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It seems that newspiper wares are
mnade to suit the'maket as much as an)
".ther. The idlerstse won'darers, :aud
theag'pers engross a vety tin e share of
the attention of the cotide of the
It is notorious that the- pub miniL
wilLnot remain satisfied. inless - ne.
thing really lotihs ma tr -sockin, is
serve2ig io ot dailyind weekla.
In fact a newspaper is now pronou4
ced to be a very dull andilearn affair, if
it contains no account of murders, sui
cides. prodigies, or monstousfrands.
Such is the demand for this kind -if
'news, that occurrences the most trivi
are made to appear as treasonable,
the imagination of some knights or time
q..ill are tasked to the utmost to manu
facture out of whole cloth tles of horror
and bloodshed, so eagr are they ti
minister to this depr.aved taste that they
are never at ease, unless forsoothi, ?hey
are chronicling s'ame -"a wfulacie,
somecstartling runmor, which they are
aniontt~o scatter broadcast through the
Some of these miserable articles in omi
papers excite wondor, some terror, ant
some horror and disgust. Is there amny
instructions in these talb'? I.say onm
wiser or hnppier for reading such ac
counts? On the centrary, d.> they not
shock young amid tender minds, and ad
die rshallow-brained nien anad womeni
Is it not to be feared tha~t some minda
are turned to mischief by the account:
of the troops of incendiaries burning oul
towns and cities? The spirit of imita.
tiomis contagious, atid we are unaccoun
tabiy prone to do as our associates do.
if what wve have said be true, what
fearful responsibility resis upon the con
doctors of our secular as wvelh as reh
gious press. If the public taste is de
prayed, it should be the anmiiion
every editor, as far as in hcimt lies,
correct it-it nothing but traish is marm
-ketable, let a healhhier public senatie
be enrcotraged-raheor let it bae turne
to something solid, subtantiaul and in
A femiale-memben of Dr. S's. Chuarci
havii.; safely passed through her ne
teenath accouchment, her husband see
the following note to the Rev. Dr. to I.
read befure the congregatint
e'Mrs. A. h iving been safely delivere
of her ninetoonthI child, she, with he
husband, would return hearty and mi
eignod thanks to Alnmighity Cod for he
great favor, and humrbly ask fo.r a coi
snnnen of his blessings."
To Newspapers borrowers.-We ad
dress ours-lves especially to this class
of the community, fbr the reason that
wo are great sufferers front the preva
lence of the detestable habit. We have
.daily complaints, fron paying subscri
bers, that they cannot obtaib the reading
of their own paper on account of sortie
kind, good nattred annoying heighbor.
who' sends to "borrow the paper." If
our subscribers would pursue the same
course with their newspapers, that they
do with their bread, their beefsteak,
their coal or their coat, and - relise the
impertinent request, much trouble might
be saved to them, and some lows to us
as there are ceses where our customers
are induced to stop their paper for no
oilter reason than to ge.t rid of the an
noyane..of these pests both to subsct i.
bers and publishers.
It is a particular reqest of ours that
this number of the Courier should be
sent to such "borrowers" as may acci
dentally omit makirg the usual applica
tion this morning.-Charls. Courier.
Patent Refrigerators.-In this cli.
malte, especially, it is highly necessary
for every family to be provided with
cool water, and some receptacle for the
preservation of niats, and oilier articles
of provisions. Of All the inventions we
have seen, we know of none that ap
pears so well adnyted to the purpose as
.&Scort's Patent Improved Refrigeta,
ratots. They are so constructed 'as to
occupy but little space, and afford every
convenience. -They open on -the top,
and the lid being raised, two comnpart
'ments- precent 4hemselves, in one of
rLIitb a sangu.va :- c pt
as to be suir-ounded with ice-the othe
gives-space for butter, fruit, or any small
articles that'require to be kept cool. A
large-door, opening in front, discloses
shelves, of ample iire,capable of hold
- 9 6ally. reqiripg. preser
leeplog every iortionf of the Refrigera
tor perfectly cool. A faucet protrudes
fr om the sne jar,.ou!side, fiom which
cold water-can be drawn any time, with,
out opening the.lid, so as to admit air
and at-the bottam of tle article is anoth
er facicet, from which the waste water
ean be drawn off. The Refrigeratorb
are handsomely finished, so as to matte
Si espectable show as a piece of furni
ture, 44d are such convenient articles
that p4dfamily should be unprovided with
if their means will allow it. They
are manufactured by Messrs. James
Cbrtlan & Son, Baltimore, and are sold
by Mr. A. Tobias, in this city, who is
the agent of tilat film.-Charlesion
Co-opcrationoflte Wife.-1here is
n1tch good sense and truth in the re
mark of a modern writer, that no man
ever propered without the co-operation
of his wife. II she unites in mutual en,
deavors, or rewards his -bor with an
\Idearing smilo, with what ronfidence
(N be resot t to his fari, fly over lands,
sai on the seas, meet difficulty or en
counter danger, if he knows lie is not
sendi. .ils tength in vain, but that
his hab.\will b'e r-wvarded by the sweets
of htome- Solicitude anti disappoint
ment ente lhe history of eVery man's
life; and li but half provided his voy
age, whlo but an associate for hap-.
by hours, it for his months of dark
ness and disresd no symnpathising part
ner is prepiaed.-Suthern Ckronic.
A Priend's~doice.-A pr udent and
-we'l.dtsposed henmber of the "Society of
F'riends" ence live the following fiend
ly advice-"J ~," said le, "I hear
thou art going tje married."
-"Yes," replid' ohn, "I am."
"W-ell," rejoi ~the mian of Drab,
"I have one lit' iece of advice to
give thee, and tht& never to nimrry a
woman wot thm momre itn thou art. Whieni
1 marrid my weir s worthl just fifty
cents, ndsite wswrsixty-t wo cents;
atnd whEteever atny erence haes oc
jcurred between us sine lie has alwatys
throwni up the the odd ling."
Mr. Hlotchkiss.- It tated that
*this unfortunate gentletma Ito wa~s so
Snearly nmrdered in Broo y blows~
'ton his head, somte montbs s has re
covet ed his bodily hiealth a slowvly
regaining his mental facu .lHe
, seemts to be hatve forgotten ythting
- he learned during his life, antd s to be
I taught to speak tend leartn his ers as
0 if h.e were a child.- Thme soil I his
own voico itn learniing to arti to a
d new word aus~es hin exceedingJ.
r 'Charlestoin Mercu~
s Wh is a lady walking in front a
t- gentleman, like the latest newvs?" " .
cause she's in advance of the male.
From the Augusta Constitutionalist
Tus AUGUSTA COTToN FACTORY.
"The hum of busy industry" is a
phiase that has becomne associated with
the evolutions of water wheels, the play
ofoiled machinery ard the whirlofspin
dies. The mind at once travels into
the four walls of some stately structure,
devoted to the arts of manufacture, of
which the weaving of fabrics for human
clothing is among the imst prominent,
as it is among the most uspful and ex
tensive, that employ capital and labor.
The phrase hits now beconin mt.taphori
cal and is often so used. But whether
it originated in a Cotton F.ictory or not,
it is certainly now no longer a mere fig
tre of speech in our city. Already at
the factory of the Augusta Cotton Man.
ufarturing Company th'e noise of ma
chinerv and swift whirlihg wheels is dai
ly heard. We had the pleasnre: yesterlao
of going through and examining thhi fine
building. Standing about forty yards
front the terminous of the Canal, its
powerful ieel propelled by water
drawn front the Canal and putting in
motion a large amount of shafting now
erected and complete, ih. factory tow
ers aloft five stories high, two hundred
and sixteen feet lung and fitty-one feet
wide. It is or brick of a granite foun
lation, and is an imposing specimen of
The interior arrangements, are in
rood keeping with its exteriur appear.
ince. Next to the main building, and
:onnected with it by a passage 16 reet
ong and 8 wide, is a picker house 32
y 4 feet, three stories high. We
:ould not but admire the, care and ingi
inity which aro dikplayed in the con
rnluesn ju, Vy wiu. ,,.,:':r house,
he part of a fractory which coiiii.
arge#st bulk of conhustible ii neria iI14
ocated-from. themain buj In '1W
Wo itis evident that thp k s
night be co
which 'heateda er n ed
ron iubes, into each story of the fac.
:ry. This will secure the conf ort of
he'operatives in the iold64 eather
wvithout-danger from fire - '
The entire cost of thise bddngfis
In addition, a boarding house and
imaller hocscs for operatives are 'id pro.
About one-fourth of ha machinery is
already received. Tie wheels are fur
nished and in daily use, The shafting,
hangers, &c. are all arranged and ready
for use. Workmedt are busy erecting
the frames for the spindles, the cards,
the looms, and a val iety of other niachi
naty. Froi appearances, in a very
fe w wveeks, prob ibly the first of next
month, the spindles will be whsirling, the
shuttles flying, and the raw Cottou will
be converted into cloth the factory con
suming at the rate of 36 bales per week.
It is expetted 1. put 5000 spindles
into operation during the apiroaching
summer. The building ind machinery
are caicuiated fur and will accommodate
ten thousand spindles, and when these
are nll, it work,.-which will be at no
distant period, August~a will contain
one of 'he muost complete and an exien
sive Cotton Factories in the Southern
Stattes. Considering the admirable a
dtption of all its parts to the end inview,
thei order and co:cvenientct atrrangtemont
of the buikling, the carn wish which the
machinery, all of she finest styie of
workma~nshaip and comibining all the ha
te'st imp~rovements has been got up, this
factory may be salely pronounced one
of the most complete in the U. States
It probably hasino superior. It is credi
table to the enterpt ise of our city, and is
the fore runner, no doubt, of many more
of the same sort Our water power is
immense, but we hopo to see thte day
when it will be all brought into requisi
Let those croakers who doubted
wvhethepr the Canal woul ever st a
wyheel in motion g~o ttp to thu factory~
and exatmines for themselves.
The capital of the Aug~usra 'Manufac
turing Company is $157,030 L->cated
as our city is, with all its convenience
for the business, we doubt whether sim,
ilar amount of capital can be employed
at any pinit in. otur country in this busi
ness with better profit.
Augusta is destined to be the mann
farittming city of thse.Soucth.
CJolore'! People in Illinois;'-T he.
statemaent tha- thes separate clause of the
nearly adopted Constitution of lilinois
relative to free persons of- color, gave
them the right of suffr agi, -s incorrect,
it restricts the imigration and introdtre'
tion under any 'circumstances, of free
negroes into the State; nd was adbpted
by 27,163 majority. ~'
r ? ndence of the Chars. Courie.
WASHINGTON, April 5.
Thieiral of Mr. Black was attended
to-day at.2-o'clock pursuant to previ
qus arrangement. The Hall was filled
witiSenators and Representatives, and
the galleries with spectators. The
SouthiCaroliha delegation, Senators and
Repires~e tiyves, attended as mourners,
with. the friesd of th deceased-his son
alone of thinfanily being able to attend.
The-cotihr.as in plain style, covered
with black velvet, edged with white, and
silver mouied. After- the coffin, eit
tended4yt.Cheiplains and mourners,
was btought-into the Hall, the Sanators,
and the President and Heads of the
Exocuive+ Departments, successively
enteredzatpd lthe officers and members
of the H ,t-enunanimously rose up to
The Cli6pl n of the Senate reatd the
latter pai4. of ithe sixteenth -chapter of
first Corinthians and offered prayer.
The Chapiin of the House ther deliv
ered the semnon from the text of Johi xi,
23; to wivi:. "Jesus saith unto her, thy
brother hifiso again," and closed witih
te beneditton. The circumatianceb of
the occasion were full of interest and
impressiveness,it being the foutlih !uno.
ral of -the session, and the ninth time
thait the .o1 Houses of Congress have
beeni cAWjto put onthe signs of mourn
I notiecethat two-of the foreiga min
iters, .gSR Figaniero, from Portugal,
and Mr ,ageor, from France, have ad
vertitsidhr f sale all their household fur
niture,-.eq ipages, wines, &c. I '. Pa.
teotj r will not retorn to France,
but-i w his family, toreside on
in estateii 'enanessee,' 6elnging to
iswf s'the daighter oft WrB.
SNas N hville.
4i~r.T4 s4 reue p his e
SListif. snith of'the a
loons, frem~i the Augusta ChronIcle &
Sentinel of the 8th inst, Liut. S;
ough't naO ,Auausta,. arandsona
fitlsJ0oseyh. Regliti of- this ity
where he'aied,a consa iar ii portiadn
nf-isoyhoodj.and, its numerous rela,
iives and friehidsisere, will doubtless
feel gratified '_ait*thiesonoralblo mention
of this yoan at complished officer:
-Cars - er
--Lieu. Wig. Sum}A W welcome
with unfeigned: iordiality this gallant
youjng officor andnative iof Augi6sta,
to the scenes of. hishoyhod, alteri a
long and faithful. sdrvice in Mexico,
in which he has won nifading laurels.'
Attached to Gin. ScottLs Division, we
believe he was p!esent and pai ticipated
in evezy battle, front the landing of ihit
gallant army to the captdre of the city
ofrMexico. . Augusta has much cause to
be-proud of the g~allantry and noble
br-aring of her- sons on the battle fields
Yanken Aknufactory.-In khie vil
lage of Birningltan, Conneticut, there
is a ni:hina for mahing brass chains ,and
*nrks as ifendowed with hnmnan in~rtict.
By every turn-of~the driving wheel the
wvire for the chain in wound,off a reel
andI puled forward to its proper place
and position, thy end rnining through
the last formed link exactly the length
for- two links -cut off, first one end turned
over into a link, then the other, the lor
mer droppingdown through lie machine,
lonving the latter projetctinig above, so
that the wire can be instantly pushed
through it, when--it, is cut off, two miore
links formed, -and so on, utntil a larg~e
roll of uire istransformed in to a per feet
ly formed chain by the unaided opera,
tion of self-acting machineory, hardly a
finger having:- been lifted during the
-Murder Mania-The cr ime of mur,
der appears todbe assumniig the form of
-an epidemilc ini Philadelphia. There
are no less-thabd-ifve dases'of homicide
awaiting trralehelusive of the new atro
city of la(salorday night' besihles two
or three casesi ich the perpetrators
have as yetyecaed. This is truly an
alarming stale of 'thin g4.-CharLstOni
*Go;ver~nent. Finnees.-It is said
that the Seeretary, of thie Ti easury stilt
advertise forlthe $16,00,000 Loan just
authurized byd.Congress in -~urope as
well uhoes :leports-are current
thtave been mnade, for the whole
of the ai*ntd by foreign capitalists
oi banke&'-" ..
Ja:N) ;as said, 1a-purebased
aS'.Ptian'dh~ain hmpnshire. England.
C'orrespondence of da Baltinore San.
IMPORTANT FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF- TiE WASHINGTON.
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. April 7.
The steamer hasjust touched her wharf,
and I send you the following brief sutnina
ry or her news. She sailed from South
ampton ou the 22d, and consequently
Ibrinais eight days later intelligence from
LivRo.L, Marcph 18.-Sales or Cot
ton l'ir the week. 23.01U hales. Orleans,
31 a 8 ; Bowed, 41 a 5; Mubilo. 41.
The following are the quotations of
Breadstuffs -Corn is 6 1. to l4. lower per
quarter. Cornmeal. 3.1. per lbs. Flour.
best Western, may he guoted at 28. a 29j
A monster meeting was to be held at
Cork, Ireland, on the 20th of March, the
day the s teamer sailed from Sauthainpton,
aud the Government was actively engaged
ii sending troops and ste-amers to put it
Thieintelligence fron England, Sent
land and Franch, iu.Jicated perfect quie
The Provisional Government or F;'ance
has organized a large rcre, juppojsed to be
intended it) invade Austria, and sustaiis
the Republican movement in that contry,
A revoilutiou has taken place in Vienna.
during which twenty were killed. , It te
sulted in the Emperor granting every thing
they asked, and tie was afterwards carried
through the streets in triumph.
H ungary has declared itself independeht
The Republic or France has been recog
nized by most of the ~Europeau Govern
The Emperor of Russia is reported to be
The Bank or France haa suspendd.
The local banks established to relieve pres
sure, ai railed to accomplish that object
consequeutly there heavy failures were in
.English funds remaiui wit hout'much .al
TZthittn and or
)n t T'th;'alVibe'm rcI anis of Rue,
d&eSeitieibaving l 'i1oefri acianlisa
'unidciit es.-caine :toa :natiaimous under
1tanding 'o suspe'd. p-pyier Otherf
banker,-ii was. thoughti would also sus(
The financial coudiion of the country
has been dreadlb during the past fort
night. Transactions rur produce has been
been on a most limited scale. .
CoToM.-The sales atmtount to 4.000
bales forced ofliby brokers makina every
effort to sustain themselves, but all in vain:
-Prices are nominal.
LONDON. Marcl 21.-Coton is nomi
nal, no change having taken place. since
the sailing of the last steamer. . Corn is
rather more firm. and may bequoted at
28 a a 32s. Meal is unchanged. Puvis
iona remain quiet.
STILL LATER FRON EUROPE
Arrival of tht fibernia-Further par
ficulars of affairs in Europc-Reu
olutions in Poland, Sardinia, Ji1
laa and Lwaardy-Russia putting
on her armour-Clubs in zid of Lib
erly formed' in Paris-State of the
We received late last evening the ad
ditional de1spatcl prtiatniewd lv onr cnr
respondetr, daited Bidtimure, April 10,
2 P. MI- Events of the gretes: mag,
nitide are ctowding so thickly upon ius,
that it is difficult to kee~p -pice with, or
even to realize' themt.' Thit wildest fan
cy could not itmagineo s-, ma~ny stariling
cha.ng's as have taken place in otne short
mnonth, in the position of alfahs in Eu
All tho Russian and En.lisht work
men hatve been. ordet ed out of France.
A large nuimber of Club.; have been
fortued in Paris, to aid in promouting thte
cause of free'dotm throtghout thte wvorld.
A Republic has beon proclaimed at
Cracow, in Aus.trian1 Polatnd, andu. fottr
hundred political printoners releasen
fromn confinement. Ffmenm thousand
insurgents were under arms.
Republicatn' pminciphs wern gnining
riound in Germany, Denimark and
- Thme King or D tvaria hais been com
pelled to lbdtcate.
A new Cabittet has been appointed
in A ust a in.
*Great military preparations were mn
king in Rtlssiat, pr obatbly for tho purpose
of checking the Revoltuionary princi
ples in Poland and Italy.
Tie Revolution continurd to progress
A. constitution had been publishcd by
Revolutions had broken otit in Meilan
Among all theo disturbed eleme'nts a
round her, Spain is reported as remain
ing quiet and tranquil.
Portugal, on tho contrary, is repse
sinted as br-ing greatly distmibed.
Austria is in a moqt deplorable state.
So nuch are her pieople hated,' that- to'
be an Austrian is a sure pasport to
Fears are entertained that Bohemia
will not remain tranquil.
Tie Grjjid Duke of Tuscany hag
granted to the people a-- -cnstitutio-,
called the "Fundamental Statute," mu
deled on the plan of ihe late French
Belgium- is tranquil. The gelgian*
seeni quite contented to remain as
they are, and a're dutermined to defend
their territory from the encrouchments
of the French.
'A correspondeot at Cologne rites:-.
"The middle classes of Prnssia,-as wel
as of the other Rhenish States, *are deq -
te~rmined to achievn their politca; inde.
penidence, and to have a poten voic6
im the government; they are peaceful,
but resoiutely devoted to their country-'
and firm in determi.iing h-r rights. Al
ready peiitions fir reform have been
prepared, whic!i are lying at tne diffeim
rent hotelson ithe Rhine and in the Rhez -
nish provincvF; the burghers dockiu
crowds, and sgn them to a nan. Susch
a stato of tiings is unheard of in Prussia,
to take tho iinitiative in - so decided'a -*-. -
manner has never before- occiurred toa
her citizens, andi e shall .All know,,- .
U'est que- le premnie* pas 1ps - oe .,
Ou REATMENT OF HORSES .
pathes have frequ 'ntly beets
excited by the bad treatment ot horses
which we witnessed. They- are hard
driven, seldom blanketed,.poorlf fed 1,N -
groolied, ant mistmably stabled. -orO
ses must be short lived at the South
Nor can we see how they a e
colds, consumptions, bowel
and di.teages ilt-every.fprm. n r
from Warrentoi to.Sparta, te
usIteA jo eunrnququ at
re' theiWs rviten outrAta~
fui -of burnin! cornob t~t,
in thil.stable~red a imbrr;ul-~i~S
around *hich the cos Uiehmn'tii I
self-and slept, whilst a couple ofi
entertained a isolitary pissenger, b~y aan
swering as biest they'ouldga thodsatd"
q'nustions fibnut tho fire of man an&- (t
boast, in a land-where every-thing. is as -
novel as it wel ican 4I highersandard - -- tr
of comfort is needed, especially foi damir
brutes. Leaving the question ofhuma
nity out or view, it is the worst possible
edonomy to treat horses badly. When y
a horse is driven so as to perspire freei z
ly, lie should be blankateti when stop
ped. lI should not be merely.regularw -'
ly fed, watered, grooimed. bedded and&
salted, but his food s:iould be varied, sor
as to suit his a ppetite, me-t thit peculiar.
wants of lpahiby respiration, and the de
niands of nature *o repair the constant
waste of his muscles, bones, nervys and
A horse is a noble, active, and valuaz
ble animal, whose constitution, habitsi .
and anatomy, should be carefally stud. -
ird. There are important 'elements'i -
his brain, f1-sh, tendons and bones, which.
ought to be daily supplied in his food. -
The breed ing of horses, and the rearing
breaking anti management of colts ar~
branches of rmal science and practice,-*r
qiitei toto much neglected in every por~
tion of thn Union. Comm an- fsrmers -
are strangely oppo~sed to studying th&
l:sys of animal vitality, and the means --
fwhichod has appointed to develoge'
fiebnsinew and muscle, good win&
and bottom in the horse. It costs nd ---
nmore ro raise a superior animal, that wiltl -
do good service twelve or fifteen year-s,
than a poor, slowv, feeble one, whose --~
powers of rnduirsne is next to ai cyphern- -
Pc-as and oats aire' much better food
for roajdsters tihan corn. H-orses cannot
travel so long nor so fast, when kept on
the latter food, nor w il they be so heal
thy or longlived as they are when fed
on oats, pes clover or vejchtes.
The-Wglhi Spirit.-We tundersiad t hat
a Tiennre4.see m:erchiant. wvho wad passing
through nur. city-oin his woy to Note York.
stotppedt for the purpasse otf attending the --
public ,neeuing the othier nigh'. So much '
plensed was he n i'h th~e liberal spirit there ~~~
displayed towards his u-wii State, that lie -z
walkedl into h-ane street the next day
and laid in, for cash. a good share of the
stock he required. sayhi he -was dete,.
mined to le-ave a part 'of his money here
Such customners are more than weldome.
and we hepeL 'hut marry more of tho'saee
sort wilt he imnced to give anud tak' wielh -
nor enterprising d'ealere. They mnay go -
farther and l are worse.-Charrs, Netta.- -
Trust not to outward show.
Proud men have no real friends.-- -