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at the approaching election. i: . 0
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to said ctfic. Re.rftclfully Yours,
r o ' .' WAL D. WARMADUKE.
Uanuibal, Sept. 13, IS51. (,p)8
Hanmjal, Suit. 16th, 151.
If JOSEPH DUDDINQ will coi.se,,. to 1,. a,.-.
dW. a rmd time for the erfic. of City Marshal he
ry grv lying eyklroc. of the esteem Li.
pt acrrices have u oil from
' r; ". "I ' MAjXY VOTERS.
NEW YORK fcoAT.
Last week, tliopourler favored ua with & re
ply of column and half to our remark on
thi aubjoct. A the editor accm. to have over
looked aome of the positions taken by-us, we
now propose to take a brief m.rvey of our arti
cle, and the Courier', reply, leavfngour readers
to judge between us. . " 0
0- In commenting on the joint adoption of cer
tain Union and compromise 'solutions, rer ent
ly, ly the "Silver farcy's," or "Fillmore
Nhigi,"and "Seward Whigs," of New York,
we inair.tained, lst Th;it "re-unions,"" or coa
litions, of fractional parts of the 'two leading,
qpnsetvativo parties, are a natural result- of the
prexent disordered condition of those parties, aS
compromutca have3 heretofore grown out of dis
ordered conditions, of the Republic and t out
olicitude is properly directed, whcn.oin ftieh
coalitions, (or "re-unions, tlie RftrnlW- tMSits.
the act, when .peaki. of a eonlem plated Atis
aouri gadiUonwe watch thut the conservative
"..'nciplea of patriotism lose nothing.0 2d, That
a coa,:a:,n "differs from a compromise' in that it
neoussajilj cornels one ol the "parties entering
into auoh an agreement, fo give up fundamental
principles." 3d,rhe Courier having produced
Whig papers favoring its view or the question,
? r-oducd Whig papers agreeing Willi
s, accounting for the difference of opinion by
the fact that the q.frstion is one of that kind, in
reference to which it i, pu(,MbIeto be too hasty
. n forming a conclusion; "where, also, a inau is
o huble, without knowing it, to be swayed, by lo
cal influences, from a perfectly impartial decis
ion; but, whatever might cause the diflenVc of
opinion, these contending authorities neutralized
. each other, so far as the mere question of au
thority (ji concerned. 4th, The Courier para
ded Jlboliiian authority; here, also, it Vas met
by a decided offset in the same coin. 5th, In
; uer iq snow that the surrender in this coali
tion had been made by the "Seward Whigs," (ve
quoicu uio following from their resolution:
-. All who are animated by a sincere, desire to
preserve the Union unimtiaired, and the free in.
Ututiona which it sustain, and guaranties, ,nu
o. , auemjit. to drfiat, or rrnder imffectu
fl, any lavt passed bv
. - ...mviwi uutiui uic
or 1i-wi1i.wo i..;.i:.. ... . . .
UUu:B, , citiier the federal
- vaw uovernment." The "Seward Whiss
Z 71"",ut,reu lu ".-ieat or render inefTcctu
ar the Fu WiiiK Sli,- 1 ... .i - i
. " iiioauove is a eon.
icss on oi repentance, and most certainly a sur
reialer in that jAiint, to the "Fillmore WhiirsV
qotet a resolution in which tho Sew
ard Whig, unilo with tho FilTniore Whigs in
praising the past coursa of Mr. Fillmore, and
, ple.1, themselve. t sustain and aujiporl him,
... mowing tlua j,is past course ha
aatm nu.,1 I.. I4 I t .
V ""y "vorabi i9 Uie Fugitive Slave
..w, ana tnai to re-elect hiiu would be tJiq most
ium way io postpul, u. real or i.uKlif.ca-
, . .w ;cu., Hl iett,- jH)riij, forever. Here
,l7J"-r wnJer.: We quoted from nnoth-t-rrcsolutioii,
iii Ahieh they unqual,f,ed!,j ,.c
kuow Udga the right vt every sovereign State, t.,
regulate it own intmioipa) 'iniit,t,i i '-,
miiiner as tho people mayhem moat conJiieivc
t) their farrtjr, withjul iutrrfwet, dlixdhj or
imllrrriiy, by the citizens of other Stole, or sub-
ied a' of. other countries." Could any resolution'
be nvre explicitly drnwnP lite Nnvnrdilcs
completely "surrender," in thia resolution,
that prime article ot the Abolition creed the
pretended right to "interfere" and meddle
with the doincslic inrdilulions of the South.
We quoted from tficir resolutions a pledge to
"abide by the Constitution of the United SIhIos,
in nil ilt port;" Hint thoy would "receive its
true meaning and construction from the judicia
ry;" that they would "always sustain and de
fend Mich decision, as the law of the 1. ml, until
they are reversed by such tribunals." In so
much of these as tho Sewardites had previous
ly opposed, there was clearly an unconditional
"surrender" on their part- We contended that t
(m proclamation of their opposition to the addi
tion of any more slave territory, was merely lite
jc-wsertion of doctrine averted and raeried
by N'jribern Whigt and Drmocrttts ier sitife
tiiij qtiestion yvas raised. That they ((('( -idvo-catcd
it, tnai tliey will i.uU':ui:o t" ''""retc it,
Wo fjtioted from their resolutions the annuncia
tion thai "the rijjlit of citizens as voters, i
equally undeniable, to discuss, with a full mul
mnl mil regard for the rihls nndiiitcrests of 'nil
parts of the confederacy, the expediency of such
laws, and the propriety of their provisions, and
t-j seek by cnnstilulietiul meaiis their repeal or
mollification." We accorded to them the unde
niable constitutional abstract right of freedom
of discussion; but, while doyig so, denounced
them for insisting upon (he exercise of such
right, "because- its spirit seems to declare a
willingness on the part of Northern men, when
ever the question of the cjry is involved, to insist
uuuii abstract rirhi, afthe sacrifice of cxno-
Now, in reply to all.this correct statement of
facts, and fcgitimate argument what- was, the
Courier's answer? It was: 1st, That we did
not write the article ; 2d, That our paper is' the
"only one in the Slate which has ventured to
justify that disgrifeefuP coalition, and the fact' is
matter of both marvel and mortification to. its
Lfricnds." 3d, That it cannot "follow the Union
through all tjie points it has raised." 4th, "The
measure is tpTje regarded, as "tiny Compromise
should be sacred, and free from present or fu
ture disturbance or violatFon." 5th, That the
annunciation of, Mr. J'illmore, that he regarded
the compromises.a "final (Settlement of the .dan
gerous and exciting wit ij eels wliich'it embraces.
caused the Seward Whigs to split, off from his
Administration." 6th, That they stilldo rfot
pledge tiiemseifea lo'ta-tiia it fls n fivil tiettler
mcnt of the question, becaiuit.thejb "claim, the
rightgcncrally, to jfeek Hie repealer. modifica
tion of any law. . 7th, Quotes from tyii.'.hcf"Ab4
olition paper! 8th, That "if the Unilrn vill.' re
fer to the language. of. that compliment (to.Mr.
Fillmore), it "will find.tllal tlietcrms are no f
general,.but that the Pleasures of Ir4 Fillmore
which o it endorses,' are- specially enumerated,
mid his uctar.iiicjrcCdOiitAQ to the coin promise, tire
specially omittc'd" ' .' T. .w "
111 answer to the Courier's first.-aivuineul,'
that we did not write the article,' wc ikiss that-
byWiout-comment, as unw.orlhy'of the Hjcnt-"
'cd ' gcidlenijin who penhed it;' fur, if hue, .if
cotild not possibly lirovc tlic'Couricr.riidit op ifs")
4....... .'..,i. , . ..-.;
wiini. x.ii.n. iii uimr jog jlaj)crin' iiris
SUifttJias justified jtlu!.'x'(5alh'ioii,"0is acfauiltcd
fr.by th vcryjsiihple'f'aefj, that no other"japerj
nas in any wayiuonccii n. yvs;io our pp.-uiou,
bcingjiamatt?r ofo marvel u.n;1- fiiortitvatu'in'1 to,
our friends, -wc have ihe firs" intlinalion of the
. i v. . . . '. " .
- K"'" Cu,.lrier' M thcrrforfi.iircsiu.il!
has our, most hearty eoncurt-enee.' , Wcgree"'
with that paper alii, 'as Jo Mr..?illuidreVhigh
position, and Ihe'.tme caiiso'of tl.r -.lit between
tho New "York Whigs... What a change has
come oyer 'the piritof their dream!" that those
(vho deserted Mr. Fillmore because Jieaid.'the
oomjiromisc' measures" should' be nthinl scl'liJ-
ment of tho .slavery ' ugilatioi.,' now" come back to"
fegrctfed, need be' but slightly 'feared'.- Oiu
thing is certain they could have "ailaled,"
and would have bc.cnriuorc-likely to do so with
out f this, coalition," whjle, by uniilng. with the
rillmorcWhigs to eleef a man to bu Preaident
who will pot sulTcr thcm to repeal nr modify It,
iey uisarm incmselves, and defeat effectual op-
position to the Fugitive-Slave Law." Thus,
though tht-y put up their hands 1 in opposition to
heing "gagged;" though they insist likeso;nany
old women on the right to talk'; yet 'they act for
the Fugitive Slave Law,, as effectually as if it
were, the test question iu the ensuing Presiden
tial election. May olir enemies nev er treat us
worse! Without this coalition, they might have
prevented the Fillmore Whigs from doing good;
with it the Fillmore Whigs prevent them from
doing harm. The Seward Whigs disarm them
selves, they arm the Fillmore Whigs w ho lias
surrendered P As to what tho "editor of the
New York Tribune says about the matter, we
care nothing we have tlie resolutions before
us, and can make our own comments. As ad
vised by the Courier, v.otlid "refer to tho lan
guage of- that compliment," and found it to be
general, approving, without exception, as plainly
and emphatically us kuigUi.ge can bo made i o !,,.
cs 1. 1110 .nanimisiraiiou ) meuMiio," u..:l v.t
should rather think this would include ,. , ,
probation of all Mr. Fillmore's measures was
ei-prcsc.. J l,c-y say: "The National Admin
istralion is entitled to (he confuhncc and mWo,i
. " .."vy"""' ":tlJ uoveine. jnoinri oi JJcaa I rcck'4 a vi-rv'l:;r-f -.eijii 1 14 n lenair clciyviutin, 1 com a inwil, wv-re- ihid bcei- inn... .-.inl .-;i-i..J il,i.,..,.l.-. ...iii: ... . .
he did, ootP (olhiw usMh'Eo.flgh alMhe 4''!! Jtahli; -hmcnf r.ir:Vlajhtemiand. rendui'.' "-ii s'i'Vnhig afthe house ..C M'. Il.,-.n proiiiineiil h,iu warlikeprojeetiles in the . shfipe of rocks
raised, wafmAely a stroke ot. pv!icy, for ..eua
woiudliave oonq'uertd liimaelr in-the otleWii v ' iU ,'" "i T r' ' ' ' ' :,J 0 ,n)c th cl.iiv -ol. Mr. .1 1.;'--! ribitiie'olliQp, .Their belligerent feeligs", how
imw-r him in the patriotic efTort to'linke J ';"..''". ' cn r:er as. 10 maKe ;. .... ,..-s, (nicirty stiarc ltiose radical . notions so rile-in
those measures n 'Hn,,l settlement ." Tl : '' ; ' "'''. ft'lu.tury. It is so simple and ntte'nI.,i:1 1"'1.1 U. ,,W,! '' "S i'tl,:it """W !" lh'' F"il.'d limc.' Universally
t,u,y nepelLnlS-TS: ,:
Seward Whig stuck to; ll,cirabs..ract right of .l'''''1h''''1'1i'"niclo.iWesj,eaklrui,, h.u. to sit , the IVct of Jesus." "And no per- -.rHsi,.,,s' inclination may Jiff,
speech and fwrialation. ul.iln if 'i.' i:i... .1..:.1.: experience.,. Mr.Gest has nhirgequaruily ol'.lhis I suasions could induce .11.1 to aUwulyn his humbli l have i! mkhuI.' moral: relanmis nr nl4,;i.l l'....f
JGUJLNAL AND UNION IIANNIIJAI;, MO., SEPTEMBER. 18,
o . Whigs of New York for thu tminrnl unif
i.'y and i-a tkiotism n-farh have chttravhrizfi m
mfftsttrr.f, ' lako the uUilition view ol the r u
gilive Slave liw, end what ujah iof" could sup
port it ?
of Millard '
The Messenger hoists tho name
Fillmore fu President, and Henry S. Geycr, for
The following arc the rates of postage charged
on weekly newspapers, not . weighing over i
three ounces: When sent to subscribers in the
County of publication, they are free of postage;
when sent out of the county, within fifty miles,
postage is 5 cents per quarter; over 50, ami less
than. '600 miles, 10 ccntspove r 300, and less than
1,000 miles, 15 cents; over 1,000 and less than
2,000, 20 ccnls; ov-y- 2.000 and less xhan 3,(HK),
25 cents; over 3. 0(H), and less than 4,000, 80 '
COM. ' '
LAY DREAHIUa. o
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Vi 'f' i"ii . .i . i-" ' i-i.' i'
t ry ol ten it is liable to that nbjecl tun. J U-!
i ,ii , i ii
litslrdeJ aijule on l.iy-di earning, waVwntli'll
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for aiuuseineiit., tlie tolly, it. anv, oiisisls.iu
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making it pulilic. e take
up tho narration
hcrc it was broken off:
W i , l i i .i , i -
" V e stonoeJ at a town- o n.t he ouiiositp khIi? nf l
the mountains, where there mas Idso ii great, exi
citemeiil, and a ma meeting. The people bad
conspicuously displayed on tltvir banners,- the.1
iuii icugiu UKcitt ss oi juajor UbMHAL X.LIZA-
ETll DCUTCIIUKHGER. Dressed, ill the full
".Bloomer Costume," with sword and ep.iu-
lettes, she presented quite a warlike appearance.
Tiiis uioliu-'aish'-'d hxty-was truly -a sclj'-inade
nu.ii...., .m,...g uu "aeiyfciicigy .aiiu;r;lcl,SC) IJuiui,, alllJ riiagri t Z"; l.on;'' Island,
abilitj', become one of. the greatest military wo
men of UiQ.atrc :. indeed, she had 'risen to such
a height of blood and powdcr.-popuhirily, that
her election to the Presidency was looked jipon
ia uniiosi. ul'i lain. ci, uui u u w cars ago, snc
wa's known only-as the wife, of ran obscure mil
liner 1 . There, was-much 'violent . talk, in tins
meeting, of-'dissolving' life. Union --f-splittihg it
into an -Eastern and. : Western ..Republic. The
. l '.,.'...T..p . i;.:.. i" rv
f.i i-T. :.. -v v. . , T .
tiad. refused" to ftpprotirialo inoneV to level
tain,' which' stojd righ across the pai of
National -Rajrotid."' Tbcy argued tlitit he
tain Wis only a' mfle and a haljf.high, and
i" . -,i .i . ...... I.. :.. . t,-. jj
mi.wiin.uie ue..,vcyiea iiiaeBinery jt coma.
be done ii- week or
two ; tlitit it would bcCxvK- , . . , ,. , , " ,
.pensive, bat ihat 'the ercat' itdvjintage. lb the
:..i...i.. .. l.r '.v. . .i ... . .l.-.i.
nnuiu-uiiioii numu more moil cuiinier-uaiancc
the expense, -itie. opposition; coiMended-for-1
tjinncr)ofor tie. -better reason than. that the.fr-a;c
cestors before thcia NS'ere '. partial ' to" "under
the expense. -Tlio- opiiosition-coiUeiidcdfor'n'!
tiinncrfJor tie .hotter reason than, that the.fr'a;( -
:..i n l...
grodiKt railroads."-- -One of the sp(krs.vas
for Immediate blood and tluiiider wicasiircs! '. Sh.d
told them tliat "W1-! Slo)c,,-,"oiule- other -Slates,
."Cft p! 'the Kocky Mouutan'is,. could bring-into
lhe.fi-ld,' .in ;a.se of civil warsiv; miiiions .yf
soldiers ; " that-they could irih theiv. nmrehant;
Vsnchvqhd prejiari! thei'ii wUh the ne.w' a'ppfira-'
l'jitus, by which "a boat could, .in one'jpinut o, s.ink ,
six. fathoms, deep iii walOrt aud ;.coiild be' jiro--polled
at tlwt 'depth with'yetocily. j.lKat with'the
lliyenljofi. for. discharging' jiislr.umejils 'of. de
.stfuctfo'il unde'r 'water:; and, itbov e :'all,"the':dis-;
coyeryj.tis 'yet jcbinpiraliyely' a'seeret, -w'hii'li-placed
itn.ihi'fr'iiowl'r tifiri-vc direction 1o the
dread ?.' ajtlllerv'of hcav'eil,"-she 'hiid Ti odo'illjt
Jhey woiiiillie moce llinif a:iiiiitti-lr Wir..fJieir,Vne
lnioM." "rheio.YaViil.So,'at t-his-t'ow ii' eon.s-ide;a-l
dj!e Excitement ip rclatniiilo he ''-.ohteBrplale'iI,
5iiuie,alifi;i'-Aif a'-lrgii-isli'tid, iliin ovcrvd in.the
J'aeilie'finJ lie lajler -part; f f I he Kilt juMitiii'y-! '
" .About a hundred tifils'furljifr')ii,'t1ieears in
'ij-a'wliiic tip fl.r'ii.ith-, rockv. road: at tlie raler'of
in suited of "Hieir lK.ti-iiL'-'sia'iiio--'" (ln.it -i p ui-i-.
i'nsi iii-irinidii.-f-.f.'. ;kfi'iii ti r . t,:,,f wi, i
tuaiiiroiipil'.whert.'ve Bj"5ke, or mlieii move
Jiftglit'-liave' Uecir.scen and ieard.;in tjje,- wih
laud qf.dfeanis..' ...."'. '. .'' ' '..'
'.- L.nr..i: " Si.aum1u;i:iii;ii vlsTAi'ir.iAilM'is.
II,.-r Wi'Af.C ii''Co;-Jir.c!'iifnv-builiJii'i!.'. jusf.Vi-'
ti,c:iiigli vl.ier m ark 'of' 1S44, ''' It 'is'-cleilaleil'
f"v blaii"hti riivr l'tio iuK.a'.'.r' rl-iv ' ' '
l: '. ' '' . "" V-.V ' - " '
.' 11A7.0R 1 aste. Alii'.- J. .11. Urn 1 i. A in. Ins
fore a.complcle antidofe for thill razors'; . It-is
ipastc, to be Vpread on h-rolrl or ,,ow,:ii
i," i- ,, ' -, -., - "i V ,.' . ,'- . ;
alters ery,.Uule,h,eh-aWd.er dra
-..!, r . . ... - ...I
your razor .civcr lhe'bl'ru thus jrepiirci!;'t.ix.oc!li'e. 'Air. U.v r-vi;niiii
..: .1.1 !. ...iii 'i. .-.. . 1 ' , p., ,-,,- 1.,. 1,1 !,;, ; ,,.i...i.. . .:..i .1.. .. 1 . . , ., . . .-" 7 "'" -"-
paste, and Will -'sell it,at wholesale or retail
' rr ' ' . -. H-NNIlAI.,'..Si'pt,.ir, 1S51.: .
To the til ilor elf the t'nion'r ' ' " '
.' Sin: I witlidraw- my ji;:l mn'age ioni your
pa'per( because you Said one of my candles '.Tn!
ovi;r and set your'paper oij lire," thereby clearly
intimating -that-' they are mail'o id lard, which is
fiLe.: ' .-' .'' ' '.'YoijrsRcsp'lv,
Very rcspei iful, laconii-, .agreeable an.! Hir
prising! ..L show s tjuif some people 'are deter
mined to wear every ugly .cap they ciiii liiuf Ihat
will fit thcni-besiilos this man .wanted to: jiick.
a quarrel with us-, and could find iw luiUui-'ci -cuse.
lu such cases, whether you drink above
or below, the wiilf will swear you' muddied the
Removal. 11. Li eu Si Abuooasi's adver
ti mciit will inform you that they have removed
to a store next' door to the "post. ofliee. They
liave no reason to be afraid of pulling their stock
in a conspicuous place, where it caji be seen. ' '
23" We are oblige. I to the Courier for the
compliment paid lo our paper, since it has been
dressed up in new type; and we arc as "(.dad to
sec thh fvuli-nen of prosperity," as our neighbor.
jiossiiiiv e.-'n in iM.iytic m-u-e s-i.
j JA.Si. Lm.,s eorropoi.iieiit wiiu--. a., 1a.1t
onv.of cur Hannibal IVjr on -s litis purelu.,cd j
111 tli. t city, ti his i-ertain ktn.wh'd;.re, at ( and
out Burner costume, Wc shall sec.
lli'urs' M: Br ii a. it's Maoaiih:. The Sep
tember number is on our tl!.;, ', Ani""g the ex
cellent article it contains is a history of .
Railroads In New York.
The first Railroad constructed in New York,
"vn t!,P,,MmttW't nn H",'!"'' Road." It was
built by private resources under a charter oi tne
Legislature. Iu August, 18.'J0,. tfound w;n
broke at Sehenecfedy, and in about one year the
road was finTshcd and put in operation. , Speed
twenty-two miles an hour. A number of unfor-
lunate circumstances and bad calculations have
brought up the cost of the raid to about one
hundred thousand dollars per mile.
Now linik what history says of the eflccl of
the first ritilroivl in the Slate of Now York:
"As sootfm the Mohawk and Hudson Railroad
Wi;s in operation,0-!! gave a new impulso trf this
firaiii'h of internal improvement. ,p The State
would not at first, touch the enterprise, but a
few weaitiiv ireuticiiian hapneifj bei-ueri'etie
!"'" " e"""Kh to fi"iM ,,,u roa'1 hy o'riv"1c
'means 'In less than ninety days, the stock was
i !--vi.'V',r .ri'iit." In ls;)2 aiitili-
- , .11"
' cations were made to the Legislature tor forlv-
' ' J
nine separate cbirters lr -railj-ifads, twcnly-
l.v.'i. i, I' .- , .. i ........ .... ,,.! " (1.,. l.n..
.-v. . v .. ... ....... . V 1 i v..,. jt IIHJ 1. 1111.1,
ojsix have "been constructed; the Brooklyn and
T 'i If., l' 1 1J...1...1 XT " t. i
Jamaica, Jiuosoii iinu Jiei hs urc, new 1 O K am
' - . ' wiitni
J'ru'' '""dlaer and haratoga, I pimwandir, W
,ertown and-Rome. In 1M33, six railroads were
chartered; tbrce.of these have been const meted
.i, i-,; ' ,i : .,.i-,.I.. VI,;i..l. .11 :....
, , f . , ' ,r (r'i ' , , ',, , T ,
i Il,,,lil,", hhh u,vX 1!hlt-k U'.,t k-; .I.ld-,
tlH railroads were authorized, 'five of .-which
, have siiice'been.conslrucicd iAubunj and Sy-
Lockpiirt and Niagara Falls, and-Sara' oj'a and
Washinglon. ' ' , 's ' .
M enneft. There seepis to be an epidemio
for cuiiunLuing crime, raging i,vcryvhcrc, so
many viflaiuous deeds are committed, 'apparently
without provocation.,' Last" Sunday Mr. L. Ii.
Simjot,- a "brother of -our townsman, Wm. Shoot.
i livinir about four, miles front-Paris, was killed
by " Ina naincd Boon 'Helm; They were not
'"knbwir.to have .any iiii:ui'iderstaiiding,-. 'ex'cejil.a
diifictilty last winter, a't' d i. corn, huskihg. -They
,,a(, bc(sn-to:ro,fi(.t i,'ll dav! and had dined toother
ut lhe'hofcI; in Paris,. '. Helm' is reported to hav.c
said-that Mr. Shoot Laid -'promised to 4iici:t' him
in. the t.-ven'inir.' that he had failed' to do 'so. 'und
.tii;i't he .meant iokilLl'iiin for hreakuiff' hii 'r.rom-
. ... i . .
isc. -Inithe' evening, 'he called Mr. Shoot -out to! A,m ")'?fVl"'"tTi" .- "
'tlie-fcnce nutV'iilahued'liiin.-". Jlehu is said to' be!1'6 f-er eldest .uugliter. tlie.i said'sl.e, ,
'. .v " 'i--',..- t-- " .. i ii ', r i ' " ,.. "Bid-Child Dy-nug come, here to inc.".
ft drunkard, and was- probably-beside hiinscll -. ' .- . .-'
' -.i ',: , ... .' ' . . - -' . ; ' ' " J'AirriL'htcaii'.o be to ttie chamber diiu,
wijh 1 up tor; --.'. ".'..' . . ". ,- I . , . .... 1 K , ; . . '
.. 1 . - . Anil with nturiv mhnil slui Raul to ninr.-
'-. PrS.-Wo-ljira from.O.h Messenirer tliat
'ionn l ! " o- lr'it i ' ' ' -.'
200 reward are.oflcred for the apprehension of
.W'luti ' M ts'srjio r.n.-r-Tlie 'first imiulirr of the!
""Messenger inadc,' its'. ajiiearai'ice' yeslcrdav J
liior'i'ijng. -.Tt is. ije.at'l'y' p'ri tiled, eiJited'.. i'j'r a
sjirightly iTianifcr,':aniV" the .hpgV 'piij.er ever
prinV-d iVi'tliis.'cit'y,.;'. by-a full inil. 'AVx. wish
tjie- cnferjiVrsing.proprietii'rs ft; prosperity eipial "To tiiy ba'iriiiesT'll do tUe-best I ihuy.!' -.- ... , ,
to-.oul' invii.. :. .. '''."' ':.' '..,':' .' .". " Aye, wl'itMi they heard the iri-ig baric :atul growl,
' "' ' ''-, " '-f -'r- . ;..'.' '. " . 'V. They gave fo the ba'nuies bread and the bdwlr;
.J ii.,-L ni rn'it :' .. ' ' ' ' ;, ! , , . -. .'. '. .- - .
i Ji ,.i rt': .',' i -:.i' .i r i- ,-. Aye, when the guard-dog liowted", in haste-. i-
, .A Ja'lv'liKs kiim I'Vi-JLji.i.e. :With the-lol- .' ,. b . .,',,,-' . , ,.- ; ,
lowiivr . niinise" 's.V,f Li.'rwtzo'j.v.v which,- '.'"'Ives.ll'rjrtosMd ai.d blessed from. the ghost.
'v1miHi-i';iI-Woj .on, 'liiiiit'. jTi,;. 1,-ss J.-ra wit- A'y .li'en tlw.liltjo dog howled, with fear. ' ' ;
.m'sijo tluVrei'iiayUable ecce'iif rii ily ol' Jli'atwelll T''ey. shook nt.Ilio ihouglit-that the dead was near, . i
known iinljvi'lit'd.-. ., '.-'' ' '' r" ' ' "' ' '' '''
'..V'rs'&e. . : ' ',,.' '.-sV 'l'u.uis, Scpw 13, iar)l. '
S-:.: ' .v::, .mahaska; . if,,,,. v: '
. tVr-'i ! ' .-" 'T."m'-.:'.;..,('' - -
.. ..w.uif, ';'"''ei ;."' s .Miitsy -i,-, nzo
- '".'"'. ;:-.r - -' -7
.411 iiiff-iii'pii. ;'opi)ing t.y i-.tuniee, aitins laltcr;
flaee. t;i( al-crtllU.iH'rasuill, Vie li'af'ued.tliat. sevr".
H'1'"1 'ho .:iwisfiftl tii-e'oinmiine "with soti'v. holy
!u,of-.Uod.".-:At that p. iio.l, ti'ciiil'ii.lin'w capes
Wen'vau ni.lispensal.le pirt- of ii yenllepiairs
;cai.. vviiuii-licing tivery warm allernooii; 1.0 -
! V"''" "JU "iu moc i.us i-om ami ineieiy inrown
' f"T 'Vluf lanung it: wi!.!,; j,.
- . button eoneealed by -his lng and.gnsly.-heard.
mv. in vinin:
- .I'pnii the evening of the enduing day, ser fees
were held iiijhe Pres. ("htireh of- -, and Lo
renzo being present, "was' requested to t-.kke a seat
111 the 1'ulpil,. He ilnUo; and riMtW to offer the
: '. . ITi.l . ' .1 t ,
jit-mug piavrr, a nine oiri 1 now ine l.aily who
narrates these .incidents) sprang -from her seat
and ran violently from tho House of Worship,
declaring .that Lorenzo .Dow' would throw an
axe- or psalm-book' at heiv, should she nod; during
serice, as she bad heard that lie! was in' the
habit of- doing such things. ' And she-would wily
return to her seat upoii a.ssiir.uii'e that L." ir'niil',1
not jirrlich. . . ' .-'..'
'.'1 wo or three days s'uhscipiently, L. ollii-iated
i.11 the Cliuruli of his own deiionii'tiatioi). And.
observing a sleepy hearer, in a conspicuous sit
tHttbiiiv perluriuiiig-certain bobbing evolulions
with his. brain-box, he paused biuldciily," iu luc
midst ol' Ids discourse, and requested the rnicrre
galion to join him in prayer I'm- "that, drowsy
hearer. Then kneeling down, he prayed .with
great "fervency, for the; ''offending unfortunate,
beseeching the Almighty to bring him to repen
tance, mid to open his spiritual, as well as bodi
ly eyes.. After this, arising, he resumed his
sermon.. Hut (ho sleep) -headed auditor soon re
commenced executing 'nods. And Lorenzo,
seizing his hymn-book, hurled it-at' the doze
with great pi'ccbiim, Cor he as skilled in
tniowing an i Mruek him, bestowing a sound
thump lit. on bis eraliiiim. Tins hrou-rbl iii(
wm. iuIinI iu in freely to'consciousues. un w e! I s
1 ion r 1 -.'-a u e (-eigr lion. .Mnl tin
l.al in-1:' I l:t;.;.'.-f,ii-.t in Ins cniv. ' I'
11 n-. be able
iiruud-'r of the smmni!'1 mhI, in ,-l ,e , r 1, ..
"boys, 1 of ) on. In i'i-r lue l!i ,t 11 . 1 .1 1 1 -1 . u. lv;
I l-ijie I can make Letter use of it lor the resi
of the inofjijii
THE GHOST'S WARNING.
AtTKSED I'BOM Tilt SCOTCH TRANSLATION rOM THE
DAMfll KltMM VISES.
Child llyring has ridden throughout the Isle glade,
there he woudod SO fair a maid.
.Together they lived for seven long years,
Seven bairni lia've'lliey gotten- for lovo. and Jet tears.
Bid Death's come there In gladness' stead,
And tlmt winsome lily flower is dead.
That swaiu has rid.lqn throughout the Iale-glate,
And there lie has married another maid.
He's married a maid of lordly name,
Hut she was a giim nd ugly dame.
When Into ttie cat!c court the rode,
With tears in their eyes, the svveu laiins stood.
Tlie bairns thcy,tflod in sorrow and doubt,
Khe up' with her foot and kicked them out.
Nor ale nor irlcad to the bairnics .she gnre,
"But hunger and Imte from me yo'll have."
She t"lc from them tho pillow blue,
Anil said 'on the bate-' etraw lie shall you!"'
She took from th'.-m the great wax light,
Says"uo shall yo is!eep in the dark all night?"
'1'a.ii I'jte in Uie iei ui.d tts Vr-w V,".u
Their mbllier benenlli theoclotls heard that j
1 hen sttod up that wife at our Lord 'j ktice,
And ."iuuy I go and my bairnies see?"
Klie plead so sore, to foiif? lor litfY tilfe, .
Tliat he at lat said yea to her prayer. ' -
"Aiid.thou shall como back at -cock's scream-;
No longer bide thou than the P'O ling's boain."
With bones so strong like a bo t she's away,
She's riven both wall and marble gray. ....
When near to the duelling he'r -footsteps fell,
The dogs filled tlie sl;y with howl and yell': '
And when she came to the.castle gatn,;. ." .. .
Her eldest daughter stood thereat. . . 0
"Why staird'sf'thw here, dear' daiigh'ter mine, '
And thy brothers and sisters with thee in prnef"
"I-'orsoolh thou'it a; woman both fair, and fiiie;
'.But you arc lio dear mother of iniue.1 . ' '
"Oh liow should I bd fiae or fair? . . . ,
My check is pale aid the giquud's my Uir.".'
"My mother was white, with cheek-of red,',
But thou art wan and like. oiic dead." ' ' . .' ;
"Oil! how should 1 be. whito ami. red,'' ,'
So long as I've been cold and deail?' .
When llie chaiuber's rushy floor she won, .'
Down the buirns cheeks tlie iears did' run..
-fhc dressed tiioone and brushed it theie, '
Sliu.couicd and plaited-another's hair,
The third she dandFcd upon her knee,
Tlic -funilli alio kissed sq" motherly. .- .-
Shi' tdkwi tlie.nfth"up'oul,ef'lap,-' .'i
r .- . ii. i .. i i.:
t' , : .-.'. .-.
,"I kit you tore-of bread and. ineftd, -, '
M ciUiclren'die oi h,,Wani aeca, ,
"1 Icllybu pillows blue and fine,'.- .'
My ciiiljlieu onthe. bafe stia'w pine.
"I left yoil matiy'a'ldiig wax light l ?
My children weep iii the dark all night. .
'"flf e'er.'I come back to yist thee,
,Voful and weaty thy luck shall be. ,V
' u spake.little Ui.stin, iu bed that layf-
. Sne tutlernesfi of. feeling" has.ot laleVxiiitcd
amoiisl our usually uminMe l.'i'.ieiils,:th(- German
ieilizens.oUtlic lust Ward. ' On Saturday ni'dit
lyst !t cunsni.
tlii? night, police,-with, no greater dainaec lit the
i...:i.i:.. .1. ..-.' .1 1 r. .
.Since the' late .Judicial -Election,-. the Germans
1'i.iuuiii.: ui.ui-ii nozrn or or so nroKen, winnows
j hays' .divided themselves, into two parties, be
. tween whom 110 little asperity of feeling exists
- The one- party, u -hose orpin is the "Anzeigcr des
Wesfejis" iiewspaperv is contodMsd chielle of
.1 ...1 . -ii n. . - j
1!., , .. .-- ..---v .M.v.....c
1 i- 1 vn rn 1 'S III I ITHHillV mul ti-lw.
nigs 111 coinin:m with the inass of the ponulation
.here, and -'re co'.isequentlv lit instruments to sun
...,ri ii. i.' i: . r ,1 , . n i, ..'
m..i Mii iiiiimi v,i mul paper, iieury lioernstein,
Y all. his yihl and daii-'crous seliemes. ' Tim
other party -i composed of .those w ho, -from
long icsuience 111 tins country, and from con
turned social intcrcuursii with our citizens, have
become Americanized,' both in feeling mid prin
ciple.. They are.'in the main, governed by the
same patriotic; impulses,; and feel a priife of
country -cwiimm w ith those whir happened to
In 1 1... .1 -i ,i 1 1 .
", "l "poo mis siiiu iieuce,. when
l.oeinsleiii.first (ipenly broached his iiroiect of
forming the "German Democratic -Parly "f Pro-i.i-K.c
11 .1. . 1 .. 1 1 - .V
mi .uic laitaaiJic purpose ot liv iilintr
I he n.uces in the gift ol' the peop'le in proportion
ol one k,l t the Germans and the other to the
n.itues of this and other countries, not content
With pnv-atrlyilcturUtHMHg-ho-.iroii.ct. and tie-
-):-.. a- us iiiiiiior, nicy made a public manifest
alien ol" their disapprobation' of a scheme so de
sliu.tne iu ilstei,d.'i,e), to"the I'ratvj-tial rela
tions w Inch ought lo exist amongst all classes
ol our citizens For this cry proper exercise
of their i iidils iher rights they were most bitter
ly l''"ounee.l by the Anzeigcr, au.Lbet ween ii
and I ..,. Inbuilt" a war of words ct.Micd which
ei.iled u, the '.le.nol.st.'ati,,,, wriliMl , T,;JM
olhce rai Saturday tiiht l.,st.'
Thii Henry lioern.tein,'yo ,,, know, is
an individual ol some notoriety i this emmm-
,"" """ resident of this t.laee hi'-
Ii;-s ,-h i, 11, i-,.. I ... .. " I. .. 11 -. 1 ' 11
....... ....,,,: n,niieiire over the
ui!l, v.. I ,' ,,
" ' 1 ' "i-1 c.iun-1 im-iiJ
yi,i;-; :,ie. ;,, leelin-. Me w:,si
'-Ve lus na'ue
'i':t"ii". fas !i
d I'll )ll;;! to i ,n .
l-'ilil bee uisc -!-':
s- tnai e rlaiiilv
"' his I'V l.ulw!.,., I .. .".
" 'H'V o:ht-r.) an 1 i. I,;. ...i '.... i.,
I '"''.'.ed i'roiu the i c.uuauis ol" , ' " . ' , ." "'
tv known ns the "Vole yourself n farm party''
B society termea llie "noeieiy 01 i ie.....,
or, ns tney .nugni witn mure piuj-i..j -
termed, "! reethinkers,'i whicli now nuinucrs
some eight hundred members. A fluent speak
er, he nicMs them at an appointed pkee of ren
dezvous every Sabbath, onil harangues them up
on his favorite themes and projects. A good
writer, the members greedily read and inwardly
digest, during the week, such c;'ys ns hcmay0
prepare for them, and by these means he has ac
quired iin Unbounded control over them. It was
around this society 'os 11 nucleus thai this new c
Party of Progress was to lorm and take 1110
field for ope rat ions iii the Spring, with tho ex
pectation that the great mass of the German pop
ulation would favor the tinder'aking. They,
however, have proved refractory, and thus this
proposition, instead of raising Bocrristein to tho
consideration ho sought, may result 111 bringing
him to the level he merits.
A great land sale has been raging herq for tho
pust few days. That immense tract of land
which, liy the decision of the Supreme Court or
the United States a year or twon ago, was award
ed to" the Stoddard heirs, was sold fo the Bggre- o
gate sum of seven hundred thousand dollars.
This tract, is located, I should' suppose, from a
mile and .a half totwo miles from the Court
House, nud'rcquired three days for the sale of.
" It ia irnm.ri.llv Kimnnsed lln.l iljii.lil 1cu
high, some of it bringing as mncii tn. ivrtj.ty
seven dollars, per" front foot. The clearing up .
of this tide mid the sale, cannot fail havine- a
good fiifittencc upon that portioiof the suburbs,
dividing 0the tract as it loes, amongst so many
holders. 'It was sn:i:, previous to tlio sale, that
a new claim had.heen trumped up against it, and
that in. less than one year -the whole would be.
again, in litigation, Hovymuch influence thfe rc-'
port. had ttpxm the sale,, you can easily judge
from tlje price realized. Red estate' has held
its own litre remarkably well and is constantly
and 'steadily. advancing, notwithstanding the cry
lhal it.:must decline. . ,.' '. . '
llie. city is crowded with strangers, and bus-
iness .is looking -lip. somewhat. In dhcjiews
line,, however, -it is very dull. 'The weather,
continues excessively dry and- sultry, and inos-'.
oiiitoes lire stilf the stanb nrtielo In inarLet. ' '.
. .'-.': .. MORE ANON."
THK. C )ll Rli-:it ' ON- THE COALITION. . .''
The Courier complains of' a want of space Id
I'iiiswcr 'our a-rlicle, and s'ays. the suliject i's.'un- '
imboHanl ! Tt. aKtfnvs has n':ier eni'.i'iirh ia iu-.l-n .
charges' it cannot support, and' jhis- Miluect. it
thought important enougli'to justify, for jls part,
severaf coliunns of scandalilusly bad nrtrttmeilt.
.. . . 1 , . : . .. ....
. t ur neighbor of myny n:.ines, the' I'liinn-Jour-"
.. M r . fir-'. - . ..
noi,jimru(ii-i num. or wnatcyer U may clloos"c.
to-be. Oalleil, &e.' -Co ur.ier. ". . ... '
Stiielp-- some (if Mhr1 dus't our. 'neighbor- has.
been trviinr to throw into the e'i-s'of the AArlo-s.
about th'c "New York Coi'dilioii," must jhivo got. '
into his' 'own' optics; or .perhaps he ' has. been1
struck -blind, for. the same sjn that 'cittsed thc
death of Annahias! . If 'thcjaller. sjiotild lie the '
'nelatielioly truth, it will be. igi uvrful,wanung t'c.
some (itper Lopiifnco editor's weknow. ot.-
. . ' .St.;Lovis, Septi--8, 1S5T.'. !','
Dvirr Frieml:-n my' last'l left the Cuban Lb'rV
erator s ,'mii'athisers'on. thr ni"inv' n. 1 1,' -. :
ing in the Sixth Ward.". That ineetin'g.iitljourned!.'
nt'ti-r .'i:ii nir fi-...t-,l i,!m,,:.i....i - .1. ..:..... . '
. J"."--.".S t-,nA t.iiiniiii 1-1IUL I 1 SOU11I4II1S, IO .
meet at the Court House on the ensuing Salur.--'
.day-night. Dining the.tjme. between 'the; two".-iiicctings,-.
other and.fnpre .imjiorlriiit news1 was--'-'-roccived,--yyhieh
tilled the Court Hbtisc Qti,.Sat-.''.
unlay tivoVcrllovyig.-. In the meantime ix firmuik-,' :
ruimtHiii. cmanailliiriTonrllie-aiili-re i.n',
.tive German, lia'rfy press -of the tiuseitreSi X-j
H'eJi n.if calling .lUiicc'iing of all the'.'' Good .'((- ' "
... S. 7- - VI v 111 t.uvill ()ie .
Sabbath) to meet at 1 o'chiek p.'m., Saturday, to'.
'form -ii inournful )rocoss-nnr-"for .the Ii I'ly" iia-. "'
triols.'.vvh'o'had Ullcn bciieath the leiid jf!the''.'
Spaniards.'- U11011 -'the malinrr i.iii.1; .j- .1.:..
i-tr.y 1 Lransiai nut. inose 111 in.-i.r-i.i 1......I-: .1.:.
inonuncuiinaito the English papers, -with- hardly: '
all.eveei t inn 1--11111, ,,,,1 l.,il. II. I r. ..'... I.. .: . r
- . 1 ,1 xui
But, despite the wishes of. nine-tenths (Kf the ''
f-liz?"- proves;,,,, was had.. -Thie' CliMircd '.- '
it, .1 ',tii,,4..,....1 1...I Hi It . -.. I-L . . ..
.... ....i.oiweu uui. uiiuoii.il, ami upwartl's ol 400
oHhein belonged lo the Social Reform1 A ssocia'"
tion; or FreeThinkers,'(or rather -Anti-Chris-thin
Society.) ' Let it be saidtq the"cTcdit el; the ..
city, that not one Ainer.i.-an.'as-foiiii(rin". tjie
procession; It" consisted entirely oV GenfiaiisV '
. The meeting pn Saturday pa.ssed sev -eral. res
olutions, extiressing sympa'thv. with the unlortu- '
liato utcn. who Were shot by-ilie Snaiiisli' ( :......
Jul;, condemnatory ol" the Aneriean Cotisul 'at ' "
H-avajia,'Mr. Owen, tor his unmanly aiid' mi-'
Jhiiericvn toiuhtel diiringthcirexeciltion; ankiiie
Uie President to relnnve .1.;,,,: .,.f h '
their belief that the-'e"pedil fun. was jijM; " K'
- iiiium, ine vuuau ijiuerators have been the
Jircvailing.tojiie'of thought tlufing the.i'ia'st fw,. "
w ccks-, 10 me exclusion oi- every . .
But the news received, by the Tch-'i'., ,!, (,l,! '
hvo-or three days back, and since. eonlii',ne.,-tJ,ai '
Lopez had been taken-d f-iubtcl, In,-tciuh-d '
- ....j ... ..w.v.,.,.,,. i., eoiiniiiM-.iiiif. extent
As many of, your readers inay lud understand
the meaiiinir of t he lihrasi. .'...,;.,..-,.; - :
not' come amiss to cxjilaii, .it.. Th, earotc-iT'a '
remnant of the dark ages, used by ,L inn, l '
tors, as a sj stem of caj.ital. punishment. 'The
lierson lo 1 ,i. ,r , ,.,.i...l . :.. . i -. . . "
'. . .' ' iiatjeu wj no mi ....-...
, .- . , l p" iw iu. test -Wltlin,-
two semicircular "grnoves" ofiron; whiehir .
united by a screw. Tit., iv "
cnair. ins neck-is i, Li-.-, ... a., s ' - . .
'. . A'-lllorrr lurns Hi..
Hie in.! MU. : . ' '.'
i , - uio nrains ot in.
'"""s"' ''"-" i-vi-r invented. So ej.sthe:
expedition (othe Island ol Cuba " u w , " '
h-.st for so,,,,,-, ilno lo eoiiK- 1-prove.
rsome time last "week, sw-i-.i 1 ! " c '.
was jmi.ed to c ohl ,1 , , , - w ,VH'4! W!B
Hjeicpon, a com,,,;,,)- f G, , ''
al least, limst ol Hu m wi re, surrou, I. ,1 .1 V '
and made tvto ,",, .i,;. .. . :' i'.l-":r.'-'! U'( M'Ji'.'Use,
-mere,; 'u V. V-ILVT 'ri, '
'iatel i tl,,- f r ' M" worth.es n,sU.
a free ennccrf, cmli,,..- will, .. . le ,,l,m "
pniain.nc. GeMi,'," Ii 1 r Vk ""l "l10" '
iroceedi'd to s, ' , ' ",?.. v' . 'L"1 U.ev
-dcredthe.cn.p s Z T't w.uW
d iMi.iish;,,.. .1,' w 1 ' iu'eidio,,
th-n. ,lri,1(r hV, ,, i " ' , a,"l" hto
nu ll upon li e m .... . A " ' r l n polices
"lieu tin, ,ii
I , .. ...... . ." I"'"
jive or six ,r' ,1,,.,.',,,
ui ioie oi' j,,,,.,.,
., n. reel l i. ,,, ......... . i
i iiiii-s ,,n
"i me. e r,v..r. i
"'".:e, iKTiinr'- A,
.... in-. . " arc nvi i el i il...:..
t- r.-e of b;::'r:,,T''v,''',iii!
.. v,,.t,, nun ii par-
- .. j-it-i, ur-al.
"' ."' -' fs