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WEDNESDAY, XOVBTi 20, 1850.
IT WILLIAM THOMPSON, Esq.. w ours gent in Baltimore, authorised to obtain advertise menu and subscriptions, and to grant receipts. ETE. W. CARR, Esq., ia our agent in Philsdel. phia, euthorized to obtain advertisements and pro. curt subscriptions. SENSIBLE VIEWS. Gov. Collier, of Alabama, in in address da Icliniog to convene the legislature in Mtr session, makes the following most sensible remarks : " In our present position the South may do much to make the North feel that we are not powerless. Let ua absolve ourselaes a aoon aa poaaible from all dependence upon our Northern brethren their respect for ua cruiade against the South, while they ae at FACTS roa tiii MERCHANTS OF LYJCJI BURG AND THE SOUTH. : The New York Merchants Day Bok, a paper which aidea with the South on the slavery question, haa had the indepenence to publish aome of the names of those 'few York merchants, who are the aiders ad a bettors of the abulitionists in their weked is the dictate of interest and not feeling. Our resource, agricultural, industrial, and com. mercial, ere almost incalculable. Our cot ton, raw and manufactured, would give us as much of the commerce of the world aa inter est or avarice could desire. We can grow and manufacture wool to an unlimited extent and our iron, coal, maib'e and I nne is quite THE BIGHT OF SECESSION. The doctrine of nullification, exploded ia its old form, now takes new one, and atylea itself the riehl of uctuion. Thia is but an- A LOCOFOCO TRICK. Tbe N. Y-Commercial makes a remarks ble exposure of the purposes of tome of the leading men by whom the great New Yoik other attempt to reconcile revolution with tne WM gotten up. Thai paper constitutional action of the Government, ana ...,. i .(Nance of tl e r ., ! ....! I l..d riiiiin in suppose. III eevniicn 'i " bring the sanction ol ine law io jusmi - ; - . . D.fV h. Ilion." . miSht ..well be ...Nnpt.d to meeting, that it was roj " ' iho lame lime living and concocting their. bo frortthc rv their ideas of State sovereignty so ...i..,..rs.,h., mrrh-,.i,t Th.D..v maintain the right of secession, if any 1 1 ' S:ata shall choose to withdraw from the i n- Hook says: ion it seems to ba forgotten by them that ' The New Yoik -Tribune, rabid tWi-' ntiin people who formed lh State Gov- lion paper, is taken and supported bv a irge rrnments formed the National Government number of wholesale merchants, ho rade:asn; that the National and State Govern- to ,,r.. r ,..p ' :rr'X.rr;:i --tv some loud. .. . .. .. . 1 r.,.nmiiie" met and organized, than res- It seems to be lorgotien oy .ncm " r,- . , - Tl..kM for ar as niuiiu" - i - -r - -. sufficient to supply the demand ol the "':.,., rxr,ly.vl.v with the South: an the oier the aamo Deride; and that tt i . :i - . ... ,.n" - - - , , ern iienrspnero. i-m miun buikhhvk , f . ,:- our exhauslless resources. To this end, we els on first page, on a queelion thai is now agitating , the importers. Isanie may be said of the Courier and Kn both systems derive their supremacy from 1 Maasra I? rt av r I A n anil McMimps) Tatrlfl a L aha aa ml I tiJa sTla AlirPI. Hut are there should abstain as far a possible from the use! by ,radinjJ wiUl tuth-1 , w0 supreme sovereignties over one and the ern merchants, employ the largest jobbing !(ame people T No, that could not be. nut business done in this city ; who hire built there are two ayatema adapted to different the most magnificent store, and two pltmdid i ,pheres, one including the ott.er and not con country seels ell from the profits f slave (J,cting. The national aovereignty, aa em labor are both thorough going abdjtionists bodied in the Conatitu'ion and the Laws of of Northern manufactures. Let us have our own carriage makers, shoe makers, clothiers, hatters, efce. Let us give a preference to our merchants who are importers, or who pur- I? Ws invils attantioo to a very interesting nrti-1 chase their goods in our Southern cities of Let our aerctiants become ths minds of a treat many people. Ths subject is wall handled, and whether tha writer will bring conviction to tha minds of all who reads it or not, it shoirs that he is a does rensoner and thinker too. North Carolina Legislature. exporters and importers, and our people dis courage the employment of Northern ship ping. To carry out these suggestion, we should endeavor to effect sucb modifications of the revenue and navigation lawa as make discrimination prejudicial to the South ; and the legislation of thia State, ao far aa the Constitution will permit, must favor the en- import aholition mimi'rrs, ad half tttnb lishrdnn. abolition ncvtpnper. Welssy no thing against them ; they are worlhjMnd re spectable irenin tha community; bit such are their principles, and they do ivt pretend to deny ur even conceal them. Ve only speak of the fact of their being abmionuti and supportinji that cause. The Sovhewal- ' low thia, and continue to feed and slrrg'.hen the arm which smites them. Mers. Crit tenden and Bliss Imve grown rich ye same way, support the same c.iuse, anajeed by This body assembled in Raleigh, on Monday last. As the 'Democrats have a majority in both Houses terprUe ws prertime an organiiation took placa without any In addition to this let us improve our ngn j k...i,. ik. mxrn'.tnda of the auesiions ' culture, open our liter, extend our Planl I.Cely to bo brfueht p,.s lock oPon ths present Road-and Rati Roads, so as to e-eapen and i 9 , fili ie ,Hme nntitet,t r,(.ion a. on. af great interest to the citiicn. of ths lacil.tale transportation n iravn. ai. .nose c,((jfchM Dewfu;ipcrs. Me.Ws Henry. SUte.- and -e ball endeavor to keep our reader, Ih.nga being done, and faithful ." Smilh iBj Townaend lak. tha Tntena and advised of everv thing interesting that m.y take lw dispersed throughout the land offering a , d E ,ir 6fld ,dver.ii.n them W. hav. given today, for rafaraaes. a liat rf .nde hl11 7'"? m gave a cent to a paper which deft.d. the ...,.A?J', n .ill he found happy, independent, and, f I mistake not, a .hav wrre in luainsai The on first page. Superior Court. We understand the Grand Jury found bills against three negroes, for burning the dwell ing house of Mrs. Guire. They were per mitted to ba bailed out until our next Court. Charlotte and S. G. Rail Road. Ws learn from a gsntlsman, who aUerdeJ the mriin if the Stockhalders at Columbia, on the united p ople. be lf PfJrklM imJ V,rr,( LM us henceforth esteem it a duty to .th. 0whoM draw our patronage fro.,, norihein axhoolaj J we hB occijon , her,. and colleges. We who have taken he Iron, j m(rt ow ,urB l0 lh. ,hpr cook ble to inform ourselves al know thai , the q of B5imfM .,ru )tr, South furnishes equal facilities lor a tnur-j ough training both of the head and heart, at ; r'' '"l mufih lesa cost. The Day Bonk then gives It to : in hv alniu'd our people gn north ir. sesrch ; fine style, and winds up with tlie loloving of pleasure and health ? Who that hi visit ed the mountain regions of Alabama, Geor gia, the Carolinns, and Virginia, or the sea board of the South and Southwest, does no-- 13th instant, that thev had a very interesting meet- ! know that he miy hud mineral waters in ... .ne and that every thing passed off with ths utmost bundance, of unsurpassed variety and etlica- 1 artnony and good feeling. cj delightful arrangements for sd bathing TLs road is now fiaUbad to wilhi. thro. mile, of and soc.etv scenery arm comfort equal to ,. .. . . , . . ... nv in the United States! Does not self i e- mrtnra. una our mlormani IS 01 i'-e ouiuiwu . " Bif"re we are through with ilissuhject we will show jou how you are drre.ved by your own merchants, who in timmo' great sbolition exilement, when :ha Sou hen peo ple hae refused to buy goods that sta)ought of abolitionists, have iheir bills mJe out in the name of the clerk, and show (real as ev idence ihal the floods were not p tic I mod of obnoxious New Y'irkers. We have seen a spect and a just appreciation of the Su'ti re-' great deal of dereption and trickery in our quire that we should expend our money at , jaVi anr) have come to the coocluin that it our own resorts of fashion, pleasure and ! js a0out as well to show it up now.'' h'lU.T really strange that the South should j -lhe' "'icle lh8 h.ve been a,. Ions in aw.kii.B to her interest ; ' those New ork Merchants who " sd Iheir Tlis Stockholders also adopted a resolution, that . . .u1)UI(j ,,, bave found out her re-(clerks fff South in the winter lo Hum up Uera.mn of the late breaking down of the Ires- as soon as the road r ached WinnsUoro, all travel on iource. an(J consequent puwer, until she had sollIhcrn trade, while thev Slav at bwie and sel-work over the V ateree, on the line of tha the action of this meeting will expedite ths road lo completion one jssr sooner than ejpected. It will be sccomplisbed by the power now given lo tha President and Directors lo issue Bonds on lbs Com pany whenever it is nscetsary to raise funds tha United States, is of such paramount sn premacy that nothing at variance therewith in the conatitution or the laws of any Slate can have validity. If there sh u'd be colission between tne two systems of National and State Govern ments, and a question of allegiance should a rise, a cilixen holding the doctrine that he is bound to bis State first, aud only through her to the Government of the Union, might un dertake lo act upon that doctrine, hut in so doing he wou'd ruk the penaltieaol treason. In other words, he would he cngnged in a re bellion or a resolution, or whatever that des perate resort mav be called by which nationa . i . . i . . are cenvu Stale iifficers. adopting Seynv ur. the Lr.cn- Trcntmcait f Scarlet Fever. Tha following article from an eminent Physician of Washington will possess inter, est for eery family aa wwll as for the Modi, cat profession l ' T tht Ed.fr tf tkt Bottom Xtdictl sad Sargicil Wssiiinoton, AraiL 11. 1650. fia : As svery thing relating to ths trsatiaent sf scarlet fever a diseaM almost as fatal and dm rue live as eholers itself is of (rest interest to ths pro. frssisn and Ihs public, I desiie to call ths attantieq f ynur renders lo tbe mode of treatment recom. mended bv Dr. fchnee-msnn, Physician tetha Kinr r I . a. jii,l a i a! as suassattl inrnkas . f,co candidate for Governor, a. the head ol " "17 " "rbv u7 k. it ! The Whig members of iho Committee, j B twtlrt4 ,h m.nnon from tha medical p,fc ho had been prsvioualy assured ihat the f,tlion in this country or in England, so fir as my whole moctedine waa lo ba diveated of par-. knowledge sitends. thai its importance drmanile. , l .r , . i My uperirnes with il is now considerable, and 1 ly, opposed his Loeofoco man . w. ' ; Jk Mftly neomm,ni M .. . ,.,y ,.,u,w., olation of all ihe pledges and obligations ol tJi))tllta t, Mr .,, of conducting th,a dr.,d.j themselves and those wnoappointeu iiiecn.--" Jt was then announced by several persons, who have been the moat active in getting up the Castle Garden meetirg thai if this lick et should not be nominated and ifTeclual ateps laken loaeruie i's election, the MAl.t oiuit r of tht uholt mertmtnt, and t pciitdly of the C'aa'e Curdtn mrtting, wotld re iv.rrT T.oV And "it waa furthermoie declared. Ihal the ticket w hicb was intended to be o m inateri, bad alhfaut ntEM selixtko. and Uai tkoutandt of Mem had been printed and tent into tht Slate more than a trk ago The indignant remosirancva of the Whig Committee-men weieal last effoclual in com pelting the witlidrswal of the resolution ; and ihe adoption, unanimously, of another, thai the Committee would aupport no candidates who were not in favor of the peace measures of Congress, snd opposed to all further agi tati'n of the suHct. The resolution appointing Ihe Commiree morning sns evening aver in wnaie ooay waa i prescribed Iheir duly ts no, " To revive and disease to a sitisfsotory termination. II is p'-iloss. phical snd rational ia theory simple and smiisoi in pracliie. lis mtdui eptrtitji will he even at S glance, and will comintnS nself to every discriminating pliyn. can; for everyone, 1 Hunk, will admit lnt the chiuf weight of this disease f I upon Ihe skin ; and of coo ise whoever lauds lo reslnrs Ihe dsranr functions of this iinportahl pari of Ilia body, will centrtbute nioal materially to alleviate all ths syinp. tnuis. l bs smploynient of this remedy of cwih will aol prevent the use af such ether mesne as si parieaca ssnclions and each parlicolar ease calls for, ss lai Hues, febrifuges, applications to lbs throat, internal and eilernal, &.S. 1 hops a fair trial wilt be givea Is this mods if treatment by Ihe profession, and tha results mass known through Ihe journala, that lis Into value my be definitely aseertsmcd. I subjoin the ntoet im,t. te nl directions given by Ur. Cchncemana, ia a soma, wbat akbrevialid form. HAUVEY LIN DSL Y, M. D Trfe'mcaf tf Scarttt Fr 4y nuacliea Frem the first sy of the illaese, aad as sooa ss ws sra csrtain of lis nature, the patient moat So ruMJ f.l.m Ihm trial ir.nl cr IDt I lll'H !sed, liovernments snatiereo mi ; .... -, - r - -- - and fraternal blood pc-u.-cd forth in wares rae f irn in irn. . u- . The lawa of the ialional u- . " .r...-; ..-., J mjWetitt ertrv alttmntlo altena't a partton i,f pieces civil war ernmrm, won uicir 5mu'ng y , v . - . , . , reach tkt ciUz.n lhr eh the mtdtum of a aar roanrr. yrem .e r..; v, V SMt Government; they operate at direc0yacred Ixethuh noir i.nk tocher tht eurt vpenhimaitht Stnttlov do; and his alle. , nws parfa. ;,,;. gi.nee to the National Government, which '1 he L.-cofoeos. instead of perforrring this is ihe paramount authority vf the land, is not patriotic duty, went to woik to secuta tiik t -.. ..I - . 1 1 . . n . . nni i unnnri. Willi inv fl I II T T ni cc, m mod find by any contingency that can impair ita binding force or shelter him from Ihe pen alties of its violation. Bal'imort American. We copy the following from a late num ber of the Charleaton Newa, and cordially respond to the praise that it beatows upon lha heroic man who. in order to save the lives of others, liaked his own. Ha is indeed a hero, and worthy of some especial maik of public approbation : Wo feel ssiured, however, thst n suck paltry motive moves! the great body af the people of New York, of both parlies, who participated in thai uobte demonstration al Castla Garden. We think belter of Ihem We doubt aot that tbe maaa of tha people who attended ibat meeting, did so for ths patriotic purpose of upholding ibe Law, and thus preaerving the I'.mos.-Fay. Obi. THE LAW OF CONi-CIKSCE. Judge Judson, of the United States Circuit r .... l.i. . V. . .a I . mre intnsoaied We record wh sirgtilsr sal.afaclion an , , . . fc fc p,r.m0ui.t law is that of the Constitution, tie said : " We ate led lo believe and know that tbe Cons iiutir n of the L'i ited Slates, framed as it was in wisdom snd patriotism, is our para mount law, and must guide and govern eve- instance of true herois.r, which deserves lo be heralJed wherever noble conduct and gen uine humanity are recognised as having jual claims to admiration. We learn thul on the Sunday on it should cease. We highly sppiove tlue court ef th CompT, Ul.o it ' t first Company in this couo ry that has laksn such a stand. Ths passenger cars and angines on this road are of tba very beat construction, and the road aa far aa completed, is dona in ihe most substantia manner. It is calculated that ths road will reach the Ca. tawba River by Ihe 1st of January 132. Should this bs the case ws may safely calculate that tbe r-,si wilPreash Charlotte by August or Septem- Ler, 1603. God epesd the good won. Southern Convention. Thia body met in Nashville en Ue llth instsnt, according to its own sdjournment. lion. C. J. McDonald, of Georgia, the Vice President, took the t hair in the absence of the President. Fifty dele, gales were in attendance. 2i day. The fsllowirg Sts'es sre represented, Tennessee, Mississippi. Virginia. Alabama, Georgia, Florida anc Sooth Carlina. Number of Deleratea about 70. Resolutions denouncing liis lata eomproia.sa meun.s have been offered and re. ferred. Wonder why the Dolegalce from Ihis county did aot attend ? enriched the Noith, and tha North, by spirit of Bo'ayounui, fenced her to adopt coun tervailing measures for self protection." MASSACHUSETTS. Only four Representatives to Congress were elected from Maac'-use Is on Monday 'ast, viz. William Appleton, Jnhn Z- Good-, rch, Horace Mann, and U in tow ler none & MeN,mee f Crittenden & B ol tnem uemocra a. in me , o, u.. , Whsl m faut S(Wlhtr, money ti.h.and luinaistncs .nereis no c.i.ico. i, Ro. ,jQt) . lecher tr issue hi tncen- I he IJemocrals and f ree suiters, oy urn-dia tricef aniltbemts ,ga Ut ,he tmgnn the same candidates, nave '8 ; SUlh t Who can tell T majonty its the JJtaie oenaie, wmcn win guc r.rV tx.lilinnism " 1 Cemdon Ki""-T , pr.acb abolit omsm. , , . g fci( tha( , " These clerk, m Georgia od S'f ,h lr,jn h WBf '.pproach.ng would run into rolina talk agam.t abol,l.omm,and .hw come chBi( vghndfd a, ke CTV Ud ttlong home and hand over southern m their employets, to b- spent in abolili and newspapers. Whoatarted Ihe naner called the I nde pendent T Can Hunt, of ihe iirrn of Hunt Xt Ujniei, J I ,K. kr,L. i,mhrrt a rrrtt euntiderublt dil Imp', - - - - J ...... .mii.A in tnntlnr lianalt irkich I'll' "p" prtt tiled perhaps an awful taUitrcphe Bow-stelll rv man who haa tskea bis oath for its sup port. No man'e conscience can justify us infraction or ricuse ita rejection, in whole or in part. Who has a right lossy to the com munity around him, I will obey rnly this or that provision of tha law, and trample under foot the resHue! Then every other mas Such an instance o.q .icK kiwikii , . 4 , ...j ,kt c. ganger oi miters, M.ing . - .... ,k,n .m.l The Day Rook adds thai it "Jrnoidi that a great deal of Southern money goes jlireclly through tbe hands of New York rmschaols to ihe support of ihe abolition cause.' We hone that the Lynchburg, and9'Uth ero Merchants generally, will carefully nofe iliern the Governor ol the atate. in the House of Hepreaenlaiivcs Ihe Whigs nnw have a small mj irity, but whether they will maintain il must depend on iheolec'ions yel to be held in Ihe towns which failed on Mon day to choose Representatives. MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION. i i u.. i. ....... i. r. n.,.. , . , l ' ; r - ;!We hone, further, that the Day B ,u o. i. J.,U.h,e thousand ,,,..! "nue ta hold up to the public eye all The vole is, for George N. Iiriggs, (Whig,) men of ihal city w 5 912; George S. Boutwell, (Uem.) lr9UJ ; Stephen C. Phillips, (t lee-Soil,) 1,0,4. The Whigs elect their candidate for Con gress from the Boston district (Hon. William Appleton) by a rmj'irity about equal to thai of Governor Bring. They have also elect- risniif . - C . I .J.. ...... .r nail. .,ik fu .1 t.. momeni Ol ins ciiuunnis ci - nablcs . u. i.. i ti'uae amtuei aunerings oogm iu w i ed in letters of unfading gold ; and the nobis man who did the act reverenced wherever virtue owns an advocate, or public spiiit is rewarded." be that nothing would rcma'B of eur noblo fabric but shreds and patches." SUGAR RKrl.NING One of our New York cotemporaries speaks of a newly invented process lor r fining or cleaniPa? sugar, which ia ab"Ul lo bo employ- ed in one of the refining establishments of ihat cilv. The sugar, imied with a revolv these New York Abolition Houses, ai when' j-our neui(Bl papers, not one of which, we be they go on to purchase tneir gnoai wii shun them as thev woul-t shun Texas. It is reported that Texas has voted by 2000 majority to accede lo the propoaitiona led six Slate Senators and forlv-four Repre A. w rn,re lo setila I be huundarv sen'alivea irnm tne cut ill au u v j -.vj-. - i question between her and the Territory of I New Mexico. It is said by thote who were Governor. In 275 towns enxieus to aee a collision between Texas and the General Government, that she haa re r fired the bribe. Time will show whether Tha returns from other pirlsof the Slate ists and live upon Lynchburg publican. again, vipe.r,! con-'lows: uaioess lieve. has the slightest affinity to disunion im. The political piesa we classify as fol THE TRESS OF MISSISSIPPI. V cn rnnnl 11 n bIkiuI for'.V SIX Doliticsl i. 1-iK. Sii. Ofwhiehweeiehanire :n sieve, with meshes so close as to Con j ............ o 1 . , k. with all b'U twoor tnree. I here are besides : iio no ;'" "" " molasses toeacitpa; and the sieve iveirg re solved with prodigious velocity two thou sand revolutions a minute tha molasses is driven out by ihe centnfugsl force, leaving 22 ' the sugar behind, clear, white, and it is said, 7 1 perfectly dry, resembling what is called re j fined brown sugar, snd needing but one mors y ; ripersiion to Convert it into the loaf. Tha j sieve refines two hundred pounds st a lime, and in the abort apace, we ara told, of two minutes. piece of ssron. ia such a snaaaer that, with tha ss. tepiioa of the heed, a covering of fat ia avsry where applied. ! order le make this rubbing ia sons, wkst ossier, it is boat ts Uks a piece of kscsa the site of tbs hand, choosing s part still armrd wilbtss nad, tbsl ws tnsy have a firus grasp. Oa ths soft side af this pisce sills ara to bs made, ia order te al. low tha oetiog out of Ihe fat Tbe rubbing (oust ee thoroughly performed, and not too quickly, in order that tne skin may bo regalsrly salnrsied with lhs fat The beaeficial reaiilte of this application are soon obvious; with s rapidity bordering oa raagie. all, evea lbs most painful aysnplona of lha dime, are allayed ; quiet, eleep. good humor, sppetits re turn, sod Ihsrs remains only tbs impatience te quit Ibe sirl. room. The advantages of tbe treatment indicated may ba swmuics Bp aa lollsws: I. Tbe imorobabililv, ws might alweat say the impoaaibility, of Ike patient getting cold while Ilia ekia is lhas covered with fat a point aaa ao iihu more imaor'anl laaa aero. 3. The dry brill looses sf ths skia and Ihe IsrmtaU ing itebing sra by it aot only msuns ly allaviats, but gewerally entirely removed. Every praotiliea. or knows bew efun lbs itcbiag and burning of Iks skin ia seerlet fever ara oaendorsble la saildrss, keeping Ihesa eooslsntly ia duerewing movamsal, sad robbing them of sleep. Ileaee cbtldrea an geeerells well saiufiad with Ibis process, and eflee ash for lis rspelilioa loos before lbs lima is come. 3. I ho ir.nueace ao lha pkysialegiesi (unctions of t tie skia u still more important. Daring tbs coo ing an sf K-arlst fever the skia boeeoMe aiaeiprd. in consequence of wbieh it loses Us vital posrar Doriag Ibis illassa, and oalil a new covering is a- gain ff pared for the surface, lbs fueetiene of lee hl . ff !.f.Ml; .'"... HI desquamation probably not SI all. Ia order te el. plain tbe ealenl and importance af ths imporcSpti. bis functions of Ibe skia ia a merely aMchaoteei view af Ibe matter, lbs reader as referred lo Ibe at- corals sipernnonle of Keguin, which lis ths quash. ty of mailer thrown off flora las smler skin slslarae grsias per minute in a growo parses, and tbersfers wars tbsa two pounds per Say. bsl euorts i it coel lo orgemero to lead so Isrga a qusnlilyia. to other paii e. ia order lo Ibrvw a off, wbaa Us skia is ineapaUoof doing so! 4 With this diaappearaacs of Iks deaqaaaialiss d.aappear all lLoe bad symptoms which alisadae rt. In order to giva a sinking proof af the isaser- la ace and bad infl'ieece whisk (bo mWfrupledluBi Imuis af lbs skis produce oa Ibo healthy activity sf relstivo. evea if distent orgsas, we tnsy cue tss fscl ihst dt aih is alwsys the result where seers una ens half of Iks skin has been destroyed by fire r boiling hqnd. A similar destruction of lbs aa a eneute in scsilvt Isvsr, with Ik s d ff.resce, that .4 lakee place gradually, and thereby lhs orgaan.-n belter eoablsd, by employing all lbs activity et ita body, to and a.d sgamsl tbs mischief which iwih reeult from the cessslioa of tbs functions of us skin. ul: ..4 r.. . ,1,. l'n;.M ho aid with the atiliuon. I " "' " .V" , :.-. t, , !.. icmocrai, ami i"r n'w v,,,.,,, and avowedly disunion, and strongly sgitationist, and favoring Governor's procla million, but opposed to disunion as a present remedy, show Ihal llin neonle have failed to elect a , linninson, Ihe U ion cnndidale, waa1 A UNION VICTORY. 1 he Macon Journal and Messengy says : as a present remedy, 2 " An election for Mar.hal of the ciljj of Co-' v:lllnown 1 liiiiibu-, Georgia, oceuried on Satuniiy last. I ... ,. .u.... ,,, r i i i c iJ ..k Therl is one remarkable thing too about We are informed, by leWrnphiC dfcpatcb, 1 , , ' ' 61 i .i . this. Ench of the five avowedly disunion I II 141. il si innuu a it si i 1 iu a 'a aajs-s i choten Pre"ei puWw.ied, il is brlieteJ, in a com- ... . .. . L.a ITIUnilV OCL CU Y (leTHUBVU tl HII I' I R IS. UUal Mr. Briegs haa t by one hundred ana l'V mT")- Jiiuaco- - vn,i zwies-. 49 796, Mr. Bout woll 32,200, and Mr. I'hil- 8 cmniy, il is wen Known, nas e lips 26,20'J. The duty or making the ee- not oeu oi nisunion; ana, juoging mo lection will therefore be devolved on the Sen- tone ol the Times and Sentinel, we hjd sup a I K.si ssvaa ran r sat tn n V Klf rtifsnnai lit Dosed Ihat seven-tenths of the oeop! thers aic. iu wiiiw", '-it'-" , - , ... . r, . .Jt- ...L.i.l.H.nlir.tv nnnn r0 1 I ItA U a coalition hetween ma uemocraia ano r ro Soilers, the Opposiiion has already obtained a majority. We apprehenu also tnai tne pu- AMERICAN TRADK WITH flll.NA. The trade between California and China Ihe H ue is somewhat Texas has not acted wisely in not jeopard ing the hopes and prospects of this great r Aiintrv. If she had refused to accent the , ,, , , 1....1..J i litical complexion of proposition, texa. wou.u ., oc. db,ru,. A( f,r ,e.,d from, 132 Whig, to the skies for her firmness. Are the same . ,31 Opposition memlwra have been e people not entitled to be honored for taking ected ; and ninelv twn towns have failed to a different course t We think they are. j muke a choice. Am. Initl. Cotton. I r r . , , , r subsisted entirely upon fire.' The (esutl of "nV "' "g"" imporianc. tbislittla e'lection, however, proves lbs! (lis union lias nu foothold even in Muncojie." NEW JEKSKY ELECTION.. The 1 rentnii State GiiZ'Mte bring us the gratifying iii'elligence I lint the official returna : ht YOIIK Thmirrli tltirti. .rune cnimtiea hava been The late advices received from Liverpool 0friC,i,iy"isard fr'.m, the vote f..r Governor state that the price of Cotton had receded i j go close that the result is not jet posine- d. This news had the efieel lo depress Ihe Charleston market on the 15th instant, and unsettle tbe price. During the week, ending tba lO'.b, 7,007 bales weie sold al prices jangiog from l'H to 13g. At Columbia, fur the week ending on tba 15th, 3,751 had been old at prices ranging at from 12) to 13 20. 100. The news by the Cambria had the effect to depress the Columbia market. At Camden, on the lOtli, il ia quoted at 12 to iaj. At Cheraw, on the 13th, it is quoted at Hi a 12 ly known. 1 his cannot be the case many hours longer, aa Tue-dav waa tiie day ap pointed by law fur tba official canvass in all the couiittes. NEW YOliK CO.NORESFIONAI. DELECA "1 IUN. The following is a correct list of the sue cessful candidates for Congress al the late election in the Slate of New York, an equal number of both parties having been elected : worthy of note. When regular etenm com intmicntions are established 3 result which wi.l tike place at an early day lha trade with China will increase in a rapid ratio. A San Franc sco letter of September 17th says ; " Ths amount of remittances to Chins from this . . . . : i . : . - . ... : ... . . v. . - r,. i t iili'.' eul kiauvMiuniiiH luui ill, jmuuiv.n.itviii- .... from Durlingtoii county elect the whob W hig d.p,r; WMk y ,nd ,h,.nMmp,ic)n of (;llin. Assembly lickut. Also that tha Whij main- j fabrics used here le immense One large commie. ber is elvcled in Moiris county. Tae Ga-, slon house state that their svsrugs rcmiltsDcs msnlA. atte says : " These chiingea will redicsi the ' r,r sevsrsl monihs lael pi is fully equal In Ihe . . ... i li i asm of one hundred snd fifty thousand Mtiican m..j-.r..y ol m r oppementa in the Assembly . dulUr,. 0lh h combi,d . ,,,., .,,, or ll Mr. llJXsey, of 1 lassm, be , ta mueh nmrs. and Ibis wsy tilrtr currsncs is ho coming moro snd more diffi nit to obtain for tha A MODEST EA1 F.R A fiiend has furnished the New York Commercial with the following memoran dum, made on tbe spot, of the numbor of ar ticles eaten for supper by a fellow paiaenger on board 'ho stesmar Knickerbocker, from New York for Norwich, during the present season: 1 1. Mararonns. i Pesrhrs 13. A cup of Isa. lo lour rouuted in '.he minority, llin majority is re duced lo two. In the Senate there isa lie." FLORIDA. The Democrats have obtained a mijnr'ry in the Legislature of Florida, whether of one member or four ia not yet ascertained. The Tallahassee Seminal ascribes this success of the opposition solely to dissensions and bsd manage meat in the strong Whig eountiss. A United States Senator ia to be elected to auaoeed Mr. Yulee, whose term of service erpisea in March nsxi. H'Aii'S. Ohadiah bowne. J. H. Hubert tlaws. (,'eorge Briges. James Brouss. Marios Schoomaker, John L Schoolcraft. John II- Byd. John Wells Henry Reonett H. S. Wslbridg. William A. KackelL A. W, sichermerliorn. Jededisb Hosford. Frederick 8. Martin. S. U. Haven. Aug. P. Haacafl. LoreaiO Burrows. Democrat!. John . Elovd. Kroanusl B Hart. Abraham P. Ktevena. Gilbert Dean. W illiam Murray. J.eiah tlulberland, jr. David L. Seymour. Joseph Russell. Alexander il. Bus!. Preston King. Willard Ivos. Timothy Jenkine. W. W. Snow. Loander Bsbcoek. Usniel T. Jones. ' Thomss Y. How, jf. Ksauea Kotos. DELAWARE. As wa apprehended, tha Democrats aided by the Temperance t tket, iinve c irrml the St lie of Delaware. They have electedlheir Governor, Member of Congress, snd s ma jority of the S'ata Legislature, which will give them also a I; in ted states Bennlsr Their msjuiiy for Governor is tbiiiy-six vutss. ordinsry transactions of ths city" I. Brsndy peaches, 2 r'ri'd livei. 3. Oyatere. 4 Brandy peachve. 14. S. Knsd fish. 15 b nisekherries K 7. Blaiie man;e. 17 H. t akes. H 'J, Bnafaleak. 13. 1U. Peachea cut up. All eaten from one plate at a coil of fifty cents. Do. do. A glsas of mi k. Iu. do. A glaas of wstar. Hot biscuit and hrssd. Do. do. d i. A curious exhibition is in course of pre par ation for (lie World's Fair, by Mr. Wyld, m. r-, i no eminent map engraver, tie is constructing a huge globe of fifty-six fset in diameter, which will le provided with a con venienl mode of ingress and egress, Th d i IP-rent countries of the world will bo repre JKNNY LIXU The Home Journal records a new act of benevolence on the pari of lha Erdk "Nightingale," and which, it is said, used s'l her insenuilv lo keen secret. It this : During her first vi.il lo Nsw York t Sw sent up s aol in his nuttve language riqn"- il;g loses her. When ibe young insn c" in she rscojni.rd him st ouce as sa old f,y fellow whsu the) ere rhil'lren Inge hfl it scboul. She an i'ied his cireumiann i kl wss a cabinel-iiiaker, rvaidmg with his sits nd children in Uruoklyn. Iho nest '; anny droia ovar and mude the wileol a" echoulfellow a lone viail. Again, the c ay, jut before leaving for Boslun, aks call ed. The husband ws no I at home ; gave tba wife a note fur him he opeordtl on his return; it contained a request ths' wi uld sllow her to givs to bis chtldrsa a inento of their fathor's si hool friendship ail Jeonv Lind. The ' inemeoto " wassrM for ten ihotitund dvllurt. I he sdilor this is tiue in all its particulars. Tha rich and fashionable, thsy aay. not got a visit fioto Jenny. There is r verb which reads thus: "Tha t " rstKMis to them iho pona drsw An elderly gentleman, accustomed Is "in dulge," entered tha room of a certain inn where sat a grave Friend by the fire. Lift ing a pair of green spectacles upon hs fore head, rubbing bis inflamed eyes, and calling for hot brandy and water, he complaimd to his friend thai " his ayes were getting veak- nr and weaker, and even spectacles dd not aeem to do them good." " 111 tell the friand," replied the Quaker, " what I think. II thee was lo wear thy spectacles over thy nautb Car a few months, thy eyes would get mind again." v'. - . ARREST OK FUGITIVES. Three supposed fugitive slaves were brought to St. Louis on the steamer Nsw F.ni-lsnd, a trip or two since. They were arrested in I semed upon Ihe inner, and not upon the oulei the country back of Quincy, Illinois, and al the time of their capture were mnking Irnrks lor the lnnadas. We learn they bad bean absent from their owners some tuna, anil up to the time of the passage ef the fugitive slave bill deemed themselves safe with tha Missis. sippi alone between themselves and the own ers. This is the first arrest in ihis section under the provisions r,f tha late fugitive slave law. AY. Lwiii Intelligencer, i'h. suiface, and the interior will be fitted up with galleriea and stair cases, ao as to enable tbe viailer to make a tour of the world, and visit each of lha countries whose industry or pro duction will be displayed in Ibe Great Lxhi bit ion. Lnghih I'aper It has been very genorally staled that A in in ley, the Tuikish Envoy, now on a visit to Ihis country, had six wives, a plurality of wives being allowed bv the laws of his na. live country. He lies, however, requested the editor of the Christian Watchman m car- reel tbis statement, and to say that he bas uui one wit. WOMAN'S DfcVOTIONi The Dresden (Tenn.) Whig Mirror, of the 27th ultimo, says that on lha preceding day a woman went to tne JH at that place, which her husband, a man by tha name Roberts, was confined on lha charge of per jury, obtained odinisaion to his call, and, to all appesrsnce, after a lengthy interview, de parted. Twenty-four hours afterwards it was discovered that her husband, dressed in her clothes, had escaped, and the devoted tsue was the sule is nam of hia cell. ho k" II There ia a. Ana in II KufV. MaSS., a . " " ft , scouirad lha kabit of cheain? lobnccn. j-..- o , is shunned by all the decs nt dugs of lhs o borbood. NKW AND CHli Li rsrsirr c..e...:... L..:... ..iied his Winter supply of 3 is determinsd to sell them sll off be!e.n1!"TjT nelt Spring, preparatory lo eommene-s - si TIME in his Nsw Building, now sreclinf. entire new Kltek. ..ener"1'' Ths Stock new on hand, eomposmg I t,li ttlttlti atnrtmtnt. will bs disposs" t alls low fur CASH, ar an shirt imw - Daslcrs. gRAH Chsilolto, Nov. 30, 1850. 1