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The western Democrat. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1852-1870, January 06, 1857, Image 1

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A I'amil}' I’aper, devoted to S(a(e Inlelligence, (he News of llie World) Political Information, Soutlierii Rights, Agritultnre, Literature, and Miscellaay, BV MILMAM J. VAXES AND IMiOI’l'lKTOR. CHARLOTTE, MECKLENBURG COUNTY. NORTH CAROLIM. $2 FER ANNUM In Advance. ASSISTANT r.DITOl TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1S57. KTottct- JBoriost VOLUME 5. ( NUMBKU 27 Tiir. —PubliHhed every Tuesday— Contaiuiiif.'tl;‘ lut.-t S> ^v>, a f'lH aii.i accu- I'litf U'‘port ‘>1 t''*‘ Miivktt". (Is:c. Fnr tli»- y.-ii.-, if ill , If i.uid witiiin mx inoiith - - - - [i Ifpnianlti VtlP xi.irati-n..l th.-y 00, ' Aiiv i litliii;? U; !i\.- //•»• suit- j ilC«'‘!lll 11!‘li'•* •''I'"*'!!' n >'ll)- f-riii.lion iSMO 'vill ivfil .'i:.tli coj.y ^ra ti- I’T till-' y. :T. ^ j ; 1(1,iiiiu li > nuiy wi'U to Bi'iiil nutiicy V) us, CMi i!'» • > I'y uiaii, ;tt ■ our risk. ADVF.RTISING. ' Oi\e s uiarc oi lu or lor..i moiiilis, 61 . .. .1 t. ‘‘ tj t> I .i “ 1,: “ 10 00 ■ Proics-iioiiril and biisiiic.-^s ( aici;-!, i.'>t r i > ’ ccediiii^ MIX Is'K a, |>cr aiiniiu), , ( )iie sqUciro, l*i oi I' -, !i-si '*** ' ilacli .'iiiii,-. ' ((leni : 'i’raa.-lr iit sdvcrti'OriK'nt.s nr.ist ]i.- ; pfiid for ill uil\;i!K-!-. ^ _ | : I'ur ami'Hin' 'ii'r ('•m.iii'iati's for (.liici', ' *.■ ill !t(lvaii-,‘. I V ' Ailviiti~i-i;ifnt-^ i!>>t iiii'.rkcil on the; iniiini'criiit Im* ii liiitr. will in- ; M'rttnl iiiilil t',>i'liiil. ami c li acc"i'iii!i;-;ly , \VI!.!JAM .). YA'i iiS. I———TTTT" 7) / .1, jv.{ 7/ Sj il si .Vi ^ At (iu‘ \Vt‘st‘ru lh‘3*Mt€i‘ul 0(uC‘» Warrants. Mar. :-^f 1^ j 'Tax r''i!'l*'cua.J iry Ii.-ki-ts, i A■'iiniiii>(I't■ ‘'I H’jd *' 1j (J'lartliaii liiii'ls. I i;d"nl urc"^. lor ill-• I.aii'Is ir i:n.isfs. ’ I’ri'ScfMitiitn li'iuiN, just j'riniiii. i 11/ nfal! kiu-U i.iiii'.Ml to >r,U-r ' lit sliort until-., I sluiH li tv .-.11 C'ai:' -:'' lii'riii,'- tli'- Wiiiti-r, i"i’ ill • -ii- (•; ik' M'"!:'.n • l-'"Ctur''6 uM(l 11'.’I's 'A \'Mi :ui-l i h;ia- | My N..t w ;ui 1 u •c- a-..;:- ■. ■ I'tu- t > lliy y. , ) H.'it) ar* lil itiv ii:illjr "! \\ 1.1. A. • w. i;~. 1 ,- i , \riY , IMKKJrr tOii!’-' >S', iJ. !>. Cbiu!ott-‘, Oct. VV, I ..o. J r| N' (' *\' r.t^'I 'K u; • I'll hy ■ .a t;r,- wli.cl. ini'U.'v -i in )'• > . "ii lii' iii.iiuiap’ /;' ill'- iilli "I 'J '■ :;-E. \;i N- - ;.inl a:r lii; ‘ uiuin : -••i:. .n lit..'- i,.;: ii„- i.w-..- S ut i . s.-rr A. I:k!h- ; I N t; A. (■'» , :;'i''i \v. I '• I’i IIIV 1miu1> l.il ou;!. I- iii’.i; A1: [i- i 'ii i- wli.iiii ;iuy "I ..i ■ i:!:- , ;i.■ li' irNy '-' !v ’.i ■■''..I d. ' ■ i 'i: .1: y Mr iimii i ali'- (:;• sr i:;. u ' ■.n.-. ■ \ Diiif or'Mill. I 1» ' !•''it;j'l lM'l t" 1 • I !'l;- xviih. 11.ll," ill Ivir'.ty, I' ■■ " ■ • u. rj.iiii.'* tu aMil i''li I t:iii WMi- > ;• ■ ■ ^ >. W. 1:A' ' '. ('hailottf', .Ti;ii - I', — !- The 3,-iS Iaa«*jsrai3a*i‘ ^’o>tr3j'a?2y, 1().\riNri;S ;■> t lUi' li.-l.; a.aii,-.! 1-! ■- ; Kii'i; >11 l(iai>'’s, 1‘nniu.’ , A I'., 1*1 ii'ii.il i:*i* 3. >iti.‘'' 111 l>;'.i\v!'‘y s ii[> ■ SUiir:i. j:;- : V. M. ’I'Wl.t';;, l’;i S',;. 1,1. ,S. r. Al.l \ V\i)l.i;, V.c' P:.!f.d, rt. J. A. \n N«;, ^ J. II. \vi:i n;, i .1. ll. (\KSi)N, J. r.xi’f'.iiiv*-'omi.vttt'’. r. oVi'.lf \l\N, 1 c. s riiiif.r:, j J. II. )\. A • at. K. NYi: ni; I'v-ius »n. r\. r.-iu'y. July l'->"—>1 ; A T;i5SoB*i;:;v ! JAMIv-^ [’.KMAX i’ i-it *:- n- I;> I-.' ••'.ii 1 fiirin' r |)alv()iis. thai Iv' I: - ■ ri'i'M' la .i li s i Ali.- OlflNH; I'Sl'MILISlI.Mi.N T i:: S;>i - n^ 'v liiiililiiijr. ll !''■ \viU 1' • *" ' ^\ auiin;'awy tiiiivi'iv. :i.- i";'\ All 'Vs'i.v ; w .IIIaiit.'d. ' «)ci.-J-rh. J7-M' Bar;;:3iE)vi: I I CHIi.VA^DEPOT. ■ I H . C . Mi llOLS OROrsiKiJ.; IMi’OUTi^US or i CHINA, GLASS ^ EARTHENV/ARE. ! Alf'O. a vara'ty I'l 1 ■ .a Ita . I . . ; Ciulriv. I!.'.:.iaiiia and I'. u ’v T;u ■ War**, \\tnt*] .'iiitl \\ illo’-v \\ aif, aii-l iiovsrh'feifhis- . srmt raHi/. XI',.\ r It) (■ > M'll UK t \I, f.A'.K, 4, ?!. C. tl?'* rackhi.u- u iin.ii’ -I. Nov. 11, I-'.;;;. lf>-l!ii as,000 GT\ HOOTS AAL) SlIOI'S. ' WESTEliX DEMOCllAT. J. & !>. STOWE ».>.! >«1V yorh. a 'r) i II 1 50 1 1 10 1 2r> 1 15 1 00 1 r.o rc'\ Charlotte, N. C. cATALOdf i: or (JooDS AM) nnrj.s-. Heavy iloublo sole Brogans, I’.oincstic rnnnu- jaclurf“, all IIuinbei 3 t'V erat SI .30 “ oak sole Brogans, noi tiiern in;in- ui'acture, a "o )iJ urtid'?, nailed soii; I5i..;iaiis, for miners and ilaiiroad, iiooil, « iioiibl'j sole, roiiiid s nnn Brogans. ] «• so.,- li •.■tci! I'-ogans, a uoo ) aitic!-.', sinsjle so;e liveted Brogans, a bliade liKlit‘?r, single sole i.ot nveteJ, Ero»ans, a shede kulitor, ‘‘ Heavy ^ini;l‘"-ole Brogans, infe rior stock, 1 Mens' ki;i Bro'^ans, a good article, No 1, (Webster) 1 «•' « “ “ No 2, Y F.n, 1 “ “ “ ‘J, 1 ‘Jr, “ lined and bound !.ij) Brogars 1 2-') 1 Oo “ “ “ cail I nr> 2 uu “ “ Oxford calf, 1 To 2 00 Gents' cal:'('on"rf‘Ss(Jaitei s, pe^, 2 2-'5 to 2 7'i clotli Pat. tip 2 .'50 to •! 00 line cal f sewcd M^ops 2 CO tn 3-OO “ Pat. '• O.xfir and plain, 3 00 to 3 ■'’>() Mens' fine kip stwed, (Planters) 1 7.'» to J 00 tJents’line p.itetit leutiK'r (iaiter I tOto-3 00 “ 1). S. >uilted Boots, and f! itciii r.Kira, 0 00 “ “ liniited Boot'S, Ptitcliod, e.\. s •'jo “ “ •> No. 1, ' ■; l,'0 “ lieavy call', J). S. sc^ved, I’lanters’ Boots, very chcap, ,'3 00 “ “ calf, 1). S. pe-.* and coik Boots 0 00 “ “ fine call, cork sole, and made will' copper nai>, 7 ('0 *• fine ca!;', ji[). “ 5 00 “ lieavy 1). .s. c.ilf, plain bottom, 4 0) “ “ “ kip, -1 00 n n a an.i hea*'y \ve;ts 2 ,'50 to .'i CO “ ll'itiiraria!i, coirtnon, 2 (jO Hiteti^Ts an.l Miners’ P.oots, 2 50 (o i (jO HOYS’ IM'.PAU'l’M KNT. BoyS’ fi;.e ConiCH’Ss Uaitoi s, Fat. t ip ami lo.xeii Oil to 2 .">0 “ “ Calf Slioos 1 2."» to 1 .'.0 “ “ Kip l)iog.i!;s, sooil i 2.) >• ;00(:.N0.2, 1 00 to 1 12 “ heavy Brogans, U.S., good arlitle 1 2'> “ “ fioiii ineduin'i to poor 75 !o I (.0 Voii:l s' calf 1.I.U k!p I’lro^'ans 75 to sS '* extra lifavy ai.d izuoJ 1 0 l 1 2-3 ‘‘ ti:ici: *• •' liirht L \ ]>! i S' AVIXG rcnio^t ll to t’;eir Xt-w .'^tore on M iiii-.n'!-i t, 1j; low Youi'^ »S>: Williams’ . and (ippositc Ijocaie vSl, ik \v Slicx* Stui'.', wuiTi- ilii y now have oii.-ale a larg’e stock /'p N :'r_i ' r-^ : f- ) ] ja .y 'U J -ji . nml sucb otli'-rnrtic^ s a,'^ an* usually k« pt in such Hou.i-s, iiu'liidinp- tln ir Doini siie and €«TT5.\ Now ill .Sinn- ol::! OiiriK.sMola-it s. ni, .") l;ii 1-. \Vt St lniia d'l. VA5i.\. I'^alt. It) I’lljls. N' Vv' Is. 1. .-t I“i-1 iorico ili.— .') hlid'. Cuba. biids. (d "ouu IJrowii Si’trar. -10 bbls. Kxtia do, l~> Iibls. ('iti.'liai} d'(. ]Mj ;i)ud Cidl'. r. I'llfJ- 1; ll dairy and coiir.iion ('iir; liap’^'in:.''. aiitl 'I'wini'. Adaninitliiir and 'I’alSow L'aiidis, Noi ili i aroli’ia ;uid Wi -itcni key. AJ3 at iSjd' e«it ■ ^ We re -pf irtlullv .^oi;elt a e:dl tVoin lnivt v. ■ .J. ..S. i:. ji. ^T(>v. j:. T)i c. !», lit.';;—(f f»nsoE£■:4'2^: \\ 1^ A!drs Sonflt of Charinttc. 'j'hi' cNi-rei^'.'s di'tl'.e Srs;nn Avill fipcn . TI ti! £’u >1 ^.Soiiilav *>i Jaiiiiiit v, 't'crrr'S per St.-sitrn af'^l itctl’i : T.atiii, :ind ?.I;itl!cin;iti(.s. 1‘2 ijU llii^'lirh flrainniai-. (o •■^'I'aphy, (1 (>0 Sliid.-iijs -will l)(' eli.ar^c’d fi'oiii tlie day of en- tr:n:c-' to tin.- i-n t of the ,s ■>.>i(jii, without deuuc- tions for lost tinn-, i:. ('. KrVKKNDAL. 1-*. c. ii.ber !>, 2o-!t-lid Kj*:w GOODS. 1 are r.'cciviii^- our ii'ii.'d Supply i-f Fall ! aiid \\ inti r \vli:Cii sijail b‘‘ soid I as chi'ai) as the clr-an-'st. ‘ BiU:il STEKLE. Oct. Till, 1 "'5. By the Palmetto line of Steamers. UYATT, S10(;M:II & LLOYD, | •2?03Et!S AND I Cjieitci'al Adger’3 North Wharf, j 'n^3HB.i:sTa,v, s. \ i ri’HK underbiiined, Factors ii d Commission i Mere;,ants, ottVr to r-‘'.■••ward, r.rul siiip iiiercliui.dise ant! ptoduceiit th»* t'ollowing rates. 'J be prices Ih-re name . are those \\ hich are generally charged by all the line of sail ve.'sols, I lit having no control over any other ; Line than the one we have an interest in, we ‘ cannot say that the pr.ces here named can ■ be considered }>ernianent, excei t by our Line. I>y that tliey are peniianent. Tiie ■•Paliiieito Line’’ has ten line first class Bri^s aiid Schooners, constantly running, and will car- . ry f, eights as follows: i Wheat, i; cents per bushel. Flour, m barrels, 2 ( cents. { •• in sacks, 10 cents. j The diayasie, wha rlage, insurance, and for-j [ wr.rditi'^ cottimiis.on, per bushel,for who.it, ; I is - - - - - . M cts. : Flour, p?r barrel, - - - - l(jj cts. j Flour, p r sack, - - ’ - - 13 cts. ; Freight ou a.I cases, boxes, j Irom New York to (’hai lesion, per i cubic J’oot, - - - - - I cts. j We mea.siire every thing, to prevent over | charges. F.very thins shipped by the ‘‘P.il- j metto Line” of vessels (Dollner Ik. Potter, ^ New York asrents, and Holmes iV, Stowry, of j ( harieston) an * consigned to us, shall be freighted for the above | rices. j Produce ami Merchandis? consigned to us will have the best attention. WYATT, STOUNKR ct LLOYD. August 12, 1S.)C caCHABLOTTE.'Q> THE RESULTS AND .REWAEDS OF STUDY. AnioTi;^ roc?!:t iiiissions of llic prc.'^s we liavt met ^\itli a litt rarv di.sotnir.-e, wliicli * niid the wi.«;o i.s stronjriy in its favor, and nn appeal to the pliilosopliy of rdiicntion and i to the lessons of liistory utte.'^ts the justn(\ss j of that verdict. Tho groat inns.s of those I who liavo contributed to the ondurinjr’.iter- I aturo and tlic true scicnco •t’tho world were I SUICIDE OF A HYPOCHONDRIAC. Mr. 1>. A. Sanger, who comu»itte«l »uJ- ridc ill iSt. I.ouirt on the 1st ult., previous to comiuitlinjr tho act, wrote the foUowingf addres.s to his friends, which was* fouud ia the drawer of his desk. It wai writtcn.in E'.IBROIDiJRIES. '.S'.\ I^s,.Ia^•olll.t iNL t'aiu'.iric lM”‘!!igs vV Iiisi itings, *• •• •“ ]':ou:ic!iigs, *• '• ('ollars, “ “ s:.‘.-v.s, IJi al L.tC'-“ .Sets, black nvd M bite. Hi:KM .V STKELE. (')et. 7. i 7.7 to :i;.d co.iiinon .7U to I'LP \};T\J ! r. flUf (■ oi:c;s, (1; St ,su!« s aial (i. ;.■! uaJ; !:• '■■. I! i'/O “ il-.» .J,I I -a.It 1.-', ;lll h. “ file “ “ “ wi^b'HU to ii, »• Oil f . .'•n '• iiii( r.eiicli k ll,'‘id* liH-od >aiu Ii, '.i .vj “ ii .e .' tic .rii’i d, liii k und iti... t-. It 11U , i .'>0 U) '2 00 “ tine -o 1-, iiu:;'::i ‘‘ “ ] to 1 10 “ li.;c .’-'.'i; f'* I' ti-srln a;::rl •, );ari:, l l,r.«i'T V i’lter, 1 “ I'i,; ■ M = ailicie. twillt.d liiK d 1 .'/t) “ liin.-i, 'i; I'muI! , N o. l\\ ilit ti i:i ( (i I “ l’..io Mor(;; i-o aiitl k;d P.ui I.s 1 .'’)0 to 1 7.7 “ .‘uic i'ntint b ather ai.d lar.i y O p. 1 to 1 .)i) “ tine!- rl.er !!■ "its, a very fair -iict! 1 (O “ llr.e l;ip ai d ead, a vi ry good s!;i>e 1 1:> “ tiar DiJlcli L’v^ol.', all kip, 1 a!' “ line ''‘ii^ress ( !!;inn'i ll at-d kid .'nitf !:! 1 .''■.(i “ |i3tc!il itail.ti and enanu I 1 l-^ lo 1 -Zb Sii,)>> i.ial (Jailc rs, all --ladcs, [ rn’- .s V iryii;.; Iiiiui '.7 to 1 -’.7 ( iii',!' vns' Sii,'i r: ‘J.7 ro ov i:r; >(!nr:s and RL'nr.r:k>. tti'iits’ l^ntialo o\er-shoes, for winter ?2 t O •' sli'i^li I lit i’ubbers o\er >hoes, 1 tiO '« H libber Sa ridais, one t wo St raj 3 1 O ' Ladif-s' Butlalo (U'er->boes 2 .70 ( loMi O vei-> iioes 1 ;70 ilu. bor Boots 1 ( 0 “ '> Pur kills and Ovcr-.'hoes 7-7 Saiulals 7.'') .^!i^ses■ Over Shot's 50 c. to 7.7 IK'-MLS r.’C i'dAM FACTI P i;. Sh ji made Boots and Shoes co,i>tantly on hand »ind made to ord r at sliort n t:ce, fioui tlse b'‘st iniporteii sToclc. ti -Mts' (iiif pp. iloots. warrante i Ol) U. .'ole b.-ad bottouK, Dutch edge S .70 f. .. t; .i Dntth -(b:e, fui tcd on old legs, lo ortler i’p. Foot d oa old lej^s, to oriler (.e:;ts' tine calfSi.oes, to order ‘‘ hi’a\ y kip sewed .Shoes I-a lie^’ line « all Shoes and Jiopts i 7 heavy kip “ DT’tl ;'i..s of our own nianiif'i .\ ai r ,nted no' to rip. Prices by this atalogue a re I'or cosb on’y a.s the ^oods coulil ui)^ be soldot il.e ver}- lov*' fi-nre iiieiitionet! than tor cash. 'I'he above comprises but a smull portion oi our stocl;, as it i iinjMissible to eiiuiiierate every article in an advei ti>en.'eiit, tbit it inay be ur.dersto(,)l without seeing the gootis. BOLTIIIO CliOTKfi. P,]?I:M a STEELE. Oer. 7, I'!',.'- IIAHDWAIIE OF ALL KINDS. BiJEM ST I EL Oct. 7th l-.7n. jladies dhess silks. rEs'^lir. Largest nd most varied Stock ever Jl t.fl'-i eti in this market. BUI'.M vSc steelp:. O, r. 7, ISIO. "V j rsLlN D'i.AlNS, plaid:', ivc. BPvE.M Oct. 7, IS'G. CASH y\ ]•: K E s, STEEI.E. LADIES CLOAX{:S. A'l'liV L.M\(;E .S'l'fX'K. \i ry cheap and -Z iL I b j^-.iiit. Ocf 7. l -r.Cv r.BEM .V st]:i:le- M-tf. FAf. Si WBXTEU GOODS, At Fisher, Burroughs 6c Co. WI' are now prei'ured lo cxbM)!! j.n c.-kU ii- sivc Slock ol FaI.L and WJN'l Eil (.JUODS. invite .111 e.v iiuiiiation ol our French .Alerinos, M ills I h L iines, i’lintcd C.isbineres, lii h Silkr;, JJonibazincs, Einbroiderics, Ali>ace:is, and I.adics CLOAK.S AND T.vLMAJk BOOTS & SHO£S. HATS & CAPS, A fine ass( rtiucnl cf the above Good>—ex cellent in fpiMliiy iiiid Midi-r.i!'' ill piioir—ut FI iilid Midi- ;Hi:r, I!(, k’P(»fgh.s vS. co. filAUT MACHII'TES. 'i’hc subseribt'rs b )ve oil band a supply oi these sujicrior iVLicliines, v^ hicii they are ol- leriiifj- at low pricc.s lo.- C.\S1L and warran ted to give satisluctiim or no sale. AI so, a full assortiurnt of gi niiinc Anchor Brand B01/1IN; CI.OI IIS, ut FL-^iJEB, BFUBOLGIIS A CO. Plaster and Cement. .50 Bbls. Pbistcr ai:»l Cement tor sale bv Flsili.li, Bi:UU(.»V(JMS vV ::b. thus disciplined. l>ut for such .'i c>ur.'^p ot ^ the Gorman Itinguage : I training tho massive mind of a Webster, the i 'Jo my Fruuds :—^^any of you, nltliough I jrraspiiii^ froiiiiis of «'i Chaluiors, and tho | not all, know that hypochondriac is a man v.o find so rcp!i ti‘ with iut and olovating | st^i^^oco, and the loro, and tb.o liistor of a plagued by fii.vod ideas, and that therefore si ntlnioiit.s, (lo.iuoiitly t'xpre-sod. that wo i thousand ^t.•^rd of the sauio groat galaxy had ' many a nmu has freed himself »f his suffer- copy ht low, lor the -ratifieation ..f o:.r read- I boon wlmt they aro: : d. .vi-!i th- au- j ing by ,j^u;cido. ]Wf.,r« I bavo condemned vantages of such a process of tliseipline. ' sidf murderers fi>r t.hcdr act ; b»it after I have nianj'^ a gifted but miturturod mind miglit bocomo a hypochondriac myself, and know liave shone with a. steadier and a clearer j the fufforings of such an unfortunate bfing brilliancy. t I pity tin* poor ones. In eurly youth, when ••The results of stuily in tho advanoornent I was abtiut sixt«'on years old, I sufiWred of tho arts that multiply tlio appliances of from palpiiations of the heart and frighta> liutuaii comfort and andenibollisli civ- | without dreaming; however, I slept rest- iiizotl society aro incalculable. All comes ! lessly and but very little. This was tho of studious thinking. And yot those who ! beginning r.f my sufferings ; then at onoo esteem thenisidvos tho practical men aro apt ■ q thoutrht struck mo that I was lo»ing my to undorrato the thinking ukmi, the book j senses, and that they would take me to a men, the non-pi-odiicer.-, as they sometimes j lunatic asylum: whether awakn or asloop call them. lUit this is a sorry triumph of | tbisthought pursued me. Often I was com- narrow prf judice over soiiml reas'ii. \our polled to lu>ld myself on my chair, whilst educated, thinking men are often tho most reading. tt» keep me from sinking down ; valuable product rs. The farmer, as ho ! ^fteii I was so downhearted that I had tears turns tiief' rtilo glebowith the modern plough i j,! my eyes, and t;omelime.s 1 was very near wiih which scit tice lias replaced tho chini- j the act of jmtting an end to iny life. All sy in)[deiiiont of ftinner times, must not for- 1 reasoning was «if no avhil, and I can only gi-t his id)!ig!itions to the applied .sciences j eredit my moral courage that I hud not tliat cx{>edito his l.ihors and onhaiioe their committed suicide before this. Although results. Xor should ho forget that chends- this one i-lea htvs been partly subdued, yot try has tau^^l.t him lo fertili;:o his glebe.— iiiiother—that I am the most miserable of all The moss t;t practical men can scarcely es- , buman beings—has become so terrible to m® tiinatc tlii ir obligations ti' mental labor, nor . jb-^t 1 can exist no longer. I'hore aro cer- tho vast amount of physical toil that is fore- i tainly but few who in their actK have gono stalled by tin,- results of .-tiidy. Who made | wt>rk so painfully and consciontii>nsly ut our railroads, along which sweep with the ; X have; and by nil vea.soning I do ntit find speed of winds, columns of passenger and ; the least of a guilt. 1 have uhvays Ptriveu burdi n tr:ii:;s, now .scouring tlu? plain, now aS'tpr perfection, truth and virtue, and after plnngiiig through tho tunnel, now waking | the model of the mo.^t virtuous men. 1 h&vo Blankets! Blankets!! Blankets!! fi ( 0 5 00 .3 .30 2 l!l) 2 0 1 • .-o are are ail .3 0.1 1 7.7 iubscriber off, rs for sale two farms Ji lying oa tiie waters of ( iear Cr,.ek, in MI cklenbiirg county—the lirst known as The Alexander tract, contaiiiing 300 Acres, Well i'.tiprovctl, with a u:ootl and couiM.otl OI s dwelling liouse, and uL the oi t-h )jisi s necessary for a fa/in,ii; good rejia.r. There is also A good Store-House ON lilK i’UK.IlVKS. TIiis property iies >ti inib-.s tro;n Charlotte, a: tlie (^lO'S Ko.ids, on the main load to Con cord. 'J'he fani' is in all r(*sp cts in good con- liition, and contains a quantity of fine bottom 1 a ml. The other Tract, Adjoins the above, anil contains Tiiis i-; al>oa well imjiroveii tarm, with good biuitlintis, has ex. ei.fiit '1 imber on it, a goo l mead .v,-, and a lirst-rate C;5'ton liin. There i» also ou this p! .'-0 a S'’ 'i Botii e.f the above farms are oPsiraMe estates, | ■ and v.ill I'e sold on r, a'ional>le terms, pnlv on the premises. .1. M. W. FLOW. Fine Bed and Nejjro B!.ink t^. Also, Phiitls, K'erseys, and /.inst js, a large stock !it low [)riees will be (bund :it, FlsllEB, BI’BHOFGHS CO. 3.^ 2:r o- Sbclf Hard\\ ave, Iron, Strid, A*iBI('l3L- Tl'RAL JMPLK.AI LN I'S, ^:e. Aic. Paints, )ils, and V.iriiish, eonsiantly on i band and tor s.ilc low by FisnEu. BVPvUonJHSji CO. Minhig Ropes. We hnve in .'O re two CoiI.s inch (Jraps Rope lir:l will be sold at New York cost fo casih, (re'ght iidded. FisHin;, ni'BROUGHS .'c CO ("harlotte, Octob- r 7, L^.lti. - ‘ha NOTICE ers, a fen- of its passages. It is a discourse on ••.'^tiidy. its Aims. Theorie-i. Kesnlt-', and Howards," delivered before the literary so cieties of Jellerson (\dl'ge. iVnnsylvania, iti August last, by the llev. I>r. dunkins, of Ilidlida >biirg: and what perhaps obtained for it Ol i ospi'cial attention is tl'.at tl.e rev erend tiuthor w.’.s formerly our fellow-tov.-ns- inan and the able and esteemed pastor of one of our churches:—yalivnal lulc'ligi n- err. •‘The philo.'ir.pher v, iio iletils with nature, forgetful of Nature's (.Ji'd, is employeil. liki* the anatomist, upon p. cold corji^e. Eiiik by link he may trace t!io cbaui of second caus es by v. Iii(di tho scheme of iKiture is carried on: but unless he recognizetl a iir>t cause tlio others will never liv* nor move, and his theory will be imperfect, llis iiivestigjilioiis may evolve some light; but, like star-beains on the* snow, if lovt ly, it will be cold and dim. The physiologist may investigate our bodily system, ‘.^o it arfully raid wonderful ly made.” Dissecting-knife in hand, he tntiy scrutini/.e every muscle, and fibre, and jtiint, and vessel, aiid niembraneof the dead subject, until he may fancy that ho has matt red the tbetny of life, and can t»dl how every function is subserved. lie may al- nio? t ctMielude v.-itli tho materialist tliat life is the result of more organization; but still ho cannot make the dead subject live if tho aninKitv-d mul be gone. Just so in regard to th(‘ wlu>Ie iield of nature, fjlod oxoluded in our researches, nature is a corpse. God excluded from the thi-orie.s t>f science, and all is cb.eerioss as the shadow of death ! 'Fell me, as 1 gaze upon the glories of the hoiiv- cns or npmi tl.e loveliness of oarth, that there is no gtid ; or tl.at, if there be, h'' takes no part in atlministeving tlie law;; and carrying on the vast i^rocess of nature, and if 1 can b(‘iieve it, natiTrc dies beneat'i my pa/.e! 'i\ll me, as 1 btdiold the mighty roll of suns, find worlds, and systems, that there is no All-wise mind to guide, no Almighty arm tt» control and regulate their motions, :ind, if I caii believe you, my rapture turii' to terror, nu’ iidmiration to anguisli! 1 know not the inon’.ent when world may dash a- gain>t world, and snn rush blazing to tlie I embrace of sun. and system become entan gled v.ith system, and I and all I love bo crushed in tb.o catastro])ho. ‘■lint tell me that .Jehovah reignoth. and I can rejoice. Tell mo, as I bend my at tention to tho study t>f mind and its laws: as I look into the di'op and dark recesses of tlie heart out of whi.;h ‘are Ihr^ issue*: of life;’ as I btdudd the human intellect in ruin, yet mighty and immortal in its ruins; as \ gaze wiih tremiding on tho maelstrom of lunnan passions, ti-11 me there is no tiod to restiain, tin sjnvit to veiiO'.v, no blood to cleanse the mind of tho’f.illen, and. if I be lieve. mav faitli, like that of dt-vils, v.ill j 1?' AVILL .'e]l on the Ptin d.-iy of M.nrch next. I iil. en ill" pii'ini'fs (d' tie' Miiu',—it being in 1 c>:un:y. N' C., on tie-we;-t .'■ide oi'(';i;.‘iw- i Ki'."'r and Fork—thv> v-'eU-km-wu make me tremble m,>rcl Hut h-t mo recog nize. in idl the Helds of hi’inan knowh dgo-. a God of inliiiite perfection ; let me discover (Joil in ntiture, God in t!;o heavens, upon e.-irth, tlod in ]'liilosophy, in giolog^', in a-tronomv. in chemistry, in i xact science. with their roar the mountain cchoi s ? Did [ ucvor done any wrong, but no reason aids the laborer make it with his pick and sp:de ? j mo ; 1 am suffering in such a measure that True, ho did tlie delving, but ton thou.'and : I am compelled to put an oml to my oxint- diggers never could have br)ught the iron hor.'o along our valleys and over or beneath our hills had not tiu ir toil been guidi'd by science discovered tuid applied by educaft'd mind! Ami ti;e iron horse himself, whose creation is he? Did you book-despising IiracticJil men, unuided by f cience, dig him from the mine and forgo iiim at the anvil? No, again. Tho iron horse, with hix fier}’ bowtd.-:, and scalding breath, and terriide scream and tluinder roll, and mammoth strengrii. and amazing speetLis tho creature of edu(;isted mind, tl'.e re-^ult of study. l"n- guided by science, all the artisans on earth could not have built tho cl'.’.msiest i >cuno- tivo. And who lias taught us to awaku the slumbering lightning, and set it leaping from hill to hill, and from city to city, tl.e instant herald of thought? Another triumph of science, another result of study.*’ once. Uut few happy houri 1 have liad dur ing my life ; therefore, it i» better thnt I should part. l>o not condenui niP, my friends, but pardon me if I bavo done you wrong or offended you. Tiiis i« an expla nation of the step 1 bavo taken. A .S rt. ri.MioL'.'i liKiKGi:.—Tho construct tion of tho tower.s for tlie suspension bridge over tlio Ohio at Ch’ncinnati i.*i progressing. Tlie towers aro eighty-.'«i.x by thirty-two f(*et at the b.'iso, will bo two hundred and thirty feet high, and ono thousand and aix feet apart. Tlio cabh*s will bo anchored I throo hundred feet back on «‘och side of tha river, pass over the topn of the tovvflr.-*, and thus be mad(' to ^ustuill tho weight of the bridge. 'I’hi* entire span, theroforo, will b« sixteen hundred and .six feet—ft littl*» Hhort of one-third of a mile. The elevation of the lloor at tho midlle, above low-water mark, will bo one hundred ard twenty-two Tiir. WAV A FioiTT NK vvA.s ^^AI —An inventor, who has made a fortune by pro- j f,.et. porls’ briutring his produf tif^nfl before the “—* • , * I ArrF.ST (*r Sl'I'l'oSKH Ant")T.ITIONlHT.'». puidio. in a rectnit communication to u ; 11,. ! —Tiiird Sercennt 'I'hoinaR Price, of tho riiib'idelphia paper, savs : I , , . . i. T T Mounted I’lnice, arrested in this citv hi.xt “ 1 bis is an ago or imjirovomont, and so ] . . , , r , ■ ■ evening, m tht> vicinitv *t Drayton street, raiiid are the now anti nselul invenlionf«. I , , , . . 1 1 an individual named .Jnmo.s .M.'irshall, who that wc have harfilv time to utter a-tonish- , „ , , I ' . , , . J wa; dtdivernig an aiiobtion spc och. r rom nient bel .'ro another is hrouirht lorward.— | . ‘ . . . . ,, , . ^, Ml n-rpff'rnnce it wtis supposed that many It IS, thereforo, needful that all sliould be I . , V . .. , , , i inbibitionfi of S'outhern red-eye lired up hi.*) made knov.n. 1 he! public )>ress shoubi be j i ('"ijf -/ prii'r Ilf' prr niiniir-gJ) 3 3, 1 il o inc!i Binds ? ‘-0 2 t :.'S I !l S Jlle‘1 BiilKij 81, .lolm S8('!5i'y Wjtj J, 2^*.: I SURGEON DHNTiST, {Graduut’ j' f’n oj Dt-nful Si: CL''■'•:.) , Having located ])frin;nii ii!iy. t mb rs his pro- : f.ysioiKil s;!Vtce> !(• th' e;i:.'.,‘us oi t.'baibcli', N. C., and ‘ vlciiiiiy. , Dr. W.HVt pn'ji.av. und hi>'’rr artUleial p.-d.Ues , ami olitinattii>, :iud att.'iids to the correi. [jnu el' COSlgeuilal ;t\n\ ueeid. utal b 1.irmii 1-> of th'' toeth and jaw ^ H- i.i pr. pavi d tii aisi-rt nrtiticial teeth, atti r v'.n- mi.st appru% eil ne ;ho,i-:. ■ Otlice (r.i liyou m (.’mi.-ou s new ^ building, up staiis. ! Nov. ISth. "j 3 J 3t; 11 4S ■! 1 ■ a 1!) UG I r II \ (U) f. I r- 3 d M S,i ;ti .\otic*c. The cop.'irtuer.sliip of GKn McKov w;.« ■ iissolved oil tlie ‘i2a of July ia.^f, .J. (.». MeCuy htving pui'cliii-sed Mr (Jli ii'.' i'.ren'st in the Mnrble ard an«l Not an»l Aceennts. All con tra ^t^ must be tiiad.- with .J. (L ^^eCoy. Ch;u"Htte, October 7. 11-tf c Saws. IRCUL \K SAW8froni V2 to 60 inches, tor .sale at H liEM A S TEELES' Wauled. i> ^k^^lH'SHEL.'^ of dried Pt'.-^che,^. i>. :ded and unpi aled.for wh;ch tli-‘ highest CASH price wiU be paid by D(.c. Q. rf T. M. FAKROW. i “ .3b _ LEATIIEil BELTi?;G. 'Plu‘ publii: may iiii>t.i.d on gelling the best article that imu beh.uijhoy v. ill run strai-::ht, hold til ii‘ v. idtii, and run Ibit to the piilb y. 'Plieso liaiii's are made of the be.«toa!i tanneil Icaiber, and the vr,//./ onlv ustd. 'l'i;cse joints are i>ut togither with viitvi-pro 1 Cement, v.Twch iill,;-.\s them to be u-'etiin d;iiil[) {dices, vvifhe;:t anv el^’cel upon the joints. ’Phe best oi’ eoDpi-r rivets u>cd. An assi>rtnu‘nt gencrr ily on hand, an i all kind.s iiiadf toortler, Al.co, .MA(nilNE BEI'P CLASP, for coiinectincf Belts or Bands ti gether, to run on -Matdiiiierv- Tiiis («iasp i.^ made of ]datcs of inettil tinted out o*: tho inside, making teeth sharp eiionchto press inti'thc B; lt and bobi it, "it ll ou t cu tt in into and i III p.i i ring; i ts strcnc* b, i.'‘ the case witii ma’iing holes to bice tiirouub. or otherwise. It is,v»'hcn applied to the B'll, c.oniiiied together by means ot serews,unde tor the piirptisc,) si) as lo hoid on to every pirticle of the B^-lt. Hicreby retaining its v.-hole strength. An assortment alvViTys on iiaud. Also, .‘^iinrrior r ACELE.VTflER on hanti, aii.l C'(.)PPI',/{ l»l\ETS, witii IJurri'. Jiobn nd I’pper Leather ol every degcription con*t;» tly on hand, at b>W]>rices. 117” Cas!i paid I’or (ireen or Dry Hide?, or taken in t xchangc tor l>,>ot.s and Shoes, at Cush prices. BOONE & CO. Charlotte, Oct. "i, 1 ?5(i. 3in i'C'n. taat all i)i,' Ni>’ ;.i.d Ae.'‘ouu! of Sc Co.,raid .llli.sjMi !.S:. are tr::ns- fern i] to ihf und^•l>:"nl•d, f.ir ll;.- !■. ;■. !:i d' ihe er (liters of -,ii,l Firni': r. -p ■etivdy. .-nd tlr t till V are in till' hands >if ,L H. 1)an5i.i. fov inni.r- d;.-i:e eoilrorion. '• r indn.ig. m-.,- eanut t be ■’•iven, a.S the d(d>ts jriu.'^f I'l /I,!t:.' .lOIlN AT.T.TSOX 1). c. 2.3, tf J. if. DANIEL ^X'oticc. A Valuable HOUSE and LOT I'11 E s:ibser iber otVers Ibr sale bis 1 l,ir::e and weil-iiiipi'oveu llorsE and I,or, situ itcil in the s.:iit ht i n jiorti.iu of' tiie ti'Wii, ndjoinnig tiie /,ot> n,)v.- owned by U. F. Ditvids^.n anti A. H. .Martin, known as the Spiatt p.ojiorty. Mr. J.diii Daniel i-; fully aiiUionz. c* lo i.ial.e sale in niv r.bst nee. Pi rsor.s in w..r.t ol a desinible sit. uiti...n in town, v.oii.'d do we(/ to c ill ami I'x- amine this propt rty. 'I'lit: House andallout- biiiltliu!.’‘s are ucvv' ai d in t'ir.st-r:iic order.— Po.'S .‘.si.,),I ijiven . iinim. diately. T rins made to suit the purchaser. JOHN ALLISON. August I'J, 1S3G—tf 2^i^C>tl*OOr. A Valuable HOUSE and LOT f-'OR OR Rf:yT. ^pHE sub^cribt rs olFer their ;ve:! ini- X proved Lots in the tnwn ol ^'b ir. lotte, l‘or sale or rent, ." ituated in tiie eastern j>''rtion of the tou n, known as the PeiHiian p.-operty, eonta ning 1 It^ts. The un improved lots arc very desirable building Lot'. Apply to John R. D.init I. ALLISON & DANIEL. Au?. 13,1656—tf wiili sixty .Tcn's of L; nd. im-n^or Kitaeii(*d. with two goo«l springs; ib.e n.e;t t>t'tl « l;,nd is wood-l.'iiid. It will be sold uu a en d.t of «^\ iiiouiii.^ ^\ i!h int. rest from date, th^' ])”rcl:aser I giving bond and s euiity. Any p-TS 'u wishing ■ to purcb.-ise ^\iil do 10 call (.:i Win. 1 . 1 •.I' id.'-oii. Z. .V. (mI' V. Vi ii'iiu .Mont:*iiuii I ;i.m! .1. C. Aydl(.,te. or Wm. Ji. M' Lean ai the {.Joid i iFinL- abuv.' in> niioi.! d. WM. K. McLE.AN, F.x’r. D e.'3. l'^.3t''>. 23-3t EM-\54_ ST>f£v a«d .Siatc IS«n«3s ihv W11..L be oflered for sale to the Ing’nost bid der. on a credit ot six months, ou Tuesday tl.e 17ih day of Jaimary nex>, at theCou.t House in the town of Wadesborou^li, of the Capital iftock of the Bank of Wadesbo- rou>.;h, XOO of the Capital Stock ot the Hanl- -.'f Ch irloU-; AUo, Fiv“ S'ate Bonds ofO.ie l b, -i^ai.d Dol lars each,—the property of t:.e la.e Mrs. Ann P. Leak, tlec’d. W. 11. LEAK, ^ .1. A. leak. Ee.'. IG. 18.-0—3t tho first rosourco to ticcomplish tho desii-od (Mijoct. Lot ovorvdody know what you h ivo done, and what yi.u v.ish to do. It is oxpeiisivo,’ s;iy-= one. What of this ? Is is expensive to enjoy lit'e. If you try to live ^vltliout eating, it will save sixj'cnco, but by the tiiiio ycui get l.-^arnod .'t will bo in hi^tory, in government, and in literf.tiin' I ji’p ,,f yo:i. So will adverlising : jn- ns well as religion, and then light and life j dieiou.'ly clone, it is only liko learning—it perviuh's them all I An tdij( ct worthy or j p^n iiovor l>o lost f.i a valutiblo inventor.*' tliO a'^pirations of the immortal mind is found ill every departn.eiit f science. And I cr.n trfice her labyrinth and scale her heigiit-,:. and exnloro h'>r depths, and en counter lier labor.s and trial."', foildingat eve ry step tl.nt a Fiithor's eye is upon mo, a I'atber's arm around me. that a I'ather’s i favor will secure my triumph, and a I'ath- or's smilo rewanl my toils. ‘•Stv;dv is in a degiro its own reward.— j 'I'he very exerei~e of tl.e faculties is it>elf i plcas::rab!o; ai.d tho .‘■.•icccsyivo evolutions of truth, tho tiow of thought, the infiu.- of new ideas, and tho stirring of tMnotion are occasions of delight. What Tyro has not lioai d t f the gl;;.l ‘Knreka. eureka,’fif the delighted mathemritieiiin ! and who lia.s not : cxpi’rienced a kindred ccstacy when some i iiew truth has th;iiled the mind ? ••'I'lie o,'\rlior t, and by i.o means the least 1 important of the ber.oiit.s of .‘■tinly are tho j diseii.liiie and inipiov. ioc-nt of mind, which prepare- it l3)r higher flights, steadier of- ' t'orts. find a wid> r range. All things but God f.ro ];rogres‘ivo. 'J'he p.T-t and tho Xorthern feelings, and bo undertook th« rospoimibility of giving to a few little nig gers his Opinion'* of .Soiithoni institiitionii. Tbty wero auiu.sed ut biui, and when ho was arrested gave throe heartj’ cheers at hi# success in getting lodging.s at tho I’olico Harraekw. Another gentleman of the f*a’no stripe was also arrested in tho vicinity of the market and was hickod up. They will be quietly sec^t from the city to their North ern homos, and should bo thankful each at having escaped a coat of tar and featheri. Snrannak (Jrorgian. — — Good Hit.—A Methodist divine on Sun day, ftdmini.strated a mo.-t »0Tere rebuke to a common cu.stoin in those days, reading adverti.sements from tho pulpit. A paper was brnded to him, giving notice that “tha introductory h^cturo of tho annual courfl# would bo delivered on Monday night,” iVo., at a certain medical institution in thi« city. 'I'ho preacher paid he bud cousciontioQS Kcrupli's against cheating the printer, by making such aniiouucemmt» from tlio pul pit; that ho never heard such advortisement* road in cliiirci’i without reminding liim of which will 1)0 compb-ted in less than a year i > i m j • u * - th2 old deacon in Alexandria, who, on a from this time, and the e!iaT>el for I’rote.~t- . • • i ^ i • „ *, *. ' . certaiu occasnm, exhorted in most oament ant whorship in Rome, i.s still cojitiinied. , , * i * , iiid veiiemtMit langunge the sinner* ui hi* To;;n’ado.—Wd learn t!mt a frightful congregation to repent, or they would all tornado pa?.>ed tbrou"h,the upper portions* j go to hell nA sure a.s there wa« tl«ur for Kale of this District some few days pa=t. For- ' -'it Alexandria, and ho was Kuro there wan tuuately no livc.s v.-ero io.st. though m.any \ tht'ro, for ho liad received jui«t tho were imporiletl. Consitleraide damago was ' day h(:f>tre a fino n.=sorfm**nt, winch ho done to tirn'Tr and fence.®. I'odder stacks j would .*oll as cneap as any man in tlie city. .tiid their PudGiU'-f^s OF IiKl.7;ioy.—It appears i'’r('in r’eoent reports, that the American, For eign and Chri^tian I’nion. has been very successful since its organization. Conver- sitins tVoin Roman Catboliei-nuBr especial ly noticed. Tv.-eiity congregations of Fi encb, j (icrman and Iri^b, have been t3^rmed from j ineuibors of the Konii^h communion ; more ■ i than ono thousand Uomanir-ts have been j e..nvorled in connection v.ith the services j of the mi.«~ionarics employed, aiid about ten thousantl Komtuiish ci.ihiren and youth j have been gathered into Sabbath Schools, i The society is engaged in the erection of a } church edifice ft'r the Americans in Furis. i To Teachers of Public lichcols. A Ijf, persons who desire lo act as Teaehers in the D.strict S; bool- of Mecklei bi:rg coun ty, during the 1st and 2d tiuarters of t.^e year ! doubt, that the u.-ual coHegc curricul'im nf- 1S57. are requested to attend at th.- office of ; fords the mo.st cfiiciont proces.s of mental the .Niutviat 1 ire Insuriiice I'ompar.v on th^ ! lOth day (Saturday) of January, JS-37, :or the | purpose of being examined and lecei vu;g cei- i of 'tuty. pro.sct.t are tho parents of tlie future; and were literally torn to pieces, .w,u tueir . ^ ni'.i'.rrr.—The negro worxhippors, who l;e who will i;i r t."iko tli-.-top.s that belong frag’ments born in *ome in.^^ta'.-^es two or to mix tip black and white indirtcrim to the present will not have made the pro- three miles from it original location. Home : inutely in the uiilroad cars and .‘tago.'», have r.T ^vl:ieh the f jturo v. ill demand. Tho ! f,*w hfmse.s wore blown down and tln ir con- with a rob ;(r i;i the decisi>n of the jury d the v. isd.,m of manv ccner- ! tpnts rdtilos.^lv scattered about bv the wind. : ’ 'ndX ^SWs'm charged j exper;. iif o a: I ations I hvo proven, beyond rea.^ouable i In one inf'tanoe a carpet l>ag: wa,? taken up * comp discipline, which ii a mo^t valuable re.sult tifjcates. J. P. BOSS. tsup. Com. Schools. E. NVE HUlCHLStJa, pj- p M. D. JOHNSTON, ^ Dec. 16;h 1856—4w 3Totef; of Ilasid, L*PT PRINTED and f.ir sale at tho OiHco of the ‘'Wf^tern Democr.t.” “I am aware that, in this age of short- dghtod utilitariani.sm. tho conceit of pciol- ists. the pragmatl.sm of vi.sionarieg. the in dulgence or avarice of parenti*, and tho im patience of ‘Young America' combine to deprociate the value of a thorough college course. But the rirdict ' f the erperienced the cft.se of t t!>n. 'Fhe Co' had tho right to mnko by the wind and c.arried a dt'taiico r.f one : such n gulation.s an were to th«dr internet, mile birforo it touched the ground,—M/iri- ; ‘tod having desi/nated particular cars for on Stur. I tbo negroc>«. it was tin* province of tli** jury —• j to docitle whether thi.s wa» a proper reg^i- Anxio’is Fiither—‘•Wbnt am I tt> do with lation; if ao, it was tlie duty of tho negroc* you. sir—what am I to do with you ? Do i to occupy them- and not to obtrude tJiem- you know if you continue yo’...r pre.sent { Helveii among the white people. Tl»e jury course of cruelty and cowardi‘o, you will considered the rule a reai^mable and pro be lit f»r nothing but a meiriber of Con- ' per one, and give a jadgojent for th« gr»*?s ?*’ 1 conipuny. 'I’he point a» U> whether the Distracted M-'ither—"Oh 1 don’t «av that i company are bound to eonvcy p^-r^oijK with- fiither don’t, father, you will liumilat*? tho j out dl.-finetion of color ii» to bo decided by hoy j the g^-.ierul t*-rrn.

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