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igommunicaitionsv t;sV:''favi.; . fV, w Abot mlawsy between the; Walj'Steh anil Surrt ;NeTda, raountainj, end surrounded by Steafy alkailpe desef if. is tltuated a'-vatt, cave, tho exisjonco of which wj unknown to riy . cepCthe.Indlen.ilot&Uie prlng of 1&8. 1 JLit ontraBfco wsi pointed put by the Indians, but none of tliem were bold enpogh. to . enter, it'tintl! It'ht'd beBrepeaftdlx . .yliiited iby' jaeajberij of ,'6urcoropnyrwnen,one 'of, -.the ufdes, a(rchief, muSerei iiifliclent liouraRe Id explore "Its 'wys,-tetlbui 'wys,-tetlbui recesses. Thhtr"4nc6f,lpcra is AWuXjre'fet blefa; by eight; oiy.ten:tirijadj bat after advancing a few sUpijthe passage becomes muclliiiier, with o gradual deVceiit of about !k'ir elghtitegreeifor fibaut hundred" yardsV; TbViafernpa'duaTlyibecomM'Iafgtriw-'rt exij ploreri;advaucM, and thb 'arBjmany-passages ieailiug from the aides, which renders extreme caution necessary to ovoid gettlng loat. fiome-timesthe fiome-timesthe jmsiege Is.wida and so lot ly that; the HgUf of o'ur'aix canjle was Insument to te'roal thejbp oMhe cavVj;iMn5eimeso lowjiap. itar-' rqw'ihtttlhe explorer is obliged to a About jialf i'lte) ftpto the rhouthof "the-ciVe we iqu nd a a mall spring of water, cool aiid , clear as crystal, fro in ivldcU we refrethed ourselves, andj;pfocieded ;qh waro ThV roomcontalhtng ,the spring Is about l5Qy by sotne ofthe company i'and, aboiitfourjofive ft,bfi;njvt he bottom CMnpoied of wet clay, the roof adorned by;;jiaaH slalactttes.",. jtfer party had rather.a dlsagreeable adf ealurVa f ew day? previonsly. Having arrived at;tlia spring," and their: candles being nearly .burnt outi; thoy concluded to return to jbe'outaide world," w cordingly took the rightJcouMaw U After- proceeding. somatlmeftbeyVaU at once found;themselys' ''EVthe'Vprlnagain., p Bbme what alarinedi; tbey consulted' together and again ajat te.d for'thontahcebut, fjter,, a, nine returned to the same sriot; and. agala endeavor-' ; ed to findithelr way out.hut with the samsuc -cess. Now tboronghiy alarmed, their' lights almost out, and cjcape appearing almost Impossible, Impos-sible, "they once ttoro'reriewed "their efforts this time With, success; but though tho cavo was entered several limes subsequently by parties of explorers tome of the lost ones could not be Induced In-duced to enter U again. " . Wo explored the) main passage of the cove to the distance of over s mile' without seeing- any Indication of it. terminatlon,and after; satisfy-lug'otjr satisfy-lug'otjr cuiiosltyreturped to tho -'light, of. day ouce more, Before entering the cava each man hroke.an annfuloftWlgs,;wbjcbfwer tatd, on tue'grbuud'ai y'e WDced tbtlr broken ends all pointing back, In order to fiiid our way out sgari, In one; of tholargestfapaitmentsi the tompany seaied themselves, and sunptha hymn ''''''f -, For the-strength of the hills, we ble tliee, Oar God, cur father's Odd." - - The Indians hsVo a tradyiorfhajtonyfgjn-eraUons'ego.'two tradyiorfhajtonyfgjn-eraUons'ego.'two sqaaws of their trthe wandered into the cave, and were aotheard of for" several months. At the expiration of. that tlme,they came forth ogain.clothed In garments made .of buckskins, buck-skins, beaulif ulijr made and highly', embroidered and ornamented. They reporjtd. that when they went Into tho cave they proceeded until lbej came o an open country, like that above ground hSVlng .streamshills, trees, game, etc., when tliey were drscovtred and taken by people, white, lik,tne Mormour, and clothed comfort-aMy, comfort-aMy, and' 'that after a'tlmo they suceo-ded'ln mskinE their escape. This nil the. Indians firmly firm-ly believe," and none of them will go, it), being afraid of these underground inhabitants. - We found where small fifes bad been kindled within the cave at "convenient distances apart, apparently for the. purpose of exploration, hut It, must have been long since, as some of the stlcxs, left upon the ground, though preserving their foimat the slightest touch mouldered Into clusi, J, H. AX.1 "WliATWlLL TUEyfiAY?" Nxvramtodj don't stop to asyonng man, nbreven to think of It unless you wtshtolbse-&11 wtshtolbse-&11 self-respect, to.havo every generous emotion of your soul crushsdand smothered, your moral erowth stunted, ybuf cfiurase turned to cowardice, cowar-dice, your ylo lose It brilliancy; your form i(s erect and manly bearing, and to ho reduced tp that worst of all bondsge.lha slavery of the soul. f you want this if you want every noble im- il.Mfi.t , ri ..I till 1 i. iir"ri, .1 ' ' .lii- phlfo of your spirit checked If? wanY to learn to despise yoilrtfelf Sinl -b drspied by Vfry body, else to live a life of ilneertalaty, I perplexity nd vacillation, then, at yry step you take, lnJIHe,bfoT..Tery tfOnlybitnttsr.S'skj v what will thay;ayj ,'.' Hot, If you prefer freedom to ilavery, hotfor to. shame, truth to error, and nobility to degra dion crush the thought fa you would a viper beneath your foot- SpamitTfrom jeit Stand forth erect u the fmajre' of,, your Mkr,ed fetalnt thd mattitalri the Ood-gitipn nobiUtyf ybftr nature. Ltt yodi? Rrst tlioWht' be, not, "What will, tbeyyi;. but, 'J it Be first satisfied of thik,at!d then move fearlesjjy forward to the accompllshrnent of your purposes, tho yoiir pathweylahoald bristle wllhdifficaliies end dangers the' yott ehould have , to run the gauntlet if reproatbi SeomV - persecution atrd poyettV. You will make enemlesT'What If y da do- ybttwon't betbe fitstmanywbo'ha had enemies No man.whe is worth a straw.U.wIth-but straw.U.wIth-but tHem. 'God hi eriemlesv-stwl If Ile'werS to do at some men do try to please the devil as well as every body , else, like.-ihem, He w'o'old I soon hsvc.nonVflti. Great men wlthjlttlc sonls I may i'exsicise their power to oppress you to throw obstacles in your way,' and to discpurage tyb:-.bBt ypa'.wllf not want friends. If you jr-severe. jr-severe. .Integrity, arid iudcpendence"ef;Boul are always respected; and sootier or latei appreclsted and re warded. The cringing sycophant' maybe. Used, but he i . always despisedv.vr - "V ; ; Xou 'may err in j Udgroent and do. wroncT VVell, yea caw" console, yourself with the thought, ibat greater aftd wiser men thin yoibivi 4on the , Bame, and stll.th wbrfd rolls" ori as tho' iiothing Jhsd.hsppened. -Don't be afraW you're gblig to introduce . confusion ; Into the universe, if yon' should happen to make a mistake your Influence, In-fluence, would reach bey ofid, thd bounds of our own' system at,ahy raleBut.lf you never i mean to try to do rinht for. fear;of doing wrong, you'd belter go and drown yourself at once for thwoirldhasno.nsoforybu.'" .' " lie is hot the greatest, man who hai the fewest few-est faults but he, who when convinced ;of bis errors, Is most ready' to forsake Jhsm.V2 ?