Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 10, 1845, Page 1

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THE NEW YORK HERAI u . Vol. XI., No. 40?Whole No. 4003, NEW YORK. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1845. Price Two Centn. POPULAR VOTE If* THE UNITED STATUS, Iff 1 844. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, mini. Clay. Plk. Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Aroostook ... 398 9U7 21 Penobscot... . 3378 4896 696 Cumberland.. 4183 6367 696 Piscataquis... 10"4 1136 228 Franklin 1132 1609 392 Somerset 2849 2630 436 Hghcock 1849 2608 106 Waldo 1826 4661 216 K"nii?b"C .... 5393 3335 661 Washington.. 2329 2605 77 Lincoln 4566 5351 461 York 3216 5117 453 Oxford 1887 4395 397 Total S4J78 45719 4836 34378 Polk's plurality, 11341 nr.w HAMPSHIRE. Clay. Plk. Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Belknap 864 1701 248 Hillsborough.. 3124 4583 675 Carroll. 732 1815 233 Merrimack,... 1589 3821 628 Cheshire 2558 2070 371 Rockingham.. 2830 4007 584 Coos 348 1364 108 Strafford I7M2 1808 330 (Jraftou 25t,6 4046 631 Sullivau 1553 1944 350 Total I 17866 27160 4161 17860 , Polk's plurality 9294 VERMONT. Clay. Plk. Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Addison 2527 772 312 Lamoile 485 759 411 Bennington... 1656 1450 168 Orauge 2076 1910 412 Caledonia.... 1762 1730 184 Orleans 1192 833 245 Chilteuden... 1924 1444 386 Rutland 3584 1578 333 Essex 392 331 18 Washington,.. 1650 2005 301 Franklin. ... 1872 1438 261 Windlum,... 2642 1703 385 Oraudlale... 339 165 ? Winds r 4669 1813 538 Total 26770 18041 3954 18041 Clay's plurality 8729 MASSACHUSETTS. Clay. Polk. Bir. Clay. Polk. Bir. Suffolk 8778 4859 509 Berkshire .. 3656 3805 401 Essex 6415 5259 1837 NorfoU 5217 4287 888 MidJIesex... 9581 9124 1713 Bristol 4872 4903 641 Worcester... 9359 7562 2147 Plymouth... 4449 33*5 805 Harop h re... 3725 1605 626 Barnatable... 2290 1415 251 Hampden... 3416 3593 451 Duke 302 255 24 Franklin .... 2725 2047 423 Nantucket... 6:3 237 41 Clay's plurality .14572 RHODE ISLAND. Clay. Plk. Clay. Plk. Bristol 589 109 Providence 3751 3193 Kent 589 381 Washington 987 712 Newport 1229 473 Total.,. 7382 4187 4867 Clay's majority 2455 Birney tote ... 5 CONNECTICUT. Clay. Plk Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Hartford 6259 5684 287 New London,. 4081 3709 304 Tolland 1984 1950 120 Windham.... 2620 2544 363 New Heven... 5546 1726 229 Litchfield 4668 4335 368 Middlesex,... 2334 2354 130 Fairfield 5360 4599 141 Clay's plurality 2991 Clinton ... Colombia.. Cortland .. Delaware... Dutchess.. Erie Eire* Franklin.. Fulton Sc. > Hamilt'n S' Genesee... Greene... ntapn ar Yo Clay. Polk. Bir. Oneida.... Clay. Polk. Bir. . 7109 6916 134 7717 1144 3913 . 3661 3640 2508 435 106 Onondaga.. Ontario ... . 6495 . 4508 6878 3659 732 435 , 2743 2634 487 Orange.... 5303 37 , 4908 5203 376 Orleans .. . 3600 2311 276 5613 3407 314 Oswego... . 3771 4393 *51 . 1791 2592 106 Otsego. ... . 4743 6050 413 . 4315 4495 843 Putnam ... . 979 1731 ? . 1919 2318 410 Queens.... . 3547 3751 ? . 4322 4091 11 Rensselaer.. . 6361 5618 181 2378 2353 543 Richmond. . 1049 1863 1 . 3071 4330 305 Rockland.. . 794 1679 1 5767 5637 37 St. Lawrence 4673 600* 46* 6905 5050 415 Saratoga,... 4550 Schenectady, 1614 4300 119 3613 1998 143 1679 31 1524 1501 93 Schoharie.. . 3986 3533 lit 2192 100 Seneca... . 2327 3569 124 . 2107 Steuben .,. Suffolk.... . 4385 5512 3(3 3004 3105 398 . 2487 3375 14 . 3968 3488 30 Sulliran,.. . 1739 1961 30 . 3868 4346 608 Tioga. ... . 1*99 254* 90 . 5576 6391 712 Tompkins.. . 3815 4613 332 . 5187 4648 77 Ulster 47*3 12 . 1640 3073 154 Warren ... . 133d 1791 11* . 3773 3709 310 Washington, 5024 3370 338 3683 3818 1311 Wayne,... . 3953 4046 563 6873 5611 430 Westcbes'er. 4258 4413 19 r 2849 sns 85 Wyoming,, . 2754 2103 443 .36385 . 3100 28296 117 310 Yafs . 2056 3110 207 1589 333483 237."88 15812 Po'k'i plurality 3106 SEW JERSEY. Clay. Plk. Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Atlantic 493 8?8 ? Mercer IB*! 1377 ? Bergen 979 M?0 ? Middlesex 8331 3033 ? Burlington... 3730 3017 7 Monmouth... 3331 3434 3 Camden 1448 1308 4 Morris 2903 3466 34 Cat* Mar... . 780 314 ? Pais tic 1603 1391 9 Cumberland... 1549 in ? Balm 1773 1493 3 Essex 5471 3655 39 Somerset 2139 1978 ? Gloucester... 1411 903 17 Bnasex 1995 3490 7 Hudson 1139 7 03 9 Warren 1643 3999 ? Hunterdon... 2544 3386 ? ??- ?? Total 38318 37493 131 37495 Clay's plurality 823 ?Ki*ir?TLTAHia. >. Clay. Polk. Bir. 6 Lancaster ... 103)6 5913 21 Clay. Polk. Bir. Adama , 2609 1891 6 Alleghany... . 80(3 5743 435 Armstrong.. . 1153 19*3 38 Beaver 2792 3173 270 Bedford.... . 3147 39*9 5 Berks 4000 *674 3 Bradford... . . 3215 3568 63 Bucks 4862 5251 XT Butler 2247 2112 135 Cambria ... . 996 1123 3 Carbon . 531 905 ? Centre 1*60 2125 7 Chester, . . . 6070 5550 106 Clarion . *14 1883 T Clinton .... . 78* 875 ? Columbia... 1738 3370 1 Cra? ford ... 2636 3334 139 Cumberland. . 3(91 3155 5 Clea'fi*ld ... 544 874 1) tm hiu . . . . 3285 2401 10 Delaware,.., Erie 3090 1486 15 . 3631 2336 74 Elk . 101 138 9 Fayette 3439 35 Franklin ... ? 3901 3398 ? 4 Jreene 111* 2354 11 Huntingdon. . 40(6 2575 ? Indiana . 3100 1448 80 Jnniata 1360 ? Jefferson... . 591 731 5 ran. .. . 340 419 ? 905 ? Northampton 2776 3870 ? hnmbl'd, 1547 2446 7 r 240 554 40 ' 1370 2331 ? d'a Co. .13972 13482 0? 1 Philad'a City 9317 5369 ia ' ....... 151 769 ? ytkiil... 2571 3404 3 ? Somerset 26f.0 1035 6 uehannah 1802 2697 93 a 1169 2193 23 2788 1765 18 9 Venango 966 1377 63 """ ren 899 1149 17 hington.. 3973 3973 396 ne 999 1657 15 tmorel'd. 3672 4978 71 iming.... 814 899 13 4237 5971 I Total 161303 167535 3138 161303 Polk's plurality 6332 DELAWARE. Clay. Polk. Clay. Polk. Kant 1573 1416 Sussex W9 1877 Newcastle 8816 2678 ?. Total 6358 5971 5971 Clay's majority 297 MARTLAITD. Clay. Plk. ? ? , Clay. Plk. Allegany 1424 <491 Harford 15(7 1347 Anne Arnndel 1777 1103 Kent 71* 327 Baltimore City.... 8413 8896 Montgomery I I2t (53 Baltimore County,. 2301 2716 Prince George's... I On ggg Calvert, 451 344 Queen Anna's 749 722 Caroline 6*0 553 Somerset 1449 903 Carroll 17*4 1694 St. Mary's... 7*3 469 Cecil 1527 1504 Talbot 795 713 Charles 785 519 Washington 26J3 2565 Dorchester 1377 903 Worcester........ 1433 909 Frederick 3190 2994 Told 359*4 32676 32676 Clay's majority 3308 riROIISIA. 'Ik. 472 Matthews.. Accomack Clay. Albemarle . . 911 AMeehany Amelia Amherst Augusta Barbour Bath Bedford Berkeley Botetourt Brooke Brunswick . . 191 Buckingham... . llr n'on Cabell Csmfhe 1 ( arolioe Carroll . . 121 Charles City... . .. 202 Charlotte Chesterfield . . . . Clarke Culiwpper Cumberland... . .. 274 Dinwiddle 270 Elisabeth City.. . . 131 Essex Fairfax . . 410 Fauquier '. .. 761 hayrlte Fluvanna Floyd Franklin .. 619 Frederick .. 805 (riles (llouceiter. . .. . . 213 Goochland .. 150 Grayson .. 150 Greenbrier < (reene 66 Greensville .. . . 83 llalifsx .. 344 II .mi shire .. 675 Ila o ver .. 558 Hardy . . 533 H irruon . 479 Henrico . . 57* Ilenry... Isle of Wight. .. 91 James City . . 103 Jefferson . . 735 Jackson .. 801 665 Middlrseg... 468 Monongalia. 339 Montgomery. ... 695 Morgan 343 Nansemond. ... 408 Nelson 346 Northami 656 Northui 463 Nottnw 268 Nichola 43 Ohio.., 346 Orange. 694 Page... pton iberla 319 Pocahontas. 391 Prince Edward,.. (107 Princess Anne.... 163 Prince G- orge. .. 944 Prince William.. 297 Puliski 619 674 Randolph 207 330 Korkbridga.. 230 Richmond Co 150 303 Hilchie... . 146 Scott 041 Sh nandoal 675 694 Smyth .. . 258 Sussex. 478 Taylor, Clay. Plk 212 . 2*6 677 361 618 177 118 . 391 7*0 173 . 425 460 . 364 345 216 24 4 . 447 291 . r,27 .990 178 116 . 105 176 182 . 158 135 . 897 408 288 628 . 369 3*6 558 635 228 tl* 504 . 264 377 . 329 151 . 139 226 . 159 457 . 166 174 199 . 359 314 . 697 543 f, 202 1.54 . 104 254 279 1716 . 414 416 . 276 511 . 170 1371 . *75 371 . 325 3911 . 4:8 442 . 233 346 . H8 161 . 124 325 . 244 2.59 . 180 687 . Ui iii Kanawha 983 442 Washington 371 723 King and (dneen ... >2? 72* Wayne 190 l>4 King George 163 117 Westmoreland... . SOS 07 King William .... 109 337 Wood S33 330 Lancaster 139 99 Wythe.. 309 SS3 Lee 237 472 Warwick 67 24 Lewis 329 084 York. 113 109 Logan 123 177 Norfolk Borough.. 634 403 Loudon 1404 474 Petersburg 376 330 Louisa 36 1 424 Richmond City... 247 2*2 Lunenburg 196 333 Williamsburg 66 40 Madison 64 412 ?? Total 44790 406*3 ssTOn Polk's majority. NORTH CAROLINA. Clay. Plk. Clay. Plk. Anson 1012 481 Johnston 494 640 Ashe. 422 477 Jones 203 142 Beaufort 932 427 L?uoir 224 346 Bertie 475 439 Lincoln 790 1736 Bladen... 280 486 Macon 371 224 Brunswick 341 283 Martin 319 480 Buncombe 561 412 McDowell! ? ? Burke 1234 228 Mecklenburg 909 1201 Cahamis 71* 371 Moore 440 400 Caldwell 498 219 Montgomery 648 139 Camden 446 1*1 Nash, 74 894 Carteret 434 314 New Hanover,... . 382 1122 Caswell 283 1182 Northampton 419 764 Chatham.* 1136 729 Onslow 194 717 Catawba* ? ? Orange 1686 1489 Cherokee 390 244 Pasquotank 663 232 Chowan, 304 166 Prrquimaui til 223 Cleareland 3G6 624 Peraon.. 274 649 I Columbus 134 343 Pitt 611 476 I Craren .. 644 622 Randolph 117' 312 Cumberland 703 1101 Richmond 802 117 Currituck 147 441 Robeaon 449 491 Davidson, 1091 610 Rockingham 436 1022 Davie 429 272 Rowan 833 416 Duplin.. 223 936 Rutheiford 1310 296 Edgecombe 126 1403 Hampton 433 878 Franklin 3 6 760 Stanley J30 18 Galea 334 344 8tokes 1081 1143 Greene. 302 276 Surrv 996 88(1 GrAHTille 936 942 Tyrrell 283 92 Guilford. . 2130 415 Union,! _ Halif"*j 5M ?6 Wake 104S 1374 Haywood 34 2 267 Warren 128 210 Henderson 445 141 Washington 329 121 Hartford 3*9 253 Wayne 244 911 ?yft. *?? wiik is. Inrdell 1482 330 Yancy 338 427 Clay'a majority 3945 ? Catawba rotes with Lincoln-1 McDowell with Borke t Union with An eon and Mecklenburg. AKonOlA. Clay, Plk. Appliog 152 142 Jcnea Bat 222 40* Laurens Baldwin 324 303 Lee Bibb 706 8*2 Liberty Bryan. 103 72 Lincola Bullock 17 410 Lowndes,... . Butts 243 431 Lumpkin.... Burke 556 411 Maeon Camden 104 21* Madison ..... Campbell 204 5?3 Marion Carroll. 344 767 M'Inloah Cats 644 1139 Meriwether.., Chatham *17 *34 Montgomery. Chattooga, 284 324 Monroe Cherokee. 517 813 Morgan Clark 4*6 420 Murray Cobb 648 943 Mnacogee. ... Coweta 77* 744 Newton Crawford 377 444 Oglethorpe... Colombia 492 307 Paulding.. . Dade 46 247 Pike Decatur 3*2 345 Putnam DeKalb 580 966 Pulaski Dooley 269 407 Randolph.... Farley 210 419 Rabun Elbert 999 1*6 Richmond... Emannel 107 231 Bcrieeu Effingham ??? 193 87 Stewart Fayette 412 703 Bumpier Forsyth 454 73! Talbot FloydT. 326 134 Taliaferro.... Frankfin 372 1040 Tamall Gilmer 219 511 Telfair Glynn 92 23 'J homaa Greene 780 132 Troup Gwinnett 779 761 Twiggs. . . Habersham 323 967 Union 237 Hall,. 8*9 6*7 Upson 643 Hancock 514 330 Ware 187 Harris 145 464 Walton 544 Heard *93 436 Warren 644 Henry *5* 819 Washington 629 Houston 649 723 Wayne 839 Irwin II 322 Walker 447 Jackson 892 662 Wilkes 430 Jasper. . . 437 436 Wilkinsou 387 Jefferson.. 579 108 I Total 421C4 Clay. Plk. 397 455 627 15 335 121 179 190 286 179 \V 362 1254 331 245 32 417 256 . 127 114 688 920 . 218 34 707 3 IK 099 980 543 241 . 218 2>I4 871 351 157 735 224 64! 271 1113 414 911 . 386 67 . 338 64 198 . 348 267 487 . 388 467 Polk's majority. Clay. Plk.'*?*' Clay Plk. Autauga 475 633 Limestone 325 964 Baldwin 149 120 Lowndes 710 678 Bsrbonr 1113 860 Mieon 1087 626 Benton 373 13(2 Madison 357 1726 nibb 440 496 Marengo 726 634 i Blount *4 774 Marion 120 638 Butler 666 40> Marshall - 162 875 Chambers 1148 936 Mobile 1103 1347 Cherokee 346 944 Moigan 271 6*2 Clarke 232 611 Monroe 467 349 Coif e 142 314 Montgomery 10)6 836 Co-ecnh 44 1 277 Perry, 869 849 , Coosa 400 796 P ekens 892 9^7 1 Covington 148 139 Pike.... 862 768 > Dale 209 6'C Randolph 288 747 Dallas 864 722 Russell 736 62l DeKalb 207 700 Shelby 511 472 Fayette 153 796 St. Clair 46 644 Franklin 498 1079 Sumter...- 927 1061 ilreene 1097 819 Talladega 633 851 llenry 367 446 Tallapoosa 728 704 Jarkson 87 1741 Tnsoloosa 902 961 Jefferson 261 484 Walker 170 442 Lauderdale, 474 919 Washington 273 279 Lewrenee........ 469 783 Wilcos ??? ??? .,. 48 5 629 Total Polk's majority / ; Miiaiiiirri. Clay. Plk. Clay. Plk ' Adam* 7>3 431 Lownde# 614 85"' Ami'* 419 331 Marion 68 13) 1 Attalla 176 305 Madison 611 486 Bolivar 35 61 Monro* 5)9 911 Copiah 4)7 649 Marshall 1035 1184 Covington 98 308 Noxubee 519 377 Choctaw 426 644 Neahoba 156 136 Chickasaw 366 632 Newtjs 143 170 Coahoma 143 162 Octibeha 241 345 Claiborne 434 429 Pike 232 444 Clark* 366 333 Ponola 439 408 Carroll 678 742 Periy 123 71 D*soto 67 1 709 Pontotoc 384 709 Frauklin 172 220 Rankin 311 406 Ur?*n 62 173 Smith 94 249 Hinds 1199 915 Scott 112 239 Harrison 103 169 Simpson 178 300 Hancock 37 127 Sunflower 7 14 Holmes 378 498 Tishemingo 480 100) Itawamba 368 825 Tunica 36 2) JrlTerson 364 333 Tallahatchie 179 218 Jon's 72 117 Tippah 692 1170 Jasper 210 403 Winston 201 473 J reason 17 216 Washington, 209 108 Kemper 291 313 Warren 922 307 Lawrence 94 345 Wilkinson 441 333 Lafayette 342 612 Wavne 102 93 Leak* 190 233 Yazoo 378 330 Lauderdale 256 631 Yallobnah* 719 895 Total Polk's majority. Louisiana. Clay. Plk. C?u. Plk Ascension..... .. 239 264 New Orleans 30K 2612 Avoyelles 189 264 Ouachita 106 206 Assumption 283 279 Plaquemines 37 1007 Bossier 39 103 Point Coupee .... 174 173 Caddo 210 133 Rand**... 419 586 Claiborne 196 *73 St. Bernard 183 84 Carroll 190 221 St. Charles 96 42 Concordia 188 95 St. James 331 181 Catahonla 243 304 St. Helena 154 222 Calcasieu 4* 128 St. Tammany 169 199 Caldwell 09 194 St. Mary 3)2 142 DeSoto...... .. 32 130 St. John Baptist... 142 113 ICast Baton Rouge.. 323 399 St. Landry 789 406 Kaat Feliciana ... 329 419 St. Martin 479 303 Franklin 134 138 Sabine 253 38:1 Iberville 233 215 Terrebonne 263 164 Jefferson 434 403 Tensas 137 10* Lafayette 193 399 Union.., 206 213 Lafourche Interior, 471 137 Vermillion 176 104 Livingston 100 229 Wathington 117 230 Madiaon ? 206 198 West Baton Rouge, 209 104 More boom 107 31 West Feliciana. .. 24 3 308 Natchitoches, 452 636 Total Polk's majority. TXXSIIItl. Kail Tennessee. Clay. Plk. Clay. Plk. Anderson 620 325 Johnson 370 79 Bledsoe 329 839 Knox.. 2013 507 Blount 1046 733 M'Minn 873 1061 | Bradley 378 95* M'igs 120 C20 Campbell 337 318 Marion 503 381 Carter 739 177 Monroe *59 1046 Claiborne 378 837 Morgan 211 232 Cocke 844 187 Polk 268 488 (hanger 998 348 Mhea 232 36* Green* 1031 17*1 Roane 9(W 735 Saw kin 1 173 1388 Setier 738 78 auiilton 614 624 Sullivan 330 1313 Jefferson 1563 217 Washington *81 1223 Total 18996 16717 Middle Tennessee. Clay. Plk. Clay. Plk. Bedford 1455 1326 Maury 1292 19*8 Cannon 31* 761 Montgomery 1271 1029 Coffee 2*0 1000 Marshall 633 1398 Davidson 2266 1683 Overton 386 1143 R-Kalb 4*6 491 Robertson 1193 871 Dckaon 339 706 Rutherford 1730 1300 60 456 Smith 2328 788 Franklin 351 1133 Stewart 319 704 i!'1*?. 13*7 Sumner 881 2017 n*?,n 503 732 Van Buren 116 190 Hickman 253 |0)t Warren 333 1190 Humphreys 303 323 Wayne 663 446 J*?1"?11 1311 867 Whit* 857 468 <* .347 Williamson 19*6 *39 Cineola *5* 2494 Wilson 2607 1042 ToUl 27039 30905 _, West Tennessee. "a 'Si h.vwms Carroll..., 1356 594 M'Nairy 713 741 B>"-- ?? ,136 271 Madunu 1357 768 ''?} Ub'0? 2D* J* U1"',' 1J30 6U Perry 744 5IS Hardeman 689 1077 Shelby 1485 1359 Handerang 13*9 493 Tipton 390 308 ?? "I? Weakley 308 1*64 TOT..;. .7.. *. Recapitulation. M/M7 Midair I hio?.m ^7 93, 3,9^ WcmTmimun 1229i Toul. Clay's onjoriiy., U3 KKKTUCKY. CUu Plk. vS*,r J<* 699 Jessamine Aleo 401 635 Johnson Ander?oi, 281 512 Kei.ton . Ballard 282 4(10 K1101. . . Barren 1306 1108 Lewis I.'"' 5 611 783 Liviugiton Boone ??8 712 Lincoln... Bourbon 1208 521 Lawrrnc. gov'j 617 352 Laurel Bracken 753 443 Larue. Hreathitt 129 231 Letcher Breckeinidgr, 924 464 Logai ?a| ?V 331 290 Louisville City.. Bullitt 528 436 Mason !?? 108 Madison J arroll, 382 370 M.rshall ?U Marion I 1' 190 *>6 McCraektn Calloway 201 772 Meade Campbell 358 618 Mercer... Christian.. 1122 825 Montgomery Llay 335 92 Monroe CJ'.'rke "6 314 Morgan Clinton 262 315 Muhlenberg Critlend n 284 3119 Nelson... .. Cumberland 590 167 Nicholas . Daviess 8(18 622 Oh o i?dmonion 171 211 O dham Kstill 392 216 Owsley Fayette 1695 821 Owen Franklin 816 634 Pendleton Fleming 1113 771 Pike Floyd 190 310 Pulaski Oarrsrd 1128 229 Perry Gallatin 348 351 Russell Greenup 593 385 Rockcastle, Green 827 1042 Scott . Grant 396 493 S.mp.on Grayson 432 383 Shelby Graves 386 884 Spencer Hardin 1095 702 Todd Harlan 334 75 Tiigg H?rt... 579 558 Trimble Hancock 277 213 Union Harrison 859 975 Wayne, Hnderion 719 638 Warren... Hickman 304 Ho kiut 701 Jtfferson 1092 Clay. Plk. 616 469 79 256 687 920 5119 164 506 543 124 327 769 335 317 315 384 124 382 333 43 159 1107 374 2435 1662 100s 799 12112 633 91 600 715 737 250 195 6 Ml 223 557 985 673 597 451 473 247 512 657 489 1326 608 677 703 601 513 426 562 165 129 485 937 530 251 218 708 113

84 431 178 451 73 803 938 . 455 418 1111 796 469 508 406 557 651 268 507 581 535 312 1132 687 669 709 431 99 730 473 6J262 51980 51980 Clay's majority, 9282 Clay. Polk. Bir. A<l?m? 1232 1611 87 Licking Allen....... 779 1062 9 Logan Ashtabula,... 3383 1123 537 Lorain Athene, 2030 1423 220 Lucas Belmont 3140 2821 181 Madison Brown, 1798 2342 130 Marion...... Bntler 2138 3546 61 Medina Carroll 1701 1384 140 Meigs Chimpaigu .. 2069 1409 32 Mercer Clark 2477 1153 43 Miami Clermont... 2189 2627 105 Monro* Clinton 1736 1137 172 Montgomery. Columbiana.. 3416 3743 217 Morgan Coshocton... 1885 2281 60 Muskingum.. ''rawford... 1197 1734 8 Ottawa, Cuyahoga... 3331 2388 312 Perry D-rke 1408 1409 23 Paulding.... Delaware ... 2348 2017 118 Pickaway... Krie 1438 126 1 65 Pike Fairfield 2112 3637 15 Portage Fayette 1229 878 67 Preble Franklin 2965 2498 72 Tutnam. ... Gallia 1481 937 31 hichlaud,... Geauga 2274 1101 233 Hoas Greene 2122 1380 126 Sandusky... Guernsey... 2746 2628 218 Sciota Hamilton ... 7201 8983 298 Seneca Hancock 907 1247 2 Shelby Hardin 510 495 6 Stark Harrison.... 2039 1730 195 Summit Henry 229 215 ? Trumbull... Highland.. . . 2148 2161 114 Tuscarawas.. Hocking 719 1289 2 Union Holmes 1142 2317 5 Van Wert... Huron 2364 2 <36 138 Warren Jackson 908 1016 13 Washington,. 2194 Jefferson... . 2385 2354 95 Wayne,.., Knox 2746 3324 134 Williams... Lake 1818 901 109 Wood 376 Lawrejice.... 1140 "*" Clay. Polk. Bir. 3500 3840 238 1625 1015 93 1956 1793 473 1167 881 12 1269 643 8 1425 14811 88 2045 1920 221 1311 880 41 423 812 4 2372 1657 113 1210 2548 114 3388 3101 83 2031 2077 Cl 4489 3196 86 241 233 9 1527 2273 X 63 192 2219 2012 10 800 836 16 2510 2247 244 2262 1526 70 451 697 X 3443 5571 ill 3321 2380 90 997 1214 12 1519 1095 1727 2316 41 1026 1014 26 2952 3575 76 2811 2050 181 3837 3344 738 2696 2358 35 1009 710 32 158 270 2822 1795 85 2194 1686 155 2759 3765 75 553 673 576 570 1 Clay's plurality 5940 INDIANA. Clay. Polk. Bir. Clay. Polk. Bir. Adams 198 296 ? Lawrence.. tniu 1085 3 851 20 Allen 86 1 849 ? Madison.... 813 ?.n ?i Bartholomew, 1035 1068 13 Marion 1715 1634 25 Benton 40 1 Mniiin orrr, 5|r, ? Blacklord... IT 205 3 Marshall.... 199 zx> 3< Boone,...... 816 071 8 hiiami ...... 369 517 ? Browii 59 432 ? Monroe 721 1118 12 Carroll 712 965 8 Montgomery . 1450 1521 8 C'SS 768 671 18 Morgin 1023 1078 24 Clarke 1132 1417 ? Noble 330 4 38 ? Clay 429 662 ? Ohio 193 168 ? Clinton 645 944 12 Orange, 707 1036 3 Craw foid ... 462 397 ? Owen 754 688 I Daviess 807 764 ? Parke 1:77 1329 12 Deal born,... 1616 1971 50 Terry 564 334 - D-catur 1275 1091 68 Pike 459 491 ? Dekalb 269 321 6 Posey 673 1134 ? Deawate... 940 732 3 Porter 311 305 14 Dubois, 229 501 ? Pulaski 123 124 1 Klkhart 758 964 1 rutnain 1540 1367 9 Fayette 1031 908 17 Kandolph ... 818 309 206 Floyd 956 981 ? Kichardville. 129 133 14 Fountain,... 947 1387 ? Kipley 1060 908 89 Kianklin 1325 1583 8 Hush 1580 1362 42 Fulton 314 308 6 Scott,...... 481 441 1 Gibson, 796 810 8 Shelby 1107 1312 7 Giant 353 423 197 Spencer 586 496 ? Greene 762 9ti9 ? Steuben 328 303 42 Hancock 7i9 7 36 2 St. Joseph .. 863 683 33 Hamilton 159 766 39 Sullivan 464 1221 I Harrison 1252 1144 ? Switzerland.. 961 lOtMi 8 Hendrick.... 1262 84 1 26 Tipprcanoe... 1550 1551 37 Henry 1458 1005 188 Tipton 100 119 ? Huntington.. 277 316 8 Union 682 672 60 Jatkson 66 1018 1 Vanderburgh. 675 556 1 Jasper 123 175 8 Vermilion... 787 762 ? Jav 331 352 42 Vigo 1515 856 ? Jeffersou 1815 1427 50 Wabash 601 575 19 Jennings 872 669 14 Warren 779 470 10 Johnson 659 1150 15 Warrick 391 850 - Knox 1079 821 1 Washington.. 1119 1660 5 Kosciusko... 623 553 5 Wayne 2321 1436 318 I.agrauge,... 590 4 57 38 Wells 185 306 3 Lake 1M 206 5 White 299 218 - Lapoite 1009 831 53 Whitley 222 237 Total 67867 70181 8108 67867 Polk'a plurality 2314 ILLINOIS. _ ? Clay. Polk. Clay. Polk. Adams 1280 1495 Lake 386 620 Alexander 81 138 Marian 182 722 Bond 564 622 Macoupin 611 974 Brown 329 551 Madison 1657 1196 Bonne 375 198 M'Donough 458 193 Bure>n 362 378 Venard 197 378 Cook 1117 *27 Mercer 410 321 Cms 176 92 Marshall 237 263 Champaign 178 191 Massac 165 398 Christian 182 216 Mnsnn. 2\> 251 Clark 625 756 Monlme '?? *" ' 5 Montgomery .....' 355 ?99 Morgan 1443 14X1 Monroe 304 748 M con 221 328 McHenry 493 668 McLean .586 477 Marquette 247 149 Ogle 595 383 Knox. Kane... Kendall. Cm.. . . Livingston... Total.... .. 176 92 . . 171 191 216 756 .582 199 327 448 196 268 178 361 242 551 881 .. 385 185 82 364 631 653 1537 1115 19 01 1246 U.6 .. 125 573 .. 747 1399 . 136 163 .. 428 294 . . 204 21 382 863 158 . 182 317 . 113 276 . 1514 152.5 689 . 7t8 1046 479 314 611 1036 251 , 66 1*9 81 120 1411 1456 - . .? . ,,,, XII 348 K.ffingh im 82 364 Putnam 117 278 Fraaklm 112 634 Perry lit 477 Fayette 411 653 Pulaaki 94 >08 . m m 166 387 Gnrae -i? .?*i Kaodolpn..V.713 771 Hamfllan 1X5 573 gcott 6 0 618 Hancock 747 1399 Shelby 315 683 H,rj'0 36 165 St. Clair ion 1945 Henderson 421 291 Schuyler 610 743 Iroquois 204 2 1 Stephenson 483 465 Johnson 32 382 Tazewell 1911 (28 Jefferson 227 163 Union 94 617 Jersey 333 158 Vermillion 869 768 Jackson 182 317 Wabash 479 315 113 276 Washington 154 5(5 Jo Daviess... ??-?? ? 736 711 171 766 159 342 'side 3(4 _5M Ml 45579 51345 45679 a u I- ? **!&*? Majority om Clay 11794 Abolition Vote 3374 Missouai. Clay. Plk Adair 204 450 Mecon Andrew 384 941 Mtdisoa Audrain 175 1(3 Marion. B*"y I43 471 Mi||? g?7 206 307 Monroe Bnchinan 599 1162 Montgomery ... Benum 252 (61 Mnrgan Camden 79 Caldwell. 129 Charilown 311 602 Pettis.. Clara 223 220 Pike,... y.'T 765 552 Folk . . R*de 255 rl90 Kipley., SIX 446 St. Charlca,.. 57 208 St. Clair Franklin. 386 796 Ft. Francois,.. Gasconade 7 326 St. Genevieve 15| 117 gt Louis.... Umndv 346 365 Saline 'nry 280 283 Fcnland "? ? 125 378 8c,.?t Uwis 3811 4113 Washim Lincoln .578 Ml Wayne. Una 269 494 Wright Livingston 198 351 Total Polk's majority Clay. Plk . 127 457 183 391 1017 721 74 366 732 578 350 239 761 514 . 298 208 . 189 6*3 76 345 . 120 434 1386 463 . 218 319 . 061 809 636 324 322 .471 731 266 4?0 503 . 177 342 301 234 245 3688 3349 446 442 18(1 271 209 32.1 2*17 413 364 341 613 588 86 m 97 486 31251 41309 31251 101II _ MICHIIiN. Clay. Plk. Bir. Clay. Plk. Bir. Allegan 223 243 ll Caperr 199 502 garr>' 228 249 1G Lenawee 2177 2272 228 B?rr'en 313 828 35 Livingston... 687 10311 108 Branch 644 888 89 Macomb 963 1359 110 Calhoui 1357 1528 226 Mackinaw... 43 100 ? J-jM* 760 715 59 Monroe 870 1283 48 Chippewa... l| _ _ Oakland .... 2225 2831 377 China* 255 283 19 Ottawa 42 116 17 CMon 110 376 61 faginaw .... 107 101 2 W3 ?B 183 Bliiawaaaee.. 300 269 96 Hillsdale 958 1081 212 St. Clair.... 569 617 27 Ingham 132 141 45 St. loseph.. . 935 976 81 '?"!a HI 398 59 Van Bureu... 27 1 350 16 Jackson 1302 1389 175 Wayne 2315 2737 192 K alamazoo... 932 828 276 Washtenaw.. 2147 8549 386 Kent ........ 476 561 33 lotal 21137 27587 3638 21137 folk's Majority 3450 AHKSNIil. Clay. Polk. Clay. Polk. Arkansas '80 93 Monroe ... gmdley 144 154 M-dison 63 366 Benton 96 351 Newton 16 140 Conwav 97 288 Ouachita 220 181 Ciawlord 3117 505 Pulaski 438 628 Crittenden 109 |29 Poi>e 241 308 Llark 171 2 7 Phillips 280 276 chieot 210 168 Party 33 65 Desha. 127 55 Poinsett 29 171 Franklin 146 261 Randolph.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 59 311 Green.... 37 206 Sevier 114 301 H-nips lead... ,7, HotSpringsfcM,;,;,: 109 Valine... !! j . tfomery Scott * * * ^'9 Jndependence' 'i" 837 Si. Kraocoi. 35 J'Thrson. C W ? 269 Jackson .'2? H7 Van Buren 2!j "9 Johnson "' "I Wsshiiietoii '2' Lafayette... '*? <31 White 729 Lawrence ... .?? 70 Vail #6 123 Total.112 *' 249 woo 9516 5500 Polk's Majority 4016 RECAPITULATION OF THE ABOVE. Clay. Polk. Birney. Maine.. 31,378 15 719 4,836 New Hampshire 17,866 27,160 4,161 Vermont ' 26,770 18,011 3.954 Ma'sachusetts 67,418 52,846 10,860 Rhode Island 7,322 4,867 5 Connecticut 32 832 29,841 1,913 New Vork 232,482 247,588 15,812 New Jersey 38,318 37,495 1 11 Pennsylvania '1" 161.203 167,535 3,133 Delaware 6 2.8 5,971 Maryland, 25,984 32,676 *.. Virgii ia 44,790 50.683 Ohio 155,057 149,117 8,050 Kentucky 61,262 51,980 North Caroiina 43,232 39,287 .. . South Carolina, (f lection by Le?ulature.) Georgia 42.104 41,048 Alabama 26 035 37 197 Indiana 67,867 70,181 2,106 Illinois 45,579 58,315 3,570 Mil liigan, 21.137 27.587 3,638 Mississippi 20,127 25,907 ... Tennessee 60,030 Louisiana 13,083 13,782 .. Missouri 31,251 *'??*? ??? Arkansas,. 5.500 9,546 ... Aggregates 1,300,885 1,338,985 62,201 Polk's plurality over Clay 38,100 Polk less than Clay and Birney 24,105 Aggregate yoie actually pol eil, 2,702,074 Estimated vote of South Carolina 50,000 Whole vote of the country 2,752,074 In the above statement the vote lrom South Carolina is not included. As the electors Irom that Siate are cho sen by the Legislature, no strictly accurate return can he given. The democratic majority has been variously estimated from ?0 to 2.5.000, and this estimate has been based upon the position of parties in that State lor yearn past. It is net eertein that there would have been even ?20 000 demociatic majority in a contest between Clay and P.'Jk. If a Northern tsriff man had been run instead ol Clay, and halthe elect iou been by the people, the demo crats would have secured, probably, 20,000, and, perhaps, 25 000, but between two Southern men, both slavehol ders, and both, in fact, in favor of Texas, it ia very questionable vvhe her one would have received 20,000 more than the cither The supposed ultra free trade opi nions oi Polk, would vary likely have given 15 000 votes more to him thin to Cluy, but we do not Re lieve that any thing else would have given him n greater majority, luthiiview we exclude lrom our statement an estimate of the South Carolina vote, leaving to the public the opportunity of being right or wrong in the matter. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald ] Baltimore, Feb. 5,1846. Singular Trial in Baltimore?Slandering among the ituc. Mr. Bennett?It has become proverbial in this comuiunry that you herald the most interesting matter* occurring in this city, sooner than they are found frequently in our local papers, and hence your paper is eagerly sought after by all classes of people. As this is a fact, I beg leave to notice a moat interesting trial now pending before one of our courts, innsmucli as 1 apprehend we shall not have any details of it through the Baltimore press, some of them modestly declining to notice it, and others fearing it might be offensive to some of the parties. I allude to the case of Mrs Mary Barney, widow of the late Com. Win. Bedford Barney, against Hon. John Barney, charging htm with having " is sued" certain matters derogatory to her character for chastity. The issuing of the libellous matter consisting in his writing a letter, in which he re ferred to a letter written by the complainant's hus band, during his lifetime, to a reverend gentleman (not an Onderdonk,) in this city, detailing circum stances relative to his "unhappy married life," in which it is alleged that either (Jen. , ot this city, or a Mr. , of Now York, are supposed to be the fattier ot his wife's first child. The argu meat so far, has been (occupy;ng some days,) as to the admissibility of certain letters in testimony ; and when the court shall decide these points, and the case shall come up before the jury, it is expect ed to present a rich case. The parties to this suit, standing as they do, from connexion, at the head of our social circles, much interest is awakened in the matter. Gen. ?, of this citv, now dead, is associated in the memory ot all Baltimore; and the gentleman of New York, implicated, stand* equally prominent in your city and State. The prosecutress is a daughter ol Judge Chase,deceased, whose legal acquirements, long and useful public life, rendered him immortal in history. The de fendant, Mr. Barney, is equally well known, not only from his being a descendant of oae of the proudest and most cherished families, but from Ins own courteous deportment, liberality, and princely entertainments. You may remember hia fite at Saratoga Springs a summer ago. The court is daily crowded by all the heads of the city, and the widow and her daughter, who are deeply interested in the case, are also in atten dance?greatly to the surprise of many persons.? Well, this ia not to be wondered at, as the lawyers, (and they are eminent,) prattle a good deal about "chastity of the bridal bed," " betrayal of fideli ty," '* bastardy,** and all the terms known to the law books in reference to the matter at issue. P. 8. Since writing the foregoing, the trial ha* been suddenly and unexpectedly brought to a close I'he jury have the case, and will return a sealed verdict to-morrow. Damages are laid at $100 000 Feb 6 ?The jury returned a verdict lor the com plainant, awarding her one cent! Cnarles H Pitts and Robert .T. Brent, counsel for complainant; Messrs. Schley. N. Williams, and Ingram, (this latter of Philadelphia, and a relative to the par ties.) counsel lor defence. O. P Q. Met, ANCHOLY AND MURDKROT'S AFFAIR?Thomas Bird, Esq , is no more; he died on Saturday even ing last. His death was occasioned by a wound raceived at the hand,of James Minor, who shot him through with a pistol hall on Saturday evening, the 18th Inst., at Cale donia. Mr. Bird had a law-suit with Minor.concerning which the latter was displeased, and had threatened to ?hoot him, which he actually accomplished, as stated above. After committipg the foul deed, he made his es eapa, and is still at large. The friends of Bird have of fared (100 for Minor, if taken in the Statu, and (400 it apprehended out of the Sate. He Is about 31 yean oi age?A feet, 10 or I] inches high?will weigh about 1(0 pounds?dark hair, and disposed to curl?blue eyes, and very florid complexion. Hia hair stands up straight before, leaving his forehead bare. Mr. Bird was one of our most respectable citizens, and has passed away from us universally lamented. He has left a widow and six children to mourn his sudden end distressing death.? Btlltvue, Mo., Letter, Jan 46. Another PatriotGonr.?Died,in East Hartford, Ct., on the 7th inst.,Gideon Olmsted,aged 96 years Mr. Olmsted, in the year 1776, went out in a privateer, and was taki.n by an Knglish man of-war, and carried in to Jamaica. Here he was put on board of an armed Kng lish trading vessel, with directions that ho ahonld be placed in t le prison ship at New York, He hail already two brothersun hoardef that ahip, snd they died there ? On his paasagu to New York, he and three othrra rose upon the ere v of the vets"', an 1 subdued tlirm. He then brought the vessel into Little F?g Harbor, in N Jersey A Pennaylvania privateer took ttie veaael while foming into the harbor, nod claimed the prize, which Mr. Olm sted considered as the property of himself and associates A suit followed, which lasted many years, and Anally re sulted in the recovery of shout half of her value, by Mr. O. and hia aijoeijtea ? Hartford Timet, Death of Hon. Moses Warkkn ?It bits b? eome our painful duty to announce the sudden de, ease of our estimable fellow-cittern, Moaes Warren, fie expired laat night, at ten o'clock, in a audden attaok of coughing, without a moment's warning, and without an apparent struggle?Trey Budget, At. 7. Trip on tile Ohio River. [Correspondence of the Herat'1.] Ohio Rives, (Bound Down) ^ Via Wheeling, tec., Feb 1, 1845. The Weather?Passengers?Airival at Brownvi/U? Br ad docket Field?Particular* of the Battle ? Death of General Braddock ?Washington's Suc cessful Hetreat?Pittsburg?Departure from ? Punctuality of Boats on the Western Rivers? Preparations to receive Col. Polk on his way to Washington?Great Enthusiasm Anticijxiled. On leaving Cumberland, the weather, which had been very fine east of the mountains, suddenly charged. Dark clouds came dashing over the mountains from West North-West. As we as cended the first inclined plane, of twelve miles, toward Frostburg, the air became colder and the wind stronger at every step. When reaching near the first summit, the peaks in every direction were covered with a coat of snow. The wind was sweeping and howling with fearful force aloFg the deep valleys and gorges on either hand, laehiiiR the frozen tree tops into crackling waves, causing them to send forth deep and mournful sighs over the desolation caused by hoary winter. The broken black clouds came flying swiftly by, like rnistt spirits of the air, speeding their course towards some grand convocation of their nnrevealed order. The farther wo went, the. co der it became, till perfect warmth, inside the coach even, was out ot the question. " Far West" was constantly out at every stage, talking to the driver, now and then taking a horn and puffing a cigar. He at one stand offered to bet the driver he could heat his hornet on foot f ur the first mile. He all the time seemed ill at easj inside ; his green blanket coat not being a sufficient protection against the cold blast 01 wind, to which he would have been exposed 01 the box, beside the driver, his favorite place oi riding. He amused himself, however, by telling John Bull some most extraordinary stories abou scenes and adventures in the Western wilds, whicl 1 have not time to repeat. He complained oi having his legs awfully cramped among the greai complication of interlocked limbs, the respectivi owners of which scarcely recognised their owi property in 'he general intlle. "Far Wcsl"declared if he had much farther to go, " his limbs wouli. rema'n in the position in which he was sitting; and, instead of walking,he would have to leapforwarr like a kangaroo " At the end of this remark, at elderly gentleman, on the middle seat, lost his ba lance in a snooze, end falling Jorward, lodged hi face and head und< r a lady's bonnet, who sat opposite to him on the front seal, bringing the disc of his own face in diree contact with hers, which brought a suddei exclamation of surprise from the lady, bep ging the intruder to mind how he nodded. Th< plunge and the scream aroused the sleeper, who 01 perceiving the somnnmbaliticliberty be had taken becged pardon in the most poliie and sincere terms Tbisiuctdent brought out"FurWost," who wonder ed how any mortal man could ever sleep in such i place, packed together as close as figs in a drum And even if a man made nods where ladies wer present, they should he done at a respectful dis tance. For his part, he could no more sleep in sucl> a closed up box, than he could sitting on the em of a Mississippi sawyer, which might give him cold bath every time it went down." On wc rolled, however, leaving milestones be hind us, till we were set down at Brownsville. 01 theMonongahala.filty mileseast of Wheeling. Hen we divided our company "FarWcsf'andthe Eng liahman posting on to Wheeling, and the rest us taking a steamboat to Pittsburg. "Far West' bid me a cordial larewell. urging me 10 call am see him, declaring, in return, that it he ever wen back to Gotham, he would find me if he had t( s?arch every street and lane in the city, until h< treed me. Our boat proceeded sixty miles dowi the ltiver,when we came to Braddock's Ripples, a it is called, close to which, and within twelv miles of Pittsburg, on the Moriongahaln, is Brad dock's Field, where thut celebrated General wn defeated, it is remarkable for being the first bm lie around of General Washington. The ground which skirt the river which runs from the tou:l northward to join the Alleghany at Pittsbnrg, ar< for a fr-w hundred yards on its east side compara tively level. It then rises quite abruptly inn? ir irregular and broken chain ot hills On the brow of a high hill that completely overlooks the opei ground on its side near its base, and the levr ground between it and the river, the French an* Indians were drawn up iu ambush to nwait the a. preach of General Braddock, who, with Col Wash ingtop, were m rchiug down the river for the put pose of attacking Fort Duquesr.e, one of the fort: detachi which the French < tsigned to < xtend Iron Canada to Louisiana This chain of military pott the English designed to break up for ihe protectim itiH security of their then thirteen colonies. When Braddock's forces had gained the narrov plain between the river and the hill, the Frenel and Indatis came down upon them from the hd like au avalanche. Braddock formed his men it European order, contrary it is said to the advice ol Washington, who proposed to fight the enemy ii the Indian mode of warfare Braddock attemptei to ch arge the enemy on the brow of the hiliamids a murderous fire, when he fell, mortally wounded. Tliecommind then falling on Washington, ufiet the day was lost, in order to avoid being out flanked and totallv cut off, conducted a successfu retreat, bearing cfi Gen Braddock on n litter, whi when entering the mountains, and just alte crossing the summit of Laurel Hill, expired neat a small stream, called Braddock's Run, where hi: grave is still pointed out close on the side of tin national road This de/eat aroused the energies o' the English nation, which never slept till boll Canada and Fort Duquesnefell beneath their arm* The French and Indians wire stationed on the hii above where the smull^ house is now seen. Brad dock's forces were first attacked on the plain where the tall trees are seen near Ihe river. Th< hardest fighting took place about the ground now occupied by the house and field, on the side of thi hill. The farmers of the neighborhood, even y< t occasionally find balls, buttons, pieces of swords fire-lo<ks, bayonets, &e. Braddock's grave is in a depression of the mrun tains, just after crossing Lourel Hill, (the lis ridge of the Alleghariies, going west.) He is bu ried in, or near the old national road, which run: just in the rear of th" inn and the large oek tree, to which there is a wooden board nailed, with th> simple inscription ot "Brnddoek's Grave" on it His body is supposed to have been interred in tin old road, just in the rear, and opposite to. the largt oak mentioned. It is said the re:reating American and English adopted the plan ot burying him di rectly in the road, in order that his remains mtpfi not be discovered by the Indians. The presen Nntional Turnpike, or MoAdmized road runs it front ol the " Hrmfdock House" the name < f (h< inn, and, nlso, of the Inrgr tree. Grant's Hill, in the rear, is so called in honor o Col. Grant, an English officer, who captured For Duquesne, long subsequent to Braddock's deleat, by occupying the hill, w Inch completely ovef-jookei and commanded the fort. Fort Pitt passed Iron the English to the Americans in ihe Revolutionary war. This town now contains a thriving and manufac turing population of forty or fifty thotissttd in habitants. Good soft coal sells at ihree cents pe bushel. Iron is the staple production. Steam en gines and steamboats arc built in great numbers A great variety of other manufactures are carrier on,?the town having a cloud of smoke resting over it, all the time, like a pull. Its hotels .ve good, and its trade very considerable. The hour is late,?the night, cold and dark ? Large quantities of iee are floating down 'he river Our boat is now moored at Beaver, where I "-ill bid you good night Sandy Hook Fsbkpary 2,1H45 I am descending this stream as f ast as steam wil propel the boat amidst II >ating fields o* Ice To a mau accustomed to th-- punctuality ol Eastern boats, the onmeanii g promises ol steamboat cm - tains on the western rivers as to the time of de parture, prove exceedingly vexatious. The boat on which I left Pittsburg yesterday was on ihe eve of starting direct for Cincinnati nearly all day, an* it was not till after dark that she actually put < fl She then went to the town of Beaver, where she remained till thia morning, having actually made 29 miles. It was said the captain had a wile rot ding in Beaver, which explained the cause of de tentioi). The leading democratic committees and men, tre making great preparations in all the town through which Col. Polk is expected to pase, in order to receive him. Pittabuig, Wheeling, Ctn cinnati, and Louisville, will make the most exci ting and animated demonstrations on his arrival at each place. Old cannon are being burnisher tin; taverna and public houses are being brufher up; carnages, stagts, and coaches are cleaning Committees of arrangements, ot invitation, 9cc , have already departed to intercept turn. Snmi three hundred people, it is supposed, will cross the mountains in his train. A magnificent .carriage, built expreaaly for his private use, is daily expected in Wheeling from the East. He can nde quietly and comfortably in it, enjoying bis own contem plations. free from the intrusion ot office seekers, ifcc. Trie Colonel will be warmly greeted ana cheered by ths people wherever he appears, in spite ot his own desires for privacy, on his transit to the capital. The residents of the townu border ing the stage road from Cincinnati to Wheeling, are praying for the river to be deed by ice, in order that the Colonel may be under the necessity of taking ^Springfield, Columbus, and Zauesville, in his passage. The inhabitants of the river towns are equally anxious lor the river to keep open. Great doings are. exciiement in the West. Look out for a faithful account of the principal events in this extraordinary tour ot our new and popular President?hailed, as he will be, by the hearty hnzzas of the people at every point of his route. Yours, respectfully, Sand* Hook. Interesting to Office Beggars.?We take the following items ot interest to office beggars from the western pa|>er8 of the latest dates. [Prom the St. Louis Era, Jan. 59.] Mr Polk will leave Sinilhbu.1 at the month of the Cumber laii'i, on hi? way to Washington City, next Sun day Thti tine steam-r Mountaineer w ill take him and his family up the Ohio River. We advise all our office leakers to take passage on thu Mountaineer. [From the Wheeling Argus. Feb. 4 ] We observe by the Cincinnati Enquirer, that in answer to the invitation ot liiu democracy ot the Queen City of the West to visit them on his way to Washington, the President, in a letter ila'ed the -JO h January, intimates that lie will leave Nashville on the 1st instant (Saturday lam) and proceed by boat wi h the u?ual facilities, it is Iris desire to travel as othar citizens do, with ut pomp or parade ; but he will accept the hospitalities af the people on the way. It is probable he will be in Cincinnati on the 7th or Sth and rntiy be experti-d hi re on Monday or Tuesday next. Our friends may now make theii calculations to meet thx nation's choice for the highest office in the world, and have a f-hak-. hands with him on his arrival here. Ws hope to sec many of our country f iends? thoie who stood firm, in the late struggle, in the maintenance of their rights?joining with us in our mutual gratulatiens on the occasion. In tespect to the route which the President will take, we make the following cxtrcct from a letter received a few days unce :?He says, that "on reaching Wheeling 1 will coniorm to the wishes oi my friends, but desire that there may be no conflict of arrangement*?on different parts of tire route Mr H. P. Flenikeu of Uniontown, and Mr Gvoigu W. Thompson of Wheeling, have ad dressed me on the subject, and tendered a coach connect ed with the Nutionnl itoad line of atagaa Ami Wheeling to Cumberland. I huve written to,them a* I da la yau, that I leave the arrangements to It* mail*, entirely la my friends If the ice does not obstraet than* I reach Wbeeiing.it may be that I will aacend the rtvar to Pittsburg, nnri thence go either by waiter to Brawaa ville, or over land to Washington Pa., aa lay islands may des re." The ladies of the City of Wheeling arc respectfully sa bcited, on her arrival to call on Mi s. Polk, at tha Virgi nia Hotel. Parlors will he provided for their aceammo dation, und arrangements made tor their intreductioa. [From the Cincinnati Republican ot Feb. 6] Wc learn from the papers that the President and suite had marched as fur us Nishville, without impediment irom the office-sei k< r.*, on Thursday last. It is thought that they will not reach here bctore Saturday. A com mittee ot three, scccm|>anied by u gun iquad, have gone to Louisvilte to n.ert Mr. Polk, and make arrangements lor his reception here Supreme Court United States, Feb 7.?On motion of Mr. iteverdy Johnson, Philip Williams, jr. Erq. ot Virginia, wus admitted an attorney and coun sellor of this couit. No. 16.5 Harriet L Catchinga vs. the United States et el | Appeal from the Circuit Court, U. S for the Southern District of Mississippi. On motion of Mr Attorney Gen eral 'his appeal w#> docketed and dismissed. jNo 66. The State of Maryland use of Washington county, plaintiff in error, vs. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. The argument of this cause was continued by Mr. Spi ncer for the plaintiff in error, and by Mr. Nelson (Attorney General, U. 8 ) for the defen dant in error. A'J OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO , I NKW YORK, Feb. 3, 1845. > T nil Election held this dav for Directors orthi? Institution, for the canning year, the following gentlemen were elected inch Director*:? Thomas W. Thorne, Elislia Riggr, Thomas T. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B R. Robson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen, Moses Tuck r, James E Holmes, John R. Dtviaon, John P. Aloore, John H. I.ee,. Wm, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P Sage, Eugene Bogart, John C Mernlt, Robert Smith. At a subsequent meeting of the Board THOMAS W. 1HORNK, Esq., was unanimously re-elected Pr sident. flee GEO. T. HOPE, Secretary READ WHAT SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL HAS DONE. [.From tie Albauy Daily Knickerbocker ] vYsst l'i,or, June3, 1841. T^HIS IS TO CERTIFY, that Willard J irks. Proprietor of *? West Troy Enhance Hotel, having heeu afflicted with .lea1 nets in one ear, for the last twenty year*, and in rlie other or the last year, so that it was impossible lot me to hear the loudest voice and after trying vari-us remedies without impro ving iny hearing in the least, I wavindtned to tryScaipv's Com pou d Acous'ic Oil, for the cure of Dealness, and it is with <real satisfaction I am enabled to state that >t has terfectly re stored my hearing, and. will be happy to see any person who t ithes for information in relation to my case, st my place in West Troy. WILLARD JENK9 The followingcertiflcate was addressed to Messrs. A. B. Ik D. Sands, to whou the parties are known :? Nt* York, Oct. 10, 1844. Mkssrs. Sands?Gentlemen?The following statement ol the beneficial effects produced by the use of Scarpa's Acoustic Oil ? in my daughter, I send you as an act of justice, that others may have positive facts to convince tlieui of its value and effica cy. She was nearly dvaf for two years, aud could only be male to hear by speaking very loud. I puicha?fd one bottle, which was used accordii g to the pr uteil directions, and before a quar er part of the bottle was applied, a hard substance was dischar ged from ihe ear, aud soon after the hea-ing in bcth ears was completely restored It is now almost a year siuce the cure was -ffecteJ, and it is now proved to be a |>erfeet cure Further par ?iculars can be ohtaiii-d by those interested by csllingatmy house, ISo.84 Esses street. B. V. WARING. Try it and nt. Cl'RRD?It it without doubt one of the neatest aflluturns that can befal us to become deaf. 1 his mis fortune in yea* a past has bung with double weight ueon the af llicte.i fro n the eonvicti..n Mat uothttig ci ulu lie liop^d. even from the t o?t phvticiant. However wafeel muchgratified that sr are a' le to offer to the public a certain letnedy for thia mis fn Mine, in Scan a's Oil and at the tame time to lav before them positive evidence ol the great virtue of this medicine. We make lie foi'on mg short rittr ct from a letter upon this suhj ct Irom imedical gentl-man in one of the eastern cit es:?" Yes, sir, Scarpa's Oil, in effecting cures as well as in affording telief, is cert inly working w niFrs " Sold,b> A. U at D. -and*, wholesale agents for the propnt tors. No. 79 Fulton street, 77 t ast Broadway and 373 Broad way. ft lm*ec SUiM lilMJUrr AND SUGAR CRAOK.EKS. |9HK Subscriber wishes to make known to the Public, that ? much i f ti e Rttcuit and Crackers which are sold ia thin ? I V - above naOMS, nrs entirely different from the Soda i. < ait ai I Sagnj Crackers made ?i his Bakery ; which have w (! t sod by invalids, particularly those who anffer from indi estiot, fur intra then twenty years with the best results t vhi'e the imi".-', >s, which can be made fown less price, though eihapsjrood for n iv-nog in health arr wholly uufit lor toe ick Tec shore Biscuit sad Crackers, also Batter Biscuit, Vice Biscuit. Butte: Crack ts, Wster Crackers, Pilot and Vary Breed ill of th- first quAlitJ, t/e consttatlT for sale at be well known OtUtbltSbme*: *7' VV i,shi?Tto-i street. purser of Vnrree Strwt rirtJSAIM riUCADWELL. ?98 Sm?--e AMERICAN HAIR DYE ilTARRKNTED, if strictly applied according to direction. "Y to change the hair from any otbec color to a lieautiful ? ebttrn or p needy jet black, without staining or irritating the skin, like otler Hair Bye* , * Prepared only by Dlt JaYNE, No. 30 South Third street, Philadelphia. PtieeMcenis Sold by the Agents, A. B It D. Siml Drnggi'ts No. 7b Fulton street, 373 Broadway, 77 East Uroidwsy. j28 1m* m TABLEAU AND FANCY BALL /NOSTIJM KB?Tlie only Costume Warehouse, when Ladies Vy and < Irntlemen can be completely equipped for Marquerades, FtbleuM. or Fancy Balls, is at S? PRINCE STREET, Near Niblo's Garden. ' ostumes for Parties of fifty or one hundred persons, sent on liirr to any r*rt of the United States. Letters promply attended o. jal lm*rc kST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED. /7,t".I T I. KM EN OR LADIES haring any superfluous ? (? thirg a* Furniture to dispose of, can obti in the highest irhdi err, for the same, by sending for the subscriber, at nis -esiden '. Dene sfreei, No. 69, in the basement. M. S COHEN. PS. A line through the Post Office, or otherwise, will be ifomptl attended in d25 lm#rc _______ OFFICE OF RECEIVER OF TAXES,> Oi o Ai.ms Hops*:, I'akr. ( O' HSU ANT to the Act "for the Collection of '1 axes in the I City'f New York, passed April llt.h, 1843 " public notice ? brreoy given, that unless the Taxes now remaining unpaid, ?hall lis paid to me at my office, ou or before the fifteenth day if Februnry next, m addition of one per rent will be charged; uid a inrthrr nddoi m of oue tier cent wil I be chart-d on all neb Taxes remaining unpaid on the fifteenth day of March The present law requiring the Taxes to be paid to the Re reiver only, (the office ? f Ward Collectors having been anolish d,I all those wbo can inakr it convenient to p?v their Taxes ?arly, will find It greatly to their advantage to do so, thereby ivoiding toe crowd and delay which will necessarily occur for i- veial Jvvs previous to thr percentage heing charged. '1 he T ix Hills may be obtained on application at the office. Iff ce hours front 8 o'clock, A. M. until 3 o'clock r. ,M. H. T. KIF.R8TED, Js'tnMrl* rc Receiver of Taxes. tAJv a OK NEW () RL E A "v S?It egoist racket of Oth February ?'1 he SI lenilid fowl*", fast-sailing packet uNUKsship CORA, (. apt Wm. it. Garder, will |KMitively nil ? above her regular day. Prrsons wishing to embark should make immediate appliea wrf> r,,ot 01 Wj" """Joseph mcmurray. f4 100 Pine street, corner of South. Sl-GAR-tlhhd. mm* New g^-^o^e b^ M<e i?s4rtbs?sn

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