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THE RUTLAND HERALD. ky tVr-old tr r-oorirrtl-d, to-4 rvftct tot tbrtn bjiih-4 ia she Ct tint urn. A fftjtf aa ily, tjfriVr tbe irtcWri f lUt rpiril which l l vy i Kcttntilt Jo- a ftrstef of J !f grtfl In til irpubhc, BKit, sex) would, il w tl believed, kcr&ctimn irxrd iheta. To guard againtt tbit in-ff, aoJ to mit tbe rijiMs of each inditldoal tW eiif-tt of crMlrop Department Independent f if MUr, atd rutble oaly (a the lw, tuiofJlr-d. Seemly wae this pnco .faint! any pal. r.okbon of ihe ConUitulos, lo the injury of isimdHtJt, or a rai&onty ptrty. Hut it w still fMlW) for a wilf.l end eicitrd majority to enact l cf lb frrateal inytrticc t4 tyranny, without o!tlnj lb Irttrt of Um rWlrr. Ar4 bs I Uti to U l arigiaofth veto pow. sat, ai well iv tbe Bute Government, a that of the Ufcitrd State-. It ppr to baw hoeo tlm inten tioa to eirate an nmpir the contending ftct.ont which had existed, it was believed, and troohl fc-ntlrtoe lo eiM. If there was any propri ety in adopting tbit principle in tt Goternuvsnt uf Htate, all tbe reasons in faror of it existed m i ttrnfUd degree for incorporating it. in that of the UniltJ fkatea. Tbc operation of the latttr, exten ding our a iratnentc tract of country, unbracing tb product of lmot every ehme, and that coun trv sfivldfd loo into a number of prale Govern ment, in many reaped independent of each other and of the common frdtral bead, left but liltl. hope that lb could slwye becmd on in harmony. Il coold not be doubted thai evctlnnal tmriett oald at ((me preJumm&te in the boaomaoflhe ImnMUte reMtacntaliTCt of the pcopla and the Rule, and combinationa formed dcntruetlve of the public (food, or wpitl and oppreme to a minority, Wbsro could a power to cbecl tbcie local feel and to destroy the eflccla of umuat cotnbinl teat, ib better placed than in the !ianda,of that do- ptmet)t wha authoarily, bctn dented irom inc aim nnman aoveteiirn. i co-titdkilt with tho reat. and which eohva the creat diatinction ot be ins at onto the immediala repreaentat'na of the wnofc Proole.ra well an of cash particular ritate I In the former elmracttr, the mtcrcata of the whole community would be rigidly aupportcd, and ia the latter, the riehta of each myniber a'.eodfatt- ly maintained. The repreaentation from tho State intkmiriiita in tho Electoral CoHcee. I eoimdcr r of the moat felicitou fcaturei In tbc Constilu rinn. It aervct aa an eternal memento to the Chief Mac'utrale that k ia hia duty to guard tho in tcreata of the work apainat tlo umuat aggrcariona fifth at rung nmi powerful, r rom theaa premUca ytnr will conclude that I consider the fpialificd tcto upon lire acta or tho !gilature, eonfered by (ho ConMitOtroa upon the PreaKlcitt, as a comrrv alirc powei, intended only to bo used to aecuro the inatrumeiit ilaelf from violation or, In times of high party exeicmcnt, lo protect tho r'rghta of the inlnor it y, and tho Jntercata of the weaker member of the Union. 8uch, indeed, ia my opinion, ana tuch indeed wo mud believe to be the opinion of nearly all tho diatinguiihcd men who have filled the Ex ecutive Chair. If I were PreaiJent of the United BtatM, sn act whicb diw not involve cither of the principlci abore enumerated, muat have been pasa ed under very peculiar circumataocca of precipi tancy or oppoailion to tho known public will, to induce me lo rcfuoe to it my aanction. tfthe opinion I have, iven ofthemolivea of of the framera or tbe Uonalitution, in giving me run nawer la tho PrcaWent. ia correct, it follow s that they never could have expected that he who waa conttltuled the umpi'e between contending factions ahould ever identify himtelf willi the inter- eat of one of tbem, and voluntary raztt himaclf from the nroud cmiocnee of leader or a nation to that of chief of a party. I can catily concicvo the rli!n?e ofa atalo oftbinca by which the Chief Mac'iatratc of a State may be forced to act upon nartr nrinciplea : but audi a course is entirely op noted to all the oblicalion Jich tbc Constitution imposes on a PrrakJent of the United State. The immewe influence he pocca will always give a bla nartv the preponderance, and the very or cumatancc oflla beiog an Executive party will bo the eauao of infoaing bitterneaa and vindictive teel Ing in thcoe domestic contest. Under there cir cmnstanccs. the oualfied veto gitn by tbe Con atitution may, if tho President ahould think proper to ebaogo its character, become as absoluto in practice as that pouiesfcd by tbe Kings of England and France. From the great variety of local inter- eata acting opou the mcmbeta of tbc two Mou aes of Concres. and from tho difficulty of keep inir all the individual of a large party under the control of part discipline, laws will often be pas sed by smsll majorities adverse to tbe interests of tbe dominant party 5 but ir ihe rrcaident .iiouid think proper to no the veto power for tbe purpose of promoting the inleresta of hia party, it will be in vain to expect that a majority so large aa iwo third in both House would be found in opposition to his wishes. In tbe bsnd of such a President, tbc qualified veto of the Constitution would in prac tice become absolute. I have, upon another occasion, expressed my view upon the danger ofa dominant Executive party. It may. perhaps, be said that the Chief Magistrate will find it impossible lo avoid tbc in fluence or party spirit. Several of our uhiet Ala cistrates. boweicr, bave been able lo escape ila in foencc.or, what is Ibe same thing, to act aa if lby did not fetl it. As one mode of avoiding it, it would hj my aim to interfere with tbe legislation of Cor.greaa a little as possible. The clause the Constitution which make it tbe duty of tbe I ieidrnt to give Congress Information or the state of tbeUniou, and lo recommend to Ibeir con - titration ascb metiuc as be aha!! judge necetta - ry and expedient, could never be intended to make bun tbe twroe of legislation. Information should always be frankly given,- aad.reoaimcndatioiia upon each mature a coc-ie more immediaUly under hi cogntusco than ibexm Rut there il iboold end. If be elbould undertake lo prepare the bastoesa of legislation fer the action ofCngre', or to assume tba character of code tniker for the nation, ibe rc roral interval wlr.ch bt will tik in the success of hi Rteaerrs will tcceatanty convert htm into a p4ftiaan,ard w.ll totally incapacitate him from per formiaf (ho part cflbat impartial umpire, which U t'eberacter that I b'ne tuppotod tbe Coiutrtulion later! bun lo asaum. when Ibe act red by the Lr-gitlv-Ur ar submitted to Iu decision. .1 do bt thisk U br any meass.Deceasary tnat be should tasa tbV Wad aa a reformer, even wbeo reformaiion is, fo Via ofanioo. Beaar, Reforwer will be never wasting wbe a t well oacVsrstood ibat lb poufr Mhirh wlsida tbe whole patroBtge of tie c Uen iU Dot offoM tbe reformation. W 11 HARRISON. Ja ikt Hoo Uistwop Witiiiitt. Hectic Intelligence. Amuthii mBwT is aiaaioj corim. ai grollnnao write a followa froa Marroo city, ea-1 ted Sllfa nit. -A report r.cb . that I)r Bo.- Z Z7y bTMwTtK'u Krib A votinc man whom Vuldrow brvoght out from I io.i.S ..., the Hast itb him, to effleiate in tte capamy 01 rcretry, bat been eryrwliTT htraaeir puoiitiy for of Abolition, aM eaji wen eoriveiy "KK in dreolatlnff Abohtlon paper. Tbe eooioice waa that a mob or rmm ou to ivu mrnwM mc vmief man, am i iu r...-k - . . ur oter him ; but, afle' consultation, let him e. 1 cape, rue mot men weni 10 mc vourKf, wuuu box of Abolition publications, brought then to town nA hrr.d' them. On Sunday. Dr Nelson preach - ed at a place called the Camp Ground, aavet mile rrom 1'almrrt. immeoranny ancr , ... . 1 . ... n . 1. - . t... r tk, ermon. Motdruw roae with- paper in one hand, and a knife (open) in tbe other. He commences reading lb. pspcr. (containing request that al persona in faror of the Abolition of Slavery ahould aoUscnoe aucn araouui mc rr' 'a L . a 1. . kAis l.t n rri raair fir I tbe accompUilimciit of that object, so aoon aa tbe government wouiu iaae mc mancr i a Ur Itosley rose tnu Miui mi no one uUl wvu..- drcl would, at that time, act aa ne was oomg. .Mulrirow answercu, inai nc w ui iu u tiia, Tbe Doctor lhn struck at him with hia cane the sheath came 0O7 nd some one iook me .won, o.n ofbiahandr he-then drew a pistol, and Muldrow plunged h"ia knife into hi side. Hopes are cnicr lalned thai he may recover. M. mounted Ws horse and rodo home, and for somo time all waa confu sion at tbc Camp Ground ladies fainting, children cring,&c. The Sheriff, was told by Or Uarxe that M. ahould be deincrcu up, prouoeu nouisnm . 1 r 1 1 j: i sed his rorr, and would guarantee Ins ssiety unni ilwv could confine nun in rannyra. ,10 uiu av, 1 - j ,11. A I and yericrilay he was brought there, accompanied by Ur ray snu a numucr 01 an menus. 1 he will havo his trial. He is a vety unpopular man in this country, and I should not at all ba as tonished if ho should" havo to undergo the process of Lynching. Thia evening I expect to know the result. "Dr Nelson endeavored to escape, but as taken at Quincy; and yesterday ono or two of the young men at the (Jollcge sent a threat to Palmyra, ihot they would would express their views on tho subject of ition, in defiance of ibe. lnl 8 any of forty-two left for tho College, on horse- Abol company back. What tho result will be I shall not know mil evening." .lingular Coincide,. During tho trial of o -I Robinson, several panes of glass in the windows of the Court room were broken by tho pressure of the crowd in tho room: and aingulr as it may appear, tho outline of tbc break in one or the panes presents tbe perfect profile ofa female head nnd neck, the feature, coarse, but uniform, the hair done up, and secured by a comb 10 the usual manner. I he pro rile is about tho xizo of fife, and could not have been cut out with a diamond more perfectly than it nncar. Il ia indeed a strange fret, and the coin -'.iti.nrfi ia well calculated to impress the mind of the superstitious with presentiments ominous and unfathomable. Tho broken pane baa not been ro- moved, and tbe "utrange woman" may be seen by any peraon atand.ng m the rear of the west wing oi the hall. .V. 1. Sun. SmufirUnc Extraordinunt' About Tuesdav last.aa the American ship Sp'endcd, with n..u.-TPr for N. York-, was coinir iurouu 111c . . . north locka of the Prince'. Dock, a flour barrel, eup poecd to containe bread, was brought alongside Preparations wcro immediately made for putting on board, but by somo chance or other the fatten ing slipped, and down it went between the vessel and the quay. Before it reached the water the head stsrteu, when, to the asionibiimeni 01 me nu- t uu- no of ....... t,...,ir.flnra lttfirifT lipinrr. in llie bS ..... uu. u, o o. . A, Ii'i-li k L ., I,.nd L was immrdlatel v dra; f it il. am .r Mia at1 " i rnnniMI rtitr f c I m a rirml WitVinill fWrfflPr dAlliaiTi thftfl & 1700(1 ducking and the lose of his shoes. Tho poor fel- low raid that he had been conned in llie barrel lor about two hours, and had given a aotereign, all that ho possessed, to some person to sraugglo him gcoll w-,i gu(rcr TnlbVir health and reputation, bc nn board in the above manner, and thus evade pay- r..tr, ,i,. ,ii,n nnrti -n l, cnhrliipil. The ing tbe regular passage money. .V.' '. Mei. An action brought by tbc U. State against II. M. Lamb, lately a clerk in the Treasury Depart- ment, waa Hied in the Circuit at Washington a few days since. The suit was brought to recover the sum ofll,850,an alleged defect in the delcndutit's accounts with the Covcrnmcnt. The books had been destroyed by the burning of the Troaaury De partment, and, until icccnt disclosures implicating other persons, Mr Lamb Isy under tbe suspicion of I Laving caused, the fire for the purpose ol destrying the evidence of his delinquencies. The trjal, how ever, with tbe discoveries above alluded to, have entirely exonerated him. Tho Jury found a Ver dict fur tho defendant. A melancholy event occurred in th'u city last Saturday, in the death of Jamea R. M'Coonell, an interesting and promising lad of 11 year, of age, ko fell from a boat into Connecticut river and was drowned. He was the only son of tho late Di. Robert C. M'Connell, of Liberty County, Georgia, His mother had taken up her residence in thia city. wilb a view to hi education, but a mysterious Pro 1 vidence baa called her to mourn hi early and aud j den death. The sympathies of a numerous circle offircnds in this community, bate been strongly excited by this dcstrcsaicg occurence. ar(brrf Cov rant. QvieJc il'ork. Tbe Harpers, of New York,) have jott Jaaued, in oue volume of 278 pages 'lain of The ir.otMU and field Thia work was tet-up, stereotyped, worked off and bouud, in THia- tt an iiocaa ! Aliany Jaumal. - 'laolaer Itrxolvtionary Patriot gone ! Jonathan Drown, one of the earliest settlers ofRenaelser Co. sited at hi redtnc.in Pittalown, at tbe age of 53, on Saturday last, lie waa an Eurirn in Col. Van rebauVs regiment, and was engaged under General Mark, at me battle or Hecmngiorr. He was also at the battleof Bemis Height and the surrender of Rargoyoe. Judge Brown held the r8ie of 8hcr uTef.A'sAny county, under the old orgaeiwlioa of eounliea. He afterward repeatedly repreaented lb county ofRe&aseUer in oor Stale Legialatore, and u many ;er Judge of couaty courts. .ft' Indian War. ,1., v . m m. . "T w . Baa) Wo htM nothing new froan.liw Creek frontier, rrtmt tU Nownao P.!Udiu. .01 U aeen ib.t .ene. fear. urtained oflmsiMidUte btilie onthe part oflhi .1? 4 mi ......... Cherokee, wbo are itmUMwa witn tne treaty Uu Baj8 wjtb tj, u. S. MORE INDIAN WAR. 7c CW't are vv.' have two lettera i.roro - us. one irom v.oi. I rr, cuiriimnuiiiir iu wi ,0 Gfn Woodj stAting that tbd inhabitanla tbe froniiera of thai country r in grtat con on.accounl itbe hostile movemrnta of ri..r.Vr.. II. raised a votunteer mount . gomolnr lo Mi (Pia upon lt Lidiao, and . a. 1.1 . k,m , rordoauoua the- me 01 uarrwl aou ue c, . , They march lo their atation und thjmmand of Lieut. Colonel w SBt Another from. G. Springar, Bsfl.. fi Wood. atatW that tBero is a laro Prly in .nii 4Uout ctdartown. the prasorit oounty sue 01 '.. ratlljin - whote 3,cffneol are evidently hostile the w,ite iobabittnta are under great alarm t,ist tb &fC wt(joot ammunilion, and urgea , (j0-oeilLu c,rn!.h a auonly as eouu. as practi .li .lnnmor4 .u ,br Cedartown haa been-lsid in . inJ from (weWe n twiV.tB butcher ed by the Cherokee. Vo have also been inform od that tho mail earner wha-ridca lliKMigh Cedar town refuses to return on account of the hostile op- pearance of (lie Indiana wheihe passed through a few days ago. We bave this moment been inform ed by Judge Springer, wbo has Just arrived from Carroll, that a number nf families havo already coineovcr jtlt0 Carroll from Paulding, that the In ,. r , iu-,j ,. .nm,,i. from 3 to oiau ivitL " . -. ------ - 50QQ t,at thej inso;cnly demBnd provisions from the whitest and arc robbing then of their cattle. One Indian baa been killed in the act of driving off cattle. As blood he been ahod.the inhabitants are fearful thai aa tbe-troops from this sectioa leave for the creek nation, tho Cherokcea will rue and commence a gensial massacre : therefore wo anti cipate that our volunteors, on their arrival at head mmrters. will recclvo orders lo countermarch to pQgj their own hones, as tho present seat' of the ,pprchctidl hostilities is only about a day', ride ' ' . Indian Intcll'iRcucc A letter from Quincy in I KM-.:.!. ...... ... n.n.ru lo.l orriunrl nl Tut. ' " "D"", "V" ' InliiKcpo in inrorm iho travcrnmer.t that our volun teers havo succeeded in rcliuving the Block house on the Withlacoocho ; and they have now gone up tho Sawbnuco in a steamboat to roUe-ve McCance and his little beseiged company. Tbe Saturday previous two steamboat, that came down from Col umbus were fiercely attacked on their passage but no damage done. An express arrived at Columbus on the od mat. from fori McCary, bringing iatelligonce that the Crawford infantry consisting of sixty or seventy roeo, under Maj. Drowc Md a ngiit win, me inoi ana tbc samo morning, Iking informed that the Indians had canoes, and intended crossing the river . Tl 1. 1 ' .- T - .... . I, .. n. . .t ,n ttin nl.on Ulil in an,buh( w, cn aboill 1Q Indians in four canooes, started across. The whites fired, and three Indians were seen to tumble from tbc cnr.oes into the river. The Indians on thoopposite bank then presented tbcniselve;, and returned the fire. The firinir cont'muod across tho river until the am munition of the whiles was exhausted, w'icu they retired. One white man was killed, Tho next day four companion left Columbus for the sceno ot action. Con. Scott was at Columbus, confined to hi .,.m,. I,u cirUnp... finn. Tnnn waa to havo , . 1 .1 r.t I 1... lea for Tuskegcc the next day the fitb, escorted by three companies of mounted men. troops were ii.ren cnmnanics of mounted men. Troops daily.but few of them armed. 1 Errroif ofa Utter dated Jlathinglon, June 18A. Our Indian disturbances ore far from being set- ,ie(i an(i we rear lnore 00mmancinir cenerals than ttll etIcra rccciv'ed at Washington state that they arc in aauarla all over the counlrv. and white neo- I pe CBt) neithcr pass or repass unless at the most imminent hazard of their lives. Reeidcs.thesn dan- I gcra are jajy thickening upon us. Already has it keCR founj indi9pensible to order, forthwith, 2300 nicn l0 Athens, (Tenn.) 0rw,ich Gen. Wool is to ... command .and leaves Washintrton on Monday for that purpose, on account of auspicious mcnts on the part of the Cherokee. move front the A'atitnal Inleltigtneer. A very fine company of volunteers, consisting of upwards of one hundred active young mcn.cliiel- ly rcsidcnl. oflhi city, under tbe command of Capt. E. B. Robinaon.foremely of Virginia.embark- ed in the ateatnef Columbia, on Monday lad, for Norfolk, on their way to the scene of Indian ho- tilitie in the south. These young men, of whom a considerable portion came from Virginia fur the ezpres purpose of joining the corps, formed them selves into a military company,clcted their officer, tendered their services to the President for the In dian war, were accepted, armed, iuustartd into ser vice, snd have promptly set out on their patriotic errand. The- spirit which prompted tbe geneious offer is a sufficient pledge that it will be gallantly sustained. May their tucccs. ba as brilliant as their conduct is honorable to them. SUrer DalU. Gov. Call, of Florid., in an offl- cial despatch, state lhatthe party in tbe Block House had been firod upon incessantly by the Indi- ana that the logs of the House were filled with balls, some oflead, aome of petwer, and aome of Wrrr: be btd obtained on. of the latter, cut oul from the logs, and cannot determine whether auch a Bullet la ovidence of a scanty aupply of arnuni- lion, or a upersUliou belief in Ibe efficacy of V- The packet .hip Ssraparra arnred yesterdsy from lbwt ,ectiolu ,31bi uth lsth out ofth London.bavtng on board 067,000 in gold being I bi( mhuU lmBeJUu,r toUrt,t w re. . PC l Umilh ,M Is, tJ ?rDU I J "hicb rrlaU to lb dittributioo of lb. wnilus the U. 6. Bank, which added to the f.c. tie. now mnaa w, afforded by the City Bank, wilt doobtlea tend! .peedily to relies the pressure in the money mark- j p-ffiTfift et.biCbUlrMr:yBUCbcaier.irfay.f9rwff.jtht j,y 6f y,0iury,lrhua buadrwl aaJ thirty i A rt'' . wt re p; th tua of 5 mUliwi ef dolWt Ahtll V THE RIITLAN. HERALV. TUKSD.1Y, JU.YE 29 1930. MATxevAL ixojorr. VOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. 8, WILLIAM H. HARRISON). or 01110. FOR VCE PRESIDENT. FRANCIS GRANUER, on saw itnn. STATE TICKET. For OoTsroor, SILAS Hv JE . IIOIV. FbrLt Oovcraor, DAVID M. CAMP For Tresiurer. AUOU8TINB CLARK. VM MKHBKROr COMGRKSS SCCORI, DiaXNKSX. WILLIAin GLAIVE. SEKATORS FOR HCTLaRD COCftTV. ROHEItT PIERPOINT, WILLIAM C. KITTIUDGE, TIJOMAS I). HAMMOND. From Washington Highly Im portant. PASSAGE OF THE SURPLUS REVENUE BILL. REGCMTION Or-TIIErOBMC DKrOSITES "THE rA Tt" SCATTERED AMD BLOWK TO THE FOUR WIHPS, ASP CnMM.ETr.I.T PROSTRATED, A5D BEHTON, WRIGHT, ADD THE IIKIR APrAREHT DIVESTED Or ALL TIIKIR ARTKtrATKD "OLORy" ! ! ! I The newt Irom Wwhlngloabr the last taaili it cherr- ; ! The Surplus Ravcnue or Depotite Bill, introduced by Mr Webtler, and which our readers will recollect. pnucd the Senate a week or two linco by an overwhelm in; majprity, (40 to 6.) paised Hie House of Repreientfc tivet, after a hard foujht battle, on Tuesday Inst by an equal decisive majority, (155 lo 33.) It appears that all tbe blustering of "Old Hickory," tbe magic of the New Yoik Conjurer, and all his wire- workers, (Wright, Denton, Cambrcleng and othert) did not defeat the bill. Tbe passage of which, says a Wash ington correspondent, was "glory enough for one day" for the Whigs. This "Waterloo defeat" of th Expungen is on of the greatest blow vrs that the Administration, havo met with. It will doubtless mainly frustrate all the fine schemes of speculation anil visionary projects in contem plation. The golden humbugs and th "expunging schemes will all evaporate and it would not ba surpri sing if Hbo party" should hall down the Dutch flag and The New York American of Thursday, thus alludes to the Administration, and lo this subject The remarks however were md prior but in anticipation of the pas sage ol tbe Deposite and Revenue bill. Economy ard revorm. It is certainly fitted to ex cite special wonder, that an administration which tuccee ded in overturning that which went before it, and in es Ublithing itself in the vacant placet, under tha plea, eve ry where put forth, and otlenlatiouslr proclaimed, of E conumy and Reform, should now stake its existence at it were, and bend all itt force, on the ittue of spending the Urzest poiib!e amount of public moniei, rather than per mit any surplus to inure to the benefit of tbe neonle. 1 irom wnote pucaei ,1 it laneu. ! Such nevertheless is Ihe fact and yet it does not cm to excite surprise, or, hereabout?, at least, to qualify (he unquesuooiiig ooeuieuce 01 pariuaninip. 1 uwiug iu cause?, iuiiic ui gcucrai anu tome 01 a pe BrbUri(ry Datur. th revtnllc of , eorJ?a , ment j, swelled loan amouul danzerousJv exceedin-r the IcgitimaU ana oruiuary wools or llic government. Wlut under tuch circumstance?, should be the course of econo mists and rcformerr.supposinglliemlo be sincere i Not certainly, because Ihe money is in hand, to spend il; but rather inatoucb as, owing lo causes over which we have little control, the revenue docs, anil must continue to, accumulate to give back to the people, iu tome tuch way at lo iniringe no L.onsiiiuuonai provmnnr, and to alarm no scruples, however ready, the excett beyood the j reasonable and proper wants of the Ooveiomeai aoie ami proper warns oi inc i.oveiomeul. buili is, in net, llie proposition tuggctleU by Mi Wfcbflrr, which Mr Rites and Mr, Talinadge stulaiuod and which Ihn Senate with extraordinary unanimity, adopted. Out what is the proportion of Mr Wright and Mr Benton, speaking the wishes of Mr Van llureu .' To if tnS fifty militant of dollars ! more than four timet the whole ordiuary expenditures uf tbe government in for tificationt, and naval and military equipment!; and tu that end, callt are made on the Dcpnrtuauti to ascertain the largrtt sums they can abtoib in this way! Out even this ituot enough. Mr Vii;ht, fearing I hat there) may itill be tome excett which the people might detirc fur Iheir own ute, propose to convert the Treasury into a iii.i , .1 ru-l..lnllllll nn.rn.'.n.l llml sit ...r.r.iA. II. erwise enoroprialed. thould lie invcsled uixm interett in ttnekt created hy the Slatei ! Jobi, Uvoriliiai, gambling speculation, inordinate and wasteful expenditures, iai- ponible works, and works, wher possible, useleit, if not possible works, ana works, wher. po.s.ble. useless, if not mitcbii-ro'is all, any thin; it to be preferred, tu letting Ihe people have back ! Ibe.r own.aod using it In Uieir own way. This is no exarrerated statement. The whole oppo sition now to the depoaite bill before Uie House turns up on th iwint, w bather the enormous appropriations lor fortifications, Ac, which Mr Renton and bis clan call for, shall b made; or whether oUerving the judicious pro- cett heretofore adopted, of annual gradual appropriation! of tuch tumt only at can be advantageously employed (he turplut of between SO aod 30 cillioni, wbidi will then remain in lb Treatury, shall be, until wanted, de potiled without interest with tbeStalrt. Could any man, not bound and blioded by party tiet, hwital at to the proper decition.of this quastion t Yet we shall tte the untcrupuloot New York baod in the House of Representatives, reporting to rry expedient, and aolinx alwayt in a compact body, tupportiog rry maneuver to defeat the Seoate't bill, and Ihut leave these millioo upon million! ia ba taaoaged by th partiiaa s-of (AeCaar,aoJ io Ibe promotion of his abiliout views. They will U dfald-w believe and bope in that House) aod thy and their leader should b tfcimeJ and difgraced befor the nation.. THE DEPOSITE BILL. Thu important Bill wbtcb it now befor ui In th j ,h,p j0 ti probably patud, conUint 15 sections, j Tbe fl lw,jr, ((lt, l0 pr0TiJo ,or mott (.keep. iriv.l . .: - . .u r ' - - deposited with th tertral f lals In proportion te (Wr rtpcir rpTvrntatloo ia Ihe Sroat aod Ium f RrprfiroUtirri of Ibe Congrvts of tb U. 84. aol lb Setrt-ttry pf th Treasuarv shall delirrr th a U tx-h pfttont i th vrrai Sutet Biay autbotiia c il, on rwiring r-ertifiratrt if drntit, sirnaJ.by th competent authnritirt of toch Plat. ch tct toi amouul atnl la tuch form as the Stsrr of th Tra tuary may prcribe, which shall tt forlh and ipraM the ot.licatioo of the State to pay th amount tbtrMflo th U.S., or their anient t aoJ which hM ertl8cala It tliall t enmprt.ol for lira Svrtary of th Traaiaary intb asm aoJ thall of lb U. 8.1 l aril anJ astitn wbtntrrr It tliall b Dt,, rT, f waotofothtr moy, mlKlr.iii.ry l niMl approprUtlctit mad by Coo. grrt, all talrt and anignmtntt, however. In l a rct.abl and in Jott and equal proportions, among all lh Slats, according to tl amounts m-eivrt by Ihrm rptlvly and all uob ceitifirale and iirptMHet aha.ll b subject to, and shall brar an interest office per rtulura per annom rmyable half vrarly. Roan the lim of tuch tale and at. tigumtnt andtball'b redtemabl at lb plrsturaof lh Stain in u ins lh tame. 8kc, H, And bm it furthrrrcnaetrd, Tliat the laid d. posites shall b mada Wlh.lh Slates ia th following timet via. One quarter part na.lM &nt day of Jaaaary eighteen hundred and thirty tarru, or a toon thereafter at may be 1 on quarter part 00 the flrtl dsy of April; on quarter part 00 the 6rtt of Julyi- and one quarter part on lh lint of Qctphriall loth ram year. se. 15. An4tK Uilurthea enattfU; That to enable the Seerrlcrv oftha Trvaiuary to carry into effrrt the irorittons olthit act. lie be aulhonietl to appoint three ddillooa clerks fur bit department t th no at talarv of on thousand ti,huudreJ dollar pr ansum t and lh remaioiog two at a salary of ooe thontand dollar met, t ml to pay th taid clerk quarter yearly, qui of aoy mo or j in the Trutuary not olharaaita. apprpnrjaUd,, ll'athinglon TTturniiy, Jun tX A great day's work was doo in the Home of Repre sentatives on Tuesday. Th Stnate't bill for regulating the depotitet nf lh public money wat debated from 12 o'clock (exoepting during tbe daily merit), to eight er nine) and atUr beiog antcnirrd a propoted by Mr An. thony, wat ordered to a third reading by a vot of 163 to 43, and wat then read a third lime, and pasted by a vote of 115 to 38. In lh Senate, yettcrday, tba amendment mad by the llout to the Bill was taken up, and agreeJ to, with one or two dissenting voices. So that the bill it now ready to Ih laid before Ihe President for his approbation or litapprobation ; aod it deprnds upon him whether il shall become-, law. nA'aionai Corrrponrftrift ttflht Courier and Enquirtr. Y5iM.iBTon, June 21 I havo jtiet left the houso. It adjourned at a few minutes paat 0 o'clock, having amended, and finally passed, by an overwhelming vote, the bill to regulate the depnsites of the public money. It is now loo lale, and I am loo much agitated with pleasing emotion., to attempt giving a view of Mc party, as it exhibited itself during this day and evening, in the house. One remark, however can not be too often repeated,- all tho power' and in fluence that Mr. Van liuren possessed has been ex. crtcd in loth brancktt of Congress lo defeat this bill and what i. tho result r On it. fina! passage in tho Senate there were tii negatives. On its finsl passage in tho House to-njght, llicro were thirty eight negatives. Thus, out oT tico hvndred und and eighty member I iit'tho Houso of Congress furtt Jour have voted (jrainit pormitlng tho peopje lo navo me use oi incir own monoy, end lor retaining it in the pet banks. This i.'what may be called a political regiment of officer., without rank and file. Dut there is another remark I cannot omit ma king. Of tho thirty-eight negatives in ihe Houso eighteen-, according to the beat of my recollection, are from the State of New Yhrk ; and known to A the most kind, affectionate, and dutiful devotees or tho Vico PrcMdcnU Thus, about one half of the party, a. it i. now organized, are from the Empire State. I feci a gat inclination to tell you how wo-bo-gonc .Winn, Ward, Vanderjwl, Gimbrdtng and certain others appeared when th bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading by a majority of about one hundred. Curretjiondenee of the Courier and Enquirer. Wasiiinoto., Juno 21, 1830. This haa been one of tho most important daya for this country since the adoption of tho Constitu tion. Tho Revenuo question, with all amendments is settled. Tlio Senate Deposite and Distribution Dill passed the Houac, at nino o'clock, to-night, by nti overwhelming majority, yea. 155, nay. 39. The only amendment to the bill, adopted on motion nf Mr Anthony, of Pennsylvania, will not prejudice it with Ihe Senate. He withdrew him self the objectionable feature of the amendment, viz : tho proposition to distribute the surplus, ia llie proportion of federal numbers, as icertaincd br the lart censur, and every motion to engraft lint principle upon the bjll failed. The bill, as it .unit provides for the distributin of the money amonj the States, proportion to their respective represen tation in the Senate and iluuse of Reprcsentatirei of the Congress of iho United Slate. This guei I an advantago to all thoso State which have ICtl than ion representatives on the floor of thd House, Rhode Island, fur instance, with Iwo represcntstiie , , ,w- h ,,, oM onucf .. . ,. . - . , , 1 PI'ortlonmciit according to federal number.. 1 A no luc oi (Jitt iuuiivjt ever ukwq rctanjvu j the Stale, is coutcd by every body, for it is not believed thst the Government will ever want it ; and, if thoy did, no adminixtiatlon would risk their popularity id demanding it. It ia aaid that Mr Anthony', amendment has lbs approbation of the President, aod will enable him la sign the bill. If not, a vote of two third, will ? it. The amendment give, the money to the State a. a deposit e, instead of a loan. This is tho whole amount of it. Nearly all the Regency party vote4 against the measure, Calebosia cocbtv. The Van Burcnitet of tbit County hire bad a convention and nomiaalad Wx.A. Palmer and Joint Becxwitm. for' State Btnators. Among the resolutions pstd wat on approricg tbe rot- , sum of the present administration, and alto th aomiof . tioot of tbe Baltimore Contention of Pfetidrut and Vie President. We bope our Aolimatonic friends will d longer insist that Governor Palmer is no Vn Dureo maa Tba Whig Anlimaaoot hav called a Csovaojioo te mak a counter nomination of Scoatop. Th VanilM eflhaMk fr,-r.mnr,. IVnrfriel In ra hti 1 . Apdiio cocsttt. Tba Whigs of tbu eouoty bstt i ' Convention d nooinaled fcr lb. Btat 8.f. j Cta. V. L.wr.nc of VrCn... S.ou.1 Swift of H I dUbury, nd E. N. Brigri of Salisbury. W.liktthu ft oU aSu 1 mad by th AnUmtoat wouW b.v be tc:v'-W u j tba Wb'p,-i;rcsui ia uswa tht u ttiotb.