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You will please insert tlis following notice,
the new arrangement will commence next Mon
day. XZW AEKANOIKEHT.
We notice the Keokuk Paoket company, have
made en arrangement, to have the Die Vernon
and Jeannfe Deans make three trips a week
ach. Die passing up every Tueiday, Thura
day and Saturday morning, and returning down
The Jeannie, will pan up every Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday morning. Returning down
every Wednesday and Friduy evening, and
Monday morning. No boat down on Sun
day. Yours 8tc.
MILLER & PQGUE, AgenU.
We acknowledge the receipt of a GOLD
DOLLAR from Mr. Famm Glasscock,
whose Marriage was published in lo-dny's
weekly. It shows a proper appreciation of the
fact that printer's services are worth paying
For tht Hannibal Journal.
For the benefit of those who, like myself,
travel but little, and are consequently ignorant
of the great improvements which have taken
place lately, especially in our large cities, I pro
pose to relate the following incident.
During a recent trip, I did myself the honor
te secure a room at the far-famed "Planter's
.House," in the city of St. Louis.
Desiring to inquire for a friend, whom I ex
pected to meet at this house, I stepped into
the apartment in which the Proprietor or his
deputy is commonly to be found, and seeing
several Gentlemen, who, I supposed were prob.
ably the Proprietors, I inquired of one, if "the
Bar Keeper" was in?
- The man gave me a scrutinizing glance, ar.d,
pointing to the floor beneath uur feet, indignant
ly replied "I tuppote the Bar Keeper it below
then, sir If you mean the Clebk, he will be
in the errici. alter while."
Of course, I did not interrogate the gentleman
further; but waited patiently for the cli nit.
Musing, meantime, upon the criminal ignor
ance and presumption which prompted me to
perpetrate such a gross violation of Fashionable
metropolitan hotel technology, as to substitute
Bar Kttper and Bar Room for Clxbk. and or
ricr. Now, our best Hotels in Hannibal have each
a room which is culled "the liar Room" and the
- polite and accommodating dignitary who pre
sides therein, is usually denominated "the Bar
Keeper" Those rooms are kept and those offi
cials demean themselves, in a manner which is
agreeable to the most respectable travelers, and
honorable to the proprietors, but what there is
associated with the "Bar Room" of the Planter'
Jloutt which should construe an inquiry for 'the
Bar Keeper' into an insult ; or justify an inde
torout respontt, to what was intended to be a
civil question, I am at a loss to divine. Of one
thing I am certain, I do not intend, voluntarily
to subject myself to a repetition of the indigni
tyand I would advise my friends to be upon
their Fa and Q's, and endeavor to be posted up
in Hotel nomenclature before they conclude
to 'put up' at the "Planter's House.'
STEAMER JZAHNI7 BEANS,
J. Brown, Master,
Dallvtrtd at Hannibal, ea hor 19th trip up,
Thur.uay, May 19lh, 1S53,
M.rxedX-23 Kfj Nails.
4. jl Cis hardware, 1 box scale, 6 bundles
shovels, I bundle cradle fingers, 1 bundle
snsthts. I bundle wood saws.
CHARLES CONRAD 3 barrels ale.
COLEMAN fc BKO. 8 C.ses bools and shoes, 3
rases merchandise, 1 box merchandise, I bale sheetings,
1 band box, I bundle uroWiUs, 1 bale musquito bars,
I case tnerchnai, 1 minor.
B. L QUAltLES 1 Box Drugs, I box almonds, I
box filberts, I box pecans, -J boxes canity, 4 drums fis,
3 boxes herring, 3 bundles Irad, 3 bags shot.
TOM MILLKK. 400 Bags salt.
B.C. DAVIS Sundries. ( See B. L. )
L. B. fc CO. 2 Boxes claret, I nest tubs, 3 bales
baits, 3 boxes candy, 2 boxes lemon syrup, 9 bags shot,
V drums ngs, Dags coiion ),
box candy, I bag marbles.
P. J. SOWERS. 3 Barrels sugar, I bag coffee, 1 kit
HaU barrel molasses, 1 half barrel Gib, I kit
T. R. ELMES. 25 Barrels fih.
MILLER fc POGUE. e Boxes merchandise.
Aoattatioh or CoMpatsstD Aia TO Stbmt
Cabbiaoes. The Paris correspondent t the
New York Times has the following interesting
The Presse says that it has seen upon the
rkimni Klvsees. a carriage containing two t,-
aons, proceed for tweny minutes, the lull speed
. of a kerse, by means of a cylinder of compressed
ir, of so small a volume thut you might put it
in your pocket. The inventor thinks he lu-s
obtained a practical plan or utilizing compressed
air, and has discovered a means of compressing
It, at a merely nominal cost. A paper on the
subject has been read to the Aoademy of Sci
noes. M. Julienne proposes to aJapt the prin
ciple to carriages and street vehicles inertly, to
-which it may be applied with immense economy
and perfect safety. With a small cylinder, a
party of two or three may take an airing at the
Jjois de Boulogne at any rate of speed from a
walk up to a gallop. An after uoou's ride will
-cost perhaps a franc You will have no hay or
' oat bill to py. nor any coachman to remember,
, tor you will do your own steering. Depots ef
cylinders will be established in all quarters of
- . Paris; you will purchase one or two, and when
exhausted of air. you will send them to be re
newed. A very slight alteration in the present
style of carriages is required to adapt the new
principle to them. U would not be expensive
cea to build new ones, owing to their simpli-
j Advance; if not
PUBLISHED BY O.
city. M. Julienne does not make publio the
menus by which he concentrates the air, and it
will be safe to wait till we r ut hfv.r.
Relieve. Immense sums have been expended
experiments upon me compression or air,
during the hit tweuty years, but no practicable
results have ever been obtained.
A Smart April TmI
Among the miny attempts to play oflf
practical jokes upon the first of April, that
ol a lady, at one of the boarding houses
of our city, is the best we have ever heard
of. It was this i She procured from the
marble-yard several pieces of beautiful
white marble, and bteaking them up into
nice lumps, put them into the sugar-bowls.
The counterfeit was complete no unsus
pecting persons could have detected the
fraud. Soon supper was ready the tea
was poured and the sugar bowls passed
around t';e table nobody' ten was sweet
enough, and the su.ir refused positively to
melt. They ground their spoons against ii,
nilrl etirrnil o nd elin-&l nrn:n L . .
...... .......... u ,, u .iii.iiu tigum, uui ii was no
go. The sugar proved to be marble, and
they, for once, proved to be AdhI Fool.
Attemftcd Suicide. A man who gave his
name as John Kossuth, with his leg dreadfully
cut, which he had indicted with a pair of scissors
under the influence of liuuor. lie was a tailor
by trade, and lived on Second street, near Cher
Ir. the following, from the Cincinnati
Times of the 2Sth ult., "Moderation," who
figures in the Courier of this morning, will
find some sentiments expressed in relation
to the liberty of speech which will be in
teresting, and we hope instructive to him :
THX XATOK VI TEX fEOPLI.
SXKI.DAKEn REO.IESTKD TO RESIGN
At seven o'clock, last night, every ave
nue leading to the Mechanics' Institute was
thronged by the populace, and in a half
hour the capacious area of Greenwood
Hall was filled to its utmost capacity by a
r..Qn,..l,l -,1 ,.. k... i,:i.i :.i:
nunl concourse of citizens, who had assem
, ' ""VT"
bled, on a short notice, to express their
feeling at the course pursued by Mayor
Snelbaker, on Sunday morning last, in pre
venting Mr. Jvn ll.j nd, the street preacher,
from speaking in Fifth street Market Space.
Mr. J. b. Weathei by was elected Presi
dent, and Dr. II. S. Newton, Dr. A. Whip
ple, Mr. John Whetstone, and Mr. John
Forbus, Vice Presidents. George Stack,
house and A. W. Armstrong were appoint
On motion, the following gentlemen
were appointed a Committee to draft reso
lutions expressive of the sense of meeting:
John S. Nixon, O. Aldrich, Dr. Armstrong,
Nathaniel Barllet, and S. B. W. McLean.
In the absence of the committee, Andy
Giflin, Esq., ex-president of the late City
Council, being loudly called for, took the
stand. He said that he had not come to
the meeting to make a speech, but with the
same feeling that filled the breast of every
one present, a leelmg of deep indignation.
tv lien me Liberty oi tne rress or ot speecit
is trampled on a free people should arise.
It was for thin sacred principle that our
forefathers bled and died, and we will nut
see it dishonored with impunity. What
bringt this immense concourse here? A
free American citizen has been put down
by the Pope of Home or his confedrates?
This is no new liimg; it was determined
on at Baltimore, a yearngo, by Catholic
Priests and Jesuits, and I warn you, fellow
citizens, against the machinations of that
party. I am no public speaker, but I fell
it a duty to give you my sentiments on
this question. I am opposed to Popery
and Jesuitism, and will ba while 1 live.
Mr. Giffin's remarks were frequently in
terrupted with vociferous cheering, and a
loud huzza when he closed, showed that
his sentiments were unanimously approved.
A call was next made lor Spooner, de
signed, no doubt, for the Judge, but he not
appearing, his brother, Thomas Spooner,
hardware merchant on Mam street, took
the rostrum. He said he might not be the
man called for, but having the tame name,
and being an American citizen, he would
resjond to" the call. The sacied right of
rree Speech had been invaded by our chief
municipal oflicer, and ho should be reques
ted to surrender his authority to the people,
from whom he received it. (Great cheer
ing.) He dwelt at somn length on the
rights of American citizens, in a truin oi
patriotic eloquence thut brought forth im
mense applause from the multitude, and
closed by urging Republicans, thut while
they claimed their own rights, to forbear en
croaching upon those of others.
Mr. Handy, late candidate for Prosecuting
Attorney in the Police Court, wus called out.
He said he had ci me up, as all had done, to
merely be an auditor. This is not the first time
my voice bus been raised on this or a kindred
topic. If there it unything an American citizen
holds more dear than another, it is free speech.
This is the first lime a man in this Republio ha
been officially sihrnced while spelling hi sen
timents. All political parties hold the right of
Free Speech as sacred. And who is this that
dares attack il? Not the Democratic party
though the Mayor was elected by its votes.
The attack is made by an agent,-who i acting
by an under influence which is taking him out of
the ranks. Hi present supporters arc chiefly
foreigners, whom we have takeu to our bosom,
paid within Six Months,
CLEMENS, ON HILL STREET, NEAR
HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY
and who would now inflict a deathly ating. We
have the right to assemble to discuss religious
or civil topics, and he who dares invade such
right, will be held responsible. Mr. Handy
am ue uiu not Know Air. Kirkland, the gentle
man upon whom this outrage was personally
committed, nor did he desire narticulnrlv to
know him, for it is the principle involved for
which we arc centending, and for which we
will ever war.
Rev. Mr. Treat! v. nastor of ilia Assnciat
Reformed church, on Sixth street. ( Presbvleri-
was iouuiy called lor ana vncilerously ap
plauded on taking the stand. He commenced
by remarking that he was placed in peculiar cir
cumstances; he had not expected to be called on.
otherwise he should probably have remained at
nome. uut being called out lie felt that he
would be recreant to his dutv as a minister of
the gospel and an American citizen if he held
i tongue. The right winch has been denied a
free citizen is a sacred principle of nature, and
was established in this country by our fathers.
You might as well emigrate to Austria as be
subservient to this newlv-exercised power.
The excitement that he witnessed he considered
had its origin in the recent city eleotion,and had
been fanned into a flame by circumstances sines
transpiring. Many f his audience, he thought,
lud not duly estimated the vast interests involved
in that election, or its result would have been
widely different. He was sure that the people
had they known Mr. Snclbnker as the man he
hud just proven himself to be, would have repu
diated him as a vile thing, civilly, socially and
politically. The question comes up shall we
sneak otr sentiments on all proper occasions, re
gardless of politico-religious assumptions cf
power, or shall we have them rammed down our
throats? He did not know anything about Mr.
Kirkland, and it was not important to know who
or what Mr. K. was, or where he came from; it
was suflicient to know that the liberties of the
people had been stabbed through him. This is
a Upas tree; if you do not cut it down now, it
win spread far and wide, and take deep hold.
Will you eradicate it? (a voice '-yes, we
will tear it up by the roots. ) That is the way
to do it, said the Rev. gentleman, but not by
1 lie clergy of the land ask a fair field and no
favor. Challenges were standing in various
journals of the land, but they were not accept
ed. Dr. Rice's proposition of a few weeks
sinco will not be accepted. Bishop Purcell
took one erroneous step in this matter, soma
years since, and lie will never take another.
Th- r.-..i..n i not one of nli-ion simnlv. but
or. civn rignis, wnicn as Americans we arc
boun I to maintain, not in physical force, I pray
ynu, but in peace. We have the right to speak,
and he who interferes is tlio riotous man, the
man who must be suppressed, and upon whom
must rest all the responsibility of resulting con
sequences. Sunday before last our Mavor looked
upon Air. Kirkland as a pigmy, but in one
short week he has grown to be a perfect
giant ! Wonderful man 1 Wonderful Mr.
Snelbaker! So he sent him a polite note
(to its King's English he would not refer
laughter), telling him he must not speak,
and the consequence you ail know.
Mr. Snelbaker had a great regard for the
Sabbat Ii, but the noise of half a dozen
juandsof music, and five thousand Catholics
marchiiic in the street on that day was not
sacrilege in his official eyes. Nay, but
those live thousand stalwart men were
projected in their doings by the whole po
lice force of the city. It amounted to this :
Provided you are heided by a Catholic
Bishop you have a right to march where
lyou please on Sunday, or any other day ;
but don t go to ucclaiming against Catho-1
lies in the market spaces, or you will be
pulled down by the uuthoritesl
The speaker said that he was informed
Mr. Kirkland is determined to speak again
on next Sunday, and thousands say he shall
speak, and if the Mayor with his police
force attempts to put him down what
then? (Shouts of kill him off! Kill the
scoundrels !) No, brothers, friends, fellow
citizens, I protest, against that. Don't kill
them ; there is a belter wuy than that it
is to impeach the Mayor. Stand bv the
laws of your country, and make him yield
to them. There is a law to reach the Sena
tors of the United States, or the President,
and impeach them ; and it is a pretty thing
if there is no iaw to leach so contemptible
a thing as the Mayoi of Cincinnati.
We have here a pretlv state of things,
and how did it all originate ? By an uuiust
claim of the Roman hierarchy. They ask
their share of the school fund. 1 hey have
made objections to our schools merely as
an excuse. 1 he asked the introduction ot
the Douay Bible, and when it was granted
they were disappointed. They wanted to
be persecuted, and gel a grab at the public
treasury, i hey do not want only the taxes
they pay, but their ratio in regard to num
ber of children. How is it with the poor
fund. They pay one-tenth an I Vrotntaritt get
one-tenth f They think because they have
itall their own way in Austria, Fiance,
Spain and Italy, they can "come il" here
too; but they will fiad they have "waked
up tlie wrong passenger."
The Ilov. gentleman, in conclusion, allu
led to a Pope havinrr once put his foot
upon the neck of a King! That religion
'rttirer changes. Will you cllow the
Pope to put his loot on your necks ? I be
lieve he now has i; on Mayor Snlbaker's.
The whole speech of Mr. Prestley was
received with great applause almost every
sentence finding an echo in the great heart
of the muss there assembled,
Mr. Prestley returned to Urn stand and
stated that he had been requested to ask
leave of the meeting in legard to Mr. Snet
baker's course, and pul the question la this
One Dollar and Fifty. Cents j
MAIN, A FEW DOORS 'WEST OF
MORNING, MAY 26,
"All who desire the Mayor to resign will
One unanimous and deafening MAye
. il.. Ti,,.
-7-"r ' . 1 X, 7 ' L
ul siiiio nil wis uiacicu
ror i mo
ment the hall was still os death, and the
mass seeing the sentiment a universal one
sent up a huzza that was heard for squares
The reverend Mr. Qumuy, pastor the
1st Universalist Chuih. bein? observed, in
the Hall, D vociferous call was made for him
to take the rostrum. Mi. Q. came forward
and Rddressed the audience. He remarked
that he was not .'ike the man who
fn i if ii i uipn inrr.i nm man t no f nni ij n t ui
-j,... ..b ....... ..... n.v. uwt
what to say. Now, lellow citizens, with
the help of God, I shall ever have some
thing to say when the liberties of my coun-
try are invaded. With all my heart I soy
Awn to every sentence of Mr.' PieRtley,,ay morning, at 9 o clock, to hear the Rev. Mr.
(Amen was taken up by the muhitude and, K'rkland finish the speech in which he was in
resounded 1oo throughout the II til). We! 'erupted by the Mayor on Sunday lust.
mint nut n .inn in ,,.,.). niR..si
ia il... r U.....I.-. 'p. ir
AA rw.t L , ,u r .1 r
...... w. u"iiii.i Hi-'iiiiim. 1 llv
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Cincinnati, but he is f.n.l.ng it out, arid will
be better nccquamted with il before long
acquainted with to his sorrow. There was
too much political corruption and schem-
ing the will of the people was often de-
leated bv it. Mv re iymn is not Rnmnni'leiiry I., fepencer. Uiarl-.s lliomas, James
Catholic 1 believe in allowing every rnaniBrdlrd, Jacob Ernst, Henry Speer, Nathaniel
to worshiD nccordinir to the dictate, of hiJ W"R'. John Cordeman, Samuel R , Neill, Hen-
own conscience. If our liberties are Inva
ded let us resist. We should not resist bv
force, but lepudiate unfaithful servants at
the ballot-box. Mr. Q. said that if you
would have our country ever eninv lone
days of blessedness, and the sun to shine
down on the faces of freemen, you must
educate the people, for it was genera! edu
cation that reared the majestic
our national temple of clory.
must preserve them from crumbling to
In conclusion he said, let us look at this mat
ter calmly calmly as the circumstances will
admit; but let us act manfully, and art at the
The committee on resolutions having return
ed, the following were read, aud unanimously
wHm, The rieht of the people to assem
ble in the public market places or streets, to
consult upon public affairs, or the right of any
individual to speak or preach in the publio pla
ces in our city, has not been questioned, but al
ways considered and believed to accord with
the principles of genuine republicanism,
Whereas, D. T. Snelbaker, Mayor of the city.
supported by a large body of the police, did, on
Sunday morning last, under the pretext of quel
ling or preventing a riot, peremlorily stop the
Rev. Mr. Kirkland from speaking, whiht ad
dressing a large number of people, who were
peaceably listening to his address. 1 here
fore. Resolved, That the Mayor of this city did,
on that occasion, transcend his authority, that
his conduct was calculated to cause the mis
chief he wished to prevent viz: a not, or
resort to self-defence against presumptuous of-
. . . ait v'
Resolved, That the
Police, some of them at
iciiai. uv una LvrMiuiicai courie in nnvfm iiik
. f. ... , ., r----
, ,7 " ,!,"PPU"1 " " "J;'"5 PeP'' Pre,:fver can receive a sufficient reward for this base
enl at the official acts of the Mayor, showed Li: s.: s i t i i j.. i.- u.
.1 , . . . t i i-
their promptness to ao their master bidding,
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particularly in crushing freedom and elevating.
Resolved, That at a freeman we claim that it
is the right, aye, the duty of every individual,
to express his convictions of the acts and ten
dencies of any public society, institution or sect,
be it benevolent, political or religious.
Kesolved, I hut we believe it to be the sa
cred duty of every American to become acquaint
ed with the teachings and acts of every religious
denomination, be they good or evil, and judge of
tnem by ilia standard which they themselves
Resolved, That in view of the premises, Mr.
D. T. Snelbaker be requested to resign his of
fice as Mayor.
Resolved, That this meeting is in
sustaining anv person who desire to address
the people in our market .paces, on any topic!
of public interest and concern
Kesolved, That we, as American citizens,
will oppose the attempts of any religious body
to incorporate their power or influence into that
of the Government either local or general.
Loud and frequent calls having been made dur
ing the evening, for James D. Taylor, Editor of
the Times, Dr. R. S. Newton, Professor in the
Eclectic Medical College, arose and informed
ihe people that Mr. Taylcr was not present.
He said that while he was up he would remark
that much had been said about managing this
matter right, and ho hoped it would be managed
right, lie wished all to remember the advice
1 the Ueneral in the revolutionary war, who
told his men to trust in Providence, but be sure
to keep their powder dry. He hoped, howev
er, there would be no occasion for looking ta
powder. It was the opinion of the warmest
friends of (he present Mayer, that he has be
trayed his trust, and hoped that Mr. S. would
have the manhood to resign, but he fcareJ he
would not. It was his great desire that there
should be no violence; but he would warrant if
suoh a meeting as that, assembled on Fifth
street next Sunday, that ueither the Mayor, the
liishop, the Pope, nor the Devil with all hi
hosts, could disperse them, or prevent them
from saying what they pleased. He doubted
whether the Bishop wus a citizen of this coun
try. Did not believe that perienage had 'ever
taken the oath of allegiance to this government,
. H..SI- j.r-s. .i... k. T..1.1L ii
if ha did take it. '
Mr. Reed, editor of the Atlas, next took the
stand, and as lher was considerable "noise sod
confusion" just then arising for a desire to vote
on tU resolutions, Mr. Rcelasked if he should appointed Dun.erats in Uicif floe,
send for the Mayor to keep Chew quiet. a at The experlmnt of hot-air engine for octun
moment, there was breathless silence! He sta-Whip is pronounced, a dead failure, '
if not paid .. within Twelve
ted that there was but one idea which he wish
ed to urge npon the meeting, that was, the eyes
pjorin continent were upon this city, mat tne
I prayers or ell tne good were tunica lie-., aim
'ithat these petitions were for this
pass over in peace.
On motion of Air. Moa!ramery,
Dye's Bank Note Mirror, it was: - :
1 Resolved, That a committee be appointed to
call on Mr. Snclbaker, to request him to resign
his office, as conducive to the peace and order
of the city.
Resolved, That the committee consist of five
Per?n' ' .' ' . .
AIUr l" drn resolutions,
in amendment was urobosed br Kev. Air,
n j i . ' A..: ' I...-.
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dred persons as the committee.
The following gentlemen were then appoint
journed, with three groans for Snelbaker, to
cu saiu committee, alter wnicn ine meeting ma
meet at the Fifth street Market House on Sun-
. ' wmmuic or unt iiunarea. joun tnei
stone, Asbury Harris, F.lias Day, B Storer, Hen'
T 4 f i V. r ,
'J marine lvuuner, j. r . n.ej-5. J. i ice,
D. Handy, G. C. Miller, II. Tesh, Gen. Ta-
W, S. Clark, Wm. Stevenson, A.Giffin, A.
Burk, Miles Greenwood, J. S. Wetherbee, A.
W. Armstionir, Tho. Spooner. S. B. Wj Mo-
Lean, Dr. J. A. Warder, D. Bolles, Charles H.
Sargent, Jnmes Goodloe, John H. Empson,
ry Crane, B. F. Lawson, Isaac C. Winans, Dr.
J. Woodward, T. Sherlock, Geo. F. Thomas,
Dr. R. S. Newton, John Swasey, JohaS.
Nixon, H. C. Grosvener, Geo. F. Steed
man, Peter NelT, W. R. Looker, M. D. V.
Loomis, and G. Crawford, Sam'l Beeby, Jo.
R. Myers, C. S. Burdadal, R. Crawford, R.
Getty, II. Peachy, John Pad Jack, tf. Clark. IL
Kesier, S. Cloon, Jr., Wm. Wiswell. Solon
nillari of "lmcri Wm. Wood, Jacob Traber, Vm. E.
I 7 . Iwi.:.. in tr r
'vllllvt fiaoion Alien, tt m. uicvsmmon, si.
. . ... ,
?t. jjiirasaai, j. rv. uwens, rn. rrentiee, ueo.
Long, Wm. Dennison, J. S. Davison, E. Hills,
James Semple, Fenton Lawson, D. K. Cady, E.
G. Darling, Peter Smith, H. A. Bross, James
Mathews, Daniel Home, Fuch Way, J. D. Leh
mer, A. L. Ross, Wm. C. Davis, Jacob Stevens,
C. W. Thomas, Clifford G. Wayne, M. Ezekiel,
David Diser, Geo. A. Peter, N. M. Florer, F.
R. Hilger, L. S. Davis, Jr., John Waggoner,
Chares Sonntag, Pollock Wilson, Capt. J. C.
nnlhrlsnn. i ' . 1 l .
This Committee will meet to-morrow I Fri
day) night, in the leclare room of the Mechan
ics' Institute, to organize for an official call up
on the Chief Magistrate of the city, and request
mm to resign. , .
Never before in the history of Cincinnati
was there ever such a universal feeling of , in
dignation towards the course of any man as is
now felt towards Mr. Snelbaker. Wc doubt
whether the city was ever so excited upon any
question, not even excepting the dark age cf
mobs; snd the only influence which now ope
rates against a popular outbreak, is that the
better judgment of the people is fully exercised.
It is well known that the Catholic Hierarchy
are thirsting for a physical attack, for they sup
pose thereby to create a sympathy in their be-
nan unuer tne pica oi persecution; snd it is
,i..-i. . .i.. , . ..u.
n i i .1 i t. -.i . .
IKomnh leaders has been with a view ta inrita
to violence. The course of the mayor is looked
upon by many as being strongly tinctured with
jortisrn innuence, and it tin is te case, lien
t- . ... ... . -t .
uiiiioiui ui iii uuut aim uui. auciut lie uc
' . e i mi u .u n
irin to crawfish, ni will ha teen hv tha follnur.
f no(e ln lhe Gazette of this morn-
ing, which bears the impress of a nervous hand,
and a feur of the whirlwind cf publie opinion
which he has created:
Messrs. Editors: In reference to the man
Kirkland, it is my purpose net to interfere with
him further, except to protect him as I would
any other citizen, unless directed by Council to
pursue some other course.
David T. Skcllb&keb.
We learn also that the Mayor sent into the
City Council, during its session last night, a
lengthy communication, alluding to his conduct
in regard to Mr. Kirkland, giving the reasons
that prompted him to his course, and stating,
Jthat unless the Board saw fit to give him explicit
of; , ,, ;, v,. .i,.,.,u nn ; r..
moil iivt ititic iiiuiif iv ia u ciivuiu iiu u
sit-o Inla n , r aaliait t M faitftr.l trv I II heannhi ,i .
f M, K. in the streets. .
Though the numbers were generally aware
that the communication had been sent in, they
did not suffer it to come up, and Anally ad
journed until Monday evening, without taking
any action relative to it,
Mcsct vertut Jcsncr. The Governor of
Pennsylvania has pardoned Margaret McCor
mick, the woman who threw a quantity of oil of
vitriol into the face of a young man, named
John McCann, destroying hi eyes, and causing
him the most horrible suffering, so that his reason
gave way. His agonies, long protraoted, at last
ended in death. For this hellish deed the wo
man was tried, convicted and sentenced, for
what term wc forget, to the penitentiary. She
i at large again, by the operation of what
called Executive clemency; which ha eotnc
practically to mean offering a premium for crime,
and placing the community at the mercy of rob
bers tnd assassin. Philadelphia Kegintar,
1QKMJBI XAXD OFFICES awtlf U W Ovcaa.
We are advised by Mr. Allen that the
local Land Offices will be opened now
without delay for the entry of lands out
sid of tho 15 mile belt of reserved lad on
either aide of the road. The day far the
opening is not known, but thirty day t pre
vious notice is to be civen, so thnt no ad-
vantages may be taken, but all perscna
Iwve an equal chance in nakmg entrlm
j where they desire them. .
S3A Ctsaa Swssr Tuc Secretary of the
Treasury ha removed oil the . present light-
house keepers in Mumc, twenty-four la tvu
Months, TWO DOLLARS
vol. xno. 36.::;
Tht Itsnrsik Traf tdj.
Additional Particulars, gleaned from various
sources ia Norwalk, sturing yesterday, by awr
own Reporters. ; ; ., -;;., ?. J
. ' NoawaLK, Ccan.,) .
Tuesday, May 1010 1-2 . m. J
Mrs. Mary Williams. lately arrived froca
England, who, while t ruckling in the water et
her life, at Norwalk bridge, lost a rctioulc cost
taining JC150 sterling, in gold, ba gone on t
New Haven to Ler friends) and fcr-r property,
which was supposed to have Vccm lot, ha been
found and restored tc her. ... , ,j
Dr. Ja. G.Barbour h jtut been to New
York with the property of fctciataimer, amount
ing to some $1,500 or $1,000; and c due proof '
front Mr. Goldsmith, the property has beta dc
iivered to him, .
. . , , ; . . ' ':..( .1 .
Among the' many intrepid Mrneste whd ren
dered noble service t the sufferers ht this dread
ful catastrophe, we arc impelled to sneetion the
name of Mr. Brock Carrol), in particular.' This
gentleman was about leaving the wharf at Nor-
walk te go on a shooting excursion, when this
accident occurred. Immediately n seeing the
cars go into the draw, he sprung into the water,
and swam to a boat, which lie quickly unmoored.
and rowed to the nearest car, which was partial-
ly visible above water; and dashing through the
i it . . . .
wiuaow, ne arew out in succession, Air. Hatha
Harris, of Montgomery;' Alabama, his three
children and nurse, together witk others, and
put in with them for the shore; on landing,, Mr.
Harris embraced him, and eagerly pulling eat
his pocket book, filled with money, offered H te
him, saying, '.i i m.'.i i
''Take il, thou savior of say children! I wish
it was mor-i 1 cannot otherwise cxprcsi. m'r
heartfelt gratitude." '
"All right, sir," said the noble hearted fellow
'1 don't want you te tosttlt me, though,' and.
seizing an axe, he pushed again for the wreck,
and with lusty blows aed superhuman excrtieae
soon made a huge hole in the car' side; and res
cued as many as the boat would hold, wh be
was forced to return reluctantly to the skare
with his freight of rescued live.
Ah r said he. "if there had been a few aaace
boat, and some one te manage mine, 1 could
have got inside of the car and have drawn out a
great many that I saw rising te the surface, and
sinking again to the bottom to die; it was awful
to see their agonized feature, all wounded and
bloody, a they struggled with the energies of
de pair, for dear, Hear life." "' " i"
Many ef those who were striving fee life.
when he left with hi boat-fell, were ailest U
the long sleep ef death, on hi return. , , ,
A, U .-Ji as Izzl ; 'I
drew the terrified little children Iron the water
ia thenar." : 'nr.: -ti u? i ,:V.!i ;.:(
There was only the trptet pert cf one side
above water. He wa afraid that his strength
would fail him before he coald finish his geed
work, but said he. "nrv muscles flt fust like
steel bars, as 1 swung tne axe, and sieve in the
panels." . , ' JV'
When all was finished and ne more Uvea
could be saved, he felt that hi duty was accent
plished. The many horrors he had to witness;
the mangled and maimed; the agony ef teres ved
relatives; and the terror stricken people snaking
desperate efforts to render assistance, bat per
fectly paralyzed through horror at' the awful
event, made a deep impression on him'.' ;
TTe think too much praise cannot be given to
Mr. CarroH, for his noble conduct in this case.
Mr. Carroll is a resident of Norwalk, and! re
cently of Brooklyn., New Yorkv : ;'-"!
The derrick arrived in Nor Weft lest evening,
and will be put into requisition1 foiWorf ow. ,
Air. mute, tne witness yesterday, hn4 the
pleasure of seeing his friends (wife end titter,)
who came on in answer to a telegraphic dispatch
received on .Sunday last. The disnaieh led
thera to believe that he wa in a dangerous itu
ation; and when the ladies came into Ihe waiting;
room, they were sobbing bitterly'. ' We had the
pleasure to iniorra them or the saicty of tbetr
relalise, and words could not portray the joy
which beamed ontheir countenances at the wel
come intelligence. This morning we eew then
at the depot just before leaving for heme, end
the quiet joy ot the two as they seemed to cling
more closely to each other fresn the recollec
tions of the peril which her husband' had se re
cently been rescued from, can he imagined bet
ter than described. ' ,"' '..'"!
Wc saw the Conductor to-day, who t much
better, t hooch somewhat scared. 1 r- l-.m
Uur Reporters are under great ebligations to
Mr. Warner, Cashier of Fairfield Co, Baftk.for
it - -
his unremitting attention to their want, and en
deavoring to furnish them with the latest and
most authentic information of the accident.
Miss Gnswold, we are happy to eay, te snneh
better; she has rested well, and will in all pro
bability recover. We inquired after her health
at a late hour last evening, and learned tho
above. Dr. Alexander IL Stephens wee ha at
tendance en her yesterday afterfrooA, and enter
tains great hopes of her recovery. . , ,
We leain that Mrs. Fluent, ef Lancaster,
Pa., who was killed at Norwalk, was (he
daughter of Mr. Abner Brooks, cf Fitehborjr
and was not married the evening before the ac
cident, as stated, hut last fall. She was on her
way to Fitchbnrr, to tisit ber parent. Her
father, within fenr years pest has teat three tone
by accident. One was shot tact fall ot n shoot
ing match in Fitchburg, another wee drowned
at the same nlaee, at Ihe time of the breaking
away of the Ashburnham reservoir, three year
go tnia mentn;anq tne inira was run ever ey
a team at the same place and hilled. A (in
weeks age a fourth son narrowly esoaead death.
from the breaking of the aide props ef t c
full of timber; and on Tuesday last. Mr. (tevch
son-in-IaW of Mr. Brooks, kad ahouMer-
dislocated, by being knocked off train,, while
. a m sr v w teat
in motion, . at Concord, -iru I. irt
DWhat j, iJu.1 Dl liking aaXtdf
fop whose boot ware nsote polished than hit
ides. Why," rphcd a Bystander, "hceausn
he sees another MrvpT i n your boots, . n
tt t. iit '
Here it a "case" for the los el lugic:-B.
say all Britons ere liars. New, B, hiatsvlf 1
Unton, 1hrfcre, B. i a liar. Therefore, the
Unions are not liars; and B,, being a Briton, t o
not t liar; aud so eu ad f-inifw-e, .;
Mamer .v . ......
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