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f '!! l' i ' (I t.at tx-nluard ! Jf ijvi.
ti! ai..J or4m ! era IfouiuJ l m llitl tl
tu,! I 111 OuUnt Iu4 tlt pirrxMM. We blllg
not into corejiari srith tins ike (df kmm eon ligl.l,
l'tf lha In t u. ..-in L U is p.irej (.,itb timn
ll.s Wi)f!iM i f lb earth. iHtvgb eiat, to r p
Vita cuuijwifMotMittip wub ongrla. U UUe if tha
6arcl..petnrntif ntau't iaiMltjly,tlt (uxk vbicb
li.far.ii tint how h may moa ofl triumphantly
from cXitrxtal ixj I an. pot try rM, iJ grap
deaUmea ol hUwikUm) spUnd. eternity bit if.
Iim, ami infinity U kMMu ll is the record, too,
whkb tells thai lh rUUtgt artliot of (Jad'e so
li mi uvl ompirt ia ixX sxcluded from oar Maker's
eoaipaaaina but t hit the createra who move spot
ila surface, though ihy hats baavly sepukhrsd m
la sirifulnees and currupiM) iht mg'uAcact of
Ihsir Balurs, art )4 so daar ia iheir ruin to Him
who formad Ibem, that b buarad sWs the beatta
ia order to Open lhir f rare. Of ynu bavt only
la think what a chanie would pass oa thai aonci
of our race, if tba BiUe vara suddenly wuhJrawa,
ad all remembrance of it swept BWBy, and yon
orrivt at some faint aotim of tht worth of the vol.
am. Tski ffoui Christendom Itia bible, and yot
hart takea tbt moral chart by which a Km ila pop.
elation cV b guided. Ignorant of th Iraih of
4.; 2"t 7 CMalntf immortality,
lbs lens of thousands woulJ b mariners pawed
out eofitpaaa by mhkk to wUmt. Tba blua lighta
of th atorm-rWtKl would bum ater ia tba abroad
tad whea tba tornado ntha aero lha walara,
I bar would ba beard nothinf but tba ahriak of tba
larnrtod. and lb f roan of Ik aVpartinf . II wwrt
la iMittlw tba carta with ovxa thao Egy ptiaa dark,
ana 1 it war to dry ap lb ftmntaia of hamaa bap.
Cai it werw U ukt lif Uma imf Water, bid
a tbern atagnaol. and I ha atir from our boar,
ana and loavt them ia oacktluth, and lha vtrdurt
from our vallovw and Hf a lhm ia barrmwaa it
.' wara la maka tba prtmrot all rackleaaniHai tha fa-
lor all hopleaanaa, tlta manUo'a revelry, and lha
tirad'a delight, if you eouldaimihilata thai prtcioua
..m.m w mm w w 1 w vill 'W WW
'failaimmnrtality, and ift4rvct ioduty aod wou to
(lory. Bach ia tba Bibla.
f riM it, ya youth, and atody H mora and mora.
Prita it, ya agrj, fbr it lod lotb Now Jaruaalem.
Pritt it ovary ona t( ya, a yoa art intalligonl, im
mortal bainfi fir it givetb aodnrataiidinf to lha
Mmpbt. Duhfp Iltbrr, , '
fin M T I
l.u f I'l.. . ,
I u!.. i.. 1 1, . . . u ,
If lft-'- !,. A
wlinl . aiirt4tj a f.
i .t .r i
H(.r4 ,y t.
f.-4a Otrltring 7V-ir .Nothing ahowa a
grrater abjoctuoaa of aptril ihaa aa ovarboarmg
jatmper atparing in a ptraoo'e behaviour to infa
riora. ' 1 o hault or Imo tboat who dart oot an
aarigain, ia a Mrt a mark If eowarJica aa i
would ba lo attack with a drawn aword t mart or
ft ahild. And wheravnr you art per. in lo
inaull hit inferior, ou mav aaaura youraolf be
will trtf)p lo bia anpariaja ft r lb a mo btaaneae
of mind will lead hiro q act lha part of a bully to
Ihoeo who cannot roaiat, and oft coward to thoae
who can. Cut though wrvaoia and other oVpen.
bent ma,y oot bava it ia their puwer lo reforl ia
. 1 . ... - - . "
from ibair euporion, they art aort lo bo even with
tbembjriua commpt lby thenwlrra have for
them, and tha character they apread abroad of
I be m through tba world. - Upon tha whttlo, tha pro
per bahavour lo Mtfcriore la, to treat them with geo
roatty and humility) hut by nn mean with (amiliari
ty oo tbo ona band, or Imolftnct oa tba obler. "
' BrntvoUtct. Tru benevolence inapirea with
the lovo of juvtice, and pmmpt him in whaot bo
om U (Iowa, naitber 4o opprwa the weak, to im
poao no lha ignorant, trnr lo overreach lha anwa
ry i but to give every trait hit due, and with eteady
and undeviating atepa to walk iu the hallowed path
of canity. Dnceit and diaaimulatina, fraud and
faleehood, art far from the humble, worahipperjnf
uod. Integrity io enlhroned in bia heart, truth
dwella on bia line, and an enlightened ren-w of duty
regulate the w tuna ot ma conduct, lie taitniiHiy
perfurmo every prorntee, and fulfil a very engage.
mrnt. Otbera rvapect and truat bia word, becauae
" ha reepecta and bold it aacred bimaelf. Ilia life hi
characterized by the eimplicity of truth, and the
dignity of virtue and in dealing with hint, they who
have an opportunity of knowing hie character place
unbounded confidence in bia juetice tod fkilhfuloeaa.
. We pity tha man who haa no religion in bia
heart hw high and irreetetibieyarntng aner
better and bolter aswlence who 1 contented with
ika wiaiu iln mn r mmrih WIUMW aniflt
never r vol U at tha darknes of ita priaon-houae,
nor exuTle at the thoazht of ita Anal emancipation.
, W pity him becauae he OarJa no evidence of hia
liirh origin, nn tnaiiifedation of that intellectual
prerogative, which remlor him the delegate lord of
the visible creation. He can rank no higher than
animal aalure tKe epiritual could never atonp eo
low. To aeek f r beastly eicitementa to minia-
ter with a bountiful band to depraved and atrong
oppetitea era the attribute of the animal alone.
To limit our hunee and aapirationa to lhia life, and
the world, in lika remaining forever in the place of
our birth without ever lining the veil of lha vuuble
L.UjuiTHik!.k kanl nm.jiiip inlnru- ' '
UVI ll W HtVM
There ie religion in everything around ue; calm
and holy religion in the unbreathing things of oa
.lure, which man would do well to imitate. ' It ia a
- meek and bletaed influence, atealing in as it were,
uKo the heart. It cornea quietly and without ei.
citement. ll ha no terror no gloom in ita ap-
. . . . .A. .
' untrammelled by the creed and unshadowed by the
euperatitiooe of men. It ia from the hnnrta or the
Author, and growing from the immediate presence
of tha great spirit, which pervadea and quicaena.
h ia written on the arched aky. ' It looks from
very star. It ia 00 the Bailing cKkiJ and lo the
'invisible wind. It i among the hills and valleys
of the earth where theahrubleas mountain pierces
the thin atmoephere of the eternal winter or
where the mighty forest fluctuate before the strong
wind, with its dark wavea of green foliage. It is
apread out like a legible language upon the broad
face of the unsleeping ocean. It is the poetry of
nature. It is that which lifts the spirit within us,
until it is tall enough to overlook the shadows of
our place of probation which breaks, link after
link, the chin which bind us to materiality, and
opens loour imagination a world of spiritual beau
ty and holiaess. .. G. WUttur , - : , , 5 j
Female Jlathnet.r circ'umtane occarred at
Newport (wtys corrcpondoDtof a BQstcJ paper,)
K'a ( if. U'wf.l U t?,d bw !,Mff h but
br biwl-iil o'.j'' 1, 1 fo-unl l Ut MMlrci m
Irig rrq npr-l at bunm, pt I.m b ! 4tnd, ll
U !..( t4 t! br It ' WijuIJ iwirMtliklely
tbpod bar 6 gi-r. 1 ! tbreM WMofcnyrt lr-t-ad
wtiW cMilwipt, but Mranga to aav, ) carrtrd
be r KrtfMiima into edirt, and im uuMr one aT
Ihaa a erxood altered lU him tUn, wuh tba tmM
eilraordinary perreratM, alt eic UinW,fcllr'
I go at lb baiuL" The hU M for that Wa lb
kMlrurnenl ward, immediaiely (VII p.at bluw lb
rial, and evered lb whole of the Ian., but
without injnnng ban. Mr. Harry Fry, aurgeoo,
waa aeot for, and lbs Udy was dtmnit4 le andarge
a eeeond infltdioa, by havteg UmH the etump auv
putalad, and bar aautilatad bad was dreeaad. line
aWlarod ia the preeaica of that femleaaa,alihiab
Ha rgrettd tba loss ot bor foift, aha would du
tha earn thing agaia rather ihaa any reetrHtt
boo Id y pel upwa br rsaaooabla iuciuialioua.
Aea (F.g.) awraai.
- Wat' ti ayaaaa.
WEW RUSSIAN mKtM FOR WORXI.NU CR
. TAW COLD OHEjI
' Several Oot ice of a tew and anocb vaunted pr
ceaa for working goid or, Utely tried in tba ommm
of Siberia, have beea gtvws m our paper, but they
bavo all beo very bnaf, and utterly anintelligibla.
The following, translated from a Kueeua Uawtla,
arnt by our mimetar, Mt iMiiaa, la a rrieoa at rnt
tadelphia. Is foil and stpticit, and omt be found la
bars oa important bearing apna our Americas mi'
aing operation. Many of our ore, probably tbt
greater part of them, cooUia quarts and eynte,
and might, 00 doubt, be aucceaafolly tatei by the
method deacrtbed ia (hi paper, oomo wbal aaotlinad.
The p redaction nf tba area would aodaubtadly be
rreaiiy increased by this proceaa, bat whether tbia
tncreaa would compeoaat for tbt eooeumptioa of
luei and of Ouor spar, la a queatma whkh can be aa
swervd ooly by practical aiperiiaotl oa Urge
" la our IrtiMlallon, wa bava givea Iba weights of
the ore ia Avoirdupuia pououa, aod of Aa gad w
grains and penny weight, Troy and on lha autno.
nty of Kelley's Cambyst, have suppmwd the ZJat
aic 85M f rains M lolotnicksaai sm R$tUn
fomnd, mm O.tKTZd lb. avoirdiois ; 40 Buouaa
pounds mm Petod a. 80.1054 lbs.
u. a m.
TruntUlgd frvm IA A. Ptitrtkwrg Jonrnmi Sfft
' Auriferous aands bar been worked, ia diflereot
parts of tba world, from lha moat distant periode.
out the mean of a pa rating I be gold has twea sv
ry where confined to tbt aimpla otetbod of Wish
ing. It was Dot imagined that other means could
be found thai would present teeulis for mora advan
tageous, la Russia, where tba working of auriferous sand
ores become of treat importance, th attention of
govaroioeot baa been naturally directed lo giving,
to the rout bode in general use, til the perfociwo of
which they arc ouecepiaUe, and accordingly tba es
tablishment at tba foot of tba Oural mountains and
ia 8ibris kavt acquired a marked superiority over
tboat lo Transylvania and ia South America. Still
there was reason to believe, that, in spite of every
core, a considerable portion of the gold cootaioed ia
tba sand was lost ia the proceao.
The bed of auriferoua oanda art composed nf
pebbles ot different sites enveloped lo a kind of very
fine yellowish earth. It ia evident, therefore, thai
washing could titract only the gold contained io
Ibis earth. If the pebbles contained any, it would
remain undisturbed J and Lesides, tliere was rea
ana lo fear that lha water, while carrying tba earthy
portions over tba inclined plane,' would also carry
with them the finest and lightest particles of gold.
These evils di4 not escape tha attention of gov.
eminent t and, being informed that in llangary and
the Tyrol, auriferous vanrfs, reduced to powder ano
moistened with water, bad beea worked by the
method of amalgamation, orders were immediately
issued to try the tame process at the Oural mines.
At Zalooet, Col. Anowtf waa instructed to make a
series of eiperiments, upoa a large scale, for the
purpose of determining the I rot proportion of gold
contained in the auriferous oanda, and tha relative
advantage of tha different methods of working
them. v This officer baa esecuted his commission
with great success, and bit researches have led to
tba most interest ins and important results.
.dk maaa of 361,000 lbs of tend, comparatively-
poor, waa act apart for tha purpose of tba axpei
ments, and was thoroughly mixed, to is. to diatri
bute tba gold as equally oa possible in every part of
it. From ibis quantity 252,700 lbs were alterwsrds
worked by tbt common proceso used in the shops
of lha. OuraL namely, by washing over inclined
planra. The product did not exceed 68 dwta of
gold, corresponding lo little more than ball a grain
to 100 tba. Eighteen thousaud pnunda of Band,
worked by band, with the greatest care, on t small
washing table, produced 0 dwta of gold or 8 lOibs
Ot a cram to tht hundred pounds. - A man con
listing of 80,978 lbs was then worked by the meth
ods of washing aria amalgamation combined, and
produced more than 137 dwta, or 3 grain to the
100 Iba, a result oeveo ttniea greater tbaa by , the
ordinary proceoeV- -n .1 , 1! . '
, Having ihua made trial of lha different means of
working, Col. Anosofl determined to extend bis re
searches: ktill further, lie began by taking 361
lbs. of sand, already worked by the process of
wasliinff, aod rejrnrded without value, and from it
1TIie etrciri2 dwte. of gold, by amalgamation;
corresponding to 80 grains 10 100 Iba. r rm 002,
000 lbs of pebbles, pounded fine and mixed with
water, ho obtained, by amalgamation, 6 grains of
gold, being .0007 of a gram in 100 lbs. ,
Jt follow, from these experiments, not only that
the pebbles, on which the washing cannot operate,
contain a sensible quantity of gold, but that the
greater part of the metal, in the finest sand, is car.
ried of! by the action of the water, instead of re
maining on the inclined planes.! V ' ,
After all these cxperiiueuta, it waa important to
determine, by oome more efftcient and certain
means, tht true quantity of gold contained in the
auriferous aands. For thia pnrpose 0 lbs of aand,
which produced by washing 0,8 graina in 100 lbs,
was digested in nitro-muriatit acidr and tha gold
was precipitated bv sulphate f iroo. The result
of repeated experiments was always the same : 9
lbs. of sand produced, by this moons, 7) grains of
told ; which is 83 frams to tht 100 lbs, or more
than 100. times tbt quantity separatud by tha ordii
Tl.ia i! fuitij i t'.t .! , '
1,0 !, T . B") ix.. I.. J 1 !rj I'.a
Mi.- i-f I!. Oural tm.ll I m r U. ft.il It Bp.
(. frij iltru ly dil'n ull Ui lliixl li.i trufS
by f truly B')iutaa.AiS ltrtltiKl, To rrpr u
S grval aiai, tlxmx al (fialHi Iik b had
fluf4 B4 SutCAaaful, Ut liiamAf tl.S fftft OXUl
f 'Milaioct m aa.rrnMM Mia S M IT vneana
4 ir J, was svnicMily Mtitifarin U. Ila tb
bruraas of Bttlirltiu Waa loo casly to b gso
rally said, and a.t w.ver il bad U proved ihtt
lU nwrxili abaorbed but B aaJ1 ffifttfiW of lbs
gold 0Mtaiufd M lb Band. 1
Cut. Aansf.IL Ibartfora, detertniord to try lbs sf-
foci of etnrlUng sufifaroM aanda. He fopd that
tba and of iua. which lby 00U1, would ba
Convened mto cast irt by lit action of lha are.
and would absorb, at Iba same lime, a largs part of
tbt gold contained it lha send. It sppawrsd easy
to attract, afterward, tht told from Ibt trot, by
moons of sulphurous acid. All Ihest ojierstioos
euoceedad pat focily, and Ibt following art iht rs
wlts of Ibt si penman Is anadt, Brat 00 1 ttnall, aod
afterwards oa a larrs acale I
1. Nine pounds of asad, miisd with sow dared
charcoal and AW apar, and mstiod Is crucible,
predwad t.U grains of gold 100 lbs, laervlurv,
would product 76 grama, being nearly 94 limes as
much as bv tht ordinary process.
7. Tbt fosMW of 101,744 Iba of mod, performd
iaairfofMr,Malaotomiaactory rseuiia. Frool
this BMaa, wbicb would bsvt y wldtd, by washing,
only tt dsis. lbs re wsrt sxlrsrtsd 1804 lbs of csat
irua,eonUiiung lMOi dwla of gold t quantity X7
limes gtstter Ihaa would have best obtained by ibt
. 8Ad weighing 23Jl lbs, and 3489 lbs of
floor spar, moiled in t forooet destined for fluxing
topper, produced 720 lb of iron, containing U94
d wis of gold. Submitted to Ibt act wo of water ever
inrlinedpiaoe, this mod would bavt produced but
111 dwts told. 87 times leas.
ll is sway to perceive the imporUnet of I beea dis
coveries, aod bow stuck this may be mid to increase
tht value of Ibt auriforouo aands of Oural and iba
Altai. Al first sight, indeed, wt might be led to
suppose lbs! it would bo easy to add annually to Iht
imperial treasure twenty or thirty limes more gold
Ihaa bad beea heretofore produced m Ibt mines of
Siberia. Wa must bat, however, count apna ouch
aa increase of product 100. Vast as art tbt forests
of tht Oural, 1 bey could oot long furnish tbt chsr
coal eceaaary for fluxing tbt ooornous quantities
of mod worked every year by washiot. But it is
probable that bereaiier a greater quantity of met
al may ba extracted, with t lost consumption of sand
ao that Russia need never apprehend tht failure of
this aourcwsf riches. Tbt bods of auriferous mod
discovered daily it Iht Oural atououina and tbt Al
tai art 00 numerous tad extensive, that it waa diffi
cult to foresee a lima at which even the present
mode of working would exhaust theis; but (bis let m
will be still further extended if Iht new process
shall be adopted. Te obtain 631,814 dwts of gold,
by tht method of washing, mora than 480 millions
of pndnds of aand were oeooeaary 1 by tba method
of fluxing, 87 millions would bt aufficieot Heoct
wt may regard Iht mineral wealth of 8ibrria aa
inexhaustible, especially aa Ibt mod already Irorfc
ed by the old method, tod atanding ia heaps around
tha laboratories, msy1 bt subjected to Ibt process
01 fluxing with great advantage.
'Vest lis iVns Ymrh Cwmitr 4 Caevirer.
A eorrrepondeuct bad taken place, which will
bt found between Mr. OVonoell aod Nr. Steven
ana ia reference lo certaia odensiva expressions al
leged to bare beet Deed by tht former gtotlemaa
touching tba slavt-holding relations of tbt Ameri
' Loxdow, Aagost IS.
THE AMERICAN MINISTER ANO UR. O'OON
' t NELL ' ' '
. 23 Pobtlas Pises, Aog. 9.
811 1 My attentioo has beea called to tbt publi-
cation ia iht but Spectator of a speech wbicb pur
ports to Uve Mw.debvard-yyww wuWw
meeting in Birmingbsm,io which you art reported
to hsve used tbt following Unguage in relatioa to
myjeiri ' , -
" believe their very A aibserador here is a slave-
breeder, oot of tbost bsiogs who rear p slave for
toe purpose ot trattic is it possible that America
would send here a msa who trafficka in blood, tod
who ia a disgract to human nature r
I desire to know from yoa whether lhia is a cor.
reel report of what you mid on that occasion-, and
with that view add rem lo you thia communication.
I am, Sir, very respectfully, your ob't. servant,
To Daniel O'Coooell, Eaq; 6t T T
. - 16 Pall-Mail, Aug. 10.
. Sit: loconsrquencs of your letter of yeaterday's
date I examined the report of my speech at Bir
mingham in tbt Spectator of tht 4th inat., and have
no hesitation io saying that the paragraph vou hare
selected ia not a correct report of what i mid 00
Inat occasion. . . ; .
The very next sentence, does, to my mind, show
that the report could oot be correct, and having ex
amined another report since, aa well as from dis
tinct recollection-1 repeat, thai tba report is not
correct. ,, -, . ,
: I bavt tbt honor to be, Sir, your very ob't- servt.
'. . DANIEL O'CONNELL
; 83 PoiTtARD Place, Aug. li, 1338.
Si z I have Iht honor to acknowledge tht re.
ceipt of your note of last evening, in answer to the
oot from myself of the preceding day, -
PrenTTmirig that you iuteJooTyour reply aa a Hit
avowal of the ofTeosiva expressions contained in
that part of your reported speech which had allu
sion to myself, nnd to which yosr attention was
cauea, 1 am satiatiua with tht answer you nave
given. - .' :..-,.;, 1
v Aa an incorrect report of your speech has been
made public, through the press, I beg to inform you
that I deem it due to myself that the correspon
dence which ba taken place should also be pub
liahed. '',:'- ' .; j'':;.--,
I am, sir, very respectfully, your oh'dt. eert,
.a ', A. STEVENSON. :
To a O'ConneU, Rsj, dtc. . e t', ?. X".
The Temperance Festival at Liverpoool, in Ju.
ly la t, according to the Liverpool papers, was a
glorious aff iir. All the various aocietHw accom
panied with a band of music, appeared in proces.
sioo, with banners, on which various mottos, die
were inscribed. Tht Jordoa atreet Bonefit Sori.
ety, bad a banner 14 feet 6 inches in depth, and
hung on poles 19 feet long on it was painted
. I .I . W i a tJ K. iu.
t. ... r.i.Mwt L Ua n.riL. 1 ba prra.ifl
f . . w w - - . f
. I all lha prinrii-al s!fti, Br4 UrrS
m,r b-ifs ail b!f on t!ir foMts, t bsr p
tyA tbaa est probauiy or cupoo y soy p w" i
la tb vei.ng, tea partis wars glvae to various
.J ,.m t..mm- al mm elawe, ball sad da waa.
TbaS war slaw several puUie meatmi. oral nf
tharb was IS lb Op0 Sir ojJwBie ina rau-.
i f ; (ll on' i.
J.'urUims l.ata, aiihin a ft il.ja j-. ,
n4C tm (r(rf Jl Bffl MifJ latKj, th rrillf,:,
WS bVS 0-4, A fotllaa, fvrr,,,J J(Jt
I bay tolauO in I,rfiii.)liua.N itttrj ,
la New Tsfh the foat mtJy 1 NgM:j
that ia I t weVi St tl.all ba alia U, , t '
Lira il lbs alata taf Bartma tbruuiiki iL .
Jamas K. Polk, ia Tsnweaaws, Ut ierUr,
self a csmliUls Ir Ihs offioe of Ooerwr,
THE WESTERN CAROLINIAN.
Tavaaesv Evamiw. Ocrftaat 4,4iar
A wake ya thai slumber, and ariso. Il ia ee
ly wseessary ibsl our people should awaka from
thsir fetbargy, and exert tbsmaelvas aow to securt to
Iheffouth Ibst degree of prosperity which ber inv
menat rsaourcst would at 000 snsurs, ander a
bealiby otataofaclium The people of Georgia am
moving with energy ia lha greet cause they set
pUioly thai nw is the time for action wa muet
M do or dt rpracraslinatioa ia oot only M ibt thief
of tims," but not sMifrsqiieolly Ibt aoM causa of de
foal ia great objects f-deUy to this matter wiU oot
bt injurious, but foul r our only hops of rtdeoie.
1 too ia It move al once and unitedly, and tbt result
will crows ut with a state of prosperity beyood our
anticipation. FayetleviDc baa moved in tbt causa,
as wiU bt oeeo by the proceeding of ber meeting
it another column wa bop , oooa to set every
couoty in Ibt Stat doing tikswist
Alabaia. Tbs relative strength of parties in
tba next Legislators of tbia Bute ia ttstod by lbs
pspers to ba oa joint ballot, 84 ia favor of tbt Ad
ministration, and 40 opposed to it.
Iluxois It has now been certainly ascertain.
ed that Carlin, lbs administration candidate, is
elected Governor of ibis Butt.
-'Agonal Nami. The Bank met ia New
York for aomt lime past bavo bees io tha practice
of calling their opponents, M tbt glorious demoora
ey," by tht musical name of tht Lor-oc pari
ty. Tba M democracy," aeosibla of tba honor of
this new appellation, bavo beea racking their wita
to find out ooe of corresponding eupbool, and beau
ty for thsir opponents, and bavo tt last succeeded
in selecting oot wbicb, for music, rivals lbs oilier j
they now call tbt Bank men, tht M ioco-poce" par
ty.' Hence forth wt may expect to set I boss beau
tiful names, M loofocot, aod koco-pocot," flawing
aida by side w their party warfare.
What tbt people bavt to do is lo take cart that
neither party plays tha game of locaj-pocss on
Gen. Hamilton baa succeeded ia tht object of
hismiamoa to England, having effected a loan of
fWo millions for tba Charleston aod Cincinnati Rail
Road Company, "on tha moat advantageous forms,'
as ba Bays; this gratifying intelligence leave no
room for doubt that tht grand, aod oobl tnterpriet
for wbieb thw Company was fortnedwitl be accom
plished without fort ber delay or difficulty.
Io our Ut wVb paper was inanrttd ..
ling ktler ia relation to (be CbrrAa t,,,, (
Um Bt ate j 4bt let ter S a 1 1 reeled from i) -
drd "it was writuatoOov, Dlly ji j
i.. t. ...j 1 I
King H was BBJMliou aj pihm. 1
Il It ttBted lo Florida paper that lU i4 1
toast of thai Ttrrilory, from Mevjuiie la rj
table, it it tbt quiel piaMeaaioti of tbt lui,
art recruiting Ibair forest, and prsparui
ions for tbt winter campaign,
A duel bat beet fought io Paris by
with pistobj, charged with bad aAsr tb
Iwict axe banged Boots unauecsaafully, th '
into rfe red, and forced them oflj-(b tti
course, lots, and t joung geotlemea.
Tbt Great Wtstero" it estimated it Un,
by ber last trip 13740.
MicKxasovat CoBiTtMa. Oao, if
Irstioe, bat beam elected, without efpeeitk,a
uodersland, w this Cuunfy It fill Ibt vaci ,
casiooed by tbt death of Mr. IIctvbiimx.
Col. Vf. LurDSAT.oflbt U.S. Arey.aV,
Huotavilte, Alabama, oa tht lfttb ah.
No otw esans of Yellow-Fsvsr bavt ectsmi'.
Mobile si act tbt I wt first reported -Hht
besJA of Iba city is atatsd to bt good.
ueo. Lamer bat oeeo elected rrestoeotr aod
Judge fiuroet Vm rresideot of.Tcxu by large
Tht Banks of Nsw Orleans bava unanimously
fixed upon tht let of January next, as a period for
tht rteumptioa of specie payments. : -
SvuAiT or iati Fomotr IrrtutoincBW
The Steam packet Great Western arrived io New
York as expected o ibt 24th ult having made
tbt pasts ge out io 13) days, bringing tbt large
oumber of 143 cabin pa mongers.
The Great Western experienced very severe
weather on ber passagewhich fully tewted her good
qualities, and goes far to prove tht safety of Atlan
tic Steam Navigation tbt accounts which the
brings in relatioa to tht crops art of a much more
favorable character Ihaa bad been anticipated.
The papers represent the west her si having been
glorious" for harvesting, and from tbeir aggre
gated atatementa it waa concluded that tbt crop
would bt nearly if not quite an average' one.
This news bad occasioned t declension of 25 cents
to the price of flour io New York. Tbt atatt of
ibt Cotton market wit about the same as at the
Uat advices,--prices had remained firm.
ThcJFrench Government baa formally demand.
ed the expulsion of Prince Louie Bonaparte from
France. An expedition consittinir of three men
of war vessels hav been despatched from Brest,
to proceed to Mexico; and aid ia tha blockade of I
Russia. Aq ordinance has been lately israed bv
I a .i n, ; . . . w w-
wnicn me roles are forbidden to wei.7 the Polish
costume, and art commanded to assume tht Bus.
siao ;-r-they Ore told that it is mora wnnnmu-al I I
Talk of beauty I says the Mobile Examiner."
Thoae eyea are most beautifuljwhich beam uuceaa
ing iweetoBBt; those lips are most luacioua which
speak the softest aod kindest words; and that form
which is busy in doing kind action it the lightest.
tod most pleasing, - ;
of IlydrepboW Jaialy occur aW y
lersburg, Va. a ywg man, 19 yean of a-t,i
in all tbt agooitt of thai dreadful disstsa.
Tbt follow ing description of Natanl ttc
ty ia TsxAa, is sxtractsd from tbt llooska Tu ' ;
graph,- C - j ,
Tbia singular mounuio or bill is aitutUt a !
bead waters of tbt 8andy t omall tributart fA I
CoioraJo, about 80 mile from Bastrop, k 1 w
westerly directioo. It is about three bunaVai
bigh, and appears to bt tt tuoroous era 1
partly tmbeded ia Ibt earth. W bee I be tut a -
tht light it re floe ted from ita polished tuifaa I
from ta immenso mirror, and tbt thai mom 1
glows with such dauhag radiaora, tbsl mi:
bolder who via we it tveo from tba distance a k
or five milet, bt onalle Id gate upon jf witkat r
perieocing t BeJnful sefaw.uan, simitar te (he tL
ia felt when looking opoo tbt rising sun. fx
cent of ibis bill is so very gradual, that pr
tstily walk up to the lop; but the rprh is
aod alippary, that thots who maks the aiuv,
com palled to wear moccaaina or atockingt t
ofabota. Tbia tact, together with the oaou a.
ptooo, Holy Moootain, remind tht visitaot U
of tbt commaod made to Motet at Mount fL
H Put off thy aboct from ofl thy feet," 4c. T.
Comoaiocbet regard tbia bill with religwwt
ration, and Iodwa Pilgnnto frequently aar- .
from tbt remotest borders nf tbia tribe, It prl
tbeir Payoim.ritet:fponjtaiummit. j g
At t meeting of tbt eiitxeoe of tht Tm . ?
Fayttleville, bold ia tht Tow H.l, 00 f
September 24th, 1838, to takt into wnitrr
tbt object of tmrwwtwflptale Internal lr ir
meot Convention, to be held ia Raleigh ia ukx ft
ber next, The. H Cameron, Esq., was aW . it
Iba Chair, tod Arch,d A. T. Smith appotuwi M
eretary. , t
amble and Resolutions which were aotnua Q
adopted 1 ) Z
Wmereat, At t Uonventioo held la tbsl"
Greeoaborough, oo tbt 4th of July hut, il ts n
commended to tbt people of North Ctrolt'
bold Bute Coovtntioo tt tht City of RaK
tlit month of December next, to consider toi
some effective plan for improving lbs evi;
the State and developing ber reeoutcee. 1
whereas, tha eitisena of tha Tuara of FaveCii-
bavt ever foil a deep interest ia works of
IfflnmtamMr a rwt ,m anliyilnaia fit aaa (Kft t .'
secuted with energy and spirit t Therefore, j i
Resotved, Thst wt approve the meelinjF,
posed to beheld in Raleigh, and wVUfffat Z
galea thereto.' - - lib
Resolved, That it bt recommended to our I" ' ai
citixent .nf tht County of Cumberland ts W S Jot
meeting at some early period, to appoint d,'1' . j
tr. iii rnMU : , . I lot
IV wil VHniTniltloll. .
Resolved, Thnt it be recommended toooti"
citizena of the State generalfy to bold n'1"1?
ineir respectiva counties, and appoiul oe"1
mid Convention to meet tt tha City of RakiM
the 3d Mondav in December oext.
Resolved, further, That tha Chirm"
meeting appoint t committee of five, lo ,
our fellow citizena of the County t to iRw
meeting for tba purpose of selecting iBf '
ttirwid Cotivei)tion7iorihanfief" hsco,W" ,
meeting to be held duriog the week of tbt
Court. - , .
Tht followint cenllemen were nBnwW11
Committee t --
Tbo. N. Cameron,' George McNeill' "'J
. vw, aivu u .li. aim -
- TIIO. N. CAMERON,
A. A. T. Sattm, Sec'y.
"l f 1 1 SBjaBMajaBBa ' ' '"' "
Some years aim a noted warrior of tba P
tamie. tribe Dreaented himself to the Indin
Chicago, as one of the chief men of the vilbf "
serving, with the customary simplicity of tb' i
ana that he waa a very good man, and J ,
to tha Americans, and concluding with "1"
for a dram of whiskey. The agent wP'''l,
wst not his nrartica ta e-iva arhinkev to tow
1 w - j " j n
that good men never asked for whiskey, w
drank it when voluntarily offered. That it
In1 1 anal tfnlar aarhVii sArriti nlAf ' aarKiuBlVa ' "
aisuaaavaaapu vmy w aav uuiubiiudu ww aiawn r . .
roplied the Indian quickly, in broken tnj!)"