Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 30, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 30, 1860 Page 4
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TEE IIUPERDINO CRISIS. Preparations for 3ecb8?ioD ard fir Civil War. OnfftuizAtioB of C'oaiaiiilei-> uf Stfety i j J'ie South' THt MiNjTE MEN IN VIFmINM A.\D SOUTHCA 'JLINA The Action o* tbo Alabstaa and South Carolina legislatures. public ji.ee m* a rw Virginia. Sea: ???uiect of the Caw Between the North and the South. THE fcOU.ttlOi or LOllMMA OS SECESSION. Kit' ? i of u Houthfrn Confederacy at ilif Norlli nnd in Kurope. W.?ui?l lb* Hrtk be 4h!i U> Invade the South ?Mh IU FurMankal Crouw ellian* ? How a Southern Confederacy would Sub tain Itaelf without Taxation Tbe loath ??il uor Submit to tUe Lnuijuiatiou ot Lio<~oln, jUfi Jw? <'?r l\ sihln^lun (urrnponiienrt. W.v BiM.li/ii, Oct 3a, IStO J* M"" Manning $, m of !\e Tin ?TV ln.rndulU<j a; I U? JV ? 0, A!- ovtth* Mmlutiun at /*< SoulH ? Jfaion <f ? tin a and .? i/'i Can'.< a. if Onsof lb .- moat ftlarm'.Df "slgui ' 'thr* ai r<s protected by go&UeincD who barf tnsverwd over 'irgi [ior\:i , r of tbo K rlfcern f'lai ? Uuriug lt.? put maimer, t?tln ob?ttMMaa4ltol'4 pi-rtfM -v cf tbe North m tna b t : ;i it tSe .\>-1Wa ot n U.i S >uih ra, tit ijotilog? tuat ?i the u s there M'.iut tii?* p ",i!o rife a i lor Mato 'ain't*, t f 'ifU ill : loltlUoa, U a ? . ? tli# c !*p tr?|> f poi lteiwi S or vtaa there I f *Vr dei - >:i TV- pc ?pla of Ml.' \ vctt ;j ng Matea a reaoiatc k. la ibuir cmrtt Alabama, indeed, M 'cmf a{<> u Im riimry, ^ i, ly ut reao utioui i: r I. ? ji jlaiure, her i ? -Bert ore to the d.-ctr.ne of c.n%i<tOD, ai a r i'l i . ttc coBetlUitloo t thf Culled JHate*. arm mi le 1 t Af.n., tt* for liie aaai'i. of a Curcuiton wilt i f rty alter tt. '..on U a re . '< '-an u> tbe Pre- i cCm'v Kbi.c t ?' rltectrfl 1? r*"i> ? ?v> lie rvsolultoja ?T Sun iti uaruitM, bor U-jr'.i aluri i tuai, iu iti >v'M?wofaii} ti t ?'>! aH'.o inr a Byateuiatie oe-opara tio. of U>? duutb?ra Sw'.<? ii. rtrininc lue accrraiions of | . . r I'ai'tntea, Alai .u.a. uciIgk t?>r bararli, ivuuM on ler 0 i iruuinalatct* M.bmtt u< tiif <l'>minan>io of a aoct|.>ual Ncrit ru parly, ai.'l U> uia:'.Uiti bor (KiatUoa lima dab t*?atrlj ta?tiru??l Kj ;? I'tiriaied IB' a" a of IW but. \t- d <(ki x.i d aoltars Ii"- toe military f-,Li.j^ -utiea aloof a k-i. b?reour*? mut l iutoItp Tjia r jjjbi wo be t i!f.>- ?n? to ?^i *fy t^'? do iPUra ?b%l :no ? i:ih ia n rartwn cibcr.' ^?i>? trill ii' '4j?atioB4bly ? ? S" .11 Oaroiiua and Alanaoa ? .u a oommoa ?.l >rt in pr. u i itirir coairu..r ?i- 1 / , adras j lb?<r dJOimoa .a 1 >l i crve tbv u utrnca eau>'?. tt i --??%< i?j, Oc' fi, 1890. f" ?- ? Jv auwtl if Ow Ri h'tond Enquirtr an ? thr Se.r r-. ft if tin Hrraiti lo ike S nth an if tU L'nimt, 4c. Hit KtbhlMi^ I'^juwr of j-raterday haa th? magna x.; to declad* that ' winrtill JobUoe >n?aiitl? tli? a 1 o! 8n ^Uirru gratitude (or iU (the New Yohx Huh v.' tpatoj at a i' ,l.t btvauHa upon UteMcUoc.il el ai ? r o( lite I'ciou, by w 10m tbe lUnaui lb aurroun ! mi uaily apprt* iitu .g tlio importance of the I uloa . > h r Y?rk ilty, ard lu'.iy aware bow dbalrbetlTe to all at >t 1 grealncib wi u.it be tb dit'ulullou, tue Hbim i. bai for -rio^tb* devoted Utebcete ? rgtreof I la talon la, mtlueoes n.. lovcrlo opru the ? fee of tbe *? rto to tbe impending tojrt' wh .ta bow tor-.-atci c alike tbe North anl lb* ib Ab your eotetnp?niporbry at the metro pal Ii of rg * ta bjr bo wait* acruatomed to lndalae la acre , ru ? of booeyed commrndbt Ion, but, oa tt i contrary, ut ? ratber to a i-nciiaot atyle oi cutting up la gone ra %t.l '>%$ blbo fceea aot a litUe sent. tin lb particular ? Ben li e gently ap >i <>l It cat's te to cortun ' u i ? a on tbe body point? of t"?e "Old P immtoo," Ihle may b? re??rdrt! v i peeul'orly ?.?eoermi riprebe; * by a ? .J gpartytoatb . u t .um at w tr ill , I am |-jra ia ! I, ? vr. irencrall) ? btertained biaoog gentlemen of all ?ri t throughout tho ila\eb.tldlog Slaleb. That raau K cerU aiy mult tatrutb.'cl. bud < m> uneralrtul. wti ?, ;>r ? tmm fg to be a frietd or toe I'll*, tbe cuoelitaiiea uJ it* e uallty if tbe Mite*, wti. oroy tbe coobtaut mi (Stellar *ertioM wti ion th- Iwu, in- al iu depari ir .? a* readered to toat great a <t loud ooiae. til n a. t added thai to.- aeietiUa made u^oa iW caaduu aid bib aaabci meat r?-?i!? rxx-iTw ao e?mi alhe a *? co ru ?acc iM ?v"r#jf of CMta^Vrale tad rkfki ? . iMft Tbry are >. 'i.*> :tred e?|jaU/ Ul lwnl, nt ? -oo* uud uoj ?? Itry ba*e *tl iba'. ?w**rv ;? of * 'bead >ei wb<u tbe luve tar i>ta) loetibci.ve la An <:*u muirt revotM a. <>' ?t. lo ? U?; fealu *e .? any <-?fja ' i iteMtra Wl :aiaiM>a p?tb ??ib?'l ?? New York, j f labeuto. tally #?n?ru?a ih*3 ih ? Rlbii ? Waal a v | ip*r hbkltQbUf ?ti- imi* tbe aioit jporuutlaa i erta Mat ? v.p) U?e m... :? I tn.n la a more ?'rx ? or raratel tobe, wtlb eqcat f?? t?<? nf uf >rm?; ,oi or l> irer nf arcumeot, or tnaei.-?ia a bt(k.?r aud aebl r ?p.ie? ae lb<i aim aid > ^d of ita ria?Miiu<( arid ai-i *?:? ' ? la* ;<?' and ttdepr?de?r?. o' p.iira? bring do?n c, n ie cuadaotor abd matnbalora tue atta ?a <K lb* ibJ tl)? urtile, at> I to loem wia) be r,m a *t.j. tbe < '.?o.;>!e o* jo-.r Ktehwuba SMeoi to trarii xti?m mo ? ?ra?i*be 4>el?a*io ' a<n mi.*w Som<Hbit e t" wi " 1 1. 1. >) ba? a. *f.?- it.a* I ' uow d'll'ir** tn? ?va ??iOMr of it - lead at: Km raal tot ai alt Bi? arei <** e?.u? la aaer ia 'r ta ij a ik wapapar <mtMrt|ipu>g all bi* n>> -t*iopofai ii<e, ?j?Uip.* ^ ropb of > ? V bod7 h?r? ca'i ! wttbju! itr Ham ? Wrruritt'-.' and lao1' ? i? . ? tb>- Time*. Un i %e. ?r Ibe I ferU, <>t Ui? Krpr-it, M lira tbeir till tel. i.t ta?t?e ana |,r ? It ?, or ??!. * ? lu^ciNi to t>- ?- ?h?' naiJ i* ail en-e. b ' t i? in r r?".i?a ?bi dee* ^ ? "ra<. the H*?> ?i " b** ?o uaman* . t ?b e ?r< <: ?? .? awul, am btlng |?'?* 'Ir b?bta! tbe daK nt# an-oibtf for :U tw??t? ?r:,*u;N if any bee ? rill want a fart ma < a l?l/ ?aow:.. hp inertia l? a: a r?- ta tee lllaali- ? Mrtli a OtTMlM bo: ba I a ii ikw T *t ? M i?a1ltd badtecM ? "a BtM fart " ilec-e, o . ?' ;b> ft n h 'it enrk, p>. ra . ? >. ? ??: J j'Uiloe ipb ? i ? inMtli#^ aav^i toe atiand tor aitroaai * a ?? * ainrn iue !taj.?ii- <?' y p<?? ?!" SWBh "? ? . "? t l< : lari j?rd ?. Ii I Iwt ? Ida " ?t e-V. i. .fcber of regular raw!. ? , twi tbe r'*' "" T " %? 1 ' -i ?i ? I etew to't'i Hi- C "-**1 e i ? Biattar <f fraorbl r?j*e?? tbit Mio pture a u, ?i ? ??'*) ?o'- jif bao e? -wlmf ta Um Idflfettb'. -.ie lama U<?i 14 tbe eebWrvMft ? au I a, .ioa? lie . . wt? t mi. WiMUKfta.ii' Jt. 1*0 ?.?? 'kr A T*ji ? T%> VolMft 4k' 'V Sbmik > rtf / ? t ' W-S i/ Vii'mf.nMl ?uti rJte .* ? :k? T *e PffU Aht*4 ?f tV r<'m ? .i* < f fr ? ?.*??? fM'*? te iW S' t'S At It tuy ti full rf i << fro* di1. ten; pbltb cf tbe re'aUbm to tte abrorbln* lb^t? of "e?*??ac.a." Ii' i ;e of tl ? poot>la bee Uetd la TbrfeM p arm to tbbe '?> j?ii*erbttob ll.r dbbger t!ii> itaerbotd d* <*.aua ? ^erbbaa of * btw >r? <>f party fLr* to U> n. Tbe i <?! gbUwr. < at Baibb Vialb. 'b ' Old UtrVw ' , f.iarjr'a, ?>ay he taaea aa a t.waM of tbe ,e Tbere ? oblfi?r? y a d#r> l?t bbne t ?e ar> *4 a, ? its it be ua'farwly b v >r w< i* d t tae part i - ty, from tbe Idea that Ik ?>? <? alert ? sf 5 -? ?n?M loeowllUite a rofwr DHMMtt I* lb \ white "Old Wor too uebblblo ifif Pbf?dt tbe I>e?ftb o( lb tbat erenl.Vn neot ta i II i "i lb Qkliilk'b 1 1 a* rtm lOmtKfMbeli Obd btoO aefOd that toe fyea. ???> ?? e r ?' .-a t t beet th. nl? ot Mem?tb foe tn? tm-. :at> aba i?r ,^mi Ltoc a, thoee <eba a Mrobf f Most n the p?'t of a at* ? ?!* aga aet II* r*eol'!tio?, wni^h m I a* ft# I, i orlarui* tb? ?<i*tioa a f I. ran;* ????! t fce ? oa ore'l brt of boat Hy gpo i tbe i<ort tbo !t"fU. bu I a dee brb< n if war iipoii tie rlfbtb of the 9-> ith " lbe prof?t?r? awwrt t^iat tM aMbrtbUaa M 1 ae thtf M.tbi tb aw a?r true lb tart " I ilb leiinrtob eottira ? ? f - aat a't do ie the A". a trntf AaMbWt the nr(*a of h7 der-biiir ?t 't la co? me Liar T aa the btw^b ?# Mr Tbb?wy, re-*?t e do ilrr-ed 1b that elty It -mprat bi;y, ? out ubt.'f lerebblon npoe LMNn Hee* V ? Via- t dM Bbl Mk Keetochy Wraot b?r lo? w ia \<a . . from Nabhelllo b eoh* boaa la thmn(ht in ' ftdfb acd lane or*bb, tbe fi'oini and -?"? ? w ?? ibeae ?tr!kib*ly t?portam woedb - "4 un'ted South mby *eb Mb Cb ob.bera I. ?? t bhb?i t be e reted "A ? blted ^tooth ran oonit I tltooa y '? -?? tu? ?? obt' c? of !!??? bb^ttl-ia'atb, ereo wR. tbe al f i mm*, i tb tbotr poianoria "A -sltrd *mih miy 'o toce mir b't d r,?l? -latee to attli lonjfr rt?i th r ?-a.<? y ta i (V ia ? ? ;'i bat " iter* e of i-i'i. ?* ? ?? bi-<* ' . ?dr a > ttfi 1 Ii ?l of re' iCbC ' ?' lb * D 4M it- ? i ?> .b* Ho tti boy barter, h-it et'll 1 r oo?i >.i?- ?? or tb? <-o< tra-r ?>> b I dee'in ?? of wl*? H* 'i after tbo 4* of Hbr. h. be >1 il. t ? t|? a i Ui ? wo^erer el*) ?ae Hty > t % W?t. ftMT W Mb, Wb;1t pi >?, if bid ' i* t to MV.W wba>? to* Rtate O? Vlrgirla. lu tor iiverelga w IV ir.> rcsnlre l> lead. declared. at Norfolk, thai . .#,(? i n>t lb- UiOJv ("f redr?*a,i luat be would re CilTBlfn" ' a . Uu te *od to oraooa Oih-r aim, .?r aigna Indicate *t cUa.iv >i.?W' ?u la l?r o<> ??-. noil 'leatred by i .o:uh' nii ? ?, ??'<'- anioug ibi'be who are aomet mea re j. iriliH* Uf UilTW Kit t i* uj<' 1 a clear that the UiEuence of tberonaertra 1 1 v . n. n i r a. tvdi ? mp *ialo* la lbc Uat hoi* of pre -ii;. i :-'ui<* f. ui ? " i i{ To make that . it.-ct.vo ih? bord.r sialno rnuat vote for I r ami ,;e aid Iju e rbey might then appeal to tbo fi ;w>ii si?ub cc^leaiplatiag ??>.?> mo a with aucnu chance 1. 1 being l.ileuti! to, ana of suat?.i..ug vhe stability o( the federal govercmeol / r coofra. tbero rornt* from South Carolina a regular c> r.. uncial view of t ne a iv?uUgrt> of aeceaaiou to that -i at< , ai d aa Georgia, UMe.ttnppl aod Alabama -eem to 1 1? actratod by ite eamo loellog*. It may be well '"r Northern merchiuiti- and all tho bualnea.* ( lab*;* It tne North to LbOo^taud what are the cool, calculating, deliberate vte?a of tlie aeceder* aa to the coi toqiuhcee of ecccer.ou. 1'. ia >"m W-nood, Uieu Uiat r?r<**ion will nipaud all debt* > v ' by the South to the North ? aot a very com 1 T'.ob. ocprt t to the creditors, who ha\e found .??octher ? cion-banl* .-an?t prompt, pcactual and liberal. Hui ?. ? tcaiuu 'a not the end? civil war will eitinguitb them *"f ? en that the wont In raae of tbe nre.-vv of tiritt! i, aeil tfce MstablisbmeDt o" a hsparate confederal y, no lrtai> for lbc pa; nit.nl of debta could be negotiated tlat ? ~;d rot provide for the aurreador ol f?j;Ulr?i t.av?, or oouipenaalion l>r thi m It :? further mamtaiseil that lo bank In S'lcth Cirollna haa ever failed that cotlnu miifl he wanted by tho North, or If i.ol. wiW Uo(t a ready market otaewhere, and mu*t be pu.rt for in *|eciu: (bat r ttoa indeed li apecie, and can bo ron%erted into jnld iu the bands jr the planter without lie 'LU-rvetitlon of the North . but aa, In cage of wtoowwn, bo colitrcliota can be enToivod, the barlta will not bo pr<a*ed for du< <>nnls M> n of New York t how do you like thla commercial v f of the r. ?ulla of a ri put 1 1 jau triumph ? !!?? il not aooitthlDK "f tbe look of that rorauttr pro ft ^matlr.'.l by Buikc w iihiu tbo wa.lt of the Iintlrh tvr> lament aa ?'?hearlB|[ a wolf." Man haa a righi to do c< rta'u th.uga Tbc North hat a riybt to elect a aectlonal Pri ?icm.t But h?vr yon rouf ulcrcd the danger and mia i b.ef o' tbo attempt 1 May yon aafeiy excrcia' a rfa(tit >. Iiioh wl I In. vllaO T arnuer aud exaaperute the feoUh^^ol h< i-uJIty that may, ua in it tirno ef war between ulieu gov ??riuieiit*. auapenl tuid et:<iguiib itil debta from the S> th lo Ibe North, or at li-aal render their remote rollnc lion i!' 'pendant u|?'U th.< a.ow and uncerta n negotiation of treaty ?iioul ill .lb T:. nk of tbM, inrvkan's maruf*cturcrg. trader* me < '.iioic*. aod all workinj irnu o! N't? Vork.ua you g\> to lli leii.". ji. the tlmt 1 jc*-iay in November I ()?r \ ot folk ( orrtipnndrai ?? N on ju , V* . Ojt 'li, 1890 / o * th- late klecti'Wit at th' A ort li ? A . ItvUpfl Jmn( ('? /nitron/ ftrr th< ? 8ujUk-~Orgn iKVim of in f'iroinii, <t< T! e r <%iop of the pnpie ol th.n auction at the prea.<ut l;aie j '...'If arooaed, though not a > much in the citlr* as :it the ?? otnlng oo .ntica. Tne\ bellore that the prweot Hat<- o.' u li.r- of the country in relation to the fiiture tjecl* a the ftouih Mid hrr righU In t?? L'nlan, are uu u a? tor 1 .id any trilling ou their part. Tney believe Uiat thi r honor la at atake, and that ?omethirr m ?t be done |] it oi-.tamiahcd at. I unnullle>t. Tliey aie de t?rn ir >d ttst mileas their rights are rer'.gnlsiiJ In 1 1. I o'on to apply *ome active measure of remedy to renlft ai'gr. iU'on no the part of ihe North aay ?!i*po, form or manner ai.d that It will be the bounden duty or tho Houtberh Statra |e Like th"ir rteatluiea under ibelr owa ronirol :ind organlie wllbuat delay a eeparato ao I InJe p< xdeui c?nfcdori?cy. Ihe recent cl "CtloPB at toe Nnrlh h?-e mc?ea?<y1 th'e rUto of feeling to a higher pitch. Bollevlog thai there il ii'i liop V.I .Y the prtcei'l diviaiona clitt arruog Item to eieil a PrcgMJeul. they now ark the qu.-atlou: '?tfh?Il tli- Y w *it until Mr LUeom ia mar.gura'. -d o^-l iro th?-y make a bk>vi " Ifar most nery bellevtt fiil i ia nelttxir ibe duty trr the lut? -e*t r.i tn? South Ui remain in the l ulon ?<tgse day after the fact haa b.<?u aatvjrlained ktal Hi . Lincoln haa hwa ?'leeiatil, but thai tliey rhould imaj *1'?U ly procee d to organlie a aeparate goverunient for I he .in v) aud w ilLoravr fr u> a cjoi.i 'tun which Itei / bel'evc woj'd b ?o fatal to it- nte'eai of tho Mouth Ih.a Ih is:j tn? state of allaira wbioi really enata. a? far i. I can aM^crtaiii, c mpamea of If .nulo Men, priunlpally Of llM bm III ? ?l men nf til Hira* coun tn-r. u-e orgstizirg In every proclnol At a barb.*}** neid at Nlmmo'a in Prlti*.* Anne cotinty, on Wodnea lay, Iktcrcur Will iMtirdol a or^wd of a.Tnral tbou uiij tn one )f tte greatvai . IforU ol hM lite. Dutoardlog all any projllvitita, bo caileu ? o tlie meo of a I partma to ur.'te mn idiaUl) , to organ ae Minnie *< u for IBe pro Ui'tKt of tbeir liiwaa and aeclioa He aaid: ? Ha wa'ileo litetn to orxanise and b? nu IM alert; ha winiol Miui.l" Ken? men w bo wt'Ul ' aland by the 'hi . i mm ?? lUkklftllkl .11', Wbo woild die : r M Soutn . men ?bo wt>ul ' tu ready at a minute, tn a ?o meet, lo (jioleol the ot.lh, men ?h> would meet the W iJe A wAca of the North vter. the ? o? arouid oat, fret, with r..noo .a, loailvd w UU graiwhoi, and rlllea and i..u?kct? aac nuna, If ae cau gal them. If not. Ibeu wil t e^ori! ard abort aword*. ana bo?i? kuiv-a and If wo cannot gvt thm we will Or lit then wila pick axol au>l acjlbea, and rliovel* and pu?,a.>dlf we cat>no-. gel ih"m I ben I thai) ?-ad the v?c aod go ia for flgit'ng them wth tl.e ?eaj-?c* Uiat <?od Almvhty gave tu.'' H'a !<>oiar?a w< re rtoeived witb tromendiua clieedug aud a >plaue.. A Vote* (rout Maryland. illlNUI, Md , Oct. 27, 1S80 The W1 it South (>nt IFeftafcay? *a?ryiek#re (V Ctiutg of >rm ?? O' c rt tf the I'niird wi'U Rsngn fVnr O ?nmn.'i tn \f !\wn>n w KlfcUd, <fc Piuk Joa? Lrtter* froji bom* give ma infonnatioa U>.\t tbc black cloudk of tbc hurricane are tiiirry to|r fro in 001 cod to the ntbrr of thn polit .-al horlzao of the Siith, and that toe iturm oi o?rll w*r ? eom* read/ to b j r t o|v>o It ?? Cnlled Ft* tea Thh whole Soatb aw^na to bo fur e orklhep, and tba clang of arm 4 ret > m<U from fin A! *tisii?? of Maryland 10 tba plamk of Texaa. I eo* '.hat tka peopie of m.xt of the 9taloe hare cal'.e<l up >o tbtlr A?ator? and raprcaoDtallea* to txf rmt their 0)iiok>u with reapect to the true ao t?? of the muU> ta ?MB of the elrcttoa ot !.a*)ln, ao l I alaj perceive mat tuoet uf three adrerato diae. lutioti KtUter eajr*. "If th* Mil abati c\l! her aoo* to arms, I artil be ividi ttj? Ur?t in the field. If al?e aeinrirael to aaoari, I wti! pro !*.r? is the urxi leu yrar* to re? >*e ti i ta Pool in." Thte tvwha I ke e<] tally tlmea, doe* tt on' 1 ta nk it m<Mt probable tb?t la cm of Uie nl* ,iw? M naola I mil re fa. VTcie 1 to para tnroiga I would have either to ri -.i m or et*e to l>e pla-ed uadar the g ivermaeot o( a man l. Dtue ta tb<< A i.tfa Tbia I raa unrer ooaaotit to 4o, nor ?n ' reooMll* the idi t of ri-oat* lug an p lo -altoa from Ik* Caiteu Ma tea, ?? Ibea <t?*ortia< at the m^mem v 1 Lt my a>'iiM ? are of any value. The Charlaalea. i. C., Military. CH*RiaHtoa.a. C ,Oct. 2*. IMO. ? * >r<i VmUd f?r tkr O win* 9'ruyyU?l \> ["<>?* at i " A. :'r?a Bv'ina*? Tf * 1 ? 10a it f ' ae. I.lasoia !? a* foot j *? tledad. awl .*? 1U1 Ckc; na >? ho ill to mno !?, aloaa if n ??aary. The < ,im. us tea are drilliaf ao rattcb thai U*' ' II. urytiaii.r allari-ry Bi? <t,a~. ! a aiet.mca at ?aay a ibn .? ur 1 ir rntapa '??* ara at w< r?- .? tiij C lad*) |-??b 4 P i< '? <lr II tbrae t.mea a week, and every oae a lit' wr rdta ' Kea itaaoe to a te ti itjal party. I hope y< bate read Mr. Toacaeud'a able pias*. "the - >'"0 Atoo. .-to aid i.orero tie S..i.th." 1 keat it to la toer ami' i- 1 ami.na h?? ie?er t*?e ao uaitod. V ?? t . ur ? 'rei tin. . we .* >od,tba tune hat ? u?. k llnal rite If 1(4 niM a* "dr? I n ? intaara Mate ? 11 fouw, aii are ? 1. o? ir. - >iihi ' ?? ?r>.,?l, l ajmtiDg and a??r if ah Cn ?.t 1. - ?? 1 ,r a 1* ttc-ian. i- t t.ita ???-& I . . ? -b tba imptiia' 1 ; tf* of youth ?ho II ? at ,? c *>ir? t . t ? niata muat tr a 11 < ??>. ' j?a hot ao ? j>ray for arparala s.ate tlnr KalaiRlt Corraap*?al*n? a. RaUMia, V C., ua. ??, 1M0 1 RrrckxnrUft Mm A ' I'nlm On *n f? ? 1 t iht .igfrtn t 'Ai Aerfk?n? MtjmUkl**, Wk ? A f V TVt<* /H inuaui ? T\* 9 MtAtm Mm M*tH .V?< 1 H">- /er IM ? f? fr TVa?, ^ 11 ,r yon. ?.r, for Um ja?t aad atatr> maal ke ? ietr? t' - altc ai aim tiufc ft>a ara dally aau?> ia<- eg to the . fuf'e 1 uua aiuilff ta your ataiirahiy coodj tad I paj r la orO. *ry 1 m< * Id ; woui'l b" eounui- t? and ui ? 'M oath* c rdoct of the po ')>.'< JU a Ai itbera n p 1 it. aii? Jen for *p ? ( ai<t iaytnc bar- Uw uroaa, Lt ral > ?roi>4? iiih. -tad, as I at . I m -t'nt?l, ai' tiutlii Mun 1 -tua at the loiutry u woick I t>c 1. ?( hu? ?Mr, by tl. rrr ?r Work li( of t- ir free ayatem ait the aalnra ar rot ? <ata, t>y the em it'aiioa ofaaw ??ti ra ar.' the oj?-i $ o( new land* It yoar rf ?'*n . re 1 1 rate iatei:?.a<<a to barrtc** to the It n?r of !!>? Wb te ra> e In lb oceti laid ? >0 t ? ?er ? a ta* irity In ??jt aattnaai ceuac l? tba* * ?.re-lto I.I" M J| I^rn It! of lit* conl .terar/ th?a the taaek la fbrnwti m la, Ute b<a,d of brotberlin .1 1 aat t" tba ? ula, aad a feroei ? ta fa em ' lata ?tar, ? r> ady la i<*tnpl<< na their foraer Ir'ead* oerr aad la k| te of the ba -ne?i of the oaatit* II' 1 i kprtaeiy lalet lea h r their pr le t m ' Y 'it |t>c?, air. thai wttbout iha mnrtit . ,oa lli ' t aioa ooala not bare heea fi rei?~t? t!)?t wtlkoi tba 1'atoa the at Mat* bed profr<?a aad In ,.p >he .tf aa rartanato eoaalry oould not bare b?ea aibi re* ti^ae tr kopb* are bow to be I jrftel t ? d?#4*tr > ? ibta , l~ru?y?e>rtty will wither m< hcior* Mi it >. 'hit ?imd, 1 iBtolerebi, faaall *1 arm? of ? t > ? I mat. . .''miaf , are a'<< ? to ? the t >e<'raoK*.'it a ti ware th ?' ?jjy flaj -eil 11 k( H U> * ?ac? |l > rV'i* roaati - Now, air, 1 ''prMieixt a? you da, the dt*<ial<a aaati rr. r ?i rife praaMkl ?a Wa ooui.try , f M ap,?e?r nuaae 1 ? ? ? to tacii. ? 1 be vpiaH>i> tbat ite .>< hj ta a* r*t?er t ite aa t .? win IT?i ?.neir t*t>y ar* a <t {.?-? 1 ?fgiaae'ir* fo > i-pei .<a?. t fh*f ae* u>t ba ax.nMklor haatii ?( tbapera*NMMrf^lori*w Tae^rtth | ?a th> enaC't^t <1. ? ata'na tb?ooa?t itir*a? ' ?? aitb ail lla poweta ?kl ill '.i'kiN aMMeie* ' ? ?r i 1 ) tio ' ab 1 1 br aty pr 'ekl of .rgaer a? u ? 1. *j .* . .-eia-'y iarje.1 1 v ith dlaapkoalam, when that involves the destruction or Ui? constitution t Tho c icetitottoo ansuina that system of domestic ?arrl t.dc which the Knglish abolitionists, and their patriotic co workers oo this (Ida, would make odloat to the world, uudsr IU ban: beat name of slavery. Now, who Us it that * ould trample under foot thla syateas and the people ( 'or m< rlv brethren) who lire under It t It la the adroostea of U t* "'irrepressible conflict," the men who declare tbat ?labcr ahkll be all slave or all free." Th J, It la palp* bit, cannot be done under tbe constitution, for the btaus arc sovereign in all questions of lahor within their re sptctlve llmtta, and have never delegated to Congrers tbn l?wer 01 Interference Tnla declaration, tnerefore, com tug from a dominant faction, ihie avowal of a purpose wbicb they are prepared to accomplish, on lean It be a oira fraud and deception on their own party, uttered solely Kith a view to tenure the apolla, can ouly be vcrltled l>y a dlaruptlon of the t'cion. These free sollers, tbest Hewkrdltte, these I.lLoolnlies, are the true disunionlsts. And it ic they who deaarvi to bare the lightning blast* of an Indignant press turned upon tbera to acathe, scatter ana utterly confound Uiim. It serais to me thai In this controversy wbith now coavulaes the country tbe people of the South stand aa biameleaa aa the latnbs ('own 1* the stream, while tbe ravening wolves ofabo 111 ton disturb the waters from above. If tbe people of the Sooth apeak ol aecessioa or of disunion aa the necessary end of Iferse measures carried out, should It surprise any otwr In there a mac with a spark of manhood In bfs nature who would submit to the medltatod, threatened uulrage on his rights* Will he corsout to era wl to the footatool ol powtr, and submit hlnuolfte an insolent, Irre ? 1 ousible The mau who could think tbib i* but one dtgr<? removed abnve an idol They will resist, ibiy en i. rt rttwt, and they ought to icsist and tho I n, on w ill be broken into Pigments if these men sei.ie the reins and march o? to tlooule their Insane u< bloody purpose Would jou iD'iuireolme what Korlh Carolina will do in tbts controversy* I can tell you what 1 would do 1 would, oa I.lacotas demon, wait for uo further declare tlon ol war than that which be bus already promalge.t, and pl?oo tho Htsle aa fear sovereignty to determine whetbtr the contract of tbe oonatltalioa had not already been Mm, and she (m t.i adopt new and more reliable allies Tbi* is what 1 should do; she will wait and pen der, but wlun she MM b? r p>mpath!us uvl hvr feMMf will govern ber course, aa we shall ace. Ptihlla Heating la Princaaa Anna ( nnnty, la. APDRKK-i TO VIRMKT4? OK . tM/tTIONOI ( OmfFTTB I OF SAFKTY AMI MINUTE MRN? STATKHKNT Ol Tag CASK BKTWkhN Till Nt'KTll A. si) TH>. KOCYH. The following acdress haa been adopted by the cltlzsua of Princes Anne county, Va , to the people of tbe Old Dominion: ? We, a port ion of the people of Princess Aune county, here humbled, dt airing io confer with our lello* citizen ol tbe Common wealth ol Virginia fci-aorally, and to capresn to them our views u;x>o tbe impending dangers threat in Irg out property, our llvts, o it social saIci> , our pontics! i |uailty , our character as a peopi-a all the n-<-arii os of our peace. and tbn means ol our c umor> defeuce, <!?> ear nestly appeal to their aoU mr consideration of pun. pres ent and com. eg events, touching tlieH _? ilaog rs. sad tin, protection ol tbi*e dearest rights ol u free people A Inrge body of lsnatli.it Las long been I oriund 111 the Culled .-Hates. ? ilh the siople lulinl of abidiahlng pro porty lu ?U\ a. It is feci filei* to traro tiitflr cri*.; j, I.;* mry ur piogn.-s. Iu the beginning ti >-y ware profea s? Jly at least, of a religion* and philanthropic order, and tr.ru were but lew and ol little influaa ?. not dl -lur iiiug tii.- public peaoo I'bey aoon chaused iii o a p>liticat ele metit, and at once became ?*grei?ivo an 1 ee. I oaal Tali was easy and uatur.il as *? mm Iheeaii* of c matt aa licm Uio political slaw M the two great sa^ilous of tbe co mtry . C.iuiMte abolihbod s avery is ail the No. thern 4t?te*. Mn [>ly bevtix' it ujada it un|iroduble It wis a><ib>'. - I Iti the Noilli by b?-irg Uansi orrtxt to tae Southern ^latea, whet" aid ; > labor lit profitable The people oi th ? N xtu crn s<tatei wire not on y the common larr."^ from Atr 1a to th- S'mtUern Huiten, not whe-i their I* ?s abo lishad slavery tn thrir "v u liu. us, It was t>y a pr<M .w- so timely liisi the lUiic-H i mid t Uaailesi! to tn*. ir e rr.,M of thela slavts At aU?'it tue same timo that the Slav, ? were tl uaaeot fr<>m i he Nonh and oati*Frf aled in Ihe '>uta. '.he great |mi lit <4 Civisi >us became distinctly itcliund. fbe uooi! Hon, arlteu arly the six New EagtanS >tat< j ulipted the schema of federal |?iiioy, b s leil by AJetauder Hsu.ilu.e, ol New York , and ooalendod for large and ronroiiilkUr |s>wrs in tbe loderal government as a Dallonal au<l supreme government flw H'?ve Butos. siinctt uniKoily, |iarti ularly \ir?iui?, Kentucky, fea nessee and Norlh Caroilna, headed by TOomnji Jclers'jn. of Virginia, ulopie?l lb1* democratic r<,>"blir?n C'i - d ot tl.e rig;itaof tbe acvt rnsn States, ol s m< re ag'-ncy for the bt-Ws In a le u r-J goTt-rninuiit ot l.miu-t powers under a etrdeotiS true lion ol th ? gunstilntlon aa a compact be twet u i-<-ve??isnH this was tbe state of political partiee when the flrst aftfortutiaic elvtatou occurred tn th* otta. ?.?rail-: rcpuoii an parly af 1MC1. Ann n Bur-, a* ca.?'tdate I jr the V ce I'r' f.'enuy ran even ou tbe ticket with Mr. Jefltvana, as can l la'c lor the i'reaidency, ami, ui-der the cousIiiuIkhi before anion Jed, the lodiv ral pany attemted to repa'r it* defoat by e>ecting Unrr it sw ifl of tbe cboioe o( tbe democracy. It ia a rtmark.iUle la)l. thai m VLis couiest the lua lin^ :ao Vive of Uamilton, < ft re|H'aicd to his |>ariy, was, though be b meclf wns opposed to ri'irr, to defect and destroy the "Virginia dynasty," wbnai be deuo'inood as < ,l?coOins. ' Ttma rbowuig bis jealousy of the Sjulhern democracy. The dctnoctacy tbeu suec?i del, but then was sown tu ? tirsl a*4 <la of oivisM) in it by Aaron B irr, who permitted hill 'If to be the lustrum* nl of the felrral p rty's at leinpt to defraud it e real popular will, lhe "Virginu dyts?i> ," t-i tbea'iniuisiriii u of is >a, Ms-Iutoo sud Moaroe, in succession, lasted for twenty |.>jr years, from IH(U to lltitb, ana all aspiruab- beeam luaUiunaod antsgu ntailc to lis inCurnre. And It ia st.n more s ogular that, ihoufh Hamilton, the letdnr of the federal party, wai op lose-1 to tin, me tirsl great traitor to hia j>ert y be r.ire he was trlea for treason to b ? cm.uiry. aad Ibtugh the for mer l>tc?iu? tbe rutin of lbs latu r on i'i* I eld ol cut. or, yot cow tbelr bio *ra di'e? disckse the isrt thai Hurr e <-d with flamtlwia in being the arch ene>..y of the " V. a,aia dyuasly," a> ? noy muous w ,Ui jnuthvin democracy thus detiocrary h iu tniM n e nlcat.tled nith th"" t \ -e .?Uates, Virginlt, the largtst in the lead, and tboa ,|ui its doublw eaurr ies. Urn tn Haimliou and Uie frdrrs ".a, as I aacoad in lJ irr and a Ni r'hern deiaocraiu u lu^ c.impuaed of bla myr. midous, ihe two nnlte-t tn n S. ut > jt tuietiltty, to wnal they hotb called Ihe ?' Virginia 4y n??y " It was a ualoa in tart ol ledcralista with <i isafoc no tto-rttsa and free aoil Mala* to cnisb tbe diamnit) eaieiing moatlg ta the slav>- MaMS, ted .' .r ? .t.?ai'-or ol a cejlu y by J. (lorau, M|b ano Shiuroe And in ls^4 wbal belo'-r tia 1 be -a dene i reel as tbe alaveocracv of lite * uth Tl.ua I . der* ?i.li. >nlsrn aix! "* .rrite treason to deat> erac\ In the Northern Staua u<t oa aati-siavsry fata t.am u the North to cruab uema -.tio rep ibiwajlaai la tbe wt.oie loi r trj AnJ thua a h ?i of slavery be rame political;) sllied to ibe tn ea alika of deaaocrary ano u? * !tb? i l Maiea Tbe b>'!1 irMWW u> drnvicrbcy ?aa ? pipil of Burr, Martin Van J.ur.-B, a( Nrar fork Krom Huir. lb roach blTTi, <?> ,i . ? ii..?u i i Una iUy lb- d?* 'ul (>T ihtl ?r Wiicm y wtj.rb i* mi# a .ing ihe (real fa?atioal aovn r. cb wb*:b baa aucoondod la brt aklBg tin- a Hutu Ut* MA Musi m4 deaocratu* parttaa, **4 MM ?fl'tB % lew da) ? | ri ttaily oln ? the v bl#f Kl??lllT# id Itw t U'Ud Hat#?, in tUaWey prufwrt) )? <Ut? t-rery woor#, lr*t la DMBtMM abtl Utriiurifa, aalaaoa la tfa Hilii Tl # t .. :;ua 1 1 th' } " A'lain* raTiaiM l-d#r?!.#? Ml MM. ?<i Vaii lirfi-a Wlllbd Birr *? la ISM Too t#ni?.r / < t OMieraPV ? aud rtt?i|>r tmi ,48 aatl# by bod wtiu il t Maimer*. aa i tey were ?!.# I, ?. biaaiaial atrai t b, fh m W, i 1h40. ?<.i -h# a.aarry q i-ati -a, laid Iba i i... ;? :?* n..- o:?mpt wbi h h?^ r ib two ,1 t ..>m , i., i oii> r.?t .1 j.?ii* la IM0 Vaa Birati h:m?rl' , fi, ?frill .. In hit t.rVit B ill# *l? <# J*tal' a.OfWHl l> wiii on |nMll i'tv>|f, 8ul iBixt of bn 1rrw aotl ' IT* nr. I IU iti# .(<?? ?-r?li ? parly . lait birn ?i raved n :,ny ai u- riiita ib lb- aoti iKmta rolM M<1 an I ? a ? ry Hah*, at U rla.ro 111)- power of r-xilrnl bag Ifer n.*j rtllaa n the rirmtirralt ' and alarrbol Imy ; MIW, nil. dtctatlbf U i^t parly IU aatotlMoa and a dwp IB Ita | il Iba l#rui uf wba. la called "f^MlMr ??reni(n>l} " luia fedcimltoiii auu lb# ottbkor.tm of B irr aad Van Biit>b, really oo-peratlot i ?* t, rally, ha*# a#ir?i laxitli Cl?m lb Ibelr elnbiaw b? make uetw* 'al'C f< i?iblica|].?ji nut.tta in lb# Norui re anouaal of pnaMMIw lo alara pi. i?rty itad#i?ec# id tn# rqnallty of th#aiar# Aai#* ui iu? It <l#ral I alo<> li i? Bui i??uk alinr; m <<ok>u* la any b it tbe luiki; -a, *??:? lm*>a# ttiaatttuti-ma! <!#? <*?<' y ti?d * to 111* it ''era Kit an) B rriva, that the lanai.tr at* ?" ed by II. rn la 'h#tr craatM afattMl eiatcry ; am liif lar.atu * ?r# uotird ?<%.,?* d#?t?tracj, tro *? #. ?# lb?y ?t? it t.aa .u> abi a t i<:ao. cbuily in Ih# ?.??# .^aUn, ai .1 it i til m, tor i tnmilnli .il a* a ?bit I a-a<Mi ilirir ? hi?b#r ia? ' kul, ho?#T?r all tttta blait . v mar b#, lb# fact b *? #v | IMtMl ftrtfn' mi, l*i>a?!r.?m a. 1 b'irbar ? :i ar# na bibod to rru?i. a. mot t&ty and otavarr ? tloaioeraef on au-t ual ?! a ai -f > ? . att f| ari'. ui.? o( .l?i. y Tl ? madia U>a trluni U m aitl m . ail#<i blatk irpab lioaaiatn carta aif pf i>ablv lb# e>it iblrty .laja, and ?t ii?*tl M In |t? lafOrw-M wbal Slank roi'nbileablam l?. It Ir lb# * -j dnati" nf national dtot trd, It t* laatu to tl r ?'#?# >tM?? tir lho<-..i.tr Jv#at y of an th# -'4at?a It ohla ? it# oart^ ti rii trfi-nia# la th# t.M^ 'I'ii ? m lo <*t ou# tb# it ;v>rtall -ii 'it > .voa, aad otiw a#'a nj? a laa btfti'T Ibaa tb# cuMutatlvn ? i ?l>otiab p report 7 i? ?las#a ? birb 11 aotd to u? iia in (titur*. hltll IB It ti?fri*#>- iu? ?tt t^'Ki bulltobaiat la Mire tbaa balf ibo t#rr ' >r y a<' (iilfM f.tt? l>aor? It ?#iard i'i?r [rit# < nrih of M d#a JO rui .and cart .?i it 1 ..f 'rt ta 14 too *t| tra au?a u ? ?rr larr.l -ry a# itb M Zfi i*rc 30 lait lt?#l>idi' ?. li 'ritti'y aaq ilred by c.inim.i Cttn,'?i rim V<-t .. and Il?prl*f d aiara l?n ..1 th# r?ni,.rn' 1 n?rti rr 1 (1 ? Wtalib #?! klaao ?f ar>;i? to# ft 1 ininea <f Ca Ion a It 1. . oril), ' a ?*?? wi# ?itb t#i tai l#, a of r .m ?MO Ivad*. M fti M...I a .inblttna Of aiarii-y ta all Sta V.? ,itt tl rli tra lo alml ?ll aUrrry la IH# ^Mrlcta, lorta, ar* r ?)*. dt?.*?ar.ia ai d ?it>i'r p ar a ##4al 1 . ? n- I niuti Mai#? lunwtijt, 16.. inter -tui" alar# l>a la, ? i tti ? Cat t d Iba rU?#m ala.i l?i*?fa 'ro?a la#if i'?1ta of prolt. a, and i.m ^ni,ii- rn frt ? tUeir attu?, a .n a- |> p r 0' laut>r Il olaiM ta> Mir v 1 a!' trVity and m?Dp#litim of a?t tl#<n#nl la tb# coaax*. nrritortM b/ tbo rinnam aura Mat-a It r?f#*? a'l faytba# Mfai.iim of a?? Mt *al? It boa a a 114. d Ih# ? ujit'r# j?ia?a anta Ir ft?tin##a <4 iba I at ? . Il haa ?!#?? ??? I a tt-adili ta m mnrder#r? aa l mtrat tipra, aa mi r f# noa in aaatral ttbrra li li?a itaaN and i^MBt iba atardar of maalara >r oan ra >? |ti'?u.i nf tug n r? alaraa tl baa rr|i-a#l to praretit or puaiah ??? r<tat# aathorlt/ tb# ?p?tltal>tia of ?iar# property nat, oa lb# ta.aifaey , 11 boa it atw It ? cMir rai id-nr? 1a lb< iHtt(#nan' a#r#-a< ???Ui lo <>b#T the laara of lb# I'aina lor Ida |>rvt<' n? >' ?tar# prwpatlj II baa odratoatad 'efrdr<|B?' tr, aad mad# il i ?r< urd of ptoitir# 1 ^irlai >u tMBtito to tiia i*? t i n MHB Il (tfpoaoa prntacilob t? a ?*a frop#My r>; t r i tli t/^i, tan ka? Jjtl 'i#d piracy taa! ? br rt?r o! tt- f? !l baa ?#pt '? ? rt < tr ? ?' *a nf la * - a-taw t ? rutilfa rar tlan* Md . 0 f ;o* a i> rua ? . tt 1# ttltn- It r#rt#l't n I II ? W?to# (?(??n'Hft1 ? ' ' ?? r |VI - '1 ta ||. II" obal in ? " ? f|'o : a Nt'a an' aa **d ? tl< t#M t #ri prt#c^' |i a It# ?* ? 1' '? ? "'n- a -.a n?? t t. ? ? 1 > ?' ' ' '*??* -K?)i f *4 ri ud it I* nufclasMmllar Inroads, coi#t*aUy laorwleg, ?! r* Wrtnla ud Kentucky It la tii< mm tly scattering firebrands of ln:en <Uary *p P6a!i In our ml 1*1. 1? Du exteLded 'anatirlstr into our own borders. It has luvmded a Territory by arm* fvrniahed by Raj. grant P 1 Soclelle*, under HUM pau-oaage audbyiuais furnished by for* 411 enemies in Canada and in Uriai Britain It baa Inradrd Virginia and *h*d the blood of h> r clll rersi on hrr own aoll U baa .instill iaiid exalted to the higher t honor* 0" admiration and respect tha horrid murder*, and arson < and rapine of tbe raid of Jobn Brown ; and baa canonized lbs felons themselves as saint* of martyrdom It has burnt tbe town a and poUomd tbo eatlio, ,n1 formed tbe midnight conspiracy of tbe defopulat.oa of North Texs*. It baa proclaimed to the alave* the horrid motto? "Alara u> the sleep, tire tj tLe dwelling*, poi*on to toe f Mid and water" of slavoholl.rr* It bits pub.tsheU lta plan for the abolition of slavery ever; wt era. Ttt " rescue slave* at ail ban-s ? to lwrn i association* ? to establish preaae* ? to u?e tbe rote and i ballot ? to ralsumoney and m Hilary eq lipinent* ? to fem I %i.il dlsc.pllne armed computes? to appeal to noa siave I holder* and drtacb them from *l*vehold*r* In slave Slate* ?to b?u>ini.i>:t'ule wltb the sieves ? to t joour ^e art; slavery cmgrknt* to the South and Weat ? to sei?e other property o( s'aveboldere to compensate for coat of run ning oil their slave*? to force etnaogtpatiou br all means, especially by limiting, harrassing and frowning upon slavery in every node and furm; and, finally, by the Exe entire, by t'ongra**, by tho postal *erviu< ar J la 1 every wsy to agitate w ithaut cessiug until the 1 j-p-.ibern Stale* shall be abandoned to their fate, and, worn O'tru, aball be competed to aurreo

! iter and emancipate their alarea It haa re pudiated the decision* of the Supreme Court. It aaea.l* us trom tie pulpit, the prcw, in the school rc? in. it divide* all aeci* and religions aa well a* parlle*. It denounce* slaveholder* aa degraded by the low est im mcrslltua. lnsalta them In every form, and hold* them up to the acorn of mankind It baa already ? majority of the Ptste* undtr lta dom (nation baa Infected the federal as well a* 8 late judiciary ; has a large majority o( U.e House ot Representatives of the Congress of tho t nited State* will soon have by the new census a majority of the Senate, ant? before It ibtatr* tb( SenHtn certainly will obtain the ohief exeeutlve power of the I'Dltcd Bute*. II has announced It* purpose of total abolition in tbe State* ano everywhere, as well as In lorritorit* and dis trict* and other plaoa* ceded. And It ha* proclaimed aa "irreprefible conflict" o! higher Isw with the federal coiiM nation itself ' How, then, 1* the election of lta candidate for that chief executive power to be 1 lev "d by us and by all? His and fcia rival's sentiments are boin proclaims! ? they arn tbo game? "tbe govertmcut cannot eodure half siaie and half flee:" it Is an "IrrepreMthle conflict between op porlrg and enduring force* ; the Vol tod State* m->t mid wi l, "WKtnrr or later, bccome * siarebolding nation or en tirei> a free !?bor nation ' These ?u tbe *eriim<'uts of the oiling black epubllcai triumph? a triumph by suih tr.tans aa we have retn What then; 1 The election of Abraham LinxUlotluFnsideacy w ill bt ko optn and official avowal by a popular majority of the Vorlb and ol tbe nation that ID" past ??grcsnon." of biack ri pkbltcaiiisni are right 2. That ttiey a'e to be persisted la with great a^jrava t*oo for tbe t'ot.irt' S That vue slave -liar's shal. u,a g iveru t'oec:3elves in rr*;>r<t to their iwo pro|ierty iii their o?o limits; but u>at whllM Tcmtort** are to be allowed to proaib't slavrr;. :n th.-ir owi limits, the Slate* will not be j?-? rnitt. ? Ui prolrrt it tB pear ? In theirs I That tbe : -?ve "lutes ruid ibeir citizens are to he cocrr* 1 to ?, h mission Ai d sueij u^g-e*^K># as tb " | ?MOUSta to situal w ir It is proclaimed alreart/, and avails or.t\ tbe election tor itie ponre- and U nj ans 0. nocroe Tbe alaeUM >*IU giro il boiL. ALd it is tbe w.irse Cor oomlug in all the iwuoply of m,)ra \y, m ot right Ti e lorm is the olectiou. and tbo eltc'.lon ? II be ccbfclitotlobal. That la to be the [>ore out of which the courage or rrsiataoc* i* w> ooa*. 1h* form of the ekcttou ms; occonstllulioial, but it* intent and pur |>ose Is oor Ilv if ion nod a vli<teDt icIraclK-u fthecrcstl tutitiD No a atur what may l>e tbe farm, tbe * i3*Unoc i? sffrcSMm . the arg*u*> iou in to n* vii?i l! we sub & t to it we are al once Kubiufstel, and I' wo I i<-nd to reeisl it is time we w?re prepared ior ihnooo Girt. *h cb we csnuoi repn-M> bui may repel La view of tb'?e 1cm e?. we delibersuly rirolve ? 1 lo apjioint '?crn.mltti?t r' eafetr," aa in Rirolu ti a.ary t .uies, to t ins st ol six p<-i fons for earl) magi?te rul dtrtrirt , a tn?;,.?' ty of wboai for each distr'cl hiar act They shall dev je an 1 control measure# poii?y? lor our raiety, and fur eorollug and orgaci.-.ug >? Mj of "minute men," lor ?cm in all respecte they snail pro vide And quarterly, or ottener, at surb I -to * a* t hey reappoint, tbe rerpeellrecott.n-'iie<* of the disti irts, or itetr nipreM-ntutive*. ihail assemble, U whole ar >u t?rt, s* they may urect, as * general council for tua county, whioh sha!, sil under a cnief of mmut* men, to t>? eluled by tbe reversl conrcl*. and rera< vshf at their pleasure. The m.uut<* men ^ball e*i ute lbs order* (?f the district c.mmliiecs, and jt tbe (eoerat council, aini st all, wben oecesssry, h? provided wnb th- proper MM. V roat il be recommended to trerj coanty In tbo Oenmocvraltl. to organize in tbe mid* or * mm. la* man d er, aiid to publian the K*m? aa wo L"W order for notice U our friend* and co operators u. That the ?.uaaei.t tbo election returne are made knowu and it la ascertained that Al>ratt*tu Liucoln la llwM frealtlael of t'.e Carted Stetod, the gem-ral coun cil uf this county aliail anlect one detcc*te from najb dta trlct to meet aw ii dtligatet ui (hay be appointed ojr Hbt t eoiiniice to aarnnble la coarru'.wu at Richmond. to de termine upon mi a* .roe for protecting; our own an. -tv an I honor nr a people, Tor drieudlnt the eonet lutioo of the 1'nlled ft* ton. tor Mrm* our ruble In Uie I'nioe, and for obtaining tii' u.ai?a of the a. ?ert gn dta to of Virginia 4 That tbeee preceding* he published at Norfolk arl Kirlirroi.d. an 1 Copied be e?-nt to ouch ooonty In lue ( .>,n moowraltb : ?n<! mat the PrdMdonl anj Secretary << tbo Biertl' i; be i rflrmt to fee this rtulj executed 6. T. al a out xltuf "I Oro be appointed by tbo ("ha.r to nor duct o i rctpor .lenco Ui "hi* and other Stalra, and a oooiBitu.e < ( five >n rtib dietr'ci be alao appointor to raiae lend* mi oefrav any expenj- of printing add dltlrl butioti aa<i ."-rreapocdtM* I .derived, I t at bi oiiuif? be held to each naxtaicrlaJ district, wilhl.i a week, for the pu ,?uae o, organ ling, ac cording to Uie drat rtaoiut.oc The H?nllB>?a> ?? Virginia. TO THfc KhMlH'HAT.- OV TUK SIXTH AUBCTOKAL Ml TKICT. The m?at tachoii at tte Nurtl bare deepened act darkened the laeue* of the ruraa, bat In ito viae in paired the!' MaflM o.- leaeeue.. ilia obligation* up?t every drWYrtl to <!n all In bta ft eer to pr?eaat thnae leeue* d HtinrUy and tnUI'igtblf V- tbe people, tfuetaioed by IheicUu. ? i.wuiict. IHNM^ ??jlla and *:> > Internet* uf rrer) older hue, al.lt J by tbe high tar.'lltee, a v I tnooia ?lil, by a vtnri y aeet noal vote, la my bom Mr opinion, be elected t-miJenl, and thee th< S) 1 1 a will l>e celled upon to cocsidtr tbe ^rarcet quenliona which hare ban pri'i nled lo her since tbe tin day of Jaly, l"Ti, tii:? The qur*tiors W'nal ahal! I. nonla be Iree, OiDtnf* ?ual abali we <to t i be earfJ troni the reptiic aitdtbeniiawhictiw.il totlow ha aooeeetoe to powor* (?(?all we uavly, bUedty mat until onr oppr? nr? are lavtaled Wttb all the power uf lie exietlitc lOTTWtarat. j to make aurh law* a a lltt-y pteaae. aod ettljroe tbeia * lib the ba.irr and the ba> oaM v Mall we wait uatli, by ? btgb Urtlf, onr Rrowitig ivtam>ari.e ait I m'mt Divniifactaree are a?<i a deetr iyed, uutll ail ibe liberal oflic-a la U>e Sjuth are li'ed wnli aholi limiam, or their p uipe aad vpiet, aa 1 the wboN ,-*i uth baa bt^-naea b?l of . iwoealoi aad i^aactier oa?Ar?aT t>r ahall we im tate tbe esanpie of Mir fore l*.b"r?. and, prom og by their mm utrevigbt, o> <t c <m ?nai . u by oua<nlua ooarage and In [>?aoe prepare lor th war to dome, if o me it mi at! <b?ll the myrial dora o power ooly l>a "wide aw?ke," watte toe de< ,id?re of llber'y ?B"re Iti tgn> n iaitma ae* ?' In toy boMble opinio'i thare it but yr.mad for du>ibl o? time t<> hceiwte i aat for the south, frae aad buu<r?l, with a ropoblirao gin ronie.it aud t<|vat taw*, bar fl^lde ueatailtd with biord and unpntloteii by the foot nt tbe pppr>*or. \sd I will aoa co-'ui the ? let ol irtem 11 >? lam thcte ihtag* be aooompliahcd? Uely by cnacerv-t action b; the ^mlbem .*Hei* H. aee*rtii;g ?tte r ejrrre ,* aad unalieaabte right to taria lor tbe jo?e eceaeoh gi'er j m.r.t a la bint aoapti"! to tbe-n (ioeernmout. a< our hill of rigbie dwolart* . b*.eg irwtltutel fw the r rnimoo heertlt, orutret aa and eecurlty of the peopto, natiua or oi roin jnuy " tly eoi n mo?v?t w? tbail ar. ."pate tbe foe, preaerra 01.' I.tierly an t o?r tawe. |wot< ct oar h. :n * trom lutrage tnd our iaa t frowt d> aantetuw. . aad arotd tie cifae >n nt bload Kor wu? will .'are tt aitarc altera, or thir'.eou, or %er, nr etf et leetbera iHatea, netted. a-iuM aad de teraiuiid to he fi?*? N.wie Mat I *in eiten ttiig thte note ' u > lar I ? ill pureu*' the aabj k t wbea We meet, aa >wa I hr>|* we a hall ; aad V dtaa>r|?i.iited ta 'hat, 1 will addtewi you rally thioi.gh the la^pera. You re, re- 1 ifallf, isMHLS LYUli I* THMUC tNT IANU t I MON * |f n a> the Km hWMiiin r.ai|uir*r. Uot 39 } tbe enLoall'til'W of the l'alte?l -?*>a e ?wr>Uee inatni me, i ? ter 'rexi ! uaoaiaer al taw; It ta the rrmd aa i tbe < a'.x (KM 1 1 1 ue I III ti of tbeee Malta. * la all thai L.?aa ua a i.au k a< en?ra- ter I aaiei We, -ater I# lb. a bond? thte only hoed ? now practically In e*w leu. ' \f tbe elerea noo alarebnldtag -*ttUoe eb< n oe I alibttle.y refaae to eierut* tbe toUowiag pnreieise ooa ta net la It aoewer ? No perroa hell to eerv we or labor ta owe ?'vale aader the Hta r >h? rrot. eacapiag into aa<>th?r, ?bal), ta r. laae trerfuy liw or regulation therein, fc? ,.n?u-Mrgwd Inm e?cb >? rfhw or labor, but aaall be deitt' >ed u|> oa ?-lane ol tbe party tc wbowi n.cb arr?t?* ur Ubtir ?ay be doe. 1* there an? "Unad iX tbe t nloa o'ltieor mated." while tbe a h<> re "fendaatntal law" ta daily alwta>e|.?aiy m . iaicrt by the Irailoroue adrooatea of ? Dirhar J*e*" Haa Ibe -written inetrnritent," aa far aa onereeoa the , r till i* and tat* reata of the < it>ri-niof lb* ala*. tuldiog yralea, ? >re e'reagtb for tb.r protect too, tban If II Waa ' a tti? r? rope of aaiid Mr Wabeter alio aaerrte-l that. "? rmtraer broken ua one aide ta a mutract broacu oa ail at tae " Waal oblige line ta lir.ooaed ufion the -toetn Vi o<?e?'?? a c "an art which baa heea brtkea hy tbe North Will any ftiead <d Judge ft iugiaa? tha etiampt n of enemloa. of employ leg f?"t? arainet >eereign ?raiiw? In Virginia etplaln 1 be etr?a>?a <4 th* Siutb may t -y I'nloa I Ca ne aa mn< h ae they < howe, hut there la no I'atoa, when the o?ti? boad la ? itf'i ly and oulr*?roualf vi -ieunl? <|lare gar led ae aterh aa tt each boad bad aer.tr l>*ea ? r.-ai<xl Italy r*'iitr?a I bat tbe elerehoidlog fttatea abmild b-gla to prepare for the wor*| Tbe elnctmn of l.laada ta al m. ?t aa cer 'Ala ae Ih.'tlgh II were a fat t orremiWt Tb* avi tw at which Mcarea hbi elaotlna w tbe eaatl Mi -at whKh haa troddea the r.*ietltnl'.?a anlrr fxH? whs b baa wanmaly . laauiitiogly a porte-l wita the rlfhtd 01 tlteee at?|ea trr tther ' o*e?| acta ' aeceaaa'y to mviace Moqlhera ? t tee* tbat eel' pt eaerrat'.te tit -entirely r <atfliaada tt ? m to atibo nee to the world their parpoee I ream en l?i<aclwn*b* ? > pat? t ? "iVnf ttwuaM Dl ? Hue moot hold a* o?ee aadef a>im ? wtrat <? df . a aay too*e i i >it a 1b ' ?< r'lti? n idc a >retca i"??oiatr who ?.? r . b'?t<|lt< t . oh' tt|er'tfce>i .?t t ,t m, If ihaba. t* -*?> tr ? ot(erti . ai a-latlnli ! i a rant' n a be.h?~ enaet'l iwatraraol a."T*rl t*> ???th r ' -? the 'b coel- ?t te a I lit' t> IW e pport fb.- v ' wm ?*i i tf M '*i?# ' whether Um of a constitutional Cat on was de 1 sirebie or not. In tb? erect of her deciding efflrmetlvoiy, i-he would ; bass to give unquestionable guarastM* that, iheooei.'W ?lo fortver. there should l>e perfect equal ty fur um i Boeth Id the I n Ion The election of Llaoola Is to decide the destiny of tbo stavrho'.nlng 8tal?s If, m ihe a ,>wod author of the ' lr r< pr -irtble conflict,'' and a* puliara' tiny In the hu ll of "base Judean/' be can emjlo' in the public oflli-ee re tpccteble Southern cit.zees then those State*- are so fallen thnt It matter* not at what Hue thiy uuri.a'jit ugly lay their bead* ni>ou the executioner b bloc* l.lnooln regarda bis election as so certain mat bl" pri vate speut is atruady eugageu, it is said, La arrtngiug his Cahlne; The yxwl of Secrttary jtf Stale, acionlint (none arcDur.t M? have heard, u iu U rfferedlo a Virgii.xar., whose ax. itar.ee hat been fmp.'vk'/j if not poti/uvly re ceivti. utile the Attorney Grnriauhip irili be txilovx I -jk/.i a Smith (JeMtnisn. This, If it b? true, la arraogou m tbt spirit cf a peace offering, as the most effective poMcy lor accomplishing the floal sub.iapation of the aiAvelioll Ing State* lines Mr. Butts, or Mr Rives, or Mr. F.lhe rlc'g", or Mr. Anybody i-lse, who Is not tbe merest of po litical saviDtcrtrt. accept? Wll! either consent to so oulrtgo tbe pubi c op nlon o! their fellow citizens r? to so dishonor the fair fame of tuelr reepeclivci common wealths rutraiuTioK in vmorKiA? goybrnob ibtchkb on HOUTHEBK ACTION. A correspondent of toe 1'hiUJelpliia IMorr wrltet ?I hare seen a letter from (?ororuor I^otcher, slating sub stantially that, la view of Imminent danger of seoeis.on at the extreme South ? which result he deplore- ? be la puttlr.g Virginia In a state of preparation to prevent any thing like force being brought to bear agairtt seceding Btatea.by marching government troops through Virginia. CALL TO DRTBRMIKK WHAT THE SOUTH SHALL DO. To tub 1-auris or Cakbou. iocnti Tbe result of tbe election in tbe Suites of Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania, on tbe 10th of this month, indicate with certainty tbo triumph in November next or Abra ham Lincoln, the blaok republican abolitionist for the l*rt'sidcucy If elected, as we n MV believe he wlU be, It will be upon i-r'nclplea of avowod hostility to us and our institutions. Lincoln and hts party folio wen, declare in advance and bave f mght tbe campaign upon tbe issue thai the con Diet bet woe n slavery and anti-slavery is irre pressible. and that one or tbe other must go down. Now. then. If Lincoln be elected ujoo such an issue as Ibat? if our own government sfcuall pas* into bands solemnly pledged to ct-Ktroy us. the grave queei'on la pre sented to us. what shall we of the Soutb do? The uodortlgned. In view of the alarming and threat ening aspect of tbe times, unite tn a call for a public meeting of tbe cltm-ns of the county to be boid in Car rolltou. on Friday next the l'.'tb Inst., without reapect of party to talo ocunsel of caoh other as beoomes a pco| la who have oommon interests and must share a common destiny. Samuel Dart F. ? Foil*, M T Put r #11, J. 7. George R L Bingham F W Kejee, P. F. L.diiel!, i; V Neill, R. W. Yt ill auiaon W B H'im.Dan K Russell. J. 8. John sou W M suuurburj , W. Ray, W. W l.iddoil. Thomas i Join P. P. A r'l-ep.es. 1". W Hrnpbili aud other* Cami.olton Miss Oct. 17. Ihoo. Pabllr Sentiment of South Carolina. HKCKSSHIN Jl'OTI PIBD BV A NOBTUKItN MAS. Tbe ChurluMtoD MT^ry publishes ihw lollowin^ extract Of * fetter of W. H Lawrence, a North) rn can ? lar be it Irom me to ap<ravat<- th>' complaicts on the part of tbe Soutb. but, II a Presided is elected with the a\owe<i object ot cr.-attog a rer,ile war, exposiug, Ibrongh mtKSIOBar ea of abolll oa and Incendiary pub Iicathms (H>r tfel distribution of which tbe l\.ei (Mticee are to ite aaiie su'.>*ervient), the prop.-rty of Un plant tern to cor.L'sgrat.on acd ruin, and tuelr wi-c? and Jaivotert to hi rror* mtlnltely worse than death, no hu mai. mar, ho* ever ardently ' tta'-bel to tbe Union, could object to their anticipating ihe 'atal bloir, not only Isjr r< fUMnc obedience to tbe federal authorities, but by even icvckiLg, as aid our anctlttraal tbe Revolution, foreign aid. MIM TV Mi.N FN SOUTH flAROMKA. The organ'xation of "Minute Mm," wnicn started a fi w ?t< ?ro in iMmhia ?? exte:. 1 throughout the Sta'r. This ( Ore to tbe ' Wide AwtJi-*" will sooa >tn brace al tbe true hearted rum of every dirtrct n Soot a (arv. i l, s bopf, tays tb* (?eorget ?** It will numl-er tens of ihwrauds m every Slon there State Tft<i "Mtunte Men" are led on by the mett Influential citizen* aid wilt bt> ready at ? moment's ware log for any ;m<r gercy. Tfce olam spirit li ?cvug tbe 4MMMM C tb?*? , by vhnae labors, sacrifices and iloo l , our lo1ep?<n d.os< ?.u*?ecured. I/>t tae |i*o^le, from ibe tn<mntalas lo tbe few, arm for the defence cf ttielr righ s, tbe proiei lion . f tieir homes, urn tbe overth-"W of tflo'r euomles If thi-y are n ?t wilting to be irampl?<i uprw. by tbe fool of North 'm power. If they value tbe'r p-npe ty, tb?lr pros per. ty, tteir honor, lol them arm, drill aad prepare for v , or) aad a Stout i Tn ounfoder*'/. TtiK v okk oom< nurxLT on. We are fiatifled to learn, r ay a tbe (wmden (S. C.) Journal, that an auxiliary Astocia' ion of Minute Men has been for tea at Iteaverdam Church, In the western part of our iiiatr'ct llie c.impeny was organised by Coinnol W. /.. Is-l-ner, of this place, whoae i|?*ch < u tae ocaa s i>n, ws have been credibly Inforroed, wr.j a maoU-rly effort, clear and logical, el< nuent. atle and to tbe point, carrying tbe audi. Lee wltb b:m aad : esoltlng in the *n rolim< ut of iiver forty st? ine.h uieu, plodgod t) tbe .ie ftooe of "Southern oonstiiutlonal < quality in tbe I'd'oo, or fail.ng that, to establish our lnde..<iodence >>ut of it " Dr. Jam** 'J .lone- was elected captain; Dr. James A. (ilenn, first lieutenant, J. L li gan, second, and Captain F Parker, eraign W. learn that the association will likely toon number ocr hundred men t iiber aavtrf- all' vs will certainly soon bo formed In tb* diSerant neighborhoods of otir district, and we truit very tonp to chronlcls the fast that over fivr bindred good srd true men In Ker*haw are pledgi J. armed and ready at '-Minute Men" for the daluicc o! our con>titutlooal rlgtts TH* MIMTK MgN t?f OUtNOKgntO. The Wlouw- Mta of Oraixeburg, M C. .now number up wards of ona hurn'red. On Saturday bight laul thoy had a torchlight para 'e. Tbe 8 -nthr ?t f ? M f.iro they uirhtndrd they wire drawn up la line, and toad* the wel?ia ring with Uire? loud aad he*rty cbeerf for Separate Mat* action Tli* i ffeort of the company ar.- ? T. J. C'ovsr, 0? 'alb; J H Icider, First Ll*<ileaMt; J. V (.iovor, . >ud I.icnUranl J. F. talar, Third Lieu le ant. T??* Uavtrnor ?f Lenlilaaa *a Hsesaaloa aad at italbera laateatlea. The New Organs Oh/mi e>atalns a l"Og letter fr^m flo verunr Hi < re )* reply I* * note sent b>m by a aumber of |<roa*tsenl r l.a>-iin. r> ,|U' il Uig his npic >n sa to tbe pro per policy fbr the South to pnrsti" la the event of the tae ceas tbe rwpabliraa party Tb* letler of lb* noveroor I* *a elaborate dtacQMlen of tbe ouert oa at It-ia, bat cloee* e'.th the fhUotrlag direct reply to the interroga tory It is ssked, f l.lnc 'n b? elected President ?bat sboult tb* Hr th d> To is* I aa*wt r, that I do not re? ard It aa wise or pri dent to coiaiU myM-ll, eitli?r as a cil'saa ?r a tp?gi*irate. to any extreme nteasnrw n ? epeaklagf^r r>y? f , ani tur miselfalnae. i am ftee to eay that tbe succrse nf Mr. I tooln wim'd liaitify the 4outbern ?'late* Us withdrawing I , th* Lahio Mrit I do n-H advis*, or bind mye?lf |.e'*nM'ly or <tr. .ally, lo tbis par' I Miar Kurfr I tbtt k tb* Southera Siatew thoaM meet la m*. InesM, >* ? >*ie >?'? j nsay b* tie* ire i u save n* from the d svM. e that all deprecate, nod ?n*e wee'd lament r r< re Siac-reiy ibtn miseif Although enrroundel -?y gloom ui.d latter I iun aoi without bop* that ws atull y.-t wialber tie storm Rrwnd In a political acbool. ooe of wfiooe fualasiertal tra? i ? ts not u. dee;<air of the r?piiblle. 'real, If *o; wiihronudi aae, yet u 'pefdily, la tbe belief tbal tbe good st'.-te ol the |<"pie will yet be made t> rebuCc Ui" mt ? dt-'tiy ar..' ft i MtioMm of tbo*. who are striving to obtsla i<owsi tswwi ol the govarameat in order to vromote tlntr evb deaign* Ai u wore tbaa ??"?, I leel thai the *nult la awakre r.g lulu mtgnltb , of it* danger* that en loaipaea het, and that ?'ir p*->pl>, by aa ^erwuei-nlog lrai'>r|ty, compiled of whig*. ilsia?'lUs aaa Americans, will abow t at ?.< we e?_bol wia tbo Pre* ..eatial victory, that we car at l?ast j>*ewrnl to tbe enemy aa utbri>?? etiluma aad a unlte<1 r'.eOaace I have eedearoeed to reply to y?r? note wn?i f new neat and with lalrnea* to all I enosi i*-r the r.iadUioa 01 pun lie t"t:r* so u. f rtunate that it booowe every good eitl r-n to f rego f. rmer party dVseealon* It is. douat'e**, kuowa I ' yoo all that I am a democrat bat I beg yon to believe tbtt tb la reply to you' uot* is not written In a partisan spirit All my interacts it la lyniislaoa. and vna wtii | .-doe ma fbr say tig 'bat they are large I Ka*e trle?t to atr?er juu with mo>1erattoa, aad to pints both eg but what I am convinced I* strictly tri" Onr strongest relit', ew for lh* p eaervatue of tb" f'blon is up* a nailed <r>uth, and that can be mar rented only by supporting Mr. Br*aklalid(*. R. spent fu I y. yooe eb* diest servant, TllO o M' ? TV> Meters R * EeUia, Joha C. R ett, W. Ooa. aad others The Repebllreae Ranipaet and Insolent 1st Iowa? I ht I etarn allies Ahnat te Kmlftais. It tract of a letter from l.roknk, Intra -There nag. thiag sew hert, everytfetsg leqn.iedeB, pel itica Is lb* oaly esciilrg lof <c. We are looking wite a greet daei of anx'eiy to tbe reeult of tbe i ectlon la November Th* cheacee ar* very much ageleat u* no s, but we still hope. To* hers no idee how violeet ee l prescriptive thsr* I p<i bl leans are getting to b*. sad tteo their vtct-iriee la j Prsnsj Ivtme eed Ohio It la wnrrc. \ oe oeeoot talk to j them withoot hi leg latuitel, an i tlnoa they feel oonu d*et of v?t?ry, they exproai th* eitMt t loleal Mntimeel* egaitst th* tv?ulh aad avoar th msc. oa tb- ,,i 'initte New V >ek ? our last hope, and I ffcer will b? a stl.n oee. Tbe gsmrel imprvtaioe ia ir*t very toee begroe* win* allowed to vote here aa la'ieio A noan ?ro; ivrsees bete tniend leexlns iflJeooir stoil' M?Wlti fieofeuk I <eer be* ?e?-n lie bett deyt tut snr'-te ht* bees mva 'nd aad divl.iad by tbe "irre) reetlbic rnnf'ct" ? the ohttrdbe* the seme way Von can n > reells? wbtl there lliiaa party I*, et less joo lie* with it a* I <?>. all lb ,eni? nf the day are tieind ia It* ranks fighting w iti ibern |o ih?ir cri eade **a net the !< utn fhe pert featiH ar Initio! s? cleiy in Inibol* w- >te * |e|tee io '.b?tr Ooevetitliie in New York, in wbtoh be says? "Tes-e will be no seen things* treedoei so lot at poopl? wrortble (Tin*t aad st*T>-ry evista la the (tieth " Thr>*e are the altlta <4 the republican perty DliantoM? II tnki-Trailf [Krwnt Ibc CnarkMon Mrreary, 0~t 9ft. { A r >rr.? ?.ti.1?n tr?tu nf |k> rlfert vf th? Moebliob of fc-?ib from ib? t'nn?, in ram Mr I* ?,?, oltb rr?(*rt to our bank* . w>d u n*?M? Ui? Norlborn >UW? Wr pr.^i ?? lot*/ ? voriti ob Hh)wW 1h?qar*M?tn >' it* ?i?u> Ktm or artlna tb ronjoorl'nb "Ilk ?th?r ??, I* not Inn.ltM (n our Inquiry , but b*-"ig ??!<. h"? will II* buitt ng ?:.d I 'Btoor l*t of sj <t:th Ctr?.:n* ?? * * h?Ux r our bank* p*y??fiWfr nt tho H?w?"l?>b ??( HtaH fncti ihe No'i^mrn .j ,i? p?'? In** ibl<' b of ff.'ti Al pr?*-ol hr ifw wmWiWM ?C Ikr I'r H 91* -? tb? MMNM ?>' MM N ?Mlxtb ???!?? ? ?a ent >?<?* |h? r ; ????!> r n Ib?n by CM r-r ? nf I Ik .*> . ->rt > r r- urU ti ubiirr R<:| lh? ro??| ?? ? { fb m l ? n l ? .?I nlH, At f t *Wof ta# *?Mu?ri jut. 4 ? u?? wllk BO power to UM OUT courts Of J US 1 10* w e* force Uie pt^Mt of debts due to them from otU* T? ?<wttoer. tftatea. Tbo hostile eonduot of m North wui havw canned the atptrMiot. Uatll the r*4* lions M?nb th? Southern ud Northern Males ara eelUed , they must be oonatdered aa quaai enemies. If ths Northern State* quietly recognise our right to mime our independence ot them, doabilees the right mar be ac corded to them, by special treaty , io eoforce tha oolleo t'.oo of th* debt* due to then through our oouru or Jua uce but tr tbey attempt forco? make war upon ua? for* w!lh, ad debts bet ?e?M? llie people of the warring siaten are expunged. and, unless revived by treaty, will be oh Iterated iorcver *v between two nations malaa ever* mat, a vman and child inhabiting them enemies to ensh other; and to take, rtesvroj or enjoy the property of m enemy is tho r'.ght of all boll gercnti. The beat thing, therefore, is cute rtou*?i Carollo* w^ki from tha Union, which coulJ occur for thoee in South Carolina who owe debts to Northern creditor*, would bo ao attempt by the Northern States to coerce tb< Mate by military forge The dial" would not probably allow her citizens to pay ft dollar lo Northern creditor* until ample Indemnity was made for all l<taeea resulting from the war Uta Northern people force upoo her. Secession, therefore, lofpeoda all North -to debta, aai war e*tingnisbes them. Let ui Bupp> > heta only hob pec^eo? the merchant* - >he debtor* ' ' lit* South ara liberated from all preeaure for their p*. aeot. It i* they, the Northern people? the Northern cr?illtor? ? who bare driven us out of a union with them. 1 -it them bear tha cot.aeqoenous of their oppressions and p rseontiou. It m the; who have broken up our usual channels of trade and hare spread whatever embarrassment may arise la the South? (re venting the collect loo of debt*, and, perhftfw. bringing trouble and loa* to commercial speculations. Let them wait, at least, until the new channels of com merce. tliey have forced as to eeek, shaJ be ralrly opeaed, before they shall be empowered to require the payment i f the debts we owe them, compensating those at lbs : South whose elalmi have not been met at tne North. l Bow long they will hare to wait, will depend on tha pre | paredncss of Uta Northern States to mate a eatiafhetorj i treaty wilt ua. One thing, however, we suppose is oertala. They can never make any treaty with nl, which does not \ stipulate that they shall surrender or pay for every fugitive slave who passea within their limits. Soma tj*e 1 may transpire before they oome to this. But they wil I h?v? to or roe to it, or have do intercourse with ua With ' recession trom the Union the legality of enforced pay menu tense ? a protest means postponement ? perhaps I extinction:.* Banks ara not pressed for discounts, a ? stock* oi goods on band can bo ruallzed at leisure, and 1 the money used to Tivify and open new channels of trade and commerce. Our correspondent suggests that our Legislature, la I case the State socedeejfrom the Felon, shonld authorias a t us pension of speciefpayments by the banks. One ot | ice tirst expedients to spread onfuslon and distress over tlie State, undoubtedly, may be a run upon tbo basks for specie by Northern capitalists We trust no Qarolinla would be guilty of such unpatriotic oonduct. At present the eschar ges between the North and South an based upon go?''s ou the one side, and cotton on Utt other. Bui let the goods fr-m the North In the Rcctb be cot pair(|f'T, and no roor.- g.K*l? from the North be required for Southern consumption, in consequence of the cheaper European guods 111 eralrd 'rum (he lariAT,' and the cotton must be paid fur Id specie. Of course our banks can have no difficulty la obtaining tptcle Oar bank* are sound. No bank In South Carolina bag ever failed Vet no banks may be able to (land a panic Suspension of ipecie pay moots, is the natural reumdy for back panic* Id the case of artioti the ."tal-1 ought to reilcre and protect them from those who are Inimical, by authorizing a suspension of specie pavroents. No one, in or out of <jouih Carolina, tiittrosl* ibeir integrity, o? their ability to redeem their n< ter With or without a sn'peuslon of specie payments, cur agricultural productions will enable tuern lo realize at y amount of specie they may need, cither from ths North or from Europe Onlton l? specie. It come* from the ear ih like gold, and is coovenable Into pold wholly lr.de iiencert of the North .Ho much for the future. Bui whilst the Slate ought to protect the bank* from any financial irregularil es or oonvuls'ona it shall pr? door, tin re is a duly also from the banns to the people, ilank* woe not established wttli a view only In ihe hereflt of the individual* owning them They a'e public institution*, created by the publie, and lor a mutual tworfit. ITiry create and control the cur rency o) wbich all property is measured. We do not i met our baiikersto be Robert Morrises, bat we do eg u> ct them to have regat d to the purpose* of their creft tion. Instead of seeking abroad profits which no other business in the State, exocpt forlunalo speculation and shaving obtain? proSls leading to build up other States &Ld cities on the capital of this HU?te, and at the mconve nlei.ee of our clllrens at b?oto? iLStead of snaking now extra pn Ott out vl the disinu-M-s which they in great part bave produoed, they ought to dlicoust as freely as they can to relieve that premure which exists So far as ft future change ol' government, and the temporary distrust and fears it Inspires are conoersbd, the stockholders are citizens of South Carolina, like the rest of ol, and ooght to bear their part of any depri 7allons. troubles or I ?esen which msy be necessary to save oar liberties and thoas Institutions whlcb, If deatroyed, makes their stock valss Irss. We apprehend no serious losses, however, resulting frrm the i*taie *eceding from the I'aion ? nose which will weigh ft feather whan compared with the prosperity and ga n, with the liberty and Independence tt wlli ssccrs in ? Southern confederacy , and to no place more than la Cliftr>e?tin. I /el as, then, art with liberality and coal dercc, for there Is really no good cause for ftpprehsnsian and stringency. Slavery and thr ClnflnnkU IMkttem. TO THK EDITOR OP THI HKBtl.D. A correspondent of your paper, writing rrom Spring Hold, Illinois, under date of Oitober 1 (published la U>a IImuu) of tbe 19tb), bu the folio#. a* paragraph ? So muck for Mr Lirroln's ruoord oa tbe flavery qoes lion It la not rear so radical as some or tbs avowed doctrines of Ibe J ?moratic par Mr Benjamin P. Hal It ti, who baa tiu> credit of having framed the CioclonaW platform, when a'ting aa rbairman of tbe Democratic Mate Oorumittre of Mas'achusatls la 1449, in a Mtale Ooa v? r.i.i'o. wrote and reported a rraolution womb waa swal lowud whole ?jr tliat body, and beoame tbe avowed potioy of the party, wbl ib reads aa follows:? Resolved, That we are oppwed to slavery la evsTT for* and color, an l In fhvor of freedom and free soil wb crever man Uvea throughout U.xl a heritage. Yoor correspondent bas been misled by a falae aad gar bit d quotation wbicb waa list mad* la a speech la Cooyress ny a Northern free sailar In 1U1 It waa tbea expaaed and corrected by a member of Coogras from Vtr glalh, bat baa sinoe b?ea repeatedly need by partlaaM without U>e correctloa, and la now revived, tbo igh again and agaia refuted by deatals published all over the country? to difflcalt la It for truth, even sbea aha doaa let her boots on, to run down a laJsebood tbat bas got the start of her In the news Taper preaa Tbe misqootatloa omenta fa Uetaihiag the first part of a arrlea of arqeent r>eolui ma, and omitting tbe qsallfy ug eenttwoa " but," Ac , wbu.,i la aa tnn-n a part or tha naolutioo quoted as " Tbe fool hatb said In bis beart " tm a |<arl of the seataaca In the Bible ?? tbere ia ao Hod ' TO ? reeolutiots. as repirtod .a tha Convention of 1MB, read thus ? RraoHed. Tbat we ara awrahed to slavery la every firm and ccior, aad in favor of freed ,? and free aoil wh. rever msu llras tbinu^boa; God's bet itage. K<wol\ed, That we are uppoaed to toe enenaion of ata \ery to ires Territories. sod in favor of tbe ifrciae of aft crnrtltntiov.il ni'-aas to restrict It to tha limits within which It docs ur may etist by lie looal laws of tb<> ritausa. htl, fteaolvwd. Tbat thras seotim-cw are ao nr. ueraai at toe rtli as to baton* to no party, be.n( held la maan by nearly a!1 mm nonb of a hormonal lire, while tbey are I sped la ted by ????. man aouta af tbat HH, an l therefore UirT cannot b< made a nation a. |. ?rty tt?t Wb ls tbe r"anl?tlrra sprue* tbo ?eatiacnts of oitptvl t oo to slavery aa llit v. n. vers*! opinions of tha North, peculiar to ao parly, they sxprrailv declare tbat they are ssctlonal , and therefore ran n it ha made a national iiarty teat, and thus, la Jnoimii with the f iatb, repo diate item aa a t rat or a jolitieai platform of tha 4saa? rrattr i arty. t correapoMlent, wbo doaMMa did not meaa to mate aa unflir quotatiou, onuld find any such dootriaa aa thia avowed by Mr I. a<~ala, be would relieve the aountry rr?tt any dan g?r of Ma e lor t loo by tbe nectloaal anli slavery |?rty ol the V rib who support n o fir tea rnaMesty Pltwee t.-ake this rorv- n hi the spirit of your usttl ibirnes In lik< rases Busrox, net. 22, I860 *ews rrous Jamaica. COTTON t TLTIV 4TION ? T1IB a th'aiLW ITXD ? -TICaB flOMMrMICaTHM BKTU ?.>.* TH> * OKTIfKEK rimn **d nkw tob*? ntoarccT ot oooD i. hops? run LhMCB OP INPLtiy'.'A. We are la poe?eatioe of n- as fr m .Uaama. Wsat lndtea, to tb<' Mu instant. Tb" ?a oso- n. J'ott tha leaf ing provincial paper, says lber? Is a movemsat na foot la llauover , at'sb, an.oag the small setliers, to engage ia the caltlvatioa of cotlAc, la whioh I bey will be eaooa raged by the Baanver i>-o??tywf Iniusiry. The l*otl speaks la tbe following bop fj'. straiu o( tbe pn^ect.? Tiie rrei? i tr <i Preai leat of taw !*rir ? tor reread 'r or i?oi|l> II ? has, foe *?m> time paat, 0<-.-e la nwree ? ?i.iiraee with gant.rmM) la In (lend, who are an iH*?i o' tbe rvowtit of cnttcn la tba Brttiab West ladlee. aad ?wptcially ia Jaaiama Tbeae geatleriiea bar.' nrnmteed to inrniab a large stippay U i"ms? tbe beat deaerlptloa, with i ii and ? .bee a>a. o oes lor tae pr<*paraixi? ol the |<nds la snch a maaaer aa to rer ,'jtr tbem St ror eipnrtatioe an J ea'e Keep*- able i .milies tn bnmbto eircnw ataacs will tb a he eauttnei, bv creditable iMua try to snuport tliemsatves ceeeatiy ao" ivjwi'irt%blv aa l It IS tot at all improvable tliat In tSiw mrsa of a few veara . "ttue wlU Ncna. aaos mors a stafHf prudnct of the ooloay. Mr ArnaboMi. an Ilht aa i?nt'em?a, wb" hta reevled la K'agatoa for several year*, has n :ree? | |a obu mag liberal eaheeeiidloas la Sid n< the rstr die mnrewist made hy "Ibe brave aad ga iant Ooerai Karlbi'dt '->r thrown* nfl the joke whirb has enslaved ita'y for raaay years." Tbe movement * c*?er?l !',r?ofbo<it tbe island, sad Mr. Arnabo'li, who is aa ardent M'laaM", bv as tabhshad agvasits all tear las Ulan I for Ibe ooilsctraa sf moery la alt of tba fiarbstdl fiai; Mr?tra *? Wft|hl k Co. , of K ?fato?, th? a|?>nU o? Holt, of Li far pool. who baa (1m ooalratt for cart /ia? M?a tn"fith j mail between Naw Virk a?4 KHifda. wr1M<-? ? Iff tar ?n lb* orttv?r of tba Kalaunrt* P*. Ug that tf (?mt irai tatftn-aaioawi WIN way a* p???? |or? ai ?) frwtjhl tc<>al4 n?l^r a< ih? ?orlh?ro pT?* <* month or M?rtr(n ha/, tba mall ??r?m?r? *?U o*?l tbora ati<< Mop from (it V> HK-I** ftoura. aatmc ih> fa-tbw a?b "li'-il'i'-ltew t>? (I ipir an ??|- " T*o MtaaOTl ?#h* ?? (Jnr?at'l ooaaiT ba hi?Hj- far ?r*t . eaf'?o"l? T*" lr ??? I" ue4 arr ?c^o?t?<( v ba i? ???' **'? o?**r, ?t?n **?nr I 1 of m. ahari'aai * ^ * antar aatatra In trta i-a'ttboao' fnW*r?."i J.?aa aa? IUn ?* <w o* m ?*, ?a<t a hot"1 ta ?? ?,<????? : tnai tor pr i of ?? (ii ?i4 r?8l Rn I* 'M ( ilr ?? ab a?4 < tb-r wartrtg lfctlatr* ?(? p?r"( ? ? **" U .1 B-1 f I ?<M (?"! or-arra*. ar<1 i ' ;?*! ????< ? ' n l>.. 1 1?! fc?? lb ?->vM ba mm> r*f