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an. e jj IB! DrO YCmCnlS in CLlirlottC. 'e'e '''' ,no,e 'M8' much in-'the blood of fiends, and be pointed at as Ihe t i j I ki r 11 Itrtated at themeelvea 10 the welfare of tne I record of a fall mora deep and awful 10 Hide- vvt are pleased to learn lhat our lellow- Soyih, and who ha kad bailer opportuniliea aceni, lhao thai eouequeiice people towniman Robert H. Brawly Esq., haa ten- for ascertaining ibe hopeleevnese of drawing J the infernal regions ; and if it be allowed, that meoced preparation! far erecting a fin brick any other Slaie-lo our support, there ia a j ibey should buld communion with devile, let building on bia lot nearly oppoiite Kerr'a Ho- f d reotoo lo hope and believe fw. aom j ihem be consigned wiib their foul piiiia to , i i, .mi jj .1 . .t r td firaiton of Iheir extreme opinion, and 1 the lowest sink of ihe dslhned. Thia, and tel. It w,II add greatly to the appearance of ha, ,kji ff om whjch J , ,o hjm nd (hf , hi, f uh. that part of ibo town; and we hope Ibat by chief haa been anticipated, will rcauli in pos- jlrssly tear from ihe coronet of Union any if the time be gels hisnew building completed ke iltvegood. On the oiher hand, there i some I ii geoia, or thai ssfcer a link of ihe golden will hate secured the principal arliclo of fur ",,on 10 fer ,ne nich theae aideni ' and saered chain. l"u ibis, and worse ih . . a fti i n I r .- rr n I lew me ft mxtti infuim inln ik,... ..(, itnta in liiew knit I L a. . lli.it tsvi!t nuv Ik htnnri1 I niiure necessary lo add beauiy to lua domicit. . . , , V i , . ' ' . . , . . . . . our citizens, no irom inotivrs oi csuiieg, are 01 iranora, wnn inai wnicn treeaom miru Granite Range is progressing rapidly, and d,t,(seH lo remain qmei. But Ihe operation arrund the altar plecre, where have been en it will euon, by ihe aleady industry of the of these i x'einal causes, such as the total ab shrined " Liberty asd I'.nih.n, one and ' senceof all sympathy in the entire eoulh with lflTAR aiiLE." South Carolina, roust make the moat despn- Tlia ia an ' Ana'hema Maranalha " fur j rale of cur secessionists pause in theircareer. you no mincing of lerma no il'a aud anda The reasonableness of the policy of wanini about il he romi a dow n on the quare like ID" WILLIAM THOMPSON", Esq., k our a. ' Col. J. H. Wheeler haa appointed amenta for the en peraiion of other Steles, where a " th. tisaiid of bricks." cent in Baltimore, authorized lo obtain sdrerliee- I jn j,t geteral counties of the State to solicit 'bete ia 'he most absolute identity of interests, Queie! IWi the above curae apply lo ment. and sub.cripti.ns, and to grant receipt.. , ..;, ,. rv .1, r . nuM m, ike the meal ultra of. .Ur eaeeaaioniale aecertnu.nia-or ore they engaged in' the rrp w fiDo r. i.n,...ni.n tkm. .ii I uoscriuers lo h it " tkeichea ol iNoMh Car .. , aj-t. . CAKK, fcq . i. our iftnl in I hiladel. J with ureal fmce. prie.oithv lak of preaerinir thia beaull. p iii, authorned la obtain adrcrtiaementa and pro. ; o ina. Jami a Sloan, of Iredell, is II cureubcription.- - , - . -p i ne pumic niiou in in oiate ia oepininrj; iui -coronei 01 i. ninn. auppiwn ouyin or ii, ia cccnon, ana w uip every one, in lie aioued lo ilie iniminenl danger In eve Carolina mioutd aeceae 9 nope ner ponil WEDNESDAY, Mav 1 1, 1S51. ; Contractor, be ready fi r the cccunama. A SI RE ENOl'OH I'XION MOVE. , Fn,m the H otkinSto Itruutlm. Dr. Collme, of Georgia, ike owner of li e MR KIltTT AND THE CUNSTITUTlo.t lava Shadrach, bo waa reacued from the. There are aome oatha which h.. 'into a nroveibial diarepute. Curtom . Skflchfs of A'oilli Carolina. irv r Pjivr;..n,,ii,,',;..j . eeira adrartiMmenta and aub.criptio.-i at bit efficta ' ho desiiea a corrrcl history of ihcir ou industrial pursuit with hich aeparale ae. cia at leaat will,) will that act ' aever in Beaton, Now York and Philadelphia. Scale lo ihe preaenl Im e to autocrine. The Cl'""" fraught- Mm who have been a link of the golden aacred chain," or will il r- , . . quif I and silrnl under the movenienta r our more aironcly bind Whether the linkaefthia I SI! hi ri Ml I nn r . ifn I mi!' I .I.J Lr. M ..1 na.a . p " . " i. , fin. ilician. are hrviimmo lo oxkn ,in. odain 7 fficera of the law, in Boa'on, and ia now free Barber in doaloo, wniea oo l tie auDteci, 0.ik, ir. ur .k . B.Ure. A. i , of Ihe Union in the following impreaaive juriea, they eay, Jove laugha." So ,. terma. They are more remarkable because ;nrb merely ceremonuma aweartnK -7 k a gieat many othera hate pronounced ihe ,hed by law. The coiinable ia awor. Uaion not longer worth having, for the rev- ,ffice. The allorney aveara, and that on that Shadrach carried eff: "And ael each after hia faahion; and lo tWT alihougb I would not follow the example of ararwg the idea altachea of greater or I ihe Great Carthagenian General, by awear- .ancli-y, atcoiding lo ihe character o' ih" mg my children lo eternal war upon ihe op. I ,, ho lakea ihe oalh upon hia lipi. -i , ponenla of Ihe Government, yet ao important ju,0l4, oalh haa been icgaidedaa one of k, ! and to (acred do I connidor ihe cause of (he npM, ih-jugh we bavo lately he. id of j Union, that aliould it ever be my foilure to ' ,jct gjn f)0ln ,nB pu(,i, ,,,umin ,L T present a aon at the altar of any Chrialian , ouj i,e i(jue l0 ....i-.- ;,. , . " cbuich for il filee, 1 ahould ileaira the font I Pnt oath required by the Conatituiion of ii! 10 be fi led whh Ihe mned water from ihe t'niied Stale wh eh haa hitherto be.n co. , four quartera of the republic, that ke mi(hl ; dered of the moat aulemn nature and the m ", IT 'e ara authorized to announr ATLAS J DART, AN aa a edndidata for Cor.frre.-a at th next Cocgretaional election in thia (lh 3d) Diatricl. Sy The date on the oulaida ought to be the 14th inttead of the 1 3th. P" We are rfquesled to date that a pub lic Temperance Meeting will be held at the Court House on Thursday (to-niotrow) even ing at candle light. AJJresiei by several d s injuiahed cpeaker may be expected. p ate that will accoir.pan) the work will be i The expression by theae men, of these ad worth Ihe price. It it a tree representing verae opimoos, ia beginning to tell ufirlilie Ihe manner in which this Siale has snrW ; PVW'C mirtd. arid a more holesomeVe acfion j , ., , of public ernliirent j hevinninv to b aeen ; from Ihe three countiea compoaino it, at its r i. v . . .t i 1 r B and felt. Were It nril Ihnf ,ilir nnttlirtar.a O.heta may draw the concluaion. ALET11ES. A SILVER MINE IN VIRGIN A. In the hurry of gelling to pieaa last week 20th of Mar. Next Tuesday it the ever memorable 20th of May. Erery son of Mecklenburg and of North Carolina should welcome its return with the liwelieat p'easure. We are pirated that rxertioo are being made lo celebrate it in abecoming manner. A procetsion will he formed, the Mecklenttrg Declaration read by Col. Williams, an Address be delivered b) Junius Fox, Eq., and after these exercises a barbecue will be served up. Person wishing to contribute in aid of the Bsrbacue cm do so by informing the Committee. first ettlement, giving the different divi-' have placed the S ate in a ainat a kward di-I aions, names and the date cfihs time at winch . lemma, there is little reason to doubt, no ic-, we forgot tocall attention to ihe advertise- each county was creeled. , "nn 0"lu n" ''nipied. Ii is ihe discredit ment of Messrs. D.ucker &Suinier. They ' which would reoull from an apparent ahan- - , . l r ' J a j ... i , - i , ' -have a large at'Ck or gm,6t, and are aVier- VI ri y dnnnienl ol their pi-rrous position 'hat pre-, i . J. I'arcan, Lsq. vents mnn from iseriiP" l ic rei o' Ihe mined, if i ffrmg inducements will make per J The fol'owing Card u copied from the i aecmiiimii. The gr at d.ficullv ol retree- sons purchns, no one shall leave their store jAnsnn Argus of the lOih insmi.l. As we! ''"' H'ncefuMy iH induce nany nienlourge without ohtnining the articlea they want iii,., i ft , , . me inn-1 viotrni hcimih: and indeed conati- j published ihe u marks of the Arjius. which ,. - . ' .. , !' . " iutei, in my jurgmei l, the groat peril of nur joriginated the charge of secession against ' oition. I Mr. Pargan e a'so give hi disclaimei . We' Bui I I'li-l il ere i wisd i and pairiolism 1 mutt slate, however, that t w iU do l.tm m ,',,',,a!h ab'e lit in eacane the i ,, . , , . ,. . clnoiii-rs w hich ni w mj r round im, ami lo iMiard . go.d with surne who heaid him at W udrs'j.i h ,, . . , ., . . , i ur kIIi.I little Svate fiom Ihe li'ithiin in ru. W hi eat I mon Curt we l.crd ihi.' ' flUPIir, u her diconiei.ied politic, n. IVTa ' respectable penilenien afMiried ilml the A r- have pased a.' 1 h i k . ike lurmi s onint : gus had nut mitrt-jirtstnuJ him. If this he a,;d ee,y w" !' ,!1 numbera of sesan n, in relation lo Ihe I'nM.n and Ihe so, and we baveecrV reason lor Lel.evi,... ,h"8' .h" h8le Urn Cwd "'brr '"""i1'.' j Comprnmiae measure, of Coogies : . repecting our political re all. n-t. , it, it is very pa:n that after fee tng he pulse of; ! " A-lilJiiTo.' Jamaiv 1 1, 1 651. the people and finding them opposed to seces-1 he full proceedings of j p.-.r S.r : I ! the honor to acknowl sion he finds it advisable lo chanjra h s roai-: " rerommi-nos separate i eoge tna ieCe,p. ot tne .e.o.ut.op. p.s.ed by lion. But Ii Call and try them. A LEITER FROM THE PKESIDENT. The following letter was addrrased lo Gen. Pierce, who hud enclosed to Ihe President certain resolutions adopted by the Ne llamai.na Conatitutioiisl Convention at its be truly baptised, in the. elements ol me v- stringenl obligation. Every Sinator on ..J mon, so that in after lile Ihe associations lng his aeal u required to bind himself k most deeply impressed upon his mind would 01,h or affirmation, lo support the Consl.i? he the Union of bis country with the wor- tin. shipofGed." Not many weeks since Mr. Rheii nf K i. Carohra. in Ihe presence of lha Sena's and of his country, bound himaoir hi . ...I.. The Charleatown (Va. Spirit of Jeffsraon oath to support ihe Constitution. He i,H, says lhat there ia every reaaon lo believe this oath voluntarily; il waa not necesasiy that a silver mine has been diecovered on Ihe for him lo become a Sennlor. W4i Hid it farm of Messrs. James and Daunts McSher-' meau T Wsail a mere ceremonious jirg.l ry, of lhat county, situated on the eaal back Waa il a amuggler 'a oalh lo a false mvoiref of the Shenandoah river, and at Ihe baa of Or waa il a solemn pledge, in ihe faeeof ht! the Blue Ridge Mountain. ven and the world, lhat he would sustain, up! The mine was dicovered some months hold, support ihe Con-iituiion of his couiitiy since and a email specimen obtained and for-' against all foreign and dimea ic enemm warded to the Philade'phia Mint to be essay- How l as he redeemed his oalh T ed. The superintendent of the utint hss re-' lie hss reileemed il by industrir,u,!v tfp turned the same made into a ten cent piece, ipg to overthrow Ihe Constitution ,P and pronounces ihe ore as exceedingly rich, aworn lu auppnrt. He has ledrenedit (,y The ledge of rocks in which the ore n ini aerking to o'.ir up revolt ami leleilmn smii pregi.ated, is of imineus sizo. Every three 1 the Union, which rests upon thai Coim,iu. pouims ot rock, it is esMnaied, will yield .ne lion. Its has rcilrrmcd it by lha must m,,, is nave orcu snu ngrani vioianon oi it. Worse than J this he has ennfeaaed that at Ihe very lima, he totik that oath upon his lips, and fur fits THE UNION. and twenty Mai before that time. he haU- doltar in ailver. Arrangem mado for at once mining. his poi;ion relative to the if peal Slate action. -L-Ci. .- V- II l . .i. i... j. .i. en. ina ci a ie oi i-vew iisinnen re. w men ou r.L i."- -.- c?. in .i ii- nnit.eiaaioavineinuowinff: i . J ot the tugitive fciave bi.l will nut svhiI him " j transmitted lo me. I am highly gratified lo for if that law should be repealed and ano:her 'r' P''g'r, Editor of the Charlol'e, S.C. see Sta e afier Sia'e as.umiog the high and as good be rassed who wou'd ihii k of srees Vl,n'' ?d "'''''' Heinle ! patriotic ground ,n favor of the Union, now c 1 ! r..n. k.il t. I)-- m A I.J.. I m J . a I I. V .. II I. I i . , ii .. c . n niin iiikinn l.nnua aun- ocropo'o oy .ew ii.inipsnire, nu oeg leave e learn from Ibo Anson A roUS that it is s,on' ... .. : cialir.n. craved the indupence of th- merlinif to m-ke n.v rr.tefnl arlnlnalrilamai. i. ik. r , . 'D",c"' 1. : for addressing Ihem, but considered lhl he CnveHHoii lor ihe flittering leime in which .pplarf;;;: :o:r,r3;:e,oor i:::':!;.?:1 , h;k'-d ,; - p "... exp,e..ed ,h.,r .r.proba.,on of ,h. to. the jii.pain i gne abroad, and n doing me ""'''r'" ,r h" , n" " '" hear, ir mnveil the Eserii-ne i f llie General Government upon a great njurr in i Ma conj;ri sMor.al dKirul. il. at I o'""v i 'ioi' n:rn s mo oeen pnin, cu He Mil'tec. Iru'v. Iour, ini i ."tcui.onifl I i.ave no douui lha' yoo were riPjJl e (ifirjKn ( f e ileln e, lo N if'h m.aia.en in reE.,a .o n.y ticws oh n.e c, ini,e ol (. r--. his ad-pt-il Slnle. III. fort father eceeMon, ii.d l l l.ke a plva.uie in currt ct:n ..... 12 . r 1 L - -ri' c-u ii y. 1'1'iiomiis n nime'i wn a The American who can look fo'wsrd wiili nurainir hia infernal schnmes f.ir ihe diaanl.. calmness lo the day of arparaMon must be lion ot the Union. By his own boiat, he i more or less than man. He must be the vie-, a tiaitor of live and twenty ) ears slsndirg lim of corruption or ambition a prophet of And era we locull dainty and holiday phrases good which the most senguirie d-.r not hope, to cover up such bold avowals of perju-y md and ihe keen eyed statesman cannot foresee, i tresson t When the Paikers, and Gsruanrf, Thenceforward Ihe American Eagle shall and Phil'ipaes utter iheir insane dtnuncis drop the o ive branch of peace and giaap only unns of the Union, we call ihem by lha i.ane ihearrosof war. The hand that wri'es they et r III lo covet, and invoke for them ite the drela rilmn nf rlianninn ha II l-il I ka I.I.. .i Ci. il.-.. It - t. r ... Wenoticein the DroceediniTi ; he Convention lo revise Ihe Constitution of r.,rA. . k;- .:. .k. .l. . u j . ' . L O. . -T KT II .L- a a " " - inei suwuiu inuilia U IU IIIBi UIIIIO TI CU It A Xew CaoJitlatc. aulharised lo announce cn. Ill red DorLcry Bia candida'e fur Congress fur this District. The same objection! (Ins rpp- situ n to con veniiors) that we raised to Gen. D.-tckery iwoyeaia ago would apply now, hul believing them .. . . . . y..: u.. 1 u . l- - Hat the Cand.daleou"ht .0 be ear'y ,n the J .Trp , .s thai ,f the Eugitiv. j r.n. . e was now nan way ' Slave Law w.ia repealed at tne next or any aubae bark 111 hi fn'grimngw tu the Mecra o( his field, we give up ar.y feeling cf opposition we i'enl session of Conjrat, Nonh Carolina aa a so fathers. Mr. Ilmlter, with considerable may eotertato towards him for the good of "'"f 1t ""'V0 .Tvf'H Tx i "tr,es, and el. quet.ee. advoea-e au,- ' 5 I farlii-r ipr' ly atated thut I Ji 1 not holit 05 1 ,- "j 1 l. our came. And we do hope thai even W.'.i r the ccnititul.on.il right l Serea.mn ; but contend ' &',e 8C,l, n a,'l "suretl the convention. in li.e Iliifrjcl lav.lf flit thm um. Ii hat. a . .... - . . ..... . MILLAKD FILLMORE. II 't F-i k P.erce. Piesnlent of Ihe New Hitnpahire Reform Cn.TVenlio'l. PLANK KUA DS. reads it lo Ihe world she I at.fjin 111 the act. ' the bold ai d undiaouiaed Irea.on of the him. Th mountain lhat deviiiea it shall be the or. b!e Senator from Smith Carolina, daik mountain of death, and lha stream lhal , To the storm now raging in Ihe IVmt!o Il between, like the waiers of Egypt, shall ; Slate a day of ca'm will succeed. e r he turned into blond." Mr. fVrinaVs pro101' tiiot:c afachnients of her wie snd good tit at Charlittvn, 4fA rJdy 130. j izena will triumph t,ver Ihe councils i f the . bold, bad men, who seek Ihe dismembeimeni Some stress is laid by the advocates of the , f tr""ir country. This is not the first tins 1 . . - right i' iirtit 'wi upo in the ratification act 1 Hon, and a 'so in lhat of the Nw York Con ; ouicnes of grievance and calls for separate vention. In the former It is declared ihsl sudai rem n other Slates than South Car- iho nowers orai.te.l on,',-, .h. r..,,.i.!,.. "in n" earlier Itmca than these. .on the phiaseoln-y u.rd 11,1,1 P"!,,ICI'"' PM"1"? j"urnals have s . ' , iclaimcd after ibe fashion of Mr. Rhel' I Of the Virgin, Ur,v.n.;Th,fe , bn liUj iflj (! foU(!td palpab'r iofrjclad, the Matte bad ll.e ribt lo pro would touch a chord in tha ready bctn asserted ly the Demrcrati that tart lha property or the liherty of l.er cit.x ns : that young men of Nurth Carolina, 'hat 1 1 , , , , I c-jraidered Ihe repal of the Kujitnve savj a-t 1. ,l e . 11 nmora.iy certain that the; can, under Ibetr .. . open and danSaroas i0rr.-t.?n of that part of "n" lnPm.f""n ,h nv-onta-na lo tl tflkient leader, cury the D.stric', although tt- ronat.tution which guaranties the slava Maus onard to her aid. liea 1 Is of ihe wsu'd the sea- U'- .I..I - .L- .1 . We, learn fro ihe Favettev lie Observ- ' ""S J'ived from the people of the United f... "f ,. . ."'It. '1. - 1 ' 1 - ,, , .. n.fcj . . r. 0 - j.-.-w, ... ...... 11 -. uu Hitii 1 uuurrocu Ul r,, .......... ,. inn 1 ayrnc. . niaies, may ue reaumeo Dy mem whens'.over ; ih' . -II . 1 111 I . I W I 1 .1 ' viiiu anu rsiern rial k riona. curing the month of pnl, snioun ed to the handsome sum of to'.' 6 &'J F- r a m nad ueen such a lu give lares encoo- the same shall l perverted lo their ir jiiry 1 sgentei.l for lha repetition of ihe eaperimeni. or are we now apprehensive as lo the ic " - ..U1H....IIIR 1 , ,! . . . ... and r-nnreaaion : and in lim nri-nv In thm sri uout a week ol Ihs , . .' . ' .. " " " , ...i,. Ti. ,t.. r r. 1 , mnn,l, 1. I ,il-. ..?)!. 1... 1... i raimcaiion D ino. l ore irfirivemimi . . I" 1 for the previous ran of the month, on o efSrfned that Iho po.era of (., ve, 1 , , , i... i" '' apecica "i propeny. ara 111 each an e .own iBvcituiu.T us.ucu n ii.g iiiwj ji iv. vent the 1 The calculation his no doubt been made, that all ?cession 1Vh g would vi!e for the Dctn otratic candidate. But here ;!;ey are estop ped, for he, notw i l;s'.and.rg ha mihthate tieen hi previous c pin cn, baa on e out for "theUt.ion." L"l us '.hen r.ser.t an un. hroken front arid all jield i ur preference a area b'.aira wcti.d bava the r.ghl to pro. tect :httnelres 'i tiese views are in itricl srcirtlance with th Now, we do not pretend to know mch about the feeling of the young mm, especial- rcsohi ions I introduced into ihe laalLefi.'.tur - - " ' "ere, dih we oo Detieve Dial Itiere bt.,fen p I deny moat poaitire y 11 e doctrine mat a S ate are very few 111 .North Carolina lhat wou'd 10 work and nas a rigtil at pleasure to will, draw herself from the n . c .1. i- . . . L'nio . orll.stll.erram.r.oflhafon.i,iul.o-. ever fl-V '" S"U'h ( '0,,n" ,n "", her 111 lea oniy. We are g'ad also to see, from Ihe "Ob server," lh.it it is ihe de'erm na'i n of the Coiniiisioners for ihe projected Plank K.iad ment may be re. assumed by the people when sover it shill becme nccessar) tolhtir hsp piness." We here find the extreme nVif of rrr7u- ayeneville and thia place, to go ' B...B ... ...r ,,e..p,e ... ,e 1 bu.ld ihe Road as far aa the mo- i I '""'d S,,". f ' . . . ...1 l.j ...ii ci . uovernmeni snnun oe u-ii so omreasive v in live ert im tuaitiiuaw w 111 do, cni.nu 111s in tne nonu. 1 suielv come, n hen 1I1B Khetts and Ihe Ss- bro kv g ) iSe way of all who like Ihem, ha sought d attnc'ton in the paths of stdiuon and treason. 1 .. 1 i . 1 . . - - ni ii lit. nn mnnpr nnniira.1 '. ill i..n. i. .... liirnn.Q lOfll'l 19 .a MI'PI lil-h nnv.r. mi. in-i R pmi, n rivrlhinu. iki. .1 IT,... v. .1 ... u. ,(. nIIUUiii ill ' , . . . ... . 1 .1 - . . .i.. 1 . ..,.., . .-:r . ' ......... 1 (;":......... ..o.. R , - j.. k....ll",t,f5",d y rfrcrnrii-Aroii fAe purt , f '""sieg ,o mo union and Harmon .1 ...,..i.iU...v.,a aaitsiivHI Tauk.UlUIII.lal .1 r i. . . W lill IIIMin . - ,.L ' . . tnere are a lew w,,i. we have no doubt, rr ,ht our c.i,.. will ,.,r..',l " mfmhrr Ihe I men. low.th-i I am in favor o'a strict cor.ftraction of th. Ton. in every community there is a set of restless advan'atsKes lhat cannot f,l lo arise from j end let cur imtti be s " l.'.M , or THE enerl roerr.menl acts within its d.le',ld ow. ''t "ho have nnihinn In bind them lo the riiAci ical roMTirAi. tbl'tii.. Fn-mihe Spring frlU (.Voi.) ItepUl r.is. Umiom or THE W lltt; PaHIV We ar grat.li d lo see in ihe Boa'ori Alias n..ri WjJIG? rC It TI!X SASC !-l f.'.l. I .M-..N." A Xewaii'l Doirubli' Map. We hvi exirtii:i ii a ri' a MapLte y ,ub l.shed by Mr Jacob' Mo k, of B ihiiuore, Md. giving a fi.ll ijtcripM'iti cf t'rv t po-tion of North Amer'ca, emoracinj the Utnttrd Stites end Territories, H- i ci, Cmtral America, and the 'ei India Islam!, Canadas, Ne Bransw.ck and Nova hxot.a. h of course show the whole country, fr in the Ai'aniic to the Pacific Ocraii dfcln.eiiM ;; a i ihe old and new States by varied colors, also eiiowiti" the new boundaries of tiio rotate i f California, Ihe territories of Now Mexico and Utah and Texai a bounded by act of Congress. Il exhibits the d.fT-rcnt era, emir.iorot. d in the grants fpecitieri in thai in. -oil mid thej re'-oit e in nnv scheme s ruoieni, ii. ai ner acis are tne supreme law ot tne land ; bill whenever 11. e gen- ral govrrmnenl urorpa pn-e.-i r.ol de egaied to h-r hy th" t'onat.luliou, and in an open pa pa'.io, ar.d dingerouamanner in fiacta that instrument, lii.it ..e Mates have tne rihl incidental to niai k nd in tv- ry gr verninent, to pro. tcol ll.en.selvea rrom tyranny and orpreaaion. Vou'a r-.fpcLiu'l, A J DAKtiAN. where there is a propect ol helterii g their a tua'ion. The Convention aj iumt-d tine die, on the 6:h instant. lliarleeloa Convention. A Cor.vi o ion ol f) legato fiom the.secr. i Southern Rights Assi.cialu r.s, waa held in An Anathema. A C.-rre;i..i.()i-. t t, - fmni-hed us the ri.l lowing aiifiil.eiiia pronounced a short ltm aince hv the non d'cnpt erii'or of the Hor ne a Nei, ag4ii;st any one w ho would eniea vor to dissolve this Uninn. What saMalac- Iho Whig nar'V- !'i th s Oonioii ul ihe 'u i draw fiom Ihe Union upon any future cntii- 'here has been no itivunm, and we have .k ,k such a connectmn. In the event of the pro- " . ' " ' "" rev-.unon to inose sun -i -e.r,0 .r,ng....i Ul.l. il.. ,,. u ..i,...i, .r.k. ii t I ! are tiling to run the risks of its een-no personal teeung, personal rri'inirierstainJi! .- ...... ..-... V IFI.MO. Ill I .ITT iairL. BIKJ ; , , . , ... G.on Road - even ih.-ugh it b. hut a .em- ' "m ,be kffui a.b.trrl tl.mg for any Pr'.n.l imprudence. M e have never pora.v failure the benefits of a Piank Rn-id P""P declaration of il d.sea not and believed, f.-r a moment, thai the party .. , cnec'ioi. wnh Favefevillew.il be almost ! ''"'"'I "'"P"""0 " ' " org,(l,i,. ..... parly, divided. We have hsd no ... ines'miable. Hal. lira. "m r" gr'vernment ; for no orgsn z-d s s- i dence lhat any ni u n of 'he party ha i fur- j letn of government cn be expected lo con- ; ke n its piiociiiles. e have sun the ' " ' : . , ' .. I U I .... I I. I . i , . - THE roL'NTY OF MOOTER IIEJFCT' I) 1 pro"peCiive pro. mon tor its own cisso- " '"a- tj-iiuin s smiing sm v.ntr On Thurad.tv lar, the vote l.k.n i it,. , in iui v ." " t .c ci t:nu sol Kuhesnn and K ichmond, on when thoie w ho desne a revo ulu.n in a coun- , " a base seen all ihe bigs, and all lha he law of the Legialatu e lo create a new ', lr' " strong enough to accomplish i', and '"g prrsar-s in the Stale, icgsrdii g with cnuntv out of ponionsof those two. The " "ll;,n8 lo "'deriake it at the risk of , OM r "d ore mlvrcsi the S.-nstonal aliug ,, ' , i, . , i life and death, then ihe r'ghl may be exert- ' fi' and in regard to the result of this aim- proposition wa rejected hv an nverwhelmini! i i, , r . , . i " , , . k t ... a k. V ii ed, and he made lo become a fact mread of g . rd every consuliralion connected inj'irity. A lnend na lurnia bed us wnh , ., ,i l . , , , ,l' n- i , - 1 an alis' rnciion. '. 'bare hae been but one fcelmc and me Iheillicial returns, a lollows : in.. ei i a. " I Itut it is from the purpose lo reason ron- desire. Against new to. I r r.ew Co. ceimrir anextreu.-s cae. whii-h in ihin.in.. The Fui'itive Slave l.t the nnlv suV ! of thii'gs m tisl be exception ii I, and at variance J'ct w Lieh can mierfere with Ihe Imnii'tv j wi h all systems of government, lo reas n "f Whig par'y of M js.ichuelis, and . concerning such a case as though j! bi:lnrgd '""kin vain fur a difference of opinion m re in tiio ordinary analogies and reljiiois of .v- P'a " Ihroughont the whole ' hij; p ; eminent. liiltimort Amrrtcan. (lotion. To say thai the right of revo'u'ion ' shoii'iler, with a unrianuruty and harm. people, is simply lo say that 'aiely quel d, durng all Ibo last winter. learn thai great excitement prevails (Sutler and Mr. Orr had delivered speeches exhorting to moderation, but their advice was coldiy received. 'I heir speeches fell of Mexico and ea ui'ori llie Convention. I; is said that a Central America, shown g the route of the large rnaj-mty is in favor of secession that proposed canal by the Nicaragua Lake, the was to be expec?ed as ihe Delegates were, we route of the tailtoad now in course of con- believe, sent for ihe purpose of advising ep- atrustion atiun the Isrhmoa of Panama and arate Slate action. 'I he fuilowio ex met of the proposed loule from the Gulf of Mexico a lefer from a gemlenian in Clmrlfstoii, tu to the Pacific Ocean, the routes of atcam-hips thn Elitor of Ihe Fa ei teville Observer, from th great commercial por'a of the At- shows that a readmit it takti g place in the the city of Cha.ie,ionontl,5 h mstatit. We ' . p'ven us .o nave neara it . reua j isi atier il. c reaup g ol Ihe lollowti g lesolu'ion, which, we ur.derstar.d, was intro duced ly him : i Ey L. Cd.er, of the York Delegation' Retched, Action. - 1 We ihu.k if ever gulled jitle. w ii.ced, ibo members of ihe Convention would hate cer Majority 'airily exhtb''ed syniptom of rcaliveoess un der the iimferiictr ns. But lead the artieWi Robeson county H S Richmond do. 419 4;o 301 4611 F'Jyittetille Obnertrr. FOS THE CHASLOTTg JotaJIAL The H .n. Smnuel R. Thurston, late Dele gale inCongresa from the Territory of Ore- M'. Khior : ISelow I send y ou an rxtrafi B"n. ipd on iho mon.i' g of Ihe 9 h April, white on Ms way Irom Panama to San Fran-ci-co, on board the steamer California. '1 hs correspondent of the New York Etpress, who cornu umcates this intelligence, adds t " cninplained of illness at limes on the paasnge frrn New York to Chug res, and al Irom 'lie " llmneik ,it" is-o. d no Ihe 30tii ol M-nch It is under the Kihto. rtfll heMil anil of c ue rnni have heen pen oed h I e E'litor hlin.e . Whether litis ed I't.r is the a me w tm ri. wconducis the Tnie S. u'hron ' peihap ou can aimwer ; ihoogh lie nrst part ol the name has been rf ri His dis Unite to Calliomia and Ihe overlund routes pubic mu.d, nnil no mi r what the ipp.ar frcm the Slates, the aurve ofCol. Fremont, ence of li ings in y mlica e, the great bud A'bert Emory and others accurately laid of the people wt l do right. down, and manv other improvements ar.d , a . ,., ' I iiAHLtsroN &. C, April 25, liUl. names not lo be found in anv other Map ex- n i- t- ' r IJfur iri: huppiistoj; on leel concerned tant. ibis map is very handsomely execu- , ,ie poeitiori winch S..u h Carolina ha. as ted, is much larger an! more comprehensive turned. I venture lo aildiesa ji u on this pain- than enr other hitherio published. At luiiy interesting topic. . .. , 1 r',in....li,..,l h.:......r .1 : .... .. .1. . glance are exhibited the comparative ui' , """"" V"" man mat he continued to sink until he died. , -u. ...... . ".".iv.ii iu men in m.s inr ni,i, ,! nun won cuts asnnner Ilia A, ..,.. aod relative position of every ..division of (i..,u., M,i. ... M... T..- ....i....i : l.t i.!i i.. n,- .i.,... i..i. ..:...i. .... c. , e,,e w" d 'PD"i- v j i . '-. ...... 1..I.UU ioiii.il uitiui iiieomici, j North Airier ca. It hat been cotT.pil- d from complexion 'f Ihese delegates is already ss- - lei them both lie scorned of all men with ni Senator il win, who was a passenger in the the most accurate sources and w ith much la- : certained. They wil eome from the country ' contempt that would stump upon them a mark ' steamer, had been seriously though bur. It is btajtifol. comprehensive and ac-' delrr,n"ied lo Pre lne imrriedme action of deeper than lhat of Cain ; lei them be hung n" alarmingly ill, but was much better on , ,, ' ' i the S. ate, and will seern embody the pub i so high lhat human clemency can never rearh the D h ultimo. cur.te, and ake u.efui to acbou!., families, j ,,c fS. Carolina. But whenw. hem-be cul.fTao qu.ckl.v lha, d, hie end to the plofesatonal as well as Ihe business j recoiled how oinely these local caueuses Cy could never interpose, sod ink ao deep! INSURRECTION 8 IN CHINA, man. As it is sold at an unu.ual low priest J ,M! B"erned by a few. men, and thene men, Ibat the resurrection morn shall never awake ' Regarding ihe longstanding insurrection we bava no doubt it will ,net with a very j UCMa"" "io" r"'"l'l In immediate sc -.Ihem. Lat Ihem go down viler than Ihe vilo in the provinca of Kwangsi, we learn from widesalf W R Fish is ai-ent f th M ' """ "" " ' C" ,""d,y u" d"' (""" hpnr'! ,he-v -P'""?. "h''Ui a leer ibe Ov.rland Friend of China for last Janus- an4 will in a.b'rllimc visit the pe, Ii f de,t,"n",w " " " ''t! P"l.n of t,e to mar k ihetr grave, or a sigh lo call bark a ry that ibe di.tuibanees are increasing in v,. Ibi and the surrounding counties. i ' " 7 J ,7 . ; ..... nc nomid me in.urgent. were assemhled in oi tne M ite. e fi.ii nut ono or Ihem la ing of the excil enrii of ihe law, or iim u ta ling in any way the i.Iea lhat H is tiiejf.p lionalle, hill we find ail nf tl.rm vtti'l tJU'g lis exerution a. n Uw of tho land, and upp sing ell violent and factious cpposilnu ' ' The A'l.is Sesks Ihe Iruth when r' thre is no iltspoaitioo cm the part of b t' GREAT IltOVERY. The Kng'ish Railway Times has Ihs fol lowing: "The dernmpostiion of water- hss at length been obtained, and lhat at a mere ly nominal coal, and with unerring prciioii. This crest discover v. oricioalni? in Amen. ca, has been perfected by the experiments of ,""u,l'f ihe law by violence, or tu iiey e'f an eminent Oennan chemist, patented in the ' on "8 o;rer hand, the v lug P"7 three kingdoms by Mr. Shepsrd. The car-' ',a,,'"' '"''d i's chief ormanenl, and re buretted hydrogen may be formed to any ex- 8l,"'r' chief olemenl of sucress, a hia lenl. which, while nnm'c .sirrr an illinniimiirin uv AliiiKitr.MR TO Law aD Onni:H-" power equal to that of cel gas, is canahle of! ". Ihen, we all aland, and we rsn ll so during his stay in Panama. There was ' ueifg i'soif applied lo the same purposes as i cm",t ihose as foes who wou'd ilistnib ih" nothing, however, to cause apprehension 0fjslemat a remarkable high pressure. This P,!,'t:, harmony of sentiment and principle, satrious sickness until the morning of ihe 8th K also capab'e of producing an amount j ped. Here is the estraci :" Accursed bo the man lha' by thought, wind or deed, hrini'e thn I H nd J" i ,i T "n'"n. "f AP"'' "hen " "i his end,- "f "'"ne equal to lhat of live co, .,,d con- i " '' P""y "'e ,,un' 4 , ... uu...., i. . oic lull lame lii.n urn hio.n.11,11 .i.h.-l I'. ' ftin.i.ra k lanl rn.it ..I I.. . ! d.nl H.M In llie -I riirnl ttklnrh ia I.elnrS Oi ..inini. 1 nun mm nine i t j i.oc,ioj. u.icu 10 nci ns a ......... -- cotiibusithle agent in thn conversion nf watei "ln "' n' "d ialmn. Maci.ue." into steam. This tremendous power has been ! ',no 'n hands of unpr inciIsil (eii'-g"l,,r'' for amne lime cngsg'tig the attention of our j ,no Whig party must remain uniie" most eniincnl engineers, and will, when suf- i 'ie my ')0 'deemed. 'I he Nsln nvl f.cleiitly tesied.be experimented upon before! A' fi mait i ai ion, si truly Whig ary " ihe public. If suctesaful, as llici is every j c'p' 'frulod1 'lie (Joverniiienl, is sssstM present appearance of its being, the revolu- j '"Clmmsls ofevery name and grade. I'i lion it must i-flee I in ihe economic working! u"i(n n"1'' f,om lhe s"u'n ,lllfi'''- of iilvst ,.,! ;...l...l 1 1 1 lion al lh Nnrilt end xelinnal ODnoSit1"" 1 u inuciu ... riro nrmirii in, .. -. r. nil CottOD- be wholly untepre.ented. Still there them to humanity. Let eteeraitons be iheir treal strength within aixly tnilea of Canton, will be some persons in this convention, or ! n onumeni, snd curaea rise from indignant rather caucua. who will .(renuou.lv ntiuo.e Accounts from Liverpool to the 25tbull.,j immediate secession. In the cily of Charles- sjs's that Cotun bad further declined 3 bd Tnis ss eauav-d by the uti'avorable advices brought bythaCaoada fromthaUottedBtite. Ion, a large majority are strongly opposed in any rash or violent measures. When the country delep.ie, eow, to the- city, fcnd tnin- ho.om. at eery inention of iheir treason. As they lived wor.e than Judas, let Iheir lam end be worse than his. Lei their names be mark of horror upon hiatory'a page, and lei the record of their deed be inscribed with wun me avowed purpose ol subverting the present dynasty. The revolt had attained such a head that it waa Ihnught uncertain wheiher his Celestial Majesty would be able to keep possession of the throne. Phil. X ner. of Ttetdup. trade and manufacture where steam is em ployed a a motive power, ia altogether in calculable. Il almost opeua to the wondering gazs lha Utopian vista in which unskilled manual labor ahall be no longer necessary. Il is sufficient for us, however, lo stale lhat several of the leading railway companies are in treaty with the paientee, end lhat, con. quenily, if anything whatevar iscspsble of being made out of Ihe discovery, the reilway interest will possess at once Ihe first bcmfit and chief honor in its realization." i comes fiom every quarter. Il .'anda, how ever, on Ihe ground of the Constitution, i de voted lo Ihe Union, and executes lhe law- If ever lha U'kin mill rv where. O" an Administration its support, the tibligHin was never greater than now. Its position i in lhe very citadel of atrenglh, and around it lha W hig of lha whole country, can rally a man and without a question. If a man reaps what he eiffA wl"1 hl" veil of garment will lha tailor gather.