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living. Their lengthened viitL'es, blood s' cheeks and emaciated forms, tell titles ol woe. disanDointmnt anrl ilUtrr. ivliinh tneir has mast In to exnrn.. They nv too, that there is not over one man in ten who make over half an ounne per day, nnd full one half of them do not make more than their boarding. Tr those in business, men have offered the i.selves for $5 a day, stout, able bodied mm, but were refused; some places men offered to work awhile for their boarding, which was about $3 a day all over the mines, and were ac tual! put off at that. There they are, with out money, without work, and with noth ing to eat. Is it to be wonderod at thnt dis tress should prevail to such an extent? w ages in urejon are nearly as good as they are in California. Miscellaneous la bor will command from $4 to JJ5 per day with boarding, and mechanics pet from $10 to $12 and find themselves. The retail market is almost equal to thnt of San Fran cisco. There is gold in Oregon, about 300 miles from this city, on wohl is familiarly known here as Hoime Hivnr. It io.iid ihni fY.mi . . . , - . cum uuu uisumon isx two to five ounces have been taken out in unoatiiolic work but !?. i'.'Jl w,mmon avc,n8e wut from pat9 lhat a lhese mu,, will tn Rl II lipt iln v. i . . ... Henry Clay's Great Speech. We can only give some extracts from Henry Clay's Speech, delivered on the 15th inst,, before the Kentucky Legislature, at the unanimouj request of that body. The Louisville Courier telegraphed it from Frankfort. The last session opened under tho most lowering and unfavorable auspices; the public mind had been greatly agitated, dis tracted anil divided upon subjects conucct ed willi the institution of slavery. 1 had witnessed oilier periods of itreat .coitltxt tuj Ni slnt posit the and tern iii such an clearlv. the wromr: slaveholding comment v a! be expected, ris ures adooted i 4 . a 1 . would lead to i escence on the North and th impelled bv slid lions that it wj thev would sile error, and yield the best interests' Accordingly, we' thnt second editir lion has ugain assd stir un suite and d of the slavclioldinai .... com and disunion down by the intelligence, me love ui union ol llie t rious slaveholding States. Ill the exislimr m.iln nl tlii less shall not recover all our fugi thai psennn t wt nIhiII iiiiuiaui. , - , - " ..-..VTV., some, and the courts and the judge free States huvu dnmnnnlnlnH tr-a.ii- r3 lies tOL'ive bv their verdict, nnd iiirlfrm. ample indemnity against those who entice seduce uunv ntlil linrhni nnr ninnurnv hm.. Hut how would the case stand in a dismem bered condition ol the conlederncy? Then we would not have a right to demand i solitary slave tliut might escape beyond Ohio, llutt would be u tiii-t-iirn iin wpr. If nil and imitation; in tin- case ol ihu uduiissio.1 , '' slaves in Kentucky, in Hint continiren 1 .1 .11 . . . ! . rl i i .1 r. . . ol Missouri tho whole billion was greatly convulsed ; there was just cause ot soinu a. p. prehension for the safety of the Union. In the instance, also, of the opposition of South Carolina to the tariif, in 1S32 and 1833, there was great danger of civil war with that State, which might, in certain ;cy, were to flee bevoud thu Oliio river, we I I ... I. I . . I nuuiu mu uuve a rigni to aemanu one ol them in the ubsence of extradition treaties, dad no such treaties would ever he conclu ded in respect to slaves. We would hnve no rihl to demand a surrender of a single one ol them. .Nothing is clearer in the hide Mublic law of nations than 'hat one AVallla li.xra .. irtitl 1 1 1.1 ui ir .1 (1 .1 1 1. V2 ( n , ' V - Ift ..7, IIUVV.P ....... IV .Ulli'utllllllg IJUIIC.J . . . .... . ...... .'IIW 1... f. -i. ,i: .:........ .1.- i i. I. .nunJaiii r...u;... ........... ..... 1 1 . struggle was, that 'fur inoro than on nny ' lender a fugitive who takes refuge in the former occasion was t.'io sentiment, avowed, ; dominion of another independent foreign not merely of the existence of danger toi power. We huve recently seen this great the Union, but wo heard in various quarters, intei .lational principle acted upon by the nn open and undi.oMiised deo'.i ration of the, Sultan of Turkey in the case of lvis-utli necessity and desire for its dissolu tion ; we ', "-id" his Hungarian compatriots, who took beheld, loo, what we had never bbfo.'e M;en ' lefugo in the Sultnii's dominions, and hi in u time of peace tho assemblage .'f a refusal o surrender them up n tlie demand sectional convention of delegates, the te.-! ot Itussiuaiid Austria, was enthusiastically deney of which was to break up tiie co.n-1 "Jmed, approved and applauded by ull of fedcracy. u The most difficult, complicated nnd em- - aw Speaker, we have the consti barrassing question which engaged our de- tui.'on as the law; declare the right on our liberations, was that of tho boundary of s'de t.i u'tssolve the confederacy, and create Texas: three different otmioiis in re.r.ml ! new an. I i.'idependenl powers, the law nnd il J 1 -I... i. ... 'ililrl 1... Irnti.- uf.u.l I .,im . j tn I IIIU riUm ..v'"'1 Mvl ti.oi .u iiwm IV to it prevailed and were entertained bv t- speclable members. According to one, the limit of Tbxas wus the Nueces, and did not extend beyond it. Anothei opinion was, that it stretched beyond the Nueces to the Kio del Norte, nnd 1111 lliu river 1'riim it 4110U111 10 tne soutnern line ol :ew A co. The third opinion he'd that it em I .1. . . . .1 ... ceu nid wiiiio country eus :orte, horn its mouth toi nearly all New Mexico tliun. I .v..'v .'ie asked, as I have linen us. ...Wll. . II... . . ked whciil wtuul consent to a dissolution of the Union. jNeJ'er, never, never, be cause I can conceive of no possible contin- . .1.... I I I. .. it If. I A INlilrjl m its ueuuv 111. 11 wouiu ina. ""vn,.n Moxi- nnd happiness of the pec-ple, lo break up mbia- t',,s glorious confederacy, nnJ to seperale . .:. 1.1 1 1 it ni. rid ln.tu U'U lllilt 11 VlllUIU-j ,,;, iiiimn t.iflliuticiau, - r- ist of the Jtio del I '"to bleeding and beligereni pa.rtl" its head, including mc. what i believe to ba impossible to s All these opinions ' me, that there will be grcuter sucu'ritj' ..nl r.t......'.t.:i:t .. II'1 lilli.rltr lil'.i iihirinilii .......m n...l .III Show lllOW lor Were mnintniitml with mvnt rihiiwiliilii il'1 liberty, life, nrotierlv. nvmin 11 ml i.Uin!n 11 1 1 " ' 1 1 j 1 , not ability ; the southern members almost happiness in the midst of jarring, jeaiOUs ; . I - . . 1 . 1 . I . I . . I . T .1 t for eveli Sines oul1 HKMr Hani Met I SlinULNM SlDBI . Koai In tJemiiiMl. Dutth In donwndl Wiut-Oati--in demand, t'ons. . Floih city tnd Qulncjl OMnm In diiiiand ft'Ail Beam - non. I.trd. - Ki.lBID Tea!-. Moi.AtlBI'- Ci)hdaub8iq eoiton Hioaii-.. CorriB-. IllDK ut- a. A. l.ivrrNinl Blown nniinwiu Willisv - SHc. I.batiibi.. rilnuili'd wl ., annnlih tolt t'ulilT-. Ilrr-ll apilr 3D ill cnM. I'iitatoica.. IrUll Mlcuti. " tSweet 50 centi. Vnm In Ihu nr.SSc: B.ikid liny Vic; l.mM II.. Widuw ulao- . Hilo ti.ixi 4.44; lima a 11 inns- ll.Hip a 1.1 a Sc mr lb; Band 4 I S a l-tc: Ba o nn oc. iron jiiutn biiw M; Slrel Blaba e, Cal 3 4 wli ult.alt. 4 I II null. ,' NEW STORK. THE "GREAT IVES TE It A UaeiragmiHT --n viiiv.cw into tjoii ahi for the purpose of carrying on a gaiteri PHEmidmiKned havinr entered into t X ahm for the purpose of carrying on a gt canine Diiflineia m the city of Hannibal, would luiiy ran me attent ion of the citizens of the Intr COIIlilrv to lhir mwtmnmium ...! .-11 i wuicii (1IUUUU1SIO ai least $25,000. $10,000 of which we would lik.to t, uovlly RHODES Fk (ff Root tnd Shofi. chi rjKj novuy RHODE unanimously and with great zciA and ear nestness, urged tne last proposition, it ap peared to me thnt if ever there were a case upon earth in which a disputed boundary should be settled amicably, adjusted by com promise, that of Texas was one. We of-l i'er, it is true, u very largo sum of money ten millions nl' lnllni's fur pvi'lnsimi nl' New Mexico from her limits ; but then wo mill ll'iit'rimr iiiilniilini.iit ATiirlli AmniMnit powers, than under the eagle of the Unjon, anil i win consent to its dissolution. 1 would yield to it if Congress were to usurp a pow er which lam sure it will never do to u bolish slavery within the limitsof the States; for should tiiere be such a usurpation, we would lie in a better condition as to slavery, bad as il would be, out of the Union than n too L nion. Apprehensions have lieen ........ ! I.. I.. I I". ..I ! n n n r- w hv....iwiv iu.i....i .-aiuiirau ainu half of that sum to the creditors of Texas entertained and expressed ns to the want, in consequence of the U. S. having, in vir- 'in future time, of territorial scope for tl)e tue of the resolution of annexation, up-1 slave population. I believe that, at a very propriated to themselves nil the duties of I distant day, not likely to occur in the pres. foreign imports rccievable in the ports of'ent or the next century, whenever the Texas, whilst independent, which had been! vast unoccupied wastes in Mississippi, Ar- ii. J . . . ... Il r il.l lil.-ij. j K.insas, Liuuisiuttii, rtiuuuinu, rtoriaa, una previously pledged to their creditors. 1 lie last measure in the series was that of the abolishing the ulave trade in the ti ... . t I nil . . ii il. uisinci oi ioiunitnu. i uai ii aue nau iosi 'IVvfl. slinll llfivn lipr.rinnn fulli. nnrttilrul slavery will have reached its natural tcrmi' nation. The density of population in lie much of its extent bv tho retrocession to! United Slates will then be so great, that tr. . . .... . r .. ... 1 .1 ...ill 1 .1. I .! .1. ; Viri'inin of t Ii ii t nnrtion eif tlin f)istriiat Iv iug South of the Potomac, nnd by other events, it was reduced, i think 1 was in formed, to a single prison or depot, in which slaves were deposited ; those slaves there will be such a reduction in the price nnd value ol lahor, as to render it much cheaper to employ free than slave labor, and slaves becoming u burden to their own ers, will l: voluntarily disposed of and al 1 (Cif J"1"1' Colicoe. fr 2 JJJJ ccnli ncr vard. at liHODld 3,000 2 Ibf Cotton Yarn. RHODES ya.rds Brown anil Blearj an Ei 8nn yards Drown anil Blc UUU from 8 lo lOclt pr y notUv RHOD 4 ML'KKS, Shawla, hooda, Comrorli, at novl4y R.KODE8 1 ,000 Ibi Teas. 5,000 Na 'I'i 8,1 U I nHfk II.. Virnia.i. I f Xrt 11C I neiore ma advance, at novii, I RHODEt? i O O"- f l Lumber at redo ted I AlUVyV DOVMV HtlUUKS I m Mu fm at au mi v W m' wm sj AT. ..J iT7 7 . 1 THE MAMMOTH STAJLOTHINP. Large Stock! LaUt8tyie! low PRICES ure ntarsiaaaa-! WnpreCedeilUli THE proprielora of th. Slar Clotliin 2.ianorium. hswai ... j . : ... f ..luurni innr won "-"" i'l of Main Ureal, next , wiiuuncB 10 ine pub lic in cen? rial amrl k-j : Ta l.r thai lh,v"h,v. Vow o, H J!n.iN Molaaaei in w LAPLINGER. ii i . i tiy i ai i. i m . were not oougnt in tne uuirici, nut were; iowuu m go nee. i nen i nope miu oeu.ve, IfifV I U..... ...I. ft ..I. .. 1 1 ...... I..... I : limlm till, al i Jlii.nwf, t la.ti J linil lilr. m ntij r.l H U I m uiuii'ui. uuiuiiy iiuui rn.li jfiiiim unit n ,iu-; ...-i-w.. ........... u..., iv.-.'nii wt mm ma mm 'va auu moit complete assorlmenl ia into the District; it was a trade in which! Providence, that the continent of Africa, Ml-jLof too iiiuuuiianis oi i lie uistnci nnu no sort " -j.khi i-iiuiii.uviuh, mn uo v;uiii- - m.n nUI(1 loinini av. f oi interest; on tue contrary, tnev wisiieu 1 pciem u icituivc jj.hh-iii; nu mu ue-' .. h . (r . - it abolidied. Southern gentlemen, years! scendai.U of its own race. If the agitation .ZLt ago, had expressed the opinion that It ought ' in regard to tho lugitive slave law should : ii, iriendn. bue limr. skept.cal on the iib'jmi to bo abolished. It sometimes exhibited continue, and increa e, and become nl.ir-, ,!,l'l'IIi,, ,l?,,","e,v";" d. ent ih-in the institution oMu-eryin one of its most! ming, it will lead to the for.naiioii of i wo Jk., , V..t ITLbllt " WZuJ T painful and unpleasant forms. I have mv-1 new parties, one for thu Union and the oih- ympiilwe teniperament, and that it a u.licie.it ?ia self seen, not often, nor lately, gangs 'of , cr ugaiit it the Union, l''-1 ('"rtia-1 III-" II I'.l ia 1 1' 1 1 MV IIIVImIIIII III IIIIIIIIIII1 111 III Iv. a 'aiivaaiiii w i iirnvrii iiveinv mv nriiirrakiA.. i 111. 'linnU a b..ki.l '.. i .... I fT). RANDY i X -sale by TLTrior,r ? h-nd end for , yj IJAI'I INfil'll , .. . .. . . . u( unrwrial. Yon,,. nyaon ana mack leas in ator. and ror 7 " 1"" Bw llOvSIv nnrn... CVffi-!? itWiSzi t'""'", k, ""'" WPEIt- O. W . CAPLINOER I lar,. lot .nroart aad kMd pap., r, .,. O. W. CtfLI.SOKI 1 , O. W. VA ri.l.VCKR U. W. CAPI IVfit o ... lanal slave J chained together unveil tiioui;n l'euiHylv.iiiia Avenue ; an 1 what humane person can contemplate such a spectacle without puiulul leelings f 1 he existence o! .the trade gave rise to great clamor and great .exaggeration at. the North ; why should it be.eontinued in the District ? Why not let ihe trader, if he chooses to continue to rinAiaAiitai hi a t-iiiu! r3;a cm in A IaV n nrl i'i.I ir. hi unvwu w lliu uiiivi B v i ichnr.ond, Annapolis, or Baltimore : if .1 . .a f I T4I" I J ..!!! me aies oi Virginia anu luaryianu win not bIIaw him to go there that i no reason wby he should be tolerated in the District it was In Aha clear and indisputable power of Congress to abolish the trade in putting jJn end to -it Cr At all event", the fluid of ex r citement and agitation has been greatly cir I cumscribed. Thus, Mr. Speaker, I trust and believe, thai of all the numerous threatening topics connected with slavery ut the comenoe- . i . I I . . F ri . uteni oi tue late saasion oi vougrom, one oiiJy remains to creats interest ntlsqlid. Iii.hu ii.-:t t a.i I liv iliviirtii nf iiliiiiiitn ns tt hysiams ot n itional policy, as to liuuui'e, free trade or protection, the improvement of riven mid harbors, the diilribulioii of tint pr 'i-eeds of the public lands, Scc ; but the systein-i of policy springing out of the administration of the government of the Union, lose all their interest and impor tance, if that Union is to be dissolved. They sunk into utterlnftgnificance before the all-important, pervasive and para mount interest of the Union itself; and the tlatform of that Union parly will be tie fnion, the Constitution, and the enforce- iriAnt nf It Inuj A nit IT it abasnlal tin ma tow... ... .... . ... a.'.. .. . . ... v w iv. UU IA' essary to form such a party, and it shold ; be accordingly formed, I annouuoe nyteV it) this place a member of the union P'y ...i . . i i. , r. i vuuiever may ue m uqmponem elements. fUA Capi. J Ven'e tnd boyii silk tnd eottoD pltt y ff 1 eqlqri ttnaitylei, by AWtpS. P0 KNT-A ?Un oomr,,....7T7r. mmZZ! " fiWrafftjl HlffllT ADmrrnn. air ablained. w- ....... -. wl, Barcaina can h. Juat received a Ian tunnlv r .!i fA. WtlOiaaaia anrl ..,..1 il.' - . . urocariai i. two dollar. .., ,.,.. """"""'-"One doll., vcd fa d, Clu.p,. r,licul.. V" common and n. .iil a' "T " Pll can. !! Dier. k.i. iioi roilah and lataei; Ions' Iftftar. u . . tiiickd-or.;.0' t .:;.. "ver-erioei. "" enieie.' P'"t leather tin rail. u u fox p 'w-eittra arfic metalie over.hoM.'' fi'cle. . I e t. ' .' . " principle ia a ilartedfo b,..iiIlulcl ialeLamairproli , -great liiruania ail win ii.lir la.ua n.i... r H,nl I'lieu lent be rallied to the wor ld at lame that ma clolliieia o 'W,tarn(l.k lf.ni .,r.. . 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V ' oannooe aurpuaaU rpMHd in beauiw Z T atln" ,n' ou .11. i, ,un .n;"l.?r ''J do our tin "fa otth. . vvneat o Shea: ueap good, are toldVajid VAU Mall C.r.L " , r.l- - "i toe nv wDere c leit vi etl9 CIAU lAII aauanl -I. ' MntlQ only iDttrt- be ; 'IT' V "'., "rtioD it d bertlt (b. r. t- " """"H b. btt - . Me Ter the tiiy Orog fiven .1 .11 tim-a to rSTmSJ" "! be paid. "?nlu:iV'LWrv'" Hannibl, Nov. T Ie60.-9wj ""KE Wl .fa rMiiaiUri I.. . t.j . ' " tii-ular ir.rr....Trr" "?" '. d toon. Mnr... ticulw information cw beobl. ni3 kT?A-..Mo., P': EZKorfTniiia let. of the Cou,,,; B , wdrnfe .-" Ihe undaraim .'" or Jtfiaaouri.. lkt lb. next wgiHar'urVof th. TiC. , Vf"' "PI ty, .omoeeing .XlM jTtiuii.?i"id ' for nui b,,,, J- c W ' "Wlc cr t!rbtn CMtii.V.j PPlyi iid COUD- Ja Gottoa Yt Annoy. Nov. tth,J0. ' " fir.T, I IWl ua.T D. H. nu wo.