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JOURNAL AhD S10N.l22i2S
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VaHCII S5 l-itJl''c stirring events, but im)i as have "turned
ai.ir-.iirk- f r.JCrf fj. ''j I-. J ..;!
t,ittU for K lO, .1 lb. Wt tlKt CM
ft4.r for S d Uai"a .mini a
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i. ih t'niir.wiiH M Cnaif tiMN
fr orveiLS to cmibs.-Tbd .iv-rin - lint
kre rlMH Ihrnnth U MMa of MARCH. APfllt-
Mll '.-I iVnloiit.r., gr..nt'iMiA Mvnuni
nnty m r iti- 4.wriu i i. . n j
ft it:' 4 lira. fiV Tt Mhrf p'!) Pfn hf lh TH'rt
a4ftflft.n i. fnt lllMW 4'-IM . 9
0rtr4414r fro MV Knas, witb)ti MifM f live ww m- !
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Ww la KiitM.'t'. ffraiik. Cluh tnlif Itn In Itni
illtof f Ola MttktliM. iim ftr aMui f ra of
M MMf-i mill Off.
St. Louis Correspondence, j
T!:e lettsf of our St. Lotus Cbrrespondent
will be found Very interesting. Wo have affect
xl an arrangement with Oie wrilvr, by which
tb'ey will appear regularly ia our paper.., Hav
ing been long Connected, ss be is now, wilh the
tit. Louis prers.bis advantages for such a cor
respondence are yrry superior, and be will
frequently, as in this letter, place it in our power
to furnish ?ur reader wilh news in advance of
the St, Louia ppers. v" '. -'. ' "'
Another Original Story.
Jo our next, WQ, shall commence the
By i lady of MassacbuscUs, who has acquired
reputation in the East, by contributions for the
best literary newspapers and periodicals.
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1 V For Vice Pmldf t,
1 1 0 N . E D W A R D B A T E S .
" As tbe time for the meeting of our State Con
vention approaches, interest increases- in the
caeation Who are tt-.e choice of the Whigs of
Missouri for President and Vice President?-
'For the former, it may be regarded as entirely
settled tbit they will unsoimously support Mtt-
J.4SD FiiiMoac. With respect to the Vice
Presidency, there baa not been so free a dt-
a-ect expression of public opinion; but enough is
lenown of the Whig sentrment rof Missouri,
mply justify the assertion that it favors before
All ethers the norairiilicn of EDWARD BATES
ifor rice- Pftidfnt, If.nomiuatcd by our State
-Convention, and we can perceive no reason
Vhy be should not bei it is most likely that be
will obtain tlto Bomin&tion of the National Con
tention, in which event bis position and charnc-
ter will confer upon the Whig parly of, Mis-
oari, an importance they have never yet held,
"t He will add strength to any" ticket, in whose-
sosver company be may be placed by the ra
tional Convention, and, should he be elect cd:
- our party would stsnd on yet higher ground.
Jfo man' tSsoro deserves this honor than Eo-
its Bates; no man, oh account of his charac-
- Ur and eminent sen ices, would be more accepl-
abietftthc West.' Althoutrbhehas been seldam
and for btrt short periods in office, his great tal -
eiits bavo made him one , of the most conspicu
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us men,in tlietautel States., His moral char
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triolism, are fully equal to bis splendid abili -
"tics. His Ung continued, unwavering, un-
'".hriiikinjraiia pawerful ..Ivocacy ot Wl..iit
.acter, uprightness as a sUlc.raan, and ins pa
cipiea, wnen ciouas imng ovcrran4 iiariywss;;
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surrounded tbeir prospect -through all ad-
.versrty, as well as m.the hour or "Victory and,sireets, Uial-Uie, alil.c?ion had temporarily ef -
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( )rotpcruyt w-t liiin m ine ironi ranit oiuic,
.Ml m.R u.Im Awtv ll.a r.ii;i.l,l nfnl.r lr-
ty and the country, and command for bim the
esteem, ana will insure to him tbe cordial sup -
t, fori, o ine v mg pari u.roi.gncm uie c nion. .
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,;. jincptaie vouvention, ttion, owe it tojiu.;-" r , . ' . ' '
.1 w i . i i t ii- ' I Lr. 1 otts has hecn, and is dangerously sick,
souri to -Uio West,. which fcund h.m on Ilis h ere fr;g,,(f uIIy .u.and ui phyl
all occasions, and for a long period of time, a-r.icmns have piven up nil hope of restoring him
mor.g me loremosr cnampions oi its rigius ana'
interests, be having, by bis labors, while a' pri-j Presbyterian Cliurch which cannot soon be filled
Srata". Mti.m. ."oon'rilitil.-) in an ''In'uWtiinr il.lUP.,.W l'" . ' ' . . '
arm. to devale tbe tiriucinlo of Internal Im.!.. ci . : . t -it. ., . ,
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proveraents m tne good opinion oi the public,
. until great change has been wrought, and now,
4 in tU noonday splendor or Its popularity, no po-
iiuoai aspirant, oy wiiaievcr name he may mi
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.i .""' v vj.hi vFn.j . iuv wvu-
. vtntion also owes it to the Whiff party of .the!
v: whole Union', to bring bim" before the National
ConvenUon, a. Uie first dioice of tbe Whigs 47''' i P T' .T - 1 c'. ,ua?-Mi...rif,..iK--i-:
-p -i xr 1 v t A man named Blinu, by the assistance of unoth
- ior-Au . toe i residency. i e umisve er man employed in bis tsveri. or reslaiir.mt.
an4 hop tlus will be done'.' r. , '
' 2r WntSL"ASocT, Ton si- aaorr, Jumi Jim
t J Caow We understand that emus of our pro
t ... loinent Anli-Bsntou iuenbvj ist made the die
" oovery tliat sympathy for, Beaton is not objec
J "onbl iu a Democratic candidate, provided he
t is a straigliftpiit Democrat ia other respects !
t ;Tbis ' is. something pew in the Anti-Bsnloii
:.; worbl. ' YTbipped-iu by JIisiom and lUr, ''
1 t,oesa"or perhsps they are following l Uad
et tbe JVmj, yhicli, as ehartd by the J.-llrr-
on City JflfOjjOi Jfn, tbe most consistent An-ti-Beiitou'paper
iu th? Stale is o-opvalij.g
mill th ht. Ifa'l'- frtCM, m upjiorluif; a He.
ten iLlet, for tl.41 St.. Lew. .fbuter rJeciion.
... there teSi..ioar-lU,um .imd tivo-,nii-J!-i,ir
? ruhi- !,? ti. Vic ;' :.- -. n.. ,.
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"5r Mirth 23,1 -' I m" ""
f t P"! Y t?S. " r, I al&rniipt-ly pre
, to serve lip ior me uaimy pmir v yrurrcwici
wilh such spirit in the s.-uee as shall bo most
;aoe'pU.bl and tickling-.
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jtj, f merry j;nlntrli, wbitli ia VVvman l!U to-night. -The Campbell.
"wafrmf .M.." Tl; ..,m U rt tW. inucnecd lttfcUf, and ot coi.rac hm their
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era p t'.ic omounr aiTitaiiv riciiTfrcil loi
mm or. -uown-irpiKifn. iiuitrr.i , anu mere i
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rumor, v ag u Aua um enaiu. iaar . iVivvMJ l
mere in bum?, or hold by a German Company
' ber. I bnk upon this a a pleasant firlion,
iand tfT wt -frietMb" of ih Vaierlatid credit for
I projting b amo lor creditable motive r
'jUuncembe. Tl money aubscribed it much
I ., I I nat.,,.. l.u I .,.,(..1 ,
mote limi 1 Inn! CXpiKU ll. UI l. I l;itej to you
Mrore, I ne mnniu'tiaiirti m itia uvor. ma pceu
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of'iiinrv ene, 1 mean
tomw(iw lierrnrm Pitiaon anrt tli lSoiitomaii leadera.
wno'roSetoerMtepoHiiealeapiinl it or the' IJkrfq fin (Vpow A meeting . of l1'"1
J--"" wcitement upon, 'lb .wstiaa- 4 tw-jComwmV was held last Thursday tvcnu.g, to'
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v.il nna CK-parnire-was sininilfcr: not remsrka-
ble, but a li.tle singular. ' In the first instance,
tlicre was a vast amount or uniform on gunrd,
and a great waste of gunpowder, and a severe
crusbing'd pocket p'tking, and rushing up
the levee- to secure a retreat ' in a store out of
the waj of the enthusiasm of curiosity of tbe
sorerrWr.is, ntM then l unning bim hurriedly out
of the store into a carriage, and dashin off to
safe quarters in the Plan! crs' HoufC. Tlns j1 respectfully propose the name or IUri s Las
was the reception of the Magyar, Louis Kos-iTo Asntaso (sou of the Hon. Tlios. L. An-
nuii, uy inc uerin.uis ana 1
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thede.,arturewassli.rhUvtno,!irm,l !n .ivU ...l!
i. mi. anu --mm mongers, Ulllinerson. or 'it inrn.l r.w I ha nlli.-a nf I irrnl'
(!ian1na?fl rniifl. mnrn cniiti i iL A i
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It lie etm in as a lis n, l.e certainly went out
... .. ... , w -' f BIB til.- IJl VjbT 1 Will 111 C
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l kea lamo, lor, WMU the exccpJicn of the coin-
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hi 7. SiitoZhVZ"?,?, I rc1,laiu,3!cc
bLt unoaUndld? I n my o !inion, IfVrnT
inaineJ here two weeks longer, hecould have!
walked the streets without other wmarl ili.m t
wolkeJ the streets without other remark than'1'11" ,0 conspicuous. n,s grant.ather, Cot.
f h!, h"tr ;i 1,'tf Zi'- "ul,VJ" '
ot his h;!U military, Imlf civilian dress.
The Whigs w.d-. Democrats have, bold-their
ratification meetings the latter on Saturdav
night and now t!ic campaign may be s;iid to be
fairly opened. It will be a spiritless one for
uis comeaei on nil hnnas that the Will 's will
wain be- in the ascend ,nf. Of the two anti-
Bent onites, km lly (!) afforded by tbe Benloni -
nn ii,- i;i,. r' r-,11....'. -.i i
ui; on me uckci, nir. oiuurn wilhUrcw Ins
fiame, and ex-Mayor Barry (nominated for Au
ditor), once sent in his declination to the Com
mittee, but that body held on to it,' and with
that gentleman's political weakness, he has, as
we hear, consented to Ins name lor defeat.
toj?!" oi ine v.ow whicli our Irish
r.;i;n. Ii.l- rtf ,m;- t ..,:,!
oll it coaUt, for that implies a. doubt) and nf.aI1y rro,n U)ose presented in the Messenger,
the volo tbey will cast, we 'may state, that the; yesterday morning. Oui untlei standing of tk
members of the ,;Roman Catholic Temperance ! matter ir, that it was the result of an agreement
HlV S'V41' l0" lhe.T jraiLb.n St-i among several citizen of Hannibal, and gcntle
I'utrick s Day, visited the residence of Mayor .. r. ' . . . .. .
Kennett, and were received as kindly by that! . ulllTot northern Missouri,
geutleman as Lis beabh would permit. This ! without pretending lhat tho delegation had been
tribute from a body chiefly Democratic to a 'specially appointed by the cily. The object was
Whig candidate, and avowedly mid to bim in; to visit Ko..lh; and tbe invitation by Mr.
jbi official c-pacily, is sufficient for me, what
ever.itmny Lc, to ,lJiosc who are stronger
hope on tho other side or the question. .
Co). Benton's son," John 'Randolph 'Benton.
died al the residence of his father, here, mUn VU.VSS? n i
.Wednesday moruing, last. He Wat among those t,0n .PlifeS lcc"
who xectived Kossuth, imk! was aboul.cntering! Tin Jave Tint it sE. '
upon a course of studies at our College. He
n-niv.i..,.. .r. l . -..." i.i
and was the only son. He di-.l in the Catholic
faith, and service ws performed in the C. he -
jdral, immediately previous to interment. This
as tukea up by the Socialist Anti-Jesuit Ger
- i naan pper, and coiuiiieiits made on it with a
,ld inMiciilQ Uste, XLe facV how.
'- 1.4.11 ut.u m vAiiiuui-, i siraiiifc,!
; considering. th:.l bis . fatrfily is Protestant, niul!
tlie busband of bis auut, the daughter of Jes-j
prin-i?8?1 D'--l,,ho pion of PrMby.
cvcr, of bis having been a Catholic, is strsniro
jteiiaui.snv it the South-west.' Col." Benton "is
i(, hRS fcU iho UoW ,jeavi) on , .
heirless house; indeed, rumors were afloat on the
n j V, i . y3"-''. nnuj;a wej
"V.uu " " co1"11 PSHJIV 00 tlOlie UV Our
i llldl vl.tlllll HO'leavrira In rrnvli- .l
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aim of Col. Bcntons, we have too mu'ch resnect
. for his past connection with tho m .nl niml f
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, w , . u, . c u.a l c irueu regret
10 nenuu. - neiun wm cause a void in the
Ymt iniv linv li.i-.l r,f 1ia 1.,. nF i1,
-ci . vju-.uoiiB u not, i wiii ieu 'V Du mat siie was
burned at Montrose on Fridaylast, while lying
tbere ice-boim.l. She belonged to the Keokuk
Company . 'and' was insured here lor
a a.,c ' ,,:,,., . i ' . . . .
A-Cuss ot murder and ripe has just come to
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my Knowledge, uitnougii rrom the-Seeresy ob-
served in tho effort to arrest the murderer, the
' Particulars are not permitted to bo made public
succeeded in the seduction of two's iris, fids
servants we beliese by working on the'.r fsars
of discovery, lo the world of his being fonn'l
in their bed, into which -lie intruded,, under
the pretence-of monmntaj i!y hiding from some
mon who were following to arrest, him. ( Af
ter sedtieinsr them, he induced them to
Willi him lo Winnebago county, 111., near Chi
cago, whrn-e he imudered one ot tlm gijl by
poison. This wss di'seovered, and be was ar
rested by ihe Sheriff, who shot him through
the back in an attempt la esaape.,., Believing
h'm o bp very bndlyo if ij.it moi tally wounded,
tin was ' lilaoa.l umli'iv ili.i rti.r .,f u V ai 1 1 i i f i '
froni wliih iiisutlii-ieiil nplonttK ,ltn iV"trived
adroiity io.fli lj, e.uu,,e. He was trackt
here, aMMl-,4 known i . .. . r.L
nni id ii.e..Jwlfi. mi f'.l, it....:. 1
.1 . . HMI'IJ- i -Ml I'lMllt
was TotWL , u. , be tuff. ; ioT',dren.t
...,.y ,i,i. i iW rtlh ,ul is .co.iti 'ent'v
Sil')';yf't;i -tn,, .y.e.iHi.J. . '
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y -iy '. . ........ in fi.."rVf-' .i-'.Ctie. ,.) . t
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to o;.sr a decid.d opinion. IVe bav no ih..iiut
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I AINU U.NlUiN-ll
lbi J iiiiT ! anything lo U with the
queer pbejiomena, but c Jo think animal mag
net is.irTf.flt, that is tsy, animal mfljrwelism in
IPhXm ahead. I .our, present comprehen
sion trf it. . , - .. , i . ,
Miss Katharine H.ye-,'the(Swiin 'of Erin,
"wan" a Jroll namo for a vocalist'.) gava
litr f)ral concert . on Saturday nilit to a t!im
Ikjii?.' iSlio iua apdiu to-'iiight, and it l ata
tcJ to be licr limt. Tliia. wb presume, will dc
jfod ontlia t- i j I have not beard brr, but
lolrmt flivl ttlUinc. In rvron mvirl tin 1V S
uft1. If llirv pvrr rmnt venr wnv.!
take try emlorarmcnt that the v are unrqtnltat.?
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TPir JIntmlal. pdtgatim' mi AawttfA. In;
another column Hill be found tl.t apeech of our
fayor, inviting: Koftulh to viit Haunibnl, ami.
the "eply or the bitter taken from the St. I
Louis Intelligencer. Mr. FrLrs apeech ia
certainly bcoutiiully and eloquently written, ona'
crcuiiaoie in a mgii fltgrco .0 iianmoa.. , .
suite left ll AjrorPan,ze tlni'rr ''ie charter." Tliia 'evening itiiul is now called "currency,"
Hisht Ihe comtdL'snl ,,ol!,'r meelinS wiU le ,0 B,,t,rl ,hc ' iVi;h ll,c resronsil,le names ttacbed to tin
liii ta'tbem bv Mavorlmemled Constitution and By-Laws, and to elect;; "ri.l.outes, H public have a guarantee i!
fcc.,, i , , 3 . , ,, 'bey .will be retWmeil at the place cttl cd for
bcott's ' owners ami ! officers .'or lb ensuing year. All, especially ahcr racc r
rrvrrf holders, should attend this meetiv..
attend this meeting.
i lf Uttcr care no,hin
g about the lire engine,'
in. tn- l.nitv nl in'
xpectanj LoJj e.le to
how on earth can thsy expect :
do so ? .
Editor or the Jocbsal aso Usiox
Dear S!r: As A. W. Lamb, Esq., of your
cily ducliues running for the office he now holds,
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llljirncv Ilir linn llnlrirl ml S It, naiiliuv mlof -
ensuing e ee -
W; Anderson is a young msn, just entering.
. . . ' - - ' " ' v. v 1111 uill null I. IllillUlC'U UI
II" pr'"on as a lawyer-a finely trained anJ. two thousand," of such shall get into circulation,
" T' th" ' brokers und elsewhere may demand a deep!
of -recc d t't for which b' jCr shave.
father is so conspicuous. His erandfather, Col.
j , . . ... u. u.,v..cl, 1Urimcoll is 0r known S0lVency and high standing,
hi, eaa .nd oaiiur inlnta n. a U,-rn,l
1 hu rnml,n hid.nmrfv m-i-i.Sn'l.!.
tal inheritance. '
This call is not a puff nor a compliment, but
if Mr., Anderson will consent lo make bis dt-
M for lhii oflce he al b, ' x M , CQr.
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i dially supported by a
MULTITUDE OF VOTERS.
IlAMxiaAT. DLi:aATioi.- Our views of the
, course of Mr. Si luls. and tlm otlior irentlemen
j ,v10-,nvi(8d Kos5u(h lo fh;B
jvussuiu io uiib ciiy, oilier maieri-
SixMts, yitl conlere form, for he well knew,
when I'cfclmnt w!,,al il would no1 be occejiled.
Two Vripple'cap"? "annibal and New Lon-
...j.thefust thio ' , ...
Decn rf' health v the- A. S. RooAiirm, nnd will
1 Le I,e"trr9,he u'e of AP1'il- II coulJ
1 llt be iniBjl.i bsnJs. His - enterpriso in
whatever he takes hold of is well known.
Hank Road (o Mtico.
Onthtf first 'Monday in April, a meeting
-n I i 11 . t ' , ' '
Wl11 be I,c ?. at -ew Lo,it'on' to arrange measures
fur Pxtending tho Hannibal and New London
Plank Road w Mexico, -
l"ui the Htnr.ibal Journal.
t" To place the Liberty Eire Company beyond
sment, it is necessary that some move
ment should be made lo raise funds. These of
the undersigned who beard the Concert last
week on .Wednesday evening, at tho Second
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l'reshvtenali Church, and those who did not
having heard it spoken of in most flattering
terms, arcconvinced that a repetition or the same
would be tho most successful method of obtain
ing the proposed object. We trust that a con-
sidention of. the object in view, one in which!
all citizen.' ore deeply intercsted,'will induce
the Amateurs who. were kind enough to assist
the Church, to aid the Company also:
T. R. Selmes.
A; B. Webb, .
A. S. Rohsvdi,
Thos. S. Aliller,
A. L. Shortridge,
Geo. A. I lawes, ,
J. II. Humphries,
J. C. Ogdcii.
D. F. Jackson, '
N. P. Kunkcl,
J. P. Richards,
J. C. Waugh,
' Wm. Wait, ;
he following is a copy of a Hungarian
bond, for which we are indebted to Mr. T. R.
StLMti: . .
? fl;:?i,."K'",M" '"''", i'.m in iiiii ii u iu onk i
; 1X11.1. tl(, p.inhlc .t Ik.- Niilon.i Tr.ii.urv ur .1 ;
a rlilimiM A,.i,ci .1 LoliI. ur Ntw V.ns.arlu
- ..i,.- ilir Miurii wiu.ii l iny nt,iliror ovi r fur
j I .riii,-Mn to,,,,, ii,ac t .(. ila-, navadlB in ;
..! 4iua. Hu 111., Iiih. .ui. i.ur uflrr ..id
i '""''"''.; s , u ; l- kossoth. i
vuwr..joii -Jeeves passing up Main slrrtt
iv-fii l-iil. r.l i' .'. . 't'.... l'l..
.tt. t.j- .ir-.i ..I. .y. - ana wete
Ir.v vu to St Louis. , -Their weight, ts uscer.
iululfcy.Uie city -weigbejc, was, of iko West
i!875Jbs., the rker, 2,270 lb,', ' 6 ' "
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. -r : ytr- ; HT I T)nTT
I Foi tli namnbal loumal.v.
Mr. i:i.to:v ; f T '
1 band you,' licrcwitb, lir cut
from the St. Louis IuteDijfcncrrT containing a
ipecimert of the Hictter currency," with the ed-
itora recommendat iona of it.. l'leao insert it, ,
traTiriCATt of DroiT.
Via ba.vo received to-day, in payment nf ub-
acrJjittoii, the following Certificate of l)oposit,iausic. ;Tlic voices were till excellent; the pit
beautifully engraved iu.bank nolo style: jcs selected with judgment and taste, nnd the
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GS. i A. T11REI
PAGE & BACON,
LOl'IS ft O.
Ti (atiAa Uii T.mn lltown hu drpmitrd In lliii
. THREE DOLLARS.
Puratil to brum n III Dai.klnl Uuf .if Mlf f1
, Umwr. lib rAlk.ilCO..
In the absence of sufficient banking capital in
Su, W(J o lU ,ubsUltial ,10lse w nl
', issue a hundred or two thousands of these cer.
tilieatcs of uYnosit at d thus
tion in a mcUiro at least -
root out of oireula-
tho llood of trash
i . , We learn they are redeemed tn cold ct Qu
. We l.-arn tbov .r. ro.l.mr.,l . nh) m n,.;n.
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cv, mid that hero they are taken on deposit by
Messrs. 1 ago & bacon ul 1-2 per cent, olf, or
, . fc
cashed ut same rale.
Thi Bill or ccrtificite, has produced in my
mind some reflections which I will submit:
"1st. It is a currency inten led for the Suite.
issued and put in circulation in evasion of our
2nd, It is a shinpkistcr, intended to ba shaved
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" .'i..n.i, IIIL1II,U IV M. 1UUI LU
! " lacc- -"oprweol that shave at the
j0jmKS 0f (ie rps.,Pt.aljle anil responsible house
t .r 1..1 ...
-of Messrs. Page & Bacon in St. Louis, is onlv
ono ilujf of 0!JC ,,er cen(;l.ut when "K hundred or'
3J. The excellent bouse ot Messrs P,.ffc &.!
and will undotibtcdly redeem every dollar dc-
posited with them. But when their currency
has gained credit, and such shinsplaters have
become familiar to the country, may not other
brokers likewise avail themselves of one half
of one per cent, on ready money deposited in
like manner; and if the thing is continued, how
many hundred thousand dollars may be found
in circulation and no body to redeem them. Our
State would soon.be as bad a fix as Ohio, where
nothing but shinplastcrs can be bad in exchange
for a $5 dollar gold piece.
4th. It reminds us of the guardianship of the
Bank of Missouri. That by the doirmatical
holdings of the so-called Democratic Party, lhat
UunU has. been constrained, against the better
judgment of the immediate Directors, to withhold
its aid, in tho ejection from the State, of the dir
ty, dingy and counterfeit shinplastcrs of oth
er Suites pay, to encouraire and sustnin nMi
"currency " by refusing to furnish a substitute,
and to aid in sending it home in limbo, when
found within ber borders. The Bank of Mis
souri in this matter, is the best ally an J friend of
brokers and shavers.
5lh.' The absence of sufficient bankinc capi
tal" reminds us, that under the provisions of our
Constitution we can have but one Bank, and
that the capital is limited to five millions of dol
lars; but the actual capital in tbe Bank of Mis
souri is only about two millions, upon which
she has dono business to the amount of six
millions; when, if any efforts had been used, the
capital stook could have been increased to five
millions, and sjie could have done equally as
saFca business to the amount of fifteen millions.
r . ....... ' " -- van mi u ri
ll IS IIOW universallv nilnult it llmf w. i t -., . 'J
one doubts, or can doubt that this amount of
bankingeapital in the State would have expel-
led more of the shinplastcrs from Ohio, Indiana
and Ksntujky. '
6th. By this device, wo nre reminded that the
Bank of Missouri is near the close of its political
existence; and that provision must soon be made
for its final dissolution, or its rc-chartcr. Ev
en now it is said that the Mother Bank is reti
ring 10 per cent, each six mouths of the Branch
Paper, but by what authority, and for what!
purpose, we know not. The effect will ccr
tainly not be to banish shinplasters, nor to cir
cumscribe the business of brokers.
7th. If Messrs. Page &. Bacon should, as ad
vised, issue 'a hundred or two thousand of
these certificates," and other private bankers,
as good, or not so good, should avail themselves
of the same privilege, the circulation would soon
exemplify the system of independent banking,
nS Wl'll F.I lilvulnna .,,... t
by WW. ,L . ,1.' Zl
em themselves accordingly
ii, i ,- . " I
MIi. llow the St. Louis Intelligenoer,
ingand influential Whig paper, nuibli.hed i!
nni rnm,,.w,;..i ., : . . . i
cMiiiuriuw, can recommend the
establishment of a depreciated currency, is .
........I... 1 -I - Ml.-
jiivuiu.il tic I'ailllOT so:vc. 1 B0
VtT . '- i
lYIiiir party in
Missnnri. mill i.k.u I.,,,.. :., t p i
! but never countenanced, recommended, or es
tablished, knowingly, any but a sound, convert.
, ..vr..iv.., I. Ill liivur oilman.
, ible. responsible and specie peying bank. Stroll
. lmtli.. Ill mimt.uUi,! .n..:iui .'. ,
( ...j.v.vu, lujjiim, paying a u uiy in
t bonus to tho Stale for its responsibility, and
j serving the State as a financial agent, is the
kind ol bank. Missouri W big. prefer, and will
generally support. (. jj
S. Lee & Son, it will be seen, have chann-cd
their locali y to the '-'ild Cat Corner." Their
"r i tii-tcdyp tjm'.e h.u.dsouiely. aud, as their
advertisement shows, they are prepa
'h every tbinj or the best quality j
iress, " . .'-.'..
red to f ur-
iu their bus-
X 2 TliriCONCEUT
At the Serond": rresbyterinn iUtirch, ', lait
week wa ibinly iltcndvidL Tlier wcre.Jlbrec
eburebca boMing meetings on the anme evening;
besides thia, thercwas tin impression, that the
programme would be composed fortho hiost parr,
or entirely, of selections from the ordinaryMiurch
i. i . t..U mill iitttlfiitnritlnl. wnl
pcriOTinniici-, win ?t'viii mum
i unusually kilfnl. '
f We have never heard anything more sweetly
suiijj than There's many a Hose;' I wamltred
jhv the l)rook-ule bad much beauty ana touch
ting pathos; 'EPluribus Unum,' 'Tread Lightly,'
'and, indeed, nil the pieces, wcro excellent se
lections. 'The Indian Drum' was particularly
admired for il alining melody. .
We imagine, from the opinions we bear very
generally expressed, that if the Amateurs could
be nrcvailed on to eive anotlier concert, il would
i,e fuiv attended.
The beautiful 'Selections from Rossini s Op
era Trios,' on three flutes, was something unu
sual, and though apparently extremely difficult',
was performed in a stylo to produco a very fine
'Sweet Home,' on the Piano and thresi flutes,
was very diflcrent from and superior to the
. f .1,.. i,i
Ti, .g.istance 0f Mr, Br a c
i ... , , ., lf,
quiaite performance of llie 'L
. ..,, .
pREj in ins ex
quisite performance of t lie 'Cuckoo Solo,' on
thn violin, nnd of Mr, Hoi Tient.c" 'Med
-lies' on the piano and violin, ought by no means
i to puss uaiiuiice 1.
j Business is brightening ; spring goods arc be-
ginning to arrive, composed of excellent assort-
. i i i...: .
mens, anu new csiauus.imcnis ore ou.ng
pened.' Among the latter will be a complete
!sorlment of Dry Goods and Groceries, bv
- & ABMSTaoSc,at their store, in ' Com
. " ' T I
mercial Row," where they will be ready to ac
' commute th. universal Jublie some time next
week. J am is P. Kavsvax .will also be on
hd ' ,!ic C1" few days, well prepared
1 to ,liril"i" t!' rcol'lc with goods of every varie-
ty and to any extent they cr.n ask for. Among Ohio, as applicable to oilier seotionsj as well as
Uis older establishments, we notice that the peo- j Ohio. Commenting upon some resolutions for
ple's old acquaintance, T, R. Sllmes, is recei-' warded to him by the Democratic Legislature
viug his spring goods, and that Colli js &t of Ohio, asking appropriations from . the Gen-
Bhced, another old acquaintance of that
same public, have recieved a portion of their
spiing stock part of which are Berages, Lawns,
Jackoncts, &.C., of such exquisite patterns as
must fully satisfy your fancy for tbe beautiful.
It has been a subject of complaint that fine
goods could not be obtained in Hannibal : and
that we must go to Palmyra for them l now they
can be obtained in this city j they are at Col-
L11I & BttEE
.n's, and some ladies who should
- al 1 1 a. II
... w....iv,.1,.v,u.c...u,c .UIUU.U1IIC
jjcriiges ai me c.ioraicu house ol KoruraroHD they propose that we can make the sec
& Day. in St. Louis ; and that there is now no' 01ul l ,uc'1 Congressional acts, as
necessity for buying in that city what may be!U,1e-' llcsir? w,cre unoonatitutional in 1830, by
purchased as cheap, or cheaper, in Hannibal.-1 n '"' J"'00 ? W tomnntn f riend, of th.
L. , . r ' . , 1 Ohio Legislature make ihem constitutional now?
fhej have very fine silk tissues. Their call-. Has tha Constitution been amended? Or do
cos of beautiful patterns, a large and tastefully j they desire the Ohio delegation in this body lo
vsried assortment, and cheap. Somo very hand-' ,wcar ,0 "TP01"1 that instrument, and then vio-
some goods for quilt s, and so forth and so on--! x'r(e ll Prv u.ion,l lnt,rcly accoinmod .te them?
i ,.,-i.. . , , ,. liNo, Air. Chairman: these Democrats bv tbesn
clear through, their selection of goods is crcd t-' r ' iv... .i..' ,),,. ' . y , 9
., " m ' -j . ' r.e,olvts ,how that they were wrong in nban
ab.e to our city. Their goods are going off fast Uoiung their ancient policy, and that their on.
belter call on tliem soon. j laments liave been right iu upholdidg it. Yet
. . I they have not the magnanimity to avow it, lest,
J3" We arc under obligations to Hon. Hen-: it might work to tho disadvantage of the pavty
by S. Gevkb, for a copy of his speech in the Mr. Chairman, I shall Uke great pleeuro in
Senate, on the 24th and 25lh ult., on the Iowa ' I1'040, ""Pvcracnts, believi.ui them
railroad land bill , called for by die best interest, 1 cou.w
ra.h-oad ani bit . try; but not b:cause the men n jW temporarily
O"vlso to Hon. Lewis D. CiMrntLL, of. in power in my State who have warred for
Ohio, for a copy of his speech in the House Qf twenty years against. tho policy they now advo
Representativcs, on Presidential Platforms, In-',f e r"tuest . I am willing to have the
ternal Improvements, &c., &c. Kmr!l- R.ra.wi!lin? ,a
will, without doubt. ra,t hr ,lro.nr-.t .. ... I
the Whig candidate for the Presideucy; and inl!" Benllc'ne 'hat in the approaching election
tnc National Convention her voice will proba-!''",0'10" na11 reverberate over every bill ami
be in favor of Mr. Webster. 'ley, of' great basiu of the Mississippi.--
. ... . V. . 1 s tutu ior i
O-Our friend, who Kave the concert last!.
Wednesday evening, in tke second Presbyterian
thurch, request us to return their thankstnATr
! DiAi rx c and Mr. iuLsirui n far H a;,.
- . , . . .vs H1VII UD1B i
. We are under obligations to Hon. G. Porter
for valuable papers and documents. .
The Kail road Kill.
The following from the telegraphic dispatc!!'0"'','". la"3''' anJ. discouraged in the time
es at the M. papers is intere.ti , hough for ti.L V ZlZX
noha, been entertained about the success class ticU.s aro dispose" of f tho ext ai
of our rauroad hills- in the Senate. Their sue-' weeks; and so great is the demand,. that specu
ceis will doubtless be secured in the House, al-j - 7 Pfrate to a greater extent in tickets than
so, by a combination which has been agreed up-' JSeracmUlal0" renl J,IU,y Liud
on by all the railroad men, represent tlie iu- LMLwecL'.. ar..r .i. ..:..i.'i. . . .
terests of Missouri, Iowa. Alabama, Ark.H.sas,
ff . .' " ""'f '
" ui uicir on ponems to terms, who are ask.
ing favors. Among the rest, New York wants
tho aid of lha Government for the
n ""ITZ ' ',e
I,,.,.. . r - ,i t, . .
j1"' f" the R"k?t . "'J
., ,..vm. ...uie ui ult uiiriv inem -
V " " "" Jav-7 AUIil g
Sr.,. nr. Sl.it.u r....
m .-.l. i-'llliiua, liuill iuv llllllimi ll
of Conference on bounty land bill made a report.
lhe chair decided that the bill was yet with tlie
if I .1 i i , .
umisu, uu.ii inereiore couiu not bo acted on.
The Iowa railroad bill was taken II n .rut
!( I., ll . .
lho special order was postponed,' an J the
Mnsouri lana, bill was taken up and amended
sons to conform to the Iowa bill, and ordered
to be engrossed; il provides for two roatfs, one
from Hannibal lo St. Joseph, two hundred miles,
and the other two hundred und twenty alter
nate sections of four miles on each- side of said
roads are granted to the State,
Mr Borland moved tho Arkansas bill- agreed
to. 1 lie bid wns amended and ordered to be cn-
glOSSeil. . : , .. ..
Mr. Rush moved to take up (he Alaliauw
land biUagreed to. Bill amended and ordered
to be tivjrnsfiA, . ' -',..
,LJU,. ". JB-'-'J-J1..'!'
Gooofi Mr.C4jf hftj of Ohio, todc tTier
following resolute position,' at the close of hit
reccht speech in th U, 6. House of Rejrescn
tatives. Wa hope otTicr Vestcrn men wll take
a?iikesidr WrTiayeTi; "MrT Cabjjl.cll .
tells us-'ten million pt) perio!ia yttcy
of the Mississippi, and a commerce of $300,
VCO.OOOinriually; of the $50,000,000 which '
aia annually spent in the administration of the
Gcnaral Government, we pry one-half ; yet, if
a dollar or an acre of land is asked for Western
irrrov"cmchlsft 'greatcTiirnor Is raised about
partiality to the-Westj . Trior to the' year 1818,
AGO steamers were 3stroye3, ami J29 Uvea...
lost, by disasters ?on the Mississippi .river and
its tributaries. Yet liioso who refused appro
priations to protect )ifc nd property on these
waters, could vote forty or fifty thousand dol.
lsrs to print a book on bugs! and money must be
spent to light "Homes' Hole," for the cpnveni.
coco of soma Yankee catcher' of Codfish :
. I make no threats, but I take my (stand and
wish it to be distinctly understood that until th
rights of the inland commercial inlcrest arc rev
cognized in seme substantial act by Congress, 1
will never cast my vote for nn appropriation of
money enough to buy u single pint of oil oralu-'
eifer match to make, a light on the coast from 1
the northeast corner of M.iitm to the Builize'.
Until the mighty rivers of the West, and tha
great lakes ol the ISorth, nml (he lives end pro
perty , of our enterprising ncoplo shall be re
gurded o worthy. of national vttcnlion and care,
I will do till in my power to suspend every im
provement on the sta-bonrd. And such, let
mo sny, is the feeling which is r.ipidiy spread
ing all over the land, and which will ere long
display itself in the halls of bgislulion with a .
power that will enforce its just demands. '
Trvittts Sale of Two Lois. See advertise-
mcnt. ' ' i - '" ; -
Twitchdl A' Jllogridge. We refer our readers
to the card of Messrs. Twitchcll & Co., of Nw ,
Orleans, and Messrs. Twitchsll&Mogridge,of
St. Louis. ' ,
Vhlc ''Xliiliuler. ' ' '
.We placs before our readers the following
extract from the epeech of Mr. Campbell, of .
end Government, for certain improvements in
that Stale, he says:
Now, Mr. Chairman, I have great respect,
personally, for the Governor ol my State, as
for the Democratic members of lhat Legislature;
but very bale respect for their , political opin
ions. I hey arc die same men who. durimr th..
ihninisiraiions of, Cuncral Jiickjon, .Mr. Vi.n
I Burcn, and .vlr. Polk, charged that suc'i
PrJl wcre violation of the Constituiion
! il. T. . Tu "T HFuU w" m& '
I ' "w
iviciauwii oi ine ivor.siuuiiuii, nosv, without
, n ininngement. of. that instrument, do
' "i'iB.ii,pi vaney, nnu uie
De.nocre.cy of the whole Union -aid us in car-
Jingliilo cilcctthis great Whig system: buf.
not enme in now to use it for the purposes of
their liartv.- That. "ilm,,.l...' :. ...... .1 1
V" -!e.0k lo. PPropri.te it
! U UXi
' 'rust, he will be arraitmeil Urr il,- k.. p
i , . . . o - u . . v.
' publ:o opimon. : . , .
CAiiroRMANS.A New Yark ebrrwpond
ent of the St, I.ouis Intelligencer says:
The city is so full ot Califoruians, that tome
have rcturted to. l,cir homes. di.anrw.ini.,1
. i i . . . . . .
j in buying two dttrugs tickets, at fifl awl.
ttaij iiullan premium iust n. il. .('-
gm sailed, Jor young men who were f?lad to ko.
at any price. Tbu stemn... r: :?.
-... 'i i.. 7 ..." -.-v"" swia
nuiiuicu ncrsons out. ii. r,.T
nodution of only half
;"" - ""1"
. ... f Ccri,omlece a IrMyt tSoaJ - --
. - -Vw Yobb, March It), !Sb2. .
The rresideatial CampaigrwGo CobU at
lummuny Hall. : , .; -, ,.. '
The usual political excitement fnoi.l.nt upon
he opening of a Presi-I,.(ia! contest ie rapid Iv
bring manifwled in .this city.' Last mght tho
old men in t )'lugnnU iod t.minK J
Broadway Ho.P, ,lm dpt(l rt.solulion,
t was inexpedient to take'imy action in tegard
to any of tho whig ctudidates' "- t T
Tim Democrats had a special rtleting
as evening, Tammany flull. and conHuded
wun a sunuer and i-lm mK,mk. Tl, II.... rr
.11' I I -...i.e... in. liuu,0-n'.
eti.t,u.ib was present and gave an account of tho
prosn-ou of tfW Dvnocrafy-iit-tlm smnrvniow
fllr. Lobb'wai particularly sevese, in his'speech.
on accesAiinist. and Frecsollers. The authori.
ieshav,tBnderedGov.;C,bb tho use of tho
. ".. m; wr.iii) to recei vo
a 1 tr le iv.
'.TzrsfTrrrKzvmamin-mmxmtmi -v-y. , m
t- av-iwii-b-.- f "f -i v-4,v-f--r,---ir-pt-; - "im tY u$vp.:-'Tt':Kf-n,mym