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VOLUME XX. From Ike Ualeigk Rrgiitcr. The Oflici.il Vole. Fii'l end official returns from the whole Sia'a lit been received at (lie Office of lha Screlsry of Slut, tnd preteul the following tuibtauc remit : v LUrid a. UmI, 41 84 i Uvt. Clui. Man'y, 43,071 - - .tVrsWWBBBBJBBBaajjjj 4fL L TA 4.j, r- . . . j ..., , ii '.-, , ":- ' ' ' "" ' ' "''";.", . - . ' Perpetual lHailantc is l,';c t!.kc a &,,; 6r fa drnS SMft, from ll;t i!ta l, cuaulotte. sr. c. SKHJEtt'iiiissa rUIILISI I JD 1VEEKLY, AT I'ER ASMil l.y ADVAKCE. the contrary, at b ry corfidence and awu-anre that the pr,n-r till, i ti a . ... . . I .it. luiiSRf B u hi.niilt ...... dear aa ever In a I ..,., r . pie of Nortb Croltne. And ihey ,11 ..,. sve alio n, (here it eve. voul hearti nuMii in r; ,it. ; i n. l )ond I't orl), lo that gracious Hoing who has lor tho pre.nr 4. 2.773 RtiJ't innj. From thit statement it will be if en, that Gov. Mantv fall only, 239 voles behind hit o(a io 164S; while that of Mr. Rmd baa in so kindly overruled nil thin vatioii Bud peipeiuationi-f our liberties and I,. tit,.. . nk. . i .,-. l-ncr. died U110,,.; ". i beam nt'Vlit Inn I a . . " ... -..w . ...u,,. r,mC!(a, aid, ltn rank, that Ulibriikiln kn ik.. I. .,. ,,;w in; lierir.nul nr -nn . .. ,1 . 1 . . ... ' l' irii.iu IIIC Ol.'t'lH (.1 nlir I .II.b.j .... ..ill uj,..,, ,uir rjiri nun., in rcrrfnrstf iiainu and cotnfiion characlcr t! aid all United Americjii; that e 1 : i. ... . . ' . " , vw, .,. .ic.ory-., vciory, which hn!l mn.Uut of the Ir.Lmi.hmit rrni-aia of MO and i 4i m ahi it In . creaatd iU lar.e number ,f8353! TI.. fi-, J h,cb, ih . i inn nioti in l a turn L l,. ,l. .1 n. . .k. .ill Lbs Ih. .,.U. ,.. ...... " . ' " K bfUj the ,.v . , ucra o riaiara! x .1. i .. .1, .ill c J :r i (,'" i t..w .wwj ihiw fwi. i.i nun, ii mw ait: i nut much niiatakefl, 'hat the atctridrnrj ol j Vkijj principli'i in N i th Carulina it nut i I all li e id theirbv. We av, the uscin Jrnry of lAig prim iplri fur, ih.uh it' U true, that our ntllant aum'a'd Lrnar il iU C ..I - . .he late contra, .a", debated, . ,.. no, b w.,. . 7L V l , denied that local onfotloiwtel, thru- ' f ' "i!or,, ,iar""y 'J tfu oiucnut in utiv aiinport Irom hmi: a i-kcii m a mosi t: Mr. Wtbktei'a re.-iiniki vnr liiu.,o.l .. with prohui.d attention, und w.-re mosl en. iuiically received. N. xt, i!,e H ,n. Mr. Iilii;iid, of Alabama, M(l.lriftd ll.n rrn.l. ke ttiih "icat t riiinr .....i i.. and utliiliiiri! in Mr. Vl'.!,., ng tah-iil. ir fluonce. and nH'iiot. rincipa! tsliare in nrndijcin? iliosp hn The iifneral i .i d.Hii.(l ii,,,.i i... . ; ly ftulta which would (ill thn lu-a.-i of ih ' ....u.iv., iiai w - . - , " .......ii - . ii j -y biju gruuiUbe. Ia ( tilioii r 2rofVnnr lVrb. . fcler. H'e announfd Inst wcik through the mf diumof a leraphic comniunicalion, that Pi of. WtUur had paid the fearful penally of hisciimn. The narrative not aicom prrhfnhivras rfc sirablp, and e temrdv the l(lch i dtfect by annexing the full report of the Rot. ...n I ra:sr.iipf :Iiol. Reg. INrKUVlKW W1TU HIS FAMILY". . ,.,, ,., ibt0Lk tr. dj the tbuu. iH.lliaid. ol f Niagara j e ,f(.ta Zr " ;rpence, ar i romtlie XfiuHonul lUt ltigencer." u o.ninan.lir Vat riulic iirjuiciaH. ! ism, a prim It c aa. i H,pi.6..riHeb,teXa visited, a uua!, c-V. tantivy fsl4niy b icniauieo with hun nearly four hours rday arternonn, rfnd they 'lieriffEveleth, the jail offKera. the wii ncs.ea summoned for the occasion, and the ,li ' oi ine pre. 'IV ' . i no prisoner knelt before a chair in t ren.re ot Iho cell ; l)r. Pulnam ilBlldino jn ""or-wy, and addre8lng the throne of j no prayer occupied seven mir.ules. , r 8 b'lt'l "'"t touching ullusion lo the tolcun Bfld melancholy characlcr of the oc casion, he prayed fervr ullv for the nris,,.,r commending him to the mercy nf an all wite and beneficent G,-d. lie expressed his be , lief that the pri-oner kds prepaied, so far at I ,mc',e conircion for bit i IJl-nco and progtra- o. rnui iii nmntile sunn iiratmna for f,.. nisnop dim.m; n'o.v tavlor. The Ni't Yolk lljrnrrtt urn ; IV.. C....I mere it every rea.on to believe that .hey I , ", ' V , " "-n lillc"" r i left '.Hirelv ij-n irant aa to the day of the ex. i l,.lC,""'s " r,,l,"ce "I"'" Hw Savtour pi . cm,.,,. The prisoner had Mt ea, anxiety "'T' l"'1""- in regard Id this doting interview, lest ho r ' """"" lhen PrnJei' fervently for t pro- 'g interview, lest he r , " l'rneu "gently lor the When ii .... , ! ,ilMy "'t 'he fame grace and mercy michl helcli firea ly ulicved. and snoka cheerful. I '"'J'"" them in 'heir girat tdlclion, r.n.l en- ,i..i... j r i tula them lo aiinnnrf ii tviil. ,.:,.,.i;.... .i -lnuliJ bclray himself. .. ll j . j - .... unu ociecicn oo aign ot a recogni H..1 of the fuel thai tins tvat iheir last inter U'V. in the demeanor of his family. Nei Ihtr had the j'tilur. T the latle-, as ihey thst INnrth Carolina un much a U kig State the lloute of Kepresentatu " tun appeal io tliuiujic ere Ajarrs, that look to equally in the fvea ei dim- detfHindeut Wl.igt, lo bear ui out iu the at lumbi eriliMl. ilaill. ara lr i .1... I..L " .1 in .,iir I... - i .. , Th, ... ; . II .1. I . ., ,,.,,,, 0 Wllllu J- - ", loom n, I ;l(;in Uia j,. . .. . . ' - - : - t -i -" nunuii u irom ere iir( n i ' .....uicui uiu ineiniirv til ne It It rtri'uo.'erout. thaie. Ill honor of ihn ideceam-d rmirii.t u l.n. ........ .." - ' . . .o.vi.i - r t.u.u lllll K1 ir i-l W in. it coiitcn! ourselves ilh a low humble hope. H aw.d that thn terrihl example mishl have a salutary tl-ct on the whole community, in tcachinff ihein the d.n. in iho Churchman this citv. ih fir-t , I ;f"ho cell, they addressed tome rem.. I, g r.."' unr.c'lilra'"f'l pii,.ii, and inspiring hu- ; "I .f the published aermoo of P.I. Uav. I lll'"'lv '"J'cating their expectation of rev is. i ..'J ""-diatrual. ; liCor i'l: It D.jane, on the death of rusidtnt ",e l'r'so"er. An imnienne crowd had lht tbona iu-s tra po.ao ial aa to luti.stll, i "' '"'ner in our city on Sjtuidjy eentn and that Ihey can have no bearing up,.n hj. at niht. S.. ,f,er , e P,.P n " hr. rc.U.n,, ,n the S .... . y ihcn, day. f the ,.f a,., of cL'u,,JZ Ik.l llnflk i.l.. I . It I a-.. .1 aa -- - i ... ---.-.-w....,i,a( .... I ,t . I llouta ol Kepresentatne., nreparat.o,., . ' U,T ll.o text (II Samuel, jjj, ) amb!cd in Leverett atrect, and about the ! V 7 ' e mude In U.nly ,IB (,M,C j ,.ciir i " Know yr i,, tl,t there is a pritire, and a "'' '" ,ee ,ho "nhappy family as they i,u. , Wer.e "'n.nnlie i'y, aVrnt suruei, (he ranno,, f iU (V. man fallen, tl.it day, in I,ael." V ed; Lut Mf- Andrews look Mia. Webster ' 1 ' r ' " ' bn Artilkri.is, under Cpteiu Hm-kinT.M ,!l find tp.,ce for the hole of it Tasr.ily through bia ow n house to a door i , ,r P1,nul ,u''c"""e "th fit eatl in the S'aie. I.re. to a..p,.o.e , ti Manly Lilt .o . IUi the d.-u,ii,i:,.iro(l ofthe ruhlic feeling I As " ,s e hm voi.t behind hit former poll, ihat all this d'd not a'op there. . bout seven o'. 'o. f : rx 'a(;,t : tnormnut inctaate in Mi. Reid'a vole it lo be thore a as a bando ne disphiy of fira roekaia set do.n under the head of i liimoenlic in. thro,, into the a,r from'tbu M ,11, ea.i o! 7 h not mean a m i" !' i" iu urateiiu in any stieet. A vast Lndv ol ... heavy lo..ct that Gov. formed into procesvmn. rnairhed to the Ni. Ucitbcrfoid, ard other .Honal Hotel ,, ,je Marino li.nd, and there .4 timri 1,'isfuHin. I mere mall), hnm.in. in.tivi.l.iu I lhen , ''", w horn llip luilor, rather than iho m t. j lua maker, clulhes. A walking thing, i,ai Coumies. m,.crm.,f.r,....l... I..! i. .' . . "" ieie j --.. . ...... ol U1: W!ch tiod I. .hick have a ludtd r"'juu"-c 'w' j' u ' , ''"! '! loudly cheer ""at, when II ; .a.d, L,t ,JS ,,.aUc , itl W. rr:IlV.T .1 r f ' k r ,' d "' "l""0' Slr.C'lav. who, br-ina ,b.e, our i,,,;,, nltcrour likenes,." Marred labalar 1, 'f ' " Mf- C'4lv e"''' """"'T real. "Hly, n-.w. by the conc us.ion of .but fearful tabular ....emroi. f, ,h, coireeinet. of deuce, could n,t respond lo .ha coiri pli i n ' ' ,,t, capable of restoration hro, lb Inlln.ri 1 '"d ! defy,. at hoaever, hr,!n,ly ,l!,,n,(ed ,n hon newa! of ,t, cumenaoce erect, the sacred Tn. r ; J r' "' ,,U'f 7"0-) ' hi "-'J'""'. i 'he coun..l. of tho 1 'bat ha a a hear. ; 0,,d , i,ldt .0 ... V ,"n ..hundred and fifty happy a,,d elo.iou. c,,,vu.,n-i " Ar,,r 'care, ,,', f.,r himself. A fan wi'h the ,'m aada, le... five hundred VJ.I) ino.he, couo- U procession ,ad v,ud -he N,,,mI IloJpl'H.v of a child. A ,1 J '..T j!"" Iiat. ttllllt Ih. rh.riA. .urf J.. .1 .1 . .'j. .. I ' --....v,.- i .w utuneu aa . uirjr marcni a io .VI i . 'v ton's UjDi. la I tin three above enjn rated. . . - .'i "ui -n o i ro.ie, no i ibh'hi .Hi n i I1B UI'J-W, IIITi i"'i.w' w Til a 1. tt. I" r,4 4t..-v , . , . k-nr an sgertgsle n( sis. sen hundri d und .uhi. L.avmg .Mr. F .o'e, the piic. s-ivjii In ted eil nig eolet (lOUii) that were cat for the the TjIoiiuc lloijue, h,.ie lin y naid a Lacofoce candidate. In luiu't commit when lr coii'pliinen! to .Mr. tinutor Cast, who, a- ! ,M?;ir ma irKni issues urn Opera'rd agaiftl lc. v. iniutl lui.d cheeit, appean J i.,J ict'.i.i.dtd to Manly shall nl etist, M dmde and dia racl; (la tisi'cia'in a very k'lici.i.t's imu n r. Th" the par'r, these votes will aatn be est in pro, estion then uiarclndtu G.dbi't llo:u!, arcardanie tnh those rherishrd p'inciplea ai d a'lcr a few potnolic niis Irntn ihe band hichiby have !) t sjtlaiurd. Wi tx-' called out M-. t-',i -.ker t'ol.b, bo ui;'de.t u peels o.herai f j the people in a vtry li.ppy nmm.B', roni.iat. Guv. M.nU's yole was 4-2 07 "''""K ,l",,n UH" '' autj.icious ev.n's ol Adding ICOO W big .es cast for lUd 1 tioO lha Uo da' ,h ch u' fifl"1.v bol.ev.d oold iislore harimur ni pood li-olm opining on Lowell street, where a carriage wai ttui ing, and they thus escaped Ihescru ti.if and rcmaiks of the multitude. One incident which seemed lo siTfPt hnn. pily the spirits of tho prisoner during the in- ihe (dicers of the land, whosn di.iv ii wi uld be to carry the sentence of the law iered in hit pray- they performed mum. it u r.nM also be in a spirit of tendcinr and n mpas s.on tor their lellow being, who was about to pass before a higher tribunal, where juihce would be sure tube tempered wiih mercy; and he hoped that some of the spirit, which leAiew wuh his family, may be worthy of 1 WL"!d '',resiJo ,hat bilicr c"nr. m'ahl w - " r inP1 lid Imi.ii.n ...ll . I i ... -Mnjjn ojiiutmco to aia them on this trj ing occasion. After again fervently commending ihiav 4ameiit in regular course, without skin- ! 7',' V"e ln"cy, the veivices were cou. piS. The chapter which thus came up v eV ! ueu w"nut larther cc-emomes, and ti.e .....J .i ... j . . ' 3 ' COlnnnnv rnlir.... IV,.. 1....1M:.. V 10 u.iy nu w as renfl, w ag Ihat exultant and I ' ' ' uullull,g m-'irion. i-or gtvera mnn ha ihew hav btn in the habit of reading (he bible lo him Int.. full l,.ti. iL. . . .. ...... --'., uiniog 1 11 w cnapiers in itio iew neti ol r, clu!d. A man, with tha freshness and ear. allies of a child. A man. in jus- a. Sll.'.l- R-id'a nte a bjblrtciinj; 1GU0 'V,ig to ct 4:Ui7l '"i-"0"' Ibis IjleJy cKtiacled countiy t 11 "fieafcei s atid'eM, Ihougb brief, ' c - f n, tiut l iuii.igei.cies. A man, In make occa i"ii. A man, to d.ne, i.nt i.nlv : hut to moil, to hue. A man. without n fesr. A thunderbiill. in war. A duw ilron in ihe d.iy of peace. 0;ic, thai, against iho fearful oddt, of live to one, couid sway the b.ittle storm, n! i'nena Vnta. Ai d, then, !rom iheainM and hip of victory, writs tn one, whose gili'ar.t ton had died, to make hit crown " hon I mis his familiar face, I can say, with truth, that I foel no exultation, in nr hiccchs." Truly, a nwn, has "fallen in I.ruc!." crtiol iting chapter, the 10 h in St t rd hpistle to the Corinthians. The nut nier jeemcd miirh iinnret.i-H l,v .... "r j LAST SCENE OF ALL, At 25 minutes past nine, Sheriff" F.veleth, auu nis deputies .Messrs. Cuburn, Freeman SCa the coincidence, hick had, without calcula- and Kugg, mounted the steps of lha ion on any ones pari, given this chapter to in the jail-yard, followed bv Ihe prisoner m itin ui hi. L.i mi...;., hmii. i i ... : t i . 3 . i . ... . 1 . , , " ;"pprieu oy nr. rutman, and by ailor and on the last day of his earthly exiatence. ! dre s and Mr. Holmes, a turnkey (In rnniir-r..J I,, il ..:.l . . f. .i ' J 1 he prisoner look hit stand upon the cd o derive much hope and consolation from 1 1 o de .I Z3 h i ,e' . I d""r "r drP' a,ld i-medi.,cly node, ,he rone cd o derive much hone and consolation from l,;i. j..j.i .i ... r ., .. 1 ,i.. ; . - , i i" i.wvu i 1 1 ii uiu ion ol ine tin uw the inspired assurance nfihn lnnj . m r ii . '. . . . b""" ' .--. w Un ... , IIOHIp tha resurrection of the dead, suwu honor and " in weakness." tup ponnv L'tic lie w as dressed in . I.I in dia- j buttoned up in front, Hack pants and shoes. wuhout any neckcloth, and orvlv n n.ii.m C "TtlCOT. UU. .li.rl l.i.m.,11 i,,l,l T I .. u lOIUICIUIillUIV l?u 41 4) 2 1 1 Which woiks, already, a very deeded thance in the aspect of the vote. Hut this it an all. Theilli-isl returns will nn'sir. ut 10 the attertion that Ihe fulljamg U Ina, in ioiiou nuniuera, in ilia Uin vote at .hit election III Ike Sams counties b-ing about as usual, or la evme lostaiuo, larger i Hil.fst JdiHson (I mi jf wt ve. i ry purunecl, pairiotir, and r0,le,,. Thu ' ''u,u A .1 n.Mj i 1IK yUAKKHS. pioccttn.tnievt vis i.'d Mr. Senator Djuglat, ! A writer in llulden's Magazine has an ac who, on being called ou spike lo hi. v.si'eis ! count of an Iiishman, who goin-'for the fuel in a clear, Biiiniattd, and pvriotic swain ire ,;., , , , .l.eii.. ii.l ....... . . ii I ! lime to a Qiaker convention, was much as " s " f""iiiio jjuiiu loinecoun toniahed and puzzled witlial ut the manner of worship. Having been told that, the "b-eth-ren tp ;lu even as they were moved by the pirii," ho watched the proceedin"S with in- crens nf! disgust for their " haylhen way of Pafiuo'ank Pcni'inntiiB i... .i i..... r. i. .i io')j-, nuiii mo autpicioos legiklalii n of the last to davt. I he aJdiem of il,.. ie luiljami! hiiia, in i . 1 1 o . . . . . j , honorable b .nator was rec iv d H i hearty luMowin.! counties, did ., . ,i , . ,- . . . , ... ii. t , , chet is, io tha n.id.t ol which he bowtd rid n ; the l.tKolocri to'a Alter leaving the lodgings of Si tutor D.iu". i worship," 1,11 one young Quaker rose and j Us, the moving mats pioceedrd up 0 h sine"', commenced solemnly : , snd presetted I'.elf in front of Mr. Webster's j " Pueihron, I have married " I residence, on Lmisiuiia uvenu-. The hon. " The de il j o hrv !" interrupted Pat. orab'c Secretary being Inudy cheered and; The Quaker sat down in confusion, but I rep-atedly railed fir, made hit appearance, j ihe spirit moving Pal no fuither, the youno i IKre we mingled with the multitude, and pot 1 man mustered coutano and broke l-round a. near enough to hear a part of what was said, j gain : 6:10 Thanking the peorle lor their kindness. Mr. " Hrethren. Ih t i 4 150 100 75 100 75 I lit luatl , I . . . I It r i .J uinjeier.,tereui:!tocoiiyeriation with his spiri.ualadvit. a with the prisoner took place between er, w hich he continued as long as practicable l.lf past , and U o'clock last evemng. Oil : and h apparent calmness and cLoo.ure t' bvUieletr "Hnr;er! Prn e",'in ' rlhmty S""'flCUburn called the atteni.on cj! bv the sherifl orders. Dr. Putnam; of the witnesses, to the readin-r of the wished more pnvacv, and tho m.lter w Fxecut.ve death wa rant, which w." i fi aliy compromised by dismitsmg ,he , ffi : done in an audible manne b e r " r rtaod having Mr. Gust.ivut Andrews, the ! h ;,t. h.. ...r. . ?. r,U j-Alor, alone present. Of, his mtervlew we ! ernl v rem d Z k.."". "1 7 V" cai.not ,av much. There was no rm.fi ,1,- ..:...: ... ". uur.ng coMradiciory of that already made bV the ' soner ' "CC"'U" ' P"" o - , ,ii mi a tin re piafinii ot me great wrong he had dono to tooiuly." II1XGS TifAT SIIOl'.U J!E DOXll The next Legislature should ns n law req-jiring all the Sheriff, and oiher tflicen to auverlise in ion,e newsper in ibe county where the sale lakes place, all the propeity levied upon by execution or otherwiso, t ell ns all land sold for Taxes. The tK" i t law requiring land, sold for Tuxes to lhV. vertiscd in a paper at U ihigh, lliou;S land may he in Cherokee, it i.n utuij-e gainst common time. No ifli.er ah- n!d Im' allowed to sell valuable propnij, cithfr rcn or personal, without firl giv ing notice ol il.e aam thiwivk vv. i,i-pP,0f c. t or through (ho nearest nrint. Tho r-nsoi" i for this ate loo obiious lo req'iire Ihem to be pointed out. We have long thoughi 0f culling public of. million tu this matter, and if we had not Lo, u connected wiih the piess, would have d, : i so many jeatt ai;o. llul knowing how I bis mun't nintivia arc to he indent, Mri we have refrained from saying much on :;-ta eul j-ct. Having, however, soofton .con vai. uaule pra,pei!y sacrificed though the deficit of tho prsaenl system, we have laid aside our diffidence find cull now upon tho pre f i!,u Slate to take ti.ia matter in hand, ard fuicc it upon the minds .of tht! members elect to the next A-semhlv. The nmi r l:m when valuable property it to be sold, tu stick it up at s i:nu comer, cross roaiit, ur grocery door, two or three notices, written, federal ly in a style that would puzzle a Philadelphia Lawjer to decipher their contents, giving in formation of a tale. One half who see ItTcse notices are unable to rend them, und fiv.s sixths of llo.su w ho feel an interest in eutli sal. s never seo them. And hence we con clude that it wi uld bo a vast bcutlit to all parties to have such sales advertised a few weeks in some newspaper, where thev could bo read by all the world and the rest of man kind ! Such is tho law in cvory Stale of ilia i'..: . -.. . union cjciii i ir'ima ana iorin uaruttna. Ashivillc At'irt. ws proceeiit-u lo confine his elbows bv a strap, which also passed around (he bod'v auu iica uie lianas crosswise in fron(. An, Wt mention thcae Counties, by way of ex-; tbtter said that hit claim on their regard 'the Lord" !", merely. Th. tame imtifUrence. orl"8 not " n-ch on account of any allors OKalfection, provaihd in nuny otheit. " The divil xe hev (hat !" said P.il, " but Manlv't vole at above Add 5U0 Whigs a bo did not vote . Reid'a rote, at sbuve 43 071 500 made by him to produce (he great result, as ; it'll be a long, vl.oii" while before ivcr ve'll on llit depth, nd a'rength, and intensi y of j see y our f ither-tn-Iaw." his participaitoo in lha feeling ol py und glad 4 171 4:214 M.jirily Whi!e this tSowt ho easily ihe Whig of Ihs State might have elected (io. Mtn'y, nil saved Ihe Hta.efrmn the reproach of hav ing a Loco Fjco Governor, for the fi. st ti ne, b doinj: een half their duly, it alto proves! toortitill, I, i! bt seen, of course, thai, in lae foregoing calculations, we havo had re- r.rss which seemed lo animals :!l hearts. ' Truly, geiiilrnien, (vaid Mr. Webster,) (he lutt two daya have been gieatdayt; e wuik hat been uccoinuhshed which dissipates it i. it. ' ui.,1 n'nr'n. .,..1. u r. n,l I a ..,.. W-7 , troierties, lor. dies the Cointi-ulion of Hie j r.nnh- x ; two large cenlie diamonds, country, and auotigibci.i Ihe bjiidt of the -UUU eoc" M'U" ""' ",ur Bn'""er K mon. TIIK CROWN OF ENGLAND. The crown of F.iig'and contains the follow ing valuable jewels : I weiity il la.iv.nila round iho eireli, 1 rilil) inoiiifs placed at the angle of Ihe former, 10') ; " Now is Ihs winter of our ihtcontent M ido (-loriout summer ; And til Ilia clouds llial lowaredupon our hnufo In Hie diep bosom uf Iho ocean buried." " This language, fellow. citizen, is highly four rrotses, each of -5 diamonds, 12,000 ; : 'be prisoner, according to the order of the feience io the question of Whig ascendency poetical, but, in my opinion, not (oo strong for m tht State, at it has hitherio manifested it '!', and at it will continue to manifest itself on all occasions, where national politic, prin 'plr, ate iriyolved, and lha', in ujciding thai question, wa havo aclual'y assumed Gov. Msnly'e rotr, in 184S, as the bssn of our Calculations. Now, it it well known, that Ihouiands of Whigt ttayed from the polls at Ibst election and it watevin ackuowlt dgsd, I 'he lime, ana) since, by many ofthe Loco Fo t0 Piesr, ihat thai ute could not be taken at a I'at ofthe relative ttiength of parties in ihe Biaie. f In iew, therefore, of all Iho factt and cir cumtiaftcee of the cats, we would tu) lo our 111 l i . ..-, iiu.i.v-, .,,u iv uui iT 'k ? "broad, that there it no reason ihe occasion. The d -cisiona cf the popular brania) of Iho Legislature appear to me (o turpnta id importance any acts of legislation which I have known for thirty years. A cri sis has come upon u, in which men's minds have been strangely agitated by notions of separaliou anil disunion. Pfiauio ns of new confederacies, formed out of the now united body of the uld thirteen and the new seven It en, have twain before the eyes of tome; se parate S ate existences have amused the vis ions of others ; while local controversies have raged with uncommon bitterness, and local and partial microtis espoused with to much of the exclusive spirit of partisanship, that Ihe hopes ol the most confiding appeared tome. timet to waver. Hut these causes ol appro- i ur targe uiiimouus on ine lop ol Ihe crosses, 10,000; twelve diamonds contained in finer do Its, 10,000 ; twelve or eighteen smaller diamonds contained in the same, 2,000; pearls, diamond, vVc, upon the arches and crosses, 10,000; also, III small diamonds, !ff'd him unuKerably, although he had pre 500; Iwenly-tix diamonds in Ihe upper cross, ' l,iirC(1 himsell by anticipation lor the dread SO 00 ; two circles of pearls about tho run, ! Iu' 'ound. Ihe prisoner had the right to f Ihiif (.eapondency. Mortifying aa wat hensiou and disquiet, these clouds, to portan uticat aruof. Mtnly melancholy at waa "h ovenhnMr,by indirect and unworihy cau t f to giftrd an advocate of Whig pnnci. f', i to true bearied a gentloineo, and to de oted patriot there it no ground for a re. AatiiMt f bopt or enorgy iu our midst. Oa tout of disastei, are now in tho deep bosom of the ocean buried.' We ought to be mosl thankful to Providenco that the retjltt of our dtlibtraliuiis have been to pacific. W hen, on lo-morrow't tacrtd morn, the tun shall begin to ascrnJ in Iho cast, thank from de- IHIO. Cost of the stones in the Crown, ex. elusive ofthe metal, I'll 1,000. A TRAUEDY. Tho N. O. Picayune says that a allocking BtTiir took place recently in Texas. A Mr. Wiley, living upon ihe Sabine, near Van Zandt, had separated from his wife. It ap pear that he afterwards visited her at a lu use in the neighborhood, where she was residing, and pioposrd a division of tho property, to which she consented. He then took hef be hind him, on bis horse, and pioceeded lo their former house, which they reached upon np parently friendly terms. During the divi sion of the property, ho requeued her to walk out in the yard wiih him. As soon as they left the house, he shot her dead with a pistol and mounted hia horse to escape. A number of citizens followed and overtook him in Rusk cuituty aod killed him. V ,i sereni,y' he "UMi.h.d on other stnp was b u u 1 1 d a r o u 1 1 d 1 1 1 e l" s , ju si relgioui conviction. He alluded to the cere- above the knee- J moly of his execution and rema.k.d that ,f After the prisoner had again risen upon d Znren "r f""' 'hR '"P6 d-n down and ad d.ikg.ihreugh no effect upon h.m of. he hor-:j,,,'ed around his neck bv deputy Sheriff ribb 6urroundinflt and arrnmnanin,o..i. r.r i -i'l.i . " t,,, i , ,i .k.,t.gs. i ne Ktiot was placed a itt e behnd his doom,, ut bee use of . mKgiv.ng, as .he right ear; and the 'rope being by acci to ,e tfllt.acy of b,s own repen'ance, at to ; dent drawn too closely, the culprits ciunten thetu.ure to w tch he was going; because .nce flushed and hisses fid wi . a , ote clouds hat might come over his spirit when the noose was instantly slackened, atthelatt. Il hoped, howevr. that he shoo d Ti. M...I, i . , i s tru miH n tail hh IITHlVn ntPt I 1 1 o tinnd by Messrs. Rugg and Holmes, thus shutting cut forever from the prisoner's mortal vision the beautiful sunlight and blue sky ol' this fair Summer day. The flushed appearance of (he prisoner's face continued as the cup was descending; and lo the last moment he turned his eyes sideways upon Doctor Putnam, w ho stood at the left, leaning upon the railing and much aff-cted. Sheriff Evelcth anrounced, that in the name of the Commonwealth, he should now proceed to carry into effect the sentence of ihe law, and immediately placing his foot up on Ihe drop, the prisuner fell some seven feel and a and his mortal career was at an end. .This took p'ace at 25 minute befoie ten o'clock. The body awayed slightly to and fro ; and in a few seconds af:er the fall there was a spasmodic drawing up of the legs once or twice. IWond this there was no observa ble struggle, nor was there any subsequent agitation or quivering of the body. After hanging thirty minutes the body was u.uiiieu uy nr. uenry Ul.uk, ctty physi cian, and by Dr. Charles H. Stedman, of the Lunatic Hospital, South Boston ; and they informed the Sheriff that life was extinct. The body waa then placed in a black cof fin and conveyed to the cell recently occu pied by ihe prisoner. Professor Webster left no (special commu nications fur the public1; nor did ho retract to the lust any statement made in his conies sion to Dr. Putnam. bear up arranged ihat he should be lied by MriAiidtewt in preference to any other of ficer and said that he expected to be tran quil during the night, although he might not sieop. Afior Mr. Putnam retired, Trofessor Web ster resumed his reading of the Scrip'ures, which he alternated with inward and inaudi ble prajer, during which the twooflicer pre served perfect tilence. Occasionally he would c'ose the Pubic, end burying his face iu his hands, seem rapt in supplication and thoughts. PREPARATIONS FOR THE EXECUTION. At dusk the first wagon entered the jail yard, loaded with stakes and other fixtures rrqiiired in marking off the ground and erec ting the scaffold. After Mr. Putnam retired for ihe night, officers Jones and Leighton re entered the cell to resume their guard over shetiffaml the requirements of the law I he gallows was erected toon after sunrise this morning in the aren of ihe jiij. Kvery blow that was struck by tho wotkinen smo.e on the ear of the prisoner, and must have af. claim his timo until 1 1. The sheriff had fix ed the hour of !) for the execution. THIS MORNING. The prisoner retired at a little past 1 3, and wat in a sound sleep a little before 1 A. M. He slept till 6 o'clock, woke calm and re freshed, and maintained perfect serenity and self-possession. At q iarler before eight, Dr. Putnam and Mr. Andrew, the jailor, visited the prisoner in hia cell. The arrangements for the exe cution had all been explained the previous evening. Ir Pulnam continued in the cell until the prisoner was taken to (he gallows. Mr. Andicwg came out a few minutes before nine, and shortly afterward returned with tha sheriff and jiil officer, who then took formal and affauiionate leave of the prisoner. THE SERVICE IN THE CELL. At a quarter past nine Ihe religious servi ces commenced in tho coll in the pretence uf GENUINE ELOQUENCE The following is a part of the'peroration r. Clay't late speech. It it a pily the patitottc sentiment is not oftener carried out : " Mr. Piesident. What is an individual man? An atom, almost invisible without ;i magnifying glass! a mere speck Upon the immense- oniictso not a second ll) time com-pn-ed to immeasurable, never-beginning and never-ending eternity a drop of water in tho great deep, w Inch t vaporates and is bj;iie "fi by the winJs a grain of sand, which is soon gathered t tho dust from whence it sprung, tsliull a b-iitig so small, so p. tty. 8 evanescent, oppose itself to the onward march of a great nation, lo subsisl for ages lo cumo iu oppose itseit to tha( long line of poster, ity which, issuing fiom our loins, will endure during the existence of the world? Forbid it um ! i.n us look at our course elevate ourselves to the d.gnity of pure and disinter ested pa' riots of w ise and enlightened states men and save our country from ell impen ding dangers. What, ir in the march of this nation to greatnest and power, wa should ba buried beneath the wheels that piopel it onward what are we, what is any man worth nu is noi wiiuns to sacrifice h man f fnr iho uetictit ol bis country when it isnecessary i AN APPLE. BE A RING VINE.. A Mr. Nice, of Pottsvillo, Pa.: grape vine twined around an apple tree. For several seasons past thu vine bore bloa- soms only, but this year it has yielded a fruil, v which externally is like an apple, with it., down, itt tufted crown, &c. Internally it has the pulpy texture of a grape, but the seed and capsular tegument resemble the ap p. A similar case is mentioned by the Cumberland, Md., Civilian as occurring in the garden nf Mr. John G. Hoffman of That place, where two distinct and well formed apples are growing upon a grape vine, at hsalthy aa other young applet on a tree in the immediate vicinity of the vine Phil. V. S. Gazette. rwnva A FRUITFUL MOTHER. The census laker in the Western part of Scioto county, Ohio, inform the editor of the Portsmouth Ditpatch, that he visited a family in which tht mother had recently giv en birth to bar tweniitth child. Ho say it wag a tight worth beholding, to see the y oung atera running about the bouts, ranging from amall lo great, like the pipes of an jrgan. Young men can only hope to be respected by othotsVhen Ihey respect themselves. PEATH FROM EATING MATCHES. A child of Mr. F. McCormick.of thia ei ty, tw o yeart of age, died a few daya aince in consequence of eating the phosphorus from a uovo. matches, whicu the servant girl bad given him to play with. Powerful medicines were administered, and the child had appar ently recevered, but about three weeka after wards he was taken suddenly ill. A physi cian was called, who pronounced it a case of poison ; and after he had been informed of the cause, said that a particle of the phospho rus had remained in the ttomach, causing ia flimmation. Newark (A'. J.) Ado. . t It is often easier to obtain favors from tha pride, than from the charitits of men. A shrewd preacher, after an eloquent charity sermon, said to hit hearers, "I am afraid from the sympathy displayed in your counte nances, that soin of you may give too much. I caution you, therefore, that you should be just before you are generout; and with you to understand that we desire no one who can not pay his debts to put any thing ia the plate." The collection wat a rousing one. ACUMINATING BODY. The Utica Gazette learnt from a friend, rather curious in statistics, that lha parson who cleaned the Odd Fellows' Hall, after the adjournment of the Grand Lodge, collected four pails of tobacco juice from the tpitteens used by the Delegates. "- j; ., 'V