iiiAi. ii ;
i ion .:!.
Orel preparations am m-king in Vir
pSiiUi lur the eltrtiiun in November,
Tb Jckfoo prty do not w.nl aimply lo
tell th CQjUlio.Utis.DUl Id Deal Me in out
pd oulf lo annihilate them it once to
run them out ol iitii- io noume snu ri
.1. distsnc them the, o,a vtrglnun
.n tour truo racere. The Adams
wrtf there, are mere !dlm.
look Out it nut lime lor the
Adm into loeay lblOerierl Jackson
It aUk or dead ' W7 do thf 10
delaf! V i
to m'ai. In fourteen counties
"of tTwnnvylv" Jrcady.,hftsrd Irom, the
' rr.. iha atatuoa . JLiqui ic Ibc"W
counties Would giver AoMcni far the
iiarH, : This u oeilr smell mistake
. . ...Tit7'BuiiMra
4 prln7 hl tuey lake the atate elec
tion in Pennsylvania as sealing thePreil
deniul controversy. This U very well
Whr don't more of the Adam pink"
nuke (he like acanovaseogment i
The Adam men In New Jersey, ere
drinking toddy by pail-fulls. Tbey will
return to cold water when tbey bear from
ciirtoi The Sandy Hilt Herald
slates, that .Mr. Martindale, one ol ttie
Adimi Congre men, declared publicly,
that Gen. Jatkson deserved to go to (be
Slates Piisoo. Tbe gr.od jury of the la
tioo will, od doubt confine him to the mar
bJo bouic at Washington, for four years,
at least, and that will answer Mr. Mariin
dalt'e views, My be
Poor Binns ha been excessively an
jiOycd by 4 ilt of the Jckon men, to
hi domlcil, on tpe uiui :nt pons cioscn.
v-'fbereof lar .UiW-UJurnpeil on his
" knockar, and Mi.tartoed Hie rorih:'al---
tfertrua, that he epranj from h'a bed, fell
on bis kncee, conlctaca an pi aine about
the coffin hand bill, and offered (o rea
tore the widow B.iiey the Custom Uouc
t)rIntin.-H wee recovered .from, hi
faiii.ioz fit br buroini a few feather
tinder bia uoe, and now, we are bappy
to lay, convalescent'
The Adam men in" Cinclnnitj,'Ohto;
re belting on Jackson's election. This
nay be considered a bit ol a sign.
,Tbe coalitionitti, of Philadelphia, com
pUio that the u workio rnen'aa ibey
called the honcat niechanici, all voted for
Ocmpbill, the Jackaoo candidate! ,Hj
-tbey elwayado- Have they jat found
cut thia Mcretf
" The Adam men, of Boston, aid, a
ftw. day ago, that the election in Dcla
ware would have a tremendou effect up
o Panniy liranla.r So it has, a the motne
1)1(2 upon the tonvcat. . .
NOVUMIIKK 4, 1821.
aaar . . m av
i out u, tt u,a
I s i ip'rw Cmirt, Knifitc.f i t
GreciiiJjro'ijt, oa fn I.,
- ---T--- . ra aHmT,
. . adndrow Jacltson
wjamwMtat lie taaiiniST.
(r aorra eiaoLiia.)
Remember tfca U I Ea-v trtrmtn f .'lm,
raralina. Who tf deairout hit r vrf timeni ihmiLl
be adminielrred on pure Kimilicau orine.wU tt.
wioumi d piinciuai in auenuinf tn po!M, on
i niirway or neat efk...the Uih initant. It
mr, to be fair, be an eoy matter to elect the
Jckon .Ticket In tux ataiei but it i not
enough llitt lb ticket alwtl.1 barrly aueceed..
it should be Carried by inch t oerwhf Iminu
matori'vi a to trh the iir.uni a.tmi;.!'....
mi meir Dettort, tbai (be Kepublicaii Freemei
of Nortli Carolina new with alarm arid Indiana,
tion the iluaiea and corrupt mean by which
mtr cane into power; ine m tlof jty f.w thf
Jackaoo ticket ltould b nch aoie a will thow
to L wlmle loion. that the ulain. honett. ind
nra rii jf people or tiiia ttete, ire totally
oppoaed tbf Wuirful eitrarirnce tf the
proud and profi irate men a ho naw eontroul the
. j " -----
dettint or our country. ()f ill the aatiw of
the gloha, our tlta only one' whote people
poatea the ineatimaMt privilege of chooinir
their own Roierai And r-rmnbf r. that mr to
trrtrii thi privJego, i tMtimount to not p$.
Kiting. Let every freeman, then, ro to I he
poili on the Ijtb, and aawrt hi aorerelrntv. bv
fptinr for that pure patriot end einftrd Hero,
who baa ao empUtrIly fifled the mcawre of
bit country " flory." .. , . - -
TThe followinjr UeMleawai Lava beca ackJuaa.
ted by the Pnple, m Uieir refpective Jiatrtcta,
u ndidatea to eompoae the
JACKSOX ELECTORAL TtCKET
n thi arate.....namely: -
lt Dit..Robfrt tjme, of Hvywood county.
Montfiirt htokrt, of Wilket.
reter Forney, of Linoolo.
"John OttVt;tf fU)mn. ...
Abraham I'h'JIipa, of Rockinphim.
John t. Morrhcad. of OoilfonL
Watter f. Leake, of Kk-hmoruL
Willie P. Manroni, of Orange.
Joaiah Crudnp.of Vkc.
John Halt, of Warren. v
Jo-ph J. William, of Martin.
Crdar Baflard, of Gatr a.
Louie D. Wilton, of Rlrromb.
Richar-d D. Kpaifrht, of Craven.
Cdwd. B. Dudley, of Nw Hanover.
Ererr one of theae hwtUm ataiwli nlcLrrd
to vote (or Gen. Jaekton and Mr. Calltoon. Ev
ery Free Man, who can vote for mersbera of the
llouee" of Comwrnwi-1 emitted lo vote for thia
Ticket Each voter ahould init the whole tick-
et, the Fifteen l arrx a, ttuo iT.e biH( bot
jr . ... ....
'hi to tlir
t ujn ai
. 7tl iiiat.
Can, Jame Dlair (i lcct li 'ongt mtrom
(he Camden diatriot In 4oiib C lina,i place
of John Carter, Eo whodoctinr a rection.
The vote waa, Blair, 1H0, i annint 1689,
pann, 63J. Oen. DUir wa (m erly a Con-
' - ' vaetM '
Vrry...Intliia','f, the miiiairallon
bare aucceeded in Carrying wajurit ie the
lee lala'ure. But thi wa not a tf at of lie Pre
aidential fslinf in that rti lkU ele1 di.
vkled th people the varioul (jeeta for
aanak, rail roads hn, ba.1 thr4r Mend nd ene
aaiaa, and the elceiioa of member of lie Irfi.
laUire wa deterotined wltb reference 0 theae
queition. . In all our estimatea," we We -nut
New Affey down Ibrttjr adminiitratanT tat
the reeent eWctiofll ft)0r ha,t.ha il deteahl
rroiand. " ' .; - . ..
,Spilm1i-1n and about Sliawneatow Uli
noia, the -Mk are iki iaJl uucoAmoof rm-
mn killH 4 K) In a day, and tbey vera aa fUn.
'meat day aa eer," l'!ey are eoniirtially aten
swimming the Wabash and Ohio rifcri ttey
will crow dreamt from a mile to mile ind a Wf
ITmxl in Ctrn.-mK w.nnrln th lmerican
Farmer, recommend, hixmni eora ri'b the
huk on, aa a prevent ire airaintttbe rivageaof
the weevil. A fenilemM ol our aoqatinUoce
in i hi town, na. for two or three mr past.
cribbed hit corn with the buki oni nt wa caa
brer wilneea, that it has not only etcaWd th
eervll, but ha been better otherwU, whea
huikcd out for use, than corn thai wa batked
. . a a Mm. m . a
thucvaj la the tan or putting i away
f tbe fie
rM. Fj.i . It,i. v....., r....ri-i-- V ... Tmentibiemuodmgtalci
week, I perceive an effort ia eb,rt to be made i a'lrcatl 5JB?,b " are that what-
to erablith a Cafrea Mnufatt; the town of "r mr be J ,n. c0?, 10
R.r..i i i,..,.;i., ... :. drzrte dHract from tbe character of that taler.
ever the .bUeirmeol of xh Ucmrm PtnP f " honert republtcan, Andrew
policy may conflict with premdicr. and babiuf cln- a had' ttbetm;nowweer, for th
Vtooi nianr eohem meor and bowers for, , !nea v ,he Pnra.ntration, had they
eirn from wSat has hitherto been our inerrt , toward. Andrew Jackaon the tame
.ouih tr. ScT-aZT zrz
Kieerto e a wtirna war. '.i
"fo Gordon Hiaroif of the 4ae, pro
Vfresvand etablihmert of tbe Indepen
enre of the Uofted Stated paee 28 of tbe
j4ih vol. we find tbe followini; account of
" the exrcuttoB of a aouliar under the com
- tnand o Uenenl Greene : It wa. afte:
Gaiea' defeat and ahortly after General
3rene rrieLat Ueadiluarier and as
umed the command of the
ZZV. Oir bia-erritral. in carnn7e"tearne'J
thanhe-troopa bad haUc a.l pracTO!? ?i"' M 'tufy ruabin- upon
"Coing bme without permiauon, staying
T ec to raB hen- a eiumiay;, De i ermin
d to ttop uch a dangeroua custom,' the
Oetitrel Kave out, that he would mAr ao
xmpie of the firtt deserter of the kind
lie t'uUjtht I and one waa accordingly not
t tbe head ot tbe army, drawn up io be
- pecuaor a ol IhtL puniahtncBt iAt mht I
tt cnt omiera round the camp, to listen
lo 'he uik of the.aoldier, and waa happy
to find that the measure bad taken us
desired elTetr, and that the tanKuage ttf the
tnen wat only 41 We must not oo aa we
V l. ... ... i . :. i i .
" Now, thia was tbe case of a soldier's
doing what they had all been in the ha
bit of doing hi home beine in the neigh
borhood of a camp, he bad gone there
without leave. He had not gone off with
the intention of remaining altogether
.jneant to return- Hut an example was
Jiecessary for the good of tbe service and
the safety of the country, and General
Creene', whose humanity no-one eve
' Itate to hate him 'rfcatrrir 'Contfaat this
caie with the M militia men," and tell
At a rrapectable meeting of tbe friend of
General Jtcasea, aaaembled at tbe curt-boue
in Germanton, S'.oke countr, on Satlrday, tbe
?Sth of c. Jacob Salmon. Rad. wu called to
the chair, and Mr.C. L. Banner artpoirrted e-
retary. . I '
On mo ion, U was orderedJ uat Tbomas T.
trjrrtronr, loho Hill and ola f. Poindeiter,
he eppoiotcd 4 cojamittcf . t4 prepare and re.
a L - 1 ' ' mil L . I 1
pan wica mcawiTB aa were lanrin now Miria
ble and beat calculated to ut lb frietyl and
promote theeautoef-Caav Jkxuin tbe coun
ty of Stokes i who, after hJfinf retired a few
(Tiinfitv, returned and made the following re
port, to wit i Ii !
, 1 he commkteo are very aensisle thai the du-
tie which necemnly (Jerolfeom them In an
undertaking of I hi kind, art" drlcate and dim
enli I perfurm. But ao much la already bee a
aid on botb aide o the preaideitial quetion,'
that we V')uM think tftfn maalt to the -good ua-
dersianding of our fellowountrymen, were wa
to ufTer fur tbeir cornidc ratios at thi time a
lenf(ihy, or laboured adJreau. Wa know that
public opinion lias long alnco settled down in
fevour vf ooa or lbs other of the caadtdate : end
that you have already determined a whom yoo
will give your, vote.. Our object ia not to dis
suade you froia that deT. rroinstim, bot to invite
those of ym hn )ve uni'ed vitb u in the
cau,e of .Imirrv Jack-tin, ftarl.tsry and rod,
pendently in cx.-tcne your eentiasents regard
Icn of H bu.4 and alaniUf wkicb have brea
heaied upon Dim: for we believe that in sup
porting lum, we are supporting tbe principles of
republican virtue, ano ioe cause ot uw Amen,
can people. - .
Ol the prcent' aJ ministration,-wo bH my
nothing. But leave it for th frieada and parti.
iht of Mr. Adam to, apeak of. bis imputed
It trpm a pnnriole of wll.f)rt ervation As the
it.n,.. ;n th. . i.. .:.j riiioinrinjcMonw-3
hat hi. anemi.. barf i,W.t hi.n ; "r rnid-blo opponent, and that be wu indeed, and
rinding that Jackson wa likely to prove a for.
Il t- In truth, the favourite of tbe people, the deepest
Iritrirqehave beea funned, and he vilest slan
u I'J'-rt propgUJaxainthim, that ingeniittv
rW'Q H5" ' , - a - - t af a . .",
froia "c ve rryanvriToide ' drat ni etwtrt br
Stat ea IWntiTif ms.Iim - bm ak awl U
curc itlelf within it. own cirde: hefor. the coM in?,nt or K" eiprma. An
sweeping eon.tio,r.h.It T.sch hr WwttCT!:
raricr up to tbe present time, hit character, like
g M tried in the furnace, seem t hare acquired
course the more eatended. we make the defen
i4ve circle, tbe more genera! will be the recuri
y to Sim'.hern rijits and interests. Tbe erec
tioo of an e it e naive rramifactnrr, would be im.
portant, ia this view of the Case, to the South,
crucoimuy i butjo Jle toan of Salisbur , it is
a mutter of more immediate concern. Obser-
ne lustre i lie rises inumpnam over ne at
tacks of his enemies, and still retains tbe esteem
and confidence of a grateful republc.
Tbe electioni which have taken place in our
on county, tor tne mate Legiuature, must
. i. . il.i . ,
tu.i cik-ih uai n8ic manu.aory, in . ',h. .u .
snd destroyer of pcpulous villages.
! for popular favour, even wben be baa an oppor.
An iron hoe to enable firemen to keep
tbrJrIiaoiing-,.npo of houses,
... ka been invented by MrTSeih Walker, a
JMechanic employed at the furnace of F.d
s dy'a. Point,, Provldent-e. Ita efficacy on
ltd roofa ia-itotafluded Jo. :T:.?;
a Manufacturing Establishment in Xdwell
JIsssacbuwtH, and a Canal ia making, for
water privileges for 13 moro Factories.
Two lovers, at "Paris, lately hung them'
rtlvts, hand in hand, becauso the parens
of the lady would not consent tp tbeii
.L t v it- i,- j'i". . 'flie people,-who eao secure to ninueJf the con-
e, her of the. Vadkin It.ver. and let .. once ret fid P he j b J. j bi
into autTTMlul pration, and it wi as naturally 9XpKfM tbereioiin.a givcrpmcnt as exten
ii ratty ntt livtm uliHliiirk. u'fialtlk emH infTnaftn . . . -
4 a . . . ' . 7 i aveatihe Lmted at-itei, that any one can be
l'- pre. nted as a candidate for thi presidential
But e ect : the i in that town, or it. .mmetb, f. who Cl obuin , neral or; undivije(,
ate neighborhoo,!. and ,t will create new cb.n-, , u of we
Mia of wealth, give ngour to all it. rerce. , 1 mortmcatio. to all well meaning and
town prooerty will rise in value, a market will & , fc f be.
be.;d '"IP'"' P"" ! h caeheisaboutto W,.PlantMr.Adama.J,dbe
ncijriiTjwruriiumi, witii wuiikiiiiiiit iiac iir prui . . . n i t -KMaM Ka tho ik
J . M4 a CICt.lCU UUI IICAV V MUV ilt fuvuai wv w ww
icujr pincsi eum ever iesuct uvvupitiiuii iiu
no one ciniiu unicvc who uau nui wiuichcu l. a . --ai,
ui mo i.h"icti til m nt r-p(in.;,i olucea
wlii. U In on sutrt cmjij eWrr upon him. He
lis had Ibe connd'tna of the general g iven,.
meni, cy raceinn several liiijiortaiit s;i;kh'iI.
mentsi (nail of which, he has dicu'(ed hit
duty with credit to liimtrlf, snd usefulnes to
Iha publio. ' Indeed, there Is oo tituatitfi ia
which he hu been placed, where ha ha not
dime welL ' And although oma are opposed to
him, all must have the candour to admit, that he
deeerves well of bi country,' And from th
honet conviction of our heart, w believe that
If elected Freaident of th United State, he will
administer tbe atTair of ur government with
eorrectne and ability, and to tba laatinr ad-
vantage of th American people. '
Bepectrull, eva. T, T. ARMSTRONG, .
T Jms f foIMDEXTEO.
The above addrea being read, it sru ordered
thai the editori of 'be. Raleigh Rtar and West
Carolinian be each furnished with a copy for pub
Ccon,ndtbirttffmebrd.wotb dav of
lb UcUoA.atcach of the separate; election la
tbis county... JhCOVthVtiin,' CUlw
CL. JJaJfte, Src'f V , :l'
the 14th inst'I noticed in account of a warew
mssis, which grew tb past season in Waltbam,
Maaaachusetta, and weighed . now It caa't
be expected that Nortt) CaroHna will equal tba
old bind of steady habits in vrgnu< produc
tions, do more than the can irt men, eassr enough 1
to make rresiilents nut oft But yoa may tell
your reader, that a Water Meloo grew, th
test season, on tbe (arm of Mrs. Heary Conner,
tear Beatties Ford, Lincoln county, which
weighed ikrib-mr pounds! Haa aoy larger
been produced in thia part of tba country I
have neither seen nor beard of any such bore.
about. Beside, many other grew on tbe
am farm, which weighed from 30 to 331b. I
do nnt know where tbe iced of these melons waa
procured from, nor of what tperfrf and raw
they are i but I shall call them th inesm
assis! One wAa eni part tfit,
Oct. 27, 1838.
A . An S&mw paper, in sttemptiag to
my the eUction of Uen. Jackson would D a
ratrar to tbe country, omitted the letter io th
word ctinet so that by accident be told the
truth, io aayiaf that' the elceiioa of Gen. Jack
son will, be a nmr to the country !'
(Jtfrgia.Mtmm. Gilmer, Wilde, Thompson,
Wayne. Fo4ef,Mky a, and Lumpkin, Vt elec
ted to Congress from this ute.
Gen- H.rriaun, minister tb Colombia,
was to hate atartcd Irom Ncw-Tork, for
his dcstintfloo, about the 2jtn ulu - ....
George "M. Dallas( Esq. an early and
zealous friend of Ocn Jaekton, has been
chocn Mayor of tba -city of Philadelphia..
llrory Bowles has been committed to
f"V 1L i HACI.T ever tLe f'l:,.,
turf, look i!c lt cr k I I friend proia
le u a full account of them, for vvf'
THE M UlKCrS. k ;
rdwm7I,Oc4er3id -Cotton, 8 TJTa
Beef, fresh In market, 3a J cent i Flwro-i. t to 1 1
peach brandy, JO to to, apple do. JW 4O1
flour, 4 a 4 wbiskeyi lit 11.. .u.ufej '
States bsnk not ee, 3 to 2 per cent, premium .
(,lrtf, Oel. 3J. Upland eotfm 9 a 10
whikey, 28 to 27 1 bajrging-. 43 ineb, 23 to U $
oogar, 8 to 9 1 molaMea, 30 to 31 cental
bacon, 6 lo Ft apple brandy, 27 to 28 1 bw
wax,Jl corfaa, JJto ljh)ontes, UOtol05t
Jamaica rum, 110 to IIS West India do. IS '
to 80.-North Carolina bills, 4 to 5 percent.''
die. 1 Georgia dt, 1 1 to 1 per Cent. do.
fdr-t There isacoiitinuadgooliemand
for Cotton, and the pricea of last week are fully
Supported .hoii'd the river continue lown
mock longer, acanJty of tb artkl my l icreaaw
tbe price abade. 1
Cum.mi. Ckt. tS.&tm:7t a Srrvrheat 7V
a ti iFloui 4 1 4 J out of tbe wsgon 1 corn 37 J
nail 7U cants. , . r ..)-.
- emrfi Otubr 24. Cotton, I to tO f fi3
baeeor HI SO fi-tefoeod. 14 a 9Uli:oorsuv
1 1' a" RJi'tacOnTlrTI T f lard;-er a f T-Krrilem-
brandy, 38 30 1 peach 62 a 7$ Me.NoruV . ,
Carolina bank bills, J to 5 per evnt. discount "
Georgia bills, 34 a 3i Booth Carolina biQil'
2 to 2 par cent, discount.
Atw-ltrt, tHt. ZJ. Cotton, upland. 91 tu
11 1 cotton bagging, bemp 19 to Si, eotton 15 lot ,,
18 1 bide. 11 to 17 1 North Carolina bank bilk
10 per cent, discount 1 f. Carolina do. 3 1 VJ
finia 1 1 Georgia, eItarien, aav.
I'ricH at Memphis, West Tcwvaaee, jyrb'
Sept. last 1 Bacon, 8 to 10i butter, I3 to 14 i
cotton, 8 to 9t corn, SS to 30 j rlo-ir, i , larejf,
4 to 7 peach brandy, oj to 7 J apple Io. 2J (
TO abiakey, 23 to 20 ortb Carolina bank
bill, uncertain Sooth Carolina and i.eorgia. 8F
to 10 per cent discount 1 Virginia. 3 do 1 Teav
aeaee fliato Bank, 1 to 3 do. 1 VssliVille bsnk,
35 to 30 do. 1 Abbama, 10 do. 1 limte.1 ratc
Ti wane, and Mnwiappng. lmmfr
lo thi county, on tbe 38tb ult. by !.. RfW
Jams Stafford, Mr. John Fleming v. h hi, la
Mi EHtabeth . C Smith, daughter of Cmr
r-e L. Sraitk. - r ,
ine iftiuu laui 2jui year 01 oerage, Mu
Sarah A. Crier, consort of Mr. Andrew Grire." "
and daughter of Andrew noyt, tjrrrof hofa
ville, Lincoln couhtr.
la tbis county, about Eve mile north-west tfi
thie pUcroa tbe 19th irwtant, Mr. Rebecca.
Monroe, of Mr. TVoo(!oa Monroe, gged 5 -year.
Her laal word " on ' futurity, ware, "
that she did not fear death that ahe waa
nt'wfled that the bad mad peace with he .
Maker, .She left an infant child. ed 9 month s
27 dtjf 1 aiwl "on sffecllanaie hasbamt, and m
"I . 1 a tl J i. a
jaUin Hnisborougb, charged with inuf- ineooa, o "ZT
deiing Pi o tier I Dickey.
Mawfatiurt.k meeting as to have
been beld in Orccnsborough, Guilford
county, on Sjturdty last, for tbe purpose
of 'oiRsniting a company to establish a
manufactory in that county. The mana
fiuring spirit seemi to be pervading
the whole state 5 the people eppesr to be
determined to render themselves indo
pendent, as far a "my be practicible, not
only of forrign importation, saddled with
heavy dwieabv the late tariff tw,--but
also of tbe northern manufacturers, who,
by means of the tanff, were disposed 10
impose heavy burdens on tbeir Southern
We would be re take occasion to re
mind the citizens of Rowan county, that a
meeting will be held at tbe court bouse 10
this place, on Saturday, the 8th Inst for
the purpose of organising a company to
establish V Cotton Manufactory in the vi-4
cinity of the town
At her residence in Wadesboru' o iU, 13th'
irst. Mrs. Ruanna Uarrin fUn. Tbodeaili of thle
venerable lady hs spread a genera1 gtoom amonyj)
her numerous friends 1 few parson hare beea
more deservedly or mora universally beloved t
few have poseed oalitiea mora amiable 0
more elevating 1 her manners were at once easy
and affable and formed from a long and free lay
tercoure with tbe beet society.
In thi place, on die 26ih ult. after a Rntwei.
ing and painful lllne, Mrs. Morffarrt Vuwntjft
wife of Mr. Lewis Utiman. She was amiable,
affectionate, rinwoa, ao4 oteemrd by atf lboV
knew her- She endured her affliction wrtf
patience-, arwt eiprcaaed . an,. n.ir aabmisv
' , . , 0 .. . elected our next rresuient, snouw oe on
we 1 ami every trade, occupation and. f unmerited abtiae, betipmatised
o, w,l be prosptred. to. degree that, , , even de7oUnced,, trti
:ouU believe whohad not witnemedu. , But, gentlemen, th. U a mer
eta in other parts -A our country. II. ...... ' 1 , .. .
such etrccts in other parts A our country.
Grange oooniy,- met -at the Itouse of .James
Johnson, on the 4th tilt. 1 Maj. John Thompson,
a . a! s - ...'!
v. :r r r .. - . .., v. ,, , -,it cnairmanj rcter uiara, ecrewry: at wmcu
11 vucaavn was m'r-T-. . ... ,. .
1 r . 1 f . e .L - f . .
jwxwikj!t.inc.jcieciniiecring journies 01 nc
member ol tbe cabinet 1 and in commendation
of the varied qualificatiuni, aterling integrity.
and pure patriotism of Oen. Andrew Jackson :
the meeting was addressed, at coruiderablc
length, by Dr. James A'. Craig.""" "
Pentuylvania. From this atate, the election
ofcmemberaof Conjrrei. of the lerislature, &c.
ll')iitW'4wvww ,kaaj,4lie Jnoat sk'rjfftine
tT-. j. . . : Trienea ot env Jacttson anTicipated-. It-i now
istration will be elected to Conpresa from tre
whole atate, although at tbe lt clecUon betore
this ':jt r seven Adums men were returned. ''In
nearly all the counties, the Jackson majorities
are larger than they ever were before. It is
now coiifidemly expected, that the Jackxon ma-
j'ln'y at the el. dot al . lection, will be WJUw:
huch are the cttt-c 't 'tie viitainoua cojja
handjy! mryjumcntsfj uicijtion jcj,
rication, a mere trick to aniwer a particular
purp. l'wv vca some , of those, who have
ai;iMl bim, have confessed, tlut, "tbe presi-
demial question out of the way, there it no warr
in Che nation they more bigbic esteem man
pujjwerenus not 111c caae.
Gen. Jackson', own conduct would standror
ilielil "'8-"a; --t- .:
There are but few of us who have not tome
recollection of the laet war, of tbe feebaga and
prejudice which existed, of the dangers and
difficulties which were encountered, and of the
victoriea which were achieved. Even then, ob
jection were urged againt Jackaoni and it wa
said that he waa unni ior a cummsnuer. uui
no sooner had he entered our army, than ucceis
cwndottrm:B?,f ?n ofroir), battle to
ha-tle. from victory to Victory, until hi Jtreateatr
enemies were compelled to aeaound Mtuaise.;
No man ever fouebt with moreauccesa, nor wa
any man ever more devoted to the interests and
liberties of his country, than Gen. Jackson. In.
deed, hi military career alone baa acquired for
himself imperishable tame, ana tor the American
nation, immortal glory. Why, thep, should we
not do honour to biro who tSf von muni
bftAPV ft bs CSatoSTv'
, -.4. . ..... - -
ton to tbe will of frovidence. Onnn; Her iilneerr
she enjoyed that peace which tke-wmrhl HsannoW '
give, nor take awavr and died srltk ebeerint T
ad for tbe people ot uoo. a "
Also, on the 3Tst near that place, Mr. JrresQ 1 -
ab Arey, aged 35 yeara end 20 days.
iftTiYfaTt, CxiUtirj &uat5
1TVDE. Il XLCYJLANDt .at the corner tt
M.M. king and liberty ttreets, f htrmun, 3,
have opened their Fall A'aortment of ffiireweaai
Caller, anJ Stavy CJi, comprising almost
every on trie, of tbe , Xnaa.. andr,: partrcula:
saitrd for '.be oowtnern market --t
bfTrTTm the most liberal tervnar Su4l
and tba public: and will fsitlfuity execute asy .
OMera recrrett arttciaa uv u.a nac.
CHarUicn, Oct. 15, 1828. 6t43
Triumfikiit OAitw .Tbe tIectioa,it
Ohlov for metttatrtoLcong.res, of the
legislatuie, Sec. bas resulted in a triumph
to tho-Jarkoa cause. ...As far as heard
from, tcven Jackson members to Con
errss have been elected ; of these,
Messrs. Shields, 1 1 win, Kennon, and Good
enow, fsll staunch Jackson men) have
beaten Messrs. Wood, Beecher, Daven
port, and John C. Wright, that supple
pander of the administration. It ia be
lieved that Mr. Tiimble, the Adams can
didate for Governor, in consequence of
hi great personal popularity, has urc
eeeded . jover Mr.MCampbell.' ... Butjhis
election aftords the strongest hopes, that
Ohio will show her patriotism, by voting
for the candidate of tbe People - .the
Farmer of Tcnnetsee, Andkiw Jacisow.
Two weeks since, we received a
communication from Montgomery coun
ty, reiative to a publication we lately
made, of certain persona having been ar
rested there, as counterfeiters, and, after
v legal exsminatnpischairj:;t)0?'f !
officiating magistrates ; but the letter
having been either loat or. mislaid, we
have of course been unable to publish its
contents. It shall, however, receive pub-1
licity, should we be able tolay onrtandtiThr-i-;ii wmMxMm.L.y i ,tiJ, q f()ffi
rinnE fc's'tby.frrlifa Plvtr
j l tatUn, in th Forks of tbe TadV.
km. containing six or seven hundroal
11 - acrse of Land, well calculated low
eotiouau i grain t formerly owned byCoL Rich
mond Pearson, jr. at the mouth oT Dutchman.
creek 1 will be told on the premise, on tbe 4tbj
Monday 01 November, upon credit, to thi high. "
est bidder,. . Person within? to see the lanja
may call upon RWbmontf dr'u.' Vjr, ; fsramt.- '
JOS. PEARSON, Trvnee.
(kfhtr 13A, 1 82A. 3t0
ON Tuesday, the 25th of November nex&
will be told, at the late residence of Ok
Robert Moore, dee'd. in tbe Jersey Settlement
Jrjl8 likely .Vrrte, men, women and children
Several likely Uorteti
80frwe-4QOQ bnahola nftrw.
"10,000 or 13.000 wirht of COTTOaf- :
A valuable Ltbntrt,tjt Medical and Miaceuav
ous Bnlttt .
By e, Oats, Hav, and Fodder '1 ' ;"
Houaebokl and Kitchen Furniture, ic,
Its principal complaint, if we recollect
rightly, from J single perusal of it, is,
that there was an implied censure con
tained in oor article, against the examin
ing magistrates. Our language, we con
fess, wi calculated tot convey such an im
pression , but il was not our intention,
mant,o wrmnrrrthe- nagirta atw
were under the impression they acted
according to tho evidente before, them :
all we intended to 'express, was a rr;rr
(bat the men implicated vhotilc-havc bt,ci
discharged y as,we yet believe they were
guilty of frtiat wjs luid ;o rJn'tf cbirje.
ferm! made known on the day of aa)e
KBENEZER MOOUE, rcmn"
Rowan retrnrv, Oct. 211, 1828. 5i4Z
N. B. All perwo indebted to the estate
Dr. Moore, are dctired f make p.ym nt iiiirae.
diately, aa no' lunger indulgence can be riven... "
Trust ftaYta -.rr:
jtS TTBV" virtu of the power eontaitt-
tf-" T JjR,0edoX;t
,amm.:iCM JJw ..aobwiber b y. Jaeob tiofl
bed, : ri-:iio, on baturilay, irtv T.H ot.NO
veii i i.:xt, af tantaliou, Coiilainii .$7.ial
"hear .'; i'jt- Meeting imim-,R ViKtmanty9i'f?
fii'c'i,i,hiw(ii t" saic, wiiibc turtle. fnowti An '
tbe fin -t sale. HUCH PARK S, Wftw
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