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tTThc Jl(gifter,n alludingto thc nomina
tion if Gcn. Cass, says it irili be hailed with
jov by thc people of Francc. A fmall mis
ta'ko. Tho anlent friends of Mr. C. among tlie
j'rrnch, bave moally lcft tlirir country. It
was Louis Philippca'nd liis ndbcreniswho were
io laudcd liy the Loco-Foco noniincc, an J it is
nltogcther "prob.iblc tliat lns syrcpalhics arc
now with ll;e cxilcd King. Gen. Ca?3 is onc
ofthe most aristoeralie mcn in tlie country
and it "slicks out all over," from lhe. "scalp"
on his hcad, !o tlie tips of h: white kid gloiet
aii'l tlie he-ub of his Frcnch bcots. AVtc lla
Whig Young Iflen's National
Convention of Ratification.
TO THE YOUNG WHIGS OF TIIIJ
Feiaow Wmns : Tlie wliigs of Philadel
phij bave delegatcd tlie underyigncd, in tlicjr
nin, ti solicit voiir attendancc nl tbe Whig
Young Mrn's National Convention ofllatifl
cvtti&n, to bc held in Independence Squnrc in
trii' city, on Thursday, tlie Sth of Jtine next.
Whatevcr preferencc or projudiccs may be
rntcrtained. in rclation to tlie candidatcs for
thu Proideney, it is our dnty, as niembers of"
a p.-trtya-ting'togcthcr for patriotic piirposes,
to sustain tlie nomination of tbe Whig Nation-
ul Con cntion. Tbe prcsur vntiou of thc hig
iripinization, at all limcj iuiportantj and tbe
nuintcnanee of its barmony and unity ofac-
tioii,.irc now demanded bv cvcry cniismcra
lion whidi can influencc all, alive to tbe mo
lnculous issues of tbe approacbing Prcsiden
tial contest, and tbe conscqucnccs to flow from
their arlntraincnt. i lic Ue.-itinyot the uation,
aml the. cbaraeter ofits institutions, ivill be
permaiiciitly afl'ceted bv Ibc resnlt of tbi
stni2"lo Pistracted.divided and discordant,
wc shall f:ill bcf'orc tbe onsct of a powcrfulop-
iH)-ilion. nnimated bv tbe bopcs of 'ctainiu"
powcr, and instigated to excrtion by tho re-
Taann oi acuvc nanisausnip. iviiiiuu iiiiunuu
rcio'ute. aml inspircd by tbe puiest and niost
cicvated umbition tbat of rcscuing our bc
bivcd country from tbe pcrils which envclope
Jier no combmation, however strongly cc
incnfcd by selfi-sh purpoes, can prevail against
A a band of brethren, then, prepared to
furrender every private fecling, wo invoke
vou to a?cnible with us on tbe consecrated
jrronnd, wherc tlm Declaration wa first pro-
clainjfd, wlncli gave in a piace among tlie m-d-'inud-.-nt
intioas of the earth. 'rhcre, after
tlm uxaniplc of our anr"elors, and in tbe samc
spirit of (levotion lo Republican Liberty and
(.'onjtitulioaal GovcTiimenf, wbich attuated
theni. Ict us devote oursclvcs to a contest, in
rolving tbe priiifiplcs to the support of wliirb
tbttv plcdced tlieir livrs, tbeir l'ortunes, and
tbeir sicred hnuor. Thurc let us showourrc
caml for tbeir illustrioin nicniorics, bv cnjaj
mr in an efTort to vindicate. and restore to its
pristino purity. tbe Cfinstitutitm.wbicb crown
cd the sullVringj aitd patriulutn of tba war of
You nced no appcal from t, a3 an incen-
tivc to action. lliu Inatory oi tl:e present
Fcdcrat Aibuinistration, from it j origin to the
p-rfent lime, wilh its dii-astrous influonce up
on tbe tradi", coinmerce and cbaraeter of tbe
uation, is sudieicnt of itself, toaroiise the most
npathctic to a sensc of duty. Tbat guarantce
of prosperitv and inilustry Tho Piofcctire
TnrifTAct o? 13 'J whieh, iluriiigits cxisteuce
rep'eiiished an cxliauted treasury -nitb reve
tiue, and brought baik comfort atid eniploy
mcnt !o the hoine of tho lalxjrer, was protrat
ed by Congrc-j at the dictation ol an Kxccu
tivo, whose folIouBrs bail pledged bim to its
Fupport. In ils rsieal, tbe knnwn winlies of
the pcople wera UiirrgarJed, and the most fol
cia"i promios Tio'.ateil, with a rfeklessneis
bithcrlo unknown to tbe laws of bonorable
Obedior.t to the plcdi;es of a parlisan cau
riH, rnthcr thau to tbe ilutics of bis station,nd
the na'.ional interci'.s, tbe Kxccutivc next
pjiiybt to p'tmge n into a war with England.
for the sake of a fevr aeres of wihl w:isle and
i.iountain buid, l)i-ond tbe line of forty-nine
tljgrcf.-s, in tbe sterile aml uneultivaled rcgion
of the Oreon. Foileil in tbis altcmpt, by the
finnness of the Seiiate, and apparently instiga
trd by a de.tructie pasion, upon a question
o'dip!omatic etiiuclte, by bii own act, and
without -onultalion with the war-making jmjw
;r, be coinmeuees bostilities 'nitb tbe Kcpub
'Jh; of Jrcito. From tima lo timc, tbrougb
his o!hVial organ, Lo has avotved his intention
to pr.ijei:ute tbe eontu?t, until thu nationality
of .Mcxivo U fxtingiiishcil, alid its indepen
Ience is absorbed in the Anieriean Union.
Whatuer may be our ojiiuiuns as to tho cause
of this var, as Wb'g'i, we are unanimous n
gain.t tbe rigbt of the Kxecutirp, to engage
thc uation iu Iio.-liliiiiM, Avitbout the prcrioitn
aisent of Congrcrf, v.hieh body tbe Constitu
tion bas cxelmively invcsled with tbe powcrto
mike aml dechiro ivar. Against sehcmes of
oo:ipie.it and &poliation on the part of this
oiernment, 'e lirote.-I in tho samc tonns,
t'lit v.-i- wniild apply to tbe unboly iuvaiion of
l'ob-.nd, bv tlie de.-potio j-ovcreigns, wbo bave
par.-elled ber bleeding ivmains amongst tbem
wlvfi and upon wbofe erimes u fearfu! rclril)
utiou is now licing inflii-ted by a peojile, driv
e:i to re.istance bj- leng coiitintieii outrage.
Apparently detcnnineil to obstruct every ef
fort npm the part of the reprcsentatives of tbe
jicople, to promote the intercsts of tbeir eon
ittitnts, tlie Exeeutive bas vetoedbillsappro
oriatmu nionev for thc repair and consliuc-
tion of harbors on the Etonn-swept ' oats of
the nortbern lake?, pnd tlie Atlautic Imnier.
and for tho protection of buman lifo on tbe
wcstern wat,ers, by the removalof obitruetious
froiu thc cbannels of the crcat rivers. In con-
peipienre of tbis unjustiliable' inlcrferenee of
tlie i;t!-ntie witli tlie actirm ot Longre?3,ut
im domettic ipiestions, bumlreds of valuabte
lives bave beeti Iost, and millions of prop-rly
lc3'.royed, and tbe shores of the Lakes are
no-.v nearly bercft of artifieial baiens.
It is in vain to dcnv it; tbe forms of a Rc-
publie alono surutc u e aro gnverned by
the will of one inan. '1 be nice of thc pco
ple, a expresfcd tbrougb tbeir represenla
tives, is sct at nought. Tbe eoustitutional
privilrses of Congress arc no louscr reectcil.
nn'I the pasions aml prrjmliecs of a sinle inji
rida.il. nt no timc ilitilliiijli-. il tiy any liilt at
tributcs of miml or clianictcr, now wav thc lor
lims of tlii io;uitry. Sball wc MiflVr tiie cnnti
tutun to be tlun liolateil wiih impunity ? Shall
wc. wben Ihc Old Worlil ii nrouinsitsclf ngaint
thc ONK MAN l'OWKi:, ealmly ponnit tliat o-lio-H
iiiitrumcut v pojmlar ojijiri-s-ion to le c
lalili.licd on thc niiiH of our repuhliciin iixtitu
tio:n ? At leat, lct it ncvcr hc aid of us, Wliigs,
ihat wc s'.timhrrcd whcn thc tocin of national
pcril was soimd'uiin onr caiv. Lct us raie tbe
luuner of I'opnlnr I'ririlce, an wj;e an cxter
niinatiii war npr.init this ca nimin Kxct-iitivc
J'rcroativc. tliat tlircatpin toovcrtlirow.niulcriish
licncath it, thc cojriliaatc brancbcs oftho gov-cratat-nt.
Wc clicri'sh thc glorr tliat hjs lcen rcdectcd
upon tlie nation, lir t'li Iirillinut achievcintnts of
'ir arm.v. ii thc vie:oric, wiiicli. in deipitc of thc
fanlts of tho Alniiiiitr.itinii. hare lilitnl up its
progrcs f, from tlie Gu'.f to i",ie Si.-rr.ii tlut vmoin
pass thc mcnioraliU- ticlil of Ilucna Vista, aud tlie
xablc land on which the City of Jlcxico stnuds.
Iti c.unniou with all, liut thc iiistruiiicut of pow
r,wc arj iniliiimt at thc wiongs of the Gcncral,
rho5C ralor aud si'.l lcd oar trJops to triomph.
aj;aimt th most appalino liU. "VhiIc thc conn
try wji. yct rrsoundinjwiih auclamaiionofhi un
jiarallclwl aftions. wc hac itncs-cd with thc
lccpc-t hnmiliation, an clTort mailc in Congrcss
to lieprivc ouc of cvcn thc ciiipty bonor of a oon
ratulatory votc, nnd sal"?cni'iitly,a rccommcnd
n'ion from thc Kxct-ut'nc tosnpcrscdc hiin in
ro'.mraud, by a pcrm w lio hail ncvcr tct a squad--fla
"S 'be ' Evciy laail now brings thc pro-
c lm- of a Co nt cr'.i: 1 fir t'? a- ffl,i of
(Kt i- iiu t!i2 reptitttios of anotlicr Gcneral
whose victorio in two wars, havc fillcd the world
with his famc.
Against an Administration, tlius Iost to every
bonorable impnlsc, dcad to every patriotic cmo.
tion, bcnt only on scbcmcs of personal aggrandiic
mcnt.and rcsolutely tlctcnnincd on compassing
its nims, in di-Hanicof thc Constitntion and Lawa,
we again call you, Young Whigs, to the ficld.
Thc cityof brotbcrly lovc tiill be proudto reccije
yon, as her gtiests. and tho WhigsofPhiladelphia,
nhcrc tho colors of ourfaitb bave ncvcr yet bccn
strnck. f inco tbcy werc first plantcd ou her battlc
meuts, will be rejoiccd to opcn thcir doors, and
grect yon as follow-soldicrs iu the glorious causc
of National Ilcgeiieration.
E. JOY MOHIIIS,
W. S. PHICK.
C?-'J'lio following highly intcrcsting intelli
gencc was brouhtby thc llibemia, which arrived
in Ncw-York a weck ago.
Tne Foreiun Neavs by tlie Hibernia,
is full of important facts and incidents,
and what is nowdoingin Europe isJiere
afterloconstitutea large Yolnme in the
history of mankind, but, pcrhaps, no one occur-rcnc-e
tlicrcis of morc abiiling iinportanrc, in the
lcsson it tcacbcs, than thc insurrcction in Komc.
IJIPOUTAXT FltOXI ItOME.
Livtrjiool, Albion Officc, Xoon, May 13.
Thc Popchavingrcfuscd todcclare war against
Auitria, an inaurrection took placc.
Thc Ministrr rcsigned, and twenty-fonr honrs
wcre allowed to the l'opc for his final decision.
Iu the cvent of his rcfusal, a Proriaioual Govern
ment was to bc immediatcly appoiuted.
Tlie etcrnal city is in a bigh insurrcction.
Uome may bo considercd in a stato of sicge.
l'ius IX., "w hoc name was lately thc symbol of
Italian cmanripation, and who was personally
thc idol of tho pcoplc, aml, now pronounccd a
reartionnairc," is lcft noihing but the name of
tho sovercignty of Komc, and scarccly evcn that.
What appcars certain is, that whcn the declar
ation of tho I'ope against proclaiming war against
Austria and dUapproving ofthc passnge ofthc
I'o by the Pontitiral troops bccamc known, the
population of thc Iloly City rose as one nian
thc Xational Uunrds took" posscssion of all thc
gatcs ; scntinel6 wero placed at thc doors of thc
rciilenccs of all the cardinals, who wcro dctaincd
prUoncrs; a coaimittce. of which thc celebratcd
Cii-cro Vecchio was I'rcsidcnt, took posscssion of
thc post ofliec. whcro all the corrcspondcncc was
seizcd; thelcttcrsaddresstd to the cardinals wcre
opcncd and rcad.
Alctterfrom llomc, datcd thc 1st inst. says,
tlint thc momcnt thc ilccbiration of the Pope a
Ijovc mentioncd bccame public, deputntions from
thc iminicipalitr, tlie clubs and tho ciric guard,
proccedcd to thepahicc, whcrc they rcmainedfor
nearly fnur hours in confcrcuce with his Ilolincss.
It was durine; this confcrcncc that thc gates ofthc
citj- wrc scizcd. lhe rejult of tlus confcrcncc
was what uas btcn alrcauy announccu, that thc
Jliuistry was rctaincd in ollicc, reccivine full pow-
crs to cxcrtisc govcrnmcntin all temporal aflairs,
without thc ssnction or sign manual ofthc Poje.
Ilic Jlinutrv tlius uecame a rrowsional Uot-
letter from Lcrborn dnted tho 4th, cflirms
thata rcpublic was proclaimcd iu thc Ifoman
States. It is addvd that pcople proclaimcd n tem
poral forfeiturc of the l'opc, nxmed a laical pro-
ruional irovcriiment, and proclaimcd a rcpublic
Thc ccntrc coup of thesc ercnts, (savs this wri-
ter) was fclt at Lcghorn. Numerous gronps o''
peoplc armcd in lhe strects. lirpublican pla
rariis wcre postcd ou thc wall. The crowd -en
masse" uttcrcd shouts of "Long live tho Komans,
dcath to tyrants and traitors." Ilefore this cvc
ning, pcrhaps, thc Tuscan dynosty might havo
surived. Another Icttcr mcntions a report that
the I'ope had bccn obliged to lcare tho Quirinal
and rctiro into thc castlc of St. Angelo.
From Ycnicc we lcarn thst Zurclii. licing sum-
raoticd to capilulatc, nnswerrd tho summons by
dischargc ofcannon, which mado great camago
among tne uouy oi tlio enemy wiio tiau auranceu
to l'ahnnnuTa. -The eneii'a woundcd are stato
cd to bave fillcd 16 waggons.
tBTTbo Stcamer Uniled States, wbicb ar
rived nt Is'ew York on "Wednesday morning
last, brings thc following from Kurope.
Tbe latcst advices from Komostate tbat tho
new ininislry had not nioYcd satisfactorily to
tho pcople, aud that all wasindoubtandmucb
Thc Cardinals bad all bccn roleaicd cxcept
A battlc was fought on tbe Gtb, btwrcn thc
Piedmontcso and thc Austrians, undcr tbe
walls of Yerona. After a 6anguinary cngage
uicnt, tbe troops undcr Charlcs Albert werc
oblised to withdraw. 33 inen wcre killctl.and
a very large liumber woundcd in the engage-1
Among tho killed wcre Col. Cacchra, thc
Jlanjun Colfi, and Chevalier lliilbio, nid to
Tbe Austiian loss is unknown.
The Provincc of Iklluna has surrendcredtoj
tbe Austrians. I
A letter in thc London Tclegrapb. datcd
Yorona, May 27th, after tbe batlle with the
riedmontcsc savs: " J.he Austnans fouht
with detcnnincd eouragc and nustained a sc-',
verc loss. Gcn Salis received a bullct in his I
bniin, afid fell dead from his liorsc. Lt. Col. '
Lcnzendorf and other ofliccrs wcre 8111011" the
slain. The 10th regiincnt of tbe Gennan
Cbasseurs sulTercd most, and the ranks of the
Italian Grenadiers in the Austrian service,
werc aUograitly tbinncd."
lue loss on tlie licumontesc siuc is saiu to
be verv scvcrc.
For 5cvcrnl hours tho cuns kcpt up a con-
tinucd rannonade and manv of the balls roll-
ed to the very gates of the city.
llio Austnan nruiy was commanucil by
Gcn. d'Anno, Gen. Wraleslau and Gcn. AVcl-
Tho forces of tho Piedmontcsa wcre rcport
cd to Iihto been 50,000. Tbcy fought with
great conragc, especially thc Swiss ritlcmcn.
Tlio Italian troop? uude'r Kadetsky only bcld
thcir grouud for a rcry short timc.
A very scvero strugglc took place at San
Lueia and San Messerno ; three Italian com
panics kept four battaliotis of Austrians at bar
for six hours.
On tbe 13th of May, tbcre was n strong ef
fort made to ovcrturn tbe Frencb Govern
mcnt. On that day.the Clubs of Paris march
cd in procesjion to'tlio National Assemblyand
took posscssion of the Chamber. Blanqui
harangued thc AssombKylcclaring tbat if thc
rappel was beatcn, it would be trcason ; and
the traitor who cavc tbe coiumand, would be
dealt with. Huocr, with tbe rod flag waving
oer hiin, inounted thc Tribuno and dcclarcd
thc As-"embly dissolvcd, aud tbat tbe following
Prorisional Governuient was named: Calict,
Birbes, Ilubcr, Proudhome, Ledru llollin,
Louis Wanc, Blanqui, Pierro Lc Iloux, Kasp
ail, all Communists.
Fcr sevcral bours, Paris was in the grcatcst
confusion, bnt tho Govcrnmcnt finally rallicd ;
tho troops of the line, infautry and cavalry,
wcre calleil out, aud thc National Guari and
Guard Mobile, placed undcr arins.
After mucb uproar and confusion thc popu
laec bH:ame iiitimidatcd by thc troops, lcft the
Asscmbly and njarched to'the IIolcl dc Ville,
;o appoint a committcc of public safety ; mean
wbilo thc Asscmbly rcsumcd its scssion, altho'
many ware maltrdatcd
At half pitt fivs tho clubbista wcnt to to thc
Hotel do Tille to proclaim a committce of
public safety; tho National Guard dispersed
them -without clTusion of blood. Thc princi-
nal leadcrs werc arrcstcd.
Blanqui, Barbcj, Iluber and Gen. Courfais,
commanuant ot the iNationai uuara, were a
mon" tlioso arrestcd.
After the mecting of tbe Asscmbly, an jm
neachment for high trcason brought against
Rnn. Courfais was carned.
Thc immediato causc of tho mob movcment
in Paris appcars to havc bcen a spontancous
or stimulated dcmand qf thc blouses for an
immediato war in favor of Poland and Ita-
It is said that M. Lamartinc intends to pro
posc to thc. National Assembly to addrcss a
jiroelamation to the Gennan Courts. dcmand
tntr the re-constitution ofthc Polish nationali-
There was a great excitcmcnt at Bcrlin on
the 12th, on account of the King of Prussia's
determination to rccall tbe. Prince of Prussia
from Jntrland. The demonstrationswere sucb
that the Prince's rcturn was not considercd safe
at that timc.
Ncgotiations for pcacc betwcen Prussia and
Demuark wcre going 011 tbrougb thomediation
of Encland, with prospcct of success. It secms
to bc establisbed that Swedcn and Norway
will take active part with the Danos in the
quarrel, ifthc mediation is not spcedily suc
cessful. Tliey are supposed to bc influenced
to tbis step by Russia.
Arrival of the Niagara at Bos
ton. LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE.
New York, June 2d, 3 P. M.
The Stcamer Niagara arrived at Boston
this morning at 10 o'clock having lefl Liver
pool May 20.
The conspiracy in. Paris has bccn complcte
ly ovcrthrown. 200 conspirators aro under
arrcst. Louis Blanc is still at liberty. Hc is
suspected of cncouraging thc outbreak. The
invasion of the assembly was thc result of a
rcgularly organizcd conspiracy, intended to
brcak out at Paris, Lyons, and other places at
tbe same momcnt. l.abricrwas tba chief con
spirator. The Allcgiance of thc trcops ofthc
Line and National Guard is fully deper.ded
on. M. Lamartine's popularity has been fully
resloreu. iilaquc and lottc, by somc myste
rious influcnce bave been liberated. Genc
ral Cavignnc has bcen appointed Ministcr of
AVar. M. Frouvc Chowad, Prcfect of thc Po
licc, M. Considerant tbe fonner Prcfect had
been nnplieatcd lr. thc cmcutc. Notbingfroni
any other part of Europe. Free Press.
"Washington, Monday, May 29, 1S-48.
Sevjlte. Tho Vice Trcsidcnt laid bcfore the
Scnatc a communication from Gen. Cass,resign
ing his scat as Scnator from Michigan.
Mr. Felch submittcd a rcsolution that thc Yicc
I'resident notify thc Govcnior of thc Stato of
Michigan of thc resignation of his colleaguc, which
A mcssagc in writiug was rcceired from thc
I'resident of tbeUnited States transmiting a mc
morial from thc Gorcmmcnt of tho LcErislature
of Orcgon, askin- aid from the U. S. Governmcnt
against the Indians. and recommending that aid
bcgivcn to them. Tho mcssagc, with aecompauy
in document, wasrcfcrred to thc Committce on
Military Affairs, and ordcred to be printcd.
Mr. Butlcr, of South Cnrolina, from theJudi
ciary Committcc, rcported a bill in favor of pun
hhingviolations of tlie secrct procecdings of Con
gress. On motion of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina,
Mr. Benton was appointed Chairman of the Com
niittee on Military Affairs, in tho placc of Mr.
The bill to amcnd an act providing for
the transportation of the United States
Mails to forcign countries, after being a
monded so as to authorize the Postmaster
Gcncral to impose retalttory rates ofpost
age on British letters brought to this
country, was read a third timc and
IIoufiR. Mr. Amos Tuck, of N H.,
movcd to sttspcnd thc rules, in order that
hc might ofier a rcsolution for tlie aboli
tion of Slavery in tlie District of Colum
bia, which was takcn by yeas and nays,
and decided in thc negative Yeaa 53,
Mr. Smilh, oflnd., mored to saspend
the rules, in order that hc might nfJcr a
resolution fixing a day for the considera
lion of tlie Oregon bill, which was deci
ded in the affirmntive.
A message was received from lhe Pres
idcnt respcctitig Indian depredatinns in
Orcgon, and recommending the prompt
assistance ofthc Governmcnt.
Alr. Cobb, of G:t., spokc in favorof lhe
Presidcnt's rccommcndation, and movcd
lo take the Orcgon question at once into
considcration nnd discuss it.
Mr. Vinton said thcappropriation Bills
shotild bo Srst pai.scd. They had been
too long delaycd, and that money wns
watitcd. Slavery uould probably be dis
cussed in connection with thc Oregon
Bill, and prolong its consideralion.
Mr. Nathaniel Bojrdcn, of N. C. asked
why the Presidcut did not send a force ai
onccto Orcgon, without consulting Cons
grost, as he had sent a lorcc toTexas?
Mr. Stnith's rc.olution was amcnded,
so as finally :o malce it thc order of lhe
day, next after tho Appropriation Bill, and
The President's Messago was then rc
fcrred to thc Comtnittee on Military Af
fairs. Mr. Ashmun, of Mass., moved to sus
pend the rules, in order that he might of
fcr h resolution in favor of the adjotirn
ment of Congress on the 10th ol July.
On his motion, theycas and nays wcre
demanded, and decided in the negative, as
follows : Ycas 113, Nays 69. Two
tbirds not roting it, tbe Housc refuscd to
suspend the rules.
Thc House resolved itself into a Com
miitec of the Whole.
Thc PostOffice Bill was thentahen up,
and, after brief considcration, jhe Com
mittec rose and teported the bill to thc
House, with amendmenls, when the Ilouse
Washington, Tucsday, May 30.
Skxate. Yarinns memorials an pctitions
wero prcscnted, which wcro dnly received and re
fcrml. Mr. Atchison of Mo. introdiiccd ajoint rcsolu
tion in faTor ofclosing thc present session of Con
gress on thc first Monday in July, and of holding
an extra scssion, commencing tho firstMonday in
Octobcr, which lies over.
Mr. Atherton of N. II, Chairman of the Com
mittce on Finance, movcd to take up tho Appro
priation bill, which was agrced to.
mr- ., . ry , . ...
jir. iiciiison oucren an amcnuracnt with .i
ui, rcspccun me paymg ot Uol. lticharrt JI.
Johnson S10.000 forcxpcnses oftho Choctaw In
Mr.Athert6n spoke at some lcnirth in nnnosi-
tion to ths hill, and said that the proririoa re-'
fcrred to did not propcrly bclon j to it. j
Mr. Atchison spokc nt somc lcngth in favor of
its adoption. Thc discussion of the sulycct was
fartbercontinuedbvMr.Crittcnden, of Ivyilr.
Wcstcott, of Fla, Mr. Atchison, of Mo., and Mr.
Wclstcr, in tho affirmativc, and by Mr. Bagby,
of Ala. and Mr. Atherton in the negative, when on
motion the subjcrtwasinformally laid aside.
On motion of Mr. Badger, of N. C,tho Scnate
went iutoExecutive Session, and after somc timc
spcnttlierein thc doors worc opened.and the Scn
ate adjourned overtill "Wedncsday to morrow.
IIouse. After the transaction of some routine
busincss, the House took up and passed thc Post
Mr. Vinton, of Ohio, moved that the ITonso re
solve itself into a Committce of the Whole, on the
stato of the Union, which was agrced to, Mr.
ToombsofGa,in the Cbair, when tho Uouse
took up tho bill in favor or the West Pomt Milita
Mr. Ilhett of S. O, obtained the floor and wish
cd to discnss another question, whcn Mr. inton
objected, and tlie Chair sustained Mr. . V.'s posi
tion. Mr.Bhett appcaled from thc Chair, and
said thcro wcre instances whcre another had wan
dered from thc subjcct, and who had been sus
tained. Sevcral mcmbers spokc and discusscd thc
subjcct verv warml v. In this way two honrs wcre
consumcd by the llousc, in discnssing the ques
tion of order, whcn the appcal from tlie Chair was
sustained iu the afHrmativc by thc following voto
ycas 77, nays 72.
The Committcc then roso and reportcd the bill
to the House, with amcndmcnts, whcn it was read
a third time and passeu.
Thc speakcr then annoanccd thc next thing in
order to be rcports from the Committees, whcn
various bills wcre rcported, reau twice, and re
ferrcd to the Committco of the Whole.
Wedncsday, May 31.
Kksath. Was eneaeed on tho bill to cstab-
Iishaterritorialgovernmentin Orrgon. Mr.IIale,
of N. II. ofTercd anamcndmcnt extcnding thesla
vcrv.nrohibitin" onlinancc of 1787 ovcr Orccon,
After eomc cxritement thc sulject was postponed
without taking any votc.
In tho Housc nothing of intercst done.
Corrcspondcncc of The Tribuno.
Washington, May 29, 1848.
Somo pcople mav be so crcen as to supposo
that the rcsulution lntrouucca into tne liaitimore
Convention bv Mr. lancey of Ala. m rcgam to
the non-interfcrence of Gorernment in thc prop-
crty ovcr Slaves, whcther in States or Territorics,
was mteiideu to injure cass at tho south. It was
not so. lhe intention was the verv opposite. 11
was to help him at the Aorth. It was introdiiccd
with a pcrfcct nnderstandinE betwcen the Dcle-
gates from tho 1'ree and Slavs States. It receiv
ed justa suflicicnt numbcrof votcs to give plansi
bility to the affir to remore a f nspicion of thc
Thc anrument now to Ik: addrcsscd to thc
North is tliat the fanatics of the South rcfuso to
sunnort Cas on account of his attachmcnt to thc
priuciplo of Liberty, however much disposed hc
may be to tolerato Slavcry as an incvitablc polit
ical institution. Cass has plcdgcd himself against
thc Wilmot Proviso, and with snch n pledge the
Locos of thc South will bo generally satisficd.
South Carulina will not co for hiin. itis true; nor
would she, whatevcr professions hc might make.
one uoes not ocucve in ms smccniy. a 11c voicrs
in that Statc, bclicve his is mcre lip-fcalty, but
that hc bears his hcart unswora.
That such asl havc stated is, if not thc dusign,
will bc the ue made ofthe movcment, I havc thc
eonfession of somo Northem Dclcrate. From
the very first voto at thc Convention on the rora
ination,it was evident tho South had prepared to
nominate Cass. They were satisficd with his as
suranccs. Tho voto in his favor from tho South
was largcr than his Northcrn votc. Our friends
in the Frec States must take care not to gct cn
trappod by this 'wcak invcntion of thc cncmy."
Manyof thc old Hankers havo come ovcr sincc
the Convention to seo Gcn. Cass, and to reccire
"thc assuranccs of his most distincjuished consid
eration." They are in great spirits, not less at
his nomination than at the dcfeat of the Barnburn
crs. They hatc them morc than us; and with
Eroatcr reason becausethea reecircd moreqoodat
theit hands. . But for Silas Wright's sclf-immola-lion
New-York never conld have bcon carried for
Polk, and tbe Old Hunkcrs would have bcen
without omces. Jt is the nature oftho uaser por
tion of mankind to hato thc pcrsons at whose
hands they havo received bcncfits too great to be
Gcn. Cass resigned his scat in tho Scnatc on
Mondav, to put himself in bcttcr training for thc
race. He intends to writc no letters during tho
Correpnndcnce ofThe Trihune.
Washington, Monday, May 29.
You will probably hnve learned by Telc
graph belbro this that Ihc President intends
to scnd in a mcssagc on Tucsday rcccotn
mendirign farlher active prosecution of lhe
War wiih Mcxico. It is rcported ihat thc
Sccrelary of War has delcrmiiied to send ofT
the oRicers of the Army bnck to Mexico, who
are in physical condition for eflicient service.
The design ol lhe Adminislration, I under
stand tobcthis: To take posession of the
whole country by pjaring gnrrisone in lhe
prinnipal cilics and to raise from lhe inhabi
tauts suflicicnt money not only to pay for thc
whole military estnblishment, but lo lenve a
sinkingfund for tha grndual exlinction ofthc
debl hilhert) inr.orr.rd hy the ar. It is cs
timnlcd, I ain told, hy thc Sccrelary ofthc
Treasury. that 14)00,000 of dollar can be
raiscd from Mexico.hy duttes on imports and
exportp. by workingnr leanintrofsilvcrmines,
aidod, if nccd he. by dircct taxalion.
From the prcseni condition of Europe lhe
Administration I'erives cournre and confi-
dcnce locnrryoutitse.normoussrheiiii:. Eu
rope, it thinks, will be too much engagcd in
ils own intectinc commolionB lo atlcnd to
Mr. Polk hope lo concludo thc fibsnrp
tion of Mexico befnre his rctireuient. He
wishes to drive the gnd Tcrniinus to the Pa
cificOccnu. During the c.mvas.Gen.BuiIcr wil! govcrn
the Province of .Mexico wilh pro-consttlar
potvers. Wiih the conqucsts, thc Adniinis
tration is proudto iniitate the policy of the
Il issaid Gen. BuTi.rn, when asked ifhe
wniitd take ibc nnminatinn for Preidenl or
Vicc-Presidenl, rcplied in the nftirmative, on
condition he would not becompt-lled toreFign
lhe conimand of lhe army. Ilere alo his
friends govern thcinselvcs'by Roman rxam
ple: Julins Cmfar was elcrlcd CoiifuI white
al lhe- hcad oftho army in GjuI, nnd against
a fundameiital law ofthe Rcpublic ihat no onc
should be clccled Cnniul, white abFcnt from
GEN. WINF1ELD SCOTT.
,Wc received on Satur(ny morning a des
palchfrom Princeton.stalinglhat Gen. Scott
was a passenger in the cars to fhia city.
We placed tlie announccmentonour bulleiin
board, and the news soon spread through tho
btuiness parl ofthe city. By lhe lime the
line was expected to arrive, lhe wharf at
Walnut slrect, was densely crov ded. bul tho
steamboat dropped dnwn to the foot of Dock
strcet, ajong side the Baltimore boat, and de
positcd ils dis'.inguishcd passenger.
Those who had acsembled, however, were
determined not to lose the opportuniiy of de
monstrating ihcir rcspect and the tboufands
soon found llicir way to lhe olber wharf, nnd
witli loud and prolonged cheers called for
lhe General. He ehortly nudc his appcar
ance on deck and briefly reiurncd his ihanks
for thc unexpected wclcbmc of which hc was
the recipient. All who could crowd up or
cndureihe pressure, slruzgIcd.to grasp lhe
hand ofthc noblc veteran. General Cad
walader was present to Dav his resnects to lhe
old Commandcr, and tha mecting between
lhe two was cordial and alTeciing. They
rushedto each othcr'i ctnbrace wilh a feeU
ing that can only hc appreciated by those
who have stosd togethcr undcr tbe " iron
Thc whole of this Impronvplu demonstra-.
tion was r.roditablc to thc good feeling and
palriotism of our cilizcus, and must 'havo
been graltful in the cxlreme to Gen. Scott.
Had it been known a day ortwobeforehnnd,
that the Conqucror of Mexico was to pass
through" onr city, his noming would have
been the occasion of pcrhaps as large and
enthatiastic a reccption asour city cver wit
nessed. Gcn. Scott has learned one thing
during lhe brief week he has been at home:
his private enemies may be in lhe cabinct at
Washington, bul are not to be found among
the people the people, who know how tore
spect, cheris'n, and reward the failhful servi
ces nnd honorable scars of surh a soldier as
Winfield Scott. Philadelphia North A-merichn.
Tuesday, June 6, 1848.
Tho Whigs of Addison County will meet in
Convention at Middlebury, on Wddncsday,
tho 14th inst.,at 10 o'clock A. AI., to nominate
candidatcs for Scnators, to bo supported by
the frccmcn of this county at the next election.
It is hoped tbat the Whigs of " OLD AD
DISON" will bcar in mind that this will be
a highly appropriate time to make their re
sponse to tho nominations ofthe WhigNation
al Convention, and prepare thcmsclvc: for the
approacbing Prcsidential campaign.
June 3d, 1848.
Geo. W. Gb.axdet,
ALrnED P. Roscoe,
Joihf B. IIuxtley, - Counf v
.Tohn- Pkout, I Committco.
Joxas N. SitiTn,
Benj. L. Ksiciit,
Wm. Carlisle, Jn,
It would be really amusing, wero it not cvi-
dently so painful to our Dcmocratic friends,
to see in what manncr tho nomination of Lew
is Cass is received nmong his partizans at tbe
North, and especially among that portionoftbc
party who havc claimcd to be advocatci ofthe
Wilmot Proviso. Thc Montpelier Patriot dis-
poses of Gen. Cass in tcn lincs (in imitation of
that honorable gcntlcman's Icttcr to thc Chi-
cago Convention, pcrhaps) ; and ovinccs eve
ry indication of having swallowcd a Tery bit-
tcr pill. lhe Major runs up tbe Baltimore
tickct, however, and mnkes a dcspcrate efTort
at a smtle. IIo thinks the nomination "will
prove pcculiarly gratifying totho lovers ofthc
country. It is a dsservcd tribule from Amcr-
ican fecling (!) for the man who from hi ear-
licst public life, and for thelast few ycars espec
ially (! !) has bccn its most powcrful advocato
and most perfect embodimcnt" Gcn. Cass
the embodiment of "American fecling"! A
man who-in "his carlicst public life" irasatono
timo a Federalist, at another a Dcmocrat,
now ad vocaling just and cquitablc mnasurcs to
wards the Indians, and now joining beartily in
tbe policy of Gcn. Jackson in dircct opposition
to his previous vicws now full of zeal for tho
principle embodicd in the Wilmot Proviso, and
now cqumllr zcalouj against it : such a man
may bc, wilh somepropriety pcrhaps, tcrmcd a
dcspicablo "embodimcnt" of Locofocoism nnr
other embodiment, he ccrtainly cannot bc.
"Tlie last few years ssrECIAl.i.Y 1" that is
very significant. What will thc honest and
braTC-hearted yeomanrj- ofYcrmont havo to
do with a man who is not, all the time, a straight
forward, opcn,consistcnt, stable champion of
what bo holds to be right and just? Thc Loco
focos nominato a mnn whose past coursc pro-
scnis as many dillerent phascs as the moon
and ono who, undcr his last aspoct, is a sworn
champion of principles most bostile to the
North and most ruinous to tho bcst interests
Lewis Cass will nndoubtcdly gct many votes
from Yermont but wo belicvc tbcre are some
Dcmocratswho will votc for nnybody soonor
than him. It is time for such as bave a sin
cere rcgard for tho great principles ofFrcc
dom to look around them, and ' seo whitbcr
Southcrn Locofocoism is lcading. Cass'a nom
ination tumed solcly on bis mean and shamc
ful subserviency to Southcrn intercsts and his
basc trcachcrj- to tbc principles of Freedom
of which hc was once a prctcndcd champion.
All tho votes this candidate will get in the
Statc of New York may bo crushcdin a man's
Tho Barnburners number eight-tcnths, itis
said, ofthe Dcmocracy of New York and
tbcy will not east a single votc for Cass. Tbcy
bave callcd a Convention for thc 22d of June,
to nominato a candidate for the Presid cncy,
and we think thcir moTomcnt will not bo un-
sccondcd in somc other Northem States.
Hcrcaflcr, wc shall cndcavor togivoour rcad-
crs somo account ofthc public carccr of Lewis
Cass. Our opponcnts have got out an cdition
of his life alreadj but, unlcss we mistako,
tbcre is an unaccountablo silcncc on somc par
ticulars of his life which aro among the most
promincnt in his carcer, and which ought by
no mcans to bc ncglectcd. Will not our Dcm
ocratic readcrs follow us in a sobcr and can
did review of somo of these points, cntirely
orcrlooked by thcir own press ? Wc intcnd
to give them an opportunity of doing so, noxt
C3TA Catalogue ofthc Mcdical Depart-
mcnt ofthc Univcrsityof New York, contain
ing the Annual Announcemcnt of Lecturos
has been received. Thc whole number in attend
ance during the last scssionis 422. Dr.Yalentinc
Mott is at thc hcad of the Faculty. Gcntlcmen
desiring inforraation with rcgard to thc School,
will address Prof. Drapcr, (Sccrelary of iho
Faculty,) 3G4 Fourth Street, New York City.
" A Subscriber," in Orwell, rcqucsls us to
speak a loud word for Clay and Scott, j
candidatcs for Presidcnt and Vice Presidcnt.
A most admirablo nomination, certainly,
but as thc National Convention asscmblcs to-
morrow, to iook atter tnis roattcr, we bave
concluded to wait a little boping that all
good Whig papers will run up thoso names,
next wcck. At lhe samc timc, wc must be
prepared to sustain any othor souml 7iiys(
should others be nominated, with tie samc
rcadiness and zeal as our cspccial favorites.
A subscriber calls our atlcntion to the
following, which will be intcrcsting to all who
aro conccrncd in wool-growing. The impor
tancc of tho. subjcct will doubtless be appreci
ated by those especially who design to make
their salcs through tho Wool Depot.
From the Vermont Agricultvralist for ilarc
" If a farmer wishcs to improve tho quality
of his wool, let him, whcn he shears, nuxaber
his bucks and ewcs, weigh each fleece separ
ately, and attach the number of each sheep to
its fleece (I uscd small bits of pasteboard) also
put each cwc's number on ber lamb. Wbeu
his lleeces are stapled and assortcd, bis num
bcrs will sbow what is tho quality of eaehi
fleece ; and during tho scason he can readily
sco what ewcs raiso lambs of good sizo and
Good News. The new Postage Bill has
passed tho Ilouse of Rcprcsentatives.
Tiie Tkeatt. All sorts of rumors are a-
float rcspecting the Mcxican Treaty. It is
said to havc been ratifiod, at one time, and tbe
next mail brings news that it is rcjected
Col. So-and-so basno doubt ofits ratification
Gcn. Somebody-clsc givcs tho itrongest as
suranccs that it cannot rcceive the ranction of
tho Mcxican Government. Tho Stcamer
'tt'hat-not arrivcs at New Orleans, bringing
thrce days later news from Yera Cruz, stating
that tbe Treaty is ratified by tbc Coagrcss at
Queretaro, and only wails to be signcd by tho
Represcntatives of tho two Rcpublics : a pas
senger in tho Something-clse, two days later
from the City of Mexico, says tho Congress is
broken up, and tho Mcxican s aro arming
tbrougbout tlio country. On the wholo it may
be considcred somcwhat doubtful whcther, un
der cxisting circumstanccs, much reliancc is
to be put upon thcsc rumors. Indecd, wo in
cline to think that it is hard to tcll just what
the present stato of aflairs in Mexico may bc
'Mr. Btlus." We read in a Philadelphia nows-
papcr, which reports the doings of the Baltimore
"Mr. Bylus, of Yermont, movcd to procced to
ballot for a candidate for Yico Presidcnt, which
Mr. Bylus, wo belicve, repreicnti tho Dcmocra
cy of Tcrglumes District.
A Cass Max. After the nomination of Gcnc
ral, Cass, the difTerent States werc called upon
through their delegatcs, to give in thcir adhcsion,
whcn a Mr. Grifiin, who spokc for Kcntucky,
Kentcckt. Mr.Griffin Thcpowcrof Henry
Clay is broken. I wiih that God may eternally
damn mc if his power is not brokcn up. (Uoars
of laugbtar, hisscs, cliccn, "order!")
Tiie Glokious FocKTir.-We lcarn that our
friends in Starksboro, (ofall parties,) arc making
preparations to cclcbrato the Fourth of July, with
thccustomarrcercmonics. Jui.ius r. Atwood,
Esq., is to deliver tho oration on that occasion
(Sj" Our thanks nre due to lhe Hon. John
A. Itockwell, for n copy of his Rcporl on
Claims, nnd to Scnator Uphnm, nnd tho ilon.
G. P. Mnrsb, fbr rfpeatnl fnvors.
CO" Our fn'cnda will obscrvo lhe call for a
County Convention, iu another column, lo
he Iield in thii plaro on thc Mlh inst. one
week from to-morrow. Let thcre be a full
attendancc, by all mranr, and Ict us be rendy
lo give the Philadelj bianomiualions ahenrty
rcsponsc. We want a thorough organtzation,
such as will bring out tho whole Whig
Slrength of this County. Aaidc from this.
the ordinaiy business ofthe Convention alonc
ought lo commnnd a largo gathcring.
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
KEPOKTED 1'OK THE GALAXY.
New York, Juuo 5, 3 o'clock P. M.
Tho Treaty was ratified on the 17th ult. bv
a voto of 51 lo 35. Tho other branch will
no doubt approvo by a largo majority.
A despatch from Potcrsburg (Ya.), Fays thc
Now Orleans 1'elt.tcontainsPcacencws. Or
der had bccn issuod calling in thc outposts of
thc Army. x liey wcre expected to march ior
the coast, on the 15th of June. Gen. l'crsi
ferF. Smith had beonoppointed Superintend
cnt of cmbarkation at Yera Cruz. Gen.
Worth's division is said to havo bccn ordcred
The Steamboat Andrcw Bonnev. Cant.M.il-
ler, cxploded on the Tombigby rivor.
Thc Steamer Clarksvillu was burncd, on
thc Mjssissippi, on tho 27th ult. Thc captain,
and cight or ten ofthe crcw, and thirty dctk
passcngers pcrishcd. Tho cabin passcngcrs
Maj. Sinccr, at St. Louis, brinjrs later ac-
counts from Santa Fe. Col. Newby, had fit
tcd out an cxpedition against thc Indians, but
on his way ho was a'tackcd by thc Camanch
cs. and robbed of every thing. Gcn. Prico
had received an order to cvacuatu Chibuahua,
which, howevcr,had nof"Lccn donc.whcn Alaj.
oinser left banta re.
Later accounts from thn Frcnch West In-
dies, Guadaloupc and Martimnue reprcscnt
things as in a dcplorable rtate. 1'he greatcst
vigilance was neccsfarj' to prcvent intnrrec-
tion among the slaves. Wo bclicvo they arcj
to bc spcedily cniancipatcd.
New York, Monday creningG 1-2 o'clock.
An arrival at St. Louis, from theUp-
per Missouri, brings a report that the U. j
S. train, which left Fort Leavenworlh, (
this spnng, was attackcd by Indians, at
Walnut Crcek, and in the altack 20 per-
sons werc killed. Thc names of Sisson i
and two Leroys arc mentioncd among thc
number. The report is not generally
crediled in St. Louis.
A letter from La Passc, April 10th, says,
Capl. Stecle, ofthe California Regiment
made a desccnt on San Antnnio, the 17th
of February, with 330 rnounted men.
Left Camp on the evening of the 16th,
and ai 8 o'clock the following morning
commenced his charge on the quarters of
the enemy. Two officers and a private
were taken prisoners. ' Midshipman Dun
can and Walley FSerseant. Scollan. a'
oanor, ann iwo niannes, wcre rescuea .
from the enemy, by whom they had been
Upper Colifornia is very unhealthy.
& Tlie Grand Jury for the "county of SL Lou
is, Missouri, has prosccutcd tho Govcmor ofthe
Stite, for thc rcckless nlanncr in which hc has
seen fitto cxcrcise tlie 'pardoninsr power
Cass's Cabinet. As soon as a Presidential
candidate is nominated, itis nsnal to speenlatcnp
o n the probable charactcrof tbe Cabinet. In case
Mr. Cass should be clcctcd, there arc rcasons fcr
bellevfng that thc following pcrsons will be among
those whose claims will bcrcgardcdnith pcculiar
Stcretaij of Stats Louis Philrppc.
u Treasury Edwin Croswell.
" " Aoty J. F. Cooper.
u War Gidcon J. Pillow.
Postnaster-Gtneral Gen. Commandcr, S. C.
Attor&y-Genmtl Caleb Cusliinir.
And should such an office as I'nblic Exccutioa
r bo created, we scesest the name of Scnator
l Footc ot Mississippi, asthe propcr pcrsou to fiU
it : iiocn. uemocrai.
Fatai. Accidest. Six students of the
Conference Scminary, three young gentlcmcn
and tbrce young ladics, werc t.ikini a boat
ridc on the rivcr at Sanbornton Bridge last
Weducsday, when approacbing too near the
dam, tho boat was carncd over and upsct, and
they wcre all precipitatcd into the water.
Ono young man named Wilkins, of SanVorn
ton, was drowncd; thc others wcro rescued.
Connecticut. The Scnato on Wcdnos
day concurrcd in the sclcction of Ilon. Iloger
S. Baldwin and Ilon. Truman Smith as U. S.
Senators the fbrnier for thc balancc of Mr.
Iluntinglon's term, and the latlcr for a full
term of six ycars from the close of Mr. Niles's
term. TWitHie, June lst.
635 The Washington corrcspondent of tho
Baltimore Sun, under date of the 30th ult.
writcs as follows :
Thcre is news in town, tbis timc from a ro
liablc sourcc, tbat tho Congress assembled at
Queretaro will ratify tbe treaty. All the ru
mors and talk about marcbes and counter
marchos, ordciing Generals T.nlor and Scott
back to Mexico. kc. ar sheer abrications.
Thc Government has received dispatcbes, and
their purport is ihat tho treaty will be ratified,
and that wo shall havc tho newsofit in
less tban a week. Put that among tho rcst of
Cien. bcott,the war-worn horo ot era t.ruz,
Ccrro Gordo, Chapultcpec, Molino del Rey,
Churubusco, &c. arnvcd herc yesterdav.
and attendcd Rev. Mr. rricejj church. Tho
learned divine included him in his prayers, in
which no doubt, thc concregation jomed with
a grateful heart. Gcn. Scott left this n-.orn-
in ior X-redcnck, to atlenu tbe Lourt of Jn
quiry. Ax Omkx ! Amos Krndall made himself very
bnsy in croaking over Whig arridrnts dnrinj th
canvass of 1840; and we see that Yanccy oxprris
d thehopc that thc alarm produrcd bv'thc rrocl
ing of a bench, dariti? tlie sittinga of tlie O'nven
tion tbc othor day, would not prove. as a similnr
accidcnt in thc Whif Convention did iu lU
tho prccuvor of tho dcfeat ofthe noniinc of tke
Convention. But we think it will. Cass stand
but a slim chancc. Hewilltind it about as uin
convcnient"' to lo at thc White Houiuou tlie 4th
of March next, as it was to be at the Chii-ajo
Bivcrand Harbor Convention a vcaraso! Atla-
(ST The Washington corrcsjwndent of tLo
New York Comniercial Adverlier, rnlatrs tlitf
following in connection with thc chargo upoa
Gen. Cass, of bcing a war man :
"A man bad come on hcrc as Demoeratic
dclegate, and he akcd some qucstions ai to
- Juuiiv aii.tt j. ,tit, eaiu ttv, t .ttt utt m.
) cr about Yucatan ? A Scnalor, to whom tha
mc question was put, rcmarscit tliat it wai
undcrstood to bc a war of cnstes. Well, re
joined the dclrgatr, I thouglit as much ; for
ihatoM Cass haj bccn clamoring for war tbt-se
Thc Sentinel says wc aro erdcntly "grati
fied' by the "spirit of dit organization oporating
in a portion ofthc Domocratic party." Right,
for once ! "Whcn rogucs fall out," 4c. Tlro
Senlinel rcmcmbcrs thc rcst of tho quotation.
Wc are pratificd to Gnd that thero are locofo
cos, or "dcniocrats," in thc Frec States of this
Union, who reject antl despise, aad who will
manfully and ctTuclually opnoie, Letris Cass.
Tlie "disorganization" which thc Sentintl
speaks of, anscs from thcattcmpt to thrust up
on thc country fo Preeident, a man who has
pledged himself, bcfore hand, to veto all acts
of Oongrcsscxcfuilingfnrfryfrom our Nation
al Tcrntorics : and who is committcd aaainst
"a gcncral svstem of Intcrnal ImprovcmcntiiJ"
l .1 l" . . - . i ri . ' . . .
i me rusuiuiiuns ut mc LonventiOQ toai nom
inated him. Tho Sentinel advocatcs tho elec
tion of this same Levcis Cass, aud will deny
what we say if it can. Walk up to thc mirk,
Mr. Sentinel, and givo us Mr. Cass's Nashvillo
aml Chirago letters botbofthem having been
dids for thc Prcsidcnev. Wc Tojoicc at your
disscnsions, do wo? tho countrv has rcsion
to thank God for them! Daily Free l'rcss.
Maixe SF-XATor.. Hon. Ilannibal Ilam-
lin has been clectod for Senator in Congresi
from Maine, in place of Ilon. W. B. S. Moor,
who sincc the death of Gov. Fairfield, fillcd
the placo by appointment from the- Govcrn
or. Tiie Coiiokek Ciikateo At Rochester,
on Thursday, a man was takcn from tho canal,
who was thought to bo drowned. Coroner
Stonc was sont for, who procetdcd lo call a
jury and asccrtain tho facts in tho caso. But
bcfore tho inqucst was fairly commeaccd tha
person supposed to be decc'ascd arose upon his
feet and walkcd away. A grave question a
rises in this case whcther the coroner is enti
tled to his fcc.
IICDaojt River R. R. It is tho intention
of tho dircctors of this company that tho road
shall be opcncd to Poughkeepsie by ono yoar
from this timc.
Gen. Taylor Cosiixo Nouth. Tho
Washington corrcspondent ofthe Philadelphia
Lcdger writcs as follows :
" As an articlo of news, I will mention to
vou tbat in a day or two we cxpcct to see Gen.
f, rf nc ,n, V L"B,"?,0D' "ea .u,c'" 1
Court of Innuirv as a wiinn.. A. 1 1,. ih!
in scveral of my letters, graver chargrs are to
to preforred against Gcncral Scott than lot-
.l"""""E'?"a ,ne country may yet bo tnrown
into a fcvcrish statc of excitemcnt on the sub
TnE Wat They' do It. Virginia had
tixty delegatcs in tlie Locofoco National Con
vention. when enliiled lo only seventcen.
They nlways voted cxcept when the vote
was by States. This is a prolty fair illus
tration oflocofocodemocracy,but wrsupposo
it is none ofour business ifthe pariy at lhe
North are conlentto be "taken in,' in ihis
manncr. Tho Virginians understand pretiy
well lhe temper of Iheir northern "doogk
faced" allies. Tbey call them "putty" and
work Ihcm into any shapctheyplease.--Caf-edonian.
A pcfrified Indian chihl has been found in
Gucrnscy, Ohio. Around lhe neck was a
row ofIndian beaJg
Accounts from Campeachy to tho 2d in
stant reprcsent that ihere wsra twenty-eigl'1
vesscls, ofall nations, on tha coast of Yuca
tan, tnking off the white inhabitanls, who
had ficd to the coast seeking for safety
These vcsscls were carrvins the unhapF
, ftigitives to Campeachy.'