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.Vll.i.Tb imount of iptcU toirtiJ
ever feer it lh In,' of lh 'United
Stilts U fu'.lf ()ulilfr.j to tupplf U
tbe lo ehennele f circuUtwn J
the ctflt of prohibition tclnn put
upon th ! f w.llbilli. I-eUteir
t)V the f .e,xrt of tb4 Mio, bliei 00
.Vr tn trvtn mi!ini of piece of fold
an J Vilf colli, ere ICd "Mare tain
kVf i-f IhU emount, in tho ihipe
wT n doller
fJ4 CW The rrtJericliturg
Artm ittet thit Mr, HtTrion, cbicl
director of one of the Urn mining corn
pnliof Lun4on,ittendcd by Uiree other
Ceiiilenieo h he employ of the mni
compeny, w Uttly in th loi far the
purpoe of mikia en cuni'moion of ike
Uld dietrict, ltf t lt of ertfti!nln
r mlnlnj epiMlMe. Tbey Wif nd tit
Jths North Cerolini etn, end ibould the
m tit rvir.a irr iiiniiM. 1
MCKXW I PENNSYLVANIA., ,
JSttitfl uf a Irl'er Mtrnhtf if Cv
l!aaisaco, A?Al s'WW
Pentitvlvanla It sound to lh cor for
'Orn.ril Jkvr If nevtr Mi
,. , , , ,..
APRIL 20, 1 a jo.
' J" "bnte.l to nmtoT
mmt '' n, 14 s eaadiji l
Kuaat ewrntr p the fliae f Coawfc
tbe net. LefWuur. , t
'tr Vtcl't op- lf ('cliiHUKliH people ClI
' this powerful S'eie, than at the present
-moment. Tlw - lUpubjuaa members of
he LrJ.Uivrt ml lst tiicta to ful)
por bieh ihey will rmke, i tohe
indlci lon of Gold In either Site, be
In publiriat whirh rererHlf
Hiertinf of tliM Stoeite, held in ibafua
r,.,o.i wh.rn reeeifif T""' " . " ' . ,k. I u. ,k. Lri will
)4f.e,, ttnrtnik, kc. in coiuequente
..i, i - .. i .k. i i i i.rh irv ini'tviumijiimsu viuuiii.i,iiji'"-'' -""-' -
tSe faUahowl, ahi tb art,) ef the
rwtMti AJ atU'riMM, in ciil antH th
A U-n, CUy, WaWer sl.Tw CUim !;;,
pitMiSWibaiullwwiiig fra tht,'iin. iMate
JVtnpb, of tin Cth lnti birt, b?p '
jll eride jh" Tirrttijt ,.... , - -(
.Wa.sMia'oroe, AhrU Mh, 13
Tt tht EhtrtftH ('uWVa'ra TcL
"tf rrWiijin to (.he tiuie of the general
administration. It i Uin to every one,
c that naibinis tan urul i'r ruu io
tistic lamily ul tin Liu n, than an earty
VwhCtc tM the f resile so. ill coo
tent agam to be cantliditej and the
Convtrtiion, under thete impulsions,
proceeded immediately to exptets Us
pinions and feelings on thit subject.
John BiOwn, F.sq. of the Senile, wt
l'reidcnl, r4 the ?pkerii Wer.
lkint, of the f-en jie, auJ Smith, cf (be
llouMi Vir ?iuidriiik.
The foil jwjr.g preirrthte end reiolu
lionr were tdopteJ uruaimouvly 1
Wheren, In the opinion of this nrn
ing, the policy end incisures of the p'r
tent edininitriion of thr (lene'l ("i
cmmerit, eccord iih the true in'f reU
of the cotin'rri end re tuch the (rietidt 1
of the preient vct.cr jlle mid divifit'uith
ed ifidHuil, placed tt iho head cf the
G irernmei.t Of the f ee and tolunurj
u:Treof the ptoi.Ir, tttUupatcd nt
dined, i.i tf.e tm .l t.n aucceit.aud
BUtli are rot onljf ppoed bf hia for
nifr ftienda, Lut by innjr ho opprned
Lit rlrttion. And wherraa, I'enmjlva
i.ij wnilc fiiki Su e i:i the tnion to
licrn' the imme of Andrew Jckion t
4AwHfieaiF flrotdei'T 1 ciifdlWe' Tr
be mnnthe firat to c )n eaa htr t'ufc
ioSlf ih pioapeiujr aid autie ofbij
Therrfort, be it rrto!vrd, That, in the
opihiori of tlii met ling, tlc prut 11 1 ad
minlatration of tbe Generil (iofrrnmenl
iiieeta the cordial and dc.ided approlia
tinn of the Democratic pai : jr, and of the
pcoplr of t'ennaylvania.
Krtolvrd, Tbat in tlie opinion of thi
maeiiu. the unanimity and harmony of
the great Democra.ic party of the Union
Mill be f reatly promoted, by ai;in plating
the name of Andrew Jeckion ucioie the
people, a a Candidate for re clrcticn.
" In addition to tbe above reaolutions,
0P,.iJred to General J.ck.on, by
he rremberi, eiprenirig, jn tie aronr.et
termi, their approbation cf the "iu
end judicious repuoJican neaurea" of his
administration. Tbut yrn see, my dear
Jlr, ilut good old TennijilvRnia hat agatn
boldTy decla'ied beraelf in favor of the
rrople's Cindiihte, fur ifie tibes: Rk
in the world.''
la an extract of letter, dated at Va,h
ington City, t8th Maid) last, to a genile-
. mn in Chaileaton puldmhtH ill the
. .ttJ$Ut.JlibJ& Ai-r r
I beHrve ytx that tnnf;rrst will not
adjourn without reducing the duties .upon
t'offet;' Tea, and Salt. The aituaiion ol
the Treasury, ibe swell amount of ihe
public drbt, and the pretture upon the
people, by reason of their ftiminibed
otnmtrce, render it impcrioutly the du
ly of Congrats to alleviate their condition
by (educing their burthens. The people
t if Carolina and Georgia complain loud
against the Tariff; but do they remem
tier the grievance which ar borne by
Virginia and Maryland ! The staples of
the former are yet, in some degree, pro
.ductiie; but in the latter they ate worth
less. There is not market in the world
fjr Flour, and little or no demand for
Tobacco in any foreign region. Tbe
people of Virginia barely obtained a tub
mtrnce, and could not do thai, but for
their animal stock. Those of Maryland
are reduced to state of pauperism ; and
bill for the fisheries of the Chesapeake
and its rivers, would be compelled to fol-
low the example of the children of Israel,
aud seek an Egypt in tbe Western world,
wants of the people. You have no idea
in the South to what a deplorable degree
the Stale of Maryland baa decayed. '1 hat
land of luxury and hospitality is little
beautiful and eardenlike State in Ike Un
ion is, by the operation of that ruinous
and enslaving .system, the Tariff, blighted
nd witheredi audita wretched inhabitants
covered with rags. So delusive, so im
neretowbler' aoWetertioar tr thtf hfdde
nd eoncearedeffectf of iMtlSftapjf
ort'tneir economy,, mat mey are wasting
away like the human constitution under
ion faslaw poison.
The lute duel has caused in extraordin
standing that the matter is before a Grand
Jury, some of tht citizens are so excited
about it that a town meeting has been
railed, for the purpose of omploying coun
sel on tho occasion.
r 828 od 113? wo
nHe fnnnlerl it erfr, nj calculate J, io
mi Tel J lh puMic mtr
Tb tiMnji'urei of I828
ef VO W1 iT 3,41 ,4I i
Thf iinn'!i'Orci of 111?
Mkinf thf etptn-'iture of
freiierthn the eiprnJi'urn of
I Mf lioj(ion, i metifxTof the Cam
n)Hie( wt()e d itr it h x,,n (nlo, bjf
I the oM-r of the lltue of Rcprewnu
i tie, s iT-uifc irito tinunl of the
ni; :-ttc nre, it tril ji t.te ob
i , ,,0;, !,1:)i thry t,e lrefi mde,
frn!,!ei i. to fi.ri.n'i 4 '"re-.t iiitermot
oi the l r i"
! ' 'l.oe ot I e i d
! 'f dcie of HI5 to
.-. U 313 90
a:so7', air n
n.ITorcncelr.favoiof i87 Ai.i'.Mi 3i
Thit ata'ement l-.U-n fr n:i puliiic
domenT in rn p'itiet'-r(, e'riBjiin
the armunt expended in ek.l yt'f, en
(inf un the firtt ol January 1 ol courts all
the ex,irri1i''et mde, r,tiefn the lt
tf M irch, M-9, un.ffr thr idn-.iiiit'.ra'iirti
of Mr Adimi, it iiiclii'.d in the a;;;;re
K'e i-f ZlAlQMU d'il'w 6Jv'i.'n --
: r,f J .j.ir- nt kulr.l4Jfl.Mc,W4H,,
l,rn:inT7.oi "17" fpl.cni'i avowed ardour. Ah! Ame!i!
Il a co'npiion betceii the eTr'n"!
Uift of t-he'U'C pTTimt rfnr"'ialrK.
in,i K ft.ftirnlr. tn nrder tn (rt thp rtnn
omv of each, that compjrivin, lo be fair
and jii vt, tbould b made tieiween the
first 13 mo' tht after the cmimrn rinc
on tho In Mirrli, iV), and endM on
Ut March, 1 8 JO. I' ! not (nucti to
charge the 2, 498,903 d-ilt 8T, spended
bv the laie adunutration, in January and
I'ehiuaiy, 1129, to tbe pretent AJminii
i rat ion ,
From an offwul document before
mr, it appear, tbat from the Iti ot Match,
1828, to the Ut of March, 1129. tbe lau
, ... r me late arlmtnittiaiion, Ue "V'irt
gate ainixim of the .public expcndi ores
wat 26,113,788 dot.. 13
Tno from 1r March, 18??. to )u
Maicli ISJAJ, ino ftrtt year oliien.yaik
son's - Iminit'rati'mj amounted to ?V
yio.rta doi- C4.
From ibis -sttemeill Uken from the
books of the Treasury, it appears that ihe
amouiii -a.nrdd in the firsr year "of f
(i-n. Jrkon'a administration, is le", by
l,93la dais. Hi, than th exrrndiTrres
minittration. - I ttale tbe ficti, and leave
ilic p'jlihctto draw their oun inference!
1 ami retpcrtfuUv. vnui.
"""" ""7::rW!CKLIFFE ;
Secretary Kiton in a late communica
tion in reply to a resolution of the senate
making enquiry into the cause of dener
lion in the Army, gives what we consider
an excellent iut;eUoii, and one which,
we doubt not, the wiidom of congress
will adopt and act upon, ile proposes
that promotion in the army should be
extended to the ranks, and that, intead
of giving all the graduates at West Point,
eommisioni, and thus filling up Ihe pott
in the army, and excluding the soldiers,
no matter what may be their deserts, in
cases of extraordinary merit, the cadets
should be arranged to the army or navy,
aa the judgment of the executive may
determine, the other to retire to private
life and there follow whatever pursuit
their preference may direct. -The fact
that a common soldier io our army can
not rise higher than a corporal or ser
geant, and that these grades are to bound
the extent of his ambition, is calculated
tip"n.'TJoubtfeVs the suggestion of Secre
tary Eaton, if carried into effect, would
infuse new life and vigor into the ranks,
and excite the army to discipline and eood
course will present opportunities to the
non commissioned officers of rising to
any rank, however dird. The common
soldier will perceive the road to promo
tion open ana accessible : new leelinirs
pride, will conc,entFato their influence to.
acter i and with it, the evils of ejeser-
pfih'eH ffij fhiKand this only, which
can render hirn heroic aidi daaeer, and
Inyiiicible ttt battle. Alex. Gat.
Ce. .At the balls in Brazil both
the cavaliers and their dark-eyed partners
dance-ungloved. To present a gloved
hand to a lady would be taken as an in-,
suit, as inferring the existence on her
part of some cutaneous discrder
out oltne country v i-ir-eiir, ... .....
n t.t Trllcfnair4'.iuiii" .' ."AV" '
.f niVifl i CiaP
" ""'" ' ' . i
Tu Van'laejy that wMcn It ih ily tc u
rity of the ;x r ajpiios' thi iiud 01 roi
un Ufik, and p;cr -ntlH in afrie.
'.If. de Uvalriie, fn-mcrly Ditector
(iiKral of the Pott OTre, who was ton
(tcmncd 10 death in 1815, bu wat lived
hv !te berole conduct of hit Ld, le
f unded by Sir Robert Wilum end ittnt,
died 11: Porta on the I lib Feb.
' (Jen. Barrad, Cofninand-rr of tbe Ut'
eipediiioti again! Mexico, hid no ie to
Prit and inteodeJ it proceed tn Madrid
Mr. Viturre, Pcruvi n diplomatitl.
In! -r'wrd In Parla, to t-iitcit the recoj
n'.-io." of hit (roernm'.n
f.nefef Coivrniftcr I' it mm
i-.ticd. 'hat on t;e H'h Jim.r, w
mm died at St. Ma"in ur KaiUr,
the n. cf 104, whom, when ne wat up
wardi of 80, a young man married, in
order (0 etope tbe cooatription couot
iikK, It Is said, upon a rnurb earlier release
fiom the bordt of matrimony
Curioui Hiiffoiio"' Adored and an
Kltc Amelia, acrep'. an artlett amoritt't
arTecricmir etlovlite era ;Mihed mf'
II appears an awful uprct
in ir tiinfl ihd ffartiTrna't
nd anon acknowledge fTucicd Aimrt't
' alliance at agreeable and acceptable.
Anxiously awaitlnj; an affirrpiment
ter, actept an ardent e lmiter't acbim
5rrai.f, Circwma-irr. -It it s'atet! ih,
on th lOlh ultimo, in Union toijn v. Kv.
( rAoderat ahoer of aoniethini;
atbLcka ink fell from a vrry
: tloud. When it fell the ground was tu
ered with anow, whi-ri v.n presented ihr
timcualar toectacle '( kiosk t. After
it dried, th? corn aa,tti werr tovered
with tomethina; like asnes a-id gunpow
dee. jrp nifl jvas.accumpnid wnh
lbi-V,aMbi, fcij .mctled tike :..
smoke xf stoo coU -Ahet - ho"-r
fwhich lasted but s few minu'e) was over
i: commenced snowing, pan of vtbkYi
w likewise bUck. tt his created uive
liwlo alarn ; tome attribp'.e it tu a vokan.
10th ult. a le:tcr wat received frooi Mr
(ranch, Secretary of the Navv, -accom
panied by a report from Lieutenants Tar
aJ and ;.prdnryz who wcre.appointcd taf never f wiiiFmrR lof tliem. " The most
survey the Dry Tortugai, with a view to 'friendly rtlaion uc have-ever been able
ascertain io fitness for a naval reudaavoui I U tire between Mr Clayand free
1 he result of ihe surrev is said, by the
Secretaryrto confirm the favorable intici
pations formrd fiom previous examina-
lions; but it is yet to te deiermi .ed
whether a harbour tan be selected rapa
bis of suck perfect defence as would be
requisite for naval station of impor
lance; and an appropriation is asked to
enable the Piesident to have the nece
lary scientific examination made under
the supeiimendance of the proper depart
ment. It is the opinion ol (be turt eying
offkers that a site may be ele;vd entire
ly defensible C,c. Courier.
Haywood" i Lav Refcortt.
of tee bar in this state and ' Norih Caro
lina may feel interested in the fact, that
the first volume ol the late Judge liay
woofl a neports, embracing the decisions
a 11 t .
of tbe Superioi Couns of North Carolina,
from 1789 to 1798, has been recently re-1
primed by Mesars k and J. , B. Hill ol:
k 1 V"' "f1 nrDSfIn may perhaps be
yviicvuie in tun ic. "'ajgJtXJaawy'tfte Uuf',
and containing as it does tome important
legal precedents, will be ji valuable ac
quisition, especially to the younger part
Ol the nrnlrssinn. is ha hav hirhfrtA hrmn
Uhlhle to procure it. Ti'aihviile Banner.
' ,. . . :'"
A Travelling Cow. It is stated tn the
New York papers that Capt. Crocker,
of the Pacific, has crossed, the Atlantic
Ocean one hundred ,d fifty 4w(tme9i
Capt. Crocker informed a lady of our ae
Mi I cow on board the Pacificwhich hact
rcrossed tbi Ajlaniir
convicted Of oij;amy atj'rovidence... Jlo
is to r on the gallows an tiuur, to be
fined and imprisoned."
The Taunton (Mass,) Reporter an
nounces that the Lilcot tien. Atiiasoeit
Hamiitok, by a gentleman"of that town,
is in a state of some! forwardness '
1 mtiftei j.
. . . :.ti -rt
l0. 'N oliter-d yencrday itliati
ttiect 16 iqt, d art by 6 liores each,
cirli ifmVr ff'H a Nur'b Croliii
w-ct 'o'lh.' Htlti-noie 4iid Ohio .Kail
,t, where a i(rcat innnicr of irraont
,rr ,1 wrkjim '.he Iwile fur (de brtt
18 mi!e. A number ol ne carruges
ttr in cirwtl'iet, 10 oe reauy lor ine
1 . . 1 . r . . .
rtd tofin at '.he J'ub!e track lipom
I: it ruTt'trcd, tayt the Potion Palladi
um, ih,' DuviJ Porter, F.Mjr., thi newly
t(;oiind C nu: Uencrtl io the Baibirv
I'owc't, will tail ffim (hat port for Al
(fieri, in the tloop of w ir Concotd, fiuw
fittintC ou' a Por'smouth, N. M.
.1 !j. fla. Jjn't We have seen the
pm red. i f te 'iMiTt Mjrtial which
rcccmlv at at 'SVasumiuii, foi :tie '.rial
of Colonel Uer Jonet, ot the L'. H. Ar
my. U U nH deemed necetvary to re
count at length the various thrgt a.l
apeciSca'iims, ofsomr f which .be wu
found guilty, snd of mien not guilty
Tie sentence of the Court it. mat he tie
repriminded in "miM. Wrderi. tu ex
Thcrourt, in a.ard.ng .hit ten.er.ee, (hem fr ,llcif bi
aenaibic o' I s ,ppirn .n...,,u. y. when bffn rcftt ,
contred wuh the offeDjecLiaLi , I.rrn
Thru iiiLiii. hn, ii ir : nor icnii l il ki,r
jtn adapted bv thtm, but fur the convic
tion ltcv entertain, that Cul. iorres hbnr
e I uniier a mitroncrpiiun of bis ofTicm
'( iliitioni, which, lrjever litile warran
d !iv the rryu'a'iont- the otutfet, and
:hr inierettv o tbe service, lias still, at
"n y brhrvc, chicil tioJed to mitlcad
Tlu Msjr General commandini; tbe
4 ui., cuiiii.int ihe tetrtence of the
Court. Col. Jon; it heiehy rclcaicd
Ir 'in .irtest, and will mum hia functions
at Adju'ant t'encal " HaUimtre Aycr.
Jhi Cut air,f.A .mmnte of sen-
la-- T'cen Jy. ao.jtlj a deliberate irajey
id(tr-sed him tc rhaatpion of "Free
Trade undUaT v niijtus."- A more cut
ting si'Uu.u a never inflicted tnd
seeinir thj: Mr. Clay' wat rctt at New
Orleant, involvrt," in Our' opirilori s ime
violaiion ol the rjles of courtcou Uoa-
fortt of Mr. CLy, to prowrate Free
-(Trade" at the !iri:ie of upe and caln.o
At fcr "kiiior'a Myitis'' we. bxlieve he
trade, was, when at -hent, he very pio
perly perfcrred ihe lire navinion ot the
Missiisippi to the privilege ol (Irving cod-
fiv, jn I tcwivc on the iunk, of New
A Louiiims pap r mates that five of the
andidates lor the Cubcrnmorial chair ot1
th-ii Si j c may bs considered as off 'he
fiild. The declension of ai many as Jive
candidates, leaves only T others to con
t-"d lor the pa'm of victory. They are
Menus T. Butler, W. "II. Overton, A.
BraTjv"4s,"A IV Itom'Tft, I tasc Thomas,
an t S. Hamilton. " Tne more the mer-
'lier.'1 J'.a.ilmilie Retiublitan.
The publication of the Darin Phtnix,
ceased-on the I m inst. It demise is an-
noonced in iU Inll. in., , ,.w .
u nlLj. ... ....- , ..v, r,
quite fif.rcil )0luh,,tho men Phanix.
aijrned ;a one at TT.e remote causes f
its deh but the proximate agent was
nndoubteyi)- starvation, for with the appe
III ftf IK W-r.mn.,it . . k - .1 I U f
. . : 1
11111 eilUUkli lo aswal ow. Yet
neither hunger nor disease could subdtte
its spirit 'or damp its chtetfuiness. To
the last it forehore complaiut, and gave up
the ghost laughing at the pale inessenirer
of de(rrietionJ,,..f ...Jattfitojaiiairircitn
. v. .- , , I
. .r.-.v.-.i-. i
:fiy,bom 6riet by whom begoH .
A bev f it M teffiiijjSjuQU
The body of dam 1 ateh. has been foun-J ;
in, thevr a few -tiTrlwtfow ,itoc1iere.tscSptiOT ot aH counterfeit notes, the pty&&iiL:
JJ c h;ve not JerJ l)b tho body cf j rore;u gold and silver eoljiaj the rates of tot- ;
Mr. 1 homas Chiitnr., thi next' groateal e ind Nettie exchange i commercial, p- l'
mm in the world, alter bum, and who al- Wcl. lteritPy xni lllCeHaneous reading, tc, ,v
so made bis last jump fromhe topofofje
of the enormous columns iol tbe Intelli
gencer, h y-i been I'ou'd.A; ' -
UrajmuiirHMiin'a 1 a" !;
Hnht.l, l K.,aa.iciely w.y immr.it-w
rnlf jn the ,t ftri eum.lnrcil M
. f M.. Y,.,k .r. I ...... .ll- ' J
tlllri tnd i
and lownt, of ,!r,tM,ti.f; fact aj u!
try f.mil; in Utu,f w.lij,,-
i rvery i.mn; in 3liarUiy ,h,H l ft,a
nn l tint tho Itifd uf Miltavara
tVw-iwd in drviM riV!uuni fur ery, .
rtiliiioa into cftVt i , ,
On ra Kion of Kev. Mr. feck, il wm
t.rflvrti Thai it be maUih duty flka
B -ard ol Ilrc-r., t., pr-yr 4mm rMI:llJ! '
to di hvei act 1 lrc, .itab'e ti lb neeaeva w
Uie neat enuirr.ry wMtiii f sf tb SirtTi .,
rke Wljwmf are the QiBcers ef it kVjl
f. the tnij.nj jrat : . .
Thum. !.. Coaran, Frttdnt j Cerr Tojtr,
Vice Piei'dentj PlatUa Wlii'e, iectturj .
duel nr,wf, freantrer, ttit-lf t Tiaaer, r
Jte Hankin, Brr. Jahn Urck, jha Uyrpl'
!!ieenr.i A'rtiJidrr Lnj, $m Lefflly.So!
liritpif, . .
TU TUi KK'Jl'Lil.U.' R0V4C -Cireunutancca
nwt nax euary to SUrj '
have irdjqrd me to lUc.'iiie ttindini Ms ' '
di4,te f,r the o!f.c oT E Wfi; ! thai euV"
dr.ne fiom the r.iPet, ! tike tbopporkal''
t of . fl. rin,; irjm,,t (nirM V knowledj V
10 't II.OM f IM Clllttm Who tHnam.J
; m. via,(f mtt m w Mm.r-Jkrt-: f
'l.T The '..-:( -'irn . sZutj av n.
aohrdto tui'tt.ng hi the Frvabjleriai
Church in ljncoi)fii:. by caudle fijht, oa tka
w(ftrl of thw itd f ti,rs month, it btjry 0
Thunday of I jnrtiln Cju. Tbe atte!aaee sf
all tba fncmla of ihe giod and '.rUm imm, il '
rerprrtfully aollci'.e i. There wilas SStrm
on tbe oerjuu:!.
3UJ K i. S.RfKnr, TrmtiuT
Superior Court.-- At :he Fall Tertnai
the Bupci'ur Court for Rowan county,
held in this town week before UsU lit
juat.. wtea on an - mmameni lor
the murder and concealment of berir '
fam child i the, jury acquitted her of tiaJ '
firsts sad fotxnd' iief guilty oTtrfttttrV
toUnT."Sne"was sentenced t-j an Impris
oAiam of six months, in tiie caoaty J1K"T
prosecution or! behalf of the state,' and the I
p. isoner was tigrjurnily tictendeJ f
Measrs. Caldwal .t&i.::.-J.Z.7.ZZ
I'eter Cautle, Jr. wat aUo tried at ibis
term, on an indictment for nmiiene - -in
ofuce, t a Cui)staole ; he at fouoJ
guilty, and sentenced to one inon;n's inv
pnsotiment, and to pay a fine of 330;
the term of hit itrprisgnment was subse
quently reduced o fiv days.
Tkomat P. Uevereux, F.Brj. ha been re -appointed,
by the President and Senate,"
at United Stalea District Attorney for tail
Suto. h it known thnt Mr. Devereiilt
in the late PresidentiaJ canvass, was op
posed to the election of Gen. Jackseaf
and it is also known tbat efforts were tc,
to supersede him in hia office, at the ex-,
pira ion of his term: His re-appointment,
therefore, under these circtiins'an
ces, is additional evidence of the falsity
of the charge against the President, of
being 4t proscriptive" in his removal -frorarami
appointment leroffiSW I J??-
not doubr, tut what good end substantisl -
reasons can be assigned forevery removal s
which has taken place under the present
. , . .
Canfield! American Argus, and Coramercitl
Exchange 7"ele,BTaph, haa been revived, in "esf
York, after a abort euspension. Wrlisve-,;
heretofore apoken of it, as .being .the largest par .
per ut oe union; snu we n9UJuy-J'.?V";
si"u.ae aw..ais KWMWiitBjt..s.-.asiewta
s"rsi as mi nnuiifu nien iriinarauv - es. swusif"
.rjVitenaiv table ef prieei, .1 Balt-rrere, fi;
Eanks in tbe U. States, with t&e value or UiP
aotes.in ihe above narfied crtiett Krt of '8 'hf '
i.a'it banks in the U. Statesi a Iist.n4.4
ic. Price, C pcrannumi If. Canfield, Editor.
17,500 balci Cotton bave been received tN
vfi zHrint frm. Cf-e-fTthe present leuotw