! : i!-
i . 5.1 -,
it - i
: ' i.
.ONE WEEK LATER
f Tio steamer
AeV York on Tu
, later hccountls lrdm
llib 11th .instant.
, !-v I ne news a no
n had by advanced an cighj h o
!U i pciu t fund
it i t)C .quarter, over
r . i : i '
rnmerciai atlUirs generally there was
I j oU ti, wai' co h si d e!
thd'eorn one shill
1 1 last rp ported prices.
We have noticed on more than one or
igh ; estimation n
'i ,-Tho latest ne wis reieived Jh 'EiiglancI
j ro rii ,i njs count r y
in connexion wun ine
lay wood and Mr. dal-
rrd fiilorablefto the con-
rl J I "Wrliarnlrnt hail adjourned forthi E
llUI-UilA ?, 111(5
ihc il7ll and ihe
521st Sir ltoherl1
me insn coercion
ncahi oh tin? 17t
;Tte debates in
f 1f ! - ! J
House oi upmrnonji to
Ho(jsm of. Lords to" jihe
lVeljgave notice jtha
bill will be takertjup
and on the Monday
casion recentlvi the
uiu tl ; J..i-- I'-J... -w ) t J- -i
wuicu uiuian corn, as an arucie oi 1000,
has nsen;on thysidt of the Atlantic; Sir
Robert PeH ori Wcdriesdave Veningr cor-!
roborated ouistatement.j In Ireland it Is;
falsi siiperseding the watery pof a!o, and t he
rremier expressed ai praiseworthy feeling
of pride at finding the people of that coun
try preferring what he justly styles a
better and more generous description of
food." , 1 1 N . i.- - j.';-
The Cotton rparket has improved since
the sailing of th Caledonia. On Wednes
day there was a good jleal of business do
ing, ihe isales exceeding 10,000 bales.
On Thursday lie sales amounted to up- j r r,vers ro"
wards o Ks;; but yesterday, be-J JUS
iolliAvihg thej corii importation! billi
jl j hrcn confined to Irish jind railway (Fairs.
j i u- iM!!e tdpics jalso engross the attention of
. the" journals. . . j T ': ! 1 j
. : Siir Ibnry Ha dingei and Sir Hugh
H Cough, wITb have qistirtuishedthemjselves
i ; liy military kervites in India, have been
; r t levnted to the Perra
jjj. Thc.PrijrCp de Joiiiville has hejtn ap
i 'ji; jioln cd comrnandrr-inchief of the iMedi
I i; i tcraiienn llefjt. lie hits been making a
Taujon and oil hers, and, the papers speak
excellent iliects prou'uceU bj lib rigid
' examinational vlt- j i
' ' Ter"ha ncen anoi her Ministerial jcri-
Vis in Spain, Gen. Nairraez bavins: I quar-
t Wi tad in tie'AWxahdrtliakette
ing Just anq pdintpq p$errtioiii4
;fe iVe diprt in the Administriiion papers
appeals to thej j5?(jp!e .ti isupport tjei ;pilicyjr
M r, Pol ks !aJ trii ni st ration! ! Th i s rn jht all
very tveH, if tfiese -guides iviould sliyr us jwhat
the " policy of)the jAdnMniiitfation jUallj: ijs
or as we seejfeicipi sed, byfajlcotenipo.
rary, " tell us tfe altfeof i ho Admiiiip(ration Vf
The friends of those in potver should themselves
agrae in opiniriconcemi ig" their bijrn policy,
be(re: they intokej the! country! to support.
They should 'njstl'jyi "Hher 04 .Oor 49 U
the orthodox liiieof rwundarv-if appropriations
for rivers and harbors are proper if .the Sub.
e House, is to be
be supported north
ing uoom ifnuay, mere whs u uuMui- , nf fan.a an nitnn' iih- ifeE. A-c
done. ( Upon the whole, the tone of the j A these .nt -fct to l0 seed, M.yoml dis.
market is tirrrter, anu prices nave; lm- , Mtre tney ,uik at(mi tbe pbliey of the
proved nearly roijeighih 'a gratifying fact
in the present state; of the commercial
world, tie steadiness of the demand is
encouraging as regards ihe future.
? Emigration.--The tide of emigration
to America fron Ireland has set in this
year earlier than usual. The. quays at
Cork are crowded to ihconvience with
passengers and; their luggage. Already
one vessel has failed with a full comple
ment of passengers; and twenty-three
others, with nearly lour thousand emi
Administration We have as vet keen no re
cognized principle of policy adopted by the Ad.
ministration, and united in generally hy the par
ty, except llhat; of turning Whigs out of office,
and putting friends of the dominant party into
their places, and even this last principle ere.
ates, occasionally, some little grumbling in the
parts of the country where they arejnot used to
the process. No! no! Mr. HaywOod ami Mr.
Allen must unite in the Senate and the Wes.
tern and Southern leaders embrace in the House
of Representatives, or appeals : to support the
policy of the Administration, will lie cons id.
rrijllctl jwilh two of his colleagues. The
latest intejligencrt from Madrid states
'th.-ulhis resignation bad. been accepted
liyjthe; Queenj. I A r. Isiuritz isiPresident
. of tho. CoutiCjil ar d Minister of foreign
Aftajrs'; M. Arme -o, Minister of Marine ;
M Egana renainii as Minister of Juistice ;
ii AI!1Moii is : i nt Ilia r l nances. . 'f- j 1..
ilil j Tlie recall of G 'riefut O'Doijine'jij from
' tpp Coverument0 ' Cqba is annoririced.
j" .(5enc ral Honcall is apjiointed to sBcceed
' .;-r ;. f ; ' ;': - -
;l ,1 The Pob'iih Insurrection is.entireicrush-
m IThe leaders jvcre! being imprisoned j
. lnti quarters. I'DtocK. one ot theilead
:U ;tfi, la bcerr (pondtninell todeath.and ex-
! cbutqd at Siedice. -;. n ..' s j
' j In Persia tie ciolera is raging with
; devastating efH-ct. f j j
' tl The Cnpo f Go6tl llope papers, which
corn down lo the middle of February,
titate that Ihe Kafirs mec;
upon Graham's lown.
grants, are preparing at that port lor sea, ! ered ,y intelligent men as vain words! cohvey.
ARRIVAL OF rOULTRy FROM America. ing no other meaning than the old one, t Keep
On Sunday, the Agerma, 500 tons, ar
rived in St. Catharine's docks, from Bos
ton, with twenty-five cases of turkeys,
geese, and capons ; also, six boxes of red
Ti indeer, of superior qualify. They were
packed in ice tq preserve them. We be
lieve this to be the first importation of the
kind. 1 M
oeatllori impetuosiiy of the other branch rof
Congress, in this as well as in other important
measures. ; So far as jihe recommendation of
that Committeo may have ny I influence the
pressure " which, by this Very act of postpone
rftcnt, it is. confessed, must naturally result fr6n
the measurej.l whenever it shall go into opera
tion, -vfill bei iati least; delayed long enough to
permit: those interested to prepare for the arl)
tLiy, It may pertinently be asked, however,
why a measure should be. persisted in, the con
sequences of: which must le so' confessedly in
jurious ? Y Why, when we are 'sailing on a
smooth sea, shitll we voluntarily, run .our bark
upon rocks and breakers ? Why incur the haz
ards of shipwreck, jwhen before us lies a "safe
channel ? . But , we did not intend to discuss the
wisdom of their policy, so much as to direct
public attention to the dissensions in the-ranks
of our opponents, perplexing their maturest
counsels." J Yet so well disciplined are they,
that, even tacit confessions like these, extorted
from one portion of the party in regard to the
probable mischievous effects of the measures
proposed by another, will exert no. disturbing
influence upon their action when the bugles of
their leaders summon Ihem to the fight !
i 1 ' -
irong hopo prelirainary legislation to avert j .
thai :body x& be .exerted to counteract the I it mischiefs ? p Onq might tvith as much.rea. jt wj
buu iac uuic vi arKiuti uaim "" -
precaution of swalloAvingan antidote by which
t. . t cr ..,. r i
its poisonous enecis migni oe io larucunautcu
as lo prevent the extinction of life ! ' '
We bavej remarked above that the specie
clause of. the .Sub-Treasury bill Is its vital fea.
ture, divested of which it would be a piece of
cumbrous machinery, chiefly objectionable on
the scoredf ihe increase of federal patronage,
and of the facilities it -would furnish lo embez.
zlement and defalcation. It is that clause of
the bill from which a pressure is apprehended,
anoffrom which, if it be enforced, a pressure
must necessarily arise. . NVe need not attempt
to argue a ! proposition so plain that even the
best friends of the proposed change are con.
strained to dmit it.. But we cannot refrain
from callinglpublic atlentionjn this connection,'
to the strongand emphatic condemnation passed
by SenatirMcDuflie, upon this measure in 1833,
the year after Mr. Van Buren had, by his official
imprimatur; 'given the M democratic " impress
to this " federal conception," as the Globe
characterize t in 1833,' when Gen. Gordon,
introduced it into theJHouse of Representatives
as the antagonist of Gen Jackson's and Amos
Kendall's Pet Bank ;Learue. -Mr.iMcUufhe,
From the t'jetersburg Intelligencer.
GENERAL SOliniEItN CONFERENCE
M. E. CHURCH.
Friday, May 1, 184G.
met at 9 o'clock, and was
rntlpfl tn nrAfr Kv iliA I?v". fir W'nnna vtir
nominatedj Rev. Mr. Early a-President pro. cohesive power f public plunder
tern; ot the Conference.
Bishop Soijle wais present, but as he does not
itated an httack
had taken the; requisite precautions' tci re
Jel the attack, and the colonists, alarmed
ty tlje rumors of impending hostilities,
hind put themselves in nil attitude of de
jWca But tlje pnl)abiliify was thatjthe
nfai would- end without blows. I
II Tb,! folloving cmnprhtl of the remjiin.,
der of the intjelligence is mtde up; from
tho liivcrpoollTitnes of the 1 lib instant:
as Bishop Andrew
A portion of the
by the Rev. Mr. W
hg to the Church South, and
was absent, Mr. Early was
Holy Scriptures was read
inans. A hymn was then
sung, and the Throne of Grace addressed by
the Rev. gentleman in an eloquent and appro
Certificates of depegates'to the Conference,
ing the party together, in order that those who
are its head may continue ito enjoy the spoils,
or divide, them amongst their parasites and fa
voiites." i':;i'; ! M
The tenacity) withjwhich the Administration
party adhere together at the polls, In the face
of ihe contrariety of opiniim exhiljited by them
in the councils qf the country, not only upon the
application of gNat principles, but ; upon those
very principles tjiemselves upon which they pro.
j fess to he united, is one of the most remark a
l.ble phenomena 6f the times; or at least it would
be so, were' not the mystery solved by that em
jihaiic declaration of one of their ovn leaders,
! who said that they are bound togpther f by the
claration is confirmed by the present position
of the party, who, as our friend of the Alexan
dria Gazette well remarks seem td have con
centrated on no V principle,"' since the Jnllugu.
ration of Mr. Polk, except that of pruseribing4
Whig office-holders, arid putting Locofocos in
their place ! 1 ;
On the question of Internal Improvement by
the General Government, for example, we have
We need but refer to the Oregon controversy j in a letter to Col. Towns, of Georgia, used this
aS another striking illustration of the discord- ' strong language to the truth and force of which
ant opinions of the Administration party one J we as heartily subscribe now as we did at the
section of which, headed by Cass and Allen, j time it was written.:
insist upon the assertion, even at the hazard of j M T regard(id th Kheme of exicting cie
war, of the American tiIe to the extreme hm- payments fpr;Governmnt due, to the exclusion of the
its of the territory in dispute, to which they ai- ; " bills of specie-paying Bants, as a measure fraught with
lege the party is bound not less by the resolu- ! K such deleterious consequences, that I do not believe it
tions of the Baltimore Convention, than by the ! " wou,f endrt; our eairy it. to
- , r r ii I ., , , ,l . " merely a ttandard-fo which we refer, by means of the
voluntary pledges of Mr. Polk ; whilst Calhoun j exchange9 to ascertain iwhen the currency is redund
and Benton ominous conjunction ! as boldly j ant. Paper credit if our actual currency : and to de-
amrm thaMt is the duty ot the Administration
to compromise the question, if it can, by a sur
render of more than six degress of latitude to
" siroy that would be to produce one of the most unjust
" and ruinous revolution which ever desolated the earth."
The letter; from which this paragiaph is la-
Great Britain. And both sections of the bar- ! ken. was wr tten after Mr. Calhoun had iriven
ty; with equal boldness, although occupying in his adhesion to Van Buren on this question ;
such antagonist positions, claim to speak the and we hope to see Mr. McDuffie reiterating
sentiments of the President; and both, perhaps, this opinion on the fWr of the Senate, and ex
would to-morrow, were he a candidate for re. eilin" his stronff powers to aveit the catastro.
' Commercial matters wear an improved
nSpecY. ' Affairs ar still sufficiently' bad ;
1)U, qotnparatvely speaking, not so much
so as they were a week ao. Th decis
iori oriirllarnent respectjing the pending
railway .bills yill peedily bring intojeir-
. cufat; on; largd quantities'of cnm'tal that
have been withdra .Vn Irob thc Wdinary
channqls of trade. , i '
lThb'tnriir, I ke. IN ahomet's cofBn, is Sus
p(t)did in mi l-air, between the higher
: and the Iowe pow ers ; bitit, pending its
fate, mor ndVabtnnrc is beitis taken of
, 'A'cnsuiy "u"r ior noeraung goods
I from ibond on Ipaytrlent of t'he reduced du
: Mi i':
ceipts at the
fa list of which will be published at another t 5een' ai ,nis sess 00 ol Vongress' nV a mo"
time,) were then refcd. 'e,y f the party voting for the appropriation of
Thiee Delegates jbeing absent, Dr. Winans ; millions of dollars to this object, without sciu
moved that the pqnference adjourn until to. ; pIe, and even denouncitlg the contractekl policy
morrow morning ai 9 o'clock. This motion ! a(- ,l .i, .J, j ; r ... r ,
ur ,U . j . a- , l"Pir political associates, who, more faithful
was withheld for I ha present, in order to a fiord i , . . V ,
the Delegates from (he Indian mission an op, to lhc,r l),,ifcss,onf' PPose he stem, both as
portunity to furnish evidence of their election. . . Lunwa,ranted by the Constitution, and asjeorrupt-
Mr. Drake eontenided that the motion to adi ! ing in its tendencies one section invoking and
journ having been withheld, it: was to all in, j predicting a Presidential veto, in the event of
tents anu purposes wnnaiawn, and he moved tne ,
nun iiim vuiiivicuti; inuicru iu cicci a ovurtr. ;
ige of theie billi, and the other depre.
i eating and defying
. I A. I . .
i ne prcsseni ween tne re
Custbm-houfcc have hp.pn
iartre ii tolerable ibroof that the
. , k ; j . I ml. . . i . , . q
;cial yorjd thijik thfc tariff jw ill ultimately
inu lis way io uie siaiuie-nooit.
'hp American provision trade has nar-
ttal;en of the facilities whith the Treasu
ry orfler a ffofds. Considerable supplies
of berf and provisions have been released
licm bond under tbe low duties, and4 are
Cnuiug their. Way jntogerieral consump
ticn.'E ! ' !! " X7 - 'I '
j Tl o revenue retiirns to the 5th of April
exhibit some curiojis results. This is the
Dr. Winans thereuuon renewed his motion
to adjourn, and the 4te being taken, the mo
tion to adjourn was lAst.
Mr. Drake then renewed his motion to go in-
to ine election ot a peeretary, which motion
having been carried, Ihe Rev! Mr. T. N. Ral
ston, of the Kentucky! Conference, was unani
moosly elected Secretary, and the Rev. Mr. T.
O. Summers Assistant Secretary of the Confer,
The Rev, Samuel Bryant, of the N. C. Con
ferencc was the assistant Secretary pro. tern.
The Delegate's from' the Indian Mission hav
ing produced, satisfactory testimony of their
election, were admitted to seats in the Confer
Rev. Mr. Crowder offered the following res
it! Now, we would ask, of
which of these opposing sections vf the party,
' of which Mr. Polk is the common head, is he
the true representative ? ; And yet,: were Mr.
Polk a candidate for reejlecfion. (an event by
no means improbable,) with one vpice these
" strict constructionists " 'woiild unit i---!
and zealously in his support, as it there were in
truth no seemingly impassable gulf between
them ! . j
So, too, on the Tarifi rupon which however,
we admit there is a nearer approach to unan
imity in action, though w0 doubt whether there
be not as wide a diversity of sentiment among
them in relation to the principle involved in the
I controversy between the itwo great; parties.
election, strain every nerve to promote his triT
We have thus hastily grouped together some
of the important questions upon which the Ad
ministration party differ among themselves as
widely as they do from the Whigs. Is it not
pertinent and proper, therefore, when complaints
are made bv them, of the hostility evinced by
the Wh igs to their policy, that we should require
them to tell us definitely and precisely irhal that
pdlicy is ? We confess that to us it seems to
he a 'Messelated pavement," as well in the di
versity of its colors, as in the compactness of
its various and dissimilar parts.
phe which hie so eloquently depicts.
Erom the Richmond Whig.of April 27.
SIGNS OF FEAR.
THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
1 Salisbury, IV. C.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1846.
William A, Graham,
OK OR A N G E COUNTY.
O We are authorised to announce Ilczekiall
Turner, us a candidate for she riff at the ensuing Au
O We are authorised to announce John L..
Gl'illiaill, as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing
Resolved, That the Editors of the Southern ' From ihe fact, so often proclaimed by Ihe Wash
end Of the flnancia,! year.
rj;ycrme, ow ing to
ol trncle, sliows a
lomsjpf hnlf a mil
M" mom than a r
. i lie yenr sf
and Southwestern Advocates be a Committee
for publication, whose ; business it shall be to
supervise all publications of reports of proceed
ings, with authority to employ a Reporter.
Re-v Mrj Lee moved to Jimend the Resolu.
lion by striking out thej clause authorizing the
Committee to employ a Reporter he prefer
ring that the Conference should make the se
lection. Pending a discussion of this subiect.
. n j
Senator Levyis, in responding to the intei rog.
atoriesi addressed to him, as Chairman of the
'Finance Committee, a few days ago, in refer- ;
ehce to the time at which the Sub-Treasury Bill
would probably be repoited to the Senate for its
action, and to the amendments which might be !
suggested, observed that the Committee hadde
tcrminjd in give precedence to the bill establish
ing the; Warehousing System, and likewise to I
ibills establishing Branch Mints at New York j
tnid Charleston. We would enouire w'hv il is 1
tat the Senate, more cautious and prudent than ! TT3 A meetiner of the Whigs of Rowan
.1 . Il t r ft .. I
ine popmar orancn oi congress, weejini neces- : Polintv vrfls l1Pbl on Thnrsrlav. 7th Afav.
sary to precede the introduction of the contem- , " ... , . , , . . .
plated Financial System by other measures. 18 lC' 1,1 1'sbury, which being organized
having iio immediate connection with it, though by appointing Captain John McCuIlocb,
one of them, we admit, will be wholly unneces. Chairman, and Levi Trexler, Esq., Secre
sary, except as a cumbrous and costly append- f a lh ft,lovvins resolution was adopted
l nu) In (hat cittnn r . ml urlnr t .a n .Mu.nnn.i
given, too, that.! if Ihe bill should ultimatelv nass. ; 011 motlOJl ol J- Lord, hsn. :
iu nilnl provision, divested of which it is a bod v ' " Whereas, the ir..per sec?on is approach
without a soul, requiring all government dues to ' in" for the; nomination of uiiubl candidafra to
be paid tn epecjie. instead of going into effect in represent th cu'y "C Kowan in the nest Gen-
the month of June, as L rH;m'rd r frMrj L-.--'rniblv. and a general expression of
Bill, shall not be enforced earlier than January public sentiment being desired
next ? If the measure be a .wise one, why de- j Be il Resolved, That a Convention of ihe
ler the period at which its auspicious influence ; Whig Party be. hrld in the town of Salisbury,
on Saturday the 23d of May, (inst.,) and that
delegate be chosen by the respective Captain's
Companies, to represent them iu the Convention.
i.igton Union, during the preceding summer
and autumn, that Mr. Walker was-incessantly
and laboriously employed in the preparation of
i . i. - , r gixL. 1 :
a pia.ii ior iiiu atiHu ui . vufigrL'ss, u was rea-
sonable to suppose that this subject would be
promptly taken up and disposed of. j ;Bulvnear:
ly five months have elapsed since Congress as
sembled ; yet, alter the most remarkable delay
ill be :r c :
er part of thi
the House cf I
suit the vicy. s
sion, but adjcr.r i
the issue of the
meet again in 0
Monday in Dec :
majority of tic :
tien9 we suppci .
prived of the :;r
vantages of the i
this stab attl i" :
itvith all pobl !
sorted to by any ;
tant question :
Ihought any j ar:
have ventured u
ty of the country
been doing on ti
meeting of the ;
one, we presume,
lie mind has be .
held so long in i
mis iheir only :u i
thcr. pressure, ,'sl;. .
all hope has vt i!
despair seems to i
every lover of !.i
happiness. IIo v !
is to continue r
will submit to hu
alyzed by such ur,
hascharacterizt (1 I
the length and b;.
land, we .knoiv ;:.
a brighter dav W
on our beloved e
be lon. before' Iu ; ;
able resources wi I
Nation take her r
the greatest and
pires of the vc ti .
not far distant -w!
liberal system oi " I
the whole. land, ti
adopted wherever :
has been permit tc I
One word rhort.
this topic. What !.
gress accomplW;- :
they have hern in
Is a plain one.j A'
manner, towanls i
lie or individual
plunged us into a '
v.hy ? Not bee ; tu
ed to encroaclj r.;
popularity -to i
the afTectia i1'
gained by ihc :u
lion anu ueccpiio
DC?3 Mr. Leak
the people of thi
Rev. Dr. Capers movelan adjournment, which ) in bringing the Admijnistrattpn projet; before ihe
motion was; carried i and af:er prayer by the
the gendral stagnation
dehcieny in the cus
ion, and; in. the excise
uarterof a million.
ncy in the! customs a-
-.:inou its to nearly two millions and a half
jnjid iipwardsjo 300,000 i i the excise.-,
ljut the sfjtmps have increased 400,000,
,thn host oflitje 00,000. The total ordi-!
imryj, ren nuej leaves, a decrease of some
jhing mpre tlpan fvo millions. The most
cratSfying featnre in the penny postage
j '".! has J worked.'' admirably. Nevertneless,
jtiianUs to the (nccrrie tax, there is a clear
fbrnlus of two millions and a half; above
lie expenditure. M
r jlTtie falling off on the ysar's! income is
to Imd attributed tc the reii ission of! taxa.
libra during the previous year. Sihce the
i i ; Inst budget kaxes to the extent of three
in il lions and aj qtkarter he vc bemitaken
jiffhrlicles which entered largely iutothe
eonlumptiori of the manufactures add the
ILpsjness classes. .' : ! . n;;4;;'';.
ji Ji be Krithh corn trade continues
nnd prices i re :8a. lower i han at th
; gin nng of the year. A variety of causes
)fil accourt for ,thc stagnation,! The!
tmccrtainty vvhic t exists about the future
is a main elemem, ana nd wonder, when
it H reflected that the passing (of theicorn
lall before Parliament will at once reduce
the duty fro n 18i to 4.' Again, the mild
ncss of the weather has chedkeif-the de
t ! !in?hd for brad-stfiuVj A liw temperature
"W 3l,crr a sesine consumption oi iooa.
And, finalN, the growth of vegetables,
Iron ihe sii me dause, has been "prolific,
nnu superseded to a very!fcoo$idrable ex
tent me use ot wheatcn bread. These
1 1 coiianneu causes nave Kentdown the nnen
- '.. I L. L I . L I i I
continue to depress the
uncertainty about the fu
Rev. Mr. Lane, the Conference adjourned "un
til 'to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Methodist Southern Conference. This body
commenced its first sejssion in this Town on
yesterday. There are a gbod many distinguish
ed Clergymen present, and the proceedings
will be watched with interest by the public.
Owing, it is supposed, td a failureof the con
nection between Wilmington and Charleston,
a number of the Southern Delegates have not
vet arrived.- Pet. Intelligencer.
House, it is still permitted to slumber uhon the
table, while other measures of inferior; impor
tance are day after day elaborately debated. -r
Whythis extraordinary hesitUtion in (nakingthe
long threatened assault upon the existing rev
enue system, which has been so bitterly assail
ed as the incarnation of all. that is Heretical in
principle, with all; that is. odious andoppressive.
in practice, and vyht,ch, ; i I? ti be so, should not
be permitted to remain oil the statute book one
hour 1 Why, too, do theyj stamp upon the very
face of their own bill a confession of their own
want of confidence in its adaptation1 to the very
purpose for which' it Is designed ? And why is
it, above all, thtkt, ;with a anajority of about
SEVENTY; in the Houses ;bf Representatives,
the fate of this bill is confessedly doubtful, and
shall be exerted for the benefit of the country?
If it is the "constitutional" treasury, which,
for the first, time since the adoption of the Con
stitution, now more than half a century ago, we
are about to establish, why postpone for a day
a uu,j wa.,U ....e .umer. o u,,- y nnuuon C(tndidates fQT Roican. Mr. John W.
finri all Ihnir fnnpfiaors nnti AI r V in Huron a
Jtime, most strangely overlooked, or most c. imi- ! E11,s has declared h.mself a cand.date
nally neglected to perform ? Why this delay i fr re-election to the Commons in the next Legi.
why the ; tremlding hesitation with which ihe I slature. Mr. C. F. F'isher, is also understood
jStibject is approached the shrinking back from t be a candidate for the Commons, and Mr.
the consequences ot the meditated deed, which ; John fraley, alia (elf-atjled) -old bald," for
they are pledged, but which nevertheless they . . . , ,
fear to di? Mr. Lewis is himself candid enough ; the ?fnal lh,s ,,ckel lhe Part reSard a a
to inform us. The Warehousing System, he. ver)' strong one; and, as lhe Whigs seem
tells the country, is intended as " a remedial backward in bringing out their men, it is easy
measure, in its tendency strongly calculated to discover in democratic faces a self-compla-U
to relieve any pressure that may result cenc j in their manners an archness, which
from a sudden or precipitate introduction of; i rijj
U ,i -It r l o i t -ii seems to say to us tee hare you note ! Deluded
'the specie clauses of the Sub-Treasury hi : ' . . i , ... . . ..... .
while ihe Branch Mints, tolallv useless and un- mor,als ! Uo u,e' "eeve mere is a wing in
' jm ' k . m m m l. I
necessary tor any other purpose, sinca-we have the county who will saenhee his political faith T ! seern the burtli' !
already in operation a numbcrjof Institutions of who will renounce it and embrace locofocoisra 1 j' i r)
s!mi,ar 'aracter, more than adequate to. the ; Vain hope ! How then can they be elected ? !
House, on yestcrd t
didate for Govt i a
and a quarter, la
for nothing new
out the whole, it i
nality the seati:;
of every1 other L'
their great leat'.f :
me small iry pMi
ed briefly upoii t!
racterized, as a
der, '.without rid
ble argument in j
distribution pclij .
rupt Law, and It
the Slate, reitn ai;
.worn-out and full
lhe Vatican. The immense pile of
building is beyond all imagination. I was
told its extreme length through the apart
ments, and not duplicating -a single room, i if it passj at all,: will; receive; lhe sanction of a
was 79,000 feet, or nearly 14 English l'are majority ? On this subject, tljerefore. as
miles. It has 4.000 rooms, and 2,000 ! w'dl as upon Internal Improvement, the Loco
flights of stairs. This immense pile con- ' rco Par,y divided) by rj-econcilabtn diver,
tains most of the aittiauitiesof Rom as sil5es of sehtiment-r-yet when the summons
ojf ijlour, and wil
; )n; rket. utitil all
well as most of the celebrated statuary
and paintings ot the early as well as the
modern artists, lqe sculpture is great ;
tie inimitaoic ipoto, lietyidere, and the
ruly great Uying Qladiator, with 10,000
legitimate purposes for which they were origi
nally designed, will be requisite to facilitate we I
yue not bld how, "ihe introduction of specie
payments into the Treasury. ! ,
these are candid admissions, for which we
are indebted to the Chairman! of the Finance
Committee himself an advocate of a measure,
the adoption of which requires; this preliminary
legislation, in order to mitigate the severity of
its effects ! The simple annunciation of the
fact that the adoption of lhe Warehousing Sys.
tern is! essential as a remedial measure,"
td the polls," is heard, thse marked diheren
ces are all forgotten,! and jthev move forward in
unbroken phalanx at the word of command !
There is, perhaps, les!s difference of senti-
ment among our opponenjsjon the Sub Treasu
pe ! How then can they
It is true tMr. Ellis was elected two years ago,
but lhat is no reason he should te re-elected,
much less that Mr. Fisher and Fraley shall al
so enjoy the same success. Mr. Ellis had aids
then, which he has not noir advantages that no
longer exbt. He and all tbe rest of them are
good tWsalt river.
!; OUR COUNTY COURT
has been in session this week, in the perform
ance of; its ordinary business.
lur. L.caK never n
luryiuuiur jium .
entirely whilii !, .
Locofocos wei r !
that this abomin ;!
to commerce tin ! :
try, just passed t!
tives, contained :
dues of the Govt
ver. We sunt o
oi r, ior nim to no:icf
not have t alii ft!
lion.) than it can possibly be under that by which
jit is supposed to be substituted, lhe currency is
sound, and the country is in a prosperous condi-
lion? Why, above alf, replace it by a plan,
. finm thft nnprntinn rf vhirh itt advocator t Kpm .
- residents and Senators, as well as j tion, they ipproachj it rm0st reluctantly, and selves so confidently anticpate a "pressure,"
the orators and poets, and a host of gods ! shrink appalled from th jappre headed conse- ; lhatr in order to guard against it, ihey deem it
ot sea, land, Jln(l5);4,f4 whole is a quences of ts passage, The House of Repre- p necessary to! precede its introduction by a con-
woriu oi ine line arts, on a much greater Sentative-s. it is trueJ burned the Sub-J reasurv.'ifessedlv remedial measure 7 Is it not wiser to
fought to be sufiicient to condemn the policy, the
evils oti which that vstem s confessed v ne. il "'""-v
' ireneral interest transpired in its proceed
under which, while the public monev is infinite- ings. A majority of the Magistrates being f L. concluded t bv
jly safer (ve. say so without fear of contradic- in attendance yesterday, they proceeded to the
transaction of County business : Robert E.
t Vt n n t nrri o n Al Kk 1 mtocl Inn kf Arm art i r
' . V f 3 V r f. V rZ comraon 5 s policy. Yet it is! perfectly obvious" ft hat, while
nil me ouisars, anu an ine lioman Emne. nravlnJi. oniiimtitaUihitMt ihpi::tn-:5iJ .m. 3
V? A 11 !".-'!.'! i ,
scale thn any olherity "caa boast of: 1 bill throuh!alrriost svlthoutjdiscussioh, and gaVe'l adhere" to, the existing mode of disbursing and . and School, and three to the boxes for Governor
I.- C. . . 1. II . I I J?.;-.. i e it . l ' (. . . 'i-l A' J'L :t.:iL- !! n.... !.jl I : .- ' LI" i I - 1 . I- 1 nnil mifV1 .rc tr ttii T nnlclilnr. 'PV.. Iot Ml.
Love was elected County Solicitor, Thomas T.
Maxwel was re-elected Trustee, and A. J.
Fleming was elected County Surveyor, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the decease of James
D.. Crosby. The Court also appointed Inspec
tors of elections three to the boxes fbr Sheriff
in fact, than all the cities of Christendom
.An unsexed Wbjna4.4--A Vounsr woman was
recently taken to the H, Y. City Hospital from
Anthonytreet,;with a broken leg, who goes bv
the name of M Johnnyi'; tltls said that she has
acted in the capacity iof stage driver nearly
three years on ne.of he omnibus routes in tbe
city. Dossed in tnal apparel, she chewed to.
bacco, smoked cigars, drank hrandy, and swore
as valiantly as any of ser confederates; and her
sex was never discovered. It was juring this
lime that; she agopted jthis name, which' is now
the. only one by
ty as to whether'!
be the candi(!.it( ,
tention to' abide,
clinut? at Ral-
speech was a
pe possilile.;; But hsll keeping the public funds, so long as it works ' and members to the Legislature. The tax rates ?
which! she is known.
it the most stringent shai
advocates in that body 'will knew it had to pass
another ordeal before it pecame aj Ja of the;
land, or, wej doubt not, they would have linger-!
jed much longer nvr Iti besides giving to its
features a milder arid lejss repulsive aspect. '
(And Wftnovr look to th;3bsate thanlc
thee, Jew, r;ieaching !us that w&rd,''j confii
dently, if not for thej rejection of tueirrieaslirej
at least fbr isuc a fcnang)i pf if s provisions as
!will soften he igor of rations, and miui
gate its pernicious effects,- The language of produce? Whv, we ask, in th namr-of com
lhe Chairman of thej EtnahceComrhittee of the mon sense, atlopt k system "which requires us to
jSenatei Mr Lewisj in re!y to Mr Webster resort to! i4 a remedial measure " in; advance,
enquiries, on "Wednesday Ust, iinsblrei with when ve have already in operation a plaa which
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well, rather than to substitute it by another, for the! present yar were also laid, It was ,dlur"t cai
which, from its very nature, we know will ope- Raised 8 cts. on the poll and 4 cts. on real estate.! ultimo, and has
rate with so; much severity, that even its friends j Therei Was aUo an appropriation raadp to defray LocofbcOhm
"".7 -r- .-; : the expanses of sending t0 the Deaf and-DW gainea ninr
cautionary measures to guard against ,its inju-1 v sn' ' " u KUV Aycil "u b, .
lious eflects 1 Is not that very measure con
demned 'upon its very face, which Us friends
School, at Raleigh, a young woman by the name f- Delegate
of Margaret Gales, who is a deaf mutel- The; ate. 15V thr; r
admit canno be safely adopted without giv-! appropriation was made without a dissenting f; Senator, the tcs :
ing precedence " tololbcrs calculated to ' re
J licve tlie pressure " which it mtist necessarily
voice, afact that speaks well for Rowan.
on the 4th M uc
- CT The U. S . rr
OCT? Our candidates for SherifH impressed
1 i m mm
with the demoralizing effects of the practice ot via sanreji.-; it
frcatihave agreed lo refrain trora it. . ;' -i I light be . s.
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