Jl JU..m in advance
her,) for any.Sbutberh. frre :
crat, nor for any - Northcja
hJ 33 ceoU lor faqi u;ith t -: - , -t ,
a 'AGRIGlPLTU-tfJi. -r
eludes io' faIl iti' jrancics, a knqjvledgo a8 ex.
t.n,Ue.aml 'a uTiciik completely lo master,
inany of ff.k .rn' professions." It is a
:;h"il.f cnt.riua!,y jrf iesf i-alions,
and within fc"9'carsP 8,nco mc o..iCi.mig
'.'.iJUivftn tfceir attention to it as a science, ma-
n! v .: . , i i
'1..BRUNER '& JAMS," - ; i-- ' !
V r-. ' r iTi ' l i Kekp a check rrox ali
f r laitors arPropnetors..: : t ; t I t sate.'
i RCXEES Do THIS.AXD
NUMBER 20, OF VOLUME III.
AMSBtiRY, i ERIDte-'dCTOBER 23, 1846.
br I know that I am yet in my horn.tocdc in
the science; of aricu
peihec as any of the
The New Orleans Delta of the 2d insti
says: " The Patria ofjypsterday publishes
a letter from a new correspondent at lia.-
. ... 4 ' ! J
lure, wnicn js as mucn a
learned professions ; tut
whilb I survey even my unskilfully cultivated
fields, and enjoy the happy feeling9.whic1i it in.
vfryliiw wrii hive' attained that perfection I spires, I am overwhelmed with gratitude, to my I yaha, dated Sept. 22, in; which an extract
n a. leiier irom iuexico 10 a rcsptrumuc
merchant in Havana." ii civen. j The let
ter from Mexico is dated Sept! 4, and Js
said to have been forwarded by one of the
United States men-of-war, on the 6th or
7th. We suppose it was the Princeton, as
she was the last vessel that left Vera CruzJ
ny ar? the advance's Which have tycen made t.tf.
vaiicvating i to a tandard-ivjhich it justly
desefvesi ; There; are tt.whtle?s ;raany who are
kr AkeilJd ji slme of its ramijficationi,' but
whicl places thcjn heyond the point of being Maker who has so (Clearly inacaled that true
litihf ;It is a pursuit which ott-rs the liberal ! felicity consists in obejdience to his wj, In acts
rmindfprtn,'f rr rcscMrch and experinsents of benevolence, in suDdumg and cultivating the
' Whff Ure-'.demed! ;hin : in almost every other ; "' m i suclr avocations as.arp caiculatecl
hrancii of scieiice.i If be turns h s attention to !: "4kc us wiser and "erinen ? pointing to
iiewtlftcrmu'cb Iscvcrp toil an(i labor, he is f the gardens of EpicuandoTShestODe, rathi.
oonit -to!met- with, disappointment, having' thdn the Jjloody fields of Artelajand ot Aus.
h bcifectioji to which the science 4eriuz. i JonN P. Jones . 4
learned thai trie nciiecnoji to wtnc
has already! aitafiipd leaves no room for his" re
searches ;But(1e himjdevote hisj.ciithusiastic
toil to rtgricOltref and ifjhc does tool make some
important discpvpry, he jmny go, far towards ar.
rancirU thlc thousand !ifcordan( facts which
Tvptail, New Ilandhtr co., N. C.
have been banded ilown from timo mmemorial.
It ft to to regrctteil that thercjis not among
the ma britt of farriers, a more inquisitive spirit
irj rega d to t he nature ofjthe objects with Which
thy aft so Intimately connected, and from which
they eirectio derive, not only their subsistence,
lot lhr hope of j gain. 1 he leading object of
Agricdllure,' Is to: increase the quantity, and jm
vrore ihe qtialityj of thoproduclions of the soil,
other Vorda, u4th tho greatest profit, without
trihiB the soil. In order to acco
MEXICAN AFFArRS SANTA ANNA
of theinoment, and; make his appearance in
Mexico wilh the olive' branch arid a .pacific
couHfenance.The people will the a raise the
cry lo admit him--to hear his prondliliorls; and
the remaining troops, who by that time will have
takejti warning by experienctR!from their lost
'comrade s, finding their force and number con
siderably reduced, will have neither valor nor
spir t enough, to oppose the will of the people ;
and then Santa Anna, taking good advantage of
this portunity, showing his influeiice and in.
telligent tactics, will obtain new allies, and nu
merps'tsympathies,, by aiding the wishes of all.
Anidjlhe will 'then cause it to bexplained, (in
his!cp3tomary stjle, we suppose,) that Hs cok-
this, wej niust resort to i jex peri merits, and here
" I rn opens a wide and extensive field. In con-
sequeoce oiinc greai viariciy 01 sous, expert
mcnutih dillerent kindi, though nearly of the
same niture, will not prtnluce likej results. '
Thai jeadlng1 principles of agriculture are ev
er thefsttnio animal anid vegetahle matter, af
ter decomposition, furiiiah food for plants, while
heat, air, and moisture, Hid in nulritton.
rhci 3 is nothing practically eonsjdered.which
has d(iie mnre' toWards improvingthe minds of
; a. 1 1 1 ; . . . .
i tna6nty ot Tarinf rs, than the circulation ot a
well cooduclcll agricultural paper, jit is a means,
whcn;icontnbuteof jo by jable and practical far
nuersV'Vy which eyfjry man may derive new and
tiieluV: inforniatioh ItslicontentSjare made up
of th result's of jtlC most careful observation,
so furnishes a com.
foif farmejrs to communicate and
and cptUUts in tfsclf of $ general storehouse of
knowledge irom wnicn an mayo
Why is it that such a vast amount of money
is annually paid by this to foreign countries for
this article, when we j have a soil and climate
so admirably adapted for its production ? : There
is no good reason why we should import mad
der, any morjs than thai we should import wheat,
pork, or cheese. It N one of the most sure and
profitable crops to which the American fanner
can turn his' attention ' It is not subject to be
destroyed by-frost, droujth; insects, or farm stock.
The fiemahd1 for it is increasing in the same
ratio. ivith our manufactures
James Eaton, of Wlnfield, Herkimer county,
has cultivated madder for 18 years. He has
madder of three year's growth planted at the
rate of 1.500 bills to he acre, thai will yield,
if dug the present fall over 3 lbs. to the hill ;
this He will not t dig tall a year irm this fall,
when it will yield 4 lis. or over to the hill.
Hehas other madder which at 4 years growth,
will yield 64 cwt. to the acre, merchantable
madder. Jt may be well to give notice tothe
readers of the Cultivator, that he will be able
to met orders for seed the' present fall. It will
be sold, boxed, and delivered at Utica, at $2.
50 per bushel, lit requires 6 bushels to plant
ah acre. Plant on rich, mellow, dry land. An
acre of madder, properly cultivated, and of fbur
years growth, at $16 per cwt., the price he
has obtained for his will amount to over 8900.
early in September. 1
We here give the translation of the ex
tract, which will undoubtedly be perusejd men
with interest by the generality ot our rea-: amj
ders: '' M
; " Gen. Santa Anna has at last arrived hert.
I informed you in my last letter, that since hts
arrival at Encero, he has been assiduously occu
pied in directing manoeuvres extremely strange
and mysterious to those who are not well in
formed of the meshes in w hich this affair is en
tangled. Gen Ampudia -the. ' last card of the
pack," we may say, in speaking of Mexican
Generals has been charged with the chief
command of the defending army or rather the
parallel division which is the best name we
can give to the troops gathered for the purpose
of marching against the invading North Amen-
' . We have before' publiihi. S
ing extracts from English Jouh:
ing overour Tariff of hui it v i
harm to republish them ,d -Li:
benefit this Democratic ineas irc i
ed to conft-r upon English, arl 1 s .
that country sustained bv a ph '
judiciously discriminating with k
. .v"w"'iieraent ot American i:
a he Count de I'ans on Monday entered on which party in'-the 'country jo ' '
his ninth year.;: According to the law of sue garded as favorable to Britii i i
cession to the tfrrone, his Royal Highness will 1 that which supports' the forriVr ,
aJL!jri ? 4e 24!) S advocating the latter? OfcoL. t
Vr J"uus rrmce enjoys good neaitD,in tall Tor mer ; and
nil arret an, J .r t ... - i ... . T
-0- 'csemoies in icaiures nis lamented 1 tinctinn l
father. HUt : - 1 ' OI
- -v-auuu uns uecii iiiuai tarr luuy Mvppn tht
attended to, and he
as me uemocratsstartc
Dritish" and Aijicrl
nftrliao C l t n . t .
pinnia himplF trdh la. f : .1 . . . . . . ?'.'
rility in German, .Sp priclv BoW . I
" pnci now, .and submit to be rV.:
; ish Democrats, favoring a "jJr;.
riff." , j
were to make paece, since the mo- Beaufort,
he saw it teas too late to make amends. ! Certie
overthrow the enemies of the nation, when aea
had once been allowed to advance so far at 5runsw,tck
the cothmeiicement. 1 n.i..
receive instructiun. thus enablin? them to nrofit
by the fcxperieuce 'of each other. Among the
list brSgricultural papers, none rank higher j(or
have a greater cilcolation.) than too Cultivator,
andjd s only regrettedl that it dies not make
it friendiyv visits in,or6 frequently.
nnddLbfrt, Vt. July, 18 16.
A pood povz. A correspondent at Lyons,
N. Y, informs us that he has a cow from which
was made ( thirteen pounds of butter in 1 week
(fr6m'0jthj:t9 16th j June.) Her milk was"
grassfeedjply,and no extra painsj were-taken
with Ihe milk. He further states that on the
20th of June, the milk yielded by this cow
weighed sixtv-one and a half pounds. The cow
ran in a red-clover pasture. She! was, got, by
a Durham bull, and 'her dam was a mixture of
It I ;l " i . . " 1 ,m ! . it 1
uoiyemess ana xeeswaier wood, i
cans. Ampudia must be utterly ignorant of
the complot in which he is at present mixed up,
because ho is not a very brave man, and it isr
believed that neither for money nor glory would
he expose himself to undergo imminent peril.
In fact, I believe, that with the exception of
three or four of the most elevated men among
tKem, Gen'ls Santa Anna and Almonte, all the
Mexicans are ignorant of this plot ; and eren I
would not know it myself, if an extraordinary
circumstance had not presented itself to afford
me the means of being initiated into the secret
machinations. ; x
; " Gen. Santa Anna obtained from the Gov
ernment of the United States a passport, or safe
conduct, in-order that Commodore Conner,
should not prevent him from landing at Vera
Qruz. Thi3 passport was 1 given under condu
tions and arrangements, of character extraor
As far as I have been able to learn, Gen.
A rather novel decision was come to two days
ago by thd civil tribunal of Paris, on an appli
cation made by a female for a separation from
her hiisbanc, an oculist of some celebrity, but
who. has no fixed residence. The ground on
which! the wife htied for a separation was that
the bdsbandhad not provided for her a domicile
conjugal, as required by law. The husband j Currituck,
met the deni and first by stating that his prac- Uavdon,
ticeilay indifferent parts of France, and that he j Sav!?'
n, ,, , . , , , Duplin,
was compelled tqiravel from place to place, but j Edfecomb
that his wib could find at the hotels at which j Franklin,
he put up a the advantages of a fixed domicile ; j Gates,
and, secondly, that hs he and his wife were for
eigner's,! and their marriage had taken place at
Parma, the French tribunals were not comne-
tent. to entertain the question of separation. Halifax,
TheJ tribunal considered the claim of the wife to j Haywood,
a fixed domicile to be well founded, but declar- 1 Henderson,
'ed that, before a separation can be legally pro- j Hertford,
.uouhced in France, it must be granted by the ; Hyde,
tribunals of the country in which the marriage ! Iredell, ;
had taken place. Considering, however, from Johnston,
the debendant state of the wife uoon the husband 1 Jnes,
that! she might not have pecuniary means to
prosecute her demand in Parma, the Court order
ed thej husband to pay to her immediately a sum
of lj500 francs, and to make her an allowance,
at therate of 1500 fiancs a year, for her sup
port until the question shall be decided.
' The culture of rice has been tried on the salt
grounds at the mouth of the Rhone, and has
succeeded penecwy. i his culture possesses
II, L. Sheldo.
I M ltROV VM K N T O F WORN OUT SOILS.
1 ' r
-.From the Cultivator.
Tlckkh As every one has his own pe-
rutiarjtnrtibnsj I have thought I would give you
my expe rience! 011 the improvement of poor land,
Abuuj lw'eivo months ag, I read a work on
calcaitiJdus manures, by Mr. Ruffinr of Virginia.
k well as I recollect,, the authoJ lays' it down
as a fundamental axiom, that pdoi- land cannot
bepernianently improved by putrescent manures
ione llv nns mounted on a favorite hohbv.
.ill- .1 ' J 1
tspecldlly if he ambles pleasantly and willingly,
we are Moo (apt 1 spur, and flog the: beast to
m with which this
Santa Anna has engaged with the Government j the faculty of rendering the ground fit for any j xorihainpton,
of the United States, to manifest publicly, that j othelr klnd fcroP- Onslow,
New Hanover, 293
i ' :
he prosecutes the war with energy ; but, at the l.he rich convent ot fcervites, near l'rague,
f 1 nas lately been destioyeu oy nre. oi a sin-
OI ; ' 5 , f . . 1 .1.11.11
gie poor 01 us extensive ana vaiuauie iiDrary
same time, all his movements, and every one
dcatliif I Surh'iri .lllA
Tery respectable.! author! lias cot
boudt 01 calcareous manures,
PQe to undervalue all others.
Mo eytor ho has 'fallen In
1 . , ; v-j
I TiiE Marriage Qoestion. At the recent
sessibribf the Presbytery of Fayetteville,
at Tlrzah Church, in this county, the long
pending case of the Hev. Mr, McQueen,
who vas suspended in 1841 from the func
tions ofsthe Ministry and from the! Com
munion of the Presbyterian Church, for
marrying the sister of his deceased wife,
again came; up, and by a majority of four i
votes the Kev. Uentleman was restored to j
his former position tjn the Church. jA pro-
test rid Complaint however, were; enter
ed by a portion of the minority,! under
which the case was carried up to the Syn
od of North Carolina, at its session at
Greensborough last; week. Fay. Qbs.
Uc Cause of all MischTeJ.his is a
random paragraph but like a ball sent a
mong nine-pins, it may, or may not, hit
something or somebody. People miy talk
of tile Sword the Pen the Press-! there
lo, and without at all 1 is nothing in this world that does so much
his operations must be, by pre-arrangement
with the Government of the United States, con
ducted in a previously understood manner. For
could be saved.
A! IfrltafA lplfpi tC 1 A 1 .tli iillimn civa
"The? last accounts from Jerusalem. represent JandoIph,
this purpose the Mexican Government will em- ; u Palestine to be a-prey to the horrors of fa- j JJichmond,
ploy its officers and chiefs, of interior military ; in me, caused by the rivers and streams being J uufu"
character, and, if it should be possible, the troops ; dried up. At Salet many persons had already j Rockngham,
of less value and importancewith them, in or- P from want of food. ow n
Aniong the scholars who distinguished them- s1mnenn
astride of his
that he jls dis-
It is an amia-
tjnuewating the truo, value of bisl favorite man-I mischief as the Tongue. Therefore, a
yret(ire)youthe're8ultof my own experience. ) vvys I
About;ight .yeixrs ago, I begnn to practice ! of L ho.n vou m,e8k. ,0 whSlt nni
der that it may be impossible for them to devise
plans or effect measures that could be detrimen- s.e1 at th Iat examinations at the school of ; Stani y
i... TT .. . r 1 itne'rreres ues n.poies inretiennes at 1 'assy Stoke
tal to the Army of the United States. Quarrels ; j ,1, k ,ui rf:i:i, oioKes,
J 1 was Charles Marie Ab-del-Kader. ol Miliaria!.. s.
nnrl cL ! rm! cVf.a will f li- o ri1nfo linlwddn KnlVi r .1. . A 1 l.rr II . .1; . '
o....... ..... v - v.. . nepnqw oi uie grcui ivrao cniei. lie uisiin-
parlies," but they will be so conducted on the i guished himself in sacred history and the histo
part of Mexico, that no result favorable to the ry of France, gaining for the first a prize and
cause of Mexico will follow Horn them. ; second an accessit-
"Through these operations, Mexico will lose The Dutch have recently proclaimed Sam
several tliousdnds of her inferior soldiers and ba fd Pontiana, on ihe Island of Kalamantan,
.u mi t .1 c 1 c m 1 1. 1 audi Ilhio, on liattam, to be free ports. A ru-
thus nrwill be partly freed of the plague which i. i i . ,u . a
r J 1 , r mor,?moreover, has reached LiUrope that the
j fs hnawing at the vitals of the country. r- oiuecas arc immediately to be placed in the
j "The party in the secret of affairs, seeing same category ; and if so, we may perhaps say
I these results, and convinced, at last, that the ; that the state of things contemplated by the
j United States troops will triumph, they will : liri Plenipotentiaries who signed the celc
. .1. 1 i- r.u . v . . . brated treaty of 1824 has been at length in a
rrm f rv the Itnlint Incut it la iit nnn VAn ttnt wr l ' a 4 ;
, . , r i great measure realized. .
prosecute the war- with! that Republic, and it i : ' ,
ii .1 i . t j -1 ii .u if Tiie League. l he League, having accom-
, , ' . i, i plished its primary object by the repeal of following paragraph, from the latest num
nan rnnrc Ihfit an a mien lil arrnnfrpmnnl i i . . 1 1
From London Tim' , i
The passage of the Tariff ir) t! - 1
States of America, of which ahvi-
f- j just come to hand, may be n -32
THE MOST IMPORTANT Ml: a:
25 ; as aflecting,the interchange of i!..
421 tion and manufactures' of ?tbc; two
350 r tries, WHICH HAS OCCUIlhl) .
391 THE PERIOD OF THEIllj HWl
r;.;TION. It,is,aImost impossible 1
! ate the effect it will have upo-
ufacturing industry of this co
gland) when we take into consul ('
84 I Va.1 ln spite o'tb- prohibitor Tari.
330 i United States has been the rao.it i
99G ! ia,u oui-ei ior our manufactures
ny years past. j f '
From ihe Slanchewrr GaarJhn.
The favorable commercial Incv.
the United States, has at a'l jeve:.
onjy checked the downward tr:.uh i,
has existed for the last three or! four v.
but it has made the market v;hat j..
called firm, whilst in printing dbtb
3 19 quality; there is an advance, i!.l.
917 ; -iuionc. ;
1394 From the Liverpool Standini.
C37 j The new TarifT of the Unite 1 v
393 j although still highly protective cf
69U live industry ot the country, i$ a :
330 . which will be recieved with I.I ;
SATISFACTION by the British :i :
and Manufacturer. '
. "The general effect must bi to i:
the value of the American market t
I BRITISH MANUFACTURIvit, v !
may ARREST THE PRO(Jl!X
THE PEOPLE OF- TIIE ZA1 .
STATESin M ANUFACTURIM"; :
notwithstanding the large ma'rgirt c
tection (25 per cent.) still left tLcrn.
t . ' t
439 i 7 ,
1035 1 e knon Jcw'h Chronicle f Jo:. :
93 publishes the contents of an inlereiti: -
352 trotn Jerusalem, llie brethren oilLct
it seems, are to bo hunted out, and f r t!
pose the Jews of England inteod U c
hearty co-operation with those settled i:i
lauds. On the 16th of May a lejtcr an.
London from the Synagogue authorities c
petb, saying that in consequencj cf j:. .
information having reached them as tot;.
try where the brethren of the teji tril cs
be found, a resolution was immediately :
to elect from among thcircongrcgatii n :.
ready and capable (or a mission 1j thai c
They appeal to the Jerusalem Jvs f.r
eration and also to select in Jcrutilciix
! the.Senardim fPortumiese Jews, an
the Ashkenaism (German and
and to send the three messenger! to-:
182 will have to travel several montlusth
moua deserts. I !
It is said that these ten tribe
4 . empire of their own King, and
on tin old field containinsr
orneQ,artts of barren sandl
Vsnn ia the eomposition of the soil.
r.i ...... - .1 t
o I i hf lift a trrtiiKioo i:r v i r
e ISC n it n n 1 1 t mniv . . ! il '. '
.mtuvij, mule aiiuuyiug man: great mis-
42,586 39,433 34,156 40,129
Graham's majority in 1844, is 3,153. In
The state of things announced in the
:pie v. .
li . .
I lnif ntwio A .1 l l
;f f -Ti'vi j . iv ( , "i i " ; , '"HUHC8. mu huw many mcKenngs, vex
sajr luai nvp oui eis oi corn to the acre ; ations and contentions would be avoided,
tne corn laws, is now aevoung us. expirinri cn- wnr,u f T ,vw T?M rifii
should be entered into, which will be done .in a ercies to realize a handsome provision for its ,. , 1 , , .. .
Santa leaders. The chairman has had 10,000 vo- a "piCu, v.i0 H,CV'U'U"5
ted liim from the funds remaining, and a sub- OI mose practical statesmen wno.in Lon-
manner prof table to the United States.
Anna's responsibility will be covered by this i
quantities of ammunition. They
stature, and have altogether an
1 ance. They arc generally occ
study of Kabala, are strictly rel
' wealthy, being in possession
mines. They do not permit a U reir
tie among them ; even the sojou n cf a f
can be obtained only by the ayni?i.
enormous lax, with the cxcepticfii of I-;
who are received as friends, p?rmi'.tc
side among them, and are altogether x
ed as their own brethren. . These Uv:
authorities in Jerusalem have ccn-
Fould be the maximum iinder tlin 1pkI rnltiva. . if npnnl wnnlt nnlu rodnnt n r . I, . ,
"on ljoruered Itock to be ri2H ly kept otu It I speaic. bomehodV has remarked.
act; treaties will be lormcd, and a settlement ; Mrjcobden Mr. Bright is unwilling io be the Administration from the effects of its expense, which so long a journey c
of affairs will follow the result of which will j 0vfirirtnkP(i Friend Rrirht. however, is little own wilfulness for we cannot attribute ; . Boslo Tni
for gress and elsewhere, endeavored to save mission, though they will have io incur
Friend Briirht, however, is little own Willulness lor we cannot attribute
that ' ke that Santa Anna will bc appointed President likely to obtain the money he so eagerly desires. ! the persisting in the Subtreasury plan
clotbddjtselftha first vialr in a fi.v sirklv wifn i God has niven two eves, two ears, nnl nnn and Dictator of the Mexican Republic for?a ; His subscription, according to present appear- wholly to ignorance in forcing its odious
llbci cultivated it in Jnm 'ftntl after hiihi.r tongue, in order that we may see and hear term of eight or ten years : and Mexico will be ai wiil Prove a failure. i hard-money schemes through Congress at
on tM land, cut down the stalks Jnd shucks and ; twi6c as muc as we speak. Verb, sap.
iecesj g ving it twelve inaleign Register.
rnonHs tuU rcult,
I tleli :ailioWed thi
0 sarnie plan o
-J - . j t i
r cutting down i thatCounty, who it appears was armed i
t T 7 j.. n it? , ...
li Ii I I 1 ill Mil I II I jIUIIfST Y V nona. Ihnt v.-t
growtti ot, vyeeds. I acain culiivated in nwl
T I I. . I I -'-T - . v.ati ....oi, v u iiivii. ill luc VUUll-
crop much better, but still producinir I tv of Pprnnimnns. rnnfrbf mnnwnwU,..,
S.Mn or bight buLhels per acre. ! the property of Mr. Wilson Mardre of nexed 10 lhose e North American Repub
under the immediate protection of the United
States, and by them will be protected. The ef
fort will be made to keep things in this state
during Santa Anna's life, so that after his death,
several States maty be formed, which will be an-
A letter from Leghorn of the 22d inst. states
that the shocks of earthquake had ceased.
The accounts received there from various quar
ters carry the number of deaths to seventy, and
that; of the wounded to one hundred and eighty.
Above four thousand persons have been depriv
ed of shelter by the falluig of their houses.
New and Valuable Discoyr.uv
naru-money scnemes mrougu ' liced yesterday the discovery of a irw
the very moment that it was itself about alion Jb Dr. Morton which iriltenK-!
it 1 a 1 a . i L Vii TW a- t J . J '
noouing me country whu .irF,caCu. . rr- n of lnose xvy0 ar
ting only the credit of the government : ,'undergo painful ..operations in srr:cry :
Nat. Int. i j tistry, as well as to facilitate tip wo:!.
"The Financial Officers of the govern- tors. The effect of this new dUr.-.
em into a siaie i i :
ApA thft mnnnv mnrlfrt throw the pall
. . , nr1 wh a unconscious, an v oocra.i i
! Subscriptions for the relief of the sufferers have V i tK nl .till riVnvrnmZn Pormed without occasioning (pa
; Kf nrtnA nA i,a dranri n..L-. Karl auu u..-. O " ' "
V?mm insed l-Wltb' knffe, and.mnicUdsevenx. wounds . " The Caiinias vvi,. fcecpme separated, ; ! 11 credit is very low. Treasury notes. re ,,
"fJPrr9efuu,y towards the last of winter I ' wniCh are considered mortal,) upon the 1 the very moment. Extraordinary privileges; 1 4 or 5Trrctrliscount,and cannot be cash- ' f.hl. most extraordinary disco'crv at t!
plovrfrd in tbo weeds. .1.-
iu corn, ine crop yicid.rtj ien boiliPl
. -L'-t'- - f.i.i r r.. i T r--
.Sa,a cur qown ine stp,, ich w
in the sorinff nlanted
per acre , , 1. anA wmrld r,;.. n .,n:i 1.
.w.T; ..vvtiu lljy giic. up until uc was
will be granted both to the commerce and the j
inhabitants of the Union- emigrants from
weeds i plow-
person of Samuel Evans, one of the men
engaged in4aking him j he resisted to the
1 QlfllAe IIT ill a invitarl l twA .... a y4.r!
chnr; fur rrr .1 1 . . p , .1
" . . J r1 "lv Imr, le result 01 ; and after all t. s ;mnnrtant arrj;nrrr.
, ...... w
AVhen the troops were called out on the 28th . ef jn large quantities at that rate. The
which was a wound with some "fifteen
bucU-shot, bujfc it is thought that he will
recover. Of Evan's recovery, we under
stand there is no hopej he having been
the abdomen, which rendered his intes
tines visible. ; He is under medical treat
ment Edenton Sentinel. !
jucceeded by a dense growth
uwm a as oercioiore, ana planted on hnlf
lo Bideh'corn,the other half our common corn
uuce--uaaen conn Ml uusheu per Mr
. . , , . T , " v mumuq mbii
common do,,; 12 bushels peraire. Again cut literally qut through in the lower part of
mo siiks, wnicn aiioraed.an unusual par-
litter to spread over the llnd ; and while
I ra now writini I never saw A more luxuriant
iTlh of rich weeds. 1 i intfenf planting again
0 cra,the ensuing spring, and tnay reasonably
ctilate't on ; arrincrease ot orle-fourth of the
Crof. ; And here Vou will pardon me (br a little
to0itin2, which I
.7" not at all out of place. .:-
Uer Toil liL '1
. ; y ; iim ictu meu irom uiicr
f Ut7 tnJ made productive, i.nd this' too by
1 j- "i . "j .vACfiso ekiu or'iaausirT.
om the I ulimo to disperse the rioters who had attacked Subtreasury law is openly and frequently
rer ! a biker's shop at Vienna, the crowd was so violated in many respects by public ofli
iex' compact that it was. impossible to penetrate cers an(j lhe present condition of affairs
i without causing great disaster.
ments and services rendered, prepared by the j ma the commandin
benefactor of his country, Gen. Don Antonio ' cessl.the means used
r rwF Ac Santa Ar.o ,:ii .:.k .i.. lie sent tor a nre e
of Dr. Morton one eveninjr las; uce.
tly ; ce rated tooth was extracted from lie
an individual without giving him t.;
airs nam. lie was put into a kind oi
abundant supply of
such effect that in
"During the terra necessary for the proper ; pers$d in every direction.
ireasu're FouiJ.-i-The Barnstable Patriot
sa t lwo men belonging to Nantucket discov
e red, on , ihe shores of that Island, a few days
aliejar unusually low ebb tidei a cask, the
heading showing itself a little above the surface
of the water, which they found, on extricating
u, .ru, ,.s oeu, io contain 5000 Spanish dollars.
" thought to be a part ol the cargo of a brig
wrecked at that place mnrft 'tVi-in fiftao
settlement of all these operations, it is agreed
that the principal ports of the Mexican Repub
lic will remain under blockade by the U. States
squadron, to keep alive and increase the disgust
and loathing which it must naturally bring up
on the sacrificed people, and this will serve the
purpose considerably of getting tho sufferers. to
declare, in Jfavorof.a ne w revolution, and a pro
nuhciamento against the war.- - And at that tim,
an Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-
tentiary will be in readiness to take advantage
Ill lula uiicw- ..;u ., . 1 . U i.umhiiiT k. mir a tinrimn.nl Ihn nrni rn.i tun. I..
IUI L1UI V i:AIHM' LII.IL IIXILl UUIIIUU.. ua"" .ivy.. v. r t '
g officer adopted with sue- T . w t.-rr-.t ,,ut ;t ,tprlv im. of which lasted for about tbrei r: it
crkiinA VPfi rc acrr in I ari ... ' . . I a 1 M.Mu a ttr-irt t
. J ? ' practicable to carrV out the hard money minuic, jusi ion- cuu v.-
ncrine. ana. as mere . ... ....... .i . . 1 ti. . . ifttind io miikt.1 a '
- j a. i ; - ftKMV w w n .- viv . ii l e: as - r
water, it was. played with PTO cana u is pr, oMion fn lfcc. of surgery aid ,r:
a few minutes the rioters uis-1 "om.j mi . . lUlpv nton Transcript. !
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PTaln TalkiSL. B. Lbwry, of Craw-
Large Ear of Corn. lit Jc"-
The EmDeror of Russia has addressed a re-
scritrt; to the nobles of E-thonia, expressive ot iiam .-iL ""J";.- i rlA: near Tort Tobacco,!;
. l lL . ; - . ? i. i, .Urirpd rom th lorcl rniiniv. I a., iuc lcuiuvmw .i.i.i..i.v o . ,
ine pausiacuon mai uc u. - . . - r. ; , .v. rMti,. r lh l'cru i
readiness with which they have come torward lor Congress in me zsz n snown uJC x.j-. ---- ,
td promote his views for the amelioration of the trict, in a letter gmngihis views on the Times an ear of corn raised .
condition of. the peasantry. ! Tariff, says :M Should Irecetve the inom- havin5 on'jt ovcr one tbousir 1 r:
a !JkiL .t. MU nrt AliTsbiir rai marl have " . . . .
eu AV iiu iue luuun." - '--o . e
heen covered with a coating invented by Pro
LeJM StIntftil.of Munich, which possesses the ; tion ior ine -l-'V":rA . . ALL KINDS OF BLANKS
virtuel of protecting them from lightning, there
jy greatly tcnaing io pivcuv utiutuis.
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