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• • to the W ashing
1*1 in of the irregularity
l have written to the Kdilors
the aubjsul.
i wish you woftld notice the hot in your
I ijst. that the “National intelligencer,”pack
*«* of the Tnh iust, came to Imud last night,
tor warded from Herding. Pa. Tire package
ot the saute paper due lifct night was not re
ceived, Vouru, flee.,
A. NKWMAN, P. M,
THK PITTSBUROM AND CONNiiLLS
V1LLK RAILROAD STOCK,
lealer.luy the books tor subscription to this
new stock were opened ut the Board ot Trad'*
Rooms, and n rush lor the stock commenced
at the appointed hour, & was kept up thro., h
the day. obdl shuns were taken, leaving only
. , **= HUbacribed until alter lire romiMuV
19 lulljr orgaiiuad. The whole will be tukeii
to-day at an early hour, and would have been
taken yesterday had tli-vc been time. Some
ol our ttj’j.nv _■ ..ii
the com pally is fully organized they will have
another opportunity. Application w ill now
l*e immediately made Jo tl.c Governor f.,r
letters I atent, and the road doubtless u ill be
put under contract belorc the close of the
present mu sun.
Jhe Pittsburgh and Cxmnellsrile Railroad is
now placed beyond a ch oice of luilurc. The
stock is ot in: h a character that when the
books arc open d. after the organization of the
Company, the money necessary to build th •
rya l will be seedily forth coining, and the.
slo* a w ill R'X'n be at a premium.
We now await the action of the Hdtiniore
coin pa ny. \\ c doubt not the Director, will
,aKl* 1 ‘n'tiediuto measure* to extend their road
to to: state hue to.meet this.—ruts. lias.
'Ve hoP* amount will not make any
one rich. There is about *250,000 out ut b -
000,000 subscribed.
It is sai l that (i ?». Arista, of the Mexican
army, once carried on the tin and copier bus
mess m Cincinnati.—Exchange.
It accounts of the „nt. ,ia| of the Mexican 1
is h,hr MPiKr I
N'o, No. Latest advices say (hut lie lias ex
perienced n failure eud suspended operations 1'
lor the present.
a^if-lt \x ill be seen by tixe following that no '
more companies from esstcin Ol io will b 1
received by the adjutant General under the
present requisition: t
HEAD Ql'ARI ER1, OHIO MILITIA.
CtEW.tt AL oaor.tt, >o. 7.
Aojt T AN l G ENER AL’s OrriCE )
•r. r 11 yolumb**.J*nt9, 1&40. ' ( I
Ihc following companies of volunteer*.
" i,c 1 are now under orders Iroin thia depart-!
menl to repair without d-lay to the general I
icnderx ous at Cincinnati, (many of which are 1
already cn route to that place.) have been sc- I
cepted by the Governor to make a part of the 1
s, M“vi«;ai!8.w,*,De'”,,",a..
t, pl. \v.lcmf, coioMBy, Columbus,
i-iitnaie s ** ,,
“ Moigau's « ml Vernon,
4< tor .. , , “ Zanesville,
Meredith. " Coshocton,
Maddens, - Newark,
lrvina Lancaster,
44 xn * * Wooster,
Aliena “ Massillon
SriU,U?c* “ Cirt leville,
,i > uoltl m “ Cliillioothe.
.4 V St. Crairsv die,
McLeans “ Athens,
four com panics now marching to this place '
from the north under the command of Capt. I
McLoitehltn.and one company |rom Highland
Co., i it have complied with the orders from
this department issued ou the 8th iust di
5*ITlS ....**£’
OJS Hue pts-une nortti amt somt, n.. .i •
my. an I which are not already in Cineimu
ti.i^n now la* received under the preaeut re-1
quart ion. 1 1 rc
The Governor, however, expresses the hope
ilia Midi volunteer companies ashave organ-'
iwd. and are not received into service, may
far as practicable, pursue their organisation
and improve themselves in their discipline'j
I'"^Ujhibervice should another re-' ’
queiailion be made.
The. CommaBdants of such companies west
l1*!* KCograplutaJ line above designated
il !,y '"“VT'1 u,»uci?r, r»"
this office, and have uot yei rerriveil ord< rs
to rc|)»ii- to Cincinnati, w ill report by letter i
to the Adjutant General of the State m com- !
tnand of the general rond-zvmwal Cincinnati,
thii oftr"e ^ W< ‘ °f ,Url,M'r ' from
To those officers ami < iiixetts who have so
promptly and ,Hitriotically exteuded their • al
uable oid to the authorities, charged, (umidat
V!f7 "»•'»/ embarrassment*) with the duty of
filling the rcqumiioo, the Governor takes this
occasion to tender Ins grateful acknowledge-'
menu. By order: fc
a B; W BRICK, Jr.
"• -Be ‘hd. Adjt. General.
UNITKI) STATES MOTKL—Mr. M. T
Mitchell Imw taken the United States Hofei!
in Chestnut street, opposite the Custom House
sail will enter upon the discharge nl his anlu
on* dull, ton Wednesday of thin week, assist
H S M»Lh ' of,1‘" CxclMug..
Hotel, Baltimore. nnsaUmiraMe liotwp has '
recendy been subjected to a thorough r. n-v..
lion, so that in all the qualiii. * „f " ^ ,* |
tci, it will bold a place in t»». very first rank., *
Hie gentlemanly bearing of the proprietors
will insure nil that visiters dm , quiye. and
the credit of our city, for n good b..nv lor
strangers arid sojourner*, will Ce fully mam •
tainetl.—U. S. Gnu tie,
BOSTON CHURCHES, There „rr W
ScW*-* r,*11R‘°,,,t worship in Boston, costing
4.!iW,j(Kl and having accommodation* fur
M.I71 perwin*. These churches, dt<\, are
insintained at a yearly expense of 11170 .lid
TfH*re are HO Jvir.day schools, living mi
teachers, an I i7,00U scholars.
.KUO
«.j be de
>J have no oin
. o *>ood service. They
•t by the brilliant flash ol
•v gradual growth of the mas
on* of n stalwart nature, which
•he more sublime the more it is cOu
.plated. To this iliiss of men belonged
die bruve commander of Fort Bao'vn, of whom
t!io following account is given:
Major J. Brown, ot the 7th Rcgimout ul
luUuwy, was killed in the attic k made bv th<
Mexicans on bis encampment, opposite Slat
a moms. He was a native ot Vermont: and ul
j the roimm-MceiU'-nt of the war in lHlti eulist
j ed in th*1 army os u loiiituon soldier. On ac>
j vomit ot his in.rit he was promoted Ir mi the
j ranks to the office ol » n>iji und served with
great bravery and good cOuduct dining the
i whole oi the war. 11- wa« in nearly all the
hard louglit battlesoti (he Ni.iguru Irontier it
, yeurs 1813 and '14. Beloit the close ol
I lh‘‘ war he was promoted to the office of Ul
Lieutenant, «ml ulterwur.ls tom; bv regului
gradations to the rank ot Major, in which ca
pacity hw has served lor many years. He hu>
been thirty-four years in the‘army, and has
been in active service in the various parts ot
the Ir n .rr. He. at an early day, acted as a
commissary of subsistence at Council Bluffs,
and was alter wards stationed at St. Louis a*
kiuurlcrmastcr and Commissary. He wus at
one time engaged in conducting tip* tribes ol
emigrating Indians to the West, and w«» in
active s nice during the whole of the Florid#
A number of years ago he was stationed at
Little Rock, and, although Mill iu tin- army,
was elected first President of the Rank of Ar
kuttbhs, winch post lie held for a war, and re
signed. IU* Ut various times di.sin used very
Urge stuns of public money, uu l was remark
able lor tin* accuracy, fidelity, system and
punctuality with which In- kept and render
« d his accounts and tna le his s-tth-m-mis._
He possessed tin- confidence of his superiors,
Qttd the got»d will ol the army, mil during
thirty four years of arduous service, never wun
involved in difficulties or had charges prefer
red against him. He m-v* r fought or aided in
u title., nor gave countenance to Mich proceed
, ings. and was never concerned therein, cx
l«vpt for the purpose of preventing thrir occur
rence and producing reconciliation among bro
ther ollii crs. 1 le w a* a good disciplinarian,
and a safe, firm, cautions commander. He
leuvesa wile ami twochildrcn, on* ol whom
is the w ife of a surgeon in the ormy. At the
time til his Heath he. vv; s 5*J of a: c(< n l
died as lie had lived, m the activcand vfa'ilh
fttl discharge of his duties as u military of
ficer.
DEATH OF <i t.NSKVOUP.T MELVILLE.,
A letter received by the Hibernia, from an
’mim-nt American nu n hunt in London bears!
he heavy tidings of flic death of our beloved
lid distinguished fellow countryman, Hause
t»orl Melville, Esq. Secretary of Lfguliou to.
he Court of St. James.
A correspondent of the New York Journal
►f Commerce says; ,
My acquaintance with tl * o ored dorcas- 1
a was snnn, mtt of sm h a character that •
a bile l recollect anything, it nm never be foj. \
gotten. Added to a mind highly cultivated,
i lively imagination, and chaste, correct taste
Mr. M. was gifted by nature with a noble bea
ring; a powerful intellect,great vital energy,
and a determined spirit. He was the admi
ration of all who met him and the pride of
every American in leindon. His devotion
to the best interests ol our beloved country,
his enthusiastic patriotism, his true and warm
heart, commanded the love and lasting
friendship ol all who were honored with his
acquaintance. His great theme of convi-r-a
tion while in London was America, her insti
tutions, her peoole, and h-r future prospects
and glory. *
During flic month of M m b last. I had the
pleasure of t iding many miles, visiting many
places, and spending tunny days and nights,
in his company. 1 shall never forget our vi
ail to Cambridge. Pa-sing under the same
archways, ulongthe same walks, through the |
vime diHus and halls, which wore so familiar
once to many great men, w e finally arrived at!
the Library rooms, when Mr. M. walking up
to an imiti use terrestial globe, suspended in
the. centre of one of the room*, and placing
his hand upon it, said:
L<<ok here, gentlemen, and see if any A
mericun can carefully examine the map oi our
globe, and not feel a gratitude end just pride
at soring the geographical position our coun
try bolus upon its bice. Here lies Asia and
the whole East, with its imui nsr wealth._
iiit-re 14 tile mouth <>l tbe Columbia River, al
most a* mar (',111(01) as Ixmdou i» to New
York. Now h rc is u little speck called Ku
Jojh*. upon iho Eastern shores of the Atlan
tic. and H smaller speck on its Western slmro
railed New England, including New York
i ity. which have ever IHd the trade of this!
immense region, ut the expense of passing
(-»lM‘ Horn, Or the (\it« of Good Hone, the
S null Atlantic. Indian Ocean, N<. v\. _
lx>oU lie re,1 sai l he, ••and tell me if any A
'.nerlcan can civ up, or barter away the val
ey ol tie- Coluinbiu, uud not, Ectui like, sell
III* btrUiughtT’
I here will be v.iiteblc notice taken, and
mention made of his worth and virtues, bv
those able to do them justice; but te-ver (out
ol bis immediate family,) will lie be more
sincerely mourned, than by the very bumble
individual, wb»», in great griel, l«,s penned
these lines, and who hio once permitted to
«ull him Friend. j.; \\f
A SPECK OF W,\R.—The New York Tri*
huiie tells a story ot acubinAii who drove who
drove against a «andy and root dice r stand, on
Tuesday, at the corner ol John ami Neman
sircets, knocking awny its pin* muipb ielv,
toid bringing the w hole, concern to the ground.1
J’lie proprietress made one treawndoua leap!
niter the cab, her red shawl, like lUmas Iwu |
ii*t. streaming against the wind, and seizing
the. horse by the head, turned him completely |
ouml an I iaimre d tlie Vehicle against tin- '
uth stofie before (he astonished driver knew
shat he Was alsmt. The old woman then
(ripped him (not very tenderly) by the arm.
irni mute him go hick to III-- scene of devu*- :
atimi and setlH- up for duniigr*. The poor *
ellow Imd11 l n word to my, but did just as he '
vas bidden—wciuirig to he most happy that
ie was permitted to escape with his life —
Ills i- r •< or t< d us the first iiistains- in wl ij’i
i New lork cabman wtw ever observed ulu
toil-fans.
MON I ERF,Y.—There are two Montereys
n Mexico, one 0 seaport on the Pacific, in
Uprfr California. IV o-her an inland town at
he distance of J00 miles from Matsmor.is it
4 St the latter Mmoeyay that Gvn. Taylorin
ciarx to c Mu.f.Mi tun huiuiu r <| i<»rier>•.
^'iUim<irr Sun. j
ADO AND LOSS
iLMlNULON, DHL. I
..on, Dm... June b. lb-16, )
b o\ look, P. M. $
v-Tivr. Tornado.—One of the most
•‘-•tire tornadoes ever witnessed in this
.ghborltood, passed over tie? city this niter
.ooii about 6 o'clock, by which a considers- I
ble uniount ot damage ha*b>'en sustained, and
<wo or thn e persons killed. Ainoog other
building* destroyed was a large frame, erected
a short tune since over the ship y ard of Messrs.
lk*tts, Harltnd& HnlliiigMvordi,oii the Chris*
tiaiu. below the rail road whorl, which was
completely demolished. The hands were en
gaged on an Iron Steamboat, utul becoming
I alarmed, were just ulxuit lea\ iug llte building,
but betore they had lime to osenj**, it came
down upon them with a dreudtul crash. It i*
somew hat astonishing that a number of lives
were not lost, us there were, ut the time,
some lorly or fifty persons uutler the cover
ing. 1 wo only were killed, and one other
very much injured unlit is f<u red will not
, recover. 1 lie two thut were killed had left
tile building, uud were about ten feet from the
door, uud must have been struck by sunt" ol
I the fly ing fntgiicnts.
) 1 he iKtui •* ot the p nous killed wen* B.-U
jamiii Harding smi Thomas McKay, both of
i whom have h it wives and several children t<>
inouin ih.-ir loss. 'lhe person injured was
Uaiu «1 Niel Dnllie.
I Tlie hrig John M. Clayton, lying in the
f hristinnn, u short distuuer alsive the brirli^t*.
was cup>izd, all her masts and rigging carried
sway, and it is i-ai , one mail hud his hgb.o
ken.
About one third of the roof of the Adiburv
Methodist Church, in Walnut street, near
I bird, w as blowu oft, and curri< d serosa Third
street, a distance of some sixty feet. The
walls of several uew buildings in the course
, of erection, were demolished, and a great num
ber ol trees, blowu down in different parts of
jibe city. The storm came up so suddenly,
1 tint the store keepers in Market street hud
not tine- to takedown their uw iiiiigs, and con
sequently niost ot til in were lorn into rib
i bons. Kir about half tin hour, the rain injur
ed down in tori.oits, mul the Hashes ol light
ning were awful. The atmosphere seemed
. it. i* ini*-n wim me electric Hum, but we have
not y»‘t learned tliat any damage w as done bv
! the lightning.
I In* tornado appears to have been confined
, to quite u small space, not extending more
i than two or liirec inib-n. Passengers who
! came up in ihc curs at 7 o'clock, slate that
very little damage wus observed beyond New
|K>rt, a distance ol only three miles from this i
city. Hence, there is ground to hope that
-ns much injury has mu b en sustained, as
! might otherwise have been expected.
Yours, &c.
! I'HIELN PHILADELPHIA—DISGRACE.
FUL 1U0T.
T in I hi uth'lphia Sun h is the follow ing no
t eo ol a riot whit h occurred in that city on
Sunday evening, at the partial burning of Mr. '
T> tidbit's tdoble nnd feed store.
•Shortly alter tire alarm was given theMoy- i
Hmeiisiug Hose company arrived upon the
c round. ami were attacked by u numb r of the J
*‘il u icrr I he first b ow us < strueijin Fiont ,
stieet above Washington, and in n lew min-1
it i's the disturbance became general. Police j
ollicrr John Anlirroft rcsiilinji in Mary 8tf6cts
above Front/r c'iv.-d a violent blow from a |
flviiig;bri« k.w hichlaid hi* cheek open.* II ■ was i
taken in tli Drug Store of Mr. Cuntr* II,where '
the wound was sewed up, and every attention I
liven to the sufferer; alter which lie wus con- ’
i cvcd home to his residence. j t
Hut Moyomcnaing boys fought desperately J
.vith brU ks; spanners. &c.,atnl knocked quite 1
i number of «ryTM*u*'1Ll<vdmvn They re f
reuted M irv wt rect. and finally out • tiarjrm- - u
ter street. While in this latter street, just 1 l
aiiove Moyumensing road, a pistol was fired;
•tom the crowd, and the ball took effect in the x
front door jam of the residence ol Mr. Dick. P
A lady und child were standing in the door 1
way at the time. Their escape was truly mi
raculous. A young man minted Hessen, was
struck in the face with a brick and verr badly
hurt. * 11
A*-man with the white hat,”named Joseph ,
Connelly was stabbed in the right thigh. The !
wound is almost two inches lung.nnd the same 1
in depth. He was coveyrd to the drug store
ol Mr. Nebbingor, nnd everv attention paid to
him that was necessary. The police did all
their power to make arrests, but it was
found alnuAt impossible to succeed in their at-!
tempts.
A young fellow named Mellon,end another
know n as “Ibid Thornton,” were arrested and
taken to the llall.
A RICH JOKE HAYED OFF AT THE
FAIR.
We have been inform-d of a rich joke which
,v*s played ofT by a Haltinrorcan on a I’hihi
d Iphiiu, at the late .National F. ir at Wash
ington. Ii appears that a Mr. H——ol Phil
adelphia, who wrunal IciidingascAi-/ of mantt
6trf>Ht ,,l“ Fair, w.ik extr im ly loud of as
sociating w ith the great men of this and alt (
other nations, who happened to \jsjt the cx
hibitiou. 11' e hi brace, f every opport unity
of being in their company, until finally hi i '
i leas ol distinction became so rlevot' d that >
h * imagined himself to be tlx* “observed ol
all observers’’ among the most distinguished -
visitors. Oil the morning of the 27ih, how- ,
ever, an individual entered the Puvillion, w ho
was point) <| out to him fund Irom his rfn>u :
•urn manners would liuve faeu taken a* such) \
ns tli * I’rus-vian Minister, when he intimated
tint he had a former introdnetiun, mid claim
e.l the privilege of allowing him around. Al- '
ter b- ing engaged some two Ilnurs in conver
sation relative to the different manufacture*
of the two countries, and thinking the Minis
ter taiinewhat fatigued, lie offeredhim a Mat.1
whi- h was politely accepted, when he started
oil to another jwrt of tie* partition, delighted
at t!ic aucccsa he had met with in forming an
acquaintance ,w »«h so distinguished a person
ange; hut to? ju Ige of his surprise, vrlien he
wa* informed by a fii'-nd a few morn-lit* af
terward*, that he had been waiting oil the cel- |
ebiated Beau Ilirkmaa. Bull. Clipper. |
t "‘"W MONKY.— At a meeting
of the Bible Society lately, the follow ins fai-l
ter was read: B
.. „ noirroa, April SI, 18l«.
Mv Dkmi Sin:--Thr exlraordiinry in rone
ol fMipiilnli >o ni the United Stales han deeply
impressed ms with the necessity of diffusing'
throughout our whole Union moral machine*
lomid. don religious truth. I believe our ll.dy
Ihhle contain* every thing required lor the
mural government ol man, and liiateverv turn-1
*7 !n Kr«at country *hould possess a copy I
of this inralusble book. I tun Sensible ol hn v
'!*« V"* lowing a m< in la-r ot
t * *•" A nr-new n Bible Society—which I deem ». I
m.mgullmir voluntary association* ihe h „i f
I Will therefore III.ink you to draw oil me fori
ihe sum of *i* hundred dollars, at sight f,,r
the |MI|p»*r of constituting my three. jhife
Directors, a* well as mr* if. The mini ■* |
give you fa-low. riease m ml the usual err '
illicit. * uml Oblige, dear sir, your farthl.d
ill I obedient servant.
ABBOTT LAWKKNCK I,
In Joseph Hyde, Knq., (Jen f*l Agent of tm '
American Biule Society, New York.
"I -hai! be liarli in a minute," si the emetic
laid »n the doctor.
r
TWENTY-NINTH CONUKIJSS—First * ssi
Curretp ndc:ic4 <>/ tht itjUi^iorr American, t
xv ash ix»Tos, June b. I'
SENATE. -x i
SI R TREASURY BII/L.
Mr. I e-wtsof Ala. reported the S.tbTt.u*
urr Bill with amendments, which were laid
upon the table aml ordered to b** presented, i l
A lb-solution was ottered by Mr. \\ m-d
bridge calling upon the lWident lor infonmi
lion in reference to the removal of Indians
from the m inant I lauds.
The Bill tor the increase ol Military officers
ami lor other pui|*oses. was called up bv Mr. ;
Dix. front the Military Committee, and on his
motion postponed until to-morrow.
RESOLUTION TO ADJOURN.
Mr. llanucgun -* Resolution to adjourn the
two Houses ot Congress on the 2Ulh proximo
was uillcd up by him.
Mr. L-wis o! Ala. said he should move that
, the lb solution be laid upon the table until
Monday next. If tlie Finance* ol the court*
l try Were to be acted upon an I tie- Revenues
' lo he considered, it could not be done by the
’ 30th of July. i
Mr. Huntington of Coun. was ready to a*
uopt the resolution at once, and thought that
C ingress could easily adjourn by the 30th of i
Jul.. lie could not beer the idea ol remain
iaj h re until the ring days were over. It the
Oregon question was to be dispos • l of Indore
ttie adjournment tire busim-ss could as w ell ha ;
1 tn,,**ecled by the 20lh of Julv as at any other
( period.
Mr. Dayton an id he was not willing to pro*
bmg *lu* session hevond the 2-Jth of Julv. It
,1,1 1 '10* become us to«itout the Mexican War,
or the Uregon qtteMion. if we named a day '
lot adjournment it would make, not Congress'
only, but the Diplomatic men, irorA up to
trtat clay. 11 i- buduud rstood that the minis*
t( r ol Ciraul Britain had some definiteinstruc
| turns, it not an ultimatum, and he hoped all
vo.ml he pur-iiu-Jed to move more promptly
•y tlie Resolution to name a day ol udjourn
meiit. As for waiting here to act upon the
• a til, he was uot content to do that, or to
wuit lor action un.in the Sub-Treasury cither.
Mr. S vie r .said that the business was not
in u condition to fix a day of adjournment.—
I he R'-voiiu s wi-r.-ti> iJ* ,.r.n r... ,t...
prnscuition of the Mexican nur, and for the
'V’V ' vifc• ‘‘xl),'n,^BrrrN ol the Government.—
t he >> bigs wore naturally enough for putting
oM actum u^n the Tariff und Sub Treasury
*<i It. because they were not responsible for
t: em.
Mr. Hinnegsn urged tin adoption of the.
Kev.lution, aud said that the business could
K- us well done in six w eeks us during a long
er ncriod. ° b
Mr. Mon head aaid tli.it he was glad that
|»aJor.s U It tie ir respom-ibility upon theoth
< r >nle ol thy chan b-‘r. The country, too,
would hold the Administration responsible
I >1 it* orm--.sio;H and couimiv>ions. We w r
•gi.'Lting in the midst of the seventh inouUi
Oi tlk» s.-aaiou for uv-asureti adopted to the
Cominenceintuit ol the act#.,ion. He hoped
Congress would adjourn.
Mr Sevier rejoined to these objections, aud
contended that the tariff'would not h ; here
for four weeks, an 1 that would leave but two
w i k.s fur the Senate to ail upon it. Mr. S.
Mt I that in reply louh.it the Senator from
M.i.-sachunotts, (Mr. Webster) bad stated in
r gard to the I xpendituros of the Government,
l >at instead of being nearly half u million a .
I ty, they were but tblUfi.OOU n day lor the
"upport ol the Army and Navy.
•'ir. J. M, CU) ton said he was willing that
,* iitlemtu upon tlit* oth -r side should agree to
nirown time. They wore responsible, ami ■'
iii ,""ni «^*|»onsible and the country „
lrtu , ,*’*• I*1*1 them, therefore, uaine tfieir ..
w»| “J)’ Yr adjournment. .
• Ir. Caltnnm said be was as anxious to re
irn home ns any body, hut lie was coniine- f>'
ti nt we could not adjourn at the early day V
U“,ref°re* ,,ul Volc lur T
Mr. W i lisU'i. in reply to Mr. Sevier, said; j
lint he had not spoken of his own authority i'
v hen he said that the exje isen of the coim
r> wj;re nearly halt a million of dollarsa day, .
>ut he did not ajieak upon very good authori- N
.homy, and lie thought it would not prove .
ouch out of the way. There were important A
expenses having « b, aring upon the Treasury i
u the transport of specie.
Mr. Webster suggested that the Senate
•oiild very properly say to the House, we are
vady to adjourn on tha 20th of July, and the
House could take, what action they thought I
proper upon this Resolution. He desired from 1
private considerations to gel home as carlv as
possible; but from public considerations,' be *
was r ady to remain here just us long as his
service* were required. l‘
Mr. Calhoun said he a Iso desired fogethome’; i
hut he thought Congress could not adjourn 1
ni I transect the public business by the day *
named. * a
Mr. Crittenden was in favor of tin* Resolti- I
Hon. an I advocated it as an indication of the (
senate to the adjournment. i l
I lie question was filially called and the mo-!
ion to postpone prevailni upon the yeas and 1
lays called tor by Mr. Huntington. ' r
Iras.—M »r*. Allen, Archer, Ashley, ^
VUiirion, IVtgby, Benton. Breese. Calhoun, »
lialrners, John M. Clayton, Colquitt. Dick- 11
n-oii, J.)iv, ^Fairfield. llivwoorl, Houston. 11
cniuss, Johnson, of Md., Lewis, McDuffie
•lunguin, lVnnvbicker, Husk,.Sc vi a, Speight’ v
I uruey, Yulee—27. ° ’ *
A tys.—Messrs. Atchison. Burrow, Berrien,
l nouns Clayton,Corwin, Crittend-u, Davis,’ P
>t\ton, Gr-u?, Haiuiogan, Huntington! I
ohn>a)ii of U„ Miller, Morehead. Niles,'
t un e, N mpl Simmons, Upliuin, Webster! J
A ood bridge—)), ,n
FKKNt.HSPOl CATIONS. P
The Bill lor the
'oin milted prior to nmt liefore the Son- »
to, the question br ing uimmi i(n inmu. Thu n
Mil Wa* passed. O
I'hr President lniil b forc the Senato the "
creuments tv* I 1*hI tor by the Resolution of
•riday, covering the correspondence with ®
i: uerul Scott .in I the VVur l>e|sirliucnt re|a- ^
1VC to the command of tlir Army against °
Mexico. Al» Uiecorrespondence with (ieu "
'urw,.? rcfcl*#ca to ,he i,,rf4“l calling out •'
I lie con oml-Mice was read and will be b
oun.l lint in be diflereut in ita r<*ult from the v
f®l»lnicUi 0(41 Which have been »iw-u in *
be ik tv spa |m r.s, h n
1 In- correapmhlence was read and will be H1
m ml not to Is- di Ha rent in iis result front I he k
•riel abstracts of ji which have teen given m »"
bv ii \v<|»ijm is, * , y
Vl? COw f'V'l'ic"cc U t'VC(',‘ General Maine*! -
nd hie >V«r OAwrtment exeitetl ranch le*-. "
uenst tfon ihe letter* between fl-neralf
‘ n leo Vr' M;'rC^ "bichw.re pr ceded
•y n letter fi irtt flu iVstd-nt, appar- ntlr de-.v<
Igned as a i implaint against ||H- Major Men
r-diucoumimdot tlac Army. j v<
Mr. Hr- <■- - moved that t!ic r.uiding of t|H-!
srrfespomJc.il e Is- appended after very |„„g d
im** I|4-I been gived to tin; subject. The mo * I
>on prevailed, and the paper* w ere In id uo
u tie «»li|c amt ordered to hu printed. hr
Mr Hon-ton from tie- Military Commit tee Id '
rportedn hi ! for th- |«yiri.-nt of a Vermont} Ut
••'tin mron lie Moverum lit f-.r service* ,*.r. j io
rrmed by h-, MdlitU at the Battle oi Platt*.
A III »!i ,,J w»a inmle to in-st hereafter Ht
■j odorfi, p m,,og which ibeS.-nate a yourn- „[
1101:5: ‘.OKREI'KKSKNTATIVKS.
••"■Wrra-ion Jf
itOrial ' h"‘ ro°,n,n®’ **"» :v,
Jr
%
The vacancies upon the Military Coinmil
er, occasioned by the departure uf Messrs,
fell of Ark.,und Baker oi 111., “fur the wars."
vere announced from .he Journal a* bring till •
d by Messrs. Boyd of l\y., und Carroll ol M.
t.
Mr. Boyd sai l he was already U|>on tht Ter
ritorial Committee, mid the Committee on
Hoads and Canals. He desired to be excused
roin one of the number which the Speaker
Mtid would be done by leave ol the House.
The House in Committee of the Whole,;
proceeded to the consideration of Territorial'
Bills; Mr. McClelland was in the Chair, and 1
the Committee first took up the Bill granting!
lands for the improvement of Fox and Wis
consin Rivera. This Bill, it wus understood, i
would give ris to a long debate, if it was press- (
ed. and il was therelore informally laid aside, I
and a bill was taken up to define thebounda- j
ries ol Iowa (auiend'ttory of the act of 1SI5.)
The Delegate from Iowa asked for a boun
dary of 53.1 its acres, or a line extending Irom
the Mississippi to the Missouri.
The committee on Territories recommend
the line ot 13 30 as the Northern Boundary.
Mr. llockwell proposed 42 as the Not them
Boundary, which would give about 24,200
square miles.
The biil now a law* gives Iowa 4*2,200.
I he hill w as debated ut length by Messrs.
Douglass, Dromgoole, llathbutl, Dodg**, Vin
ton, Rockwell and Thurman.
Mr. \ inton argued that the pro|msed boun
dary ol the last Session was the nuturul one.
The boundaries agreed upon were the bounda
ries which laid been ogrecd upon and which
were deemed to be the. best. Ohio had fifteen
j>er cent, less of territory than was proposed
in the Bill before the Committee.
It should lie remembered that the law upon
this question settled forever the compact os
to boun lory, and it was to have an important
bearing upon other States and upon the Union.
By leaving out such unnatural boundaries as
w as proposed (lie rights of smaller States were
materially abridg' d.
Mr. Dodge replied to this speech, soon af
ter w hich, the question was taken upon the
Hill.
Mr. Vinton proposed un amendment (Mr.
llockwell lwiviiltr \\ilhilrnwn fivtiwr ft*.*
northern boundary upon the parallel of 13,
which wuh rejected.
The hill was then amended so as to define
the boundaries precisely as they are defined
iu tile Constitution adopted by the people of
Iowa, und was laid aside to b* reported.
1 lie bill to einble the people ol Wisconsin
Territory to form a Constitution and State
Government, und lor the admission of nui h
State into the Union, was m-xt taken up, and
alter u brief deltaic laid usidc to bo reported.
S vend other hills were acted upon in Com
mittee of the Whole, and at 3 o'clock the
Committee rose and reported the several bills
to the House.
Mr. Hitiitrcrford moved that the House
meet at 10 o’clock to-morrow, which was u
jrerd to.
One of the bills reported from tie* Commit- *
>'•' ot the \N hoi • — i hill to construct a c.iuul
rein Rock river to Like Michigan—was then
JUSacd, und the House adjourned.
From the Sew Orleans licitu.
LOVE, WAR AND DUTY.
Jim Jewel was oue of the precious gems
l«u in ull the radiance of a red nose and bran
ly-aml-water face, glowed in the «lock of the
Recorder a Court yesterday morning. Jim
rus evidently a rase; or rather a compound
lull ‘he ca.H-*y. lie was a nominative case,
ns much as lie had promised to give Margo- /
M Moylail, a pretty looking Irish girl who J
as iu court, n new name. He had pledged i
iitself to make her Mrs. Jewel. He was u ,
j.sses'ivc ease, because he managed to bo- . «
>me her sub-treasurer for twenty dollars,and |
i what she would she could not remove tlic i
■peonies. And he was an objjctive case be- <
lU*®. lit* tuudwbV ret rnrl in ’tie (
uU-timan wlionrrcslan him was onjeettonn- i
Ic iu the highest degree. Margaret was
>medistance ofT from Jim, with her si<lc face
rwards him. He. made groat exertions, by
niioiis hems und pantomimic motions, to ut
ract her attention, hut they all proved una
niling. She seem 'd to aajr^l've looked my (
rat,” mid Jim might exclaim,
•‘Her hair is braided not for me, j
She turns her eyes away.”
Jim was finally called up. and he answered 1 1
lis name like one pn-puied to make as strong 1
defence as his case would admit of.
“Your name is Jewel "said the Rocordcr, 1
‘is it not?" 1
“Well, as the vulgar phrase is,” a>id Jim,
'it aint nothing else.and though a lapidary
night not be disposed to set much value on
re- now, there was a time—wasn’t there, Mi*s
loylan?—when a certain voting lady of my
cquu in lance (he looks leeringly at Miss Moy
an)—when u certain young lady of mv nc
uiiintaiire, I say, your Honor, used to cull me
lie peerless jewel of her soul!"
“O, goody gracious!" said Margaret, turning
er eyes upwards, hut taking in Jim in their
—'”0, gofnlv gracious! what a storv!,’_
V by, it would b.‘ enough fora player lady on
lie stage to talk that way, and not a poor girl
I my sort that has nothin’ but me place und
ic character. And”—
“No matter, madam; permit me to hear I
hat Mr. Jewel has got to say for himself,”
iid the Recorder.
Jewel.—“l pray your honor, lef the lady
rucerd. ‘It you do find me foul in her re
oi t. 1 shall abide the consequence.”
Margaret.—“O, you denayvin blackguard, J
ou; that’s the way you soothered me out of
H* lw 'nty dollars that l hod ooved to sind to
ay me poor mother's riut in Ireland—with
mir f..1 II..* ..... ,.f.- _t_. 1- < m
.. .. |Muiimnvii in iCAttS,
rid nil the najrgtm I’d own when you'd marrv
ic: and now, instead of that, I find you goin'
If a full private soldier, without even inukin’
n honest woman of me.”
"Mis* Moylan." said Mr. Jewel, assuming
dignifi (| attitude—"Miss Moylan, I'm a gen
ein;in of fine sensibilities; my sense of lion- i ‘
r is keen us ever was blade of Damascus
lanufacrture. IJo not wound the one; do not'
nP*a' l' the other. Tis true, I had some i
KMiglils of wedding tliee—of making thee
Y nun-what thou” art by nature, a Je
fl. and may yet do it—but not now, Miss
loylan, not now. My country now demands
T service, and shall have H. To-morrow |
»to the wars, and if with inr sword I carve *
>r myself an honorable name—a name of fit'
‘•exist ion with the Taylors, tin: Mays, the
talkers, and the other worthies of our time <j
why, then, Miss Moylan. I may think of
arrvmg you; but not before, Miss Moylan. ’ ••
"Oh, Jon Smooth-tongue vagabond give in- k
vmty dollar*, and i dontesre if I never see *
mr fare again. Sure it was the unlucky •
y for in-, tint I first laid my eye* upon you r
e« «-s*| for nothing blackguard! ’ 7 h
' i have Umim with this," said the Keror- H
r. "till patience has era* d to lie a virtue 1 "
1 h-ar no more of it.” ’
Mr.Jrtrrl.-.| have hut one remark, vonr ,7
tl’n7kc' >» *'.v night, and mil by ’
y, lluit I first met Mis* Moylan. I thought £
'» sfill! tliaT ,,rC,t/ mU, h 01 •,K'M,ne op»n-1.1.
I lu re was none more fair than she.' i r«
v* *,r’ I* fl of Mar*, and not i
V enus that I now worship. I admit that I *'
* ,h‘' l,, Jy ta' iny dollar., hut if she gives1 ’ .r
, J',al loai I me in sn outfit, I will i!
7*7, onf;^' regimental psyinjstcr ■
forty dollars. If I rriurn alive from »i.,.
rs. shesh.ii be Mrs. Jewell—Mrs. General <J7
*<•», pre-baps. 1,
' *
* *:T.mr.rtvw *—-I 1 ■ I
The Recot ler could not resist H smile at J
he anticipations ul the sangniue Mr. Jewel.
Slargnrel and Jim had a tew moments of pri- °
rate com creation, when the former turned
round, rourtesied trtixh stir to the court, my
ng—“I withdraw the charge, your honor.”—
On which the case was dismissed, and thecni
t»rvo hero of a hundred fights left the office,
eitisfied that however he might fare w ith the
Mexicans, he hail certainly made a conquest
among the Irish.
The story about knocking the arm off a fig-! *
ure, on a valuable sculptured mantel piece in I
Washington’s residence, at Mount Vernon* is c
not tine. A servant who was dusting the limn- i
tie piece,struck the arm with her brush, knock- ]
ed it off. and being alarmed nt wliat. she had
done, hid the fragments behind u screen where i
it wasaltcwards found.— V. S. tiuzdte.
We must now contradict a contradiction, i
The marble mantle piece at Mount Vernon*
was not accidently broken by a servant; nor
h is lire piece brukcu off been found. It nM) .1
injured by some person unknown, and the
fragment larried off, and lias not since b en '
returned or heard of. This shameful mutila
tion will, probably, now only be known to
the perpetrator, who will have to hug lire
precious secret to his ow n bosom, ami hide
the relic iu his own private dmwer.—Ale.r. (
I Ciax.
EMIGRANTS TO CALIFORNIA.—Tire
St. Ie>uis Il«-j»iiblieuii has n letter from (‘apt.
I W. H. Bussell, the commander of the <oin
1 pany of emigrants on their way to California,
dated 1*20 miles west of Independence, May
19th. They had just cronsed the Kansas riv
1 er. Dial were halting to rest. Their progress
had been slow, averaging fifteen miles per
day. Nothing of interest had occurred.—
1 bah It prevailed, and no danger was feared,
by tne ladies, in consequence of the war with
rMexico. The “natural increase.” of this por
i lion of tile future population of California had
i besn hco.
(ill MA n ' OH A A OM AN' your grt at< st t n
»ii)\ 14 K^onsumjjiion. I his disease frequent
ljr selects you in your tender years, and marks
you lor its victim, fastening upon your lungs
> a disease, however slight it may be ut first.
It commences in ‘’tours" of warning, bidding
you not to forget the citadel of life is attacked
and that without proper medicine and can* it
! will inevitably yield to the ussiult. Consump
! tinn, that cruel ami lvlentle.-s enemy moots u*
ut e\*ry conn r—stands hy the Intlside til ih ,
solemn hour of mklnight, or with the first
light ol taorn, and what then b. -conies a \» ant
ing—“Prepare for death and the vorld to 1
come!'’
Is not your proper course of conduct then, 1
evident, if you arc laboring under the influ- '
cure of the first premonitory seed* that so {'
ol ten lead to a pulmonary diameter trucii as’’
a C»ld, Cough, lullneiua, Brunei iti>, soreness
ol tile throat, rliliicully ol mining up the foul I
mailer that a creles upon tint Lun.s, uud in '
the Brunt trial tube, 1’ain in the side vk Breast,
Asthma, Spitting ol Blood, weakness in the
Chest or Breast,* dee., at once to procure i,
that Life Saving Medicine. Dr. Duncan's Ex- ^
pentorant Remedy,\\hit h is certain u> remove n
all divases of u Consumptive nature lrout
your system.
11 lorefore be prepared end ready to meet
your ••greatest enemv" before it is too late. s
For Sale by J. B. & R. B. MARSH ami by ”
PRYOR & PAUL. j,. 3'
I u compound a medicine entirely of vegott- *
i.es which shall opt rate effectual!,' in a vaiy
treat advance upon the obsolute formula* of!
harmaccut tea I Science, It is only in meal-!
tinea that this important desid ratirni has ar- L
t\edat uerfectiou. I he (ommunity baa ber n
0 long drugged ami pultoncd by n.iturjl ore
mration*. Uut vegetable compounds became ' ,„
1 mutter ol Hctual necessity, and no remeny u
bec<?m? P°Pul»r without this si
idm\nlate.rmg mVtie.^LV^t-— ? I)e u of
ibaolutely pro|*o»tcrous, Nature nevMiu-i'*
tended them k>r that pur,™. Their mode of w
Ji|»erition is too viohnt. 3 ml they addon fail i
to leave the system in a worse condition than , "
hey find ,t. riieClickener Sngu-coate IW :
•table I tirgattve Fills being com port ndetf, not !
ly ol vegetables, but of their extracted J
itic^s, ■» entirely foe from this objection. M
I hor operation is perfectly soothing. They H
>e net rate the minutest fibres of the human *
raine by u gradual process, and never er ase
n their ope rat ion until every particle of dis
ced matter is expelled, and every symptom "
>* disorder removed. For Sale by
j,; 5 _A. O. FAIRCHILD. »•
M i Aniuui iti:<-ivri:s:. *
SaSSear whkkunq l
REPOKTED IIV CHAS. II. r.KUHv *
nr n . *k,m’AW and depaktvrw
f on s for the last 21 hours, ending yester
day ut 4 u clock, P. M. bJ
ARRIVALS. DKPAUTUUUt.
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Water in the channel—5 ft. 9 in.—falling.
■ R,iN<?B.0FTHB thermometer I
• n the shade, at this office, yesterday
,,n 13 m. f, PIJ
<1 decrees. n I in
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Writer by
Com mi lire on Commerce for June.
■ W, t« rOLLOCKy J* ltK{f|K|Y
NEW BOOK BINDERY!
A\ 'AriES *,,e Subscriber ha*
established a BOOK
BINDERY in ibaa*.
ond story of the Turn
IU’ildixo, Ashlar d
, Row, where he is pro*
a red to do
l’lain and Ouiamrnlal Bikdioc
f alt kinds, to order, in the most thofoosh
nanner and ut the elreonesl rate*.
BLANK BOOKS furnished to anif pattern.
Magazines, Pamphlets, Music, &c., bound
n the most substantial manner.
Old books rebound, &r. .
' tin t n'/ver r'r ^ 1x5 Uud,tr ,he of J,
j ILL 1 ltlb , Jr., an experienced and compe
tent woihiiuu, tu whom any orders way be
jiveiK
1 ha subscriber is satisfied that he am, and
is determined to furnish as good work as can
Is* done ill the cite, at ns cheap sates ami with
the utmost promptness.
Steamboat {turners and Builders, oft par
licatnriy invltedto give hhn a caH.as lie is
prejwred to furnish book* and bill* out and
*ut. at the shortest notice,
nury IG i. E. WHARTON.
9 4 | 4 ) i k LfW Wetter* R terra CUKtflflB
" H |Jo«kI qmrlilf. jint received
ut I i r • du try 8 D WOODROW.
ir 11 __No 23# Men St.
lbs Sugar rofcl HAMS
3u0 Ik* ilrtnf RRKF. received*
"•* Ikf ly 8 |l nrOMi'f-tV
j'* l l No fJJ Mata Si reef.
O t^n tl S R« , lh I W HISK KV. joOTrteo'o94
a £ by « ct mcr Seim'nr anJ for .tie « heap bo
• ii sn w onrmotV. OT4 Mats
II ONNMr HOARDS—3A e'"M Itunnci B.«r«fa
9 ut au ptri.tr tjuulily* recnvetl hf
j' H J it 'I MKNUROOK
* IIA.YCER Y N Al.i1'.
LOTS IN MIDDLE WHEELING.
I^llUSlykN I in Hu* drrirc |t<iuHMince<i in lha
■•in in I'htuict-rv on ihe 17th >!>« ..i I.......
I 6 1(5. w emu
Willioui F Dean it C. tnplvitmml,
AND
Odin Gi'Huitl, William Collin and other*. are D,+
ft Hffanl*
Tlir M*» I rr••( OI*ir>c nnlv fining mronirnialnn
■r under » id di'crre will . flVf for »«|« „i the fmiit
l"*,r **l all* ro.iri hti*e n| «>.|,| <•■•,,niy u( Oliin, i>n
'■i i.ril itii . * I li dar "I June 1816 Leila i.urn*
nn-rl inn bind red and ».*. one hmdiW and one.
no bin dr. d find thirty etch,. on« hundred and
r > *■ vi ii one hn itrod a d folly nine, and thirty
w CJi'6. (HU) (I3«)(I47) (149) (32)
• .i i' ll’ l M'iIiI i Wheeling, (now n pari of ||,<>
v ol Wheeling) 1.,mJ.(1 l»y N mh Zane.JiJin Taw
m mill ml.ere. ..i an niniiv of null | aru thvreof.a*
mil If in ri •« >ry in .<»,,►(, ihe debt, inlereal and
-I-. ihrioe. Ihe rnuiplaltiAiil in the rni-a.
I |(: !S—T. n per eonl ol ihe pure: a»e money
• he pud in nuh.ntd ihe ri aid no thereof in three
:|itnl l ynii'hu. *1-)*. twelve and eighteen m*n.ha
• in die day ol .»le, the purrliMer nr porrli***r«
v.ii* I u.da wdIijohI ae runty, ti niiug inn ie*i
urn the day of «ilc
JO IN (i ROFK. D for
,",1V * ' K C Wood*. SOC.
I ).e >«le o| the alaive property t« pu.tpuned until
*.t,rd»y the lrid.y of Angift. 1846 jut! 11
MoX‘ K K«mp. fiUdoFam.
; , ,u *• «*••• n*. 20 drum* F.c*
(.j-h /. u to Currant* f.-r rale hy
j""* 10 MO.i UOW «V WaKKMAN.
NEW GOODS^NEW G00B&
? * * IIOUNBlKiOK h rp rne.rad nod are
& mv 'ec.ov.ng ihe lo g. at. hen and rheape*!
•onn cm ol N«l on. und Variety <Jo.aU ihry hay#
>'* r i II.*real Tlte n'teniion of Coiti.try Merchant*
iTi- ii I. i called in ihi* j* ihry will hud batter
irgmna (hare limn ran he had In the city. Cull
Ihe Va teiy .lore on Minima atraat je |l)
l?O^WTA!N INR STA\DS_a few .(llro,)uJ
i* pattern*, mi in Me lor c. uu1 tng' h<',SW.*tgc' r*r,~
Aleo a large an I rvimpteie naanrimenl of rear/
d ( rum* n Noi'tie■•iry ni all di'»rnpti >n»,jnat re*
r,Vrd and fir in a ji reduced price* by
J* 10 J AT IIORNUROOK.
' Jl i S l! ' * - ' I''"’ W Q nil, ofuik
hBL I eri"f in .niifarltrre and finality Velh.w, O.
*•!••• n»»(0‘i*d from N..a 10 In 80, jm t #„•, j*
rd and I r *n v ui reduced price* hy
J 4r T IIOUNBROOK.
■F_,n M'Miroe Street, Wheel,ng,
A DMIMSTIIaTOR'S no i kTk — I^ra77 Tr
m ndiarnUltation having l*.en gr*„,rj tw ,),e
hy the Circir, 8,tartar Court of Law
d ( I,,,,,,, ry .. Count, ,|,e an... of
...uelKsger crrcaaed. lata „f .-ld .R
T*.)' akiioMii.g tht-ma.'lvra mdehied In .„,| ,
r anT n " ,d ,,,,y ",e """• "*• «•»»<*,
an I all perwHa, ha\trig ram,* aeatnai Midea
-are he:, by '"I.• .ho umo ,n ,h.
th.t rlhcr, du y provi d lor aenlement.
jnn« 9—3t JACOB Br.RGER.
-- * ..trainr,
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