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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARUU
O. CLEME.tS, ErtTOB AWP PirSLt8HEa
We understand that the Louisiana and
Middletown Flank Road hot been stopped
by the , numeroua law-suits against the
corrtpnny for, amages. Sixteen of these
stilt, wfir Vi tridd at this term of the Cir-
cuit Court at Bowllogreen. Twoth!rds of
the road has been graded, but only about
fifty yards of plank laid down, and that in
one of the itreets of Louisiana. . "
The office of the Commercial Advertiser,
n doily paper rmHlsbid at Chicago, III., was
I. L . .a i" I . .
uiuu uu aim .aesirovea recently hv n
deputy herui;4sder pretence furnished b
. unon;y oi a. distress warrant for fifty dol:
lara due for rent. The biitioge Is supposed
t 16 have been instigated by the managers of
(the Macomb County Dank, whom the edi
tor had denounced as insolvent and dlshon
.. cit,nnI who did not dare to "face the rau
ic' In court.' ' ''' ". ",
" i The editor of the Bloomington Republican,
nd'seme other persons In the Interior, are very
.' Uhjly blaratng the business men of Hanni
bel with 'the locution of the Railroad, supposing
It was done with a view to speculation in new
town lots. Our business men have enough to
do' to 'attend to their own business. There was
. but one direotor from this place, and he tried to
bring about a postponement of the location. The
business men of Hannibal had no mere to do
with determining the location than that respect-
a Die individual who nns so long bsea the sole
eoctipsntof . the moon. The route chosen was
adopted because it wat the shortest in running
.tiros, and the cheapest in construction, and for
. no views of private advantage In any form or
Ross, in our neighbor W town. Qseole, weJLodl
in tmnait iniimr.u i - -w:mks
t . ft.. 1 . I
vvrii.uAi tost. yuring the early
part el this" free, this at 1 and fcarlett ad-
vwteiandfdefe.iderwf tM tempersnce re
form, Visited, ttyl tows, id delivered a se
rits otleclitmi t 1ortl I .ni:..
. nd;althoftgbrtheWbject Is old and
iiacKne yea , ana we naa supposed loni?
eince worn out, yet In the handstfr,Mr
""in Tf ui iiiTBiiou wim in iDiBren inn
fattened the attention of the listener for
more than 'an hoiir and a. half to4ethfer.Lt
Tbe Jpeaker'.-sty le of-oratory-ttr fleatingjj
navtog a periPCi command ol language the
mom io.rcible and impressive, and hit figures
ana iiiuiirauons so plain at to be easily un
derstood' by the most common understand.
inOF. The series amhracarl Innr larlnra
Which resulted in twentv accenatona in tha
memDersnipot the Division, and a fresh in
fusion of teal and i determination to the
frienda of reform to hold .an their iv. end
combat with renewed energies',' the delete
nous ana aemora aim? enacts of "tha worm
of tbe still." , Mr. Ross has rjrnmlsad In vi.
it this place again at no very distant day.
raoy success uuena his eflorts wherever he
may go..1 . ... ;
j5oob Ctlecttb Ctorrj.
' '''..... nx o ADviEtunro
1:uLN D,AII,y JOURNAL.
Ewh Iniertion ifHrwurdf, To aoi a Half Crnls a
IHie.. , .
,.'A4ystthemetitt will be published frem sis totwstvs
dyi at Two Csnts a Liut lor each luitrllon, includinf
111 firtt ... ,.
tVe understand that Macon county will retain
ncr siook in me Jlallroad.
?T5"Col. Benton liai writun . I.h.. i. n
Grata Brown, Esq., a representative of the city
tiiv lumouri Liegisiaiure, in
wbioh he aays, in referenoe to the many Inquir
es if he will be a candidate for the U. S. Sen
ate, that At will be, and advises his friends in all
the counties or the State, te run a Benton ticket,
and get the anHm aud whigt to run their sept
rate tickets. .
From the Warsaw Democratio Review.
(THAT XJJs 'BOSS,'
Who has been lecturing on temperanoe, and
advocating the . Maine liquor law, in various
parts of the country, will be in this City, about
the first week in Aprilhe is at the present
time, making tour in the South-west. VTe
learn that hit lectures at Springfield, and other
plaoea, have had a salutary effect upon the pub
iio mind.' The way he rakes down liquor deal
ers in general and dram shops In partioular, is a
in in the estimation 'of; aj tinlert. We learn
that during his stay in Springfield,, some etghty
perrona Wne4 -the i Senti' t that; plao. ' So
lookcout.'be is tomingfcud'Uke our,, word for
it, he is Vtesis.j Wa .bespeak forhina good
hearrng-fwer want the people ef the Surroun
ding 'pouiury, as well at town", to coma out and
hear tiimherwin.peVnpsl remajn and lecture
for severs) f . ", ' ,", .'i-t; '" .
Some Are Suites have already adopted a law
prohibiting the manufacture or tale ef ardent
spirits,' and the subject is now being seriously
agitated 'in most of the other Bute even in
Missouri. . lately . called the "tar west," this
watok'Hret of the Temperanoe army are begin
ning to burn. It it manifest to all, that a pro
hibitory law it growing in favor--the best men
in the. country , are leudiny ttt their influents,
and ere the end of the next session of the Leris
lature, it will require more than a petition, BUtty
feet long, of the raw foreigners andblaok guard
loafer of St. Louis, beaded by a few political
demagogues, to keen it dawn. )lutwe did .not
intend to extend this artiole let every body
come and hear 'Ross," especially, those who
n in rvnr rvf iha linlinr IrafRrt.' . 1 1 1 ' '
The. following; account of the doings f Mr.mount-ablolute sblr mistress.'.'
XAT tXDZMJUTi JUlXXIACX. m
I job, tii tcoxFD o itaroao;
. i . ' I (Continued.)
Whtn the insolent AfllWAF tin liar tneiifts7a Wtisi
communicated to the lady of the mansion and her
father's friend bv tha indimunl tlrmn.
long deliberation ensued as .to the course which
appeared moil prudent to pursue. Whether
io qua me neuse herseir, and repairing to the
Soottish capital, there nlaoe licnalf undp rro.
teotion of the Courts ores pel Musgrave from
ivsniora, ana employ legal force, U neoessity
reauired It. Were nolnU tht wra rii'ii!inl
. . . v ------
'On one hoint. Mv ' annflnimJ ttia AX in
tleraan, 'opinion is formed. The sooner this
wretohed profligate knows his true position
toe oeuer ana i would counsel that, as hs
laoks courtesy to attend you, , we repair at once
together tehe hall, and in the pretence of hit
ruffian associate, of whom, touching your fath
tr't death. I harbor tlurk niinioiunt ulnnnaan
prise him that tha imaginary rights of a husband
must be exchanged for suohelemoiynary boun
ty as, in thy charity, thou may'st be pleased to
coiner upon ma ouioasi, . . i
. 'I bow to thy Judgment.' Sir and we will at
once get over this painful. ' but prudent inter
view, , ,
May Anderson imagined thnt aha' knew tV
full extent of her hnaband'a vnrtlil-.in. ikba
felt that her' affections had been misplaced, her
eonnasnce abused, and she attributed the death
of her father indirectly to the orimlnal career
of the rout Who had first won har lava, and af.
tenyards disdainfully rejected it. But that he
would insult hsr by the introduction of a cour
tesanmock the' memory of her father, ere the
grave bad soarqely closed upon him outrsre,
every ordinance, human and divine this
thought never crossed her mind. When she
deoended the stairs, the was prepared to find
him emnloved at tha wina-cun with hi nmfll.
gate companions but When she saw him with a
-l i- at.. t.a .
rivai. in nis arms, wiinout an attempt at conceal
ment in broad day, and in her awn hall that
disoovarr was indeed astounding.
When a mild, endurinr disnotitioa is rnmad
by repeated injury to resentment, indignation
J ii v. w av Tiumniij spreMBU, UUl II Wll.
be more permanent than that of a fierv tamcar.
easily etcited, and as easily appeased.
Good God! can I credit the evidence of my
own senses)" exojaimec Mr. Cnmerori, reoQ.il
inir back from the centra of tha ronm r ad nun'
human profligacy reach thus far?' 1
Claudine sprang from her .luver's knee,' and
hurrying to the window, : hastily ' closed the
double. . round, ner inroat,' and endeavoured to
femtha iinha jiahavallail Imiui .nJ ik.
eneath her Hdiag cap while . Musgrave,. at
lounata ai ine presence, of her he had te fear
fully deceived, was' speechless'. But,' ttraage
at it mhrht annear. Mav Anderson ratainad har
firmness through the soene. ' . . '
-''And wat this heeded." tha said, in eatni. da.
hberattA aooetKsJ Addt'etiihg the guilty; man)
"was thia needed to complete "the measure of
VOUr lltanr WaiiM it not nnn'ant win imil.f
the false pretenc bf love, td win Atbo-conftding
neari, and men laoerate It by unmerited neglect
Would it not aufflaa ta daalmvlha Hakail krw
nlnasa that ralcrnad In thia nuiat riiaalllnte 5-
den the declining years of a loved parent with
unavailing , sorrow --ana may mav en pardon
mt If 1 Wron. thaa hv tha thnimKt aaiuul k
thv Ttroflisrala nrnnaadinoa a tourna nrawall
fatal, tf indeed thou didst not abet his murder,
. wet. ee . . a a a ' . ' . a v.
i nw wouia s. aaa insult xoo ana that under a
roof where thy wretohed dupe reigns paramount.
Ay eure noi, dui mars ine. word weiu para
. a 1 i 1 I . ; .a-. etaaa .a .
i nou nut
one who feeling she has become a dUgraca.to
wofflshas, spith wprban aj purity sbandned
the vt y garb womte wears. And this, too,
in the present bf a Wif a .J Inftraous' villain!
thy wife knowt despises, knd abandons thee"
I She. turned, and, was about to leave the room,
when Claudine. whose aiaitabla ienroer htd
bn stimulated by the wine with which Mus
grave and she had sealed their reconciliation,
arid irritated by the presence of one who had
nominally, usuroed her nlace. and exnressed
opinions which her frailty conscience would have
Emitted true, but which a proud, bad woman
like herself fuundY"7or that very cause, intole
rable, Spranff forward from lha window, and
laid bet. band upon) the shoulder of the retiring
tile, May Anderson indignantly eielaimed:
'Off, thou impure thing thy touch It
poisonous. Go press these arms around
that heart-struck felon mv honorable and
respected husband will d ulv aitlmnfa thv
chaste embrace; am but a unfe,
"v oman, tnotf art no wire; and thou, not
I, art Mussravtj'a mutren' exclaimed Clan
dine, with flashina eves. v 'i ' . v
Ah! what sav'st thouf exclaimarl Mr.
CdmerpB.i . .. 1 1 .
'The truth! look there. Ha will not rlara
satnsay it. am hb wife, and fAou.f and
she looked contemptuously on: poor May,
(fivis, pauern oi purity! art but hie Jeman!'
itlUSirrave'B Waa em tv rnnnni I. a
- d m . . wvm. ... . . m
Quarrel his blade was raadvt in
shedding he had slight compunction, but
ine sudden discovery of his ruffian conduct,
the consequences, petal and pecuniary,
wmtii no anew must attend it ail i mcb
home to his cuillv soul: and a man. wna.
ally rtmarkable for hardietst and effrontery,
semen Jia h no naa oeen paralyzed. .
May Anderson, like Ona whn .lllalllnnad
the evidence of her senses, leaned for sap
port aaainst a hieh-backed chair, while har
: . . " . .
guaramn aacressed the stranger.-
'Let me understand thee corrertlv ha
tald, 'art thou in truth married to him?
When did that ceremony take placet
Vyhere ', i
Claudine imnatienllv Intarrnnfad him
and plucking a paper from her bosom, she
pui u mio iur. uameron's hand. 1
'There, read that document earefntlv. and
1. t. .11 . L I . . . .
n ii an me iniormation you require will be
found. . . - i . . .
to It CWinwerf. .
CoUllTXBrtlTl. Turn dnlUr nnlaa nP iU
Southern Bank of Kantuckv fOwamhorn
I i I . . . .. . . A 3.
urancni are in Circulation at Whae iina. It
tamblet the original Very closbly. " A defect,
however, in the vicnetle tha aavla
executed, and having a blurred appearance.-
,11, :,if .-
A JeW onca lent a larva annv nr mn. a .
man of whom he had professed great friendship,
but instead of charging the usual rate of 6 per
mm, am cnargea v per cenr. i m borrower re
monstrated, and asked the usurer If he believed
mine existence of a Oodr
lie replied he did. 1 1
"Do you not fear." asV-ad lha HaKia- ( a
aot an unlawful interest from a f riead in His
igutr" , , ... ,
"Ah." exclaimed tha old Hahraw. u,lth
grin, "I thought of that,, toot but when Ged
looks down it from above the 9 will appear like
a 6. ' rr
!i ;.. .,1 .. i I . ii 'r.l l.'f hi
"Daddv. taid a vouns honef ul. lat'a aa iha
nlna.nln allaw and rnll '
"Roll 1 boy, what do you know about roll,
tngf" ;( (. .;, . (: i. ,7
"Me kaow about f' Why, loan roll your
darn'd eyet out in lest than ten minutes."
AUCTION S AUCTION!!
At ten OXIock scit Satirday Moralnjr,
AT Tim VATI fK-iPRNOR r J VVQM UO0KB,
, . 1 ? jwiiintaie r . ;' I. ii" -.-Ml I
, . - waa w tuji r i
CONtltTINOor B, B-tlSlnr, Bd.i.... Lounn, Mil,
irawt Cnrp,m Ch.lt. T.blcj. Brft,rint fnCnl m
(uuva iivimi aaiuiian aiuTxa. VaUA A ajis
.''. Ant S ImoT '
, ,i Eeaaoned Lumber.
Til atWTt will ka at M Ik klihatt kldd., (ki C..h i. k..
altkoai ntrv. ,, ' ,j..CUSTI,
' AT THE -
FhlladtlpLU CI othla? Store,
"la Commercial Row.
IS X VKBT eurIOR M Clwa af Mm ttytet.
i low. a Um ara kll ll tiaie. .r mni a...
NrUI, irbar caakM Ml M k alM. . W rift Bant. j
PhM,Hntt C, Cftl-I .fa, Latl-a Bhoi. PMk
Ha4khlfk. Blftn. -i-- V tT. L.IT.
- - - . . . . . m .im
lrililit Im, ,.
I oMMr It at traaMa ft kha ft, tat -mMiltl W kluitt
M wall aa la HpK a4 k klc k-4ial, kvatkt ttntM. aa
far a atkrtat Ia4-BW Nr UmIi tnmmt U MUMn,
rhl 1 . iillMViVil; VMAIUBTON, i;
I, i T"
Mr. Gao. ScssaiOTBa. and 1L F.,LaMft.
Kat.aar aaikawtmaai aa M. 4a, .... i. ika .ani..i ... .
--' ' . --. J 1. f nv. ah VUIUHkOlD..
!SJllljnBile-a---aW m n I T! m,mm'.
f,f sfltJ(inat, f htrch Htth, IcW. '
! rrsent--I3fJa HonorL tA 'R. Salmes. A. CI.'
Gam, XI. Writnll, A. Jitles. T. Brice. R.
Qlf Ru4"ner, f, rkhneijer, ! i. D. Do wling, A .-
Robkrds; H. Mrtia. .. ,
' A resolution was offered to repeal the 13tli
section of an ordinance in relation to markets and1
marketing, so as to allew merchants and grocers'
to sell marketing during lhafl(4( tpur, buf not
to buy. ' .M-.'.. 'i
Mr. Dowling and MfrRoVards epDiJied' the'
resolution; on the Jrfound that 'the marlct house'
is the proper place for retailing marketing. It
wss not desirable to encourage, the establishing
of small fish and fresh meat stands at, olHer pla
ces than the market and the profits it the gro
eert are large enough already, without any ef
fort of the Council to inorease them': t'- "
A motion to lay the resolution on the table till
next meeting wat carried. !. l;i';J; :
. Mr. Martin prtstnted petitions"' w!t)i''about
seven hundred signatures tittached to thetn.-in
eluding about three-fourths of the legal voters
ef this city,' besides a' majority of the ladies,
praying the City Council to prohibit the tle of
intoxicating liquors within the city tax. to-grant
no more licenses to drsm sod beer shops. , Mr.
Mtrtin mode an eloquent appeal te the Council
in favor of granting the prtyer of the petitions,
and moved that tha fourth section cl the .ordi
nance in relation to dram-shops' be suspended
for thirty days, in order to prevent the issuing
of any more licenses, giving the Couaell time to
--at their next meeting, make the' ne,cesiary
ordinances to carry out the wishes oVtho peti
tioners. The Mayor said he had given orders to the
Marshal to grant no more licensee at present,
at these petitioners were our masters we must
obey and one of 'the Council remarked' 'they
were our mistresses too. 1 :'! :' '
Mr. Hawkins, the Marshal, remtrkisd that it
WOUld be kis dutv to Vrint linrni- , i'.K.".
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applied to, in the, absence of any alt'tteation or
amendment oi axitting ordinanott.'
, The Mayor thought there wouldJ be, time
enough by next Monday to thoroughly digest tho
matter. He had given order's that' no -unexpired
lieentesshoiild He renewed untU after tne
next meeting of ' the Council,, on "tni 4tK of
April, and none Would expire before the 6lh or.
8th of next month,'.',,'
. Mrl;Robardt thought our. Marshal would1 nott
be obliged to grant, new lioenset,. If sfplicatlon ;
were made, before, the i expiration c the obi
onss, ,i:i i ,: .' j,'1 ' . v .;', J i n- j
l Mr. Settles was ef opinion that the onlv dan.
gar to be apprehended Was that the dram-sTiop.
Keepers, resnng tbe passage ore prohibitory
ordinanoe, might obtain new licenses in other
men's names.' ' , . - ,
Mr. Selmes suggested , that a resolution ha
drawn up suspending for 30 days so much of
the ordinance No; 87 as relates to stautint? linen.
sesto dram-shops, ., . .'n il . 1 -
Mr. Westfall thought the resolution' hAnf
incldde beer-houses."' ' "lt" '.' :' " "
Mr. Martin then offered the fol!owinr'ra'.ni
lutlon: " ' ' " '
. Retolvtd bu tht
niiof, that so much ef erdinanna N' B9 tiuilx
"An ordinanoe ia relation to Groceries, . Dram
ihopt And Besr Houses," Approved May 29,
l ' ,,0, to granting Voensit to Dram
shoos and Bear Hmim ka LJt
by suspended fdr80 dayti i y....t'. jii
.r... t...i:.i: :-Ti R; SELMES Mayor-; ''1
i Approved March 80, 1863. -....r.'-r if!
, Mr. Dowlinv tkid thlf before latin a' vAi.i .
he Wished to state that he considered the Melee--
" 6 iiiegai ana improper.; it would be
in conflict with the
the State laws.rf ,tie tate In tlie consUtutpn.
recognised tbe traf8e,'an by li'oense auJiorised. -an
individual to sell, tie could, not see bow the
city could prevent him. i lie thought th. .ki..
- - O evve
of the BMioritT ef the natiLinn 'Wftftt a aaia.HM
, r " .hflIH-.
low tippling shops, thai had been sailing ,uh.:
outlieewe, to the ihjury ef Uiebnsln'en of'fe.'-i
specUble .men; who; proiuVidiI'.liVefcteJ"'' If1
anew or respectable men.WhoM not been abla
te keep up on account of eompetl'tW'
eelling liquor in little shanties without license.
He eensidered liquor a neoessUytor many mtmr
aimuoh ioaidrups in a )n.'. ' te'r
we drUBXlstS keen liouar aaa marfinlnat J l 7
, l ,M;i.'i
axklMwI-ft. , .
v.: rMo pi nc ol' fr'.-i !. I !-r
Would be . hatd to'deprfve a tnanJ.U,l-far:.