A Rave on a cherry free.
--The Providence Post that about three years ago a citizen of that place found in the woods a very small wild cherry tree, a mere shrub, and thinking it possible to make something or it, though he heartily guessed what, transferred it to his garden.
It has grown rapidly, and is now about fifteen feet in height.
But what is most astonishing in relation to it, there appeared upon one of the smaller of its branches, about seven feet from the ground, a few days since, a beautiful white rose of the "double" species; about two inches in diameter, and having every appearance of the cultivated garden rose growing upon its natural stem, the only difference being that the rose stem, which ascend from a branch of the tree not much larger than a pipe stem passes quite through the rose, and is seen at some distance above it. Near to this stem, on one side, is another, with leaves as in the former case, resembling the rose leaf more than the cherry, and on this is a beautiful rosebud, nearly ready to open its if to our gaze.
On the other side is a ill another stem, but unmistakably a legitimate shoot of the parent cherry tree — the leaves bearing but slight resemblance to those on the other sums referred in.