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Meeting In Philadelphia.
A ry meeting he I J in Philadelphia on lha 22d tilt.. t whicJs thn following reso. luiiont ! adopted. Although thii meet ing eipres " passionate affection fur (he Union," no mention ia made of it founder. Wisniso1"0 not in all their thoughts Gn. Jackson WM not fa'S"1"' P"u" lnh them that the opinions of the meeting Whcrsas liability of the American I'nion U aanoagli seoang areo.oosccouni ni real or iui "w. . r.;i ,..,., k. .is. 1...1.1;.... tffiinpAaf thii immortal J.fkann da...... .t.. mut and tkall be preterrnl." ... 17- Relved, Tbal the chairman of this mealing be authorized and requested lo appoint a commute of 7G, to be designated ."the Committee on Cha Par petuily of lha I'nion." and to have Iht gonoral ,u psrvi.icm of all matter, relating to lb o'jects of thia meeting. Southern Kishls Meeting- in (nstun County. On Wcdneaday, the 20th inat., a meeting of the citizens of Gaaton county, to which all partiee were invited assembled in the Court I louse in Dallas, for ilia purpose of consid ering thn brat course ti bo adopted to ro. aiat the aggression! of the North upm the cnnittiiutiuual riuhts of tha South. On motion of Ihnleli Shinn, Era. Col. O V II. .11. ...I ..!!...! .i. .?..:. an.Miininv. " ' - a vanuu titiim Vlinir. UI1U andtheeipcd . Jihn U'sl.ster mi l Jom-nh Shuford were an. iiiimeu c?ecreiarii's. J. M. Newson, tiring called upon hy I ho meeting, aroea and brii Hy staled the ulj'cl of the Hireling. Mr. S:oo then sugjjesled that, instead of appointing a G'uiiimiii.u to report business, it would aave time, if nny gentleman present would at onco present resolutions for the ac- lion in mo iineunj;; wneiciipnn Mr. utwii arose and offered t lie fulhr.nug: Whereas, tho continued agitation ofiha su1ijel of slavery, by reckless politicians and fMOMlii s of the Ninth, calls loudly upon the people of the South In l ike measures for the protection of their Conslutinnnl rights, we IJirtfrt-nco of opinion between the slave. holding no sea a'1" holding States, concerning the eonsti ""lional powrra ol legislation possessed by Congr.e. rt the subject of negro slsvery in Ilia Territories flht llailel iUalaa,snd further on account of fears ,, .res. d bv Ihs Southern males, mat I,. fuOir. time, aaaiime the right si nr. to abolish slavery in Ida Uiatrict of Columbia .j fimllr fcr soma claim of constitutional authority tteinpt to icgulela tie alive trad but wren Ilia Stitca, or to suppress tha inFtitntione of slavery with in lhaas Stite wharatlims iiiatituliona hava been ee. l.lil ihorf by l ; and. whereas, w hile., at indiriihiuls, w deeply regret Ihs eti'lenea of negro slavery any where within Ihs lirnite of our jlorioin eonfedcrary, nartilbaieaa. as silis of s Mala bound by Ihs eaniact ef Ihs eonathutinn, nude by our lalluri far ua, wears willing lo aelinnwtadja alt lha prorii wna and eompromiaea on tills and every Hher mil ler contained in thai sacred inatrumcnt, and era ready and ansiona to aid in ailtling Ihia agitatins nd danserooa snhjct forever, opnn a fair. just, ai.-l eonatllu'innal arrangem'nt bolween tha li ld ing and Bon .lavs Uldinf ftalear therefore be it. I. Retl'. II"! "S oeniocrawo no xnna 01 li.o ..i.'.nd eouinv sf rbilail-lphia in Ihia meeting aa Mnib!ed, in commoii wilh tha almoal ununonou. pea. la af ihs Stale, entertain s peionle sffu lion for lie Union. Thev cn never forget Ibjt lha Union, embodying lbs spirit and princicks f the grcal flfUfgla tor American independence, hud iia birth in tin bon of Ihia eneianl eily, tho capital of thia inelenl Commonwealth; and ly all tlie glorioua n emoriei of lha piM, by tha beit interact of the Prenl, and 'J Ihs rondel hnpea of tha future, liter srs boond in deep, lining, an I devoted it. ur.i n.ent lo this, ll.e noble and happy woik of its wier. virlnoue, and evsr lobs venerated authors. 9 fieerrd. That is Ilia opinion ofllua mcatin;. e mors apHi"g aifortuns could befall t'te wliolo auntrv. both tha free and Uva holding Ntat a. limn a aeparsiion fiom each other by a di.aoinlinn of Iho I'niea. whether in regard to their mat-rial proiper. jiy and wealth, their moral power, or the eecurttr nd pmpewal on of Iheir bberti.s. 3 imlreJ, 1 list, fa llteopinnm r.f this meeting re grea'er calamity linn the dmrnfjll of Hun result lie eld p-aaibljr befall mankind, a men, (nttit .a .... apr.,. io s...; . ,. M. o. .nr., ...M fc , f , f , S.llh,rn i ... r.ntiBue lo mil. and for the fill a re lo ini-reae . r " ' ' ,, .irengih and ii.fl ience aa lierlor0re, the pure. "'! ei!s among lho people of the Noilh eoble, and tiely mixion of oer cminiry mil he to cendeel lo Ibe enjoyment nf ita bleee'me, und r ro. pubhcai sraieos of govecnniaitl, ail Ihota natiana in the world lil for freedom. 4. Bttolrtd. That the constitution a! the United Mates T't'i in Congreta no power to make Iowa for Ihs paAple of tus I'errilnrtes arqmreil by or an. i.eed lo (he Union, but on y "le diapOM of air I make needful lu re and regulitiona reapectini; the lercitorr er other projieny l!oni-i j u the I'nilcd Mate. " S KtnlttJ. That, by villus of s natural and in tlienabie light of aelf government Die pe ipie of Hie Mini. 'I ert itnrira. when roSu.'es !!r Dr'ittiTrtl have U power af onking their own )a , and of uncuiirj them o far se tliey do not cni.riict with lha connilul on sod lawa ortliS IJnitrd titre, and Iharelore have e:ulvly Ibe right to prui.il.U ur ISew elavary in aucb Tiriiitoiica. 6. Rru'vd, That lite f ineiple of the Wilmol Plofiw is ol a haimleiia pa!iliral apecuUtinn or abitrarlion, cue l. if eiionenua, by i a alledj d pbil.Mt.vepie Intent, boi is the aims anricnt, ii.i. cralie, oerareieoa, sad peililenl pottlieil hereey. (v. er reaudiaied sad delteunesd by the tUmocralte par tr ot lha L'nion.J which recks, by nirana uf an im plies'iun of fower by Congre., frid t i!'y In iiiiiIt. mine M:i aeveieigntr. Cutrry legiaUlinn in the merrtive Htatrs, eensnlidale tie Union, and eetith. Kfh or Ilia iu aa af Hute rigiitaa centr il eovrein If. easily controlled or intiujrd by a lew at the ex. renae of the many. 7. Kei!ri4, 'Hint it it contrary to t!,e pitil In which the emi.ti'utinn of the I'm mo was framed, and by which shine H can be perpotualed. to abuliah hv act sf t o rriia the inalitution of a!4Vrr i'i lha VEttY SINGULAR. Some forty year since the family of Dr. Donormaiidie,- formerly of Atilebornugh, Bucks county, Pa., received a paper written a a language they did not understand. It wai thought nothing of except aa a mutter of curio.tty, sud remained among Ihe family paper! until Uttly, when it happened to be acen hy some peison who translated it, and behold I it proved to be a will leaving to the family an immense stnle. Dr. Denorman. die 1 1-ft three sons and perhaps other chil dren. Two of his sons went lo Kentucky about 1919, where one of ihem died; the other two, it is believed, are still living. They were worthy men, and many friends will irj nee to learn that tho long neglccled bequest may yet be realiied. Married, in thia county, on th 2Iat nil., by lho Rrv. It. II. LalTerty, Mr.S A M L'KL M. ULAIIt to Mi.. A. J Ql'KRY, both or tl.ia county. Aleo, on liie27ih nit.. Mr. W ILt.H VI WATFVa returned volunleor.lo .Miaa ELIZ KHK TH HALL. A lao, on t'- 2tStli nil , by the llev II B. Cunning ham. Mr. WAI. WALLACE and Alias J NE A. KEK.NS. In Ihia plare, on tie 25ih u't , of Whooping roagh, WILLIAM PRLS I ON', enn of Alesand.r fpriitja, ajjud II inuntha and 2D dire. Medical Notice. Rail-Road Stockholders. NOTICE is hereby given to the North-Carolina Sioek holder, in the Charlotte and South Car line. Rail Road Company, (bst payment af the 7ih, Bihand Sih inetalmenls of five dollars ssch per share, will be required as follows : the 7ih on the ISth day of March ; 8ib on the ISih day of April j sud the 3tbn the Ijtli day of May. fly order of Ihe B iard JOHN A. BRADLEY, Treaaorer. Feb.C. I8'i0. 12tf MEN WANTED Te Travel aa Agcula for the History of the Mexican War. grnlIE.ube.riber iannw publi.hing the IliHorynf "VIlItT2 infl TlflTI nIi i 34 the MEXICAN WAR.including Bi"granhi,:a elllU JLCIIIUC1 cllfe. tNoticc. xn H Pi lirderaigncd Commia.knera lo receive sub li, scripiioni of Slock io Ihe North Carolina Rail Koed Company, have nened Books for that purpose, at if) i fli-e of Jamea W. Osborne, Erq , where per. eona de.-iroti ol aiding in Ihe accomplulimcnl of tin. great work, can have the opportunity of nil soriling . DAVID PARKS. JOSEPH II. WILSON, . , JOHN A. YOUNG, JAME? W.OSBORNE. : " WILLIAM W. ELMS, v . W. f. DAVIDSON. Jmvrv IS. 1 850, 10if Sketches of the live of Generala Tar ion, Ecott, Wostii, Wool, Twigos, Piuei DS, sod several othera ' of the moat diatinrruiehed iBiccrs. illustrated wilh numerou furtraits snd fcngravinga, i A number of intelligent and enterprieing men of rood character arc offered orofilable omnlovment in j circulating by tubecriptinn the above work in Meck lenburg county, and o:htr counties in the Slate of XMortli l arolina. ! The lerma, which sre liberal, will be given on ap plication to the mhacribcr, poat pjid. This work will never be sold in the Rook Stnrcs, bul exclusively by Agents, at a reasonable snd uni form price. II. MANSFIELD, Book Publisher. 134 York Street, New Haven, Connect! :ut. RCA I THIS. o i)i rrL a io tiadi:: Prices the same as others!' THIIIE undereignod having purchased hiaold al i J -B. (ihcC'liarlot c Hotel which he kep' i r acveral year.) put il in perfect order with entire i e Mrt bcjt Ji.Tfavmra ia prepared to sccommudale his old friends ( rnra also) and thoie who called on him while k t o ing tl e AND March e. ie;o. M B.TAY LOP,, Secretary. si.- i r r ..... . -i - 1 ... p. .v...., y .o cou.i.y wnnnui Oialtnc - jrnun Wi.t.r Mndie.l Society , i hold It, An. Iin of parly, huve assembled logeiher In ex- Jl nual Meeting in C-oecird, at II o'clock. A M, preas i ur feeling, and to devist- meant to re. on Thursday. Ihe 2-jih of M irch, lojil. sit the aggressive policy piirmecl hv Ihnsa I Au Oration will I e dclivend and fQ era elected who seem lo en enain n fited dclerin niitinn ( fjr 'he T"" ??r",r," P A. , tif i'iiiiiii n;.'t ,ri aT-.ut- , no vutlf oruriH.CB 111 ! the Constitution,-therefore. I. feWrri, That the thrcalning apec( 1 the q ionium nf Slavery lins m'limed, ailniori- j ishes us to preprtte fur any emergency ihst j miv arive. 2. 'f.'rc(f, That a crisis his arrived when ihe S.)tll"iii people must u'lile and act j in their ow n defence il tliey wnutil cheri-h i and protect 1 do insti'utioni bequeathed lot the.n bv their ancestors. I 3- llrmtrt'l. TSat rvsnlutinns of tha Lg. Matures of Ihe Northern States em! rerent I riemnnsrr.'iMnr.r n Curigreae, lisie satisfied us ! Dissolution. Tn f.' Firm of Overman Sl Trotler wa this day illi, dlfclrsd by limitation. '('he Accounts and B mka sre is Ihe hinds of C. 1 Overman, who is author I'd lo make eittenient. ... C. OVRRMAN. . " "' ' J, TKO TTEI!. January I, 1800. IB. f Sharon Academy, milts South of Charlotte, .V Notice. Kdn Puh'ica'e refpeclfu'lj in'nrmed ilia' I have lal.en my own stand, where I intend cirrj inj on the all its various bianche. Having secured 7&W Yf wife .Msry E. Carnlhers left my bed end IYjS. hnnrd, on Ihe bin instant, without any known caute. This notice i. to forewarn any one irnm ere diting licr on my account, ag I am di terinined to pay no dtb'aof her contracting a Tier this date. And I fore arn all persons from haiboring her, as the law will be rig'irously enforced on all who may dii ro. J. K. CAROTHF.RS. January IS, 1S50. 3 r IJTlio Ynrkville Mic llany will insert the above 'hree lime, and forward account immediately lo this ofi ej (or payment. NEW TAILORING ESTAIJLISIIMEXT. fgHE 31 aeai-inn of this JL school will tomiiirnce on Monday, the 3J of Decern, bcr next. TrmvTS fer srssroir op 6 MOUTHS. ! Orthogrephe, Reading and Writing, S3 00 LngliHi Urarnn sr, Ocography, Arithmetic aid Rhetoric, Sii 00 All higher English Brunches, i'i 00 Greek, Latin and French, 12 AO Fur any number of !ys leu linn a month 10 cents fer day. The Academy i fa'-remnvrd t'rnm scenes of vice and dis-ijiatinn, the location beauiilul and healthy, and the mor.il charncler of the ncigl borhood such a to rernmmcnd itself lo all parent, and gusrdi ens. The unrfrrMgnrd would, Ihcrefore, rcapcclful'y ask a liberal pitrnnnge from thi., and adj lining vinini tiea. It j Il a r purpose, having the use ol a build ing suflicicntly large to arcnninWate some CO or 70 students, to make n .t only a good, bul a permanent chrol. S'udciis will be chtrgnd from the time of enlrring and no deduction madr, except in casts of protraclrd illnra". BJTGood Bearding can be b'ninf d i $6 per month T. M. KIRKPA'IRKK, Ptineip-il. H. C. ALEX N0ER, iifnt. November 10, 1619. 4lf n' "e' wnr, or rrpairin.;. thU not he tximntteil l.v sua fSWIH SIJ liSfl li 1 11 W S have this i C Nash-: leorl- dune in Ike South, either in point of nealnee--, ' JS- oy entered m:u a co-uartnoiaiiip, fur the nr- which he slwaya kerpson hand, such as Day Books, District of Co'tpnbis wttiinut tha a-suit .,f ihe po ; p,,ers 0ft!,a Stile bt rrn ti s'ed lo copy, iila Iher.of, and Ihn ou3ilt 'Iih Mjtea hn 0 re I ;' ' ill all its various blanches. Having secured the en. Slate of his i Confederacy. i s,ilh Pttinl d Trinilnillff Unomi miln 4. lerorcrf, I lint thrre is a manifest eg- i ihcir .kill, my own long experience in the business pedience tn Culling tngejilier tho aide men nf ; and al'i'.l ai:d caretul mpcrvi-ion, I hi pe lo mciit ll.e S Kith in ciirivciitirm. In delibcralo oil the ! tl,e eonfi lencs of all wlm may fetl disposed lo give ptoper course to I ru.sucd. j 'V6 ' ie'" " u"nr " "X ""'. ' r n i , .... , , 1 'ban thai all work done i-l mv simp, whether new J. f.rsir'rru, I uni wc npprnvn Snilhern Cnnveiittiin, to bo held at ville, Teni esare, nn the fi'tt MntiHav in Juno durability or dispatch, sud hold myaell" nsponii- j nse of carrvme rn in the TOWN ol Charlotts. the nei-; and tht we concur with Mecklenlmrjj, j b:c ,na tve; ,a,,,,re- in recommending tha appointment ef dele- j s-TALk WOIIK WARRANTED. jratos io said Omvention Irnm thia Congress-1 1 rerl exceedingly thankful fur the patronnge here- i.ii.il l),slricl,ai,tl ll.nl we pledge ourselves ! '"!'ore b"tr; re-pmlul y solicit . con. ' e . j tmuatioo of Ihe .sine. l. support the measures of lho proposed j Shop a few dm., .hove Ihe st.nd furme.ly occu. Southern Convcnti'io, I pied hy Overman .V Trotter, at the sign of H e 0. lietulrtil, I lint tho (..hmrmnn of Ihisj r Z'$r' meeiinp; appoint fifty dvlegnte In n'trnd lliej' i(VgJ Cunveniinn to bn held in Chailulle Tuesday I ..c.i.. XI....LI...-1 :.. . . ,.v.:,U. - .-.-COVJiaUAN ' ZLJ. . " I ' " ' ' ?' , 1 ,. Clur-'elte, March 8, ISiO. ., 14U .. I . neso-T'ir, I n n nil mc wn't ot mis' P.nt,..inn1 ll,.lril l,n ,enti.lf.fl In en. I operate in the measures necessary lo accum-j -j r ? f? iilish the nl ices eniilerrpliited. J lV J1'-.si H. iei)pcr, That ilie S -crelnriea of this j ,N ineetinc fnrward copies .f there proccedinr. ; CIiI I ItjKS TO.Y. 8. CttroUllU. in our Senators and Uepre-untativs in Cun- I j pre... rem.es.in, them to present thern to ('( & KKIUMSON .he two llr.us. S nfC n;reSs. , f. M(.rf;njnt, B,ho bo fef I !). ra.ip'i, I ha! the proceeding nf this CAS, or rn y ACCEPTANCES, that their in- eting he published i.l the Lincoln, Cllir- ! Slo( k Ihia Sailing will prove worlhv of special at- 1 lriil. and Kaleinh nanir: and that the other ; icmi.in. An cxaminatKu of the SI YLF.S and TRI- BOOK, 'BINDERY TUT PAPER MILL. TS II K suhacril er rcsprctliillv informslhe corning. JL ni'.y at large that he is carrying cn the above hnsiness in all Hs brancl.es and will thankfully re ceive all Jobs in that line, and rxecute the same in sny manner dcfired, cither in Calf, Sl. cp or Mnroe. ! co. whole or half binding, ir in biubnssed AIuhn, wilh full Gilt bn k. lr isalo enabled tn furnish Ourt Dutkols, or o'her IHank Books, a variety of r-. -i- rvTv S , . - t 1 ,-! .J 3 v r- ' . i 1 . I I - To all auch he fc I. pratrful, which feeling v. I be incrced, provided ihey s:y'k..rrJ. - .rjtxti when they nil C1URI.O TTE, on business or pleu. lure or pais through our fluurisliicg village. j. a Horn. Tetniary 4, 1850. If -8 Oranges, Figs and Le mons, JUST recrived and for sale by the sulccrih-r He also has nn hand and for sale, Candies, Tn . serves, Pkklea, &.c. T.J. HOLTON. CAROLINA JNN, fe r? Tailosiho Bcsiness in all its They prortiitve that the ir work bi1! be dune tas'e ful-y, wih Hp(i'rh ird icrr.riiirifif - THE LATEST STYLE. They will ie'eive I lie fashions rrgularly from the must tel. a, Me snurces, and he prepared tn auit lha taste of the moit fastidious. Hoping to dtseive, tliey snliiiil a ihapsof Ihe public pnlrensge. , dt'all at Srm.cs'B new evildi'O upper corner. irErAN- -CliailcUe Sept LV.li 1?19: tf.- 9 Lodgers, Memorandums, Conv, .Vc. tVc. A i.wats on hand A large stock uf Le'tcr, Fools ran and Piinting PATER. 0AI1 orders addrcsrd to him at L'.nr.olnton, will be prompily attended to. GEJ. MOSTELLER. Nov. 16.1MD. GOODS Tl. Final Notice. S ihsctiliersnn tho llnf November last, dis- poaed of their entire Sirrrk of Mrrchand zi to Ma. r. Spia t i Allison, who will ci.nlii.ue buiness al the a iiue place. It w our v. ish lo clnsc our out-landing business as soon as praciicable, and would earnes'Iy ask all per. snns iucViicd to come liirward nhr.ut delay and make payments, as indulgence may not be exoected Theta are nl-n inanv Arcnunts and No'as due V- CFS is riquestrd. ; n - t ms inaivi uatiy. wnien remain unpaia, same ; mm, iit .... . -..o- i Their Mni'k is NEW LARGE nnd WFf.L AS- ' '!,iifl -s"ri'ng- It la Hoped that those in arrcam .uuuiuu iu me rau.i mmi H"""";' DOCTOR YOURSELF I For 2.1 Cents! TSftY MEANS OF THE POCKET ESCULAPL CS.or, Every one his on n Phy sician ? twe.ntv r iurtii edi- 'inn, with upwards of a hun Ircd engravings, showing prt vale disecets in every shape and form, and maifi.rmutionf of I tie generative svsifin, PY WM. YOUNG, M D. The lime ha now arrived, Ilia' persona si.ft' ring from se cret disease, need no more become the victim or acA'KERV.aa by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or Ihe knovue tge ol tin moil liiiiinaie In , it CILSSZLaTTE, .V. f. TE'MIE above establUliment, situated i.n Main M. Sirer, third lot North cf I lie Public Pquarr, in the ti wn uf Charlntle, has been constantly kepi open by the present Prnpricloi, from the 1st ol January, l - IU lo the present lime, for Ihe accom modation of I lie Tub i: and w ill continue to be lept open for the san e purpose. The E-lublish ncnt hns be. n enlarged ord im proved to n vory cn sidcablc extent within the lust two yrors Ihe entire building is in compli.t,i rrpair and ia so constructed tlmt all the rooms have abundant light and cau be ventilated at plea sure. The Stables arc not m'oricr lo any belonginp lo any s;iiii'ar Estahliyhmc nt in Western Nor h Carolina ; and C3re will be taken that they shall always be supplied with abundance of good grain and provti.d rand aitendcd by faithful snd expe nenred llusllirs. The Subscriber will ure every exertion to giv" aalisfjciion to all who may patronize his IIoiit, and hesitate not lo ray lhat, from ten years' ex perience he will be able to keep up the accommo dation al the Carolina Inn, in a atyle not surpass cd hy any Public House in the inferior country and he takes this opportunity to return his cor dial respects tn a generous Public for past fovors and respectfully solicits a continuance of then' patronage end confidence. DROVERS can, at all limes, bo supplied wilh convenient and well enclosed lots, free of chargr, and furnished wilh grain at luw prices. 37" The Charlotte and Camden Stages arrive and depart Iri weekly. JENNINGS B. KERR. Oct. 18, 16. 51lf ed lbs liirif. for them of the government of the United MJtee 8. Itmicid. That ws call upon our Si.is leij l.iurs In rape. I .11 laws cm. tl, cling, witii that tec tins nf the con.lilulitm of lha l ulled .SUI. sinra- I .... ,. inn nf f,t m i I... .I.V.. if, at t tin mndm.ent.1 obligation binding npin every e.M ... I the process of resti.fait-.n, she wns shown an sf lbs LU.nn. snd lha law ! (Uintresa pisvd in ancient Copy of lho DlMe, liilely recovered e. try U into efletii, m.y no longer Im sgl nt defiance, j (,, ..Hsciir if v , and which wns til l ssmo A FINK OLD RELIC. , O i ttiO ccc.i-i in tif the CJ leet.'s Lite visit ' lo lilasgow, hnvini rxnressed a desire I . ace i lho calliedrul which hns tccentlv undernnne t SORTED; and Will be sold at llicir usual LOW ! 'ocumr ot ti e two enema, win mane prompt sti- j r""" ."" ' ' ' i -. lieuieii's, as ine ouiness mu.i oe ciasej. j.MiBnmiin .r.ui. A. H Mar in will nlway. be found at Ihe Store ' derangements which it would not be proper to enu- of S. rnt All sun, who is duly aulhor.lvd to rr.ake ; mc .ate n the public prin's. irices. F -t E. L KERHI-ON. 1MI OZTEHS ,y JOllBEltS, Nj.213 north west corner of Kmi Si. Mirkel sl.. anJ iba ng Uls of our a-Mtthain brelhren trunp'od un der foot. 9. Riulrel. Tint the eame political necesiiiy' shich r"trej Ihs foundation uf the Union, not-1 witbstaedng lbs txutencs of lbs inslitul on ufsla v.y .1 Iba Hum in nearly every filale, sii'.l di'iu .nd. Ihs eontinuines of lha L'niun, nntwii'.aMnilmg the . li.teni-. of jalavery in only ons half of the Males now ompoing it. 10. Urt!leil, I h.t the snln l.npe of the nrgro rs-s in lh Southern Sialiw, in respect lo the ev.'i.. tua! euisneipaJion from .l ive.y, rca',. upm a fiitli ful obaaivancs of the eondiimiie and eomprnm sea of lbs eona'iiution of Ihs L'mnn, snd that ll.e raek Iraa .chsni". and insa.ura. of the abolition and frea soil pari ia. (fad un.lin) ars directly calti.lnled to pa.patuala slavaiy o i this continent in its harahest form. 1 1. Ven'ni, That, in exijency lika t' pre. nt, every true d-moernt s ill fi'td the d.micrntic er-d - a. proclaimed at llaltunnre in 1 iH. sn,l u'l .1-r.lood for half a century the .ifel guidi and th. rural proloctmn ; and that it becomes evury .r ,i... t.i i !..:.... i r ... . H..,u t.i.i vi .tit. u . art. u'nuii. anil ill ttiw i . I'11' , . (inner wtio e auiniiiistratiuns thiil u-iion ims pros pared,' to avoid all.e.nii.eaian with men who cmPri bulad to eurdaf.at in LSH, and whn now invuke us to deaerl snr long e.tabli.hed and woil tried doc Irmee 13 Rttaltti, That the gillanl democracy who steed firm during Ihe dark and Lying period nf the paiiie ia Ib34. when Ins Hum! Uttered and the cur. nipt gsvs way, will not be easily deluded from tltatr goaj aid or.iid by the in .uhn.at.on. of men elevated into prominence by s ehivaliie piny, because llicir pewrr waa not parpstuated and their iiicun.iatuuey endor..d.r 13 Ktislud, That, in the opinion of this meet ing, tha subject of r.cgro shivery, in its hunting on the Union, does ad n.l of adjustment, and should he speedily .eittcd roaavta. on a fair, jut. and eune't lutional arrangsninul between the al.tvo holding and lien. slave holding Stales 1 1. Rfoltti, That ws rejoice at the votes ia the national ilouasof Kepr..o..tnlives laying tha Wil niot I'rovi.o upon the .abto, a. an appropriate dinpo aitian of a meaaurs which did so much lo procraail. nals the war with Mexico, and lo ambarraaa Ihe late illualrious administration, and which events have snftuientty proisd to be without any practical iin poii.nce, txavpt for niirnosca of irritation and in. salt; and we rejoice, also, that Messrs (itlmore, Mann, Hobbina, McLannhan, Kosa, snd Dimmick, il of the Sight d.mocrat from this State in Cun greae, voted to extinguish Ihs firebrand which has win prodiiativs of so much disaster snd dissension IS. Retched, That wa hsartily approvs and tin ,. durse tha sales of sueh af Ilia deuioeratia members fiom thi. cnuniy in Ihs legislature aa voted against ' the cousld. ration of certain abolition instructing i '.solutions, offered by a whig mamlwr from Craw ; ford, and lhat we earnestly Invoks them, and their ,, political sssoaiates In both branches, to adopt audi . .measures ss may ba worthy of the key that bind, the noble arch, and to resist all alternate ta five aid and ; comfort to tha agitators who would undermine thia , gloriou. fabiis effreedom. , ' 16 Ketohed, That we regard tha Union of tin Slates aa a blaaaing sf ineatimable value, among tha richest esstowsd by Gad upon man, and, ia tha Ian NEW SIS FIRM. Trotter & Wriston. rjlIIE Suhscribera have associated themselves lo JlL gell e', fr the purpise of conducting tha e22-?i& in all it. various branches. And thev wish it die. linetly iiudjrstond, that all NEW WORK and RE- PAIRING entrusted lo tliem, will be prumpllj and faithfully executed, j JT Tiie.y respectfully solicit s share of public pal ; ronaga. i UTAH Work WARRANTED at Dwight's old Maun, epposue mc aju. JO'IHTA TROTTER. M. L. W RlSl tiN. Feb. 12, It 50. i'if settlements- December 21, 1P49- V. W. ELMS 4. CO-4 Inch wes rhtitned ti thn d-sk nf the pulilic render, whence ho made known i;s revt-ln-tinna to rtn cnger an-1 excited nuilitnty, in time when the possession of it hy the com m ni people was prohihiled. Tliis ancient c ipv ol the S.-rip'tnes is in a a'aie uf eutitc pte.ervntiiin. It is omind in oak, and Ihe Uiinrds are tin inch thi W. li is printed in the old SiX'm rliararier, and each letter i nf nn enormous size. The weight of Iho whole nmnunls to ahmt twen. ly nine pinnda. Alnnj with lho Dibit) was shown to ller M 'j 'sly th! old sandglass which w.is wont to mi'aMjro tho lima during public worship. A POWER FC L COLT. The Knicketb'ii-ker tells thu following alo- r ol a niiiiioter unwn soutn wnu wnaapeaa- . ' . , . . r , . 1 a .a . iii n niiciiurso in uio -'entry i nriai iciiiiwra;iai;i iii.itH-:iii , . into J.'runletn when the m.ilttttidu cast thcirj ,We.i.Viil.utjro., N'. C, 10 wtia. noi'A of CharlAit. ijaiments in tun way and cut down branches s, p. vH AUVtiN,PKis:trit, I ..,.1 uira.-il lUm iii tha at.n T lit! nicnli. il.. 11 It CI' I Mil I A.M. f!rrTO. er IihiI emnuhow or other taken up the idea' '.??Jv"i THE clivcnth Pcs-ion of thi Insti. that all this was done with n malicious inlenl. 1 Viiution oimmeiited on the 3 id Monday "Ah my lj tends," he, "them wicked X in January last, under , .perinten. J. - . . ' Lt-'IlCe '1 HIC aww (;iiiiimiiii isu v,sjir Wt c .- ews were deinrmined to prevent llt en- d,t .dnilod -u (()cl us , rpare upj, for .dmis. trance of mir Savmur into Jnisiih'in ! I hey : ,.; ia t,e Junior Class in any of our Cllegca. Its thiew their gurments in the rond J they even j Inralion is a pleasant and healthy, a far removed went nnd cut down Irees and put 'em in tha ; from all causosof dissipation, as any in this section I - nil ln,l. nf ,,,,,,. .,,, no. I Ol ill" Claio. UMII tllfy I.H.W., ., ow.w u hindriinccs j but blessed bo Ood thtycoulUn I tlop (An coll ! Notice. fV LL persons are forewarned trading for a Note iCJ ot hand i;iven to Badgelt V King, for Seven Hundred and Twenty-Five Dollars, ated the 31st of October, 1 'Mil, and due about the l.tof January, WSU. As the properly for which said Note was giv en has proved unsound, 1 am determined not to pay it unless coiup: lied la do so by law. E. ELMS. December 17, 1541. it ILTAi y person sending twen-tt fivk cents en closed in a letter, will receive one enpy of this book, by mail, or five enpir. will be rent fur one dollar. Address, DR. W. YOUNG, No. 152 SPRUCE St., PHILADELPHIA." Postpaid. nrD!t.. YOUNG can be enns'illcd on any of the Disensea described in his d ffercnt publications, at his Office, K3 SPRUCE street, every day between 9 and 3 u clock, (Sundays excel led.) (Notice. PERSONS indebted tn R. M- ct R. C. Robtniion ars nulifi- d that the firm was dissolved on the IS 11 nf. September last. Persona interested will come fo.xaid and settle by l.'.e 1h' of January next. R. M. &. R. C. RUBIN-SON. Nov. C3. 1810. tU llcatoi'Hlioii V prt'scrvatiou of I lie SSY9L"HBa9 By "II. W IST. Sl SOX of Vlisinia. MEANS OF ARRESTING THE FATAL EF- FECTS OF CHLOKUrUXAl. An eminent Surcoii of France relates two cases in which lho inhalation of Chloroform, j proved nearly fatal. Hs however succeeded in reviving his pilieitls alter all ordinary means had failed, hy placing his motl'h upon theirs, and forcibly iiiMufll ilm the ttmgs by rapid niirntiiin and expiration. A medical practitioner in Paris, slates that in twu instan ces of approaching dissolution by tha inhala lion of Chloroform, he recalled life by thrus- ling two fingers deep into the throat, down lo the larynx andmiophaj.ua; auddon move ment of expiration followed, and recovery took place. Eliza Cook very truly says, that " to ap- preciale thn true value ol newspapeta, we have only lo suppose mat may were totally discontinued for a month." Why is the Houie of Representatives like a man wilh wooden leg? B ."cause it has j only one 'iior. Terms, Hoarding, including washing, fuel and lig'its, per uioiilli, . 5 and f 6 Tuition. Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, and Geography, per session of 5 months, $C Algebra, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Rhc lorte, Logic, iVr., Latin ami Greek Lmguagcs, Feb. 18, 1 MO. IJtf Notice tS HrVebv given li 'he North Carolina Stockhnld ere'tif the Charlotte and South Carolina Rail Ro;,d Campany, th it the Sih and bib inslaliner.ts, five el il;rs.iit the share, nf the stock of the said Com oanv will be required on the 1st of December and January next, and an earnest appeal is made to all cVfaii'Unf stockholders, to pay up their arrears, as the Company is large'y in debt to contracture, fiy order of Ue R isrd, JOHN A. liRADLEY, Treasurer. Nov. ID, 149. llsiJ Ltibui atory nf Tliompaouiaii Uolu mc -iii:i)iciiii:s. EPIIRAIJI LARRABEC, No. 24 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, lUl.TIUOBK. AS the largest Rjlnnic Establishment in tho United States, and has always on hand the mnsl complete assortment of pure B itanic Medicines, in bulk or put up In neat 1 and J lb. packages label led with directions suitable for retailing. Also, the various Tinctures snd essential Oila, with a full as. aorlmenl of Hotanic Medical Worke,Syrlnges, ic. Feb. 9,1 WO. U6 Fresh Garden Seed Almanacs for 1850, For sals by T. J. HOLTON Attorney for Proscrnt hi(j Claiaisat I he City of Wnsliinglou. r JM HE Sabsciibcr undertakes the collection, settle Ja. menl and adjustment of all m inner uf claims, acenunts or demands against the government of the I'nitrd States, or sny Foreign State or country : be lore Commissioners, before Congress, or before any ,; i of the fitiWid Departments at Washington. The .procuring of pn'cnts, Army and Novy Pen- sions, the collection of accounts against the Govern ment, all Land I laims, snd every demand or oiner business of whatever kind requiring the prompt and ctliecienl seiviccs of an Attorney or Agent. A residence of fourteen years at Ihs Seal of the Federal Gavernmrnl, wilh s Ihurough and familiar acquaintance wilh the various systems and routine of business at the different Otue, as well as in Con gress; added lo his free access lo the ablest legal advisers, if needed, justifies the undersigned in pledg ing the fullest satisfaction and the utmost dispatch lo i hose who may entrust their business to his cars. Reing well known to the greater port of thec'uiiens of this District, and to many gentlemen who have been members of Conaresa in ihe last twelvj yesre, it is deemed useless to extend this notice by special reference. Cumuiuuicalions must be prepaid in all esses. Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature and extent ot the buatness, but moderate in sit cases. Address, . II. C. SPALDING, WsshingtenD. C. I Nov. 30, 1813. iMf. CtXk'-Pcllj WISE & SON, Boding it altogether impossi- iVJ ble lo nltend personally to thn gre t number of daily application from all sceti. n ol ihe Union, fol their Rrinedy for Raldneis, and fur their celebrated HAIR TONIC, have found it neces-ary to appoint a Geneiol Tratrlling Agent, lo visit dirTjrcill cities and to'.vns tbroughnut the United S ates, vesting him v.ilh authority to appoint sub agents, use and vend the II ilr Tonic, and lo apply the RESTORATIVE, and In put them into the hands nf these he may ap point 1 1 rpsrate wherever a sufficient number uf pa tients ill anv town or neighborhood shall 1 e obtained. Capt. GEORGE CALVERT, ol Fauquier county, Va , is alone nuthonzad to act as General Travelling Asent, with the i oacis a hive indicated. Cap!. C. may be expected to visit, as speedily as practicable the principal cities ai.d town, of the I' nion. N. C. Copt. Calvert will always have on hand full supply nf ihe H AIR TONIC (hich cl.ianses the head of dandruff, strengthens and invigorates the hair, and prevents it, also, from falling ofT,) for the rer-ion of country most contiguous lo bis opera. tuns, or it may always be obtained, at wholesale, and forward'-d to any part nfthe Union, by address in the proprietors, M. WISE &. SON, Richmond, Va. trPrice S3 per d x n cash. Six bottles for 15 or one dollar single buttle. J ewelry ! Jewelry ! ! fffT HE Subscriber has returned from the North, M. and is now receiving and opening a RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF He has selected his stork with great caic, and has purchased a MORE EX PENSIVE ONE, llisu has ever befure been opened in thii place. A mong hi. variety will be found Gentlemen and Lndiet Gold and ass? iii A, oi'eer J.-ver and spine ff7-N. (ivld Chains and Keys, spectacles. Pistols, Razors, Walking Canes Penknives, Tea Trays, Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Perfumery; A XI) A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS. PLATED WARE, SOLID WARE, SILVER PLATED CASTORS and CANDLESTICKS, &c. etc. All of which he will dispose of on accommods tine terms. lU'Gold purchased. THOMAS TROTTER. Charlotte, Oct. 5, 1849. 49tf Medallion Fine Rrcisl Pins, " Ear Rings, " Finger Rings, " flrnee'ets,. " Hair Pins, Ladies Scissors, Coral Necklace, Thimbles, gj3 Notice. A I E persona in arrears for taxes, are called on by ifa thia uotiee to dis' harge a public duty which lin y owe In their country, themselves and n e, by making immediate payment. Especially would 1 claim the altmlion of tho-e persons owini; poll tux. T. N. ALEX AN DER, SlttV. December 1, lb-19. 4-w. N. B. I doul like to trouble s clever fellow for a poll tax, and the man that pays without a dun is al : i -p sj . w.y.oiever, x. as. .s . jjNotice IS hereby given to those Stockholders of the Char lotte and South Carolina Rail Road, who sre in arrears, lhat longer indulgence cannot be given. Hulla will be instituted against all now in arreara on tha loth of December. JOHN A. BRADLEY, Treasurer of ihs Boaid. Nov. 30, 181S. 1,5 JOB PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED al this Office. Paper, Type, Presses, &e. rsnflE subscriber AGENTof JNO. T.WHITE, JL Titpe Founder, ond of R. HOE & CO. Print ing- J'rrss Maker is prepared to sell overy ar. tide in inc I'rilllllis Lille at Mew York prices and has constantly on hand a large stock of Printing materials of all kinds. Printing Cfkices furnished complete on same terms as in New York. Also, Just received and for sale at the httazit jiricej 2500 reams of Cap, Letter, Coaimercie t Folio Post PAFER, American, French, En glish Blue Laid. 3000 reams of PRINTING PAPER of all kinc'a and sizes. Also, Book Paper, medium and double medium. 500 reams of assortcdjmcdium glazed and plain, Envelope of best kinds, and Wrapping Paper. a i so, BLANK. CARDS, Printers, India, Satin Surface Enamelled and co' crtd. Also, thick Cards for Rail Road Tickets. ALSO. Printing Inks of all kinds. The subscriber is also Agent for Paper MilN and can supply Printing and Writing Paper of all -iinii al lowest prices. JOSfcl'H WALkbK, 101 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. Nov. 9. 2-tf For Camden and all the interme diate landings on the river. QTEtHE new Steamer RO ik BERT MARTIN.buiit, expressly for the navigation ol ll.e Saiuee and W ateree rivers, to be command ed by Capt. W. M. Lubbock, will be ready to re ceive Freight on or about lha 8th inst., and will leave wilh despatch. Shippers ol goods may re ly upon receiving them wilb as little dslay as by any other conveyance, and al as equally a low a rate of Freight. The Boat has been so construct ed, that with the assistance of her Lighter, she can run st almost any stage of ths rivers. Her cabiaa have bean handsomely filled up for tha ac commodation of Passengers, and aa pains will be spared to render satisfaction to alt whs may favor bar with their patronage. For Freight engagements, or Pssssge, apply to STARK &. WALTER. Ag.nts, Bovca St Co', wharf Charleston. P. F. VILLEPIGUK - SON. Agents, Camdea. i KoV 9, 18. t-lm.