture of coflee to that of tea, would
only increase the price of the former article.
The I'lng'.ish, looking " the possible loss
of the lea trade in China, through the
troubles in that empire, Lave undertaken
the culture of tea by native labor in India,
aud arc likely to meet with belter success il
it than in the cittoii culture.
India may perhaps, add t the tea pro
duct, and Afnca ought to aff.ird a large ad
dition to the annual coffee crup. Hot sugar
is destined to ri-c in price, unless w can
find a substitute for it through the experi
ments which arc being made with the Chiueas
and saccharine pin, I.
TllE A MtRh'AN MlMsTKR IN TIIK Ili'l sg
fir C iMMons London c irrespondent,
describing the scene in the ll iu-e of Com
mons wln-u the Piiuccks' dowry was voted,
" Kvery seat, lot only iu the body of the
bouse, but also iu the side gailerie.,
cupied, while the space below the Lar was
crowded by thoe for whom thcrk was noth
ing but standing room. Coupicuous in
' front ot the gallery, facing thu upeaker, were
the ralin, ob-ervant features and the w aving
white balks of Mr. Dallas, th'j United Slates
Mini-ter. Since Le h bei n atiiong-t u I
think he has Lardiy missed au important
debate, or indeed one occasion, either in er
out nf I'..riiaii,ki,t, for studying our institu
tions. To an Amerlcau the discussion of
Friday evening would taturally be both
"iirious and interesting the representative
of the people silting iu council on the Ho
im tic arrangement and eontrolling the
family economy of the aovercin. Perhaps
it would be difficult to find a better oppor
tunity for testing the possibility of roiuLin
in and reconciling, under a constitutional
monarchy, the loyalty of subject! aud the
e!f respect aud independence of freemen.'
Ill btli THi'lilA The Mi l Htnue A
t'enrii-miiti by the tame of Summers from
Iredell, N C. sp.o.t a day here la-t week on
hi, way home irom the house nf Mr. Joseph
Pointer, of Per-on county, whither he had
been to tk-t the i irtue of a celebrated Mad
Stunr in Mr. Pointer's po-c-i in. Mr S
slated that i days .efnre, ha was bitten by
a d iea supposed to be mad that he iiuine-
diately had the wounded t!c-h cut out and
thoroughly cauterixed, but not feeling satis,
lied h visited Kiehmond, X a., in seareh of
a Mad Stone, and not finding it, he there
aecnlcntly li'iard of Mr. Pointer'. '1 his
stiaiie hinl been applied to the wound, and
Continued to ndheie 1 it fir a while and
lh n dri'pped otl as it is sai I to do w hen
applied to a poisonous wound and bee an. ing
saturated with lo.- poison this it continues
to do so long as there is poison iu the sy s- '
ti in, and whi n it sucks ail nut, we under
stand thai the stone b.sis its adhe-ivetea. 1
The poor man set-tin-d deeply dt jectcd
11 it the f.iintet smile, wis oi.-. rv.-il to flit
aero his sa l face while Lere Miltnn (.V
V ) IJhioitf le.
Dka IsloS Aii.WV-T Di'lllt.K TaXTIi.n
I he Supreme Court of I'.iiu le 1-lund, on
Saturday, deeided that a hank coild le-thr
taxed on its capit.il Muck, il the shares ihere
nf were t.,ed us the personal properly of
the bolder, because il worn I be a d auble
tax. The suit on which this d-ci-ioii was
made was brought by tin- American Ibink
and the Providence liisiituli'm fur Savings
again-t the ci'.y of 1'roi idi n-e, to recovei
Certain taxes alleged to have hern ilieg.i.iy
assessed 11 pull and Colleeled of ll use corpora
tion in the y ars t and I "-".'I. Lmb r
tin decision, llie Journal says, the citv will
have to refund to the various bank, an)
ant ing institutions more than 1,1 Hill, it fi
interest upou the whole sum from the time
of payment. It is altogether the largest
amount for which judgment baa ever been
rendered against tho city. The decision
a!-o at, ikes from the aesed value of the
ciry m arly a million nnd a half of dollars,
'I'll K fill M II A I-t.A Nil, A statement i
ciiculalii.g in the papers, oil the anih iiily
of a letter Irom Lima ti a Panama journal,
of the transfer of tin- Chincha I-land- of
Peru t u ihe protectorate of Kugland arid
1'i ance. If any ueli pi otectoi ate ,a ,ecu
n.-gotialed by the represi nlatii c of F, ,,,;.
! !'...giand in Peru, we have r n to
believe that it Las been done wiihoot any
authority from the tiovtrnmeiit of eiihcr,
S it Intel.
A far sei;iug teetotaller, being asked the
meaning of syntax, wittily, replied, " the
tax out Las to pay for cttib drutk."
THREE DAYS LATER FROM KfRnpp
1 lie steanii-r Fturnpn. from l.iu.... , '
il ilea to tlu (ilh lias iirM....l '
The news is of 110 particular imnon.
The ll.itih Pariiiitncnt Ld nltVi
but nothing important hud traupi,e, '
Tho disorders in Hclgimu ,avo (
pressed and quiet prevails. "P
Markets. Cotton won unchanged v; ,
of the week 20.U01) bul..s '11..' '
closed with an advancing tendei,,. f'p I
ferior qualities after the arrival uf I
.(..iiiiwr I'ktikiln 1
Ureadstuffs are dull, and prices ,.,
dined, excepting corn, which is q,,
held at about former rates.
Money market uuehnnged.
A Great Storv. The follow in.. .i
uliirr ' nil linili'h nnt nf it, a I.1..I... . ,'"3
ment ii"i"i; 'u... ui VM!W,ia kpri!
nit nu uiiiu-iiiu; iue:iic i"r lovers 01 'putie
to ixcicise their iugctuity ; ' 1
ii .... ...
11 e onae aaw a young man gazin n ,
ry heavens, with a f in I (r and",
of pistols in the other. We ciiileavornl S)
attract Lnatteiition by ,ing s. a jD
paper wo lield in our OO', rebui,,, ,, '
...:... .-. i
young man 111 iiiai 01 me country, ,
leu uomo 111 a siuio 01 ueraiigkiu,.,,!
dropped the f and --vrs of piiol, (, (
(OT WT , with the ! ' Il is I of whom I' r,i
I Lad left homo L I my friends knew nv ,1'
: V 1 1 .... .1 ... . . J
sign. 1 nau k me 01 a girl ,jq
.. ......! o 11. Ill t ... 1 ... .... :t 1
n-iu'is - iiih t ..ii-( nu, PIUUCi up,
another. I ed madly from iiC t, ...
uttering a wild ! to the god of loVf, j.3
without replying to the : : : of my U
came here with this f and 'o- ak of phi,.:, t.
put a . to my exigence. My ca, u, '
iu thi hit. Ltd.
MAM'f A TLIllvrt AT Til It Slil TU
tcr Iroin one of tlie upper counties of i,,
gia gives a most flattering account , ,1.
cotton manufacturing in that Stat,.. .,,
of the-'e factories were rsiii,j.,r,j , ,. .
years since, and cien at ilia pr,- t
prices of tho staple, are pay in.-ii jr
holders hand-oiue ill iih ml n ;f
falling below twenty per cent 1 i,t
and o-tiabiirgs are of the lir-t qiulov . ...
a better description of cotlou ., ing J,., ,
their uianufaclure, they find a n, ire f-.-,
sale in lialtiinote, PhSUdelphia, N. .
an 1 lJo.-ton than tiiuiUr product, of H
mills. With cheap fuel, tight ii, ti,, .,
of the cotlou growing regiun, illiu.lu'
ter power, and the most agree.,!,;, ,
in the world, there is no rea-mi sir-.
Southern Slates khouid nut I e li i, i : ;
most U oUlirhiug lliauulactoi it. uf t...
What I'm i t Sai IU 'I!,. '
lowing contra", is felkitioujly te iiult;
l'rooklyn Kagle ;
L nc la ."am, alter carry ing on hu-ii " '
ihe past eighty years, Laving tbr. e
buying territory from Prance ntt-i M.i
building railroaii, speculating la a i.
and trading with ail creation, r 'n. .,: r
a snug little balance en hand if laii,::'i
millions, enough to set up at-noa. i
ariks, and which makes Sam a n,
among nations. Since our retaluii.m, I:
land La q ladrupled her nali -i.ai e. i :
other nations of Koropc hve run jf i --.
nearly in pr..p.irli oi, while Sain hi. . i
hi debts, bought real estate, atJ in. c. .
laid by for a rainy day.
' Dhatii irom Katini Aiiit '!i ::n
Some week ago wo slated tint a :, i , -purchased
apple-butter al marli-l, n. :
having partaken thereof became u
then three or four of this family 1,.-., -.5
ed much pain, attended with fn-q i. it .
itg. Last Sunday death n'ii -inl
tne boys, John Shiding, from Ins -i.i-r .
He was iu Lis tevemu year. The it :
aud one or two child reu ar st:,i prn.fi
and in a critical condition from u,: f
produced by this copperas ;':.-
which w as boiit d in a copper keii.r a
, it it till cold. They am icdue- i t .'
elou l:ke appraranc. nioati fr on i a :
queiitly, ami will fcatd.y ajnn-i
Pr. t N t r or (..Km, m pins Tn.
luissiotcr of Patents ha rect-iud
Daniel Shaw.ol Lillinglon Hall, .N -r;i.
Oiiua, an interesting liiscriptmii uf tv
, tivatioti ol this nut. which Las bci. -si
fuby rais.-d fur several year, I deer-;
year (l".'iij amoutlel to over ont li-:
lhouaiid bushels, Worth 1 '.'. -
; the Iro-t is out of the ground ti e las.-!
kcu up, aud about tne midiiic ef Apr;
off with the rdoiiL'h thirty-tlit-c n.ra.
way ; two or three peas arc ti.-11 u
Ihe oros-cs thus insile. Jtepiaul-i i
cieau wiib Lots and plough, ui.n. ""
cover the ground ; but to dirt is l
vines. Iu tl. tober thev are dag ii I'"
or plough. Hogs are then lunn-d 11
lield, and they soon fatten up oitiie
upou the ground. When toe 1 lit' - J
upon the land for th- h f-" '
lie .'e is no crop that improici the .
Pil.i n Kit 1 mi ('avarv Pll.l's VrJ
our ladies in the cour-e of il.e suii.ii 1 -have
tu lament tho eCBp-- ol tin 't '
ihe following from the llatlfo l ' "'' "
dicales a pij-si-ibln y cf reroii -rn ; :i-' 3
" About a n oi th sine.-. a la-ly '"
on the Windsor road wa h align Ii ' ;,;
c nt. .ining a pair of calorie, n 11 1 '
sid..- of the hoii-c, w le n the h"
cage fell off, ami thu birds .- a ; '
neighborilig orchnrd. lirenl put'" '
ken to ceur I In 111, without ' o. " ''
lady 111 1 he vicinity g n e the in! !
by welling tin 11, I hi V C"ld I"' " 1
A .yiinge r-rol a bucket r.f 'i' r
ken to the urchard, and th" l '1
. .1 . .1 1 ,-l slli"
were soon so wet mm iii' y
to fly, and were raily las'i,
niay be of use Io those I-'
Li re after escape,."'
Ilnnr.s Dni'Mni Ladiei. 1 f i 'j; '
extreme chaiigk in your li -t 1 1 1 -. t r 1
eorrespodeiit of the.N-w '" 11 ' ' '.
" lank a the llenamier ol -HI'.'1'''."
lute for the f ill blovvu I'C '" '
tl,k l,elie ..f IViS wi.l foiu- "i"" "' "' .
pll'lil.g, Ulll.lil-lgat-d defoinil'y. ' '
line, a r x ba-q ie, jors l u-t '
! W iwal, y 111 mini , sli l'', '
A I!i:ltiKAitl.K ilvKvr-'1'
Traveler conliiins the foliowinL'
ship's crew, who h id been coiive.i
a tliii c tuntith, vovuee. wetc l,:,J-'-
., J J'
liapli-t Ihth-I, by tl.e Hev. I'iii'i"1',
01, jesterd.iy 'I L' f 'ailed l,u
llar.ly,tl.l4g!i wh iiiHm ii '" '
JjliaUS lift 4t C'JiiltiieUCi;-!-