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Trommiar. Awe U. 1".
Democratic Musa of Sompiskanna Cs.
will mon al the Cacti Home la Mecums ea Mm•
day arming. of Court work (April HMO 6 .*.
wpam of appointing Minato. ha mann. thW
Ikatety in the Mats Caommtiaw which is to sum
at Pktdrary an the Mlle July mat. to pat I. vast•
Malmo a Dmnocratic candidate far Canal Commis
sars, and for Ma tnaaacuov of malt odor bad.
nem as Mall In deemed mammy.
Per erdm of Ma Gamy Mamba( Commit..
3. H. DIMOCK Manna.
i - OttitTisti i
0. fl•wday law, boolw••• Ills NO. Cbareh
wwl require Pwor•olysit AOdd diwatades. The
d.d.r will auto • gm. &we by bawls( them at
A Reno; an Masvian.—Wow!—Ore Derek
Masan it memo her the poroesdiege of a earotieg
given le another column. hem breeched • brum
e., MO , . et kn. , mob the drat peYie demo.
Wades ea • sobjeet which has been agitated to
mom extern in diffemel ember of the omen, for
Gene time pest. go IV ae the qmetiert al ormoval
M the county oral le oenceree3, we pemenally feel I
very little imminent in it. cad Mall my ;Whim pee-,
or oft. PO, we unmet bet Newt epee their I
pormartien to bend the county buildings fee the
condiume mocified) that while it ie very liberal, it
is not maroon.tw or new ; there being, we doubt
mt. scarcely • neighborhood, or even an owner of
reel eetate in the toady that would net be equally
mageoniteme, add make money at that. We,
Imo hoodrede of such ones. We hoe no doubt
ever Dimork female ars Once, and make their
perpeitiee in perfect geed faith ; end .e regards
f ability to many it out, that i• Meted rlefheihi
N let us see the der dy.
-Mal Defeat .1 the North Inerh Bill.
A. we areicrted, the bill fee the completwe of
the Borth Branch easel has been tare bity.d all ,
redemption. Oa Thursday lan the following pre.
ceethege task place t
On mon. ef Mr. Little, the bill to complete the
North Branch Canal was eaten upon third reeding.
After • discuMert between Memo. Feller, Rob.
...rte. and Peel., Mr. Walter@ smred that lg. ,
11 woe go into committee of the Whole for the per.'
mme of considering • albeit., providers that the
.Gwadar ehetl need., a loan at rat per cent. per
.ennein. to be applied to the cempletem ef the North
Mr. Sehoomner inmerho mead the memo, so
Wt the Home go iota CsinMese Br Me penmen
of cermidniag an amendment prm Meg for the am
peahen of • lON of
111,600.000, to complete
Ranh Breech. W amid the leaned Plane ; that
the Cartel Cmentimineem shall he sallalled that•lse
Ismer shall ass con mem thee 01,200.000, red
Me latter not mere thee /3400.0 W. sad Net the
Caul Cometimmen shall MI that part el the
Colombia pee Read now wed by the Reading Rail
Read Camp., for a owat em less then SIOOMM.
After • *Demme. m which Mem. H. S.
sta g T AM pro piamusememor-Jletone. M T.
wet areed to--yem 15, nem 64.
Mr. Walters thee addrearnl the Hems in am
p, of hie Menem
Mr. Meek neared to mead as ae ts
es ...der •
Vr i blerttlir . e b". ec i lt rho people .l alt nes i ttk n
tier, which was negatived—ye. IT. nays 64.
The me as. recurring en the manes of Mr.
Walters. it wee a speed to--yeas 31, says 52.
The rano. amnia. wee thee called eed me.
The main nor.er bring en the final puma. of
MB the yeas and nay* wen. m fellowe:
-Yeas.—Mmeler Ball, Biddle, Cati.Carnye, Don.
Dedel,Kniery. W. Errs, Feat., Feber. Fel.
_Herring Hens. Hewer,
Little, San WIC., Wieteghlta. Mania. Noble,
!net, Retherford;Resebeiry, Hyman, Sharp, IL
R. Smith, /steeply. Meet, Salm.% Meteene.
Swirstmedder, G. T.Theen, Wattles-34. -
Narm-Megem. Best, Wane, Bete, Beg, Con,
Fehlonet, D. Batumi'. Evans, Fame, Plemky.
-Gerdloss. Hammen, Kirk. KM,. Used. Laehmh,
Lambeth, long. lawie,.llllTehneet. M'Censey.
Serenest., H. WK., Welberry, Mare Hoek,
Mill, Monism, Myers, Nlekleeen, Pirares, Por
ta, Redick, Robb, Roberts, Bed.,. Smyth. Eltellas,
lleiliert, Shah, Taggart, Welters, Willem,
Ras, Witmer. &Obey, Packer, ripeakm-47.
TM., the, make@ • Real Allah of the small NO.
*Mune of Gayeties 'Arson, and Inth it r .
down, lie the peewee maim, the project fee map
pieties die blerth Branch mud. Much Mwe de
ity le em rem kind ef • hall pass for the aore-
Amen a mid Improvement, yet we camel refrain
ham niacin, over the defeat ef this betrailerm plea. l
It le ea • pee with the mat of Gen. Johmaarie
Brelleamieg schemes, and merited the Wham bl
which it he bee seisageed. Had the 141 b
Ikon& b... pot open it* own mane. Ismael et
Wog dogged orillo es whom n moon% en Imo
not Um Menem iota duel it would Moe onomed
nd- tko x tit tholo Mee ON Ewell seta
arsorkeent oror Lan to dour the nompeonbOny w,
tho &OW of the OK
WideCMS Of Ude Fees belbleb.
The Nethetel keelliirreeer, bridal Toyinoe
e•eiel erre, petbilited se tothdlleol whole • kw
elay. ego, he erlielt the no Sam soititeled
with ;oedipal emartamerte,•fter dee htlehieg del@
• Shoeld the nee puty. say when et !
hher b. deemed ie any met e•hte* • E.
liana. perm. ta pelmet the fenertime of y
elell .... %nweee• 0•1111mia leeer Meek" se
es te eh the eiltshea Merges the North ere
W Orr sectional petty *nee, the heeidelet
any hoe it to be Ids mime they le hymn Yip
needy ea thee, as set eeently the H.P. timeieg.
bet ate perfect .ihr P. ma atemeept M alleetate
vas rheas et the Uele• hem tutether."
Ott which the Peaehilyeales Nara. t• The is
eery dlipleneatle awl edam I WI Y ..perm .D
week. te bbe b. Ilkaylq.Yrwy ewe,
Pb. Wile•••, H.P.etle. Ittemere. thereee, wd
when—. hheetenetee• reee Mitre , Y . h.ely I h
Y et, and lmei I will dere•••• .ley I. dot
le • &teem/ le te gee Wog le reveal he.
merry Isiimiem. Mr. Illseedith .. Gower
hinrese. IDA Mewl he* WIN.. et seem sp.
wee tlet P. et ate
WO. bel Few mil." Modell I 1141 he I
fa I Whet • bowellbl beechen WY* •• Mt
Yee' see *chi... ewe esti him Widopey t
Mom dental heel bweedlleen See .M Whiplete
Teybee be. Whew I My the why, Yew de Oro
bee epll • Demeeteib .he *ow way ark lbw
at Yoe Dom, and then Weary ameba Toilets
ST The !Mame= of N. Tett way My*
moimilpi Uvula' Yam Marla Ihr Illayer. yea
Yr Whip Odd./ Ifoolhdl. IbN •
Yin althe 1011.41:.
Math, *III le Mimi mpg&
" Thal die Perewylvwde M.N.M.I have bete
paid riele.b•it In ndief etWae. Iwo hem • menu at
unmitigated dieing te We haler% wbe weeWer
t 1:: Pe ei;te: etwirleid. t i t tetti ,
whiek with lam reimee=dl2 . 7 . & •••1 itself at
web teeny at
Penewyteeete 7 1 1=Very=YIalle k". " *."'".r.
The Imago hoiden et Pretreyiesuirt mech.
'alined eate=r fel=l wee tierierited deg. at le
i mg weepailled to wive her bawdy Bohol wee,
tine•ere • vow =Olney el her Geiser et berm.
They ma rmere • tepee& thee • teurree,
which wee loudly fee tiledement, and Wet. twe We
' IPA weedy. thweeetitetereel 1 bogie with, and
I....oweignil in their origin. they lbw, . . • wet tit
wend to the folly wed wienweewe of MI /*be
am. (then we/maw) to yet Wiser Mt eau people
by &P&Ww et t em , &V.. ear Eitate,t h.....
end %bread. Why dew we ear Legislate's new
dht me.ea laws se se te weals whhtioned thistwee
awash le weep than frow üblasee 7 It es. In
dew, mad ems wet dewy lbw it is legh time.
Daily New, (Whig) N The dig ermtition • tele
graphic annerracenseat from Weehiegten that
Sixty Poitmutors were removed In the intoner of
Penneyleanie the day previous. This is proven
biag pnateriptiere with • vengeance, and by whale
wee. Every Democratic Pristreastsr til• coontry
ins, now take wining, for there Is no longer •
Nat hi. head has gel to fall. mitt that night
speedily. The gainedne I. prepared. and the vie
' time are being trundled to this daughter with hies.
motive, and even liglitniug pace. h Welly
puerile nod MO.. to impair* how mach wholesale
proseription tallies with G... Taylor and hie chant.
p.... pregame.. beim the deetwo. Who ever
knew • Whig to keep his monist t But let them i
lin while they bee and bide the day of reckon
inn. winch- will =rely came like • thief is the
night,. within lees dour foot died year. The pea
fide nal never be humbugged by fahe promisee
twice in enceemion; and these base weiodlore who
have sr eurreptitiondy wounded thenweivro inte
power, are nght enjoying their poseraiene'
while they hare them.
Itemlllms war Tlitismier.
The Logidantra of bll•mtithanoto, and the Sen
ate of New York, (both .trolly Whig) have joot
adopted, each by . vouy decoded vote, the identical
indis Auld li.b.lity principle. long advocated by
the Itemoenito of this Plate,. the settled polity
of those States iu relation to Bonita Thin
stealing our thunder . ' mod effectually. By the
way, what • rebuke to throe Pennaylew
ton whom representation to a man are Gammen
oath • pnacipk, and atm to thaw treachemus
Democrat@ who acted recently la cowed with
them They ere emphatically bengingemet the
wheel* of mignon to be ceuebod by their make
time" k d gratifying, exceediagly w, tri thue
learn that Democratic antlimeat la seaward,
j fining itself into the inditatiene of other /hates,
avan awash the prrlyis boner diem by superior
numbent. How hag will !Mare sal baba in
Pen.ylventa eland in the way et the juggernaut,
public mealtime., by *mein w osbitary
I pedant • Wenn.
The Editor .f the Mods Oleo mot be • eent.
and.. mOake. How him talk:
Tine ding robed onmpapes MY..Y• ie . ow
raiste4 , end is i. ebeaceaglio• • ohomolies.
One men sohectibee t. a newspaper sad pars
the it in uhrasee ; he ryes Mew mod nada it the
year rowed with the prowl selisthetiot that it is his
sent. Ile hands Men athenieesweet said pays he
This is semppaper patessage.
Another man mays, please put my ..1.1.1141 en your
lia .f ...perdue. ; and gem of without as mush .e
keying rid pay sum. He .is yea I..demise,
bet may. nothing about pay he it Time pares,
your patience is exhausted and you den her.. Ile
Ries w . matron, wham pays, perhaps not.
Another man Ms been . ...seethe,. hum time.
Ile becomes need of y.., and wants . <huge.
Thinks he wend a city paper. Tel. the Post
maner to diserstime, and one of kW papen to re
named to yea marked terass4 . Paying lop he
ilia among the last of hie thersilds; bend, he
wand his money le mod la • •ay patellar.
After a tins yen lash ever Ids aceemd, sad me
aHU of balance dm!' I. diem he pay it finely
and cberef.llyl Ws leave him d armwer. Thee,
I Ms* n eet^leiPer
Alaska teas liver sear yea—seaw Wok your
paper—it r 1....11--daet like the editor-don't
like the pohlics—an whale*, tw besasnak, or
tee arnethieg el•—Yel goes neplady this rylk.
b..d reads hi by • lard 6s--111.1. task with
W contests, dapstn its mathsh, sal qsande with
11. lyp. Oaesnawlly mars as Miele he Mies—
' ayes half • dime, rug beg. . stun., Thia too,
Mahar spode • ilaa bane, sr wimp • pair of
them ; is •••• witk Map i• had awl spar
•• fa•t—Sail• ma, yrs •••4r Mst Isk•• nev
paper—knew• eamigh. F n.a, k areel•dea
••—•••the • mdiee et the feet,
with a Plasm ewMith, wed mewl re halt a Men
dww, aow row pay Ow maw or pepeoet
Me; bet wooly yr ow% dour fee ...b ;hasp ;
moor kr • yoor—b.. • Itwolly shah. yowls,
op mood hien who low to owl X. wed loom wow
;MO Is owhil by owelhog X ow roar than how
warter's whoa., which wwN owl, paha" 5 w
8111. H. moo Moos or Moody pea& of Wham;
a' yew, Mow dew kW ow ;milk pad.) Maim pre-
I Imo 10.110, oe m. $5O ono* ...d.
monk of him Uwe either Is Ann% heatiog,
I n.. C . " 6 ; 1 . 4 " Pow." to Iwo*. kW
mow Mope. Atwoarl Awl fo • ww;lor that
MM Faroe OW him Ihnik ewe op IR Moe Ir.
rano 4.11 that Is Om mamma thaw 1.1 15.
oamo mow b• MMus hoot the In. 1111.4 mo, Is
Atoodoor woo dim Too. it Am so red to no
NM • moo 0 mom sod Nam "TN yowler tokielt
I havo paid IN Awl la empire, rat 1 tntti N 1.7
rot Mt orolhor." 1110 Jam my rrr louotoolog,
web( I. to tab hoo Ohm yotor HYMN' Wort
Ittedio, Id oft enopper ridoor • =Omit
ride Add la do rot day Ohm Yoe ma
pi Oa wood Jr do Othe beam* oW. -V
7-. row dedmitmoll Maq mil doltid dot
moan Ned it dill lo rr tart Itiltit molds
kb& Of Ittinotot re do my M rientoot
• onnlelpo. dos ow moor toodtla Ike dot
of • per dor dwd.
Er The Ileeme et lbw U. Opened eine dio
ee Or SOL A ,vll,ellMlle aNIIIII, lb. Feel.
oedeeteg obe peered le be eel epee erift,
teat: dew •e•I1 ~le.Mell7 Mee
mil mg bet Ns yekedml mei
tie iiieftei/f le frieeeee be all 117, mai is
JameMoir WY* Sebes.. Alloot.
~ ..**e. peer.. ,
Haan tsavatt, Masco 27, 1849. , ,
The publie may expect ere long to hear ,
startling news from Harrisburg. It is pro- •
t posed to paw a law appointing two aditi-
l and members of the Canal Board, one Whig
!and one Democrat, to that hereafter the 1
I number of Canal Commissioters shall be in- ,
creased to 11.., in lieu of three as at prat- 1
ent. The eentrimire of this @Acme, the 1
Iplece when they first met to coneoet it— ,
' many miles from Harrishum.and the mane ,
by which they hope to seeurs it. consume-
Roman known,—even to the last tweeting,
held in • atember's room in • certain pop- I
agar Hotel in this borough. The %um of,
the outran. anxiety of Eartioular individ-
Ivials to re-organise the Canal Board, may
originate in their denim to have • "friend
!at wart," when the contracts on the North
IBench shall be distributed, If the shin
plaster and two per cent bank loan bill
hould become a law. It may be, too, that
the probable avoidance of the Seuylkill In-
dined Plane, has sharpened their appetite
for "fat jobs" in that quarter. At all
events, whatever the motives, whether po
litieal or pecuniary, or both, the reader may
met emceed that the deed is. seriouslymed-
,hated, and what is worse. will, in all like
o-Boa.he tarried out. It is asserted open
The heath el J.lgo b. , 11...b. we ... goad authority, ekes Meffort will be wale',
gted to twat, Se imprewbg.
to rewind the resolution paced by both
RI• He. R I. Walker le in gbfiedolinnes .4. , bonne, to adjoure she die on the 10th day
I ping with Hen. Geo. M. Dagen
[r The reported dens of Bow B. A . wll o b , To create an apparent neeemity for this ,
• ossotracheted by hi. ftiesaa ' movement, the Approp riation
It I. feared that the lermalature will not get ill in to be ad free omit
through with the poblk bottom mm le edjoesn es too late a thy to permit`the notion of thel
lb. 10M MM. Senate upon it Of enure, this will Ran
tribe deal bogy of ......... 1 ,,,,,,,,,,, lob an exams to prolong the meakm. and if
he had fermerly been rwidiog in Msddlennru,thiss the 000 . h. prolonged, 0,1 to th e people l r g . ~,,,, , of Pennsylvania. And in proof that then
• county, and whom my...newly appels a bout
the ..... pe ,,,,,,,,,,,, ~., ~,.. ~,,, by Mr ~,,,,,„ is something more than conjecture in thie
, ~,,,, wt ...., ~,,,,.., , k . , 00 ~,„,,d., no, ~,,,,,, , matter, we would remark that but twelve
working h 4.l„..z...giitt,lnosews:tidoin„;
yet p .
IMe fence by the eide of the med. It appease that
Twirling had been wedging for tome one in thin nil- the
P ile, House, having only had one !
''''' chopping coed .nod, that "" h° ' w.wwi " g in Oommitteo or the Whole. h ,
lbefere cited he Marled for borne, taking with hem a , reading a
two soar. jog whseh he got filled with Whiskey et there nothing in this to excite tars ?
I Griffis' Tavern, Moot 4 mile. West from here, after I
Tee Tree. ' 1 ' The Blesey IMmrllmiet. 1 FROM CALIFORPILt
The Hen. John Wentworth. representing' It is 'supposed, *nye the Mein. Parolee. , By way of Vera erns and UMW' Mex.
the Chicago (It) district, in Congress, that three fourths of the population of th e eo the New Orl.ne Picayune of the 24th
writ. from Washington, to Me friends at e° "" i 'Y ere emph , 3...d. in .0.0""; t h e hes San Freedmen dates to the 25th of
other quarter being divided among all other Jen ..., n e n....
home, in the following faced.. strain : enipl, meats and profeesione. Bechle• the A ' ... e . ... h ew , nen . . s..r
Are rat all easy about California ? IN mechanic; the manufacturer ; the merchant '
'my itimireCto be depopulated 9 Freni every en s tbeFranc= "called h rce •• Alta Celifornictr
pod. Alec letters are pouring in for du.- dependant upon the farmed. for patronage
Othlemionei moo , ere all tomato . edited by Edwd. Gilbert, Edwd. 0. Hem .
, hie and Geo. C. Hubbard. It le media
bb‘ mbp" and ' ie..° fr ee ' C•ibb'°i'' I' "" I 'l ettHieri. W,li,eit, th e thither . , th , • ...?" ble . to the American press. the tees dint
give it i I cannot supply one in si.hon. ere PreePer""...." the others P articipate '" ' articles being winch above what we might
deed. W e b"'" had no new d°°°'°°"'" or- their prosper ity lircm this • follow. that; here looked for, laboiing under the diead
dered, and the old ones are gone. I will whatever benefits the egneultural class, di- I'a
ntes% the editors do. From its numbs.
give you my latest news (and I believe reedy benefits three font the of lb.
lothlibi of the 411 i, 11th, 18th and 25th of Jane.
worse is to come) and that the people were enp ndireetly benefits the other fourth.
v we extract On the 11th it contd.*
I robbing and murdering each other by arcele- Surely. then, the termers have a right to . 0 , A g e ... '
t attle, and that not half arlio leit lime ever denial.' of government the means to sun. T ee lin i'. : . __B y awn . enie•lefrom the
I lived to me California, that floor was $lO ll fain their agricultural societies and to eel- 1 .... we liar ver b a ll y
' • bend, washing $5 • dozen , men's shoes loot and disseminate important information ' laus there is from twelve to th an
iodic that at the Stank,
$lO • pair, and other things in propmehm. relative to their calling. Let the light of i
}have said, before, let onetime. build mience and education be brought to the
f l ood . Ka i
i n ro k m rt i •zi a p t;i d e h . ir d g e o
o a p n d
i t t t o us d h .. ; i v a e r . :I ; .• i v :I t;
thei: di It
pieties, and we shall be happy enough et hnsbandniun be direetcd into their ' proper the ,. he. been
home. Thousands will he ruined by this channel, and results would soon be magus- '
r d l i f n ari i, m , w , Le ; n the Mockelemy and Dry Cneek •
and at the Dry Digging fever to
i h a d
. probable that while Ir
b n " . m nXrd re eniZe lb en . ow t i m aThe ,
mines. At the last account., however, the
California fever where one will gain by it. ed in which not only the farms could rim- I miners were dill digging a little, se lb.
Speaking of gold dollars reminds me that Pim, hot the trio" community with him. I streams bad not risen anv. All vapor.
the bankers, with their usual love for the 1 Them are the right sentiment., and every I ce ... i e cepne . ni n g t t e „ann. o f
Wigr: . itar " t o h: lg iwo hti p n l i ! t i l l;rome d t . ar, ra tel lb — t:rtc r i l rel n i gnt d h o:t t rl u l i t ' re r :th ". . 7 i f ito ti ll " th a l I the m ime
rgl ry ."'"f li *r tpt ty Th
are so small. West will
become of t he ' he them known—diould strive to enforce them, r e . r7,16:,,,...".4.",;;,,,, j u dges 0,..0,.
p.m ] . if it War. not for .07 , ... 0 ^th. to ' b Y "'P in t; IF" °th ' ti nver "th ent ' he ! , i° lion that there is at lee. six months prods
' watch over their intent! I gold is eel luster.. an promoting other great into- I in ,. i e the Awe ..
pp into email pleees, p oor p eo ple em get' rests, this, the greatest ••1' them all, ebonkl. p ra h e m y ...la n w i n ... wee ..... ...._
hold of it now.mi then ; whereas, the doe. ' I not be overlooked, but mine in for it. full: rimmed in thiliforcia. Connweideation losi
trine of the honker., is ° gold for the rich, share.—Germantount Telegraph. two. Fort &memento and the minims die.
rags for the pmr"—° take are of the rich', Them 's our Sentiment. exactly, •rni are diet is entirely cot off. Snow has fawn
land the will take care of the poor," due. 'such such as we have ever advocated. The n , t h e depth o f .i z et , e i g h t nob. end
I kn. The draggle for the gold dollar has I Maine Farmer speak. be th e toot h i n the fetal remains noon the ground. The Mere
t , he qu a rrel between the people and ' I pretnims. The agricultural intern!, though I ere rung rapidly . T T., g......., we, and, as in the Jaye of Gen. I three there greater than all other intermits, I t.* informed, rime fifteen feet in throe days.
Jackson, every Democrat is expected to do , from the fact that it is wider spread, ha. &mine. at the fort is repreaented dull Is
his duty.' A mane., Inn • paper
& awl been sorely oppressed with taxation to sup- the extreme.
out of his pocket as well as a gold one ; 'Port smeller anti more thththiitthted bd..'" Col. Benton's Eamons letter to the pee
' • paper dollar is often lost in sou'. pocket eats. Congrese has legislated Y"' "'"' • p
wherems a gold one can never be. . year, and passed act upon .t for the pro- note of California w. published on the Ilth
I Congress i• doing nothing except; to plies lotion of menufaetures, and all at the ex-' In the main, the letter. of Col. Benton,
the usual appropriation bills We are bar- !pen. of the farmer, and atilt are not sada- which we point,. let weak, lea well
ing no speeches and no extra document. for I ned. A movement is making all over the
eiroulati.. :country, whercever capital has reared • fee- meaning d.nment, bat he &a evidently
miatelen the calibre of the tieromunity he
With all my prejudices against the whip,' tory, to besiege Congress for more aid—for mac e.j...i.g. It ,A.,e;03, meal he..
' 1 did not ospeot to .o them ennducting an lanother tax on epic Lore, t o the profit of teemed a* a most particular favor bilks
wtneh he wee rat men again sold found by Mr. I The mimeses Rem& _Athey now are on the slavery question. Y.; the manufacturer. The farmer, though
,eiti... of ceiir ,„.... h .. , bee ...s e a
View. The probability is that he hone to death tl Cenee e eadvato ettheSeamyteules. !cannot coax or drive a majority of them to, representing three fourth. of the weskit and Ito them hie pe . ceeege. eej the „ tweed
he whether alder the influence of liquor (hi jug -Hs antsacran, March 29,1849. !touch it any way. They dare not openly [ population or in. ...try. is rarely heard I ee s e .,,, , 0 ,,,. ~...o h, he „ hihi ,
Nor ' th dom credit to hie intel and humanity.
vow empty when found) oe wekoese: or from me. , The afternoon was consumed in the defraud the people of the North, anil. be., of to our national councils. 4 his '
ether it • I Icur r ode/ to infer . , House by the consideration a men. their own pledges so for .to vote directly , inte emit require alms from the public td
Hu personal attack p. n distinguished
sus i—on Monday
' u'n" '
" s : A „ . , ~„,„; a ' reading of the Senate bill to crest • . ink-', again. on And they • rot no fearful ot , ury But It is iMpOrtant that It should not
~...„,....."7,1 , 7,„..e — 5 ; „'",,,- -e ' s , g fund, and provide for the gradual and Gen. Taylor to vote for ere. So Gout's red-' be made the pack-bonne to carry, . its , will the eee . i ., ~,,,,,...
army officers are in bad taste, and by many
Moe el the Smith-east comer of the Conn - house;
.loch 're me. -- --- -- ------. --..- --e --- I ". tain extinguishment of the debt of this: cautions, the bill for the abolition M the I turn expense, fortunes to the doors of 'Mee I iin ce.wAceda.„„ te r the Ample of
g0r.......,th. It unites the provinions ' dare trade, and the territorial bill, sleep the engaged in other pursuits. All that the this we ... 3.. enheech 5e ,.. i . e ., ... etc
W armed ' '../17:17:1:emths.";:itriu"lfrue7•7:4:17; ""'"em.ma.:, of
_most. of the rcnue bill. on the ilex ' I ales Por &no. A l.m....jority of north- I Griner requires is to b e let elan,,—to It of the tone which • although
maybe st . p.
Whim- ' r • .• , .
- Hartford. Ct., Aril 94. 8 P. •—T. H. Iley-1
om. the Democratic nandidato we
Isaias 413 in Hartford. if. alas pine in shwa
..em tome in Mitt amity. Farmington wan 9
Deenneratie representative. i being a Pen. Simm
ham, I pin. &Mk Windier. 1 gam. Manche.-
w. I pin. Weathembeld, 9 tem 'rho Whigs,
tea► quite down. The proem. &rot/tat the Dem
erratic Candidate in lb. Fmk Darrel, le elected.
and plabaltly the Mate ben per detnecratie. In
Bridppirt Me Whip en relented to have a me
jenty et 104. In Fairfield 996 ; end Mat the
Wl.il Candidate Mr Elena. in that diarist. is cer
tainly elected.—N. Y. Sem ef Teeple,.
11luxas M Old emineetlieut I
' The Democrats have nudes clean and gioriem
weep Connecticut. The Tribune of yemerday
concedes (with shop green) the election of Dem
ocrat@ in the Ist, Rd, & 34 Cenmemional Districte-1
(1.. P. Waldo, Walter Deed, and C. F. Cleveland.)
—all pins—and a Demeeratic majority en jam
babel in the Legislature. Tbs Governer is a clan
run, but it is pretty bare that the gallant C.I. Sky.
meter Otero of Cbemillepeo) bee ouldertanced hb
arbig competitor. One bombed dream for Old
, ,-- —, -- '.,„^- -.La , -----. —,-., - iii.;,p... .la collateral inheritance to • ern \Vhig s dare not Coach . the - nl. It Is a' permission . sell what he produce. who.
__„_"'" °''',.. .727 ' '____"'"", '''.."- 'nu ell loans and stocks in this Common-' I shirtier feet, that whilst the friends of them ever he ease l ommand the highest prices.
....."'" 4 ww" . ""'"*••••''"""'"""''' . "‘" ° wealth, amigned or traeliferred by any for-manures have been steadily
and to buy wereever ho ran do so cheap
ehimmy. ' sign executor or administrator, and aura- among the Democrats, they have been moan- est. Ho desires only perininion to follow
A bill whieb newly ebtlinitm edlititt Wender ding in the name of, or hold in trust for, a ily decreasing among the Whig.. What- the Datum/ course of trade, unobatrueted 1
Mimed We H.." of WWww..kiwe at the 01 . 10 ' deasellint. It incr..... the licenses of stock, ever they may say, the actions of the Whigs by the arbitrary barrier.. o f men t e muiling
on Wednesday lam. It tom every panel : cow , and bill hookers, arty per ems. An amend- l show that they are now •• Nicholson letter" I laws. Ito is, then, willing to rely on his
liable to military duly, SO cents per mown. and !moot difered by Mr. Clem was agreed to, I men. They go the " let alone policy ."— own enterprim and energy for the market
giveererl yd...." mallemY 10 7, • emir thatlwhich increases the licenses now paid by Whig treachery, whig dnugh-facmern, will ', P 4 the world, against all competition. Ile
mil equip heed eemadier to law. It se estimated exchange broker., one hundred per cent. lose us all one anti-slavery measure. at this' lan beggar for public charity—he asks
Mot • lame enrolee revenue will be derived front! The Bill also impose. kJ amo of $3O per, minion. The Whigs have sold their birth- I but justice. Within the last four years,
the operation of this lam ' annum, on every billiard ble and ten pi right for a mess of pottage. He who eon- agriculture in the United States has made
The analysis of the vele en the North Breech , alloy, Md.. rwt.wanti .ter cellar , and quered the Mexican. et Buena Vista, ha. ! greater advaneee than in any eight years
c...tial .how. it. in siina enni a.,,,, n i n i n , .. beer homes, and venders of nostrums and already whipped all the tree principles out that have preceded them, and the interest
fow...' Aye... Whys 4 Demarrats 2 Nantes;
patent medicines. It provides that on- ,of mine of the ablest allies the Mexicans is now more proeperem, pays more to the !
eye at intermit @ball only be taxed for State • had in the American Compere. The Sash- l deserving tiller for the amount of labor'
~.,,,, r phingishp yihight.gifiegir o tDer i t , - ..,
..,,,, ~, .... . _ . e_.. . _ !.... - -•• -v....tau nut,,,,, s o u im.i, mou. ti..la oar, and, in ell respects, occupies • mere ,
thee peowere TO who othei .... the ., wow the we o turn of the amount of suet money s by tax' Whigs here o bßud to all the horrors a .1.-1 elevated position than at any tone since the
...ea., mr.f . o , ..d Mr. ‘.... .1 ft=
o l ir h e a r n .d h . e. been customer" Mr. , very extension. formation of the government. The profits
York. amandwitint to t • pee- of farming ere now melt to invite sm. i
, Melon. which waa agreed to, and ineremee *air The Worcester Palladisto tell e a! once and talent to its devehlosient and fu
l". he. Ms. lam week ...h.li • rm. 'h• - . the tar on monies at intermit, from One to i n k. a one of the • ' thee n d l' gl f
..,,,,,,,,,. n p fion a imm i n . i a oe, an we ammo in y see MOO 0
tame in every 4theetien. All elms the eastern' poor mill..
. ni .„.., the best minds and ablest chemist. busily
cm*, tenement... It ...von' mew., debt( moth' If the bill to intim= the mercantile tax, ~..." -Br ...... h° .. l° 'Mr' W arren , °' '""" • no w engaged in that moot commendable of all
Mime to the .hippy itdmoth• Mary mmod. ' and the tavern Hamm hill pass, in addition ' w"---,„ - ---:—tant Pmt master General?
purseita, endeavoring to make two blades
were dn.. mbem.emet of them laid on bilih tied ,to the one under ecesideration thia after- - ,—, sa t... ho l y half a de...
ago, there of crass grow where but one grew before
dry. A letter Own Hamblen, informs a. that the noon, there toil
e e an increase 00
,0 0 pub- p .. eading torre of 8ria ,,,,, , With the •• Maine Fanner" and the •• Ger
mano was • perfect pie at that place, and that , li e eemene, to th amount of $300,000. and i n . .. th in the un
.... o 1 mantown Telegraph," we rejoice at this.
twelve mane of the Central Railroad War, dm Penney' ' State.tock. moan rise. 1 ° °°°° ! •Y 01 H° l den • to M°° ?" ---- I became we well know that the prosperity
mil. above, mrina the Smorehenea, were tent op setts • business Arm nown in the rogioul
li a b or t ii .. Warren & 50 ... Their b e . i. that m signally characterize. the countr?
and 'thrown in. the river. Hamar estimated at I Time langlialailmrve. at this tine, is wholly attributable to the,
1 The legislature bas now been in Cession
O use sera, we
boo 1 7,1 6 .7.•
a tha e t re " f . r o ' d ^ r t
o un a r r 7 ...peril, of the farmer Now, a. ever i
from via to ten thousand dollars
Woe,. • DavlL.—Oor neighbor at the Reinter over two months and a balk and Irene gee- '
r a i ii ii b. da0 .... r
... tr . a , nlefio n ;,....g e e nr es ! liducmd by the 1 reretofore, why.. agriculture thrives, all I
, other intere s ts in equal ratio romper with I
le very much in want of a devil. Have net some ' eml kW of iWparbinim to the
a non ...nom go . epee. me for hi., rh u , npi been passed daring this time it has not
.3.'".- Things wort
Not • . with bitereste that Roush by
, .41 f;110 morni ng the flrm a P i • N•
v. . .L . . 1, e .....„, ... . in .,. wh,,,. come to our knowledge. The whole time.; largely)
..„,,,, r f I other
~.. protection--I•,..tise the ter. minonnt. that
.4. . i. ......„ . „.., i ,......,,,,,,,,,,,, has been taken up in the consideration of • , rh .., .i.:,,,,y. woke . 1 , ~ ~,,j,JT,,:„.. rearhes Gum Vir.nrli or ...the. is taken
bora! and special MS., principally tide of • ' '
rename limners. hoc ma'e'r" his .end I. ineororatin., and in re r and moth. ' selves bankrupts; and Fos Hooey . ..am t.. front tie farmer, and to Ile in...lent depreams!
ati Mieister in Berlin, and draws his rot-et. de . • • of b . ia . d e° n 'g...! , --; he turned up afterward...et la., ... I bk 1" . "'" 14 .". kiw, soil dYiwww• hi.;
'prig mt. t I session. The annum. ~ ~ m A • ff . • • pursuit. The generues tiller i , f the mil is!
now 31 menu the. Taylor and 'Meehan. have en-' appriv bilk revenue bills and all " '''''""' " ...ran ;. °"" n ''''• ''' "! '''''
domed hie sponalment.aking to the comes that have ea 1.111
'othete guning) interest , have been post- ' t°n • " ' hag "' F" .Henr y Goo "' War ' er • p ee ' r„nlioni him . • • g
• nn living he the
lin . iiii. to n i,.. p i.. in Ann , in which n cod Aseisfent Peet-master Geocral. by sp
. Removal Meeting. :ew indieguab and eorporator. are alone most nnoznit ti , ,il•l• .• de-11 mo of th e'
Mini tame of President Taylor 'a P et-usaf-
0000,far , er e
„i d .
..1. • e
, • 1
~„ F lo s t,
At • lame aced tied.ded Wady of 0e eiti•••• intended. It 11 to &dine.. On the 10th kn. G .T..7 . 1 ; and 6 ' 1 ; 4 will ' , Ik . ' '', i ''' - " e
~1,., n i ' • . ' . '''
I e •,,, l . . i ,3 .. Au.. res
af the Townehitia limmiek , mtd ...Mr id &mem - proximo. oon.equently tint more than heel". ".•"; "' ."'"° " ‘ ".°l " . " '' ' '' .. "7" ''' •••
wt, • ••.t. . ... oe .lu . itml i.IF, and
henna, estemned at. the Ilonm of Jahn Ratter an working days of the seesion remain, during la " ' n I '''', ' nun" ' •
_, ‘ .. ‘", 4 "" ''''. '''' '' '''' ''''' ' t ; ' ' :
himilee Rd a Art , . 1840 lathe Menem. , .htall which time all the impnrtant bill. of the emapensate... eateeen a 1,11,1:E•41.. ;or a . .
, , . t •fl - 1.. ~ ,eiit 1 . marma. at riMellera-;
'log pm..., vrt, believe, are .Mil rot end;
late wrowdemte. the abr. tinet me now eminer session have to be hurried through both 7 ". .•
to tax the county fee the impnimunent of die Pahl.. houses, if passed at all I " 111 eennot Uneatable that Gen. Tailor tonderst.,ll thromehunt every distriet of the'
• mammy, and can never be put on again.—
Buildings, Imiah Main wmduly sleeted rmeidern, it Me hardly be expected that /nide., had any knowledge of the individual mourn- ..,,_..,..
George Gates Lewis Illendt, Lewin H. Woodruff. Lien forced ni ann o i n O n e a.k. a ....red to one of the most important !deem in """d
and Andrew Young the Deadente, and R. T. of the .makes, often by ill-arraurdrand 11l- '1
stephroe and D. D. Minith neenrouie. "digested eompromhmit got op un the last!'
The object of the meeting heeler been Wated y, night of the maim in oemmittes of neater-' 1
the Preside ,the falowias preamble mei mein Marla ...I Dlr., soinnieved in 'Athena :
time y aimed. ',half the mem knowing what. they eon- ,'
My of nammeheameeemy I lain, will be my perfect It is fade to pre- .!
have lately eentribMed a emanikedie anwiiet to some, under these obrotimstances, a great
the intmevement awl repairs of the Public Redd. !portion of the limo of our legidature will.
lop--end n•• we en alma to be eared mien ' always be ratiebed to mime* the inisebiefs
gain la the mime way he . mm, we kome net j and evils perpMrelmi by the one whiah
hew amok. to be mewled la lecher repairs. er!Pww 4 . 4 We If thin rk.....• mow( b.!
the .earn. of New Deidiene, awl fully believing ' remedied in any ether way, the jpeople had
that Ma bank. and advamegn arida' be bull- ibetMr have biennial seadarn. This Would
Mien ham a kaolin met ant a Geary Tom.' Plwkall. wok Ulf the Wil The rabbet I.
....... ar an . .... ......., ih . I...s. ey d I certainly worthy of winos emnsideration.
assasset, That ere met. agent amp mak Te e
and MN me oar beet endows. to pineal *smok
e. alike maple nembelag picked In thle way any
Mager kw ibe wenn Monk er Mann.
Rowthed, That Vf the C. Her. awl eft.
%Misr an Est ritelis mai nollias.t se Goy
an. we, bash KWh Wln WeEdime, Ova
WO. Anew Two. GO. Snob, Mo.
11.0. y. WM.. WOO= base P. WOO V.
T. WOW= =A WO.. M..
4o plop ~rhos So dos Ohba of onoty to
Om la Ike gooopol remar7..ll ant iloomot
good - oitolooal D.IIIYr. wok ea doll In um
In veneered le Mora
theesiseth The r. peweinge • it weft
M deed by dee thew ire .1 pendia Is
IM Drrw awl la#Aan
MAYAN MAUI P.
IL T. liras" 1
Ai farm i
♦ lam Ina bees pseud by tbaOlde Lag-
Wuhan% mayalog a bessollaarfam am.
wake mei eammabg 'mina &An Is
aalia gig alb!" tam owl atga Jody
IMpeellaell, tif Urea I
d. tollypopble domporeh to tho Nam York
Brood of Ridgy. otodioa do Mowing
Imp:rant imihmadom :
- Then woo sod laparom ombho4 coo.-
od bold lad Mak ; tM q•utkon of prom
aiptiom Ina formai oomoblorod, sod all..
• moot balar &bolo the qammloo w.
Ymawl lom avast promorip
, by do folladrig vote
i Arm promoriptint 3-11 r. Zwimg mog Hr.
Agree It n,.TM Phisel.4 Yr. Keno
Mr. Orawroil. Mr. P. rod Mr.
Mr. Olaybra yes isavallsily
bob Ms Ores wee imullsmll wbb IMN of
Mr.MaIMUI nub opubramb
booty, bed debnoired mad =4.
vino er n admarby. sod dis
Mundt liebusi be would Wad by bib
Ph Orlibri. Mr. Übe or Mr. Odium
win mob. Is do Wed la le Imo r+
Is tbirryld lbw Ma sot mita
Mr. Iffiliman ibis tide Os, soil is
barbilib pme*ibuk bet the
qamilsb um Mist
the Goveromen• It caning ha pomade A .
that Judge Collate,. had any knowledge of ,
sating of the Boston Courirr, alter'
th. h", • PP" b "! '" eting that by the influence of he lady,
ASIIMMOSS, nod who is more th an any p0 „, 00 h. 00,0001 to make
• tour to Europe, mys:—.. It will be • new
•""""' tic • ""-°'"" "'P"'""""' If — "J and att
a ractive manacle to see an es-Pree
had sock knowledge, the appointment is an .. hi .
witheat ani "'" wh6b ""*" looked 9100 both intc prime ' of life, aft r er ha . viz
with mod emplattenei by the high-minded Y .
IttM Whig party. enjoyed the highest honors of the
would indkate that lbm is """-- te —
"" passing a rattan of the @areas afternoon of
n We in visiting the great theatres of
' performed, from which men of high politieald Ithe adadhad
w°l4• "‘ " wa 'l"`"r wadi "'""‘I einem and team., elm less obedient
with &mut. The appiontment is such an the ppeeoopple, 4111 , 1 d
bl de ,
nefortuate eat that we mot believe that 'to tic .
it was made basin elf upon tassileimt or Tb
mistakes isf wb
!has amended the most humble elation'
i sir 71 . 1 rnitlintd allekditleni: to the head of oats of the (tsetse (soe• t o
ise a reward for leading the 14011.0.• to 'I be dm gnaws) poor . of the globe and
the F A. In obetlhmee to and the will dile pee ,
I. who elevated him, has tranquilly
loW does the great powers with whkat
was tempormit) &abet and demanded
Ito the political kvel of the humblest eel
' me,—sob a spectack we say, will sat les ,
without its moral power sail MIMS, ova
Ithe Weds of Aluropease, everZ wham.
whether in high Madam et ho law.
Isrouswesow W thank
Innowstio Moods, in no oesoni town.
in the. sod the adjoining 510 t.., when so.
numb or Appointment. on mew to in;
os boom the_Minos whin no new ohms
osional by Ons MON ism bola
sonspiel womb to nll=
wow It lo of no *Mt boomtown Shot
no many *NM on bow for so Imo.
tin eisolol Moly he his minim is that
woo, gm norsollog those who hero
Wed sod ...the mows Mho on.
ay. AU the methane of this lawn.
lila ors Muss* dioirot —Pens.
Loam Mins boo whom. lake lo
Prookbont d I. Tomb Itopoblk sal
to Mr. 04i/lio• Don* pasytoy porslooloo
MI niers IA& Yin fanny ti• Pmese. Ho
proper. to tato la ooldualoa 'MY al Om
loombero bio boorbold ao ma of alb
gloom .M obbinoldp. No op Mir
TM soomo, M yyk....1. pr. 00 Mb* for power bb apt is to al
lAA maid. hm„...d., 40.11 wt.n Ms boys quietly as row Alm 1105
sad roqualog tbar lloyroolotalvos in ihMa" holababot barr us
llogromao yot rooolord sbo foulloraloo a float to
molt to AO .16, thaw! 1/1101. k b oblmobt
84412 1 4=:: die of to Hiss Golorr.—A toloympl
a• wi slaw. tho may. art Ryer, is Me bia
gZ i to aka & llosallorit by 'pang Yearyllyokboo bolo lbood
posed to assume toward • pupitara substan
tially what the eitisens are now tuning on.
Col. J. D. Stevenson, has telt hinmelf ag
grieved by Col. Benton's letter, and replied
to it at length thee' the Aka Californian.
The Alta Californias sepia • polygraph
about a meeting of maelstrom. in Nam
York, complaining of their hard work and
poor pay, end comments thereon S. follows:
We would Adria° a colony of them mum
working girls to come to California um"n
as poasible. They ran earn from $5 to 1125
per day in the manufacture of clothing; and
If they be •111i01111 to do still better than
that, they will Ind hundreds of young, goal.
looking and enterprisim ma ready to m
. Mace mac opport tome whisk premises a good
wife. Girls, do you hear that?
; Our reader., we presome, are becoming
limp•tient to hear mmething about the gold,
but in troth gold is mareely mentioned in
Ithe Ole before tic It.is very rarely alluded
Com Jones in endeavoring to teas maw
of hi. deserting sailor* hack, by promive.
...lieut.:um toward. them, but with what
mamas we do not learn.
A &h&jue establishment know as The
Shade.," hay hero burned down in Sm.
Frooeimeo sill, a lea of 1115, 000. It Mc
!boiled to Montgomery & Cs.
I By n paper of the 18th we perceive that
there have been some difficulties with lb.
Indian.. They are not worth reporting
We have the proemdinge of several meet
ing. of eitiaem to consider of the maned,
of forming a provisioml government, End
appointing delegates to a eonamtion for Mite
imrpotae. This convention was to have
been held ,on the sth day of March, but ha
order that ell parts of the territory might be
raid.; repremoded. and ',give tiwo to Con
gres. to provide a territorial government,
the rise for the convention to smash& has
hero ohnolged t. the Inn day of Nay amt.
The latest news which had been modem"
;at San Frandsen on the 25th Jam as,.
reached there' that day by the Americas
bonne Swallow. fifteen days from Mara
lan. Thereby the Californians learned the
election of One. Taylor.
By the following paragraph from the pm
per of the 25th it appear. that Aeon. Lam
was In San Francisco, on hie way to 0m gee.
Ile took the Somber. route km Banta Ps
to Los Angelo..
The tl S. Mormably Southampton
'rived from San Pedro lest amain. Ws
are informed that she hinge Capt. Bolden
company of dogeom, to be stationed at the
Braid° of PM Brand". 0... Lem the
newly appointsd Gomm* of Omen, is
Ipmmenger in her. He arrived at Les M
ew by lb. 11.1.• P. route. El. wile it
expeetstd te arrive here by dm first mummer.
Codum—no Air Cv ..teed
Is Hooted od tM SW haft dd. adadwia
We d& aid bowlN 1170.000
ink Gold. TM salnut of pia dd do bre%
is the liodcdlistas sdend4 Latldgles is
mewl id Irder honk Go perm do be
the Intends Ileded 11h6=1 , 1 .1 1
obsded madam bans*, es
i• *ad at doddietodel di the " doily ad
&Wm& ambees Gm
pleaanew di delind ebele mew
air A plasmas semi sled via • M
ier i• RA Mee, sad sew la pp Ye
Maus I Modem rermsdholliib mem
• vNi dem Y. SM.g Ask;
rn. we end may Rib Wee
A P ileriegh a sod ma
wslebei my Ammo sal a* min Is he
Yost I to Possoto.—Talte
s m. s tsdol 01110. sod PM 111 411111.
=do jab with odd* sod lie •
dt bar deft to dm grohord
u ssi i s me las mod do snow ell iddt
srda via the bar sod It dill
Was sod day ell MN doorddis