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' not Tlusiaqual1y culpable! There were re- There wat fire ballultings fur Clctk to-
attons cutting between Austria and Hungary day but no election. hat did ool exist between Russia and Hun gary Iheiefoia Russia' interference wat voluntary and uncalled for. Nay, more Hungary would bare succeeded against A us trie, if Russia bad not interfered; she bad succeeded, and Russia came and crushed ber. Wasuijictos, Jan. 8. (SENATE. Memorials were presented. Mr. Uiihsm presented ami slavery resolu tiona of the Legislature of Vermont. On the If the principle on which this resolution is motion to print, Mr. Mason spoke against earned out, wliy ool try rvussia oy mo time Dn motion. rule! Why not go father and exclude Spain Mr. Hale said the resolutions were per because the will not bear down the inquiti- fecilT oowerlcts. Thev aire made for home tion T The Senator from Michigan told us consumption. They were intended for Ver he had ten yeara ago teen the young Sultan ' mont. There wsa a small band of fanatics uf Turkey surrounded by all the pageantry of m Vermont, whose votes were counted by father' court. Wilt that Senator tell us ! both parties. Both parties voted for strong tf he was allowed to enter certain other por- resolutions, to be appealed to about election tiona of the Sultan's palace, where it ia aaid J time when each party accused the other of no vulgar foot ever trod the rich carpet ? ; pro-slavery. Did be heboid other portions of the palace, Mr. pbelps said the Senator was correct, und behold tba bright eyea and fair forms He himseir disclaimed all right to interfere there retained T Laughter. J with concerns of the Slates. There a m no Mr. Cass said he did not hear the question ; intention on the part of the Northern States be would like it to be repealed. Mr. Clay. Did tbe Senator visit anv oth er portions of the Sultan's palace where be FRIDAY, JAXAUBY 25, 1850. ' feci, we think ia pretty much confined to tbe j i of Congress, and meets but little it any floor : response among the people of the South, if per I haps we except South Carolina, who we sup ' pose can be worked up to any thing after the 'exhibition she made in the nullification war of 1832. Equally unfounded is the expec ,' Ution or belief that the great boJy of the citizens of the free States contemplate any invasion of Southern rights, or will allow I themsehea to be led into any ui justifiable ' or unconstitutional measures as regards the ' South by a few crazy and blind fanatics, j Any thing which the indiscreet and in judicious of any or all sections of the country ' can do to dissolve this Union, we regard, as ' j mere brutum fulmtn, for it ia bound together ly hooka of steel, which all their efforts will be unable to loosen or destroy. ET WILLIAM THOMPSON. Esq., is our a fent in Baltimore, authnrized i obtain stlvertise mants add subscriptions, arn! t giant receipts. to interfere with the domestic concerns of any of the Stales. That there was folly and 1 cur subscriptions. fanaticism in his fciale he had no doubt ; Compromise Bill. Mr. Foute has introduced in tha Senate a tTE. V. CARR. Esq, i our snt in Philadel. ' ..,,.. p!i:a. authorised la obtain advertisements and pro- 0111 cai.ea llie - compromise or concession preserved the beauties which were not allow- and he did not believe the South was free ed to be seeo by common men T from it. Hut he claimed Conges had the Mr. Cast thought the Senator was more' f;ght to prohibit slavery io the territories of meij io mow tu idoui sue a iningi man jne United Stales. Qimseit. territories, he said. should real nn llin nnl.i bill." This bill (says the Washington cor- ' " - - " - ' " ' , respondent of the Charleston Courier) pre. Mr. CICHlCnS Kcmarks. j serves the honor of the South in regard to On the first naze wc cive the reinaiks of the territoriul question, and it civet to tbe The regulation of lhce Mr Clemen's, of Ala., delivered in the U. North more than they have any tight to de- Mr. Clay. The reason of the question tsed judgment of Congress, S. Senate on the Vermont resolutions..' VVo 1 mnnd. We shall rejoice to see this vexed From the Baltimore American. DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. All History shows," says the laloTreas ury Report, " that where are the workshops of the world, there must be iho marts of the world, aod the heart of wealth, commerce, and power. It is as vain to hope to mako these marts by providing warehouses, as it COL. WEBB'S DEPARTURE EXPLAINED. Tbe New York Courier and .Enquirer, in regard to an assertion Mr. Care made on the fl or of tbe Senate, in hit speech on tlx Austria Mission, that Col.' Webb had fljwg " from the judgment of the Senate," bat tha following reply s - -" " We deem it therefore, dua not only u Colni.el. Webb, but also to the Senate, to ngton ' Union quotes tne par- may be, i entirely erroneous. - lul. Webb I to i . a-isw. 1 tiT ' cribes it lo an Albany paper, down to Oiiues-.uy, mo tun oi November, was, that it wit supposed if the Senatorj Mr. Ruk moed to lay lhe motion to print ! do not agree with all he says, especially the qucsi$n scltlrd-il ought lo be disposed of had entered the palace, he would be more on ,,. iblo likely able to answer another question. Does Mr. Yulee did not wish to discuss the ques the Senator know how many wives the pre- turn of slavery ; but did not agree, as Sena sent Sultan has T . lor ff0m Florida, to print language of ill Mr. Cess again repeated that that was i . breeding and insult, out of courtesy to Ver subject more interesting to the Senator than' mont. lo him, and he left that question also to the Senator to answer. Mr. Clay said that this matter was spoken of, because who could tell but hat thievery course of life by the Sultan might at tome future day be urged as a reason to break off; diplomatic intercourse. The policy of our Government was not lo interfere with Euro pean Dations in their affairs. This policy had been recommended by Washington and by all of hit successors. If we interfered with one nation on account of her conduct, thy not with others ? Mr hy not interfere in The motion to lay the motion to print on the table was negatived Yeas 11, Nays 40. Mr. Hale explained that he had intended to say that (hero was great and growing dis satisfaction on the part of the North, at the overshadowing inthirnco of the South upon the legislation of (his country. Mr. Calhoun slated that it was mini to take up the order of the duy at one o'c'ock, and therefore he voted to lay on the table. He would say that he had loner and steadi ly resisted the current of abolition feeling, but he was now in despair, and saw thai it latter part, where he condemns without stint, at oner, either by compromise or in tome those persons in the South who are opposed other way Ha calls them " a ti- !o extreme measures. mid, hesitating, (lirii.king class;" they may be hesitating, hut as to being afiaid orthrii.k ing from asserting their rights, Mr. Clemens is altogether mistaken. Lot the worst come nnd they will be fuunJ shoulder with the Cotton. In Charles on the 21l instant, transactions in cotton were limited owing (o the incle Imencyoftho weather. On the.lOih, 923 f SWW'SM'VI. wv - w..w U117( 0 would be lo make a crop by building a barn, j lba, , e inilff 8.ion Boweir cr alut, j The ashing .nrt nk anil auenhea l -r . , -,..,, , ,- . r . t a .1 . r HBU tut' nuou asms isi mi'u, wii fr aUnilf It. mistake, however, upon this point ,,,e 23 h of D (Cail,b,r .ing bis nominj. little tcceunl, except in to far as it may give jon woulJ have becn ClMlf mcd( i r cot. fi rnsed rise lo the suspicion that the ' Union' ( at all, befoio t'l.il lime ; and his deputuieoa undertaken lo criticise the Treasury Report . Saturday, the 1st IXci tnber, was caused by . -, .p, ...i, circumstances entirely uneipected in tha without having read it. I he paiagrn ii is . ' i t highest degree en.baiian.g to himself, tni quoted as being quite in accordance with the t which WM COIIipt.,.j l0 reg(fd BS im,,e. general views of the Report upon the point tive Upnn 1,1,,,. 1 fet nJ expressed 10 which it relates -an undoubted fact, since, 'very great reluctance thus lo leave at th.t 11 ia the language of the Report itaclf which ' me' knm"S h- 'Conceptions lo , whicl, . I he would thereby become liable. Udl the is quoted. 'considerations referred lo, left him in his But notwithstanding the lest ascribed to judgment, no choice, and ho therefore yield the Albany Journal gives the prci Ian. cd to the necessity imposed upon him trust, guage of the Report, being indeed an extract ! '"f '' knowledge which Sen.tora po.see. V . , , ,; srd cf his feelings and character, and lo the from ii, the very fi.-st sentence of comment co, f)cllt.e in bn wllich inany of he,n hj(J on the part of tho " Union," contains a mis- j often expiested, for a defence against the iui- representation. "The Sccretny of the picions of disrespect lo which be became e. Treasury, in hia late report, aajs the I'nion, P"0 . , , ' . . . r , , , i " hot these considerations were it is im having started out with the fulaey that no ; juo ,rg,(j to ,bo focins. of nation can have an extensive commerce, and others and the proprieties of social life, fur become wealthy and powerful unless it is a us here lo state. They were, howeier, en. gre.t mar.uf-ct'uring nation, all the print, in , Ii'-nor.blo to Col. Webb hi.ruelf. W , , " .. , lake it fur granted that the S.inale will nol lha interests nf the monopolist party mu.t of, . . , , ...,.:. lo hipll r f . v most zealous of their traducers. villo. Tenn., sometime in June, the proposed , ,0"' ,M Pr,ce ' I"0'" " " cemt. LPlerlT?L L"'": i musl 6 hed- CJentlemen of the South ! "jt of which " is to consult a, lo the be.-. . one penny in Europe. This was a bales were disposed nf at firmer rates, rang course re-echo il. Rut a more absurd fa'la- the matter naturally gives lise, after tho ex. ing from 114 to 121. In Columbia, on the'ry was never penned than that which origi-. plicit and imelligenl self denial given Ihein I V V I. 43 ...r.i. ... 21st. the weather onerated auiinst the busi. nated in the Secretary's report, and is DT 11,0 1U,R OF nal"r' " '""S Southern ConveDtiou. A Convention of the people ,.f Mississippi ied ' 112 La,es- Prices ranging from 10 liich we copy from the Evening Journal." proposed sometime ago that a Convention of, 10 In Camden on (he 22d the price n The Report of the Secretary of the T.css- ihe Southern States should be held in Nash-, 1"olt d 81 ,0i 10 12- 1,1 Cheraw on iho , ury d.wis not allege that " no na.ion ca.i have nn extensive commerce, and become weal. ta A nnn.ipliiiuluia .a I Vna iilimiali it t, ,. now, ihe recciprt being light and tales limit more definitely set fur.h in the p-iragrapS ; C4ljL.fiCe " i COMMERCE OF THE TRortCS. nv it. jucby. Why is it that, from the earliest timet, a'l Why not in behalf of the gallant Romans. nnw admie(J that the current opinion at the means of resisting ihe insu'ts end agressions ' . who so Ion? and BaUantlr fousht for their v..k .... . i . ...:...i n u.. .u . . . . advanced iortti was not to be resisted. W hat the i r ih. v,ii, " south would do it was nit Tor turn io say ; who so long and gallantly fought for their liberties! He had been charged with belonging to the stand ttill parly, aod the Senator claimed to belong to ihe progressive party. Now, the progress to advocated was not an univer sal one. It did not extend to the improve ment of our rivers and harbors. He was a'riid tbe progress advocated by the Senator consisted in waging foreign wars and foreign conquests, and in a territorial aggrandize ment. He hoped ibat it would be long be fore the country would engage deeply in such progress particularly at the expense of peace. The Senator savs this is a creat count rv. I n Lit ! uuib win una rii men n It is. But we should exercise the power of j ppoUe ,rn th in , f ho gr,,t,,ewubwucW Plovidcnc, hasb'.e.,ed ,od ftl2,em.j . ,he opp:lsitirn us, wun a just regard tor tne rights ot others maintaining our own rights firmly, and inva ding the rights of none. If the progress which the Senator advocates be foreign wars, for eign conquests, and territorial aggrandize ments, he thanked God that he belonged to the atand-atill school. As far as we have noticed J a ' I . t ... r. ...i i- . i : i r , but he had no doubt that when the time should;"""8 uul ouuu' Bro"" navsj .PP.i.iieu be come, she would act in a manner that was de- i legates there may he others but ws are not ; iitanded by her honor and interests. j aware of their appointment. "Poor old1 mistake it was only i I. rmiiniBrriul nulinn. ttitw llui.t..l mimk im hy and powerful, unless il is a great manu- j uor,,nc, , co,nmrrc8 wilb ,ld Thty facluring nation. The paragraph of the Re-; have coveted i, contended for it and when- j port which clearly and definitely sets forth ever they had tfttaincd il, it hat mide ihem the essence of itt views and its substantial rih nJ "' ''.'V0"'"- the course 1 , . , , . wnicn mi rivers oi i:iuij iuii. i new cross A CURIOUS DISAPPOINTMENT. doctrine upon the production and S'n'; j paiids of Untu lo and d.a.nof ih.irsurphis Many candidates hsve been ndly disap- j ' f national wealth, announces a proposi prvMiuce clim.itcs that are n.-t found io E i- Mr. Borland opposed the motion lo print, ; ori. Carolina will alanil alone " il i .aid. noim-l wiiK re.uli. of il.e elections which i tion so true that it would not do for pcrver- rope ; consequently, ihe staples and products because the resolutions were aggressive in . , . . N- .. , . . . . ,,,.,.,, , r...!sion. No country can attain a due stren2th ! '1'a'Cr"w ". ;' nd v.ll.et that are iheir character and insulin'' lo the Sou h. ' ...... . . -- -i , rertilizad and druined by Ihein, are sought The sulijecl was passed over. Virginia nor i"uiiann, nearly tne tao ex- gress, out me tuiiowmg circumstance, siatea ; f""r'"j j "-i.t The Senate took up the resolution ofF red Hemes, have as yet taken steps to aj point in the correspondence of the Charleston E-! no, u " ' n 1"Dor c,r,' 0,n ptoduc by Mr. Cast fur an inq-iiry into the e.vpedi- . Delegates. Yet this county, " Glorious old vening New, is perh .ps the strangest disap- j 'i001 M nearly as possible lo the point neces- r' s I. , .u ..,...,,, ., M,ckellbur, i,caej upon IO Iake pa,t in nointmem of el': I ,ar7 ' UTtirnate consumpiion .lusiria, ma mcuon oi .nr. Halo to Inciuue f ... Russia pending. j body. It is said that North Carolina j Mr. GloMhenner, Ihe new Serganl at. Mr. hoote who was eniileJ to the (1 mr. 1 was the last to como into the Union snd Armtoi the House, is (he editor oi the lorn fo export its raw material anJ re-imporl the articles manufactured from il, or lo nrgltcl Are ihn l'8Z"e 0n lhe J, Previous lo his jtl 0wn raw mateiinl and import ihe articles oppntiiion wbici the I nBnn. of . - McpWlBri,lllrr .,,,; , "'""" ln ,,ol,c,n.?. l"? U.ct.l .h" num,n- 1 manufa.ured from that of another country, is ' ' -.- m- uon. ne wrote m e mum me last mention- . . ie-o!u ion, s,e would be the last to leave il. resolution had met (loin, two Senators who spoke yesterday. i be amongst the hrsl to lake a step towards ed is a very juJicious nomination indeed we , " r """" ln ' Mr. Iljle eiplsincd that he had not op dissolving the bands that has bound us to- know the nomineo very well, and are rather , iJed for iis sdvancerncnt." posed lhe resolution. igothcr? Wo hopa no!. We see no good Prrj"d'ced his favor but wcare somewhat An illustration of this facl in political e- Mr. Foote cr uhl, he said, easily (lis insuish . l ,, i ., . r ,-. ii- apprehensive that he would hjve a first rale ennomy is giren hy reference to our cxpoit between the rose bush an l the suipeot under I , . , chance only in ihe event of ihe election be-: f,f raw cotton 1ml j ear, wliich amounted in that ship to come back with her return esri it. Tho !.n.in.'..n;.... i. I ... ; look upon the course of the Le;ululure of irt rr decided in favor of tho eanrlidaln who 1 ..I... .;n;.. . ..( .I..II. II .. ;r! ...i: .i. .l .? ! ue nopea mat betore tbe Senate wou.U a- der lhe mlk of fiiend.lup. Ii,n he had not : Virginia as much the noblest stand we could hou'd receive Ihe least vote. We are glad ' tl,j, Coltn had been wrought into fabrics ai 'commerce increased Ins substance, mada bis for in v in from the soils and ctimjte of Eu rope. All nf Ejrnpo lies North of lbs 33: Ii parallel of north latrude. All lhe river bt sins of India lie south of lha' parallel they are embraced between 10and 3J north. Conseruemly, ihe farmer, in lalitude SL's north, when he wished to exchange bit tur. plus stufT grown in Ihe valley drained by Ihe Zuydei Zee, foi the producle or 20a or 3Ca north, which bo could only find in India, had io ship it and send it around the Capo i.f Good Hope (always a ciicuitous route) in. ty thousand miles in length. Not until lhe full expiration of il.o year could he expect 'dopi a resolution lending to depart from the policy to long pursued oy our country fio.n its foundation to the present day, from the lime of Washington to the last of his succes sors, they would pause and consider well Ihe importance of the step they were about to take. sr. r-- -l. -j . i . . . ...... ..... suuic oui.uieu in. r, urn gave ,ion. which bas bei. d hy ,ba sv io a motion io anpurn, wnicn was car-' ned. j intended lo bestow notice on that Sonatoi'a J take. At the session of 1319, the Legisla remarks, believing him to be under halluci- ;ture rcsovej Coro we would con.i country rich and gave il revenue. Bat hi-ie wild us, the Amsxon, with the Misisiiipi and the tribulsrics of our inter tropical sea, drsins the climate and sods of to know, on the brtl postible authority, that home, and then exported in the form of cot be looks lo the election with a full uppreci- ton goods, il would have been increased in nation. !. . 'ion ol the Ethiopian sentiment : '11 cased vnlua four fold : and instead of an "reeaie He complimented the Senator from Ken- ;0tfr lhe mode hnd ";e3Sur c' redress, wo are doy wol d.m'i expert nuffen, for dty aim ; rrl t0 the amount of sixty six millions, tucky, Mr. Clay, ami expressed his graiiri.:i. would wait till the ilmot rroviso had be- guine to be disappointed ! ; our commercial record would have shown an ; 70' of latitude and fetches down lo the ocean tion at seeing him sgnin in ihis body. Hot coir.e a U, or til! slavety had been abolish i T,,E mciragUT QUESTION ' -'SrrE,l" "f one hundred and ninety-eight ! nil varieties of products snd aisples of com- ho proceeded to considor the various olj c- ! cJ ; ,he JJislrici of Columbia." Thiswould' t. v 'v'it i' . " .'u 'millions. This vastly enhanced exportation j mere that are to be found between 20 soutl Senator, Kwl, .,-. , ,, v .. ,. "c "ull"m"' wuj have Turnished Il.o means ..f exchange and 5C norlh. To exchange the products i bo drawing a line and the North would see of , WilllinIon ' f. ;Ilf rett,A ;mn ,., ; ,.,: ,n i,. n", ! ,.r.,, ,i... i,.,-e.. ,..,. .L. .u. , , - - - i . Ilw i tii.viiivi, iiiq ship has but to sad at furthest from the The New York Tribune mentions the re- lo the proposition, lie main'a.ncd that there -a a social an'J ' e! its f lice's such a stand would make hich leave no room fur doubt that all causes aucnentcd value, bond between na'ions which rrrj lirej that them ponder, and if they love the Unicn as ,,r j fr.r-nm ln.iwi.pn ih t i.-. .nrl ' 'n country so extensive ours, and a- tinr'sP nPipprjpPvriTrvpa .i .l 1 1 c ., , ' . ...... o. uir, snouiu coniorm ir.enscives to llie com- i,ev nrofes3 wou'd mnke ihein change iheir , , , . oounilmg in sucn varieties o piodiicis, ihe Tha ll.mw r.rnr,.AA i iW ,o,l., K.;. ! m nr.ini,,n r m,.,i,;.i ..i ,i... i "ie ProleSs w"u a mHke lne,n cnange their Gr , n . resneci n? the rronnsed Sin .u .... j r . : oess the election of officers - .Messrs. : could take no .(fence at the withdrawal of coure """" taking any step ;iat would en- Cj!,,, lhr0(Jgh jcara,ul bo promptly, ' culture, Commerce and Mufactuie.. all ! qienlly one .hip ta.i fccll carrv "exchange 1 nompson ot I ennsylvams, Lrowell, final-, our minister, while the measuie wu!d he an , rger it. amicably and satisfactory adjusted on terms room to expend and to tl .urish. There and bring back in a year as much merch.n en, and W hue, acting as tellers. Having, encourr-gemenl to the fiieudt of liberal priori- i At the rresenl session if the Leia!alure t ... ... : is no rivalry between them. but. on tho oth.'dise between ihU Ameriran f .... . nnnnrnii f in on n nin pi ini f m npn f rnn. ' - , - . . - . v, mniiih of the Amos m, dictanco of only 'J5;0 miles. The voyage can bt peifofmeil (here and bail i t ihiny-six dais: conse- o( Virginia a resolution was introduced by a (juc wr liaml a hArmnntmia en nnralinn. A mi i l.aitt t .1.;,. ... l.ni.nnM . I. . . -.. ,ve to the speedy prowcuiion and umnter- cu,ur0, wbich . it,j, ,ll8 raw n.a e.ial. isdo- si stem of .!,., Id world. Wl.ai im.nen.- .... ruptcd usefulness of the great undertaking ' pendent upon Commerce for conveyance lo t vanisge, what sources of wealth, power, aod in question. e cannot speak of details , maraet, and .vianuiactures, in sorno o its l greatness do we not hrhuld clus:enn snd powers of Christendom. voted ti:o without making a choice cf Die. Clerk. I Mr. F.iofr. rnmnlimpn'ril ftio r.' n i.' I Ir.t Mr. Chester Bader moved that the furlh j ter cf ex President Tyler in favor of the ; conltn,1,ee empowering that body to appoint er proceedings in the election of Clerk be Hjncarians. !1 slir.wcd also from tho re- i ""ur delegates on the part f the Slate, and . ... I Ml I UVSIIWIM " potiponej lr the present, ind that the Iliuse marks of Mr. Cobden, that tho example was . one lo be elected by each Congressional D.s- (ld(js Tfbun,..) lut we ba,e e,er rea,on o form, for its application lo satisfy human ' centering in this sea of the new world! r . -,6,,.,..,,.Q,,( uu ... .,u;a u.tu iu .in a-rugu :or inctto at end llie Sou: hern Coiiven lion. A n , .v . .u . n i- ,l wnis, ann nence tor its appreciable value ....iwj; unucixiiivu inai mc ureseui tecum-! repua;ican ireeuoin. i no tveystone Hlale , , , . ber.l wi-hes to be relieved. had snoken. md (he American nennl,. everv. ! "'P' " madB ly ,he chairman lo press To this there was objection. i where, had hld meetings and ixpresi-ed Mr. Marshall, of Kenlucky, aked leave their aen'imenfs. 1H deihsnded thai Con. to off-sr the following resolution, which was ' gress. as the representatives nf twenty mil read for information, viz : j Imns of people, should speak out in beliilf of Rrtolcrd, Thai Thomas J. Campbell, w ho : the nppresed. is now performinc tx erati. th d'jlies ofi The fc'ena'.e ari .urr.c 1. Clerk, should be sworn bv the Speaker, to'' el pro trmport as Clerk of this House, and! " HOUSE OK REPKKSKNTATIVES. tbsl he b" sworn accordingly The Hm-e met at 12 o'clork. Tti j ur U'.ject.ofi be ng ma le- nal ..f yes-erday havinj- be.. a read, ; ' ""ulu"'"""""' ! norarilv to act as an anl for a nublisher. he ' in,lU4.rv ai hnm. ih. r.w nr,W.. r ,i. ! l-nnle, an I o her vee.-i.bles will be s . Wi Mr. Marshall rmaike I. lht, as would he Mr. Gentry, i.f Tenn., wi.o h d unii' now 1 The following ar'ide from this New Or- ... , ..,, ,..,. r.,.,Hin ...K earih 'ielded bv Asncul un ar not enn.ev. 1 r"' '" be u.nl.lo cwtan perceived by the other side of the H .ue, ibis ben detained at h..me b domestic r.fil c ion. leans Oulleiin will give tome idea of I be feel-' ... . . , k. ti.. I . J ed by Commerce to distant markets across ' ,h''", The disease of the sweet polilo will -a. . concession lo tn. point mad. by .he , .jjpearea in his M.t lo-nay, and was q lai.fi illtr in , S,al, . , - ' e"y j ,bo it wil, be ,,r(.,u, be(ler mke(, gemlenijp from Alabama (Mr. Inge) the ed by taking Ihe umiI nath lo soppoil i!.e ! of (he Pos'master General is explicit on the I f8 ( j Bl bome wri,.rrbv Acriculture is otberd.y namely, that the House cannot at : Cor,ii,,ii,m of .lie L'oi.-d Sales. LOUISIANA AND DISUNION. ! p,, that the power of franking all aubscrip-1 ol only saved the cost of lon Aranep-.f la. .lPrr'He.T'rV. "re'o , r "v"' rf ' fr'sen,erl s P"1'" ll '',i,.9lr1' uU,",,", '"T "f lh" tioo letter, is given f. the Po.tmasteis, will, ! tion, but it finds also .he value "of lands and worn. lie anpealeu In tti law of nn tMn Imin hoiillfl (,lialm rj nraim,i irwlmn. hot heailed ilooiiiinniKla of :hn Nmiih I .l lh. ...1.; . I j ... r . v ,. , . ' " . ,.. V ... . ihn mf iinrloriianHiiin ihat. in dninv an. ha I lre,r prooucia IIS mere iseu. commerce v.. iiu-iicu hi mm inai ine oer- , lor rrencu eponiiion nrior to irui. pioaseu io noie iron inev never oreit-nu to in. a b --- ...rr... r .i.:. t. the resolution through in hot haste. But ob jection was rnise.l io them and afer discus sion they were laid on the table and made : the order of the day for Tr.ursdny Ihe 24ih ; insl. We doubt very much, wht-n ihey aro ; bretiht fairly before the Lerfi5lature, wheth er ihey wiU piss ai nil. Tins does nol look like North Carolina was alone. expect that Ihe two oceans will within three ! W-here nsml.e lerm "r.rr ., .In,.,.,. THE f-RKSENf YEAR. years be uniied by a ship canal through Ni- that s rl of labor which draws from the csrih ' A Gf"m:l" newspapi-r has recently publish caragm undr a gunraniy of its perpetual' Ihe original elements of value; and hence, t P'"!'''. by a IWdiciino monk, wh. f a . . i . . f .t . , it includes miners ail who dn for miner I dird l"s'.'he p irporl of whxh is thai lhe freedom and neulrulity by several of Ihe chief, '"Fl? 1 . .! n esenl vear. 1S3J. will U ,, of .. ,.l grsziers. Comtnerce must depetM upmi P""Pr'ly- The dilR-mit seds of chr-stiam-A.ricullure for the nroJ ina ami f,uiia il,. i w,!l I" 'bat j ear accord. The sulian wi I . . - - I,. . , , , THE FRANKING PKIVII.EGE OF POST MASTERS. The Postmaster General bas decided that . when s Postmasiet is sgenl, or chooses tern earth, and upon Manufarlures for goods and,''0 P "("ie''. '' his empire will become merchandise which give to Commerce the i lh""""- Rui will sutP-r irmih from a means of employment and profit. If, how. 'bke aatio.i cf ti.e cist. A German prince ever, by the er.tanemenl of nianufaclurinff 'M louo.1 an csalern empire. Oiain, fruit, on lion from Simuel Chalin-rs. nrain? imiein. hot headed ilisumooisis of the South, we are - r ... ... i,, uiciM-r- i ""i ,n.ii riy.jii'in'Fii uiiiir in i:u . .MT.n-ii m i,i iti.i ni-i i ,i,r- iit;vi.-r iii e , triiu I il I ii. " ...... ..... ... fl . . r. .i. i. . . . i . . ... "! . , i i . - . , ; . . . r. ' . . . . i i ' i i . uiirt iiui piiia-i iiiiiii una. ii irnins a lien ton acting as Clerk oogln to be sworn. winch as refered lo the ComniHtee or, elude the Stale of Louisiana. O.i this point, is acting as the sgent of Ihe publisher, and nol j corn.,en,.,jon jn lh8 ti(iiojJ T of produc The Speaker reminded tbe gentleman that ; Foreign Affairs. j at Icnit, they exhibit a soundness of judninem t, the agent of the Department. He further ! ij,,s carried by -h-mr-siic industry "asiie...! M r if.r.r.i 1 m ved '.hat ,he . f I i. 1 n, In '"T" 't .r"" b,,,i' ! "'"I '"IV" " ' d(',""-u';h ,h" ..ate. thai the f.cl of a postmaster flanking ' ly . possible to ,h. point necssary to fi. Mr. attrshall moved that the rules (which r's in order was O.e election ..f olh-er. ; rest of their vi. vs or proceedings. L -uis. . ..' . .. .. i.em for ultimate eontumntioii " rrqa.re lhe resolution lo lie over) be su-pen The roll was lhe.. clU-d-the .line gemle- ' ana is as sensible of her j it rights, and will letters to a pub'isher will be regarded by Ihe " ,or ummaie cons.imniiuii. ded, that a rut ratglil be liken on the pro j men announced ye-terday, ac.in as lellers. j as promptly resist a real mvas on .f them, at Department as a presumpiimi that he it an A conespnndent of the " Baltimore Sun," P"'!lon- There wns three ballottiiics for Clerk to-'any other Slate, eiiher of lhe Southern or .... for thr nublilier. If. iherofure. anv rii... r,... IV.l..... .... . ..r ii..v .V ; oilier portion .-I the lnio,,, bin liu is not !,s- nf thm n,m nn..m..,r. .un(i ... . x-hi mot Proviso, thai its falo " is sealed in Ihe every linn cease, and old men will nol re. member such a year of fruti fulness. The wine of this jear will surpass thai of 'i year of the comet. furefe Paper. St. r. . .. . .. i . a... warier inquireo woeiner the House : uay out no eiec ion. had ool belter elect a Clerk before I After the 10th " f Mr. Brin ks and Mr. II, llurd lo postpone lhe d .nger in every breEs, and bristling nP and , " ,0 ,heir Pf'"'1'!;" '' respect, they Mr. Marshall would answer: Mr. Camp-' election of all officers, except sergeant at j th ea'oning a resort to nriris because a Norlh-' "ow have the ofTicial decision of Ihe Depart bell was aeling as Clerk, and ought lo be S arms, un'il September next. ern fanatic delivers a tirade against our do-' merit on the subject. w. .v. . an. i mo tour ru eo inai inu orucr passei rjy ; mesiiC liistulon ; but, lot leal danger ap. Mr. Scbenck suggested lo Ihe gentleman the House, to go into an election, was indi- peor.sl.o s ill bo found as " prompt in action" urn lYcmucny, inn ini eaa oi moving a sus- i visioie, ana mar, it a pTsrpnnernent was made, as those ho make io much noise ou una- it must be of all the officers. "inaiv wrongs. peusion of th rules, he offar another resolu tion, appomt.nj. T. J. Campbell Clerk. The bpeakc. thought ibat a resolution of inai cnaracier would not be in order, unless by suspension of tbi rules. Tho question was then taken on ! mo lion of Mr. Marshall and decided in Ihe ne. galive two-thirds not voting in f4or of il. Mr. Kaufman offered a resolution, that if on the next vote for Clerk, no person have a majority of all Ihe volet a plurality shall eieci. Objection wa made, when Mr. Kaufman moved a suspension of the rule. Tbe question wat taken aod decided io the A LIEUTENANT HORSE. If a man who Hands in tbe place of aooih er be called a lieutenant, as a lieutenant col- Mr. Richardson here moved th it there be I It was once sneeringly remarked on the1 . ' rail of the House, and on which mm,,,,. ! ( f Cnna,,.. in rotor..,. . Vh i:. ; onel dtc' l"tn whatever standi a call of the House, and on which motion Mr. Bayly demanded tha yeas and nsjs, which being ordered the questim resulted in Ihe negative by yeas G9, nays 141. Mr. Brooks then moved lo postpone the election of ollicers of the House until Sep (ember next, and on that motion demanded Ihe yeas and nayt, which were ordered. The House refused lo postpone by yeas G7, nays 139. Mr. Meade made an ineffectual effort lo introduce resolution to lepeal all the rules of Ihe House, which presented a bar lo the j eledion oft Clerk by a plurality vote. The -il-.ee Ihea adjourned till to-morrow. floor of Cong.e.s. in reference to North Car- on"' ,n n,"' ot 10 olina, that she was the last Slate which give ; ,na Placo norra mu" be a lieutenant in her adhesion lo Die present consiiiunon ; ' horse. If to, then did we list Tucsdsy see o which . North Carolina member replied,'. ieuienanl hor.e. A gentleman came rid 'hal, if she was Ihe last S'ate to come into'. ... , ,, ,. ... the Union, she would likewise be the last to"18 ,n ,n 0,d fM,h'one(J 8'2. bul ,n- go out of it. The reply was appropriate and atead of horse, mare, or mu'e, he had in the well-timed, bul would have been more cor. shafts an ox reel had he said she would be one of the last Sonne. Thai body, eminently conservative, will not pass il. Mr Benton will not vote for it ; some of the Norlhorn Senators, fr ends nf the sdminislrstinn, will help to bury il. Mr. Hale, by offering hit YVilmol proviso amendment la Mr. Fume's resolution, will be the hern of an unfinished tragedy. His vir- rirTSlIURU FI.EC1IO.N -A PRISONER E. I.KCTF.D MAYOR. The Pittsburg p -pers ful'y endorse the tel egraphic account of Iho election of J.aeph (Inker ss Mayor of Pilisburg. The successful candidate, it will be re membered, was sentenced lu six months im prisonment about Iwo months since, on tha chargi of pei silting in the use of indecent and b'asphemnus language in the streets, by , pruschiiig igain t the Catho'ics something , similar to the hiranguet of lhe Monk of La , Trappe. 4 A despatch was rei rived al Pittsburg, Irorn Harrisburg, on the day before the election, announcing that Ihe Governor had pardoned llarker, but Ihe pardon had not reached that ..... - :il . , i .i ,.., k..i. . V V j ""."l'. 'T P ' Thursday, and Iho Mayor elect he will nol even be permitted to slab himself. . ' Il appeared to bo something snaasaw (A ltla Isnarat C naaas auL. iL... J a . a . r ," " HUr lJ VT If, Willi KllllsffQU "P.Tot,l B',aran'y ,h!1 L"U,,,a round in all their juvenile strength. Il was win uui prcceac n'r or any oilier B ale in , l . c, i . - - ii,.i ti . l I , ., . I he first horned horse ever we saw io a gig. lhat movement. The whole of this outcry,! Qdttboro Argvt. however, on imaginary or apprehended dan-1 iter, and abstrsct questions on tho subject of Why ia the tun tike a gooJ loaf? Because slavery, whch have no practical bearing or ef- it it light when it risct. Mr. City, the monumental srandeur of the Senate, will employ tha influence nf hit magic nirne and li e eloquence which on former oc casionsrpielled the storm of popular passions, preserve tho Union and bliss of his country. Mr. Se aid may act Ihe demagogue in Ihe Senate, as he pleases. He oes the Union nothing, and lhe Union di es not rare for him. Like the woman in Solomon's Judgment, he it contending for hit half. Mr. Clay has, on more thin one occasion, stood aside to preserve hit offspring, and what ho has done for mere parly, he will do with a thousand limes more cheerfulness for lit whole coun. lty.v-Rul. Rrg. A NEW ARTICLE OF DIET. -A short lime since a person in Ihe western part of this ctunty found buried in the aand a nest of epg Supposing them lo be turtle eggs, and being passionately fond of thai ar ticle, hn carried Ihein home, had I hem proper ly cooked, and commenced Lis luscious repast After eming fourteen, unsighl and unseen," e iirinsjty prompted him lo examine lhe " critt lors," when, upon opening one nf those left, he found an infant Uviroctr beautifully coil. ed iheroin. Reader, place yourself in hie Condition, and then ymi may know liii fuel, ing. Oakland G ustttt, '