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!A. If. KCKUY.
. Jr7. O. WALIi VCE
Of ricK4-,4i As Slang; Sign of the
"Obbrter Printing Office." .
of Scot fa political principles, or
donbted tlie expediency of iu vesting
the epameljted heijo with, (he robes ol
chief 1 in igistrate were I scouted and
sneered rut,; and told to leave the par
ty tbaj jhey were u6t j wanted
that Sco ;t desired no luko-warm sup-
nnvfnv5 mil tlvi. ihn , Liai7. ivnnld
. . ...... , I .. ...nt v. . 1J W la'-'rt MUUil
wa', A ft VEJIU1.U 25.18.u2 . . 1 . ., 4, ,4 - 4.
cij.iuui, liiui iu wie unuu 01 siaio oui
of sheer -gratitude: I ; I
General Scott himself took the
ton, "at; .from two to three cents a
stump, and made some
Just vrhat Ever) kdy Expected.
The following; is from the New
: " . . - ' .... !: " ' ll' I
Ysrk Sunday limes a papei uiai ( U11jucky aijd injges,te(
is. neutral in politics, 'and; stands in-This was tjie hist move,
tiic'froni rank iu point of ability fatal, j At jset of ,sun on election day
and therefore worthy of serious con-! tlio jwliig rci rty was scattered to "the
md it proved
r. .1 . . '. l .. J i. ..i
sideration. c commend Use niti- . i 1 I.. t ... ;
. ; ; and we had almost suid-rivitbout
f n 1 ''A "frrtniion 01 our numerous
The result was not
Jpsi What EvnurBODY Expected. democratic! victory for, viewed from
it is said that Daniel Webster, onl-some points, it wis a1 victory
prophesied 'that the . achieved by the conservative?, union,
national party, would .constitution, and law abiding portion
Lis dying- bed,
ccmsj to exist. Oa 1 ucsuay ! ot- tho whig party over the black ling
0,.viv ti'iis lul iiUil !of iibohlifmism. lh.it. iL-f
.... Ai.) n.nf 1 r 1 ; 1 1 1.. .i ui wirKm i r r i . rr- ,v t u
!,;, iv.riv n-inrii ir;isii):ii?i704i i broutrht into thoir rank?, And its
ly Pi.ilii) Hone,
-r , i .1- !..
civson, neat van uuren,
!y soma ol the noblest .iui
bind. 13 no more: i ilus is ai
s oi the
cal f.ict already on the reconjl.
opposed jDearers ins;stea on Kauing the van;
w;is led ; but tl'.cse who droveMi out, although
by tlie iiliaut CliiV, and supported they lost the day, vindicated their at-
tacament to the union, ana snea tne
highest honor on themselves, by sac
rificing thejr party to their country.
It is not difficult to trace the caus-j This ; is tho; plain' bnvaiiished
cs of this result, for on looking back: truth, and ft is a singular chapter in
at the riicy of tho whig party for the Listoryi of parties. "AVe presume
' ihel.i?t"I't w vears.ithe eousenueuces that hereafter military ,men will te
last Iransnirod seem ncrlect: natural less ambitious olv tile
, I T l i t
h-theoiily wonder is that they did - chair, and politicians
lot sooner happen. A few men ' sticklers lor.expediencu with. I the
jfeuch as Seward, Weed, and Greeley; sail fate ol Iren. fccott beiore them, 'jabo"und in tho countv.
The following letter from a gentle- pound.
man of Texas, will be interesting to j "Bell county, it is believed, also
the great mass of our readersj espe- contains mines of good coal, some
eialiy to those designing to become having been discovered within twelve
ydars only will
-ebbbtd together, and used theo, altliough; respected ps a man by.it thM0 Qj
nrt v fur their own : personal ad- the whole American' peoplej and uni-J Q
rancement Witlf that view they in-' vcrsally admitted to rank among tlielPusas aDd uado nv
citizens of 1 the whilom Star Stale
Republic ' ,j - -
"Taught by my own experience to
know the value of truthful informa
tion respecting a country in which
an emigrant is desirous of establish
ing a final home, I feel a leisure hour
cannot be misspent by communica
ting to others, through your truly
valuable and widely-circplated paper,
that knowledge of Texas which '..
have had opportunities of acquiring
by almos constant traveling through
it during1 the last two years. ' As
many parts of this beautiful country
have been already described by oth
ers, Ij shall, in this letter limit my
account of it to Bell county, situated
about fortv miles north-east of Aus
tin, the capitol of the Stato. Very
little,. I I bfcliovOjj is ! comparatively
known of it in the older! Stales ofiP1"
the Union, although it possesses ad
vantages for settlers equal to, if not
surpassing any other portion of Texas.
'Belton, the county town, is situ
ated in a pretty valley, through er an
Yl:iVM'fl,v.r "mvlr.nfi PrroV P kinds arO
those Iovel) limpid streams which:
of the Leon, Lam-
miles of the town.
:"Tho advantages of this part of
Tejcas over other parts, forj settlers,
having lately become better known,
has caused quite a flqad of travelers
for the last four months through t
county, and they arc. daily (purch?
ing and locating lands, so t
offered for sale, one! vonr
half a dollar an j acre, can not now
boj had under two and threo dollars;
aqd, as the land
ma wilt , bring
dollars1, an acre.
"The. wheat crops, this ycftr, ha
n ; raised,
oeen unusuanv proline, anc
jmazing iquantities .of co
water power :t
- Items of Nctts.
It is said there ivns more butter
made during Octobcfi in New F.ng
land, than fever before in the tame
The inhabitants of
The United Stales ?Ed Spain.
Most of our readers inre aware
tihere is a line of U. S. Mail Steam-
qrs, owned by Mr. Geo. Law, an en-
tbrpnzing citizen of New York, which
1 5 in the employ of. our government,
"phcy are commanded by a govcrn-
ihent officer, and under treaty with
nn, uuba is bound to permit their
Entrance; into her ports for. lawful j
l UlDOSeS of eomnifrff' ;mA tr:ifiif
- " I I - .. . . .
The purser, Smith, of the Crescent i (n)' ", ,,lU,a are Irishmen. Of these,
City, has becomg obnoxious to j he nu,flenl,ls arc C;llhoIlcs-
iptain General of Cuba, and he isj man in Watersville. Ct..is the
Ibibulden to land. He represents! nossessor of fivn thmiqnn.l i;vl...
tttio matter to our Consul, Judo i
Sharkey, and the high-t!ned Tenncs- arpmiers are in great demand
ffcean takes up his hat land irocsi in! at Savannah, Ga. One person ad-
aste. indignant at the outrage.! to! V-Tlises fMnenty-fi ve.
sia, celebrated the
i of that citr, on the 27ih tilt
i Three-fourths ofttie British ar-
Jl'he New York 'Hnies, by a cal
culation makes tlie amount ol tr.o
deUt of the U. S 270,000,000.
Thp minium estimates ct that'por-
tioil of the above owed or advan-
J " m . i r 7
cei on, abroad, as loiiovv?':
Federal. loans, $-10,000,000; Slate
in v.,W.a f,V! Tr , . . Tlr : ibcxsu. me uiclimond-WIiiz
" , rmi, wnen ioi lie is siiown a letter trom i-ia ...w".r.;i r.......
i i r , 1 i I. . . i f1" ivmii p. uuwinciai, iiu;n t'frV
w.-c viwiu ,buu . uaL. opamsn jiimsterat vasnington,i cotuiiv in
nueeu janu twenty Uaiueron ue la Uarca, stating that he; )ic!i ,iiel
i ad received assurances from Mr.-and Kin
Ihllmore that Mr. Smith should not! down at
go over in wo ureteric uicy. o carr,ed u,e State bv J,462 mai.ri
'when he was thus estopped by the
rnkr ' . S I 42.000.000- citv loan
97 i i. . fbond, 24,000,000; countvloauu and
bonlls, 2,000,000; railway bonds,
20,000,0001 Total, 225,000,000.
I . Cuban Trads wilh our Country.
Twenty millions of dollars aiv row
pai( annually by the United States
o C uba for her piwlurtiiins, and of
this, only about six millions urc paid
or !i produce of this country and
oo( tho baltince i;i specie and
bills on London.
The ' Ctovelan 1 Democrat
i that two women had a nu;irrtd
mills actively going; ar
uo leic ueyQnu xno nomej
consumption. i . ,
imo is not. ilistant 'when;,
i.hr.ht-m hctn inn HP:ir V Ill'St Ol llVlDC- CiintamS. HQS
everv other ism of! these latter hiys, foated in a . Presidential contest; by a
until the parasites choked the life out., majority cntirelyj unprecedented in
ofth'e nartv itself. The treachery 'political annals, i I ; ' .
- i j ' .
to Clay by the nomination of Harri-j
ton, au humble county clerk in Onii
was the first move of these patriots.
A Fb'E Pqtatoe .Our friend, I. j
rivers, ;witn the
been deim;iriy coia springs ol; gushing wjiter
along their banks, can not be equaled
for their pellucidcess and 'purity - in
anv other nnrt of Tesps.; Thesn
j-ivcrs are all withiiwi distance of ten
; W. Brits, Esq., .presented us on Mon-
j miles of th
jpy tho mai
of the town, and nre crossed
1 ! it !
Then, in lS44,-they stabkfd Clay be-i '" ; m mmnroau, leaning nrougn
i , i , r i- W :day lat, with a sweet potatoe grown -T?ri,r a,, ct; t1 vi,, j'.j,
hum lus back, while beforehisfJ.ee ;,,, Behon to Austin. Tro .own,-;tupagh
waking a great fiho.w of fucndslip . f ... , , - . ;Mm1not quite tro years okI, is! now, of
In 1S4S,' to use the em-;
weighing., nearly four pounds, j It considerable .size, and is ;daiiy in-
V- i Inn 0 ; V ' "7 -ws as large as any we have ieep. creasing.
.,! 1 .n 1 A, 1 1 1 rankbn Uevieiv.
nouse 01 nis inciMis, auu uie scene
as 1 the
All a u-Jw, 1111 ;
There are, atj ih;3 time,
'several-large-and substantial euild-
Our fcllow-cit-. inrrS"nG;r;rr rUctf d. r.m Vil vine's im-
Li .i .11 i . ,. o o -r . ,
isjiov.eu ! us; ac 1
, . . : prcvements
cliami'iiui,- by noitunatiug a g
man eminent idoneas a man of
and wliose wiiol'3 political life
j weighed five pounds, land two others!
rweiglnug: over - four pounds. Old
t-'U'.n: . .. ;..i.i 4 t Lit i.:.i
I HIJIWIIISUU UIU51 ICiU 10 .Laviusoil . till iUUUS,
II. 1 1 '
; 111 it, , ui uiii, laHitivt. XI
1 : 1 1 I.. I! II t 4-1, -..M ' . . ' . ,i
uivmny Kiiiuu im i.iau- ga- fc.:,,,:,,. fllIir. nnnn(u n!;-; 'with mer
' 'QS cn.
.1 provisions of
so had at prices
i much lower than in Any other town
open ,10 cnajges 01 nco usisiency, And we can beat that. We were
vyavcimg, and gross contradic ioii.- rresentci on hst Wednesday, by cur
At the Line wuen a new and dist.net Henry SnVll !of this
issue was raised jof Linon and thp;ty with two Ya"ln 0Iie measuring
Constitution 'agaiasi abolitionism and -ni . , . nm1 1R
at the same distance
are full of
a large lexpqr
plenty in thd
and tho rivers
Kin conclusion J
minds of some, as they wero to mine:
from the frou-
thc higher law, thb man who, .of
others-ill our laud,! stood firs
in cin'mii Ii ti'ticp. .-ini1VMi',l?iior spvpk
as a ' ' 0
statesman, nnsuri-aped in pur,? amlj - gix : K)Un(K 01d Davidson
ninl v!mi hv niii'ri'ril rnnsonf. :mil
l -nmst yield to Lincoln in the way of
sweet potatoes.'" Faycikville 01-
.ii i ..: .1: 1 1
many m.'.uo.awe lmj,uuj uieo j Well?1them's some potatoes!
flt T 1 ill 1 1 11 tl tii '4 Hit 111 flu NUlfrO til "Ii .'"'.'! A
for more than a quarter dl
worn tlie proud titiwof "D
the Constitution ihs man
1 "The tpwn has bedn lately incor
j porated, and can boast of a popula
tion' as orderly and well-conducted
as any other in the Stite. j There is
an excellent hotel, w:dl conducted,
Tpxa3. 1 There is also a cood school
bygone poet may
as new, an ! y
er of ftonr.
1:0 cuarge, wo ne;
jid interfered, or w
giumc ot all
prairies and ! s
sfc delicious kinds i
n search of a good ;ia
those who may be
farming and grazing country, well'
supplied Vith water and timber, and ,
enjoying a most salubrious climate,
uckling servility of his own gov- Betting The Cincinnati Com-
nment. - . j j
There appears to to no around for
1 ... . 1 - C ll- - Ll1 Tl" ,rIV 1(1 I IIO "J frx.llti t it Ion ll. ... a I
tiu leniai 01 inc yuuaii auinciined " v v it iiiuuatiuu
I permit the landing of Smitki-'d,)1!ar? losl all by the result of
J . . .. . 4 rtlni l.,t..
r:h:irTr ua ho invr i t int. hf ""r cieeuuii
iwercia! says that a gentleman resi
idinin that city, possessed of prop-
He also borrow.
tnted to do soJC!' several hundred dollars of his
ith their governmeht, and had cir-j f itds, whicli die staked upon the
or! issue oi tne contest.
nnetlnng ol tlie sort, but tins is
peremptorily denied! by Commodore
Ui'i iilti-w ' m-.-i riivfti.""nl a1 t-! t
i.uiiu, niiu DULcii;ui.-vj ui iii I rrt il inn n mm ,,..,' t.,,.;,.,t,...
1 , -rTr 1 1JV u, uu.miijiuii,
nanuoi me yesbei. e nave-whicli gave 119 whi-mniority last
spring, sum up, Pierce 30,545, Scott
ft doubt that the
The latest intelligence is that six!
the State of Virginia, by T. . wom?n "?d.a.ll,3rrf
majority for the Pierce! I . . y, a day mgiit, uiitcii
lAect.i tirtrot ( Mi husbands took up. and the rc-
loirt r.. icio y. isiult Uva thai' Cviley fired a revol-
r,vwJ. Ill M O IJ. l;iSS i .. ." . . .
' 1 .. . ..1 .. ... 1 . - 1. f. i
(iang'er'jusly, and tlie ball lodged hi
t le Chest of Kerley's wife.. CauJd
A revival of nli?i.)ii is progress
ing ut Uusje'ivilh-, Ky., in tii? .Ml-Uj-odijt!
Church. A large ntimher of
conversions have taken place.
I A newspaper has been staitcd in
.Montgomery, Ala., by Mr. 11. II.
Ilultilield, a deaf inut' It dishjt
Considerable editorial ability.
Con mcticiii E lectio - R e 1 u r n s
from the whole State, with the ex-
bharge is sheer
auyisujP etence, ano tnat tl 0 whole ooject 27.383 . II.il e 3.662. - Pierce's nlu-
to insult' this countrv. . . - I i-ili-1 ? ifi
The Old School Fresbi-te'iiins are
about establisliiag a new college at
Gov. Wright ol la-liana lias rs-
jlved hot to appoint a successor tu
ys ol tho setting jh
to 'pay a visit to Bell county, and if,
they approach Bcltpn from tlie north- 0
: 'i. .. . ., , . . .. 1
cast, and see tne
sun reflected by tl
es m the pesom 0
notice the: peace, li
e neat while hous-; wUrk, and may be j he
anquility and bon-
revailiilg in this infant jj
iaps those lines of a sweet tl
be called to ithe'in
(' 'fttUAPt Anhiiriil Invnlipsl viiilu'Ti. of llit
)!ain, , , . fins swum:
WhL-re hcu'iih nnd nteniv fkWt'.-d ilie !bnr-
WlJore sirijliiig Sinp iis -ur!ikM visit j-'aiii.
nJ pariinc Sjantitr 1 lincorin? b!oo;tu
delayed.: i . :
TJoping that the .subject and ob
apolocv for tresrassinir so much on
your valuable space,! remain,' yours." Tf 'fffl'e.
The Yole for President since 15
f liA Flofn
cil, t,-: j ... i. : i oAo i ' .i ilol
OlHlt'S l-l X lUbtUUUl, 1X1 J.OJ.O, ISIOOU j
ipro hfttr-r t-ililrt It i1h-Vj l-ciif'f?is flill-ivt ! i it "
an in any other inland town in
imte, liad j
bfeikh r of
But Sand a ch "rch, free to 'all denjmina-
we can neat .itiicm ail. ; Uld Davidson, rtmns nf f! hnlian! Tf Mmvs nln
Lincoln must yield J'amost j salubrious dnd pure iair. and
a century u-ni; L..L.L1
j liiiainuii uri
the palm to old Franklin. We have -.
so far : ' . ill. , i . " T mwV !iSi remarkable for its healthfulness.
in.i. r i :.v niu i ii iiui lriitfi i .1 .i
uhead of every Jiving memoer ol Ins Lotkh:!rt i j ,,u-ge Cuba Potatoe) ;Tbs flic
party, m mtellec, ser ices and nier-. wllich mc: tff0 feet nine inches Hunity,
it. was tm-ust aside and lor wnom. h.ntrtU CM.n M
Thjs f ict is well attested by! tho im-
A 'statesman? Xo! An old
well-iiied whig, who had doue
man service for his party? No!
m.inff?o from sectionalTbias,
no wav identified with abolitionism
and its kindred enormities? To!
111 If !! ft h inn Wflprhi! Kpvnn nn.l
I ..... - - ? ...... ' ' l . i IIUU
iin three-quarter; pounds. Let's hear
-A0 no more of your bragging, gentlemen
tuu in l..-, u
but fr a-military luro, .fresli. from
ou alii raising sweet pot;itoes.
, prfelty women and good democrats.--
the town and surrounding
'sidt t si cr 'JndrpoidcK
T.'iV iliitl n! ViMiv hone rrnrtlntrinT nf
iU..ft.n .-I....1. . t.. ... : fr".' "v ""!.' 1"-"'? O"'"1-""
my m u;uut', wuusu nuuiiii;u;yii (i up .1 i ii ,i ntmi. Liit , ., ,
was nnred.onthe irround.of ex pad i-3,?';' J,h" Jo jold namely, npsquitoes, have
'i i 1 I ' 1 ilMl. i I 1' IV i IIM:il.JllJIIl" 1 a? i
done :fided, abetted, nud pro- Wo were shown
Sy tins very uoohtion clique nnl :U. r tj e. t.
. ., - . -J . , n - i""V lUVi iyiv VI AJI.lllIU OUll, 111
Kowj, there were thousands cfmen
the whig ranks who, to their oter-
j this place,1 that weighed eiht pounds
nal honor bo, it recorded, loved their . WI caL o our ist
i . i... , i i
t justice and common propn- J
olted at t ho outrage, iiiey
Mexico, nor pleased,1 j 1
wit n line pictures oi
r . l ii ...4 ! .
umioniii. ii n.is l'1 . ,-.11,11
p.i men oi dcoii s p:u-
ic ever doujjted that
dud ic would IiAve balanced our first
n.niiod inf:itnoJ but as it is. ifc..voi!r!is
i:or.'J3t j:i!iv;iiori!i 1.1 a mi- ,.
. . . r.. ..,.;-
.not; oui it was a most suspicious ten- ,rt,i v.-, i,.,u .J i,n,,,i,..i i,ui.rij rtKn
, ! i lUltH) uv imp U HUUMUM WU.J1H.JO VI IIIL
cumstance to find him! in tho arms of cJa ! -Wi.t itipMni ..In'f n l,n
the rankest woolly-heads in all the bea by D.,vidon, a Lincoln, a
S OaiJTI' , VilS!fiiriCAn!rT v "Prri tillin ;li miili
nai wniga passeu oy ,111c uroaaway ;of j,,.- Uy ;;ili(!bpfter soil than all
. . - r .
bo haul down vour siirn
no longer lead the way
1 bear the; victory away from you.
. SllriverJ ol our counts-, sent ono
nwn tlif ritiipr d.-iv :isi -i s:imrlr nf
cajoled with -Lrilliaut jnbJat gne hundred bushels he had at
Said- potatoe had been dug
some time, land was much shriv-
had it been weighed when first
House, whoso familiar; walls, had ?o tjiaJ
Ur--oiten resouuaeu to iie:irty cheers lor
Jfliv Wnbstnr iiid - T I )
where nothing now was heard save! T XT I. 1
the drum and' the fife, ; and nothing ;aheaI of us
eeen"jbuT a list of the cardir
pics of the whig party j disp
the husre transparency of
. in full unifermi surrounded
' Clierubusco, Lundv
ici" subjects upon whicn t
icau people never had any
-but which seemed novel
for making tlie conn
jixrhies the first of civil rulers,
rib did not ficl suffieicnUv t
al prinei- er, durs was q
Cutiaiid; ctimo again if you rr,
tifordl I coman. I
aced ' by j and Indy thrlown ok as a bait. When
country enjoys from si
other towns, within fifty miles, are
suffering from some of tlie 'prevail
ing diseases of the coun iy. An
other, and, v.s I deem it no small
advantage of this portion of j Texas
is, that those sanguinary t )rmcniors,
Reviewing those frets, I
am irresistibly led to the belief that
Belton is about
Andrew Jackson, !
John Quincy Adams,
In 1832 with' this result :
Henry Clay, j
In ISoG tho vote stood
Martin Van Burim,
Wra; II. Harrison,
L. W. Tazweil,
Hu. L. White,
1 o i a n
hglish ; and Frenclk vessels-of-war ! We liavc heard of some fe;v sale?
mi at Havana, wane a,u,',u,u tl1 3 vum mc
kinish war-steamer is cruizing ouVlvereu ai pr uarrei auuis piacc.
jro Castle, to jirevtmt the landing; K He opinion of many, that pork
the Crescent City, which, was! wiH come down to 4 cents before
Wly expected. ;Nnv this is'highji1' season 1 closes. ShclljvUlc Ex-
i Senator White
selection to the
cets in Janu a
imn, Li'.it to iL-ave Hie
rv. liu nUo tit c line
tq have Jiis vri used in tunnec-
Itipn with the oftier.
t work. E.ig-ir, 17tVi.
5Uia trance nau etter auenu.to. Hoci-Wc hnvn rPc.ev.iU hoard
i ; . . 1 ' nii 1 J
fir onuusinessanaieio rsaione, of seviiral salc9 of at 33 75
ev ousrat to kpowj uv uas umc
t this fountryj wi
1 havq none of.
ir intermeddling or intervention j
affiirs 011 this jside of tile water,
WbJly national, it is 111 the
j tidn of the policy of Mr.
piimulgatcd in 1S22. We
0 this, and it will be enforced at! to 1430UU
cannon's mouth. The policy ofj Qpium E
incoming aumimstration is not
a thousand pounds ol'ouium are sold ! 10D. have been erected in N o
ivitu rrnrr irnplr in I m rilv ri niL
cicce that it will be American, anil Xt... v.i. L " 1 .k. . .1 ii: ri
s contradistinguished WI ,,,dl mc M,,tl M ! Rov. Mr. Cpman, of il .vro d.
bli null l- IJli 1 1 i 1 - u t
in i iuiuoi iiuu ic , uui u iiiiic tin; mil" I .
of my letter will i)e mv sufficient U . . , .,, , , . J , bv
- - ii
n lie restraint of the expansive ca-l Frankfort' Vtbinan gives official rc-
to outrun, m the
march of ' improvement, all other
towns in Texas. . )
. 1 t
"The land in tho neighborhood 'of
the town, and throughout the county,
and Bedford are
as vot. Howev-
le '"'first diggingp,':
i general :0t!ie - scctidnsUiay
hy - the
ff!l;ml rtrr ci f ri
vsLanei ndMe0 Te
ie AnierPr exc'Je Vs
doubt, ; swaiipw tne yarn
oycl arguments has cne hundred bushels cf potatoes,
minder of t!fdrjeach weighing!, eight pounds; but
it won't go
l done their best,
come in and bear
Tike Yeoman will
We have'tried to
that Mr. Strivcr
the richest and best kind.-
: i ' .
can be, more confirmatory of
this statement, than tho immense
rop of Indian porn, wheat, oat's, etc.,
hat arc everywhere to be seen spring-
ng with the utmost luxuriance from
this truly prolific soil.! I am informed,
by those best. Qualified to giye an
opinion on the subject, that cotton, j
and almost every other species ofj
crop, flourish equally well, such is!
fertility ancj variety of tho soil.
range for stock in Bell -county
surpassed, extending, as
' Van Burcn's majority
1840 tho vote stdod
Wm. II. Harrison
Martin Van Burenl
In 1844 tho result was 'as follows:
James, K.Polk, ij 170
Henry Clay, j - 105
Folk's maiority, G5
In 1818 the vote stood:
Zachary Taylor, 1 1G3
Lewis Cass, 127
Taylor's majori ty, S 6
t i lied
T 4 led
i j na
i I 'i
Ovpr I thirty tons of eji rcra
oi'ougat m lo riaiMiusKy, Uiiio, oiij
d.v last' wt'ik, on th S-n'iiiuskr,
Manlield and Nc.vark Iidi'rj;iJ.
The Scientific Amrric
c' gross, but vi"tK(i n a few da vs tlie JUew cure lor hiccoughs.
prices have i.Jvanced, and holders or both hand
now demand.$4, at which figure
sah .iro nrr.v' bp-in"
ii r. .'!: .L.i.:.,v :.. i o
liH.10 15 a S-L'IJL'.illv-llL VViU..l 13 ! .7a I A TV;.,,,,.
t-ittC- llil l J-ltlU'li.,
a cerMiti re.n;dy.
A general movement has brer.
It i saivl.td be
is iiz;i iyu c
i made in Texas, fur tin; construciion
EttcrioN. The prob-'of works of internal improvcincnr.
jail agree,! "hie mijority f4r Tierce ii 12,000; peculiarly raih o.ulj.
' j t During tin pr-set.t voir, 1.473
vti.vo. It is stated that new buildings, ahiel at $ 1 4.239,-
l that uni
iniform policy cf the whig; j j,
icd conservative, which, un- k
o;mini eating is increasing very rap-
their practice, is but a synonyme
lities of American institution?
abject submission to insult and
quy from foreign1 governments.
Could stand tp be'i
," k Young America," "manifest
Kentuckt Elcctios. The
uracc, ihl., lias a
whic'i Inn laid seventy
po! ind lien.
Mr. Win. I.illv. of IiiickiiiliaLn"
Aiw i r I ' '
turns irm y- coutn.es ami unoni-,,,,. a ft.,v (,.ns ncchU u,
end returns, from They pive;,.,liv s'll0t 0 l(J oPbia'chiUrcn, agrd
Scott a majority: ofV 3,2 15, I he ' i() " OMti ,!
Hod "filibus-, four counties vei to hear from rave i I
1 tie v
in Vptr-i tainted, an I
to'M7r,. niil !5f r.ntn nnrh R!uv Tslin.l nn Tiiofl:iV. aims ! IV-IOUr llOll
Io.i ell last year 240 majority.
ruiiwMuuuuuiu, , Counterfuit twenty dollar bills on i()Ut
ave us jfi-om the opprobrium ofthoBank of lhe s atJQ ofSoutU Car. :
' classed! among latter-day .'i-i ,......,,,.. en
olina, are in circulation.
Among those who voted
w das iagoK Mrs. Bo'ton lust
wallet mi the maiKct. It was
ed up sobn by a German wo-
, named Mi'5. King; who retun.-
e x a m i n-
it, and dfjclard that .Mrs. King
r feen c'l
d it. M
ched, w he
hr he. 'I
:c money. Tln
much confused, and
s. Bolton then threat
hrr arrrstod n n d
h Mrs. King fell dead
he death was as sud-
l i m v
as nas ever neen Known, ill i s
tr was tlnJ "(vife of a steamboat
"and the mother cf several
1852 the vote will nrobablvi.'
Franklin Pierce. 2n4.! '
ninueiu ocoic, Z - t
v ; Ji , a
it dbes, over thousands of acres ofi
choicest pasture land, i The
i i' i i
grass is mostly iposnuite, and in all
directions are t he seen running
streams cf water, Better becfi can
nowhere be found than the grass-
fed;; beef of Texas. It is fat! the
whc.Io year round and this is! not
to' be wondered at, when you see the
cattle up to their knees
est; and most nutritious
best; beef ' can . be had,
"Piarea's mninrlfv 919
The majority of (ten. Pierce is;.
larjrei than ,anv of his predecessors
ever received at a contested elec
! American.. ' !
Affecting. In Luzerne jc un
ty, Pal., a few davs finc, Mr. J
ip:ii! i . i".
it imams sii"i ins own 5,011
12 years, while he was rind
in the thick-
generally in! covering.
gathering chestnuts. Thjo
took him for a dee. On and
ing-lnm the boy exclaimed:
ichy 'did yon ihoot 7ncV and
wards added, "Father," von w!
Icr! brush1 that
hn ' pose
ill hu-;his bhl
ry me on the farm, vvon't yqii?"-'olstai(ilp, it is
We are rejoiced to Jevirn ih
t the voun
poor little boy survives, and U rc- mil ted the horrible crime of riarri
now order M Methodists, com-
l of preachers and people for-
bflonmg to the Methodist
copal ('huj-tjh, is coining up in
nin. I hey adlicre to iMeilio-
loctrinps, bnt adopt the Con:re-
lal form of government. They
tn tlie coveinment of the
;ipdi?t . Episcbpal Churdi, be
lt possesses not. the elements
republican form of govrrn-
Nathan Munro, wl p is one hundred ; lnal could
years old. Ho voted for Geori
; Tho Brattleboro Eagle learns that ! 7eal s 8S 0
upwards of 10,000 sheen have been ! a !a,P-
sold and driven from the town of ; inhabitant-
Shoreham, Vt, at prices ranging! ,lon!
lrom iiity cents to ttiree uoiiars and ; jjog j
a halt. Tms uausnl s.do of stock j Monday i
is owing to the scarcity of food. house at
ainrl by General !strc?tf M
,is citimitedat ;commenc
' 1 i r n 1
ie.':li:ig Tim "$ siys tir.t.
since the c'sol'ra briiike.
citv. and seven - cases
I. The safne d iy all tho
rased in maikt-t became
refused to keep tucu-
rs 111 spite ol all the salt
be put upon if. 1 hit
was general a!l over the citv. :
ty Years Gld.LTWy
Nov. 2.) Obi ) was loin
t had men at out 1" j,000
k now it has over two nil!-
: The majority ;ob
Pierce in Wiscoia3td
! The mijority for Gen. Pierce in
the State of DeWare.is 34 votei
tiLLiso. At Louhvill.?, cn
tho extensive packing
upper end of Jcfilrsou
Graham, Floyd & Co.
d j slaughtering, and killed
This is the .first killing of
The X. Y. Tribune
Lhe 4th iustjsays that
The officwlvotej of jMassaehusetts;uR3 abundant in that city at 5 per
13 thus reported: Gen. iS&otr, o4,20o: ; cent on calk ; First clab
Gen. Pierce, 47,80'); Mrfllale, 28,-,' per cent.
The receipts of cotton at New
003; Mr. WebsterJ l,S50l
. . -, . Ml
IThe New York JVa
, . . C 1 . 1 I -
Mtis advises wnians lorun inns cniiug
young men' to keep away from tlyit! 25th, amounted to the enormoiu
citv. It MVS thnfc nin0trpn-tirpn.!suill of S1.72 8 halt?. ' !
-;t J ( , ,
there to seek their fortunes, not only een inches in Rimousla county, Can
drs.g out an existence of poverty,;,, on tho I7th of October. !
iii i , k , - '
duj; Decome , miseranie vagaponus.
. : i
IThc woi IV fair
York in May next.:
' Daniel Webster's
The Cincinnati pr.pers state that
open:! at New 3T,C droves of hogs freni Kentucky
'I jure daily arriving in: thai city.
During the present jj'c;.r,! l.iTS
Speeches in six!
The fa-(large volumes, are in gr.'ai demand 'new buildings, valued at $14,230,-
:d iu iSey
; trsnl-in thb Galena (III.) Ad-
a rrporl of alioiyible crime-
ittcdin th;d vicinity.
nd moMier of a family diid ! in New York. Tho price is fifteen TOO, ; have been crcq
uiii. i liPir oijienyo was sun- uoiiar.-j aim uiree dollars on oacn set -luitv..
to nave i)?en cnoiera. Keren! Koes to tne tamiiy oi 3Jr. Webster. ti ttp tj L... .
i ' i - 1UU 11UU.AU i A ji i:i n.iv at in c Lj i
Wheat,' rye, oats, and barley , tnc Texas papens ?re difcusirg;
bach other .in a ; rroP-l"on to divide that fctata.
hues have; rxritotr suspicion
.1 - L i , -i
mev were noisonoci iv incir
nngliter, a voting girl of fif-
A yoiuig man had bceni pay-
altcntions to Inr, to ihoin
arents ol jested on account of
I character. To remov this
p jpposed thafl the
ented to and com-
should never follow
- '( i i- il I t
course oi roiauon; inere snouia ai-: Tho Snii(h mlly Iinve tv.0 Jr
ways do an inicrvemng noea crop Pe-.drC(1 and eighty-eight hUcn adv
! , -Jised in the Sacramenloj Post-cfljce.
'is estimated "tharlTbe Browns re next in order. ;
54800O,OOO of coffee will be raisj A locomotive made the distanco1 of
ed this year in the toffee growing fourteen miles in tv.clv'o minutes.
countries. This is an immense in- j over tho Milwaukie and 3Iissisjsir.ti
crease oyer former (ear?.
Railroad, a short time sicoe.