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The western Democrat. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1852-1870, August 19, 1856, Image 1

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■ale of ! at- 'J'lifir f-pt et- SUj.plv r-vE. / 2:1, ■M. '?/VI J JLm i im/ ..a t! • I r:.. ,t 1- i •1 I V. „ \ - Iv. '• . '1 ■ : ■ •, .i-: .d ill' II. , . .. I , ,1.-1, ■ f.- li It-'. !i; 1 • h. ■ - ,1 . ■ • 1 X I ! H iMN-' 1- f. J, M ; ;i'-. I. I..-:- r» ' ■ n tvv aU T. .1 l,. ,1' tt , >-1: 'I'i' ,■! I, : P’. 1, I'. [. ii', f IV' r I I. " H- iir*i " . n' tf ‘inn 0!^')' .;,r. A kyutn-n if, .al.-. ;■' lud’s Stor** 0“ ie streets* [e A P'aniily Papor, devoted to Stale Intellip^ence, llie Xovs of the World, Polilical Infarnialion. Southern Ilii^hts, A^^riculture, Literature, and 31i>ctilaiiy. ;;■ ■; :;l J : - : i:i>riMK ANii I'!.-'ii*i:n;r' T-r rj5,. ) CHARLOTTE, MECKLE?JBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. TUSXl-MS ^$2 PER ANNUM } In Advance. C^flioo OTX IMtXii-X Sti^oot, O.NE DOOR SOUTH OF SADL€R'S JI3TEL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1‘), 185G. (, VOI.UM K S. 3Sro^ Sox'los ^ xUMliliU 5. or'JT’iois 11 iiii; c;>fcrtt i’ ill0crat TEKM3 OF THE PAPER: ('too tlolhirs :i, in ^5b;iiur. .:n it nus. ;ri. .1. ( icaio, XZ>iross IMCfilioir, riirif Junis b*-l(iw Trotti-r's Carriaffi- Maiuifactoiy i tM.t UMA^TTt:. Ajiril 'il, —ly mis. \vfiai:ALAA, I3irOSS 3Vt0.l3L02r, (il(‘ l*4i*l-Ofli(‘- A i»in:ssi:.s i-it .-in.i * a iii.'i'l'- tiv tln‘ fi lc br:it> il A-85-’ iii>tli(Hl. and Avar- laiii' il to 111. BONNETS 'I'riiiiiii-'I in lln' latrr,t Mylf, at lllc .'t linticf. ( hat lilt-. I 't I) \'l. I'-.'f).—tt Ticlus of tijc Datt. THE ELECTORAL VOTE. The vote to lie cast by tin* several States for l'^t‘^idL■nt and Vice I’re.-ident, is us fol lows : S-IXTKK.N FREE STATES. Maine ir* N ew Hiiinji.'iiire,. Veiinoiit, Mas,~achiisetts, . . 1-i Kliilt> I~land,. ... I ('onnecticnt, (I N'l'w York, •>.') i r>ev,. n rtft-ntIv Ni-ilcd Ni '.v York, and >•- hi' iVoiii the >!il and 'l(':;aul rmindrs'I’t (■«'•. Ih-iici'. I'.Mj., A ijl ANlirV f'l' ji'riii iiiii! /,;:.lji:'iiablr(riii,ir, jii'i ]>an d to Oo.'^t :-3x3rlo, KiMi'' or wmi L Xxi- tl:io TO Tsai: vntiAL'. a lIAVi: .11 ST Iv’KCKI VKI» and ..p. n.-d tli.- *1 1 or Drni^s. .llcdiehie'^. (hcm- icals, Paints, Oils, Uiii- dow (flass, Puttv. ihe- StutIV, Pertur.ierv. 'I'oilet A*(i(ii‘s, vVc. A>e.vC^~;^i:vi:u offkii- ; 1:1) IN 'III IS .mai;ki:t. All >d wli..'h will lir Mijil at cx!/\/ji(Ii/ sli.iit ' ]iri>lits. |' >i- (• «. - II. 1 li- fij (• .Mi'Ki I riON—III I (I ii you w 11 Ilf iirti(dt s ' Ml my 111'*’, (mH. y-n sl.till lir s.itisrud, l)ulh 0 |)iicf .-iii'l ijii'tlilij. !• New J I'fnns\ 1 vania, ()liio, 1 luliuna, I llinois. M idii;.'an ' Vi.'Oon>in, . . . Iowa ('aliJuniia, ... . . i . .27 - .t-'M . ..i:{ ..11 .. G . . 5 .. I ... 1 17G Xece FIFTF.E.S .«! AVE ;-TaTF.S. l)ilawan- ,Mar\land, S Virginia, 1 Xnrtli (/andina,.. 10 Siiutli C;in>lina,.. d (:i nr;ria 1U I'loriila .'{ vMaliama ! Mi>sissi|)pi, 7 L'>ui>ian.‘i, 5 'I’lxas, 4 A HEROIC WOMAN. A passencrer f>n lii'ard the Xortlicrn Iinli- ana, whicli was recently burned on Lake Erii*. {ri’fs an account of the narrow escape of Cicero Fowler anil wife, of rally. '1 here was but one life-|>n server for Mr. F. and her hu>band; he insi.'t* d imperatively tli;it •she should put it on: she peremptorily re- r.xriiArx KuoM Tin: .-I'Kr.nt ok THE HON. JOHN W. CHRISFIELD, OK M I..\M>, An (/IJ-litu Hliiisnnd disrivi^uishedLain/t r D,'liv red at Sonursft, Md.. 17th July, “Mr. C’. said he would britliv n>s;^ii fused, saying slie was “ poor in health, and some uf the rea.sons whicli had brougr’it him his life was worth far more than her's !”— fo tin- deteraiinatit>n to support liuchauan Th- preserver havinir no strap, Mrs. F. tore mid Ilreekinridyi'. the hem from her dn s' and lastened it to ]!(.■ could not siipjiort Mr. Fillmore. He "rant tliat the fe;irful catastrophe of it" di"o|ution may be nvi rted! The eleetion of Fremont would be its death-knt ll. If his supjiorters are stronj; cnou^li t'l tdict him. tliev are al.o strouir * nou^!i ti> con .'lunmafe their designs of M'etional a/ di/.ement and >outh(‘rn liutniliation; anil in >plteifthe constitution, tiu'v will the powt-r of >1 a very in the States; they will exidudethe South from it.- just i';rhts in t!.e national domain, abolish slavery in the Di>triet of C'dinnbia. rep, nl the t'ii^iti\e-.-Iav** l>ill, anil ref ine to aiiniit new ^states into the Union unh“ss they re- averv. 'I'hat thesi* niea>ur«s her hu.'band, who she continued to enconr- w-'is a ."Upporter ot his admini.'tration : he J'udiato . ti, n ^,,,1 thoutrht it one of the ]>ure.-t and best which ' woul.l follow tho election of Fremont h» had a^e, rfavinj:; .slie coalil i.ol«i on to nun, ana ^ ‘ ^ t i i «i r i I’ - *= -111 triinsjiired in his time: and it it t-ould be no doubt: and wIhmi they did, the I nion it th(“ preservtT counl not sustain bot.i, ."lie be thou"-ht it was. he v.-otihl ■ v..>uld, and oui;;ht to be, tlitisohed. ’Fhesi' Tenniss-*‘, Kentucky, .Missouri.. ., Slave State Free “ 'I'otal vote, sarv to a would 'je the one to let go, and leave him to save himself. The tire wa getting hot ter and hotter. The water was tliiek with human bodies, struggling for lifi-; slie tore her bonnet, already on iin-, iiom her hee.d, and hand in hand with one .-he loved better than herself, took the dangerous leai». As ehoi'e'e' Mi* they IVorn the water, .Mr. I'owler :i6- si.sted his v»ife in piociuing :i good hold d ]-2 \'^ !l 4 .. ... 17)3 ‘.iix; their votes, nre unfriendly to llie South, re>pon.'-ibh* for all the c»>nse(iuciic-es wh'ch I mav fid'ow. I If the triend>’ of'Jlr. I'il’nioro ootild rea- • .sonahly calenlati* oti his elecfi,*n. or if the j content was between him and l>nf iiaiinn, he would have n.-thin.r to say. IFe should ume ' vote in .-ih nee according to his con' ictione [ Cong^ros.s to legi'late t>vi-r i d'propriety. fe»ding jissnred that, whether e 1 i-rritories ot the I iiited ! tht'oiu or t!ie otiier .succeede«l, the .substan tial intere>t'of the country—above «11, the safety of tin* Union—won’nl ]>o jueserved. r»ut the conti'st |s iu>t befw»*(*n tiiom ; anti his bi iug in the tield. at lea.'t iu the soutli- ern States, c;ni be }>rodnctiv«* of mischief only. While the iVee-soil interest-^ arc nil combined and combining, the South pre- si iits a diviiled front ; «U*feat and humilia tion are the certain consequ*nced »f these acts, if persrvi red in. 'Fhe contest I is between Mr. Fmchaiian and Fn'iiiont; asur« s. anti eaidi of ihi ni. ne*rativi> im- I'ortant ;to\i>ions td’ the eonstitution ])ret’er it ovi r all others. lit* had, too. been an tirdeiit admirer (tf .Mr. Fillmore jierson- ally. and if l.e i-ould regard liiin now as he ."-ei ted for the ^ee!Irity id the South, and ii ’ ,,iie »ir the *>tlu'r of these must succeed ; forait'rly had. he wi.uld perhaps prefer him per.'i.'ted iu an* just grounds ot .-e p.”. rat ion. ' jiiul, as between them, he held it to be thtf for t(ie higii i(rice which In' once tilled, over all others. i>ut he had chanired. I'he l>aii.i'ul Cone!u.'ion had been foreeil upon him that .Mr. Filhiiore was n-t now what he hail l>een. lie had become a member of a M'cret p.'litieal organization, dangerous in its tendeiicv, destructive of the fri'edom of V\ ' 1111 If; .1 rii liv. (- h:i l lotto. ■I.iillv, i't ■. li. \i. I’ln i'cn \fM). M. ,1). II liol'suit S\' Hituil I)riii'i'isf, (i IIA M r ii 1. o w, o 3. M ly ti, 1 — II ELECTIONS. "I'he following States ar‘ yet to h«dd tlieir l\lU (Mions pri;\ ious to the for the I’re.-idency : — Vermont. .. .Sept. 2 Pennsylvania ()ct. I I wave.' ralitornia.. .Se[»t. 4 »»liio ()ct. 11 MaiiH' U‘t. t> Indiana Oct. 14 (Jei.r^ia Oet. i J:^o. C'i'.rolina ()ct. 14 [■'iorida )et. rtsmoxtm.i: TAU.ouiNt;. 'I'I1I suh'i r11)1-r II rinuniici to the piililre -. ticrnlly, that he j ;^,,uth raroliua. i.-^ iiuw ri r iviiig a iar^o assort- luriit (it new I ir r>rcid;sville is the name of the coun ty seat of ihe new county of Calhoun—call- ( d so in honor of I’restou S. Brooks, of It is situated on the wa- ter.s of tiie Ijiitle Kanawha, and is .'■aid to .llitHtln'U lln .liiiiti t, aittl t/ii- I’fsn 1 i ■ ■i.i of the e.-taldi lied iiiaximsof bu.-ine I-nU I-AMIMIIJ: I S, I CLKlfKS’ r.LAXKS II \\iHULLS, slii:i:!I'F's io. I \i;l>.''. ) ' >N S I'A lILli.S’ do. ( ! i;-T L \i:s, i' Ti:.\TF.SMo. i.Ai’.i'.Ls, ; 1’ i' u:\KVS’ d.i. i-t: I Hi: i:. .I'lired !>y t!:e bu'iiies- Community, wii.i, i!i; r.xn i iT.ii w rni IM 2iis ^ "1? .'2^ 113 S S, ■ . • ■ ,* • • ji- » ‘ ik, ,25 a E* 'B' V 52- AM> riotlis, ( assiineres j A \ l» j II ft.r Crlith iiieii’s, Mini wil! i he sub! Iiir C(/.s'/i ,i I a sm i II iirulii.'ir iii.ii,le Id or- iler aeciirili ii;r In the latevt >^tylcs. Shop ne.\t (hioi t . I'.l Ti ; rofi-ry St re. S. pt. 2j, is-'^i —10-1 I). r,.r;i:A. 33X^311 IE3I 3ri2L o ^ s 111' a beautiful niilj III I aid. -ituation.- him on or al»out the .shouider.s. She wiped political oj.inion. aiul at war with the theory ' ■ of man’s eapaeity for self-government—an ! organi:;atiou proscriptive in its character ! and intoic'raiit in religious freedom, which , ent’orei d its jesuilieal jioli(»v by oaths not : ! authorized i>y the law and dem.iralizinj^ in ' j their ‘eiideney. Jle is. as we are ini'oraied. ^ I “a member in good standing of Council I 177.’’ in we.'tern Xew York. If this be so, i j as lew will doubt, it is a sad truth. — Itsdis- | eoverv eriiii.'on'd his (dieek with .shame.— In allowing him,--( if to be placed in this po sition, Mr. Fillmore has been unjust to hi.ii- self, and reekless of his own fame. 15ut this is not ail—he has unwhig'ged himself— h(“ lias become a mendier of an oriraniz.i- tion wiiicii iioa.''t» of having ri>eii on the ruins, ami in spite of the opposition, of tin* “Tin: I’odii Xi;(;iiok.s.”--4'1io Mobile Register of the .'3th in.-tant, f^a% .s : How much will the symi>athy of the Tap- pans, the (larrisons, the (Ireeleys, and such like, be increased and multiplied for their [io(ir, star\ ed eolnred brethren in the benight ed South, when they learn that in the Afri can Methodi.'t Church on State street, above Hamilton, on Sunday last a collection was taken up among the dark congreiration, whicdi amounted to thrc'e hundred and thir- tv-nine dollars. Sncdi sum, fre( ly eontri- )U‘ed by the “poor negroes,” ylnnvs how badlv the race is used liv bad Southerner.s. the water from his eyt.-s and mouth, and e:i- Oouraged him to r tain hi.' hope ot being saved. He continui'd to strugude v.ith the Half an h lur *dap>ed, and there wt're no >igns of jis.'istance. His strength was rapidly failing; his wite oli.-erving it, trietl to cheer him. He said Ini could not stiuid it any longer—it si'emed as though he must give u[>. At that moment .she heard a steamer coming rapidly through the water. .She savs ” m v dear ha>!»aiid. a iew nn unents more and wi* are s;ife*. I),iu’t you hear a boat coming?” He said he did. and im- [ ll’e.'ilou { rirs'i- mediately revi\ ed, ami m.ide all the idioits ■ in ills power, and struggled for himself and ■ his luMoic wife until the JFississippi took theyi, with scores of others, on her ciuuino- diou.s deck.-;.—[Sijracuse Jmirnul. !i\x X @ O/ jtia X-j jlm j^h. n\r "Y" • A WORD TO FRETFUL WIVES. It we Concede Mr. I ilhnore’s t iitiie na- ! duty of ev ery Uuion-Io\ ing man—of every tionality, and th.;t. it elicted. liis e.n rgies . man who eherislu’d the honor of the South, would lie devoted in good iaith t t ]>re>erve i m,(i de^irni her to be preserved in the en- the I nion. and ijuell all sectional di'Cord. I j,,y!m nt of her constitutional rights and what a.'.'uraiiei-ha\e we that he can be eleet- i authority—to give the former a choeiful ed / l)oesanvone ln ’ieve that lu* can be? ^ and unreservedMippu't. //( U'ho tliink.s hr ain he is Hind tv (he sifins ! ■■■■! n i,—i Ilf' ihe timm. .Mr. C. knew \ery well tliat iu certain ipiarti-rs studii d ell’ort> had b*en madi* to produce the impression that his election was certain, and it is ipiito ble that th re are those whose vision doe> ; There ym are, with your mouth ptickcr- not reach beyond the narrow horizon of j again! W^lHt’^| the inatti'r, nro .'Somerset, or ^ veii of the State of Marv- : « . i n i i i x* n i , T . .11 1 .1 r ' vour friends all dea»l ' Xo—well, have vou land, who mav think so; liut the man wlio - eomprehemls’within his v ii-w the whole I cent you ever owned/—no— ro, and the present state of parlies. } your children >ick ? I.y(uir husband cros»>? who has observed tor the la>t hiilf-vear t’ne ' J[jivo you got the to-otll uche ? Xfcitlicr of varied ami manil'old imlieatious of popular sentiment, and is familiar with the >pirit ot the Ameiieaii press, and can think there is the remotest pn these? and still a.s cro.s;.* ns a younj^ bear! We wonder how your family cun enduro d)al)ility of the cdc ction of , your pn'sence! These young h(Mirt’s, \ Mr. I'ilhnore by tlie people, has become in- ' .uu you ought to be—l.ow you chill them W lu're U with yuir frowns and j'cttislmoss! No wonder they long to get out of the house.— ■J J ■^7" e o THE OTHER SIDE. ipiantity of cards are being publish- N. M. fi e ^ ^ V .o: Ii Ii I i)o,.i;s sofiir or 'fin: mansion not .si:. 03; v\. \) * M) \\ !?nIi liuel • lliore I\te;;s;\e pl'epal'at loli.s I'! 1 he MaimraeMue i.f Ib' w.iiild re>p eiful'y inlnnn the ciii/.ens of X,,;;li (’:!i-.i’.;na. lhal lie i- iinw pn '.lao d lo lui- 1ir:u>li ■\5> Si under the superiiitendenCL* of a large number of their te!l >w citiztuis. All tlu“ I'ards are iu abuse of the ('o’.n nittee.— To give b.ith sides of the case we publish j th(' following extract from the speech of ; “ I)illv Malliu'a;i,” delivercil on the eve id’ ALW.WS CX H.\M>. (I'vctuii'b to ' A W i!\a: t!iis k.’.oi 'nllli; f ■ i I. J. S Ml || tni a h;.'.. lli;:lli;- 1> tilH'e , 1 ‘.I \ ■ ,| d h ■ III \\ il h a iM! 1 dir,'. , la-! y. ;u': and wi^u'u II. V iure ai ill • leibru-liial : ! - h ll|o\ ed lo llie M .I'hlU'' ■’,1 t.illll'lly oi-eupi''d b\ M :-l>. n:, a ljoin ng Mi'. .1. b’udi-'ill's I' Ilir M lis, where h'- i.'^ ]'l' p.ll' li !o exet'!i:e ,1. i;. n'. lilf as che.'ip and as good as e.iii , 'a til- .'s::lte, ( utlini;: Screus. liepair- iujf IJoi’ejs r.iid r’ij^iiu's of all rip!inns, Makinu; ami l\o- |'iiriii;j; Mill Spiiitllfs, Wood I'laiin.T-', Makiiii!; PIdhsI's, Iron- inj; \\’aj,ons; aiui in ll,)rsi'-Shoo- in.:. ^vT., wo will _\ irhl to no oii'j vvear, ai;d di-pat^-li. Iiiter- ' " S’loi s ."5! I eiiiiiuion ibtto .S I, c;i>t- 1 nr >!, el plate, .-S j. U ivet'd an Air I'nviiaee for niend- 1^ 1 ■. whli h aiisw. i> -.inelx . Tin' '■ "■ ' hi I :ind couipo'iiiou ra'tin;j's by e.ill- j .It th- ib..\e est.dil'-^lnnent. and tinnishinp: I i' ei i\--. t»;,) p,v:e in -Ited ovi v at a r'diu'eil ptic- , 'N. h H ;i'ii'-s ;ind d ;i;i(li. Old Cep|Hr and I'Uti'.'Uor ijUainy, •y Lowest Pos.sible Priccs. TiS ci ci 1 o iS ■, -I _ ^ . J Jli J r>y h a\ iu;^ th -ir o;d‘ ;is they eali jiViHMUe ill' Ai.ri! l.'i. I'.'*;—tf {■■■n be fnrni. hed aiiie al the North. S. M. IIOWLLL. low 1U)()!\S 'i ,|| \r liii: CHARLOTTE BOOK STORE. (leruian. and wanti d. 111.."-. ,1 n 1. I'.'a'.—ti s rr.b’KY. fl vs X. ft 7/ 7! WD m\ i:un. \s TK‘=. >T n iJ W A i\ ha\':'jn ‘ o - ; ■■ 1 will *‘e i:'u- . a.i lii;..ns th r t .') :i eiioie ■ sfin']^ ■ I 1 I'M-.oid ra-shion.'d'h' W A I'C 111'S tVoia •; ’ • 1 hiati d lii.dv'i's. ,\.is.i, a rii.-li a'soit- ie .‘I Fa>liioiiab!e Jrwelry, ( hiiins, cV.c. \ "l .i I. IV r.; b ■ .'..>!d low tor e.i.'>h, v>r nil .-lioi t ' a t.» (!i;i . .{ Mlei'S. I HoMAS TKOTTF.K A: S’>X. ..irlolie, Ill, —tt' MMIK I’,|'.(,S lpav* to inf.»rm I Ins I'l aii'l -' liP pahlic tl*'»ieidlly, 1' ’•ti ■ earryii'i: on th-* ' i’ I ^l.iKiii*^ ltii«i la all i’s v.ino i hraiM-in's \vi ti all th,. i uf r«*4Si»,l lacdities jt- ! .f.l 'il by im|irovt"ni’af'*. He na- la>'^■ , ,!m; a l.ii 'j;.* lumi :t ■>( I F.s, i ;- 1.! K(U lv.\ ,\YS. Ail’., m.nlp oa the a, -! uiijuoi (*d !»! \ es '.lilt . •u-»tip't m.itorial, ' w 'i.^ h lit* a-k'thf iii>p ,Mn>u ot ptiri'hii'. II ■> .-i.ililishineats ts ou i nlj*'.j;t* aini Pejrt ■ wiit-re i.e will be to s-e i: l: mis. •lonx i harlotte, ,Tuly 2S, IS'ij.—tf HMli: XF.W ITb’CllASK. or K\ui.v Vi: \Ks 1 i\ riir, Fai: Wi:s r—li;i Hnli: r' ('nrlion. i in: ai>\ i:n ri KT.s of iia.lii hat.a in Tuikey. r, r.'ia, and b’a -sia—I'.diti d by .J/nn(g M >nr r. srvxiit^i’F r.riM-Ki;n. ri,. Jisuu.g in iitir IIniiis.—(Ml.' ot tli.‘ most interesting'' Nov. Is that has li eii riiteii iu many years—by llthii Dim. Till-: MFSi:rM ..r i; inavkable ami Iiiter- st- 'ii;jr L\.'!i:s, e.intainiug Histoneal Adventures an I Inei.l lit.'. r.l- \NCiIi: Di:Ai;W(')Oi)—a Tale of.Modern'-. KVF.XINt; TVLFS—b ing a .sel.etion of wondfitul an.I snji vnatuval Stories, t.anslated iVoni the Chin.-ie, Turkish, aiu’. i-oniplieil by ll.iini Si. ( luir. LF.XK'OX OF FIM'.F : M AS »XKV. > ('ontainiii..; a d. tinition of.all its r.immun.cible t.riiis. ’!'h" Tin.’ M.i-,,ioe ('li!trt, l'_v I T.. Cr.if-P. (i. 1.. The I'r. .-.Ma.-on s Manual, by 1.’, v'nd K. .1. Siewait. M u-k y's Aliin.m K Z'>u of S.mtli C.'irolina. Th'- X 'v ^1 isona- I'msth' l>oard. Tin: oni> FFI.LOW'S' manual,bythc K v. A. 15. (oa-h. T,('>\V1IIK ENNIS S. Ch:u'.otii\ Maivl'. 1, IS'i', r.ook-Sell. s.r 13 ivi: cyxr j\. jl,. BOONE & CO.’S Cl BOOTiV SHOE Is removed lo th 'ir NF.W ST(.M\1C, lUtlClv 1! Opposite Ihe lUJIt.NT DISTUICT IIFKL they will b.> pleased to see tbeir old iriends and custom n r.OUNE CO. Ch nlotte, .Ttilv —tt SINGULAR PRE.SENTIMENT. Mr. J. C. \l igers, a young man iMigaged on this paper as a compositor, c:une to the idlice yesterday moniing, and told the hands he was until tor work, lleing asked wluit ailed him. he >aid that he dreamed during the night that he r-aw hid mother iu her cotliii, and tin* dream was so vi\ iil, and had tiU’ectnl him S(t deeply, tli:it lie could ind work. He remained about the (dliee all day, nuudi deju't'ssed in spirits, until four o’edo'dv in the afternnon. ulu-n he recei\(‘d a tidegraphic despatch, aunouneing to him that ids imdher was dead. 'I'he lady had I'njoveil perfect health, to within ;i fev,- hour.s of her death, and no communication what ever had been receive-* warning him of her illness. We have examined into thesi' fai ts carefullv, and can vou(di for them. 'I'he ciumnuiiiciition of the circumstances of the terrible dream was made seven or eight hours before the tidegriiphic desiiatcdi was sent. Publicity would not be £^i\ en t.> this .singular occurrence if tlii're ( xisted a sha dow of doubt as to the entire truth of the main facts. The death took place on the morning of yestt'iday at Niagara, C. W., *.i‘23 miles friMU I)»'troit.— [ Df-trolt Adcrr- ' lifter of A u trust ‘J. SINGULAR MARRIAGE. A vfiung man re>iding iu I>ordentown, I wdio was umbu' an en;?agement of marriage \ with a young lady, died on Friday last.— ■ Hoth the gentleman and hidy, a.s widl as their families, were firm believcr.s in the doctrine of the si)irltnali.'ts, and notwith standing the death of the former, it was determined that the marriage should take place btdween the disembodied spirit of the voung man, anil the living, breathing body of his atlianced Accordingly, on Sunday, the marriage ceremony w:is performed between the clay- eold corpse and the warm, blooming briile. It is under.-'tood that this was in eomjdiance with the direetions of the spirit of the had rem.ained where they were, they would bridegroom. The devotion of the l.idy to have neither begged, starved, nor gone un- the spirit or the imunory of her lovi>r carried clothed. We learn that F)laek Il'-i'ublicati herthrou pocki't.s ar(' hermetically si iiied to the man I who is ilhislr.ating the inciipacity of the ne- seiisible to e\iileiice. the vole.-.? He is the noniinee id’ the A- Whig party, and pnudaims in its well-con- j niericaii jiarty, whiidi, if it was ever a na- sidered confession of faith, that it is not re- | tional p.arty. has long since ceased to be so | And now you have ^truck your litllo cliild Sponsible for the oimoxiou.s errors and vio- j by the liefection of its own members. A beonuse lie wouldn't sto]> teasing. Friend! lated }di dges i»f that party. He consorts 1 largt; portion of the in. -.ibers from the free ' f,.]i g^ul and left an indel- State.s. d'tiie convention which nominated him, at that time seceded and went over to the republicans; ami from that time to this the work of secession h:is b(*im going on, I until now it may bi- lrnlht'ull\- allirmed that the Am-rii-an party, distinct Irom, and un connected with, the republiciins, has ceast d to exist in those Stat.-s. 'I'rue, individual members remain tirm; but, as :i j)iirty, ca pable anywhere in those States, unh'ss it be in thee'ty of Xew York, of effecting any fold, and had i thing, it does not exist. , , , , , d on old ! X >r can .Mr. Fiibnore expect any impor- j thought wlint a happy with Andrew .lackson I)onelson, the defa- m»‘r of his .•idmiiiistration and the n viler of the ^\’hiir p:irt\-4-a Democrat d' the stamp most odious to Whigs—and he now demands of ns, as \\Tii;j:s, mir sujiport to this extra ordinary and am ii.-.l.)us association. At tliis moment he is carrying the banner of those who conspired for tlu^ destruction of the Whig jiarty. With these t’acts before him. he could not ri'eoL;niz(“ Mr. Fillmore as a \Vhi;_''—lie had ilisrobed himself of that title— he is an aiien from tin not :i slijulow Ilf a claim. b;u lible scar there. Ho will feel it long after vou have forgotten it. Many ycnrt from now, when your head lin.s laic down in the grave, that blow, given withiuit cau.ic—iinpatient- ly, angrily, will do its work. Why can’t you bo good naturod ? Wrr« you ever so ? Miunory points to tho daj’H of your girlhood—seldom the lines of ang»r dlsfi^jured vour brow then. And thft'maii tv !issociations, to t!ie support of the t’ew j taut aiu in those States from other parties, i home she will make for me! How sweet it who still remain C(ui,-tunt to the ancient 'I’he whi;; party then-, for the uiost jiart, j „.jn j„, sit down by her side after the cnro.l nj Iii.-i hi: it j ]ii. ,.xpi;lsion frotn (’alitornia: “ I know that my punishment is just and merited ; I deserve it and more too. I h.ive no fault to tind with t!ic (.'ommittee; they are till respecttible gentlemen, and are act ing right, and they ought not to stop at what they have done. 'Fliere are a hundred others just as bad as I am, and deserve the same trc.itment. There is no ofiicer in the city >r county i>f San Francisco who is le gally elected. 'Phcy are all thieves who stole their oHices. I shall hope to hear that tliCv’ have all been made to ri‘sign.” THE EFFECT. A miuisti’ri-il man, with a black straw hat and large sil\i-r spec-t;icles, has been per- iimbulating our streets for sr>me d:iys, with book and jiencil, soliciting aid tor the free blacks who have esc.-iped to C.mada. It v.-ould seem from this that these escaped slaves are unable to support them.-i Ivc's iu a country that oil’ers as much indncemeiit to free labor, as any in tlus world—a sorry commentary iipim the hiiiors of the under ground Ilailroad. an agent for which thi.s iiionev solicitor has be«‘U. It thesi; bl.acks Jost itself in Americanistn, and as I'art of j ^ i,eautiful to rend ! the American partv, has gone over to the ^ j Lxcept Choate and Winthrop i for her ph asure—to bo repaid by smiles and I and probably Everett, of Massai huetts, ^ kisses. And the home wa.s ready and tho j he Could not name a \\ hlgol Xew Lngland, ■ bride e.-'fablished—but she proved unworthj I of national reputation, who was not now a , ^^j* reiiublican. i'.\en the most active and alile , . • i , ; supporters d’.Mr. Fillmore's admini.-tration | laugh, and n : have enlisted in the repubruran ranks.— j t Ixdiind me satan,” you worried rvnd j I)a\ ton, i.f Xew .Icrsey. is the republican | fretted and began to tell every liUlo troublo I caniliil.itc for Vice Fn-sideut ; (.’ollaincr, of , to yotir husband, Tt was not womanly ; it j Vermont, is the chosen advoc.ite of n pub- } l)etrayed weakness both of heart and mind. ! licanism in the United States Si nate, and. Imperceptibly its influence crept into hin I’resident whom he would be unwilling to ' Corwin, of (»hio. his Secretary of the 'I'reas- i ‘ pirit, chilling it with a worse chill than that trust as Fresident. He had not forixotten ^ urv, is stumping ludiaua tor Fri'inont ; and , fd df'ath, till it made a shriuid of iron for the bla.-ted fruits of the Wlii;,' triuinph of | the same may be said of many others of like j the disappointed heart, and the charm of -tiimp. in the free Stati s' nearly ev» ry | love and family and home was gone. wiii:r of national n pntntion may now be i IVu.t onerHow often those words drop from your li|>s. “I was liandKOine aitli. I’liit if wc- were willing, in consider.'itioit of his servi(‘es. to overlook these serious objections to .Mr. Fillmore, he could not support him without also sup))ortiiia: Mr. 1 )oijelson. The two are indissolublv blend ed : and he would not vote for Mr. Donel- son- He had not a single qiialiiTc.ation to recommend him f.«r the hii^h place for which he is nominated : and to old ^Vhigs, he is, perhaps, the most objectionable ni.aii who could lie name.l. F-u' his ov. n part, he was not willin'-- to vote I’or anv man fi r \'ice- Ul I. ^\'ho would bu willing to s-e M I)on(dsoii Fresident.'' Xo one, he ■would say ; and yet, if the Fillmore ticket ]u-e- vails, he may. :ind probablv will be. 'Twice have tin- \Vhigs carried the Fresidential election, and on both occasions hardly had th(‘ shout of tri;jm|di cetised to re-echo be- foiind Jimong the republic.ans. The legis- latun s of those .'^tates are i ither republican or (b inocrtitic—not Fillmore Americans; in the of L’epi e--entativ(“s ther(‘ are sciircelv eiioujrh members from the free fore they were called upon to ni'Hirii the | States who favor.Mr. Fillmore's (dection lO fill the c.ibinet appointments, even if they aiK.1 ijfroto support himself in thet-’aiuidas.—[/> (Maim ) Ji/iinuil. [T" The slave property which tlie aboli tionists .seek to annihilate is stated t-> he of the \ alue of two thousand million of dollars. i"!' John S. Mcl).uiald was shot and kill ed bv Dr. Devine, .Mayor of San Antonio, Ti-xas.on thi! -JPth ult. .McDiUi.ild was cow- hiding his antagonist. rP’Win. Ilowes. a journeyman printer. h this tryingeeremony witho'it tering; but it must lead to unl)ap[dness, for she, no doubt cousidiM's herselt lis the wife of one whom she sh.iil meet in the body never more. Her heart lies buried iu t!;e crave with him who should havi* been her guide and i>rotector. Amon.; all the sin gular things recorded of the Spirituali.'ts, we have met with nothing p.-.rallel to this.— [Phil. Journal. A STREET SWEEPER. Xot I'ing since a geutlemati was crossing one of oiir streets, where a little girl was sweeping olT the mud. Her little hand was in Montgomerv, Alabama, recently came opened as he passed, and he placed, as he into possession of 875,IMJ0. The fattest supposed, in 1 aste, a Penny therein. She "lake" he ever had. w lOESTHXJOXriS 'Ori.P inform h'.s eu.'ioni is, that h,’ has t.;k. u th'- io:.m lately .^ceupi il by Mr. K. M Ii >n. thr ■«> d.iors > ast i>:'the Charlotte ll.uik. ,\!1 .v,.:k d 'Ue by him sliail be eX' eut d la the b s’Ci.-, t’.ir which in every instance, paviaent is r- nuin d iu easli V. for-- takinir th-‘ woik aw.ty. AEEX. HETIH XL. .lull-' o. 1-'•*•(’»—‘’)W riiiiti and ('aiiipiieiio. A I' FKi rCiLVKl* S Ibiig Stole, you wiil jMt- £C‘t .'irtioh-s pur*'. Fluid at .-SI p-r gallon—CaniphiiT’ 90 c-nts, cash April S,'5(5 The following advertisement in the Maine Standard: “Pocket-F.odk Lo?t.—Lo.=t sometime duriiiir commenceinent week, a silk he,i-1 Purse, made ot di-er-sk’.n—eonta'.m.i brass rule, a stump of a ciirar. two ^ stamps, and a ".>od leather striu;;. F-i'iioi: I'K THK Stand ARP I anold )Osta:?e ved immediately followed him. c::.lling. "fientle- man. gentleman, see what y ei have given me.’’ 'Fhe gentleman st..i,pcd, and 'he Ininded him an eagle, saying sl,o did n-'t think he meant to give her ni-ire than a pea- nv. IU* asked why ."he d.d le-t ke- p it.— .he replied, •■'i’hat w .uld n-.t l.-.ive been riirht.” He looked at her with a'toni'h- nient. and iiKj lired of she learned that. “Ill the Sunday Seh.».-1,'’ wa- tiie re- ol\'. He then inquired her name. aire. and residence. Her mother, slie said, was very Tioor. and lived in an oh-ciire phie,-. \\ hiie • un- tiff v U or 1 ar.iund I he m. detith ot their President. What right havi' we to calculate upon excm]iti'Ui from a lik* ciilamity iu the next Presidential term ? — What g'laranti-e have we .Mr. Fillmore will not alo be taken ? ami if he slnmld be, who is not appalled ;it the iib-.a of the duties ot that hiirli station dcvohin;^ on Mr. Don- elson ? Who does not tremble .'it the thought j oeratic journals from the tr of intrusting him with the whole power of this (.lovernment ; of ]daciiig iu his hands its army iuid its navy : of committiiiu^ to his management its forei;xn policy : of leav ing to his charge the settlement of the jier- iloiis ipii-stioiis of domestic policy wliich at this moment are rudely agitatingthe ('nion ot till .s ■ States, and threittenin;r dissolu tion ? He Coiild not \ote f>u- .Mr. D'Uielson; and il any one sl.ould twit him for support ing .Mr. IJuchanan because he i- :i Demo- .Mr. would jii-t remind him that Mr. I )onelson. also, is a I >emoerat. with the sta n ot Kiiow-Xothingi.-m and incapacity sujier- added. Hut if he waived the.-e consideration‘s, there weri‘ other rea-ons. still more con- rbisive, w-h‘ch obliLre 1 liitn at this crisi~ to ;_dve his support to .Mr. iluch;in;in. 'I'he contest in which we are engiiged. unhapj.i- ly, i' a't between the -Xorth ii’id the .''oiit!i--bet ween ab.ilitioni-m and free'oili'in on tiie uie sidi.-, and flu- pre--ervatiou of sonthern ri;zh:s and the I'i.i*oi on the other. 'I'iiis v.a' the real issue, and he mi^rht say the only issue now to iio decii.U-d—and one of more o\ erwhelmin;r importa::ce wa' nev er presented to the American people. On the one side we find the republican--, led ui by Mr. Fremont, sustaining the ultra nor thern view. The (di-ects of thi-' party are op.ce; I was this that und the other, oncc” —and why not now? You yourself have willed your own destiny; you havo chosen the scold’s office; you must receivo the .-eold'.s deserts. A little philo.'Kiphy, n few words breathed to heaven for patiencc, r were of the right imit rial ; and if thiu'e i's > residute hope for to-inorrow if to-duy ho one member from those St.'ites in the Sen- j str»rmy; a great deal less helfislinesF; a d**- ate of the United St itc s who fyvors his i J^ire to make hoino a sanctuary for yourself i lection Mr. ('. c-utld not name him. (jf and little »>nes as well as your husband; and tin- ant;-democratic pre-s of those .States 1 nf> da}' you have been happier, handsomer tiicsaiiema) be said. (»ut of 91 anti-Jem- States which and more beloved. Fretting sister in light affliction, 1(H us exchange with tho Xew ^ ork Herald, 7S, ask you a few plain questions. Dooaaspirit v.-e learn from that paper, are for Fremont ' of fault finding lighten your cares? Ifyour 1 ‘ ■ 1 . , . . , ... for Fillmorif and ‘J tor Ibichauan.— brctul is burned to a cinder, does it bring Shut their (yi;s, as llie friends of Mr. Fill- | you a good, light, sweet loaf, to nit down more may, the fai t is iieM rthelcss true ! •and worry about it? If tho baby is croSf?, tluit the whole Xorth and West are either j does it make bun pmile like un angel to republican >r democratic; and im rea-ona- ] sliake him almost out of existence? If it blc ground exists jm til'ying the belief that j rains on washing day, will your anathomaa he can get a single electoial vote in the free I hurry out the sun till ho stops right over States, unless it be in Calil’ornia, »f which j your clothes line ? Hut, if your quick handu he d'd not pretend to speak. These States turn to the flour barrel, to mould another will vote t'tu- 1 Sucliaiiaii or Fii.'ui -ut. Mr. I loaf; if yon soothe the weeping habo with C. greatlv I'eared a majority of them would j tho sweet words of a mother’s i»itying lovo, LTo the latter. In the South .Mr. Fill- ' if you devote your wa.'hin^dny to iome ap- inore mav d,i better. His friends hist year | jiorlioned work, how Miiootlily care will iron c.u rieil Delaware. .Maryland nud Kentucky; ! down his f>ature,«, and become your hutnhlM if these be accorded to i im now. they j slave instead of the tyrannical manter ho will not elect him. (^in lie get any more ? I would be! Few, if any, think he ean ; but supposi* ho | It is not too late yot. Surprise jourhu.i- gets I eiiiie'-ee, Xorth ( aiolin.'i and L-)uid- i h.and with a smile; it will be worth a dollar iana—and bis ni i.-t sanguine friends claim to sei> his glance of astonishment; hold tho no m-ire in the South—still he is jrieatly ' salted wafer of thoughtfulnesB in your in the minority. Then, he cannot be elect- ; mouth, that yo:i may say nothing unplea«- bv the popular vote; and every vote thrown ; ant; and tiie angel that has been lying proB- for him. witli that \iew, is a vote thrown j trate in birs heart with folded wings, will away, jjut voles f-u- him may have a dif- begin to flulti-r, and lift itself heavenward fereiit and very mischievous eit'i et. If he and look out of it.-^ eye.s with the love of the carries the States ref( rreil to, or even a i dden time, and your home will be the par- con-^iderable portion of them, no election adiso you once coveted. — [OUvr Branch. I'i-" A Know-Xothiiig l.aving oiiserv that “ Fillmore .-t.-ck was l-toking up the Memphis Appeal replies, that it c iii I-'ok in no other direction. f >r it is iLit lUi its back. —Christians keep .'~au- day : t!ie Greeks, Monday: the Persia;is. Tucsdav; t!ie Assyrians Wedne.'day : t!ie Iv’-vptians, Thursdny; the 'I'urks, l-riday. ,,f bis, free of rt'nt. and has lao iiiiinist ikahle; they are humili.atiiif: t.> the South, and destructive of her constitutional ricrlits and ma'erial intcre'ts. 'I'he repub licans d.-ny to her her jiist share of politi cal po-.ver; negative tho.-e constituti.inal guarantees which were inteiidi-d for her protccti.)n. and 'vithout which she wtmld never have entered the Union. And i' there no danger that they may triumph? Alrea dy havt* they obtained control of iicarly e\ery State h gislature nruth of .Mason and I)ixou's line; tiiey ha\c u majority in the ll'-asi* of Kejire.'Ciitatives. which ejt i-ts the Pre.'ident ill case of the failure of tin* peo ple t ' e!. i-r; and to pre.side over the delib eration' of that b -dy. they have elect-d Mr. Hanks, wh-v b iidly a%-) vs. that so.mer il-aii alK>liti->n knd treesoil rnea-'ire' 'hould fail, he woiiltl "let tin* I’ni-m 'lide.” 'Vin- peiijde of the free .''tat"s, burning with tan- inthiti d bv probably will be effected and the election will be House fd’ li- pre'i ntativ( s. I fit him ? (.''-rtainlV n->t. by the people, ri fi rn-d to the Will that ben- IIstrengtli In atii’isin, intlati d hy tl;eir succes-e'. anu h* wa- talking witli her. .'oun- tiff vU or heedless of coiistituli-ujal rc'traints und --f f.ventv persons wt-re gathered ar.iund ihem. con-eq.iences. are ii.adlv ru'hin" ii;t-) the a a id 'ubs.'!ri[ition wa- prop--'ed, whien re- repii'oiii’iui rank' »:tii a iiijauimity hitherto suU'. d iu the sum of litreeii dollar-. The , wit'. Hit ex.itnpie; and it may wi. 11 li«- tcentlejnan «-:tUed t.* -e.' th-- liUle CT-rl and her ed that i veii the ,;niii J eiiergie- ot all sont :, neitiier. and tiiiding the't it- h- r-c--iv- ; c-. n men .'in-l tiie coii'i-rvariv. - .-fev.-ry - ■- d v«‘rilied. [ihiced the moTher in a tenement that Hou>e is the Fuller s-piad ; whii h, af ter a two months’ str.igLrle, c > ild not get . a Speaker, liut in a presidential (dection, I when tiie vote i- ca't by States, it wmild have even less t-lTecfive strength. f->r the} are in the majority iu tiirec State.s onlv. ■ (I)elaware, Maryland, und Kentucky) which | wou.d give him three votes only, 'i'hen it 1., e.j iailv ceriain that he c.iniiot he eh-eted j bv th-' IloU'e. If it goes t'> the Houm-, • Fre.ii -rit will be ( b-( ted, or there will be no eli-ction. i lie repi.oi.fian-i we; e strong eii- ■ ..ago t'l t lect Hani.s .'■jO aker ; and is tht-re any rea-on-hle ^^roand T-- -l their ability ; T'> eh-ct l-'reni->;it Pr- 'id- til ? 'I’hey have, it i- f- ared. alrea 'y f - ir’eci; .''tate.s. and it it r. cpiires b il siit; en lo flee!:. Sturtin/ , with thi.s iuKiieijse odds in his f.ivor, and -.vit.i the patronaj-'- of ihe goverir.n-nt at his di-po-al, iu t event of success, lii' friend' will hav=- no di'.liculty in proc.triii:r the aildit; ’Ual v. v s re.; ii;ed. He i onsid- and the Jew.s, Saturday. little girl to educate.—|_-V. 1. Afla. lioi! mav b-; t-»o fecbl-j t-i r.-si't t! ir r whelu'.iii': pow-’r. The Uni n tr■; :o! -j un der tho blows of this .^ctio’ial strife; ijoii eivd. t.. tn- p i!-i> ■ p -p. , a. ;i, -.‘.t - ■ li.ji. ; and 1. -r 1 a t: lii..lOi'i •ti'in I tor the i t .; -v.ii.' ;t int . th • II- ■« II t 1 pr-'inot" Fri'ai-i'.il' - ' ti -. e v. uildc-r •o- DOMESTIC TYRANNY. l^Haviiig given the LadieB a lecturo above, now for a few word.-? to tho Men, tho stronger vessel: Hu'bands go home and vent, npon unof fending wivess. the irritation which the evsnti of the day havo produced. Would they dare to vent il upon their j)artner«, clerkf, or cu.stomerii who originated it ? Fatlmrrf push innocent children angrily a«ide, or even strike them, because annoyed \>y th«ir noise. Would they venture to lay hands on who try their patience, a hundred times wor-e, iu the constantly occurring vexatious ocf'>irrencen (»f the dny ? Too often the household is made to I'xpiate all tlia* till; b-isband and father has had to en dure ahroaii, till wife ami cijidren learn to watch f-ir the -torrn or sunsliine on his fac(“, with eajrer, palpitating Jiearts. 'foo often t!ie frown on the father'.'? bro-.v banis!»L-s tho sinilt- tro-.n the moth*-r'h lips, bu.shen t!m prattle ot the little ones, and thro-rs a gloom and c->n.-tiaint over th-* whole dn;m -tx cir cle. Oil I in h'lw m.'iny homen there reign* ;t .-ih-iit. c.'ushirig tyranny of which tbo A-..nd kno-vs nothin'^, wi.ieli dostroy ©very , ’niiig 111:.; h ippinos.-^ there, and which pre- ! Vert- iho m *i.ii at:n'»sphero in which tho c-g. tc.v* -vith -u-h c;nohj.;ct. | ohildr..-n grow up, as mia-snja taints thu aiv! \

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