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The riaruairuiB .Mry lane lea ve no room to
doubt that tli Whin ha carried a larire mt
i irtiy of 'he eouoiie,and the Hoots uf Delag aim,
and thai the Suteia dead against Van buren.
Frederick, Anns Arundd and Annapolis which
one m uilh ago elected Tories, have now elected
Whist, Montgomery, thra divided now electa
all Wbtgs, tl art lord then all Van Buren, now
is half mJ half. The party haa killed lis.fl by
the atrocious cmduot of the 19. It is to be hoped
the Mfractwy 19 will now consent In rtve Ma
r j laud a Uovermoeut Richmond Whig.
At the elect ion held cn Monday last through
oot the State uf Mary land for Delegate to Hie
General Assembly of that State our readers are
already apprised of the success of the Whigs in
the eny of Annapolis, and of ihe greatly reduced
majority if their opponents in ihe city of Balti
more. We eoiuinue i he return a far as they
have reached m:JSat. hit
PmwcB Gaoaoc's Co bitty. II L Cnmhs.
(W.)778; R Ul.i-mlin. (vV J7ii; VV.i. II
Tick, ( W ) 774 i B L lia I W ) 750 ; II Day
(V B ) 61 ; H C Seun, (V B ) 6J5 ; I' Ikld
win.fV U ) 586 i T B Cranlord. (V. U ) &4'J.
Avenue Whin; majority 179
S. Fuwli r was dented ShmrTof the coomy.
Drown t 814 I WmUiingtoo 2.523
Ely 3.5fi I Showers 2.17b
Rmteaa 3.173 l Orrick 1,773
j hiii v-siey vvaik-r was eluded noerill o.'
the Uy ami cour.ly of llalllnore, by a majority
of 1.37 i vow ovW bia loading jipumiil. ......
"fww;;Kl ! Burenitt ?-rm?
. B liinxitia
1 HI j Mai-y 1,24.1
1.151 1 NeUro 1.136
1,11) Forward I.IIH
.If welt 9 Hi
G tiiuh is considered a
fTh fiction nf Mr.
great iniiuiph. ho having vol-,) fur the 'indemtll
ty' last win'er.on v. hichc account the wlronjf-
el urrHmle-f)Mms weiw niade sjsinl hnn.
The v ile in a lull as wai ever taken in the eoun
ly and ia conclusive that II trtford i against .Mr
Vn Buien J '
Mi. (Jarsins (Whig) elected Sheriff.
jtws'vj tuxjzL cojyty
The Wfl S ticket oioc.-eUed throughout. C"tn
pleie reiunis not rceivt.:.
No V-in U iilii n.k.l run; u iiihsiariilinjf
wl.icn, mi v Iiijjh p.iln.j i,re vim i.tr iln tr
Uckei limn iiu-v .(! hi ili-i- S'-fHoiMDrr election.
' , "Nwbntt
nwVHi Lear. -
wMirun hi lie luarit trn which ml the
- ,laatlictioufv I V..I. B.ir-i luujwity.
" .'J'-'-.v. tUBJST COUNTY-.-'.
The Whig ticket elecie.l, but complete re-
- . Inmaxot received. Mr. CulKmjfh ekcied Slier
fgUia) M 1.1 19
Ifig Van Burtn.
'. " Bilitmnre Ciiy; 0 2
, . "B-lii.nora tood'y 0 4
't AftiiHitis Cny 2 0
I..XjAi)ne Arondet 4 0
- v lUrtlord" 2 2
; X'eeil-- ' 0 4' "
V- 4 0
, Q ieeii Aina " 0 0
T.ltM 0 0
S.m. iwt 0 0
Wdieeslef 0 0
Direhler 0 0
Pi;ne U -ofiie'a 4 0
M'lnlanncry 0 -0
Si Ma'y'a 0 0
CaUen 0 0
thnrlea -0 0
fndrik 4 0
V k-.hnigtua 0 4
Alli'2U..y 0 0
Our.il in- 0 0
CO IMENTS ON TH.K RESULT.
Float the .Maiyl iiid Clirnicle of yesterday.
Lust Mmidnj'seleemH U u iiverlly regarded
as tmiclutive ol the oie f Maryland, Uxm the
Prvwideiiiial quesiiiin. There is not a city or
cnuniy hi Hi State, so fr h-ard from, in
- avhiitlt th' tirtifli "f ihe Vn Uuten party, hik
no been dmiir.mlied. This cily, we have, n
Mie fell aoop. lopfkid off upward uf thihtlcii
HWDaCD of that vote umi which iur op;Miienu
rel ed ae an index ol the pililiia of I lie Suite.
In Kederii k county they did nut prexuirw loniine
an oppiimn. In Anne Arundel, where their
camli. tales prevailed at the Septeinhei elei'tion,
by an overwhelming vote, tables have been turn
ed. In Hartford, where their ranjority was nearly
two hundred, the Whigs have naceeeded in eli c
tiii two of their cand dates, and in t'ei-il one of
thrt Whigs is within thirty-sever! voU-e nf bung
- eln-ted We do not doubt that the returns from
th other counties wilt exhibit a like increase of
the irt renfth of the Whig party.
Under these riiwiiBDStani'es, we feel authoriz
ed :o asit'ire our friends abroad that the vole of
A'ar)laml,on the Presidential election, in no lon
ger matter of controversy. Whatever pruepeet
ol Miixwae Mr. Van Uuren mat' have had. hue
beeu biastrd by" the indiscreet arid atrocious at
tempt ol a..me of his agents to involve the Stale
in the horror ol Kevolutnni
The United Statu Senate. The term of ser
ice of thf folfowiiig Senators expiresoif the 4lh
ol Man-n next ; '
John Pa?e, -
tjioiiriitt, - '
tltiio, - - -
liidiaua, . :'','v
. , ' ,. Haniitel PrtiUim.
vVjVjaya Wnirhi, Jr.
,' .WInev Buel.hnan,
. r mm 11 . .
Xft AJfn'd Cuihborf,
if. r 4, a i Henry CUnj. .
i I r? : W-.u. Hendricka,
w " I t ......
Loo i K. Linn MiHSouri,
Thoae in ttaltce are Wh.irs. -
' , PENNSYLVANIA.
Thankful fur email favors, the Tory Prints
r crowing loudly over the Inspectoral Elec
ti.,H, w'nioh lottk plaoa last Friday mk- Pnunsyl.
viiiiia'. These' prove very Tittle one way ir, an.
""-utb',r. The lospeciora ara the offioexa who pon
duel l!i elecliori. and pirtit a selJoio tliinti it
wetih while lo try 4beir ttrengUl ! 'kifruishing
(or them when the main battle ia tube fought in
a few day As far as iihey1 do in-licate knv
ihing, the Tories seen to hafsvearried fhe day.
et Monday ia tbo iuiportant day Richmond
rw Mil - '
i From the ICawnpha Banner.
rOLITJCAL RACE COURSE.
,.- v .4.iUuow;.,Tjck' .
The rail raeea over thia eelebrated coarse will
shorify "come (iff.1 Some tlioroogh bred noraee
have already entered furthetweeratakea. Great
pun ana nirn aemvg
First on the Iis4 is Ilia bob tailed city bred pony
Kintterhook. He is in first rate kerpin, and
has hitherto run well over the provincial ronrsea.
The Sourihern blonds are rather doubtful sa to
his keeping tha track, bavioflr on aome former oo-
caiona bolted. He is, however, In he rode by a
celebrated j'icky from Tennevsee, OH Hickory,
wtiich mapires irieat eonftdence amongs nor there
eporis nen. 1 he kn iwing ones of that revion
are backing himtat great odds, nginsl the field.
Nen comes the Tennessee Grey, a thorough
bred nair nf vreat snirit and surnosed boitum.
He wan formerly under thV tnmiriir of the cel
ebrated J M-ky b fore named, Old lliekory, bat
havin'' kick! him on several ucrasKMia as be
was curryimr him down, his caia was thencefor
ward tunlerred lo Kinderl.ook. The two alrea
dy menlioned were named on the same conme.
and are aaid lo be very spiteful Inwards each
iher. i here will be aome hard paJnea between
these two towards the south western point of the
course during the first heal. O'd Hickory pre
tend to aay he wilt be distanr-ed t Wt shall
, La.l. but utt least !ones Tippecanne, an old
cbiirer of fine tneial and hotlom. He haa been
turned out for some yeais until his mane and tail
are matted wuh hurra He is lobe rode by an
ak'vard countryman (fresh from the people)
TheBe two laitet cirrinns anup hive Wen the
caub of great inernmenl with the silk slocking
(jenny, bul nany g.ai judiresilo not hesitate to
ay ihl lie w ill make lU hub tail fuot it haod
soiin ly to brat huu
Ho cornea upon the tuif in the finest style im
agniahlM bead and tail right up, aod moves off
ai the t;ipof the drum, like an array w ith banner.
''He ik uhI like a .-as'le." and of the very best
Viigmia kiM-k He has had liitle or no training,
hm l.m barki.ru look to his wind and boltom to
make up tor any ui fi:iiicy on that score. One
IIiiiik in iHjriam of Old l ip. he will never bolt
H g -srijfhi a had lo the end of the heal, let
who will bo bwiire of b h'nd. ft will donb less
(H'ii niatltif o) lolliille sport, should the iiorihern
kuiiwioK ones "ue bti" by this r untrained old
hi4 laeky . Sueh liungs have been iWir-heiuTe;
and will be done agiin All we can say ai ore
'nt is.ttiat Whoever beats Old Tippecam must
loot it iiaudanmeiy. 1 be other Jocki'ys are ev
idently alarmed mnce hn sppeand upon the
course He wnlks II in first ain a'yie i and all
acknowledge that the bone and nms l are there.
The lutotiie groom of the bob tail, I'. Ritchie, is
saul to have lt hi appetite and his at-'usiomed
confidence tojjether, both unusual things for him.
iiis judgment wk never known to fail hut once,
and that w.ot in precis. ly singular ca.se;when an
tdJ charier of unpromising apH'drance beat the
lavonie najr of his own training
V hat a etngular --iglit n w ill he to tee these
three nugs as they move off. The bob tail.with
his rider, in all Hie pomp and paraphernalia of a
ihon.ngu bred offiuiaUidtng as if ''by authority.''
ad having al the same li ne the advant"ea of
the iMd(t wh:Ui the ola Grey and ulT Tip
have to fuot ii on their own l-g We raiher
eoxpect thai old Tip will make the burnt fly as
they approach the wesiern po'ni of the course, as
ii is uudi rstood hy the knowing ope he will make
a paaa al lite bob tail thereabouts. Old Hickory
swears -by tun Eternal,' that he will umt:mce the
olu Grey at leasi.and it ie supposed by loauy thai
he will attempt to r.de hi.n do it The old
Jkey luik-i rather queer, wuh his long legs
lat.giing lo the ground as he turns in the rmlii
and K fl, aaggenng and boaiilinu of the proweiw
..f a. ... ... i I k. . a a .
i ma inue uruicn pony ne swears, H Kunir
liMik don't loot it, he will g t down md beat the
old tjirny mi (K,. 1 ho barkers of the pony con
less, a the tune draws near, that ihey deend
mine on me rmer than the horse w hile the south
ern bloods launt htm by eaying that nu rider cm
keep ahead ol hi saddle. The rider of old Tip
......... L I , . .
" ii uin:ng Hiuri anu mot-Kasins, hai a torn
anawK and lutcher knife in his bell, and does
not lok unlike a Hotter or a Buckeye. !!
rides oatebacked, sits his hore straight as an In
dian, and aaya little. He has however a know
uieer.as i.e casts Ills eye and rolM his an d
every now & then towards the immense crowd t.f
countrymen who cheer him no, as he walka
round he oo-trse. TV northern knowing ones
pretend kt ridicule old Tipthey tell him "he ia
spavined" "paces behind and trots before"
"blind nf one eye, can't nee of t'other" "that
hta tail has U.n drove in ..... Htt.aay to all this,
"lithe crtuer he ride don't make the pony 'feel
fcmall ai d look inean' beloie atiow falls, Iheu call
htm a liar thai's all."
THE SENATE OF MARYLAND.
Tho annexed article, from Urn Annapolis
R. publican, conveys information which
cannot but be- exceedingly gratefpl to the
ptoplt tf Iht Stale of Maryland, aa well aa
to the whole Union:
A Dawning r Light We have good
authority for atuitrtinn that John S. S. lltnan,
Eq. and wo have reason to hone that his
colieagno. Wesley Liuthicutn, Eaq also
have said that if the Van Buieu ticket is de
feated in Anne Arundel county, they slull
considei it as an cxpreneton of the will of
Ibe cuiinty against the course ibey. aa Eleo
tors, have pursued, and aa an instrurtion fur
thcuitogo into the College and qualify,
and that they $hull d so accordingly. '
w beard iV asaetlcd thdt the
olts has uttered , similar language in icgard
to our city election, but bip Hot been able
to trace the re pur t to distinct anthoniy.
We hv furtlref Icarncrl, from what we
Hc-ni giHMl authority, that $even of the
tihm twn Kleftws re I aged to enter into furiher
oliltgtioii not in any event to meet the Col
b'ge nnd qualify, than was r.npltd in their
joint publication; and that a one of them re
served a written un ers'o;iing, that if they
found it xiK dieni to return and qualify,
they should be ai -liberty to do so without
ben g t hargeahle with a violation of good
niui wan uittir associates of the
HORACE EVERETT ELECTED.
The Van Buren papers have aaitl and
repeated that Horace Everett not e.
Jecled from Vermont.' The r.laromnnl
tN- H; ,E"fle ruu, on lhe tilhority of a
letter from Wra.dainck,'fVt.) tnat Mr Ev.
ertfll it re-elected to Cougress, by a majr-
iiy of from 40 to 50 votei. AH the lowns
inthet Diatriet Itave been heairt! Iriirn, giv
ing Mr. EvrptiU .clear majority of about
200 votes over Pstridge and Fiint, which
was reduced to. between 40itnd 50 by
bout 160'tcattoring votes. i "
. IV. learn iliatf tha raetA'las'erdereJ a
Court ef lawniry, to eonsiat of Major General
Macomb, aa President ; Bridadier Generals Bia
dyand Atkinaun, nembers, j and Captain Samuel
Cooper, as' Judge Advocate and Recorder ; to be
held al Frderick, Maryland, as aiam as the slate
or Iheservie will permit j of which Ihe ftesi
tent of th B.iM tvitt WmiiMi?mmi
gale the eaawes of ihe failure of the eunipaiii" it
Florida eadet General Suoiland General Gaiuea,
and ol ibe delay in pruaecutina the cemuaiun
gatnat tbo Creek Indiana in Alabama. .Vero
At a puhlie dinner to Mt. Bell, in Tennessee,
me roiiowtng well-deserved compliment was
drank in full bumpers :
"Daniel Webster i A nsme not nnfiilv asso
eiated with those of our distinguished guests, as
being, not of 'the part, nor 'a party,' but of 'his
country hia who o country, and nothing but his
The Globe affects to be in agony that such a
.nasi siioqmi ne given within the dmniniou nf 4n
drew Jaikson, and thinks this is enourrh to m
duee ihe .State to vote fir Van Buren imuead of
Its justly -esteemed favorite.Mu.lire White. Km
Tea iieesee has proved herself loo independent to
oney me oictsiion either ol the Globe, or the
king, tia maaier. ratrtat .
We marvel that a nurtv' ahitnM k .
shamed tif iis 'seandjdleat"iw we presume the
van uiirenties are. from the circumstance of ihe
omiMinn of their names on their printed Eleem
ral Tickets. We would adNe them lu I mk out
for candidates whose names will not discredit the
The Washington correspondent of the
Newark Daily Advertiser gives the follow
ing as of undoubted authenticity.
Scent at a Fathionuble Party While
Mr. Forsyth was at the court of Madrid his
reputation as a gallant man stood as high in
that nation, as it had previously, and has
since, stood at home He was ambitious
of the honors of a Grammont. and wnui.l
seal eel y disdained Ibe fame of a Ro..ster.
At onof thrt splendid parties Given in Via-
tlrid Mr Fi-rsyih bad jHt waltzed with a
laiiy, who was considered the most distin
guished of the court for her beauty and ac
complishments At the close of the move
meiit Mr. Forsyth hands the lady to a Vat
on a sofa, and w ated himself by her side,
She sccnsied him in Spanish. Mr Fori
ylh shrugged up bis shoulders, blushed,
bowed, and contrive I very auci incily to
make the ladt understand that he knew no
Ibing of Spanish She ex jessed some sur
prise, but recovering herself. )Mlitev d
diesstng bitn in Fitnch Eutendee vouz?'
The thou I d-n of the minister were shrugg
ed again, the dye in htsrhe k was ruddier,
and the raising of his,haud and eye-brows
bowed he was again at f ult. The lady,
almost, dweoncerted, tried him in a f tr i
language. " Did he iindeistand Italian ?"
It was sll in vain. The minister, through
aome kiud medium, replied that he knew
none of I ho languages. The phil-soph.
and politeness of the fair questioner vani-b-
eo tngfinw, and bursting into an immo.ier
ate hi or laughter, which infefled the wholi
',,rf ,j.c,.,l,e'' ,n nn tongiie-
- unuersia it no linjjiiage-T IT."a v ens t The
unite. i states has sent us a mu'e for a mm
i.im r i l i
. .? uiiin wciine so annoy ing
that Mr Forsyth, una bin to endure it nw
no jeii me room. It was long, however
oeioretlie rircumstancp was forgotten,
oeut ve, nowever, that Mr. Foisith speaks
A. IvCl ... .i. i n
-'wu cpameu ana rrench since that day.
From the Lincoln Transcript
I ne ixirih Carolina Standard seems to lake it
in high dudgeon that the friends of JuJire White
I 1 .1 I l. a? . ...
nave oeen round eating and drinking at
(ViiMwrvugn, rayetiviiie. U islow, &c . and
seems l he greatly alarmed lest the cause
niuperaiMm inay nave miflnred rli says "they
cui sucii wild antics , fairly lu out jump Jim
Cmw." This i- pungent; "yon have a nimble
wit,' f hllo (aa Jaque said to Orlando) "I think
it was made at Atalaula's heels," or, aa Jaques
saja of his fail, he hath 'in his brain (whi. h is
dry as a remainder biscuit after a voyage) strsnge
placca crammed with observation, the which he
cuia in mangled torms Philo seem- to thnk
the electing of a Governor ia no matter to rejoice
about, and that leaating is unpardonable. Weil,
Viouiu nu lurgiven, tnis ihiug or the feast -
k u.ueingwn one sine must t raiher unpalat
able to those on the onpMite side. Yi
cause nl rejntcing! why did Philo before ihe elee
....... ... wi s wiwupn .promise tuhave
ins iarKe vun nred when he heard th. ,..i.o
but it so turned oat that Philo and R.,.,n...
Spaight were lound largely in the Minority; this
he appears lo think livhtlv of he 01 w. mm I- . I.
ie nicnaru uoons sink or swim wreck or no
wreca; -as ii is a spare life look yoo, it fits his
nu.n.ir wen; out as mere is no more feasting in
it, it goes much against his stomach." -
Great Match Kentucky ogaintt
e. The ir.atch between Kentucky and
f tiff' ....... L. . ... J
m VlintNIUH, -ftt in. nft nmnm .1... 1 1
...... .... v.ii ui ri inn . jiiiis.iii.
... isi mi. ituaoion waaihH fhmni ..t
.7aluckf Jt .Aiigiira appear w the part of
y ..r0. 4 ne purse was 15,000. but the by-
kJ m7 . n DP MJ "o ran in
ihe Western count r. Th.:, "
Rudolph, which is thus stated by the Joor-
"I'robaly tenthrmsand persons .inM .t.
eoulest. rhe track, m .u. .
, ooiooh anti
violent rains waa in . m.t execrable cdu-on
Angora t.aik the lead at t.rtinr .j i. . L.?.
the middle of the second mile, Wl.en Rudolph
paswd her with the uiinost case, and cameoi P.t
the end if the fourth mile mora u. .t.-.. a
yards ahead, completely distaRoing hia enmoeti
i.,arrd thus deciding the eonieatThe he w.i
T X?lMU 58 ro"as- "Jpfc. "utwi.h
... -.wuiupiiaiieu ine oistance in a
I SSI I a. a. t
fTk.u..k V....L L L . mm.
.Annnvaj oratpn lennessee tha
latter.we are sure, w ill not "slay beaten " Thi
ownernt RiMlclph has been off. , md 15,Uf)0 f.,r
him. which bemused. He ortg.n.lly C
one hundred and fifty dollars ' '
,.FOR SALE, THIS OFfJCE
. 0aHiK, Sept. 1,?
From Tri"M-Wk h"e this utotnent learned
by an arrjvat Iwm Galvesinn Texas, l fllr
ina inforiuati. froiw that an'trter. f ,Th election
ihere baa resorted in the eleva.ton of Uoust.in to V
the Presidency, and Lam ir loihe Vice rreat-
oency. Atiother'siteinpf,' which proved onsuo
eeeafiil, hat bee rnadby Sp?mrif Ihe name
of Payes. lu ruacua.Jiauu Anna. Upon being
examined, he stated th.it he was, employed fur
ihe purpose by the Mexicsn Cnnsdl of this city ;
ibis,1 Iwwver, is doubtless void ol all utiuua
Tha armed Texian anh'. Terrible had taken
fJLHf!M! .vbiclt wM wwt in lor
The Texian army, lwui 3000 strong, ba.1 rn
moved thnin encsmnment to the Garctie neat
Matagorda Bay. .
Nacoodochis ( 1'exa,) An 29,
Proclamation from Gen. Sam I Houston to the
citizeru of Tcxut :
-.,- - i
r rom reports which have reaohod me, I am
induced to believe that our situation is iinsal ' ;
soma Cherokee with the native Casiillnvis.havfl
retorted lo the Cherokee villain from Maiumn
ras.and say that the Indians nn the Prairie and
a Mexican force are about lu aitack this poiiinn
of Texas. The counties of San Angostine, Sa
nine, lanahaw and Ueval. as well as Nounirdii-
ches, will forthwith oruainse the inilnia of each
county. The following lequisittons are made to
sustain the United Staten lorce at thi place, mi
ul reinforcements can arrive at this place from
Gen. Games, viz :
Sixty -Mir from 8n A gustine, fifty six frum
lanahaw. filly six fr:tn Snoiue and thirtv.ilir.xi
fruin, Beval,k,Jrbfc iroous will repair tu thisi place
won iite. reast prnwiDle tf. lay, aiu! rennrl to the
commanding general aa aeon they srriva
Tins call ia made rhnnrgh the JiK'gea of tha
several eounties. and must be rairarded as the law
f the land, the troops will only be detained a
few days, so soon m Gen. Gaines can tend rein-
foreementa to thia place, they will be tfischar-
Let arms ami ammnnition be brought ; at least
one handle J rounds are reij nested. Th oin-
manoer in eniet will bo with tha freemen of
I exaa. If they have to meet sn enemv all th.
men of Texas must have their arms in order lo
have liberty, we mtMt be watchful.
S. ..I. HOUSTON; com. in chief.
LATLST FROJM FLORIDA.
Cfcrrfctfo Sept. 23.
Br the arrival at lhu Do1 vnnliilili tf ika
chiwirr Moinm. Capt. Willy, we are mil in
piamemion ur tne JseKsonviita Courier untie 22d
, : a. a. ai . . 7 .
inat.oniainiiig ihe loll owing accuont of a battle
lougm whd the ladiana sear iMewnansville ..
ANOTHER BA ITTK. '
- We have been favored with the perusal of' a
letter, dated Fort Gillilatid. Sept. 18th, contain
ng tbo subs anee uf a report to the Cominmder
m chMofa battle with the Indians, fought on
the 19th instant, near Newnansvttle.
On Sunday evening, the I7ih, the Indians
CAine within a mile ol that Fort and ca pi nred a
carl and fired on three whites and two negroes.
As ii wss too late and rainy lu make a success
ful attack that night, spies were sent tudieeovsr
he iusiiionU ihe Indians They are posted
a ibe neighborhood of San Felaimu hammock.
Sunday morning1 Col. Warren marched out to
u'ive battle with" 130 mounted men. being de
ach neut iron Capi. Walker's. Ward's, snd
barriKHi's oompioi-ra, with 25 mm noder Cap
!in Bnikhaiu. Who, their time ..f ser ice having
et;Hrd. . lu ilrtered tor tfis special purnwe. and
y-pv D. I) Tnnpk bh.IsI R g. U S. Artillery,
wuh a 24 p Hinder- m,i i r an 1 45 of his men.
I be advance waa in three colomns the riht
under Col. arren. the left under Lieul. liol.
lilia.and the centre, under Capt. Tompkins
When within three fourrisf a mile uf th hat
mock. they met the Indians, and the batiln hu
meticed along the right wing and centre.
The Indians attempted t-i tarn the left fluik.
hut were charged with spirit by that wing and
driven into a thick oak scrub, thence iuto the
uorder of the hammock, where theanillerv play
-d on iheu with ounaiderible effect.
l'hen they attempted lo turn the right flank,
but were driven. If by that wing, and into range
again of the Artillery, which opened upon them
with " great effect. 1'he Indians made deeper He
attempts io maintain their pieition. They charg
ed timet mi the Arttlliry. I'hey were beaten . ff
at all points, and driven a mile knd a half into a
denao hammock where they could not be pursued
with ad yanUge.-Thaoti.Hi Jiiied ine hour and
a half one hour nf whirh n.n. k.
nesvy on ine wbole line. Their force was esti.
mated ai 300 men.
Indians -ere seen to fall hePire the fire of the
Artillery ,t parlicttlnrhj on the lc1 Several per
sons rep.1 thai they saw a mounted Imfian (from
-ei-.-iitr giving orders and a Chief tall
ociiretne nreol the Artillery. Adjt Gilliland
rati Mil lei lhal kak mm . I s- as
. B larift) ,emw mounted in
front of the right, and from his recollection of his
person minx he was Jumper. Adjutant G. or
dered a platoon fired at him, snd several asaert
that he fell. No Indians were found dead but
from the traces of blond 'many must have been
siueo ana wouuded.
-- .--...u.0 r.,,LB BATTLE IhlS fflUSt
nave oeei ; nUht one hour and a half in three di
pla. it4r an the time and
I t. aa 1 "
ftaaasaa ' lK ' ' . a """
near it an ye nation -draw a Lille nWti
psEADr trt O ibe military glories of the Ad-
ED C. Wat.
10,000 Dollars for 4 Dollars!
The Ut h tings ot the
To be drawn n the fimular Tennmatingri:
A a are m
m urettuboro', on Saturday ,29th Oct
Prise of V
10.000 dollars, -
. 3,000 dollsrs,
f onn j..ii .
6 Priaea uf
If priiee of tirjn. tn r itnH . v l2Trri-
200; beside, .,ra,.ya"'4'W0 " 'W' " of
ins .11 t. i AT.?""lti' mount.
rV V Dollars.
A riertifigaie lor . Mk. Jr
i. will cost onw 2ir ir; '.
ters S"?4V!Te U had Z " " iw
WHEELER & BURNS',
October 1. iW JNiiy. N. C.
' ' -
Balislmry, Oft. 15, 1830.
Wa'tci.mnn ! VVatchmnn.! what, of the nihi ?
And the Watrliiiian answered" ;"sll 's rfulit' .
ForfAe womiigcoel"lijitltAFOii White!!!
HUGH h SOX WHITE.
For lite President,
AoAimf Orricu t Dictation ! ! A
I gainst CAtcrs Nomination !! Against
rERSEcuTion Fun Opinions Sake ! A'
oainst Extra vaoaivce a .id Corri ttio.n ! !
-Against Manwoiishif Abolition and
HON. JOHN GILES, of Rowan.
HON W J. ALFX ANDER. Mecklenhnrir.
JOHN M. MOREHEAD. of Guilford.
JOHN 1. LESKUR. ol Rockingham.
COL AND. MITCHELL, of Wilkes
HON. I. IJ.TOO.MER. of Cumberland.
CHARLES MANLY, of Wake.
WILLIAM W. CHERRY, of Bertie.
ALFRED WEBB, of Rutherford.
JEREMIAH PEARSALL. of Duplin.
.vy. iiiiiiiv rx.itu. ul mnklia
! Dr. JAMES H. SMITH, of Orauire.
' a a IT ww an va . .
i BMlufl I tULbM AIM , o Lenoir.
JOHN L. BAILEY, of Paaquotank.
Gen. J O. K. WILLIAMS, of Beaufort
. THE VAN BUUEN TICKET.
1 be following is ibe Van Buren Ticke
for North Carotins.
Hon. NATHANIEL MACON, of Warren
ROBERT LOVE, ol Haywood,
JOHN WILFONG.of Lincoln,
GEORGE BOWERS, of Ashe,
WILLIAM A. MORRIS, of Anson,
WILLIAM P. FEB RAND, of Onslow,
JO.IN HILU of Stvkes. .
ABMAM W, V EN ABLE, of Granville,
Wm B LOCKIlART.of Northampton,
LOUIS D. WILSON, of Edgecombe,
OWEN HOLMES, of New Ha nover.
ARCHIBALD HENDERSON, of Rowan,
HENRY SKINNER, of Perquimona,
JOSIAH O WATSON, of Johnston.
JONATHAN PARKER, of Guilford.
THE SALISBURY INTERNAL IM
PROVEMENT CONVENTION. -SUCCESSFUL
BEYOND ALL CALCU
LATIOV. This body assenHded in the Presbyteri
an Church, in the town of Salisbury, on
10th of October, and continued in Session
for three days. BARTLETT SHIPP,
fc-q., of Lincoln, was chosen President,
ami JAMES R. DODGE, and WARREN
WINSLOW, Esq'rs. were appointed Sec
retaries. Delegate were in attendance
from nineteen counties, to the . number o(
131. V It included as much business talent
and sound practical aeitse, as we have ev
er seen collected together. There Was
lio ittempt at bra7ory o
sensible discussion, and many sound sta
tistical views were taken of the various
matters submitted. The members seemed
to have come together, with the fixed pur
pose of preparing to act : and the impres
sum maue, we think, is moat favorshl.
to the hopes of the friends, of Internal W
provemenl the success of the proposition
tin rnMAmmAnJ .1 ' ' . 1
" "u ",0 ",re nith and two
fifths principle for the adoption of the Leg.
without the least halting or hesitation, one
nunareu wa thirty amonir the i
aubstanlial and respectable gentlemen of 10
counties, selected from aU politicar parties
of the Stole, gave the proposition a full 0O.
...y m victory out a most auaniciAi.-j
glot ious one,
v " copy the other resolution.
th-v f 7k-m.i..
; """"-"r norery .trong, bnt
,n annexion wuh Die reaolotio
ot immeotately under the charter "granted
... .ci-o, .or a Koad from payeWefiIe
"mmiipi thertarrpws,they too are
encuuragmg. Ii W1 K-
that books ar tK. J--
r .u - . m a snort time
lor the tuhscriminn r . .
Charter wh.eh fw , . . ,
T--r"" aiuca unit.. .1...
. una as need ha . i.t. ..
.-wm wo,- mat he was
with 11.. fc...:Vo.-. " w aineu
Ufa. - - . 1. . .
work and the
pronublenes. ,.r .u. o. . . .
tab f 1.0 1 . vi "'" ne Would I
" w v. .n mftawtr k.e m a .
.1 extent (Ve Wirat he ftrterJ
Hid. in pmite co:er?Mlhat h,l
take aiock to the amounfof $20 onn
. " . Ml rn.. .. I
um.- We learn also Tlfal . 1
Lwalrf,ieiiineri;iiriu, vl . 1
to inrgeiy to inn i'cn)lion.i fn ,
confidence is atf last hegun to be fe( '
ly in an enterprise that will do','
r.r tliis ricii stiil almodunt country, v
slioulJ never get aiiVfuriher.it
JidMe cnieireiiieiii."Biit as Afi" ,,
said in hie remarks to the eiitewj .
might as well try to atop . '
ivrur nun oiv eniipie CliCrgJ 0f a
arm, as to arrest me progress oi interi
iiiiprovcineiH wuen it had once been W
Whether it will be best to extend
hi ine uirection of the Catawba
Wilkefthoionir'i or in k:..t. . '
" """ are rajd
wiiurn win iiavelo ho provi(letl lor h,
,.f".l. . '
niiiiiniuirui im uio irc8ent ciiarit'f, v
can do doubt be readily had: and bt
litre llin U'ork alisll . .1
. ins arr(1
those interested will be best able to dtj
runic as to its furiher direction. Jon,
whole the result is most cheering : u,
tjs, who have had our heart set unn
, subject, the most delighted dav of UJ
tonal life. We rejoice, we bimud
hope, and we bow down with grautui.
the giver or all good gifts, that light
last breaking upon us. .
. n t artt
five be appointed, whose duty it lui
to i!raw up a niriuorial lo the 1 rxt L,
laltire rei oiniiiending the experiieiirr
necessity of adopting some general
for the equitable distribution of ourrJ
.: . .r .i ... . ii
uon oi ine surplus revenue to bt rtra
ed from the General Government fort
ol internal improvement.
i . - .,
2d. Bt ii fitrlhtr re$oh4, Th
Convention doth recommend the ador
ol thia principle, namely : that whfJ
any eoniatiy incorporated for the pJ
oi internal improvement, shall hart ,
scribed de paid, or secured lo be paid;
of its stock, lhal the Slate shtlU
pledged to a subscription for the rn
3d. Jttiolied, That in the oninm
this Con veniion, the interests of aid
wealthy and populous portion of thtSj
ol INorth Laroliua, require the ipJ
coiistruetion of a Rail Road from the J
of Fayette ville lo some point on the V
in uiver, almve the Narrows, and taf
by two hraucheg, the one running dual
i" me town oi w ilkeaborougb, ths
running aceross the Taller of the Cati
River, ao as to intersect like Charleitn;
Cincinnati Rail Koad at the most ild
ROWAN SUPERIOR COUHT.
1 eiminates iu sestuon ibta day, H i H
'"" i'ii presided. J he most mpni
trial was that f Hwnry Swink, fir the aJf
hia wife, on which ibe Jury waa divided!
eral days, snd Continue to bang nutil lbs
olr piper giiinf 'ta'presa-;--- -
Our Town in consequence of the Court
Cm vent ion, has been more thronged villi
cent strangers than we ever remember u a
itj- We will give the proceedinn i
vi ai large in our next paper.
expect also to publish them in pamphlet W
The Editor's attentioo hss been so mwk
ached from bis desk by tha business of d
vention and the Court, that he has '
woe political viewa which be would bind
ly laid belure the public : particularly I
no,5" "' itntarkable humbug, last b
issued fjfJhe Standard press per or Jrf'
Van Buren Committee. We call upon
low citituns however, lo read this prodw-iw,)
Ui observe the trick it evinces to smuggl
favorites, iittU Van Dick Johnson intotJ
under other men's merits, snd by theaidof
altstie words. We are forciblrremindd fbf
effort of one of Hogarth's whims, which tJ
group together a number of animals ol
species, in such a manner as to make "lbs H
tne belong to another of a oifferenl ordei,
tne .ion s head at firat view aeemcd tobM
me Goal : I he Bull's to , Md &
gls's to the Goose.
Several State elections lake place abort
time: ? have heard of none very """
except Marylapd, where the Whigs W
adid attdden and violent re-sciw
' 1 Gromou, the Whig eauae in 17 wui'
heard Irom ia about 3000 a head, ne H
.an ue made with ssti.Cu.n.u. .m.ll i
turn t we goess however: "wiih .m eonll4
"wswa waa saw
mm theexeuaes bno
spoils press, that they are anna I led bv tbS
,! I'trntSTLVAsu, the Vaoniiee are cr-
'henisslves into fits at thi result of the !
for inspectors, which ihev claim aa havin
ror ihems to this the New York Expre
looe the la w requiring votes to be regH
these clseUoea antount to nothing j It id
Iw otiny tMsjga of a local nature are oit1
together in this election, that it will do a
indication that ths State will bo for Via H
f bwld Wa' friends triumph in wwu4
JESSE WILSON. Esa.'.a diu'n
t we regret to iajr, ie no more t W
in efery sense a gentleman and i n"
Wenta to the Whiir DarivJ he w li
one id i
I em red
re in i
f ihe 1
J i reeled
'ij ial in
Ven . I.
JT has lo
Huns of i
pen it g
'bis of ou
puubt be ii
1 he or
,' look t
f es to M
I....'. T-tf.WJL: ..M
a x ine more io, that wercMfld