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3iHiiana State Sentinel.
KT.MaL .l'ilLrr I TUT PKIC oV l.tBFRTY. K'l INV ltl B1.Y IN Al)VNCK: Our 'B'ftuis. The f ini! will i..-r'ifier be t ye f mandril terms cT the Y ft. 1 In li inu St it Sentinel : (5-P;v no ,.t to be rmde always in advance. Ojh- r-:v. o.e yta-. ; 00 TV- -lis. !) V ': T. .jnrinir tie es.-ion, 5 ll t 5o &iiii-Wc'ctily. j (Published three times a week during the fusion.) One copy, St 09 J Thicc epics, gUMd); One copy during the session, lA i) ' s Tho E. islatut e. The Genera! Assembly ycsterd-iy went into Gm vent ion for the election of Auditor and Treurer i f i State. The re-ua was hat on the first ballot for! each. Dr. E. W. II. Ellis, editor of the Goshen i Democrat was elected Auditor, and Col. Jaiue-j P. Dhake. of Indianapolis, was elected Treasurer. The ieult was tix":j!y creditable, evincing as, il did, the Kpi r it of unim, nnd harmony which is always eMMitr.l to the epetdv and successful transaction of business. Dr. Ellis will co:t.e arm n t: a comparative stran ger ; but it'is personal merits will sou, win him picn 1 of friends. As a Siate officer, In; will do credit to his party by serving the people with faithfulness and prompt r - Col. Drake will make a popular Treasurer, as eve ry body knows. There were several candidates he- tore the democratic caucus for the above office, and ; there was several Lallotings before a preference wa expressed for Treasurer. The choice having been j fixed njM.n, nt last, w are happy to record the f.iet i;.ii liiffi" wlin wire th feated bore their disappoint ment with tiiat r od errue which becomes giM.d dern ocra, s anil Ie 001 n tile men. They will a; least re ceive the Hired of common approbation. Couiitii!ioii;tl on vent ion. The Sentinel do-s not seem to like it because we famr reveral nmeudun'ii to the Constitution, and. tecauv.' we did not see proper to say so previous to the bit' election, it ouotes Senntiire at us. as clit;Iv. and as appropriately, as cuIJ be expected fn :o stu b a i fi'tus Doctors id' Lhvinity as thjse that preside over : that paper. j Tl. .. i . t ii... xne iittiMur me eierioM OI inernners.propo-.iuuy, us, 13 objected to, because it will riot atT.rd the pen-; pie an opportunity of examining all the questions proposed I We have a d.tT' rent, and far more favor able, opinion of tl.e ability of the peopie to decide upon Buch questions. Suppose the election to beheld on the first Monday in April, they w ill have more than two months to determine for whom they hall vote. Is not that enough I What, then, is to pre vent them meeting in June, or even in -May. as pro posed by Mr. Miekle, in hid bill, now before tjie House ! We ran not see any ejood reason against it. It is not probable that tiie convention will sit longer than two months, nnd after the Constitution "is form ed, what is to prevent its approval or rejection by a vote of the people, in October 1 Three months is certatnlv Iomt eirejo-h to examine its provisions. V by the necessity of longer delay. We are anxious that all the advantage to be derived j frc?n I he amendments proposed be enjoyed by the -to- j pie as soon as poible, ar:d .hence the suggestions in Monday's piper. Suite Journal, Dtr. 7. j fjOWe regret that our scriptural quota ions should j be itFeriMYe to our neighbor: bemj so, we refrain from further q-inutions, which we might otherwise consider r.ppSiranle. The dijf-rrnce between us appears to be simply thi.s. He wishes ti.e people to consider the propriety of proposed anenlm nts, after tie action of ti e Con vention, whereas ice wi-!i the people to net in ml- j id'ire of the Conventi n, upon all important points. If the peop! act m advance of the Convention, that body will be the exponent of public opinion, and there will be no dilficulty in agreeing to a Constitu tion. But if th.-.s course be not fjilowi d, the result may be the rejection of the entire Constitution, mere ly to get rid of a single obnoxious feature. If our neighbor will ffecl a little, we think he will be satisfied of the propriety of our position. Consecration. It was announced on Sunday last, by the Rev. Dr. Camp, that the Ilev. Dr. Upiold. of Pittsburgh., Pa., Ih.-hop elect of the Protestant Epis copal Church in the D.occse of Indiam, is to be con secrated in Christ Ciiun h, Indianapolis, on Sunday, 10th December, b.-in,j the third Sunday in Advent. Tiie Bishop of Kentucky, Ohio ami Missouri, and other distinguished clergymen, are expected to lake part in the services of the occasion. The Central Plank Road Company will ask tho Legis'ature fur rme: amendments lo their charter. They wish lo make only one track of plunk, and not fo'feit their charter in case of incomph tion in a cer tain time. These omendmeiits rue reasonable and ought to be granted. We statrd sorntiime 8ince that iix miles of this road had been completed and a toll-gate had been put Up. We understand that only two mih rinre planked, the balance is the old McAdam mad which Uncle Sum made eijrht or ten year- ago. How fur it inny be right for this cmipmy to unk and take toll for passing over the McAdam road, we are u t prepared tuay. Well in .ugh on r-ne side, certainly. H'.i bash Kxprti. (K-The Company arc bound to keep the McAdam part of the road, and the important bridges over White River and the Big and Little Fugle crveki in repair, one of w hich was impassable when the com pany took the road. Thin is the rea.son why thechnr tcr allowed the tolls enoken of. Most ,f ih money pent this Meartoii has been used upon the .McAdam. ited juirt of the road including the bridges. Alabama. The legislature of Alabama ha finally MUiceedetl in electing United States Senators. The choice of a majority fell upon William R. King, (re elects, d,) and Jeremiah Clemens. Tho Washington Republic says: Mr. Clemens is a Taylor Democrat, and was elected by thirteen votes over Mr. Fitpit. rick, the regular Democratic nominee." Loo Ob'T ! On Monday evening, it being very dark, one of our citizens fell into one rf those cellar door trap holes, or, the cortwr of Pennsylvania vreet, but very luckily escaped without ncrious in jury. What induce the C mnrii . mfler mich places a that ; the break-neck dead-fall, nearly opponite the More 'f the Preniden! i t thnt body, nnd several other nuiaucen, which might he named ? We know it is annoying to be n minded of eu' J, matters throuol, the presi ; but the public are compl iining long and loud. Iok to it, gentlemen, before nome unfurl it nate neck i troken. 1 S. Th- trap-hole n:i fhe corner is 'ihut out !' r-Am Weimer. i.rn'h.T i.f tn I.f. nn icr nt ,t. uoiiis. was recenuy Kineo, nvjatms S. Thoiai, broker. The muse of Ihe quarrel wsm! lint M.me nvrnths ago Thomas failed to recover J .. ....... "I I I .1 . .T- I large rcmittnnce ny rnaii, nnu tri.irg-n ,ne por.nince with fraud. In the fight, Weimer slot nine limes at Thomas, and then beat him over the head with a colt. But Thomas smrrerib d in killing his assailant, and will recover from his own wounds. COTIi? La fay elto Journal says that Capt. Jcs-c Beard, of that place, it dressing a large block rf native marble, which he intends to contribute voluntarily to the National Monument, now being erected at Wash - irtftou to the tremory vf the Father ef his country. Cougirtsioir.tl. Washington, Doc. 5th. Skvait. f)0 Senators in their seats. After the rrw.s it-fiiMi of vmi,(. im i in i rt nt business, the Senate ndionrind. House. Ti e ballotine- for Sprnker was resumed. First hH..iC -b! !W. Winthron 97. ScrHtcri: J7. S'Tr.rd ballo? Chi) 07, Winthrop D7, Scnr.-rin i9. Third bill, t Cm!, 1)3, Winthrop 9, ScHttorino .J. There hpii'2" no rhir on Ihe thud halbt, .Mr. Johnson of 'j -üries e, offer, d a ro.-olutioi, ih.it m the next tr jiny individual receiving- : plurality of vote be oheted. .Mr. Hohne niovd to lay the trotion on the table. .Mr. Johnson replied, tie was aware that the lone established custom was to vote lira tr.vr, but business was neglected bv reobmo-jijo- the ron'est. und a Sneaker elected b-v a 'd.iralifv would answer nil imr- j p ses, ns if rbrred bv a majority, j Al r. Holmes eppoed the resolution. The Consti- j tution was fnrmed and ratiticd by a mij iri'y. Ilis- ; tery teaches the danger of b:in,x controlled by the : minritv. Mr Ashman was against the proposition, but if it was adopted, he hoped the vote would be by ballot. Mr. Venable opposed hott proposit'uuis. The res olution would violate one of the first priuc iphs of the C nti:ntion, which provides the House slnil choose their Speaker and orticcrs nnd how enn tliis be done but by a nifijority ? 0:!erwi-f five or three men may do it. If half a dozen individuals choose i ,j to stop the wheels of jvernnent, let the responsi bility rest where it belongs. After farther di-cus5!"!!, the motion to lay on the tah'e was carried, yeas 119. nays 7. Tiie Ilou-e then proceeded t' vote tr i r ee. On tiie C luriSi ballot, Cobb received ti9, Winthrp 99, Centering, 5. Adjourned wiihout electing a Seker. Sw'oKDs'n Pocket Almanack, and Church Rt GIsjer, HÖ0 Vor.. XXXV. This is a very neat, conicnient and useful little manual: and contains lists of tt.e Bishops" and clergy in each diocese, an alphabetical list of the same, together with other sta tistical information of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S. for the year of ur Lord Pub.'i-lied by Messrs. Stanford &. Sworda, No. 137 Broadway New York. From this little work we extract a few details which will be interesting doubtbssto 8 'ine of our renders. Organized Dioceses SO, Bishops IV), Bishops elect 2. Total number ti clergymen in the U. S. lfilte in foreio;ji Iissionirv stations in Western Africa, China, Greece, and Constantinople, 9. From the ac- count of tl.e succession of American Bishops, we find jbere have been, atul now are 49 with thetwo Bishops Rev. William M. Green. R I), of North Carolina, f r the Ihoccse of Mississippi and ' the Rev. George Uph-Id D. D. of inny I vania tor Jo- diani, 51. Nearly 100 clergymen are employed ns Domestic Missionaries. The following is the list of clergymen in the Dio- cce of Indiana, viz: The Right Rev. Jackson Kemp er, P. D. Bp. in charge of the Diocese. Rev. George Upfold, D. D. Bp., elect or the pdocese, F. C. Brown Michigan city, N.W. Camp, I). I)., Indianapolis, R. M. Chapman (of Ky.) officiating at .letTersonville. R. B- Claxton, D. D., Madison. R. B. Crocs, Tnrre Haute, John H. Drummond ; George Fiske, Richmond; C. A. Fos'er, Evansville; B. Halstead, Mishawaka; Joshua L. Harri-on. residing at Indianapolis; Joseph S. Large, F"rt Wayne; Edward Ma";ee. Delphi; S. W. Manny, Jiporto; (i. G. ?.Ioore, (of Ky..) otTieia ting at Lawrenceburjh; Josiah Pl:f !ps, Eoansport nnd Peru; II. P. Powers, residing at Lower Sandusky, Ohio; F. L. Roberts, Vincennep; Ashlicl Steele, resid ing at Washington I). C, William Vaux, itinerant in V.-.i.derburgh county; Homer Wheeler, Bristol; An drew Wyhe, D. D., President of the University of Indiana Blnnmington; J1. v The Centkal B oksh,ke. Mer. Davis &l Ray's ftore now presents an afipearance which would do credit to a much larger city than our own. The recent large additions of aiock makes their store more inviting to purchasers than at any former period, fam us as Davis has always ben for his tusie and good judgment in the stleetion of Books. The stock is choice and elegant, the assortment full and complete; for stationery and fancy articles, no thing seems to be wanting. The taste displayed in the interior arrangement of the establishment will a'rike every one at a glance. Improvement in this respect wo dd be difficult. They have a lot of the mrst brilliant Amiui!s ver brought to this city. If any person has it in their heart to make o Christmas or New Vear't present to wife, 6ister, lover or friend, let lhe:n look at them. Bibles too, of the modt beau tiful workmanship, both as to printing and binding, arc among the many handsome things to be found there. Indeed thce bibles seem in their outward hue to have caught in some faint measure the reflec tion of the brilliant jewels contained within. What could be more appropriate for a gift I But we can not particularize. Messrs. Davis tt Ray are known to deal u; on liberal principles, and arc determined to be behind none in the trade. Give thein a call. The "BiiE-HiVK," is a fivorite soubriquet univer sally bestowed on the establishment of Mr. Chahu. Maykk, and justly too, in ihe opinion of all, Fr.nn gravfl to giy, from lively to severe !" And well is Ihe Hive known ! Tor what is there that cannot be there obtained I Always on hand, hi cuetoinets have never to w.iit, n r do they receive any but gentlemanly treatment. But this, nil know. We refer to his odverti-eui'.'nts ns exhtbitin" a i.i rt of his new stock, and he hat abundance to supply all who come. Call nnd mm, him, and if his front shop does not contain what you desire, just walk through to the next street or alley soulh, to which Iiis estab- lihment extends, and we think you will be satisfied. P. S. Charley has a very large assortment of fancy artieb's purchased expressly for the Members of the Legislature, which they Ind better procure early ami avoid disappointment : nnd for their bene fit, it is silrongly suspected he will gravel the side walk in front of his property wera of Weaver tV Williams!! The Edinburgh Review says the cabbage contains more mn-cle-sustaining nutriment than any other vegetable whatever. Boiled cabbage and corn"d beef make tifiy-two us goMl dinners in twelve months nn a mnn can i at. Cot'MF.biKiT SiArr. Rank nt Ohio. A .'Stirrer feit jsilH bill on the State Bank of Ohio, was some weeks ago noticed as having been presented at a store and delicti ,1 in St. Iuis. A counterfeit of (he same lU-noiiiie.iit ion has made its appearance here, nnd it is probably struck from the s,me plate. It is the letter A., will, the head of Harrison on the left end, und ft figure f Minerva ou the right. Centre vig nette birge" Indian fig u reu o:, i? right, whites on its b ft. Lieking county Branch; (J. Swim, President; A. J. Smith. Cashier. The engraving nnd printing are both had, and tint filling tip is uorM The note sub mitted to u was oirered to a confectioner, who retain- I . . . I.S eu n, u,n pe. ,,......,.,...-.....-. lli,TiMnnv. N,.. ''Ith. I he Norf. k Iferahl mi . babes an rc.uut of u mutiny which occurre.) Ut Sunday n,hl " '"nri1 l,'e 11 W; i7n. Iyii, ! CS.w r.ort. I ne tr. utile eriginaleti lis some or in crow necon,. tug rebellious, and th contagion sj. reading. The ollirers attempted to C"in nnd order, but fdhtd to do so. Groans and huxas then followed, accompinied by bol.iying pins being thrown at ihe officer, one of which airuck ihe 1st Lieut. Tho crew were called to quarters, but disobeyed the or der. when b nt were sent to the nhip Pernmy Ivania for a listener, and the mutiny quelled. The mutineers were confined in irons. OrThc Obi i Senate is in confusion, ns well as ; Congress. The principal difficulty in Obit), in Ibe ' conflicting cbims of Ihtr.ilton county. 3nbiana Ccgislaturc. si:smox lH19-0. 5ENATK. Tucnsiur, Decemler G. The Senate met. The Pte-idcnt hi.1 bef re the S-:.ata the iepit of the scveial bianctic - f t tit- Sole It o k ; I ö l on this tat-lc. bills InlmJu.-t Hy Mr .Miiükia. a bill in ie!a ioi u the dntiei i f Au ii'or, ai tl ..f trie -uei vioi s of hitiw-iya, of Deaibwin county ; reA.J n st time. Hv Mr Iluhbaid. i bill to arneml the clmtei of the Uuh I'lUe an! Stieltjy i.le rn'ooid cimpany ; lead twice and femd to a SfW-rt co ntnittee. Mi Coinett, ficm a select committee, tu whom was refer red ihe fit-1 i ion of L ina Wükiom, iep itid a bill f-r the lelief of Lui a Wilkhmi; lead fns lime By Mr Harvey, a bill in it-Uti .u ii making inventoi ic of rxfiuUiip ami ..!. in i-tt a l oi s - ie1 rl rs i lime. Bv Mr Hvais. u t ill n rx'ind ibe tin.e uf t!ie circuit ouit n Ifen. y c unity ; u-.l font tune. . '", ? e.rct cou.mit.ee. reported bifK a mi in iclatio!) to certain was'e lundi, without ami ndinent, and lectmrnnuVd it psae , ordcie l lo be engrossed nd read a thud time cm to-nioiiow. Mr by,.,,. ,,.., a .. led ccmnittee irpoiteJ a b 1 lo- r.iicai'u' ruj in liie counuci ol t oualain ana ruumu , tea. (il ti ne. i on nie iiuie. "J - i'o. iu iiuucs II1U llllie 01 IIOIUO'C I I " Mi II ibb.r!, f on a sihet cornm.ttce. to who-n wi-l,,, comth Mirtio county ; p.-ed t . a -1 ,,i. fctiet ti to a:,e,.d ttu- cl...ier.f lb- K.ih vüle an 1 Mel- i y Su,,lt. illt,0.tlJC,.,i a reM.iuti.in as l., the expediency of j byviile mlrovi c .rp.nv, .eported the .a.,e back t ,he i a m.uhtlc ition of the relief law; ado cd ! beo ite, w,iho.n amnilm. nr, aaJ iccomrm-nded its pasue ; . ,v Mr A a tll, t(J ,nclL.., ie'Itc.; llf witliee., t-r i .... o, j, ,,t rrvji.iooa rn me wy" ; py Ml. jalVcy, a bill icallng tl,e act ihft.i.. th,' du veiy 11 the l)itnct t. tdiimbia. aud the ttriitoi us of f f ,h PJ .lfl, , M.,.m -liloreia ;.i.d New Mexico ; -e... U. si uu.e. 'county, paj-ed to 2d lea lii g. Mi reeideo, f.om a o:,ct .ommin.e, reported a til M) ,h Wl liack lf tl! in fUlhn , Cour it, 3J ni m line J'1'" 1,1 U'0Ae C"UI"'i rMdciicUit w ithoir amendment, o. J the bill wa read a Ih.id time By M, Watpole. a bill to amend an .entitled An act ,lr,fnt,d a biI, h r,lalion tj the aiip,)itltmei)t to mcorpinate tac C i.tial Pl.mk mid company read fi.it j of Afctl hl su-ubci. county. "V.: i . im,,, , ..: J o .., .u I IJ Mr.Jo!,tiv.m.a bill t , change the name . f Jlistine Cox; jö -r, . r o. .:.. v. ........ .- ,o,V. ..,. iu, ai niv j vi- i .-'iuio i'i t otdj imu uui ' time. Mi Kvani pieented the petition of citizen of lleiuy canity, akin for a luv to ft.iblili an a.l.i ioi al poll iti tail c u:,t ; lefeir-d lo a eteet coinoOitee. The ei.ate conturied in ti e a -ohoi j of the Home to goti.t the el.cti'iiof Btnk DiucVr on Sal urtay nt xt at 10 o'clock. A. M On muli ii, the Senate ai'j xnned. I ArrrRNooN session. Mr Kra:: introduced a ic solution ibat the Secictary end Assistant Secretary ef the Senate be authorized to employ such a-i't .iti a in y be neceaiy; ad; ted. Mi Ut i.dncks intuduted a bill lo declare the n.eaiiieg cf a certain hw therein named ; ica.) fiikt time. Mr t'on.ett pri-enUd the f.e'i'ion i f John Khi'cr for re lief; itfe.rrd ro a ?t lect c Jtn'r.itt. e. Mi McC.rty i ..traduced a bill to exlend the time ef the coniino.-d :ci couit of Ma.i. oi county; pasted lo a second ita.lh g. Mr McCaity introduced a resolution giving Ivellog k Yiie'es the piivilee of puMifg up in the Senate Clumber, at ' lieii own expe, Ueevc's .elf-iegulatmg toe, in phce i f thoc iH.w in ue ; adopted B M. I.J m, a t ill lo anien t an act tefini.iif the jurisdic tion of justices ef the peace i:i ceitaia coutiüe theicio named ; read hit ti.r.e. Mr Hi t.u ick inli. doced a reottitioii that the Senate will. ,MI r u cf u " ,n" ' P'feedo ,nc election ,1 u- i pciiiiteiideiit of the New Alhanr and Vmcenne road en Sat- j uidy n.xt, at J o'clock, V M. ; adopted Mr Kvan, fr cm a fehct commit'ee. repotted a bill to jamind the ISih refiou . ,f ait,c:e 3, c bapter 5, of the Re- j i-5 St.itutt-s of 143; rend lirst lime. I Mr Woods ititieduced a bill relative :o 'be docket of Bela IK nek, i f Switzeilaiul county ; irl twice, I5tli of Houe leiaiive to ex'indin' the pieient term cf ; the Ma, iöli ciicuit Cond un taken tip, read twice, and le i feired to a select committee of Messt. McCariy, Dole and . II u! baid. i J t'a motion, the Senate adjourned. HOCSE OF REPRESENT TIVES. i TncRSDvy, Dee. 6. The Speaker announced the followiog stant'io comraittee, t -Wit On Elections Mers. DmüIi rty r f It , Stone, Hunter, the Indi.na State Asylum f .r the Kdocati n uf te lA-af and Shepaid.Menauih. Miller, of M and K., and Miller of (). j D imb ; lefrned t c rnn.i.tee on benevolent Institution!, On Ways ant Me ins. Mtssr-. Miekle, R.buioti of D,:a:.d I.OOO ci.pi. oidf te .1 ,o be piinted. SI: O'Hsver, Kos ell. Welis. Kl lei. and Morrison ! On the Judiciary Messrs Hi:k,, K twir ls. Chandler, Grives. S encer, Lainah.ni of I., and Drown of S. j Oi EJwafinH. Mes-os. M .y, Munay, Cal i .veil, Thomis, j Uonn.son of L , Hamey.and Tina,. On the Sii'e Dlik Messrs. Sheirol. Miliikan, Watkins, Ii .wen. It. ard, li itoe't, an. I Patte, su. v. i'oiMiu u.uts .ucssrv cravens, riauier, ixio, Keeney, r.fntiy, J,hnso:i. and 0;r By Mr Jaii.es, to inciease the pay of ttie Jude of the r ??.tnw1 VVhe 5rtf" i;rs"l--MfV", I r:Uherirr.bite Cou.t of Posey county ; lehned to a select com- vu - i, itcici, hcjvci, iia.i-, naier, .iiiu oni. Oa the Afitits of the Town vf Iidiaaipotis. Mcs.rs. Huntei, Shepird, Landis, Shelby, Conner, and Reed. On Claims. Mci. Athn, (Iesie, Carnahau of P., I)e- frfn. N.tOarlc, tCnuwIl.., .J liyi. On lloads. Messrs. llait, (loojwio, Yocum, tii, flu.y, : Cotton, and Alley. Ol Canals and Internal Inprovetnenls Meer. Wilson,' ßiid. Cole. Ilolcumb, llillis. Douheity of K., and Butler.. On Agriculture. Messrs. Alien, Rush, Waniner, O'Neal, Haivey, Summers, and Humphieyn. On (''if porations. Mers. Leviston, Whinery, Kobon, Brown of R , Withers, Murray, and Finely. On hint oiled Bills. Mesn. Weir, I)jd l, Ross, liuiiiett, May, Miilikati, and Wiiht. On Engrossed if7. Mesn. Salter, (Ireith mne, Stone, Rirhaidix.il, llirkei, Sjcncer, and Cruaha of V, On Benevolent and Scientific Institutions. Messr. Elder, Campbell, Saltei, Uiown of R., Sheuod, Robiosou of I).,aul Wen. Manufacturers an I Commerce Mer. Conner, Stoopi, Whinery, Wii'ht, Waniner, Shelby, and Richardou. JOINT SlANDI.N'j OiMMUlKKi. On Public Buildings. Messn Robson, Drlevao, and Conway. On the Canal Fund. Mesr. Chandler, Tir.brook, and Nib lack. On the State Library.--Meen. Elwaids, Ktx, and Moi- f ,5'.n. The Speaker also announced the oidcr of buineis a:no at at last 8eM.m. Mr. Piather intioduced a iesolutin that 'lie Supeiintet d ent of New Albany and Vinc mies road be iiq'ic&ted to re poit at an early day ; ad plcd al-o a ieoluti n, Ry Mr. Pod I, tint the two Hoii-cs piocecd to the election i.f Rank Duet tor on Satmd.y next; adop ed. : lltni. On motion, 4000 copi.-s cac!,,.f Hie Covemor's mcs.ag.- 1 Mf Handail intioduced a bill to incorpo.ate the F-it and inaugural were oideied to be printed in Ktujlishatid 1ÜÜU Wjnc 1,10 0,111 Mnf lnuiauc Cinpaiiy ; i ad lust in Oeiman. ,,,"p- On motion of Mr. Shemd, it wai iri dved. th 1 1 the bills ',r Hrrotl intioduced a bill in lelation to a change of the and all rnattcis touching Ihe calling of a State Convention ! r ? of liw and sale on executions ; ,ead tw ice and le to amend the Constitution be tefened to a select committee ' leld o Jodiciny c .,inni:tee. of one (torn each Coujirssional litiicf. I Hckle, fmin a select committee, rejoited back a t ill On moli m of Mr. Kdwatd, Mr. ITn'hank is entitled to tho in ,r ,u the auditor and treaMiiei .f Delaware c in.ty, ue of the Hall, on to-murow eenint', f..r the purpose of ithon amendment, tipn the adooU-nof which, ihey ic dcliviiing a ficc lectuic on the uc of ehe ricity as motive i co,,lmc,,J iU l''-''j amendment adapted, and bill and , power. j Mi. Di fices intioduced a resolution that the Auditor of l St ile be iiiue,'rd to fotnl', the am oi'it ..f iiicident.il e ! t.ene and l itv of State A'en. from the commencement of the otlice ; winch being amended, on motion of Mi. Chandler, so that be shall give a d-tailed statement of Ihe contingent account vva adop'ed. On motion of Mi. Stone, a ics .lution was adopted, in ie htion to giving additional encouragement to agriculluial so cieties. Hills and Joint Resolutions lntroluccl. I'y Mr. Lane, a joint resolution in relation to abolishing flu. Ii., Iiilfir in iIia t)ilri-t i.f l'.il.iml i i ul.n f.i. I tf slavery in aid Di-tiict; ' liy Mr. Munay, a joint i solution in favor of admining California as a State, will, the levtiictioii of slavery con- tamed in her Constitution ; iy .hi. vuir, j 'un icsuiuiioii in Kin, i.i aiiiirio vau ada 0 the United Stales ; j .i. jvui-ru, uiii iu exicoo iit oi.n i i uuiuii.g Court in llendi icks county j it .. si . i n . . ....... i . i. - . : .. r i:.. .. . By Mr. Ilirt, to irgulalo the time of hollin' Courts in the 3d Judicial Ciicuit ; By Mr. Blown of R., to provide for ascci taioiog thoj amount of pmpcity exeutpt from execute. n. By Mr. Wells, to repeal the. act for a change of venue in eiimunl raes and levival of law on (tie smc suhjed ; By Mr. Ha dy, lo incopo, ite. Ibe White County Minti ec Bo Bi id" t'outp my j By Mr. Ilainey, to repeal the act lelative to justice of the peace in M-.utomery county hy Mr. Huntei, to amend the act lelative to opening and improving roads and hihwray; liy Mi. Chandler, a bill for tho relief of the securities of John B. Hams ; Bv Mi. Farnsley, for lie- lelicf uf James P. and Beiiber, M. fylei ; By Mr. Ross, to amend th, act to incorpotate the II uiiioti, Nrwtnwn, Rochesiei n t Uro .kvill- tomjoke eompsny ; Hv Mi. Cole, to aulhonc the ihaining of Ptu pia'iie in j .Miami County i winch weie severally iciu ana pacil lo a Sicond rca lniij. The lull to provide fin callin a Convention, nlfeird by Mi. Micklr, wa rod a second time, and ,e feired to a select comrniltrc of one from e tch Congressional Distnct. Hills i f t'f Howe pass',1. To compel n.oi-n s, tent laiutholdets to pay road tax equal lo lestdeut pi opi int o s ; to anthoiis the to ninisMouei s of llowaol eouu'y tu boioov money ; lo extend the time of Ihe pii i-ent term of Ihe Ma,in Circuit Court ; lo provide for the bcttei itnpo.vco.ent of roids in Boone count). Iti'lx o the Srnnlf jassed. To incorporate the Madu u and N'jpileou Tuinpika Corn pan v. The bill to exempt homesteads from execution was lead a ;'d Inn. and lelened to the Jinhciaty roinmitt.e. l i e j dot ,coluti .n, ulTcie I hv Mi. Cliand er, for the re doc'iou of p utie and foi at. il,liuig the frank mi; pi ivilee to inemf eis of C.oiresi was icad and oideied to be en i;ro"e. for a ih'nd leadiut;. I'lte j nut icsoloti n on the subject of slaveiy was rea l a second li ne; when Mr. Chtndler moved o amend, so as to prevent the Waflic of slaves betwein the State; to abolish slavery in the Dil ti iet if CnluTbia.o, t) pr.vile for the u-moval of the scat of government to a free s't .te. Befoie action w-. had thereon, the bill and amendment vi,c laid upon the table. The t i'l to nihoiize negioes to testify aain white men wai lead i Jd time ; an l,nn motion rf Mr. Brown of Shelby, laidsopori the table. Tiie bill to repeal ccitaia laws ia rc'i'ion to n croe and i..... ... . r. -i .. f i . . r i . r -., Ä I laid upon 'I e tiblc. Tin" speaker laid b f.i,-e th? II-mi-c a romTianicatinn from tbe (I 'V in' r, iu l i.. i tf fn ;n t!ie State .f Ver moio ori t!.e 5'il j t i.f I ,oiy a: ! t lie et ib'.i!rnent of an AiiC'iltto I Iii -ii; w'ii.-h were re cred tu tin cunmiltee oa aiioiliui.-. Tbc rule wc-.p sn;.fii lf I, imli'ii Mr. Orr, a ie rii.i'i w -. ,i I . t .1. tu. .vi 'i i!i.i mnn-ei iniioducing ill-s, H-'oln i .its t f,., ,,.. ( , -t,Ti,!i:, r-.-n-ni'tee, ate entitled to mpi t wir aid c..ii;rii!!im; wbile the nut j -ct maPer of ai t ! 1 1 mi ! u-.f.Ju i , . , 'er t'i cui;in. On m 'i hi i.f Mi. ll init f. a n-: u'i .ii 'a lop'ed, pro viding fr z in i it i i -it- . vi o i: ..f S.i(-listen U nl on the Cential Cll;il un S ttitJiy i . yl. Till ..f th.- Snnlo to :, ilu. M nr c Ci:Ct:i' Court j'.iris- ; diction in :i iivo c r.e u.i. ri l t .vice an I p.o ! to a 3d j ira.ti:'g; jo kI till ..f tie Sen-'o f.n il. irlirf of critain j Hit opt We comi;..im( i-4 if.id and 3i..-d to a 21 r. aJiriij. Several bi!l w e.- ii .id 4 M tinw mo.1 i. fein d AFTrilMKlN SMi!(l'. I On ninti hi -f Mr. Pi .tber, a n linoa w k adopted, re- h,.,lialiltil laud, at Ii dun ioli, at let s rnurh f them j s ernaj,, ,,,,,3., Mf Delevan, it,,. ltir. d a bill to re-r ,l a! law authoi- ' izinß C0UI ties ,0 sub,ciibe f. cup-ration .fork, so far a ! m.,i!cs lQ c nd , ,m ar.h: ;f e t- i ,ajn act. adding mileage. J tu a """d uading. '!" So Speaker lil bif .ie ifie IfoiMff the annua) repoit of the Tit auiri of State ; which va ordered to be imnted Mr Mitkle intiodoced a icolution, ai tj the expedienc) of amen. Un,; ttiv ie.li vio iw ; adopted. The lesoluiioii of the Senile hi so amended, as to pio- vtde f ! oin into the elertiou of Supei inten lent of Vin- cei.tie r':.d on Sal today in xt, at 11 o'clock. Oa raoti ,, of Mr. Courier, a ictolutioa was adopted, in- ti nctiüsi the Judiciary committee to repoit a bill to give ciimiiial j'ji ixjictioii to justices of ibe peace, wheie the pen alty is by h e only, not exceeding twenty dollant. M i . O r iulioduced a bill 1 ammd the 4 3d section of road law of lA'J ; passed lo a second icidiog. On motun.ttif II..ue a jj mined. SKN'ATK. Fridav, December 7. Sena'e met. Mr liarmick moved to reconsider the voie oa the ,eo!u tion peimitti-.i Kellogg Yatides to phce in the Senate Cha.nbei Reeves's fratei.t toves ; carried, and the ico'.ution was i.ot a .'pied. A ine5ce was tcceivrd firm the House, cencumin in the iC'flu: ion i f Senate to go into the eU-etn.n of Sujeiin tciolcnt of the Ne v Albany an I Vinretmes mad, on Satur diy next, at J o'clock. V. M., with ene amendment, viz: t. ir.eit II o'clock, A. M. ; concuried in. The 'resident announced the htatidttii romtnit'ee of ibe Senn'e. O.i n.o'i oi of Mr Müler, it was oideied that two hundred copies of the list of siaiiding committees be rinte l fur the U.e of the St-ii ate. The 1'ipiideot I.id befoie llie Senate the stitemen of the Auditor i;i detail, i.f the expense, ice, of the office of Agi-nt i f State ; lai l n the l.ible and hc liu.aln J copies ' 0! del cd to be p: itited. j Tlr. I'jesideiit laid bcf irc the Senile the annual rep it if j the Aent of Slate ; laid on liie table a:.d ÖÜ0 copies ordt-icd 1 to b- p inte l. j The I'.e'ider.t lid befuc the Senate the annua! ie port of ; the Iii ii h o! the Slate liv.k f Iodiaoa, ai Iodi toapolis ; i rtfcired to cotninittre on State 13 ink. The President laid bifoie the Senate t!ie snnual repoit of the .sui.ei i-.t. ndent of C snmon Schoo. s : icfeired lo com mi'tee on K hics'ion. 'Ihe l'iesidii.l lai I before the Senate the annual repoit of Tne re,dent laid befoie the Senate the annual report of the State Libtaiim; ufened t c.:nmiitce on State Libriy. l'ttiti'"!) '"' ft 'I Wy Mi Rjndill, to peimit Anthony F. Yeaker, an alien, t be licenced to piactice law, if found qualified ; lefcir-d tu a select co umi'tee. Rv .Mr Dawson, for the ulief of cettain per'ris of Ls.- , .,., , ,.,,,. . , . , r o.a. , mil tec Hit's iW- l:itrt)(htc((L Ry Mr Read ( f C, to amend chapter 30, section 2D, of the Revved Statute of 1S-J3 ; i-nd fust time. Uy Mr McCni ty, fiom a clect c mmit lee, to extend the t i rue i f holding the pu sent tcnn of the Mnion ciicuit couit; passed. Hit' s taken un. Houe bill to compel non-ic-idcnn to pay a road tax; rea 1 fii-t Inne. Mouse bill to authi-rizc the rommtiMoneis of Howard coin, iv to bo, row uo ney ; read liit lime. llon bill f.r the inipioveuient of highways in I'oone i county ; leal in t t in,e. House bill to regulaif the time of holding ciicuit comt in ceitaiu counties in the thiid judici.l ciicuit; read fust time, lules suspended, iiad second and thud times, and paid. j House bill 1 1 change the name of Rotine Cox ; read fuftt j ti ne. Mi Ma, tin introduced a bill f the relief of Betsy Ann Si:r.; sou ; ie.d twice and n-fericd to the committee ou the Ju Jiciiiy. Mr Read of I!., introduced a bill to Incotponte the Oil Srh -ol I'ltsby tcnan Chmrh, of Dunlapsville ; read twice au I u fened t a select eo innitiee. Mr Ib.llovtay intioduced a bill in relation to taxii g lind leciioly sold by the (leneral (ioveiument ; lead twice and lefnud lo commitiee on Finance. Mi Oraharn iotioduced a till lo incorporate the liuteesof j the Climen n Female college; lead twice and it fi ried to' committee on cm poratious. Mr Allen introduced a bill autlnu lmg the cleik of Ihe Mou'gumeiy ciicuit couit to take acknowledgment of deels a"'1 u,hfl in?ti (neutt ol willing in cettain cases; tcad fut j iiniioueni oiueieu roue etig,o"u i.ratnnu n miinn on . tl,',,,,,,,ow I Mr Sb eth intri dured a ieolution tint th Sei ate will. 'the House concuning ihciM. ir ceed to the lylecli III Ol 0 : President Ju !g of tti fifth judicial circuit, on MooJay n ex'. : al IU o elm k, A. M.; adopted. Senate ndjjuined. At lKl'.NOON M.SSION. Senate met. Mr llamnck intu dncida joint jeso'ution on the subject of the iMtiin.il mouumenl at Washington; read fust tunc. Mr Hubbud intioduced a bill to amend the roid laws; i I. .. . .. ii;u .... ih.i.- Third Rradin r. i A nill t , extend ibe lime of the piobte courts in ccitain .,:,,, . A bill to ptotect ccitain lands tbeiein mentioned from waste : tussed. A t..ll ...!.i....r r, I,. a .1 i.Lrf of flela Heiick of Switel- j .ni county ; passed i Hi la, v. on Second Heuling. A j int resolution .n the subject oi tlavery in ibe terii-lorii-s of ihn Duited States. Mr Mil'er moved its tefcicnce tj the committee on Fede lll Kelstion. Alter un animated doctisi oi by Mr Hollowsy nßa,nl the reference, nd Mr Buckle 4iid MiCuver in favor of ic f c r 1 1 it Ihe ieolult m, the ayes nt d nors t it, g ilemanded, the motion I. lebi was sustained ayes -J(t, nun 9. A bill lo dis lve the bonds of initiimooy between Je,e miah Drapei and N-tnry, his wife, of Ma, ion nnintv. After a lengthy diruion, in which Meis McCarty, Walpn!e and Iluhbaid i tlclpated, in favor of the -iigtoss meni of the bill, and Messis Buckles, Potter and Klli aint I he eogi u-mm ut, il wss o,d. led t be enclosed and rei 1 a thiol titiiu ou to-monow, by a vote of a) es (, noes IS. A bill lo locate a Slate tool io Ihe counties of Fountain in! I'tiiiiam lead second time, iuIci suspended, tea 1 a thi.d lino-, nd pised. A bill lo lep. al t ctini 251, chapter 40, aitidc 10, of the Ilevi.id Statines of 1813. Mi MilU r moved to postpone the bill indefinitely ; cat lied aves 2f) noes 1 1. Seveial bills wrri leal a second lime and passed to a thiol r U'lii on to-n,oriow,or ufcired lo the appropriate commit tees. Mr Miller introduced a bill to amend section 20 , chap'er 7, nrticle ft, of the Revised Slatutes of IS 13 ; lead firl time. Mr Conduit intio luced a icolutiou instiuctini; the judi ciary committee lo in.piiie into Ihe Miljccl of sales of ieal tst.tte for taxes j adopted. Mi Aillikin lutr .dored a lesilolion iimtructin the com mittee no Fiuinro to irnpiiie into Ihe expediency of lettini the folding and stitching of ihe public documents to the low est l i Ider ; adopted M( Ilea I of V , intioduced a ico'titiou i'Mtructb'g the Judiciary commille la inquire hto the upcdiency of ic potting a bill lealiing be.juests for charitable uses; ad opt ed. Mr Betty introduced a resolutiu, lo inqu ie int Ihe expe diency of teporl'eig a bill piovidint; for the ehciioo of a re potter of the d. ci-ions of the Supn rnt Couit ; adopted On motion, the Senate adjourned. HOUSR OP R RPR ESKN T ATI V KS. I'ltlDAV, Dec. 7. The Speaker laid before the House the annual report of tho Aent ol Statu ; laid Upon tho table nod printed ; also A communication from tho Auditor of Statu, contain- ins a letaileti report of the expenses of tli State Agent; laid on l!io table und X'ÜU copies printed ; also, Tno annmtl report of th Trost.-es of llie Deaf and Duinli Asvhiin ; laid 011 Um t . bio and 2 cpse to b printed ; also, Reports from Uranche at Indianapolis Madron "d Sootli Heiid i.f S:;it, H inU : laid en Iii t dl. -- ' . . l'..t.t,,.. J ..r.. i.iunt.. !.L' .UlXfi. .11 CM, VIMInjt , Micklo, Uonway, Palter,..,,, (M inc.rjM.rat Ho- T.pp. e.noo Deteciin Con.ii 111 v ( It-aver (111 rlerenr! to placing 1 ,rA . 1 , :K !' ..Mm n.iiniv 0 ! achon finds 1,1 ein. d Trusteei. m 1 lanlJin count),; Conwav, (in f.vor of a .Uvlnm lr destitute or- phan. j Graves, (4 petitions.) hmk and Knnvn of K., ! Ulm I, were referfed to eonumttees. J On m.-tioii of Mr. Tralher, a resolution was adopted for tiie appointment of a committee of two, on the part of the House, to xamino the surrendered bunds since the last cnimnuniculion of the Acent of State. no Ii...-..... w j .... 1 The Senate, on invitation, now t ame into tho Hall ol the 11. .use, and proceeded, in joint convention, I I IIIO election of Auditor and 1 reasurer nl otatc Un the hrst ballot lor Auditor ol Mate, ! irsisnis vv. ii. i.nis received - - j DouJasH Maguire, "... Od I 11 'ink, - - - - - - " 1 , ! Mr. l.lhs was declared e ected for three years from and ci l i ;, ,, after tlio ejniratioti of the. t;rm o service of tho prestu inrumbenf I On ihe first balh-t for Treasurer of State- J mies 1. Drake, received, - - - 83 votes, Sj.Kuiiel llannali, " - . - - CO , Blank, 4 44 j J.IMIl'S I. Draki- W.IS decl.irfd doU l.etod for iline . years, fioin and aller the expiration of thu term of ser vice id the pre, nt im uinlo tit. The Ifiiali; reitre! ; and lln lloititi: Hi'ji.urned. 1 t'TF.R On N kkssiov. On motion, the credenlifils of member were referred to the rommiiiee. on eI-ctio,i.s. Tiie librarian's report w as l.tid hi fore tlni Houfe, and ordered to h prii.l. d. Ofi motion .f Mr. C;irn;i!i:n of F., the Governor's message was committed to a committee, of the whole. Iloue for Monday n-xt. R'snfutimis. ();, motion of Mr. i'attersi.n. n n-sooniot was ndopted. as t the expediency of re-fencing the Tippecanoe Rnttlo Ground. liy Mr. Nibl'tck, lh.it the Auditor lay before the House, tho report of Agent of the New Alba'ny and Vincennes road ; adopted. By Mr. Alhon, that the enrnmitree on the Judiciary enquire into tho expediency of consolidating 11 laws ot, the subject of schools in one volume; adopted. By Mr. Hicks, as in ihu expediency of amending the road law. By Mr. Millikan.'as to the expediency of a law against compromises with felons ; not adopted. Bv Mr. Del.-van, tint the commitieo of Ways nnd Means enquire into the expediency uf passing a law, making it a pM,nl offence for drovers to drive inmo tfisri a given number of cfUtlo or ether stock over bridges at the sann; time ; ndopted. By .Mr Chandler, ili.it tlo Agent of State report, whe ther", in his opinion, tho ofri. e of State Agent can be nlo!i-heif . Mr. Wilson thought this was imposing a delicate duty on the Agent. II thought members, of the House should be the judges of the propriety of the measure. Ho had his own opinions; hut every g-ntlemen should deride for Immisi II. .Mr Chandler thought the Agent would give candid opini o, rltfit his opportunitir of information woe su perior to members oi the Horn. Mr. I) odd agreed with the getitb rnan from Harrison that it was a ijelirnt.- duty, ;,s lio understood that geotle- man was a cnidubite for re-election. Mr. Cravens w;,s in favor of the Agent submitting fuels ; bot not hi- opinions. Air. Wilton agreed with the gentleman fm:n Washing ton (Mr. Olivet, s.) and moved to lay the resolution uj.oti the table ; w hich motion prevailed. .v .?;;....' ResiutioHs hit rod wed. I'.y Mr. Line, a joint resolution on the subject of fur nishing a marble slab for the Washington monument. By Mr. O'Neal, a joint resolution on the Mibj'-cl of a Railroad fron, a tnjitahlo point on the .Mist.iippi to the i Pacific ; Dy Mr. Bd wnrd-5. a joint resolution providing, ibat un If the rotate of Illinois grant the right of way for im portant railroads, our no -it. hers in Congress be instructed to vote again-M grants of Innd to ail State J By .Mr. Watriner, a bill extending the jurisdiction of notaries public ; By .Mr. Shej.hi i.I, to reduce fees of clerks i f Probat Court 'J l p r cent. Uy Mr. Boss, to restrict the grand j'jry of Franklin countv lo a limited nurnbe r of davs. By Mr. AHey. requiring grand jury of Hancock county j jng, as an olllci jI i-py w ho may be directly arir. d.tt l by to meet on the 3 1 lay of term of Court. j Auttria to our government in W.ishingto , Why iu n. By Mr. ('handler, a bitl to change th? name of Rlizs- j with a d. Ti -: t , f lifo e i mill: i:s. .-hon'.l we o cna.-e. our beth Jane Bristow. ' civil but, and hy out n.ot ey fir tl;e pay an ! .... ii: of n fu'l By Mr. O'IIaver, tö amend ihe act requiiing eupervisor j ministry to dj honors to Haynau and the rest of the Iiv of road in Sullivan county to make report at June term c.f eried Austrian hangmen! commissioners' court. j Wliat a humiliating spectae'e it wou'd b t fcc Col. By Mr. Bird to provide fot payment of jury fees in civil j Web'. s!i3ko bunds with the utchcr Hiynnu th r .bher cares in Allen circuit court. ! of orphans the whipper of women- ihe i.e. ;V-.-r t cii!i- By Mr. Grcithouse, to chinge the names of Mury Jane j Zllj0 nnl chriti.sr,iry ! Th: Haynau. by the l v. cornea and Margaret Manna. j by his beastly f-ro. itv. in a legitimate, or ru'o r i."e:i. By Mr. Allen, t amend an uct to regulhle ihe mode of j inaiC way. He is the bisUrd bro'her nf the pr. st ni Rl. c doing c. ur.ty business in Putnam county. torof Hesse G i-sel, (a lineal de-cendnt of tri? .Uo In 1 By Mr. Orr, for the relief of delinquent tax-payers w!)0 sold his subject io Great Uro ii-., in to- war of t!.e abohir.g the penalty for failure to pay taxes. Ke.olution.) bv an arrh strumpet th.- ('ounte.-s R. a heo- By Mr. Cole, authorising an additional number of Re- ; )acb. This Counter of Keichenb-h w is a p. rle. t u vised Statutes to be distributed in Miami county. j gies?, and n..l to whip ami s rauh ihe o d V. e.-tor, wh By Mr. Goodwin, authorising voters in Daviess county was the greatest gunldrr in .Germsnv, m -t uum rciluhy to vote in Washington tow nship. j so much -o that he was of, en obliged to ? iy f r s-'ra By Mr. Withers, changing the mide of electing commis- ;days in his room to conceit ihe -ar w'c.h his paramour finners in Ptke county. (had inflicted n his eoiinleoa- e. - Ans'tian airny By Mr. ('handler, lo prevent the forfeiture of school j has f .r generations p.i-t. been the foun lluu h -p. ta!. where lands. j the bastard children of German Prim es were dt-p.o-i'c.l f jr By Mr. Grcathnuae, it, relation to I.amisco city ; lio in ! education ami empl vrnent. and where, being the ..lTring relation to extra taxes in said city. jot the stew, they t si i ,1. like Hivnao a theatre worthy of Which bills and joint resolutions severally passed to n I their binh and parentage. To um- a German poet's (sJhil aeeond reading. i ler's) wm.li: Mr. Chnndier from th.? couimttten on tie ul.ject of, nbohsfiing tlieolli e of Agent of State, k d further time to enable thorn to m k ? ibeir report ; w lo. n wns grnnteu by the House. Hii:s '.-'. To authorize the commissioners of ( lark county to r . tablish an nddiOo,,,! ,,1.,,-e of holding ,.ee,,.,n; Defining t ie jurisdietion of jitiees ol the peace in ,. ... J J ' ermillioti couniy ; l'o repeal tho act in rehittou to compensation of Pro- bale Jud-e , Monroe countv ; MV. t..r.r,... (r. .. ,t r.u.rt ,o,,di ti..,, in n ilivorce case. HiU.1 nn Siund Ho lding. Several bills wete rend a n end lone, ordered fo be! engrossed tr re feired t committees. bcr now lure in Wai-hirgt m. l!i-re is n -t o..,- u ... will The joint resolution in r 'Intern to the Slave trade in i vote f .r the mi-iou to Au-tr, i, and tl.e Admit ilr .ii :u had the District d Columbia, and for abohs" ing Slavery ir, j better abandon n' i.le, of the n.tj.ct. aaid Di-tnrt ie., was r'iul a cn uml lime. Mi. Willors moved to lay the joint resolutions upon . ( , , t ril ...... .- , , . . , , 1 . 'A few vesrs ago, to, nettling like y. O.o.Mi. or f. 0,0(10 the table ; which motion did not nrevnil. i J . ', 7 . . ,, .Vv,,-.M. s,rs. Ail, ,,, All. v, .! ., Bather, Brown .f of "f 'V. 1 Mo. S., livers, Caldwell, Curuah'o, of P., Cleaver , C r, 1 ,r", H ciM-.dy of o,o-.. tf Ihre, .. w ho w .... ;f Cravens, ) .uglorty of B , Doiglottv of I'., P.Iiis, K. ! rt member aright, in a r o'roid car at the t,;e. Whet, sei, Fnrin.loy, (ientry, ( !, e-,l,ose, Hart. Ili.ks, o. ! e robery ws , Ute I. the orcuUtno, of l! e b, ,k w cotnl, Humphreys, Hunter, Jol.ns.m, I.andiss, Nihl .ek, 1 i'WO .000. The bu.k b ismg fuled I dc t-ct i!e ir -bber O'IIaver, Recti, Biehnrdnon, Bobsoii. Boss, Shep.trd, j oi recover the i ...ti s, p,.,!d..l I cillitiis ..'d (! of Sherrod, Thou, as, Watko.s, Wells, Weir, Wilson, Willi- , bank note-; an I. h ivmg now redcemtd Mich un am .iiut t rs, Wright, Vorum, and Mr. Speaker 4'J. j thereof my 1 0,000 as would b iive a'.r .il s a jn, A'kci Messrs. Heard, Ibuven. Brown, of U., Burnet, ; equivalent to ihe an, ouut s,... t, ssy i GO. 000 refmr to Duller, ('.impbell, ('aruabnn t f V , Chandler, Cole, Cot- j n dvim tint mure nf the utd imue.' I'll it is tosiy, no ton, Difnes, Delavnn, Dodd, RdwHrds, Rider, Gcair, iiMttcr it Ihe robber were adroit t ntnigh to h ive o placn) Goodwin. Graves, Ilnrney, llatvev, liitl. IIiIIm, Iluey, his booty as to have caused ra redemption, the tnr..ttunn Kcny, Knowltmi, Bane, Bank, Bevisuu. .Menaugh, Mick; or fault of tao bitik must be compensated or atoned tor Ie, Milu i f M. sV I'., Miller of ()., MiU kin, Morrison, I omc how. And how u this to l-e accomplished! Wfiy, Murray, O'Neal, Orr, Brttterhon, Prstln r, Bobins.u, of D , by repudiating, in ihe h ni ls of ihe inn c,-nt hobbr-, Robinson of B., Rush, Kussell, Salter, Mielt'y, Stewart ; um of Ihe notes of the bank i qtisl to tie- amount Molen, Mono, Sloops, Summers, Thorn, Tinbrook, Warriner, pay (0,00() And this rrpmli.tiiou is artmlly begun. Weaver 5c Whinery b I. ' The holder of one of the old note of ihe Hmk .i Cl,e'er JWi lioujicrt) of Boone, then moved to refer ibe j int ie- County is held M b-the ihiel, and contrary to all law Mini toltitions lo a cp rt commit'i e. ; ,.(,ininim se.e, is required t prove first, his or her ch irac- Mi Line eppo.rd the ,, fei i e and .nppoited Ihe ,esol- j tf ( ,(, M, aU(, M.cotjt ,hill jl( r M, 4jK , . lions in a speech of consideial de length. II had no t tjer- j li o,s to dividing the m sohnio. s Thegie.iieornphi.il la bad to inske, and w hich he widn d lo ieto dy , was th con- veisi on of Ihe iiietop lis of the Um n into "la vc innket. j 'I'sik I lie an ti e Koii:. M. Garay, who his a The ipiesln n hid brcn fully ravaed Iho uehout the Sia e, , grant Iron, the Meli an government to open a route to th and be w illed gen tlfinni t . sh .w He ir Inin l. j Pacific across Tehuatitep-c, is it, New Orleans, an.l he Mr. Wilson was in favor of one of the resolutions, j ,y jj,,,, K()) Wagot, road over the Isthmus ,1 'IVhuao. which favored tho ciOcns of the District ef Colombia i t,.,,,.,. will be comph-ied in less than four week. The fol taking a vote whether ihey would abolbh Slavery or not. .wing is nn ilin- riry of ihe route, according to th course They were ihe pip-r tribunal lo settle the quetion. I he 0( tm wagon rovd n w abo,;t t . bo opened : other n solutions he woout oppose Mr. Dough, riy of B. had given no opinion ns to the propiiety of pa-sing ihe resolutions lie agreed with the1 gentleman from Putnam tint the puhject 1 1m,c'' 1u''.v discusM-d by Mir representatives in Congress before (I.e. pooplest ib. re.'ent lections. Ho believed they entertained J n uniform opinion in relation tln rel.t, and were better ac. , iiuaintcd ith ihe wishes .f ihe poople of Imliatia than! - . : I MM ......11 I.- . ! the rm-nbersol litis .eg.sia,,e. . ... ,r -..;m.. -m, , nf whif tW r. nnvt , a,u, .;0 ,,y Ui.r , lul deliberation before we p ny resolutions. Ho had wm h m . ib.fi' ne moved to refer to a seh'ct committer, arid when.. , . , . . . , .. lliereiore movi o i m m i ,,, , teen heirs. I be t t , elevation t be mere. n,e over ibe ii.i-v kh.mbl I, i ike their umort the House wou d bn better ( ... . .i . i .,,, , . tin y Mioun, uns i Isthmus, between the two oceans, is about (.00 feet. prepared to a. t. - - The resolution, were ihon S;)(.(, r, (!l..J(1I1 ,lf ,.. ,,. r(,;, , h,.Vv,rn ..id Messrs. Dougherty nt I .,.,;, Bane and ,lson a,.-, M , M ,(M j kl)mUrTH ,v url nointed said committee. I he joint resolution on the aut-. " J ' . poinon Kam i uo . . . , , the weather iiiiV be, our fil'-nd W im rci e i .vvn ieet of Htinex ng Canada to the L nlted Si ntea, was read s jeci oi snripxiiii, j J.r0f;n,. ytjj,,. j,, Vlnt lis much i'iifliiT in tin flny "Tlr NibUrk moved to amend by adding (;,ba when ("" they coold before the mad was planked, a, d ()n moiiou of Mr. Cravens, ihe rra.lut.on and am. nd-( vica ver- i. B -sides this we bear no ti;..re cmpl.tiM nicnt were laid upon the' the tubio and on motion The House adjourn tl. ftV""Jl,m' tI:oi...K S. Bot: i i.i. i., tlte democratic can- tiil ite for Gnvernor of .Mass ichtisetts nt the late election was elected a member of tho House of Rep rcscnlativrs frein the town of (irotoii. IMitms. We copy the following jlM and trtj ti, .v of the tr,i'8 and trials of the editorial j r. f. ion, f,tm iho Krnin ci Gazette en able aid puhhfched in Horton : va!uib!e misn Ilaruoin m-npaper T. t. I .....I.I . . ii uas uccn nairu mil ft regards tih r;t ihi r.ü'ors r f America are isr ii.itrior 10 i ! ir ri.ni . , .nd Krnnce. It is true that we. have 1,. , ; , . j' " " ' "N1 Ji r nj or Em,!e Jc Girardm, 1 ut the amontif wtui wS ,i10 . . rm wic.i tito Armr can new.p.peis e.h.Sit W1 1 compare .,rv I.voraldy with the j urnal, I ant ( oun-ry I bit , r;.f..,M,., r!l. w l' mt' "l " wh'c' -t lead t bonor; and lhouh n,my nun of ll.e mn-i e::i;, a,i;. ities daily and weekly cmitiihute to muhe the 1 rt,3r,r in this country, tht-re are b-w who wiM.niy Vl tt.r lho harness and asurne"i'jb:ic.y tl.e irksome du i s ,,.!., j , , the situation of editor I.unui.llliruri'.in (,:, n I' .I.,.-.. . .1 t r .. . thnr tniiL ami v 1O1 cr iii.l rr.is.'ti: l.ir l!lTi iw i... t. 1. I ' I. I tr . rf . MrK .t.rVft.l T 6. V i1 T 1 1 1 C.t"ti f.. 1. I.?,.. . uih equanimity of dispositi.-n, such tread null V.,r as ! ibaf ti.hi-h ftl to the editor s lot. Thrrt- ic t .i . .. I . ;. that which Gils to the editor s lot. I tic re , r.o , n i ; it i like the htone of Sisyphus, an end'eMt r. pt titM.n ; Vr ai Maryalty, "it i H"ineibiriK I ke lh kin .-I'a t!,u. , .. J. tt,,,,i u, ra - ( . , sand miles in a tnour-and noura. e lorg..-t wh- it wa ,..., , . ,ual salJ lUa printing been known to Julius Cic-ar, he wouid have been an editor, for he posted the bnppy faculty ef dictating ,o four d;f!frtnt .:. fan es. o,,- on dillerei.t hubjects, at the same time. I here are f.-w h- enn aci ornp! sh this nr.w-a-'ays The R n,au senat r r.a-i no itnitni..r, though th- e.litor f a dai.v j..p. r w. u'd f.r.J that, with even this p ft, he w u!d have ;m r Hu e l !t t himself. A crii.tin amount ef work to be b.tie. Tior is no proratili.1tlt.p in these d.ys ot comij eiitioti. 'J be edit- r cannot, ifhebeill, relirnjutsli for a dy his dui ts. lie most drive a! rj, often wiring when !.is r:ii:. ! is m o biJ, and when his brain is rerakei!, and alnnot rfi.es to lend its aid. In the h urs of tonlnc.' and I j v ha inut he at his des'. He must forget the troub'cs vsp.trh aie gnawing at h s heart ; he must shake i fi" !l n n .rial fretlu'oefs, nnd rite s .ine!bi; g cbt erful, nc"iir;iu, and readable. If he is loiter, then d -es ihe re.i h-r c.-m; l.iin; but eou'd they vvti tiTho up ihe t-ruet, wjn.li tin y tend without ilT.it, hut l e initiated into he, hard la! or, the anxiety and care attend .nt on its jr'du ti.,u, th. y o.uUl be more sparing of I'm ir censure. The t dit-T of a r.ews paper to make it successful, must tie a mm of tnct well as talent. There are some inen wie are the n ..ninal edi tors of newspapers, but they never vrie a !;u-. 'J'bey have men in their employ wh.ican wrile. and liy t'-eir tict they get along most swimmingly. Their ti'le sl.uu'd !e Conducton of newspaper, net editors. They kn w nu thine in rcalitv. of the trial i,f editors. CT l.ei ,1 ,,oi ne urugii', iwror, u.ai mere is v.o ?U' ü'.iiro to this picture. An e.iilor who has udopt d the pn f. -i, n con amove fit:d.s much that is gratifying and er. f.i':!u in his daily and wcrkly walks. Thrown into the .ci. ty i f mm of mii.d, there is gratification to 1 e derived fr.en ll.tir acijuaintance. Without forh itit.g his i iüht to fj.. ak free y and truthfully rf ali things, many favors are b t v.ed up u him which, though of s-nall mount, gntify the lirlin.-,.; tfiul though offer: the object t ce:..- nie, tin re ie i-um- in hearing ot-crs te.-i;fv thnt his m -n!i is not a'logether fruhle-s, but lhat what be w no s read, a: d w i.at i rt ad is remembered. . Cot rcfpondence ef th- U tltirrmre Suu Wasmi fcT J, Nov. Z'A. IU. Mission fa Austritt 1 ' infrmpvirl i of th? Vri-usiiin Butcher Jlnn vi ami df Wtbb -lW.jrce of J.irutiu ll'tUotie to Kusuth . Vc While I discl.ii n for my own part, all j: .Üs.-rmii'.v.i: g oppo.-iti. n nt soippott of pu-oic oi- o ai.d measure, i iwi stilt nf the opmi .n that ihe proorse of the A-bnitiistri. lion, (if s-uch a pr( !iif.e h.s l ieu matte t- Mr. IIuUe,i.ani, the present Charge of Austria in Washington.) of sriu'.n g a full Minister to Austtia, was r ,U and inc. ns derate. In ihe fir-t p'ace, a full mii oi to Austria. l it. i- cri.-is, would see in an crsdorserne.ir, on ourptrt, of her enorm. ties a disposition t '.seleoMiC h r as n gre:it l a'i ui -iti i l"i cial rer. ignition by the only free Goveri.ut nt O'l art'i cf her right to ilrcnch the s,.l of tho ,ou -tiy T Ko.-uih i'i th-bin. 1 of t'ie m.riyrs ..f f:ieln, an 1 ,u l!i t of t'.itir widows an.l orphans. 2J. Thete is no iuv.1 f hii:, any drplornai- fuoc tlonarv in Vienni at nil. If wc I.ave a ru in .1" e m Unders'anditi'j and average fhrewdness i:, S. IV'ctij'g, he will be able to ii.fjr.n nur .ito ibpart:,j-'nt putt; well. a"d better as to what AtWr.s is like y t.. .1 ,, t:i in any mit is: r or charge residing t Vienna; and i!,.- c inverse is also true, u: that tin: Kussim MinMer m W j!.intou . . .i. i . i. ... .i . .i i w iil be quite ns al le to let Austria know what ire ie do. "This ever is the curM of evil de ds. That ever pregtiauf, Ihey engetider il Wr n f ,.( h j j rrM. i liable shores. Wllh wlnt groe wou'd we wi-Vome tho ! l.-fticftl character which p,.eir.. on ihe I, is . mi. t! tage Waa!nglo. wh.!-. nt ihe ,,.e time ., foil Mi ii.ter J pf (t i;,,,,,.,, ?l.ltt H , MMl, , Vu t.n to f lu Hate the i;,. , u . .i peror on th-orcooon of 1 1 v n m n to. ic s o v r t h- not r- i . . , i t . .. , t r . I " Magyar. I, et us ,o be gunly of ,ucfi I n ;-"" dip b nat.e s!.,g:.;.- which would d. gra !e ns I ' hc eyes -f th.- civi ' d w.ot.I. Oor Hue alio s are plrollC opinion .ind pr.'gnss; in no .Aineriiau Minuter sanction, bv his prr-encc, lue re tim lo the g . t f j i c age I am glad to inhum on tint a nng Hie ! in r run- mem- Prom (oMttiroalos, in the Gulf uf Mexico, t Mi- i.ntitiau. ..... I'rotn Minititiat, tiiTejutepef, l'roni Tjut'pec to I.i Chtvehi, l'rom I. a Cbivebt to I. a Bs, aca. la, Prom Bi 11-tic i l.v to Roea Ostra, ir. ':fJ (.: 51 lit Total, III : ny our leaineters, m uiumiy roaos aim s,u; uii. Ihe lac is fh" 1. stance and d;lliciilly of rrav.-lhog t. and from our l.lth' lake city, has becou,.- almost an nihil, Ie!. It nint ns. far as it used to be, and the ! tlitlicultv of traiellin; to mid from is next to nothing, - 1 especially if ou hive a lleet pair tf horses bef -re a j h'-Ut veh.cb..-w;o-;: 11 ,;;.