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R. K. 1IUDSOX. V.DITOH. TKKKK HAl'TK, INI. WEDNESDATTAlECKMlii:ii 14 I'hlou MftllnR. QTb editor of the Joornal bad a pa triotic article i hi Friday' issue ou U"nion Meetings." Snuffing danger from afar he encourages the holding of Union meeting throughout the Noith in order that the Union may be preserved. What a wi7 the editor must Lc, or with what credulity be espect to humbug the intelli gent reader. If e knew of one single pot in the entire North where the people desired a dissolution of this Union one single body of men on the frigid side of Mason fc Dixon's line who ever suggested or advocated dissolution if be could find any legislative bod iu the North that ever intimated a dissolution of thi Federal compact vn der any state of contingencies, then there would be consistency in hoM iog "Union Meetings" at those I lace, and patriotism in endeavoring to avert the con templaled calamity. If however tkt editor of the Journal i aioctre in hi euuVavor if he is not actu ated by purely partisan motives if ho doe not Log simply to make political capital utof auch article, tbeu we would advise him to aim bis aug rtiotii ic that quarter where dissolution sentiment nre enter tained where tUUnien avow di-'olulicn doctrine where Legislature a disso- lution resolves where ucoj-niicd Pnno trat are iu favor of dissolving the Union Let bicj rtcoiumend the South (iu which there are bot few Republican) to hold Union Meetings the South here perhaps every Stat i a Democratic State. In the face of the editor of the Journal there 14 enough dough to male dumpling for a little army of clüce ker. If the plastic bind of common r-enso ahould fdap him on the nether cheek, it would leave its impress there forever. Hebas euoub weakness in his backbone . ! tad Ur. Chait, Tht Ooifruor of Virginia:, during the great scare, and while the imaginary "res cue." was going on, wrote a "Bombastes Furioso" letter to the Chief Kxecutiva of Ohio. He informed Hoe. Chat that be had reliable information of a conspiracy to rescue Urowu, aoJ of places in Ohio aad other State which were "occupied a de pot and rendeivou by these desperadoes to invade" Virginia, and he wound up bit choice cpislle with the follow inj ferocious threat: I say with all the might of meaning, that if at. other invasion attsiU thia Stale, from any quarter, 1 will pursue the inva dera wherever they may go, into auy tt-rrl tory, and pJoi-h them wherever arm can reach them." Chivalrous, brate, imp nou deceudant of illustrious sirva. Heroic ttoeernorof a heroic people. What havoc would an ar ray of Virginians, poasesing the courage of Harper's Ferrritcs, tuake in marching through the great State of Ohio. Fvery cow in that young and vigorou Common wealth would be shot, and they would re j eeivc. iu one grand military display, every isolated woman who Would coin, wilhin the range of their victorious gun. Uov ernor Chae mul certainly have trembled in Iii shoe when he received that purteti liou note announcing "txtltm Ulkal ' ou part of the chivalry. And Uov. Wise, with all hi egotism, must have felt the insig nificance of li threat, when he received the following manly, common sense, posi tive and decided letter from the lioverm.r of Ohio: SrTs or Ohio, Kare'i ri t I) tr art wis t. Columbus. Dec. 1, lr-y.), iLJ There wa aotne ery plain talk amoiig the tpauhltea it the ChatlcstoWu eaeculieu talk of a very interesting po litical tone, lty a characteristic blunder, Cot. Hay lor, the very wan who command ed the Harper' Kerry militia iu the attack sgainat Brown, wat put under arrest. He ii highly iuceued at the indignity ; and when the oßicer of the guard learned who he vii and directed that he frhould be et atliberty.be declined to take hi liberty, and insisted upon being brought to head quarter and on receiving from the General a written order of discharge. There hia indignation found vent in a very free and open expression of hi private aeotimenl in regard to the whole military array. He denounced it a a Disunion movement, got up by Henry A. Wise, who wanted to be President of a Southern Confederacy. "It i a vile political chetue," aaid be, "to destroy thi Union. The command i giv en to a near relative of (Jov.Wiie's; many of the otlicer are related to him, ami nine out of every tin men here are hi olitical supporter. The object i to increase the excitement. After I wa succeeded in Com maud, he told rue to bold myelf in readi ne for order. I answered that I would hold myself in readine to obey Governor Letcher' order, but not his. He could not deprive me of my commission, except by cotirt martialing uu nnd that he dare not do " Havlor aaid in additiou that though there were more alave owned by hi family than by any other in Virginia, he would rather that sUves, and John Hrown and all. should escape, thanthattlm Utiion should te destroyed. Hi grandfather had fought it: Your letter of the 'JIM ult , pot. J and bled in the Involution, and he wa hot 17 Capt. Johu II. Dicker.!, U. S. A , i in our city, out visit tu his lunthti'i fatuity, and hi nuiMivui friud. IT J. H. McNeely.of lndiauapoln.ha received a patent for an improved mean of climbing telegraph pole. - - -lTThe JJrother Jonathan double mam moth Tictorial for Chriklmaa, can b had atOu Amold'a. It i the hnet number over iaaued, and admit of no rivalry. 31" We leatu that ll.o matetial of the late ''Zeitung" ha I -em purchased by a teutleman from Indianapoli, and that ita publication will be resumed on the iirl of January . CI a at r. Immense quantities of game are brought to thi city and ahipped Tast. Quail, prairie chirkenn, rabbits, aud vtni on, are abundant at all tho provision hüllte. iJT J. H. Hager ha a very important aud intereling communication to pioperty holders, iu another column, to which that clasMof our citizens w ill do well to "take heed and be wise." J r Mr. J. 11. McNeely, editor of the Kvanville Journal, called upon us on klonday night. The Journal promises to do good work for the Opposition, under the management of Mr. McNeely. ir An attiaclive feature of the occasion of the Supper mi Thursday night, will b" a tabid at w hielt will bo exposed for :ite many article of handi wntk, prcpan d by j the yutiii liidien of ll.e church. A lur attendance i confidently expected. ONOIUCMfelOK AI.. hk.NATK. iu seion to day, having adjourned over till Monday. much to be re grilled occurteuce which took place in this Hall ytateiday. It was aa Olfen tu it dignity a breach of its harmouj and decorum, and fur it I Under to thia body toy regret and my apology" Mr. Ix)gtn "ifter what baa been said marked lb, together seith a copy of one of the same date, addressed by you to the l'resident, wtre received ytiicrday. No inteltieticc other than that contained in thef litter, has reached me, of any fcuch iireparation a are deKcrihed in them, and J ihe Jett r themelvt convey no tuch in formation, in rtpt ct to piace or person, a i necessary to enable the authorilie of the State, iu the abence of other intelli j-ence, to interpose with any certainty or eHeet. Whenever it Lall be made to ap pear, either by evidence- tranmitted by you, or otherwise, that unlawful combina tions are being formed by any persons, or at any place iu Ohio, fur the invasion of Virginia, for the commission of crime i against her people, it will, undoubtedly, willing to ee the (Jowrnment overthrown for the political advancement of any nun. He saw uothing but treason In all thi movement. He had heard that white- haired old man, Kduiuud ItufTiu, make a treasonable harangue in the street to day, and had gone up and told him that ho was protected by hi white hair and by the military; but that if he came here a month hence and made a bimilar speech, he would be takeu down to "the run" and well ducked, and then drtven out of town. Hol'sK OF If F I K KS K . T A T I V KS . Wasui.varoa, HeC 0. Mr. Hickmao, of I,- ,Uy worthy colleague. I couceivo it to la , motetl that an ameudment to the jour e my duty to aay to this House, that if, nal.as uo mention had been made therein I j the exciteineal of ysterday, 1 broke any of hi resolution for the adoption of the of the rules of the House, or it decorum, plurality rule. I regret it very much, and hope it will not The Clerk aaid that the resolution was mar toy of my relations with any of it merely read for informatiou. , 1 members." .Mr. Hickman insisted that he had the John Cochrane "After this restoration right to olTer the retolutiou which took pre tJf the thttnle cardUle, I mot a that this cedence cf all other question. He asked Hue ijow adjourn. lor a decision on the question. Carried by a vuUi f 112 U 1U8. So the Mr. Orow, of Pa., and Wa.hbuiue, of H0t adjourned at a quarter to 3 o't lock Me , contended that Hickman had the right Wasuinoto, l)c 1- to introduce the resolution .Skai. Ou motion of Mr. l)avi, of Houtdon.uf Ala , took the opposiU aide yj,, a ieolutioo wa adopted ap-oinl .f the argument. XXig H Commilti e to wait on the ''resident, ..... ... . . . . all Stanton, of Ohio, 4id he f.houbI yield an, iufuru, him that the Senate i ready to js a a n s I tip Hour to which I.e wa entitled. I he fH;v, communications, iu ord.r that he resolution could not b ntutained now, as IUÄ IÄVt. atl opportunity to send the Me other questions weir p. i. ding. sage and other Klecutire business to the j Rearou, if lex, look occasion to sa Senate previou to the organisation of the ihet the plurality resolution w as designed I HalJ4c. take the fmt opjortuoity lo examine tl ccnditiuii of affairs at the North and South. They had breu informed that there would U a dissolution of copartnership. He wished lo examine how the account stands. and who ha been doing- wrong. Mr. Maynard of Tenu., said that they bad been engaged during an entire wttk, that then- hd been no violating of good faith by the South. He d, sired the ami dote to go forth with the poiaou. The tthlleman fruni IYnn)lvania could not ustain hicuselt iu hi tirt charge, that the clause in the Co istiluliou wat a detriment to freedom on the part of the South. lie (Mr. Sickles) bad proven that the clause and only taken ihrer vU- for Speaker. , , mm originally rrjrtrd, wa enlarged ind .Much of the lime ha l-een occupied in, u.u,üs,l p1 r ..Urs from th. Couioiltee of the Whole, discussing ques tion necessarily incident to the attempt to eiTect an organisation. They had seen the bad consequences of the neglect of the or gunixatioii, in the interruption and dis turbancea coming from the gsllerit. wiih- out a presiding orf.cer to preserve order. linder ihese circuiostance, he otlered a re- ndl., I nn that the oldest 10 IiiIk-t of this lioUM', by Coiisutiie fervicu theteiu, le bppoit td Chairinau, till the House ahull 1 1 ct a Speaker. Mr. Ki!gote objeied, ou th ground that the resolution was not in order. Sr.il other üietnlt l alo ohje-cli-d. Mr. Maynard referred to ncedntsiu North. Tht re a no instance w here South ern Court had failed lo take rohicsoce of or punish thosn engaged in the slave trade. Kxprditiou with this view were lilted out ith vessel sometimes built ex pressly ir the purpose, aud the proceeds of (helraiwc distributed in the North and Hast, and m all probability at the South The griitlfiuan fiuiu New York. Mr. Mc heau, has as hi opinion that morn expedi tion mere fitted out and utaitied by Xottheru capital than from auy other port of the Union. t the charge that the South had broken the Missouri Oompiw mise, he argued that u could not be called lo enatle men to ..ie iudincilv for a Mack () uultiou uf Mr. Urowu, of Miss , it wa j Republican, when they would not come up rrol vr J lo proceed to theiltctioli of Chap : His pu poition wai tirnpU for tLe prer lain on 1 hursday next. vation of onler, dignity and self resj-ct f Mr. Iversoo, of (la., aaid he had been j this body, while the eys of thia great na misunderstood by the Constitution Lewa-! lion aud the world were upon the lepro paper, iu a remark made by him the other ' senUtive of the tople. day, about the Democratic party, when be i Mr. Stewart of jld , said that it was nec ess.iry that tht re should be a comparison like men and Vole directly for such a uoni inte . Hickman leplicd that the i mark did not apply to hiio, be should Vole for a Kepuh lii-an in pr f r nre to any gentleman who ftiisUiut this adminislr.diou. Apptause ou the Republican side, intermino!ed with with hisses from I be other hide. a ComiMomise If tr a. an t i...ir,,r. ( ...I urp 'I ol fits tesoiuiion, ail. I HiurJ toil , , i. , . . 1 1 I lal Ceasf.l to Liti- silililv in 1 1 i ; ... John Qoincy Adams was once "plinted j i . . ., , . , , .... J 1 wiiereit rniil.l b .. .,.1 Ui,.K ii 4 h:nrman till a Speaker could b- elecled. - i , , ,. , . , epeal of ihe Missouri Ke.trictiou shall have ceased, ihe North will retaiu the principle uf the Kansas Nebraska act a conducive lo lluir enrictions of rifcht, i.d n which tLe Ust hjpes of the party rest, ai d asentirtly fair to all portions of thecounlrv. lie intlnt In, .1 il.Mi tl .. . t ..: - ... i.: 1.. l ...... f ...... 1 1 ..... I ... i '' t een no violation of thp C.inior.ni.i.... of bo- and IS'4. The ptdleman from Asll'sKWSNT. The memliels tf the io Engine it HusnCo . No 'J, will hold their Annual Asseml ly on Friday uight, the 'i.1.1 inst. These annual ti unions aie al ways gotten up with much taste and spirit, and thi promises lo be the most brilliant of them all. TllK HlLfKR ltooK Thia viciou took. in to auf ;ly all Northern craven in a region tecorne the duty of the Executive to use 1 which trge the abolition of slavery ir vr, l.nn.trc.t mile iriuare. hatever rower he may ioses to break i the State where it exists, even, if neeessa ""s - , , . . - . - . . , . . l .1 i . i i : I x ie&u-dY 4V(rlhc rrcpective i W UCl couiDinaiion. and dtleai their un ,ry, oy murrecnon nun uie neuaiug oi ' 1 ; ' .,, ' , i t lawful purpose; and that duty, it need not i blood, and which received the mdoricment, of the Federal Constitution, and , j9ut,ted, wjji ie rru:nrtly performed. approbation ami commendation of sixty-eight He howl" I desecration vet he know it i the doctrine lo- advo j observe with deep regret an intimation .ales more than anything cle that i in your letter that r,ectsity may compel hastening on this calamity. He pour out hi wrath upon dUunior.iiK and yet he sustains, as member of hi party, the only men in the w bole povernrLCtit who are favor ef a dissolution. He know prominent Dtmccrati in the South, are even this very boor sowing the seed of discord and dissolution broad cat and be knows j at the same time that the Republican party proper i eminently a Union-loving party a party that at all time and under all circumstances has avowed the utmos'. faith in and fidelity to the Constitution ai d the Union. They do not advocate disunion sentiments, nor a a party, do they fear a dissolution of thi Union. They will en deavor by all proper mean to prevent uch R catatrophe. but if it i determined to precipitate uch a movement, and effect it, then the Republican remaiu iu tbe North, and will love and cherish it. As a httle back'hsnded consolation for o'ir nethb'jr in hi " Ucion savini meet Ir.rs." we here give him the opinion of a lf authoritie of Virginia to pursue the invader cf her jurisdiction into the tern IUI itl O OJ'Vli,IJ OLttbt Ab I - v.. Republican members of the last Congress, is now engiL'ing the attention of Congress, and creating no little excitement. Jur. When an editor so far forget. hia duty to hia readers as to persist in telling1 that II . . . . . iaasvacrcavasraveww a - s. i w a v j Lopd that no circumstance will arise ein I creating, in their opinion, such a necossi- which heknows is false, it does seem to us . ' ty. Laws of the United State, a well as thst hi reader should forget to have any ,a .the law of Ohio, indicate the mode in coufijl ,llt, in u hat he says. Mr.Cookerly which person char jed with crime in an-1 , . . r, , , , other State and e.eardi: into Ohio, rnav ! i,,oW'4 lLal "KepubllCan member of the a r - - ' be demanded and must be ?urrendered; and the people of thi State will require from her authorities; the punctual fulfill mont of everv obligation to other member of the Union. Thev cannot consent, how- iniurreetion and the tltdding of blood." aver, io the invasion of her territory by j When he ay they did, he tay what i last Congre" never did recommend a book which "uryn tht abolition of Slavery in the State$ irh'te it txiitt, ecru, if necet$irtf, Ly armed bodies from other States, eveu for the purpoe of pursuing and anesting fu gitive Irom justice. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your. S. 1 CHASE. Hi F.xcellency, Hoat A. Wi, c. - -- -- ------ JJ John ltrown i the first white Amer- icau citiru upon whom ha be n intlicteu the penalty of treason, by due proce of law. The highway m-n Murrell wa ar resteil for attempting to creüb' an insurrec tion anions l.ve but I. wis hung by Lynch proces up.m the charge of murder st..,ili.rn n,.!,. in relation to such doUv'h- I ad other crime. Potumick esey aud f.f.m The Baltimore- Patriot in an .irti i other leader in tho projected Charleston cle in reltiion to thi matter aty : tut true. If a'icli a m utitntiit as the oue contained above, can bo fouud in air. Helper's hook, certain it isthat it ia not in the compendium prepared by Francis V. lilair, and to which are attached the name of the Republican member of the last Coures Col. ('ookerly, through ig norance or malice, confound the two books, and eoms determined not to Ik; con vir.ced of his error. We say lo tin-editor of the Journal, that no single Republican ever recommen ded the circulation of a book containing the sentiment which he asserts, and we ak him for the proof of wbnt he above charirts. Re fair, neighbor we do not To SuireikUs See ud ertis.einentH of Mr. U. Shewmaker, in to day 'a paper. Mr. S. iii one of the oldest Commission Meichsids, aud i well posted iu all that relate to the shipping business. He is energetic and prompt, aed shipper will consult their in tcrests by giving him a call. Hous. There was a better feeling yes terday in the hog market, ami price were steady at $5,54 to $o,10, according to weight. Uuyers grade bogs very eloely. and the large majority run below IJtn) IUb. There was a largo number sold from wa gon. The slaughtering houses are all buiy, vc believe. rrThc whereabouts of Charles, Suell or Malon Klever, i desired to bu known, by a lady iu thi city. If either of the above named gentlemeu, or any of their family, will report them.elve to this oflice, they will confer a favor upon a lady who is very desirous of eeiug them, on iiuporlaut business. CiacciTCocuT. Col. Thompson, yester day, at the request of tho Bar, presented to the Circuit Court the resolutions adopted at the liar meeting, respecting the death of Judge Kinney; and took occasion to make an impressiveand eloquent speech, abound ing in interesting remiui.scences of the past, as counecU'd vilh the honored dead. aid he believed that the Democratic party, if not corrupt, w as at least corruptible. lie did not mean to accuse it of complicity i anl dignity of the House should Ik? pre j Keagoii said that nobody doubted the or m pa thy wiih John Uro n, but sin. ply j st r t d . National tuen bad oWd fir Mr. j genllemau would vote for the R. putdican j j,0 ay that on the question of tne Territo ! 15 rock, while for the Republican party as against a Ih inoci at. He repealed that i ,ia nht, wf iu. Southern people, a great j oRP member from the Southern htate the object of thi iiolautul attempt t act ; portion of the Northern Democracy was had soled. The latter standing on a tec upon that resolution was to shield the. i,'cii i unsound. He believed, and Southern peo- j tioual phlfwrm, huw could it I ' exp4Cted pie believed, that they had the right un- that Southern men could give the gentle der the Constitution lo emigrate to any of mon thiir support. ihe Territories with their slave property; ! He, Mr. Sherman, had signed the recom where, what my i.hiiii .ti: action would be. ; and whether ihey have the right to the m ndatioti of Help r's book, w hieb w oul 1 1 prefer the election oi ;i hound Democrat, ; rroteclion of the law iu tho cniovmeut of S slick to him like the shiit of Ns'su. He ' a by that I mean a Di muciul opposed to thia lleiot'U from the responsibility of doing in directly what they would not do directly. Hickman I have never concedd any l'ei.nsy I vsnia had said that the g r at tue lien to be di cided in the t.. I'rr hidcntial elect iou wm. Slt.ll lavery benllo-d to go into the Territories 1 The grMlemin had not shown any reason or justitication for that issue. In view if ud, a contin ency iuour affairs as existed two or thrin year ags, wiih nterence to Kansas, v are to understand thi.t it wa Uibe brought ad.uinisti aliou, an Auti-Lecomplon Demo crat. I have endeavored, for a week, to elect such man, but nm beginning to fear that 1 shall be unable to conhummate that work. I believe that either a friend of the administration or a Republican is ulti mately to be elecled. I am frank to say in that event, I have decided on the choice of the latter. 1 have offered this resolution for the purpose of reaching au organiza tion. If the administration party succeeds, I trust I shall submit iu a becoming spirit. I nui perfectly willing that every man in thi country should know my view. Let the motion to amend the jjurii.il be put to the HousO to deci le. Mr. Smith, of Va., said that the motion was unnecessary. In his view of the sub ject, if the gentleman means to vote for the Republican nominee, he and tho&u think with him, can do so, and this end the question. o man who has witnessed that gentleman's course for the lat two years, could doubt that lie would, at last I.aod in the Republican party. He says he wants a sound Democrat elected, and yet will not vote with the Republicans. Who doe he fool by such a doctrine as that. Tho mem hers of the Democratic party are here to perform a hh and holy duty to their country. I want him to be understood as Rlack Republican who only takes the name of Democrat for the purpose of hoodwink ing and misleading. Let me a?k him, forward n if not a an eristin " lllli i ! ion their property, and Congress has the potver j never would r on-nt to tote for the ad-p- Nnnli JiK., ltrl t, - , to Kive that protection, and it i it duty tion of u.o plurality rule. 1 ne tuu.. , 'rfkij(.ntil ti(flll) j,,.,,,.,,,;,,,, to 't- Meeting at the North amount to nothing ; j Whf ,u, N u It canuot be disputed, that this is not . they are a delusion, unless tl.ete is a cor- j jm TiuMt. r, .Kuh of r .kulrill( of ...rr the poMliou ol the northern iemocracy( j ..r..,.i. :. e - ; prrss,Ue cor.llicl," and the acts of fsnatie. at least, that portion who follow Douglas, j ti sf lucaarsa ism ana . nun , .(i f , fu, They deny the powtr of Congres, ovtr the -ce enough ,n the North b, rebuke such ! f sentiments a those uttired bv air. earii. ! , v, i r i ; when they hnd such are the consequence Now was the time for thi m fo rise in their i . . . , 1 . . . ,. v ,. , ,. f Ki v in- au a-cendancy to a sectional par mm. k v nri.l sustain lha National ttntl. ' I . . - I tv, thev will ment. no voiunteersd slave ia.r as ap . t - TA , IUI' IT! -Ulli VI VOIOI , VHS us,.., ...sa We perceive inai ine wco.oco iwu?i .. ask for vour assertions we wantthe i.roof n : I ,1. V-.rk- '. 1 1 -i . I I IICU I' C 1 1 1 T.r U s Ii I i HINn vor I . " i I un - riff" In IWl""! "c" if.- r . i I hia prep e holding mewting br Ihe pur- Stale. John brow n is tne nrt citizen en j - . p..se of apcaing thf wrath r.f disunion ' lt(t (, lo lr. p.j of ffra-e. upon n l.om iL,f ,lJ ,J ' sme other evidence than ,si in the South, at the recent eiU.bition I j Ad, your isolated say so. No b.ckingout. Col ..f foolish sentimentalem for John Hrown , ,.,4.1 P-n.,t:,n wtl onel -you must quit lieing, or quit writing, by a handful, here and there, of Abolition j the p:tv,o:is extended repjtation, -sell-j b liiinioist in these eitle. k uo w n h arac ter and severe utTrings of t ur7rTt 'i lVv'-rr.x-v If there be any character ,n the world j unUl;1,iat, maQ( will mkcthedayofj , ROM CHAKLLhTOVN N. thatwebaveacontetnrtf. ill the d.rt m.,PaU, one i the an-i tnuusTow.O a. Tuesday, Ihe. 11. atioi Poutrh-r ace oi me r ree .ai. lie ; Kii. nsive t. reparation are making for 1 I ..K.I . .... ( .. ... . f I .. , .1.1... ' ' ha no Veal rrgaro mir'ri tot uir oi'uoi ini' o i to- ii;unu , ami it institutions, and y st, under pretence ' - - . f sympathy for them, he w,U proclai-n j 7-( .r.. . Hooker, who wa recently himelf our friend, keeping hi eyes stead- , , , -r tr . 1 1 .1 n. ' .. . . , . ...... .V . ? 1 , chained lv the Terre Haute Journal wr.h .Iv all tne wnne ui'on in .i-rw i-ueui. 1 - i i;.t... .......1 ii,..., i : to U- derived ther.from. He wilt do any having cut the embankment on the v . j ' ...v,.,.. ihie that Southern fire-eater will require v Canal, aome mile below this citv. wa lrJ SlT ti: companies are announced ofhim.even to licking the very dust fT ! jn uuf t tVf r ,rri! 1y lri,i rquesta u t tl.nrshoes; and though thee partizir. J r-rerfectlv awaro of hi by pocri v . ret. ! "7 bat he is entirely innocent of this traogeto say, they atTect to be gratified j charge, ami that he will, in proper time, We trust that Col. T. will consent to furnish a copy of his remarks for publica J WOuld he vote for Mr. Hocock to day tion. ! Mr. Hickman franklv and uueciuivocallv a- replied that he would not, because Mr. Ho cock has sustained the administration in everything it has done, and he (Mr. II ) was not a believer in eleveuth hour repentance. Laughter. Fe would continue to to call himself a subject, and deuy that Congress can exer cise jurisdiction so as to give that protec tion. They say the power belongs to tbe people of the territories themselves, in a territorial form, and when a sufficient number of people go into a territory to form a political community, they have a right to receive the subject of slavery a they please, and neither Congress nor any human tribunal ha the power to interfere. Now bo cotended that that position was as unsound as the Wilmot proviso. When be aaid the Democratic party were at least cor ruptible, be did not allude to them in a moral sense, but spoke in a political sense, thinking the time was fast coming when they would tc so uuder the presure of a strong and overwhelmiog sentiment at the North. If they have not already became abolitionifed they would become 10. Mr. Higler, of Pa., wa surprised to hear the remarks of the Senator tho other day. He thought he did the Democratic party at the North great injustice; for be certainly used strong language, and went on at some length to tay they w ere an corrupt on this subject as the Republican party. Mr. Hig Kr would tell him that such a declaration had no foundation in fact pointed to the South, and thought that it was by the act of kind Providence that the African was brought to this country. If the next President!! electiou should be determined iu favor of those Northern, sic sweep it out of existence as summarily a they woul I drive away the enemy from their own door. He consid end we were in the pusenceof the ui.ml I serious danger that i v r menaced the con ; r-deraey, an. I :her. fore a a failuful seua al view, he believed that the South- j l"r 'l " ,,U d,,,Jr t() r.hh ihe Xolth. 1 " Three Nymphs du pntr, got on a bender yesterday morning, and paraded the streets until becoming noisy, and very much intoxicated, two of them were taken to the c alii boose, the other gave the officers a a a. it the slip and made good lime in a wrsieny D' mocrat, notwithstanding the remarks of direction; but she was overtaken by the t (e KC.Iltielllan froIn Virginia. The ques swift footed Charley, and safely lodged j 3 w,,.,tljfr Jars Bucli,u:lu or lh lion cm and Pacific Statea would deliberately take counsel togtther, and provide a run Mr. Haakius made an earnest dtftt.ee j n,lvle XcW Vo,k l" W'ise "ith against assault. uuü him by the Con,til u ' " pressed d practiced by John He believed that, with a full knowledge of facts, they would give a patriotic response He alluded to the few demonstration tion newspaper, of a combination to elect ; Hrown; and denied that the religious sen timent of the peoplo tolerated and coun tenanced them. He did not believe tl tele Forney Clerk. He admitted himself For r ev's friend, and said there could be no rr . 11 1 1 . were any communities in tbe North that more effective rebuke of Administration J v .'tnn iui . 1 ts j w-ould permit assemblages within th.ir eitravarance and prosctitdioii and Fedi r .. .. ,. , , .. r P . ,-, i borders, with & new to proclaim their pur alinn, than the election of Forney, whodid . r" I Ul ,. ,. ,1 1 !IH', to carry invasion and death to ihn mote than any other man lo give I enuyl- , . , , . 1 . - . , j " ' hre-ide of any portion of this country. - vania to HuchaLan; and who in 1.S be.p . . , J ' At the conclusion of hi stH-ech. Mr. S td to place theseal of condemnation of that , , . ... 1 applaudtd Comtuonwealth on its old favorite sou. He , , . , ... , ! Mr. Adrian, of N.J.. said the recent ai tlien unaiieu ine eoi i w j nous vt -iin rill,' K dfiiiriistr-itinn nii.l I . r I --.! a Ctini ... " offensively mentioned, was pro mittle would bo ntioinled t.t investigate ' ....... - - . , them, when th House was organized. tide iu the Constitution, in which hi was offensively mentioned, was pi p. rly ft billed by Haskinsaiid Hickman Mr. CUtI, of N V.. said be had res,... Not only have no portion of the Demo- j The shrieks of Southern membt rn, breath fl 1 ,r ,, , , , 1. 1 . J . . . . . . , 111 111 tolelieVe it Would be fatal t o .1 nle Doili' cratie parly sympathired with Ilrown in bis atrocious onslaught upon Virginia; but as little do they sympathise with the abo itionists. He wa gratified with the Sen ator's disclosure, as far as it went; but jus with her frail toster. who hold to the sentiment of the Ciucin- the approaching execution. Nineteen companies of military are now on duty, and gusrds are stationed at every street. at the exhibition. Pretty emphatic, in'tit? Hut the Pa triot goes on : They (the South) are not to be deceived ..bout the real sentiment of the people of the Free State atout slvvery, and they don't want any Northern or Western mm to eat dirt to pleae them. They d n't ak any such degradation. What they want i ih vote of the Northern and Wetern Up - position, by whatevr name they msy call ih. msflve. for a conservative Prei lentt.l ticket next fall. As to slavery in Mary hnd. they can take care of that themelve , u.d a they hold opinion about that in- stitution contrarv to lho lit'rtainedjby t jeople in the Kree State, they Ion t re quire A those people a prelude to a po btical union in the next residential rlrc- give it e editor of that sheet an opportuni ty to prove his assertions bufere a jury of the country. We can hardly belisve that our neighbor would publish to the world a charge against a rilitennf such a grave character a the ne above referred to, unle he had at hi command sutVtcient proof to substan tiate it. We w ill see, howrver, upon what idle rumor he mal hi slanderou as S'ill. ..- I.ioi. sota Imioest During the per formance of Kichard III at the National Theater. Cincinnati. Friday evening, the famous couch scepe wa ft loUred laugha to.n.the surr.n.fer m meir mannoou. or , , f w . ild,!fnl While the the profession of a If on their lip at o it ; ,-,v, it p i.,..! slavery j "hump-bieked tyrant ( A.r. J. It. KoKert) They may talk against it till doo?nday, was endeavoring to ei j .y a leep which, ltnd Maryland will not caie ; t bentver Mf? ih, h' hnd "murdered." he and :,nyJohn ;irow shall altem, t . inrovl , , , ,r u.f of Henry VI tutu her boriler. she i amply at b-to take i J t ' r re not only of herself and her slave, but , marched by. and t ic aimed, half audibly, ;.!o of her invader, and that, i.ut la j "WIij.' that!" "Why," anered a voice : from the gallery, "its old (awatomie How do ycu like thi slap on the uo,.i, , trow w-h..i!" It i n.e.lle. t. add ll.e which covers your face neighbor? We j n0u.f eotM down." i s ill leave you "eating dirt" until we again - - - have the p'eaure of bean, g from von t n j I TOn the first day of Janu.ry coining. Union Meeting." " Uo,r.or Wise ( Heaven U praied'i g e .a ; ot of lY.ec. Having failed to apioirit a IT The tin. filed fr the barging of j Jy t.f thai.a gi vin; hiicslf. w take tbe Cock and the rest of the "ins irgents." is ! l,t,,,ty t,f rrcommmdmg the efenlful day next Friday. lVrbap Cook will le jas a highly fitting one far a general strangled into another world and j rba j s j thank gi in g lh rollout thi State H'Aee be won't, but whether be will or won't, is : fe.'.'i ;rr a matter of not much importance. If any of those now c o.rircd are to be hung. Cook should be one of them U is e.pul ly guilty with the rtf, and tl ri be ha also turned traitor tit hi com at.i- n The meanest man in crime i he h.t le trays those with wh-oo he actei. F.r tht negroes now played 'more man HeucitUraoward.orbe has I.vIot- , r AI, lrifM0 lU Ul Wlf ar, fa,l(Ii. ard. for hi adviser. s e lh.sk yet ih: 0b lhe ruin, Magenta a tyOOK III Ii' I '"'tl ow ii it- is i ii r i , .11.1 , ...1 lux jrp. i v rrtstion is all thai ir.eett the . - a . .a a.s . l I world will sympathise i.ui iiitie iti. him. lie hs esmced t!ie e kin I of eurage which Oar. Wise id c'isr.cf.r id the Harper Kerry i'es thsl cd a beep. . . IT On Wednesday lat,a T.J. Sibley, a clerk in a cotton brokerage firm, was pro credir;; to the Merchant's Hank, in New Orleans, to dep-iil $lO,fsi, he was rob I'fd of lh- i.fl. Foir thousand dollar ero i: a bill of excharge, ar d the bal . i i .ii .. ... i ar.ee in one uio'ianj uouar nous on me in the cel. a, have dis j , , , bioitfn S;.Vc Hsr.k. inly courage than Cook j X It i very j;eoerliy lJiercl, in Ken lucky, that the numerou aiMnymous I! ter received bv Southrrn eer.tleio d i. srsrf.in ' theni .-f 1 ' ir'r " n15 '") r.c ren .nscov tis O te lis:se rr the tation riddled with sh,.i ic !iil ni.spicuoui, and a few t Hitii'i t d the rsilwsy, whe.-e sev.ral h'i n.irr I sre b'.ried It' Jane Jamison, late lfputy Clerk of ar sm n'o ahr ou led on the stearro r iii the last few weeks, .mpending plot and all. u.pt at r :' 1,1 - - 'U' f U iU " rt of ,C .1 --...,.. ... ,.f ..t. i ' lie als. conrrtev io hi o on tint'i --- - j f - --- --," I trader and thi. tes. with a view of profa jfH v. offorty bond This is the prevalent u irion, we nr?dr itn use taud, cf intelligent slave owtcr. I r The I.epot lies and Aioeriean I'e pub! cif. parlie iu Rhode Island are sow i . . . ..f . .. - r-vl.,. S Uu11.m. ilnfimewilliiH "Mi" v' "' , ii., , . . . the pr fnie. lley have afersl upon a two or three hundred tde dUir g e!ce 1 , J . 1 ... . , ... . ! sunt fouTfinijs to uumioitt Siitecfflfff. Ud Governor of M.s.oun.n l-.-Mua re -j-J f ih&f, lt j ceat apeech at Levmgton, m that Statr.de . clarcd that h woubl a tppirt the Itepubli ' J r The sale of "The Minister's WtK, tan nomine for l'resident in ii-f, even j i,," hss already a circulation evreelirg .hnn.h he ahould be Johua It. CJiddiejf j ),bKi cr ies, air. Htw has reslixed . Mr. liollioa t oo of tbe most popular and iafluaetial citiasns in Missouri. more than $10Vj upu it, e4 will proba bly recaivt aa much more. ou their way here. The citizen 6nJ dif ficulty in passing froo one part of town to another. They are obliged to halt, and are marched to the guard house, if unable to give the Countersign. (ireen and Copeland will be hung at II o'clock in the forenoon; Cook and Codpie al 3 o'clock iu the afteroou. Ihey are all composed, and look calmly on their ap proaching doom. ur.ic buoaVm kkti no. I jrni AxafoLis, Dec. 13. A met ting of Republicans, held in thia city lst night, unanimously resolved that the uxiuWr of the National Republican Committee from Indiana, be requested to use hi utmost exertion to secure the hold ingof the nominating Convention al this place. And that the Republican of thi city astute their friend throughout the Union, ihst the capacity of our Hotel, and the hospitality of o-ir citiren, are atopic f.r the accommodation of the delegate and all in attend ince. (Sreal enthusiasm characteriid the meeting. - - - . .. A t nlnii Haslng llatrlte. We g further, and say, that the South rrn State will not submit lo the ir.augura linn of any Rlack Republican President whatever that i,any man sleeted by the Kepubiican party, a suh, in its capacity of a sepirate and dis'mct political and sectional organisation. Richmond W'kij. Won't the South submit well thst ia aw ful. What then will the S,.uth do? oh! that is the question. She might however as well make up her mind to submit, fr a illaek Republican President i certain to be inangura'ed on the -I'.h 1y of March l?"fd . And when that heaven cor.trolled event does arrive there will ar im 'nense amount of trfßtim j on ptrt of such Journal a the Richmond Whig. A young man afterwards exhibiting an j nati ,atforiQ( m iu integrity, embody th over anxious desiro to keep them company. was accommodated with quarters for the evening and night, on the other side of the division wall. Ntiol CiisaacTiaisTic. It is aaid thatwhia a FrsncLrcan ha to wait be smokes, a Offinin meditates, an Italian sleep, ar. Knglishmso lakes a walk, aud an American invents some rew contortion of hi lirnb, and tries lo put Lis feet high er thai, t vr. . J ; T r.e So Jer fJa!lr ry c f ait trgsa "!d lately al auctic u. It wa accumula ted by Count Prä' eck at a cl of $l.'0f. fs'Ml. but ihe picture brought Jess than one-fif-.h of tha. s-m. A small Raphael, sem and a half irel t long, brought $7,0'ff and a Crrgi A Rio Fsr. K. (I. Rsrne. a lawyer ef Milwankie, Wi , sued the Trustee of the Ka A Milwaukie Radrnsd for $12.- fHs'f for services in foreclosing the third nortgsge eu that road. His lime was t x rlusively frf-cipied in the tu-iiuss fjjr nntb The jtrry gave him 4stO I.tnits 5trna The Is lies ef St. Stephens Church will prspate a Fupper at National Hall, on Thursday evening oext. Dee. IIlh, to whirl, public are repttfnlly invited. Tickets altht dvr .VJ csets. Tilt T. II., A.A St. L. It. R. During the last four days of last week the Directors of this Road were engaged in thi city, in completing arrangement for the future government of the Road. We understand that the road will to day be formally sur rendered to the second mortgage bond holders, aud that satisfactory arrange ment have been made with the other'par tie interested, by which it is hopid the Road will be relieved from all embarrass ment. If thi road is managed in future as it ha been for the pat few month, we can see no reason why it may not at n distant day I) made a paying institution Mr. Criswold, in his management, hn exhibited very superior ability, both a a Railrnnd operator and as a financier. N.w Rot rr. A new route for Rastern freight is now opined, by the Indiana Central, through Dayton aud Cnlwmbu to Pittsburgh tit Steubt tivillt! and ovtr the Pennsylvania Central road, (hi thi route but one change of car I required from Indianapolis to Philadelphia, und other KaUrn citie. The advantage thus se cured, are that freight i changed at Pitts burgh from one ear to the other, under rerer m-d without creyeye er ttfttturr Im ihr wither. All bill of lading and contracts made for this route, are guarantied by the lVnn aylvania Central R. R. Co. Mr. William C Luplon. the efficient Agept of the Adams Kipresa Co. in this ity. is the agent for the above route, and our shipper rosy have confidence in any busir.e they may transact with him. Tm Rsao The Journal say that Io gsti, of Ills., has H.000 msjifity to back h'm op in his position. A gentleman, u merntr of the Illinois Legislature, told os an anecJote, on Saturday "night, which r 'plains the cause f the Isrge msjoritie tke Democracy is able to roll up in that re gion of Illinois. stn w in Ihe legislature nf Illinois, a few sears ago, and was, a ltmfynl sre won! to do, abui(- the Republicans He pointed In the fact that most of the criminal in the Penitentiary, were from the north part ef the Stats where Itej ul Ii eaeitn did most abound. An old farmer, a member frmi the north psrl of the State ne in hi place, and said'. 'Vs! we hare a different state of aoeie ty up North, and we do send a great tnmy criminals from our eounti I the State Prison. We differ very roech from onr Democratic friend in the south psrl of the State. We sei tl our aconndrels in the iVnitetitisry , they send theirs b the I.e. gislature." -v a .. IJ Tu Northern private tutor iu the families of Mesr, Sbasr and llradlwy, of Williamsburg, S, 0 , have been notified bi close their school on the 15lU iat , and their rmployera bar consenltd. Thia movemeat, if it ibo'ibl lco'ua genera), will probably itiinulata lo the production of native teaching talent. Democratic party, will be decided by the whoh? country. A lengthy discussion ou political princi ples, ensued between Horace F. Clark, of N. V., and Mr. Smith, of Virginia. Mr. Clark had never been, and never would be a sectional man. -The city of New Yolk, wbich he represented, could not afford to semi a sectional representa tive to Congres. He did not regard the Republican party as an Abolition parly. Abolitionists were tho who would interfere, by violence, with the relation of in.ister and slave, aa illustrated by tb? Harper's Ferry raid. i'lrr. there were thousand at the Notlh would contribute largely to make compen sation to Hie inrtsler for the emancipation of the slave. Mr. Smith did not Itelieve Clark a an abolitmnist, but denounced bis inconsis leuey in refu.iog to act with the Demo cratic patty after having been elected by Dsmocrals. In reply to the question, whither he would deem it Mitlicient cause fur adisso lution of the Union if he found the North combined as a Mctionnl pa'ty against ike South. MrS.said thai hen a combina tion of a majority made for the pur pose fjf warring against constitutional rights .if (he S.Mitb, he vh out. Mr. (Turk "So am I, sir; but you base not answered my question." Mr. Smith would not undertake to aiy that he would be in favored dissolution if any particular man was elected President. Sufficient for tbe day i the evil thereof. Mr. Curry, of Ala , made a lengthy speech cot abol 1 1 ion I III . He did Hot hoi the Republican parly responsible lor the f-xcetise committed by the ultra anti-sla very men 'did not intend Ia charge that party with euruylicity iu the late raid in Virginia wa willing to le', the mantle cf ignorance cover the igning nf a rt-coin i idatioD of an incendisry publication. It ut their Wtrit.es were hostile to the South necessarily; and though they hon c?ly and conscientiously repudiated and denounced violent interference with sla very, yet it wa but tbe neceary and log ical sequence ef i! ir doetriaea and teach ing. That the lfep'ihlicin party ha I been driven by circumstance into the assump tion of ddctrims from which they shrank a j w year ago. He referred b the law it tending to ttegtoes the right of stifTrsge, the perstion cf under ground railroads, snd reitct re to the Fugitive Slave Raw; and lit gued lhat the Sooth had good reason to apprehend dargtr. He risked the Ite pubbesns if they had the govttnmrnt in their hands and had the power to at-lnh slavery and render sUe pup ri insecure, If th-y would not .h it T Mr. Kilgie, ef h-Jima -"Not in ihe Southern State. ' Mr. Cutry proceeded at K''3t Irrcth, go ing over the whol ground ef loisrepresrn tice required him to declare that the North- lion aud protection U ihe Smth. A to em Democrats had labored day by day, in ( old Johu Hrown, there are not a thousand season and out of season, in defence of the j men in the Free States who justify hi act, rights of the. South. j while so much excitement existed at the .Mr. I veron I said that very thing in j scUih. 1, it a wonder, tbeu, there should my remark; but iu the other Cae. 1 referred ! le finatic at the North? In conclusion, to that portion of the Democratic party, ' he .ai,i ,e wa, i, fU.,i a, an independent .11. iiiii.ii 1.4.1 a t aiii1nH, f r .a e.i lie iiiui:iwti. liata i ' t ii ai i'iaoi"i i ui . . . ,, la il H e latter a fnends sustained him the galleries by men holding position un , , . . . . , . , , , , , t ., i Adrian had gone into the Democratic ou der (ovtrnment, w hue no shriek from the , , . , , eis ( Applause ) opposite fide had been made that did not . . . . , . , . , . . ,i n , . v Adri-li ssid that if be bud go,- n,it, embrace almost devotion to the C.r.stiUi ....,., . ..... , fc .. . . . .... x ..... - iir,,,t .um imtf 1 If. ii st Ins friend Clark knew it would In utiaccep table to Douglas If he aud oth r ha, I gone into caucus, w,y did md Clak g into it hiios. If T ( Laughter.) Clark ii plied that at tbe pfoper time he Would ßive It a-oin M hielt Would be StCep under the lead of Donglas which has de oied the riht of the Southern people. Mr. Rigler said, the Senator from (la., could hardly realire how the expressive rottencss of the Democratic party fell on tab! e. r.i i. Ilia ..mi.otlii. BfA U'ltli 1 1 . . I : f 1 1 i lUHIIi llll .-Illll'.llill ! -- . v..- , i . . ' , .. .. In coticbision, Mr. Adr isn expressed Ins .K I l.A JPAI.1.1 ..-. a t a f.kr Bit A ii m i ti I st r a ! Uliti ai v V v' villi nv's f'c a - tion candidate. Mr. Noel, of ilo., said that lh-re wtu men who are resolved on the final abolition his ear. At the North. Democrats were uf ,,iaTl.ry . and be proc ceded to tbe liseu called dooghfaces, beu.use they stood up , on of t-,e uxl. p()v er of the (. i,t r:d for .the rights of the South. There were ; ajJ Stnlt. (iur(.rnniHlt. He remarked that different opinions among Dem.rats will, 1 ifthe mm of this Union i tostt f..r,ver, il regaro tome question oi territorial r.gni. nI. ,, . .pl f tt.vollltion3rT . .. , ... .. ti . ,i ii i -., i - - us'i i"ui inst u io t iidw mat ti.e r'sponsi . 1 1,, s-o.U ,0 .r tl.o- .ll J ! .,!,!. H U,c B.pl.lk. rUt . s Ur t,.a I Mr. Iversoo. but thev had no kimni .v . . . . ...... i J 1 ' J J I j i nn lhnr acnuisition ol the Anll-l.eCotnMon v. ...n ..... 1.... ... :: .. i i. . . - i c uiii . I. -''(i..i'Mi ARU .Tun iroiiiiuii support ; but advised ihem not to trust their jt,-. & . . a a nr alius, ami not put them on guam a After some rtn.ruk by Clark, MeRae belu f that none of In constituents appro ed .Toon Frown's conduct. M Rae asked Adrian whether, if the Charleston Contention shull adopt ,e C,i, cinnati platform, I... would upp.it ihe noiiiii.ilion ? Adrian s.nd be would not. McRac had snaljiel the votes which wiin tne .-ooimoii pariy, ana every im ecratic paper in the country had denoun I Ml U I.I1II INI. H II ri I I VI . 1 I i S I ... I . 1 I. I I , .. f . . ,. 1 moment, for if men Utray a gooj cause tor 1 an I Itocock, a motion to adn.uru was rsr opinion of tin question wa, we don't i , . . .. , , , , . , r;,,i 1 ' i , . . e . v u tl v.. ,1.1 l,.lrt l.a.l III II. ... .i.i v.i .. e ' J ....... claim that the Constitution establishes slavery or prohibits it; but the Constitu tion most explicitly declares that the State are perfectly quirt and provide that new State shall come into the Union on term I r'rt of perfet equality with older or es. It is : cause for le.s. If Democrats and Ihe Soull. , Sm4U -Mr- K,"if. "f N-wVik.i, rru Opposition prove recreant in the try j 'ded a tilion fr..m Daniel F. Tu man. ing hour, they would suffer the sting of M a) r , f NrW Vt.rk city, and a hundred and three IIa is, fato-jrg tbe passage Mr. Hickman, of Fa , alluding to tbe lht" HomesU ad bill, and opposing a luon . .I . rii . ....ii.i.. i chartre in the Conslitulion. said that if it ! y'VVi) w l'uu,,t ru1"- iit-wii t iM.nrinl. nf r . rf.-rl muiÜtr ; i. ,t.,,i was made by the Frer-ident, he knew it to eoititvariil instire. that Hit si - common own. t ' . ! . ..j j i ITS have Mr. Mason' (of Va ,) resolution to ap ' . ... , , be false; but if made by anv other person P"'"' a , ommiuee ot ineiigation t.i in etiual rights to the occupancy and 3 " 1 ,. ,;r . t n,. . i ... . . 1 .. . 1 hedid know it to be true, for the reason '1 1,r "' "'l'- 1 rry moo,,.., enjoymentoi terr.lory.so long a lutcrti- : th. n came up. ' .1 1... U I- ...... AAJ.MI...I 11,. l.illtll.l. I i . . 1 1 . t i .1 tiiav lie t 1 1 ii s ii.a ii j -i. .i- - common law of this country with Fugitive . Slave Raw, would afford all the protection . in any territory whenever it i alleged that ; a territorial le gislature hs transcended of Al.. suid he wished to - flood. It there be no 1 frl"v- he did because ho could not be pwrched- J r- 1 This rcsd.rg him out of the I), mocratic ; v party had been faithfully persevered in for coi.c alm-M . I he Senator on Ihe other the last four ars. by men abler and stron m le proles, to r. .j ect the Constitutional a territorial le gislature n transcend! l , , , .,. i iuI.n ,f il.- si.uili ..,.1 .i.,.,. ,t .. . . . .-fr lhan the gentleman fiorn Missouri, and "J,''1- lt' I,""u'. Jiciar Ihey w ill it legitimate authority to the dt trimrnt of i rt- . ti i.r.serii- and maintain ihot.i If tl . i f they bad not gotten rid of bun yet. There , pr-' ' n aini maintain tiiom. If that tie private rights. Ihati a question for the j ,xir , a rtt ,lCr,. .,, ! claration b sincere, ana the Republic.,, Judiciary, and when he Jud,ciary iv-, ,ft M, U iflV4..? ;tion . p-rty aillkeep their pledge, there i. judgment io such case, the whole power of the Federal (lovt ruir.tnt must be mploy d to carry out the law thus define.. It i .i a s a . s . s simply me oioa.i manne. anowiiir me i people ef a territory to exercise just that authoiity which thoy msy extreme under the Constitution and the law. When a dispute arises whenever they transcend j their authrity that i a question not for Congress, but the courte. Holding that opinion, I do not Wlicve 1 am an aboli tionist, uor böse whom I r present. I don't desire, in any way, to disturb ll.e rights of my Souther o l reth rn. From the hour I first came into political life to the presnt day, I blies I have aever gone through a politic al campaign wben the right of the South wa not a leading is sue. At lie North we have lx-cn constantly assailed by the Oppositionthey are a sailing the Democratic party every day, on the ground lhat we are sub rvi nt to the South, and ar pro-sla v ry toeo. Wesav weaimply seek to "maintain the coi slitu lionsl rights of the Svinlherti Stale. Our object is to put dn the spirit of crimin atiou which must bilum:l) lead toalieu tiou and paition 11 , n p.v le who ought to tx friend and bitthren. Hot ss. -Mr. Kilgoie tf la . said that it, CohsLiltit.g a tili his ffiemli, be found that they were almost unanimous in the tpiu- ion that it w as in-cessary to roar j to bal lot in order to bring about an organisation and suppress the lues ledge tif the wrong, cause for complaining. Hut the Suulh has and vt r.ft.t the Commit! had made tod r, as.m to .lisirust Uuse profession. M 'their report no n.an was known to be uf- i w h. u the Conduct of the Opposition Sena ficit tdly teckl. ss to ,!eny the char,:. which 1 tors are so d.ffrcr l. One Senator trtats had t-cn prtferred, and which wa coin- 'the whole nattr with a levity whith plettly provt-n. would le i tTetisi ve, if hedid not always) Mr. H. made a lengthy jn-ech, twuch-, ln l rtrr" -!j.-ct iu the same manner, ing on various subjects "d he .ll probably do it, ,ke Rabehi.. u it), a j. t i, poti Iiis li; and never wake Washisgtos. D.C. H , ...p.j,,,,. of 4fea,i j...,i, un liotsr. 1 he question leing en Hie mo tion ef Mr. Hickman, of Fa., to annul Fri day ' journal, by inserting that he had f fered a resolution to adopt the pluralilr rule on ibe vote for the Seakrrhip, Mr. Sick! , of N. V., said he would not tation and abuse of the Ri publifio patty, j of tbe Hon.e TLe Adniinisttatioit wa ehat;ita theto with continually agilsliag the ilavery question; and culoited the llemocratie patty a the avera of the Cou stitutiou and the I'nioti. Mr. Ktlloj'g, of Ills. --"I woalddovio lence to my feelirg snd ence of hnn.r, if I did not take the raillet opportunity lo mako an s policy to this Hons for tha almost without money, well a without fiicnds, ami be w aided to pro ide fur the fermr. He wanted to bdl the gi ntleiuan ou ike other side ef the b;use that the Re publican will not abtink from Iht discus sion. Al tbe proer lime, they will debate tbe question wbich bad been intioduced, until all patties wer slitäed. I! would til he I called to judgment. Another ridi cules the cowardice, weakness am impo tence of the South, in suffering a haudful ,.f men to seire the Arsenal at Harper' Far ry, in the face t f hf!en hundred inhabj I ant. Atmther n! rtaiu a newlv diarov tret as on the time of the Houee, did he' , . t , t- t . . ,r ere I opinion of ashington, JefIcron and noldee.u it'.sn inrrstive duty to protect f..i1. and frtmer of the D.et.r.i;. against much which had been said on thi tloor in the course f discussion, as to the of I nde svi,deiice ad the Federal Constitu lion, dissot ro it. of Slavery A ..,(! ... sentiment of the Nt rth. Tbe gentle rtan , , . .. ,, , . , ende ..rstoexcite ouiut iic dissention an J ftont IVniiM Ivanta f Mr. Hickman) had! , ., liscird within our own rangca at the avowed thatthe impressible conflict l not ! . ...... t , ,t , ... ' South, bv appealing to the run slavthald in the future, but is a fsct and I present ml , ' ,, ,,,,r. ... . , . . i e r to come to tlie suppoil of the Republi thia hall. Mr. S.ckles sai l the Northern j . ... f . . .:. r . .i ... . !c'i p"y. prifis.mg to vindicate tbtir sentiment, otUrw.e. 1 here U als , ihe j f r,otu UlC Crkr ( North milliun.tf he.rts devoted not only slrv ,,;,,., cUr lht Dragon . to the loioii but lo the Constitution ..o ih)i f t,l0 rj,iM, of tl(V. )ulh( h ho which it rest. ; and they mould never re j hvJ wi up ir)d mf! 0,h linquish their aiUgiancs to it or 1 on- j would fliehten us wiih fierce andjbrav) mindful of the duty .f rformi.; the ob ; m or,t ihr. att rung ua v Ith coe-rcio to sub ligation itli which that allegianee is j ,illtto U. ir ulL rily. r.o matter bow un parabty connected , an.l without which constitutional and ttppresairre. These sre thtir hue for the Constitution and the I?n ! the evidence of fraternal afTectiou, respect , i , I, , i and ri bald for the S iuth which you present ion i hypHrasy and drlusioii. lie said ä .T , ,i iu .11...- I I f i J J u. n.l-u I l.illip l.au said, speak iu Mi. Hickman' tiew of the Notthem sen t ( fia, ii, Virginia, (hat it was tbe tin.ent is aa unfounded in sint of facl a i natural teull of Anti Slsvery teaching, the charta be mvki. In the nameof the and for oi e he iected it. Mr. Clay ad- Ulli I 'I ii.s i' lll'l"i, , IUO Noith as wtll as reason, these fe ling are unjustifiable. Iu the ourse of hi rply to Mr. Hickman charges that the Sulh hsa violated compacts and compromises, here feired to the history of the adoption f ihe Constitution and kindled subjects, to show truth. Other had predicted the satna thing. He then quo'ed from the remarks of Republican, showing their hostile feel lag toward the South. Uov. Chase, had said debated lavrho! ding and slavehold er, and hia colleague here had "sij sub stantially the ssoje thing.