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WEDNESDAY, Novc'inkr 3. 1S52.
JT 1 1.1.1 A t iniotfX'. r.M,., i rai
pent in Baltimore. ntbri-a to oht,on ilvt rlisc
,m-t.U Bd ib?cr.,.li..t.., to grant r.-c, 1Ht.
lr t. .--AUR, r-,., l.-ur -K.. ........
ITV. It. r-lnier, Enc., is nr nliioriK-it nt
t rcc-ivc ndvi-rtiwiurnts unit nl m npiior,- t lo
ntfifc. in Bw.tr.1), New York nd I'hiUilclpl.ia.
Plank Road Notirc.
S. the advertiseir.ent of I.. K. Thomp
son, President of the AYestem l'iank Koad
in this paper. 0
The Kail I load, kt
VA-.. -,,,,1.1 ...il .Mi.rilM ia fl. si lcrrtisn.
inents to found in this days issue, of the the election is over, a reference to this re
schedule of the Charlotte and South Caro- mark can ot be construed into a political
lina Rail F.oad, a.So to the new line of four article, designed to bear upon the Prcsidcu-
horse Post-Cn.vbes of Mesers. Springs &
'.,. A's-.. to the adverti.-cmcr.t of M fsis
s & C
j. s ii" w -tore.
We are authori?eil to st ;te thit this g--n-thman
will not vi-.it Charlotte anl vicinity;
for some two weeks to come, as nil his ar-raiift-iuenti
hive h"-n ebsiii'i-d, IIU friends
will he fl-t'y mtiSrl w'ueu they may expect
nrnlt iu .UrcMlenbiii's:.
Tidnw we ar enabled to ive the result
in Meekh-nbur- etmntv. It" a HI be seen
that 1'ieree Slid rung Iml Lewnu tteia over
MM vo.i. This looks a 1
This looks a little like that Free
Suffrage elected Reid iu Au;n-t
iS. i G.
Mr Lear t.
. mti i.-Oiijr,
sQ PI 15
fiail Boad Celt bralion al Cliarlullc
The celebration of the loro; b.iy.cd-f or
cotnpWtkin of the Charb.ttt ami Smth. Car
olina Kail lloit came off 0-.i Thursday ht-t.
Th cerenioti?s were grand and iinPo-i: ,
indeed. The Ciie-tJ-r train first arrived
esrly in the luortiing, w ith fifteen cars over
flow iug with pa-tiiengcrs. An hour or two
afterward the Winnsboro Train came with
an immense nuniht-r of pa.-sengers. Anl
lai!y, the Colombia Train came with in
hundreds or thousaiids, and by this time the
yard of the Iepot arid ail the streets and
!lie of Charlotte were thronged by s crowd
of at least twenty thousand person. The
number has been variously estimated st from
CfttKra thousand to twenty five thousand ;
but person, who-K; opportunities have ren
dered tictu be.-t cuieuiateC i, jitdoc r.f u( h
as-ijblae, put 'iosu the i.a ', . r at what
we htestfid, A lare f.motcr of the
fairest diigi,ter of West,-! n N'.jrth Carolina
ud South Carolina, favored the wasiou
ith their preseisf-e aud beauty. The Odd
Fi-lls. Sons of Temprraure and Ca lels,
Ua-ld by a fine lira Hand of luu-ic fr.-,m
' i.fliu, iJ, iijrebed in fod reaiig, ul : ..
wL ,, after bein
;u": ii ii ej o,
ll. 5lr-hal of tiie .'. , v .
sd ui A - (;. t-. L;
. . t !i, and .loo,, U 1
front of the D p t. w ii
en. . oil n A. ii..
il. -nat.ts K. '. ii
-. 1 1 n ana t tho
o o.i- . i.,. fr ,;,,
c ; -e-i by a -1, . I.
I l. !ioi ., , ;,e. . ! ,.t a
Osiii.rn, Kip, of ( iiarioiti
citizen of North Car iina.
.; iron, J. V. .
in behalf i-i the
lie was res.n.
dedlo by Mr Paliii-r. Dresj.;, nt uf the Ib.-ad,
ma M!cch which tl i i h inor tihi- head and
srt ,t fhc eowclusi-ifi of bis speech, Mr.
iiiidsj, S) , v J'residei.t of tin- South Caroli
na Kail lio.d, was loudly called for by the
crifwd, He spp. -.red iijn the stand and
did full trtdit to the occasion, tei bis own
State, d w .,. reputation, .fudge LIlis
was then sld Urf ,j mtertaiued the'
crowd in M nsM'ty UUiim tyb- for1
mum time. Col. lUyno, of Hv,i, t Volimr
was also called fW, Lut i,vt .ip aring. the
.Marshal, gsvt rIers for the fy-ulum-lr. .
li.! eh to tli mil Kei-.a!- '. -,;..
!rf s Isra and saf.j !.,u JijfUc t , ,, ,
been pr pared tinder the aupetiiiu-iidc:..
of our tstiwuu, Snmu.1 U.rrh. l;v '"""Ul l"T luu ,a ortJ,r l"
liotbat thUrsn dereureJ, thtTc.j1 "'Uf 4eHr'd tM'
"lnf bej aa to grow late, and the crowd
nmi1 their wsy.as het thef ould, to theii J UfCIUIV .Soiii eS
val i saarhsr. At night', h.d a bril-j W, La rJtU Xovcmhcr w.kr !
t.-,., o, w5rn mi t0t-,of
gotten up under the skill and energy of our
(townsman, Pr. Asbury, assisted by a
iL-mau from Columbia. After which, the
, , ,.
yean,- rentlemcn and ladies repaired to II,
11. A L. S. Williams' long room, and enjoyed
the rest of the mailt in skippin upon the
liuht fantastic toe." "
Thus passed nT the most brilliant and
eioiious day that the history of I'hnrlot
is fumisbcu (or seveutv O'lii venrs. s i . I it
must be a hijih source of grattliefiiioi. t.nrjr
citizens to know that our guests all It ft us
well pleased with the manner in which
tiie ciitertaiiiuiciit was conducted, and with
the general hospitality of Charlotte. It
is true that a portion of the delegation
from Yorkville, far a time, entertained the
belief that Mr. Oshorn had overlooked lIii-ui:lW iUI t-uiu-rial notice of them taken froi.
in his address of welemue. 1! it i,
could bo mere untrue, and we hope that
ay fiiv f aSi.fit.j of t,i , j.
.,, .,., .11,rl ., -,,,1 p,.,.,,,!,.,!
is a L'c'ocral one, an
t j the whole State of outn t aroiina. i itn
this exception no accident occurred to mar
the harmony of the iceasion. All pushed
oruer, pence nnd ij1
d i. u'u t, niiiCh
to the ereiiit of all coneenie
" Couhl I fnfc tor rtnif ni-ni .Y.ji'.'i nt .lift
yjH i-ifl t out's littr, tl would it
VlilllL'lll I'll AT.
This is this clo-
sentence of a note ad-
crat bv the Hon. II. Vi . Conner. N nv
tlal contest ;
and wc would direct the atten
tion of our 1'emoeratie Ineinis to the posi
tion i:i which it places their cx-Repreciila-
p(...iii,.f 1 1.,'iti ffil'i.lv 31,1 i!.-!iV
. " I J
atelv to reCtct UPO!! the COll-e rlelic
peiiuittiiij those ei.levtainiiij; such i piiu i:s
to guide them iu the paths of political duty.
The author f t':..:' - i t!i... :.t i- inuei t,:,!
to the Democracy d tiii,, di.-triet f ir the pre
fix of '' Honorable " t his name, and I
,i ei'.t not that iu conferring it they believed
thev were elevating to position a man whose
patriotism was suflieieut to cnlirace the
whole extent of countrv. This declaration
the extent of his capacity,
and that he is too secti Mini in his views to
urPort the nominee of his party, thongh
,i M,tuvh,r : .lMV (,U.
, - - - r s t
zes, because he reside .win oi .a.-on am.
ilhxons line, and is therelore beyont the
1 ttmita ; t-tiiclt In. trnuld .-n.et to finds
r-Wman Southeru in fcclin2 to adminl-ter the
(5, . . " ,. ..... . ,
government constitutionally. lh:s is tue
5y positiou of a man whose prejudices all know
SO; would forever blind him to other than De-
o moer-itie opiiiioin-. but who every one be-
Kr,r...A n,..Prt.i.,,rt-tH-" ft nil tint i ilia, in f. e
lleved wsncoascrvauve ami nau Jii
-,'t'ins towards the Union. And is precisely
(the position in which wc would expect to
5 find the secessionists and disuuioiii-ts, unless
they believe they could forward their pur-po-es
by lending tin ir suppovt to ihc uemo-
a'cratic nominee. 1 nis declaration is more
I- to be coi.detuiic J even than the avowal of
open uiiunion ser.timeiits, beeauac it drives
from the support of Southern coa-titutional
rights, a!l who occupy polificil po-ition
North of his pre-cribed iitie. by prohouj.cin g
the w hole unworthy of confidence.
If th- wishes of destruetioiil-ts North -t
South have been ; r- !;:!. 1 in the jut- elec
tion, the W can aj.peal tJ the country
raid say it lias l etu done again-t our iiie-t
assi-hioas efforts. The secessionist' of our
own par'y could not support our ticket be.
cause of its ktiosn hostility to their vies,
and in coust.-ijuence deserted us aud united
with their kindred spirits to advocate the
cause of the Democratic candidates. V'e
i . . . p . ... I,,
tno oi no Hf.ctssiuiii-t ciuier in puhiic ot
Jpporttd the election of
Scott and (iraham, but the whole as a party,
were found side by side with the bode of
the fanatics at the North. Usin-j tiieir most
strenuous efforts to elect I'ieree otid Kinj;
and if they have succeeded their jireee ieiit
will occupy the unenviable p. ition of hav
ii to faiti ,us to hi-rnjoiiizp, dianieti icaiiy
o; po ke ia their ieWs, If he concedes to
Hie rsjutii W natsiie has a nolo t,y the t.
stitution to require, his Northern aloes
desert him, aud turn him over to the n.
ties of smli friends j. Muj. CuMier v. I.
sympathy for him
headiiio t,i, artic;.'
tie- son!;, am
told iu the si. lit., in
Jt he torns 1.1
' ; 1 a- ti- cor
t I -'It. ill Sill;
r.s, a iiioo.ii
1 i.i- 1.
1 iioor 1.
f the fui
nly fdiow a:, : t'. :. . ,.t . wiil be
tie .. ie s hli !iJV ; ., , , i ti unite
the ii . .i ! o . tie ,r .o-t.i .I, .-.-,
t,r -unei.ii.r their pi oj,-i ty toii.e al !i : :i-
t . ad oi, by (Jvii. Ji i, It ii a matter
uf no JiiT.eulty to .Joteruiiiie which born of
the dilemma be eti .0-0. Though not a
pure an-i giitea stau-stiian," as tue editor ,i
of the Democrat er-oiicou-Iy makes Mi, C. ,
Ui rej.rtseLt loiii, Le is tiijlieieiitly thr. ied
to prefer his Noitln ril slii s, nhose sviiijia-
h his own, to tiiose whose
ireii.c. j ; ai,. by tl.l . .
instilut.ou- In; 1. as .;
ill biliiseif aii,ol,o tl
both factious can Cvi,
baling di-termiiied t
:-e, tue iJisuiiioiiijt-- 01
ratulatc tfaeui selves in
i: boundary of two c on-
fedtraeics, and point to Ma'01 and Iix-ms
line ait the Northern nnd Southern iiiniti ef
each respectively. Jt is the poiiey ....
. -: North and S u.t 1. to supnort I'ieioe
: King, liiiJ tin ir positiou shows that thev
Hu ii j -ti(;d ii, aud re willing lo forget their
1 l .'I'. i..l. ' 1
FcftsVit,-, :;lioSl h"iiin.
move titan its usually rich variety of inter
gen-esting matter. It also contains several be
Ut'ul -.. nn, una among then, the You0-
Artist, a most expressive picture, j. ,
We have also received tin' October uuin-
ber of the Xnrth Caroliua University Maga-
'due. A work which, from it iiu rein-in;.: in-
1 . 1 . .. 1 .
teie. - ianu ust.iu.n-sweervc. n lugit-aaeu ,
vivo of patronage in North Carolina.
We invite the attention of our readers to
ie l'l i-iiei tus of the Scientific American.
A work which evi ry man, v, ho lias any me
cuaiiiesiS taste, or gc.iui.-i, ought to possess.
I.r::isl;i:re of North Cnro!i;i;i.
Not havintr time to write ,.Sviii'))sis ofthi
to write Syiii'psis
he. i hit are, we ive
i -!, r.e.-ister.
InM.NiiS IX Til k LK;iLATrr,i:.
Both Ibmsos, it will be observed, by re
ference to Tuesday's preen d;iijs, have paid
n proper tribute of rcpeet to the
Statesman and I'atib't, L'AMi.i, Wkh.sTKR.
Th.i l.il! ti rei.,il n, t nf 1 !--! i
erentiuij a county by the name of Jaeknn,
to be composed of parts uf the comities of
Macon nnd Haywood, has excited a pro-
traded and animated debate in the Senate.
The respective rea.-eiis assigned for advoea-
. , .1 : 1,; .. ,n Vn. l
a '.near in the various speeches made upon'
tae sul.ieet in the Scute-a report of which,
iu ,)art' taken down bv Mr. FvMiM.irae-
i hi r m in in-- in nui, i her
, ii ...n. ; ..
column. 1 lie remainder s
.. .. v ... ...
next. I lie t in ltsill, It will lie seen, was,
on Wednesday, laid on the table and made
the order of the day for the Mb. prox.
The bill to amend the act ii.e ii--rat'iiu'
the H.ilei-h anl (iajtoii Rail R.iad t'ompa
I V, and supplyini certain omi--ioiis and de
fieietteies of the act of 1 .";!-! , v as called
en in the House nf(n iiiiiiionJ, " ii WeJin-day
1 ... U.-1...1, ('I,.:. S"ll M,l
f l'odv, :t , :.-il,v,.) :.- ho
4 abilitv. la behnlf of 1.
h and with much
i. i! Improvement
ircticrailv. an l m .v -r .it an i t n-i
the Centr.:! ll.iu !1 i1. Ka,-t and Wat.
C 1 (I .. . . ).,!! -.v.-;. .-
.v..- ) ,:'::
was ; 1 ti wiih !:' -un 1 a',- l.ti
ail. and with i 't r a-t o i-hin !.t 1 V t!.-
Lis r an y, w !.o go their death agailist tin
:u;.e'i"ra!l li even of a Public Hi Ji-way, aio
who had doubtless seen the written a.-.-u
vn.i which the (icneral !"ive the .' '
sOUlc lwo years since, to th.
,.ff0et that be would not advocate a further
embarcati-n in the work of Internal Im-
i.roveiuet.t, until the scb.-iue., then aud imw
progress, l,:ld been lu;'y trie Some
ror,.,,5i liaVc- even been uukin 1 and uuehari-
table enough to intimate, tout l.eii. Saun-
ders is actuated, in his present course, b v
certain coUMdcrauous of a -elfch t-barntt-.-r,
which m v nijie tliau eoiupeu-ate Sor that
(rrinp,,,a of t!ie ; .l.-t,;:,. heart, which
y l,,alJI , t.n.u-. The ilea! The idea!
i"e ari. of t!ia: number, who r.-o-ard it as
always a wise and prudent policy, in a Mate,
p, jirosecute the Work of Internal Improve
nieiit to iheJu.U ixt ;,t of its moans, and. in
many eases, even I its immediate
Wo r,..,rd such. (-sneeiaSlv. to t,
the true policy of Norm Carolina. And so,
di.scluii.iug lor oureives any imputation
v.r '.n if. n, Sac NPhKs' motives, we e :ei'i-
int ul, era
patriotic position, and upon his jaiiant rs
cpe from Hoativiile surrouudinirs. We
eoiuTatuiate the partv, that a i i i
ijian of i.iuii. Sai.'M.khs distinguished ahili
ties, jironjifieiit -tauunio; f,nJ ar'i.nowiedfd
ii.:'! u in-.- .should ha; u repudiated the lein
oeratic i'iatform anl v irtuaby embraced
two of the mo-t -. : and ciierished
articles th S lii-o . reed, viK : tiie coin'ti-tut:-iia!ity
and ju-tic..- of !. itef Distribution,
and ;!o . ,-til it; .:. .;,tv and j-ptien nf Ii,.
ternal Iiiipro; em. nt by the ( imi ral ' iovcrn
ineM I "1 he oniy r-i-Kt we feel about the
n.atl.-r, is, that lhe (u neral did liot have an
p .it i.o'y of doin this ear!is- in the
j.eiiuino campaign, so that we mi'.'ht have
had tin.- ! :it t hi
whi.-h wc, in eoiunioii with the Whig
party, have contended d,ould have, on ae
couiit of their ;it.il iioriii-ic importance,
t reat t.pearni. ut.i-n tot iysuU. "i
y to be hoped, that .in
ard," and its adjuncts in tie
" wiil not Trec;.. suiiiniari
' Kaiei-jh Mati'l
to r. .10 i.
01. S.ve-MiKHs out of the tiart v
ai.iJ eject li - tii from a,j tuture a,s-,neiatio
nith the " untcrrilieil," as they djd the la
lie lit. J Senatir llAVWutiii, a few year
bacK, w ben iiu dar,- f to avow s..ntiiiiei,t
that did int filiform to tiie ji il b.di.-.-t
aiol iron 1 xaetioiis of '. -i- intolerance
Aj l'atiior ilii.ii.E saith : A,u. tcrroiif."
LlV(.A"TU.S", Oct. ','3.1., 1-"
1. r- . tn i wer
1 0 n- :.
t Oi, Ul.d
1 on the I ".th in t.
I wit!, "f'atasiba Co, lee,. f" :.t . .
r the p.'.i. ii, .1 iiu-, e 1 i.jii of Mr. II.
ti -till, oil
t'nir i- -
V I in-
I 1 the
. i. in
I! o; c
i 1 . .
t -I to 1
i oi...i i
f..-....fy of . a. fiinl.ii :l,.' ii.f irio.i-
- and .ei ;j io. hia in t. .- ti-,n to
: . 1 of ii.t'oi !. ii.v cii-y an I t .
u-tr iti jiis, he ..'".ds the nueil to un-
und , v. ith cleat lie ss, the stuiiy in n hi,.
n V and in iiiis it av, prepaies ( j,,.
ii.iiiU ior a ome uo 1
- to I . 11. r iu 11. 1,
.It ii IN W. ELMS.
THi-i SOfTil CAI'OLIXA HAIL iiOAD.
liy refereiiie to an a i . 1 !.-, ne.i.t in
another column, it will be sc-n that th
trains on the Som',. Carolina Kail I!oad v. , : i
Co!nine!ice rm.i:i:ig -, muni to ' ! lin' 1 i
iid Camileii ou and aft-r Monday next,
.. 1 !:. it ail f' i.d.i f t 1 -'-.-r f tl place-,
sill be reef ived nt t!j oi.,pai,y's I. pot on
and aftrr that d j v -'!,:.. ' "ok Co i, h r .
It ha bfcsu rem .ri.cd that ladies
gener i!iy a great frar of lig htr.ing, :.i.d t!
has been superficially ascribed to the
ii'.ti.rsl I in.-' .! -, . but lhe tuta is that
low iLeir coueeisiUitiCiS of bin it-
HAIL 110 AD FAlTS
!.i ts..:i .
liutclier U. ruvne, tno liiueiaugiiu
uik ttaii I
w '' auo. "'-'
in t effort buioro the I'.iiih'Oftd Contention
',e,v hcl(j ut LMo Ko.k Arkansn, gavo
tj, fallowing conclusions to whleh Iiu 2.d11-
mis labors, ami investigations had conduced.
He proceeds to say that Kailroad history
i i . j . j r. . .
l.-t, That all Railroads hceitming at any
gnat commercial city on the seaboard nev
er fail if persevered in, to be good paying
That they never fail to advance the
commercial prosperity of that city
:i. That thev advance the vail
landed estate or property of the city and
(inuitiy through which they pass from 10!)
to as high) iu some instances, as iHil) per
I. That no matter how far the road is ex
tended, how many branch
the exten-ion, and
part such value U tl
."). That the comp
.--t-iek Peeomo valueless.
Witness: The railroads from lo.4on, New
York, ( 'hai'leatot and Saiaiiiiah, and the
same iu Kurope,
I Second: As a general, rule, all railroads
1 not terminating an such commercial point,
tly aonnectiug with one that doe
1 tl il t 1 1 tinmn in' lir..'l l l tl fl
I the stock '
bt?comes oi utie value. i
1. That they neither build up the town ',
they termmatcorj, they add much, if
anytlitng t the-.-ae ot the property ot the
touuu, iiii;ii wen iu j i.j.m.
'1 hat the exceptions to this rule are so
. ... .
count for it, that it iuigh a!mo.-t be said to
be invariable as it is gene-ally true.
Witness: All tie New FAiglaiid Hailroads
out.-ide of Massichusetts they bruke, and
their stocks beeane of little value until they
firmed eonncetiuis either vi:h li.-tuii or
New Y'ork, or loth. AUo.tlie "iekleirj:
and Jackson, Nitehez and Jackson, the
ilavou, Sara and Wood villi-, the Port Hud
son and Clinton, ie., .c., lure at home, are
living anil dead poofs of it- truth.
t hird : That tie railrnai'is of Stat, s dis
tant from the geat commercial si aboard
marki t, but coinicting with the u.aiii trunk
h-adim; to that mrket, are also good paving
roads, and poshes the power of eidiaiiciu
value of tbecuutry developed bv them.
Witness; 'J'hei'ew Kr.gland roads -ince
tiieir I'.oiiieetion ith Uo-toii, the Michigan,
Northern .hio, .ldiana and Illinois rail
roads comieetin ith New Y'ork, Vc., Ac.
i ourth : that here railroads have heen l
constructed in vkitiou of these principles, ,
t,,e coiupan.es ha lat.ed and co,,sc.ei,t,y
if di.-rcgarded in uture, t.ny will continue
l'i:'th : I hat th is so well und, r-too 1 by
an bankers ot airiiote, that roads Ptartiug
from or directly eincctinz with such great
commercial seawra mart, receive,
ecd facilities whh are invariably
now to road
el no such couueeti.
Siith : That S tran-hipuu nt, rcship
nn l.ti and delays om pbssieal causes uiu-t
and tl road made as direct as
Seventh ; Thatgcographical and local
causes, such as a we extent ot country an-
reiratiiiJ from natal faeiiiti. s the produce
and luirehaiidi-se ion a particular point to
Iu ii,Ii, ioi svrvci make li.it point or city
1 i: o wiiioii raioads tuny radiate, and
jo ..:,- o. I cffcij upon the abi-- of iu
i j., i iv and that ' the country through
wiiii ii they pass, if it counteracted by sj,.
eial and local obstaH.
l-.i.iith : That w?re the piineipdes here
set t i th have been rei-ur Jed, tie- country
has been retarded i iu irrowth and pros-;
j.erity and a di-tad and avtr-ion to rail
road iuiproveiuents jeei.iierej iu the minds :
of the peoplu in Cort,iei,ee, '
Ninth : That, as general rule, it may be i
ati rue : ii,;.t all n; oi- ii t connecting ! t-
..ueoiv miu iue y, ai s.u-i,:j no iu-i at 1 01 ,
the country, tail, i. ti. - coinpaiiy break.
T.-nth: That at, I,., fir-t all railroads'
um-t necessarily h cal an 1 sectional, but 1
altlioUib local and . t, ,i,a', '
Klevcnth : That rud' nee demands and !
Fij. cess requires, tit in order to obtain the 1
irrcatc-t amount eiio iiet.t irvm ruaroa-is
tl.ey sliouoi to- so t.iteil that tueir exteti-
sion may bring ab-i such comii-i-tk.ns with
una . 1 r -o, .1,-, as mn eon-
rt 1 leal roads in) international and na-1
tioiiiti r . i l .
Tn-lfth : That tilr..ai!s when so eon
strii'-t'-d st.irtiiia tin the great city ate
market where the fs luee .seek its sale, am
the country its sutiies. never
- r -i .1,1
DKATII OlA STUA.NijKI
Died, A few mill soiith of this place, on ;
tie- -I -t i 11 -1 , of tliin bier, a gentleman, :
v. ho, durin a v. r few in -u.- i.t of cm-,
sci 01 iii s-, stated tit his name v, :. - Adl n,-.
and that his paretitlived in the upper part
of North-Carolina, lid that lie had lo-ei, in
this '".at., about N liiolith-i ; be appear-I
to be from U to t year, f a . livery
t. l.ti oil was pal Ihiin d-iring-his 1 1 5 r 1 -, .
iy int i.d in the buria
tointhi this notitinieel tlie
is relatives or fri.f is, who may
o-r pal ticula , s. tfly tu oiitaiii
i .i -iuo V. K. 10-011, C 1...
,f a. iy of
eli, S. i .
"We le.'irll," - I-. -tl.e J'ulti UlOie .!.. i 1
', that, u - apropriati; lual !; of re
j.. -ft ! i- th.- !': -il.jt ol the I'liited States
a number .-. . '.i i,:h, Setintors. iiiei,,!,er
t ,., ie... .1 ii.l oM iif the Supreme Court
a u I I .-:.- of I ol!iolitical parties, huv.
. :i loy.-d Mr. D. Stink to cxecuto a bu-t
ill .lire It iioili !;..(, ),.. of Mi", F 1 1 I. . ; f.
vitii tbe ii. of I.n jug it placed pernia,
ie ntly iu the Ji e-idi ijal Mansion, as an ap
propriate testimonial the charTyter of on.:
w bo lias so ;
l.i.dl t,o :
, adi-ned and digtiiued his
t i. ., be r, .r. i- d that
;lifO .s. S
f ai! tiie i'resi.teiiis have not
ii, I'-' ' .
to . aril, ha v - tin;
lli ml I. '.. is r. .er.
re len, Msioiig, ta. -
li-oiu eijn.er attacKS
of di-ea-e, nil
I, i broiii hi ll ,
theM few tiioiiths snd ;
loi is hut sligt.t. Jiishoo i,
. , i j., . i a. . i , .. i
C. remiiih.-d that ue It a btti rheumatism. '
but for n
n.i :l t 1 1
ii 'oid soidiij it mi
no more than
esne. t. !.
i- ,. , ,, . ., ,
I e are sire that the , c
.11 lit bis . ,i ;i I
, ,, , . ;ii,
.nli.r of ( i -i ! ,i ,i not i,i,!e .lil, il, ,
i .,, , . ,( i i . i ,
uuieliovcr win. t, li presides, hut With ail
i ., . ,- .'.,
.i.lilll u, il' 'ii 1 1 IUI iili-,
v it iiiav havo.
the iiranelies equally i.n- I 1 e angry str.io 01 ?aruc. pa(!e(l , ettorts to wrest that possession .roui - d of Terfo rtturn,d "
,c country developed by ! . U'LS( unre. A,e.i or- paln, U the f-paulsn autnorines are wrong llltrhQmM Meauy came by his death b.
nnvbi.ihlin-sm h road, V': Y "ll , lnsml l0, ,e "" 01 tunate condition ot all those wno are cnargeu afrnoon of SUBdr.y, I2th jnt."
iiein- break nor .u. i l"e "ead to struvrglo around his bir for 1 with oflenees of which they are innocent,
The following touclnV: and hautiful re-
marks tmblished mior to Mr. VVKIIKTKU
- t --- i-.. . . . .
death, we find iu the I'hiladeiphvi.fiiwM)
JintU-lin ot Saturday. .
The fhniow - Death. "It is almost
certain that Dnukil Webster lies fd the bed
of death. lVrhapa, even alreaiy, he baa
ceased to live. It is therefore, probable
that the approaching I'rcsidentiiil election
will have a new element added to it, beyond
those we noticed yesterday as peculiar. The
hadow oi leth will lie upon it. It will bo
aliove the prave of Webster, perl ips, and
while the hells still toll for his foii.rul, that
the sU-uj.'ulo will Le carried on, anthe am-
l e .1 .i .....1:.1..- '--ilr.-.l
MllHI" 01 1111 euccessiui muuiunio (inimcu.
v lien 11 s rcineiniiereu inai.Mr. ensier
liimself was originally one of the mostoromin
eut competitors, and that until so lata in hour
as yesterday his name remained Uorethe
j people, this u. t alTects the m,d tl,,, M pro-
; perly regulated with indescribable emotions
1 , . ' ,, n. . .1 . , ,
' ,.r.....l 1 11 1 ' C f . . . ... S vmmv r y . - " Kt ma
1. J V ' -ri"-- " in "is rcsrr,sur 0.1..1.....U hft.ukon a quantit. of eantharidei oa
honors to which he was an aspirant. Aeverll.nt in nlmm th law lukei its course-
before has a Presidential contest het in-1 inflicting punishment in the shape of teni-nu-.'iirated
under such solemu circuuistfuces. porary confinement until the matter is
. uie iuers enicr me icmpie, lucre tede-
l.'.-ii uieir sunrnges, me tuneral Hell tills,
, ami tin- shadow of Death falls aerossrho
threshold. It will be a nation in urief tlat
l'ei t t'10 npxt rresident.
, . LV Jr v
f Prty fnd the angry vehement
" - ' umy. r.ips ,n arc swi
" - ,. - - ... -
. . ' .
'"c -v r,:i,cal crlme aa, another
I,nf t.'l.l r... l,, ... i . ..t , .. 1 I J
M. II". 1 . 1! I l.i.i.. 1
-w . "S" nejeuu me election uay,
eve n s
mid he surprise and delight the
y recovering, the peril in which he
or has lain, ought equaPy to aMitane
;e ot party. I he baud that
I pen a iihel, or the. tongue that could
houhl think woulil naUv
,r of .leath falling dark across
ii;e su.iu j:
, , .. ,. -
had tso I residents to die in
.... . ,,B hj.u m-ti-r ii, u i resiueu-
it... : I 1.1 t : l
... II..V..I- . !,.,;
to be ushered iu aa thin one
... .v. .. .
,,,,,, ... , , , ,,. iE iel , a cmiuiuHie
is. S to
-. . , , - ,.
J r'b. ir " 'Ta
h ist.n;s. Heath ha. been st the W lute
House, but never thus st the polls. And It
i ,,, ,, 1 , il i ,ii
s ' - - - v ... ,ir,
wuom uji acknowledge as the great intellect
ol ins country, it not ot the aue, and whose
loss, if troublous times should arise, w ill be
felt in every negotiation that becomes no-
eesearv. aim in every uuncrialiinir that Uiav
fauva-M'i!. Twe, ty-'our millions of
..e ore about to exereise the hiifheft
OM n rt .
ieem!i, that of choosing their
uuul .h.: paraphernalia of the
rave, and with the shadow of Heath throw-
o fc'oo'" " v lumi.
THE CASE OF THE CRESCENT CITY.
ii c are inj ttod to the Journal of Com-
mereefor the exposition in that ...ner of
lay ot the I. aw
. i r
i VM,. I f 1
. .vauons, anti ot the
.,.,.. ..ecisions en our can t.igiic-t In-
b,...:., p, eo,.r.,rty aa , that Law It ..
I til lLtru. tiee and we'lt nu il W. .
,r,fr-. ,i , I T t ex"
tract ,r...j it t.ie -.iiojomed mforuiatioo, psrt
eoei.-iotis ot our own
i v inch t.en
ne w to us tuav be so to some
of our read
Ri M THK JOl RNAL OC COM VIKRCE.
Chief Ju-tie Tasfv, in delivering the
' pinion of t'.M- Supreme ('owl in tin- pas-
avs down mot cxp teitlv the
principle for wnich we eontend :
" I tLir,k i
b ih up in pr;
judged 1 .1 . - ,
ril,t to reiiio
there fo-e to ha very clear,
110. an I tue authoritv of ad-
..1 1 1
,.t the several Mates havs a
i 1 - ,
irom aiiioii thvir tieonle,
and to j rev 1,1 fr.jiu entei iug the State, any
j r-on 1. r ciasp or .leseription of p, rsoii
wl, ..in ;t may deoni daugi roiis or injurious
to tiie interests and weifare of its citizens,
an I that the ."state has the exclusive riiht
1 termiiie, in its sound discretion, wbt-lbrr
in.; aa.-e.-er does or does not exist r.:e from
the cortrol of tiie (icneral t ov. rtiment."
I utiuitely sirou-er ii the arguiiifiit in favor
of the sut nosed riirht, thus overthrown, than
the supposed nht 111 t ic case of citizen.
who claim that they may f.ree themselves
upon Cuba in de.auee of her police laws.
liur treaty with ."pain is far I
r less precise in
re-pect to the n.hts conferred by it of transit
aud passage t!i.-ough the Spanish territory
ttian is our 1 institution in rfreet tr, t in
riuht of a citiaen of one St aw to hav tranit
and lassaoi: through another; but vet the
Judge of the Supreme Court, in the weaker
ease, have laid down that right nfexelu-ion
in an umiilstakeab'-i maimer. It is the very
principle for which the authorities of Cuba
eoiitoud, 'I he opposite of ibis principSn is
what! 'J hat stranger niav determine tho
mode aud manlier of ittereoiirse with
others; settle the nature and extent of the
p die., regiilatio.is a loplej by others, and m
" tile tin ui tuat tiie tore
i-igti country may
verthrown. J be
tii'-ni States iniL'l.t
be overrun and dt
j 1 el if that wore aettb-d law of
11-. Such a law ..ibht be used to break
1. 1 he settled Httinii of any people which
tie- p. 1 ouiarili.-s of condition that bc
! to : and to parts of our own
1 fry, 'att-d thus lays down the ri'bts
if N of
.'i'oii h.av forbid the entrance
' 1 !',. r to t o. isi. r- iu . 1.. ral,
en 1 ii n! .r e -is. -, or to cei tain pcisons,
. of:.i:i p.ir'ifiilar piirpoo-s, ni-rontitig
I'' I'kiiil; it. 11. itn rltf't'li.n to tltc
j Kent I,. , doa n the same rule ;
" J f . boive', er, any iioveriiiucM deems
: ... .-...i ..... ... ..s ..... o .. . .i - .
..ii. oo uciiou oi loreiju. rs or tneir ui'-relian-ili-c
iiijiii ious to iho-e interests of their own
p eople which they are Ht liberty f protuet
and proriifite, tliey are at liberty to withhold
tii.; niflulger.ee. ,?
l-iif st.i ., li . i -., i i . .
liot suppo.i- fi-v nre admitted, what ts
tie ir duty' We tllj. .,,;, in or.,(.r
thatthennsw. rof Vntt.d Jay be .i.td.ed to
Ih It suppose t
the conduct of Purser Smith s
.... . ,
rrouia si iiso oi firsfiin.if. ,.r in, r.,s -
tectioii granted, and the other advantage, !
h-enjnv, the foreigner ought not to con-'
c ' - i.. i-
tent hnnwlf with ' ry rc
j rie rattnrrr , he ought to assi-t it upon ,"i
occasion, and contribute toils defene Ms '
' f ir as is er.risjsteiit with his duty as a citizen !
of i notii.-r State." ' I
J,.it i contiiiporary insists tlmt these rules
sre,.oaL,.,i wIlCII.v,.r a treaty is made : '
,llt j, .. ,- , . . -. . , .
wia lli;4j0 (iJf mulua, m,raft, j
,...,. 1 e... - .i.. - ' I
- M me 'iisinii. inn, of or one
,.f ....,.,;.,,. . . . ,. '
.... ..nv. ,i-oir; liiuiit-s mat its inrLS'lie-:
,:,. . i- t , . , .1
.n u. b.ii.t ufi i iie.nroye.i or ar-
. .i i -. . - . .
' J " rr " i.sions. ,n i.v, . t u pup.
li i e fist our iri-ife -iih
" o .. ..
nrunui r tomti it ai turuiy is m retn ct to the
.,, i I, f, i- e ' ,
iii.,i.ii riel.t off omiiiirco which w ereited.
i . lit' , .
Hiiat a ouW he its lutr rpretattou hB it
came in coiflictwith the local police regula-
Hons. " J-
" if the Mitcuca onu oiiwoh iub are
due by virtue of ucb a treaty a treatj to
permit commerce sod passage should on
Wy occasion prove incompatible with the
dutiua a nation owee to harself, or with what
the sovereign owea to hia own nation, the
case is tai ITLV and necessarily txcrpted in
ye iavo t)ioma that a stranger wbo en-
j0yS tjie protection and hospitality of a
fotcn nation is bound not only to abstain
fro1(.ts of hostility, but, as a recompense
for what he thus eniova, U hold by writers
. . . . . " j .f i : 1,
on international law to various amies wuica
on international law to yariougauue wu,cu;eoTi oi(ed of ealltuide( (SpMilh fl
go to its protection, when those duties are t .. anJ lomt) . A lnquUUion
not incorsisteut with bis obligations to his w mi pija.wortljm 9StmMiil)U ,
own country. It is very clear that I urser , discover the esuse of death.
Smith U honestlv supposed bf the Spanish
.......... --, . .
...thoritiea to have used bis opportune, in
Cuba to aid iu New York those who are en-
ARRIVAL OP TIIE NIAGARA.
Ksglakh. The Court had returned to
iouuun, auu a uauuu i tiuuuvu wan uem vu
the 15th to appoint a day for the meeting of
i'arHament. , .
, in rumorea tost ne government win
- - -
franchise by income ta on all salaries above
... . . . .... l .
;c uo iaJC ""
, There will be a ntrong organization in the
i,ew Parliament in favor of the vote by ballot,
. The ship Prince Albert reporU that the
Arrtie rxueditioo iu Wellinuton channel
-,ere favored with open weather, and there
.... . ...s,.,. -.-.t..l,ii; tkot Hiw Jivkn
,. . EVI 'J 1 1 i- UlUl'.lllll.l HI. S" W I. ,
iranklm had passed that way.
' i'ley';ht America bad beaten tbo new
H,vedih vacht in a recent race bv'0 unntits.
Tl 1 it . ,l -.'I. ....
. .'. . . . '. . .
, cuaiieu'-e ui mu us ler ui iuo .-kiiii-riua
l ,b (. oiiiomri. i,i thu nttner of ma America
for a race from Erith to the Nore had been
-n- ... ...
accepted by the yacht olante ana me iron
The Karl of Carlisle h.d written a preface
to Cnclo Tom's Cabin which waa de.L-ned
, i ' . . i , r ,
iq neutralize uie criticism oi iue j.ouuou
I4f,rd rambermcre had been nominated,
for Constable of the Tower of London, vice1
Lord Wellington. The Karl of lH-rby had I
h ., n ,.i..,l l'l,u.,.. ,,f I lr..,,t I m.or.
t ,);.. ,.t 1. t,.A t,M tiM
at Wolverhampton relative to the prewat
t,i ',,. ir,,., Tu . nin...j
Hon. Abbott Lawrence and family sailed
IU the Nnara for Itoston. !
Trade in Manchester was more active.
Commercial advieo from China and India
I'n ... ti . . ,i .i- .
J?S ' A"1'"? 'T
luiiie in in iiih rpi'i-iitinii hi till. I ru itii st
different poinW. His speech at ISordeaux
had bWj placarded in I'arU, and was to be
p,,.tt), , the communes of France.
', , ,1. , , ... ... ,
l'tb- of high nobility tothe no mute rs and
a general amnesty were looked for as the
.., . v.
ew Emperor. Lou in Na-
polee was to enter I'arU in triumph on the
U . HIM tit . I J ' , ...
A specuUtiv cieiasnd had brskn ia
tLf I'aria 1 1
Spaim The liubscriptimt for the families
... , . ,. . .... . ,
ot thoe killed in the Iiopes expedition had
reached 2t .1(00 tiiaatres.
lHsM KK X TnmoT prtiU thtt tb
. , 1 .. . ' .,
rving uesigns 10 aDuieaw, me consuaauon
1 . fcj . t 1 . . 1.
heing too demooratic for h; taate I rinea
.,, - - . . ,, ...
- ei ei
would be Ins successor.
w iTzr.Bi.AND I he 1'russian Ambaa-
. .. -
dor has ordered all the Prussian workmen
back to Prussia, for f. ar of the influence of
Alstbia.- A correspondent of the Lon-
don Times iu view ol MeCurdy s return
home ou the jealousy of the Au-trians,
think, that it is not prudent for the Ameri-
can government to leave their citizens with-
Disturbances between the police and citi -
Zens had oeeured at ll.cnia. altend.id with
lhe l.. S corvette St. Louis was at Spes-
iz ou the "th ilist
Tirkkv. The Sultan bad recovered
from loj , ,, ill,,,.,
., , ,T , . .1 it. .
I he difficulty between Turkey aud Derma
relative to the frontier had been settled.
1'kksia. A despatch from Trieste atates
that lUMMl I!rili,h troot.s had landed at He.
rat, on the Persia from threatening the in
dependence of that place.
Uiimk. From the 1st to the 3d insta;it,
1! I political prisoners had been shot at Siuiu
goiia, in the Papal States.
I.st.IA Avi. China. The India mail had
, , 1 . ... 1. ... 1 . ,
irr.vcd at Mar.llcs w.th La cutta dates of
M.-i.t. 1. and China dates of Aiiff. 24. lhi!
J-"'oay mail was missing
' n - -
Trade at Cal-
c,lUa w"Ji v,'ry n,;t'v'B-
The rebellion in China was unchecked.
Grkk k. Negotiations relative to the uc
res.sion to the Grecian throne aas going on
between L'avarta, I'rance, Kngland and
Km Pr. The prohibition upon the export
of iron from Egypt had been withdrawn.
Liverpool, Oct. tilth
Tbe Cotton market closes firm, with an 1
npward tendency; American advices having 1
had a favorable effect. Fair and Middling :'
'l"a,', have improved, mint priees having !
advanced fd- The sales of the last three!
days have been l.i.OOO bales. The sates of
the week were 74, Kill bales, of which spceu-1
liitors took atl.llDU
bales exporters 4,41)0
bales. The aajci of American were 5fl,i00 1
"'- "i "i in' ii ri.efuiaiurs 1'i.is ii.iniii
i i . , , '
1 '? "P'ers H2f) bahm . The mipirts
, i'-T 'k.- bales, of which
of which speculators took 2'.',(I00
I ' ' were ,,enean. i e il liiver-
(pool was 475,111)0 bales, of which 370,0(10
i i . ...t . ..
nine were .American. i ne niioturinna in,
p.lir Orleans 7jd j Middling fid : Pair Mo'
hile fil.l Ml,ltin f,I A . v.?. f..i...j a t j .
lin5Jdj Interior 4 a fd j Ordinary
df:ath from a love potion
A very nielancholy occurrence took place
lhe town of flare, Fug., lately. A young
, nf m,t c.llar,Pt-, ,. 'i ih. i'
i,i Mills, named Thomas Meany, became
x..t.A .. .i . . .. ...
""' wm nun time s nee witn a
:.i r.u- .-
3 "-"M ;" ' " nan ui uonora rvenne.
pi.- e ,i n j . ....
,r,M',, I,l,j Mcctiier, nut a row
i.. ; . . . . 1 ...
rv e iue gin laneieu ne was Sliglited
T 'limi an1 sa the was antiou to keen
bun to herwlf she consulted soms One in
the neighborhood bow ahe coubl aceorn-
ii . .
I1,lH" n' dutsjrei
Tho doetress, iccord-
ing to her skill, made p 1 irangbt for th,
girl, and on Sunday last th jiartie havitn.
as waa enstomary, taken a country excur!
sion, the girl induced kirn ta take it, which
he did after some persuasion. li very try,h
found himself unwell, and hastened to Li4
house, when he eomplsined that be was very
ill. Medieal aid was called in, and upon
the yonng wan bein eWly questioned the
physician doclarad his Uhot that he had t.
ken poison. He was immediately taken to ti,
county infirmary, m.der the ears of Dr.Culli.
man, when everything that medical skill
could do was resorted to, but without effeet
and the young msn died oou VedncdaJ
I night. It appears that the lore potiou iu
'eoutposed of cantharides (Spanish A'ut
I ... .... :...i .1.. j . ,.
uome wuien vuiimiucu mo uraugut was
fund nJ j relnldlR.deenaL1 X'
.. . . . , ...
EFFECT OF KXTRKME COLD.
The intensity of cold Experienced by the
expeditions engaged .in the search of Sir
John Franklin, was truly astonishing. Dr.
Sutherland states iu his journal, 'revcidly
published in Lontfon, that I'astor elli spirit
thermometer stood- at 40 dg. below sero;
.1. : t'i -.-j r
auu lua uiurcurjF iu rftuicuiicii man nuey
as solid as a leaden bullet. Kven mlor
cover, between decks, it was 10 dg. belo
wro. Vinegar, portr and ale Were frw,
in tne casss ; eaj-ior on ueeauie mn naru a i
,,rn . ..j ti. 0,h-r i;au:a contents of tl,
, medicine chest were m a sis to as lutl.
.n.d for use had thev been reuird ( ,f
,ho ffect of tUe cou on metai, j,,l()r
i . .
J ,. u, be verv eareful .i,k
L ... j.:t.: t; .. ...l.i . . -.
.Ji,-.,t t th. !ir, mul trvnlr .
. .. '. . ' i .. .
tiUtl UI ktlV Skill 1ME n..,. 1, HU Mi-
! tempting to lick a little fat from
(Uw. wtuek faHl t4) it, and drsggnd it Lr
. . ..,;i i, . J?..j ...
lCl l U M.llgr, .u..., BJ ..'I'l' l I'
r . i . i t ; : i e
ion, lie gut clear, tcatitii; Bctiiti iiiciif nj
) ii.: my .i' p . ." w,, ",i ieje4
i 1. .Lin . .. .1 .l.l.A.nl 1 1 .... a An 1. . ... I
i n,. f ,mn .-.-!......
change the .ise of the eye of the .phce iu
hi, pMt lhe nfalig.-,lili'i .(.-
V . ' A ' k . ... .... i t J ... .,
, ins vrue iaiior-imo, muj uib luoiuii ; me
result was, that be lost a great portion of
the skin of his lips and toogne."
COSSIfiXKKS PER RAIL HOAD.
Csgle & lb-id, B. King k Son, W. Ham
sour k Co., Kamsour & Jenkiux, Q. A. Him
ford, J. k II. Wilforg, D. B. Uaither, J W,
Stockton, J. & C J. Cost les, Houtiton k Ctith-
b,'r,!",ll 4 Martin, A. U. Carter, sod
"III IS Jr
That ( hirlottr i mm llir tnwt fa.liu-ntlif til.
in North or H.nih rrnji t Th rua
A -. A. BKTHCSE, fcjr hi. r-
. - i . . ti . .
trraiire inn in mjurmi iihuii is iii pFi.i.-H,
aa tltrnl (1wrltte in a mmIhw Ur svwtmr
". " "!' N",".h "r
F-HIOX W PRlINO H,.
! nua awnr ni ClwrloM ot the Hnto-ra faril
,, Cn-lm th.t wit. M.EMKJ!w,ai awn.,
.,t.N. thra hiMarlf. Y.a w eaa flt.4 at k
EtMiHmrot, How .t n( Sptt 4 Alhw"
" lt! " ",ul A f1'' '
Itshiiiditt in Sew otk. lie ftut furm
her of the Merc-hast Ttlvr Atatwn f . w
Vk, ta4 Hvin t dtrrrt rcminiumratic mtn
"??f. !1l"",,tmU:n SI"1 Y1'
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r ,mt i.r.MTI.KwAJi M'KNISIII St.
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