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JJSTICE AND EQUHLITY." THE OTTAWA FREETRADER. ttawfl, JJ'oPfmbfr 2, 1830. Democratic Nominations. For Sun Trtaturer : Ha. JOH5T MOORE. for Congren : lt D1.I.-C01.. WILLIAM H. BISSF.LL. 2,1 WILLIS ALLEN. 3d ORLANDO B 11CKLIN. tli Dr. RICHARDS MOI.ONY, Mh " WM. A.lUCHARDSoN. tl, " THOMPSON CAMPBELL 7th THOMAS L. HARlllS. For RfprueHtHtwt : JOHN FUSE, of Lit Salle Couxy. ABRAHAM L.FMLL1FS, of llrea. For Sheriff, R. KATON GOOPFLL. For Carinrr, DR. JOSKrH STOUT. A Sad Aitai.. Westop the press to announce the atnrtling faclibat Wat. K. Armstronu, former Sheriff of (trundy county committed suicide, at h mother ! re.ideiice, in thi. uuiaity by cutting hit throat. Election Xnt Tucsdaj, Xov. 51 h. Let every democrat be at hi wst. The w higs am busy and straining every nerve. Not a string has been left unpulled, nut a story untold, that could aid in the election of their ticket Let the democrats remember that they have the victory always in their own baud., if they will but be true to themselves. Let no petty piques or I...,. ,,lv,.,t Ia ... j - " erase the bigh pnvtl.ge of voting. If all the can- didato. are not exactly the men you wanted, and if even you feel it different ns to the result, ao far as tho m--n are caneernrd.thi. is no excuse for gi. Ting the common enemy of ot.r principle, iu all parts of the state and union, the jrntije of a vic tory even in on eouuty or representative district, and r.ibje.t.ng your own p.'rty friends to the nior tifi aion of a defa.t. Ifyott have no feeling in tho matter yourself, romemher your democratic brethren havo. Our ticket i. Coniposod coufeueilly of good nay the belt men. Let ev.-ry deniwrat, then, .1 1 .1 t. .1 - ....... a s.aii.los luc iioiuitiu. ions, ii is inn only wry ii j iniure success, and to I:co) the party together, i The very existence itself of the party depend, on this Stop That I-tet It ha. been ear earnest deiire to get along with the political contest in thi. county without 1 .com- mg involved in porsorul controversy with any i uf the candidates, being on friendly terms with all oflhsm, snd dc.iiing to continue liut in the manage.', of tl.o content for sherirf mean, have . . r i i t . i l betn made use of which are unfair, and which simple justice to o-ir owncaiididatc require, uf ua to expose. A handle is attempted to be made, amon? tho I .',.,..--,.. K ,1,. ,.,t;.i,., j . ... ...o, Vj ii. vuiiw.iii.iis .'jip-fsrvl to Jir. If (inodell, of the fact that ho eas nominated, on Friday l.ut, by the Liberty Convention at this ; place. It is sit.d he went into the coiiventi pledged himself to fupport their principle., and I Legzed Ihe Domination. Now. that there ia not ! a word of truth in all tlu, is as well known to the ! originators of the faljehol, as it ia to all the mam-j )s.r. r,r Ik.-, l;is, ri. r' m. t.. . the case are .imp.; th.se. iThen the question i came up in tho c a-.ven.ion whether Ihcy should I noiniiiatc candidates for sberilTsn, I eoronnrnr not ! it was determined, after freely canvassing Jhi - .uhtect to be i..exteiient to make sunjcci, to be lUfxpeiiieni to make nominations. Tlie reasons Ihat predominated appeared to he I about the.e. Although a prominent member of ' uib ii-iit'-miuii siriiru Ul.vt lie M.Ki cniivcrfril Willi i tho candid .tes f.r sheriff now in the field in refer ence to their willingnes. to aid in the arrest of fu sl.... r. I .i ... . .. a...... a..... n. -iii.i iuiiiiu iii.-in mi nn trie eamo " - -it. louioi noi niy on the same ticket will, and elect,.,,,. .red for l.y, and ,,,, piillg ,,elllticra in , ,r, f , elrctiuneermg for Mr. Skinner, but M actunlly ! s. V. Kshiiali, K.q . of Oswego, one of the De.n understood to he under pledge, to that gentleman ! tmtie p.rrMCIltlltiv0 caI1(ii,Utt,, in tlie Kendall. toapp...nt him Ins deputy; and as tl.e conve,, j w,,,, lt,, district. Thero n,o some unpleasant Hon could under no coo.iJer.twn eouutcniuico or ; fl!11(1, in lhu l.mo..ratiu purt, : ,-,,,, ,.. . supjHirt Mr. Skinner, it was held that Ilia nomina lion of new candidntea would, instead of weaken, only Krennth'n tho chance, of Mr. Skinner's auc- cea, ami his appointment as d-puty , ca.e of Mr. j D..W.' election. And rrrardinc ,!, .,,1,!. ... tin. light tho ronvrntton thongl t th.-v niurl.t ' well gn a step further and tl th " ' fl i r ... i , a direcn that would more nearly tend to car- ty out their views. They therefore reeommm.U ! to Iho Liberty men to .upport Mr. Coodetl and ' J I' uu' Dr. Stout a. prefnrable under th. eircumatances . ., , , - ... to either Skinner and Dow, or Mr. Glover, regard-i mg the chance, of th last, as indeed all sensible ; men mint, it utterly hopelesa, and a voto in Ins favor a. equal to a vote for Mr. Dow. Now the point we make is thi.. So far as plod go. to Ihe convention are concerned ifsucli were made at all. they war ,malU, mil. nil a. ' " .u.. voueuea oa.y ma one point, ai to .1.- . .. ..!.-. ., ... . mr sursi oi lugmvi .tavea. Ana tho ground AMumed by Mr. yoodetl here ia undoubtedly cor rect. The execution of ths fugitive slave law i. placed hy cnngreM in the handa of proper officer, appuintetl by tho national government. In tlieir hand, let it r.tuain. We despi.o, and hope the democratic party of this county iktpise and b hor, tho man, who, like mmo of the whig candi date., will Hep out of hi way, nnd .imply for o-am or fillhy facre, auiat in arresting and arn ding tho fugitive back into bondage. Let those whotn the nation appoint, to tin. dirty wotk do it hut lot our .lienff. and coroners, for whom we have different dulies, attend to their own bu (ttiesa. Aa in atcepting the nomination of the Liberty convention, for -whioh fault ia attempted to be fotinrf with Mr. Goodell, be ha. n.illiar dona m, nor dclitd On omin.tion. H -wa. a wmplo rre omwiniisiios, and he bad no power, had ha even been fooliih enough to desire, to prevent their nuking it. Mr. 0. it the regularly nominated de mocretic candidate, bronght out by . regularly eoovaned oonveatioa ef the party, Handing upon it platform, and pledfod to tla aupport of our pr.ocip.ea. If, with thaee fasU befcr thaa, any other party or elan of ma choaao to .upport him, aurely tho democrat, art tho lait that should ob jott. For our pwt, wo regard it a. a oomplimont, that a respectable a body as tho liberty oooyon tteo was, should find, whera the question was coo iond to simple eboico between men, Ihat our candidal was ao mocb better a man than either ef tba otbtr undidatoa. ' Tho Odd Fellow. M (Jus place will giro a pub lic ball t bo I J I h la , ,r, . ., .... r '' Whig Representative Convention. The whig county convention which met at this place a few weeks ago, and imagined themselves so well qualified to attend to th affairs of tin-' whole representative district, ion found that they had get the party into a "snarl' and were glad to take the back track, and undo what they thought hail been fixed "about right." In putting a cer tain famous negro hound on the track, the "moral sne" of liurcHii felt outraged, and, wlmt was worse yut, the qualifications and claims of in his own estimation her by fur most talented citir.ru a sort of Or. 1'iitiglo.s, a p:-d!ar of pills and edi tor of a little whig paper at rinoeton -were n- tirelv ii.rlu,ked 1'hu standard of rebellion was at ; once raised, nnd it became nece.sarv, for the sake ! ,, i of ere, to convoke a dutrkt eonvrntivn, und d- ci h" between the claims of the rival n-pirant to ieiri!utio honnrs. The conveiilion met at tl.ii ' place last Saturday. It was found, however, mi- .pie-tton in the very cita.i. l of lanaticism on tl.e fortunately for whi harmony, when the. C'tiven-1 subject in thi state. If thn people oi t'hu;.,-o lionirnt together, that, so entirely were thrt can- were running into extremes, which we are incti.i didutrt at the w est en 1 of the district convinc.il of e i ( think was the Ca they have received the their own unsurpassable fitness respectively for ' most seasonable shower tmth, uu I the only fear i. tho husi.if ss of law-making, that neither could be I that the cooin g t occt w ill prove, if ;u. thin;;, too persuaded to back olf. So an appeal whs made j thorough. to Mr. CUvpool, who, Ik ing a sensible man, eouid . ' ' ' . . , . . The rm-int onrl. see no rhanco of success, anil having no ambition .,.-. , ,. , , . ... . ...Wo had intended to iMve an abstract of the ca- to be defeated, very accommodatingly w.nve.l In. : claims. I'r. ranches or, we would sav TaddiK-k.; of tnre,...l Mr. JU, of IVrn. therefore ! ,. , , .... thi-Klug landi.l.itesforreptescntatives in thisJ.s 0 " ' I triet. according to the nw arrangement. . ... , , f There lire thus four candidates on the track 1 ' ' 1 llise is the onlv candalate whu can be said to re-j ' present the eastern portion. Now wehaveno wish 1 to stir on sectional fjelimri and animosities for : there is no occasion fur any; but as the l'eru Te mjuipn naa maje tne xu(i;y 01 air. inse. (wno , resides Ivtwecn three and (wr mile north-east of ; ...1. k. ..,,..1.. 11... r (. ii... 1. ...... ' this 'lace.) pretext for opposing him, while it', , . ...ii 1 f nrofesses to siintxirt the balance ufuia dflmocrstie ticket, wc have deemed it but justice to call at tention to this fact. Mr. Hise, if elected, w e doubt not, will consider himself the representative of the uhilf district and si) will Mr. l'billins hut if tl, ' I ' ' 1 1 W,7.y of candidate, i. to be regarded, then we , say the d,spo..t,on of the candidate, on the demo-! jcratic ticket is pre-euuneully more just thn on , j the whi,; ticket. ! , ,.Hi ,, ... ... i I s uin.i,.,r.s.'l '.Of L.II.III It'U. rriuciple is a glorious thing lovo tn see a pol-, itician who isn't afraid to avow liisyri'nrir j Hut principles aro said to be immutable eter nal ; Hiiil in the niture of thing, they can't be right iu one part of the world nud wron;j in anoth er. When Mr. (J. ffing, tl.e whig candidate, maile j a stwech in the court house, a few wets ago, we were struck with thboIdnes with which he step ped npon ttie abolition platform, and although, even our most ardent free filers and abolition!., , , , .. ii.,. dccUred they could not. (to borrow a atron? n.e-, tnphor.rliug a nigger quite as close" a. Mr. Cof-j fin,j could, yet they admire.Hii. fearlcsness in 1 avowing his aU.lition principles. It apjars Mr. j L'offiiy made the aame sort of sHech in take , (county. Tlie Chicago 7Wounr says ; i Ma. f'cruMi in Laks Coi mtv We learn that 1 ; -. '' ? 'J ' kegan was so rad,- ; cally rro Niilish, that nianv of t bo-o who had' , tlf(.n Mfltnt , yjr. ly j,.,,, ; j themselves to him. Among the number was our i Jold friend Blodgett, who was a few day. ago no- I """" "..g.es oj a (-onion .. u,e rree ue nioorat. of ihat county, and who. we are informed Inotnnlv Toihludy .leliiiid but mid.. . ........ f.r Mr'Cotling's" benefit. ur ii-formant, x whig, Mr. U. is promised at least 500 majority in ; ,'" - coumy. ,,ut our ,rJl'nt frec ''"'-'' "I Mr. Cofliug h"e heen taken somewhat aback to find that lu. I "'"-'I"" ru aiiecte.i uy eimair, mat n h'-"1 than half a degree south of Lake county, their cotff is comi.Ietelv chamo'd. It unneara filing also ma.le a speech in Yermilion coun,.v' "' 'nlc,, i,r- Mn Roberta hxs given an ac-1 -f'-U't to tho Chicago Democrat. Hie Democrat . Iy" - r. McIIohert, savs, that Mr. CotT.ng in hi. n,n..ill v dl,,.-,, .....i;....i ,j,e w ,,, r, , ' . miction pr.r,n,led by Col. Ncil-wl.ether ho! hib i rityi. ko David Wi'l'iuot t.'i reiin.vliania Ijko Foe lay down a platform fur him '.' fjt yy j(nn(jut (.-(, On,. ..f the , ,s,t n..l ,.i.i,,,,i ... I il. render it .linnet impos.iblo to make any nomina tion acceptable lo all; but we believe Mr. It. us stiong a man ns could have been put upon tl.e ,r-c nt ka.t( alld v . ""' '"""" , ' Pa ' " nn,ln,""n. whatever may i.avcueeti ms personal predelictioni. ' VVo Uv). ... . . ,,, ,,. . nnA . j ' , .. S . ? T H V, u , ' 0,1 Saturday evetlllu'. H wn in I. . Is.. ..... I . . . - - . . ... ! aou creiiieu inn uesi iiuprewniii in ins avor. m r..,.l ... il .. t,.li..t .-. ,; ,i. t . e' ' . , .., .n..el, r v, n ..r ... , . . I i "' 's.si.t.. ... "Sraicu or S. W. Kavdali,. at Niwa.x On SatardaV evetlini? last Wu bad thn r-lun.nrH ..f li'tening to an able speech from M'. Ilandall, wia ! the ueinocratic nominees for the legislature, at ' a ,:,,n";?,ic n"-''K held at Newark, in Kendall 1 icnuutv. ills not lion on nankino s..,l i... r.i .r.,..l question., were the same m expressed in hi. .1 1 ..I... 1 peeeurs ntre. dunging irom the manner it, which hi. speech wa. received by his audience and the enthusiasm manifested at the meeting, j we should iii.lgii that Mr. Ilandall will receive the warm and cordial support of the entire democrat ic party of Ins county. Took County Nominations. Tlie Democratic Convention of Cook county met at Chicago on the !0th inst, and nominated (lis following ticket ; For ReprevntulUtt Thomas Dyer, Dr. W. H. Egan. For She, ifVim, H. Davis. For I'onmer John Ityan. Thia ticket is made up indiscriminately of Free Soilero and Cass democrats, .ml will be heartily supported by both wing, of the. Democratic par ty. Better men than aro nominated could not havo been picked out of Cok county. The peo ple of Chicago have had an eye to tho import ance of th next session of our legislature, and havo put forward their best men. Look to Your Ticket. Tickst aro in circulation all over II, county with all tl.o boomo of th democratic candidates on them except th sheriff, where tho name of Mr. Dow is substituted for Ihat ot Mr. Goodell. This ticket Is attempted to be palmed off a tlie "Reg ular Democratic Ticket." The gnu it a common and a neau oo. It can suoc.ed with oily vory Ignorant voters, or such as bar bee culpably careless In ascertaining who tho candidate are. No honrtt man would bo concerned in such a small potato gam of deception. Court in Livingston next week. The Speech ol Mr. Ilou-ilii ia ChicaTo. We have, in the Chicago Tribune of Wednes day, and in the d.illy Dnnornii of the nine day, a full report of tint (frt-.it s-.eiii delivered by Judge Dihi.a.s, at a public meeting in Chicago, ill defence of the "Compromise measures," and particularly of the fugitive slave law. We pro pose in our next, to lav this speech In-fore our readers, so that they may see what cnii Iv sui I in re:ol,, so that th. y tn.iy ,,u what ... bo ...i I ... dif.ncc of a law, hkh ha of late beeu o much execrated at the north. . , . , , , , , , are to the iin.Ut of our locai election mat . ... , ., ,. , ter this wci!t, and have no time t devote to tl.i- auhji-ct. We puWi,h a cinmimnicattou ... another column, which Contains soiiih ttricturt on Ju I speech. Wc .hail take evasion to ex- j ..... , ii i r ' utni.in the subject thonu-hly hereafter. ! We are rejoiced, however, that Ju -e Douj;!.. j has had the. UiMnos and nian;itiess to meet this-, . .;.,. ! ' , , . , . I "''- . f l.".e g. ,,r, .nt.t a. haidlv In justify the pains ilia trial ot r.lliott, ' , , " , , , 1 for murder, however, winch was commence I on ... in. 1 1 liiirsortv morning, is exciting considerable inter j - , ,, , est. an., wo propose, 11 iKssioie, in giro an 10 stract of the evidence iu our next, , ,, , , , , , , i otirt will prolublr adjourn this eretiing, h.iv . . 11 1 1 3 - . ' . .. . ... . Aspecud term will probably be held 111 the j fimird. i.f Iku vittl. .,. tirs,.. ..f .- mii.i mi Jotket j 1 -s-.s ... ... . .... , Mitlanciiolv Accii.KNr. On Wednesday, in the . , .. .. ... 110i1rld1.trbo.Ml of Mr. Solotuon llriM.-k's. on Mud I .. . , lvini,s,n Mr .,.., vher.ol. I who lived with his fattier, four miles south of this i ' tilnee ... tl.rou n frnio a horse w ithsii.'h violence ..... . . us to cause Ms death. Ho was taken immo 1111- ,mu.y ,fter . ai..irf,t , ,,rc ,,0 Vl,K, TJ ; . ui;i, v,,., ,,,lv mnul U. ,ilt,L ,r WMUimi1.ioil,BlK,ut twenty live vcars old- g v()(m; ()ian nf m f.Jo.ml will take nUeat the residence of his fa wtr JU- Josepii r.oersei, at -j 0 cos i ims uai . Concert i.t Verinilioin ill.'. At the earnest solicitation of a irjinher of poi-s-ms interested in finiliii i; the cliurcli at Yermi lion.ille, in this county, tho M s-es I.ionahu and Dr. Cavaiu.t have coiuetitc 1 to give a Con cert of vocal aud instrumental music at the rL'.nh nnmod, rei Wednesday evening next, (Nov. iltli.) the proceeds to be devoted to the ol ject indicated. , "'ir' warranted in promising all such as may attend a ' ; ; . . ' Uof. S. A. D.kui.a p a.sed throi:.dt tliis place on Wednesday, on bis wnv south Ho I led fine nnd well, comiileriag his late iilne. nnd was it spirits. He was warmly ur -d to rernaiii ivo , R ,.,.. but . t tinii,t.J to , render it im,K,s.ih!e. Con.ideiiug bis eminent ser- vices during Ihe lute eventful session of congress, 0,Ir people 'felt it due to him that some unusual lomotistration uliould ho made to show tlieir ap- ' preciation of hi. worth; but he defeated all hv his short etav. i . v c 'ce m tlie streets that pumpkins are plenty this year. Our mouth water, lit th., sight of them, for up come associations of apple parings an I pntnpKin ies , i.nght eye., tlasliing to dodge the apple seed of "snap tpi and catch em" I and our mouth r.t.rs. f, ,r tl. r..m.,,,,.l..r u . those "good old time, of yore."-Pumpkin pie and pretty lips behind tl.e ' homestead Cottage door." ".V'ter more!" " : To 1), f :LM bats.-A vote fr Dr. Mo-1 Iotiv i.acensur. u... Sre,.l a I, Ti.,.,i- 0f it.--.i.;o Journal. ' Howl ilecau'o Moloiiv is a proviso dcmocritt I " b'l,,iful fmplinjeiit to Douglass it mu. weircvvwiinj. , v, ,entI Ttie Ottawa Light Infantry will have a public uie guawn j.igni inrainry will nave a puwii. drill on Saturday, t ho Oth inst All member, of ,:,('o,,,ny win, havcun,m,. wdl weartheni.i A full attendniice is ruiuesled. Tho Hog Crop. j lielow w ill be found extracts from the letter nf a corespondent of n mercantile house iu Indian apolis, who recontly visited all the important pork. packing ..mis i.f tl.e Illinois and Mississippi riv ,or w,u "rre" l,urI""' ' a'C-rtil.i..g the V",hMv nnmU-r of hogs that w ould ho brought t0 market from theu districts the ensuing winter. We shall continue to eive our re ..lers .11 1... .. , , "M" UD,"'U, t'Tt, ,CUr ri,,,'e" " t,li; , re,,"bl" !"""n ' the .ubject : W c shall contiuuo to give cur readers all the . ,1 wt U ,Be,, rr'"" ,Keok-','F- ,,nvin alnnnnd nt the mnnts loins ennii rl. to ... form mi. ...if v .. .,. -s.. ..i,,r. ti 1 . ...... .... '' I variety of opinion relative mere .ee.ns to be a variety of opinion Velative to the uml,r , uf !",l7. f"r ,llB V.1"1'1" 'en":n- J'fk-paekr. nn, sailers Bre aistjosed to make a low e. lunate. and the merchants, at where they i-h to induce ennital. doubtless nink. Inr.so -.stiiiiate. n. inil.o-n nients ; but the most reliahlo information ia that derived from merchants from the interior and from the farmers, great nunib.r. of whom I have met at .11 tn.il. ....I .no ns .,s . folio -,,,. .1,, that the number of hogs will lie very little, if any, short ou account of the acariity'and high improving fast. Il'being too far to bring corn to prices oi corn last year, Put the country hack ,s runnel, it win nave to lie led lo hogs; and, if 21 cents net is paid, it will bring tlicm te maiket. i no corn crop w aa never liner, and this will ena ble feeders to bring nil their small hog. to mark et, by lute feeding. At liannilml, Mo., they esti mate a deficiency c.f boon hogs: at (Juiuey an increase; nt Keokuk an increase, and at several am.ll towns on tho Missouri thero ia an increase. "At Warsaw, 111., hut season, our friend A , packed from 8 to 1)000 hogs, and i. now prepar ing for this season, lie give, it as his opinion, that the crop of hog. on the Illinois and Mi.sinip- iii river, last season, i. 600,000, including St. .nun. The general increase in Iowa nnd Miseou ri, and Illinois, will make tip for any deficiency from last year by the scarcity of coin." Opa Siai Dinr. The Chicago Journal says that "fifteen per cent, nf tho principal, nnd the semi-annuul interest of threo prienl." were to have been paid in New York nn the 20th instant, on the Illinois and Michigan canal loan of fl.Boo, 000. "Fourteen per cent, of the principal ha. previoti.ly been paid, which, with tho above, make, a total of 29 per cent, on the 1 1,600,000, making tho sum of f 101,000.' Anothkb llAmiav t .Morosr Tht Democra tic paper at Mbawneotnwn in this atate, ever two hundred miles out of thi. District, obeys the orders uf tho Shawneeu.wn Itaak State Register, and attacks Iho nomine for Congress in tins District. That sam paper dressed itself in mourning becaura (Jen. Hbields beat Cel. McClernaml for th United State. Senate. It will hat to dros itself in mourning again over Cuffing' defeat next week. ( Ai. Dm. Heavy ram. to day. Foreign News. Arrival Of the Canada. New York. Oct. !. ' ter lo Fngland, wrilmg to 1'iut W. It Johuton, of The Cinad iarrivo.1 at Halifax at half past 10 Vatou. thus speaks of the great iiidustiial fan o'clock yesterday w ith Liverpool Uiilc. lo the , M j n i..H1,l0il wxl summer: Un bredtutS. renerallv. the leading featured. "lam happy lo inform you that arrangement. had turned a firmer aspect, and a fair amount of f,)Htr telu moru frwW . fuU ! r-ite of 1 it te i.uir " I. The lh.p.f Toronto catuo out iu the Caua , l, 1 . , u ,, , , 1 Tli Catuida irot on the r-ks alnjut f.rtv in.lea im-H w domain wheat ami huhiui 0111 ul im ea.t of llHl.fax. Ial tiiht, tt;t the is itu'v.td to have utained no nuterul inimv. The Mea.ner IVaiikhn arrived at I 'owe, on the ' .'; '' r"l'-l ' Havre. I ho ueiier al ue s hv this arrival is not of the t Mtt.,vt ,xt brradlh of wheat .il bo .'vn in Kni;l.iiid and lu h.nd tl AvN ices f.oiu Tails f 1 lu.rsdav, llio r.'th, state that the I'.iiliauisnta.y CoinaussaMivrs ha.l met on that d..y, and afl. r a slioi t, but impoi tanl luce tu g. had adjourned. It 13 sai l that the hea 1 of the party organ sub mits to ilit. ji;-stiow of prolonging the r.i!iJenev. i . 'vided '! piesent 1u011.1r1.luai diuouslia:.oii. were Hot col.tllllied. It i also iYor:ed that toward the end of the present renewed term it will height then to ask llie coiin.ry to dtlde lietwecn u nionaich nod a republic, lie has promised not to throw any ob- l..c!es in the way of their l'r.veedings. Nothing has incurred in the relatu e tm-ition of ,.. ,,, .,, ScW wi(f IU. otf ault on rred-jtKk-tait. and it i. now uss.rie.i t, ,i .1,,,,,,, ;i . ,,, 1., ...til.. il ,l,t upioii!.ui.s win 1 .aio.i u. tosettie an un- riculties. Kngland nnd I'ruuie ore luniorud 11s , , . " the mediating vwers. Tho rci o!uti oarv tec'.ing iu Hesse Ca-sel seems , to be on the increase, and lien, tluynau, who is to 1 be commander iu-clo f i'f the tinny, is orliied to ' renaive all grades who ifue to oi ev his older It n sal I that the r.iector is to uUln.it1 Tlie two dn ision. ef the Austrian army on their mir.'h till loss.. I'.issol r IVi-.i Hi iinitor i ir. I,-rs and havn top 1 in their progress. Tins is said to have 1 e.n the result if the joait reuioustrancc ... I to l';lvc I e.n the result of the joint remoiistr. on tne partol 1 .n ..ma i.u 1 i.ussia. i iism.isiki iioiesis mains, me couise auoiu- . .. .' ' ed .if it Vi re:!..'..!! I'.i'.ii. n.'. Hoston. Oct 2T. I 1 lie l.ig tive a.e excitement continues. 1 lie- omrmttec of i'ilanco ni pointed a committee to wait 011 Knigiil and Humphrey, the stave hi:tit irs, nnd reipiest tlieui lo leave tlio citv, 't'lie for mer w as hi tested a third time ou a charge 1 f con spiracy lo kidnap Kilen Craft. Nl'.Y ( K! V.ISS. Oct Ca. John Ponough lied la-ro of cholera i n S:,t .;r .lay. Ho was a resilient of Haloinoie an t is e. tiuirtted to have heen w orth !'' ooii iit'o. 'Hie l'li-uvuie. sav s he let't his nioin V to fl.c o. r el Hi.l'.uiii re an 1 Nev tile.uis. Winn Comimii'X. The V l.ig Cot.veu; ion. held ,J Maa on tl.e.i.'tii inst., to oh.'.ile li o ilillicul'.y piesenle 1 by the appearance of ihree anxious aspir.-irs f r the tsUie legislature, un it r the p itii,i..ig.' of dirli rent I'oi.my I oriu nnon., resulted iu the noiuiiatu u i.f tho "rioi", i.nd ed- itoiof tl.e "110111.111, Dr. I'addoek. an.i U.S.. lie tl.e "i eom.ui," Dr. I'addo.-k, and II. r--l"',' 1 ' u' '' have se eti .1 two n.en le- calculated to com maud the r, . . secure the vote, of the free men of tins Kepreseiitative district. 1 he foninr, It i. Weil known, la. left his i.rofessiun. arid star- 1 ted a paper for i lie t uriH.se oi a war w ith tl.o Free Soil ity, nnd thrusting himself Uh.ii ihe notice of the people ; a huuier for spoils seeki. g ollice for rso;.al aggrandisement and the noioiieiy which even defeat will give hiiu. 1 lie cli.uiicur ot tho other, (Mr. iieche.) I. too ! well known to need comment from us. Apart 1 fiorn his slave hunting propensities, he is a bitler, ' uiicoiiiproiiiising Whig of the old school ; an up holder of rotten institutions and their supporters an nd vi m :tte of t'Vef v tu.:i.or t lisr r.-io.t 1. 1 n I vauce the interests of monopolists and specula- tors, ul the saii.u time taxing and iiiiuveiisl.ii.g t'10 'mer and labour. Nolwitl.standing the a- l""ognt liu lia- touiid iu a pretLi.ded tlem.ratic ",,,,,.," '", ' " i '", ... ' ..,.,..,",- ,,, ,.,,.. f : miliar ui'ialilic.tioiis ll.ev rKses. f..r a retired ' - ''' ,r --'"" Tn K MoTEsynot s. We have already announ- Tll LThZ and .Albert Jones, two juries having failed to find .a verdict ngautst him. The ground of thi. par- ,"" V, "T '"V'T , "u c"llimi'""10' ' " uU' V?"" of hfh h 7" " "'"r: , "d and accountable mt.-nt. Immediately thereaf- 1,f' ' clt.v '" -- mM fr"m -N,;"" i York Ul'tti. ' We n-w learn that the KxcutN TTfroirntive ' t . has been interposed ill favored liaymond ile M..n- ! - - , - - K. -"" - ...... , i lie did not participate in the honiieide wheiiof he ' (stands indicted, nnd that a further prosecution of ' ""T"? I'" not :fccm:'i'h ,.fCt. of public justice, but will re.ult only in mm. -...! r. ... 1 .1.. ,.,..1 I ......mu ,. ,.. . . Mate. The Ooverno, therelo.. .nera,e.,ac ...or. .n,. . isr ,.r,.'ii. tt .. .... .in .r.n. tesipuou of and from all liability on account of ' two miles distant, tho Herald was rend with ea.e, i which are a mixture of the funny nnd the trag tlie said indictments, and of the matters therein 1 by a number of individuals. Tho commissioner. ; i,. hut have thought it Le.t tu withhold them contained.' The young man will leavj; to day f.r New Y tk, and thence direct to France. So ends ' .1... ....1 ... I ... .... 1 I . .' .... I . 1 ..ii. r)..u i . r.e..- , t.ij ... ni.itii uiflii. iit.il- nil..! been wiung with deep felt anguish, and by which j tlie romininiitv, at the time, was deeply excited. , , - , , ' . 1 f . . A year of personal duress two trial, by fair and competent juries, neither of whom were able I to find u verdict, and n general belief that no ; eidict culd I had rn this county these circum- : 7 " " r o 7 "" ' '"".ea w in aausiy ,n punuc o, u,o propr.e the course of the Governor.-,. J.oi.,., lien. P Hawac at Yia-.NA.-The government organ, beat inland fishery in the Union, und tl.o beat na-! ... ...... ... . .!.... ... . . .. 11 Menna. m llieir intense mortmcatior. at the ,, :.....i i ,r.,... ........!.. " " "T"',, .V .7 V . I ing to brave tho mutter out, and to cover lhu . . . ,, , , , , . ' u , n.ai.'a infamy hy stating that the recent attack ' Pa,"n ,',en,"ur to ""P A iiMAvn I'lm"1' "x , C1"1'' buB""'r for -"nBr""-on him will cause the highest favors to he shown I -"' f'piaro, is ono of the riclieat and nif-t beau- j to bun by the Emperor, nnd ihat he will accord tiful islands on the face of tho earth. The Big' Solomon Fnnte, who has l-ernclin.ru bv the ingly receivo, what has lng been the object of his ambition, a marshal's baton. How any trans action between Huvnau and his master can whi ten tho reputation or exalt thn dignity of either, ia lint explained. Thn gcnoral, n appears from tho account, of the Kngheli writers at Vienna fa vorable to him, profo.sus now to be "more a-tou- isheil than indignant at the treatment he receiv ed in Mtigluiid, w hile ho also boasts of having iu dieted with hi. stick severe damage upon hi. as sailants. That, notwithstanding hi. Crimea, he was astonished at the outrugu U.m him, is ipiite probable ; because, with the hard animalism pe culiar tu tho Austrian military character, hu seems cjuitu incapable of understanding that be has com mitted any etioriiutie., while nt tho samu time, the culpable plea-canine, with which he wua re ceived nt the Trace Congruait, with the general furhearnnct uf the Knglisb .pulation, were calcu lated to rrmove all idea of danger. With regard to tli way in which he met the attack, nil that cat, be .aid is that his own version uf it scarcely agrees with that of any of the other witnesses, lt niny lie hoped, however, Ihat it i. correct, aince if it ran tw established that he mot the first mnrks ef scorn nnd annoyance that were directed against bin, by an indiscriminate use uf his stick, it would explain much nf the mure furious fueling with which ho wa. aubsequuiitly pursued. Coupled with these accounts, attempts are also being madn to clear him of tho odium cnmiscted with llio Hogging of Madame du Maderspach, hut although tin. actual guilt nf that atep ia thrown upon a sub ordinate officer, no pretence i. made to show that tins party was ever punished or reproved either by ilavnau or the Kmperor. Regarding the dreadful circumstances connected with the mur der, for it was nothing leas, of Count Katthvany, the aHlogistsof the general maintain a profound ileuce." The announcement nf a positivo arrangement for a line of sleauiers between I'liiladelpltia and Liverpool, hna occasioned no ordinary gratifica tion among thn citizens of the fraternal city. I,. V, Sanger itCo. are juat receiving their fall al.M'k of goo, Is, which they are opening preparato ry tn removing into their splendid new rloio, of which wore next week. Uuiuiuut tinthcruin Tui Woams Ftia. Abbot Lawrence, mini. 'r V- " '""",'" '- t)m an cxtrn'ive male in France, two iltou-and 1 -r.i. h.iwu- as I h am nl.eady ... name i riaoce a -xl.il'H"t. tv- V'1 K"T'V' e"'x Kcvt-t. I Vr-ui. India, attdt Imia uie pre ,,, " t ' .. ,i.,.r .L-lUud lain f..i the 1'"" !'"' " ir .k.iia na ia'or 1. 1 ine as I h am, nlieady entered then ry country sliow, an. 1 preparing the exUili.lum. I 1 H-!ieve that neailv all n. ion, will come bcio in ; ' I.M.'' W hat a sight it will ho to walk through this evhil'Ui.tn and examine the vaiious pontiles of uiin I. .kill, mid lab r. that will be brought togv ther fioiu nil puts of ihe wirldl Ci i-.x ion Si his ou IliiiNs. V mixture 01 cl.vlk an I w hiiu of egg., is said t v a most ex ceilint reioedi for t'l.ins. 'this mixture shouhi le nppl e.l from tune lotime 01. the scald or bum t. II 1 t! .1 Iiln!l I r ill .. .llll etVlltslllill llie.Hllt luixluie. and tli.nai-i.Kiiiir it to the mimed Purt. A singular discovery has Iwrn made in M.-nla casein l'o.sil eggs of an cnoiinoua sizo ha.e bee n found in the bed of a torrent. The shell, are the eighth of an inch thick, and the circum tere.ice of the egg itself I 2 feet S inches length j wise, and 2 feet 2 inches round tho middle. " I'ake nonce of die soIht lad, j A.I in his honiei)' hoiiu-spun clad, ' lio . the inn.e h.uiits lua head, j And Im es a nei!oi"s nooks lo read." ' 1 Puooko Kxi i:: i ricv. A I'lirisian writer, in a I eulogy on H.iUac, the distinguished French novel j ir, ays : "As the gr. awst proof of Ids excellence j as an author may bo mentiiMied the distinction he , shared with the gieat Molicre; he was refused admittance to the Academic." This reminds one, of liiron's celebrated epitaph on himself. "Here lies I'iron, who was nothing not even an Aca j dimici.'.ti !" It i. no sign of ability to have I. IV. .. L. IV. C. 11., F. Jl. S., I'rof, Hon, or lien. i.t 1 tached to a name. I'owt.sMt IVufc Tho Academy of Science, in , Fans. Ins ajo'ointed a coiiiniis.ioii to ascertain the remedial po er of a drug, w hich. tinder tlie name of 1'cdrs.n. I as U en introdiieed for the cure ol hvdr.'i h'd ia, an I ..li.easis produced by action up on the inrvous .Mti-ni, It is said tohave the pin-; pcrty t o coanteiai t the poison i f the rattlesnake, and all veuonioiis reptiles. .s,.,, i Joi- ncm. Am: i Si:p rioi and a I '. T Iltins i-i I'oi i r M;m:.s. T'.o Like News states tint n Copper arrow hea l oce of h iiii.iii sk.,11, an 1 other bones, have I :i f tui . 1 in : I J i . i : . r i u-oii riv.r. ancient Indian d.g;ins's on tl.e 'Mi.! News in tut article upon t! cct ml i .avs ; ii.triiients ro.eniMing . I,:-.'... hi in.,' toe common cart. liter'. . Iuel. and eke .ii. all j.i 1 and we ' s have a!-o ., en discovered in tl.e M.nc-otti jl.rie. Ii. side, these thiucs, a stick of oak tuiihcr. about lo I'ei tin Iciurth, and .T l1' inches i:i diaineter. having short Itnil.s, twof.et apart and at nearly right angles with ea. l.o'.her. was taken out of one of the ant lei-.t -pits" or shafts i f tl.e Jlinesota mine, about -T f. et below the s, 1, face. It is, fn.ni itsapi eaiance uitl tl.e lact ot us navju - neeu louu.i Mianuiii; nearly upright, sni po d, with good reason, to have been used as a ladder hv the ancient miner.. ; Around and over thestick werer.wksand earth, j w ith large trees grow ii g over it, and it i. proba-. that many centuries have elapsed since the lad-. der w.i, placed ll.ere. j There is a great mystery hangin- over these j ancient work, wr.it Ii faille, all ettort. to unravel it. rui.MiTivi U..o:.- t Stoii.iNp. A comnr.i i Cation uK)ii thi. subjert was laid before the I'rit-1 ish A.iatioti for the advancement of Science, at its recent meeting, bv Jlr D ini-l Wilson. He showed that two races had existed in Scotland , ,ifT,.ril-t. ,,.fi,l, ,y j crut rl.ara. ter. from the '. Celta and, also, greatly from the two earliest race, of Scand.nni ia, the primitive race, of Nor- them K.irone Me U.Um, nr..t..n.l. .K.t il.su race, existed anterior to all the races ef which tliorc is anv t,itorv. 1 lie communication excited much interest and the author was acknowledged to have opened up an entirely new field of npn-; ry, in relation to primitive Scottish ethnology r - T... ti . i a: , . 1 o.Pl 1.1.1 H'i.111- nere u. uerip iii.eover -''.". Au.trailia. a race ot native, lulherto tin- Jif,iU-d ",e r"i,mU - " WH" V !""c,i' ' sed from enmity or revenge; in case of relation. ! 'l.tw as a mark of respect to tho individual hw,irvara(-(inMnftct..fi4)Iitcn.t.ak.Wsh-f or tho (ite-:i"ii. -M:tv I Uln eat vuu'" ' '-' Si iTk's KLr.T.o I..n,rr.-Mr. Stale, of Cincin- ....... . nail, wi.o ,nscoiere.i in eiecirie light, is now in F.r.gian.l illuminating citie. and liarlK.ra. At Suml.rland he exhibited his light from the light- . ?. 8 , iio.i-s.-. , t.u ouimiiiuiiit iisLnu i.t.. i 1.,.,,.,, I .... S. ..p ..I... ll.m . .. , "Three niile. . a lady wa. enabled ,o r.' T ?iZZ ...Ti.-r w i.i.-n si in nan . v-r f w'n.i rt.'Tfirn .this.., whowere apiomted te examine tho light, proe.ee-1 .1.... ,.. ... ..... a........ ., ... . ii ...... ........... u .1... di d out to sea seven miles, at which distance the I U..1.S una t....,I.U vkltn .1... ,..1.;.. ,i..l. ' ' S" - n.-.t-i.,.., niniu in. on... i..n sh.n.e clear, bright, nnd ellulgeiit a. ever." ,, K ,, llie Mormon, are the mmt remarknhle people 1 1 the world. Under their prophet Strang, they make Denver Ulatids in Lake Michigan blossom I t,0 rns... Thcv niimbnr altout Al.O. and each t'""' l''l -"'" ' "f ''-- erla-sling inheritance. Beaver Islands havo llio tiirnl liarlsiron the lake.. J hey tiave 1 sail ves- .... . ... "e" 01 Utat ,rn bU"'"" " i j iioavt.-. t o by 14 mile. In extent. Several beau ! ,;r..i i i . .. .i .i... n:.. ri tiful, well tiniWcd island, surround the Dig Ilea ver ; each nb-mt (I mile, e.pinre. The people I.e- tition congress for a grant of these islands. The peoole of Pcnsylvania have voted that they vill hereafter elect tlieir judge, themselves. The majority by which the people of l'eiinsyb vania have vobal hereafter to elect their judges i. -r-"1,1 SO, being more than the total voto against ' f I IMi.jtJ lor pare liencssoe. the measure. The democratic majority on tho ' ,. U,"'',, ""'"''y f;''!";'-; for milling, iirul prime , ... ... , f.enes.eu hoinjl l.'.l It.. Caiittdiuu hn b.eu popular votu is betweru 11 and I initx.-t nioc i JI 01. A Pennsylvania whig paper thus announce, the result of the election in Ihat state: M () C2f'j.n aiu. Hx.tnJiJ.J Washington Irving relates that Abdallah, the father uf Mahomet, was so beautiful, that "no luta than '.'00 Arab maidens died of a broken heart tho night ho was married to Atnina." Onto Tho free soil organ of northern Ohio thus classifies tho legislature: The senate will stand 17 wliigi, 10 democrats and 3 froe .oilers. The lioii-o ','.2 whigs, 8'J deinoci at.. N free .oilers. Disney's democratic majority ill the Hamilton iha- trirt i. IrVtVlo! Governor (Quitman date. iS proclamation Iho 81th year of "the independenca af Miasis.ippi.'' 1 be editor of the Chronotyiw cay. that wc have been In Iked of a. head scavenger of Boston. If wh receive the appointment he will he the first .ho vel full of tlWt throw into our cart, a. it will he our duty tu romovo the greatest nuisance at the com uicucemeiit of our sanatory labor.. Hott. J'otl. That unfortunato prtntor named Spragtte, ton of a clergyman uf JSrooklyn, who wa. arrested in New York fur dealing shoe from a lady's feet after knocking her down, has been cutting up th. aame "dido" in Detrtit, where ho threw a well dicMied lady down while crosaini; a street, and l.tnajo olf with tho tdiou fioiu her right foot, "By Telegraph. A'fcT. WTEJruR YllEK E 77.' A ! E A'. Jitj the Eastern Line. rraure Traasjnll.-Frlsderli h.ladt la Rains. New Nork.Oel. 31. Onedar laterdatespubli'hed from Kuroe. Par w inpenof the Iih coulitm die stiiieiiieiit that die mt-niti f the iwihauictitaty cominiilet wosiinu- , I .........u.nniii. 11, .!,... ,.. .),. I5ir state that Fricdrr- , , ... ... . . c i.Ma,n. 111 en.es,K ,,,r,n, nen,, . run.. and deserted ly its inhabitants. i Warlike Isriiiuiislralisut. ! Vienna, Aut.,Oct. 1-V I I'tim e SchwurtsenhurK cotitinues his wailtke tie I uionstrntious.aiid all soldiers of the Rohrni aiiarmy . luilouglied, hale lu en suddenly rcitiUrd into service. Jeliuy l.liul. 'ew Yuik.Oct. 31. Jenny t.iild reinaini only a fnitnivht here, islie "" K e only our or two concerts; and we under- island tliatilie North Kivcr boats generally liavea greed tois.ni return tickets to visitors to her conceits without extra chaise. (irent In ion Meeting. The greni I'nioii nieenng came olt' last nijtlit at Castle lianlen, and some thousautls were present, lieo. Wood, llmi , acted as chaunian. Iv.ciises were read fnm ahtcntees. Tlie speakers, Messrs llollin in, llrooks, I'.rady, Kverrtl, and Siiulerd Kesolutions approving the compromise lull were a tlepled ami a vigilance committee of fifty was ap pointed lor ihe S.1I1 ty of the Fumli. Ilr.ti'i.i.iloii. lieetl Washington, ot the lamily ol (ieorge Wash iiijten.lns resiL'ue.l his ollice ol l'nue.1 SiatrsCoin-tiu-viiourr, as he will not icive under the lug.lne slave law. Bank Ilubber). tint el the It.it.n. rs M...I. I h tst. ni , t V-t Ul, Dining an attempt to ml. the Vi.li.ge li.iuk i.t Danvers, Mass., one ot the rohhera w as shot t. a. I l.y the watchman, and intnetl out to he .Ino C I'.ige, ii brother of lite cashier and the other e.scnped in a carriage. It occurred about I o'i leek in the mom. mg Tlie director, had been forewarned l tbeat tempt anil a watchman bad leeu put on wutcl.ti r a wei k past. Klare rrsuers Iteinrneit nlilioul nuy hlnvrs. Hugh' .and hn.glit, slave setkeis, lime lett bos ton on their return hotne w itlnut any captives. tieo:ifeThonips.in, the llmta-h anti-slavery agi tator, is to have a reception by the c lore.l people and othcrabt liiioni.-is. A tidegraphic de-pan h from I'ortl in 1, Mesi.ites that die po.t.lcr-iiibl at Caunlon, m thai slate, wn. bliwnup, on Tuesday lit noon, kil'.inc thr.e nie:i who wuc known to have bctti in the mill ultlic t.tue. The t'alliuuu Mulue I'utitnl. New York, Nov. 1. Tin! statue of J. Ii, Calhoun, by Towers, which w as lost at the w reck of the Ilhzabetli in Jul. ,t, UH nt length been recovered idler the luo.t - . . , 1 "". '""""-c u "" " w tigut urm. widen can be easily restored. FuDivcs suaar Crop, e. U.itttm. re, ( let. SI. A .,nnil,r f l,imf,an4 ftru vtl in pr. ,,,;, document, f, r the purp.c of roce.d.ni; I to 1'hiladelpbia, New Yoik. liotton. uiul oilier cit ies in .piest of fugitive slave.. The N. O. pajiers of the 21th say that the new crop of sug ir is coming in rapidly. 1 ho Lamim Ibna Standish cleared thence on tl:u Jild for N. York, with a cargo of sugar, being the first shin- tuent of the sea.n fr the north. ! The Charleston .Sun says. Aken the eueccf.il ' candidate (.ri'mm,... fr... ti... pfc,..!... ii;.. tnct is a duutno'i man. Senator Foots is addres - amg tlie people ol Jl.ss. in tavor of tlie Co.nrro - nnse measure, and is replied , by C.en. tMi.man. (l, (;,lTl.rI11,r f Miirvlmut has iued a pr. - . - ..- . . . ..... . , - - laiuaiiou selling apan me g.iu u.iy ol g.ov. lor J ' I liial.ksoivitiis Arrr.l and H'-H arsf a t ajltlte all Idrafo. Chicago, Nov. I.t. 1 ,n" In,,",m8 A iav liuntor . , , "M ,l-n tvr He Ut two wvrki in .. .. .. . ,ra.k," "ul fu""M '" tU e,t al U,t uccwd' ' ed in boldiling a colored woman named llitchidl. ''""K6!1"". j WM tm ,,h kvt' wh' b ' owt' 1 ken bv an armed deiiutat on of our n. ore, eiti. . . " . . in., .ii-i., "".ii. .c uie iim.j anil ironi or ii. o,- - ' - - ff- -. ......... . ...jay,. iwo Cincinnati, Nov. 1. liaymond Monteiquiou has-been pardoned by the Governor nf Mix on the ground that he took no part in the homicide. Boston, Nov. 1. I The Coroner, jury on the body of Fage, in their verdict stato that llvcone, tho watiM.man, wa. fully justified in w hat he did. I Thn Free Soilera f.f Iln.tun have noniiiin..l ; Vermont Iogi.lalur U. S. senator to succeed Mr. ' ii..i. ,...i i . .r :.. ,i ... ... i f I'helps, had 1 1 votes out of 2'J in the senate, nnd i , i ,,. uf j jo ;,, it,,, hous.i. New York .Market, New York, Oct. 31. 3p m Flour in request tviihliiileti.hr had at inside ral- Cnntiilinn -tten.lv nt till lei Si.1-.. 1 tt.i i.t.. a .-. i I ... -l . . .. . it . . . ..e e . . " ' . Corn scarce and wanted. iNolariro anl. a lo.dae Yesterday l.S.tK"! bus nt TlmTllc. lor Weatirti mix ed, and 'ic lor round yellow. Whisk.-y in demand ; SSc for pri.on and Ohio, ninl tiTc lor drudge. 'roni.nmA Pork, limilrd re.jurst.f 7S lllr. . i Ullc.'.S 871 prime. Suiull lot. poor uunlity, $H -ii. New Tork, Nov. I.t. Flour less active, but unchanged ii, value. Sales Jiion Ltd.-. I .',n.i4 If., ordinary lu straight stntii; ! Mini 1121 for mixed to sti night ; -1 lUi6, pure (ieniicssoe. Wheat ill good detnmid. Full prices. Sales ROOO bu Caiiailian at f I. Corn, steady nt 7da71 for mixed ; 7U for round yellow. Provisions Fork firm nt 10 75 for iiichs; 8 Oil for prune. Sales 100 bids. I'.cef is ns before. Ham quiet; quoted 12OOnl3t0. Lard in fair demand, 7 lab I Hill-ago market Chicago, 5i'.v. 1 .t. Receipts for the taat 21 lioiirsainount to,M.,l 12 bu wheKt ; 1 1 60 hi, corn; 000 bu Olds; '.'llllldds Hour. Market dull. The follow ing comprise llio principle tranaar tions since our last; 383J bn spring wheat by teams and IL It. at 3Ua40c I47U winter do, Irntu same mures nt- Br.fl7. soo hu oat. from same source at 'JlaS.lc Small lots of barloy at 60a&4. Alan of cum in the ear nt 2la28. 200 bid. fire rendered tnllow nt 71 ; 20 bids mem pork nt 1 1. 200 bhla fine salt it I 60. Other articles tit pro-viuuilfttc. Southern Line. rablte Vlaaer tsllap.,, W illniington, DujOot. 81. . The citiirne of thia place have tendered a public dinner to Hon. John M. Clayton. I.t-. -wrret.ry uf 1 Mate, winch will come oflonthe 16it of November. Te Ktm Trtasarsr. AVashinL-tfin tM . yx. Kione.of Ohio, the newly nppointeU treasurer hae not yet arrived. Mr. fJeldn, .tilt f,,fii, ,,' function. l the ollice. Allen, a half-i.i.i., eecetary will take his place upon the artivaluf the i reusurer. A ri.arte.hlp.-Th, ,, ,, Vr lWge.lron.N.w Orlenns, received. charge, ship to one ol the South American Kepuhhe. The president ha. announced hi. determination to enloree the fugitive .lave law, let the consemirn ceahc what they may. lfnrrc-a.ry.he will protect the t inted Smtes Marshal, in the diachargeof thelr dutics.hy calling to their aid the t'. S. Army. t oi.sr,..,,,, Flf.l.vThU.t,l- Io,.Mai llubl.rs."W aitlin.cn a hot. " 1'hiladolphia, Oct. 81, tiov. Johnson haa ollicially announced the elec tion ol IS .lemorratsand lHwhigs to congres.. lie has set aside the Ktli day of IV.ctulwr a. . T hanksgiving Ihiy. The alledged mail robbers were brought up tin. morning on a wnl nf h,tf ,a rorjiut. The Judge re- .11-1. .,. receive Mil. I hey were remanded (or trial Srveral watchmen were rhot iu M..y.lnenain6 on . Ian .Monday night. Thn t;rrnt l uion Meeting New York, Oct. 81, 7 p. m. The I'nion meeiing last nifflrt was largely atien.I. e.l. A number of pntriouc speeches in favor of die j I moil and ill opposit,,,,, to die slavery situation .ml j hnatnisn. weremade. A letter from Daniel V,h. .ter was read which, the Herald s.ivs'rang like I he trumpet -call from the mountain,. n New llauipsliire, and epeahiin: tonesof tliiin.ler.wiili the emphasis of lightning " Several re.oliiiions were adopted ap ploviNg -he recent inra-iires p-isee,! by cougresafor l!iendiiiinent ofihe ilnrieeious nu.slions ariairif out of the iie..iis,i,,, i,-riii.r jr 1'ioui Mexico, and holding the compromise a. n fuiroue that ought to hesust.niiedl.y ever portion ol the Union, and ex pre.smg . i.-att-s-: giatitudr to those senator-sand repre-eulaiiye- , ,,.w au. ,Klrt.. (.-...udi.f,,, t.ie sake of ihe country ; mid censuring those who disregarding ihe w.ll of tl.e inajoritv..,k, by aga.n agitating ihr subject, toihrnw tire-bran.l. mm tan. x'rrss and the country TV fugitive .lave bill was shewn lobe ,.,., , .(I,ilIK(. with the eipre stipulations ol the Constitution . uadentood by eougre-.s in HW, aad in aecoidanee w ith the law passed th, n. w Inch was approved by Washington which si,!! bore il.e signature of the Father of of our eotiirry. Fmilly, th-y pr...est, ngainm supponing any one I,,r oil',,,- l , known to Ik- hostil. Ul Uie pn set,t !,., ,,....,. 'pi. ,....., c,:llulrj , s..-toti until i,!t, r 1 1 V!ih k at iiighl, dining which tlie uiniost . ti tti-.i-iii-ni prevailed. irn. Ti.)lor's Itrinnlns. C'iuciniinti.Oet. 31. The remains oft ien. Tavlnr arrived here to-day from I'msbiirL'. Tin- nver hs. ri i :.. .i. ' 1.1. II. . ,1, .uu ,ast .1 hours, I he w eathrrclotidy. For the Free Trader. Fu-jitlre Hlnr Law. So inr a. we have observed, tins law hasricileda f elmg of di-!ike writ in,;!, amouiiiing to horror throughout our northern states And yet, we are aware that there are some w ho are ready to My that all this Mow of talk is mere talk the moat cmp tv and despicable sort of talk for poliix-al pu'poe. It is somewhat singular, indeed, if ihr sole, or the hi. I object of all tins m to make m)Iiuc.! capital. that nietisoihltereutly riretnitstanrril in hfr men , of ail parties, should unite iu this general outcry j " e have read ihe n-reili of Judue Lhjwgl.s. in I Chicago, in which he attempts to jnslily corigrese. ....tain Ihe enactment which hae ! B'v"nuch gencia'. disati,fa.-lion. ; wr ,.ri , roiisrqun.re ot thai steelf, recoiisi.lrrrd' 1 ttieir re.oiuiions aim lain tnem on ihr table. iTi ." ' ih.oughoiii the laud were made by men who are tl'-lt .1 .. . .1 ... .1 .1 .1 L . ... more M'areil triad Hurl, and who. renl v. rrnr.lirii-' ; i. , i . ' ' -.--..-... in -soiinior llouirlas.. niiolif mil lo be .rt-d .is hurt l a. the law i. no worse than the one ol "113 tom lnnn ! the same matter and denies uu right to fuguive.. I Does not deny enritr the privilege uf the hahta ; rut fin or ir.ai ny jurv. I " i.ihi. v.. it M iiie-iiMirr ui -LiMitircMi ; may trlluntiiniihutiiibuia r-e-rnarun-rni o( ihr jm- rit ,j ,,lti wiil lw aditliruli thing to iR'rfltlBtlr Olir OrnU C diat thrf m hnl iwlomt-nniiirk ur national coun, ,1 ,.. prrsene them Iroui L loHv ol re-eiiaetingold laws. , -,.r th- pre., m purpose, ..hint that the law con- ! m.thu.e mors string.-,,, th.ri the old one ; th.t ! " '''V'V' ,n not a win. worse, nut i bit better. , . 1. .....I I ... ,1.1.- ., r r i J0'' " . The old law stands on the statute book as the art nf a ti.rmrr generation the work ol nn age that wa. lees liberal than the present in its charter ol human liberties, tlurope ws not in throes ol convulsion lor the annulment ol more of personal liberty. French revolutions had not startled tyrants. No Hungary hud stirred the somihilim-. and generous impulses of noble neons and menaced despots by ihe stern re .is.iinee of determined souls. Now all .s changed l'he world has niarrhrd onward towards the high ground ol universal trer dom. All nation, have made advance. Govern ments havr hern mote lilrnl in their poliry ; while the governed have Ix-rn calmly surreyinn their strrugih.aud .ilrtitly or clamorously prrMing on for rights. in no land l .s ihiabcen more true than in our own. 'I he heart. 1 1 the American people hate hern thrill ed agfiin and again, as with one electric current, a. the tiding, have come to u. ol the deep agnation the tumultuous movements iu oilier lamia During all this period the eyes of the world have hern turned will, a more and more fixed and sie.d f ist gnxeon the dark system ol American slurry a nn abnminntinn. I mm the dial ol tunc ihe lurid ' '"te long Hood at the hour ol its removal, and upon , its solemn neu nave loneu tn. noir. oi wnnung T o do no more in this d.v.in the midst of tins fury ofexcit in-nt, Ibnn tn enst.t again the old law, is to give an odious clinraeter to the Ain. riran pt ople, and i xeile agnuist us setitiiuentsof horror in nlln hghieiied lunds. We place ourselves in, their view, in the petition of bail.nriau.. and an untrue index ol ll itloti.,1 character la held up to the world. It would have been an illustrious. hi d if legislating nt all on this matter we had stopped alter abolishing the slave ti.'idr in the District ut Columbia, arid restricting this system to narrow hums, II would have civen our lemn testimony to the world Hint American, hearti ly nblior oppression nud truly love liberty. Leaving nil oilier Intnl. nut of consideration, the advanriMil lieoenluiirnis. in .ir Iter states, ini-st certainly deman, Is advance in our legislation. Not to advnnrr aiuounia in lact tu retingrramon. It wind, I l.e ,n keeping wuli such legislation tn provide tor the triinsiin.si,iii.. die I S. mail in tlat-l ats on our river, and in rings, across the land. Hum nn your telegiaph pule., blow up your sleainhonls, break down your tail way. destroy liberal l.oks and pa pers, u.kr dow u our ling and eel the million, id f,u n,ir irroiimng nnd uiounuutf ngniii under the irrn despotism, and ty ninnies ol the Inst .ceiilury. Du all lhu and sen, 1 fir I Inn. Sitiniois to preach ihrougr, Ihe laud ihat this concilium ia nn iri.rsr now ttuin it was nil linn, lie, I year. ago. Let iho-ve who are them selves di'inagogiies tli.'ti tell us i lifxl our piesent con tliliou isht ntnhle.ini no (.lleiieenenilisl tied or man, and that the outcry of nn outraged proplr is nothing but the creaking of the old innehine ill"! guilds nut poliucnl enpiinl. ( reiliit Juilu tit .' Ditto, Common Loimcil ul Chicago. .Vrim Eililiir$ Mr. Skinner ia the whirj nominee lor I lis- ollice of t oronei, and ns it ia nn deist.Hid thai he is lube Mr. Dow s depuiy, in enso the latter ia elected, it may In- profitable to mention one el the otlieinl acta ol this deputy tlint-l.-lo bo hy way of showing what wrt ol deputy slieritl Im will probably I. Some time Inst winter I was surd on a small account winch I supposed had been set lied, and ihr sum. nous had hern served by Mr. Skinner aarnnftnble. II call, d at my house, hut I waa not at home. Nevertheless he rriurued thn iner in hsqniie Wagner aa-pursonallyMsived,"' although I am rrn.lv to show that I wn. no within W mil.-, of home ihat day. Mr. Hkinner had lo make the return "peraunally aerved" lo sroure hi free. I he i.e reiirn lhu made gm me into a heatViliill of nuts wha-li, if thiaconsrirntiniia oftirer limlhad a little regard tor hts oath o ofiiee, would have hern aayrd in me. ISaI.TI H H. IlLAMHAan. llruukfeld Oct. ii, 18.-K). M"M'