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B. AUSTIN & C. F. FISilKIt,
I'ditor and Proprietors.
no. hi, of" Vol: xx
(Whole IV. CD3.)
SALISBURY, N. C, JULY 5, 1839.
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Letters addressM to tho Editors on business inut be
ptt jvJl or they will wot be sUeadod to,-3--,r ; -
"The following pvagraph, from a recent number
v fs(heNaw V or)4. Litem ry Gazette, has been tra
" selllrur the circuit of the pre -a theneit weeks :
v " Arackner spnrtvnan, who had read with do
. light Mr.llort.uan's new work oofth wild sport
of Aroericalwik paage in a Lrtndoa packet, and
' arrived here dnrioj the present week, in search if
wild gtme. He hrnujlii letterstoa highly repect-
able merchant, with whin we are well acquainted,
and deired, after dolivenqg them, to.be directed
to the best hunting groundwiihout delay, as he
' could only remain here a fewNdays, propoinjf to
return in the Ureal Westorn. lie said thai he
'a came to NewJCoit DrinciiMlIy to shoot Dears.
Our niereantile friend, snlifyinjr, himself that his
otw acquaintance was perfectly senous, informed
him that the. sport bid be?n greatly cut' unJ here,
i and lecommended him n proceed to Philadelphia.
Jle departs for that city this duy .aid we call upon
sjofrti thprrtci 'Mtetfif-tb the lliWftfgtrim!
, ; atrsnijer their usual hospitality." v ;
There is doubtless somewhat of engijeraUon n
; the sUtemeat,ad yot it k. 4i jp Xnta Unti.the 'mat
ranee of our eonntryr.in RiRlanl, is oweh- nr
', " extensive and prnf uod thai would be supposed.--
f For example, some tints iin we received a letter
front an English eorrespomlent, making inq-iiries
",' reanectinj sonw nnoficial person living in the
neighborhood of . Natcliet-the writer evjdentjy
imiwMinir thai It .muf (m a ik-iirhlmr of Mirs !
i r?7- o - '
f Evi(jhii,i iwpvi. i q jite ua lo ather n-
Tlitance w.tliineur knowledge. A frien.1 bcinf on
.visit to Eogland a few years since, was nsked if
r fie e,new .nr. ijjuqs, irom ew iastie, opn i vne
" No "sir, I do not," wit the reply.. h ny yiw
1 must know him, 1 m sure," rejoinoj the other;
... Moc be has lived in America tore year r
'JvwJBvk these are- tret the -tHnTwf rnms whirh" we
"'"" 01'tea tlie Wve Hnnnh tb nnronm: of
T roatinj: Our dWujn was" to relate ifiMUwlnjr
, ' incident." One clear bracing morninjr but antumn,
as we were stepping into the Srjtensctadv ears at
. Albaor. whom ahonld we meet , but a New York
friend, in his shoot inv "jacket, aeeoutred with
pouch and gun, in the act of placing bis dogs in an
adjoining compartment. . . . ; " Z -"
So ho, fiwod I Whither are you bound P we
l am only going for ffeyAiliihflpiBfriiUhe.
Uirua hundred miles lromicltoit-t-i told uiere
la finfl shoot in tte're.
ThiT single- inddentr wh'reh-
Se.Vks vofurnes upon J the'extnt ofoiiir eouhtryTlhe
spirit and hubita of our people, and the facilities
every where enioved fw interco'nmnmeii'n. Ie
troit is eight hiindrel miles frooi New York, and
our friend was bound for the jirai'ir-a font way
"Wiyondr "And yet to was. staftm; fonli for a
shooting excursion, with ax little -care of the dis
tance, as an Enelish fox hunter would exrsrknce in
g'tins upon a chase m a nri-jhSonn? couetr.
Our (rn-nd had Eim sport during his exenrsion.
as we happen to know; as one of our firm, who"wn
himself wandering the prairies ot the same time,
foil in with him in the hey day of bis fmiie. The
sportsman informed us that the other day, that
having procured the bst " fir " thai hif ever saw,
he was going down to the Kennebec for a day or
two, on a 6siiinjccurtinnl-- i----
Nor is this spirit of dashing enterprise an excor
aive eharacteristie of Americans. Foreienors com
ing hither soon have Iheir ideas expand-! hy the
broad expanse of out country, elevated by. the
height of our motmtsins, and inspirited by the
chase of bears aind buffalorsj."" For Instance, in the
case of Sir William Stuart, who picturea of bear
and buffsto Wrts amid h aupenoWs aeaka suidi
ted f,r a few davs at th Anollo Gallery the Ba
ronet; as we are 1o!d, having spcnl" five .years
armng the scenes described, started on bis return
to England, and reached New York on his way.
Lingering here a few dvv his . mind reverted to
the wild sports of the Wewt." It was sskingr ton
m'ich to leave them so onn so b-ick he started,
twenty-five hundred milrix into the tril.V mesa, for
the pleasnre of one or more buflilo chase before
be should finally embark for the ahnres of Albion.
He went, and piimged aca'n into the wild pleasures
of the Suake Iodians, and haunted buffaloes and
gruly- bear ( another IwsLearsiQtlit'rKf w
. once mora on bis way to hi own land. .Y. ybrlr
Burning Laktt of Sitxtk A"rrt'i- The follow
. ing account of lb " Burning Lakes," tho moot re
mark hl volcanic phenomena, in the immediate
vicinity of AjriPicliapv," is from .Montgomery t Nar
rative, jutt published. --- " ' , - v -
Of them lakes or ponds., there are several ; and
'they.nrcunw a considerable Irnrt of land. The
largest ja about hundred ysrds in circumference
lo this, as in all the others, the water, which was
extremely turbid, and of a light browi color, was
ooiline furiooslv. and risintr in rsibliles three or
four feet hiirh. rTbo steam ascended in a dense l
hite cloud, and spread for a coosiderable distance
rsin.l. at I iond for some time on the bank of this
natural cauldron, (ruing witb awe, npoo its tro
mendsis vortex. The heat was so great on the
surface of ;he grnund, near the borders of the lakes,
-J'?' M 'ow foet not been protrrte.1 by thick abort,
itcDrldaat have been etdurcd. On thrusting a
' ' ' '
knife intW the ground, Hi blade when drawn out,
slier . few second, was so htt a to burn the , fin
;'t're, . Our horse, which, according to (ho cus
turn of the country were not shod, exhibited roich
symptom of uneasiness, owing to the state of the
ground beneath them, or in consequence of tho
strung smell of the steam, that it wa found neces
airy to leave them tied at some distance fromhe
, scene. In tome plucei & little column of smoke
V issued fiercely from hole irt tho ground, while in
- orherir; thca-lfer fffa boinriftTtafd "giwIiedliuniVo
a fountain. The ebullitions of these lake or
spring, have formed, on lb borders of them, a
. 'P'''t0. f fit"5- clay, and of every variety of
comrs. r urn ii aoes not appear that the natives
have profited by the facility thus afforded thorn for
the manufacture of pottery. And although noth
ing would bo more easy than to establish there the
finest mineral baths in the world, this object has
never occupied their attention. Augusta. Chron.
: THE DESERT HOUSES.
- It is part ef tW-hhrtoricsiTWOTntO'flcq
; douin m horses, that the mares are never sold. My
Siieik would have told his soul for a price ; and aa
soon aa he saw that 1 was pleased with his mare he
wanted to suit herjq me; and it was singular and
amusing, ineliatloiing for fliitauiuial, lu mark how
' on ot' t lie habits vf bargain making, peculiar to
the horse-jockey , wall us, existed in lull . force
among the Arabs ; lie said tlio.Vt'e'ilid not. want to
; sell ber ; that at Cairo he had been offered filly
dollars, a new dress, aud arms complete, aud be
Would not sell her but if I wauled her, there be.
- ing nothing that he would not do for ine, ate., 1
inight,l)ay$ her. j;: ' r.,'"v r';, .
't he abeikVwas an extraordinary animal. T The
- saddle- had uot been ol her back i'or thirty days ;
and Sheik, himself a moat restless creature, would
-daslt oil suddunly -Lz lBe a ddy, on a full
. fun across the valley, up the sides of a mountain,
round our. caravan with his long spear poised iu
Thr tr,-and his-drew streaming - the wind t-and
a hen he relumed and brought her to a walk at
' mv side; the beautiful auimal would suort and oaw
Ttho -f rtkudartf proud f-sv 4t slie had dotie,
' and anxious for 'aiioilier courso. - I could almost
imagine 1 sathe ancient war-horse ol Idumea,
so finely described by Job--lIia neck clothed
: with thunder.!, Caiiik ttiou make hnn afraid of a
. giasehoppert 1 he glory Hif Ins nostrils is terrible.
He mocketh at (ear, anil is- jiot afli ighlld, neither
lurneiu ne oacs iroin ine iworg. l tie quiver rai-
tlctfa aa'ainot bun. the plitleriiW snear and the
' ahibld. , tie kwalloweth the grouiiu" wrtfrfiurceno!
and rage ; neither believutii he that it is. the sound
of the trumpet. He saith among the trumpets,
wa, uaj aim nc aiiivm iu me oauie aiar inline
thunder of the captains,' and the alioutings.", ' .
.Noii.iug sliowyed the 4ardineesf those horses
- more"than trtM'drrnRi'n'. HreraT llmM "wj came
' jo tiojjoji.ea of raid ".i'.'r li"it act tho holluw of a
rock, so tool suici dirty that I Would not have given
it lo a dog aud while their Sides were white with
fnain the tSucik would take the bit out of their
' mouth, and sit down with the bridle io bis bands,
T and let them drink their fill ; and I could not help
thinking Uiat a regular-bred English groom accus
tomed to insiuuate a wet sponge iu tlie mouth of a
healed horse, would, have been amazed and horri-
Tand the foriuer wuf more like a coirirt pllVI'uftes
'iZAOilsWJtlUiSnilw dibefJikw k'Voiaio, of-ioiith
ZMJ'$X&W& 4hat lie ootrfd -eownt-
r.upKi the scrvipe of both eittii tliirty five. ; A miwig
"all IhdCouiiueiiditions of the Aratian liorsev I
ktiow- n greaier Uuu thi t nwvs knwwna man,
jaJe thai no one else would mount ; and one can
imagine bow warm must bo the feeling, when, year
alter year, the best of his race is the companion of
the wandering XA tab, and tlie same animal may
spear, until his aged frame can scarcely sustain
itself in tlie saddle. Skvcni Incidents of Trawl.
From the Southern Literary Meteengrr, fat Jum.
. UNCLE PETE AND THE .HEAR.,
a? a bim w e tnttt ' Ixt s-mf " Ltt.n.
It was a bright and calm summer's morning;
the quiot pood was sleeping in tho sunshine, harm'
loss and Utauliful ; and every surrounding -object
Mn nature looked ,lovely aud juviting'Pnero is
so:iielliing iu the etlucl of a fine undscapc, viewed
under favorable circumstances, which may be com
pared to music it " hath charms to sooth tho sav
age breast." Even uncle Pete foil its influence,
as he sat on a little -bench by the side of his cot
f-tagej-7jrawmng-nd Hooking-listlessly across the
still waters, and following the outlines ol tlie lorest
trej fiid Jh.ll lop(i and (imountaijisJjlliaJ.hung below
-which were lowering above While he gaitod, be
wassieccd with a desire for an aquatic excursion.
He called his youngest buy, a lad of about a dozen
j ears old aud told him to get the hooks and fines,
and they would go round the p-iiit to the mouth
of Ship-pond stream and try for trout. Theappa-
rata was toou in -roadinesa, ami they jumped into
the liti.o Jog catHHLiHiu paddled oif upon me lane.
".We hadn't got but a little ways roumLiho
pint. said uncle IVle.'and I was setting in the
' starn paddling ahmg at a moderate ing, and little
Pete stHnp m toe bnw f and by and by he-entiled
out lo roe aiid eavsle, u O, tulhcr, what great
black criUerislhalswiiumwgofl here tuwards u 1"
, I looked round towards the shore, and there was
the ta rudest overirrown bear that 1 ever sued in
all my life, swimming1 toward us. It he had
' been weighed I believe be would a weighed every
pound of tour hundred.---: , . I . t '
- I never examined uncle Pete's .lieadphrcnoligi
eallv. and cannot aa? whether" his organ of mar-
cllouness was of extra size or not. Te reader
must therefore bo content with such evidence as
we have with rri-ard to the weight of the bear
and it rests iolclv on uncle Pel' word and judg
meti l. He always sUiod lo it the bear would weigh
' four hundred poumle. ., f , , " '
V And the t truH critter," said onrle Pete, " was
pulling right towards us a fast as h fould swim.
I'd been- so careless! in coming away, ihnt 1 only
took jne small paddle with me," and that was'nt
very good one, and the nld canoe was very heavy ;
so I fcotiuVda the best Lauld,-- the ksr .wfotild
awi.n faster than I could paddle- C I thonght I
could keep him off well en-'u-b'u be rlouJ st
out to meddle with u, so 1 turned the bust and
psddlt'da little towards him. Ijhmj.t that wuwld
make him turn and go o Kut the old savage
kept swimming riiht towar Js n and come up
close to the aide of the cat.oe, and feegua lo ee
his mouth, and show a great npy et of leesb a
ever, you see. lie come up so orar tbst I bit lam
a lick over the heid with a paddle and split it ia
two. & in m ne come ngm at ifte boat ttercer
tliiii 'cverf siiiTjiut "Li pas ruld up iSi tie e de
of it. 1 sprung into the mid He of boat, aad
bore on tother side of it for I knew if I d.Tut be
would pst us ia a-fiiinutS; aoi I tbongbt.1
shoutd'nt ' like very well to have a grapp! arilk
him in the water. So while I was keeping 11
balance of (he boat, the rac!'y old tarroui pal.e
up tother paw and begin to crawl up. 1 conk ol
go to fight him off, for then we should alt go in the
water TtTjrellier. So I had la hold still and see the
great bluck nigger crawl cht up into the but.
lie got prfj near the staroi'nd I stood anont in
Uioiiadio. At soousJie.gA fairly jivba
ed round to me and then he rared right up oat to
his hind Mg and walked towards m as atrai;hi
as a man. , lie was aa tall as I was, ana loosed as
big as a clever young ox. I s(d facing of biro, and
while ! wiis thinking how it was best to give bat
tle to him, he marched straicht n to me, sod put
one paw on my rigftt shoulder, and lotbero any
left I limits I, tins is turn ktie M too
sociable for a at ranger ; and I was just agoin to tell
him hands ofi, when his weight pressing agaiaiat
me made me step back a little, and my beel ketched
against something in the boa', and i foil flat tm toy
back in the bottnm of the twal, and the oM fteor
on top of me.' By this time I begun to think mai
lers was getting worse and worse, and it was time
for me to begin to look about myself. -1 twisted
one way andUotherand we tgae to have cow-wd
arable of a sipinbble; but tlie old trar had aHo-
eether tho a!vantace of me, and I coul ot aeeea lo
dg1wuch.j.r-iff.pvljftld o wry.yck kwff,
tiuii 1 vouid'nt get it mt of n-f porket, all 1 ..could
do. The old bear did'ot seem to be wil'.tn lo wait
fid cive me fuir Blay at all t ihr in a mi not f felt
nun try ma to si ten nu nu-'e ia- ium mv jurearawa.
just as a boy diss his teeth in the aide of a great
apple, . Thinks' I, this never do; swnething nswst
be done pretty quick. I mads a terrible twist, and
drawed my lees up under bki, ami gut so I oold
give push with my feet.anl my knees and bands,
and then all at onee Setched an everlasting spring,
and bow I did it I don't krvt bat omrhow or
other the. bear went ovtrboeH, snd plunged Jiead
jbremost into the water. I u on my frft as
quick as a steel trap. The t.' 1 tear cam ep to
the. top. of-ihe. water and i i; -d. an ! U ed up at
me a minute; hut 1 belie I had foirly LereJ
him out of it. He tarred V t snl swam for lie
bore, mi l..paJJJi!d.Xr. 1,.' v .M tea I ...f v
S tOUse, 1 C- -T'- . Mr T
fWraner, and Lt the fun go.
RETUR-Y.OF THE JEWS TO PAUSTL'
. '. . . . .'
,Manv accounts, receady received, state that
great numbers of the Jews have gnoa to their na-
trvo country, lalestirte. Ilia aumber tw, at at
said, amounts to about 4 J.OUU, an4 u rapi&'Tixa,
creasing by annual addition of this scatlered peo
ple from all ps;rtminrertuv
roarkaWyr Wifiediit isthat givea.iajh
emevtHet tht eepl'ShoiW bs.vsise'iMisi bfr, wvd t
eqiiaily serified in regard W their mora to the U
vr lamv-th twtte " ifxnr aactern nreavaciy ww,
manv hundred vcars driven- - lis preseot apoeor-
ances seem to indicate that tba oar ia oat for dis
tant when the cbosrn, though erring and sWeply
pjini slied peoj1etahBllreyi8it and ceejj BStMij
lion, tlie long forsaken banks of Jordan, where the
Psalmist once tuned his sacred lyre, and uttered bis
prophetic songs, the blighted plain of Galilee j
where once the Savior wended bis way to cheer
the disconsolate i the ruined city of Jerusalem,
once the terror of surrounding nation ; the for
gotten temple, whose wans oooe echoed back the
accent of that voice, which spake as oerer mas
spake." It is by no menus beyond the bounds U
probability, that, era the laps of a few years, tLis
once populous and fertile coaatry, so celebrated ra
th saorwd bistniT, may bm ajraia ocenpisd by its
owners, and agaia the song of praise aweil her
solemn temples to th God of Israel and the Se-
iroftkt world. Dover tTatde. '
A few days ago a -roong tnan, Leopold Desw-
reiix, waa awoke. early in the aaoruMg by the irsxt
of a gentleipafjophirtytrix or forty years of age,
drnssedwitli xr?Cf arej'j.'idwlio ssaded. i tlie
most am raw manner 00 wrtermg ( towoidaf U ae
bad the honor of speaking to M . Lenrnld Heverewi.
lie contimied I ate come, sir, lor the persoa ta
question. V ' V ' - ' ;
hat person, sir i
"The widow uf New Orksn,yoa kaow,sir."
M I do not understand you; there saost be aovae
fiiitake ... : - -
other entleman of tho same age, and dressed with
equal care, smiling also, advanced sayiof, "I era
come, air, for the widowed New Orleans." la
die.iiuddU) of a porplexsd ojoiry r eo IV part f
the young man, afresh um-osutU ne aatoe age,
the. same toilet, and the same smiling sppearsnee,
itrrived. " Have I the bom of .spaakiog to M
Loopold Pevtrmix t I Come, sir, for the widow of
New Orleaus."; ' f.
" Will you have the goodo, gntVmen, te in
form mo what may be lies meaning of this asystiS
cation t". cried 1. Prverenx, rt. "f "'I patieeice.;
H Not at all a mystification, sir ; read this paper,
Lea Pet its Aniches,"and thu article A w
of New Orleans, twenty-five years of age and pos
sessing 60,000 francs a year, desires to, marry
again; she preferaa man wh "
.. " And what have I to d with this widow V '
For further particulars, anp'y to M. Dew
reux. Rue do Buflsuxt, No. 15.' " : '.
" Five other visitor arrived darin this colJoqwe,
and Leopold Devereux had all the tmuUe uaaai
nable to d:fcnd hi hmi-w fr-B the inr.tm it was
threatened with tht day, and several succeeding
lone.- The porter was oU'igM to have reeoe.r"i to
the Garde jilumcipat ; srn. m spue 01 a po-i-
tite ttaiZk!m nseited in tU Tetiu AtSchea, this
rmt of sattdss f the wi.kw of New Ofles.w-ftf.ey
cootmued for oearty a wsrlu It was simply a juke
pSajcd off od M. Dvereox, V. boeer, has not
btem a!vie t EoJ oat the aotW of it.
Ia reoJing "A Fuir to Trxts," sre werstrack
. sri'h the accocint of a adventure, frooa which dm
rvf a polttsctsa Mgkt drai a' awful nral. ir The
. ataxy js uf a yviuf UituZet. mltalmm hiU way4n
. one of tba kwodless prairi of that rfjioo. He
. anen.pl to extrkale hione't by stretching ward
. u aa abri4ea stniHt course ; and, when be has
'posited bis hone. in this maimer for many hours,
ho is at 14 eLeered by eomiBj on the fresh traces
f soother waiurer lik biruHi ill whoso trick he
' Isasleaa to parwa with the hop of speedily fiiuKng
gwdewee sad (uJ of the fettvr of which, he had
' r-y fti lite beg-na to have pressing need. .The
uin v.-nuucv m.u, mum lipitu I ira iiau,
Wit, rv4g eartr, penaaea it with renewed vir,
smtd at bst, aer a long and severe ride, his infn
tote aire-t.r'i&Mnc)""or another
receu trace, which joins that ohich h was follow
in;, lie Leee-t forward, thoagh much exhausted.
nth oisnt.d speed, hot ia still actable to over
tak thoss at'.er whooa he es totting so bard. He
fersew-iea, however, hk one who last hope is
bevovo hiss, hod, ear. asore, whea tho seeottd day
is xrar its ie, tuds a third horse asaas trail, that
has j nad Itv ro! of the tww former. lie isas
torsMbed, but Wul gnea oa, till he comes wpoa some
object which he thinks ho had already sera ; and
lgrvWly sliscpwsthat the first, as wall as all the
' nibsmyiaot, traces were tus owo oncooscmiis wan
derings in the same cobtuued circle '.ColunbU
: ' EJvAwrrl inrr. Cun'oes Trmi titer mtr.
Tbe aavaoEUh Geergua has fouked up he foHowT1
ing sigssficsMst parajfaph ia the LoaJoa Monthly
MsgtTmeefApriLieo: '". -
:-A Resvesrwr Bntwhertsrveatnarvem,
has Vatefr beew cottsaeaeed i Edtabureh by sooto
Ttsseg aw of e masiaing- talentsr-lw oVieT
1. J.D cmih-ltm swlurn f wsaosw, Mr.
BroujHsai, Mr. Iloraerlaad Mr. JefTry, three
eeaouj advocates, together with Mr. Brown, the
wwtbr ofsosxve sng?moa Ousci v atsoos on IJarwm
ZjocxMBia, are tSe critics who have thus underta
ke to direct the taata of their ewootrymetu" -
-. This is all the aotiea that was la tea ia one of
the saost aVe periodicals of thai day, of Ihi1 vaht.
au acq?a.tti te oar cnucai bteratura. , it m
worth aotiwiut became of these five f ouiig meo.
Broegtasa" career aevds no notice. Pmith is at
the hesd of h-f profession as a pu!pit orltor and
w riser bh. " J.f'v i) Lord Advocw of Saifiand,
a:J la snt bfi'! i. it critKil writers of
nswJtra t-ssis.- II b-t ruise- a very h-rS
f " t"'l3 Lll - H SMS I .'.-.-m. W'lVM a-.a' uil
piejene a rvpectabls plaee in the Eepub!ie of
Juetrers. Thee kt k te the exertion of five young
sxsta of bterarw taste, that we ewe the existence of
Use first critical work of any age or coon try; and
o sksabt their very awietatioa a editors of th
Review first pointed out the way to what they sub
erreeotly auaisstsL TLf Clohe. -
Betng b a crowd at the sit -office, and a fellow
xvtagamg -ahjat 4hree htnsli!, tread on your
toSr reStlrr t. fetter
irassdw sSesBlysvl J? 01017
ahwt the first ad Jrv boat cr-vl With
llipci'twxW Tu wiib ie-
gftUul fus, parucaiariy ut ine -a Meg
iace tora ia the satssq'iito bar, and no light to be
bad: . v . "
" Go to the rissitev's Hotel about half past fix.
tasrnrr aa orstinnPe;"1toawd'
follows with CvSows akimbi xooaopnlxmg the imh.
S. B. ! aVxttoae mimita the crasf lefl ; wants
as ti are of coarse rrajfa enooj-h x ourself.
Bay a aew pair of bants for a bait, aoJ get the in
eJegaatly basyutered by the smking of a ft ig atone.
Ge te year reoos for a rieaa pair and find jour
, too awt La giaa t the theatre with the key
ia hi Backet. . . '.
'Set Wa a new sesea dollar umVeOa to trans
act a axoauai hasiasss, and find anane geatlemaa
. ha took at by aatstakr... As si as raiasng hard, nra
bow wt-boai if, and spot! a aew bat.
Stttirt at a taUe enjij tag a gHass of wuie, afol
VW help himorlf in a tumbler ooi of your bottle
retxork that at as foers, and he tells you he pays
fr hts diaaer as wS as yourseIC . U. 1 ou
wbh ie send a gissa to a trwad and find the bottle
av H"lks5 va Caaal afreet and si suiJaa snual
rod ; hat heats asuil fetched op ia t he gutter. N.
0. Every body faugh but yourseIC .
Rse to a sieaaahnaj with aa invportant tetter for
a corresyusleti ; pteaty of mod oa the levee, and
'whea abuax out of braatb ascerUia that she has
left shoal tww aatssatea. N. B. It a clerk f am get
blowing for aot gmwg e-iick' Stkmtyr'i
tVswfttera C"swaerrcB? Ik trttix.
CswfVts la one of Frederic the Great's bat.
tlea, the bnrse esf his aephew was killed by a cao
: aoa bait, aad ii was at first thought the rider was
also afcsisfc - - Ih-!" sawf the Kiag; rMin 4 ly wiflv
osrt at epprn;, ttvne's the Prince of Prus-ia killed;
k u sadi and brufe he taken cttre of I?
. ,1 Ft0m fa MgtjLu xifrrir. "'
Sosars .ieyvdar-Tbere now hve io two
sntte sf this place, a hdy verging aa her 70th
year, who for thirty years and apward, baa not
rusted tin fo tawiw Tlus lady is in g-iod
health, aad stsihts, and has all the comforts of Ida
"abmt her. Wuaio lea asilea of thi Village, there
' t another old Udy wfv ha lived m her present
as-fhWhoi!, for half a ceo!4rr, and never saw
tVigetei-J (AwrMiouae m ber hfe. She also is in
good health, aad could svlj visit the place, if ahe
WMiird to do so. . &ch a want of eunuly, ia per
haps asvparafleled. These term lew certamry do not
inherit that resxh-M spirit of coiiaity, which ia
ceueree ay snoie to ae caaractensxic ot ine sex, posteriiy goes on fur another century, a 11 has
frosa gvassdaioiher Eve. -The wood-man has foil j progressed for the last hundred years, we'll be a
M the forest aroand thensaad tnwe and hamlets nation of paupers. Very little lend in America,
hxve sprang ep tbr.k'y in their fsranity, but they jeveaia th best, will carry more than on crop ot
"" pas '.hem by aathejiie wmdaod regird rtienv; wheat arter its cleared afore it wanta manure
I not. Like a personage celebrated in classic Mary,
are content to dell on their own ground,
" Alotig the cool swnestered ! of litV-, .
, They keep the noless tenor of Uiclr wsy.'
Theory of, StomM. Professor Espy has lately j
verified the corrector ss of hi ingenious theory of '
storais in a conclusive manner. The J'lul lcljhia
IiKpirer says:' It is wo'thy of remark that lust ;
tmmtVrtfileisQt Ejpy atafd. that a atorai .wt rati!
ging in the Imiiu.lo of Charleston, S. C. Tho
staiemenl was recorded in one of the Insuranco
U'.fiees of this city, as the Prnsidi nt 1ms publicly
declared. 'Several days afleraarJs tbe 'Southern'
mail brottglit tntelligenco folly verifying the user .
tion. The matter has been cireuiinstanliatlv tnib.
iisoea in several o our newspapers. . ;. .
SIXrPY HOLLOW IN THE OLbiCN TIME?.
I Washington Irving in the last Kuickorhicker,
has three or four articles all in its very bent vein, f
I and amonihenj.t dejcrijitiau of iiUM'py Wfowritt-rr-
Hte tttUercM era of its history. 1 lie fire or in, " v ' v
dolenre is ghoed, apparent! in the following pic i
tureof the ancient inhabitants of that spell bound ' , -regioni..
"The hollow at Ilia liinu was inhabited by fam- :
ilies which bad existed tlaro Trom tlie earliest 4 .'
times, and which by frequent kitermarriage, had "y
become so interwoven, as to make a kind of natu "
raj commonwealth. As thu families had grown- -
larger, the forms had grown smaller, every new f . .
generation requinng a new subdivision, and few -, i
thinking of swarming frotaihe RaUveditTe. In
j this way, that happy goUro mean bad been produ- .
fWifl mBCU ixioiicu uj lac pi;is, in wimvh mere-
wai no fnhf iaadrtt)ryJttfft..iIfer .1 One Jhing w 4 jzJL,
which doubtless contributed to keep up this anna. '
ble mean wwsa gone ml renunanco to sordid labur. -
TTio sag mhiibilants of ijleepy Hollow had read in
their bible which was the onlv b-iok thev studied."
that tabor was originally . lnlliCtfid upon man as a - -, .
pnthwiul;Hifttlicy.wrtigard't'd .it "tlifcrenMe"-'!""" :J-'7
o.r pious aiuuorreuce, auu never uumwaiea ltivnu. . : . ..
stHresloit but b case of extremity. There seem '''
eoV-ia tact ts be a-ieegue indTovftiwit SjHitlivt It;
through th Hollow, as agmnst a common enemy.
Was any one compelled by dine oeccasity, lo" re-
EVl his boose, mend his fences, barn, or get in a "
arvest, h considered it a great evil, that entitled - V 1
him to call in the assistance of hia friends. " He s "."";
accordingly proclaimed a u bee," or rustic gather-' '
ing; whereupon all hia neighbors hurried to hW-,
aid like faithful allies attacked the task with the
desperate energy of lary men, eager to ovarcomc
a job, and whea it was accomplished; foil to eating
and drinking fidJIing and dancing .for fery joj- Hint ;.V.;
so great an amount of htbor had been vuuquitihed """T"
with so litil sweating of the brow. f . .
- "'Yet-let itnol be supposed that thiVworthy com. -wwsnrT
ww wrtfxwt it ' rw'n t:f aHufii!V:ii"fiilv."'
it Owl 1H X Q! WiiJ v ri flj ff; ItM
ley, and all Sleepy Hollo- wa wtdo awake in aa
instant. Th pigeon seaaon had arrived I Every to
gnn and net wa forthwith in requisition. The - .
flail was thrown oa the floori the. snada ruitud in . l- ,"1
the garden; the plough stood idle iu the furrow" S
every one was to the hill aids and stubble fwrd al ,
day break, to shoot or entrap the pigeons in their
perioriirV smgtiotie. -- rrrz .JU, 1.-. . ..-
JSo, likewise, let but the wMd be efJhjUilui
'lK4Tw.re 'ascen3iiig"'lhe (imlson, and the worthies
of th Hollow were lo he seen launched in boat
Dpoo. iha river f i ttiug. grei taks, sh4 teirh -t---.
m thwf tet,'-fi"ie-tngifttttrpwcrtwbTiSTl
sero.twatrMinii jSJot grew ftuitoy anctt of iulvu-
gawrsTSach tnbv wisa:x-roiMoni3rfTfiir
by whirh she eo-ialrxes ho man fIarrt.lf:fA laggard
the fowling piece and nsUing net ; and whenever a
maa ie aa indifferent farmer, he hj apt In ha a first
rate sportsman. For catching shad and lid pi.
gfs there were, qojiethjnughaut aba.countr-Me
compare with the lads of Sleepy Hollow. .:
The following ia extracted from that amusing
publication, ia Clockmakeri
The bane of this country, Squire, and indeed,
ot America h bavin too much land they run over
snore ground than they can cultivate, and crop the ' r
the. land so severely thai, ibeyuu it out . A very ,
Urge pert ion oCtand in America has" been run out hyT"
repeated grain Crops; and when you add ihaf to "
land naturally too )upr to bear grain, or too broken 1
for cultivation, you will find this great country in a
fair way too bo riiinedX'Tbe State of Vermont
has aothia' like the exports if used to haves ana'
a plaguy sight of young folks come down. to Bos
ton to hire out as helps. The two Carolina and
Virginia are euvsisd with elwws tlml have htien
given op as ruined, and many other States. We
hav'ut tlie surplus of wheat and grain we used lo
have ia the United Slates, and it never will be so -pleeiy.
again. Thal'o tlie rewsee ymi trear of fol kr
claarta' land, makin' a farm, and seJliu fl again,
and goia further into the buh. They've oxliau-.
ted it, and find It easier to clearTiew iandx than"
lestorw the old. A great deal of Nova Scotia is run
at f'and if it warn't for the lime, marsh-mud, sea '
weed, salt sand.and what not, they've got here ia
such qusntitics.'lhere'd be no cure for it. It takes
good formin to keep aa upland l-atiwi in order, I
tell you and make it sustain itself. It takes more '
to fotch a farm too t hut's hsd that giiiard taken,
out of it thao it's worth. If actually frightens me .
when I think your agriculture in pritian is pro.
gressin and the land better tilted every day, while '
thousands npoo thousand of acres with us are
turned into barren. No traveller aa I've seed has
noticed this, and our folks are not aware them
selves of th extent of the evil. Squire, you and I
won't live to tee it t but if this awful rabbin' of