I : ,
CHARLOTTE, 1ST C, APIIIj QO, 18SS,
flOLTOH & WILLIAMSON,
KdITUKS AND I'llOPlUETUlW.
Tiro .Vorlli.C'nrolina Whig will lie ofl'imlrd to
-ii!u,-rilier ut TWO IXJI.I.AliS in mi v, nice, or
un iiul.l.Alisi AS I) Hl'TY I'KXTS if no v.
i.mit bu di.Ujcu fur tliri'o iiniiitlif, unil 'l'UKl.i:
l,H,I.AIiS ut the end of the year. No paper will
U d.KiitiuiKu until idl arrearage, urc paid, ix.
,. ! l the upturn ul tlic loll turn.
''I 1 , ,. ,,
A.lv. rtiM-iiieiits uini-rted at Hue Dollar p-r uaru
Id li,,,. or lis., tlii 'u. d t yii ) lor the lir-d inner.
1,u,.umI lii cent- lor continuance. Court ad. Minted, una was lying senseless anil ino'loll
vaiiM Hii ut mid KlienU'' Sale charged a.i er less on the cushion. Taking her in his arms,
f at. higher ; und a deduction of 33) r cent, will s jf hlc m J -,.,. ufaut 1,0 carried her
.ulc from tho rcgMur prim., tor adv-crti-cra by
,-,-,r. AilvertinHiicnU umcrie.i mommy or
,u,ri,rlv. nt 1 p. r .,uaro for cacli tilt.c. Semi..
I,ntlili5 cent jut ,uarc- for eucli time.
1 AU lt;ttij.i u bti ii,vu umt Ui dir,'j-.V;H t '
til,' kiiitur.- l. ttj r must Iw ,ot-ui4 or thty
illii.it be a luild to. ' I
J r l iiynient can U: made to cither.
rotmattr are autiiorizeu 10 act 2
Tho Early Dead.
SV FLOEtS II. ri.VWI'TO.N.
F'cv nroW nt ,J''' I" r,e'' ""o
(lir-v fc I'Ti vrr tcautiliil : tin ) i'tk,
Cut- Mi'ht of irrw, ui-il tin' Wuli- of jjrirf,
T ;e r ilikt r of iilHu tioit. iinij lltr cr if
1 ,tt( f" i n our ccrr (tiy(!r, muy r.;.k
tli Ui tin If filirt , until, o rpi l't,
la? ivt'iry tr-imr drops tiiiVin J to tin' ijiif-t;
it tltr wh' 111 ttnj llo"suin of tlu'ir )turn,
i - rt in tl.rir kIt y "titJ !-u n
1 l;ic t;jl( tltun at i -jiity to tin ; ,
IiiVT kliOW tlic flow lit lilt' of" :
liOi no towt r Uh-n ill- m ; Injt, i t r,
; uijilaiiti'd to thi- 1'ar nl r ut I jtlt,
,ii lll Jlll- Ellllltort I 111 tin II UHtOt ;!it(',
if -,r I'nfdy ami lovi'liints, tin- l4o in,
rt- n liiu I'riJits of taiMfd III ( nd'H,
',;d I he c!i.iii"C and thu wrath of Time.
yv qrort' not olJ, the lovrj who p n-h yt'iini? ;
. ..iiiiii tlic viht y j;ri.t.-n l.i r- l;r tin ir li-nus
'lii Jtiiit.n' thr d-ti'ii i, tin- hinfnd ii;cu:ni
iu I. vrt the ifurfn of t!.t i i..n,
'.i ti e V- hit ' rto.'r, t!it kindn d litt inuf
t-n.T tp'Mi f.'t't t!it: lituiili! ( vi.im ;
-1 their rmttnjf pKirr tlti; rn llehri utiuifl
' r t k, hot vainly ; mid the plouMh-hoy turn
:;i tin hfiht hir- l.c turf uIm.il t!n ir u.l,
)'.m Kfijii, ui- he inj;( hi fiumlt hty,
l-.ritii timu Inn nn.r t'.ir t!..it lt p li low :
. I, III our lie.ift" th; y lu.U r meiiihr..!. e,
im oar dre.im do tin y rrtnt us ;
ih rough (If Kuhkn ttory uf Ht 1 ml,
v , ' Inr mm I low. il l.y the t'l;i z- of .e,
? juttertii of tin fr Uvuty tu! .ipp r
ti'Cinit an thry n em tit r r-"t'"(
rt lioautiful an we dit:y ; u w (.'low oll,
:vUarly loin! lr incinorn n thry L:inp.
It think tut of a pf nth one,
I ,ir Uf itiifht tt- tjjiioiMfM (I . S.iint
!. : ':. r to ii us an c ierrdin J"V,
w 1 IA u m a iimihI t Jtnf dinjf (iritf.
( m m cjtir lily ; end the arifeU lovej it,
fit dnl dtvi.lr with nit a terni r rh-ir-u
E it huddi d ; and w ; hnjH .1 to c
!) iiity ot itM h!onMm. Mul, one d iy
!:i; iJerp glory of a tlowt-rmp M-y,
br.L'ht mitniTial from tin- lltll of Hliiia
mi- tiown into the -ir!i n of our !ov ;
: m ilnl tin y pn f r tint pt rf. et bud,
;l iu coaniori d wrrr lin-y ot ii ijrat'f,
ut till V Valued it iihoVt? nil othrri,
.I lin y did hr alh unu it, and our hty
fiii.c, htmt-forlh, nnniort,,! in it hluom.
From the New Vrnk Organ.
Fruits of a Cureless Word.
A SKKTt ll.
' 11 wirr-, bcwTre of e irel, wortlj,
Ttuy have it ft rlul jm.w, r ;
T!.itii.'li it..,,, the tmml, u mi itli tlie dreith
W ine'it j;.e tiu In, tie V line tl.ivvn,
V. t HortifWord, l' ill. inl ' xt 11 Ui::ilh,
M iy tlu, II hi eU-ry tmt ."
A farrtage drew up before a superb hon-e,
I'ity, jilst as du.ik was falling, one
M aflerii i'in in l'eeember. A footmau
in il tin! dour and h t down the steps,
I a lady, cloaked and f.irred to the e
"t'C "f e niif.iit and fih'eni, descended to
" v clin iit. A clean, but thinly clad
! (.'irl, was tripping lightly over the
el tbijrs, that lay hftneen tho enrria'e
J the marble steps, of the iiiatiiMi, (ia
.' with childish eurioity ut the richly dress
: lady, she forgot to look to her own move
"t, stumbled a'aiu-t a jirojeeti.ui of
iiilptured baiu.-ter and fell, striking
r head and shoulder with great force
jint tho marble. She rose immediately
I nttempted to move on, but reeled as if
d ie to support herself, sank back ou
Hi p and burst into tears.
''Are you much hurt, my poor child ?"
"''I the lady, eouipas.iioii.iti-ly.
"lam afraid so, ma'am, " answered the
;.'iil, speaking with niueh propriety,
""t 1 do nut mind that ; 1 am only suriy
'l 1 cannot do my m ither's en , mil.''
' W liy did not your mothcrseiid soineobler
r,,n' You are very small to be out a
'"'i heti il is so near lii jht.''
" "lie h is no ono cIm! to send. She will '
'' to jio her.-clf, now, and tho has work
: 'lir'l all day, and is very tired. iche
1 1, very siek, and is not strong jet.
", ill make her worse aain. O, what
'II I do!"
Where were Jou ("ui nir 7 " nked the
lV, It. u,.,, ii,i,,r.,wl...t 1... ll... ..Iiil.l' vit.,-i-li
Lj Mi,s Smith's, the dressmaker's, to
' 11 pattern for my mother to embroider
-' li's Smith forgot to send one with
",',)',''' Vl'1 dress, this morning."
'"it must your mother positively have
flight'."- J ' J
''s, ma'am. She must have the dress
,"' "laiililla done by a particular day, or
Smith will give her no more work-
1, ', sue (iiih seni worn mni sue
,, , l'"' '"' until until are finished."
here does your mother live ?"
! ( 1,1 ''hild named a street and number.
' ' J'din," said the ladv put this little
' "'" -h carriage and take her home.''
Jolin looked surprised, but lie was a kind
hearted muu, und did not hesitate to obey,
1 io lilted the child gently, to the luxurious
seat and closed tho carriage door.
" And, John," continued the lady, " get
the exact errand from the Mother, und
1 umu ld 'mss a"u u I'M" uur, can
I Juhu signified his willingness, and drove
a ()u ,.-.: ut t; wr,.tt.ied tene-
. ,. . . D. .... , .
'mint indicated by the child, and npeiimir
, , J , e . 1 . -J
-e cu .... He ,,oo, , . " "
, , . . ... , ,
(. 1 ' ,., . ,
1 l""r. It was opened by a slovenly
!VOiiiaji, who, wili an air, Jiulf of wonder
and half of imtitlereiir'e, replied to JoW
in,uiries, by (lircxKng him to a room up
stairs. lie proceeded thither, and was ad-
niittcd by a woman of exeeeilingly delicate
apliearanee, whose start nt surprise and
anguish, ut once proclaimuJ her the mother
of the euHeriti' child.
" f-he is nut dead, ma'am ; said John,
I ha-tenin' to relieve her probable fears.
" she only fainted.
He placed the light form on a couch, to
which the mother directed him, and waited
for u return of tranquility to permit him to
obey the la-t orders of his mistress. And
while he waited, dishonest heart was deeply
moved by the lamentations of the alllieted
woman, in she strove, for some time vainly,
to recall her inanimate child to life.
I " My little, sprightly Mary," she said,
' this, alone, wa- wanting to complete my
wretchedness. You are my onlj' treasure
hope a!mo-t support ; tor how, or why
should 1 have labored to sustain my miser
able life, if yours had not depended on it !"
Alarmed at the continued insensibility of
the i iiild, John ventured to a-1; j
"Hud vou not fetter send for a doctor, i
l,,,,':.,,," I II nil, l,.r .,.. , 'I,-.., lie I C , '
will tell me which one to call." ' i
"A doetor."' respond -il the woman,
somewhat wildly. "Oh, if 1 hal but a ihd- j
lar, to pa e : Hut my own sieUc-s ha, j
eoii.uii.ed" all that 1 had saved for ollr
winters , mhums, ami How hovv we are I
even to subsi.it, I do not know. Hut let me
try to say (iod s will be done. And to feel
it, too," she continued, sti'UL"'ling to compose
Little Mary, at length, moved, and open
ed Ik r eyes. An cxclamutioii of transport
from the mother, proclaimed this plea-ing
truth to John, who, on afterward, made
known the directions he had received r
'Jieeting the errand t i Mi-s Smith. The
poer won. an was affected l y this kindness
noma st rang. r. Mie ipiicklj- prepared a
note, with which John ha-teiied to the house
ol the dressmaker, .'lis.. Miutli, on reading ;
the liote handed her by John, immediately
, " How fortunate ! Mrs. Kerry's own dre.
that Mm. Sanlord i eiiiiajed to embroider. I
You may 1. 11 Mrs. !! rry that she may de-
peiid on having it before Christina-., and on '
In ing satislii'd with it, too. Mrs. Sanlord ;
is our very best baud, and I have taken
measures to insure her to have it done
John a already aware of the " mea-- i
ures" which she had adopted. lie received
the required patterns; but, instead of re-
tun.iii'.' dir. ctiy to Mr.. Sauford's he bent
his steps t i the residence of Mrs. llcrry. ,
lie was an attached and soinew hat privileg
ed servant, and soon found hisw.iy to the
presence of his mi.-tr,:
She was deeply
moved bv his desei itdioii of the mother of
little Mary, and her pathetic lamentations
over her child. 'I he name, too, uf Salilord,
ri called sei in's of her earlier iile, w ilh w hieh
that name had been associated ; and height
ened her interest ill the, uiifu tunate pair.
Hut when John came to rchear-e all that
he had learned at Miss Smith's, the lady's
ehe. k gloued as if she h it her-i iftlie cul
prit, wh o-e delinquency ha 1 caused this
painful m-ua!ty. She was conscious that
a vain anxiety to appear in her splendid
dress, at a f'hridmas leslival, had impelled
her to give that urgent order to Mis, Smith,
whic h had led her, in her t u n, to i im the
oi.i'i'essivc mandate that had resulted io
little Marv's Ini
le Alarv's mischance, and her
ry cn. I
bitter grief. Compassion
science, were now- all aliv
und moved by
their joint imi.ul.es, Mrs. Ib-rrv formed a 'are pleased licit sue nas gone mere, u
resolutie.ii and proceeded, to 'act thereon, 'H do more than a thousand volumes to
with chanietcri-tic promptitude. dissipate tho fanatical illusion which now-
Little Mary lay writhing with pain, mi surrounds her name, her cause, and her
her hard couch. The scanty lire in the book. Her friends, the Hutchssess, aud the
grate had nearly burned out, and the dim eighty thousand Hntish women who are go
lamp served, bar. lv, t . reveal the cheerless i8 to visit her at Stafford House, will find
aspect of the room" Mrs. Salilord was still their goddess a coarse pedantic, ugly, vain
en.leavorin-. alternately, to soothe the little
sufferer, and to draw strength for herself
from the only true source, by halt uttered
petitions to the Throne of Mercy.
Hut, hark ! A rap comes gently at the
Mrs. Sahford opened it, supposing that
John bad probably returned from Miss
Smith's. John was not alone. A lady
entered the room, a single glance at whose
b, nevidenl countenance, assured Mrs. San
ford that Heaven had sent ,,.r a friend.
John wa-, forthwith, di.-patelicd for a phy
sician while he was absent, Mrs. Kerry
obtained many particulars of the sad his-
f Mrs. Sanloid whose full heart was
pen to sympathy, aud readily poured its
errors into thecal- of the ag'iit ot mercy.
She was a native of a distant state; she
had married early, -Hid with bright prospects
of happiness ; hut her husband jieldedto
the temptation of wine, and wa.ted first his
own patrimony, and then hers, in the pro-iiii-euous
extravagance vv hieh intemperance
commonly induces. He then returned, bring
ing Ids wife and child to this, his native
city. Soon after their arrival he died as
a jury declared an accidental death, leav
ing her to encounter the ills of poverty a
loiie, and in a city of strangers.
Mrs. Hcrry listened with interest to the
widow's niornfiil recital j many particulars
of which strengthened a conviction nlncl
she had gathered from her name, and from
a closer ,erual of little Mary's features,
that the faulty husband and father ha
been anintiinatocoiiipiinioii of herowii cliild
ami v, mtli. Mrs. Salilord continued
" - - ; j "
" My husband used to Hay that be was
oi'cc ou the very point of joining a teiiipnr-
ante society, which, ho believed, might
have saved him from the bondage into which
he liad fallen, but he was deterred by the
merry raillery of a young lady, whose re-
sped no valued anil learod lie should lose.
if ho voluntarily relinquished what she
termed his 'freedom, as a man, to be euid-
ed and governed by his own streii-th ' JIc
. c. .. . ,. n"
was keenly sensitive to riJic-hc : he rei-t-
, . . , . ,
-1- " " ' ""gei aim me consequence
was what i liavo described. (). how of-
ten I have wished that youm- lady could
but look on the ruin her thoughtless inerri-
uient had wroiu'lit !"
of it," responded Mrs.!
ely audible. I was '
" She, at last hears of it
Jerry, iu a yotce scare
tUQ reckless mrl wUnsa i,lU ...el ,;lr..J r.V..
cule of what I even then had I spoken " 13 J1'1 oUe" tl4OIC0 '" t:,(i " !,'Ct;'J" ot' ''
with sineeiity respected, has caused you : , jotts ; "lul hke fal lI dia-o which
so much sorrow. Your husband was my ',?yi ? ruVL'1 111 tllL' '" youthful love
rdavmi.tn nr.il ni... ,f f..; i. i lines.., it mo t L'enerally seies on tho-e cha-
I have often tried to ascertain what Lad ra('(,c',' ivty wm:U F t0 ,u "M
been his fate in life Vn,i ;il ,.r.. r ty the widest fields lor speculation, 'lhe
sure, refuse mc the gratification of repairing,
as lar as remains in my power, the injury 1
hav e done you. 1 have plenty, and a home.
You must leave this wretched place and
share what (iod has given me; we will nurse
little Mary together, and you soon recover
your lost strength and health. "
M rs. Sanford could not resist tnis generous
proposal. She remained an honored guest
with Mrs. Merry during the winter, and in
the spring, objecting decidely, to a life of
dependence, she opened a school, in which,
patronized by Mrs. Kerry and her numer
ous acquaintances, she has succeeded be
yond her hopes.
Mrs. lieiry is still the widow's kind and
effieeut friend. She is widely known as a
lady of wealth and talents, aud having held
a commanding i.o-itioii in society. In such
eireumttanee, a,,l fro,,, l,..r II,., : '
potent , !l tl'l .- lie lie -left
' -I,.. ,..rl..t , , ,,, ;,,. ,
"'!'o'.i.;!,ii,,' her yo
"IT'" ' J""j I
lnemls (and we
'"-'ri' " po'.-i'de, impress the same
tomi-cl on oars,) to for bear that playtul satire
VJ '"l"'"1)- discourages, u, the timid
"d sensitive, a disposition to enlist in a
,,,.,..1 n ,. ;., r, 1,
ft""" "-) -"c"6- " "J"k-
A NEW IT KI.l) Toll I'OWDEK.
1 he last number of the Scientific Amen-
can contains a notice of a new plan oferu-h-
ing ore by gunpowder, invented by Capt.
harpnell, J.oudou, and recently patented
I III England. It is thus described, in the
j London Mechanics' Magazine :
! "The invention coii-ists of a chamber a
bout ten feet long, eight feet high, and six
I fuut ui.lr. ll.o l.ii, L ,., ..I'
' inch and a half wrought iron, and the sides
I nr -l,,.i Irs.,, M'l... .,r., rl,-. ..,..1
strengthened with ribs. The whole rests
upon a bed of timber strongly framed. A
short railroad track is placed iu front of the
box for tho camion to run unon. The eun
is charged with, powder, and wad rammed
lown upon it, am
cba.gcd will, broken nieces of ore, and tl,
whole covered with another wad. It is now
moved forward ou the rails, against the
front of the chamber, iu w hieh there is a circu
lar hole, rather larger than the muzzle of
tho gun. The muzzle is just introduced
within the thickness of the plate, the piece
is primed and fired, when the charge i. pro
jected against strong thick plate forming the
back of the box. To relieve the sides ot the
box from the coneu.ssive force, the roof is
t". .run. il ,,, floors HI... I, loter,. vvhielt ,,,.! ,1 ,, .
1. Hy tip when the explosion takes place,
i und act as satctj- valves, after which thev
i immediately fall. The reduced ore is act-
d upon by a gentle blast, which -tends off
the lighter particles, uml allows the heavier
m.-tallio tj fall. A perforated false bottom
allows the reduced ore to fall down into a
drawer, which is withdrawn with the dust,
to submit the latter to the wiuuovvnig pro-,
Tlie Hiebmoiid l'.xamiuer, speaking of the
visit of " I'ncb; Tom" j l-.iiglruid, says :
Harriet Ikeclicr Stovve, and her brother
have gone to England, to snuff the incense
ot the adulation prepared there tor them,
"ct as much money as they can, and make
themselves as ridiculous ns possible. We
old school mistress, and she will Und them
to be a parcel ot people who alict lier no
toriety only to share it among themselves.
They will patronize, and she will try to do
the same, and two parties cati never play
that game at ouce. Tin: end of the visit
will be, that Mrs. Stowe will leave England
full of mortification and spite, while her
noble patrons w ill aw aken from their deliri
um iu time to discover that they have made
themselves more absurdly silly over a very
ordinary old woman, than the Yankees
i.ive ever done bclore over the men ot mo
icst genius tikis age has produced.
A Bl'KM.Ml MOUNTAIN'.
An exelianco paper snys: "Tlie anthra-
cite coal iu that part of the Hroad Mountain
called the " l irry .'lountaius, near .-.cnuji-
kill Haven, (I'a.) has been on lire for the
last fifteen years, from tins tact, it is now
dangerous to travel over the mountain, as
it is supposed that in many places the sur-
face is u mere crust or shell, the coal Uaviug
been consumed up to the surface, and hence
tlie least, pressure thereon, it is presumed,
might, break through and let the adventurer
down into the fiery valley below. At the
base of the mountain iu one place a stream
of water i'linost boiling hot comes out. The
surface of tlie mountain presents a desolate be too much glory at i nn for th" g "--:p-,
appearance as far as the eye can reach. j who would make iiiiiiec-nie.it of inc. before
The mountain is -cithcr cracked, burnt, or the next " Whig " comes out. Thcrel re 1
broken into eiiornious and fearful depths by ; vv ill defer it, as perhaps, will in future
the approach of thu (ires to the upper stra- j furnish materials for sc-uulal for tli..-e who
turn ; roots and trunks at" lofty trees are I are determined to follow the practice, and
charred and blackened, mingling their py- for the purpose of saving tlie teinb r fed
roligneous odor with the sulphurous vapors j ings ,,f some of my acquaintance?, who t ak j
from tho hot caves and crevisces around." ; it so hard to be talked al -.-it l-r .-th ,
ion the nouth cauoi.ina villi;.
Ju till y of luo much oprm rn with any ;
for many an u..it.ilc friend hull, ubiisej uii"i, i-J.
And lent to el(ish ends the eer, i f the ulll."
There is not, in the whole train of human
vices, one more dastardly dark than Sl.A.v-
i . . -' wuisyci. ..mi mo naneim
,l''a's' e:url" P"'"" ln tv' : V brealh ; . and
,kf L!a'st ol thu s.'r.ft l J-.-o-
latiou in in iraeK. .eitni l the most un
''uc".tionable r'tiuil!i;. D0'- "'"'-'
il'"d"' artle.-stics, can e t.e its rancour (
aud malignity. I:idis.-.irtri':iijits aUae.H
" "vaillliiw. 1 :uns-. irtp-
uiidissembliiig individual who stoops not to
the guarded policy of dissimulation, und the
credulous aud unsuspecting mind, ubtutor-
.u ,rj fiiuc, ,,,,11, ,i,oni in nc.
ry associate j and those who dare to think
and act in well-meaning independence of
feeling too often rush upon its fatal shoals,
which h ave them a wreck forever. Of the
taults ot these and similar characters, and
more especially of those of females, it is
the part of christian duty to throw over!
them the veil of human charity. For, re
member, that the breath whi- h obscures the
bright surface of the mirror niaj- be wiped !
away, but that which is breathed on the fail
fame of female purity can never be erased.
We should therefore weigh well the merits '
and demerits of an individual before we
pass sentence, for without unequivocal tos-
tltlloliy It IS WTOtlg, Uhlll t, ail!
crui-1 to Con-
ueiun. .Moreover tuc saerctl oracles ol irutu
says, "judge not. le.-t je be j
There is another practice which darken
the catalogue of female vie.-.-, and which,
though not so sinful, is nearly allied to. and
equally detestible, as tho one ou which 1
have just been commenting. It is that of
iiissu-l'INii. Imagine t , yourself, reader, a
party of ladies, wearing all the smiles of in
nocence and breathing ail the blandishments
jot love, set out for the purpose of making
morning calls. Is it ..,.. -ib!,: that, iu those
gentle bo-onis over v, hi, 1, tho folds of such
tastily arranged drap, ry is f.illii.g, could be
urking the passions of u.vy, hatred and "
venge 7 It is even so. There is a cl.i-- of
females, whose daily avocation f-etm to be
to go from morning till Light, and from ,h or
to dool'. for the sob- Liu l-'-" 'M :lndo lli.oi-
welcome to each successive ft ., ud by
iiii' materials for scandal, and uii.-e
i"3 and exaggerating all they heard iu tm ir
last, calls. 1. allies should rum. n.bcr, tuat
they are paying those whom the;, are visit
ing, anv thing but a compliment supp )se
can be entertained i': in ot!.-r
way than hy this de'e-t.ildo -u.a.. t.i.:;. In
deed, to those who vi.li to be ::t : i :.ee with
the world, vi-it;hg ha- bi.c-oiii.- s ' joi asa:.!,
from the fact that they hear nothing di-cuss.
ed when they do so, but the fau'.i- and !
ings of their neighbors", that inanv of t!
have determined t ) cultivate enj .j
tirelv at home, l.'nless the v i-:t-
xt.n 1 a
') h am
i.ey ha 1
are accoinpanied with
kindly feeling to each
and impart l.u jvvledge
better remain i t home.
1 li i
- a great
tax on patience and .-niceritj. 1
whom they visit, throng!, polite:.,
force a smile, and feign delight or
when iu truth they s, cretly vvi-h f
ir v i-i-
'J-s any where else. 1 will say t
!,:" t ol the community, ti
you who arc addicted to the .-i.iln
of Cossipping, that it is aspirlt th
posito of that which ihi-L its Lj::.o
I here is another cla-s of p. r
n- who ar
j an 1 done.
equally responsible for v ha' is ...i-.i ;
It is composed of those who lend
a v 1 1 1 i 1 1 1
y of the
car to the tale-bearer, aud win ha
dependence enough to a-sett a fa.-t
really so, but throw iu the bear--day,
in order to avoid pcr.-oL.il ic
it v , and to give spice to the gein in.
sation. If one person sliou.d speal-
ly of another, let the latter pa-s it by a. the
idle, wind. A.-l; no vengeance l-.it the stin.
of their own conscience. Il they have none,
re.-t as.-ured that they are unworthy of no
tice. It is a practice followed only hy those
who feel a consciousness f their own in
feriority for the puii,-e of biln.li'g Jou
down to their own level. I wen'-! not speak
so contemptuously of the habits of i.,y sex,
if I did not know that they were capable
of something: better ; and if it were lntwiih
the hope that tliej- would raise themselves
above that detestable littleness of soul, and
become what, I am confident they might be,
not only equal, but instructive companions
to the other Sex. I will not believe that
woman is iuf, rior to what some wo, ill cali
the "nobler sex," and others would dignify
by denominating them, "the lords ,.1 crea
tion." Hut 1 do believe that, from this ve
ry cause, arises more than half the eonl.iiue-
ly which is bestowed up-m ti
character. I once knew a b
pou their llltleln-s.s ol
, 1 v w ho iv as a-
much nnntiiicd at the h. a. ing of a iehu.il.
wliich had been made ah eat the length -d
time she had worn a ccitaiu bonnet, as th '
some one had spoken de-par, iginglv of her
character. As for myself, I have worn one
' two or throe summer., and expect to w. ,r
it two or three more.
i,,.(,p a lookout for that
ladles, you in. iv
id boliu, ! . A ii 1
t w o w hieh ha V i
j ears, and i 1 1 u-,i-;ii.
ned to be i i
us f,,r my dresses, 1 Inn
.cry,-,! me these sever,,
1 nutclv for me, one side 1
, as right as the other ; w hu h t n.ibh d mc t
: turn tlietn wrong side out and up side dow i
several times, and 1 expect that thev w ill :
through the proees- ,.f turiiing uutd tbey
are turned out of office. I would give -.u
the colors ot these two old favorite., but
then you would find me "lit, und that would
' As for myself, I am tistd to it. It docs ii'.tl
affect me. It only fives ine self-conseqiienee.
Never did 1 feel, until folks began to talk
jiiho'it me, that 1 had any thing to he envi-j
', ed or iidii.ireil, and from that day to this I j
Jiave been quite an important purs.oigo in
niy on eslimat:.,,,.
I an v 'ii , -1 ..'il , , .in s, t. , i;iu .s.i , , i u .. v l .
Voj n uld oulvtaku the following w I
some lines for jour guiding maxim, you
would find much iu the world to value and
admire- that you now dc-pi. e.
. ive eoiiiiimnii.n villi f. v,
Ue tlitineite with i.e ;
Deal jllslly W llil all,
And Si...h ivii uf iiijIK."
think the most wonderful
i nomena attendant on tue.-e e liil.il ions
apparent laeility witn wnicu tliey
cloud tin; nanus and excite tlie imaginations
of tiiu.-e from whom we should expect mure
intellectual strength and vigor. Grave
S.-iiator.-, and those heretofore reckoned
anif.ng the v.ijc men of our laud, seem to he
( am ,.;, thL. ,., i , r-. .1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ol those who
iavu Jowu under the inlluence of the sorcery
' f d,,. )llt.,liUII.s. The following extracts fiom
tlic Irovidelice Journal purport to be taken
' from nvo letters addressed to a lady in
l'rov idenee, from a gentleman of high intel
ligence mid reputation, formerly a di-lin-guished
Senator iu Co'igress :
Washi.i;to, March 1", 1 S3.1. '' Since
I wrote you last, I have some of the most
extraordinary phy.-icial manifestations from
my old friend Calhoun, that I have yet
beard .,f, ending with a short communication
in writing, which (Jen. Hamilton, (Jen.
Thompson, lien. Campbell, (all hi. nio t
. , . , ,i ...I. -.
:i im r .. hi , , !t ; is :, n , : i . 11 s
"' '; , ", . , .
...ui-, to Hhoin I nave suionui'-ti it, i.ro-
l.oiii.ee a perfect Juc '..t of bij hail
" 1 have al.-o bud communications fr.-ui
Webst.-r, through a writing medium, of the
mo.-t extraordinary character. A .ci. tie
man of the hinhe.-t order of intellect present
at the time, said he had lead all tho old
philosopher-, from l'iato down to Hacui, and
be had s.-en nothing equal t these com
munications fio'it Webster."
W.s.iim,t,,, March '-'", 1--V!. ' Your
account of the niov c mcht of the table, u h, u
my letter was lead, indicating an intelligent
Concurrence with the ideas pre
minds me of a physic
eentlv, i;i the iire.-euee
al manifestation re
ef lien. Hamilton,
li.ii. 'i h ju.tMon, of Soa'.li Carolina,
" v, e were do'i ( l. u to piace the Jii ic in
a drawer under the tab!. . 1 placed it there
coin letch' closed. It was a small pocket
Uildc, with v.-ry line print. Numerous raps
were th. u heard beating time to 'Hail
Columbia,' which bad been called fun Soon
the sounds began to recede, and grew
fainter and faint, r till they died away in
the lii-taticc. The alpualu t was then call
ed 1 .-, a!ld it w ,.s spelled out ' Look.' I
looked ill the dra we.", and found the Hiide
op.'ii. J took it tiji and careluh'y kej t it
open at the place a- 1 found it. ( n bringing
it to the i. .:!,!, 1 foiii 1 it open al St. .1, din's
go-pel, chapicl ii b. ing ell the b it side, and
chanter ill on the ti.l.t side
. t. - ij i.ii'i. .. . i . .. j
J 1 i ij v. u- t i iool: at chai t.
It vv a- t,,i u said,
a ling th-- chapter,
;j,h..tic raps w,.ro
: I at V ",11.
:p wele given, liy
Volt wiil 1 ett. r ap
aln! il.Ielii gellee of
atio'.i. 1 his niai.i
10. "I, u,-. t v,
looking at the
J-I'eiiate the si
rted to mine
u.-lv invited i
Wl. I h.l
1:1 I .ill. em,
ti. I c e g. Iitle-
1. jur. '
: rev i
.lit at j-snicu
vomb-r th::! vvg
lined when we
ni l I-; sur
and hear of
.I the I'nit
s lie- nanies
of iut'-llei 1 '
stall -n we
md if warn-
eilmgs in the c:i
lt t kn
ing w ilh tlieui
r high order
I t i.e c 11
ig ' I 1 h-
.1 ii.. ,
w hieh they have ,
mis and the grav.
nuuierei-.i- v ;
ed I . liuiath
sufficient t ,
ing an vt uiu '
r our r.-ade
o vvlti: tie in, I
AN A11MY Willi HANN
As ou are whirled ai
v, r th
,'V i IV I
I Liver Haliload ut the late
hour, you e itch a giiini -e
two of a man w av lug s.uu
,i the end ol
! of t xj n --
;, w itu a sail, m
nt, v ul vv,
I that it b.
,-st - tin
and '1 hirty-1-:
,-r a u-e'e,-. e
ret: y mi
a I .
, r an
:;t cm rv tr
, , v , rv t .n
!, i- in 1
If-ob, , l,g
; un 1 w in I -i
si .in i I t ,
1 ..-.at 1 ,11
v. it ii :i w I. lie 11 a
I'uiug t:-::Iu li
ne! e on,- oil it
re i. an-' thin,
.-! rt m :!,: a i.
u . i in- It pr
W !' II
no - ..md. tl,.
, .." Hv.rv
I'll 'd t'
id. Ut. .1
It of (ll-
You haven't oputc I your mouth d tr-
the wli ile i ' n," couqd, lined a
.,le M is
liiciuiu r ol lhe
lutiirc t a rip
town. " I ye..
- I yawned thr
from the saiiie
was the reply,
--p i . on
COTTON CHOI' I'KOSl'KCT OT
l'litTons df TniniM; : Tn your paper
of W'cdnesdaj' inoiniii..'. II 'I Ik ultimo, yu
; r(i(j f,r th(, l'lal,t,.r," edited by
! Dr. Cloud, which amieared in tho Maui,
number of his paper.
Seeill"- that, al'tiele. as linblished . it is due
t,i ,v.,. If (,-. s.. il.-.t it l,,,,l, ; ton
of coiiving or tviiography : and having re
tained no copy, I can scarcely correct it
now myself. However, no far as the es
sential facts are concerned, I discover no
1 have 1 een weM assured, thai lhe cnftoll
lands under oultivutn. iiih! tfie force em
ploy.J couJ.r not produce sih a ct.r,
as reckless and lgr.oiant w'liters have eb.os.
1 . -
en tho estimate, the nast Vcar. 1 .at ot
tho year previous w a aekiiovvU
proved to be a large one the receipts
were II, 015,01,0 bales. As it is rational to
all parties that the prices to w hieh coll, in
went la.-t sj ring-say 10 cts, for niid.lliiigs
v. hicli brought forward all C"lt-.,i made not
only last year, but tlio e cr..ps, and
paiti.f crops which were held hack, for
various reasons, in the counlry. It was im
portant to those who take an interest iu sm h
I investigations) to ascertain, as nearly as
possible, how this w.-i. that is, how much
of old cotton entered into those receipts of
! U. Ol.i.OOtl bales.
Three million bales in all the cotton
region, w as reganied as not far from the
mark. Well, if thi- crop reaches :1,0ml,.
000, it is "00,000 t0 000,000 actually larg, r
than last year's. And, if we contemplate
that increase by coinpar-soii, we coii-!e.-s
it is au erroneous one. A crop one
year by extra odinary causes as is l - 10
may I.e much cut oil' bv wnrim ; or us in
, . . . .
the hast and the ear nievi uisly hv, gen
' .. .,
ei a.lv very f avoralde and long season.. , rv
heavy and super-abundant, neither ! t!n-e,
1, iwevcr, fun.i-li exclusively praetie.,! in
foriuali ui tip' -ti which to found calculations,
'lhe safest mode to arrive at the actual
annual increase of production is to take the
last live years of production in the aggre
gate, and the live years then preceding in
their aggr gat '. Th; sm ill.-r aggregate
sul traded from the larger h aves the ten
per cent an ii.erea.-e of the one period over
the other. This per edit divided by- live
will .-how th-.1 annual per Cent , f increa-e.
It is a fact, iu which ail engaged iu rai.-iug
and selling or having cotton should know,
that the annual average increase of one year
over another, fir the la t live year.-, that of
the preceding five years was not three and
a half per cent, that this is. a wonderful in
cr. a-e. 'I Lerel'ore ll the clop readies M,
OotyjOO bales it wili actually be about ten
per cent heavier than la.-t . ar, and six
and a half per cent above the av, rage ;
which, as bef .re remarked, it-elf a heavy
As stated in the article to lr. Cb-ud, I
think the reciipt- from to-day forward will
bg next to nothing, at hoist c impure, I v.illi
what has been received after this ill other
years. Last jear it was after the middle
of February before cotton v.i- received un
restricted from all quarters. ' his jca.r v.-e
received from lir.-t September, making live
and a half months earlier than la-t year, so
1 say receiving live au ! a half m .nthi earli
er, whh pile s tolerably .-ati-faet oy. when
ac:-q ol o,.", nO, Olio 1 ah!,, w a.-threatened .J
Some ..four own plant, r.- ; it i. rational to
a-.l .nit it has c ine in II .e and a ball'm-.tiths
e a: n r - ,.! i.- j.i-t live i.e, nth- lroni lir.-t
, ij.ts t-. nay
not think li.
",., f al,
a, . t j come in:
, :! . v ' .. j. r t.
.New U.-h n.
,il N, u (hi
e.d 'J'LX.S - -
deli will together mah
With the enenujin
J, oil", odd.
w lu re are j rices t
'l'he sli- ei.i.ili ,u iu
it--ii this year ii
, 1 ,
iv t, be gi. ater tnati wa- ever l.u-.wn.
. e we ar.- ou the tlr-t of April with so- b
n-taii,ly vv, t and cold weather that neith. r
(ton or corn are yet planted, and it i.
! . -,:. e to plant ami cultiv ate a lu.
We n vcl'
it, down i
to do it ;
s ii matter
I'll. . ri.iin to be li..rt.
I venture to ) 1
a., being like! v
(ll.o. (i. 1!
. b M
sTIU'i'TIYi: AVALANCHE IN THE
l'Y HEN HI IS.
ivs iig-. ti
avalanche of snovv f. 11 a
in one ..f the high inoiiu
deplirtlllcllt ol tie- Ariege.
r op., trees and derm-bed
ns at Ke.ib.l.
-wept a ,v a v
is, s, and coin
li all it- p qui
in the ad: ice
nb!ed, and a I
e cded ill r s i
ie -a ilv i roi
-. 1-urneii the ,uui , t.
t. I ',,,11 b Ulpll e-i III 'Ii
v ilia j- . lUlliledlllt 1 V lls-
1- a gi'.-i.t d.-:'l of 1 r,
i.i r twelve - rs i 1; y
1 and io. 1 1. . i: ;.oi ; i i.t
ls lupcd th,
t ,.f the r-iin
V V, i
W el e
..f 1 os.
to. n c:
i: r li"
-,-si . an i -X
A hi :
I. at In
11 lilt, I
ll .lit, I t I..,', the li, ,
... . , .
u.-nip - i - m il at i ji
i a , v. 1
r I tw.en tuiity live and one liun
.saii '. iis'll.ii i per annum Havana
M stanza.., llu
ig, or Canton,
t St. Tlioma..
-, Ah xand.ia
ui.-h We.t India
nh from six to
Elands, is said to be
ten th 'U -an I dollars
KASii:i;N and avi:sti;i:n j:.'jj;n.
1 he St und a "1 gives the follow ing sjunp.-is
of the enact. it'.iit of the last Assembly in re
lation to the extrusion ,.(' the Central liail
r. ad to the lia-t aud the est.
'lhe charter of the " Allanlie and North
Carolina Hail load Cmnpaiiy '' and th'c barter
of the " North Carolina uud U'estirn Kail-
i road (.'oiiitiaiiv,'' are
iu one net. 'lhe net
- i I
ovules lor a road ' commencing at tlio
mo.-t el.gii le point on the hai h.jr ol lieau
fol t, Cai tel t 'couiity, iilul thence near New -bern,
Trenton, Ivfrioii, so a.- to strike tho
lialeigh and Wilmington Hail KuaJ at its
terminus near the tj-.vtf of Ilk-ldrUiroutb ;''
- ' nJ'd then for a r.;,d eoninieiicnig on tli
N",'t1'' Oarolif LailroaJ at or near the
wow n o. .Nalisboi-y , thc.c.lhe nio.t pr-ielicublu
...s.. ,1... I-!.,.. I'M. .... .1 r .
" "-.""- '""u i'i.,::e ej u- i curie.ej
line uie capital ui the i.v-t t oinpanv be
ing f 0.10, 000, and that ol the Intl. r i'-:i,tuiti .
000. The act proirlcs further thai Towns,
Counlies, and Hanks may subscribe to thu
Atlantic I'oad ; and a!.-o that tiny may
subscribe to the Western Hon,!, not inr.ro
than "1, 000, (Kill, (J.e capital thereof being
r:l,ooo,iH!i). The tiovcruor is authorized
to make the le e, --arv arrangements with
the I'resi. lent and I'ir.., tors of the North
Carolina Itai'roa,!, lor a survey of the route
from ( i.dd.sb.irough to lleauloi t, and the
sum of s 1,000 i, appropriated for this pur
pose ; and a survey is to be made of the
Western route, from Salisbury across the
the Hlile liidge to tho Tennessee line, and
C-l'-V'OO are iq.pr,, printed to defray lhe cx-pel:-s
'lie M a t e res. r ves no li.- ht to .sub
scribe: to the .U',.,:.':e H-"ail.
JiiH. nn.L HEAT AT HIS ( AVN
The New York Times states th.it it has
been a habit, for a year or two, with sever
al ed' the large English publishing bouses, to
piint costly edition-, of their Works for tho
English market, and ;it the same time an
edition spieially de-igned f ,r the American
market jointing tln-ni iu an inferior .st le,
upon cheaper paper, and selling tlu-ni at a
reduced price. 'J he name of au American
publisher is generally iii.--ited on the tille
page ; but the books are I lin ted iu England.
i his i
me to I'.re.-ta.i the American re
lee.nl'y, a -New York pul.Ii-hef
,ii ,-oil, ( li u tie .-e 1-iiiglish
J. i int. H
lead, a l.i
v; here be ,.
v ery largid
-hijo.i-d liieni to London,
t In-nt at such pl ie.-s as Iu
i XP'-n-ivi! Eli:
n w hieh
calat. d to make large pief.t-; and tin so
gent bun ci, are thn. made the 1 o-,-rs by tin ir
out, ingetiuii,. i r, i.-, saitl a go .-J ,h a!
CXit.-Inelit exi-ts ;I,.,., (he L ,,,. ;, ,uh!i-!,.
i i - 111 Co
o : u hea
pici.ee ol tiiis, return a their
: tie. ir o-. u iuv cLti JUs.
HE I.l !1I!. STol'Y.
Tie- New York ti
nine uril.c. the follow-
(" important, if (rue,' )
l tlutne to " 'l'he I hi
" We are t -11 by one ol the J-arties enga
ged in thi.- invc-ligati-.n, that a letter in-is
been i-icein-ii from a lady at New Orleans,
who stat.-s that she is the p. r.-on to whom
i,, ..... . .
iieiunger mint,.- ms dying uccicralion,
gar 1 t , the Ha;-;, hiu." She i- well kim
I'm I! :w!:-., having been a m, .,V..r
ehur.-h v.!.- n be wa-' , ttb .! in New Orient,.'.
M: - -t.ites thnt si: has in b- r ..,-, .n ii
ii ,.ni. l.i. i oi Uoeiini, til- relating t . ti.
:- que. -:1
tun c .muiiinii all ui. from tie- i -v::
ly, ,1..:. vi I.ieh s. I il,,- matt, r , ni:
le t. and prove- in,: H.-v. Mr. V
be the !h:.M bin. l.y,.;i. .,ut.
ha- I M n -. nt to .. , 1 1; b ans t )
s- - i ".l of (be documents. The.,:
stal- d ! i by a gentleman v, !,
c! ..-ely eoinii eted with thi- mint,
beginning, and if t hey are fi.-i ,.- v
:i, nun.- 1 1
An agi nc
l-taiu p is
inets w erij
bus bee li
: from the
e hope t!u
iiiM.-iib wiil be iuinicd uj, a
a Hivi::; s stuhy.
ate m th; c ibin ,-t t
tel.. ria," vv l'i , 1,
,a-t of lielan l, 1
. U'ed bv a
r ; but the man t r .t,
ts that nothing hi
ui:, t . go ,1 nvn :i
ill the cabin W as
r V.': messed. I Iu
wax-work , xhihi
,v i.ig in ,,v ed from
e.-st! went ,! nvn.
11 or t .ventv pL'l -
world vv -uld induce
ni l time, a- th,- -ecu
I in ,-t horrible h,- cv
igl.t h- had e..t r. 1 a
II til' c o-p-e- 11, nr 1.
p '-111 e.l
a- re w--re
n-iu the c
I t be 1:
in r ; and
in. one am
w a- so life
I t bdi-
ke that ho w as
- .-l:u V
v ' '
it of the Mate l.uiiati,;
- an in-l rue',1 ve and fear-
lull! lit I 'lieu 1-
nuiub, r of p,,.
under tl, atuient during
vv . .rt!
-', ending Ih'tii lbee nib, r, w ,
ii - number, 'In re v. . i , ,,1,1
un.-, im au.!, whirl, i- a fa,.- w .rtliy of
rv .iti ui, whiie I I, , I , ni ... , i a e.i iciuic
e de .bite e.!u'::.t.'ii.. A i a i ge ni :ijoi i-
tV ot tin
ni. ile put. . nt. are un,., i, -lie,!, and
''' '' '. a i.uge uiij....;y ,.t 1 1..' leliiale
patient.- were mauled ul Ine tune .,f thei.'
dei in g. iiu ut. 'l'he uu iiber of wi lows and
widower.- is cxe.---ivelv ..mail. There i.i
v pern ; iUjUos.
W ! T iU'LH !-' C'tMIN'i TO.
N -ibi A.
ate .1 r! leu
' ! i i c :-
! I I '
iv, ;-. iii ,. hi. a li.
rei of ,.r lin n
' lhe aunual ...
I 'I' In n
a q i -irt-r "I a
pre late mo:,; v
prc.-uit ul i".
. i- or
, ..: .ne in!
t- .ice. i
l-.l -i ll