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fr? PUBLISHED WEEKLY.). A FAMILY PAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS. LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE MANUFACTURES, MINING, AND NEWS J PRICE $2 PER YEAR In Advance. KOBEBT P. WIRING, Editor. j $ III U S M. HER RON, Publisfcr. "Kjp ifntfs JMmri as f fjr ISillm but one If rn. VOL. 2. CHARLOTTE, N. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1854. NO. 48. infill Snsinua Carts, Srr. ft .Sttoriny til aUUV, LoitergaiSs Brick Bmiidimg, 2nd Jloor. IIAKLOTI Y.. It. Cm ROETT A. ROIiSK, FACTORS &, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .Va. 1 umd Aiiumtie W'lunf, CHARLESTON, S. C. I w Libcrt advance, ma e on Consign arnu. 1 i' Special ttcatin .ire a tstha sale f Floar, "o r , iT axpi rieaoa in hj iwslni . vvc Jtc I ml Iron o r Ir.l confident March 1".. H I 'living Baltafactioa. 1. 1 Cm Dry Goods in Charleston, So. Ca. IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS, 909 and I 1 King Street, corner ol .Market Slrci t. CHARLESTON, S. ('. itition V". n. II! i.k p., Carpeting and Pi :tl 11 .'... IK. IJ! 1 K its artain Material. Silks and Uich lr ."I i n' i II is and Ska aria. Term. l.uk. I irch IT. I8SI - :. UW .i:s, V Oa KM, OtM Price Univ. 34 lv RANKIN, PULLIAAf & CO., Importer! ami Wholesale Dealers in roREIUS AND DOJ.KSTI4 STATU A.M) FANCY KO. 131 MKKTiXC STIC B I T, : lv CHARLESTON, S.C. sept 23, '53 l y H. WihMAMU k 00., M iuafcctar rs and D alcra in N M A, LEGHORN, FUR SILK & WOOL u: a j OFFOSITK c i: ICI-Ks iv. hotel, sep! 23, '53 l y CI I A RLESl ON , S. C. IN. a. O...KN. LEOPOLD COIIN. N. A. COHEN & CCHN, HPITDM AMI RALBM IN foreign ami domestic dry coons, Nil. 17 BAST BAY, (10-1 y.) CHARLESTON, S. C. To A Beloved One. BY .ERAI.Ii Hill Heaven hath iis crown of stars, the earth Her glory-robe of llovvers The sea its gems the grBd old woods Their songs and greening showers; The buds have homer, where leaves and blooms In beauty wreathe above; Hih yearning heaits, tl.eir rain-bow dreams And we, sweet! we have love. We walk not with the jewelled great, Where Love's dear name is sold ; et time we wealth we would not give For all ti.eir world of gold! We revel not in corn and wine, Yet have we iroin above Manna divine, and we'll not pine; Ho we not live and love ? There's sorrow for the toiling poor, On Misery's bosom nurst ; Uich robes for ragged souls, and crowns For branded brows Cain-ruist! Put Cherubim, with cl .sping wings, '"vrr about u be. And, happiest of God's happy tilings, There's love for you and me! Thv lips.tha kis till death, have turned Lite's water into wine; The sweet life melting through thy looks, Hath made my life divine. All Love's dear promise hath been kept, Since thou to me wert given; A la'.d, r.for my soul to climb, And summer up in heaven ! 1 know, dear heart! that in our lot May mingle tears and sorrow; loir. Love's rich rainbow built from tears, Presages smiles to-morrow. The sunshine from our sky may die, The greenness from Life's tree. But ever, 'mid the warring storm, Thy nest shall sheltered be. I see ihee, Ararat of my life! Smiling the waves above! Thou hail'st me victor in the strife, And beacon's! me with love. The world may never know dear heart! What I have found in thee; Bat, though nought to the world, dear heart! Thou'rt all the world to me ! lead them to heaven, and more full y to prepare! Bruin "Starrintf." them to Iiv3 in the celestial marriage union with A frightful scene occurred lately at the theatre the Lord in heaven forever. j at Czcrnby, in Bohemia, during the performance But in order that our natural views, and feeding of a melo-drama called the " Bear of ihe Mouu in marriage and cotce firing marriage, may be lain, ' the principal actor of which was a bruin of I converted into spiritual, we must n oaru it as a sucn wonderful docility and dramatic launi iiui divine ord'iiance; we must regard the Lord him- lor a long succession of nights he attracted ove r self as present in it, and we must fulfil its duties ; flowing audiences. On ihis occasion, however, in love to him, and in obedience to His command- 1 something had put this star out of humor, and menis. Therefore, in order that we may now, by he was rb served to he wanting in those brilliant his presence and benediction, co-isecrate the work displays of the histrionic which had previously of his ow n hands, let us in spirit and in tiOifc look overw helmed fiim with applause. In ihelhird act, unto him, and praj that he would make his face I instead of coming down the mountain by a wind shine upon the nuptial, and his blessing rest upon ing path, with the slow and solemn step prescribed his servant aud handmaid. in the. prompter's book, he alighted on the stage After prayer Mr. Wilkes addressing Mr. Ritchie j at one bound, like the descent of an rerolite. On said, "Wiliiam rousliee, wilt tliou nave i:.is wo- ' ins return bemnd ihe scenes he received reproois, man for thy wife?" "I w il!," was the prompt, though inaudible re ply. Then addressing the bride, he said, "Anna Co ra, wilt thou have this man for thy husband?'' 'I will," was the response, in a clear but slight ly tremulous tone. Mr. Wilkes, then addressing them both, "Do which instead of improving made his temper more sullen, and it was with difficulty he could be nie vailed upon to go through his part. In ihe last scene he was induced to commence a waltz with a young and beautiful peasan' girl, and seemed to take so much er joy me ill in the dance, that the w hole audience gradually lose in their seats, and standing on the benches, drowned you, in the presence of the Lord, and before these i the sound of a powerful orchestra -w ith their ac- witnesses, declare your intention to perform your duties faithfully in the marriage covenant, accord ing to the Divine Laws?" Thev answered, "1 do." Mr. Ritchie then placed a ring upon the fourth clamations of wonder and delight. In a moment, however, the joyous spectacle was changed into a scene of terror. A piercing shriek was heard through all the tumult, and the lovely dancer was wliu led round with the velocity of a wift wheel, M l.5)iAW. WAlaKILIt &. Hi Iisaii:. AND CO M MISSION MERCHANTS, KORTH ATLANTIC Wllvnr. CHARLESTON, S. C. i'r . 'iii tils mi fir .-lh s z I ' j. ton Filiy cents -er Bab. i 33 I -.VL 10- I V Mi RAMSEY'S A.t Ml . '' Z.T So---- . ?' PIAKO STCRS. ICAL IXS rUU MENTS, N UNNS ro.'s Patent Diagonal Grand liAKOS; llall-t Davis k Co.'s Patent sspeiiiioa Bridge P1AKOS : rartorj Prices, alambia, S. C. biekeriafja, Tra vera' and at be i best makers' Pianos, at pt. 23, 1S-..1. 10-1 v. BY JENNINGS B. KERR CAttrloStc, The marriage Foi nt Ravemwoad. The marriage of Anna Corn Mowatf, the ac complished American Authoress and Actress, and William Foushee Ritchie, of the Richmond Rn qmrrr, was solemnized on Wednesday, the 7ih ol June, at Ravens ood, l.orx Island, the residence o! Samuel G. Ogren. Eq , the bride's father, in the presence of a larce and distinguished circle of : friend-. The weather, sympathizing with the rrasion, w.-is highly propitious to the gathering of the company, hot less so fo their separation The sun had considerately sheathed his fiery nr- j rows, ar.d a timely rain the r.iht previous had laid the dust, so that most of tbe guests went out in curri ees the distance from tbe city being about five miles. A shower about 5 o'clock, when a portion of the company wee about refarninr, was ihe only contretemps of the otherw ise, altogether j.- ful occasion. The bride was most becomingly dressed in w hite , silk, richly embroidered with lace, let in. She wore a wreath of myrtle leaves and tea roses, wrought with her fnir fingers we may add, cn parrnttcse, that it is one of Mrs. Ritchie's fancies : never to wear artificial flowers or other imitations finger of the bride's left hand, and holding it there and discharged from her partner's arms headfore- sauf: With this ring I espouse the to be my wife, in I he name of the Lord Jesus Chris', w ho is the bride groom and husband of hh church." To which the lady answered, (Mr. Ritchie still holding the ring on her finger. "Together with this ring I accept thee to be my husband, in the? name of the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the bridegroom and husband of his church." Mr. Wilkes then joined their right hands, and said: "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I pro nounce you husband and wife. Ye are no more two, but one flesh." Then the couple kneeling, Mr. Wilkes proceeded: "The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: the Lord make liis fuce shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: the lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give the peace-" Then tunning to the audience he said: The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ bo w ith yon all. Amen." The ceremony was peculiarly impressive, and formed one of the most interesting features of the occasion. W e may as well state here that ' the " 1 Bl a .a n a ' a quaini lean.ng ot conjugal love, relened to by a morning paper as having well nigh disturbed the solemnity of the ceremony, could only have been remarked by one who was ignorant of the fact that "conjuginl love" is the Englished title of one of the most celebrated of Sweden bo re's writings, and that the "conjugiaP' is uniformly used by all the translators of IS wed en bo rg and among them have been many eminent scholars instead of "conjugal," which word, we believe, is not to be found in any of Swedenborg's writings. When the ceremony was over and the bride had recieved the salutations of her kindred she nnutM - .a. i.. -a,- XJ. i I A it c- W i i i . 1 i 14 VH KcsidcBca, on Main Street, 3 doors south of Sadlei Hotel,) CIIARLOITE, X. C jT" l:.-e rat ami mad- by tbe celebrated A. B.C. of nature for ornament and from the wreath was ! passed through thv glass doors opening to the pi suspended a rich veil oflloniton, that was looped azza, w here she received the rest of the company up ?,t her side. A pearl necklace presented by I ns 'hey passed out to the open air. the groom, lent a flattering contrast to the white- Before t his ceremonial had been eomnleted nn- nesi of her r.rck, r.nd a R. rtha of Rrussels points 'hcr apartment had already been thronged with was attached to w'T tiosorn by J th" same set with the necklace, had taken up their position, the a pearl brooch of; 1 gnesls, gathered aroun 1 a table laden with every When the couple Rev. Mr. Wilkes, tetbod, and a i ptlv atti a a i r.intr J nded to. to tl Orders solicited d I- -S-ly. Si .3a. Si: A LAMBCRT, 21'. KV.: BTCEKT, CHARLESTON, S. ('., MPltRTKRS k DEALERS ia Royal Velret, Tapes try, Brassels, lh ee ply, Inajrasa and Veneriaa I.RPKT1.XGS; India, Rash and Spaaiah .MATTIM.'S, tsa, H.H.r Mats, &e. ke. till. t'LO rHS, i .ill widths, rot for rooms or entries. llclStl LINENS. SHI RTIXGS, DAMASKS, Diapers, ti Law us. Towels, Napkins, Doylias, he. ftRNlCES .. a j .iei , nai:is win i:o v.cn io examine our stock ore pare basing alsewbere. loaf . S3, I8.1 10-!y didicacv. and nunctuallv and hnnntifullv renlenish ed Irom apparently inexaustible stores. Simulfan- clergyman o! the iew Jerusalem Church, of consiy dancing commenced in another apartment, which .Mrs. Mowatt is n!sa a nirmlur, advanced ! "here those were occupied who had not found proceeded to read ih" matrimonial service a nd use among ine members ol inal rehsious commun- in morn ngreeable entertainment elsewhere. The bride and groom retired about six, and with them a large portion of the company, though the donc- most into the pit, where however, she was caught by the audience without damage. The next moment the stane lover of the peas ant girl, who had been coquetting in a dance in the distance with a group of ballet dancer's, advanced, in ihe performance of his part, to wallz with the bear. The former catastrophe had been so ratid, that, though his danger was fully perceived by the audience, whose cries were quite loud enough to deter him, it was evidently unperceived by the lover. 1 he bear was instantly on the qui Vive, measuring him from top to toe, and flinging his iegs around him, began to waltz with such extra ordinary boundings, that the astonished lover was soon whirled off his feet, and in another moment was at the top ol a stage precipice, and tossed into the surges below. The asionishment now, however, had turned into consternation. Tbe hear was seen dancing forward evidently pleased with his own exploits, and with his muzzle bro ken, the noose hanging loose around his neck, and roaring fiercely. The whole audience now started on their feet, rolled over each other, and in the attempt to es cape choked up the doors of the pil, boxes, and gallery The town police were now called in, formed a circle and charged the bear with fixed bayonets. Firing was out of the question, as the bullets which missed the bear must take eflec on the audience; out the bear, though left alone, ex hibited the adroii.iess of education, and the in're pidiiy of his natur?. A part of his training had been the platoon exercise, and suddenly knocking down a corporal of the guard with one paw, and seizing his musket with the other he threw his cross-belt over his back, and proceeded deliber ately to prime and load. The terror of the audi ence was now extreme, and shrieks were heard from all sides, as he pointed the muzzle towards the crowded pit. The guard, which had regarded it as a remark able effort of city valor to have approached him at all, now widened their circle in all directions, to a respectable distance from an antagonist armed alike with the ferocity of savage nature and the weapons of civilization. But the long accustomed to military mana had exhibited lately at St. Petersbu toinime of the Buttle of Pultowa, nalnablv took the Swedish captive, and picked out each of thena from bis hiding place by a tender touch at the point of the bayonet. In ail their fright the au Tile Kcaotirces of Japan. Foremost among the resources of Japan are its fisheries. The sea and its prod ud ions, we be lieve, contribute fully as much to ihesustenar.ee of the natives, as do the fiuits of the earth rice, perhaps, excepted. One of their productions has a value which is not confined to the spot, but ex tends to us to our enterprize and our trade we mean the whale, or, as they call it, "kudauri. There is nothing of which such extensive use is m-.de bv rbn Tananese. both for rich and noor. Il is found all around Japan, but particularly in the 30a of Kenmano, w hich washes the southern coast of the Island Niphon, the most important territory of the Empire; and it also prevails in the Islands Tsusima, and Goto, and upon the coasts of Omnia and Nomo. These whales not only afford oil in great abundance, but their flesh, which is consid ered very wholesome and nutritious, is largely consumed. No part of them, indeed, is thrown away all is made available to some useful pur pose or another, excepting the large shoulder hone. The skin, which ts generally black, the flesh, which is red, and looks like beef, the intes tines, and all the inward parts besides the fat or blubber, which is boiled into oil, and the hone which is converted to innumerable uses all :s made available to purposes of profit. We have gone into these lew particulars respecting the whale, bcause it is that which has brought our countrymen inlo contact with Japan. Many of our ships have for some considerable time past fre quented tlioce seas for capturing the w hnl, an oc cupation which, it is found, might be pursued j press of France. I was di lighted at having hod with great advantage, under a commercial treaty so good an opportunity for observing her. Be w ith the Government of Japan, whose inhuman j sides ihe interest belonging to the eminence ol her laws at present not only prevent any assistance i position, it is always good to look upon a coun being rendered to shipwrecked mariners, but ex- lenance where youth, beauty and modesty are un pose them to positive mal-treatmeant, and even fo consciously enthroned. Nor was 1 less pleased violent death. To obtain redress in this respect ; with the deportment of the people among whom was the primary object of Commodore Perry's ex- I the I Emperor and Empress made their way after f The Frencli Emperor and Empress. A correspondent of the Courier snd Enquirer, describing a visit to the Jardirt des Plants, and es pecially to the hippopotamus, says: 'While viewing him from the stockado which forms his court yard, a party of ladies and gentle men entered his enclosure from the opposite side. They were preceded by ihe guardian of the ani mal, who 'stirred him up' and 'trotted him out' for their own amusement. All the gentlemen of the' party but one short fat person in a round hat, brown frock, and gray pantaloons, had their hats oft', as I suppose in deference to the animal or his keeper. Among ihe ladies of the party my attcn tion was immediately attracted to a remarkably beautiful, modest young lady, with the sweetest possible expression of countenance and with the simple dress of a lilac colored silk robe, and hat without flowers or ornament, rrom her beauty, simplicity, and the lively attention with which she regarded the movements of ths strange animal, I concluded that she w as some innocent young flower, just transplanted from the wholesome atmosphere of a country garden to the withering air of the Parisian hot b- d. 'At the conclusion of the examination of the ungainly animal, familiarly placing her arm in that ol ihe siiort gentleman, they turned to leave the '. nclosure. A glimpse of the gentleman's face, as he turned, immediately explained why all huts but his were olf. It was the Emperor Napoleon and she whom 1 had admired as a charming modest country maiden, w as no oilier than the Em- pedition Japan abounds in natural and artificial produc tions of great value. Its mineral riches are enor mous, ana include metals of various kinds, especi ally gold, silver and copper. Sulphur and nitre are also found in large quantities ; there is no want of coal, and there are precious stones of al leaving he endiTsure. There were no exclama tions, no bustle, no confusion ; but w herever the imperial couple passed, every hat was raised in afli ctionate. and respectful, but at the same self respecting salutation, which was received without ostentation by (he Emperor, aud rewarded by ihe sweetest smiles by the Empress. I did not, like most every variety: agate, sapphires, jaspers, cor- many others, follow them in their tour throughout nelians, and even diamonds; while pearls are J the menagerie ; there, as m life, their paths and found in great plenty among the shells upon the ; mine were divergent." coasts. Then the fertility of the soil is very great, j The mulberry tree grows extensively, and affords ! The Japan 'J'AnB. Mr. Siles E. Burrows, food for countless myriads of silk worms. The j one Q' our most prominent merchants, immediately Kadsi, or paper tree, serves innumerable useful "f'er the receipt of the news relative to the opening purposes, including the manufacture of cloth, stuffs j of the ports of Japan to the trade of the world, and corddge. The crruxi, or varnish trep, is an- conceived the idea of making a voyage to Jed Jo other valuable production of the country, yielding for the purpose of ascertaining the truth of the large quantities of a milky juice which the natives rumor, and if so to open a trade at once w ith the employ to varnish, or japan as we call it, various . Japanese. For this purpose he has fitted out one articles. Then there are the bay-tree, the cam- ' Ids clippers the Race Hound, but which for phor-tree, the fig-tree, the cypress-tree, with very the trip he has named the Lady Pierce, in honor many more, all more or less valuable, nnd from j of our present Chief Magistrate and sailed yes- which a great variety of useful things are made; j terday. There is no question of the fact, that if and last, though not least, there is the tea -shrub, ! the rumor be correct, San Francisco, from her po from the leaves of which the common drink of the j sition, is destined fo enjoy u large share of the people is brewed, and which is capable of yielding i benefits to be derived from this new field of com a valuable article of commerce. Trees growing: mercial enterprise; but so far as Mr. Burrows la nuts of various kinds are abundant; the maple is j concerned, we believe that with him money, nt extensive and excellent; bamboos are very plenti- j least in the present instance, is only a second con ful, and of great use, as they are everywhere in j sideration, and that his principal object is to attain the Indies; they cultivate as much hemp and cot- j to the distinction of being set down as the pioneer ton as they can find room for in their fields; and j of the Japan trade. To tfli ct his object, Mr. as to rice, which is ihe main food of the natives, j Burrows lias laid in a large cargo of lijouterie, that grown in Japan is considered the best in all intended ns presents for t he Japanese, and some Asia, and it can be produced in almost any 1,880 or 2,000 gold dollars for all who board the quantity. Their corns are of several sort; besides 1 8''P indiscriminately. He also takes with him i w,. ? bear, already the komi, or rice, there are the oomuggi, a kind , Japanese interpreters, and, in fact, has taken every ;uvres, and who ol barley; the koomuggi, their native wheal; and means to insure success The Lody Pierce is a urg, in the pan- the dauison, a species of bean, all of which a- I beautiful little clipper, fitted up in the most costlv ion. We give it at length because if is one with which few are familiar, and because it w.is pecu- j 'nS n,u' feasting did not terminate till eight, dicnce roared with laughter; it was eviJent that hnrly solemn and impressive. Fo .rasmuch as Anna I nra and W i dan Pnnshoo are desirous of entering into the holy state of mar riage, t?iey now present themselves before the Lord and thi- company, thai their mutual consent to be united together as husband and wile, may be witnessed and consecrated according to the laws of Divine Order. Hear, therefore, the declaration of the Word of God concerning the divine institution of marriage. God created man in his own issage ; in the image of God created he him; male and fem.tle created he them. AudGd blessed them; and God saiil unto them. Be fruitful and multiply, and re plenish the earth, and subdue it. Gen. 1st, 27, 28. And Jesus siid. He w ho made them at the be- ' ginning, made them male and female, and said, I For ties reason shall a man leave father and moth er, and shall cle.ive to bis wife ; and they two shall b? one flesh, but one flesh geiiier, let net man pu The marriage of one man with one woman is therefore designed in our very creation by Him who made us. The love which brings them to gel her, and binds them to each other, flows into their minds Irom I). vine Love, which is ever op erative in creating and forming a heaven ol human beings, and which h productive of every thing hu man in man, and tits him for the reception ol the Lord. Conjuginl love is the union of two minds form ed lor each other ills a union like that of the understanding and will in man spiritual in its The American Hotel, CI1ARLOTTI5, N. ('. BEG to tanoanc; to mj ire ms, ihe pnalie,and pre:-, tin patrons at the above Hotel, that 1 bavelraatd ihe m ir a t, rni of years from the t of Jannarjr next, t'-r wliieh titar, the ratira pmpi riv will be thonmgt: rep: "d and reaovatsdl, ami the Immmm kepi in first ai '-c!e. This II .tel ia near the 1 pot, and pleasant-itiia- '('. rendcrina it a desirable house tert.avdlcrs : no. s. ll v Hi. 1 22! C M RAY. Balttmoiv Piano Forte IHaMafac !. .1. WISH A BROTHER, SI in aractarers of Bon dot r L U.-and ;!iiil Squire PIANOS. These wishing a a-l and bstantial Pinna thit will last an aye, at a w price, iMay rely on getting aajeh by addressing the BMtactnrar, !y Mail or atfarrariae. We have ilie kor of serving and referring la the first families in the Me. I:i nu case is disappoialnsenl s-utlVmhlc. Tiie I far tarsi a, also, refet la a Imst at their fellow citi k J J. Wise. A BROTHER. 1851 2s.Cm Baltimore. Md. :t ha it cm x suxnv, IVTIONF.KKS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fOT.I MHIA, S. C, I """ILL attend to the sale ol all kinds af llrrrhsndin), Produce, itc. Also, Keal and Personal Property, uurchase and sell Haves, c., on t'o:nmission. - K uni-Xo. 1 I Richardson street, and i.nme "i'lite the United States Hotel. 'I IS.'ll THUS. II. MARCH. J. M. E. SilAKI'. when a most delightful entertainment was brought to a happy close. Y. Y. Evening Post. his pautomimical recollection were still slrnrwr nn. on him, for he compelled every man of his cap tives to lined down upon the stage, strip off hi.s accoutrements, and beg for his life, A flourish of trumpets should this unequivocal victory, but Kic king Horses. Having had a great deal ol trouble with this class of animals, I w ish to inform others of a plan made use of, and which never j f'illt in n m- inclonrta Tlui ii-c-1 limn II ... ., r, ImIa.1 ' M.,...uaw.Ma m.ouwi- . i lit uill UHK, u las Mini, : . , f , was on an animal that had bt en so badly spoiled I Td J tiie conqueror, had forget in the breaking, that after she h.:d been given up by some of the best horsemasters as incorrigible, was taken to the harness and worked nicely, leav ing off her bad Inbits entirely. i ..... .r ... : i. r i i i.. . . "uul"J won superior lanna. j nu luxurious manner, tier cabins and general 1 ho manufactures of Japan have, hitherto, been appointments fully equal thoso of the most mng eonfined almost exclusively to their own domes- j nificenl of eor floating'palaces. She also mounts tic wants; but many of them are, nevertheless, five guns ol small c?ilibie, not so much to intimidate, valuable as articles of export. Our adoption here ns for her ow n protection in case of attack from and throughout Europe of the term "japan" as j any of the Hong Kong pirates who iulest those applied to certain kinds of varnished ware, indi- atert. Her mission is essentially pacific It have followed j art. nr.. .n,l ..... ..I .1.., - 1 I .1 ' 1 t I , . . , , , im" vea oy me near netgiioor- paim ana varnisn, on inner, very hi.dih- end victory, nut me ore nest r, hall j tree, resembling our "papier-mache," which thev - ' " ""-1 OU J w. ,.! v,.i,u ur i oi , uau iojuo: n.irl n Ihcir duly. The bear now miunn.l ir. r , ! oi wit, stage, growled fiercely at the kettle drum- ! them very superior, and some of them are c ilcu- mer, a nu uniting that Ins signal was not obeyed, lalcd to become ... " i catcs how well-known has been their peculiar x- j is expected that she will m ike the voyage insido cellence in, if not their invention of, that useful of forty days; and if Commodore Perry ond hit l lie V make various articles from tit .,.,,,.- inim.lrnn shnn M km . ., r. I , ,1 ..aa ... .i. - - '"" i : - . ... ...... .nu , wl, .'i;uuu (II UlU IIIUU ot her arrival, it will no doubt be a juyfull surprise for him to find an American merchant iho Real o. inesc might form objects of considerable trade, j avail himself of the benefits of the negotiation in Tho silks, muslins, and cotton goods are most of which he has been engaged, but the honor oi cop. ducting which to a successful termination, if rumor lie Pitrrititl o tfl I. a . ...I. m. .... u.vuiueu ill o oers. 1 Ills I'X highly "recherche;'' and their Take a stick forked at one end; cut the forks long enough to fasten their ends, after passing frorfi under the jaw to the bits of the bridle, then fasten the other end of the stick to the collar or harness. The stick to be long enough and strong enough to prevent the horse from getting his heed down, and as every one knows, a horse cannot kicii with both feet unless it can net down its ne made one mighty bound at the drum itself", and i carvings in wood, ivory, pearl nd fish bone, are pedition of Burrows is regarded with considerable rolled into the orchestra. Ali performers now j most ingenious and elegant. These are but a few j interest, and advices will be anxiously looked for IVOa . nL-C f., 1.1..,..,! I '..I I W .. . I . . . I . r . I. I - L I. i. I ..I M ( I I . .. . . - ...v.,, v.,oo iuihuivu uuwh, i "i me ihuuiicisui i!i"ir nsuoteraii, oui tney aresul- irom mm. an trancuco llcruld. matiereu imo i ragmen is, ami the i ncietit to show, tKken in connection with th. jr na- , . ,. - .i Meiv v. km ooui ieei unless u can get uown us h Metolore thev are no more twain . i i . rr n i ,,. f iu ' head; this effectually preventing that, stops the hat therefore Ood hath joined to- u r i - i- it i i -, t man put asunder.- Luke. ' ,.After 3 W "!e. W1,h the stick it may be dispensed with, a.s the horse soon yields. Try it, you who have kicking hor ses, ami you will succeed. Dollar Netcspaper. tant object; and our heartiest "God speed" will go j g m the basin of the fountain in the Palaia along with every exp ditioii for that purpose, nor j R"jal, in the presence of a crowd of promenaders do we consider the diflicuties that win of necesity j soon collected'. A gln8 globe, conlaminir a have to be overcome, as by any means insui mount- 1 certain liquid, was thro no on the water and then Livery and Sales Stable, ii v . ii. hi:a. T the stand formerly occupied ley 11. Morrison, in . Charlotte. II iraea fed. lured and si ld. t;.ud ac- P datiaat far Drorera. The custoin af hia frienda I 'he ablie gcneraJlj aalicited. rehraarj IT, 1834. 3d-v ""ow- R. m. OATKS, HAMILTON & OATES, CM MISSION HI RC A N T , Corner uf Michm .It m :n Isitii cl St, e.t. COLUMBIA, s C. Uune i 1 so I i ,. - i nature, and is derixed from the union of the Divine Love and Wisdom in the Infinite Creator. By the influx of love and wisdom from this Di , vine source, received by angels and men, heaven , and the church are conjoined with the Lord, and this conjunct ioa is rep reseated by the marriage relation. Wherefore, the Word, the Lord is called the Bridegroom and H OS band and thechi.rch is called tie Bride and Wife: and on the saino account, heaven is compared to a marriaxe. Siccdefi 'x)i a. Marriage is, tin refore, a most sacred iaatitatioh. It is the menus of the most important use, in the Divine kingdom of uses. It is thti recipient, the image, ami lias fountain of blessing in earth and m heave a. And, under the influence of love tru ly COOJUgial, the tenth nCy of marriage by m-ans of its varied duties, the aflections and sympathies I the negro, is to be brought "ut for C ngress in the -. i.r..i. :.- "... i - I ii j' .. vr v i m runs lorin, na i-;.r-5, J '.v-. "tin even us sor- aaonron uimtici, i. i ., ami expresses t lie opinion rows, is lo quality thv uni d pur lo" Heaven ; t Vcrtuits. The celebrated Raspaii, well known as one of the best Fiench chemists, has given an important ! receipe for destroying vermin on animals, and also ' j on plants and trees important, at least, if true. : The process he commends is to make a solution of aloes (one gramme of thnl gum to a litre of wat er, Fn nch measure) and, by means of a large brush, lo wash over the trunks and branches of trees with this solution. This simple process, says i Raspaii, will speedily destroy all ihe vermin on the trees, and will effectually prevent others from j approaching. In order to clea r sheep and animals i with long hair, they must be bathed with ibis so lution, or be well washed with it. Raspaii men- I lions several trials he has made with litis mixture, ' ad ol which have been attended w ith the most com plete success, and he very strongly recommends it to general us . A French lure is a litile less Ibaa three of our pints a gramme is the Eve-hundred ia part of a French pound. A Utile aloes, if useful al all, will thus a great way. broken u itli a pole ran lor their double bases sh: ne sons ot Apollo hiding themselves under their j tural productions, how varied and how valuable A Nkw Imfucmkkt OF WAR.A letter from benches, scrambling over the rails, or making are the resources of I he Japanese. j Paris, dated May 10, in the Cincinnati Gazette battle with the fragments of their trumpets and. To establish, then, a commercial intercourse ! ' trombones, roared lor help. wth such a country, were surely a most impor- "A curious experiment was made a few dav. .....uu whii saw mat ne had come so , tant object; and our heartiest "God speed" will go "go m the basin of ihe fountain in the Pnlai -v r iuuic ui uiu ui l ui 5 rii , now tried to make their escape in every direction. Shrieks and screams, roars and oaths, filled all parts of the threatrc; but whether ihe bear ihouubl . . i . d I mat the operation was too tardy, or recollected some of the old scenes of towns taken bv storm, he had no sooner prostrated the fiddlers than he sprang gallantly into the pit. Here all was con tusion worse confounded. J lie rapidity of ihe I I f r ( . . I i , f . n . I l" . I . . A I .. I 1 . . i ... I ! I'll l . i . . . ' 1 " ... O .-... u.u, u. .u...e.,., am, eucn i .o. ...ive uiieu me Gubernatorial chair of j well known to science in Paris havo invented ihi. was electric ; the bear stamping, bounding, and. ' North Carolina-arid Governor A. V. Crown of ' fluid, after long and patient study mV2 roaring with all the air of a conqueror; and it I Tennessee. The latter L'enilemn deliver the I oi rmikinr, it .ilakL. ; il . " i ... . - u nu wiv ill iiic rt' wnr in Ktiam was noi uihii trio tnratre was compiefcl v cleared, annual address. and his roar had entirely eubsided that the city cluini'( guaru, garnered irom ine stage m;ide a temporary ! on the ougmem m one oi me iouo.es. i he commander- ! nounced by member, of the Graduating class.- ' an enirmchmcitiTor a ditch full of water o on in chiel made h,s approaches with I lie caution of j The degree of L L. D. was conferred upon J..h ' the breach al a mome.t of JmmUL JSTa 25 science and nothing could be more deliberate than Randolph Clay. Knvov i P .., ,. I - L. . " , a8JU.,l or 10 nnl . .. c, ' . ' ".. .iu imuiu cause ine most tmt. u ; upon Albert femedes and Eli W. Caruthers, of ravages. An Experiment has .inc. bee,' tried ' : ionn ia row n.i ; Master ol Arts upon nine Grail, the river S eiiie. iii u tiih . i... n uates. and lt.ch,ln,,.f X rim V . " : j . ' "v Coil- , ' - r " jirauuaies. uuui o iu ourn wnn a Unma sulhe o uwiiiwCi oi o.suneiions wi r- awarded In ible. Journal of Commerce University of North Carolina. The Com mencement of this institution on the 1st. inst., was signalized by the attendance of Messrs. Reid, owain, Branca, Uraham, .Morehend and Manly.- all The liquid immediately tselt over the surlace of the water, and taking fire spontaneously, continued to hum with an in tense flame for a periud of fifly-six seconds, throw, ing out a dense smoke. The basin had the ap. pearance ol being ail on fire. Three uemlemen .al address Earbtee. young gentlemen de- mg ships, and in protec-ing or attackmg fortified ip d on W ednesday morning and evening ; and j places w here there may be a di'ch Thrown hi .e following day seventeen orations were pro- means of a forcing pump o the head of a .ap into iced bv members il ih flrmA; i . ' ; . .. 7 9 " lmw " Fh.:d" Douglass t.ir Corokcss. A cor respondent of tko Syracuse Standard, writing from Rochester, X. V. savs that " Kred " DottKiass, the courage with w hich be opened the door of the stage box. There he discovered that the bear had fallen asleep in the lap of victory, and, in fact, was snoring at full length on one of the crim- ; so.; benches in the pi'. The Captain of the guard ; distinguished in the city of Czernby for his valor, ai int. crisis ol allairs boldly ventured forward, and ordered his platoon lo fire a volley ai the sleeping monster ; but before this could be effected, iho keepers of the menagerie from which the ani mal had been borrowed, came in with ropes and nets, and were suffered to supersede ihe guard. Tbe bear very quietly followed his keepers. nd 'he authorities of the city, on the plea, that though Bears might make dangerous actors, Bonemtaa he w ill be elected. actors would make very good bears, publis! proclamation against Bruin's future appearance, Foreign Fbper. (I a A h members ol the various clauses. - - . A Hard Hit Henry Ward Beecher says he means to vote against the Nebraska bill, though 'he ballot-box should be placed in the iiwi mi h II. ' T ii thin fh. Vhnr.l!n,i j: . r """"""n iiou " pnes. mat every man has a right to vote in his own precittct. ,i,K,?.CaK01',:A Acuoad. According to the weioon rairioi, me liev Mr. Rob .n v inu.... ... set lire to the side, ol a ship for more than a mumU,lr. S"l'l,ose "oat laden with this liquid should be floated into the midst of an enemy', fleet and should be so managed that it would lake firo nt ihe moment of arriving near or in the midst of '! fleet, and that the liquid should then be di. lribl. d on the surface of the water ; the whole licet would take fie in spite of all the efforts that might be made to prevent i, and tUpy would lake hie exactly in th.. most dangerous plase. It is UOt lit CflO.irv In I !,' ,r,,r. St.. .1... ... - j ........ i.. nit; ii jiuru anu. nn v turn i i atr ii , ie Kev Mr i.ih,- . .. ri ' o " -mc anu nu- North Carolina is the leader o6uih f ao- me.ic. d.'