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a pprove it, or ill should be passed by a vote al
two-thirds of litth Houses: but itlirs' a right
to demand that the President shall exercise his
constitutional ower and arrest it; if his judg
ment is againstl it. If he surrender this power,
er fail to curate it in a case where he cannot
approve, it won d make his formal approval a
mere mockery, `ind would be itself a violation
of the eoustitutjon, and the dissenting State
would become abound by a law which had. not
been passed isi*ording to the sanctions of the
The objecticep to the exercise of the yrro,
power is found.ld upon an idea respecting, the
popular will, wkleh of 'harried out, would Duni- 1
hilate State sovereignty; and substitute for the
present federal i overnmenva consolidation, di- 1
rected by a supposed numeric 4 majority. AI
revolution of t 4 government would be silently
effected, and the States would be Subjected to
laws to which they had never given their _
The Supremos Court of the United States is
invested witb th* power to declare, and has de
clared, acts of Congress passed with the con
currence of the g. enate, the House of Represen
tatives,. and the. a approval of the President, to
her unconstitutiapal and void; and yet none, it 1
is presumed, ead be found, who - will be disposed j
to strip this highest judicial tribunal under the I
constitution of `t his acknowledged power—a
power neecessar alike to its independence and
the rights of individuals.
For the same season that the Executive veto
should, accordin; to thetloctrine maintained, be
r endered neugatikry, and be practically expung
ed from the emittution, this power of the Court
should also be r 1 rendered nengatery and be ex
punged, tecause . f t
restrains l fhe Legislative and
Executivt3 will, ; ml bemuse - the exereiiiiz of
such a power by e Court maybe regarded as
being in tonflict 1 Attlithe espaeitY-4 1- . 1 4 6 1,:,0:'
pie to govern themailves;;;;lnditedthOc: is
more reason for spiking this ptiyttOri*Onirt
from the eonstit 'on than'theit:4-41iitinf Ae
l ealified veto of e Preside t rit;' .M..trisiilii.de
eision of the Cou is final, and can Xiiier, lib re
versed, even thorish both Houses, of Csieitgiess
and the President should be unanimous in op
position to it ; whereas 'the veto of the Presi
dent may be overruled by a vote of two-thirds
e l m
of both Houses Congress, or by the people
at the polls. 1 .
- It is obvious that to preserve the system es
tablished by the konstitution, each of the co
ordinate branehe ' i of the government—the Ex
ecutive,,Legislatibe e and Judicial—must left
in the exercise 0,1
its appropriate powers. If
the Executive or ryse Judieial blench be depri-
ved of powers conferred upon either as checks
on the Legislaqe, the preponderance of the
latter will becomS disproportionate and absor
bing, and the otlitrs impotent for the accom
plishment of the great objects for which they
were establistedli Organized as they are by
the Constitution,Othey work together for the
pnblie good. - H the Executive and the -Judi
ciary shall be deitrived of the constitutional
powers invested iii them, and of their due pro
portions, the eq4librium of the system must
be destroyed, an& consolidation- of unchecked. i
despotic power, eercised by majorities of the i
Legislative brane .
The Executive„ egislative and Judicial, each 1
constitute' a sep4rate co-ordinate department I
of the godernmenq; and each is independent of
the others. In tb performance of tir respec- 1
tive duties under the constitution, neither can, I
is i 4 legitimate iiction, contesl-eitee (Milers.— I
Tbefveach act tipelin their several responsibili
ties in their respettive spheres ; hot if the doe-'
trees now nitaint4ned be correct. ; the Execs
the must becenee practically subordinate to
the Legislative, at id the Judiciary must beet:me i
subordinate to ba h the Legislative and Exeq
utive; and thus t e whole power of the go' ern
meat would Be merged into a single department.
Whenever, if eve 4 this shall occur, our glorious
system of self-gov rnment will crumble into re
ins--to be sacce ed, first by anarchy, and ft- i
daily by monarch or despotism. lam far froth
believing that thin doctrine is the sentiment (4 1 1
the American people; and during the short pd-
ni.i which remains, in which it will be my dutis 1
to administer the !xecutive department, it will
he my aim to m t arn its- independence, mad;
discharge its du gs , without infringing upon 1
the power or dugs of either of the other do- 1
partrnents of the government,.
The power of t 6 Executive veto was exer-
died by the -first -*nd most illustrious of my
predecessors, and four of.his successors who I
preceded me-in t 1 administration of the
ernmeot, and, it i telieved, in no instance pre
judicially to the Oblic interests, - It has never I
been, and there isitett little danger that it ever 1
can be abused. i o President will ever desire,
unnecessarily, to lace his opinion in oppoei-
ton to that of ClgreSs.. He must always ex-1
ercise the power tsluctatitly, and only in cases i
where his convictus make it smatter of stern
Wit, which be mien.,., scape. Indeed, there
is iltro danger th'At toks.
tib.• resident, from the re-,
migmmee he mu.. 4 always feel to come in col
lision with Congrss may fail to exercise it in
cases where the litYeservation of the Constitu
•um front infraeton, or the public good, may
demand. it, than teat ho will ever exercise it
unnecessarily or fyantonly.r 1
During the pe4od I have administered die
"Ferecutise depart4nt of the government, great ,
end important q*stions of public policy, for-
Uri and dondesti§, -have arisen, upon which it
rag my duty totg. It may indeed , be truly
said that my A. 'aistration has fallen upon
eventful times, , ff. have felt most sensibly the
weight of the higliiesporutibilities devolved up
on me. , With mkt:Aber object than the public
good, the midurit(g fame, and permanent pros=
perity of say country, I have pursued the con
victions of my ottn, beat judgment .
partial arbitmmeAt of erdightenedpublic opin
lee, present, and tsture, will determine how far
the public polleyil have maintained,and the
measurtm, I have lom time to timtrecommend- '
ed, lairlare tee ed to advance er 'retard le'
public iprosperit%at home, and to elevate or' .d - I
press the =tin* of our national' chanter '
throat ---. 'iii E , -
IstriMottle ttlesaingictf the Alud:ihti-Xliall ! ..
your lehlawatiois at your present' leePertf.ut
"0 441 , 11 1 - ertitut .hope is, that,.lll *up " .
. Wi on t ii!
lames, sei ueaeurit you maybe glutt4o
vise pitulti. MCI ' speik ms may redound-05th* ,
Lemmas,. the tenor, sila the zi ory of- :.our -th;.
/ma emtlY• r i — 'Mi K: POI& 1 1
Washington, DeCember '6
1848 - ' '1:
Cymru. CiTr 14311,;BOUraii.--la
Philathdphis Crinunal Oonrt, on Solara:y:lot.
an* Parsonwhoused sentence upon Jan,
Th° 4" ll Tolnietb 4 , 4," and SOhn
Viiitehouse, Au* ;9111,D0ke,! , ! conviOtellif the
!abbey of the Pester County Bank AU
Piped oftit 4 esass was that Asa olthe
ulds* Ilf• • — • •t, St 11441filikli, in thii
Rut " P ".`' • * 61.414 ale*
mottbit 'The - • • ..01jewskoirakiiio*Inew
fer Odr - Wink leen of di• AO* *Wii
lonaitta in ibis Boma n% y.
- O. O. ‘TIEMPSTEAD; !Itor.
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~oll~'Osß~.'....DEC Bl n '
' I A NEW PEWEE IN. --
To THE DEMOCRATS OW B SQIIREANNA.a.
SWF are about to make an anno neement to our
patrons which we are quite s re will rejoice
them. " Encouraged by the ve liberal patron
age we have been, and are no ' the recipients
of, as well as by promiseti fro' a number of
zealous and valued friends that that patronage
shall be considertbly augments and stimula
ted by an earnest, desire to r erii the same
' and keep pace Iwith the gring interests
and requirements' of our cou nty, we are now
making arrangements to again I enlarge to the
amount of abotit four columns, land . otherwise
greatly improvt, the DEMOCRAiT, at the com
mencement of the new voiuml in January.—
We need hardly assign. a reason further for so
doing, 'than is given in the_forioing.
Politically the character of the paper will of.
course undergo no change. Alt.hough abating
to some extent from the past in the amount I
of political matter to be published in its col- I
watts, until the' opening of another campaign—
not some two years distant—yiet we shall re
lai:tiot ono iota of our seal and upport of radi
cal pemocracy, or of hostility to modern Whig
gery. As a literary paper we d esign to render
its Columns more than ever interesting and at
tractive, while as a news paper •we need hard
ly give renewed assurances th t it shall be
second to none in the country
reputation as "the best becaus,
earliest news," shall not suffer
but through the iid of the Ilagn
soon to be completed to this p
means, we promise to make it
thaa ever. Our Agricultural
finq the enlargement which we
make peculiarly to their adv
shall invariably have at least
each number exclusively devote'
suit, and frequently morn.
Besides these interests and branches of a
newspaper enterprise,, we purpos to add a well
eonipilea Bank Note list,. a co it
ons report of
the markets, which the Telegraph will greatly
facilitate us in rendering correct o up to the la
test moment, with numerous other improve
meritsln which it is ,not*essary &name here.
But to accOmplish - thigittrange en t, of course
we Shall have to be to conside ble extra ex
pense, which we rely upen our riends of this
county to reimburse by inereasiffg our patron
age. this, several of them have already vol
unteere4 to do. And who cannot do some
thing '+. Who among our already numerous
(list of patrons cannot, by a reryllittle exertion,
get.'ns a new subscriber? Willleach one think j
! of this 1; One additional substiriber by eachl
1 wcnM - gice wr - a llst numbering O'er two thou.;
' sat& 'And even an increase of lone subscriber
to every two we now have would give us a list
of spore than fifteen hundred. This, on an av
erage, can easily be done, and cif our friends
will only aid ns in doing it, w 4 will obligate
j ourselves to again increase the ! ,ize and value
of the paper commensurate( with the patronage
Iwe i3hall have received. We i . tend this as.a
direct appeal to each one of t em, and trust
the will regard it as such.
1 Our:terms will be the same as heretofore—
no() cash in advance, or within three months
froni the time of subscribing.
The fourth Annual message a President
Polk, has been received, and, a ugh of ex
traordinary length, is now laid b fread
ers entire in anticipation of ond regula übli
catien day. We bespeak for it a thorough and
cargul'pernsal, assuring all that it will amply
repay if, as it transcends in - impertance, ability
an& interest any Executive message that has
been publihThed in many a year. We shall / lilt
attempt, as is customary' some of our'
-city cotemporaries, to analyze - dt condense it ; ,
first„ because we have no speed' to spare fore,
such a purpose, and secondly, because we have
no crispslsition; •=prefering much that! each one
of our readers should peruse and construe it for
hinselr; which sane might fail td do, because of
its prolixity; did ire give it ins opts. •
What is .said b e y the President on the slavery
quell : Hon+ of,'courte :we shall not Ibe expected to
endorse; , yet we 'will give him! the credit" of
stating and supporting the Southern side of the
queStion with , more than usual - candor, .force
and;ability. Being himself, a S#utherner awls
1'31&10-61der, find strongly wed ded to the sls,-
veri influence, it would not of course be ex
pecieent-hitti, more than it wi be of Genetal
Taylorto favor in any way - th restriction of
slaverY ft; iii iireseni limits.
' Uis 'Statement of the conditi
try,;of the immense vslie of
.Tialacquisitioni, 'and his moo 1
fat* toolicy ia.sebOon there .1
igTafyit4 and aweU . kimed,
tlo,tl.Oederal erosknip of as
o x and beumg the
nista# farm, of the :ineanurad
.the Fe 4,6 "-- ' the
I..eiiiitYi -1-.4,6 relits,,'__
I ririesdhl 7.7 fir
, . so sil
„.. . ' '
ealtur,m4Tl2ar g ame '
461 1 11 ” rib lv
- Cholera lat: Now York.
Tliere, is no mistake, about the appearance
of thi Cholera at Quarantine, as mentioned by
us lalt week. The following ,paragraphs from
the bulletin of-the Health officers of the City
issue on Wednesday last, will explain its ori-
g in :. 5
Tim packet ship New York, Capt. Lines, ar
rived* Quarantine Dee. 2, 22 days from,
Hay* having 345 passengers on board.--
About , a week previous to her arrival, when off
the Oast of Nova Scotia, a number of cases
occurred of a disease resembling Asiatic chol
era, eSimmencing and terminating very sadden s ;
ly• i .
Film the commencement of the disease to
the time of her arrival at Quarantine, according
to t 1 statement of the Captain 17 or 18 cases
occurred, of which 7 terminated fatally. , o'll
ber wive], 12-persons, sick of the disease, were
brought from the ship, and there have been 3
new does and 7 deaths. The proportion ofl
deathi have been about one half. One new
caseas occurred to-day. The disease resem
siatio cholera in all its symptoms.
All'tbe steerage passengers have been re-
moved to the buildings formerly occupied as
public stores, and every provision made -for
their itomfort and attention to the sick.
Sine that time but few cases, we aro grati
fied to hear, have occurred, and strong hopes
are en tertained that its progress may be en
tirely qirrested before it even reaches the City;
althoigh there are but slight grounds to hope If any living man of any p4rty will tell us
that it will not visit this country again in a what single question, discussed ' n the Message,
very 'ew months at farthest. All agree,' we has been adversely settled, or settled any way,
believC, that it is neither contagious nor infee- by the result of the late election, we shall be
tious,ut rather an epidemic that is communi-
obliged to him. Is the candidate elected in
sated iy the atmosphere. lii this manner it is favor of or against.the positiont assumedin the
suppoied it was communicated to the New Message? Is be for or against -a Tariff de-
York while in proximity to the trans-Atlantic ! signet for protection ? Il he fdr or against the
coast.' The simple fact, therefore, that our at- i Independent Treasury ? Doe he believe the
mospliere has not yet become impregnated with war with Mexico to have been ust or unjust ?
it, furi , lishes strong reasons for believing that iHe was the hero of that wa , and ought to
the prsent ravages of it may bo -permanently ! have an opinion upon the sub ect, The ma-
Oleo*. • I jerky of the people have not pro unced against
_A4II events there is no use in being alarm- i the measures urged by the President in a sin
eci, as !ear is oftentimes the progenitor of such'
l gle instance: The popularity if the war, and
epideitics. The fable of the Pilgrim and the the common opinion that Triylor was Free
Plagni, which we have once before published, i Trade and anti-national Bank gave him the
comeslin•withgreat force here, and may teach i election. There is the greatest absurdity, a
us wi4om in this matter. It runs : A Pilgrim I sort of vindictive silliness, in Ithe extract we
meeting the Plague going into Smyrna, asked, i have quoted from the Tribinte. No. candid
" net are you going for ?" "To kill three !politician, under the circumstances of the case,
thou4nd -people," answered the Plague.— would like to be considered its author. Mr.
Sometime after they met again. " But you ;Polk, it is true, is about to-re,ire from o ffi ce.
killed thirty thousand people," said the Pil- ' But the election of his successor took place
grim. 4 ' ivo, ,,
answered the Plague; 1 killed nu der circumstances that no litinestilig can
but there ce thousand : it was Fear killed the have much cause to congratul l
to his political
' friends, or to abuse He poli tical opponents
it contains the
in the least ;
ace, and other
L ore deserving
ends also will
are about to
'ntage, as they
•ne column in
to their pnr-
T 1,4 best way is to refrain from fear or ex
eitem4t, to guard welt our health, observe
strietlt the rules of cleanliness and temperance
in all ibings, and risk it.
fie The President's message, and particu
larly that part of it in, which he knocks the
Whig pantlings of Protection, a National Bank.
and opposition to the Veto, in the bead, has
Made Oreeley and hio fellow Whir e•ry
Greel4 is as crazy •as though a thunder-clap
had b& ken over him, ai desperate and enraged
as a the -bear that has lost ber cubs. -Be
writho and winces, scolds and frets, curses and
1 chafes?, prodigiously, calls the President every
hard name he can think of, such as a " discard
ed pudic functionary:: " a low •demagogue,"
1" genial libeller," &c.—ari unmistakable sign
that ke is hit. "Wounded birds always flat
ter." I Poor fellow..' 'We don't wonder he feels
bad, yia, enraged and desperate to see bis baat
f ]lugs by one take such an unmerciful maul-
I ing. --'t• Let the galled jade wince." We sus
pect he will have an echo in "this end of this
Congrpssional district" soon.
CaOfornia Gold— Governmerit Securities.
We4earn that a deposit of sixteen thousand
dollar; of California Gold was made at the
Mint Testerday, by a gentleman just arrived
via. P)iname, who brings with him an equal
amoudt belonging to other parties. The de
posit, .tough not yet assayed, has been sufb
cientls' tested to prove it to be of unusual pu
rity. gWe understand other parties in the city I
are inipossession of specimens of great value.l
This ii gold that really glitters. In connee-
tion *h this, the first substantial indication
of theiimmense value of our vast territorial at- I
t quisitions on the Pacific, under the late treaty
with Mexico, we may mention as a gratifying
evidence of the increasing 'confidence in the I
stabilit i y of our political institutions, on the part
of iholie who see their own, crumbling around,
„them, 'ilthat large orders were received from Ger
manyqby the last steamer , for the purchase of !
Ithe per cent. loans of the United States
, and of the city of Philadelphia. What harm
. has the war clone us ?—Pennsy/roanian, bee. 9.
It IS now generally conceded that both Gen.
Cass finni Henry Clay will be elected to the U.
State Berate—the former in theylati of Mr..
Fitspitriek; and the latter in the place if Mr.
Metcalfe, both 'holding their seataky appoint
ment pf the Governora of their respeeti v States.
The 'election of Senators in both Michigan end
Kent - Wry must take plane about the first Of,
Jantn i q, unless . postponed by joint resedition
of bolk branches.
I n of the eonn
I are pee'''' Ether' ly
A Ire broke ont in- the Astor- Muse, N.
York l on . Wednesday morning is* andlecOn
the tie: lepanent could king their apparatus ,
to be# upon it t 'pioperty- to the indent —4
$16,00 was &strop& "Therneinf thebeadl•
ingwps eetuiderably diueitigeti, but the greeteit
beg thii °MS by_ tie-water
• 44je`14411.=+The genius (T414'41 1 .
graptesyi iit.:nuiy etedit tholiaditinnivAir
the . Wiens sad the . iditaiiia. r• - ecadi,if tbs E
- the Oki mice of Tine; on the Bin
eb intim of luthie Ark;
4 4 40: 103 . • 11 . 4i M* i rml7 -0 1* 4
‘1411 81 ; 1616 " It " •
- ',to tlis
• Telionsa" ..
,11 outset fix=
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11 " 46 ,0 1-1th l ieh
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- • t
lbw 'Seer third is the ;,
The questions which he no propounds and
discusses have been for mon .1 s past at issue ,
before the grand inquest of t o Nation.' Be
has, argued and re-argued the in Message af
ter Message—lds partisanahav diseusseditiem
on the stump and through the journals—they
have had every opportunity commend the
views he approves, with the •at advantages
of the power and patronage o he Government
and the prestige of almost nob ..ken success on
their side. But they have. b• en met in the
canvass by men at, least equal!: able, equally
enlightened, equally strong 1 their convib
tions of right, and - have been signally ' ovei
thrown:. All that Mr. Polk .ow urges has
been already commended to an 'weighed by the
People, and by a majority of t = em pronounced
unsound and inadequate to bal tee the oppo
sing considerations: When,, therefore, this
discarded public functionary; th a notice to
quit at sbort date posted be - door, Vent - urea
to, assail the line of policy just pproved by the
majority of , his countrymen as . ot,.merely mis
taken and injurious but actua impelled by a'
dishonest and selfish spirit—, disposition to
grasp undue advantages and b id up favored
and privileged classes--how, s • all we refrain
from reminding this general l beler that his
case is substantially that of t. e culprit who
curses and gnashes his teeth at the attorney
who prosecuted, the jury who c.nvieted and the
judge who sentenced him—t serpent 'that
hisses harmlessly yet venomous y at the heel
which tramples him.— Tribun
That Gen. Taylor will carry on
on the Tariff and currency qc
has the least ground to suppc
that the democratic theory on
has been "signally overthroivr
tion of , Taylor, is libelling tru
not, even justifiable in the mere
Tariff and Independent Treastt
able. This L.—
the advocates of expansions, c
i explosions in the currency. T
jbe satisfied, however, with tl
Treasury and a revenue • Tarifl
voice of the people.—N: Y. GI
ftEr The California Gold f:
a prodigious rate throughout
Forty vessels are already anno t
fitted out on the-Atlantic cons'
venturers for the " precious s
par Moses Y. Beach has 7
N' York Sun, the oldest penny
ca, having amassed a fortune
prise. It is now about 15 yea:
started the San, then. almost
two eons are his successors.
URN. TAYLOR'S RESIGNATI N.—We Team
that General Taylor has sent it his resignation
las Major General commanding 'the western di
`vision of our army, and that it,! ; will take effect
after the Ist of February next. l —N. 0. Delta.
REPORT or THE POST4ASTEIi
This document, is brief and qt l i
The Post Office revenue unde
rates is rfipidly increasing. and
ring the last fiscal year to $44/
ing the anual average of.the.
mediatel' preceding the passe,
sing - act, $453,000 and excee. i
!of the year immediately pre
' 1 5425,184. '
The letter postage amount.
exceeding . that of the previous
The repent next proceeds tt„
condition and operations of thl
relation to the st e amer mail a
Among the most prominen
Lions which it Sets forth, are ti
the rite of postage uniform fl
cents the half-ounce ;;for news
the ounce; for periodicals,l c
and for foreign letters; 15 cent,
the total abolition of ' the frar
the "pie-payment of all mail m
ly, a change in the tenure of I
Postmaster - General, with a vii
the opinion which exists, that
consutntedihe Nat tliftea Del
by politicians at the ieat'•of
the new of promoting party
ty ontin*pris: ' ' • •
Diari or Cot.; Potat.-8
Metopltir Appeal'of the '22d' P
0 . 61. - .lVta." Polk, trothe of th
irlrii atWabitit Bead, Ark:; d t
oustlity; - ,, aid' that 'his idarii, 01
were 4t Open ipkbe f lion: 'Altai!
brolitaotti'tle ''itoie-bottair ink
Amadeu - 46 `'its iioOteinte=,-k
aiiihnit iiid - iiieerbil of rakionf .
ArOrtir Vie:inidi by Oil' fe , : W
Ao4tbi;:preiillel to restrain them
were Ilitaf : Tbi . Wirt,: ,
111.04 Oraffillgtheaiif they "r•.
fully ! koing Ma What, t , ' I
'av tiie - deith
o. tr ' .
tfori ibis t aadieii., "` Th ere:'.
• . , . ~
Aims via& iisay:lolo of ;
Aga loin:AliaMilit WAS
w4BHINL oN t on a - Dec ',
Szsats4-Mr. Atchison galled
the Senate to
Order at I'2'• o'clock, Ile Vie Yreskipnt being
ab!e_nti. r : 1
NvDonlass gave °ilea i:if bills for theler
'torial Gdreinmen 'in Minesota,' Neb4ska,
New.Mesieo and California.; - 1
Mr. Camerongave otice ror taking tlig..new
Messrs. „Mpg, l i n ey, i l oi Davis iverii ap
pointed a Committee -tojoiri a like Comulittee
on part of the House, to wait on the Prestdont
with the usual-message. '_ I
Adjourned. 1 I - ' 1
Sousa—tAt noon he members were called
to order, the roll read by the Clerk, and 17S
members answered toitheir names. ' 1
. Messrs., Alackmar and Greeley, (to fill vs;
cancies,) took the oat 'and their seats. , I •
Mr: Wiliori made s me remarks explanatory
of the election of a in tuber by Wisconsin).
' Mr. Sibley wished o refei,the subject to the
committee en territories. ' -
The House then proceeded to draw for.seats,
and then adjourned. 1
, 1 irtiesday, Dec. A.
HOUSE .— , -The notoe metnt 12 o'clock M.
The usual proceedings having beengone
through with, the Speaker iinnouncedlihn re
ceipt of a Message' fl m, the President. i _
Ssitars-Vice President; Dallas called the
Senate to order at the usual hour.
The Vied President- laid before the Senate
reports from the Secretary of the Navy and the
ISeeretary of the TreaSury. '
Mr. Upham took the oath 'and bis seat.
Mr. Cameron movetl that the Senate gd, into
an election for Chaplan.
Objections being tu4de' that 'a quorum was
not present, the roll Wits called ; and a qubrum
having responded, the 'motion was put andMeg
calved. Adj. - , •
Houss.—Mr. Roc—Well of Conn., unwed
that the !louse proceeal to the choice of a Chap
The nominations wOre—theßev Mr. Dewey
and the Rey. Mr. Guley.
Mr. Gurley was elected on the part if the
The vote stood as felilows :—The Whole Num
ber of votes was 1714 necessary to a choie:e.B6.
Mr. Gurley received 156. I
Mr. Wentworth dill, submitted a.-resolu
tion asking for infort4ation from the Pre4dent
as to whether be bas any information conherri
bag the arrest and mprisdnment of certain
American citizens by rder of the Britishigov
erntnent, charged with politik:al offences, and if
so whether he had t*ettanymeasnres foritheir
release frorn confinemhnt. '
Mr. Hudson, of 31ass:, objected to the lreso
lotions, and they' we laid-over.
Various papers we e 'received from thellrish
portion of our fellow-0 tizens .barging the Pres
ident with • corruptio and lereliction of duty
in the matter above r erred' o. They were re
A message was re ived from the Presldent
referring to his signs ure of the Oregoi-bill of
the last session, and ' , icing 'his reasons (here
The message. was . aid upon the table, pith
out reading—and the House adjourned a guar-
ter to 1 o'ilock—aye 64, nys 63. i
• --- utsday, Dec( 7.
SENATEI—In the enate, Messrs. King, Dix
and Dickidson annou ced the death of the sen
ator from Alanama r r. Dtkon 'with, aid al
-1 ter precool:ming upo him albrief but eluent
land touching eulogy, the Senate passed t le ac
customed resolutions of mooning and ad urn
, went without further usinets until :Monday.
; Hotsz. , —ln the ousl, Mr. AslimUn of
1 Mass., offeted a resol tion to employ the Net
ligencer and . Union pubhsh the House de
bates and proceeding at seven and a haft dol
lars a column. A 'd
bate sprung up. in Which
the partiiipaqs w Messrs. Wentworth,
1 Ashman, hoot and thers.l . Mr. Wentirorth
1 opposed this system pensihniog the old par
, tV papers at the expe se of others, such as the
Globe, National E , and Huntress. ! Mr.
Murphy asked to wha party the Globe beilong
-led ? Mr. Wentwortl repli:ed. • to the great par
ty which lids recently 1 triumPhea in this ooun-
I try. •
1 The debate was sus ended by a messarifrom
1 the Senate, anr,ounc ng it's action •upojl the
deatht of z."enator Lew s. •' . .
Mr. Harrii of Ala., then delivered an eulogy
on the deceased, an after the passage of the
'customary resolution* the Mouse adjodxned
1 until Monday. _ l - 1
estions, no one
e. To assert
,' by the elec
h to an extent
I rgument on Eh •
' - •
iey will have to
Sneh is the
Iver is raging at
the con ntry.—
reecl as being
to carry ad
tuff" and pru-
Aired from the
)aper in Ameri
by that enter
ws since he first
Later from Europe. 1
The Britannia arrived at Boston on the sth
inst. The ; following is a teleg,raphie summary
olher intelligence to the N. Y. Evening l'ost:
The intelligence from the Continent , diiring
tte week has been of ;the moist important and
arming character.. In the face of_the prfsent
trouble in Berlin, and with lbe•experienee of
the French revolutionl before him, the imbecile
aud the sanguinary d spot of, Austria has Char
acterized his success y the Most attrocimisand
cold-blooded inurders n Vienna. Tim defence
less citizens; are shot ead Without cereulony ;
!their houses rifled in even women and i cbil
drea massacred. ' • t•-'
1 The students of te • prd'ersity, who used
almost super-human e ertioa in' defence pf the
i city, are bunted dowti like wild lmats, and ex
lecuted when capture . If any thing werelwan
ting to urge the people Of Berlin, Frankfort,
' Breslau; and other pl ces to revolt, Ferdinand
of Austria, has fearfully and fully suppli4d it.
We should' not wond r to_ have intelliOnce,
and that aPno distan datei that, these acts
have raised a flame w jell n ther regal •ner im
perial despotism wilt .e ab le to eitingtii.4l.
Esotitan.—Tbere 18'1:Milling otlimportance.
The weekly accounts .ftbe tßanki of Enkland
furvisino Subject ofpeeislremarX 1 ,
The loan Operation with the United; States
seem to bare"assisted' if egitilitingj -
lir some de
gree; the par, of each age: .
• ..- - , .. ri,
. The total iniimber ~ cues o f eheleee*leeedy,
roptirted lions its: fi t epPearinen- Ilia - now
reitehed'loo,dlibt.ll.sl 3 have - PrOvi4ll fatal . ,
.and 331+ trOt 'still tito rttreittmeut-i L ' ' '''.''
.' In Ireland, the po , 'ray an d - star v ation, itli.
contendelibriamy; " --,,,eqnnllhe'jlidering" of
the people iduring: the memorable yealof).sl46.
Men 'even , Of. rank an ' ' title -2 0 Odd - ( : I. l l f - itib ---
siatiag . on Yellow 014' iflld. t 'ipOhikki',:of their
glirdep. . A'bittoilet . ' ` ti e='_ via i tt i V Itelaid,.
who had 43000 0 0' *2 . it *iv -iitiiiiiin,
'ilo iedieWiii to-' • • , i'thi :',ietithli.'_Oilkiiit
kOelleethr 4 Bice . :- •-• t.'-' : .111,04 liii*OTt='
ilea thibtalters.: , Itlntaetaerc'apW,W , to
Baia Set 19 tri Oa: - . skit 4 'O'f.koittisiii:
legue of these theline oat eflinfaltro-lidirdeil
id thaaelehto - or the Teith.4oo*per.V) ~-,-
.4neif kliiirtiOthge, ."-Si"f44,l*Vliigiiiiik
Thiiifsetiyere - wimp rAinuitikiii!*
, --•iii elbili3ilioe
•r the - reduced
.ine years im
e of the rode
ing the revenue
eding the last,
set forth the
• department in
r letters at 5
apers at 1 cent
•ents the ounce ;
$ the half-oulice ;
eking privilege ;
Ater ; and, last
he of the
4 of removing
u at present
lartmeht is used
wises' And par-
Ater that .
'Pre l 4ent , Fe.. s !"
ed the previ
10f1 in number,
his 'death, they
~tit their I
consultations` and:'-re 'ma in i i,
Clozimisl anct on We nesday -
distirlieti in their. dehl)erationi
ces, and'', seventeen of them - were
lodged in jag: This little ineid
Emigration continaOs ITon_
scale, particidirlf from 4lork,
Limerick. I '
I , .
WiscOssut.—ThiTeeet i statmeent or tlia
Whigs in Tigard to the Le •
kti*e of Wite•cm - -
sin having a Majority of Whign4bd Vial!nran
men, is erkoi , eons. It stands th n fienaits--
Gass 124 T4lor 4; Van Buren . irmilis--
Gass - 32 ;', Taylor 16 ; Van B n 18, -OW
men over both the. others, .'3 , ' ,i
1 I - , •
nin ~,.. ~-
-t preen i.cob*,.. :.4-... , ,.. . .
, DAGTENIEOTYPE LIKENESSES:
WILL , iGIBBS' would:44%ora th e : U.'
ayes mill ifeademea of H e sad vitiailip .
that haLhu takttn MOM lallenthei. Wit moat
ed to take Miniatures by thia_arotultrf I process. -daily,
s: He has at ens
without regard to Meath'* fleesisdild
la obtaining an apparatus by which ha a enabled tis pas- '
duce Lthilife Likenesses in any, *ether and came.
queue)) , without timing th e - lintel, rsyS o r the ins. Mi
en° it has bsengeneralip supposed Vet intsahhaSisas ' --,.
indispermablo tai 60 ProduclinitirD4 l o 27lol lPalihibt- •
tyres, bat the important improvements! joie "wrecked -
prole that tbish a mistake. Thoselario•haesneesket.
jolted the-opportunity of seeing s srlmibiltla of Pholegni•
shy can hardly Prot. an adequate , diveig the tales ,
perfection, beauty. andwondeeirdisintt eat td iii - ,' .
Dagnerieotype ilcrisre."' '''' •
It is a work of Nature. not of Art--an 4 as fat instpase;
e the .pitndoction of the pencil as ail *tunes Waits do ..
ihnse of Man. In the creation of theae - pictaMeithe li thd.:-:
of Heaven aiontii constitutes the well end Ratans the. '
Artist- i - 4
Also—rLikenesseassillbatakilmfmia aiatsdPottsalgrr; -
and from sick oi deceased pensces,
_., ~, \ "
In no mutt oriltpersooshe obliged to take a - Lieu
uolsm it is perfectly! satisfactery. 1 • . ' 1 ,„ .
, Inatractiont carefully given. Inttentittntih Appapalk...
I etc.. for sale at the lowest prices. . 1
Montinee,t OCOee 25, ISO. ' 1 •-- . :. I '
• NI-W GI) 0D S
yE are now recetyhor one of the Ilirigestr and; most
desirable stocks ofgoods euee,eirered hi Ilinetrake,
which we offer, for RYADY tar at;ad.preweterVew
prides. One 'trick consists in part of Ettlantied - -elt'
DRY Gael:we Ge.ocaanis, Cruicittlf . em
is ic so taiete r etc. -
We rnike ‘ noi pretensions' of 144 Geed. temoiles ! '
coo, to aneommUdate the dear piablic'i but *ales
with IL "mall adyßnee. ' We would :imps oar Mende 11..%
examine oar :neck before purchaslogg satisfied that...
usual the' Will hsfound 4 cheaper thee the cheatieeß__
MILLS & BREILIWIL.
Wm. BL:Psot &
ju l et renewed a large use t
P:4II6I:7;sILA.DE. CI4Ci,T=O4. •
MATS &A, C,APS . •
BUFFS_ d BO _
BUFFALO ROBES & 1 - •
9• • .
Our stock is in perior in quantity, gelidity iirut cheap.
Rims to any in this part of the cour Pumtianers are
invited - re call and examine for thesiise. ea.
CASH paid for Pehal& Fug
Montrose. Oct. 20.1848.] • Wig POST & Qo
0 0 MesPlendia, Dress Goode, j[Ott .
end espeatea sbortly, /which will be mai
it , the lowest mice.' at the store of
OTTON Batts, and Wicking, cheap. et kki
Score of • I. LYONS.-
GRAIN of - ill kinds, Butter. Ch+e, Lard. Flair=
naL Pork,ißeessvatt, Tallow.tlNikbets.-Cniih. tad
good &wit end* wanted in exchange for goods by_
, . C. TYLER.
°Aga paid! for Sheep Peltsj Ti. Shirk% Miak
BMus. Corium; ocher Shipping ow
t...*Posir & co. -
111 Cr AvEiriat beeibreil a MCP simirtirecit of faltind - whi
ter Goode, cotudaticfrof Plaid W of hied'
u Wiles. Tidbit eotbs. Goats hair L tutees. Alpseeaa.
Gingham'', a aide selectiOn of esliedes. very cheap. Bred
cloths, Cassis:eras, Gattineta. Whiter idealds, red al
most everytidat in the Dry Goods 'inst.
a good essortrnett and at sely
per lb. tub; Molasses 37 eta.. arrest I
Iron frorn.4 to s,iend other goods loirja
A good aisortinent of Hoots and Sha
sale cheap-by -j
_ k _
AL AEOE ipek of tiochery just r
scyliw. which we will sell lower
akkornannit of Cooking laid Pular stavip, via
start pine Seat roced, a PuttOtax-•
1 Oa:L E O:4 6 6I m ahio
ier eb y t mope !so ,
Wick sad,Waddiny. Check and' at ,eitreisaly
leo prlces--4501 Taecie Paper Ong', Tire ,board
Print( cod pieta*. for sale by ; I
WANTED• yards !root
AA RDWAItt. Iron, Steel, Nana, lass. *40.1 la
assornneari Onton Yarn, Carpel W ilrP.BOta sad
titton'egrpetiimott E. ?tramp's.
_ AGENTS W . I -1 . ~ .
To vitro... fo ll Remo new end P3ll 91 worts, 14171111
.. crratAy tiimrigilont *le . tiniteci iltitet. .To Atttottl;
the mntelikOtivyteiriiii / temett it id. with *vital
capital 0845 to 8100. A..ebenee it o 1401101411110417„, as
agent awl, tasks from 810,to 825 pet : et. "or limbo
particnliss (Omit petit) W. ArIZARY;
- • • No. 158 'North Sawed 8, --t:, Pailidelphis.. :.
. ,V1.0, &i f ,-
CASSIMIRESiNE ' ,[ GB,: - Ite,
.._ ._.......... ,-- .„,,„ i
u. Bulitiitows ,r, ~
A R.E m
'at ricadertea7, and offer for: rile. 'Abs. incest. %
Ili. bait `and :cheapest assktliten of iC1,0 1 3. 12 .
le A' D, WOOLEN
GOODS keneiati generally. diet Offered i' t marketslz*us
wiiich - uke'firie . it'itEeouciful '' '.'
Stiliabla for,Glaaka and Goata.',at 2 'IS•PiI acrd. ;
20 pieces' plain_ nand fancy CASSI lER:Ef4,caillii.. •
bracing a variety of styles and Iqu Mica:_stti.:, late _
and handsome assortment of VEST N GS, diA : :
They are a 613'receliing a' large" 'sitirtmaae eit- - -,-
STQVgS; 1 .PlP:E.,::Zrrip,
~stolic..surnittir ,*.c:,.. ~..,_.,,.
Airitight. COoklng and Parlor St* ei,of apitialof tlia . ,_:.
!beat, it iqs, .. an 4: haudscupeati4at rotiA,ttlitt. . 13* -5 '
Staves. loth Aitilielttriti4...toin'ut ,!iAlne. - ern - of ..
farge , siies.suitaitleDoti fol School D '._ "..*'' .
2000 The. of siltipta - PiPt , gpo4'o4iiitli
ailo Oineri l
"c 1 1 , , ;*1 , 5! 1 00 =l„9:,f,'''
y= 7 :7 - 147:7-*T7lliiiit
1144::014'iliteiti - i i
''' ft,it40i.04,40: - .4 -t-'::-,-;:m.
T7- 0 * 1 1 Iglu - TM
r-lodiebris • • ,
iiimegsgooPier*Ozeillsolat,L i i .
ittiiPatm:o SOO ofr,ll.#l.loFi.c./.
r rilkl l o ll
SW. * -.S.l.b.ol#l'''ol#
tV I I4 -4 0 ' i t i
' A-5 , •
d SiP - 4 41.
is very , urge
Bo', far 66 .
ea 50, rtll for 5d
on bind andlor
calved; sofa a near 7.
an canlai found .
. Port s;
rF''=' . -
z \ - 141:-:;,,,,! - ;:? ; "!