Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate, January 24, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate dated January 24, 1867 Page 2
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THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATE. THURSDAY: JANUARY 24, IB6T m- ■ rut cumsii t urns. • Our country appears n, pa(|frvm out erfcis into another. We hjvf just pars <?. 1 tlr<rtC_'S oik', which wan produced % tfc i)o:umkU of NorthernZadi o2*, resisted iu the same spirit Uy Southern Radicals, and was attended by of the iija.U destructive and blood)’ vmm on record. That safely over, and all the demands of the Northern R.idl uali, including uulvcrxal emancipation, | having been obtained, they come for vtwhl with fVcah demands, which, before the war. they scarcely hoped for. They now scorn bout on compelling the South ern States to adopt Negro Suffrage, threatenin';, if this ia not done, to re duce Sovereign States (o a Territorial condition, in which Congress may claim the right to rgsakte suffrage. They do j not intend to be impeded by any Con- Rtitutional barrier. They remember that Coogrcsj had no right to regulate sla very in the Stales, under the Cuustitu lion, bat nevertheless the strong hand) of power overthrew it by means of the war. They calculate now, that If war again breaks out in consequence of their usurpations, that it will only give them another eLauce to perpetuate their pow- r in this country by giving the right of suffrage to their colored allies of the South. ' The people of the South seem to have „ made up their uiumJh to resist nothing, uat even the territorial scheme, should j Congress really attempt it—trusting (bubllcsa to the reaction their citrava- i ganco may produce on the Northern ■ mind. Wo aro glad to seo them take this course, and hope they may not be disappointed in their reliance on North : on) Conservatives. The contest, during ; this crisis, is to take place iu the North- j .era States. It may he a mere political, or u*ral contest, aa it ought to be; but H mar t.lso end iu another civil war.— th ere are several serious matters now brewing which nay so terminate. The impeachment of tho President, so ua o died for and so outrageous, may cf- j cite to violence. But above all, an at- ■ tempt, such as has been threatened, to I Met aside the State Government of Ma- \ ryland, and to set up 9 one, Might meet with resistance, and would i doubles i soon light up th j flames of a civil war. I his would be indeed unfortunate; i’or another civil wnr would at once des troy fhe credit of the Government, the enormous debt of the country would go the way of the late Confederate debt u id tho country would doubtless, in Ihw end, break up into a number of separate Republic*, or despotisms. Wo arc aware that our opponents brag on their ability to make a short war of it, rely ing on the 500.000 weu organised in their f T nlon League; but they bad best nut be too sanguine, for there is a spirit * aroused among thoir opponents which Would spoodily rise equal to the emer- j gentry. Pcopb were mistaken in the I Sotilli, the greater -tho exertions ! that were mads to subdue them, the 1 greater always ria the rcsitancc. It will be so again whenever civil war oc- j oara, and mca vfho now raaks light of it thoir mistake too late. We canim UUllDl (n-at the I imtiAsf ttetttlctiey op events LA In our favor, t nuJ jffi.it; if our friends continue to art j ’■ discreetly, and as ful as possible on the defensive, the criaia may bo passed in peace. Surely tho solid and sensible men ! ot tSo laud will not bo so blinded by | party prejudice aud fanaticism as to I worivwtu llm bands of the destructives, ■ Psriiiou* arc in cirenlatiou in Ches-1 ter and tbo adjacent comities of Penn- ( sylvauia, to bo presented to tbo Legisla ture, aslctßgthe repeat of alt laws taxing aionefjrs at interest. The petitioners as sign among other reasons for tbe repeal that tlie effect of this taxation is to in duce capitalists to incest in Oorern wont securities, or in States in which no sui'li lax ii imposed, and this capi tal is .withdrawn front tho industrial in terests of Pennsylvania. This difijewltj is felt everywhere.— CspitrdW* do not feel like loaning mon ey to individuals ot six per coot inter est, when it at st eSy to isvsst in (iev ernroestsccariUaa which brings higher rate of nsirewt. and arc not taxable. Neither will liauks accommodate people When It m sa easy to get better security and n aigluir rate of interest. Oreut inconvenicneo mast be fall until Ibis inequality is ftapartialiy adjusted. S&'Tlct Avuirifon ontaiuttn urgent I call for tin Radical State Central Cobi tjnittco to meet in Baltimo.e os the 80th. inst. It p. bab!e that application is to La niade to Congress in regard to the turn Halt city- hiw, sod other Legisl*. Ft**?- •' ! : ■' - u NiBTUID LIiVISLITURE, Wednesday, Jan. 10 —ln the Sen- Ate Mr. BUUngnle* oblakwd leave to report biff to incorporate the Wsitmiu itec Gun Ligtt Compupr of Qarroff County*-Kferred to to£itta oft Cot! porzllmis. Thf (xnnmmk on EliHioml i reported % fart* 8f Spate*, who ) la eonteetinff the scat o*C. H. Ohr, as Sfcnator fvhm Allegany County. They report Mr. Spate* to have a majority of 14# vote*. Made tho order pi the day | for Tuesday last. ■ In the House, Mr. Renton presented | a petition from the Tanker Society of Carroll County to bo exempted from serving on juries. Mr. Wampler the petition of Mrs. K J. Rinehart, for compensation fur publishing liws of 18G0. A biff was reported to extond the Charter of the Manchester 1 Institution. THE (JON V KNTION* IIIIX. . j The consideration of thia bill Mimed iu the lluuac on the IGth. A . tuotiun was made to have the election take place at (he next General election iu November, instead of second Wed j nesday of April—-I .oat, yeas 22. niyss3. Mr. Carmichael moved to insert m the bill a danse requiring the Cooveo tiou to prohibit tho General Assembly from making any law providing for the payment by this State for persona here tofore sold as slaves. Mr. Carmichael said this amendment had received tho unanimaim approval of the joint com mittee of ten It was necessary to in sert it in order to quiet the apprehen sions which had been expressed, that 1 ! the object of calling a convention was I to provide for the payment for slaves \by the State. They desired to doselaiui I any such intention, by making this pro- j I vision in the bill. The convention bill of itflO had a provision that ‘ the rela tion of master and slave should not ho j changed.” and the present constitution contains the same prohibition that he \ had presented. ! 51 r. Jones, of Somerset, seconded the . j amendment, and said ho endorsed it I heartily, besidos it was necessary to it. ! because otherwise it would subject all j i their work to rejection. Rut while he should never ask the tBUIUs of Maryland for oompeU*>iti<m far slaves emancipated, f he should contend that when a return | iog onse of justice shall pervade all i portions of the land that the chum for j private property taken for national par-* | pose* nhould be made of the general government. It would be just, he thuu’t., to tax the eitixeus of the State to pay u j claim for private property for which the | national government is responsible.— , Mr. Jones then argued that slaves had always been recognised as private prop erty; that cron Great Britain recognized it, iu hef colonial possessions. In Maryland, projicrty in slaves was formerly considered as secure ns prop urty ia laud. In tho division of prop- j erty it wa usual to give the laid t > the i sons and the slaves to the daughters, us , their portion, and thus it is that women, widows and orphans, have become the ! ! greatest sufferers. It is not to be cx pooled that the general government will 1 recognize tho claims for losses o long j as the present agitation exists. Mr. Williams, of Calvert, said he could see no good result from the adoption of j the amendment, because it Would have no binding ftf.ee. If the people Vote ! | for a convention, they can at (he same time vole for representatives who will j i carry out thoir views. He also said that | Southern Maryland had been taxed fpr • all of llw internal improvements of the .State, without having derived any ben | ctit therefrom. Although we never cx- j | |H.‘ot to get anything from tho State for ‘ our slaves, he thought it better not to | [ lie the hands of the State so tightly that | v could not be untied. The time ! couiewheu vast receipt* from the imj rovi uicuts of the Stale may 1 her lo cmnpcusale us iu part lor j i^HsdaveA. Clark, of Baltimore county, said one of the charges which fhgdol- from his county bad to cneouu- ‘ IB that they sought their election for j |H purpose of voting for a convention ; would provide for the payment of J slaves. Everj member of i denied (ho charge. 11* { is not adopted it would to carry tho vole of his j for the convention. WHlhcr mpmenjment is binding or not. it is j I important that ibis House should give ! expression in the bill to their views on j tliis subject. I Mr. Knott. of Baltimore city, said I j that it was indispensable to the hucccm of llm great measure that the amend- ( meet should be adopted, in order to quiet j the alarm of the western counties and j Baltimore city. We shoqld not hazard the succ-'W of the call by rejecting it. Its adoption will effectually blunt the Weapons of our radical friends. Mr. Harche, of Montgomery, said the subject bud been thoroughly discussed iu his county, and he thought it would be unfair and unjust to impo&o snch a prohibition. The vote was then taken on the adop tion of the amendment, with the follow ing result—yeas GO. Nays—Messrs. Miller, (Speaker.) Applcuuui, Baker, Rnmfurd. Button, Bishop, .Buhruiau, Barche, Davis of Charles, Hail, Hatton, Magrudcr. Ynbey and Will bins—l 4. Absent, Waters. Bruce, Culvert, Gilpin, Morgan, Bhdpe and McCoUey. On Friday, Jau. 18, both ilosses proceeded to ihe cketiott of a State Treasuit i wTileTi resulted in tho ro ehctKH) of Robert Fowler, Esq., who K ' Ci.ty eight votes. or Senator. Tuoid iy ot'Jaat week being the day fixed for *ie oteott;a of n V. S- Senator, by t i* iatc law of Congicsv, both Homes convened and proceeded to ballot. The | IUI in suspend the claim of tho Eastern | Short to the Senator ou thin occasion wot living been yet passed in tha State Sjwate* it became necessary for the Ofturervxtitcs to scsUnr their votes so as to produce no e!eclio. Got. Swann was mutnimously Dominated in caucus, bht it was unsafe to elect him until the Uw was changed. Kadi day a ballot was taken as remsirwd hw the law The threw&Sr rote nniformly for ;• / • Mr. Ores well, except one day for Mr. i- Kvass, of Cecil. 0 On th# ItHb, Mr. Criswell friScotcd the petition of citizen* of Carroll county 1 Tor tho appointment of an ndditmual ** Con stable for (.niuulnwu Diatrk-t, in 4endd ftr tbc of union I UriJ^n. (1 Ou motion of Mr. SfKPHtoKtMI, or th'mf that mi Jujicinry 9 ! i’rowJiujra iiKjuiiv what lopalation i< f Booessary, if any, to f sch of the Stnti! AaiK'aaiira as coutinnc , to net after the cpir.ili"n of the ti UM dei"uateil by law for tile clr*e of aaiil a avMinoula, to reporl by bill or oilier- * 1 Wwo. f • On Mool.iy l ist, in tho House, the i bill rclnling to Jnrio. in Waebingtou. . | Frederick nod Carroll emjnlica. was mndo tbc order uf Ihn <1 ly fur Tburaday. fj UAI.TIMOKK CITV. I ! The (MI fo rpc d cyrri.iin jnria of , the Charter of 11-dtimoru t’it'y, which jraa jetsned in the Jii.l-y was p tast'd 1 also in tho rei|uiroa tWM*oiture of the Oov .! cfnor to become n law. It requires an , eleethm to be held in llallimoro,'on the Jir*t of t’tto Hnry next, for 1 | Mayor and City Council uf IWltiuiurc. I and will oust the present .Mayor and - [ Council*, unless they arc re-elected. — . | This measure has been introduced ia ■ I I eoßswjuencc of the course 1 i pursued at the Charter oloclion last ; ’ Fall, when the election was confined to ' i tho fe# citizens registered in 1805. The ImiM-uehmrnt Iro- I gramme of the Orslrnctlrrs. . 'Vo shall pub ish shortly tho protest . of the better portion of the Republican < press against the madness uf some tea ' j ding Radicals iu Congress, who are, It ‘ j ia insisted, still coueoctiug schemes for 1 , : in'peach meat of the President. The I j idea is so replete with perils that we do I not credit the billowing statement of the New Yolk Herald, (Had:) , -lire plan of o|ieratians which it ia said has been agreed upon is this; Tho House Committee on the Judiciary will make up their report in favor of im peaehmunl. and it will ho adoplud by , I tho House before the close of the pfe iut session. A committM will then hr appointed ami instructed to go, in the name of the House, and imjaraeli An i drew Johnson of certain "high crimes ; and misdemeanors'' before the Senate, and demand his trial u|n>n the charges I preferred against him. The Senate will ■ then postpone tho matter to the meet ing of that body iu connection w ith the new House of Representatives on the 4th of March, for tho reason that on that day the term of one third of the present members of the Senate expires and new members to a-considerable ex tent. including several Radical gains, will lake their places. 'Villi this inert ing of the 4th of March, the Senate will first proceed lo the election of their prosiding officer, and Benjamin " ade. of (Hue, it is supposed, will he I chosen. Mr, "ade. therefore, as Pres ident of the Senate, in the event of the removal of Andrew Johnson, will he i come President of the United (States , under an existing lan ef Congress made ! pars dance of the Constitution i ; \Vith this contingency thus provided : i for, flic Senate next, as a high court of impeachment. Chief Justice Chase presiding, will proceed to the trial of • President Johnson upon tho indictment of the House, and will push the trial! rapidly forward, and. as it is believed by 1 the prosecution, to his conviction nod * . removal from office The correspondent of tho Balt. Situ, on this subject, says: Pursuing the scheme, the trial In the i | Senate is to he protracted nnj cumin- i I uotl until after tlto expiration of .Mr. Johnson s term of office, and thus, as 1 1 I I staled ill a former dispatch, effectually ! legislate him out of the Kxecutive chair, j i The only great difficulty the junta find i j iu the complete execution ol this phut , is the very serious legal question as to , I tl ,c power to depitso the President upon 1 the mere impoavhiucnt, and before not ; iid ion. and the constitutional prohihi j lion against the passage of an act rx j'"*t facto iu its character, which it is j admitted by all good lawyers would he | ; the character of au act now or bcrcaf-, : ter passed to mu pend the President | I from the performance nf hi* official du- 1 1 ties during the trial on impeaehuiaot-.— 4 I Thus the vase stands to-night, j In the meantime it is asked. ‘ What will the President do about it?” 1 feel j warranted in raying that, inasmuch as I the initiative lias been formally taken J ; i® 'he House, Mr. Johnson desires that tho investigation shall proceed ; and, au j long as the impeaehers pursue the eon stitulion and the law, he will promptly i respond to any charges that may bo pro i lerred against him. But, nevertheless, any attempt to depose him by irregular and m niifestly illegal procedure will he resisted by all tho power of the goveru iwot. i tum-ey’* Udys’ Book. This wcU established Monthly, and ! great favorite of tho Ladies, has beau already received for February. It is the 2nd number of Volume Seventy Four. Th* illustrations are of the highest order, and the literary matter cannot he excelled. It contains a beau tiful stool engraving "The Jmst Mouoy,” eon tailing thirteen figures. The Fash ion Piute contains six finely colored drosses, reol tuitions. Wc cannot enu merate alt; it must he seen to be right ly appreciated. Address L. A. Qodoy, , Philadelphia Pa. Price 83.00 per year —liberal deduction to clubs—specimen copies sent for 25 eta. each. iMPOItTAXT Bkcisiox.—Yesterday ■he Supreme Court of Appeals, in the Mac of Mary K. Hughes rr. Joimuou | wealth, mewed a dccirion of a lower court, and thus decided, substantially, that the clothing of a married woman does not belong to her, hut to her hus band- —Htrkmmd Va. Ti,nti, Jon. IU. SguOolondo, if admitted, with her twenty-seven thousand inhabitants, will hare tbesMß* soufrol over federal Itgiv ‘ lsl# an M*W fork, with her popula tion of (our wßiiona. THE MTU OF JtXt'ARY. The Bth of anniversary ' Of Uen. Jackson'a victory over the llri j fish at New Orleans,rwm celebrateJ by . the Cdiisataaiivoa at-Washington Inn i truly pattiolie style, A grand banquet lias had In the eve*#'.;, the Veoidablc ■ £raci P. At II \ o'clock the 1 “resilient of the United f States tillered the hall, ami wit* recei > ved with cheers, the waving of hand, r kerchiefs, and inu-ic by the band. Af ter n hin t to the Jq tint health afthc President was |<i : (ijtoscii. On rising s President Johnson was again applauded, ■ lie said it was not his purpose in malts i a speech, hot simply to propose a seoti -1 ment, which Was read, as follows i r I No Slate, of its own will, has n right, | under the Constitution, to renounce its | place in. or to withdraw from the Union. : Nor has the Congress of the United j States a constitutional power to degrade j the people ot any State by reducing ' i them lu tha condition of a mere territo ' rial dependency upon the Federal head. | The one is a disruption—a dissolution , of the government j the other is a eou ! solidaliou and an extreme of despotic power. The advocates of the latter are also the enemies of the Union and of our constitutional form of govern ment. The sentiment was received with long and loud cherts. I The occasion was, all in all, a very i significant one. The Washington cor- I respondent of the Baltimore (tazelle I writes as follows of what was said it the I banquet t i 1 see you have published the twist President Johnson gave, and his brief prefatory remarks. I could give but a taint idea of the effect they produced - upon the audience, were 1 to attempt it. At no time since his elevation to the Presidency has he given such deci ded evidence that hr may hr fully frits hti in any emergency. anil that he may hf fallal equal !a I lit tank nf meeting the d uyert that threaten (he ran a try. His presence seemed to inspire the speakers with a spirit which has been quite un usual for the past few years. It would be invidious to particularise, but I may. with propriety, say that the speeches of Messrs. Black, Cowan. Doolittle, Mcr | rick and Ungers exhibited a true far different from the timid and truckling 1 elocution indulged in of late by tile op i ponenls of Congressional usurpation. In impassioned and emphatic language, ; the President was pointedly told bv , these gifted orators, that unon the firs’t attempt el the plotters at tho Capitol to carry their infamous insurrectionary projects into practical effect, they would look to him ns Cammander-in- Chief nf the army and nary, In rjcrreiu hit Jen e. limit h, their full extent, and that they could, after the orrurreneei uf Ihit ere. nimj rely with rrtieired ami umhmhting atturanec an hit tielrmiinaliun la da hit full duly. j Mr. Cowan, in portraying the mon strous violations of tho Constitution al- ] 1 ready perjietralcd by Congress in ex ; polling members avowedly to secure i sufficient majorities in refusing repre- - | sentativrs to ten Slates, wtiuse riuiit to ( seats was as clear as those of Massa chusetts, ml in hundreds of other usurpations, frequently paused In ask— ■ ,\\ lint then ? What is the remedy. I | What is to be dune T These u urpa 1 , thins— these practical violations of the | Constitution, he oonteuded. were as gross 1 as those committed by Cromwell when he ‘-purged tho House of Commons.” "They called,” be said, "for practical I j redress'"—and eyeing the President i I steadfastly for a moment, bo continued, i "and the moans of ibis redress cannot j I be found iu speeches, however eloquent and logical, in conventions, however 1 numerously or harmoniously attended. 1 1 or iu banquets, however splendidly sup- I plied—but in practical action, iu firm- ' uess and iu courage.” Judge Black, in responding to tho! toast complimentary to the Supreme j Court, delivered a glowing eulogium i upon its members, but "disdained to, dele dit against its assailants." He i declared that Milligan and the oilier parties whose cases were decided by ! that tribunal were as innocent as ungels | of the crimes charged upon them, os i the evidence conclusively showed, but 1 that. neverl hi less, if the Executive had I not interposed, and so enabled thorn to 1 bring the great question before the | Court, they would have been murdered \ i by order of the commission instituted!

to try them. Judge IJ. did not hesitate ! to class Holt with Conover and his as sociate*—and to compare them to Oates' Daiigorfield and Bcdioc. and he warned tho renters nf the highest judicial tri bunal in the land, iu and out of Con gress, ot the fate ot those miscreants who, within s year of their unbounded power, were tied to the tail of u cart and whipped through London amid tho shunts nf their lurmur ignorant and mis guided dojics. Judge if. also made tho astounding disclosure that within eigh teen mouths Thuddeus Stevens, who now denounces thedecisinnef tho Ciurt, j declared to him (Judge IJliek) that the | military courts and commissions, thou iu full blast, had, iu his opiuiuu uomore legal authority io try parties outside the army and navy than so many ipohs gathered from the throughfarca of our cities by irresponsible parties. An interesting fact was brought to light by Hon. Montgomery Blair during the delivery of his spirited speech. "X moan (raid he) toemnmit a breach of confidence here to night. I want to read you a telegraphic despatoli. Here it Is Irom Andrew Johnson to Mont gomery Blair, in the year of cur Lord 1803. “XAsnvittJt, Nov 24, 1863, £‘lleeeivcd Washington, Nov. 25,1863! To the Hon. Montgomery Blair, Post master General. Marked confidential."] “1 hope the President will not be committed to tho proposition of -Slates relapsing into Territories, and hold them as snub If he to;rs elenr of this extreme his election to the Presi dent y is without s reasonable doubt 1 expected to have been in Washington before tins time, when we could have eouversed fully tod freely in reference Ic the policy to bo adopted by the Gov ernment. "Bat it has been impossible for me y t# leave Nashville. 1 wilf bo Umfe j, ioon. The institution of slavery is ftme, and them is no (Plod reason no* ’ for destroying the State* m bring " shout the dest raft ion of M t _ A.Mo.rvr J #/s(#' c MK WhUr couApueif: ,a Tw ) tola delil’crcd b; mo' to tho President. Novmuhcr 2*5. IHG3. It it not a matter of history ? Dill nut every matt who - henrs my voice know that udvico van . adopted—a reconstruction adopted and . proceeded Upon by Abmhsm J sin coin Upon the doctrine laid down irf thit f Atfd now his stir cower, who : gate him the* advice ltd carried out, ih . to Ur iwpcnclunl for n faithful adlmr * elite to file doctrine*. priori pics and practice Which .\irhafli liinttrlo Wup olwfcd upon, which ho pracMred in his lifetime, ami which Mr. Johnson. . as an iioiiest and faithful man, is Krug * gling to carry out! Do not despair.— ■ No. my friends; that great popular I power, that deep set love of country I ‘ and the Constitution, written in the j : hearts of every American, will arise ami utand around Andrew Johnson while he fulfils the mission of Akrah im Lincoln ” Kcinovtiis from Offltp. In the U. S. Senate, Jan. 1(5, when : 1 the bill to regulate the tonnne and aj>- ’ pointment of officers by the President , was under debate, Mr. Cowan of ]*.. * made the followingauthorittaivc statue- j , i ment— | The Senator frmn Ohio. (Mr. Sher • i man) had said tho other day that the ■ 1 President had made civet 2,ODD removals . from office. The number of civil offices ; | at tho disposal of the I'roidonf was ex* , ; telly 2,4JL and the whole number of [• removal# made in 4 4G. It could not be i ’‘aid that a majority only was entitled ’ to tho offices, lie would vontnre to 1 t state that of tho JIG new appointees, } 400 ot them were members of the mu- j jority—hud voted for the President and voted for the present Congress, bnt had f lately differed on the f|iic.stioit of policy . and conKiiiilional law with that major i ity. A largo number of the removed uffiqpholtlcrs had been guilty of the greatest disrespect toward# tho Prcsi- | j dent, who was their superior officer, and used language coueeniing him which no • Senator would attempt to justify. The Senator from Ohio fad also sta . ted that not 100 names hid been sent , I to the Senate, when at tiiat very day 357 appointments had boon ►cut in. | and tho Senate had only acted on tlvc i lie (Mr. 0.) had obtained from the dif ! I forout departments a statement, of the 1 | Presidents appointments and the mini , j her of removal#. I’udcr the Depart- J ! maul of State there were .’*4o np|oiiit ment#. and there had been l‘J removals; .•i m the Treasury Department U7J ap pointment# and lfU removals, in tfio Inteiior departments 210 appoiShuc. its hU 21 removal#; in the PtMofficc Vft . TOO appointunrnt# and remwals; in the Attorney Cem r.il s office 202 appoiuttuentfl and 10 removals. Tnuiflon C'rt#e# Hfcfted. It was noticed in The. dw'raai'Hiut on the call of the orimin d doc Id in the I nited Stales Circuit Court last No i veuibcr, directions had bee given by ! the District. Attorney to the Clerk to drop thereafter the entry of the cases i of such persons who. having been in j dieted by the faiand Jury ot that Court ( for treason, had Hot been arrested, as i also not to renew the mini mouses or > warrants fur the other# who had given bail. Yesterday the act of discontin uing tho prosecution of these cases was ; completed by the nfilh'u-/ of uth Kc cases j <mi the A i*oig those liow'ssd fv •on* any n|Vprchcusion of arrest i by the Marshal or his deputies arc (co. J P- Kane, (Jeo. 11. Stewart, (led. Preaii i or, Harry Oilnior nnd inane li. Trimble. 1 I As stated at the time, Bradley T, Jidm son and .Namuel MeCnbhin were I dound by I‘resident Jokusun -1 fitif In tho I. S. House of Heprescn- I tatires, on nmtion of Mr. Ward, of N. ! V., on Monday last, the Committee un 1 tleelions, wax ordered to inquire into ! and rejsirt on the recent election in ! Maryland, with power to send for per- ' j tons and papers. He allcg d that it | i *a done at tho instause of prominent j Union men in Maryland. They com | plain that the President nnd Gov. I Swann have sold the Statj to the Beb- I els. It passed by a vote of 103 to !!5. Indian* Trotibic.totnp. Bt. Lone. Jan. 20.—A di.pilch from Bt. Joseph's tu the St lamia lie publican, dated North I’latle. January Uilh. says the Indians arc very warlike, and svoral rumors are afloat regarding their depredations, and that they have killed forty men west of that pities; also that they were marching lor that place in great strength, with the deter uiination of clearing the road to Fort Kearney. Eight thousand troops have ! been ordered for service on the plains and io the mountains. Tho first in stallment ia now on routs by the Uaeifie railroad. Deceased.—Judge Durkins,-of Co lumbus, -Mississippi, died recently, iu the eighty-sixth year of his ago. He was liberal in bis contribution:- to chari ties. Hu gave Rot loss than 880,OOU, of which sum ho placed 860,000 in the hands of tho directnra of the Theologi cal Semioary at Columbia, South Caro- Una. An Immense Fortune.—Thcßbep. herdstown (W. Va.) lieyttfer says it > has been ascertained beyond Ike possi bility ordi doiftt that a fortune ot 875,- 000,000 has been loft to the Grove fam ily, of that county, by certain parlies in Holland. Wouldn't it he “an nice' In he an heir iu that family 1 iron bridges have been , built iu Cincinnati for the Pacific Kail rord. The I * liladclphia Mint is producing ! two millions of the new fivo cent pieces per month. The New York dry goods clerks ure Watched by | ArUvtive force Local Intelligence. >• - t Fruuitki u Accident.—On S;tur< r day Uat, about 10 o'clock, a* the train I fromi Fithiii Bridge was approachinglbo Repot at Wfeituiiltor, Thomas 8. Upo* E*j . tHte of tfce Judges ofthe i (DphtuaJCutirt rbvOWtll county, wm observed walking on the truck iuut ' ahead of tbc cftgfoe, nod apparently unaware of' it* approach. The engine i whistle waft blown, the bell rung, and 1 etcrjtHhtg dot#*, it in said, to attract (ta attention. but without effect. When too late tlu* engine wm reversed, but ' could not bo stopped botore it reached him* lie wan dragged some yard* and slirowii with his rtjjht arm dcrtSi the track—hiS arm being crushed beneath tho wheel* just above th* elbow. He received also numlry briiisca about the bcfd, hi* Jaw being broken, and split open ut the chin. He was taken to the Hotel of Mr. Cook, and received prompt surgical at tention. His arm was amputated by * Hr. J. W, llering, assisted by Hr.-. War e!d, Butler and Billiuple:|. Wo iini'c stand that he still I.ch in a precari ous condition, though hopes arc enter , tabled lor hid recovery, lie resides on the Baltimore turnpike about six miles Oolow Westminster. On that morning he hid accompanied his team Corn load ’ of limestone, fro n the quarry of Hr. Butler, near the railroad, and ai the f time of the accident his sun was driving ; the (cam on the bank near the railroad. ; whilst he was walking on the railroad ' track. It is believed that his mind was so pro occupied by concern for the team I a* the horses were fractious; that he did not heed the alarm of the approaching train, or supposed it was farther off than *t really was. The accident was a se vere shock to hi wife and family, a* , well as to the entire com in unity, who j truly sympathise with them. j Tiir Wf.atiikii.—()n Bundy night I we had an additional fall of snow, which ; now lies to the depth of seven or eight inches. The last .-now Was attended b\ , high w inds which drilled it very mncli. and lias impeded travelling. There was little detention if any. on onr II il , road, but on iinmt other road* the mails were much behind time. In the North 1 the snow, by ul! accounts, uiiict Ih* very deyp. and the drift- unu-mliy s. The weather has hu.-n very cold hoco early in December The hubir nt B.iltiiuore l ,a * been milch impeded |J the ire. though nut entirely dosed. FkMAI.K C'oI.I.KIIIATK AM* M.\I.K Acaukmic Ixsrni TK. n Wkstuin I sTKII. Mn.— this Institution of h im iig. under the able management o! Ib v. .lollii A. Millie***, commences mioliiei h >sioj* on the lilt, uf February nev.as nny seen on reference to the ndut I in*.Hint inside this week. A report 1 .'ing been circulated, uspeei.illy in I 4 he country, th.it the IVimlp.l was about to leave Westminster for anothcl po-if:oii, we have been requested to state that it is n t correct. Mr. Stephen Smith, of Tmcytewii District, killed ibis Season three ft.ie young Hogw which weighed |(T, US and 512 respectively. Taney town is beginning to jy attention to raising large Hogs, so Westminster must wake up or anofber year may Had her behind , old Taney town. hiMophur aim p<n f stales ! inaii. Addison, in his Sjwhif,.r. lie; Hrst and most omusing uf ptM'iod.e.ils. in his ' papers on Country and City Ulu. atfvvrd/ the luost genial recitm men*)., t ions t> preserve the health and purity of the body; bis just and benevolent teachings fcwlth respect in health may be sought f and read with the best effect, by persons of nil habits ;mJ age ; the general gmsl offecl of gentle medicines, artistically I compounded, Addison's experience ami intelligence avouches tlie neveasitv for. Ho lived to n g.ssl old age. :.nd were he ; living, would no doubt, resort to Bryan's i I*ile Fills, a Indy life giving nod Irene -1 lie ini remedy lor purifying the blood.— i (Bco nJvcrU'einciit,) jan. r. Tlir. JoiiNfin.i i'inkuburgi District, will meet at tbo Stone School : 1 lloos > (by the pike mid i.usby road) on •Saturday Evening. 20th. iut., for the ] traits I'-ijou of important businesa. Alii I friendly \o Hie cause will please attend. By Order Jau 17 J. BI’SII. .Secretary. A marketmaii in Harrtsbarg has ] manufactured n Mmage fifty fact nine in this in length. "lIKATIIs! " ’ Ai his residence Hi Baltimore city, on Friday the Ihil. Inst, Mr. Wu.i.um I'/miu h, Broker, aged 5U years. The deceased was I* native ot WcatnriMftfcf. In Frbcllshurg. on Th arm lay roaming the 10th of January, after an illness of 1 weeks, Nrynon IvJ Fujzrr.i., in the 52dycnr of his aged. The deceased was u nicer.* ally beloved and respected by all w ho knew him, and society will long mourn his untimely departure.— Fond Mother, mourn not! Vour beloved | Khntny now ulridc* with his Redeemer, freed 1 from the wires of this world, hi the Sunil'k resting place. BaU, X hinny, rest, thy iplrt/i gone, Ah Angel a hnnd conveyed thee home, Oh! may thy body rest in |cnec. And nil thy sorrow* over cense. But not w hile breath reinains in me, Will I cease to think of thee My memory on thy face shall dwell And breathe tiro sue red word “farewell.” Fniou Bridge, Jan. 18th, 107. H. BUTUORE MlßKfiTl, Trmiut, 22,1847. Fur.—The rango of tho market is given ns follows, viz: Howard Street Super aud Cut Extra llaflt 50, do Extra shipping 12 60a$lfl 00, do biffh grades PJuU SU, d* Family 18 Ohio Supor aud Cut El !r 10 TfiaU 25, City Mill# Super JO 50a £l2 00, do standard Extra U 50a512 50 j*cf Wd. Uyo Flour— ne# d 25a$0 75. Corn Meul—City Mil la $5 per hhl. (•jiai.v.—The only solt of Wheat rej>orted was a small lot of common red at cents. . Conf—Fair to while at ln.<l 05, and fellow j ut Scents to $1 02 jet Imshri. Gats is nuotcil at s‘Jii'io cents per bushel. Nothing doing in Uye. PHo tsmxH.— Bactro it steady nt ID cents, for Sh>alder, 12i cents for rih Sides, and 18 cents for clear rib do; 10*47 cunts for city sugar-cured Ham*, loud is quiet at 121 cents for both City bad Western id4*. I>kk**ki) Boos.—Hcceipts and demand fa J. r * - ,Sal , Ri at HahJ cents, imrirew * offering the lower figure. Hemm.—Clwv.r i Kamo and firm at 8 M •** Mi Timulhr 8 oUu*l 15; lTa.< CO ptrWihcf# SlKH'tal Xoarcsit < Or. N( lirnrk’a tlnii,tn,l<^ " * SuballlMle |r Cll>iiui: " '*••■ I'HS am M|a, il <•# ♦y.lnir, rw>U( I. baring Ih, (knwrr iriH.. iHr Mrrlli.u. rtf it,. “ “te ** md pin . mortar*, aVI prwlarlng a'ar af ffr.a. I aiKgmoaU. ar a.ng. rmi. rfm. mtUrtl „n.fi y follow the use of Ibo latter. l* 1° *ll Wllloiw disorders ihevr PltAl* Ht*j | usotl with confldeaer, as (hey |.romh the HU t charge f vitiated Mia, and re MU vu those ..h --1 dripfloßfi fioia the liver. Sod biliary daola/ ( * hlch are the cause of bilioas nffoctinag in : | . Hc4eji-a% fu.l4 r*rJttfk.lfead Q nd all disorders / ih l.i*. #> Uilested ( **- v "kin, roated toiign,*, ensliveaess/ dniwsMeas, and • general fotdliig of Weariaeetf aiol l4f>iiud< > l rhowing that the liver Is In a tor* 2 pw OI olotrurfcil condition. * In slntrt, these I*lll- wny In* 45. l a itb advaa- Ng* in aM wars alien u purgative Hr alterative no dh Ihe Is rrqMrcdi Flease fish for “Hr. hchenrlt’s Mshdrak? I Fills,” and ukwrfve that the two IlkeaeaSes rf the llortor arc rn the Uovcrament stamp—one 1 hen in the last stage of ronsumptioii. and the other In Ms present health. Hold by all UrnggUts and deafer*. TrliS* M ! cents per !.•*. I’liiiHpal OUlce, No, IS Vonh , rttli Htrccl. Philadelphia, Pa. fJeneral Wlml-sule Agents: Demas Mat bps ; A (V, 21 Park Itow .New York jK. t*. Haace. t Ino Ualtimore St.. Ilahimore. Md. 1 J.4i |. Parke, N. K. n*r. of Konrih and Walnut Hu, • Cincinnati, tflilpj Walk-r A Tavlor, U.. A I 3 Wabish A venae, Chicago. 111. :'o4llim Rroth. er-. iMinthne*t corner of ttemad and Vina ft|s., ift. la.ah, Mo. d.-c. 27. fih A sth . 1 yr. . j yi.-SWAVXK S I Bow El. CORDIAL. 1 A sure remedy , for Asia He Cholera Cholera M.obus I>- miery, IMari hudl, t'lio|.*ra 1 0 fun 11101 , or Hummer CoM pluint. pain In tin* Hlomach aad 1 Bowels. Hlrh Stomach. Vomiting, aud all rclaael eoMdition* of the llowels. jn-t no family h- u iilu.ni this toed* icine. It will give lin f mediate relief. 1 *-ld by WIT RRKSK. well My WWtilaiUT. ] UKAI.TII AM) STIIKMITH TOTIIK HWK. • ‘Can be cafirH** , ! *(W*|>titftt* SW.WXK'H ‘Can Ub cared.’ 1 ’(Vinsutuplioii* *t'an be cared.* I '(WNHiplion* COMPOUMI ‘Caa he cured, * ‘t'.insamplion' •Cunh.rnr.ti/ 'ConsiiMptiun’ SVltrpttr •(’■n be cared.* ' 'Consumption* -Can b** eared/ 1 'Coasamptlaa* Wiln C'liaanv ‘Can be cwrrd/ ■ 'Coiisiiiapiiou 1 ‘Cun hr < urrd/ •Consumpihm* W TUB ‘Ca* hr cared/ •Cou.umptlon* ‘Can he cared/ *Conainpiion’ PKMKBV. ‘Can fie cured.* Thirty rears' rvjer|enee, and the great a* moniit t*f Isfiinoiiv from all |uir|. of the worhi ha. pi ot cn it a standard and reliable reined* for Cold*. Asthma, llroMfliilis, \erituo I). Ml ity. Spitting. IJv-r Complaiul. Pain* In the Side and Mrrsfl dll diseases of the Air Pas sage, and Langs. Prepared oi.U hr llt. SWAVNK A Son., *••• North Sixth Slrtt-t, PhiUHelphia. I SoW by W.\|. KKBSB. oetll ly West mi niter. Itch ! Itch ! I Hcratt'h 1 Scratch '• \ • SW A VXK'S 01 MM BXT cures Itch I* frm.i 13 to 24 hours. , -ITCH hr. Aw*gar*. *TkTTKU* ; *ITCH' hr, AVwjms's *TBTTKH' 1 i ITcii; ‘TBTTBb* mu •rrm* sever kmuwx •tkttkif I ‘ Wl’ ‘TESTER* ITMP TO KAIL ftfCTTW ITCIf TBTTBIt’ 1 ’ITUP IX 4TUIXO THIS ‘ITCH’ •TKTTKM* •ITcIP TOU M bnti.no *TKTTNR # mMI' •TKTTKR' rrcil’ COMPLAINT. ‘TKTTBIF Caras llrhlng IHlea. Salt Kheam. Scald Head, t-1 Itash. M Skin Prepnntl cnlv hr Hit. SWAVNK A SOX, Ch.lsdeli hla. S.ia hy WM, MKKHB, iielll-lr WeslminMer* woMuiiiFns bcTtui kT M AHA Ml! lIKMINOTtIX, the world re. anword A*lr4ogUi and Somnaoihalislie Clalr rorant, while in a clainovant Mute. d> li< nates th • r|rt feature* <( iti# p. iM,u you are fi. mar rr. aasby of an liiidi uincut of inrea— -1 power, known ** tho Psychomotnnw r gnnraw lee, ts produce a |H-rf.-ci and lifr-llko picture of the future husband r wife of the applicant, .aitli d.<f of marritge. oeeupatfrtn. leading I aitsofeha n ter. Ac. Thisi.no itn|N..itioa r a.* (eatiiuoiiiaU without nuuih.-r ran assert.— , Hr slating place of Id; th. age,disposition. rtd,ir d eye, and hair, and eio hedng fifty emit*, and ►ta.up.il envelope addressed to rnarscif. vow 1 wifi receive the jd.-ture hv return mail, togeth er with tl.vired information. \ddr. o !•> omlidc'ure, M\n.\wt (Jxarnret ltra).orov, P. o. Box TSI, West Tray. 5. V. >ept. IV-tmu fT:wale colleuiate MB u.i; wtDEnir imtimc. T1: 1 c 111; iik. i ! UTBIUItr lIKPAMTHEXT. 1 llrv. John A. Mi not, A. M. , Mirt M. b... Fiirluiu,, 11. K. 1- MiUnrv V. MunniiiL'. MU- A.1.. MVSJIXU PBI'A/tTMBXr. Mr-. Ffiiime It. Munri- 1 . { ratlltM Wsrm-riojf .ill W..F111 I 111, a.id HKHKtON ..f it, SIXTH .H. MON'DAY. PKIU fU AUV 4th, l#hi7. I’tijiila will U•- wived nl /rare, and rhnrgod front lima of entrance. i*v a noMtmsu school. Ita nnialicr of BtHtnJittx l**pU during the •wst W wA* 2a fuuiajea, and 15 mate*.— The Prinripjil receive* only sir fctualc* into hi* futtiny : a tumitier of other* may board with Mo/00-n/ faniilics in the town. Tho HU wisliitij; to occupy the. vacancies not yet filled, will phm-Ht make tarty. fXIUuH. Tlie accommodation* for Boarders are ItCO vjxirafr boil,ling.H, Uiilt of brick. That fur the Male licpartmunt in the rcsitlmcr of tho Iterj loNvru vx Minrok (Father of the rribcipalb Rhone pntcnml cam will he over hij Inlanders; that for the Konmlc Depart, ment it occupied by the I*riiici|ail. There will not be any communication fictwecm these department*. Kadi will Iwconsidered ax a /iiimJgj ulfii 1 ioioe to ita iNNtrdenr As j my School. XumW of Bar Pa pH*, during the )*t year, tffi, making a total of 107 Pupil*. Accommodation* on* fiy commodtAu* mom*, vim The young men's study room— the boy* studr rootu—tbeyouug Imtlc*' study room—tho Kimary' room, and the lecture room. VrjHurtM* of*.—Primary, Preparatory And Collegiate: three grade* of closer* in each Department—ln Altaic, superior advaa* tacc*. latin taught jprataitoualy. Kajwiai alt on turn given to mU eftmtaim principle*: also to I’omnaoahip (jdnhi and fancy); to Book-keeping; to Spelling, Head ing and Flotation. Six grade* ef Tuition, from $4 lap to • U p.f ijn!W'.‘P. . For Circulars addroa* REV. JOHN A. MCNROE, JMmJA Principal. 1400 Rails for Sale. ffJHK living one mile East I from Carrollton, has on bund fir sale, n lot of first quality Hut!*, all of second growth Timber, which lie sell on the ground, or delivered on the Railroad at ShatnsWr gwr’h, or on th# l n knni OnrmHtnn. AMOS KVAKRv Jw2J4l*