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Persons nt n distance sendine us Ihe niimos of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy jrutis. No communications inserted unless nccom nnnied by the name of the nnthnr. (V-Oilico on the West side of the Public Square, next door but one nbove the Pos Cilice. ATHENS. FRIDAY, FEB. . I8&0. San Francisco, Dec. 29, 1849. You will learn by the papers ol the des tructive fire which lias just occurred here. At one lime all hope of saving any part ol the city was given up by every one As ii wan, it burnt gambling houses, hotels, re staurants, offices, s'otes, tents, dwelling houses, bowling alleys, store sheds, and lumber yards. It rained and blew a gale for three weeks up to the time of the fire. That morning was the most calm and pleasant conceivable. The next day it a gain commenced to rain and blow. Ii was one of the most remarkable instances ever witnessed of the visitation of the Almighty, eweeping, as it did, the principal and no torious, as well as the 6rst gambling estab lishments, where night and day, Sundays and week days, openly, uublushingly and boastingly, did Ihey violate the laws of totli God and man. Many have been ru ined by the fire, and yet the rebuilding commenced the very morning1 after it oc curred. The message of the Governor of New Jersey is a remarkable document of the kind for this year. It does not contain one word on the subject of national ipolittcs has not one single apostrophe of horror about slavery no word of commendation of the Wilmot Proviso. Coining from the 'Executive of a free Stale, rt may be set down as a phenomenon. The name ol this remarkable Governor is Haines. An association has been formed in New York called the Pro-Unionist and Anti Abolition Society, whose object w the ex posure of the ends and aims cf fanaticism, and the right of the South and only the South, to mnage its internal allairs and government; and to contrast the ine quality, misery and poverty of !ree whites with the condition of slaver. The original manuscript of the Farewell Address of Washington was disposed of at public auction, at Philadelphia a lew e.ays since, for the sum of two thousand three hundred dollars. The Itrt.M. Uoardman was the purchaser. A farmer in Rhode Island, now 52 ye.iis of age, states that he lined with his father :ill 22 years of age; that his lather never gave him but G cents spending money, and nothing superfluous but one pair of boots; that at the age of 25 he was married, and has brought up a lannly ol 15 children, 13 or whom are now living, the youngest is 2 years old; lhaj the children of sufficient age have had a fair educaiion; that he has never owed mote than h? could pay an hour's notice, arel lias never paid over 20 cent. nit:res! money; and is now woilii a Inile moiu-i'v, notwithstanding l,e commenced without capital, and his heallii lor the lat (en years has not allowed h.m lo do a full day's work. POMGAMT AT THE SALT L.AKE. Til New Orleans Delta publishes a letter from (he Salt Lake, the capital of the Mormons of Deseret, in which the writer confirms the statement previously made, that, under the Mormon martial law, a man may have a many wives as be can support. He says the successor of Joe Smith, is a man by the name orBrigham Young. He is a very shrewed fellow, about 45 years of age and is better off than any of the rest of the aims, as he hie twenty -six wires. Others have eleven, fire, three and two. The aame writer say that tbe only lie that binds these people together is bigamy. It it understood that, hy the will of the late President Polk, the whole of his slaves re to be liberated on the death of his wile. "Am I not a little pole?" inquired a lady who was rather short and eorpulent, or a crusty old bachelor. "You look more like a big W lhe b,um Keep hint at least three pace distant Who bites musk aod the laugh of a child. FROM WASHINGTON. Washington , Feb. 10. The Representatives from the State of California arc here, I had the pleasure to meet Dr. Gwin, Senalor elect, this morn iiie. The Representatives elect, Mr. Wright and Air. Gilbert, are hero, Col. Fremont is unhappily detained at Panama, by the Illness of his w ife, and I regret to learn that she was thought to be in danger. The Repiesentatives from California have had a long road to travel to this seat ol Federal Government; but they will have a longer road and a rougher one, 1 fear, to travel, before Ihey get their seats. I am bound to stale lads, howevor disa greeable they may be to the narrator. The propositions and discussions on the subject of slavery here tend not Jo conciliation, but to exasperation. I know of no compromise which has been suggested, that will heal wounds already indicted none that will not aggravate (hem. The prospect is that the Southern men, or, rather, a majority of them, will tesist appropriations, alter the Revenue and Census bills, until the whole subject in controversy be settled. I have stated this before. But lest you should deem it a mere suggestion, elicited from the heat of excited discussion, I may state that Mr. Clingman, yesterday, announced to his friends, smong whom was the writer of this, that the propositions made in his speech would be carried out that he was certain that he had forty-five members lo go with hiin. If, said lie, we have a col. lision, we do nut mean to have the army and navy against us. Mr. Clingman is, hy some cf his South ern friends, considered as rash and extrav agant; but, I must say, that, in view of his whole course and object, he is right. His object is to show to the Northern men that the South is in earnest; and I know that he has brought Northern men to a stand. He takes the only course which can preserve the Union, nr rather the harmony ol the Union; for dissolution, other than theoreti cal, cannot take place, at least, without civil war. I am happy to turn from this view to another, which shows that the North is awakening lo a proper sense of the danger and difficulties of the crisis. A Northern Senator shewed lo me, to day, a number ol his letters from various parts of the country alt ol which deprecated the Wil mot Proviso, or any kindred measures. I read one very able letter from a Wes tern Judge, an old Federalist, which was as sound as it was lucid, in exposition of constitutional principles, on this subject; and going far aitead of Mr. Clay, he shows that the abolition of slavery in the District ol Columbia is uncoHitilulional. I read letters, loo, from prominent Whigs, which are fraught with just sentiments. I notice, however, that there is a leaning on the pari of the northern Whigs towards Gen. Tay. lor's policy. One letter is from a source which I respect, and I give lhe following sentence Irom it, lo wit: "As hopeful as you are, always, of lhe prevalence of the belter impulses ol men, you will scarcely anticipate so '.borough a determination of all the well disposed among us, to take a t!Kve truly national position on questions connected with slavery." This is fron a Willi;, and io a Wtiij. A Pennsylvania D inocratK! member .i.l'ered to show me, lo day, iriimiiers of letters. The Northern men with whom I con verse, all say that ihey are urged to go ag'ainsiihe Wilmot Proviso, and nol one letter have they received in favor ol il. I except, of course, the small faction of Abolitionists, cf whom I know nothing, other than the rumor, in the papers, that Ihey are gelling up a convention, to meet in June. Be assured that no Wilmot Proviso can Has die House, lo sav nothing ol the Senate. Bui, to turn again lo Southern views. I have heatd ol a letter, and I do not feel ai liberty to say anything of lhe parties to il, which exhibits, in a definite manner, the views and intentions ol lhe South. This morning, some of Mr. Calhoun's friends called upon him, foi the purpose of saying that lhe Senate would cheerfully assign to him any lime that he would des ignateforthe purpose of speaking. Mr. Calhoun replied that he felt able lo speak now, but he thought it better to defer it for a few days. He did not wish, he said, to reply lo any one. He desired to express bis own views. He remarked that be was now satisfied that lhe people of lhe South were ahead of (heir leaders in movements on this subject. The Senators indicated by Mr. Butler, in his speech, as those who originated the Southern Address, last winter, were Mr. Mooter, Mr. Davis, and Mr. Turoey. 'I he Revenue Collection Bill has been a fruitful source of debate in the House. Mr. Holmes, of So. Ca., has taken a prominent pari id it, and in support of lhe commercial interests. The bill will be disposed of to morrow. Cor. Char. Cow. ATHENS, TliNN., FitlDAV, FJ3B11UA11Y 22, 1850. A GLANCE INTO IS50. Being gifted with a strength and perspi cacity of mental vision equal to the com bined power of two refractory telescopes, we propose "standing on this bank and shoal of Time" to lake a sight at futurity, and make a note ol such events as may be floating about there wailing iheir turn lo rappen. Futurity being as dim as if light ed by the New York Gas Company, we must not be exppctcd to get daguerreotype likenesses of things to come. Outline sketches are all that we can promise, and our readers imagination must do lhe filling in. The first event visible in lhe dii'ance, and about half between this and 1S51, ap pears to be a funeral procession. Hale and P. King, are carrying iiie deaJ body of i'Free Soilism" out of the Capitol, with Giddings following as chief mourner. On the coffin-lid is inscribed, "Killed by Honorable Compromise;" and some wag has chalked on the backs of the cofh'nbear ers and chief-mourners' "Othello's occu pation's gone." Farther on and not quite so distinct, we observe Uncle Sam and John Bull shaking hands across tho River San Junn. and a dirlv-lookinsr darkey, inn. n,..r crown, nmlisinir himself with eating a big cake of gingerbread, and drinking a jorum of arrack punch, which they have just treated him to, in exchange for the fee simple of a right of way over lhe mosquito bars in lhe stream. The Ju stness seems to be sett'ed to the satisfac tion of all parties the royal sucker inclu sive. At a still greater distance, close up on the line of 1851, we observe a series of tremendous explosions going on at San Francisco we suppose Hie place to lie San Francisco from the fact, lhat many ol the inhabitants are walking Spanish. Whew ! what n dust is being kicked up. Real estate, which seems lo have been blown up sky-high, is coming down by lhe rlin, and the nabob of yesterday, (i. c. fu turity's yesterday) is without a bob lo.-day. Whole numbers of inhabitants are reduced lo vulgar fractions, and bursted individu als lie in tiers, damning their eyes on eve ry side. The scene is loo awful we'll look no more. We have already strained our mental optics, and find chat penetrating luturity with a "gitnblet eye" is consider able of a bore. JV. Y. Sunday Times. Ladv Miners in California.--A young man Irom Maine, writing to his friends from California, says Ins party found, near the Sacramento, and almost thirty miles from any other digging, two intelligent and beautiful young ladies, with no attendant except an old grey-headed negro, whom I they had enticed to accompany them, and who is the servant of lhe father of one ol them. The eldest of thefe girls was not twenty. It seems Iheir imaginations had become excited by the gold dcries which ihey had heard, and they had determined lo iry iheir hands nt making a fortune. The old negro was past work, and was left in the camp during lhe day, lo look after the household a flairs and keep watch, while lhe girls pursued (lie ir mining operations. When lhe patty reached their camp, the old darkey was alone in it, but the girls came in during the day, and received their visitors hospitably. They expressed no fear of being molested or rubbed, ana said that they should leave for home when they had accumulated 8 lO.l'OO they had alrea dy gathered 7.000. They were ffom Florida, and the youngest ran away from school lo enter upon the expedition. A Sensible Jc doe. Judge Edmundn, of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, in lhe city of New York, on entering on the trial of lhe Aslor House rioters, laid down the rule that the juror need not answer lhe qcestion whether or not he had formed an opinion in lhe case. It is, said lhe Court, like asking a witness whether he himself has not been guilty of an impropriety, as it would be manifestly wrong lor a juror lo make up, without hearing the evidence, an opinion in tbe case. The Judge also alluded lo lhe great delay and injury, here tofore, to public justice Irom jurors, even by the hundred, haying been set aside be cause they had read accounts of the I ran sac lion in the newspapers, lhe effect of which was that, instead ofmencfinteiligence and! information being obtained to assist in the administration of the law, oftentimes the most ignorant are brought up. It has been (aid that the minds of jurors ought to be perfectly free and unbiased, when empanel led, as a sheet of white paper. That is utterly impossible in a community where there are so many newspapers and so many people that can read ihem. Who cao look upon lhe tears of the motherless aod the fatherless, as tbe bleak winds of winter howl terror inio tbe ears of sorrow itself, aod say as he clutches the money io his band, "all this is mine!" l would be well il many had suffered once in poverty, for then many a heart would know its duly. Circumstantial Evidence. In a plea for tin; suspension of publiu opinion in the case of men charged with crime, as in the case of Dr. Webster, of Boston, until lhe result of a legal investigation has been at tained, the Journal of Commerce remarks : Men do noi reflect that circuiiisinn ces may appear terribly against an innocent man. The rase ol the Hournes, Vermont, has not escaped the recollection of our old er renders. They were tried and condemnl to deaih for the murder of llussel Colvin. The sentence of one of them was commu ted lo'imprisonnient for life, and he was .11 fill - -.1. alreauy in iaiaie prison nt taoor. i lie oui- er awaited execution. The remains of the murdered man had, as was supposed, been dr:itrt "d, but nails, and bones, and but. toiis from his clothes were found and iden- tilicd. A few days before lhat named lor lhe execution ol the condemned man. Rus sel Colvin entered town, alive and well." The Boston Transcript says the Journal omits to mention the most marvellous fea" ture in this case, which was, that the nc cuscd persons themselves finally confessed the murder, their minds having been wrought upon by some worthy religious people, who actually drove them lo the bn- ' lief iu their 0T n Slllilt. Setfi.e Ofie:.-. When you commence business beware of giving long credits.- Sell generally for the cash, and trust only when there is a certainly that you will be paid. Long credits are the ruin of young merchants. They wish to do a large bu siness and are apt to sell to those who will nol pay for years, and perhaps never- How can they live hy trusting? Settle as often as once a year twice a year would be heller and know lo n moral certainly just where you stand. The trouble with many is, they wish to do loo much busi ness, and not having the requisite capital to credit, they fail in n short time and are ruined. Another good reason why you should j settle nflen is the avoidance of dlflicullies. law suits, and the loss of friendship. Who ever attempted to settle a long account without trembling- for the result. How lew have been satisfied thai they have had all the articles charged to them? Who can remember win I be purchased after lhe lapse ol a few years? "Long credits make short friends." Remember this-, uwl on no consideration, whatever, sufiVr yourac counts to remain ua.ettlel beyond a twelvemonth. Olive Brunch. Nodi.e Act ok a Giki.. An incident has been related to us exhibiting unusual ihoughtfutness and caution, if not heroism, on lhe part of a young girl, that decerves more liian a passing nniice. A few eve nings ago, just alter ilr.ik, a young female residing on lhe railrun!, nenr Sykesville, observed that the rain had caused a part of the embankment to give way, and en tirely cover up lhe railroad track. Know ing lhat the train of cars would pass along in a short time, she hastily and ah.'iie pro cured a light, r.nd fet In work lo remove the obstruction. I.) a ft w minutes, how she heard the train approaching nt a lear ful rate, caJ abandoning her humane ef forts to clear the track, she took hersniii'in in the middle of the roaJ, and by waving the light lo am! fro, succeeded iu attract ing the nttcn:i.;a of the engineer, who im mediately stopped the engine. In a lew moments mere, had it not been for the great presence of mind, courage ami ihoughlfulners, of this young sirl, the whole train iniihl have been dashed lo pie ces. Her nchle conduct is deserving of the highest reward Clijipcr. A centlenian informed u.s yesterday that the cholera had broken out in Washington, parish of St. Lrtndry, and that, in lour days, nine white perrons had died ol mat disease. The Opelousas t iazeile of the 20ili ultimo, confirms thi information ol lhe apper.r.-ncn of the matadv in Washington, ami exhort" its readers to lake precautions to ward ofl" its attacks. Acie Oi lcans paper. Reader, did you ever see a couple ol viperous old maids sit down and dissect a character for several hours, and, afier con cluding lhe delightful task of picking it well in pieces, unite in a protestation a- gainst the wickedness of slander? Or have S u never know., a person to spend I a evening ridiculing lhe follies and fo.- btes Ol n neiguoor, wnose greairsi laun, you were toid, was thai of baekhilinf flow very consistent some people are! A clasp lo fasten lhe bed clolhts lo lhe bedstead, and keep re-liess husbands from "kicking lhe kiver off" their spouses, Ue.. has leen invented in New York. Swallowing Poison.- If poison should be swallowed accidenily, take two table spoosfulls of giound mustard mixed in warm water. Ii will operate as an instan taneous emetic. The Democrats of the Indiana Legisla ture have appointed a committee, Robert Dale Owen chairman lo address Gov. Jo seph Lane on the subject ofi he presidency. 'taa-Jui'iiBnnunuuuji A Yankee r.xrr.in.MENT. The Lviin News, a rprtshtly Yankee exchange, says: "If some of the younsr men who Iliivo a strong desire in go lo California, with the hope uf netting rich, would voluntarily subject themselves, at home, lo some of tbe lir.nMiips ami privations which they will be compelled to endure in California, he illusion which attracts them lo (he land of cold would soon he di-pelkd, and they j won!. I he less raer to leave iiie cnm'nri of lioine, for lhe privations of the Iiie l nolil hunter. Take the three hundred ;lol- ars whi :li a I . passaue lo San Frat'i.'iseo lo it Hip amount of riidne costs, ninl aili which an indnsliious and steady yuns . mnn can earn during lhe lime ol the v sage, and a cood beginning will lor Hip accumulation of a fortune. Then live out of doors, away from any to vn or dwelling house, in a lent, without any cost for clothe?, and the other comforts which are not to he obtained in California; nnd by such means money oould lie laid tip here, as rapidly perhaps as in California. But it is a question, which seems never to enter into the calculations of lhe emi grants to the land of their golden dreams, whether wealth, when it is purchased nt the cost of so many comforts nnd conve niences, and at so great a hazatd of health and life, can be considered as cheaply pro cured. Wealth is desirable; but how many things are. of greater worth 1 Ak Im itation. "Mother," said Jemi ma Spry lo her venerable maternal rela tive, "Sam Flint wants to come courtina me lo-nisht." "Well you jade what did you lell him?" "Oh, I told him he might come; I wauled to see luw the fool would net .'" Virtue. The creations oTihe sculptor may mould into dust; the wealth of the bard may wither thrones of conquorors may be shivered hy an opposition power into atoms the fume of the warrior rnav no longer he hymned by the recording!;''"' ! niinslrel; the Imp tuny be uisappoiniru but that which halluvca the cottage an J sheds a glory-around the palace virtue, shall never decay. Ii is celebrated by the angels ol God It is written on the pillars of heaven, and red-Tied down to earth. "Little bov, how many kinds of fire are are there ? "Four, sir." "What are they called?" "Wood-fire, coal-fire, ciiin-fire, and fire away like fury." Cii n u'tf.i; We may judge of a man's character by what he loves what pleases him. If a person manifests de light in low and sordid (ihjpcts the vul irar song and debasing language in the misfortunes of his fellovrs, or cruelty lo animals, we may at once determine lhe complexion of his character. On lhe con trary, if he loves purity, modesty, truth if virtuoin pwrsmti engage his heart and draw out his iifivctions We are satiffird that he n an upright man. SAfini'icn of Hi m f.it'i: in War. A l'aiisiiii) paper, (I, a l'rcsse.) which enjoys a larger circulation than any olipT journal iu Murom-, has recently presented tin appalling picture of the; results H' Modem wars. It :ippear lhat one million two hundred tlioii;nni men enrolled in the armies of France in LSOo. only lUO.OOO were alive in 1SI1; and that between 17!)1 and 1;.'5. -Jl years, no less than 1.500,001) Frenchmen were blown lo pieces by 'Million, translixed by b lyouets, bt o't down hv iinisKclcers, or slam iv S1 i lu es or broa Is words, i'et, hv all tlilS I sacrifice, she did not gain permanent , possession ol one squue luenoi giouiKi, bevond her loinier territorial limits. The London Times, by way of com mentary on these horrible statistics, computes that the loss of the allies in the war which cost I ranee so much blond, was about 10.000,000 men cut to pieces m mo prime en inc. mi much (or the wars of royal butchers. Jliiihl a temple to Ambition, llae it in an empire's neck, Ye, who bmv in ue-ek submission At a sceplrp d t rant's beck. Senieh earth's bosoul fur lhe slaughtered, And wiih hones lhat lh re be In I Ol Hip millions il h.m martyred, IMclhe ghastly pyramid." I.tFB in Cami'orma. A person wriiing lo the ,. O. Delta from San Francisco says: "Almost tl.e lirst per mm I metoinny arrival was the Uev. Dr. Farley under whose preaching I have sat for years will) a box un der his arm, peddling patent medi cine in the streets! He has now got II ! (I - . along so we:i in iiie worm a, io open nn eating house, and tells me that he I is doing well. I also saw, a few days' pco-i. It ws tue l.ijicg themselves, how- ngo. Col. Nanford, aid to the Cover-ever, who were Urns unanimous nobody nor ami Solicitor General of Georgia. ''' of course, believes n. engaged nt a dollar an hour, beating! ' n l:i8 .Irnm. t. call nponlfl torrethorl .,(,.us.,Hr.,nus, ,lir'e, as the fellow said t an auction." r Volume s. number 74. Wi ki:i) Imposture. The follow in;; from a New York paper, exposes a pinciico which appears to be quite common in our large cities, and some of our small ones too. Wo aro not quite sure that a profjssionallj Italian female, wit!) similar appliances, was net in our miJst some 3 or 4 weeks a0 I "iVo (toHhi many of our citizens have not ii-e.i a wrctelieil Italian woman sit tin;: at the street corners with a pale, s:.:l;ly infai.t in her arms. She nns wore;! ;i!l inquiries hy shnkinir her head, mtiiterin "nan Inglcsa." arid !inilii:i: fuiiii her hand for ulms. The I)0r,r inf int senilis i!vinr. nnd seldom 'en its eves. Uoth moiher nnd child in: ..hit- thr . 4nulor'" j ni(!al for r.limity was lllierallv res poiuiud lo, In accordance, however, with the wishes of the Hoard of Gov- ertiots of lhe Aims-house arid the orders of 1 he Chief of Police, for the suppression of street hcjrmn'j, this woman was arrested on last Satur day, when the child was found tightly bandaged from its arm pils to its feet, l'reventcd thus from breathing free or acquiring the use of its limbs, the tortured infant had thus been kept in misery to excito the sympathy of passcrs-bv, and increase the pains of its unnatural parent. The child was placed in the hands of a nurse and the woman locked up." Ann you Kixi) to Vouu Mothek? Come, my little boy, and ou, my little i;irl; what answer can you give to this question ' Who was it that watched over you when you were a helpless lube? Who nursed you and I'otnilcd you, and never grew weary in her love? Who kept you from the cold by nL'ht, and lhe heat by day ? Who guarded yiui in health, and com forted you when you were illr Who was it that went when lhe fever made s-Kni lee I lint, ami your pulse qui.'k and hard? Mrho hung ver yo'tr litik: bed when ymj were iVetl'ul, mid put your ronling drink to your parched lips? Who sting the pretty hymn to please you as you lay, or knelt down by lhe side of the bed in prayer? Who was glad when you began to get well! and who carried you into tint fresh air to help your re covery? Who taught you how to pray, and pently helped you to learn to lead? Who has borne with your faults, ami been kind and patient in your childish ways? Who loves you still, and who contrives, and works, ami prays for you every day you live? .ow, then, let me ask you, Am Ime Kind to your mother ! There are many ways in which children show whether they are kin J or not. Do yon always obey her, and try to please bet ? When she speaks arc j on ready to attend lo her voice? or do you iiegL-ct what she wishes you to do? Do you love to make Iter heart feel glad ? A Novki, W until :i:. A newly appointed magistrate in Habersham county, was lately called on lo join a couple in the holy bonds of wedlock. -iot having teeeived his Copy of the '( Ji oigta Justice" and never hav ing performed the infeiesiing ceremo ny before, he was tit a loss how to pioceed. At loiiotli ho htt upon a plan. Making lhe parties hold up their hands, he said : "Yoti and each of vou do solemnly , ,. tli.., ....ii i, !1l ,. f ,iim tli; fkfli. , . ,liti,s of liiisli.'iiid ivifr. , l)u. J(.sl yojr sI;jll n()j ;ibi,j(v g() hu! V()11 Uaj Wo rca) jj,.,. the c-reuionv more tlittn the long and foolish flummery practiced at wcd dins commonly. Uw to timcii Cini.nitn.v. The following from a sheet of nv. Charles moksol Joslon. accords precisely with mir notions of w:.at consiiiutes the li ne mode ol leaching the yonii: If yon find an ettor iu lhe child's mind, follow it up (ill he is rid of it. If a word is spelled wroiu', be sure that the class is liht In: hue il is dis missed. Repent, and fix attention on the exact ei ror, till it e-an never be committed aain. On-! clear ilistinc'. idea is worth it world ol musty ones. Time is uf no consequence in com parisui with the object. Give the child lull posses-ion of one, distinct truth, ami it becomes to him a centre of ItL'hl. In nil your teachings no matter u hat lime il lakes never leave yew pupil till yu know he has in his mind vour exaot thought. ( fcM AwM n VValervi,N Mf f unanimously. t, .i i ihp ladies - k,, o bew o. b.b, while ni. wile chopped I ihe wood.