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FAXirrfEVlLLE OBSERVER., i The Election the Observer, &L
j 'The election ,is ovCr. What
result is, no te can tell. .! As
) Id S'and; sign
Ufkijk Ac O;
Uixrrrrr Printing Ojjice.'
mi!r id ii-j!!. Daniel eb
ie!e,'rj;;!iic DtsDatds.
Marshall:,' Octobek
Mr. Wkdsikh expired at
twenty Minutes to, tLroe. Ilia mor
Du;i
rung.
after uor.J 1 1.er o v:i.s .some
of ike i0J course, to Conjecture is all wd
-- doV The fiat of the Amerieau
pie has gone forth they have
,V2 !euted in tone
s not
to be miiiui
ten
stood, who hall be our Presidei
' the next four H ears.
! liate individual is, two weks pi
hthe
yet,
TL
ie
I 'he Electoral - Vote,
aw. of Congress, passed in
of holdinghe elections lor President I tor ov
in all fhe: States, enacts ! that they under t
peo"! shall be held on the 1st Tuesday in t;
uui-iovem her, in tne year nv wnreh pres-der-;-idcVithd
electors are bv law to be cho-
it I
t fof 'ise n. 'Ihis year the eiav or election t
; The Vote for Governor ia 1
can:
.-' ; The following table shows the
rnor ia this' State, hist year,
ie new Congressional Appor-
ine lOi uwuTir are tne electoral votes, wutr.
oua-
to which .the several States arc cnti-l
cm"j:lled under the new.'apportionmentJ
cxTDeduct two from the number oppo
theVite each State, and "you have the
:one number of IleprcpentatiYes in Con-i
Y' the early Hart b the : . e i- i -..: ,i (v..J:. cress, winca eacii Mate is eniitieu to:
ibly will determine. The most
; Littered politician can now civq
prdcisely !press-,ou i0 Ls boucst belief ast.c
result ot the canvass, without a
decrease
"V tt .1 ... r
ia the MvJiiing of Mr; WebJteii s ill- i J Ju ' i. v.f. v,Jnnr!w Jia nuue'
, - : ,. viw1iliynv.fal.a.vlv. . " " ; v eriiionT, o-
uomeih nu-i . iowti , b mptons 01 nau-!own art ,vc Mievo. and earndstlvlAlMl.uffK. 13
. . .. . i ' r - . . r. r;r t
hea, ujijiio. Mgtw oi, racing. . lie-;, ; e- thatiVhis blected,by, H
peatednvm the coarse ol, the fjre-Lv. decided m.i.ivity. It "has
i . . . - . .. . " .
noon auiji early. part ol tne alternoon,
! Di'taw.-i'vp.
?,: Pennsylvania,
en-;JI:.rvlaud, !'
he ctfavbrscil 1 reel y and jvith . great nwn to be plaeeii at the helm 'of
clearness ol detail, m relation to his j Union that She was immeasuri
private ;iffai and the condition ofjSUp0riul t0 W, in all those es
his form stating his plans fully, arid j tiajs 1Qal;e a statcsman4the ; Virginia,
tho m
have them carried mil
y- : i
past hVe -Mr.; v ::nsx;:ii was again' seiz
raised consid
1 'Ml ' I' 1 'ill
u;ii k inaitcri uuceu witn
Exhaustion
I
td villi
trable
t lood.
for! the crisis and the whole hjn-! North Carolina,;
.About half-j ion;-ai;d wo believe that the Aiicr-;outn.,La5;oluia'
, -1 ' l ll : VJtUIillil,
elevated him to the highest staifoilj
in their Erift. inline alone will show
now increased jwlGt!,er our phccahitiou.s are (well, i
nor
ve-jCuninkticut,!
ap-: Rhode Island,
th-.A ho. w:is (ush1 thei New York,,
, I ' i "T Ti-. I
Florida
Ohio, .-.
Indiana-,
Illinois,
Iowa,
G Wisconsin, 5
4 Michigan, j; 6
35 Kentucky, 12
7 -Missouri, 0
Alabama, 9
Louisiana, "i G
Tennessee, 12
Mississippi, 7
Arkansas, 4
! Texas, 4
California, 4
Sullivan,
Wash in
Haw!
dree
Cocke,
JetTe
a 11a
ISlSevidr
11
4
3
27
8
15
10
8
10
851. jlHertderson,
vote
H11ST 1ISTHICT. .
Trousdale. -CaumML
' . 84 4)5
,!: 202 - 117
gton,"
ms,
ne,
son,
1459
11151
1313
1G84
! 245
3 53
9)9
P2
1114
8'JS.
hedeki
Win
11 2!
1GDG
New, county
1G5!
8D
Graiiigef,
Claiborne,
CamptJell,
b Scott, j
Anderson,
Knox,
Morgan,
-iFentressl
29G Overton
GG49
majority,
SECOND DISTRICT. '
075 .!-..'
GGtt9
17
11
She
497
C727
Whg majority, .'.j' ; h
TENTH DISTRICT
.769 ; !
Madison
wooJ,
Iarllenii
fette,
'JT.be
! t:,kd
is
S49 "
497 .
New county
- 007
0
G55
4'J4
Important JIovement,
rapidTy, and Jus physjeians held founded.
f
.Ai Li n : .11:..!. i..i: . . .4
oiuci vuiiMiiiatioii, uiuii it-fcuiiuu 11 1 ,xo t hat the cuivass is over.
I.. J-.. ..!. 'I - '
tne conclusion ma; ni.- lasi nour .jsIiaU devote much less ot the Wmij ,frhc Government is informed that.'
graphic despatch from Washington of 1
ithe following purport, is fublished in
' n eithQ N. Y. Express:
A tele- j
fist anproaChinji
. He I received
Whig
Itr to politics than heretofore. The ' there are enrolled in. New (York 2,000
the announcement 1 maKi chmcp litrrarv rvms-the newsjneh and boys for a new fonn- upon
j 0 i.,.L .
of tlile i Vu'm, whose haunts are well Known
with calmness, and retruested that the
llmnle ci jiiibers of.hia! fimily be call-
I ! ', i i '
of tl
compass
a rim'- fi'niii all iii)ip.t
'v I . ; li . 1 ' ' f 1 1 1-
, . ,1 i :am iuaces 01 renuezvous, ,tuu 11
business in the prin-1 . 1 , . , . . ',. ,,
tl
id m, viz: Mrs, ebs er,Mi Metcn-C!p.d commercial marts of the "LmteJ ir.overnmeut is ffeU informed. : Dc
k-r Wtsitcr, Mrs J. . Paige, n nd States, will ' all tTnd a place in our ; Latches "have gone 011 from1 this cit
MisS ; .
pdivitJ
in few
)jvns to ea'cn, calling them
jaliy by name, he addressed
G-23
, 2G7
-498
1258
5014
GO
5014
columns.
:s-
, patches nave gone 011 irom tms cuy
In short, we design that ; to" the Government in Newr York, for
the Ohtrcer sliall! be what its ml- !a complete; and effectual execution of
ords of farewell and religious inerous re:ulers! contend it now is-'a !1'10 neutrality laws, and, for obedience.
consoHbon. Iext, he called m tho paper for the Family Circle, the Fa - Tt SICTS
1 111 l 1 ! 1 1 , , 1 i . nil. Mil Ul iuilll110. WIIV.tWl Ul ,
ia;e memoois 01 iu, nmy an , li- mer; the business 31au, the Artisai , ; lhe 't n?ld thc United States Dis
eonal friends, who had, been with him tho l0USewife, the Maiden, and the ; tnct Attorney must have such des-
Blount,
Monroe,
Polk,
McMinn
Meigs,
Rhea,
Bledioe,
Bradlev,
Hamilton
Marion,
majority, ;
TillRD DISTRICT.
: G40
059.
2223
22
-1$4
1
n,
M 762
1 9G5
I ! 1047
I14QQ
10S9
7204
"C727
i j
I4!7
13S3
;8i9
t
,497
I ,;g3
;i;of7
44-
,5405
U'973
1 1 1
Items of News
Imtortant Law. The lawyers of
the, country will be startled by; the
new and important doctrine winch
' j has been promulgated in Boston, that
(the estates of citizens of axity are
j liable to be taken in execution for
j the debts of the city in its corporate
capacity. Here we have the docu-
:mpnts?
1 - , ,
I Office the Cm Solicitor, )
Boston, 1 8 th of May, 1852. y i
, In the opinion of the undersigned,
j the private estates of the citiiens of
Boston are Diablo for debts huvfullv
492 contracted by the'eitvand wheneV-
From Claiborne and Hawkins.; er a judgment is rendered against the
fraction of Claiborne! county j said city, on accouut of any such
n to form ' the new ! county of debt, the .execution may be levied
hig majority,
83 9t iHaijeock, contains about ; 50 demo-: upon the property of any inhabitant.
icrat c jnajonty.
I . ;JJ Scott county was! -taken from
othdr counties in the same district
tioii
1
! f
(Signed) Peleg W GhAndleb.
' ! City Solicitor.
The foregoing opinion of' Mr.
The vote of the SuinheT frac-! Chandler, the City Solicitor, is. un-
I The balance included in Smith, 'doubtedly m .conformity with the law
From Warren and: Coffe. j of Massachusetts. ' !
The Macon fraction deducted. r ''vSigned) - I "Daniec Waster. ,
Mrs. Priscilla Underwood, of Jef-
The .l)aytoQ. (Ohio) Odette . re
lates a most singular circunistiocc '
which recently occurred in Darkf
county, of that-state. A Mr. Kob
bins and a boy, while i;t hunting, dis
coyercd. what'at first they supposed
to be a 'grey squirrel, just beyond a
pile of logs In- thellistancd. ;6a clp
ser examination they - conclude! it
must bed ground hog, and'Kobbins
fired at the object. Oa feaclring-the
spo what was his horror to find that,
l4 had shot a man through the head.
Iti appearednhat a pedlar of jewelry,
wjio wore a skin cap, had seated him-
self beside the logs, so . that k$ cap
was just 'risible," and w.-s in the act ",
of counting his "inoncy. Tiie motion "
of his grey skinpip deceived the bur;-.
ter. The unfortunate stranger lived
but a short time', " - - -
8
. the last few days, viz: j Fletcher neb- irnnnf hW.,nt; Leisure. Now is the mfnhps'bv mail to-morrow morning
1 - . , r--o 1 , 1! o
Etcr, (his o:lly surviving son.) Sam
uel A
Hinie to subscribe! The long flights ;The Movements of the United States
ppleton, orj-in-lawv J- W.Lrc COming on, When a companion ill f -.0Yli ,hfve reler"
ifir,. 'I-' rnrt;! Vt r.iTt; nrKx r 1 i in i euce to uie execution 01 our own
v B M ; ' T V"1. t,b' olaheshaPeofagood readable newspaj .eIr Ks tho euforccment 0f
New ,ork, tfeteJ- IIaryey and Charles per win be needed, for the amusement!: treaties with Cuba, The President
and instruction ,of the Fireside. Our d0 his duty, and his whole duty,
print, in point of clearness and con4. inflexibly just as he did before
Henry j Thomas, of Marshfield, and
Messri Geo! J. Abbott and ; W. C.
Zantzingcr, toth of the State De
'partment, Washington." Addressing
tach of their by name, he referred to
his past relations with them respect
ivel', and oiie by ohe bade them an
affectionate iirewell. I A
This-was-about half-past six. He
.1
now Lakl Mr,
and said to
sh'ong,
leaven-
si us iand re-
Christ
spnnMil pr.sfiof rp.nlinfr. is nnftxrollpd without tear or lavor.
The United
: 1 : ci i . i r ' v
so that the eyes are not injured, H. In "Ul ,u:7 iUlvu 11
. ,. T. ,.- i ii iork will probably be put under the
as is j the case irom reading a paper ts , , ,,v,T o r:i.::.4. tn..
i oruei oi me ui. o. listnui, Jitioiney,
badly printed, on small type. Send :f th are deemed necessary for the
your names, - frieuds, and 'elen'forcement of our laws. ' i(
US 1!
will .4
freig
that
l the busy haunts
of mtjn Hhe heral 1 of a noisy w orld,
pre going oti l
news
its U ck.
shall
end you the Observer, weekly,!" j Your
M.
ted with all Ithe transactions
rem
all nati
r 1
r rom
(publish
our
ns
P. S. The owners of tlie Crescent
Jackson,
c Macon,
Smith,
DoKalb,
White,
Warren,
Coffee,
(I Grundy
Van Bure
947
581
1023
554
.331
'298
ssa
7iG2
: 3S2
754
7155
majority,
FOURTH DISTRICT1.
; 000 I
1004
n 7
9: 8
305
85
1$4
329
58
G71
885
517
82
; few Itillfatted Hons to commence the
!seas)ri with at this plactv while last TheIississippi f legislature met in!
'year some fitly to seventy-live' thou-'extra session-on lhe 4th inst.,-...The
san j head were cut. The.'supr.lies ofiold .bilicers were; continued
I I !
710.1
7155
t ' mar
ml
iMre .
,A telegraph Ijias been" 'constru'q'.ed.
Irom Paris t fiyrdi-aux, in Fi ance,
wliicli runs nnle'x ground the whole
distance.! Th wires, ten in iniiiiv
ber, are propdily isolated, and en
cased in ji coad
ami leatf.i
ng ol gntta penfhV
Thft Part Trafp
' Cincinnati Price Current says: i fers01? county,Iown, aged ninety-three , Vmd Letters at . - Wastinjlon.
i. k i vears. ' is the mother of seventeen Dunns the l ist rmm fW il.i. V.t
x nv-iciKib uetu a muuir larger uun::,M r - - , . . r -
iber f Hogs shipped to the' East this j children, gtand mother ol forty, great j Office Department announced thai -jseaU
than in any previousyear, and Srimd moFher ot one hundr and they opeipd one .million and a quar
ts a consequence, w-e will have but j tmrty-two; ami great great granu-. irr ca i lnirrs, Irom uhich Ithe
i
mother of four.
Department obtained nwr
ihousand'dolbis. ' . . ' " " !
I ? ...... I . c a t .
u - ' a-iivw ivv OI iiass if li'icif c
Tl. .... . . ...
frcslk Pork which are thus obtained chiel obiect of the ineelius is to re
; oa tEio seaboard during !the; summer district the!Statc for uicnibers ol
jcausb a great falling off : iu the con- Congress according to the new up- in prison for lif
; I i I 1 i i! !i' tl . I.' I l 11 . I
sunipiiou oi sail meats anu in cai- -poruonmeiii aw. uev. i ooie says - i
warrant foV the 'execution of a iu?n
sentenced to be hung, he remains
ing for the wants of the i East! nothing definite iu h'13 message of i The editor of' :the Parkersburh
cula
,1 t i ii .i ' ! . i i . . t . i . . i i - i tt-. vr " '.. t
mis pact snouiu ue taken into consid-- internal improvements,'.! uicu is con-: v. j ewnas seen a squash vine
jerat on. It has had an important isidered a crejit fault, lie praises jtnat-produced this seasorfW bun-
.jr. ji iii. : i .
eiiett upon prices tms season, ana it line uoiKing oi uie compromise;
I muskiio operate in years tc come, es-! measures
ineciti V wlwrA nriens of Mows jinil ! i t .--i ! i n
v . t -o-- , jonu ampoeu,oi noonc county,
tlieit products rule .limn. if.. n ,i
- , j i uistu mis atiijuii im nil
...... .:b. ( ,v v v sand water-melons on eight acres
ithe.lrade m the West i we I may re-?..f i n i :
Jred. squashes. IJe says that tho
stem of ithe vine appeared like a eae--
jtus, being flat, and treasuring nearly
isix inches across. ilMoW this stem
Squashes had grown out pretty fden-
iiuuiy, ana at various places tho stem
in
i that the business' has bqen attracted, i ,ncjon ground this
! jr l V 'pTTtpnf frnin ihtt ri'fv Our I -
had turned a abort 'i
corner,' tenni-
225
'779
026
018
1209
25
2409
G51
10l(
403
307
! 1843
IC49450,
1850451,
New county.
lumbering at !
Cit', it is cer
Purser Smith,
will not permit
fercd with. T
kin, will not remove
and the Government
the. mails to be inter
ic owners have made
to the Government,
i!
Whig riUjority,
flFTII DISTRICT.
ime to time, we j representations
Runaway Negro 'showing that' this is not the first time
an 1 llstrayListvsd that the planters the Cuban authorities have iuter-
krJow. where to go .f1 "u" u'um "lo,uiiiU10- "
at once and recoydr their lygitivej-n- r i i 1
T i l 1 Peruvian! Minister lias made no con-
stocld, without having to ride over a :
; - ! . '!
large scope of country in pursuit of H
or tlf6 character and tojne of
the paper, we refer to the past. We
icessions.
e Sumner,
Wilson,
Ilutherford,
Cannon,
Williamson,
it For kire character and to he ofi! DEAh rrERS.lhey must have
! ': .: J . inn .imntinor
1031
1000
1299
841
5491.
I Harvey 'called in" isgain,
him, -Harvey, I am not
so sick but that I know you I am
well enough to love you and well
enough to call down the richest of
Heaven's' blessings upon you. Har
vey d n't leave me till I am dead;
don't leave Marshfield till I am a
dead iian.'? Then, as if speaking to
himself, he said, "On the 24th Octo
ber all that! is mortal of Daniel
Webster will be no more. He now-
prayed in his natural usual voice
lull, aiid clear, ending with lueaven
v Futlifif fuivive mv
V O 'J. I
reive ir.3 to thyself, througli
.Jesus, j At half past seven, Dr. War
ren arrived from Boston, to relieve
.Dr. : Jefiries, as .irainediate medical ting will ever be fou. d in our col-, post Office Departme.it These con-
ntiiiiant. ' "... .uains. For the unparalleled success taincd 10,GS9, in the aggregate. Dem nnioritv ' 3318
i." 'n.. r. . ' i; . l i ...Mil. i . . . i ! i . 1 1 I -i . It ii.. i i ' :n- i ' ' J i J y
ononiy auer uu coaveiteu : nun that ; has hitnerto ;croWlied our CllortS, i ceeinij , auout one munoii anu a
Dr. Jehiies, who isaid M could do vve return W profoi ml thanks to' tnird ot sucl1 lett(rs wero publicly
. nothing more lor him than adminis-lthe cood!: tlcoplef Lincoln, with a!9troyed, a bonfire being kindled
. ' 1,' i r r ' i ! - I " i. with tuem on the oUaii. we lately
QHSiuiui b , A sedatne Vo ion, jsolicitat.oii lor an increase of t; a inrgc number of the various
need hardly say
will be a paper w
that the Observer
time of it at the Dead
j Letter office, in Washing ton, once a
'quarter, opening and reading the, va-
ucii anyone can in-jrious epistles 'which accumulate in
troducfe among those! for' whom he that oflicc, from every quarter of the
feels the deepest1 interest and 'solid- Union. The Washington Republic
tude, withthe perfect iassurance that Pf the i)th says that during the last
., . , i. J , , .quarter l.i bl letters were returned
uyuuus t T JC um i to the Dead Letter office,! in the
20S
5501
119
; 1G51
; it
jfor tl
llip Cinriiinati mni-L-pf rirpnt
imiuu- in a son oi head, wlicre a col-
, (leqliGu of ;thc squjtshes, had gathered
few weeks '?Ta largo cluster. One of these chi.
and Madison, extends back only jngo, a,t thejU. States Armory, Har-itcrs'riumbered one hundred and fifty
rears: and we ei ve 'the Statistics per's'terryj a grind-stone, from its j The squashes were! the crook-npoReii-'
lose seasons in connection with; velocity explolded, and separated in ( variety,- and of all sizes', from apoimd
business at this place: f I bye pieces. Its lragments passed , in weight almost down to notLintr.L
qiAcinnati.Liuisiilli.Moduon w ndow uacii and ironij - l ! - ;
-19, - 410.000 79.0u0 9 1,000 ;oi tho shop: doing no other injury to V "'p . A-'u -kime. ne peaco -
..?93.ooo IB4.000 -37.000 f he building than knockinir out the 1 01 our to" n was disturbed on Mondiiy
t 3M4.000 19C.OO0 L'G.OOO. . T... .n -hn nxinn 1 ' CYCnimr 1 tst. bv a ! srrlmw K(r,o,iU,
r I infoibiation of tlie business at Louis-1 Narrow Escape. A
0 "ville
;;. j four
'lor t
!thc'
152.-: 352,000 197,000 97.000
is seen that the number packed! , r . , 1 tvt- t i i Faris in '
, ; 4 . i . i i and one toot in thickness. Mr. John;'1115' IU,
71- !tM
0230
55G1
009
747
2327
1539
" 430
3710
i whol
frSGl
Wiig m
Franklin;
Bedford,
Marshall,
Lincoln,"
Maury, .
ijority,
SIXTH DISTR CT.
1228
1413
1302
2338
1S30
8111
4793
0753
5491
500 i lbs. was' four feet in diameter, hetweeu NathaiJij iespie and Joseph
hich Faris revived rin
u-ee years past has not varied ; ,v xv,. .nB A:n wounds oi his bodv ,ri,l ,,rm ;i,i
. ' . f ill. If CLOLL ! tl IJF 1UO t i 1UU1UL. VII ? J! J t " Ull
mate pally, thoughts is well known, a .Um dMk J. large knii, ono of (which seemed to '
was a great falling off m the U, p.nnf1 lnhn MflBAn xvhn
number packed in the Westmt , . , j
-i i n - ,i i iwb v l vtjuui'vu uiiiiiiuivu.
find I S.ik , J .
were
. Lace was shot dead by Miss
Wheeler. lhe ,lrce Press
that Mr. Lace had1 seduced
Wheeler, a milliner doubt-
under an express or. implied
re-
120
y
441
1438
701
058
1415
4793 '
nnd then siid4-l'Mr. Weustkr, I am (same. !
to be h'ere 'patiently till the end o
it. 'l)o so- may it come socm. -f-
At ten p'olopk, he was si ill lower,Ju
perfectly conscious ol cveryllungtha
passed tci'thju his sight -or hearing.
He linireiled on until .twenty inin
utcs of.threo.wheu death called him to!
j " ' j articles transmitted through the
I i ' j . ! uwiwj iuu iia.ijujiLj ji ivuitll 1U1I lie'
Tobacco. The-' money spent anhu- er come intt the possession of those
(ally for Tobacco, one of the nastiest to whom they are addressed.--
sum
iand most useless, of all tho weeds. Among those may be mentioned a
grown iri this country, amounts to a I horse-shoe; a ginger-cake, the post-
i! sufficient tojbuild, the Missis- age on which was 2,10; a donation
i and; Pacific Railroad in two! to a church, being a small cake in a
isippi
; years:
From the; last census, it 'ap-i paper box," a quilt; a New Year's
his reward. Thus has Humbled the! pears that the Tobacco crop for the Present t3." a bachelor; a Dutch pat-
chief pillar of the American republic.
The ihust painful gloom pervades al
classes, irrnd the solemn s
that an jawful calamity
the - nation.
i
The whole number
sous, in ill e United Sta
Giles,
Lawrence,
Wayne,
Hardin, ,
McNairy,
Perry,
DecatnrJ
Benton,
Humphreys
Hickman,
SEVENTH 'DISTRICT.
1428
090
i - - - I .1 . i A . r '1 H .1 l"
ivenr xooj. amounted to nearly iieru ior a cnua s aress; a pincushion,
! 200,000,000 of pounds. Of this! the bottom of a glass lamp, the postal
" VnnA Ann rA r 0 1 r. r r ' . . r 4 iL. ! l '. it I
... i juu.uuu,iRKV -i,uuu,uuu were con-j age ct, uie intrinsic worin as many
l nets i i. horned ! T!ic census alsn; dents: a zinc frame beloncrincr to a.
is everyi where api-arctil .rwlaitn'ijg us'.that .ouf "chawing"; 'is on fgilvanic ' battery, postage -Si 7; a
as -bctallen the increase: In 1840, the cbnsump- - stone, weighing- two pounds, ad
I ; ' I tiou pet head initho Unfted States 'dressed to a gentleman by "Eliza1
Dem. ma
) amounted to'2 lbs. 'ami oz. ' Which
! shows that obr taste for filth has in-
Theit U now living ! in Clarks
burg, Vay a man named Steiihen
Dicks who lieajrd thc origiual ec-
larawou u iimeiicuuence read irom
pliii in 1776.
liern ypars old
:
He was in
as! a sample ofliis generosih'; a pair
of meii 8 boots sent to a lady; a large
bottle of salve: and a bundle contain-
lot blind per-
es is 9 -702.il created iU per cent, in the short pe-
per year, W-our smokers and chew-j stockings, and a razor:
ers, wouldjjit is estimated, hu a reser
voir as. long, wide and ideep, as the t
Firio! Canal, wldle thej
the State Il&usi steps in Philadel-i short-cut annually mast
I ! 1 1 I . . ! I . - I . . . . . ,
He wasj then four-i people would. ! if ' .thrust down- the Uks; gets the bit between' hig teeth.
Id Mi!! is now ninety. j throat of . Vesuvius' keep the crater He merely buckles the right reia to
Clarksburg Uvhcn there ; vomiting for tlie next -tfo1 centuries. Ithe left ring of the "bit, and the left
wire but two shingled houses, in it, j Why is there'. not:a society for thelrem to the right ring. It has been
He enjoys good healtli, and is fn-! suppression! of thisjabusb of the sal- pat to the proof, and uevcr failed of! Gibson,
...... If I . ..... I. IMII .h . 1.... I. - 1 1 1 - -
ccu na!Kin"(lie streets, "ivarv
A citizen of Dijon, in France, has
amount ofi discovered a very simple way of stop-
cated by our I ping an unruly horse, especially when
Davidson
Robertson,
Montgomery,
Stewart,
Dickson,
484,
73-2
957
280
314
499
508
1051
1281
; 730
003!
949
424
372!
312
!! 274!
275;
j
5S31
Bevenjc and Death.
A'bloody tragedy! was enacted a
few days ajro in the streets of Mil-
waukpe. A young man named John
M. W
Ann
states
M iss
less
promifee of marriage -and had
- in his power, by marrying her. lie
j liatl also blazoned her shame to his
iboon companions. Driven to des-
iparation, she purchased a double
barrel cd pistol and dirk, met Lace,
i asked him if he intended to marry
her, was anstfered no with an oath;
when ;he presented the pistol tothe
I back f his head and fired and the
iseducer was a corpse. ; Thel.aven
Igerof her own wrongs stood by
i calmly until an oAker, who, was
jnear, oame up. , She surrendered
j the pisjto! and dirk, avowed aridgUn
Judical Decision.-
havc entered bet wej.n the ribs on Lis
left, side, and penetrated the cavity
ti ' o i0 e fthdomch, through which i
: i i Potion of abdominal viscus profra
II
fi .in t i' i ru " v iiwuuuimdi discus riroiru
a is
r. .. f ti. ..i::ii.
1- i mi . . .
that whether a suit of divorce j is
oroiiglit by a Iiusuana or ivuetjie
husband must.pay tlie . wife's, attir-
ney s lees auu-expenses ol suit
dition. The. other wounds d Id rifih
appear to be deep, the knife having
been stopped by the; ribs. Tho diffi
culty seems to haveoriginated at tho
lingular Mode of Committing Sin-
cide.--Qn Monday; morning lasf.j of good order Liquor both parties
William II. P. Ileare of Hantp'shire 1 bcinjr intoxicated at! tho timp
! ried
walked
giving
"It ia
'make
of her
what she had donp, and
with the officer to jail. Iu
up the dirk she 'remarked:
good one, and I intended to
ooa use
intention
5834
on
our
ority, 1121
ElirtTII DISTRICT.
, i i 1842. V
889;
921
G79 !
70.8
fain!) as!
5057
j Whig ibajority, ?
SIXTH DISTRICT.
Henry, .. it! 1325
Weakley,
Obion,
Dyer, ?,
Lauderdale,
Ttptorj,
i success
! Carroll
1317
C74 l
383 !
29G ;
I 53F i
1016
5.88
'2330
1109
1132
489
329
5449
5057
392
812
V14
183
!15
120
i9f.
to :
Ifar
1 don
be
county, Va., put an end to his ex
istence jn a very singular tnjminer.
Having raised all but tlie bottom
railol a fence near to the hoase in
which1 he inserted in the opening a
rock! which kept the rails fafhcnougb
apart Uo allow him to pjyge his
neck between 'them", he tlla'S:! it
is supposed,) took another roekaid
knocked out the one which he had
pjaced between thergils, whici fal
ling tlbw n on his neck caused suflb
cationi 1 . ! "
Va Rt eg at ed Newspapers. O u r
files i)( papers from California1 are
of varied hues the majority being
ilirty
color
&c.
brown, but others
J pink, ofange, green, buff,
There ap
se of it' -1 Evidences scarc-6r-PriTnS Pper in Culi
ion to commit suicide,! ,0'm:)'!a1nt,vraPp,nS papfr.or sifcli
tho Frie Press says, Jave also been
.; discovered. Miss Wheeler was
Mrom Cjlevelaud, and her relatjre?i
j rcsrde fhere, 1 he trc& Press thus
jcommems: i
I rrhh is a d
honor
readlul business. But
as a manj and our
ears to
of gayer
be a great
a Glir stian, we feel bound
ha t
ie
e hi
refuses
icate tinj
to pro
exp
wrongs
servins
wrong ne uiu laer
WT0112 she
n. And as longias society
aJi
exceeded
thc
has
ect' rifrhts nnd vindi
o
wrongs of woman, she must
cfed o redress! her own
'rhee is not a man de
the nme, who would not
infinitely prefer to have .his dairgh
ter or sister shot down in; the street,
than beiome a victim of the heart
less seducer.
i ...
i or eight
parrels
Largd Crops Corn,-The Win
chester
corn in that region is almost unpre
cedented. There is not to be seen,
taking l ie land into consideration
three bad fields. Ml has been 'ex-
j traordinkry to ' ee the poorest slate
inns covered with
other substitute is can, be nrociiried,
is necessarily used. 1 he San Fran
cisco Journal says:
The Sacramenlo Age continues) to
reach us on goodj white paper, mjin
ufactured of four sheets of papier,
! the size of ordinary foolscap, pasted
together; an evidence, we take it,'
of decided enterprise.
Miserable Em. The Jackson
Mississippian, of the. 24th ult., says
that Franklin L. Plummer died in
that city on the Tuesday previous,
in great destitution. Mr. Plummer
was once a Representative in Con
gress from Mississippi, a prominent
candidate Tor U. S. Senator, and
Judge! of the Circuit Court. j
The bilitor of , tie "Oreg6n States
man" has a stalk of corn in his office
corn raised in Oregonmeasunrjg
Good. Bank
th, President;
Virginian says tlie yield j ofi eleyen fcet o height Jfe also rr
cently saw a field o
of which averaged
altitude.
corn,the products
seventeen feet, in
A gentleman in Bativia, N. Y-i
nas raisca a largo number of pota"
1 !
Oillespie was arraigned on the next
day before the commjitting court, and
herd to bail for his appearance at tha
next Circuit Courttand as the mat
ter will bei impartially - investigated,
we will'notin either kry try to fore
stall public! sentiment by giving a
further detail of the circumstances.
Winchester Independent. '
In the laiC nulnber of Thompson Y
Dank 'Note Jiep irtcr, n very relubW;
tMl? ;1i0 Irti- ' rr-v '. .T ." (L. f.ll !
t uUimiuuu, min - Lny iOllOWinrr iq
reference to the Banks of WasHcsr-
i t;i:. I o
ton jiiy: j
"Baxxs which are
of Ame'ricai Cfed. Sm
bank oi Wnshin&rton Feh.. nnra
Bank of tho Metropolis-Exchange
Bank, secured by Virginia bonds,
can vouch for' -
'' i ' ' ' ' ,
Hoas. Ve hear of no contracts
in this vicinity. . We learn that largo
droves have' been driven South frchi
Mt Sterling, Ky., wh(re the prevail
ing rates are 4 on time. At SL
Louis danghterers aro read v. n,T
t 4 0 to S5
as the sea-
arrive. We esti
mate the, number to f e packed
there the furthcoming Season, atCO,
000. Tlicrd is a larger hog crop
than wa3 anticipated in the Grand
river, Missouri, country, and tho
abundancetof corn and the promise
of good prices, will prompt farmers
to fatten all the hogs they can: .
LoidsviUe Ciur. . -
iviJ (I j
thc money js ready a
for . No. 1, a3 soon
son and the 1
hogs
HoQ3 and Cattle. Packers are
in the market for all good hogs and
cattle, and 'aro paying 5 per hun
dred for hogf and 3- 50 to 84 for
cattle. One concern haa purchased
about 7,000 head of hogs, to weigh
200 pounds and "upwards, at .$5 per
hundred. faw PJhiois) Tdc.
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it is said mat corn can be bought
h a growth pf, tow, which average eighteen ouocrii at Aberdeen; Miss., for JS' c tl' 1 J'
to. tlie acre ; .Jcach in weight. ! . . ! jlper bushel, to plentiful hi&cr' r
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