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i . IX)ra8IANA. MISSOURI. 1
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of publiihert of paper to say: whit shalLlpaared in th. last two number of bttrpa-
and what h all not appear in their colitmnsi!perVrOf thai charge we amply lay, wa
but when the voica of the people that tap- man who wrote them wrote a ridiculous
port tlioae papers it smothered upon a tab- falsehood. They were' written ? by re
ject that much concern them, it shows jspeetable gentleman, whole names can be
a dread of the truth, and a neciea of noliti- had whenerer tt oecome necessary, ev-
. Twelve line er less, first insertion, 75
. Each additional insertion, . - 38
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' JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness
and despatch, cheap Tor cash.
- ;S' REDUCTION OF PRICE,
"TWe are' happy to be able to stale to the pat
rons or the Banner, that for the last two years
circulation has been gradually increasing,
wimdiu any esons .rom us, and at no tuna las
.tair than within the last month. We have been
.eaoMiraged by thia fact, to make the atperiment
( reducing the price ef cur paper to oh ml
iwrt -.surra .per" copy, in advance, or
eight oopies for $10. Old subscribers entitled
to the same privilege by paying up all arreara
js.'. ;This are think we can afford with an ad
ditional circulation of two hundred copies.
, We now for the first time appeal to the friends
rof the Banner to lend us their ait in procuring
that circulation. ; i If each of our present subscri
bers wilt: tend us a name, we will have more
than double what we ask.
' ' Below we publish the names of a number of
'gentlemen Who are authorized, and requested to
act as agents for this paper to receive and re
ceipt for money due thU office :
Mai. William Blakey,
,. A. W. Lamb. . .
t. Samuel Smith,. .
Dr. John C. Welborn,
, Aaron Hendricks.
cal tyranny seldom exercised by a free press
in a free country,
. BENTON fc VAN BUREN.
Will someone of the blind worshippers of Col.
Benton show the people of Missoilri the differ
ence between his position upon the slavery ones
tion, and that occupied by Martin Van Buren?
The Union, under its newly imported conductors,
appears to be his special advocate in the State
wid that paper consent to give the people the cor
rect information upon this subject? We call
rupon it if there is a difference between the posi-
iions si uiwe men iq mow n io me people , ana
if it fail, then to hang out its true colors and
battle for Van Burehand Barnburnerism as well
as for Benton Yes,'vo!ers of Missouri ! your
Senator ,ohce the pride of your State, has beheld
with a covetous eye, in an evil hour, the chair
of Stats, and thrown himself, body and soul,"
into the arms of the "Free Soilers" of the North!
era! numbers of that paper have also kept
continually mouthing about a question pro
posed to the Bsnner and its writers." We
have answered the question, editorially, in
almost every number of our paper.: I We
now tell them no, mo ! NO ! ! we are not in
favor of "nullification as a remedy, or dis
solution of the Union at an alternative, in
the event of She passage of the FFilmotpro
visoby Congress." There are other 'rerne
dies' and 'alternatives' te which we, would
appeal, and hope to see every patriot in the
land rally for the sake of the Union as it is
the constitution and its compromises.
We now hope you will feel no scruples about
answering 'categorically' me questions 01
tin Citxpeech of .OA, Benton; flome tf them upon tha ttpmentouif question now at fou ? 1
bed aeettS speech1, ethers nly the &3paaLw. tSsjatfj
The following Is front westerHBjr Metropoli- I""" -- irwmin- X ' I
tan, published at the Capital of the State, the.pir- OD" "pw , " "JT ? Tfesaaapwita
nnr nnnm. mi Bill K. ..n null. -
ited course of which our readers have all heard -rj-r-r. w.a.ajn
"It is enough for us at the present time that fart is a'VenreientatifGovaraik'.
to ssy, that although we have been for Col. that alt power ia stdhlbe opbbe
Denton, throueu avuanaeooareparuwr a-iDv them exercised, or deieeitdntavAw
bout thirty years, we are now against -.him, bodies; and mat theelectWeTaUaed I
and will be againsth.m forever. ..He has a- States Senator thev have riven ii'all to tin -
oanuonea nis principles aou ins party, uuiijegiiaiiire. oWjJJf, a, greaVUtS jsp
Every Miuourian supporting him how, will be resolutions passed, in Mass meeting, by the
giving more ald and comfort" to the abolition- citizens of Lewis county. We can find no
iststhan ten direct voters to that end io the non- room for anv more. Since then we have
'Dr. Nathan Vannov.'
ar i. r . vvauen,
' , Garrett Minor, ' . ,i
- Increase Adams, ' .
- Thomas Berkley,
- James H. Brttton,
c .T. .Comiok, .
.-, Wajw A. Nicklin, .
Joan K AJlea, ' .
Paynes ville. .'
' ur any vi ue aoove genuemea find it in
ecamment to act as agents, they will please in.
form u by letter. ! Enrroas Basirsa.
-Jnhe 11th, 1849.
We have much matter designed for this
PPr which, we are compelled to lay over
tiU oornext, . We have also several lead
sag and important documents upon the sub
jettbat now engrosses, the public mind of
nissonrt, wnicbwe intend to grind through
the Banner at early as possible. We intend
'to give the whole information upon the sub
": U" We welcome once more to cur columns
the spirited and patriotic, line of "Valeria."
aeB:the ladies come to the rescue, who
oouw tae justice and entire success of our
e:CHOiinA. Notwithstanding thefavora
Me acountt received from th chnlnrs t fit
Liuis and elsewhere during the past two
weeks, reliable information now represents
" ,ncre,,B8 ,a "ry again. This is
wg,.no doubt, to, the negligence of the
"' " ase oi me necessary precsu
uoa ana preventatives. Louisiana alone
we believe, of all .the landings of importance
0 the river, has escaped iu ravages to the
present time. We ars forced to the conclu
sion that the atate br preparation of the
plaoe hat contributed largely o bring about
th result. -, Witli thete facta before us, it
need no argument to convince our. city
ttttorittesandevery citizen, of the aeces
aty of continuing those precautionary mea-
SUl SS. :::'. . -'.. !
f tu t present
It is unnecessary for us to say that CoL Ben
ton fun not avowed himselr in favor of the Wil
mot Proviso all who have read his speech know
u. nis speecn may snow a leaning ton. ina
general sense, but that he is in favor of it, in the
abolition and incendiary acceptation of the terms
we utterly deny. : His address will justify no
sucn ooncmiion. umxt union. .
I u a T Til C 1 . " a I v . . a .
w.v. T p r-K.u ti. rn : . vpresemauvr, wm una si every poinc, Ifroviso. s Thia was done ta h. A
the first and srited resolution n...ed f :f,J?J?rf MarBp:ia thai:tir, a
Resolved, That we a portion of the peo
ple of the Mate of Missouri without dittmc-
uon oi pary, nereoy soiemniy approve oi tucky or wherever that residence may be. win and-Giddingt,1
tneioregoing resolutions, ana pieage our- foi,owin(? u from well known weeks aince, that thia iWabhcaa Senator
seives to maintain mem to uie utmost ot ? : : . . . 4,ont.-.i-.i i-.-n t.- m
Constitutional and leal riaht. Argus ot the Worth-west : I "77 ZTT' r.
wu -uej . iieii iiuuucuvDius canimougQ preuqdiDg to represent tbPMpU
at any time it may suit hit convenience, of thia" State." CoL Benton had kant dark!
"resign" and return to his residence in Ken- (with the exception "of bis yote with Cbr-
snd it Was not Until two
Suppose we let Benton talk for himself.
conclusion of his speech he says :
Very good: they shall know my opinions. And
first, they may see them inmv public acts in mv
proposals for the admission of Texas five vears
1 w .
go, in wmon i proposed io limit uie western ex
tension of slavery bv longitudinal line. I heliev
the lOOdth degree of west longitude next in my
VA f ' LSI, ' I I .
u)uu uio vrcgon uw, ill wiica 1 opposea
the introduction of slavery there and, again in
my letter to the people of Oreeon. in which I de
clare myself to be no propagandist of slavery.
These were public acts. But you want public
acciarauoiw oi personal eenumenu: verv mod:
you shall have them. Mr personal sentiments
then, are against the institutioa of slavery, and
against its introduction into places in which it
doe not exist.' sovereigns
If this is note declaration in favor of the PrwMt
yiso,' it will be judged by his constituents to be
rather ton much of a leaning to it" to suit the Howard
politics of Missouri. He is in favor of all the int
Jni ro?nc whrl he aWe all men should aev:
win make U, r,.- r.ii i : . .
with reUtioa thereto. The proceedings of limb of a vigorous tree, should be loped off. 1,7 7X7? " ir:r-'a
r. . .. .4 . . I !.. :. " ...I i- IT 1""wiiic anew OOUIlBSjet
nowara come riguiswe up wita care;' and vuui.ui.uaw iUB wulo UUuk. tht ,ubiect upon which thev tm..ama i
. a .a aal Y . l- a T ' er ,w
ourworo lor it, me voice oi me people wiu . iiow we wui give you a seaument from instruct mm. - J bus at once assuming tos
come up in tones ot thunder from every the ( North-eastern Reporter, a spirited wrds those who bad made him all that la
hUland valley in the State 'Every thing democratic sheet published in Canton, Lew- w,s defi"c and tuperiority utterly m.
II cnnnl. . I . ..-.m w. 1Wp VI CBimilWn
...... .. ind nitnuiitil . '-:ri.. j.li .r : . i.
The meeting was enthusiastic and the W will not attempt to express, because tion has been, alwav. r.-. i.
.... . I. If.jl ,. I .. . I. J" M
icsoiuuons are iuu ana explicit, covering "" "v i.nKugc airoag wnougii, our article in. the Democratic church. So a
the whole ground. The following are given dsg,u,t nd ina,gnat,on tl,e arrogance of cred and cheruhed has it been that it has
. 9 O I thai lAn (Til Birr e llaasl mttt4 I h a aa vai. nnaaMad sp ! a . .1 . t
"J "" m' mu uiauTior reiecied it. if i ;. t.nA i v.'
-.1 1-1 .1 . J - - MW, ... um
-vTB-tatlsere4 voice of the tctni.
'Iff published & the Banner of the 28th
ultimo, the tpirited and patriotic resolutions
passed ia mass meeting by the citizens of
"riaa county, irrespective of psrty, up
OB (Jie subject of the slarery question, io
compliance with a request contained in the
last resolution for "the 91. Louis ttepubli
caa, Si. Louis Union, Democratic, Banner,
r,rff BUr Metropolitan,: and other
papersiathe State'to publish them. In
tha ssme umber our paper we called
Sr0?? 9s dUor and Idre w
nr pen aeroet.thf proceedings of the raeet
iS lm the aumbers addressed fo the above
.taad papers td insure attention. .Though
. a)irj f asscd, : tha Barnburner
peters of .fit. Louts have not eondsteended
to let tho peosle ' of Warren ' ba. h,A
l.colamat, . -Th IfetropoUfaa
self and the Legislature. He endeavors to
iiounn;iin;rtnp.ik., .... c."""e J
VH w . m v. u u iuu vt escape
any other apostate from theit cause.
l m nw sT aa-
gain.' In the two last numbers of that pa-
per ub eaitort or the Banner are chareed
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE;.
We have already published a part of the
received the proceedings of a meeting held
in Jackson, the county seat of Cape Girar
deau, that was admitted by all to have been
-THE TONE OP THE DEMOCBATIO"
t7l k a tu,. ; : zz I
ra.vx. jz, j , air JSiOrroa x .uiirjl
ia resoonae of the Democrat-1 . 1 have wttv
id press of theStatototht) n4ppeal;ajJefler:the sUnd'srbichypi , -tditor hKaJ
i wilt make his own motto ring in bis earstnational euestion is sprunz udoa ni-r-naa
like flie startlkig and alarming notes of a I of deep and vital imoortance.. not. onel
death bell f Every thing for the cause, no- ome h"e fooliahly ststed, involving sjssiy
thing for men.". . ; ; ; , . .;, : .. ,! . , ly the toleration bf ,sIaTerjljii the uavly ao
; J.ue lonowing.ia- irom ' na wiasagowii , ,.."yrTi7vf ar
( Howard. Couoty), Banner, ,IU;lag..g. mT
will tell the character of tbeiheet i : . , p.eal5 inifrZ i.
Altogether, we regard it as the most ex- Imv heins; allowed WMrrv m alav nn. t
franrtinav arfdrvaa . ra h,v mwmr mttmn. l3i i.''i'i 1.1 T.. r -
coming from a public servant to his consti- I mav ha Ve done Tostlwio as mneh towaSa -. I
tuents. " After havirie e'nioved the honoralaeviuirine it:aMn Niw.rn ..' i
and emolument of the highest
gift ofithe people of Missouri, f
twentyfiva years; for the whom of which be ejly, be i, hardship; hu( it weuld soon pan
! lnffaKtofl in narlv Anil n.i4 AManivtliAiit .... ' H .1 ' I - ' ' V. ' .
".'';""'-w rrj r""w ii""w' iwiy, ico uioie wne oomo aitar me would
..... ......e.i,vij j5w. hjivh wwu- luret iue wrong: o,uj nofcso wim. toe Ota
bers to "reflept the will of their coastitu- er: wnene 'aggretsionsl'ol fie Tedirai ': -ents:"
after evincing the most uneoverria- uoon,the State government snafl b iiZ
ble rage that anyone should for a moment pelled when, a great central ioTernaumt
one of the largest, and most enthusiastic V " , rmu"rr mVuu, " ""8U V' ,u! n1 re"M,uog""""a aii thou J
u" o "M,0,"V atruction" after tliiindrinr forth ana in inil !.. J::j; t 'J'?-' n i
, . . . . i - - uwit. ma, uitiub u9 ivu uincu. ana ail i
ever held in the county. The proceeding again the motto of'evety thing for the cause, thebulwarka MafprptedTState torere JnS ' I
aa published would make naar three columns nothing for men," Senator Benton, at from central 'dependence' shall "beT ovei'l 1
id our paper, which 01 course cxciuues weir ""e1" " hii; uvo gaiuiiurowD, o wnai source are we to look far v
appearance. Suffice it to say that both Kroa .Mis?u Democrats, appealsltx the p,btecUon 'Bal I almBW ndw dueusa v
papers published there, represent the meet- Sr5t?iiW5Si IJe4ert.of tii. MPr M U tUffiei .
f , . f. . ... , , their representativet,and indirect violation that it it now uwn ns; fwced, toot u-oa as 4
ing as large and enthusiastic and the whole of every principle by which hit poUtical against our wishes. OiwUgffiraVtha
south-west united as one man against the course has heretofore been governed. discharge of what they deemed duty ial 1- '4
Proviso, and the position of CoL Beuto'u. ' We opine that Col. Benton, when, he at- strucfed David R. Jtclisoh and Thomas 15. f
Speeches were made by Gen. V. W. Wat- tffn,Pt to rray the people against their B.nton, both Democrats; tovote against thi '.H
isn.iwa. . s a a a ssaw m-ss it w mm iuht ui UMin 1 ubsb
Next come, up the clarion tonespf H5ChS i
of old Howard. On Monday lhould Bott Bi.dly. consider him io vet: but "B.&;".Waf I
fbeine Court day with them all) the if he choose." to throw ..id. .11 th. to-. F"' .uu" 0 . . . 7, r . , W W" I
. w 1 " - " '"Ik mnn ia ia n an mniaiai.sirkaaaaav
freemen of Greene. Platte. Livincston and cherwlied doctrines of our Dartv. and toiet ..j t. ? . . . .5 i
' ' O I... ar r . UBHa aUUU vfaBk UIDUvilI Kfl Tal.SlM narBMf Ba law h aVa i 1
counties, assembled in Mass meet- defiance the principles of instruction and I wa0 had win?vL ih.!r . I
(a at their respective Court Houses, to lt0",&,1e' why th we, Tai benison. for Efm,! with that pridVaad ar" I
a asa v nv a lias .NMaaaaKIak .11 0 ft a -
as a specimen
lroviao nrnnMMth. MA tnlAn. Is t a at . . .1 "vw
J r -...-.VMV j vviiai a nrnmniiTBisj lUtVir VIS Wl U1HH1 Illal llHVfirY I . I a a
sional lenslatimi- of ,u., fr. ... ' . ... " ' . " always ocen our motto, anu
, I . 7. - - . i question, ana me poeiuon pi vOi. semon no exception in this case.
uuw irM . n a a nwr .n ..m . . wv.im... ... . . .... - .
..... . Mw .iw.ii hivi vi ? iiuiv pro
viso, he is in favor of Benton's proviso. He is
in favor of plucking this little laurel from the
brow of 'Davy,' to plume aa the crowning feath
er the cap of Tommy; He says, too, he is no
slavery propagandist This is more of Benton's
sophistry. He evidently tries to create the im
pression that the South ia trying to force slavery
into the Territories. The slave-holding States ask
Tor no extension or slavery. They simply ask
to leave the question with the people of the Ter
ntories to settle themselves. If. when they form
weir otate constitutions, they prohibit slavery
we ooutn will say amen I
2? M Congress has the power to prohibit
or admit slavery, and no one else." Such
was the assertion of Col. Benton in his late
speech at Jefferson City. And bow does
Col. Benton undertake to prove it? Does
he any where point to the clause in the
constitution that warrants the assertion?
Does he make an argument to that end from
the ipirit or letter of that instrument? Not
he T , Then how does he prove it ? by quot
ing the opinions of others and pointing to
precedent. We submit the point to a think
ing public. , The opinions of any one will
not do, who, according to hit showing, has
oeen on botb sides of the question. Pre
cedent is no fit test of constitutional power,
mougn it i against the , Provisoists as can
be readily shown. We have never seen a
-yrwea, i nat we, a por ion ot tl.e peo- others to which the people have long been .trueele between Adams J.hVa JTI 1
pi. of the State of Missouri, without dis- demons of calling him Jacount-iJerrry ScKast th.
tion of party he.eby aolemnly approve of democrateels H-5y.a,it swells in his heart .in,Ub. will I of the new endftoi Sal I
the forgoing resolu ions, and pledge our- -rises to his tongue, and but for the im- period he sunk St?! ! P.!' 5!. J i I
selves to maintain them to the utmost of potence of laneufee, would find utterance ' n.T ";deeP loV o: f
constitutional and legal rights. i tones of thuKde? B"n evf r "collected John Scott, except at
w n..t i ".Tf l . .T: warning and example to those who vW 1
A. 7i . I . t """.'f'T -voi. oenton win nna this no Aarrf . disobey the will of hn .flntii,.u ,v -raiai 5
gandists-that we do not ask or wish Con- Ut movement. It is a movement of th. . H ."L.f ',l.lt?t,U. ... f I
r f . . . .. - Tviiaii, w u i rmd i m iiim lnH s
TfsB a nta.. emav leaaaa fthaa vni
r - - jvwrv.y-i ..'HSLtiwuk iiiv lj tako. ' . a riiE.ivainama. ata blv aar ii - a - m
would be to extend slavery; but as the there may be some few exceptions but thevK.Z 1
South ha. a common interest in the territory LH f- Ind! , 111 .Jf. "1 gM f " f that time-hoporsd, 1
acquired by the common blood and tre.'-Co ftf Bu : ".? f" uommonwe. th, attempted, after ha had J
f th. i... ...... :-- .. I f - - 6 oeen instructed bv the I-i.Iatnr. M
... . . I Il.aBuMa-ij-..akr 1. aV ! aTV i"lth. aa a m a. i. . - a H . i 4
cured by her equal rights under the ssme "io uranunwer unrom- B-me: ne is now dead.- Ued reit J
bond of union we only ask that the aues- cfci ,n "peaking of the Appear savs: nw,0.un. A, er btra, and tber will tell i
.a It ' T IwAII . I. 1 . " . -
tion may be left fo the wisdom and wish of The reader will find appended to th. VaZ " . 7 0wnuvitt, a plea-,
w.i.iv um.ifc, Mmirvi ni ill. aHiku .rti.. iu.i. in.ii , , o uivn wuw win i
. . ". "7 r,.4UO ""roPmmnt6 come after him to avoid hi. w.Tnr.ru' 1
cavii scuience oi wmon. we venture th.l...ki . . t. ; U
AND STILL THEY COME I
eacil sentene. nl aiKtnh ......... .u. I .. .: ..r,.
..b-h;a Jmi.:. 3. " ";VVT. u" eranie cases might be cited to prove how '
e vVrv t the rebokM of a betrayed pvople!
Make way for a voice from the owA-every true-hearted democrat in Missouri, h.v
... .If . . . ... .. .11. n a. . -1 1 1 . -I
. . 1 I J ft "w W.. Wl
From the St. Louis ReveilU, Jftutral
" ut mb two a nave snvan snmcavj
. we nave just received the spirited ;."?"."' g v an expression of This article int.nd.d il, r;". ..iV "
passed in Mass meeting in ?P" which we know iaentertained has been ineentihlv tWr'
eld by the cit.n. of Gra.n... Th. 5?
goes up from every corner of the wrinnVcourse
i w - - - -Tr"i r m. nur nannnv' a ar riiat a-taa, am. st..a .
more vulnerable speech1 eminat. fmm it.. ,nout
Hon. Senator. It is sophistry first. ,nd sut,everT thing for the cause, nothing
sophistry last. It commences by drsgine ' . en- ne ""O10"0"" pointed and We received last eveninir the remainder
Calhoun before the people of Missouri. andcl"r C0Tering ne "" ground that is as- 1 Benton's late speech at Jefferson city.. We not tee j the St. Louie Union is hardlv con.
.t . . l.nm.il in Iha rnll-Dini Invesomedavs since, the nomtion ha ummu iniawI.MIil .-.f.Vt.v;.' , J i .
.na. oy.voiamgiue real issue between him- . . dm i.tU r K "Z" Liri-'n.: "7
our Banner is the bar nan that aa a
t light here now th. Whig papers ar. all foe.
dsr'ot Benton; th. sterling Metropolitan w. do
.. We not tee j the St. Louie Union is hardlv con-
l-l f I ver7, andTh" eTaiat
the territories is one which belongs ex- property into the new territories. ? t! these I cabut!!v Ji
ushre y to the people thereof, and it is for views, the only addition made by the Colonel in JLnXlGm J 8 '
time wilt aawes waaa out. '
on dsnoiwe: thia aati- i
vicnii luoDiuv wuiuun 1x100 nw ma iiami in 1 ... - - c . t-t . - 1 .
. . "-I.. . . . - -J innilhirnan . TV .
th.ini ,.t.a. - . r.C . , lucin aione, in organising a State eovern- ine ,MWr partortne speech," is a bold and ? V . , vof.,efiuion. in iaa)
wZ.T!r a t r ment t0 deterain W-ther they w5l I toler- fa vo ?flhi of th. Wihno? pTo- SJJJ tW- Md M 51
the people are not thus to be fnehteued ate or nrohihit alav.nr tk...:.' Iviso in principle, and of his eonvWmn f,i,. r-j. ya will, hit demaffoffismasdisvJ.wadf.'th.5
pnocipie, oi non-inierierence ncsoivea, mat we have teen and read """ ff'wu m practice, : . , i n uu wi.r.rauroaa. - ' J t
by Congress upon this subject, nor drawn wilh "rpriae th. appeal of Col. Benton. !IL e.Llh?Jniaind.er f "peechU
a. . a I. B...I n . - ja ... IAaaDIl
.a .a " ---- vvMa II.1..B1 Ha. anafl. , a..Jl. . a B ... .
Aasembt. th. k" uenerw Jaokson, and some half dozen member, of the
hVld tha.nl.t J6Ct .f ,Uvery We Le?i1tu' of Missouri, to whom Koofea to
hold that aU Senators are the creatures of attribute the enUre.mrfhavinei,MaedthTto.
O-Tb. last numbef of the Record cou- legislativ. Action, .d a. such. I I bound ?n to l.r?, "
taint several articles .bout the Banner, obe power which created them. " assertion of his conviction wat with the rnJZ
wuivu wo ucem too euiy to notice; one orl ' 11 . uui poraons, ue memoera of
two of its assertions, however, we wiU'no-l U.BALTm ' .T" .C,T"- of wL11&
Uce,lert it ,.y innocently repeat th. if.??'' H Ta tlL7-TT
v" "ouiy- oi wmon died off - ""g"- wu wsuir exiractt
cholera. The fearful ewdemio ia evidniT. lh Missouri Democrat.' Rm.tfcu,
- ( ' . J waai v ww-B-ewaa
fyfctfiv&, Itlstherightlwith writing th. communication, th.".!- J T 5r to be , ftund.rd, St Jossph Gazette,' Springfield
TfcT. ,-.i?v ."ii .; i .1 . , " , B" 0"P the guard.--. Louts Etming. Union, Slh inti.l Advertiser, &c. -t o ; :: -r .., i "!U: u
Hon. Jamks S. Gaxrji.Tkis disUnirmsh-
ed Democrat d.Bvered . DolMcai tneech w
ia Hannibal on Toesdsy last 3 The "Cou1
riar, In era&Watiig upoa his speech, taytP
. gainst both,, tkt- eontiitutfoBalitT and "
padiaucy legisUtioa by , Congrese em
cermnff iU Haalsfl.u:.- W tl:
clanng Liself at t!....,a ;. .. j.i... .
' mined to stand y th UoTon 1 f h ' alt ' eirteV-' 1
gcucies.' ) lie usA! iuitsl. --.i;.