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? Ttc Shartrti Passaic Across tic Atlantic; l
" The 'Atlantic 'steamed Cambbia arrived at
.. t-r "' ' : I 1 J..
jLosion,oa tvccncsuay crcnin, uavwgumuw
the passage from Lirerpool to Halifax in abpiit
nine days, and to Boston in eleven days sinl
nine-' hours the shortest passage , on record.4-
hl : i Wo giro a hasty summary of her intelligence;?
! ' I i : The demand for coltooJ;ad been large, thp
''spinners keeping themselves,, well snpplied-f-I
. ; partly on account rf the low price of the 'staple,
J ; and partly induced hy ilrcf promising & tate of bu-
i i siness in the manufacturing districts, ; ": i
For export, too, there Lad been great ,de-
mam) nnA nnr? l Re 4nflaence of these-rnrrt-'
' Lined causes, Jare as "the stock on hand ivas;
American (cottons had advanced per poOnch
Tha total sales of theveck preceding the 18th
rim 72.G00 batTS. f of which snpntdalnra trnlf a
largo am'ounfl f In the Havre market, too. therM
got s.. were thrown.- A great tumult now arose,
ami it was known afterward that it aroao from
a discussion whether them jshould bo a surren
der or not. : Ths party opposed to surrender
carried their point,-and a. few of the minority
made their escaDe ;. - ' " . 'T
? 4 Colonel Pelhsierr wishing to spare the lives
of those who remained in. the cavern, sent some
Arabs to exhort them to surrender.. - They re
fused, and some women, who did not partake of
the "savage fanaticism of the maioritv. aftpmnf J
, C7 .- - - a J ' 1
ed to nr. but fhpir husband.? and relation fir&A
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t ' From the Petersburg intellfgencer
Col. Johnson, lccumseh Una Mai. Fig?.
-The great unknoU'D is Jikely4o become
known.? -The mdn Avho killed :Tecumseh,
it appears, was riot Colonel Johnson .;. the
Colonel has been jtradihg orj borrowed cap:
ital. When, history hereafter, shall Ve
cord the ham5 of th$ herowhoLdid this
feati)f- fame shelwill write bpori lier en
during page the name of Figg i rn ' v..
The reveiaiioa nas nappened thus :-
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-""-'v '' S - "I ," ' " . ... - . : :; ' . ' ' ' ' .-" ' " ' ' i
; ; :1 FROM TEXAS; i': ginj cf nooo,Vnder a tarlfThVof fabf (0mV tenxcrrow xvtenktev coh -1 '
The Washington Union of Wednesday j V'hich was repealed in 1837. .This law was majority at this box. was 159 'I' h
night, contains official despatches receiv- enrced aSainst no other merchants, and in the ' , . J j ! N
ed by special messenger from-Maj. Do Process against Parrott ds Co., a military force J ; , fn AJe.
elson,in which;are,included'theauthenti- was. employed, andjhe members of the 1 firm a . DAVIE COIIKTV ' i -
1 I had been kan advance in prico.'
- ' The i 'American v nrovisiori market '
fa light sJocUs iiimt daily arrivals were looked
V which would stimulate somewhat this branch?
.1 . ' . . . ... . ' ' ': . . . 'I
,- 1 , t r-- - 1 t . i rpi.
xuajiyraom waicn mey uaaineraseives resolved r - . - i , - ; - . ,
toEufier,, Col. Pelissier then suspended the Mojor Lewis.Fig is a candidate ' before
inrowing oi.ine Durning jaggois, and sent a the people ; ne wisbes to. D6 popular -to
French officer. to hold a parley with ihe'Ou!d -j !.nt- J vuu '. -m
Jliahs, but his messenger was received with a : - " s.. . - :T
discharge of fire-arms, and could not-oerfora cumseh he was;jiot;a public man ; bis
d documents.relativc to the proceed- -o'"er. ; toere was
ffhi. TpTnntvpntirtn.Wo k' an attempt to take the same steps towards the
, . : , - . . 1 House of JuotL T albott A: Col's Imt nna nrtkn
n 1 vs? -' i ' 1 -. 'r, 1 ixiiazauan; but all diplomatic intercourse be-
Donelson, he replies ,as follows -2fcfc. ,.vePn n.uv.', wr . . t--.
I '.- : t Li t - I , UUU iUCAllU UtlVIIJll (.CUSCUt
-dlfCr7Jl. . - . - " ; k "1.1 1 -.
if r Iron, it isf stated,-has jroved a disastrous ari
," '! tide for speculuUon, every description ofraanui
L- factored iron having been reduced 20 per centii
t 1 "
r naving a uopo ot otherwise, subduing , . ..r ... - , "7 .7"" "
rannlioa "win" fcjV' ' I f the Credit Oi haVir?r dlSnn.tf:hfrt tht Tnrllan
of rPVnlt in tflP PnnnlH7 ttia flu nroo Miianriul t Wnir!nr xtrllk ft-ktc' TAlTion (t'i I 1 il '
and rendered intense. -' Durinir this time, the kA T?; "' -T.; : u : :
Cries of the unhaDDV wretches "was dreadful. . too t ? - i : "
andltben nothing was heard but the ckckling. ca,aate lor Poplar lavor, . an even(
of tbe.fairirots.',' TM nilfinne noke volnmpf KWhidl he thought ;notHkelvltrt riann'n.
and the tendency, was still do wn ward. v.'i.:..-,i
'1 '-- Ice Drice cfvAmefiean stocks-was' lotikinori
J' ' 110. - Tholeterrnination of the Pennrlranlfln
to redeem their credit had : produced this , imJ
proved feeling, which exists in Paris as wclla4
in London, v . . . ' j
''Money in the British metroDolis was nleiitiJ
ful.'and the rate of discount low! 1 ' ' . !
( i ' Parliament, was drawing to a close, and will
,1 no prorogued probacy on the 5th or, 6Ui -Au
, i Ttf oco iiuiuui'T oi oariicumr Juieresi Ji
; 1 ifleir proceeatngsf
I he troops entered and found five hundred dead the aforesaid cbnteyanee sholild be null
S About one hundred and h(tyf who still and void; and the right. and title as afore-
oreatned.'Were hrntirht into the fi-psh oir Ki.t 1 . . .- i. .. . . ",V.
portion of them died afterward." : ; . yt A - should revert to tfie.grantor, as though
me same uaa never Deen rransierred Col.
jonnson accepted! on thescterms ; the ere
dit became capital ; he wore a red vest
TRIBUTE TO TRUE MERIT, f ,
f.:A large nomber of theTriefl'da"'i;IMVnofl
I Order in Providence ljarefunTtcd ih" presenting and was made Vice President .of the IJnU
I o tne Editprr of the Providence; Journal a ser- ted States ;Let!the '! correkpotidence of
ihf f lPPi?" r thesd ilfustrious personages Jelf the rest of
h bid services during the conflicts which have a v ' f u -
tated that State during the Jast two or-three tfte storv- j i , v -,-.
j j Mr. John FiennesCrampton, late Secretary
Aon Arirwilrtf nf
?f O 1 w. v. VM
! secretary oi me miusiiXiCgation in tno U nited
1 States. 4: '-.'.r ?-. - svV ;
i Mr. Fitzrov Kellpy baa beenappointed SoliJ
bitor Genera!, to i)H the, vacahev -.caused' hvihd
1fcJ promotion of Sir FrThesigerrtd.the Attorney!
;( i Generalship. ? ru.-.--. f
I j'ine urange processions of the 112th of J uly
in Ireland had been: attended 'by riots: in one
, . 'aiii.u( a!, virujuga, resuiiuig in mo loss ot one
', life and tbo wounding of several persons. ; The
(Itirerpool News Letter sav j'-r w
j It appears from all accounts? and even from
the admission of Mr.O'Connell, that in the ac
tuai coll ision the Orangemen onlv arind a alt
j i men, tinder the circumstances; would have done,
j j The conduct of, iho Roman Catholicsrin being
i such as to disentitle them to. any support or
r sympathy from the Repealers.-, .
ui wieuisasieraune uayot islands,
,in New Zealand, had been leceivedin Encland
and caused much sensation. 1
j ; Most distressing accounts , Had a
ceiycd from theCape of Good Hope There
i ; -"",,u "'"M'ft .. ueiween mo unquas.
) OrJjastard hativt-s, and. the immigrant Boers,
i andat the latest dates (April 24) a collision be
I tween the forces and subjects of Great Britain
;was Mhejmost probable of impending contin.
renclcs."- ' ' !r ' ; . ' . . . -' .... . .
j ( , The Paris dates are to the 16th of Jul v; the
great, topic of interest having been thejesoit
uesuon,. .Alter MrTkiers' famous aDDeal to
mil tha : c -T-J!;- a
years. The plate is of-Dure silveranVl i-inticfa 1 Maior Biss writes to' Col
of an oblons 'Waiter of twentv.twrtUnhkia s t th nnVcainr.Knmn l c '
Jength and sixteen inches in w dth; with a heavy inr if ba4 hJo t r
Embossed, border and handles,. and a rSlv Jor' hap become necessary for me to
- 1 II I ff-f- III If IV'VIIII I t 3 T JTVA a . -
uvivie mc j cupic xor OlUCe.
I opine that I shall need all the external
aid I can. get. .1 am therefore compelled
to ask your permission to mafee? public the
true secret of the Jeath of Tepumseh, and
the slayer thereof. I hope this will put
youq no public inconvenience,'
.To this friendly jand considerate epistle
uoi. j onnson replies. Here is his letter :
Great Crossings, June C, 1845.
MyDcar Figgz Your note of the 1st
iwrpught engraved shield in the cent re. cnntnln.
fug the arras of the State,with the following in-
jscription': " ' - v '.:,",v- .-
i.i i ti-Uv v:-,i- "t- ij ?.-x. :.';f--i -J
j ; II E N R YiB R OWN A NT H ON Y,
' - EDITOR OK TUB
I .. Presented by. w .
tf CITIZENS OF RHODE ISLAN6r "
.... . , ,t s - - TOTESTIFY "; -",. '
2'A','f t'thnation of tKe valuable services rendered .
it I fc that paper Jo the came of 1- j ... -.
-L A.W AND ORDRR : -
. Legatiox of tue United States, : vernmcnu but simDlv i-altpd i ih p,i, rw
. K- 1 1 witness tho treatment he had received,
! vJ Austin. Texas. Jul v C.1845
4 i Sir The undersigned, ' charge ; (d'af-J and drew up a protest against it.
laijrcs ui tue u. o. nas me nonor, 10 ac-
of Texas; acceDtinir the nronosals. condi. I ' SALISBURY, No. Ca., august.9, 1845
tions arid guarantees contained in the first
u. AuBU. , trt-uon agamsi tne uovernment msf. was received by me this1 morning I
t . ' 0-p T JteP to repi After declaring in all
' ' RHODE ISLAND, 1 : 1 sincerity my delight at hearing once more
. A. D. IRIS . . -v. ,.: -r rrnm.mir i.l r ...
. . -rr" 5 u; iu iciiuj miu messmate, l wui
;A pair of Pitchers of eleven inches in height. aA I well - remember thn
thrichlv embossed hnHt.nnrt KAorln f nf thnf ovAtAil'U : 1 ...1 ul rri - .
, ". .. - "."--r-"v,u"!s ,uc r wtf-y ,uu wmcii lecumsen
ium.iiuu(;u f ana six vipoieis ot eiht inch, was s ain. Waw ti 1 v 1
3 in height. 'The foot cf each of iRp Pitnh-1 tr.A;An ru- - a j 1
i.jr u r i i i . . . vuuuiuaio iui uuuuu omce, ana navmsr re-
tenr b' "Ch Arabes!ue tircd. the shSdesiof privkte f life;i have
! ' .""y : , . no cause to rpgret j-our makitig known to
ll-. .... ; ...... ...... . . ..''. ; tKa -nnKKn ' TT1 : II. -1 n - .
U lAe.l rife- of -Three HiixhnnJ .n.-A nri- . .
Ifei ' r v-f- fiP Sir John; the rWVm of it has done 4r me, and
w..v. . .uum vul'. uueu i rsr. i itin nnw vvunnnr th irn .k.i.i n
: 1 . u ' - . i - T 'inin tut v uu auuuiu yea. II a 1 1
Widow ,was only seventeen, bpantifil AnA thn AfA uu.z:, i 1 , ,
tfich. v She was courted hv hi-iKMA W k f ,b
fe&fffeS!S ru,4 b Ple-d ti, see yon GrTa"
i! . . - - " " 'u'uuj uuucai iu ii .1 pi.vj "im .wn,'. 11 luiaiu-'iii'.rvRV .nrhr pnccinrHi . x i . b . w
S Rome to persuade the Pnrmfn rAf.li tA t..:. siu- l a. . 1 ,.uclw..een inem,. - -AVith this Dermissinn ibno r.k.Li
Buctureaienea ner everlasting disnlen.?nr w nr ;- V , "r - v fe1"
to the first that should be the S2o ftkW0?r aP' See columns of the
.Iv-hicb as she had declared direcSSeL' MSiKH8 '? that
ther, balanced tbeirlhones ainsrrh ' F'8s' Al reiiOy and truly give a last
vould keebfhnelS fih5 ,;We beheye that 0ol. JohnsoWdid never
She Would 'have ' them K ' :' .! 2,c,ua,'y ?U"P T clare that he killed
nuua aim uarttuiees cuiuaineu in me nrst ' - - - i - . - . . r-tr
and second sections of the joint resolution ONE HUNDRED GUNS FOR OLD
admission of Texas as-a state of the Un- . " i !15
1, This ordinance shall beimmediatelv for- k
Wn frlorl Kit a cna.!l ...i.. 4 A .t, T.. I -
sidentof the U. States, who will receive ': t&fiSffifl :
it with the. eratification itsdiVnf ivnil imJl ' ' ' v " Ibr
Dortance are so well ca!ctilotf1 tnnrnttn.A nf ) Vv A "IV Vf 9
in every patriotic heart. Texas has thus r .
manifested ;tbtheHv6rldvith'a-n'rianirn;fc THE GOLIAir of At hni?Vv-vnpwnn.
tv unparniieieu in ine aisposition ot a de- 1 RACY BEATEN 1 ! "
oarea political question, her preference of llOmafifnrFinVI.i. u;
an assdciation vvith the.renublinanfftfntc son Pii,.,. uu W1- or
vw.Mris uC, at union, over ait the With feelings almost inexpressible' we
advantages, real or ima? nn pi? ht ? 'VAtssiuie, we
held out to her as a sZn l" Se ourselves down to mform the Whigs
With a discrimination quickened hv h ot !he Uld orthbtate and of the United
contact with foreign influences, she ha States, that the Whigs of old Rowan have
learned in the battle fields, and in hr ril iust achieved one of the rreatfist VIm;
i - V " . : - o- -viuitw
vu experience, me necessity ot union a- f ever achieved bv them nn anV (nrm.
fflnnrr r,o ,rt T J" -. j . " - ' ""J -vvi vv
untarv airreeir to Zr i ney nave-given tlie, gallant
ter as a sovereign member of the Ampri. r1"1 a majority ot 110, and that
-: Nobly have the WhiL, e
tainrd the Whig cause Nobly?
given the Locofoco party to and
that she is not ; to i hj . m13
rr .r III tier
intolhe support of rhen and me ! 1
so entirely at variance with her irT
The prosperity of Kew York rT?1
ton and Boston," and of th. ,.arl
xavie, gallantly lrave vnn
; .PRECINCT RETURNS opt
; PRECINCTS, a
CAetkrie't," ' '
i ; -V t .
irom prance, and. thu .sare the Government
Mnuua i iiemg rouged to expel therri.
in this M. Rossi Succeeded - nriH 1l th',-
,; mumties are to be . Wokeh up, the greater per
i t'on of tbem ordered fo leave the kingdom, and
: iiieir nouses and nrccertv AisnnA r v.ti..
; considered a grcaf '.triumph jver theUeliViouS'
The session of the two Chambers was con
Lsulercd virtually at an end. r : ;j - '
' There aDDears tn li nn 1r.i.i un r ' t
overnrneut;ha3;succeeded;in getting the-Em.
w t-"uvMi iw rumjr me treaty entered
jinto between his Commissioners and General
j pelarne, although in the first instance he utter,
j Jy repudiated the treatv. atid ..cJ u.:r'
irnissionerstobo bastinadoed for exceedintheir
liusirucuons.. 1 . -
a;date from.Switierland are to the 1 1th
: ot JuIyvThe,.DieUwas in session atZiiricb,
1 ufi uecn openea with a speech recommend.
Ins Peaco and union.. . No motion ordiscussion
j ot importance had yet been'inade'J 7 '
!f pince :,Mctternich, Minister ofVAustria! has
I Srin11 XW he Austrian Ambas;
j taddr, speaking in terms of huih gratification
J Jesuits m the late strule. -t , -l
1 he canton ftom which DKStifger. made his
i escape demanded that he should beelivered
; "P, but Jho other cantons refused -Several can.
tons have conferifrf im kr. V:: , n
. i ,j ' , , . "rw-" uicir irceaomi
She would have them all in their turns,
." "oumriv enougn, aia liappen.
J The Fate ofKiiffs:StnLnid
cords of the Roman Empire, fromhereiffti f
rr itiuuius ii, a period ot six t v
fi . ' "J. . uwicicu umi lourteen Ucesars had
reigned in succession, every one of whom was
veras, ten met
i i . !l ' and thflrft
i - a ( " "a w L'cuiDir i n ciika.;..i
I; S I on hi,, behalf Kk. r .Z -' " f '
t ho small towns around Barcelona had been
V 1 SAn!i? liW "here
- : a" SSf SJ w"e la,
: I UU "'i i' Utf place of
. I bero bs ,ust occtirredinlhe nnl,..,
Of the nineteen that preceded Se
let with violent 1rlpaih " a4 Vr
)YCU'T loai tiioxved Claudius, to . the divi.
fltn f-; th? emPirC ; Period of little moret ban
t hundred years, all died either br suicidnnf.
wn orassassmation.? There? were ?sixtyur
Emperors afir Julius Cjesar, forty.five of them
were monsters of crime and inlquftj-Whattf
comment upon the danger of-possessing nnti
r-w.'. inuai iv lesson. to ambition M
I; ?ir :;;-:?bce i p Ts-; - -
" ? J J 'ron? e Universal Receipt Book.!
nomy occunies a prnr voif.. r
S i t ' ' d-""" .until Ui iilllClPS
v" -orumuiy necessary to the con
venience of 'iamiliesK is i&evalSt
practice to make use pf brass utensils
to give:p,ckles ae c6IorHis ViSs!
' thwart, bofciM-.w:ir.0!"'??PIIfl9cti
rault have '-Cl'. Admi-
. I h panning xhTry
! ' i .f.i.,j,?..j -.-ried..I hs' S'ho haveever
" Aticrhavin. c.....; , .. ,c r- r
1 -ofs were liSl ernsome
troops Lcfi,ra .he Vi'Kfp
that the I-rcocb liad the Sower' If P ,ATaD?
xbn,l throw in lettersofleVbt vr
iind iihenv if thev xvcuhfsurrHiS Ji J 1,fc
- - v u:ir anna
and their horses.
j j "At first they refused, but subsequently (her
f tcrvMcJ 'that -they votilj consent if the PrPn,(
roops wou.'d withdraw. ; The con d
1'ossidi'rcd laadmissible, anc
and niOrc b
ted for sound' keeninW? Prt.i-- . ,1v
Tver bV handled wUhnbut' wHh a
ttoodea gpooa. kept loathe puVpose!)t
tsoaps are never tn s hi .
nvedrop of. water -W
and are.never to boU. bris!; .They are
P be ops over the fire, simmering; rather
S ft " hPw th a good lump of
OUtter. Thn horKo 4 i .
l: ii- , :V w -'iu 1,ulls?ueins:-cut
small, are laid on the meat. Ilr is?the
covered close, and set on a very slow fire,
his draws out all the virtue of the roots
anaVherbs and turns; out. a good gravy,
yith ane flavor, not -what it would be if
f Pa.l-i at fifst;T-Wheri the gm:
Mater.and .wlienn begins to boil take off
IS ' r J buimmer it till
cpoked. ; Beef quick boiled is thereby bar-dened:-simmer
or slowly, boil, it. Weal
mid poultry are.to -be .dusted with flodr
ifoverand boil as slow as possible; sktm-
SiCT Clea-' 11 the wors f.
fault, to iK)il any . meat last. leaking
iaiiinsf oi the crusf. w . vA . . e..
J: c- Pickett. Esa..Iate CharP ,V A ni L J
ert. pv, rVr: v rr11 'Wi-UD-
. i 't Lilt , iv ricciort nr,i i . w 1 i
ition was the i! .T'v.u "r"1 or t
. r-- U,Vtt": -uoa, arrived nt::jVew-VnVlr
w ."1 -"veuiy;irom Havana, In
lecumseh : but heinRVPr'sniMirkuKii.r
least, that he did not. ' The ' reputation' of
the act he wore ver' quietly ahd used suc
ly. The geterouslFigb remained
discreetly silent nt...being ainbitious
But the love of glorv at length has fasten
ed upon, his heart j he now claims his
: Wg understand tljaUbe Bardsiown Ga
zette containing the Whole matter has been
issued in numerous extra copies for the
benefit of debating societies before which
the question may come Whd killed Te
cumseh ?. .. ' K . ; rr- j- v '
We have failed ti publish, before, an
account of the arrest, in the western part
of Virginia, of thred characters who are
.charged with aiding r negroes to escaDe
- Virginia-It appears that three men
iiauieuuarner, i notaas,and loraine, were
pfl negroes belonging '.'Ctb? the! eitizensf olf
odCunty, intotbe State f Ohipr but
.-..uimicij, iuc uwiiuns oi ine slaves got
wind of the schemes of these abolitionists.
and hadjthem arrested, in the; act of car
rymg their calculations into practice. The
ing in regard to thiJ mhWrr iin vV ein.
... , - y V 1 V WWW
c?rW hope the violators of tbe laws mav
be made to suffer tlie perialtyt consequent
The trial of GarhrThAmi T
raine,' confined in mil bro -nn!-!.1 th
charge of aiding the Escape of slaves, from
this countv and comVnnnwooiik 11ii.vi
on last Fndav. m the; nrpn;r
siderable assemblage of persons from the
country on tnis ana itie other, side of the
Ohio iverZ"Messr)f., Stringerand Speh
cer.of,tbis "place appeared for the prison
ers ; and of the t wo centl
roiS;:anetta, who attended?ibr the pur.
pose of assisting in the in the dffpnP. tb
prisoners accentpd Wn fi. Wt,; ?c0,. .
constituting togetheVd very able and faith-
fill nrt7 r no ipa. L t ' ' '.'' n v
r r- . " auiuuiea on an siues
at the'close of the trinl T v. K.ar,An
MWjg;Jh JacKsor th?0torney loathe
Commonwealth in the conntv. iHa nrns
cution vas conducted with a bJo-h degree
Jpness and ability, byiP Gtan Win?
f5ivv.i mis; place. ; The result was
:he remandinsr ofihpl nrisnna i f.WS
"aUo the Circuit Superior Court, on the
can confederacy, she has paid a tribute to
the cause of popular government, which
will command thcadmiration of the world.
I From the date of this ordinance, Tex
as vill have acquired a right to the pro
tection of the U. States ; and the under
signed is happy to inform you that the Pre
sident of the United States has taken steps
to afford this protection in the most effec
Hyt? manner against future Mexican and
1 That the deliberations of the conven
tion, thus far distinguished by calmness
Prudence; may produce a constitution
for Texas, as perfect as her trial in tK
achievement of her independence and lib
er uave Deen great and triumphant, is
the sincere hope of both th
a,nd the people of the United States ; to
uie expression which, the undersigned begs
leave to add the satisfaoti nn wifh wtiiK
he subscribes himself, with sentiments of
great regard lor yourself, and thehonora
bie body over which you preside, your ve
ry obedient servant,
J TT m a: j; DONELSON.
; To Hon. Tnos. J. Rusk.
Resolution relative to the introduction of
' the U. States forces into Texas.
iBe it resolved by the deputies of the Peo
ple in Convention assembled, That theJPre
sident of the United States of America is
hereby authorized and requested to occu
py and establish posts without delay upon
the frontier and exposed positions of this
Republic, and to introduce, for such pur
posej and defence of the territory and peo
ple of Texas, such forces as may be ne-
cpasury anu aavisaDJe lor the same.
Adopted in convention, at the Citv f
Austin, Republic of Tp
. ,.,, . . rvw m f luti
l THOS. J. RUSK.
too, under the most disadvantageous cir
cumstances. The Whigs of Rowan have
just beaten the icheclhorse ot; Modern De
mocracy! One whom the Loco Focos
thought invincible a man who was ne
ver beaten for any office in his life but
'once before, but who has at this time, for
his shuffling from the real democracy to
that of. Locofoco Dorrite Democracy, re
cbived a most righteous rebuke, and what
is betterVit has been done by his own neigh
bors and county men men who have stood
by him on all occasions beforeT but who
valued their principlesyes principles in
stilled into them by the very man whom
they have so signally and so gloriously - re
buked for mVdesertion of those princinles.
and for attaching himself to the very par
ty , whom be once denounced in the most
unsparnng language. Never was a vie
- ,.;:;:QH I H0V MISTAKEN f
The Locofocos were bratr?m. u
tore the election that thev nWu
the BOX nf ttlis nlnnn kl ''5 ?I
200, votes, and to sustain n,1 7
their assertion made every eTort thatt
party in their desperaex could mak
to carry it by thatntimVr. But the Whb
went to work, and made such an inroad
upon the majority of praigeiwo ycin
aof as to reduce it from (57 to 211 k
were prepared,ibr thind wacould i
defeat depicted Iplainlvbn the rrtJ.
ance of the Locofdcod long before
oies were counted out -"But when tU
result was kcidvvn, we ldo not "remembct
ever to have seen them Hook so-Vo-be.
trrina PU.! .1 1 . . t 1 v. ' - . i -
fcwwv. A ucir Birung man naa been beard
ed in his den, a thing so unexpected, that
it seemed almost -impossible for them to
breathe. They maf as! well give-up the
ship in future. " i .- '
RAIN CR0P3 BBEADSTUFFsj
Our Trade tcith 7VVVvi Tn iqio- !.
f0 Dainsl c United: StatesWas" 870,953;
oo, against tne United States; 8302,446.
1844, agamst.the United States,. $401,003.
Mitest: Jas. H. Ra
becretary of the Convention.
An arrival from Mexico at N. Orleans brinrrs
date to tho3d inst. from Vera jCruz, and from
Mexico to the 28th July last. Almost the only
newd of interest is the proclamation of Her
reraj President ad intercm of Mexico, convoking
ah extra'sessrbn of Congress fbr the first of
Julyfeays the New Orleans Bee ; for the 17th,
says ithe Tropic. This extra session is con
yencjj tor consider, 1st, Constitutional Reforms
2nd, Review of the acts of the Provincial do.
vernment and 3d, Review of the two.Chami
1. . "I1 1 .' .1 -r'.. . .
uers reiauve 10 me united States and Texas.
This indicates that Mexico had not yet deter
mined what line of policy to pursue towards the
United Slates. . - ; a x
The canvass for President, whoso election
takes, place in August, Was quite animated.
Herrera seemed to bo the favorite.
"The Mexican "Government had made a new
tory more glorious 1 Never have we seen
the true " Republicans" of Rowan county
w utHguiru uuuu any occasion the vic
tory of 1840, not excepted 1 They went,
with a determination to succeed, if possi
ble, by all honorable and highminded
means : and they have the satisfaction to
know, that notwithstanding all the efforts
(and strong efforts they were) of the Lo
cofocos for their candidate, (for the Loco
focos wore well aware, that this was his
last gasp) they have gained a triumnfi
that will tell for years to come. We think
we are perfcctlu safe in savinir that Col.
- u -
Barrixger is triumphantly elected, am!
thar theJWhig Banner now floats elori-
ously over the Second District I Well
done Whigs. Here is the result : -
PRECINCT RETURNS OF
Rotcan County. v
C. C. CLERK.
S. C. CXEKC.
PRECINCTS. J 'a
Atwelfg, J: '-'-'
; O -O
On last Saturday niglit we had a nL"
delightful rain in this section, which was
followed with another On Monday, and al
though the corn crop has greatly suffered!
And must fail to at least! one-half its ordi-f
nary yield, yet the rains jon Saturday ahd
Monday, are worth thousands of dollars
to this County alonerFAj great many ilt
mcrs perhaps a majority will maici ,
Corn enough to ? do ; tbern,w economical
used. Up to Saturday the price of bread
stuffs wasjipward LupWard 1 runwardi-
Hom, and Corn-Meal, was selling at II
per bushel, with a prospect of rising cvtr
above that, f Since thenj.it has cease to
rise, and in several instances has come
down 25 Der Ct. A lot of corn an.l mraL'
fsold, on iTuesdSty --'at 71 cts: per bushii
wu tv euupsuay anoiner jot ot meat soiu
at the same nrice. and nnrn av.iV nffeni
freely. If we have good easons from 'ilia .
time- until the lastof September it ill
greatly relieve the mosrlectiv tondilioB
of rhan and beast :4 It jviil not wily hefp
vegetable, and particularly the turnipcrop.
And by the way, it would be" well that es
pecial pains bo taken to raise as large
. - - - -j : w
crops of Turnips as possible. 'i'They viD; 1
be found to be a valuab
e make-shift a
0"-Barringer's majority in Rowan over Craigein
division of the Republic into ten military De.
partments."1 The fifth compriseah'Nueva Leon,'
Coahuila,' Tatnaulipas and Texasthereby fn
ti ma ting that she still intends to provide for the
Texians as citizens of the Mexican Republic.
" I he Diario Del Gobierno announces the en.
tire peace establishment of the Mexican army
to consist of about 30,000 men, viz : 19,000
foot 6.500 cavalry 2,200 artillery, and 1,300
sappers, etc, some portion of which are at pre
sent engaged on the frontier, against the Indi
ans. Js' ' - . ".. .... ' - . . '
t Geheral Bustamente had reached the city of I
j. - ... s- . ;i
3Iexico, and was received with demonstrations
of respect and good feeling on' the . part" of his
admirers. 4 f, . t .-, - --.,
The public roads in Mexico still swarm with
brigands, who attack 'and rob . all who fall in
their war." ; ; ' ' " ' -v-
The intended march of our 'troops to - Texas
was known in the citv of Mexico the midr!!Ar
last June. V ; '" '.-.i f.
.The. New Orleans Bulletin contains a letter
from Jlazatlan,' dated "April 23d," in which it
is staied that an American mercantile hougp :
T)lm J. ' I I L" 1 ' ..... ' T " "'
ix. uau uutrn ircaiea in a. rrv
summary and oppressive manner Theiriroods.
to. the , amount of: 45,000,vcre'cmbargoed for a
I It will be seen from the subjoined letter
from a friend of Col. Barrixger, who was
in this place on Thursday last, that little
Cabarrus has gi ven a blow to Locofoco-
ism that will last for all time to come.
She has proved herself worthy to be the
mother of our champion, and has given
th lie to tho ridiculous falsehoods circu
lated qverthe district, that such yas the
hatred of Col. Barringers oicn neighbors
towards him, that they would desert their
principles Cor which they have so Often con-
lenueq r ana would idesert him and eo
ior x isher ! . But did they desert? The
result shows for.itself ! . As soon would
we expect the sun tqi leave its place as
to expect to see the Whigs of old Cabar
rus desert their principles so gallantly de
fended by Barrixger j Hurrawe'say for
Cabarrus county. ' -True from first to last !
, Coxcoed, Aug. 7, 1845.. 4
: Dear Sin :You have about 335 or 350 ma
jority in this county f Foard is Clerk by 19
votes, and Hunt Superior Court Clerk by about
I think your majority, is 'exactly 335. -The
retorns am here, but not official and "not com.
plete, from the fact that the poIJs were not closed,
but it was thought that all ihc votes' were given
ti I) I 0l I 1TV sTrnnrcmTvrtfW! ft.
"ivAovAJLiix i yji rivuooiiir iiv,
Is a term of Locofoco oriffini v1t was notion
since, applied to tho ruthless'system of remor.
ais pursued oy . ii r. I'olk, , bj, the CbarJcsioa
Mercury a paper which rendered essential
semce to Polkery throughout the late Prcsidtfe
tial election.. The followihgl is a specimen
that system, furnished by the Washington cpr
respondent of the New York Tribune :
14 One of the most distress tnff removal fronJ,
office has leen that of an aged, most re pec?1
S. Af af?azine. This individuals M r. Hebb.1
at pne time very opulent, and his house itra
resort for the most respectable citizeps,
freely partook of his liberal hospitality. Rf
duced by circumstances which reflect no
honor on him, he waif placed in this small oficft .
by Generaf Jackson, and has ever since respec 1
tably supported a numerou and estimable fan?'
ly from' the scanty proceeds. )r
He has become of lato bed-ridden, hut tt
public interests have hot suffered from thu
sonal afaictionias the duties cf the -office. tTf
been discnarged by members ot bis tamuy
a punctuality which defied complaint.- A luB'
gry Loco-Foco wanted this trifling appointnl
and Mr. George Bancroft appointed birafJr
without the humane fbrmalityf of a notice,
rected him to go at one and lake posessica
Mrs. Hebb, a well-educated ana highly respef
ed lady, immediately went torIrBancrort ;t
state the condition of her family but was tref
nA wit k ftptitiil't nr.; ;i t if U tia " never K
tray knowledge beenjequalled n official inter
course The application of jcourse, was p
vain." - ' - l ' 1
' The New Orleans Tropic' of the 23
instant says , - M-C"- ' " 1
' ; At letter received here yesterday, by
arrival of tho schr- Carmah. from La
ana; via Camneachv. states that a I.e1
1 1 1 - t -u - .-r: hi'
can steamer and three latijiches were
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will send you complete Vnd cfljcisl re.
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