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TEIXGAMUC CrOS"f. . lie .! irg it l? t TlrgrPb.e re tort .4 the foea g fcteoiM by th. iesetr CbJ. lm U'ttpaol, eb'eh rtitt J ti 'at Wf4etJf. Sb Ic.'l Uverprol on tf II A BUtW Th. .!.; in it a irjBit.ii'Mi of A. m l a tf.tMllrd ta dfCtBl H K.0 - . at. ...... .......1 ..k ik nnMU il HUM Mim M mvots - .... a. . ., . . .. . . ,a a .. ... 7.a..a. ..asm ar.aaa. laaa mm w .... a. a" . . . . a a .1 . a- . . I . ..tl.. nil Sim Mill aa. .maw 1 ..au. - - . . . a. . . . . C.vuaTerbi. for rae,i. repou mwk. iTL Zi iJro.Jt.1 aaa tWe.lT of Ae M- "? reru!r ra.arw. Arts batuf el "-7." "LTi 1. ...CIl .i BotjU. iiV TWA ttwtn tot baft) au mmth diSrulty, but after Jeavtrtf in iCare.l wa the of ftedsut; whirl, 1 shall not attempt to e-ehr. of iU J eottdearend to compUta of Aem. for Mafy will ttiftneww Aaa t&t&r It. After exluenirif ail Ae nt . u Pari, aa J to eeaett iMrlffif a irJfttoa rurJ wlA At ' - ' . . . t A between n snl Stw York. Iieon.;baPp.ntt w ,w ' ZC, Z " . r . I fM. .1 Kt Lx anJ MIMA tvn Oihtt M . ... . - 4 - 7 - - . . vi -J.,, j other 3utiM r::eti mr, -anti el i rai'.orune rrcrniio Oar a ia I'vUrd. tht M bf tlx f rop' i Met? foiul i'.h irmca- att-.tlOO of ' Ct. J Tt clw't a ioMf alf ia LofiJw. J f roduring fruful rrf e. Tfta barirriia haror.B. d Jer Uit ftvorabla re, w-f girmi ot4 jra.i f ab-.n l'nl yu' J. Th F "H 5!mi-tr of F lunee. Ia a faamcnt mitif IH' A-tbtr.iy thai Jtna.rr nrrl wiU b Bta hoaea ma fitly reiil.on ol fniK-a. It ia luancr uena itl il.tt tfca v'eSi-il at tha end ofnfii yf 41babn:i tbaa LuoJied and iwrcijr cb1I on of fcanra. pffi dfot Bootptna denira any ira upoo Ma pM o ehant ta pre"t Go rnntrpt. S f of tli Fnh joomalr Ina tHhnth wt la tht Wnlrra Pi infe f-i'urr-. ' Graft Rt.Sn la Irm appoinlrJ C n.maoJ-Mi"C :ef f l't Fb in Italy in fl,f" 01 Gcnrral OuJinot, wHote w.t dfwl fro lulv itrtiJ toba I ri rrflf comix-. lrl lo coaimuax-au to tha alonl AweaiWr, and ta gia tfca rrMwat ooiWt publiritT to ibt anala ol irct of nv aVtMtoa. 1 abaQ not tiirtept u vuiiiiraia we umct m a t1ikU hiaiory baa Mready romaarartil.j Too many roirra vtll H rif J higbrri than mine roulJ rrarii; loo many prnr vmi lido ealuoiny jiuder tha meijbt of drnra ami liorumcnu, aiiJ argnmenia arill nikt ba IuuiiJ araalin! if rranired for tbat purpoaa. lalmllCirrraeanfinainjaelf i.i aiibm.t to tha iniellirenra of ilia chaw brr. and to thtgnod aeoaa of iba Frea- h people, die actual eiate of a o,nr aiioa attill pslpiiating in apite of the it plomble facia ikhirh ht a been arrompUfhrtl. It ia at ih rritiral moment in wb'u-h the fata of S.0C0.000 of luliane ia about to ba oVei 1mI ilit 1 anneal, ia the name of libeity and of humanity, to the genrroua feeling. to the jutire and to U.e fraternity mnirn ta all hf utmatax. by a feeltof tbat ba raa ia iba baada of Qcauay. aaa tuat aw rou!d aot reaiM. The Cier baa appear. J to believe, lb at fata area bernrtaf him oa to At anwt of Teilry j tba Sulue, aaema ta bare riea aray aa far aa Ruaaia area MMirmed. te tha OMerafal lmjwnkia that he aaa tabatbe rioiimof Roaala. ;.. . ,, , RaA Jan! bowerer. tha Soltaa aarma to hat looted him'flf froai s aut of & arwuutxii tnreor. and to have aatamea aa ' . r II. Iw.l.M. Am. altiltuie Ol moiiu oeBanrv. vt j -- rlarea that the troopa of Boatia abaU aot violate the aeotraliiy othta temiory uai ihev elall not march through it to ataad - .a a a- al al a people with whom he ia at peaca tlt the lawt of Nauont thtll not ba Tiolated ia hie peraoa and that, if the troopa at tempt it. they thai! oe fliarmeu. w vm at a loae lo account for a change of atti- luda o auddea end aoeipeetedj nor are we eurprwed that it ahoaUthava eleetrifi. ed the whole European world. can not but hope that there it mora In it than herb, aa no i eieaity . -r-. r , iKiarnl. k,U there ia no road ia V coowern eonatry. ov.aj -A nihfdoriarootr-p!.: wxn. U by 5ua ot theta b to mora a profit o. tha aawaat la- tbetr tntiaa. Th- ?V J... Tk, T -. .. r.t. .i ,i nkitl.MLi tha naatibi'itr of tarh an aveat, ay ; pinl ta Tay ether toad rn0i,g Uooting .Jet. Zl .."Tk . ..,aJi tbia ia tht aeaboard. Ifarn. tha geofTapbieal poal- - i r . ... -- I.- , .v. ..!... f Norib UaroUlU Ja fertility Of til toil of roeereo wiia a pw i ------ . HrJ- WSSICIS ZrZ a Ju.v w aoat aa eraaaai noiiii an i mt w rw aarai iem 11 " m - " V" ' " " I ,OB; ibro.,1, brr val!eT. of eay conatroe- nua. im wh " .. . . V!..K ttuaiar m . m a V .... aaoiaMe: B - - a afc afc tat aBBI I ! atl anal V attvaaai W peutto. i nine, raa roau. -r r' ,"v VMU Jn UT. "Tiih Aa Tadlia made navigable ta and energy throogh tha whole body eof ... ..a .a ear :L at I - - b.gbttpraeuc.we. ana inn .wwp T aitbed Iron. PaUtary to we ueorgi. - "JlZi .. htdeaeri. ! look apoa tbie road at poa.ete.eg more tnie oiaiapow , . r .. L i ik.lk.Ki. k.,t Mtula. Mveata at cverr advanttcee inaa any u iw -1 - . . - s IT 'f" il.i. ...ll.s.,..,kr..UM:.-l re.eiiaed opaortaniiiet, t loliat red toad which tuna from Ilanv meaea and "."rW." .. . . . : iiu.v i Ik. hm smiu un vw - borg. me neaa oi eieam n"i""" rj - . . t,inn j. .r - . . ii. ul- a.;onimr. Iin tinder the aoletnn oo- at ice ueia raurou,icauia ". --" -- -- . . ,i-i . . , ---.Z- I T tha fareaia S mouaUiat 01 IW-1 eon, wntca ato is on a ain.'ia i , rr and look a little farther to the Weal, ana veiooea mmria. rr' rf B0Trn(11l, na blame ran yon will e her. two road, a hicharteon, aurpa-lng MfJW JJ tltehod to the Adminutration. Mio. ta aaa aurora, m c amvit tenitonea ol Ue ea:r republic, a aeaeare to atterl at ranaart with aoaod oral priariplee, a openly tiolativa of the naiMMU Uitn. aaa o.graeeit i ta urn aational character, could eearrety find ere deaea ia the pablie tnia4. and wa were dttpoaed la regard it ratner at an mm ra nor Aaa at n arrioaalj contemplated nttMreaent on At part of any coaaiderabla aanaber ofaor fcllow-cinaaoa oi tne bobuv weet. Later arroiinu from reliable aourree iffbrd tha am pleat taeartnre lhat a arcrat mevcmrBt. haviai for ha abject Aa euh- jagatioa of tbreira territory, ia in ptogreee at or near New (Mean. It will ba grt lifyiag to Ae friend of aoasd government, tod all who feel an iatetett ia Aa preeer vation of tha national honor, lo obaerva Aa promptitada wiih whkh Preaideat Taylor hat iotcrpoeed hie authority to prevent Ae conaummation of a manure which, while it might invol-e at in ma iutl war, would ceiUinly bring obloquy - . . tl'L. DjiOQ tr.e nmencaa biuv. nitri mi j meet the eye. and Att tht teerel motive j ,h'r i. fH,nded upVn influence. whWh may in South Carolina and Georg... r prove favorable to the hopee and libtruet oireci eorape.iiK.ii Z: .: . r .t...- Mn,;.. ia iha aame tha ailenra ol ina wituaroca. UIIUIUV." V. Iliwu.. ivmii . . . ....1. r... ....... ilir.t earn. I anarrM of immenaa weaim 1 : . j. 1 ould be , if roadt opened by Ae eonairucuon of Aa Ctottal running ta ... ... . A,iMrA ta lha breaata of l- t.. mht whatever mav be overahelmmc oi'.Je, recant aid and dne. can never become Ae in. mind the dayt of her glory Railway. . . -. . 1 1 v . v. iV.a rmm Mir atumnera. . . w ..... . : rt ami . a a. n. a h a . . u..u ..w.w - tet'Oireci eontpeuiwn mn -' -1 - , . . ......!. .r . i. . . . ' - : t.i. .! w- aantth aiorular toectatueoi; fm.aLi.l. T.lenia connection with ootnoi inrw crovving r ---- - . - " . 1 1 J--1 I. ...a atak .aietaWV m avian n mwr iiiiki ijubiiik --- iboit par. ia there any one lhat raa for a a barrier to Aa free wurcourae of the moment think Aat thi central road, with- Statea. Tha tida oi - ...... f. Mii mmiI ku. f(Aina allaroend oa we nave ten ... . ' . .1. k . ... nr. ..i..i.m .ml hum. beour own popa Of fl'er, anil paiif iiirw'it'i a ,"wm. -1 - r . . . j aurpaaaed for prodt.ctiveneit. and abound- lotion hart deaerted ut for Anjonnf and t. :.k r i, r.t ,i..r and aina Weat. Wa art IttetalW in Ae way, HIE Willi HIIIITaJ eja-a. I " f - Gold-paaaing through flouri.hirtg Vil- and they are calling apoa oa no longrr to 1 . ... r il.. .. .1 ... k..i m. nni nor- Ae romort that Frame and England were about to interfere in the aflVira of Hunga ry, we are induced to believe lhat Aey trengthen ii, though they by no meana abenluu-lr confirm it. The gallant auufgle 01 Venice, ajatnai lure imy w The time ttrument of abaolutiam and the reitorcr of rpirit aeema 10 animate her now. at in tht the tempoutl pe r of Aa P'pe. Thai 1 a - 1 hid doun. I leave it lo ant one to draw uiu -- . ... , e .k tht Igicul and political oeuuriwo n ww i.U Hie Pope, wlo alaaja held J I'-IO". Tl e Poi't Co'imiinrer hie arriv t J in Riaa md dtrt le t the to!e tttr y. e-en th.e a-.!.'ieit io l ad oeen Min . . ... a . ? riV L I i-cked and b "a ten a ' Roman. I do not he.iu.e lo maintain that h.i I. .t.b-idi .l a tr.cl c. ' , f f H (!eJ ever hMrt. Any one ..g,. A...U M f-.r. c. aid that hit arm 1 T ofref baa b en ....rated b, rem ...cem ent. of HJ1.,. f. .ble lo draw 1.ra.t-. ho vlunteced thttr ponsofnt.e, wlUh mu.t tn.e from ice. ... '. 1.;. :....., .i,ta r-ri. Kuinne cannot be j--.:.. .., a. .1.1. f. I mm full if isnnat ; 1-- . I C!lll fj l'll ' . - . quefii'in. " Itcapcu tor rcngion ir(Uai hartel for the governmctit of Ae piieai. iha fittwrll -ortl hirh 7 ae"" a ----- - I B . iba timomta A tenon wa r.rev.Jent' " mf "P V" ien.ee . row . ra . f icnoranl ,,,, llie Pope haa aolemnly de. ...I l...t,S k. been Rn. V coiultlded. 01 ,l 7 ,er' . 1 r .'..- - . . . - , , k.hl defonre ol bolocna. nncona anu 01 The newt irem it.p y - - he jiw ind oaflielirf U a. rtpne. ed d rrajj hal J of .ho.e nollt people ttltiOia.Qer.l Bern, with an a. my ol I tj wk,ch U w wh. Inftv thOMiand mn. had t.ken Herman, w.,ne in mi,c ?t . . . . 1, k..,.- .nm. eu to rn'iore ani t am a ww. etaJt tnl Cr.ntH. af,er h.vmg com- ' ...hi.mekitmtdeufihepfo. n!tlv heitf n 'he Kunn, who naa an ty iho'utand mn n tho field, and who are even rejonedto have fled precipiutely. leaving iei lliouand ilead ad wounrfed, beeidee ail Hietr artillery and eight thou tand prioree, on the field. Anotf'tr ae count ya that tome tncertinty prevail rra; ectu g the account of Bern in Tran avlvania. It it likewiae reported that K'apkiM ibe Hungarian General. bd t Ittt ked ai-d cpmrd Raab, and after wtrda, en? a late e ouai-titv o( proii"!i and munition of war, fell back upon Comoro, nlitra he wie at U't acrnontt. iTVEbPOOL MARKETS, ACOtHT 11. The i!emnd for flour it ol a re a.l ehitactrr, with anlea rf brat Amcicatn Kr.nH t 2t to 21a. 6 K per bid. In L.n. itnn il ftaa mioted at 18 to 12. Indian ,nm in fa.r tlemand. ailh eoniileHe tlr at 24 ti 25. per q. ar'.erof 480 lh. Horn meal it aellipg at 14 a 14a. tw. pet fchl. Tht importation of cured pro'uion- have been limited, umugn mere -v ai--j rt. dem.nd fnr bacon at Tortrer pr re Lard hai not been ro murh inquired for, k. t rravinn nricet are niHin:ineil fitmlv. and Konie holder ak n adtatfe of 6d. per twt. Bfef it telling readily at lull price. An ctie drmnd frr cotton hsa pre vailed, with aitent'arce of the tt.de, who purchfaed ffer!y,nd. holdrr ivini les diipottton to m?et 'he de mand at preio.a rate, tliey wete com-p-lied to py from J to J advance on Ame rican Cttcripuoia The Haltels. The hive new Int nneU!el the toJuee murKeu in nu',u tern citie. and tie of eommaiiitse tr n-in t I efore. ia enreia pie of Rome, who, under the threat of 30, 000 byoncn, and an immenae train of ar tillery, difarmed but unaubdued. diaplay in invincible pride, which it tha more ignificant. at it reaiatt the courteout man ner! and liberal expreraiont of the valiant aoldicre of France. According to the, fact, and many olhere, of which no li hrnl irn eminent can be or pretend to ba -; - . . . - .... l. . ignorant, the Aatembiy cannot n oa rBn. vineed that U.e temporal ruie ii i wi far from being neceatary lor ine preterva linn of niveril peace, it oppoted to it. aince it permanently keep p tne revolu tionary flame in the heart of Italy and ; it.. If. tehioh will thut become ---. v the centre of the univeraal commotiona ol Europe. These indicattona muat he aui fiient to nrove lhat the reitoration of pa pal abaolutiam (the only one wished for ac rorning to tne avowal oi popo i -self) i oppocd to the object of a general ret' .ration tn peace, and order ami tran quility, whicli are aotightforal the eon of an man earriftcea. The character, the luV.;.. and ihe lucid wanta of the Roman people, oTer the strongest gnaranteet of the moderation ol a popular guvcmm-uL The Utopian achomes of red republicana and cotnmnnisit woui'i not oo appli cable to Italy. The Roman republic, guaranteed in its natural esiatenre, could never aerve ti propagate principlea de-....,-..;. nf ili univeraal eanillbriuttl. A ptlllV.f.W a..w ..... , pnat chaise and gendarme compel me to leave for Havre.' I, Bonaparte, exiled from France from my birth, persecuted under cverv succeeding government, hare acar- ctIv time allovrd me to mx my nana- ture to tltee c.ontf!erntons, mni i uu dive when tht waa mietteea of tht teat. 'a .. I ! -f L. ana wnen tne ivmuourti wmuii Doget wiih tht Adriatic, denoted her em pire over that lavorite element, mueeu r . ..... .,. '. I.. in no pan oi me nauan penimuii w . people appear lo had roanifetled t decay of the martial tpirit which ditinguihed ihe Iialiani in daya of yore. The reti. tance made by the Rnmant to the French wai creditable when their reiourrei ire taken into eonrideration. The Hungarian nil! teem lo be victo rioua. tnd the war in which Aey are en gaged beara eery appearance of becoming long and bloody. It it doubtful whether tha world a er taw a more a gallant atrug git for liberty and fatherland. Heaven strike for the oppretted, eay we, with all our heart. When we read of Aa conveyance ol the Pope back to Civlu Veecliia in a French equadron of hit restoration on eonditionallv of the oaymeni by Ae Em peror or Kuatta lo him ol ten million, oe doubt, for tht French Army of lha intended restoration of tha wretch ed Government of cardinal tnd women. with itt accompaniment of the inqntaitlon and political prison of Ae baea degene racy of Aa Baatard Bonaparte, Aa inati nior and enactor of all this -our blood hnila within ua. The world, tha free orld. lately ao enthusiastic in favor ol . -j a France, turna tiom her who norror jhq loathint!. She hat proved "by permitting this set nay bv herteii nenorminz h that what her enemiea have alwaya taid namely, that the knew not At right name laget. and by Factorie. Schoolt. tnd block ap Ae road-wty, bul open our bor Coilege. ItskcananyonabeTieveAat den to Ae flow ol wealth and plemy. a road potaetting til these advantage, which ia now preeaing apon them to now raa fail to pay a larger dividend? Certain- through our land. Let , tit be up Aen ana l?not. IdOing.OUtlU Bpuia weiiaia wt w-. The fact ia, we of At good old North againat the oppotitio n of Aa prejudiced State have remained iusciit so long, lhat and b.gotea, ana my wwu in ... c r.M.liia become blnnted our nr yeara, Aa increaaed and permanent energiet damped, and our go-aheadiiive- value Ail woik wiU give to property nest rutted. It it now time for ut lo lha vast retonrret H will be the cause or .a I a I afL.. Jja.aMa.Aaal a at aaaa.aiai mm at al I i a a aba to our intereat. to arouse irom our oeveioptng me iiuim. .. - leAargy, tnd nerva ourttlvet for tht cri- aroute. will be a tourer of continued bo 7 nor to Aoa who planned and by Aetr re- There art many reatont which ihould tolution shall carry it out to completion, induce thoae living near Ae line to aub- Tha querulout yoice of oppoaitioa will be ciibe liberally lo the ttock. Tht almost drowned in the teream of tht locomotive certainty of itt being a profitable love... or tilenced in Aa deep thunder of the . ,... .i.t. .airainiarcst. with eountless ear. the tound of tht lorgt incut o i'im r- I , , ... ... ,i . 1 .a ' a.l, aL. aa...l.a.M at .aiUina. aa.lakaMlla many other conriderationa, comotne io i namraer ma ran...' . . t . . l I .l. r...-..a ..il iV miftina Ol tht tnuuee a uoerai ..,,.... . 1 e .k. hii.. ing to the ttock, all should onaerstana itwam engine in every wiuw Ast Aey will not have to pay the amount I will make tuch musie it will tttract At atones, but by imall instalment at tht By ing capital oi me iore.gn - -f ik. amu. mav ranuire. I tainra An the tort investment ol the Uia inxlr w. .- ......(.-.. J i a- .. n until the road it finithed, which will pro-1 Nortll State. bahly bt tome four yesn. I THE FKUJCVlfcU rrom tht Wew York "EipiW ef Tuay avaniag. Tnvtilan of CnlnL-SnsDicloai Hove mentl. Meetingt ire nightly held in Ait enma leeretly. tomt mora publicly. and organiialiont of a tery extensive eha- With my btt withet for th. eomple- lion' and tucceat of tht work, 1 rtmain Your obedient tervtni, C. B. DIBBLE. nf fraeJom. ia literally true. Rickmtuimug- THE CEaVTIlAI. BAII. BAOD, The following letter from a gentlemsn in W0- mtneton to his (riead in 8slisbury, appeared in t 1st number of th Salisbury Wstcbmsn. The writer ia a practical man, and bis opinions at en- tilled to grest weight Wilmington, July 31, 189, Since my isit to your part of the State, I have been watching the newspaper! to see what the friend of the Central Kail Rosd were dointr for itt advancement. I am pleased to tee that tome of its working friends have been devoting Iheir time, their talents., and their eloquence for ihe advancement of the work. The peo ple, who have never turned their attention of this nnture. cannot be expect ed io have correct viewi of them. All they want is information I and to toon at they have that information which will ena ble them to form a correct opinion of the ad vantages to be derived, and the profits from the Salisbury Wstchtasfl. TUP! CVNTRAL RAIL ROAD. MEteaa. Editors: 1 should consider racier art forming for tome terret expt ,..t .i.;-..lowrha on tha value ditionol which no one engaged but Ihe ' V :,T. " ... - .... .... 1 1-den know any Ainif. Stotral bodtt$ 01 rUOIIC iroproTV.ua...... - wr. w-.- ---- - ., . - . kunltr.J :. a .V.. Na...!. f'.rnhna In Ma WSni ttW ITlCn. nuHWC'H.I v. II l, ...at num. vtiii.i I j , f .... of three enginet of informttion. tt in pre- taeh. fra"f".rf "7""' ' ...... .L. ..... i i .nd 1 wular military divmont, ana havt en Cisety ino aniiia .uw ikh.-.... r . - . , ,. , . ' a....n i t. Jr.. ...ai.aa 1 1 rut with tht coalition, which u now apaii.ViM.ai raiinj.iii w - . .. . . veart tiro. Like Pennsylvtnia, Aen waa. arimijr a ilape ooermirfoWr to oe Jh. has within herself mmen.e undevel- ov.rhokeJ. On Monday evening . l.rg. oped resource.. With th. exception of number of J a at. aaaaaA a a a ai s 9 a. sw tm at aa nataitaaiBi a i s si w a s alia writaria tnw . - eoamnereani..-u.....,v. . ., - . .... Mmk,, .. ...... L:-. V.U P.n, a. h tnl. I UH DT lyUinnci Vail. A mii uu.uvw. .a k;,i. .r. now Ivina- in co d ob- enrolled their namei on Ae promticof till "iw" V I a tl . L. m.m.t aa .1 kt ...itin. rr that vita or nc I eeven noiiara a mouin, aim a pie which will awake them to. life and the end of A. year. Next Saturday ia Ssefuln nd which .hall make the Old tht appointed fo' '"? "J.' : . . .. n. .. r.. .l. o....k .k.i Panni.L ins real oestinaiton m iuo caicuikiui - vania U W lha North-a mineral treuur. unknown, it ii given out at a pUb i I "... toCa ifornia! They, however, proraiit That grand ty.tem or puhlio l.nprota- to divulge the nature of the enterprise to . b - . , . I.u. .n.k.M nn iha duv nrsailine. Satlir- ment n fenntyl-ania, wnicn nas resui.- i . - j '- " ''n..f' ed in adding to mttch wealth and coramer- day l.exU Som. A.nk it It to Califorj. cial prosperity to that Slate, like our pro- nu they ar going, and oihen Aat Aey posed North Carolina Rail Road, w at are lo espouse the cause of the whttea in commenced in defiance of .large party op- Yucatan ; but it most to . bt posed to a public svstem of internal im- despite the plain and W0 P provemenl. who now are Aoae who moat clamatlon of President PAttolt. warning loudly consratulaie themselvet upon tha all against tuch in expedition at a violv ,h. h.a attendod that enternrixe. lion ol the lawi oi nation., mo .ruo ur... These workt ire now an enduring monu- nation of thii armed lorce ta Cuba. which has lost no lime in announcing itt determination, not only to withdraw Aa protection of our flag from those who rosy engage in tuch piratical expeditions, but to punish inem a eucnucr gaum w - lawa providing for Ae performance of our f acred obligation! to friendly Po were. sms. Plater, j OEX. TATLCUt AND THE CLERGY. While the Prteldent wssla flarrisburg be wu waiied apoa t body by the Revercod Clergy of At borough. Thty were iotroduetd by tha Rtv. Mr. Cmi, of the Epiteopal Cboreb, who, after pre tenting Ae different ftnittmee, tddrtt ltd Aa Preside at to the fellow ie effect: Sim The Clergy of Hsrrisburg hta called in a body to leader yta intir re spects, tod Aty detire to tipreti to yon Atir bigb cooslderatioa for youtst'.f, tt a rose, tad for youroflice. Your put ax perience in Ae evil of war it our inrtst aattnlv Att too will labor to seen re to thii nation Aa bltsaiagt ol pttct. Wt trail Ail yoor admioittrttien will bt to gaided by wisdom from above aa will ensure Ae welfare and Aa prosperity of th. people of these United Ststti. And lor ycurttli, personalty, sir, wo ocsue nippiest, vra weicoae you vo our borough, tnd hop. Ast your Vint btr. tnd throughout our bum win oe now ptitsioi tad tgrtetble." To Ait tddrtst Gen.Tijlorresponaid in A. followiof words I m i ib.nk yoa, gentlemen, for year kiodotss. My lira for mora than forty yeara bu been epent on lha frontier of oar country. Wherever there bu baea tha most of hsrdship tnd Aa most of dinger, Ae Government hit teen fit to require my services; to that I nave inoeta tnjoyed opportunitiet of .timing Ae bor rote ol war. I nave ever oeea avers kj art tnd. in my nerottattoni with bottile Powtrt, tt in adviaing with the Govern meat, I have ever advocated ptcifia mta turtt. Ii it natural for a people to rejoice in victory: but all Aa glonei ot victory cannot coopenaaie iortuie lotset tnsi come upon iodividuals. Triumph! will aot make ap to parent! lor ma loss oi their soos, nor to tho wifa for tha Ion of ber botband, nor to At child for Ae Iota ofittpirtnt Wt rnotl bring war homt to the bearth-eton. to apprecttte tu uv horrort. But while I eonfest my ' etoa to wsr, yat 1 must alto dtclara my purpose lo defend Ae country igsinet til ggre(toni and I would An til Alt ia dear to me ihould perish, ruber thsntoy wrong ihould be done to our fiee institu tions. My reception in your Bute bta been most cordial, and tha hesrty wel come of Ait diy, tipr eially, thill writ be forgotten. Tht inttreiew Aencloeed, and the Rt verend gentlemen retired. The Central Road. Wt nnderttaad Aat the Directort of tht Wilmington md Raleigh Rail Road Company have deter, mined to lubtcribe FiHy Thousand Dol lars to the Central Rail Road covenant- " c " ' I . . .. . ...i.linn. : "eu i. h,rried The men eneseed in thia movemcm are . .". -7 --"-""-- , III PilL 111 iiiiiiur lu ill".. " - .. I out , . : . -f .U. . ". ... . . i : .1 mit to tnn mature uctmeTntmn- ui ...c tobe realized, 1 have no uotiot oui mey rcpresrritatirei of the French nation, j wjjj give jt ,neir ,eariy nipport. I have invokln from the 'Assembly an act of tfeera not a litile amused naomeof thear- generostty and ot justice, not to my person, which I have long aince sacrificed, but to the unfortunate country of which France cannot be the but must in the interestof her honor, since tne aoiise Tie tcndfr.cy ol the sdvtcr will be t advance cotton and de pnit bre.d-ti.lTs. CHARLESIIEXTOXAPARTE. When hU ecntleman, Ute President or .. all.. . I the Roman Hssemhly. rcacnen .uarseui. he was informed that he emild mt go to Paris. He was tnken in rharge and al tended !v iwo tiendarmes through Frnce, i . . a - a ft ....n a:,d liurne. upon a . earner ... . . - f fca ,uepallge, f.r fcnsutvi, t nil. a; uo,n ,,n . o f hal olJ friendship theMlowiniimnrtJytatertoPw.M ""."U ynu have icn of tne Iteiuh Assemo.j. , ., . tQ ,,, t,,jest 7b Jf. Duri. FW eSf freirt ftf A. exilee of Franc.. CHARLES LUCIEN B0NAFAK1 1., irumenta used in favor of the Road. I ad mire patriotism, and look upon charity aa one of the first of christian graces, bul I do not think the one or the other have any lung to do with the construction of Una fit Asff r,ihlg. Chiron President, 1 left Rome freely with a regular pnaport on the 6di insi., after lift iiigT rctnained at my pnt a re nrpseniative of the Roman people to the lae! ritremhv: afi'T having hul the Iwnw; of haadirvr, in the name of the eonsiiuiftnt ; their representatives, Assent! ly'Vaincd by the people and dis- j fifth article of the Fi anl-.-ed hv havoncte, to liie conimm.iani of force ha? placed its fate in her hands. fcn,,i sustain ihe sarred and imprescriptableriiiht. . 1 100. ,,.,on jt as a matter of .lolhrt and as trtith. and eternal reason. Allow me.,.,,.,,. ,n(j nfle 0f the man who enb-, Monsieur le President, to reckon on your t ii,crsiv i0 iu stock being the most patriotic or the must charitable, 1 look np on him as tho mosi keen, shrewd, and money making, t have no idea that the Road will ever become a parishoner, and be set up to be maintained from year to year by the lowest bidder S neither do I expect that its friend, (much Jess its ene- mies are to be culled on either as an act of patriotism or chanty, to contribute to its this great ay. tern against such strong young men. who are out of emp oyment, . . : . I u..i ... annrl imiLina. aiout. nealtnv per- opposition, and are becoming every j car wu. ... B m j".., ' :. an increasing tource of immense revenue sons, ripe for any exciting adventure, in- Jo the State. Over on. tnd a hnlf mil- deed many of them are volunteer, who lions of dollar, wa. received in toll from have been in Mexico, and who showed aa them last year. The coal trade alone great a reliah for th.. expedition a. they vieM. to the State a revenue of over seven did for that. . r.j..j.u. -i -,;n;nn. f Wa therefore wish to caution our citt- nunureu inouaai.u. mirei. . . . . l -j t .u. bushels of grain have been raised where, rens that they look on both ndci of the before the improvement! were constru:l- picture before they engage in An enter- -i .-1.. ..!. r. km. .nn....nniinn orise. Bv virtue of the recent proclama- was produced. This vast agricultural and lion of Preaident TAYLOR.'andlin'ihe.eyee ! minl wealth, without these canals and of the law, ail Americans engaging in an railways, would have lain a dead capital The following is the protest alluded lo: ROMAN REPUBLIC. fr .i.a nmt nf Ci in iHa name of the freely elected i support. Bul I do expect, and confident' iii n ----- rf a ... j in the name of tne jly believe, that the Koad wilt pay a oii- ench constitution jdend the first year tt goes into operation. ol i'-e French'tioops who invade the eapi- before Italy, before France, before the ci ta' 'he ptotet of which I transmit you a; vilixed world, against the violent invasion ,u'v otwithstandiii!: these sad events, "of its chamber effecied by the French ' I " ' . A . . .1 .!- 1 a. a. 1 Ant S it 1 fci.ot '.d not have thought o qinv.ing. tn.opaon tne am juiy.aiseveu v t.r. ... Rome r.d wv fsmily (and I have no rea-j Ae evening. w . . ... ... ..v,...: .k.v u,ishpd for mv ah- fSicned) TiONAPAR TP., President, -. a-. . . Li- I...I .1... u. J. I ;ll ka infransed Ihe Uoinatl UOnstlUient ASSemni pr.iew ,ani. u.rt. unmciu w... from year to year lor tne next any yean., F1LOPANTE, Secretary. ecnr.e. and, in jianirular. should not have ihnnght ol cnwiiit into V ranee, il I nan, .. , PrRnpP net two davs before recetyed a mission AFFAIR 1JJ El-ROPE. r.... ,k- r.:.M,S.He. than .t it. aaonies. for The attitude assumed by the Ottoman .he French. English, and Ame.ican gov-1 Porte, towards his powerful neighbor of i most of them. and thut thoe who are now croaking oyer it and predicting that it cannot be built, and if built, will not be sustained, will be anxious to purchase the stock at a very con lide.able advance above its original cost.J I have had good opportunitiet to obaerva the effect produced by Rail Roads in dif ferent section, of our country, and I am advised of ihe management and profit, of foiever. Fifty year ago, Virginia exceeded New York in commercial importance ; what a change hat the improved opportunitiet of the one State produced! North Carolina ia still more lupine than Virginia. The humiliating fact can not be hid, that she is far behind her , 1... listers tn importance anu prosperity, om j I trust lhat this is now over, and that North Carolina, like a giant, arousing from his slumbers, will shake off her apa thy, and determine to take her own natu ral and proud position as the Keystone or the South. Lei her make profit from her delay, and avoid the errort nf other Statet which have impaired ao much the useful ness of their labors. Let her adopt a system of improve ments, and pursue it steadily, turning not aside for the thousand impedimenta which ..mnrinoa nnliov ami interest will nlaCO . .e......v, , w.... .... ... unlawful expedition against the head or the Island of Cuba, in fact deliberately expatriate themselves, and forfeit their righlt to tho protection of the Govern ment. Thia ii a moil excellent arrangement. While il will ba the same aa caah to me Pentral Road, the payment will not em- barrast the Wilmington Road. We hop. An ncp on tnt pan " " Direclori of this Road, will ailence forever the groundleai complainta ol tome pot ions, that our people are not friendly to the Central project. We are anxious for itt iccomplishment ; tnd though it would be very important to thii road to continue the transportation of the great Mail, yet even Ae certainty of being deprived or th a . a - .. .a.alfl IrAfA service, wouia not prevent our desiring Ae success of the great State en terprise. The citixens here have never been hostile io any general .ystem of tm- Tk. hava been case, when Iflll?lIVia0 la aw ....... :.u . ..;, hnva benn entertained with a view While npon thia tunject w. w. "-...nerity. without romvrh thai tha I.nrnlfrCO tret n w j f ... - fault with the Pren m is i y aiw.. - -- the expense of every thing like truth and honesty. The President haa not sought to retard the independence of Cuba, or to prevent any of the revolutionary design! of the Cuban people. What ho hai done, and what it would nave oeen cnoum .. K.an to ore vent any invasion of Cuba from Ae United Stalei. Good faith to warda Spain, and positive law at home, demanded interference thui far, and rerent eventa have demonstrated that there wai abundant reason for Ae President a pro clamation. holding out a countervailing good to other parts of the State. I Iiese maiinou. .--we have endeavored lo ward off, and have felt the resentment quite natural to human nature, under undeserved hostility. But. the heart't desire' of Ait community it. that the Central Road may abundantly prosper, a. well a. the Deep Ktver improvement, t.. r; and all other plan., ealculated tobanebt Ae laboriou. and enterprising population of the eounlry, and to advance the Suit to wraith and honor. Wilmington rjommrrow. aiticii-au ', r . ; . . ' . . k ernments. Lvery otncriceting wasoongea um ".. -5. .a. iin.o. w.- -"-s-- r . . Se bushed bt 'lore that of honor and of of the time.. For many years past at after looking at the rtvalship eittunc l,'v. nrd teadv to cnttttnut.' t - to fa., all least as long ago a. 1828-he has .eemed' in other roadt and navigable river-nd j I til important at offennfi; '. kd ai ii-.t'i'iciwly o ehrink from -.anttct -riA'aftti co.npiring all ihe dvant5i anldt-: toth? development or the v a mf - . And after comparing tht , re tt. A ten oy - moat uirccrt ruuio iron, tua -- extreme West, should first be made. Thii s all important at offering inducement! e.t, sua a worn. Wlia O Ant nam TCnvAmnnt.av.PrMi deal Tavlor'8 Proclamation. Ii i ""'y a few dava tinea we had the first intima tion from New Orleat of an armed ex- p dition Suing out in the city for At Harm watch, harm catch. Man propose. God di.po.et. Many go out for wool and come home "hSheep wool imotgood for thoe-thread. NVer rub against tha grain.