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-TUB P0tt:BI SOT Pr.LtOATtD TO THE rsiTED T.Ti:S BY TUB CuXSTITPTlOX, NOB rROIII
HlTKt BV IT TO TUB STATES, ARE BKSKKVKU TO TIM -1 TK BKSrEI Tlvr.IV, pt TO TUB PHOI'LE. AiWudmcntt to the Constitution, Artii'le r'-
AUSTIN & C. F. FKSIIKIt,
EDITORS A.SD PROPRIETORS. " J
NO. XLIY,OF YOI.XIX
(SO. FROM CQMMEXCLMEST 0?J.)
SALlSBUllYpiV. Or AP1UI 18, 1839.
" " T . TERMS OK CAROLINIAN.
- The WesteWTJarolnuan published every Tinas
bay at Two Dollars per aur.uui if paid in a-Usm, of
,Two Dollars snd Fifty Ceuta if Dot paid before the ex
niralRmot'lhreenioitUi. .,' . -
Nopnper will be discontinued until all arrearage
are paid, ttule l tho discretion of "titi Editors; and a
(allure to eot'ty l'ie t'hwa of 10 discontinue,
at the end of year, will be considered a a pew en-
5?uprt!!ments will be conspicuously snd correctly
..ric. -at one dollar per square for the first Hisertjon,-
.,a ctMifiloFcairrconluiuince. CouflIrid"3CJiilil
advertisement will be charged 25 per cent more Una
the above prices. A 4citucuon ot yiTJ fer cent from
the regular price will be made to yearly advertiser,
i . Adrtwrneiiteent in lor publication, mud have the
puiuiKf ol times marked on them, or they will be iiivf
W till furbid, and chargwl foraccrdinlyr
' "itWTS addressed -to the Editors on business mut be
- yo fiik or they will Dot on attended to. .
PCPPfTrni.l.V tslies this iiu;IIim1 til inl.inn lii.T
Vriendsand customer 7a Gaicbrd tnd its vicimtv.;
be ttili continues to carry on the asove branch !.! .
-Bo,in-! t hiiold und in Concord, SmiUmf tUc
i ot Messrs. J. rl &. C. I niter, where be will be loutic
4 ' at ill time, ready to - .
s tul, itiaLc or Kxerulc,
any work in his lioV IiloheseriLnce in Uie Btmi
iifns, the paius he is now taking U n-ceive the earlUtl
fathinn iroinl'hildoh)lim and New, York, enables him
rlo sal', that the Work dope it his Hlioi..liall be dt the
1 .' '.. v AND - . v, ,
, - V Pest Workmanship.
"" NTUnio will aim teach (as Arent) Uie much p
f roved ryttemof T. Oliver ( Fhiladelphia, to any one
who wishes inotruclion in hie fcyaiem it cutting.
. Omcord, No. 1, 1JW. ' ' - ;. " , -
rn HE R.CES over The SaTMMiry Clwiw, will -,
X mencs.oo Tr(oj A 21 of May, and cuotihuv
.fisif days, v ' . .,.-.---,4
:t'irt 2)ay.Swecpstake for three year old coll snrt
.. and fillies, niilciits entrance VV. hlf forfeit., ..To
be kept open uutiKevening before the race.
s '-'.'Second y Av- iciaiioq Purse, IjJmi'.e beats
" fre for any tlitu;A - ' ' 1 ' :"'
beats, free lor any thiW, ece,t the winner oa the
preoedini; day, - . i- t
fourA Day. Purse, tflO, silJo.1 to tho entrance
"ite mmr-v of the wjrkt'iile hrt hindrcnp
- : ;' -
'"i Liirrtnce pn w-t ' 1 j-- -- '- (!''
..: 'r:'Ht.oaihe-fiiiimt in jukv.i !!-Uf-iti l- . j.iU
iv oijre in , U t i - tiia'9 above sinted but by nu iii--Ih
The ItacK will be put in eoo-J condition, and the
' Aawciation promises' the strictest attention to order, .
DY T1113 MANAOKlUt
- ', April 4. !&.-- V" y"lf
; , iW
i - 1 1 f 4 Frfisbiwlii
tv?w.--J llsmlera, isr
rpill Subfcriher having piirchasW llii
i 1. i'UisbimliiiK'rit and bited rt m aiylt
m, is now prepered fuf Iheirseci-jv
"With the best the market tjan-asord;
21Jl)l-.ft-alwys WkepA-rn fine ordir?ai-hi Hs
jld (wnicn are vt;ry e.xieiiive; are wen suppuea wnn
faooe; by el. ict atlntn to trie MHiuese, in per-
- sen. tn-vive saUsfaciion to til who may tavor liiin wilbj
I V'lronagerAiidtiftenlyasksaeaUsrHtlml.- j
; . ..-" ' ' A.1I1HUW UALUVLbLlill.
'WmriwuN. C.; Feb. 81.' isa
'.' ; "i having entered iiiUCopartnerliip in the
''tinning and coppersmith
; A to M4Wli '
WOULD respectfully annoance to their frionds ml
tiie public genernily, that t is their Hito-ntioM l
' kep Constantly on Irnnd and for esK a large auJ e,x-
1. tt-usive assortment of -. -
frm Wave, CoYeiSlWs, &e.
nj, in short, l;-iorf t'vpry article in the above brancb-
w that can be mmiuUcturod in tliis country.
Thoirliop MsitunUM on Mniu-etroet, between Messrs.
;Cre k. Beef's, snu J. &. W. Murphy's stores. '
i N. & Orders from a distitii tor work will be punc
tually attended to,: . :
" Sisi,0r5r, March 7, IStt. V tf
nWZ tubjicriber fiiving located hiniwrf in the town
: of Cnnmrii. would dow otlir bis service to the
.wrtlie. si' taMt" ' r Tr-r-ir3"?ry
Ornamental aniL SIpiTrahiler.
JlsX- .HIHI ,tol"W"')'vTC? '.Titteu'W,ioaUMd he at least die gloriously,
, He wlU also attend to any call made on him in iV ! c "f drd coward strike, il your feura will
T 5 HOUSE ' PAINTTNQ BUSINESS. ' i "". jw. an in wff Jj
thd r.,r,,L . , e . i , . i
I eonfldejit lip nil iriv'HuijJiirLin la ail alia mat .
-.CuiuIm him --. - - - -
lie TaMi ts rcssciutlyeqwU3d W ell and til-'
coerij-e him, a be is determined to cxute all .work
tonnuiUed ta him n the best possible manner... ,
v . tO, Alr Fainting and Trimming all kind of Cai
Mjw, ooue wuh.noaUKss and despstch. . -' .
' V ' . . J. W.RAINCY.
' iT1' N.t.; March 2i;iyi9. ' ',. tf "
, A M' F ACT U R 1 NO COMPANY.
I.lv L wislie lo emuloy fi or six gi
' respectable farmix-a o girl to work in
iW... p . w : u tA. . & je.. t
-Vi0 wu tbose of akm! clrr)rr need s-p!. Apvii- i
,tt be made u - , J.- U. CAlRN-S A ZwL ' i
O , -'-'VII , 1 "If-, - S ,1 ,
riiii)rlv oeropl , Jr. l,wt, is now to- rem. '
, .r-f - w
w'a,i Iwit'Ud s-scretsry (rrinp) i wanted.- - A 'p.
from the Pitrict (Tein.) Herald,
SUTHREN 'OF THE MOUNTAINS.
Iutigfrau, one of the highest elevation of thoi
Alps, wa held for a long period by the desperate
' and sanguinary Suthren and hit bano accomplice.
Such was the terror of . hi name, and such the aoe
cess of hit villain.ni, Ihnt the peaceful Swim resi.
; Dim as from the approach of an evil apiriU The
teat height and.ii Polarities of the Alps, and their
' summits covered with perpetual snow, precluded
tho arrest of Suthren and hi bipod -thintty gang.
Yet lire ever-wlchlul eye of justice, notwiihsmrid- your leader, and glory lo hi in who most shall rav
ing thew hindrances passed not'bv a siuvle clue I "iie aiid destroy Then let u on surprise the
which miht 'aidih the dctfclionof this arch rebolguard in the niid iilghf glowi;t)ury all in one last
and wwure to the country ptace snd quiet. To the
gret fcmazenieut of tliousamls, and in spite of the
attempts made to capture him, Suthreu' power
set-mod daily to increase as well as the number of
In lullowers, and now ho could muster at a tnun-
-pet's blasts one hundred degradod wretches, Ibo off
, :Hiriiigf the crfrthj)erfftn banished from the
jci'ty of man and from the delightful aboifo of
tlir-wiVes-o.-iiidrHir The strong hold
t.iitliroi was one evidently tho production of na
ture, Eat greatly fortified and'emlwllished by ait.
A subierranenus Caveru wns the bboda. of iliese des
peradoes, lost to every tender feeling-Mho bane of
aociul hie anil (he curse of nmnkitid.X I ho en
4raw:c to this dread resort ot JuifaiuyjYnilirQHgh
a narrow cavity situated underneath a largo, pro
jecting rock, which formed part of the stuKtadoun
eleva'KKi of lungfrau. . -
-Tin eavHjr-or entrance; ifftlherwiscatle(T,JBO
ingeniously fornredand undoubtedly by the hand of,
mao, could be enterpd by no other means than by
a substantial cahie which .was carefully twisted
around thd projecting mass of granite, and tied to
an. iron staple within (he cavern. The cavern was
divided into numerous apartments, extending back
to a considerable distance on each side, leaving a
largo oMd space in the centre, used a the general
. pla if rctioWvous for the brigands. ; Here would
j set of desperadoe the most rcveogeful and gloomy
r-llAto4mk Q4Mici -lie dtwtriHma t4 tmn
1, ass-'tuhlc, ta chauitt their barlmroos orgies, and re
count the daring ejphiita. svtticb- thoy had, iir pre-
"Viouilime, efPictedi, Frejenlly would- they m
the, poisonous bowl, the ban of earthly blins fill
morn"" terrmtrate- their iiellmh carotfsat by the
death i4 some of their clariT " , ,
V Sutiirr n, one of the most daring and desperate
reb-M to the cause of justice, selected this dismal
cuveru fir I tie perpetration of his base schemes,
. anil f4 the accumulation of -that treasure tukou
fro;H the ijrtuspecting travtllcr in his journey over
the inouhtaiita. .; ..'.'-,
One fwuing just bef)re the sun glided below the
horini,,'a jr iv signal of aronxichiiig darkiiess,
tiulbruu ttitttied the caverti, liluuiuutled uilhseini
yj "-ituc.id 1 'i.uips and taking upVsT bug' fr.Mii.tUe
iioiiy p.tven.iut, plnced it (o his hps, and sououV j
, Jong shrill last'i which echoed and re-echoed
thrijugh. rti gtfwimy "apartnieiits. The trumpet's
blast sHHt brought tW bngands, who Uad secreteij
' llieoiselves in the tnost distaul "patts of the cave,
with the exception hf a few who were of such fo-
rix ious spirit Ihat thy tould fiotbrjUi)k the mao-
(L'ttMsvoTihrvNi tltese, with slow and reluctant
step. attested lr the stimmnns of ihfir Vhitif.
- Blanton, a.uian or rather a oVnioo of most feru-
citni tvtu, wiRriiiiu louguurn uissmisncti wrtn
'th"prtxiaure 6T Suiriroli.jHia' chafed t03mdwr
branding him a a coward for relinquishing some
F00K thou lieet !" cried JsJuthren in a ferment
of pasiinAn.d fi2injJllanlon Jiy : tiia. tluoaU-w-.
- - VV heft d.idiur chief relmqtiish an-object trt bis
power who taught tliee lo brana the oame ol
juthren with cowardice ? rwas his arm thai
simtched your vile-. carea from between x heaven
sod earth, and is it Kus you requite him ? Ye !
hp saved you from lhVgreedy jaws of hell. Is f
Tdanton who dares lo utter simiIi iiela-ing language
in the presence of his chlefT Fool f fear ye not.
this arm, dyed with the blVl of friend a well as
foe f Fesrye rmt the vengeance of Suf hfen of the
a Mountains? Dashing Hinlon sgiiiwt the rocky
side of tho c ivern. ' Monitxr I g begone, and
know it ever thy dastard voice berised aainM
,m -power? by the thousand artn of dea'.hf I'H4
sweep lbe lo hell quirk as the lightning 0 sh I
lie looked around upon ihe scowling features of his
men'tike the Libyan lion at bay, with his pursuers
in front, and on their darkened brows saw portVayed
the highest indignation. "Slaves! pallrons!"Nvre
sunicd Suthrco ia a voice of thunder. " Du ye
couimeDd the acts of that villainous ruffian, who,
- w content to tteapumilt on hischicf. has dared lof
nia J, and would sml in your coward laces, il feuth
ren were not here lo protect v-kj!" A murmur of!
iodina'i'Mi rises amoiii! tiie assembled band.
" YhalT. and, with your misreaiit longiw, dare
yeLapflMd-, bw ook!oeeT'. Adtauciu Inwards
l!in Uinditii'with rapid strides Oid drawn sword.
" Slaves ! ownrdsl come on ; imbrue your bands.
:.. !.. O.I I XI ... k. lnu, A.n ..1.. ,;,.. It '
-ewitl avenging awota upon our amity neao.
..... r ' 1
The marauders ehrank back in dismay at Ihe fn-
J rcity, yet detet mined resrdiimn,of their xhi, and
a calm eueL -At lepit h, Suth'en spoke. . ' Com-
rades, ie have (id lowed, with succens, the adventu-
f,nis bandit chief. IU baa led you ni to victory
and wealth will ye now auly his name and valor
by giving credence lo the traitor Blanton T Ti
my prerogative to pronounce, hi'i dooin, Bui com
rades, by this right arm, deep stained with the
blood of innocence, I swear, if ye cross my will,
being your lender, this poignard shall end his haled
life ere Ihe Village clock strikes six. '-" f
But If x-e still reiard Suthren as your chief and
Cwiii'Hie to obey bis commands, tiirre is a way ofi
gaining wealth even bevond your dopes ana wisnes,
- known only to my
elf. . .v; iL .
I ..II t.B...L;S .1.- IA. .
" or uuitirai, cry iiic niui"-rs ,
id bnIils, we'll f dlow none other, " " Then coin
rades, baihrt-u coniimicd, " this night we go to
Ibe'foot of Mt. O-rrine lo attack s eirrn of car-
riacei heavily luleitl beariiig produce and rich-- to
tlie'kingof Frussia ooe bold itrcHe aikl.
ourn." Shout uf applause resound throughout the
cavern. -. " Ere flight sot in I wauhod thoiT course
and overheard one any we encamp near Mount Cer
vine. Now comrade trost once more to the gui
dance of Suthren, and ere nud-night spreads her
sable mantle round, shouts of victory shall be hoard
iind ButhrenV band victorious. " Suthren, we'll
folio thee to victory or death," cry 4 he baud.'
" Hum I uealn ami .hell I let'a on." " Men,'
Suthren continue, my soul thirst for action my
spirit pHfiis for liberty ! Ikalh und jMltjesil-Ruhi
uefiaiidAsa4iiiI with thi-ee word l'cun act
creation, her law to boot, afneriancc. Suthren or
death shall be the word." "SuthreH or deaths
responded the rulliansv Now, my- boys, I am
ing slfH'p of death." Ueitcruted shout of appjadse
"are heard smmngst the band. "Onward," they,
cry; " Suthren or death l'' and with their chief jn
the vnn jhey rush frorij, the cavern, ascend' (he
rope to the projecting rock and disappear.- The
fcarriftges ncen by Suthfcri were sent designedly as
near the rubbers cave as possible, without creuiui
suspicion, so tlial (hey might decoy the free-booters
JUtu a auarc.euldiegt legally aeut Jmtl peuttnUeil,
the night previous, as far as Cervine, and look their
station in ambush, whilst the robbers lay in a fit of
debauch, liere they awaited in silence through
the following day the approach oft lie cavalcade.
Ureal care was taken to bring the carriages, with
in the view of some of thegangLaiid mJhi .way
Suthred fouud out, by the , remarks Of one, where
they resolved to encamp. things were thor
oughly prepared before ntid-night, the period at
J-wbiefi -tlta- ibbers-BS 4liey-lottgtH4vou44 waka-1 Im
aitutk. Carriages weto arranged in order, sol
dier had taken their position behind them, in the
most advantageous manner, to meet the foe.
About mid-night the banditti rosde the attack with
horrible yell upon Hhe carriages, 'llie soldiQr
rusheH forward and a scene eiisiied too, horrible to
rehtleA The ruttians, animuted by Suthren, fought
long and dtiperately, but hi fall in the later part
of the strife . put a cliock lo the coutust. i'lie
ground was ktrewed with tho dead and dying, claf
their horrible Curses on the heads of their destroy.
ert-pMany liad IlehwiMB'si
pled w ith toe iu the agouie of death, and Suilueb
was (ouud as he had fallen with a poiguurd tightly
grasped wtUoiie hand and with the other the throat
of a soldier, still griumW a malicious smile.
Duy-light upiwaied and he cavern was.searchod
but nought was found save't' e remains of human
carcass,-who had lingered opt a miseiahle exis
tence jntw yemorselasa handsf the 1 bmdita.
Tile rubbers wore all dnHtrovedjuu the Drecedina
night eicept a few, who were ukdo next morning
while returning from some lawless excursion
'Iliese they resolved o execute iminedialely, lest
an cscfpff might k eir( j4 on tUr reHirti to af .
iH-m. A lilo ol suldiera boiug atatumeu for the
purjMsto, eac h 'desperado itiet bisTata lu turn, with
that sullen huntor and reniorseless, unsubduedspir
il, characteristic of the bber. ' -
-Oi the arrivnl of 'the eoldiora at Geneva, a ffav
of thanksgiving and prayer was solemnly instituted,
for the purpose of returning thank to lod, for the
preservation of their country-from the nnrauder,
and abovej all fur (be death ol Suthren their direst
enemy. f . ts.
of JVejw Yorkj presents this aingulur phenqmenon,
Tire village is 48 miles Iroiri Jljilalo,' and ''abouFH
from like ErTot"aiiiaH cut rapid sireani, "wiled 'V
ng several millsdischarges itself into the lake be
Jpwt NeoL the nuMiiJi jLs.a..9)nalLhadt..wUDji
lighl-bou,- VV hi!e- removing aH rjdniill, which
stood partly over this stream, in Fredoi(Tin'1hree
years since, some bubhle were observed to break
frequently from the water, and on trial were found
to be inflammable. A coifrpitny., wa formed, and
a'1iolo,an inch and a half in diamiiiur; bmng bred
throhgh the rock, a soft footed limestone, I lie gas
left its natural channel and ascondod through this.
A gasolneior wa constructed, with a small house
for its protection, and pi being laid, the gts is
convoyed through the whole village. Uue bull
dred lights are fed from it, ntoro or less, at an ex
pense of one Jollar and a half yearly for each.
The streets and public churches are lighted with il
The (Ltiuc. ia large, but not so strong or brilliant as
that from gas in our cities it is, however, in high
favor with Ihe Inhabitants. r f
The gnvimoter, I fisiud on- rneasnrcment, col.
lerted eighty-eight cubie fent in twelve hour du-
riii" the dny, but the man who has charge uf it
. 11 .1.... i. ... 4 .... 1 - :.l - 1...
MOW nil iiiui iiiuio iiiikki in vruMuuvu vim iar-
w awtur -About a tr frmlhe -village, and
in me same si renin, 11 comes up in qnanmiea lour
or ne nines as j
I he contractor lor the
light hnuse purrhased the right to it, and laid pipes
totlie Ihhe but found it impossilito to make it de
scend, Ihe difT-renca to elevation being very great,
It-prefrfuvd. h oatu Jialural 4uaotiU, aud-bubbled
up beyond flieeach or hit gasometbr. 1he gas
is carboretied hydrogen, and ia supposed to come
from bods of hiturnloous coal t the only rock visi-
Wf, however lire, awd to a great extent yl'mg'ttie
southern slMrxs of the lake, is Reted hinestone.-
Jifevter i Jourmtl. " f - '
J:i:.:. MATRIMONIAL LOTTERY. . -
- x 4 .
-A'Tecerrt traveller iiv-tlrUniteid Stale civee a
cunout account ihf a malrimoniaKloiierv, which
wai formed there with beuc-ficial clfocts, however
singular it may seem.
"On the 211 dny of December last," eiy he,
-1. was pasiing through the State ot South' C'aro.
lina, aud in the evening arrived in liie suburbs of
the town ut ,wnere i uaa an arquaiotance, on
whom. I called. I was quickly informed that the
family wa mviied to a wedding in a neighboring
house ; and on beinj requested, I changed, my
; clothes and went wjth them. Al soon aa tlie
young couple were married, the company was sea.
; ted, ana a pruiouno suence ensue u. a young law.
jyer then aro, ana auuresscii me Couiany very
eloquently-; sod in fiiiiliing his di courses, bogged
leave In t(T-t a New Scheme of matrimony, which
he believed would be beneficial, arid, on ob'aimng
bwye he prooe(l- I hat one man in thecmiHiny
! should be .-luctea a pnm ieni, i,riouii vt amy
ii;aworn to kcip etitirdy accrul-all l!ic cormnunica
lions that should be forwardd to him in his ntii
ciiil depanme'it that utglit ;'aud that dach unmar
ried gentleman and lady should write his of her
name on a piece ol'ptjK-r, arid under it place the
the name of the pcrson-they wished to '.marry :
then hand it to the president for inflection : and if
any gentleman and lady ' had reciprocally chosen
each other, the president was to inform etch ol
"the result ; and those who had not becu rcciprocul
iu their choice, kept entirely secret. . ..
A ftrr the arrpfiintiTCitrorrfir pKsT(TtrhT, cTiij-
nmnicatioiu were accordingly handed up to (lie
chair, 'atnd it was found that twelve young gentle
men and ladies bad made reciprocal choices; but
whom they had chosen, remained a secret to all
' but themselves and the president. The conversa
tion changcdt aud the company respectively re
tired. ... , ( .
" "" Now, liear the conclusion. I was passing
through the same place on the 14th of March fol
lowing, and was iniormed that eleven of the twelve
matches had been solemnized ; and the young gen-
tlemeu tti eight couple of the eleven- had declared
that their dillidcnce was so grunt, ihaltlity xcr.
liiuily should not have addressed their respective
wives, tf the above scheme had uo( been introduced
,.v 7 EARLY INSTRUCTION. ,.
" Train up a child in the way he should en, aud
wlien he is old he will not depart from it." The
iNorlolk liuacon, oiler copying from another paper,
B short paragraph slating 4hat all the boys in the
city of lioston tsave ilHrly-tthree) are enjoying the
' blessings of school education, public or private,
with the added remark that " no other city in the
world couId4Y as ruiuii,"-aiaiuis. ia coiumctiou
the suhj.iiiK-d comments. They are words of truth
d tuberness on a auhjact of imfiortiince to the
" welfare of the individuals and of"ociety: " And
yet what city in the Union ought no! to say it;
Men Willingly exund hundred of thousands In
build prisons, and to adopt tnodes for prolecling
' $Xi$?W ' W'l(M.elh"isi.IW Jt!l'
grudge to build a school-house for the education of
very,boy and irl .throughiiut the country, and
- uie sowioj oi tue senoi,. wmco .win spring up
ness liharal cmlization. J ho. beat-, means of
prevciillng'cnIiio u lo bogin at the beginning
anil instil (he principle of honesty and virtue in
the youthful mind. Ills very rare that a child
f-r well brought up by sober and" scrupulous parents
V. "h...ii.. i:r L .!.'.. .1
1IU1119 ynti uduijr, , iuiu 11 no. uioa, iuon9 ta voimi
ground for indulging if hope of reformation even
at he eleventh hour.. Indeed we are told in one
of the most a fleet ing and eloquent passages of ho
shall not be without avail upon their deceudants;
"I have , been young and now I am old, yet hove I
pever seen, tne ngiiiesus forsaken nor ni i beg
giog bread.' - And one of the bent pier)nuf,aitl-7-wg
tho rraTT-nt la ourlurlng hia dtikj. the eiab
'lishment of first-rate anhool which everr buy and
girt In th"Stat; may attend arv trillinceTpernieT'fThnrnVin
V "111 MV'.tt. V.lun . auki Kn
...4,,- . f
V8atxT0S, April 9, 193!. ;
The Seiiwn. The -quantity of ruin for the laif
nioullt, I Marcb) as indicated on the dome of the ro
Jtuoda, was only t),9r incbea. -The fact is remark
4 able, from the full of rain Wing unusually small ;
il FrfiinntlO im.ulnlinit nilrmii ll.a ...wa .lu.liu1 tn
v m iw'JCWatI fri.n NearTork'W ttio fltfi
: Dsssummrs. and Will also carry desnatche to Mr.
. Stuveuii in fhttVrj. to .the. boundary, diificulties.
ana tue- eomemptaieu appointment or aprcini
Minister, who may be" ready to sail on the "1st
troximo. . The corresnoodont of the Courier and
Inquirer gives the following list of steam ships
'desiined for the AnniricSirtrade, if we should be
so fortunate aa to preserve existing amicable ti
tiona IZr . ,.-: '., . ."
Great Wctiern--1,350 tons, 439 horse power,
, built in Bristol. " " ' ' " : - ,
- BriHik Qurea 1,00 tons, 500 liorse power,
rl 1. t . ' '
kuiu in A4OU410U.
lAotrnod 1,050 ton, 461 horse power, built
in Liverpool. " ' ' . --
. IWwlctt American) tons, 600 horse
," power, built iu London., , . .
- United Stateti;io9 tons, 420 horse power,
" built in Liverpool.
United Ivingdomlgol) horse power, built in
..Liverpool.' --r '. VJILl' ."
Atalant lSO tons, 300 horse power, (iron)
built in Liverpi'ol., V , '
Aeta- l'ori to be built 4o liristol, (if iroik-
Ma ox March 20.
r.Sform. AbiHit the hardest rain, lliat we ever
4 knew, toll on Friday night last. - Il poured down
like the bursting of a water spout. All about
around and below, was waler, water. Not a foot of
dry land was lo be seen. The thunder and light
v tuny an4 wind awl hail, al the sens? lime was awe.
ful. . Msny irardens and farms are totally ruined.
ihe seed and growing crops are washed out of the
earth fences destroyed -beautiful fields torn in-
to gullies, the soil washed away, leaving nothing
. but the primitive rock, or a desert waste. '1 Ije
roads are also much ciu up, and we expect to hear
of many mill and bridge washed away.
The Ocmulgee rote snddenly aoine 20 fed and
is still full, though fulling. 7 tlrgrajih. ,
A Clanc fr the Ladie..K young map, twen
ty years of age, al Fayette, JelTorson county, in
llua Statej, advortiaei that he ia willing to marry
any young Indy who il of good family and charac
ter. That is what we call doing the thing right.
There is something, we think, very unfair, in a
young roan' going about -picking and choosing
out o a lot ot " gals, when there nuhl bq lilty
who WMOl him, but modern etiqnetie iorbtde -their
Iclline him ao. When a chnp advertise! bimself,
as wanting a wife, an opportunity is afforded for all
the girl who vant him, Iu make application.
" llcside ibis matter of adterti tins helps tho mar.
ried Editor ti iimhe provision for the mpiiort of
Ahtiu! their iauiiUes-Olil bachelor we,
s!iinld rather say single gemU-nH-n Kduors, to Ui
out when they go a courting. Hut this wiruwr
courting being out of our line, we beg our bruili
er of tne " .Memphis Enquirert and W,,Jk!v
Review," to discourse upon it. U'e rwimtmred
all uf our unmarried readers, who want wie, u
call at.our ofJcti.-roi $ing Mi.) Hauwr.
lunate 7ijrrrc. No man or woman vir told
e (JJLUcy 4lu)Ugnl.lu any iiUv 4w-wt
I'liere 1 always a reserve, and a reserve trdur.
tive of a thousand vital Oonscquinces lo oursclvis '
and eUier. It doe not spring from l)pocrij.
dectjtKor even disingeouousiiCNa, but o.Va icim
ws,nt of niorul courage, and at other times fimaiJis
best and kindest uf fueling. - The di!ike to hurt -and
be hurt the wish not "to oflend, ai'H-love, an '
uianySmbtlo causes, tend to confiria .ilia aiun'e '
and immovable principle in human nature ; and A
is imiosdfi)le, that even in the transports d the !
denpwifwiu! mosl impassioned affoctiwis, the wlmle
bosom thoughts of one. were ever given to another,
7'Acoi'j 1 ui. Iu the atmospliere wliea tn
current ol wind iif dtflurwit temperature, each !
urAiertwuu wateroue at a greater istauc, JtU
omer itcajem uia rarin, nowtng III ujiposite ci sec
tions a precipitation tykes place. "
TJ10 caloric or hcatif the one UigVst in towp.
erature will separate from tlioi wai.ir with kb '
waa combined iu vap(Hir,Wdscape to Use cuiirr
When sluw.cluudaoidy ar .forme j bM-rji4,
the clouds boing pressed tegether with i Kjor,
the particles uf water will u'iitobr the attraction
...1 . . .1. a
I"Xcohesi(Hit8.nd fall to. ibe :carth:iajLiijM.,if rsrti. . .
he Laneaurr vntoiu ,
'CULTIVATION. - '
The mulberry is proiwauted bv seeds. bv la;.ct.
or by engraAing. . : ..."
Vu flcedt. The seed are obtained bv wahfiic
Ihe liiuised pujp thoroughly ie frttrt.TtK
trees fur this purpose oiuitt be ahukea every day.
The fiuit is mashed in a tub with water il tfao
roughly incorporated, and the mass fceuis larnh-
diluilud is poured olT, Its plpne- tH'IHJ ffpplieit fy -
iww qudiutiies. iit ine water couM.'s oa tear aad
the eeed i iiej-fectlT -clcanr rt U fiien'tfiW uu
served iu but lie well corked, aud kept tu a dry
Good mulberry sued will sink tu the bolt tui f.
tor sleeping a short time iu water; and aw ouace
will Usually produce from 3U0Q la HOO11 pWuta.
Frtviou ly towing, (ho seeds should' b saW j'i
hours in warm.iuilk aud water, and after ttcwi-
iq A rich' aud well prepared and fresh aoil, ai
t3 inchei ttSifundrJr,"Bno at arrrspaitooe T"
nhaaran- half 'if Uich-"
"-' A" ' -r
iaii-Bsi;Tr:rtXrsrrriff'--i',n''"BJr -' T-'VViif'vf
Cover the sued but half an inch deep, and Hwnp
or roll the ground imuuuii&udy, 4 W tbeesaw nTrtrr
reiaio iiHicienl " jiioiture at its surface. Cart-fully
hoc and weed during summer, and late au-
lumn protoct with a lighl"covering: suraw,
loaves or evergreeni; or lake up the plairta, and
secure them iu I Iu collar till spring. TiitfK-v-r-tion,
during th ' first winter, is alike necessary
withevery :Trarimy-"c-f ulbcrryT3.uTie t
first winter protection it no longer required. : " "
At two years of age evm, at a jmi old, if the
mulberries have grown well, they are to be trans
plauted, that they may throw out buteral routs.
The soil must be rich, and the Iron may be set ia
rows four feet asunder, aud ten inches or a loot h.
lant in the row. Many have found that l!u y savske
a greater growth to cut thva dosa lo twe tack
above ground. v ' .. '
la the second spring the tree are aa in ro
tour feet asuudor, in a rich tit, and a f x-t tW&ut
in the row. By this nido aliiost exclusut-ly i .'
ihe Common H Aife Mulberry raised, lbs cuuMana - -I'nglish
JJlack, or Ai'fu, and the America U-d
MulborryButlbe Morus Muliitauli. utiier-e ,
the L'kinttt litucle Mulittrry, eultirsfed Teri -
iivcTy by 1a)trirty"cUttfttgi by'SftocUab;
gramug. x : - . :... - -T"'
Laym. Layers are tlie aide shoot bent own.
and secured by hooka, and partly coverrd stitb
earth, their extreme ends' onty buinj hfl cjuf,tet
previously I hey should be tongned, aa orewratrm
which consult in culling the stjo-il bail ta tw Ix.
low a bud or eye, and slitting it upwards an iocs
M Btwre 'Mrriifiliiiir ifai.tlie sisvu." Tiiis is in'iforw
ed at the bend, and the tongue is kept open by a
piece of iHibblo, and the p'irt covered w ith freh
narth and pressed down. Thus managed ia Jrtn,
of at mtd-aoswiiier, thy eoon take rootatrdare -seperatod
from the main plant in auiuUiB.".. "
Cuttings, are the twigs or branches tf tlie
young wood, or part young and part old, cut ia
lengths of about eix.inehes, and citse brlow an
eye ; these are act more than two la rds tbstr
length beneath a humid aoil, and the ground trod
den hard. Cutting are planted ear) ia the
pHng, ', ;..
Cointe Dandolo and other bsTeTTcmrroded
to graft tho Common White Mulberry,' wit la the
large leaved and finer varieties, those w birh fvre
duce abundant crop of leaves; and ejrcia!I y tUe
male pUiits, a tliese producing no fruit, yield larg
er leaves, which are nt wnlod and du-Sured by
tbo-bruiscd fruit ia galheriug.Alsuy-ss t(e mM
varieties are bad, t!xj tretm I horny, the lenvo td
or few in number. They should be iuocula?
near the jji4iiud, or they may r-e engrafted at t'n;
urface'of Ihe eat th id tho third spring.
M. Burnoous nlw Ktntes thai thoxe prsfted ih
the U tt-jr kinds, such as llox trar(dt auin