Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 22, 1848, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 22, 1848 Page 2
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Tiim. iMturuti m DiTUL-i??rmii i*to thi Vaioa inn Mil CMMili'f. Taylor. C* n Wtu-hm^un ]32 440 i (.kimu cat 217 2J4 Wa krr 128 271 Foil Ikio do... 36 120 Giimer 47 122 lUu/onu (p n) 18 150 Kniriic 92 175 L .brrtv (jiaii) 55 128 li?>> 12 41 Medina 22 45 lir.xar 1*9 :?2 Cou.aJ It |n,i W iIIimii turn l(i II Travis 89 219 Harm 289 111 Muc( cd'ctira 312 i*an Augu'tiur 7(> -II Sabii* 78 ltil V if ion 87 8lt DrWItt ? Iti Hun'tvtlie < <t> Hs 162 Horn-ton do 185 <'55 Ore K? 22S Htd luver 1>5 Lamar W 358 Titu* 12? 205. lioiintit 365 :i&t Matagoida (hj?j ) ? 12 Goliad do ? 8 Gonzaire do ? 17 tonus ChriFti 66 56 Uiirk 102 455 Camciou 476 .'550 Austin c>ty 21 171 Kcucts Co. (inaj ) 10 ? A'ewton 26 50 JtBj.tr Ki 113 2,972 5,S)J2 Total thus fur ^.GUO 7,071 3,690 Case's majority thus far 3,411 Arkansas* 1848. 1311. Taylor, Can. Clay. 1'olk. Arkaoraa no 74 ho ?:i Bvaton 90 2to) 00 ;iil B aulfj 2.7 1'21 144 154 Carroll law Util (nor?turn?) CfQicov *" Clark 3?3 223 174 217 Cobvkt. 14D 171 107 2iiS Craw foid 345 467 385 605 Crittenden 104 08 109 129 D?l as 203 26. > (new county ) D toil a ??'? 140 127 56 Drew Ili8 249 (new county ) Franklin (returna rej ) 140 201 Kulton 62 93 (no returns) Greece 13 45 37 208 Htmpdead 376 330 314 350 Hot sipr ng 142 178 120 237 Inc'e^euUi net) 422 408 27 8 310 liar a (no returns ) (no ra'.urns ) JaoktoL.... 164 235 124 184 Jafltrton 195 177 130 147 Jobnaon 194 350 141 431 Lafayttte 85 98 39 70 LavrenOf 230 201 112 207 Mad 87 214 63 3tf<3 Marion 49 49 (no r?'.irn?) Mifr.*fi| pi 118 110 (no re.urns ) Monioe 113 98 92 73 Montgomery (returna rt>j.) (with H Spring) Newt<n 2 51 16 liO On el ita 571 428 220 1S4 Ferry i'9 80 33 65 Pbtlllpa (no return* ) 2?0 H70 Pike 67 133 (no returns) Poinsett 44 116 29 171 T'oik 17 69 (no returns) Fore 240 292 241 COS Tihiriv 41 111 (niw county ) 1'uu.tki 438 465 438 52S Hanoi lj.li 60 129 59 311 Saline 147 244 130 219 Sco'l 01 ISO 35 107 Sealcj (no returns ) (co returae ) Sevier 108 195 114 301 St iranclF 2*8 26J 99 209 U&isn 6^3 535 214 >09 Van Buitn 05 130 46 121 Wa'b^'toti 877 400 378 729 Wliite 43 60 96 123 Veil 137 18C 80 249 Total 7 668 9,300 6,601 9.616 Majority f<r Caar 1,712 Majcjiiy fcr Polk 4 042 Thi<^0'.e f?ys the Arkansas Banner, is 8 000:hort cf the LU'ijfci r jiol!? d in August when the decaocri?tio n ajo* iy *? erer 6 ? 00 I aylor'j net gain, emapared *lih tbe (fTicial vote of 1S44, is 2'.30. Tfte counties 1rtm wbioi ro returns ?e e recrirod in 184! art* n-jorte to bare given FeU an a ungate majority of about 7.6, vl cb, ndced to th* ofTi -iai. wou'd make bin rrajor i J in .he abile State 4 767, aud Taylor's gain I 55. Mlululnnl 1844 . 184(1Coirtirt. I'tlk. Clay. Can. Taylor. Adtnr 4 52 7 bo 36 j 043 At'ala 606 270 .'.63 480 Aunt* 301 429 300 426 Bolivar. 61 66 49 89 Choctaw 644 426 743 642 Chioknsaw ....... C32 366 848 846 Covington... ..... 303 08 346 135 Coabcma . . 162 143 130 189 Copiah 049 447 587 4 >1 Claiborne 428 434 308 404 Clarke S53 366 282 211 Carroll 742 678 021 885 D? Soto. 709 671 723 8)6 franklin 220 172 240 226 Greene 175 62 79 184 H&rrtoou.? ... ... 1^9 103 172 166 Hancock 127 56 116 147 Hind* 916 l.H'O 822 1.2o6 Holnier.. . 408 578 620 643 Itawamba 826 368 880 667 iMnqutna.. . ? ? &8 85 Jefleroon. 333 364 200 382 Joneo. 117 72 lol 95 .Ja?per 403 210 308 343 Jactfoa 216 IT 163 32 Kemper . ........ 515 201 450 416 Lawrence. 545 04 4US 146 Lafajetle 632 64 J 760 730 Leake iio 100 280 328 Lauderdale. 031 256 667 474 Lowndee K>0 644 780 801 Marion * 264 68 162 09 Mldlioii 4M5 612 407 614 Monroe 811 549 1,062 021 M art ball 1,184 1,036 1,844 1,306 Noxubee 577 610 667 617 Neehoba 2J6 166 254 211 Newton 270 143 107 184 Octibteba 345 241 424 388 Pike 414 232 308 277 Panda 408 430 344 578 Tmj 71 126 00 143 I'CDTOICC <UV Otf tfV* ?0< Rankin 416 ill 370 306 Smith 249 94 287 210 Scott 269 J12 273 162 Simp'en 300 178 264 2:56 Sunflower. 14 7 22 S3 Tlfbemingo 1,004 480 1,190 840 Tunic* 24 36 25 '.I T*Uai*tctaic 218 179 210 206 Tippab 1,170 692 1,236 081 Winston 475 201 425 u07 Waebtngtnn 103 209 71 179 Wart) 606 922 478 890 Wilkinnou 865 441 291 4',5 ViiEf 95 102 S3 97 Yaroo 630 678 497 641 Yaiaburba........ 105 719 846 613 TcUl 20 507 20,127 f..4:>6 2ii T'18 tier 63) Polk OT*r Clay 5 780 Total *ote, J848 52 474 DO. 1844 40 034 lacnat* 6440 Krntnrky. Di?tricl*. i. 1844 > 1841. Covvlitt. Cloy. Polls, Tnyt <r. C'? Hopkln* 704 814 ,96 766 THff 667 651 6X8 632 Caldwwll 7 iO 966 K26 841 Union 607 784 301 468 Crittenden \ 284 399 342 .'.98 Llrintnton 424 327 65 X35 Calloway 204 772 227 U04 Max* ball \n 000 121 493 Graves 8S<i 884 468 5 72 MoCracktn 216 195 407 308 Ballard 202 400 2*7 W Hlekman 304 740 109 r.:>3 1-ulton (new county) 193 273 Total 4.779 7,332 6,180 C 478 Polk * majority 553 mulnrttv 1 Ki? Butler 361 *00 S4-) {T, i Br?rk#nildgf 024 4# 4 1106 4U Chriitlna 1,122 826 1,132 7m, Da?x-i 808 022 080 ?<v. KdnoDKOB. ...... 1*4 261 24# 2?|(| (irijHon 4.'t2 3S0 607 " l"i Htadaraon "19 638 731 5'>5/ Hancock 277 213 ?>4 IWj SlMl er.O 2i3 71-1 2ii Muhlanburg C67 489 710 437 Ohio 601 612 718 64J ToUl ....0,716 *Zl~i 7,441 4,620 C l?y> majority 1.8 >2 Taylor'* majority 2.821 ti. T*4d 781 406 SIR 409 Logaa 1,407 374 1 402 311 Ktmpaon 466 418 44* 424 Warn* 1,182 6*7 I JM o?l Band* 1,300 1,108 1,402 lnt< Alloa 401 006 428 6M Mntn 461 473 690 371 Hart 678 668 680 6? ToUl 0,616 4 049 8,>41 430< Clay'a ajority J yj Taylor * n.?j? rlty 2,0Sj tt~iv.7.v:.v; S j}? ? ?W? ?7# M9 pKI:::::::::: S $ SS JK ? ??**:::::: S Jg ? "r-1 ?? if! !; m ?;> ? 'Mt 316 288 i?r ??& 1041 61T "J i "J** (new county) 3J4 4(il< Total 6,774 4.292 8,030 4,164 I Clay'f majority 1,482 1 Ttjiltr'i ui^joiitjr N?l?on 1.320 rto? 1.149 484 ! lUrdid 1(M 703 1.239 031 I-ruo 382 333 478 319 Bullitt 628 430 409 S<?9 hiwneer , 409 6<j8 460 Sal Anderson ........ 281 652 334 647 I M?-rc*r.. 657 985 734 1,088 Marten 716 737 766 029 i Wellington 060 700 721 078 Total C 013 6,670 0,379 6.13d | ( lay'* majority 443 I r?>lor'B majority 1 241 CJfrrard 1,128 229 M87 191 ! Madlran 1,202 081 1,313 604 Itookcutla 461 73 497 95 Laurel 384 124 448 145 Knox 689 164 848 169 Ketlll 392 218 486 238 Owelty. ......... 106 129 330 248 Clay 3*5 92 377 125 I Perry* 113 84 ? ? I Lttchu* 29 161 ? ? 1 WbitU-y 431 99 584 93 1S51 238 248 1*0 Klovd IV'0 .140 167 181 Jcbnecn... 85 202 100 214 Total #,070 2,000 0,718 2,140 ! Claj'f majority 3.170 Tajlor'e majority 4,'200 Til. ! I.ouianlle City.. . . 2,485 1,062 2.880 2 020 Jeflerion 1.002 1,042 1,101 670 1'enry 70S 1,044 827 1 022 Trim til* 288 607 361 488 Carroll 382 370 383 428 Shelby 1.441 708 1.431 710 i Oldham 4'JO 025 476 488 Total 6 752 6 046 7,523 6^150 ! Clay'a majority . 708 Tajor'a mnjonty 1.303 Till. ^ "Wcodlord 750 473 778 837 1 Bouibon 1.2UK 521 1.172 4S6 I Scott b03 938 707 734 Kraublln 810 634 028 004 Jcpamine 610 4l>9 682 4:19 Osta 485 037 550 M.H Kayttte 1.695 824 1 541 7al Total 8.373 4 790 0,118 4.349 ( la}'* majority 1.577 Taylor's majority . 2 097 IT. I Morgan 247 512 413 490 j Bath .' 011 783 724 782 Clark 1*06 314 1,048 319 | JLawrtace 347 345 414 318 I Gm-bup 593 385 640 516 I Brt-aihiU 120 231 143 151 I Lewie 506 543 521 505 i Carter 148 503 240 510 j Mohigojiitry t>73 597 683 548 ! KliUiiiJir 1,143 771 1.153 709 I Total..... 6,381 4,869 5 wt>4 4,899 Clay's majority 3PS Tajlor's majority 1 oy? *. Ma^on 1.GC8 769 1UI 953 ' Hiacken 763 M ; 795 472 j Boone 88* 712 W4 790 [ Nicholas f>78 703 073 701 Harri-on 850 978 891 895 < aropbell 358 flis fill 814 i Kenton 6J7 WO 989 1228 I Pendleton 287 630 375 6)9 I Grant 390 493 485 629 j (.fcllafit 3-18 351 SOU 3l>8 Total 0;S62 6,544 ,7.631 7,323 Clay's majority 318 Taj lor? majority 008 FKCArrrrr.ATiox. Di\t Taijhir. Cats. (.lax/. Pjlk. 1 6/.M) 6,478 4 779 7.332 I 2 7 441 4 520 0 715 4 913 I :: 0.1*41 4 .308 6.615 4 039 I i 4 6ii34 4.104 5 774 4 202 1 5 C 379 6.1U0 0.013 6 570 I (1 0.718 2.449 0.079 2 ?09 I 7 7.b'28 6,130 e,752 0 04'", 1 8 6 440 4.349 6.378 4 7*0 i 9 6994 4 809 6,384 4,98l? 10 7,631 7,323 0.862 6 544 66,968 49 754 61,246 52,050 Taylor'* majority 17,234 Clay e majority, in 1844 9.267 Taylor'a gain 7,967 Total rote, 1848 116.742 Do. 1844 113/290 i Increase of Totes 3.440 * We lrarn from Frankfort tfcat General Taylor's j ofUcial majority In this State 18 17 421.* * The Commonsreallh #aj? that the return" from the couatlcs of Pcirj uo Letcherj!.?d But vet reached tfcu Secretarj's offlae, end j wwn.d t>e f xcJi.ud m tr e official count. Tlie vote io these two | I comities haa ttrn. we suppose, Terr dor#. Tie Tnto of Lttchar cu.ntjr v?p titptumca w t.mc i& tu rwsiieutial election in It 14. OUlo. 1844 , , 1S48. Connfit*. liny. PoIk. Hirn'v. Can. Taylor. i.Wn. Adams.... 1262 1811 87" 1.6>49 1,269 104 Allen 779 1 06a 0 1.070 728 2 ! Ashtabula. . :;.C83 1.123 637 878 1.121 2 467 Athens. . . . 2.C50 .1 425 2k0 1.6C9 1 840 820 1 Ashland . . . New county. 2 610 1,341 275 I Aoglal*e. . . New county. 1 038 467 14 BeUcont 3.140 2,821 184 2 892 2 723 543 , j Brown 176S 2 312 130 2 667 1,771 402 Butler. .... 216S 3 516 61 3,636 1 954 381 ' Canoll 1.701 1689 140 1 3<>s i 4 ,3 .",45 i < bampaign . 2 069 1 405 32 I.608 1 >78 830 Clark 2477 1 167 4-i 1376 2 GOO 2'8 I Clermont... 2.189 2 6i7 105 2 833 2 201 401 I Clinton ... 1 736 1,133 172 1.122 1.233 735 ColumbiaBa. 3,410 3 741 217 2 732 1,850 805 Coshocton. . 1S85 2,284 00 2 422 1.811 137 Crawford... 1,197 1738 8 1078 952 90 Cuj&hoga.. 3,831 23S0 SI2 2338 1,770 2 604 Darke 1 408 1 407 25 1 654 1 608 81 Delaware ... 2,518 2 017 113 1 574 1 809 208 Defiance... New crunty. 507 3SI 23 Kri? 1 468 1 261 65 999 1.499 081 Kalrfield. . . 2 642 2 639 15 S,615 2 438 42' Fayette. .. 1229 878 67 94(J 1,157 128 Kranklin ... 2 (<65 2 498 72 3.029 3.199 28* Gallia 1.484 957 31 1081 1 630 95 | Geauga.. . . 2 274 1.101 233 922 872 1,373 ' Greene ... 2 422 1 3S0 120 1.256 2 035 614 Guernsey.. 2 740 2.628 218 2 604 2.875 4S9 Hamilton .. 7 201 8 083 293 10.835 9,018 1.980 Hancock... 007 1.247 2 1,501 1 010 22 Hardin.... 610 495 6 665 500 61 Harrlton... 2.030 1 750 196 1,668 1 664 513 .Hen ry 229 246 ? 297 217 17 Highland. .. 2 118 2 164 114 2.224 2,114 344 Hocking . . . 719 1,2?9 2 1.319 850 21 i Holmts. . . . 1.142 2 317 5 2,221 1 118 45 Huron 2 504 2.136 K8 1.709 1,950 878 Jackron. . . 908 1 010 13 1.198 987 60 Jeflerton... 2.385 2,354 95 2 231 2J47 455 Knox 2 740 3,324 134 2 800 1910 6S9 ! Lale 1 81* COl 169 715 777 904 Lawrence.. 1 440 (68 3 745 1 161 53 I Licking . . . 3.600 T.840 238 3 4>'.S 3 03 J 661 Logan ....1625 1X10 93 1,137 1.662 275 I Lorain.... 1 958 1.79 J 473 1 -173 647 1 616 1 Lucas 1.167 881 12 1,197 1.298 327 j Madison. . . 1.260 64 3 8 712 1 329 80 Marten ... 1 4J5 1. ISO 88 1.193 1 Ool 65 Medina... 204j 1,920 221 1 830 1.140 1.098 Meigs 1 341 880 41 1 014 1 327 305 Mercer.... 423 812 4 641 300 18 Miami ...2672 1 667 113 1,822 2512 272 ! Monroe ... 1 210 2.845 114 2 574 999 330 Montgomery 3 388 3 101 83 3 330 3 561 304 Morgan ... 2 107 2 021 64 2,418 2,32'l 814 M^kingum. 4 480 8 190 80 8.380 4.424 228 ' Morrow N?w ? ounty 1 8s I IBM 407 j Mahoning .. New County 1.953 720 1 o*'2 i Ottawa.... 241 233 9 231 l'.-O 45 i Perry 1627 2 273 3 2 192 1 488 19 j I'auldlng. ... 63 102 ? 198 73 ? I'icktway .. . 2219 'i it'll 10 l.'.iflu 2 116 21 pike 800 S36 10 m> mu 33 I'orfaRe ... 2.510 2247 214 2 14!) 1 270 1.VJ7 Preble 2 262 1.620 70 1A11) 2,100 414 I'utnum . . . 451 697 2 6"4 202 I Richland... 8,443 ?674 111 .1.177 2 u8H 1S" Kcf? ?:i2l !M> 2 j0i> 3,'!94 174 Sandusky.. 997 1214 12 1.148 PJX 125 Scioto 1.619 1095 - 1 UCS l.NM 13 S?nrca.... 17-7 2.316 41 2.">20 1 ;V;ti 48:', Shelby 1,020 1,014 20 1.120 1.021 49 Stark 2P62 8,67*. 70 3 495 2.382 570 Summit ... 2 Ml 2 Of,<5 1X4 1.815 I 8:<2 1,058 Trumbull... 3,8:>7 3 514 738 1 Oil 1.304 2 07."? i "1'UfcarawM. 2 898 21.358 33 2 663 2 002 104 i Union 10O0 710 31 7l?7 1,080 173 Van Witt.. ICS 270 ? .'Mil 223 ? Warren 2 822 1,705 83 1,801 2 620 4nj Washington 2.174 1,086 161 1 93". 2,079 401 Wattle ...2 769 8 786 76 3,3*> 2 284 190 Williams... f.r.n #73 _ 6j0 328 154 Wood 670 670 1 838 847 29 Wyandotte. . N?w county 1 069 961 '40 Total, 166.113 14?i.61 8(50 164 S62 138,3!?8 85 458 Can orer Taylor 18.468 Cari left than Taylor and Van Buren 18.990 I I Clay oter Polk 0 052 I j Clay lee* than Pelk and Birney j'y?g J 1 Total Tota in 1848 328 714 j 1 Total Tota in 1844 312 224 | Inn*a*ed rote 1M"0 1 be ahnre table do?p not Include the rote of Pen> Bitigtr.n ti.wnrhtp In Licking rouuty, (dcmooratlc ) >iii h ?a? not r?turne<4. Indiana. I 1848 , 1MI . % D,.*,xt,. Taylor Cmti V. B. CU9. P.U Bin*, 1 Crt wfirrd 620 387 ? 41 1BT ? 1 2M ? 1 ?S Ml I 8W) W8 16 704 810 8 1 "?rr,">? 1277 1047 1 1,351 1U4 - ' 0'*1"** "?0 Ml 6 707 1.036 S 1 ??rJ tU9 356 8 6)4 234 _ i P** 510 610 1 419 4?1 _ I,0*** 78>? 1,220 19 07 ? 1164 _ Sp?i.c*r (Mil 471 - 6*6 496 _ , \ andtiburgb... 684 e?7 22 67? 666 1 W wrick 487 60S 21 394 HiO ? ? - - -~m rr ??: rzn _t._ ?rr 1 Total l-'i'M 7,d77 Oi 0,7'.?7 7,7d? 11 I Cat*'* majority. 648 Polk'a majority, 1,072 ii. Ilatkf 12C0 1.610 8H 1.132 1,417 ? I Mojd 1,018 1,184 17 050 081 ? i inKK'ii 632 1(71 7 000 104* 1 JfflVrrcB 2 076 1 0ot? 107 l,fc:s5 1.427 50 ) i i.M..'.- I'io TM '.Mi 872 W It Scott 4*S 44T 16 481 4tl 1 Warlimgton., .1,120 l,t>43 22 1,140 1000 6 ' Total. 7,805 8 218 353 7 085 7,043 "71 ' inajoiity, 7C3, Polk's majority. f5S j nr. j Dvaiboiu 1 .".78 1.601 176 1.6HS 1 071 60 1 Dtca:ur 1,245 1 O'.Xt 148 1275 l.W>l OS J Kracilin 1411 1.605 61 1 325 1 r?s:i 8 ] Ohio 430 460 6 10J 16* ? ( Kiptry 1.114 f83 17;! 1 * HO 006 80 < ltunh 1.144 1.302 87 1 580 802 42 ( bwilitrlaud... .1.0W 1,106 44 Ml 1.00J 8 ( Total 7 821 8.637 t80 8,010 8,0s? 206 ( msjoiity, 716. Tolk's majority, 70. < 11. , Kayt-tie 1.040 765 86 1,051 OfS It J Henry 1.215 1,005 465 1.458 1,005 188 J Uaiov (>28 637 208 6o2 672 00 ! Wayne 2 086 1 482 833 2 321 1438 318 ! Total 4.866 3.b3'J 1,188 5 512 4 021 583 j Taylor's majority, 1,G27 Clay'a majority, 1,491 ] v. 1 Bartho.oreew.. .1 Oil 1,167 28 1 035 1,068 13 1 Brown 70 6r3 ? ' 6i? 432 ? ' Uxumtoii. 800 805 317 860 768 130 Hancock 6t>5 806 40 710 738 2 < JODnBOD WO 1,114 40 OOU 1 10U 10 Madison S-24 093 65 813 854 20 Marion 1877 1.788 109 1,715 1,631 25 Shelb* 1.121 1,414 18 1.107 1,342 7 Tiplon 183 235 3 100 119 ? Total 7,286 8.820 610 7,066 8.101 221 C as*'* majority, 1,500 Polk'i majority, 1 035 DaTlewi ...... 736 701 i 807 704 ? Circa na 618 021 6 762 S'O'J ? Knox 1.044 741 3 1,070 8il 1 Lawrence 1.070 1,031 18 101!' 1085 8 ft'art in ?42 497 7 276 516 ? Monroe 780 1.084 60 721 1,1:8 12 Morgan '.'80 1.020 121 1.023 1.07 8 24 OwrD 882 853 18 854 888 1 Sullivan...... 465 1,142 6 404 1,221 1 TOIHI 7,2:2 8,010 234 6,896 8.400 42 Cass's majority, 677 Polk'a majority, 1.504 VII. Clay 500 734 20 429 662 ? lit tGi.cl.e 1.153 775 173 120' 844 26 Pail!" 1.S88 1810 9 1.377 1 829 12 Putiam 1.647 1300 10 1 540 1,847 0 Ve mil.ion . . . iSSO 763 ? 787 761 ? Vi?0. . 1,191 852 07 1,515 856 ? Total 7,118 5 743 278 6.010 6,820 47 Taj ior'g c ajority, 1,375, Clay 'a luajority, 1 COO. viii. Book* 773 Old 60 816 671 8 Carroll 622 1.008 76 712 ?05 8 ( tiDton 728 0e4 87. 645 041 la lot-main 000 1 343 138 017 1,387 ? toontgimcty.. .1 601 1.647 100 1,450 1 j21 S Jlo*arU 27 6 856 1 52 129 133 ? Tippecanoa. . . 1,2*9 1,523 405 l,55t) l,5ul 37 Wax:en 708 4W C8 779 470 10 Total 6,974 8,116 1.101 7,023 7,842 83 C&si'a n.ajor!ty, 1.142, Polk's majority, 814. 11. Benton (0 78 3 40 CO 1 C*e 851 829 65 7?8 871 18 Klkbatt 7a? l.OW 142 768 944 1 FUUub 423 404 SO 344 0( 3 0 laypt r 86 100 128 12S 175 8 Kotcinaao 707 670 61 C23 553 6 Lake 138 208 ISO 114 20(1 6 Laporte 1.027 877 228 1,000 831 ? Marthal! ?05 423 91 100 250 51 Miami 731 770 70 60D 617 ? Porttr 343 401 77 311 3C5 14 Pu'asM 135 224 1 123 1J4 1 St. Jcteph. . .. 617 607 ~2 8G3 681 33 Wabath J47 789 140' 6)1 575 10 White 268 305 34 239 218 ? Total 7.584 7.fc46 1,041 6 .9 6 KO 218 baia'amaj. ... 262 1 lij'a m?j. .203 i * . Adams 281 398 1 108 2P0 ? I Alloa y?l 1,0.*;9 la S<>1 S4J ? Blackford 01 231 2K 81 -*>5 3 De l(alb 847 67! 45 269 337 6 Delaware 822 004 58 1?10 734 8 Graut 825 623 3f!? 058 423 197 Huntington.. . . 457 483 40 277 810 8 Jmj 278 392 142 881 852 42 l a Orange 029 638 114 M0 4:>7 38 Noble 49T 613 53 3SK) 438 ? ltand-lpi 631 787 623 818 809 206 SteBben 315 362 194 828 303 42 Welle 2.'2 410 18 18i 8?fl 3 Whitley 818 373 21 222 237 2 Total 6.183 T;614 1,015 6.64 J 6180 600 Cars'* naj..1,482 Folk'* msj.. 317 Increase of roto : 12,598 Ca*e over Taylor 4 838 Tajlcr an-? Van Burtu over (.MS 3 242 I>,k oter Clay, in 1H4 2 314 folk onr all, is 1844 - 208 TOT AX. VOTE. 184-1. I5 ^ Incrtate. WblgTfite 07,Wi7 70,r 2.282 Democratic Tote 70.181 7 J 3 4,531 Thirl party 2;106 8,01-1 0.585 Aggregate. . 140 151 153,495 13.341 Illinois. , 1848 1814 , Count if'. Cam. Tnylor, 1". ft. PkI>: Clay. Vin.ry. Aaaffis 2-J06 1.9?2 2rl 1.495 1299 UJ Alexander.... 212 101 2 138 81 21 Bond 871 0P1 43 ?22 691 27 Bootse 35 414 4C0 398 375 58 Brown COO 4t>8 20 611 320 ? Btmau 800 37 ii SCO 378 382 100 Calhoun 2."<7 216 3 2 ;S 247 ? Carroll 222 420 110 178 221 10 Cart 724 761 11 92 170 ? Chamtalgn... 1^7 213 ? 191 178 ? Christian... 164 1*3 ? 2;0 1*2 ? Claik 7?? 743 27 768 625 0 Clay 405 207 ? 448 160 ? Clinton 4.1! ;iM 3 327 321 7 Col?s 633 677 6 682 776 ? Cock 1.708 2.120 2n27 hit 317 Crawford.... t07 4!i3 ? 406 425 ? 'Cumberland.. U3C 190 ? 189 191 ? I)e Kalb 874 223 427 242 142 131 Dr Witt 303 373 20 301 #7 3 I)u I'ega 823 313 628 .">61 372 173 Kilgar (>16 820 42 884 701 24 Kdwaida .. , . 113 2S8 19 185 385 ? Kflic^hAin. . . ' iSO Stt ? : 64 82 ? Fayette 462 '07 ? (63 414 ? Franklin .... 459 139 ? C34 103 ? Futon l,fct:4 1635 371 1537 1,434 8 (<a!!*tln 631 285 6 1.116 406 ? Ctftur 1.128 853 38 1 246 800 ? (Jrucdy 107 123 63 Hi 4<i 7 Hamilton.... 478 125 ? 673 125 ? Hanrcck .... 1:074 1087 07 1 3&9 747 1 Hardin 2o7 234 ? 165 136 ? Henry ?0 136 ?2.8 160 147 ? HrtcferFon.... SP1 408 65 294 428 ? Iroquoir. .... 1>22 208 28 281 204 Jacnrrn 243 177 6 817 182 Jap)rr 2V8 151 ? 276 14.'i J?(Hrrcn OoA 28 o 2 8C3 227 1 J*r?*y 454 ?30 93 458 655 48 * Jo .1.4."5 1 777 134 1,685 1 614 14 Johnson SiO '17 ? 382 ' 32 ? Knr.i> ~Vi 865 1,220 1 046 718 229 Keedall :;7H i*'2 647 479 367 142 h'nix 727 8.".0 392 ?R9 746 162 1. 410 ?21 1.088 620 380 131 I.aSSi.f I V > fc'S2 873 1 036 478 126 Lawwbct . . . 683 464 ? (511 427 Lee 317 800 135 315 211 48 l.iTint'tou... l.'O 82 4 lou 60 ? Logan Son 465 4 251 310 ? Mac n f 28 253 6 328 221 ,\ Bfoii'in. . . 8&3 710 P6 974 (ill C

Mad'ron ... .1.503 1610 162 1,496 1657 12 >ia;t<n 619 227 15 722 182 6 Marrbnil.... 322 304 41 263 2:;7 Marcn 4(3 301 7 264 255 > OMEC 2<>3 204 ? 398 16,-, _ JVicPOLOUgb. . 416 439 25 493 458 41 Mcllcnry . . . 628 618 1.016 c,f;8 493 74 McLean 026 768 94 477 686 22 Mi card 4*8 605 1 378 897 ? M?cer 315 486 90 321 410 1 2 Moc;o? 64 6 355 ? 740 804 ? Montgrmvry . 6!3 832 13 6(31 355 ? Moiitan 1309 1 572 189 1.421 ] 4 Ci 39 *?... I- Iftl C1B O.tl I/,A Maiquttte. . . No r*turn?. 149 217 ? Oil* 4") 082 413 083 695 93 I?cria 1,161 1 237 OBJ 14(9 816 36 Itriy i'44 800 44 477 210 22 Tail 108 102 - 120 81 ? Plk* 1C36 l,eo9 Uw 1450 1,411 11 Poff 2 "4 224 ? 348 201 ? Tulatkl 141 R4 ? 208 !K) ? I'utmsn 185 2C<J 259 2J8 207 140 ratdclph . ... 689 680 000 771 713 141 Klchlarxt. 361 051 ? 022 289 ? H(Ck Inland.. 401 680 1<6 007 406 ? Sam?mon...l3.,:fl 1 !)43 47 1071 1.837 ? hal'tr 1178 130 ? Newconntj Pel.njlir. . . . 804 8i'7 34 740 610 ~ Sctlt 640 708 25 ?10 070 7 Stilbj...... C.r.8 037 1 683 015 ? lark i74 214 84 205 187 33 St. pt'Mton.. . 763 700 111 466 483 24 St ? ln'r 2023 1 HO 00 1045 1 042 7 -l?7?woll. . . . M O 10V7 00 628 1011 33 t I ion COlt 108 6 617 84 ? VuiP' .li ... 7i8 ViJ OH 708 60V 28 r?iMk aos ?m u mm i Varna .... HI Iff 1? M W K *a?fclafto*. ?7T 204 UT Mft 8*4 fft)U ?U aw 1 637 284 ? WWta *1* 0T4 IS 748 730 ? ffbttaaMa... SS6 891 S79 289 384 4T rVUL tar 713 *40 810 600 109 tVoooh rd. . . 3o? lh? bl 8*2 lntf 8 lVnr*b.?o.. 240 tm 807 3r.8 M? 1.V2 VHMM.. 675 211 ? 700 170 170 Total... 60,629 ha,216 16 ol4 68 345 46.679 3 570 ~*ata aver Taylor 8 414 1 tailor and Van Buion over Cata 12 490 Polk over Clay la 1844 12 70ft ['oik ova* Clay and Birnvy . . V IPS (TCIMOf (Un 18 1H In ea?h ef th*?? eoai tie* there a*? a fa* vote? fikurnert ai ta\ m( Iw cut fur Cnw ti butJor, and T?/lor K t'illmoie, diet t, without > kmli g ihe elector*. ffllaaourl. 1848 ? 1844 Conn! itt. Taylor. Can. Clay. Polk Ac air 1?0 200 294 450 Andrew 884 089 384 941 1, .ilnU ls<> 1 All 17* ml \tchit-ou 77 130 (N'bw county ) Bury . 65 217 142 478 Uater 149 186 208 307 Svnton 21.8 382 262 Ml Bucban&D 704 l,0o6 hW 1.102 liotliv 1,102 688 1.1 WO 002 ;?!dwfli . . 128 108 120 312 a'lnwuj 84? 681 040 793 L'amder 166 2X2 70 247 3. (iirardi-au 480 7"W Mil 914 Jairoll 280 298 242 311 >dar 110 271 (New county.) Jharlton 414 S77 371 002 .'lark 284 242 256 220 ;i?y 630 418 765 652 Jliutcn . iWO 2*8 810 687 Jole S77 631 418 1 122 .ooptr 813 633 001 783 :ra?fot<l 264 276 237 367 Dade 168 300 26u 600 Dallas 106 283 (New county ) Davlea.- 209 368 318 446 De Kalb 37 146 (New oounty.) Dunklin 42 42 (New county.) Decatur (No return.) 67 208 franklin 830 680 880 796 Dasoonade 87 340 71 328 Jen try 162 390 (New county ) ireenv 401 826 351 817 irundy 226 187 346 366 Harrlton 64 144 (New county.) Holt 148 248 186 378 Henry 274 83'J 280 283 LJ... k OR OM.l IVU. Honard 801 868 1.013 <169 lackton 606 1*54 014 851 latper 101 204 116 242 Irffmun 240 811 827 840 lohnron 834 461 207 Ml Knox 190 197 (Nov county) Lawrence 170 3'4 (N?w county.) Lafajrtta 915 685 820 570 Lawl* 47? 470 8HO 403 Lincoln 650 000 578 083 Linn 230 297 269 494 LWingKOn 195 "73 198 351 Maocn 300 470 327 457 Maditon 231 377 183 399 Marlon 1040 797 1,017 723 Meicer. . 144 183 (New oounty.i Miller 76 373 74 369 Mfcfciotirpi 138 181 (New county ) Moniteau 161 409 (New county.) Mobioi 807 C01 702 578 Montgcintry 879 180 359 232 Morgan 107 342 202 814 New Madrid 723 108 298 2o8 Newton 101 4t>l 18U 603 N'fdowaj... 43 14H (New county ) Nlangua (Noreturi) 70 315 Ofage 92 .112 120 431 Oregon 7 111 (Naw county ) Ozkt k CO 113 (New oounty ) Perry. 822 889 oS5 403 Fulaaki 3141 NO VM Pettis 2S0 St 5 2l!3 319 r-U-e 793 784 8<Sl 809 PUtte 1,102 1,494 990 1386 poik 881 610 273 836 Putnam 74 120 (Now county.) Hallf 307 2i<0 422 322 Kandblph 607 60S 61)4 571 Hay 608 620 599 734 |1 ipley 14 164 31 2(Mi Reynold' 21 148 (New county.) St. Charles 477 560 480 60S St. Clair 148 268 177 342 Shannon 86 66 67 271 St. Francoi* 28* 274 301 234 Genevieve 14 i 168 103 245 St.Louia 4,827 4.778 S.?S8 8 320 Saline 536 4::8 591 446 Schuyler 204 193 (Ni-w county ) Scotland 131 240 317 442 Scott 14 7 217 258 480 Shelby 176 S63 244 200 Stoddard *7 196 116 313 Sullivan 164 250 (New eonnty ) Taney 54 326 30 297 Texas 82 185 (Now oounty ) Van Buren 270 420 257 443 WajEC til 245 86 S06 Warren 851 836 8rt4 841 Wriuht 72 181 97 488 Wr.rfcingtcn. 473 423 013 683 Total 82,671 40,077 31,250 41.821 Ctftor-r Taylrr 7.406 Polk over C ay in lb44 ...10 074 Total vets in 1848 72 748 Do. Uo. la 1844 72 674 Increawd vo's 174 Iowa. Incckfi.ctc is Dei-ail; Ai>mittbd into tii? LMot gists 1?4. Taylor.... 10,557 Caas 12,0">1 YanBuren 1,126 Settle ring 990 Total vote 21,721 Caea ov<r Tavlpr 1,494 Taylor and all others over Cass 622 Dtinccratic majority in U;46 816 Democratic loss in two years 1,438 In Potawatamie County tlie vote was, for Cass end Butler, -12; Taylor and Fillmore, 327?vote excluded. Wisconsin. adjmtteii isto the uhio* biwce 1p4l v.'-.'y 1848. , Covntit*. Taylnr. Can. V.Burtn Brown 238 309 10 Crawlord 109 215 12 Call.met (in 79 ? Columbia 302 149 166 Dane 724 757 443 Dodge 527 797 637 Fond du Lac 446 483 497 Grant 1,649 1,148 144 Green: 479 391 297 Iowa 884 813 118 Jefierton 713 810 562 La Pointe (Not heard from.) Lafayette 921 1,001 31 Milwaukee 1,189 2,151 626 Meuitouwoc 77 169 70 Marquette 214 171 174 Poring*? 810 225 ? Kccine M7 635 1,931 llock 1,300 491 1,338 Sauk 149 158 159 Sheboygan... 372 442 175 St Croix (Not heard from.) Walworth 804 550 1,493 Waukesha MX? !W1 1,001 Wellington 355 1,720 324 Winnebugo 300 202 220 Total.. 13,747 15,001 10,418 Caps over Tavlcr 1,254 Taylor ur.d Van liuren over Caea 9,1(>1 ?ll<lil?fiii. Count if I. CV/tt. 7V/u. V. B. Clny. I'olk. Mr. A 111 (ill? :vi 274 174 2ii 241 11 l:nriT 3S1 243 93 228 249 H5 Perri?u 1)47 PM 108 713 8*8 2S I<r?Ecli 1.US4 f.'S 4U) 044 KSg W) Calhoun 1.4S7 1,254 745 1,:,57 1,528 ?2H L>?? Wf 7K1 191 7?) 714 59 CI il tt ws 4.1 51 ? 54 40 ? Clinton S10 SIS 1.11 :X> IS! 19 r?t(n MB 3?! 2IH 4 iO 87(1 61 antrnc m m ;{i? 7;>3 e;o i*i Ilillxlale 1,1M) 1,027 4X2 058 1,0*4 212 I nfliltn 473 ;i:2 4 2 441 45 I rla I*S 379 477 418 3!M 50 Jsckron l/>?7 969 1072 1,?* 1.3S9 47.1 Ktlimaioo f>t? 1,010 493 SCO S28 275 Kent 70* C52 :i17 476 5?4 3.1 Ltt??r 542 .%9 11)5 :t!>9 502 88 lennwoc 2,171 1,WM 795 3,177 2.27'J 228 liTiiigit?B ...J. 118 7?4 2J0 tW7 1,0*1 108 W.ickiMU! 1.7 51 ? 41 100 ? Mwrcb I,r,i0 855 95.1 1,359 140 M' tiror I, If 5 N?1 KW S70 1.2K1 48 OkkUr.ll :.7M l'lia !><i.1 ?,tr>6 2,8,13 877 Otta?? 1(2 53 42 lie 17 P?giMW i'.l 113 47 107 104 2 fr'hinwmci 4;6 2*1 K'i .HO 2'rft 9li Pt Clair (?!< GfH hi 509 017 27 f>*. J' icih 1,011 9t?1 418 W.1 !'7't (54 VnnPtmn M '9 553 117 271 .*50 48 U..I.I..IIT 'JUKI 91(90 '117 9 Hi I I'.irt Wsjii? WW 2,M CD 2,315 a737 1W Tc!?) 311,Gt7 2.V10 10.:;b8 21,237 27.TU3 ~8^U Cas/ OTfr Tayltr fl.747 Cim ovar Vau buicn 20-99 Tnjljr and Van Etirin iT*r Can .1,042 Pdk OT*r Clay, (in 1814) 8.4 )6 <;,ay acd Birnt y ot?r Polk I'M The ratal da frcm Ontonagon and Hougliton, two new oonntlra *t? not included In tba abova. Total voto In 1S48 fl.VOIfl Tctal rota In 1*44 Inotraro 0,441 Rcmiiltnlnllon of llic Popular Vole, l?y Stntcs* Taylcr. Can. V. fiu'n. Scat. Alabama 30, 615 31,315 ? ? AlhHriHas 7,588 0,300 ? ? Connecticut... 3-I.3IB 27,047 5,003 ? Delaware 5,H}? HO ? Florida 4,337 3,233 ? 1(J Grursll 47,514 44,7*2 ? ?? IndiHfia 70,150 74.I.W H.fil.l ? llfir.otF 58,215 5?,ri29 15. *01 ? |?w 10,5.',7 12,0ft 1 1.IJM ? Kiut.cky .... tG,%3 4J,m ? Taylor. Oan. V. Bm'm. iMt Louisiana.... 18,852 16.5J4 1 ? Niamr 36,279 40,138 12,124 21 MuMachmetla 61300 35 3<>S 38,263 ? Man land 37,7*12 34,528 185 ? Michigan 23 949 80 H87 10,389 ? MitfBiM-ippi... 25,918 26 566 ? 12 Mifwun 32.071 40 077 ? ? N. Hnmptbire 14,7K1 27,763 7,50) 1,113 New York 2lK,WH 114 592 120,519 2,515 a New Jen-ey... 40,000 36.880 849 77 A N. Carolina... 44,000 36,819 8.5 ? ? Ohio i:j8.?h; 155.113 35.45(1 111 Pennsylvania. 186,113 17*2.(161 11,200 ? Khocle Uland. 6,778 3,(M6 730 ? 1 Tennessee.... 64,450 58.452 ? ? o Texas 3.777 8,7?>6 3 79 * Vftmcnt 23,IK 10.918 13,837 ? Viifjinia 15,013 40.487 9 29 Wisconsin.... 13,747 15,001 10,418 ? _____ b Total 1,361,718 1,223,292 292,221 4,008 * Taylor over Cms I38, i5(? Ci.ta and Van liuren over Taylor 153,768 Increase of Votea. 1 'tan. V-tert. i'eari. foteri. * It"28 1,1(2,418 It-40 2,402.658 * 1832 1,252,2f?8 1844 2,702,519 lt36 1,501,298 1848 2,881,272 c The Electoral Vote* ' , 1848- , 184-1 v Statu. X Taylor. L. Catt. H. Clay. J.K Polk. p Mxin? ? 9 ? 9 N. Hampshire...? 6 ? 6 Massachusetts . .12 ? 12 ? llhcde Island... 4 ? 4 ? 1 Connecticut .... fi ? 6 ? 1 Veimont 6 ? <> ? , Maryland 8 ? 8 ? Virginia ? 17 ? 17 South Carolina..? 9 ? 9 New York 36 ? ? 38 ? New Jersey 7 ? 7 ? ' Pennsylvania.. .26 ? ? 26 Delaware 3 ? 3 ? North Carolina. .11 ? 11 ? t Creorgia 10 ? ? 10 ^ Kentucky 12 ? 12 ? . Tennetste 13 ? 12 ? Ohio ? 23 23 ? ' Louisiana 6 ? -- 6 t Mississippi ? 6 ? 6 l lnditna ? 12 ? 12 Illinois ? 9 ? 9 Alabamu ? 9 ? 9 ^ Missouri ? 7 ? 7 ' Aekansas ? 3 ? 3 Michigan ? 5 ? 5 i Florida; 3 ? new State Texas ? 4 new State Iowa ? 4 new State Wisconbin ? 4 new State Total 163 127 105 170 i 127 105 j Taylor over Cass 36 Polk over Clay 65 Total electoral vote. .290 Total electoral vote. .275 j NVi'^kni v rn n f-|]<iif'f>.l Hi NVressarv toaohoifie.l.'W Full vote lor Taylor. .1(>3 Full vote tor Polk.... 170 * Overplus 17 Overplus 32 NEW YORK HERALD. Iorthwe?t corner of Fulton and Nassau tU. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. AUUSJOHUm THIS SVE.NUStt. BOWERY THEATRE, Bowery?I.ton or the Dimmit?M i:n AMI MjGI'IE?ClCCCA AMD N AB;'? D "1 lis AliUfTLn Cmlp. BROADWAY THEATRE, Broad ws?- The Ditvb Bei.'e ? ThIC HUHSSTOC'KH' FE&I'OBMAKCKS?DOUBLK BAI'DKD Hoqh NATIONAL THEATRE, Challmn Square?AnopTin Child? rx l.ACJIftT N UGMil K?I'ATAl. tiyOW S C'J B .11?I'ovfIL KL> ON FAC i s. BURTON'S THEATRE, Chambers etrcit?PnrxTcns? AnrBic-.TicK?Cjt.iroHMA Ooi.n Mines-Where's BAUifxml BROADWAY CIRCUS, Bear Spiini st.oet? SquEH-BiArfUM, tLC. MECHANICS' HAIX, Broadway, ncaT Broom:? CrfBurv'a Mirsrnu.'s? Ethiopian Situno. IfELODEON -Viboima S>:B rnADBEa. SOC1EIY LIBRARY?Campb?LL'i MINHTTEI-I. ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, Bowery?Yaw Anaucr.n'i Oram> Ilk.-acbbik. BTUYVE8ANT INSTITUTE, Broadway, near Bleeoier itnrt ?New Obixajm BEBEaADkns* Ethiopian Oosckbts. Rtw York, Friday, Uectmber 'Zi, UM> ft Actual Circulation of tlw Herald* D?e. 21, Thursday ao.uss oopies. k Th? pubUaaticB of tb* Btrald commenced yoatanlaj M .TO t minute |ut 2 o'clook. anil taiihad at *? minutes i>ut li o'alxk. Circulation off tlie other Letillng .Homing Journals* Courier and Enquirer, (daily) 4,800 t, Journal of Conmeroo 4,800 i, Kxpre-a 3.600 Tribune 11,600 0 Aggregate 24,600 Error* in the above rati mate *111 be corrected on adequate authority. * The I" residential Klcctlon?The Popular Vote. We present to the readera of the Ihrald, to-day, 11 j the details of the official result of the late Presi- 0 i dential election, in each of the States of the Union, I with a few exceptions as to the new States of I luwa, Texas, and l-'loiida. From those States, however, the official aggregates are known, so | that we arc enabled to give a general recapitulation, by States, with more nice accuracy than has heretofore been in our power. ? When it is considered that the election for elec- & to:B of President and Vice President took place c on the 7th of November, only forty-five days since, t( and the vast extent of the United States, with thclr 1 numerous election disijicts, are also considered, " it may well excite eurptise among our own citizen*, i s well as strangers, that we are enabled to present the vast body of political statistics whicb n appears in our paper to-day, at a period compare.- d i tively early. Here is the result of the political 1 thoughts and actions of neatly three millions of I viitorn of this nreat rpDublic. who. on the 7th of j November, peacenbly performed the act of choosing T their highest executive officers? and the details arc collected from a surface of two millions of square nulcs, and published in forty-five days after the election. We have emdeavored, throughout th's campaign, to j lace the Jlciald in the first rank, as u medium of political intelligence; and the statistics we now t cive, we can commend as reliable for future rci 7 * terence. Tiik Cholera Excitement.?It seems that another care of Asiatic cholera has heen reported 4 as having occurred in Washington street, within a * day or two past. The official announcement is c very brief on this roint, and many of our citizens * are unable to credit that it really was Asiatic cholera. In euch reports a little more fulness would be desirable; and, with all due res;>ect to the gentleman who made the announcement, we would ask for Information as to who the man was? ^ what were his habits ? how long was he sick 1 ^ what was the treatment adopted ! Arc. Arc. In making an announcement calculated to alarm our citizens, and perhaps injure the trade of our c:'y, certainly pome more definite information ought' j peihaps, to be given, than that contained iu the ^ official announcement, as published. The SntAMRHir Camfor.nm, the pioneer of Mr. Appinwall'i Pacific mail steamers, which Ieft here on the evening of the (iih ol October, arrived ' at Rio Janeiro on the inoniing ol the 2J of No- * vember, making the run in the exceedingly short c ppnee cf day-. A li tter from Capt. Foibes to her owner?, speaks in the most Mattering manner 1 of the |?iformance of both engine and ship. Nothing occurred during the passage, to mar in tl.e slightest degree the perfect unanimity which prevailed throughout every department of the noble ? voted. She would take in a supply of coal at Rio, ? and proceed on the 12th of November for her " destination. At thin rate, she would reach Panama many days before the period advertised for her departure for San Francisco. Tin Wekkly Hkrai.d, to be published at nine j o'clock to-morrow morning, will contain all the ( important and interesting news of the week. Tiik KMt.mii Maii. Stkamurs begin their semi^ monthly trip* from thia port und month. , TELEGRAPHIC MTtiLLItitiACB. THIRTIBTH OOIURHM, (kkconu ?ICN*IOM. In Senate. Wuniurov, Dso. SI, 1813. Th? nwtbtr being Hiplutitt and atomy, tlu ietul?rn wire oiarwhat dilatory about aasamblint. fu r tbe usual form of opanlug bad baen goat throajh ltb, th? 8?nat? prowled to tlu intmoi uctioa of 1 ntw iknttoi, Mr. Arc iii?oi?, of Missouri pr.g-n ?d tbw or?d?ntiala fthe (Ion. Mr. Sebastian, Sroatorfrom Arkansas, wh# raj duly qualified, and took bis seat. PETITIONS iKIJ UIMOIUt.1 Several memorials anil petition*, relating to various ubjtiot*, were presented bj different member*, whloh ruro duly received and referred. rcsolutiokl Of ini)lI|*T. Mr. B bight, of Indiana, submitted a resolution, rh'.ch was considered by unautmou* consent, anil greed to, oaliing on tbe President for earrespondenaa 'ith tbe Mexican Minister. Mr. Ci ark, of llbodu Inland, submitted a resolution ailing for all existing treaties touching jur ooamaroa ith oiktr countries. A resolution aaking for Information respecting im>st duties, was passed. COLLCOTIvn 1'UTRICT AT WHITEHALL. Mr. Jviin A. Div, of New York, moved to take up h - bill fur tbe establisbmei t of a eollectlnn district at Vuitehail, New York; which, after some consideration, ras pftfrsed. R A11. R O A O TO PANAMA. Mr. Camkios moved that the further consideration the Panama railroad bill b? poitpon^d till after ?h? lolidajs; whkh was agreed to. rillUATK i'hil APKLPIIIA. Mr. Yulkb. of Florida, morad to tal>? up the bill far ha compenratifta *o the csptor<of tbe fr pa'e PhilalelpMa, at Tripoli, whioh was agreed to. He then want in to speak at 6ome length in support of tbe bill, and irga 1 its adoption, on the ground of jnst'ee and equity o t .0 gallant men who had distinguishel them^lves that brilliant action. Several oilier members gavetlnir views on the sob* est, when, wUhout coining to a conclu?ioa, the uneai jd *as postponed. After the parage of a few prir.tte bills, the Senate idjourned. Ho?is? ot Rcprtnni tot Ives. Washinciton, Dtcember 21, 1818. rici.iuiMHr nr*inic*s. The Hour* met at 12 o'ekok, and the Speaker reiumed his s< at and called the m mb'T< to order. The ouraal was then read, and business oommenoed. Rt.rORT OK Til K COMMIT TICK OS r III N TI NO. The Coznmittoe on I'rir<tliig icported in faror of irinting an extra number of Kae.-y'j reports together < ilth ot'etc, respecting Oregon and California. The ' [Ueetioi wau di- oue<vd by Pu viral members. Mr. Bbjw.v, of ronnsylvan'u, offered an amendment* rhlch was adopted. The nidation tLen par.od *' amended. rKTIT IOM AM) Ml.SIOIItU, The SrKAKKit call*d for petiiiear, anl >3rer<tl wen irerented; among tlem, one by Mr. Evan?, or Maryland, from ssenders bringing he electoral votes to Wast in.ton from eeverU'StatM ,nd Territories, p-aying thnt, as their mileage hai >een cut downf.oui twenM-lvu to twelve and * half enta per mile, t'aat the honorable member* of Courts) fhon d a'go reluce tLeirown mileage. The memo" ial was !atd ( n the tab e. Mr. Oott, of Not Vorit, offered a resolution lnstmotng tl.e conii itt'e on the S'str.ct of Columbia to re crt a bill pio!;ibi:ing ail trafilc in slaves in said District. Mr. IUBr.ALstrc, cf Orcrgla. moved to lay the reaolaion on tbo table, which v a* take a i-y jeai and nays, nd decided in the ne; at>c ? >ea< 8J, nays 03. The resolution was then passo J, by a rote of 98 to 82. Mi.KLOii oi.of Virginia, submitted a resolution, rhich was agTeeJ to, Instructing th<? Committee on tha Jistrict ot Columbia to enquire into the expediency f retrooedirg tbe vsoabt grounds in said Distriotto he State of Maryland. Mr. Botts submitted a lesolntion, whioh lies over r,e d?y. asklnr for information a* to wfcat was dona rtih the proceeds of sale of arms, ammunition, &o. t Vera Cruz and e'.seaht.re, since the oloss of tha lexican war. Mr McClibnakd offered a re.'o'ction, proposing a rant of the tfublic lands to a certain amonat to acual settler?, npon psyment of o*stof survey; which ras laid on the table. THE IITHHl'l or r At A ill. Tha PrcMdent ttansmltted the correspondence with he Minister ot New Uianada. relating to tha oarryog of the mails and merohandUe across tie Isthmus f ranama. ArraoraiiTiofti roa tub fiscal ykab. Mr. ViNToit, cf Ohio, Chairman ot the Committee of Pays and Meacs. reported a bill making ap propriaions for iha fitca' jear. THE FBIOATE rniT ADKI PHtA. ? The bill from the Secato. pensioning the snffsrori by hp d' struct loo of the frigate Philadelphia, in tha bay f Tripoli, was delated and postponed. After the transaction of some other unimportant usiners. tha Home adjourned. The Olito Legliiature. Colfmbus, O-iio, Dec. 24, 1819. IN THE SKNATK. A motion was made in the Senate to take np there, olution proposing to send a message to tha House; also, o take op Archibald's resolution, inquiiing into the onvtitutional tj of the law authorising the auditor o le>-y the St^te tax; also the resolution omeernlng lie ccstody of the leys cf the House?upon all and ucdry of which, they refcued to take anj action, and ,djourn?d. IN t1ie HOUSE. Mr. Tofin brought forwrrd his proposition, whloh ras read and ti en laid on the tab!e by the Tate of the lemocrats. Mr. Ridpi.k trade anither proposition. in which ha lluded to Mr. Giddings' (porch, and declared it the ria and :esolved purpose of tUs nhtg* not to reoog* tire the democrats, or consent to an organisation with hem. The proposition m-.de by the free Boilers, far organ!atioa. was apn ed to by the demoorats. The Whigs were ,i).-ett about town. It was settled that there waa to bo to organisation if they eonld prevent it. Toe whigs .re more uncompromising and ugly than nsna'. Tho xcitcment increases. Tho prospeec is that there nay le geLera! chaos in the State for years. Rumor* from Wnelilii^ton* Wamiisoto*, Des. 21, 1848. It Is lumorrd for the hundredth tim^, concerning he forthcoming cabinet, that Mr. Claytoa, of T)ela~ rare, will be Secretary of State, and Mr. Crittenden, f Kentucky, Attorney General. It is also stated rlth some confidenoe, that Mr. Clay has been offered he poet of Secretary of 8tate. The Charge to Home. Wasiiuk-.tos.^Dro. SI, 1848, The Senate was engage d in K*rcut.re S^nlon, after he adjournment t? day, upon the discussion of ths nomination ?f Lewl? Cass, Jr., aa Charge to Home. He rill, probably, be rejected. General Taylor's movement*. Baltimore, Deo. '21,1848. W'i' are adTlteil that General Taylor hasaceepted aa limitation to attend the Nt'.i of January ball at New irleans. _ The Cholera -Rltaiii r falcon< Ni;h Orlkaks. Dee. 17, 184#-I\M. There were five deatha reported in our city, yesterny, from the cholera. The pliysiolans, however, dlsgrre in their opinion* aa to its being tlie real Aslatlo holera. The steamer Falcon, bound for filagree, wont out c day, in fine style, and full of passengers. Cholera At Nevr Orleans* Baltimore, Deo. 21, 1849. We learn f(6m New Orleans, that two emigrant* wers ilmittcd into tbe Charity Hospital, one of whom died, upposcd to be of cholera, though the iVaytme thinks I wan only a bad case of dlarrhna. Canal at New Orleans. Baltimore, Dec 21,1813. The New Orleans Picavune of the llih Inst., statea hat the Senate of LouiMana bad passed a resolution in avor of completing the Bitrrktarla aud Lafourche anal, and had appropriated f> 10,000 for that obj>?ot Mt<amlM>nt Kiplmloiii I ouistii i.k, Ky.. IVs 21 HIV I Off PI PROMT /MDrriONU uur.'l jiri *11 Kill J>T1? ! livU llprj b?IbW Mtt'lii SI. "a I'jcJij Utjttl, 0/ i