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MATER.C. 1I., S. C., Ma y 241.
7Edwni' Itriot, .Esq.
-DIet6Sli' iW6 have been favored
wvithtivovisits'from that dist inguished
and drogihent . advocate of the 'emper
4UQc#Qe,jJhilip . V bite; the first
cn the 80th and14t oflMo t, and the
uo.,nd on the 20tk.ult. He d.:ivered
I'xurpublic keetures to large and intel
lig'ilei es, anid, it is searcely ne
10 id d,,give a new imi pulse to
thr efbr'ni fi olir ilidst. By his
cdiattis aid gentlemainlv d neair.
byhis hoinsty 'and sincerity, and hv
his fii' id eloqueice, he sueceded in
remnfing the 'unfhtorable impressions
WiMi1 'i1~'h ninade on the minds of
Imahiy of our people by the ungenerous
ttack ofhis enemies. Under the cir
cumtances, our Division has thought
in act~bfjustice due Brother V hite,
opav4ying our Sitto to adopt the fol
I igRsluions, and to appoint the
digned' a committee to have them
Nied.,Thd coniittee will farther
. at.*theseresolutionis of thanks
4 iAUzaniioiiusly adopted, and that
fxress the sentiments of a very
lige"'6ition of this community.
A.1JBELDEINr - Comniittee
R'E.' WYLIE,-- Lancaster
S. X. MOBLEY. Division.
* . ved,:T''hat~ thtnks of Lancas
tgt Divisi.n, No. 30, are due. P. M.
wIv.1ho 4ip-S. White, .br the eni
nent servle's whicli he 'has rendered
i g(4p aid the Temperance cause
iThat he earties with him
"F vit.wishes for his future happi
nit iid forii a success - commensurate
with his deservings in the great work
to which-he has-dedicated his best eni
4"V .That we comn ond him to
our brethren of this Oxder our
fellow eith:ens generally, I
r.way ctitled to their
taous ai , evt .
honour and intereitoqt A ofhi ativd
SPArnTA1xr O C. IL., May' 27.
?dwiti Heriot, Esq.
Dear Sir: Our cJitizens were catlle'd
together on. Thursday evening, May
25th, by. the announcemoent. that P. 13.
Whbite, the State Tlemnperane Lectur..
gr,; would deliver an address that e.en
inc in the Court Ilouse on the subject
*A't an early hour, the hxouse was
& o.yden to overflowing by an audi
ec'composed of all sizest, grades atnd
eliaradters, many tof whomx were pr'e
possessed, unfavorably', aigins t the
Leeturer. There was a mnanile.t dig
position on the patrt of somec who oc
qupied the gallery to iterrupt the ex
e~rism oJf'the evening, as~ everi and uniou
you might hear ai n incent whew ! a
the speaker could state some fict or.
r late somefI ane2dte with reg'ard to
t'he nhver failing evils atte'ndanxt upon
In~terxieranc. So fatr wais it, huowever'.
frorn eonfuisirng the wvelit rained ihought.
and incontrovertile argtonxents of' Mr t.
White, that it olyi sur'vedt to remtindx~
the fancif'ul of-the chirping of eriek.-t4
in the midst of ax raginag stormni whxose
mighty sweep bears do&wn all beibre it.
The -audiencee, enijttiall v. listened.
I. T1he introducxtion, dhivisionis (f- the
subjct, anne ofdiscussion, ill u.tra
.*in n ncoewr all adapted
to the occasion and subject.
DL~r, W ite had not pro"ceeded faxr
Web'ora it was mnaniftesty evident that
jrejtudice~ was giving~ ' way, adl the honur
of" 11 0'cloek ibutd the m)any' willing
and'anxious to her. A m ore diecided
iletory 'ver the felig. of any comn
mnity, hxs, in tour h leI jud gnienxt,
It (eannxot be denied tha:,t. Mr. W''hitec's
first Lectuxres ini this place were not. ais
acceptable, generaly, as was conxtexm.
latedc on the par t, of manyii ofI thie
Iriends of TVemxperanxxce, owing to the
facet thaxt. soume took exceptionis to tihe
chatracter (of somel of' his, in thei estimai
tion of many. respectable cit izens, indi
* ro-comico anecdote~s, &e. Uut hi'.
* @onal visit anid lecture has given geni.
c'rally decided satisfatcitin.
Alt mutst, agree t.hat Mr. White is a
en t'emani of' unquesti onable" abi lity.
i e znAes wvar upon the old "P'rine&"
wxi vengeance, and all who are in anyi
way in league with him, that dion't
w ~ant to ."get hurt," mxust, get out ol'
.Mr. White is so vi.sionxary upon thec
~ubi'eet of Temnpor anee ;-t r'nt hx, rea'xson
and facts ared~lue the imnplemxenta wich
he wields, and sildom if ever, dot's he
pppear iln the fild of baittle wit h the
."Pr'ince" and his ooatdjtorss, withioutt
doig exoetion. 11e horuo away the'
aIg in tiumtiph at le'ast ini Sparittanur'g
nx tho night, of the 25th tilt.
- Yours ini L.,, P. and F.,
Atr th aeo asa Souxlt's
pictures, at Pairis, the "Conceptien. of'
,t aeVign," by Mm:'ilo, was bought
o~r tireJouvre, for'81 17,000. Others
by tha fsmii master brought as
high as 30,00~0. Agents for the
Queen of Spain and~ the Emx-peror of'
UJI waer. 1i,ua'n thn e hi.lt:..
.The 1)1:11 wiwih has passed the Cali
fornia Legui Jlature, in relation to fugi-.
tive saves, provides for tho sur'eider
to their original' masters, of' ali colored
people in California, who ivere brQnghti
into California, ius virtuilly repud ia.
tig thu docti inea that Gallfion.ia MW aa
free territory hy'virti e di its old Mexit
can law, and that slaves could not be
held there to service tiier the' cm
que;t. Mr. Van Bui en, i iembit r ot'
.the leigislature, who- figturAd in- Now
York at the hl lst Prosidetliaiul eleitiotn,
as a fi-ce-soiler, voted ihr it, while Mr.
lroderiek, foirwnerly a Ncw York hun
km-, bitteriy opoposed its pas:iga. It
is said there are no slaves in Calliitr
nia to which die bill wiii he applicable.
The San Franatcto Corr'Spuondeat (of
the i\ew York Hierad uider date of
April 18th1, writes a-; liblows:
will cotnvey, will be tot) weeks later,
provided the Valderbilt line d not
unticip[ate it; but. within the twu weeks
that have elapsed, since I last, w roto,
Iothiig of strikalig *lin1 )Il tance has Ve.
CurTed, although much has transpired
which affirds roca for thought aitid
coinusideration. In this ceaction I
may refler to the final passage of the
slave bill in this State. This is not,
as might be. stuppolsed, al enidorseinntit
of the comproaise incasures generally,
but an nut of' r'erring to s.hlaVes which,
wer e brought. into the countr yv their
ninsters, before. the adoption of the
present constitution nid at a time
when it was undeteriniaed whether
slavery would be tolerated in Caliilbr
nia. This law provides tl'at u itLina One
year after its panssage, the owners of'
slaves shall have the privilege of re
moving them from the State; ii they
do not, do so within that iatne, the
slaves to be free. 'llis lleasur) wias
violently opposed by the abolitionists,
of whuia there are a great niany in
Calif'ornia, but it passed ievertheless,
aid is now the law of the State.
"'This leads to the necessity of re
ti-rring to the slavery (pi(st ion ini anoth
er, foim. Every steamer that arrives
here, brings to Calit'rnia mor'e ;or
slaves f-omi the Southern Stntes- arid
if the importation uf' this Species t,!'
property should ountinue inl the s:mie
way for a f'ew months to emonwa. -
large addition will he made to L
slavehoulding intereSt of Caflirn, Sul
fiient, perhlaps. to couiiterbalalce th.
ati slavery interest. If this should
-be the case, the State disunionibts
thosc pCIsons who are in avur ofa di
vision of the State into Nortlirn a.d
Southern alifornia-will suceed in
their elterpriise; but not until thn.
There is Itl agitation oil the statbljoet as
. and mark-dl by as .titelh
bittere s "'I tilla agitationl
. a is 611 ths Deto
t n terie as e'lseowhere:-; but no0
ha yit t ake n lace between
thn. i'The tion-. however, is not fia
distat whena this ,ubjei.c-t, will. of' itself,
he the diviing line hetueeni-t politienil
par-tie's. T1he~ re.,ntit will lbe at ivisioni
of' thle State, andi the inicorpora uationa of
Southernt Cah fforntia as slave terriitorv.
Now is the timte bhr p hilosopher' Grely
to blow the truinijet.- tw'.a Te/c
Si-crza Nu. S-rato L roti -rat Par~i:s.
mtDerC.-A wt'iter' in the Chiarlestaoni
Aterenryr, whio thiniks thle a(reprsenita
tives of Santhil C:aoli ''-ak.nie tinsnin
uianoved atanil the ge-nenda stir' andl
pressurea.. ol tie l'resadential eativiss
faxa) > hs t eaiders with thieI, fuowin
'it'ther.ibe hat iipl~;t. tan the setional
atited .:'ttas'-:tal fto thi compi~:e.a
imist the i'residientiatl 'ontet, sa oiner
ot' r ater, caarne at hi-t. Ail the' probat
blities naw :i-e that this ima~e will not
bie Ia ade at this elecito, nor po.,;ly
Wh len this ga-eat sect ioRn) sIta:l
c.omes-, wae pre:nonei Sauiih C.aoa
wvill charge wtitht all her.' chiivalry, and
deaideia Ihle 1g.. taa.aa aof t he tigia . nI
wate t:e glad to, knuow that it is lst
ponedal rt the prou~a lt. La. bie the
tum- dlet'erred: w'ht i on i c 5: C ono aaa
Stouthd (ara 'h hll lav~ u'au her-~
present intd~t.ii-renc to th'e I olities aoa
tale inatioaa. All that is aie-essaryi to
keep it. iremote is to, keep) issutes ex.
eluisively ctiaul all' fromta thpia.ht-l
tt'ts of naiti.al part ies. IUnt t he.
hoaur' tat atnti--laver ort tat ro-tslaeryv
tas tests ini a f'edeal electilon, t hat,
htot' t~he adiitmtaitni'tstt fSith ar olin
mnirih in thinktin that it1 wilt'e
at pre~tty ardent tbhattl.--[tew .1 ork,
UctrIu., Jnniae -2.
I'lni;onsos-ia is . lirinACics.---This
waorkuteen were eangaed in p~I iag
down the walls of' the obal kt-;ajte
stre-(et Iteatre, a hatort iont of thea bac~k
wall Painte dolwi lidlling illto a haool (tr
spr-ing at its ban-e, and tlinoawing~
aiCO colitt of' waterci bectween-i to
hiundred-t ad threte hutndreid feet witha
gr'eitat vial eat-e. At tinetyV fet fromi
the pooal it itil a 3la. 1I. Laddt, whio
was supeintendiang the r'emoiival of
the dirt, natd t hrtew hitta fiftee-feti c.
uponli at pile of braieks. It thein croa~ssed
.Eagle straeel.t thartow~ing dowan abhtt
forty feet of' the inee surro a tutding . Ale
Arathatar's gardean, proaottinga several
tt'ees anid slhrubs, be.sidles ala;n con -
beent 'ora lie large pile of' bricks a nu
Eagle straeet, which-h stopptjed ai porl t in
of1 the water their' can be no alaut it,
wouald htavet deimolishaed the I Jall iai
Mca~Arthaur-' gardetn. As it was, it
threw dlown ebatis, tablhes, &c. in the
t.houtgh anot serioausly' i njua'ed, is con-'
ridb-rnlv h--oi-1d anal 'it
Sutm of* $i7.000,000.
II~~l.CACU . , , -is a 'rioh man, but
Hazlly Q1f~thue old c.q~ok'2, ttat~kicki-d the-,
le Ahlkc 8'a9-,S -JC4, thb phil-Os40
Ahcr, thia td m ifsrnto
Ubly ge40((l tlifiogs (Qll.2dc2'ilg tile aige
hjijtmOs, whizC li.2L 66til L Ail 118)
Iiali lviy t'. "ic lived atit le
14,of, about 3-j0,00-a , day ;
Upper* cost II ~I* 100,000.
(Ided C. 146tl .LA ill OXtrav'gait'o, ha:.
givtn 223100 000 fo)r ont' single dish-'
I - -- - _ .. .. - - .
Ic had a son, CLU111i, W ho U . a a ci
ol' the old block. Aniong olbuLr eo)'tly
,a~strio12iiC 1asLODIIU,13 dl19
*pearl, ((t 1(1 .Aniori'.) valt43d at
4.A pvt'.t, 1111(91 her 11 R.uimi mil ion
L1i'?, S(I ande(r((l in dedmaullery- soli3.
wICeiLtl l - 1 v r 2 si: ,
L'fi. 11ie J:~,'isd Iii,;Isf, I1122cats lie
iotsiderLed thwit' ;iii instficwit fur his
AA flJ. l."'11GA2lmt.i, mIIo livo.] in
1ivse tim.;; ni) i~s c of cI ho Ulpver
~~ 2 to :t up ice
Sir~At i meitinof tvhe Drif)r~ ohe
If,. Suouth Caroliia Jn'-tiaite, hield in No.
"Rem(912'd, '.Ihiti the Secretnrv 'lie in
I rticte( to(9 i a101 21vorri2Mpowilenve wiih (lie
'residit nifileC -State AvrieuluraI 6ii
y, anid withi thei 5everal D)istrict, Saciegies,
I poll the so '.ij'' oi ob: 2i ilagoi t he ci).fpi'ri
12o1 of ths hi~i,~~;' Q~i ecirrvin-, 'ait thet
bject% of tile i,st I llt. Aiod .1s o, ns to
fit-I misib252hiIlV fir halving a (Iretieru I I ici inl
2ojemhcr, i <i2, whiereat 1 Agricuflitial
kiltIiL''-'.:m2d ," '1122 &. c':. ., C. w2222
o xluili:ted. 1'jt i"43r to be. 129,1 ;,L
In oipli iic" -xt flb hi re--4o! 1tim, nni
l~r ii; bec'ti ia;:i to coirresp~ond with he
1'rom the San Francisco Ikerald, Mvay 3.
Important News from the Intelior.
One Hundred and FPigf Iddianis
Killed.--AVu luan of the killi\g of
nearly one iiiidred' lid iity.,Indiaus
by a conipainy of ei(iczns '' Triklity.,
countyi under the comntspand 4f Shliffll
Dixona, roeivly.'. Iti.suppd6,ed thats
tl'esc wore the Indiails who murdered
Mr. Anderson at short, tine sineci. The'
11blowing is thle ateount (if the affir :*
"he coipany that wtwnt. )Unuit. of'
the ijdiaus returnlvid t o-dgy, hing
heen abett..jitst a wek.: hey Ihad
liufle ditlielaty inl ibllowing the trail.
'The f'ot. prints of the cattle which the
hidians nao driven off with theini, to
gether with portions of clolhing of tle
deceased, Which they had4 foin-d seat
tered along the way, and were readily
recognized by his son who was. in th'e
coutpanly, showed unmilistakeable0 Signs
oi te plati of howithey. were
pursuling. But it ;waV.s, Inecessary to
proceed with great canutinu i order not
to alhrm the savages, and1 aecordingly
the party generally laid bIy during the
day, sending spies ahead and traveling
by night. On Thlursday afternio(n, the
2d tilt., the . se.its discovered the
. . in a :auraa l valley at the base
a : Tce tniuntails oi the SoutI Fork
1of Trinity river. At midiight the
eompany t-tarted from their encamilp
Ient, Captain Dixon having divided
his force iitu three parties, so as to
coine upon the Indians from dilfbrent
quarters, and surround thum. WN hen
day broke all parties were in the de
sired position, and on the signal being
given thle ttack was comienced. Each
rive tarked its victili with unerrini"
precision ; the pistol and the knitfe
tomiipletedI the work of destruction and
revenge, :ind in It few lrif Toinents
;'d was over. Of the one. hundred and
ty hidhintis thant collstituted the iI
ch,:i ly tNo ort thi ce e:caped. and
- t Ille W h uppll ed to b d.ni'lgerouisly
wunded S.) th.t. probably nlot one
(X thll e g il 111 rde..r If th
unirotwuate AvdvrSon1 t Mr remins
alive. NfT_. wi:ej. a.:d chidren, ali
shared the sai Cthte. none were
spared except one vona::n 111d two
children:,whu were brought back prisoun
The U. S. Consul at Acapuleo had
received intelligenc'e of the 1o.,s of the
brig " Aiph trite," fitted out by a
Ir. Edii.oids, at Panamula, with 190
passenigers and crew. She sailed on.
the 1st, 4-f Fel)rtary last, under the
Connin,11i1d Otf Canain Kent. The bri.,
was ab16ut 150 'tons register, and by
the I mited States liw. could onl ear
I ry I60 jpLssengi-rs. When she was 40
days at sea she wa obliled to. Ipt into
6an Carlos, soiiowhiere .n the coast it
Saivador, uir water and provisionus.
TheQ ecapta.in huul li Iiaoney, Iand had
ahlnildonevd thlev~e The't-assengers
tit out their crait.r
Th. r1 Milr louinment"al City, was
elt fit111 Aeipuloo to S:li Jtat tlel
Sur, by~ Mr. $!ndet~rbilt's agent. to,
tak..aw.y(100 pI.:.enger( s who were
-.ent1 fou ward lir the steship, North
Ame-t 'The Uneited States. Cou'rt
wouiJd :it thei. Monmiiaental City to
'iarry 'Ii pawn~ig.es-but .-hei took on
50 which, withi a crewv atal servatnts.
:*mnnting~ II;o1 nealyI a hiirthe d imore,
dia in : 1 !ay::; t I ytw e n. ef
at .\ ...na-. ' l' I-st ZA!for thi:ty
in-repur.-al iat on te Paciie
Mal! S~nnai Co's hant
puli thie cilinorning two d'hinents .':
of'h rat her .i,,g~r har at 1I Ert. One i
sonuI,'e i. 2inatie actape wi' .h a v .iw
li'bula toi the preven hiittion arhe
reat osbit,C aleiii (Iismied~ do
ei In 1).n the fhapl ot alreii v o
to atonte comlh~t wil t d iti onarye~t~s
much discuz.sin ini the State. 'There
is omne. thing quite certain-the intlux
oft tha Chiinese population into Cal itbrn
in p'ro'iises to result, in serious aitt.
cartionl between thet Amlericanf piopuha
tionl anud the Chinese.-ourie'r.
UnllIi.:ss or -rnE ~Iin.way A~cftoss
ITu-: lIrnc's.-The Pa un Star, un
dIer Lhite of* Mayt ~22d, muent ions that
lmthr ranh (ot the liatil lIoad was5
thei bien opee i 4)n the 28tht of'
t IIhat n' . Ih gies on to) say that,
*on tilW iy, thi e erminusrwillvbe
ot. trt.o Taarn and' abutth
hG~c~~~ablt-ub, a .at itn atbout, te inililes
iately, ani d when we are inf orimedIII by
l.M Alugri ve, whot hias lately been
there, liat every thiiig coan tius to pro
gress with thle greatest rapjidity anid
sat isltet ion.
Thle adlvanltages5 adreadly enijoyedl by
the meca n tile anid trav~ellIiing .ommun t
naity on thte istluinus, from4 this great.
worki ar itcoce~civable. '[le trin.i
acros is f rom P anamai is allread y ireduIiced
hro ithreiie to live days of unctertaini
eleven. i hours; and the, mails which
uw toIt be detaiinecd two tdnays afteri thet
iaiges are niow gentral Ily deli ver
.d heret. beforet a s. litary' express bag
arrive's. it fhet tra~velinlg atcross the
I:liaiu has i areatdy becomei reduced
to suchl a sys.temi that, in a day or two,
we shall have a regulatr semni-weekl y
Panamauii-establiishe~d by p~'iriate snab.
scrip'tioins-and we are funrthlitr about
to have thle advantatge of a weekly int
stead oh semni-mnotlly mail couflmun
eat ion with theo United Stactes.
All re'i t. *h'w th-- incrt'~,n' hn.
Su terville; 8o. Ca.
-301N fT. GIUFEN, EDiron.
Y 5. 1852.
.* There vt one poant on U-hich there can he no
ivernily of opiniva in the Nouth arnoner those ,
rlpo are true to. her, orn u-ho hure nwde up their
minds not tp be' slate-C- that 'is if ire' sltow be
*foret d to choost! hte, rjist cance uu:nnision
u-t shilvi take resistance at all hazards.- ]
'1' do that. catnert of action must he n Ireea.
ry. not it savc the Union, fbr ?t would then be
too late, bill to save oulr.ires. Thus in lay 1rwm,
coicert as the onc thing naeijui..1.-..A fCLi IN.
1 1Vha4t ai.4 the Itm/u L I a a11 "er ecexiom,
unildvscession to0 the storrhoteling Star.r, (or a
lorcr number a/thtin. NotIhtewl c aliI 6t- ie-- f
nuthieg rsr'4il- he praetirrble." nt u
Q,; .W vM1111-1.7& (.'re
Agnutn for the lhinmer in Rtntervill.
ConItIu.Itentionls Intend(ed for
10he Baunnir must be handed in on or
before Saturday- noring, and thl(s.
favoring us with it]vertizemtslt will
please' let us inve them at least by
8 o'clock t'n1 Monlday.
"W: would call attteiition to
to the adverti-seziemet of UN
iun'oaIR in our advverti-ing cidurnls.i
Also. to the Circular is.,ued by the<
South Caroliin Institute. 1
27' Ve are idebted to the I[on- t
eJAMES L. OnR f4 r a eopy of a speeeb
delivered in the Ilouse of Rep esenta
tives, May 12, 185-, by the IIon .
N. Frren, of Indiana, )n tho
of the C te Pr :,;,. ,
Court of Eqniu
TIts C1trt q f I , ' V
District el d i't-;
"t , c ty which he
Ioe I ih 1 i to which he
hazS been,1 e-n ad,- by3 the Legishlatue.
WI; received from the garden of
Mrs. F. J. Moist-:s ou Thursday . evei.
in a btautifi specimen of the Niiht
Iloomil Cereu1s. We will give the
descript iiin as fomid in t he L:ly's Book
of Flowers and Poetry. The Night
Flowering elr.'eus is o1'. of or ,i
Splendid hot-house plants, :iud is . 111
tive of .Jatluaic al. sonIe ot iF I thle
--:It'Ei 1? 11. e.j, ~
ing ain thitly etL w id spim-c. The
fluower is white and very arge, soic
times neiarly a 1ot il diaoIite;. It-,
petal aire ofi a pure24 and dal7zzlingE wite
ilponi large lank~ts eight tor ten flowers.
will open in the .-:iii.3 Iighit, JII:king at
mos)~t rel tfh-ienit appie:nan~ce byv can
de lihbomir nhu rmr
age~i is "ficeting hieamt y." WVe are li-<
wvays tlmnkful ih suc ih .~Vrs, they
Serve to vary the. duh1llIonotone o'(fan
'iI~W l are reriueste. to tmentionthe I
thet thaut nA ns.g LA F.' prmv:, ofl %is.
a 1' arived in 1:)mtIervle and takenu~ i'.
he v~l bhep to lgiv C- tlen i hi
from amture~ . in a vryew eitosson-.i
ca!ll at I.; Oom and( sete what pupils~
have'ii ei'. ete-l. Tal 4e, so' called( is not
retpire ; u Coo coimtm sense, and a
deire toi bei' acqitedit wvithx the Art,
is h iht he' n'ks min the part of the
periorCit o(f his systm hei wil l gi L ve
In less11-i in free of ch a rge. We he
speak11 thr' Mr. I-'ir(nL i: a lib~eral ata
trioag e. iit ~th condh-n beu h ;. a:;:
h igd hly plesed with' A5 ew te 4441
,uii' Wf the I wei(t .'ipii thJ ed
Wb*or|.' and Jr:nw ii ..iI' rtcit (,r
thine, ti ahied suohi i New Yt. ik
byi Ouir.:t DO 4iL~n. t i i1i.:S 1441 iir tn hmn.
AmoicheJia contenit lie fin an'l aricle
undertheha of " A1 f!ew i wos abuti i
tstome ofthe Ruicest eoiple int 1 ath ,IV
Wor itld."iti sem t oht 11 ~~e~ wten ihr
"y1 iusgroude" poperof thi) coas r
wthat thy arnunde al grat ofnitake
in0 sup~hepos them -aves, n -h
atie hirnishesa them. wth som ci om
portance 1prosperity of Panama,
aild we now only wait the, comple~tion
ot the rsiilroad to make this the gria -
eat city at least in all the) Suth Aenir
A rtediuaa MeL
heDallas (Ala.) Gazette vays that '
the'-first Artesianl well'of Mr.- J. x.I
'Mathelws inl Caltba is comlpleted,. itI
is 7,35 feet deep and sends frtihi a
streami of water rueasired ut.1200 gal.
.161)8 per. uinitute. The tamnios French
well at Grei.oble, it is said, dueh not
discharge more than half this quantity.
'-Tie water (says the Gazette) boils
Ip, roaring like a cat aract, formiing
branihvii of considerablo size, and the
low grounds, solne two hiindred yards
distant, require' ditching, to carry off
the iinmnenise quantity of water collect
ed upotits sur1l4ee.
.N r. Reid, the successfid borer of this
well, has commenced boi-ing another,
some sixty 'yard distant' (for Mr.
Matlews) which will be some 1500 or
2000 fleet deep. To prevent injury to
the first, it 'is nvoessary to make the
second One imuch deeper, so as to
reach a diflerent stratum of* water.
Tile Jbst well is tubed, as the Second
Mr. RIeid is also boring a well for
Dr. English. two hundred vards dis.
tait fromii Mr. Alathews. It is now
5: W feet deep, and discharges 200 gal
lons o water per minute.
A correspondent of the Gazette gives
the following in relation to the first
weull of Mr. Mathews, which was bored
for the purpow'e of obtaining stflicient
water to supply a steam cotton mill:
First a well -was dug in the ordinary
wav.:32 feet through the red clay sand
and gI avel lying upon the rotten lime
nsue. A luge pine log was then pro
cured, and a hole 3 1-2 inches' in di
amete-r bomed through it. After
-1 arpiening the end and puttiig an iron
hatld around it the log was pil down
and iii inly driven and forced into the
Irock. The well was then filled up
the up'er end of tile log appearimg
about a foot above the surfalee. The
boringr then conmmenced, and with the
various tools and coitr ivances of the
art, anId the earth was rapidly penetra.
As each -lower sheet of water was
remied by the tools, the water was
thrown ; by the whole in greater
ejiuantities and vith more violence.
When the "first water"-that. is, the
water just below the first Sand stone
was reached. the upward flow of the
water did not exceed seven igallons per
minute. It was increased to one hun
dred goAns, when the second sand
stone was ;erforated, and on reaching
the third sheet of' water, upwards of
:100 gallona per minute rushed up
thr'ou d '- 01ifice, seemkliugly imp
'ThiIl'ift'hat tlhe quantity
would be iciet.ed by eiTargi
hole, they rimmed out 9 1-2 inches in
J itilneter, iii and feet deejp, to t he
emiil stonei ly inlg abvei~' tis thliird hedl
water, and in:.er ted a tube from the
irs,:m r esti ng upon tile third samd
tne.lnThey we're nmot disappointed.
Tlhe wvater from~ a 'umajll stre'aml heeiine
a large colmi~an ruishinig upjwarlds with
violence. at t he rate of i000 gallonsa
per minute, andl runing off'in a con
Pesisulo:.vr or A Pua~vr.--The
annexed h.orrible stateremnt is copied
froii the Sinlgapor'e Firee Press:
AIbout aL hrtnighzt algo, a noted ,pi
rate. nnlnedl I'an gimafi Assani, was tiak
eni inito cuistody byv onie of the llijahs
residing a *t lii. Th'is man had been
cioncernend ini so ine recent pliraitical. pro
e'ediings, andi wviehebfre the fllajahu
Ti would applear' Li) have filled up the
mleasure of his offee, ihr he was im
meidiaitel seizial by the )lalayslpresent,
aind strong''ly bund~i. So far -the pro
edinigs wIer'e proper' enouitgh, bult what
ibliwedi was o5if so eru I and revolting
a1 natuire thai t we hiesitated muchd inl be
lieving it when first related to us. It
hats beeni repeated to uts howecver, so
c'irciumstanitially, by various personls.
thait we are for'ced( to think that it is~
trute. Pangl ima Assan, having beeni
himly bound. was literary crucified
his hands, aims and fet being iastenl
edi to posts by numiler'ous naiils. Ilis
teeth wtere knocked or' pulled out, and
he was otherwise maltreated. lie is
saidi to hlave existed in this state ihr'a
five ori six (lays, and was only at last
krnised. on a re'ijuest being Imade by
the Du)tch aumthloruities that he shoul'd
be given*l up to t hem. Whait led to
this reivol tin~g treat ment we~ have not
h. ard('. and it appemi'~ls liceib(ille that
the D)utch autri tl ieis slho uld allow~ it
to b e Pe rpet rated if t hey wVere ceanliI
Yanit of' it. Th'ley probah~blyv did not
kn11ow any thing about, the aflir until
it hadl been' accompl ishied.
FuENell Wons.--Thei Paris eor
respond~ent of thle Charleston Evening
'Ladies dline publicly at the restaur
ants; this mnay be seen at abilost anly
of' the more fashiionable ones. Somne
times it is not ev'en neicessary to go in
side the'se establishments Li) See the
fair' sex, fuor every pleasanit day the'y
may be s(en seated in front of the
doors ini the0 openl street, enlgaged ill
lhe dlelec(table o~ccuplat ionl of' sipping
collei', woile, and frequently something
stroinger thlan cithei.r. I should no t
like to) asser't thait thlis was a very ar'i.
toct at ie custom, baut have inevert'heless
seenl rlunyV fshioniable (dres-ses both iin
sidle of the coffee-house and outside,
anid I understmid that mau~ny hadies of
res petability ar'e iln the haIbit of' visit
inig thelm, but always attended by huls
banid, brother or' ither; no other rela.
live is allowed here to accomopny a
lady sinigly any where, day or night, so
that an tlunarried lady having no -dll
mlestic 0er luation, is not able to auise
herself' ly goung to a concert, or' an af
ter'noon walk with 'my conIsin.' These
ar'e reArij(ion w iihih e u~r b arbaruoui,
itatef morality has not y-,t oind it'
uessary to adopt, and nothil Ujt-er
udicates tlerelatite degree Aueal
virtue and nodei in the twot coniI 1
2 A:bhurj no attended wlt '
gr getutoyfproperty, P assedL'
Liver a portion -f Caiden. county, Mis
souri, oi the 13th uilt. li its course ip
Swept over a tl-act of country-abouO.r'-,.
quarter of a il iu widtl,-aiid extend.i,
ed for forty Mniles. Thetor-nado. wa
observed to rise in the West, satd'
thence pursued an Eastern directiow..
Evrytlidiig withili its- ra h
FonmION EioRATIon To Nzw..Yo ai
TY FOR MAY.-)uring the
Ionth 33,37 0 emigrantis Ariiyed' a
port of !Sew-York, whicli is' n, Imn
crense of 4,113 on 'the amoun.ofen
gration for the month- preru q
2,838 more than arived !k.
corresponding period of last Yeari
The number of emigrants froniUoerDa
ny.1or last month exceedsl thbat roi
any other country. being 13,939
from Ireland it is 12,875.
to previous notice a Rtailroad
veition was held at AshuvillN, M
i1st May, ult., which was jador
by several promnient gent,10en14pl
attendance, upon the propriety
establishing Itailroad theilItjU jh4 Ld i
the State, connecting with the 'WV1Y "
Gen. Bynum beig loiudly alTh
for addressed tie Convention- atuboin
length. - Ile called 'upon the people;k'
North Carolina to 'go. to.. work.row
and connect with Spurtanburg,'.5,
and then call on the State to fillup .1
link from Charlutte.. This was,he
best, the nearestathe cheapest route,
and can be built for one miliori Ia
thane the lahun Gap"- Windbn o
Our countrymnzz, Catlin, the- edl.
hIated collector of Indian relles
whose MuscuIIu hias long bden one 0T
the attraetions of Loiidon, is "nohy-"in
prison for debt. It appears that Mi.
Catlin, in his zeal to enhance the- ahi'
of his collection, has inVolved himnae'f
in pecnniary difficulties to such -at
extent that, unless Congress speedily,
interferes, all his paintings aud.
riusities must be sold at auction
irrclaimably. scattered. In, a lett ,
a friend, ho makes at paihejpe A
to Congress, that his colle-ti n .
be saved to the' coufite wI ch z e
yet be done, if' done gulc-t.
reminds the statesmen of duroetrc '
that such records eantiot be-gaif
-olIected. We hope this appeil niy
not prove fruitless.
DlIsTREsqsNG AmcLENT.-W learn,
rrou the Easteni >a. Slntinel- of
ble d -at
tary trainig at Strousburg,
.'n !donxday of' last week, caused bj-then
prelunature dischatrge of a cannoii.
W illiam IF. Hlinton, one of the persons
who was engaged in ramming the
nartridge', was so shockingly -nyangled.
that he died the same evening, George
W ashington, another of'the cannoneners.
bad his left arm carried away, an'd
was severely bur-ned.
~27 Generdal Pierce, is -a battiv'er -
Hitisborough county', New Hlampsliibe,
tud of excellent family, his- father be
ing the Gerieral Piercee whose'lngme
hadl honorable rank in the last ware;
.Llillsbo.rough county is-the birth.
place of several eminent med: I-Top
Daniel WVebster, Genieral C'as,lHon
John A. Dix, &c.
It wvould p~resent a curious nie
dence if Daniel Webster'wecre topyrove
lie noiminee of' the Wings-a eniet
by no meians improbable.- nife
State Rights Republicaw'
OKE OF 'inE. DARK PLI.e -: .oFRH
E.n-rn.-Mr-. Huhm~t; a Wi esleyanm
sionary' among the Feegees, who are
canniiibals of the worst descri ein, be
staited 500 persons had been eatenait/
five years, within 15 nmles of hie si..
denee. Somne of them emat raiw human
lesh, and chew it as sailors dIotObOcob.
They sometimes eat the tr best friends~:
W hen paet grew old bt ey, werkkill
e'd by t heir children. S >.metime~s they
were buried alive t brown to the
sharks. Wvomen o >~a leer
husbands were kill ti.
TIuE Exiizs ry4 17Anis.-it is notied
that atmong the equsiiCuous guestaist
the Paris fete, wtgre some of the Hun.
gar'in, Polish, and Italian exilesr in.
eludinig som cof' those most obnoxious,
to liussia and Austria. .
As they wvere specially invited,; if
may be takeni as an indication -jiat.
Louis Napoh)leonl does not measg:Whtiis
hospjitality by the wishes ofth tiabsi-.
lute powers. iFar fromn it. .'He'2keps
his ppressions for his owsa ipenple, and
does not care for'the outbreak of friee.
dom(s long as it does nob show itself'
ii IF rance.-States-Rights Repiublican.
Fat.xcsco.-Th'le site for this buII~ig'
has al readyv, says the Alta, beeort' in
possession of' the Governnmtteorttao&
tor. It is embraced in the squra/ea
hounded hy WVashington, 'Satsomey
.1ackson, anid liattery-.sts. -Them frst
story of' the edifice is to be built otf
Quiney- granlite, and the~remainder - m
upper a- icls of brisek, .n'anufactured.
by at new aplparatus which Mtr.: Adams.
(the contr-actor) has brought~ out with,
him, and. which will be put in o ertioii
near tihe city. -
Tuti SEAsoN AND -THR ChoP --he
season, thus far, tho~ghu renauirkably
dry, hats been highly hiavoralelt for thie
crops generally. Uate lmave ufred.
moilst, and are~ genenudly. lo "iS4.fo.
thiiik the ' iel gencerally .p
Corn anid C'otton geurai I ,.
and, witha favorabile suaso lh
time tiruard, numlst turn oult, it - andu
Aa dunit v'i-h1L - (4Lrt,-.: (ioautIm