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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1S50.
rr WILLIAM THOMPSON. Fq., is out a- gent ia Baltimore, authorised to obtain i!vertil menta tad subscription., and to grant roceipls. J ETE. W. CARR. F.jo.. it our agent in rinltdel. p!.;.. .n'.horixed to obtain adv.rtiscjment. and pro. core subscription. iiorlli and the Soulli. The disposition al tho South is to geceral 10 f blame the North for every thing lhal 11 in iimcal loher interest, that many do not alop repreeentativa of Maine at Georgia. Aoe m my judgment, aona ol tnosa nujeciiooe would have bean removed by the division ej the Stale. If I had been Northern roao and detired lo vole with reference to tecu al advantage, I would have accepted the pro- poaitioo to divide California, witU the conn dent execution of getting two noo alavehold ins States instead of one. In my opinion, me gentleman is indebted to ibe Tolly ol his op ponents for his eecape from this result. In let. than five years this demand will be made, it wi'l be granted, and it ia more lhan proba ble that then the gentleman and bis present opponents will change aides. I he gentle man can makencihirg by pressing this Cali fornia issue upon me. 1 have met it bvfuie met ii in a more authori'ative shape than he can present it. The Legislalui. of Georgia presented it to me in February last, and, 1 freely admit it, with more decision lhan cour- tesy. 1 am now toiu on an suica inai u.uc gia has spoken upon this point. I deny it. Men who betrayed her confidence have spo ken for her: her pride, her spirit, her cour. age, have been appealed to, to maintain the false position in Inch her enemies have plac. ad ear. She will speak for herself: that voice will have no terrors for me. Let those who have attempted to complicate her honor "hear and tremble." The gentleman has a'luded to the resolutions passed at a recent From lie National Intelligencer. MINISTER OF THE UNITED STATES IN f e have received from a friend abro he following copy of correspondence a an al 1 Is it rossibie : iVa laarn from the Florida Remjbics i r that Mai. John L. Beard, one of lha candi datea for Congress in Florida, recently amen ded a public barbecue in Duval County. la . . J .... 1.. 1.....II 'J. the course ol me puouc ucue.o, no dwuiv u- r .. aounced the Compromise measures ber.rej pleasure iu placing before our readers. CoPTess. Upon being a.-.ked lo an.wercat- rais, June 29. 1850. From . iVen'eaol Intelligencer. THE TWO EXTREMES. Wa said, before the passage by the Hoi of Representatives of lha Compromise avia. that betweeu ihe two .xtrem. ol opinion in the several American citizens at that 1 the North and the South lay. in our judg ECISIONS OF TUE SUfREMB COUBT, Ki rn C. J. II S. Downs Ex. v Birr and Ba. ker. from Ash. ; judg'mt erTn.d. Daa oo demise of Jua Brooks vs B. Rateliff front Buacoinbe: iudg'int revsraad, vardiet reinstated, and judgml stobt. Poetsn vs Moot. Henry, from Kuaeomkst iudgm't rovarMd and voniro do novo. Turner e D-...l. 1.4 C.lihar. from lrsd.ll : iuda-.n'l r. X' - !..-. 9mk in Pans, and the Minister 1 nnl. the path of true fAiity in rf?",d vera.daiid venirs da novo. Mitchell at el w Dobaon ,dlv de-1 of the United Slates in Spain, which we have ,h. lately much-vexed questions. 1 he M- ( . S"" ow inz rhapsodies, wnicn wo .yj ...... i . , - - - --, ... L lb. earnest to b. f. und in th. cp. - -J-jV 1 nnaita nuarters of the country in which they j . Mow, are lesoeciiveW printed though extreme Brank. from Buncombe, in equity ; bill diair enouoii-leovo lit tto room for doubt l-at ' witk e..ls. Meroei iF.ii vs T. J. fcdwd. enougu icueu u" . ri...k. yn1 raverard and venire aeorically, whether he preferred riuunkm to Dtaei. a .eTe ".; - r -- ' -T . ! ..... i f II, aroaa oault which We lately otlored the pataage of these meusuies 1 he answared ! lo you ty N,4tl at ihe bouee of the Minuter of enou U ka Irna&riL Hjl iA.llka.in .UauriO. II W imwm ..... : ... annriU mil Wilkes : bill diiiniaaed at plain.; Foster vs Woodfin, from Baacombei'. Young vs B.we ana Cray, from and iudem't aecordiug to rerdicl .: Moeoe Edoarda and others vs Rice and ' bill iiamiferd in the affirmative. Bean) for a long series of years, and regret he openly unfurls iT.eVtack fluj. Although we dislike his position, e he haila from the old North State, .opeihe people of Flori da will teach him a lessor that be will not soon forget. Tell him by J heir votes that they cannot countenance a diunionist. ou anpioachtd bim at a li'ge party lo salute him, be had ine auoacuy id ipa m ! of Amend aa nation which harbors pirates and encounged public fclonite. and, in a very luud toiie, lo give thai rearon lor reiueing 10 i alulatien of her representative. The account doea not stale whether lbs words wars spoken in our slurry ot Couvfn j hero t pspes .l.nik.. tliat a-linn i k realK' 1 I f f W . .... ...ntql ' nf thn Smith - lli 7AIUIHK I ' . -" " " . IIICCIIHK VI III. w in w ... i .... . w. I J' .1.-. .1 . Wanw or not. vie notice that many et our cotemporaries in speaking of the passage of the Texas boundary bill, charge ita pasta ge noon the "unscrupulous majority " of Ihe With an express understanding that there was no obligation to do so, I have neverthe less voted lo sustnin each and every one of its resolve. But I did not, and neither ha the meeting, made a' or either of them an Reform Convent. Virginia. In this Stale Democrats bava been elected to t lion lo amend her Constitution 73 Democrats and 07 Whis. state that many of the Delegates vWenot voted fur on strictly party groundsA That may be the case as respects the White; but we warrant li e Democrats kept an eV; to wards getting a niajori'y. , Maryland. In this Slate the mis hive elected a mij rity to a Convention to amend the State Constitution. It is to n el on the first Monday in November 019. v Th et at a" ' Irnm I lltrtlM i 1UOEOI I aim vemia ui ua. COSCRESS has in reality, Ml lis rem. ... - pjB b Jf o.baon vaF. W.!kw, found and folluwed the path btlvttn the lo . ffom Rowl . jUlmi IUVerwd and venirs da aore. Frem lit Albany ('') Journal, Septtmbtr 9. J Doe on drmieeof Lyerly vs Wheeler, from Kowan j . ci -fOVt iudem't reversed end venire de novo. ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR SLA fcRY ! P' yy c. Walters and wifs vs Sm. Freedom's Banner traila in the dust at foln y, ilkes i judgiu'l reversed and venire d b.vo. Washington I language, so that you could understate mem in uium ,, Twenty ikat jou n.u. ...7 i-J'T ; , a -, h j .1 I a - f I U aa k ma a? ! s n fs in IT f P . By Una outrage, if the statement t true, great as century, uy aBiuui iu.....w..v...,.., Slavery haa achieved another j Maxwell vs Miller, from Mecklenburg ; judgoi'i 1(v.five thousand square miles .ev.raed. K "-ory v. W. . J. Wil... from o. 1 7. . . , . i. ir r l . in... 'loot luiiguri rTcie. i'ilim. " ..v., ,iwn ol rrra Sill has, in me issi nui oi mo slaiii v ; nor does H ssy whaleTrr, . ' .,- . : t. . - I , i J Cl...... I X nrt amid lha the pcreonai anroni, a griec m i mm purrcnuoiru iu j .rlVrcd to our country, which will no doubt, in thai l- 0f newlv forced fellers we hear the nt criai. between the L'n.t.d Males ana spam, -,. ,lf .,t!(a,;0n I Yes. Northern Inn itilleil Aabe; judgm'l revereed. Brown vs Brown, Epii. le from Koaan : decree for PlauititT. Tl s Court siljuurnsd en the U8ih ulL Vad lo Ihe extreme ronsrn'icncre wiiicn 11 m"j i ..... , h" . ll thl ? .-j.ct of li.a 3p.n..h Trim. M,n,...r throa.a are hoarse with r-jo.cir,. at the vie ia uroiuke. Wohave the otuioel eonnuence in your tort onisnieo oy oiaTi rj ui I . . . .t .. l J -K-:-l j r. ...i . ' I ....i.i i.i... Bvt. Biig. uenl. Riley, U. Army, haa arrived in this city, and taken lodgings at Drown s Hotel. 1 his gallant ( fheer has jint I)f Of Ua Da v uv e ' rj ' J 4 r . . - - ar at ,.on.lina to both the personal and official d.ffioul ' r ih ih.i .., aeeni'inir ancel would blot out . rtiirui-d fiom California, .'not in as nod ii. s ol thie charaoteiittic breach of courtesy. sndihB difiraicerul record, that our posterity heaUh, we regret to see, as a hen he lell oa Zk "P""d he mortification of blushingi,, Ml8i) shv.sh. wa. charged ai.h del,, .n our Lower to avoid a rupture of all relations at the degeneracy of their 1' libera I cate and most arduous duties, bolh Civil and Froi 10. .military; and, judging from the tokens if" his fellow ci'izeua in the how Hiate of From our de.palchea at will be teen lhai ! Califurnn, hie administration ol anaira in the hill fr the Admi.or.r Ceiilomia tme .n.. B..- , firebiand of the Union) paafksd the Hoove on .; to ihe good pnt.pl. of that Slate. On lax Tl... I i;..J linnniuiillllll. OOWII ill mine i ui.i ............ wn . ... j North. Well, is the North really chargeable ultimatum, rrnm the hrsi day ol tins ses ,ti.ll.e passage of ibis bill! I answering '" this hour, I have had but one ultima T W I Thai eatraea Isiitti A ! CI I -1 A I 1 f Itl hv I ll this question we give lha following "-l ! Kres's igain.t our property. Against that, I frou some remarks made by Mr. Toombs, , na,e oeeni now mm Bn(i ,ha ever be ready of Ueorgia, in the House of Representatives,! to fight. No man ia more rrjiiced than I ia rraly to Mr.'Seddon, of Va. am that thia alternative is not presenled to ' r ,w m k. ih. Kill. Wkil I haea ronredad .. m, LI. .1 - ' Ia .I.m. 1 . . J . . . . , I l ne nono.soio s..,...-u P m lnMB bin, on,y wns, lhe nonnraote gen ! , d , Sciiat. 0 h Clh in,anl y , V,:. ..n.niii to ill, i hill not a6 much umn .i c. i. ..... a . i.... r... . 1 I ma i nrmaii a iricnua iu iiir uuiii i.a.o . a to place much upon ita own defects aa upon the aasumed fact that a exnes of measures opia kindred subjects, in hie judgment highly injurious and distaste ful lo the South, have beoa forced vpon ker by lhe North. I deny that the facta warrant the assumption. Without aow inquiring in to the merits of the measures referred to, I assert that lha leading one of those measurea was forced upon that gentleman and his friends not by the North but by the South, and not only by the Sou.h, but by his own State. The North, by a majority ot twelve, voted against lha Texan boundary and .New Next can territorial bill. 1 he &sutn, ny a majur itr of iwentv-lhree. sustained the bill. 1 h was the free ludjmsnt of her own sons th v the rpe'Jf :i -luestion did not compromil oar bo:rt -. r.-M nh's. or her safety. V ir- gini vird oighl for to six against lha -bill. Therefore a majority not only of lha Soorh, but of Ilia geutleman'a own State, "forced"? this measure upon him. The remark of the j gentleman can only be justified on the as j sumption that he and his associates aK.r ' are the " SoulA," and that nearly two thiru of Ihe representatives of the sUveholding Siatca in this House do not reded the opinions or inair.'.ain the interests of their constituen's. We yum issue w.'h lhe honorable gentleman, and are ready lo "put ourselves, upon the country.' " There, let lhe People resd that ibe Repre sentativesof the South and not those of the North passed the Texas boundary bill. They believed that the measure did not "enmprc rnil her -,nnor, her rights, or her safely," and we may add, will give peace an'i quel ! ilie country, the prediction of ihe anaiurs lo the contrary notwithstanding. We ktlieve more firmly now than ever that tins Union run nrrer be dittohrd. Wa are su linked to gether by natuial causes that it is a mairrr impossible. Providence never intended that this asylum of the oppressed cif all clirues Abolishing the Slave Trade The bill for abolishing the Slave Tradl the District of Columbia has become a two years generally held was not only unne cessary, but almost treasonable to demand. I have not conceded il to then. I have con ceded it to the pulilic will, lo the pace and tranquillity of the republic, trusting that if future events shall prove that thoso w o dif fared from me aro wronj, a sense of nation al justice, purified by the fiery ordeal through which we have passed, will vindicate the right and do justice lo my country." vole of 33 lo 19. It passed the House on he 17th, without discussion by the decisive vile of 121 Iu 47. I - V . . 1 r- .. . 1 - k.h 1.. ti..H t.an lemnnrar.lv rhamfii ll. you will' iiigiua and displevrd lithtsaa iora grvo. , - --r - w --- - - I ,,, . Well, it is a victory over law and th veteran ...Id.er received from Ihe Legi.ls. -.-.........nl. ..norvover iuMice and all ' lure, in lhe name of the People, a goldU.x, hicbu , . l: .k. n,;.,nrii v. 1 beautifully wrought, and of much value, as ' !TM, " "T" Tu lw'J t.,n,.,iarif the kilfh ftSKCl e.i.rr. Jenny Lind. The second concert of Miss Lind took place a'. New York, on Friday night, the 13th instant. Seven thousand persons at tended. She gave the fullest satisfaction. She ia only to give four mora Concerts in New York b fore she leaves for Boston. No moie tickets are lo be sold at auction. The scats hereafter are to be valued accor ding to location, from 'i to $10. Admit tanre will be ob'ained fur (1, but do seal ee- T The Hon. Henry Nes, a representa tive from the 15th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, died al Washington City, on the 10th instant. His death was comimili cated to both Houses of Congress on the 13 b instant when after the adoption of appriimi ate resolutions, both Houses ai'journed. sw.a a ana t ..aa MR. RIIETPS REMEDY We make the fulloviirg extract from ibe correspondence of (he Charleston Mercuiy, giving an account nf a speech recently de livered by Mr. Khett, at Walterburough) S. C. Mr. Rhetl raid : " We must secede, &ulh Carolina in vour power to avoid a rupture ol all relations at ma orgmioracj illi tlie Spanish Court. In what concerns you ae ; yftm l))t (;nar,,, (X)em ) .Vrrcury, a man, tl.re ie not the shadow ol a doubt that you ( CONGRESS. till rewni lo i no uurinwi n. . . ... ...... i.ffiL-or of that decayed but erroga.il Uovernmsnt. ; We have no right, in lhl reepect, to advise sou, hut we do assure you of our warmest sympathy en the subject ; wl ich ia one in which our public will ha n.o.l aniious to do vou iuatice. If we can now rla of any seivice to you. here or eleuwbere, plraie lo coinmano our sarvicea. Al Madrid there aro very few American Ia rnrnii.li VOU with thut united support Driioer aetaccn all pirlies who have received ...It. For that rcaeoa ehietly we have wr.lt.a in.., s. ... UK . ... , klm , m,n. .nd inDfo,n f hl. I.tier. fn-l to let yon know forihmth Ihe tt.cl ot ; n,tin uecomea a mere noiae oi ana.nn... ... v ... il,.o.;.r.q.onu,..ndn.do,,Unp.n.irtl,.Am.r !,,,,.,,, of ,))0 LSecu'tve over Congress, service, a. an ofiicer. rbe loacnptlon .. .cans at Pane ; and second to ...ure you thai at . f f ali)ior, 0,er U De- , ai.up'e, but expressive or the good feelings home iheie will be a moat coid.al rea....,se lo that , . -.,... The buruin- of Iheriliaens: "Pianented to Ojvero.r l,n. of energy conduct lo.ard. ibeonder which p.Mmen'. of the e'" ' with wlaS C ou IMey. U.C- G.-neml ,n th. A.mv.by lha Ins brutality demands. I he tiuio has come fur A- j of powder O.ay Bot atop With ashlngtOU , oy , P . . Mf.,.,1, r. lo euforce tho a.il.in.ird ro.pect ! ;,... talllori.ia. .lor. nrrl.r . .i d e - .k.la Vlnaitr la th tfsarv ' mm : ! 'Ma. h., vx of thk ameiu u-. ... ...,.ifll.. ro,.r fellow-citiisns. . "... . .. r, .. . . . AM f LAO. W. A. CORKY, of Cincinnati. B. M. GRAHAM, of I.w Orle.ns. JXO. CAUUiylS, of New York. Hon. D. M. HieaiX'ir.a, .Larrireii Afiaufcr le Spain. MaoaiD, July 6. IH.'.O You bars my a.ncere thanks for Jfvf k Washington correspondent of lha4E ABjhtmore Clipper relatoa Ihe Mlowing t j fiftl ww ,bi AlIier;Ci0 J-;,. "I muet here give you an anecdote, thai. at quarantine, illutirales the character of the principal edi- ijn(J p,,j , homage by kissing her hsnd lor f ihe SouiArra irfis. When tho lodg. , lt ti ,(, fervor of a child, and ex era in the iVa(ioao llottl began lo illumi- :c,i,ning : 'There is tl.o Isautiful stsnilsrd iiaie their rooms, last Saturday night, in hon- 1 0r f,f dni, which is worshipped by lha op. or of ibe aalvation'of Ihe Union and he j rwa ..f.u nations !'" aill faEXTl CHKX : tl,. ganeroo. oti.r. and in. warm ' "''" ' ' I Sl,uth, from the horrors oi civil wsr and die- iarnurn must have senl her one of our 4 h r.ns. June 2-ih, which I h.v. ju.l received. union, Mr. Fisher is. sid lo have rrmonatra- lf JUT or.l..i's speeches In study on her aay I am happy lo say to you, however, that therajied with the proprietor or manager of lha : J,err, That atandard of freedom, worship ia not the . .gt.tcai lound.lion for ll.a aiattmeni on : establishment, who, very pioperly, refuted ! j (, lhi oppiessed of all nations, is a re areounl of wuidi your friendly rv.ccs sr. prof, i o iierff(i j(J ,,. .. ,it leave j k,by ,( i,00i,hii.B original fend. I . . a. : i .t .u:. :il...i..,... Iu. . ' tt ' " " Th. pnLl.cat.on in the London "Sun," hicl. jour nou-e .......my. " . - - ...a, r: .i.n,..i r ih. ar.ih uti. i.d al. ! n .1 i in mediately aiointd. "louaie al lar. luded lo by yu. is tntinly faltt in evi-ry pariicu j Ijher'y to leave it when you plense waa the quiet reply ; ar.il, I uodeistanu, tneaiore. said editor wos as good as his word. If he and his co workers in treason and iniquity would leave ihe Union, because of us rejoic mi; on this occasion, il would bi a happy rid dance of a pestiferous club of enemies to Ihe No persons! insult of any kind ha ever taken place or been etrVrid lo me or iliroujh me lo our country, by lieucial Narva. a. or ar.y other person. lead ff, Georgia will po with her, .Vabwa ' ' ll" ''')en" "f P"n """ ' r ii I r ?. , i i whert. ln tt'O conlrry, in sll lha intercourse. .ill sojo follow, anJ Missnsippi will nol be j ' or oSlcltl ..,,.,, i , , h,j wi,(, ,h. Innrr lanhinn hnr lir aVia ita raa-.t nil f-.ni k.ai i . . . i. - i. , kus mni has some heart and soul." and this will be 1 eou.tro.is and reapedful. You do n.e non.or. lhan , country and its institutions, Jl cured. She received for the first night over but the begtnnng ; within cigh'een months 'justice in aawrung thai if such an ind g.my or ary , . r ... . . ...t.lwa in ilia ua anna ini'h kithtu ...il v..... . . ' VilO.UUU, a part ol wnicn sue nas given m ine . - - ; """"i rlf I would have Men nioel prompt 1 I niAia lae Inal awa aa. tat all at w I a a. .1 nits hn Ju.. 1 . . ! . kaeeteiWU aiTltiv.i raw aVI V- flUwios viz : Fire Department Furifl, to rtswnl it wU'tj liny wern a I imiie I1QI1 llloi WO mill CUt'IlU UUr U'rlaV(t 1 si - fc- .--. w m-u ''- ' " I we wilt have ew Mexico, L tatl ind CaUfor 1 ju not only to invtn-li but to tbt (Jovurnu.enl 1 r.p nia. Utah a're hriy hn alavea, we will martk feent, $3000 into California and will atk them if they will tt....: . L" c. ....... v(t)tt hata slaves and her nfton a will answer Av I. Ulltai I Ui.u nin.ir.j, ' ' ' - I I - -.- . j . Hi me for tho Friendiesa, 5t'l) e will have alaves, and what of Mexic, Society for the Reliefnf Indigent Ft mules 500; why, when we are ready for them and her Dramatic Fund Association, 5n0 people are fitted to come among us we wll Home for ColmeJ aed Prsons, o'O lake her loo, or as much af her as we wait, Colored Or; h in A ylum, &t)0 we will form a most glorious Rei ublic.'mne Lyiriu in Alufl for l)--sliiiite Females, 0U0 gl.inout than the Ancient Republic of Rorse, New Ymk Orphan Alum, 500' which lasted seven hundred years, and lad Roman Catholic Half O plian A'yltim, 500 similar institutions lo our own." Protestant Ila'f Orphan Aiyluin, 500' ' Old Ladies' Alum, 500 f As soon as thia false and i.fTnuTe publication a p. THE MNDOMAMA. Thisdiseaaa, wh.ch waa recently brought our shores in tne steamer Atiai.nc ny ... i was it not qiiaianuneu i is eprcftuing in .ew York with tern lie ma'icnily, and threatena This confirms the report of her gr. at lib erality. It is slated that she intend tu de. should be marred by Ihe machinations of evil j vote a large portion of the proceeds of her 'jdisDosed men. Men jieskls oo agitstion whose existence de- a 0 eor;'ia. From iolelligence contained in our exchan ges, we regret to hear thit (icoria, by the action of the Goveruor, is likvly to be placed in rather an unenviable situation. The last Legislature of that State passed a resolution declaring Ibat should Congiess piss a law Tilsgrsphod for the Baltimore Sun. NAVALOUDr'.RS VKSSEL IT IT1NG JT tlO.COO! -RUMORED CUBA IN VAHION, &e. Wasiiingtos, Sept. 12. Oiders have b'-en issued to several N.vy Van's, to have certain vessels of war filed out ready for ten upon the slmrleiit notici. At our Yaul, the work on the Vixen snd pearrd in .Madrid it was promptly sod positively ; to invade and overwhelm the whole country. toninJicted l y the (iovernmeni pap'ir here, Kl , Unlike mo.l o her epidemics, il seems lo have llcnldo." ol i ily 2 ; a cop, of which d.n.al. w.ih ,p9re(j ume, t,e, nd to have eeiz-d its foundation, I herewith encloo to you. I may ' . . ,. , . .1.0 b. allowed to say. m .hi. e.nn.1.00. thai I ,l" mlJ !I ni urP"- ". have received froii. General Narvatz a nolo, 1.1 which poverty and squalidness have proved a charm he denounces the publication referred to ae a " ma. aumnst peililence, and while the "lower Ihcioua fahrication." and a calunu.y whiih i.ijurea ,en f v;ew York hold on to wha'ever of h.e character ana ni. proie.p.e. o, propr.e.y. ex., fc h, becn eiIJ.ed wilh b) preH.nr at tho same lima hi. warmeat ngards and .. . , . respect for n.yaelf. i .Nature, all above them seem lo have gone Repealing my thanks forth, interrnl yon tak. sIBik mad. The symptoms and prrgrest of in my personal wclfaie, as well as for Ibe drrniion (i,e r..'ilnl y are exceedingly unifo.m. The you owniftal to our common eounliy m a foreign j vic(1n ,lr sken wh , h,,jn. 0f Jon. land, I sm, with much reapnet, gentlemen, your lei. ,. . , . . . j llj HI..- n.... . .... .... V ! until lhe mouth becomes arid and parched to Conceits lo Ihe establishment of a system of Free Schools in Sweden and Norway. In j Water W'i'ch, will be vigoiously prosecucd low citizen sod obedi.ul aervani. I). M. BARRINGER. To Mesera. W M. Tossy, ol Cincinnati. It. M CiaaMAM, of New Orleans. J. Hi Caucni u, of New York. Tramlalion of the rlrninl rrerrtd It in Ike prece. 1 dint; l.rlitr. II Iltraldt, of Madrid, July 2.1, afler copying: addition to the above she has distribu'rd $'- 500 in priva.e charitioa since her arrival. Such a woman deserves the encouragement of the public. Conduct of Southern Men. The Richmond W hig publishes a letter from Ws'hington, which it says, is from the wind ? for it is ceitain ihe whole of the 'fx- admitting as States Californiaand New Mex- pen of a gentleman of character and intelli- d iae dituculty is .cttUU. sorb an extent that the whistling is stopped j When this lakes p'ace, the patient ru.h a lo ! a ll.ir R'inin and rails for a Jenny Lind Cck ,'I'ail, with which he moistens his mouth, and ! forthwith goes to whittling Jenny Lind tunes ngun. This ilry ng and moiateping procesa , is repeated until I lea Lock-Tails begin to op ..... . lltnn ll.a n C. ... t. r . m n. .. .... I.. ' We are able lo rontradict, in the mot cnnclu 1 '. . . .. . ",, .h. .1 a ... ...i.i. .k. r....re ennsidercd as lot. He ruvhes lo a II..I " , ; . j ing pamgrapli ha. reproduced. 'H ern is m t now, Store and buys a Jenny Lind hat, and then UllAfS IN Illh WIND. j nor lias Ihere been, either g'fht or sm ill, any thing lo a Clothing Ilaziar, at which he Cal's loud. The Aberdeen (Miss ) Di-riKecral says ith f ibe kind. And in ngard 10 tho ali.gd scene y (, a Jenny Lind roal, a pair of Jenny much confi.lenco that it is the inlentiol o repreaenuii,, ol the Ln.ttd Mate... in or Li(, . .d , j,.nnv r.,. thir, ... It is supposed thul these instruction hate j t'te artii l. from Galignani, ss taken from the fuu reference In .ecent rumors of another erne- 1 ' 'o"."n, s.j.: diliou tu Cuba. K phrase. SEBI018 ILLNESS OF OKU. IIOU3TO.V. General Sam Houston, of Texss, (saya the Baltimore Sun of yesterday) was taken seri ously ill un Fr.Jay evening, wilh cholera mnrl.ua. I here was but a shght change in his symptoms on S.turday morning anil his friends are very anxious about him. A subscriber from Georgia discontinues his paper because wa ara " loo much attach .4 Ua."-.i curious rraaon fur an Ameiican In assign. Tho man who alr.kes his name from our list because we are Union. i.t atamps opon hi. own fcreSaad the biand f Dituntomtl. He i right in this: that such a politician could scarcely pn fit by any thing which he might find in our columns. Wo'hingtoH I'nion. BALLOON ACF.Nfl.JN-SNOW STORM. On Saiirrday ad.n.oon (ss ihe Baltimore Clipper) J .aliun I'uwt asrondtd wilh a bal loon from Rnadirg, IV lis stalled at h f pent four o'clock, and deacemled at Hadding ton, a few miles weal of lha Schujlkill river about ha'f pirt seven. IU says that during his voyage, and when al an altitude of twit milee, he was overtaken in a annw storm, and what was strange In him, and will phaps be an in every sxxljr, waa lha fact that Ibe annw llike ascended. the Governor of Miisiaa'pui tu call the legis lature together foilhwilh. Wbit'i 111 ibe 2121 ... Minted, in IK iw ennnly, ow the 4 h inaianl. at DaiiMl llayi, by II Irwin. Ka1., Mr HE I LK Till t'KH la Mnm MARY Mil.X.r:R. Also, si II.. aamo linw and plaeo, by tha aama, Mr. OKU RUE lil.U.M is .1 us J A X h COX. ico it should bs aufiicieot cause for lhe Gov arnor of ibe State to call a Convention. Well, Congress has not admitted California and Xew Mexico as Stales, (only admitting California,) yet the Governor intends to call a Convention for the purpose of resisting :!ie edmiiiion of California if a majority favoia-, ble to such action can be secured in the Con-1 yention. The desire of Gov. Townci and his advisers, it to make Georgia secede. Cut will Georgia do any thing of the kind ? We infer from the disposition of the people of that State to giva no countenance to the Nashvilla Convention, that when a Convention is ca'.lod the friends of tbn Uoion in that State will rally ia such force aa to secure a large ma jority in the Convention. Georgia will take no step that will p'ace her in opposition to tha Union. But really has lha South any cause to complain at the admission of Cali fornia ? Wo think not. Hear also what Mr. Tooroba, of Georgia aays. He was looked upon aa the most ultra Southern man in Corgreaa, yet ba aaya the admission of California into the Union is not an aggres sion upon tba South. In answer (a tha ques tion put by Mr. Seddon, of Va., " did be not consider tha admission of California an ag gression an tba South !" he said : " I do not eonvder tha tim'Mnn of Cali fornia an aowresron upon thesoutb. The objection to "f admission of California are nutritious ant! grave, sufficient to command my vote agaioat it; but they ara not section al. Tba reasons ought as strongly to control g-nce. Il reveals a fact, says the Whig, which should open the eyes of all friends of Union and of Liherty.'to the real designs of some of tho Southern ultraisls in Congress, ft appears that they connived at the passage of the Wilmot Proviso, the effscl of which JOY" J.jY! We are pleased lo see lhe people nil over ! the country evii.cing thmr feelings of patrm- j tim and j.y for the important measunal which huvs recently ptsd bolh linus of! In ll.a vicinity of I Ins place, an :ha '22 J ina'aal, MAKliAKKT. daughter of V. I. Uav.daon, K). agrd aloul two yearf. la Ibis county, ou th I7:h in.i.. TI.JZ C A Til. AliINK MA ULDA, daughter of Dr . ,N. Wed- Congiess measures which wo l.upe, will rr.lr..o neiieo and harmunv In ll.A Union, anil they must have known would be disunion and ,,I(,e;hCr in still atronjjer tics Ihe varo ua civil war. This is a seri"US charge agnnal accM its ol this gieal cnnfe.terary Southern men. vet we believe il is warranted Yesterday, in honor of the adoption of th.-se , . ., ,1 . I niea-ur.'s, our Artillery Compvnv under th hv their actions. M e never could reconcile ,' , . n. 7 ', - . . J .. . ; command 01 iopi. Aicy r . 1 -mil, lirea g Southern men actios wilh iho ab jlmonists. !.,. .,c .. .,.. o, .... ..k.. : W ara called a submi.sionist. Well, let ' S, a in .he Union, and 13 for ll.n Co,...,.,.. I ?"lf ".' ll,e ,llB ttPPf,i"'"'8 P"r. tho. I, a. There ia one ihinff verv certain.' tee nf 13 of ll.a U. S. Sensle. .I..I.U....II.: ...I,.i. .I......,.,.....!!. V ', - kn..w tJ. tcral Narvs.z, nor to have any knowledge coulred in these, ho rushes Iu hie hum" and, ul ibe conrloy aod urbanity, becoming eei.t:.man .'iluling his wife as hi dearest Jenny Lind, I and a person of l.ia -levao-d poa linn, wilh which he be", that she will produce for dinner a he trr.t. not only lhe repr. aei.lalive. of friendly 1 ,,,l ....k ... he .nnoe.l off wi.h eh.,n. I I'..,- k..t .1 r.,.,- aw- .-s'AV.r ewr.lt J ' ' ' ft " I ' wLohav. iho honor lo'anu.oacli him. NV. declare! P"g" f " 'nny L.lld bland, and choese dn.gton, sged two years and four month.. then, ih.t lhe who'e paragraph w.ch w. hav. joat, made from Jenny Lind milk, taken from Jen- qaijtcd is tbtoluitiy falit." ny Lind cows. Having gulped titcee down, j with telegraphic li.isto he speeds away lo the I HON. A. II. II. STUART J011.1V Lind Concert, at which he swoons I - , , . in me ouni o. ii.erair.ionrg, Jir, r.. ! ..i-" U .ving been appointed by I'residant Fill- fr"m ttltUe J" eve,y l'n nimules until the i,KI.SnN. their son. ag.d 43 years and 4 monies. ,, " . . ' . ... . r,,r,.r. .,.,. ,. o..nl...l..l -II.. a I , .l- si...... ' inofe Ac'reisrv ol the inierior. the Kicnmono r- ,.. ...-..... ,,.t nunun o. in .. Uepuh .can ...Hlies the follow ine comments re-1 ' thousand a ,d!y off a . t'n Chnrah f..r .n. t.m. b.f..r. his death. Died, on Friday, the IGih d.y of Atgut lat. ! the teaidsoce of Alrianiler and ilannab liendeison. in Ihe aounly of Marklrubnrg. Mr. K. 1. ilr - Hit we never could be brought lo sfliliate it tt men who we considered as much the enemies of our inlerssts as Southern men consider aboli tionists. . L ' ls I 1 1 a 1 f mi fid faYsaa krfSrl sliltlal SlialiWam aail aweaamVi 1 1 fl I4IIVH Iu III B a pnilUlt mrni . .... . ' nniaru inn Meu . k cmirI mr. HBlr.iia eV I he appointment of this Rftnllem.n lo the h0 ',S' ," T''"? ,,',helP", ".,r.cd ..lb facie and .need.,... h. ti.d tr.a..."d partment of the interior ..one of the very " T"' . T" ! f'"m ' sliimheia, up in hi. memory or had scq ured by ...ding sod 'bKh.hn,:r",l' th PrT"l.forGod..k.lBi.a hin.on.mor. touch of e.iPPl. .nd had rJa. fron.7. r.yy.h .aid e Casta Diva; and lo her reply that he is I.1" d I1'" .TV-i 'V, ,,. ' ' , tins co.ilinusrl sllliclion he wa. sv.r ehsarfal. Mr. Smart iai.ua or lhe mutt proiaiiitui and " ""'i oeu.r u.ow o, .... u,. to. lot w.lb th. fort.iud. .ad . I.eerlulnes. et . ,t- . c.i- 111. candle ami corns lo bed. he cries out l.ravo ct.r.aiian. and it ia IiomJ ii.a. Mm h.a Maker be . . 1.. ' 7 ' . r Illinois and Alabama Kail Road. ' . . . ' swiiir ifiii nicii.iipri fii lWitm vi 11 ii s-iiiriij in ihia - 1 his fact sneaks in tones of thunder lh-.li... . ., .... . ol f ... . and Lncnra. and elans hi. whim kiJilml hand., will meet w.tb a Cbrialiaa'a reward. ... -a..,. ..n.,...M. niiu inyior , .... ., . a lH,.. . I. .HI.....I .1 Ll..Ui:t. Whig Kleci.K.1 ... ket, ol Virgmia, and pro- j ' J T J '"J""'"'" AJ , ' "' VhU ved hi . self, in the public discus.,,,,, between I . ' "'' . "C9 !,acb"1' 1,,n t' ,h?) ! ' ga.nai nn ..opo 01 recovery . ret. inj. u 'i i,. tommiinicaat before he had prepared ahleat. be:.ii.formed. and mo.l olonoem ..f . . V?"'1 h. Prr" w"" Wn . " the chnnipio.is of W hig principles. When the peop'e of the " Cockade1' City ar in fa- vor nf the Union and ag .ittst all tliuiiioiiii. 1 he same may he said of this Coiigraeomn al District, and indeed, of the whole State. I'tlertb.irg Jntelligenctr. . MACON MASS MfcETINO. ENNY LINU'S OPINION OF BAY a member ci ma v irgma I.gi.lature, he r-1 The Herald chronicle, tha following im o 1 1 n 1 aw n n nirrn ataiini, aa at., ti,a..,. .. .1 . 1 , . A gentleman from Georgia, a native and "fil" : :'"V" " i Por,?nl a",",'!" W,,lth orcur"d " J,"ny 1 r .w- va-x-ivu n Miniiitra 1 ui 1 iiv I .1 rid 0RK JOHN R IIK.NUt.KON. (the brolheV) died es tl.e 7lh instant, and waa boned on Sunday, ine r.a t .... -r 1 1 1 1 it... HM.. lhe Congress has passed a bill granting alter .... section, o and or -he purpose of con-. former re.i.l.nt of Virginia ws. inou, office ' of R.prv.e,.; fr i Z Augusia atructing a Rail Uoad from Illinois to Mob.lo, : yesterday arid .vera that the mealing .1 Ma- d(iljcl in ll;U aml ,0Qn , jfC(J n Alabama. The land granted is worth only j con. w,"t" "eorj... wa. m. i.eu ia auanu, , , , , , 1 Bim in n.iwi.. i.iMus .wi v ... u r i ,i.i l.llflj To.l inrriilil (in. ri.o.-l I,. infi. . 3 ten centa an acre, slructed il will make it worth ten dollars an sere and il will aoll readily for five dollars- This will be one greet means of bind in" the N .Mil and the South tegether. Ciiarlolli: Female Academy. Wa ara requested to ssy that this Institu tion will ba opened as early io October as the repair, of tho Building will admit of which due notice will be given 7 sand, did not exceed, all told, 1,750 in nun. br. Our informant also states that, com pared wilh the Georgia people, the Disunion ists da not amount tu a corporal's guaid in number. Richmond Whig. DEATH OF A SENATOR. Wa regrel In have to announce the death of John Exum, Iq., Senator elect from the County of Wayne to the ensuing Legislature. We pie.ume that lli. Governor will immedi ately issue a writ for an .lection to supply lha vaceucj. RaLigh Rtgittcr. was coining up the bay : She said it was Iho must magnificent Bcnuireu a nalioii- .,.,1,1 .1,. u..i. I..1...I.I .1 1 reputa.ior. in that body, by Ins services inj Mr. ll.,.,,u,n-" Kxcepling lhe bay of Na effecting an rugamzilion of the House, after , plea." . weeks of confusion and by . uniform ability, I Jenny Lind-" Not excepting even that." tacl, el, q..ence, and dignified and courteous j , B8, be(! , m,)0red :, wh,,h bearing. Mr. Smart is a gen.leman of en- (r ew York bav is a more magnificent sight large-d views, liberal lone .ound judgment, ,e B of N , i,"..-M.led bo- anrl fin t ri r l f n 1 1 U (.at I .Ana I sariH evnaiaaveaiatiu. ' 1 . 3 -. . yona coiiiroversy now that H it.ff spirit, lie nccupie a high pon'ion at the If bar of Virginia for legal knowledge and per suasiva eloqiionce. W. trust that ha will accept the appointment ao flatteringly tender ed him, for we feel sure lhal il is on. which will be most acceptable lo the Whigs of Vir. ginia, and that he will fi I u with great bun or lo himself, and lo lhe State. Fr VISIT TO MOUNT VEIfNON. 'Vakiiinutcm, Sept. 13. The larger part c, the members of bolh houses of Congress, afler lha adjournment to-ilav, want in tha steamer Collyer on a via it t Mount Vernon. Tha parly returned in the evening highly pleased with their visit. day aftor. L-t thoa who d Iliad flat I open ,l " uncertainly of life and karti what shad.ws w. s and what shadows w pursue," C.nt'S.niralrd. . i.-au 1 " Land for S.ilc. UriLL be wild al Ihe Cnorl-llons is ..l .-i .. .l n., . r ii.tnlier -.it vnortoi.e, on in. jo w c "S .... ... ...-. i. IhS pen, ineing Tuesday or lnn,; ' - highest bidder, a TRACT OP LAND, formerly owned by Vi!iam A'.xandcr, n the teisof Mallard Crock, joining T hom.s L Alrt,; ur, Susan Alriander and nihera, eoatrV"C a fl-.e,. Thcr i. a lolcrabls ' VmtUu4 f aEiijjil.liiMia. on the premis-s, with olhir ewl-ho.eej' I ... land ie gnod for Gram snd Cotton "i act.a ia Wood Land and thers is some good Mes" , Land. Turns mad. known on lbs daf t( ' . : f crrans i.hing to cumins the land can da t calling on tl.e subscriber, ' 4 OKOWKA.H0VST0X. . Seplcn.bor 35. 19i0. v.. i - aV..