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O C10R E AT THE FALLS OF
- - NIlAGARA.
18 finairs, Journal, and Cor
- e- e 4of Thomas Moore, edited
b,3ti Russel," (who has given
q uent and beautiful delineation
O er of the poet.,) we find
n Acount of Moore's visit
s l of Niagara. in a letter to
gard July 24th, 1804.
ARJST - MOTIER:- have
WOfiiall and ram all rapture and
ont- U cannot give you a bet
Wfhat I have felt than by
bingwhat, ' wrote off hastily
- urIal on returning. Arrived
Ipewn, within three miles of the
qffSaturday, July 21st., to din
htit evening walked toward the
I I6Eno further than the Ra
Which.,gave us a prelibation of
r bilt we-had to ex(eet. Next
V eniday, July 2-th, went to visit
ills. _ Never shall 1 Irget the
siol I felt at the first glin pse of
I -Ohich we - got as the carriage
a" r the hill that overlooks
e were not near enough to
Rae d by- the terrific effict s of the
ut saw throlgh the trees this
h flowv of waters decending with
agnificence, and receivedenough
4g-andeur to set imi'-nation on
ng-Imagination which, even at
raOen outrun reality.
T flt-as if approaching the very
otiqp of the Deity; the tears start
into my eyes; and I remained mno
After we had lost sight of scene,
* M1elicious absorbtion which pi
tusismni alone can produce.
W ed at the New Ladder, and
Aaddto the bottom. I lere all its
f U blinities rushed still upon me.
itihaformer exquisite sensat ion was
JInow saw all. The string thnt
abeon touched by the first impulse,
which fancy would have kept for
app viration, now rested at reality.
dtiLotia there was no more to im
i there was much to feel. My
e ieart and soul ascended towards
1-iL in a swdll of devot admira
hi#eh I never beflire experienced.
:hrlng-the atheist here, and lie can
"not. ftni:n atheist. I pity the man
ody sit down to write a do
ot these ineffable wondels;
org.do I pityhim who can sub,
Sthem oi the admeasuremeint o
u nady yards. It is impossible by
opeinel to' convey even a thint
hflein magvnificence. Painting
*feless; and the most. buriiing words
e9tryyt ha all been laivishied upon
- ti~ and ordinary subjects. We
muthave new combinations of lan
giI~g odescribe the Falls o fNitgama.
SC4JUGAL AFFECTION IN A SwALLOW.
T ik Uourier de la Dromie et l' A rde
s ~he relates the followin~g interesting
~iedote :"Last year, a femiale swal
n gwhti had its nlest in the Andechie.
vag killed whliile defentdittg its niest anid
pbrod from the attack of some spar
vow. The male arrived at the mio
~ot hen somte of its younig were
trwn out of the niest. .lie intinedi
!eyutiaeked the assailants, and pult
~ hmto flight, after which he picked
~ i oung ones and replaced them
S anest, w here, during the remaind
~ fteseason lie carefully attended
Stheir wants unitil they were atble to
fyarid provide for thiemselves. The
i ibalntnts of the house, who witness
eth interesting incident, one dlay
g the 01ld bird, anid plaiced a small
Sb ofiscadlet ribbon round his neck, in
V her that thecy might recognize it if
*' A oind came back. This year it has
*V in tg~m'eturned to its old nest, hut it
. h~4josen -no mate, lives qulite alone,
Lndppers to avoid the comnpaniy of
sLjH t UnA'rIVE PowERt OF Mfo'EY.
1 Ininent surgeon fi-ont this city
;' sreently oalled to New Ilamnshire,
* ythe ofli'uers ofit railroad corporation,
ake a professional exam inaitionl of
ume u~dividuals who were ini
Srjoy ed b~y ani accidenit, uponi a railroad
last year,'and who have put in high
eldahns for damages. .OQi instituting a
~rigid examination of pe oif the worst
~4aes, the wife of the iin, edl hidividuial
cappo~ tly remarked, "th. ha ho~ped
e 4~iyw.ould pay) lher huma 4L, souin, so
tat le'could get well !" W i~ asked
viwt-heas wolild lie ht eni by a
~'tt1enient, she said, "Iti would
Wi~frhusband'just' as it was w I
[r. N. I~e was sick five months an
s~qome folks thiought he never woulid .re3
~icover, but as soon as the railroad fvuns
Spaid hn li e got well in a fw daja!"
F n IS m o .- T h e d l 'e e c b e
f~veon risinig at lieand seven o'clock in
the mrn~ngn, ihr theo space ot Cor
years, supposing a mann to go to
~'bbd at the samie hour at night, is necarly
g ~ccuivalent to tihe addition of ten years
a uan' s li fe.-lJodrihp.
~fE ndflss.u-Hei only is great who
4Ihabit oft greatness; who, af
Roi fbring what one in ten thlon
c6 dceonplish, passes on like
t tolls neither fathier nor
Wo. .to atX! MOA .
"Thore are somrne fowvaripion iaN
streains thait look. like swNi s of otr
regions, savethe grow th,.It'being-a
mixturo of palnmeto, livoeoak, iagnoliii,
lyn, and an undergro wth of laurel,
mock orange &c., tangled with vins
ayv jesamine. But a general hammock
is a high, dry, rolling spot, set like an
oasis in the pine-barren. The borders
are generally very thick with under.
grovtlh further g you find the ground
elevatid, with nmeh clearer of under
growth, covered with the largest kind
of sweet gums, magnolias, wihitcoaks,
lynns, hickories, liveoaks, cherries, of
ten three or four fet through. It is
true. though high and dry from the
luxuriant growth fron the forest, one
accustomed to river bottoms is con
stantly looking (ut for some large wa
ter Courses, which he never finds.
There ar- occasional channels or run
lets which serve during the rainy sea
sons to carry ofr the excess of water;
but these are seldom over a hundred
fect long and plunged head-long into
some hill-side and disappear. But,
what is remarkable, when you pass out
of one of these hammocks you find
yourself desceiding to the pine barreii.
There is noi mud in them, and fewer
snakes thaii in any iew.countries."
i in inocks are of various sizes, from
some which include about an acre of
ground to others fifteen mites long and
several rmiles wide.
SHoPrso NoT AL.wAYs 13cvii.-A
shopkeeper in London was lately ined
fI' fillowing a lady into the street,
who had purchased nothing, and insilt
iiig lier by saying that .e believed she
had only Colle to steal, and had no in
tention to buy. It appeared in evi
dence that the lady wished to ratch a
piece of goods, but that the shopkeep
er ref cired to had not the article she
wanted. It appeared also, however,
that f'emales frequently consunied the
time of storekeepers and their .lerks,
by asking to look at goods, but with
out any intention or puhaiii'esing. This
fact was deemed, accordingly, to miti
gate the ofiecCe of the dealer, so that
he was not punished as severely as lie
might have been, though fined heavi
We fear that London is not the on
ly place where idle women waste the
time of storekeepers. Shopping is a
favorite recreation with fiair Phila
delpliianis, as well as with their sisters
in the lBritish metropolis, not- are the
pretty shopkeepers always in earnest
here in their pretence of' wishing to
buy, any more than there. Some la
dies, we are told, make a point of vis
iting the principal stores periodically,
merely to ste what the new styles are.
Others dawdle about the fasiionable
shops, as men do about the fashiomable
drinking saloons, to make acquantian
ces and hear the last bit of spicy gos
sip. Occasionally, a small purchase
is made. But usually, af't'r tuarning
over* the finest g'oods, and' absor'bintg
the tinme of a clerk, the fair shopkeep
er departs miaking aniy excuse for not
buying thait may chance to come upj
Ameurican storekeepers, like Ameri
cants genecrally, arie too chivalrions to
insult a femiale for- not making pur
chase. It re iuires the brutailityv of' a
low-bred cockniey to ventt even naitural
ir-ritaitioni in tha~t waly. For that dceal
ers freq uen tly becomen irritaited at such
vexNatitous dcimandiis ('tn thir t ite, we
do not deity; and inideed mani woiild
bec inicr than unrta~l if lie coitl en
duire such annoyancti(es, dlay byv day,
w itho'ut beitig vexied. It is to he re
gret t.d, Itowiever, thbat the gallIan try of
onte sex is not repaid b y equial forb'ear
attee on1 the part oif the other-. A imieri
entn womnen shoubtl init he behinil thteit
fat hers, bro. liers andi sons. mi cou rtesv.
If store-keeperis are too chivalrions to
be disrespectful to a feimaile, een
thou ngh she has ta bled theoir goodsl
anid wasted tiei r ti rie, wvo nert, <mi thle
othecr hanrd, shouldI be. tooiW' lbred,
that is, too' conlsiderate of thet rights of'
othiers, toi impose)5 on deal ers uandenr the~
pretence of sho ppinhg.
We are- aware that it, is but a mi
tnority wh'ehc~ thus mmt~oys- an d worries
st orekeceperis. Ililt in a la rge ci ty, eveti
a mlinority is a conisidleralel nuimbtl-.
WVe have brnought, the matter 11p lie.
fore lie tribuniral of piublic opitnitu lie
lieving thtt it, is onte of' tose- inor01
offencs which only recquire exposur-e to
be checked. May we,uaot be disap.
poitited -D)o/lar Neusjpper.
W: AL. IAU 'rO yo rr.--A hialf score
of youlng ureb'hingi were gathered around
ai comrpatnion whose paillid faee inieni
ced t hat lie was very sick, thle result.
of somew jnventile indi~ceretiont. Thle lit
tle fell ows were buisy oilt'riing thir
symrpa~iny in vartioilg homerulv phrlases.
T1he tyuth is, r1e haud tiakent a "chitw"
oif fpb~acco for- the fir'st timie ini his lif'e,
and hravinrg swatllo wed a piortion ofth
we'ed, grew deadlIy sick. Onie lit tle
cellow, who semed to iundi erst antd mi ore
f'utly his comn ion r's situtiIion tan
unyva f' the others' gently3 placed ont lie
siW4boy's sht' 'ler his hiand, anid said
it y geie of (feel' contl'dcience
"I'et' mtindf, J1iiiuey, wve all hol~
togo throughtl this ver'y severec trial !"
"tj'elJlow %ancrs,e said a ireachler '"if'
yout were; told t hat biy going' to the
top) of those stairts yond et' (point ing to
a rickety porm att one cend of' thle
churebc,) y oiuiit :secur e yonur eteri
inal sal vatin, I teally> believe that
hartdly uany of yoiu wuoiuld try it. lhut let
tany mnt proclrim i that there were'
five hrud red dol lar'< t hero for', yout
aind Ill be bounid there would he siteh
'a getting up stairs ny you nev
er dad see ' ~
sects. Froin itstoigsiinoff insrisoi
the idea that it is a preservation againjIt
infcotious disorders, but 'ps it-i poisbni
oUs, disease is more - liable from tihc
infection. Although camaphor is - dis.
solved in wiater only in a small (Iutiti.
ty, suflicient,.however, is taken up to
give the water both its ~aromatie odur
and bitter taste. . Isoi'ne shavings of
camphor are thrown upon 'the str.
Iae1 of perfectly clean water inl 11
largo basin, the pieces immediately
begin to move rapidly, round on their
centers, others from place to plaec.
The cause of these motions is un,
known. Camphor exists in many
plants, one a native of China and
Japan, niich resembling the larel. It
is obtained by clo'pping the leanves
branches, roots, etc., into small pieces,
and placing them into a still with wa*
ter. The other cmnphor tree is :
native ofi Borneo and Snuimatra. Tbc
camphor is obttined b3 splitting open
the tree, whenl it is fbund in Large
pieces in the iiterior.
TEETOTAL DIoi.-.A few days since,
a gentleman ii this city, a strong tLem.
perance m1an, and the owner of* i
good dog, purchased a load of' wood
and employed two Irishmen to aw it.
I laving a decided love for strog drink,
they found that their frequent jouirti
eys to the piate from whence the
liquor was obtaiied consumed so
much tille, that they decided to pro,
cure a b( ttle and get it filled. I lav
ing done so, they took it in the yard
where they were at work, putting it
in a1 colivilient place for liittu u use,
But Buss, who had kept anit eye oil
their miiovemellts, was not to be de
ceived by the Striig whill was tied
over the cork, and he resolved to tatl
the law into his own hands, havin"
no fitith in the use of moral suasion Ii
tile case; and placing hiiiself' netir it
in the most decided maier, he. fibr.
bade their totching tile bottle gi
nor would lie allow the 1inen2 to IClvt
the yard till his master returned at
liht. Tile 11uen reported him i as be
ing i dangerus 6bute.-Camlridg
A Cuioous Si-:iu.-Au Englis:
paper cont:ains thle uibllowini g enmlioUS
discourse, said to have been itelh (e
livered by ai eceentric preaclur, at
'I ai not one of vomr falshion:Ible,
fine-spoiken, mealy.mimthed picachern
-l tell you the jlain truth. What
are your pastimes ? Cards and dice.
fiddlinr :id dancing, guzzliing amid gt
tling! Can yon be saved by dice !
tO ! Will all of thefour knlves give
you a lassport to heavell ? No ! Ca
you fiddle yoturselves into a bertI
among- -thie sheep ? No ! You will
dance yourselves to damnation amiong
the goats ? You may guzzle wine here,
but you'll want a drop of water to cool
your tongue hlereafter ! Will the pro
phiets say, "Corne here gamnesters, and1(
teaLch us the long odds !' 'Tis odds ii
thcy do! WVill martyrs naot, anid
swvear, anid shilleI, aind eut withI you
No ! Thle ntart vrai are no shuillers.
You will he cut dowin ini a warv you
li ttle expect. IALcie will cii oe villi
his reape)Lrs an d his siekelis and fohrks
andi yolu will be cut down and blounld
and piitcedi, anld hotised inll i I
will not oil myi~ lips with lies to pleasec
you ! I will tell you the plaini truth.
A ioni1n11 aiid Mamm oin, and M101uel]
are uikin g Cet honn hiIot, foir o.
Oiiralme wVretches!~ I ha ve hear-d yoiu
wrangle and'. birawi, :mdl tell one aiioth.
er* blb' re me, -1fIl see ytoi d
first !' lhut I tell youi the day will come
whmen you will pray to Beelze2bub t.
escape his eilutee; :tnd w hat will ba
his ans1w. r ? 'll see v6u d(1
lhe editors 'of the ( 'ihdo Gaze't t, titht
lhe has fiull'v tested a i reedv furth
trouible'some disea'se, recomliinlended ti
hiiim by a Spanti.h w otnim, a nativ~e of
the counhtry. Thiind i .; this.
Take tineg mlbrk; ptisa.
andi~ . -ix with the yi.. ol k as longr as ii
will receive it; stic them ii'o"ether untii
the tailve is torinedi; hut iipor~tioni ol
this on at piee (if stick ing phisteri, and
appliy it, ti the enntemr abouitt twice :1
dayi~. .lie has ti ied thle iremedilv tw ie
in his own finily with comtiplete sue.
AN Ox TiIAT (Li-:s MlK--3
James Thn'm, 'it ('lintonu, ha~s ain os
that gives itiilk freely. ie has a
bag with iiur teats, each ('ne of' whieh
yields iiik like that ot the cow.
he hatt is dividled inito thuir sec'tiins.
Hitt utlihke tite ecow's it ta Igi' noluddr,
ELach , qta rjer of' thle hasi~ has a cavit v
thle other~s. Whiein miilked out, it.b
ireaily supphlli algain,. like that iii
thle 'ow. (iir izit'oruiai, state- t Iat
time aliliul a titne (,1ie, is w' 'ieil ee
ely da~y (in thle harmi of Mr. T.-I 'oie.
Cinoir is like ia Ilookiigglaiss, wh'elt
when only sullied by at breaith-iruny bi
wiped c(lea' agalin, but ift olnce cracked
cani neCver be repa ired. -Scott.
Tin.: Oat.yv AND D.):.vrr.-Tlhe ani
cnts f'earedl dea':th; weQ, thi:miks t.e
se's at Truth.,
Thei holies.' at Sa~1ratoga "wear theb11
shiouilders barte to the loweir edge (orde
Cml~lniTY TO TriE l'oon.-Give
wvork rtither thanil alns to thle poor,'
The fibroer drives out indolence, thc
SDAY, AUGUST 2. L853.
Chaileton, August 1, 185s.
'i demalid for cottcon duringr the
past week has been good and sales
were ef'eote ait full prices, which range
from 8 to 1 .-4ets.
Yesterday being Sheriff's sale
day brought a.numnber of)lintors from
all parts of the district, to town and
gave us an excellent opportunity of en
quiring into the prospects of the pres
ent crop, which we are happy to
state are quito favorable, particularly
for grain; a number of our inorumants
even said that.their corn was better,
than they had ever seen it, and prom
ised a most abundant yield; we
hope this will have the efLfet of do
ing away with the panic created by
the drought of a month since. Cot
ton has been somewhat injured by
the recent heavy showers, which have
caused it to shed the young forms and
in some sections we hear cumplaints of
the rus'. Tle Rain still continues.
The Juiy number of this interesting
publieation has been received. The
following is its table ofeontents:
W eiss's History of the French Pro
testant Refugees; Legends of the Ma
donna. by Mrs.. Jameson; Lady Lee's
Widowhood---Part VI; The Late Mar
quis of Londonderry; Paris Theatricals;
The Fine A rts and the Public Taste
in 1853; a Chipter on Life Assurance;
Gold and Emig ration : in their El'ects,
Social and PolitiAl.
This nuTmbl'er t omm9nces Aj1 new
volume, tlns Is.proper t'me for
those wi g th~i yaluable Magazine.
4page for $eyear is twentyfourtt
cents, and tile subscriptionprice ;3.00.
It is published by Leonard Scott & Co.
7 9 Fultona-stree ow York.
Vulmlulle JIelical College.
We have received by mail the fourth
annual amlounacemnt of the "Female
Medical College" of Pennsylvantia, ho
eated in Philadelphin. Among the
faculty we notice the name of A-sv
PuEsTo N, 1.) ofe0ssol o f pIt ys/olu
gy al 'd 1\RYi K utt, professor of
oli$srics and l kea. es of wromen and
child-en ;- also the panic: of-ALMInl L.
F6wtri M ? demnonsl,-en, of ana to.
;ni and chemistry ; all others connected
with the institution are taales. A t the
s;econd anna~il cormmlencemtenlt ina Jen
utary 1h5S1, the degree of D~octor of
Medicine was conaferred onl nine fe.
im ales- Verily ! IVerily !!
Thec Monithly Jubilee.
hi the title of a pautphlet. P"purordKag
to be publih I~ by an assochation of
the "DI anulhters and-Sns of Til ,"' ill
Philadelphiua, :foneo dollar per annm,
inli \avact. 'It is no commniIl1 pbace
work, nto mnediocrityv, int on thnecon
trm-y we iam s'afe :m ad coniscietIions
ly recotu.11eml it as somnethting. matg
inifice ntly ablsurd anid gloriusly. r idien.
Is :nm ably edited papert, and con
week in a newA onl hu:nntisome garb.
WeX cong.tiratLulate the Proie tors~i Otn
this e videnee of prosj eity.
We.. lea fromt the Newv Orleans
- apes l t h 'IIle co rrespondt. ent in t hat
city ofI thIe Coltimbhia /an ner, thait this
disease is rapuidly on the inacas~e :ntl
likely to aissume ant epideic 1urm.
Seve.ralI cases, oft Yellow Fever have
also .tt oc tred in Phihle Ila in. bit, at
last.,a olies it. was subsiing.
l'Tis accomi;li-hled. native vocalistin
wvhot wt~e all leel as it wvere ant espteeinl
toa state emiintentlyv sinec.sdit. Thle
lleie,!/ tI speildiug oft the (otert
'Tevery thritate.ning atnd disagtee.
abhl. we'athlet vestert la~ Intnl led its to
tatticipa:te a vety thin :attendance at
Illierin I !all la.st evetning. W\e
wercle thelbre gtatdeli Illy~i urp rised
mtin g ant auienttce. iin the highest
dlegtee res[p.ectabIle in chatracteri, tand
very' respectale ini point of mtuni
hers. Miss litenani, tho~tuh evidenitly
ha horintg und er a severeIi b'arsentes~s
hromt the very unfalvotable weather,
gave e violetnce of such litne I owers oft
voice, attd such intnate aptit udhe for call
it' tip the highest. associatiotts of her
art, as mor c thlat realized thle anarmest,
ex pecttn of hiet aud~lience. WVithI
mtore eitti vationt site cannlot thil to at
tain a ranik amuonig that choice fe~w who
have awakited the symnpatIdes anad
connntandedlc~ the admiirtiinu of the civ
; neniat thei w
1o viaW b ac'urna swi heit nfr
" At le lfistandco'f Mutuol fricnds,
it has"ben .deteigmied to uinite tho'se
tw opapers. T1e - DAILY- and Ttr
WEEKLY'BANNER fi'OiU thistiine, Wii1
be merged in the DAity and Taxl-WEEK
LY SOUTH CAROLINIAN, 'and the AVEEK
LY CAROLINIAN united withlthO COLUbM
urA BANNER. I trust this arrangement
will be more beneticial to Columbia,
whose interests do not require a con
tinled eflbrt to build up two daily pa
pers, while one is suflicient for her
wants. As iny. professional obliga
tions prevent my giving the necessary
time to the editorial duties, it affords
ic pleasure to inform my friends that
W . B. JOHNSTON, Esq., is now asso
elated with ine, and (in him inainly
will the editorial duties devolve.
I1aving no interests or feelings but
what aire for the welfire of South Caro
lint, these journals, while advocating
States' rights and tle rights of the
Southb, nothing will be spared to make
thern acceptable to tie people of the
State, in tone, temper, and usefulness.
RO3ER'T W. GIBIES, M. D.
Eu ropetian News.
We clip the following items from
the News brought by .the Steamship
Asia, which vessel arrived in New
York oi the 28th ult.,
Tim LivEiooL MARKIEETS. -CorrON
during the week was unchanged. There
was however, a iir detand, which
was freely met by holders, the sales
for the 'week having amounted to
45.000 hales, of' which speculators
took 4000 and exqorters 10,000 bales,
leaving 31,000 bales to the trade. There
was a slight improvement in the bet
ter grades, Fair and Good Fair hav
ing inproved ilst. 'le quotations
were as follows:-Fair Grleans 0 7-Sd
a 7d.; "Middling Orleans 6 1-8d.;
Fair Upland 6-5-8d.; and Middling
Ric was in better demand, and
had improved in price. Sales of Car
olina were eflectcd at 25s. per cwt.
Flour hd-recovered froin the decline
inentioned in the Europu's advices,
and Western Canal was worth 27s., and
Ohio 27s. Gd. per bbl. of 196 lbs.
Yellow and, White Corna weic quoted
at 31s. 7d. per -180 lbs. Lard and
Sugar were in moderate demand, and
prices were in favor of buyers. All
qialities of Coffee had slightly ad
vanced. Beef was unchanged. Ba.
con and Pork were in moderate re
TnE.i Russo-Tunxisri QUEs-rxoN ex
hibits no new pliase. The Ru5sian
officers are sending for their wiVes and
families, as they anticipate that they
will spend the winter in the Danubian
Principalities. Advices, however, fro m
Vienna regard the iluestion as settled.
' TE SMYRNA Dis-uunA~wr-Con
-mander D. N. Ingraham has placed'
the Austrain brig-of-war Jhssar un
der the gus (f the U. S. sloop-of.
war St. Louis, which lie commands, to
.pri~eent her carrying to Trieste M.
Costa, an Hlungalriaii, ex-aid-de-earnp to'
Kossuth, and wh o had just refurinsde
fronm the United .States, lv'hen he
wa~s founid secreted in'~the house of a
Sardinian i.i-iSayrna, and convevedl
gagged anid .handeuffed on board tihe
sliiissa r. An interview has ~taken
pIce~ at Coinstantinopleo between Mr.
Marsh and M.L De JUrnck. and mat
ters will awvait ornders fr onii hiric ire
spective governinents at Wasiiga
ton aind iennua. '~To iniore .Aus
tian shlips of wvar havue been- sent to
Suryrna to watch the St. Loui..
New Yor-k Legisinitusre.
Th'lis body has at length closed its
se'ssion. The0 New Yorik I Ierid thus
descrtibes its " parting aigony :"
"At half-paist live ou'lek, Mr. Carey,
whtig, ofI Saratoga ,oilredl a reso'luition
of thaon ks toa thle Spaea ker, for his able
anal diigi tied naner ini the dischairge
of1 his duties. Nr. Auzrrugh rose and
cornmuieed a speech ini opplositioni to
it-ie chlaraLcizedl the Speaker as
hiaving b uen part ial, ippressivye, and
ditttatoial in the chair, and was pro.
tereding ini a strain of invective hiLly
peisonal to ward thI Ile SpeakeLr. Afte
liav ing proieedetld a1 tew monients, the
Spteaker cal led him i to ornder, anid ireet
ed himi to take his sent. Mr. lhirroughis
refused, untilI the order uias repeated
several timues. Theii a scene of the
miost ext raordi nary exci temen t ocenri
redl. Th'le greatest anxiety prevailedl
amon1'rg tile membii ers aind a crowded
aud ieiice. Theli ireviouis question wvas
calledt , othecr imotionis were made, anid
thme ti ie thmus conisuined untdi two
minuirtes past six o'clock.
"hie Speaker thiei rose anid made his
Sa rt inig ad d ress, which was very pit biy
and soimewhatl personLal ; and aft' r
spieakiiig somei tw~o miiinutes in a hig'h
fever, deeh!ired the house adjou rned
sine die. A oud buz~'za and clapp ingi~
of1 hainds the ici 'cuirredl. "I urlrotughs !
13urrioulghs !"' resouiided fromi several
voces, whlen the gent lemani proceeded
to the clerk's desk and coiiimenced ad
dIressing t he pteople, but the hiissinog.
yelling, and conftusioni preivented himi,
and~ lie veiy soon left the stanid. Sneh
a scenie nlever' (iccurred in that Asseimi
ly Chamber, and no Speaker hads ever'
left, thle chai r becfbr c tendtered him i.
"In the Senate, a si milIar moition was
uinan imonusly conicurred in-hiarmiony,
chiaracteriziiig its close."
S~iuNrw Nr or' -riu S. C. Rm~u
RoAI.-Mr. Ly thgoe having been
elected Chlief Engineer of the R~abun
Gap Rail Road, the position v'acated
by him as superintendant of the the S.
C.Rail Road hans beetn tendered to WN.
Mv. Stock ton, Esq., Chief' Engineer of
the Charilgtte.atndS C(Rai-rld
leian writing .to ist friend'iritdharkle
tonstte that' ill caitii i ecerify
from )VabrjN;N C.4,t h.
raw, the crops of'Coin tiihiMthe
entire route~ presented, a Uurilint
appearanco, and th6 YiekPt iIofnisQt&
b most abundant.
F.LOU.-The Camndn Jurnd, of
the 23th instant, says: We wer. in
formeUidon Saturday last, that "there
was not a barrel. of flour fbr sale in
Camden. A Load from- North' Car
olina was sold on Thursday at se
en dollar.,; per barrelb Our coun
try friends who have on hand would
do well to bring it, to market iow, as
they will find quick sales and
We learn from a correspondent of
the Newberry Sentinel, that negros are
selling inl Montgoieiry County, Ken
tucky, briskly at the frlloWiig rates:
imen from 1000 to $1,200; boys 12 or
13 years old from 800 to $000, and
my informant saw a young woman,
and child three months old, sell for
$1300. Ohio being l nIear neighbor
seems to make no difference with pros
perous. Kentucky about the price of
The imber of interments in New
Orleans for1 the week, ending July 23,
from Yellow Fever was 429.
John S. Cripps, escq., of South Caro.
lina, who hIs been appointed Secreta
ry or r.vgationi to Mexico, left San
Francisco by the steamer Oregon on
the 15th inst., on his way to, the city
PIEWAnD OF FinE1LiTV.--A faithful
lbody servant of lhe late Vice President
King, it is said, is now living in -\Vash
ington. l Ie was set lie by Mr. King,
who aIalso gave himt. $2,000 in money,
and his golb watch, fir tle fatithliall
imanier inl which lie served him.
CAmBanRIDoi UNIvEustry.-The Mas.
sachusetts Conventnain has made a
most importmt decision inl referice to
Cambridge University, phlacinag it upon
grounds which tiuay enma bIt future .g
islatures to dieprive it of its purelyde
nominiational and give it a popular
character. The resolve on the subject
now awaits its fiidl passage.
WVEST POINT MAfiRnY AcA.nxi.
The Board of Visitors to Vest Point
Military Acadeimy have na !e their
report to the Secretaury of Var. The
Board. express their 'gratification be'
caruse o the proficiency cf the cdets in
their studies, and- also theirmunimons
opinion in faivo-4 of the Jnstitution, as
the best method ot dlitfsiigm imilitaryi
science and attaining'skll in the art of
war. They reconinend the crectioni
,of)a new:.buildin- for a Riding School;
the enlargement o t i e di'siIlospi
tal new building for ofliderf qure,
and oter purposes. They also i~ri~n
mend an increase in thei. utnbg..of
ewlets to t wo .frog aawhr'eiggb
recomrigunded' by thae 'TnI't States
SenatobK An extenisionii7f hed~erlod
Lofinut'riftioit& five years is recomi
mended/andtiilso an increase of cadet's
pay from 20 to $;30 per mouth..
CONST1TUTIO!I OF TIIE U.NITED -S.ATEs.
--Like one of those wond ronsa roeix
iing stoneLs reared by the Drid~s, which
the finger of a child miight vibrate to
its cntre, yet the might of an ar
miy could ntot move from its place, our
Coanstitumtian is so nicely poisedl antl
bmalamnced, that it secems to sway with
ev*ery breath of oapiniion, yet so flrm-i
ly rooated in the hecm t. and affetions of
the people, that the wildest storms of
trealsonlii fannaticim break over it
(Cnome: hu-owrTsoi S-roC.-Tlhe llrit
ish shilp Crowvn, arrivedl ini New York
of' Duirhanm (att~le, sheep andl other live
stock, valuied at $50,00i0, which have
been iimported fhr R. Athisoni Alexan
d ter, of Kenitniky, and a company of
lbrmers in Fayette, lfurbon and
Wi'ood ford, KentLucky' ass ciated to
gether for the purpose of improving
their live stock. T[his collection, em-i
bracing. Iifty D)urhamis, .thirty-two
Xer, a celebrated Cleveland bay
horse5, and a Neupolitani sowi, with a
line litter of pig-i, were yesterday ex
hibhitedl in the stables of' Robert. Buch
:man, Wi est. PhibIadelphia. They wvillI
be despatched for Maysvillc, Ken-.
tucky, via lie P'eensyl1vaiiia Rail road
Deuixmxci OF A Sn2Amui.---Pitdurg,
Th'le steamner Mainchester, while ly
iig at the Marine Hlospaital, a mile be
low Pittsburg, was burned to the wa
ter's edge yesterday aaernoon. Thle
fire was caused by a wvork man care
lessly throwing a match dlown after
lighting~ his cigar. She was owned by
Capataini lowiian and George Reech
niaecker, first clerk. She was nearly
new, anid cost $24,000. She was in
sured for $15,000 inl the Delawere lin
su ranice and Firemitan's Insurance ofli
SnEAM YAvcin Non-rn Surn.-Thec
steaim yatch North E tar, Captain El
dridge, with Commodore Vanderbilt
anid partly on board, arri vedl at St.. Pe
tersbiurghi Ju ne 21, after a passage (of
six and a half days from Southiamptoni.
- 7 The Post Olie in 'this Dis
trict, heret'f'ore linown as 'Fiddle.
piond," has bedn di iontinued.'
Bgmn wel Sentinel.
New Potatos a re selling hii New
York at from *1. 12 1-2 a $1.25 Per
bushel, and $3.50 piers bbl.
hid a g ~ *
n ier ''"ne4r1
a i- nli -- -
disi aes .-. 1C41"4
tonil, and thans
ares g yu ti ll -.LiJ i ;J1
one brukuz ( r [f
a number .df nerb~
d11111 womn st. p 111
*825 to *1,00 an4
has also s1ld 1uaen -l-;
as 1high ai 3d ;
that there is to b
Tliis species of
per cent, ligelar suwOk
the year.) ba -tie'
when every body see
mxarket mnaking preji
present yedr-what -
uext Januat i at Ii7im
tal m to say Ane
tance.of ours a1ud occs 6ijbiA
last of biuyinrr a hloit01 j
price was olly thes
Bedord Mercuiy -y
ing descriptoroi deo&
gine which has ol iee t
cinnati : *'r 4
tonas, steamr box m
c t ais iwo e g I
throws a seven eighca v
hwuidred ht-I -l 4
feet,2 1 2 inch strai
stream, t hat is, bfurf'
wiull throw ighit stran
at once. It is usdi to~~~
onl the fire.
by the citizLfs oa accuit~
lo o oie bu bo - 1
,wtthedv t. e.i..t..
guide it, nat to' draw tf
difliculty in dmra in t~
as "inr street5 are verytmI
ed by vehicles inip.u
Vihen on level struesf t1~I
shu-k. it Icesarfol % ,~
wheels..Costa ambout x
morqje than o1 e11 Lef mV~~JJ
as the expenecer phittem
saved. A similar en~~<
built iow for bouit
"On Saha I iy rised
four squarecsaaid l1'dat'
in JUst SeivOn niinitsiat
iug of the ufieoI a
wihen it hrea twou~ j
Our reader-s vill 1ott si
that Queeh Viltoori 4if
severe but well d"serw~
Ilarriet Boebher Sa
'm's noble Britishi idini
.uig to- reegeive the, f Jf
at court. Mrs.. Si'd
prostrated, and we hea -'rm
her in .Great Iiitiff.iTk
lord or lady dare nienimleiSI
The little Queenifoiciinil
authority with uudenfdibl gU a
She has sin~cegilven motin
her determination- tp -e.tg'~sa~
plctely the St(oweyEiror i ~en
and to mtaintains. more10efkit~l
by a speech froin tihsobi e
ble relations bet ween G
the United States. dIt
thtwe copy thle faitcws
from the Mobile Rlegi t
Alluding to Mrs. L~V
sident of Mobile, sa g fIy -
in South for hier raknr& d~~
lectual accomiplishanedt, ithR
"T'his lady, a-s it is knnS ~
n1 a1 visit to L ady StIL'V
ilhe daughter oif thed
and5( to other ienwuds in h~;
edl too late to lie presei~'u
ing Drawing Roo hOlieetoa
sea-oni, and it waOs the:eoeis\
ed that she w ould bg )e~b&
Queen. llut it appe da ~
Vitoa, waving the usul btj
of etiquette, observcIe n.c
peeresses, mnstruete1 oc1
heirlain to speially -n~p
Vert. tosappear ait som arO
of the 1st. inst.,
LeVert, and thmroug~h ,
is of the. highest and
signiianc. Ih '1he~
easily prov e to tlie ti~
aristocracy oft Brs-itin
Southlern Inais sn-v
and variety of iniamt0
plishmients, amid eeglim -
imanner, tho pr oudest kiam -1'
of any land.-N 0.13ca~
AWFU.- I a&t e
and his pale fingr-Oli4n
vulsi ve eneorgy3 hdbia)
II is brows wee kidt~ 8r -l
ly comil.resed'i i t lM
settled ex~pressim bt 1
to indicate thec de'p~
wa~s Ulshding tiousgh ~
to the l,~t!el~,a