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SATURDAY HORSING VISITOR.
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SATt'ltDAY MORNING, SEPT. 9.
GEN. LEWIS CASS.
GEN, WI,0, BIITLER,
Electors for President and Vice Pttfldent.
1st Dirt. J. C. WELI30RN of me..
2nd " A. MoKINNEY, of Randolph.
3d." -?. K. E WING, of Raj.
4th U. It. ftAht,- of LnfayclTtf.
5th B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence.
'".J. U. TttLfZ, of Washington.
Ttli " -tMStt.fi FOtfc, St. Louis.
, . ! , .WHIG TICKET.-
.;"'' FOR PRESIDENT,
Celt agt'MCiMIW T.f I'JErCrify
, FOW VICE-PRESIDENT,
FAcctora for President M1 Pice lesiditnt.
It Dist. T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion
2nd " A". 'LEONARD, of IloWard.
A-. W.DONIPHAN, of Clay.
J. ffi. RllCH ARDSOS, of Cooper
CHAS. N. IIANDV, of tferitdn.
A LVltf COOK, of C. Girardeau.
UR1KIL WRIGHT, of St. Louis.
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
On Wednesday evening lust, Hon. Jho.
F. Rjland Visited this place.with a view
tif opening a division of the Sorts of Tem
perance. A petition having been seve
ral weels since forwarded tJ'lhe Grand
Divibion, aifd a charter having been gthnt
cd, early on Thursday morning'Jwlge Ry
land to open the Division by regularly
initiating sixteen petitioners. Ill the' af
ternoon, Judge R. delivered a beautiful
and very appropriate address Mil's Pres
byteriaii Church, to a respectful ond at
tentive a'Alience, on the rise, prioress, ob
jects and designs of the Order. To say
that the1 Judge did hi subject juslii?,
would be saying but little of an effort that
would be hard to beat by any Italy it
Was, in fact, regttrJ'W by all as a, master
ly address, upon a subject of vital impor
tance to llm commit ii ty at lare. The
Judge kept the attention of his audience
enchained for1 upwards of an hour by his
pleasing and interesting matiner'ol' ad
dress; alter which the new-made Sons
repaired to the Lodge room of the Masons
and Odd 'Fellows; vhich,,had been kindly
thrfcwn open lo them',1 where some mil!'
dozen new applicants were initaied,' after
which, the Division went into the elec tion
of its officers.- The follow ing officer were
elected and duly installed in their various
offices, viz? ' '
mi, McUlvi?ath, w. ?.
i'WM. HAYS, VT. A.
M. WHITING, V W. Pi
JNO. S. L1NGLD.R. S.
Y; C. BLAKBY, A. R. S. - ,
E. CAMERON," F. S.
J. Y. WILSON, T.
L. J. RITCIIEY, C.
- N. M. STEURETT, A' C.
E.ALEXANDER, I.' S.
WM. DAVIS, O. sr
; .At candle-light.'the Division (gain met,
When five more-new applicants were ad
mitted, and on yesterday morning, previ
ous to the departure 'of Judge Rj land, the
Division 'met and'initiated two rabri peti
tioners', making tlie wholer.umbef of mem
It isgratifying to the frrends of theOr
der to behold men holdirfp-'high publitf sta
tions in socrett) taking- decided and firm
land in a cause'which'irdestined to wteld
such a mighty 'inffuenee over the morals'
of the comraunhy at the Dnler oNhe Sons
of Temperance seeitfi bound to eitert
and there is no sort of doubt but 'that if
all our Judichil offieers"would follow the
very praiseworthy .'example set them by
Judge Rytahd, tuTlcli'usetesir and unne
cessary lit isratidn would be "avoided; -end
the prime cause. 'of'' much evil would be
removed from the 'land. May (he moral
influence of this' Order spread over the
land, until our face' sliall be "redeemed,
regenerated and disenthralled" from tbe
power and influence of King 'Alcohol.
The Sons here Will long remember with
grateful feelings, the lively interest mani
fested'on Xtii part' of Judge Ryland, for
the success' of the cause in our midst, and
for the nmotiA''uHlie'iiilerciti of the
Order generally. May he live long, and
spend his days in endeavoring to do good
for his fellow then.
The Nest .wAr.-VV see by k com
munication in the last Jefferson Inquirer,
that Col. D. C. Ballou is very favorably
spoken of as a suitable person to fill the
Chair as Speaker of the next House' of
this State. Col. 11. possesses in a very
high degree, (he necessary qualifications
for the station, hating served as Speaker
pro tern., during the last session, ns well
as being famil?ur with parliamentary rules
In the last Metropolitan', see tliAt
Ephraim 13. Ewing, Esq., of Ray, and Dr
A. M. Robinson, of Platte county, have
also been spoken of in the same connec
tion, and are both highly recommended fur
their qualifications to discharge ffi"e ardu
ous dwites pertaining to the office.
KiNTtcKY. 1 he olliiiul majority fl-r
Mr. Crittendi, as Governor of this Stale
as published in (he LouUtille Journal, is
8.-IG3. ' '
(IcJ'The returns for the election of Go
vernor are all in except four counties,
viz : Shannon, Putnam, Harrison &. Gen
try, from which it appears that the Dem
ocratic majority is upwards of 1-1,000,
which will probably be increased to 15,
0110, wiidli'lhc other four counties are of
OHon. Win. A. Hall, Judge of the
Howard Circuit Court, has been spoken
of as likely to receive the appointment of
Judge cf the territory of Oregon, in the
place of Mr. Turney, of Illinois, who de
clines (he appointment.
2jTHtf last Metropolitan says that,
"Gen. Lane, the newly appointed Gov
ernor of Oregon, is at present in St. Lou
is, making arrangements fur his depart
ure. He is accompanied ly his family.
Ingenious Fraud upon the Pdd Office De
partinenl. The reports of the special a
en( of (he Post OMifce Department, from
lime: to time, detail some very ingenious
attempts at' imposition add fraud on life
pnrt of persruis pretending to remit money
by mail.- Such occurrences are 1y U6
means rarer, we are informed ; but (he fol
lowing statement exhibits, perhaps, more
ingenuity and cool calculation than are of
ten resorted to. It is an extract from a
recent report of the special agent in lhe
section u'liere llie'CMse occurred: I
"A man by the" name of W. P. Wright,
of Cairo-, Greene' county. New York, was
indebted lo Rev. Mr. B , of West-
ville, Connecticut, in (he sum of one hun
dred dollars. Wright went to Caltskill,
ten miles distant, -on the 2Ulh of June last
and called on a clerp) man, an acquaint,
ance of hi, and, while there, w.roto a let
ter lo Mr. B , stating at the sa;ne tifne
o hisiriend, that ho wished to remit in
(he letter A ICO, and revesting him (o ac
company him (Wrighi) (o (he Catlskill
Jjank, lor (her purpose of obtaining: " $100
bank-note in exchangs' for small bills.
The-note was'placed itr (he letter, a wa
fer cmained of the ohier, and, acsOtrpa
nied by his witness, Wright proceeded at
once to (he post office, and deposited a let
ter iri the letter-box: On reachinir its
place of destination, the letter was opened
by thte person to w horn addressed, in the
presence' of (he postmaster, but the mon
ey was' missing'.- At' the bottom' of (he
letter appeared the following note'; writ
tin in a very coarse; unnatural hand : -
"Mr. B: I take the liberty lo borrow
(his mor.y, but send the letter, that you
may not blame the man what sent it to
ybtt. POST BOY."
Unquestionably a bold robbery 'had been
c6mmitted by some postmaster or post of
fice clerk, and each one who was favored
with an inspection of the rifled letter, ex
pressed his opinion' in turn, as to which
of the'bfficos through the letter had piss
ed, was most directly implicated. The
case was at once put in the hands of (he
special agent or the"' Post Office Depart
ment, who. after a full investigation, arri
ved utthe following-result :
The letter, wilh (he message from '"Post
Boy" affixed, was prepared beforehand,
not even omitting'a double ragged seal, to
en e'lt the appearance of having been bro
kert open.' On their way fr6in the bank
(6 (he post office, fhit letter v& substituted
Jorlne'ontiowalmng the money, and thus
the honest witness was completely duped,
supposing i;e nacrseen me letter ana mo
ney safety put irf'die office.
In the course of the investigation, proof
was obtained which fixed (his attempt at
iraua so clearly upon v right, that lie ad
mitted his guilt. Washington Unicfti
. Large Export of Bread stieffs,
Sfc. The fine ship Robert C.
)Vinthrori, of Train & Co's iine
of packets cleared for Lifer-
pool, on Saturday, with a carco
of 20,000 bushels Indian corn;
8,500 rdo. wheat ; ' 525 barrels
flour ; 1 36 bales cotton ; and 1 00
Mve pign.jjoston 1 tries. ;
MISSOURI ELECTIONS. ,
Govtriior. Lt Governor.
... i s i -"
D. W. D. W.
- r. so y -a.
jr St. t6tiis, 4316 4032 4338 3987
Cole, 787 223 663 193
Cooper, 760 885 742 888
Osage, 584 192 371 171
Morgan, 440 213 446 99
Audrain, 238 235 233 231
Pettis. 365) 29G 859 274
Benton, 490 256 503 234
Polk, 597 247 592 246
Greene, 1040 511 1035 512
Moniteau, 615 183 570 185
Si. Charles, 693 612 689 613
Franklin, 870 324 863 308
Calloway, T29 838 721 832
Chariton, GG5 468 664 463
Howard, 991 879 14 870
Lincoln, 748 613 747 603
Jackson,- i42 751 1042 733
Washington', 544 537 601
Montgomery,- 264 411 248 403
Randolph, S57 683 657 670
Boone, 791 1256 773 1250
Barry, 362 85 359 85
MilleV, 45-V K2 387 105
Camden, 2S7 95 282 84
Hickory, 254 95 251 91
Marion, 7fi3' 955 758 947
Lewis, 501 464 49G '164
Clark, 270 301 270 300
SI. Clair, 302 102 298 119
Dallas, Sfjff 85 388 85
Bates, 372 im 361 170
Cedar, 394 l'00 373 101
Dade, 354' 15t 343 156
Andrew, 928 395'
Bnchanar, 1199 675' 1208 653
Caldwell; 159 185' 167 164
Clay, 531 745 532- 730
Clinton, 21 277 262' 274
Gasconade, 426 S3 433' 80
Henry, 275 324 272 311
JefTerson, 577 243 575 236
Johnson, 567 397 536' 393
Lafayciic, 593 906 580 901
Macon,' 596 364 587 344
Monroe, 594' 817 594 816
Ozark, 250. 41 249 38
Platte, 1427 87-1' 1428 856
Roy, 687 611 686 543
St. Genevieve, 331 19.4 324 184
Saline, 52U 567' 52 11 567'
Scotland,- 345 167' 343 161
Warren, 357 366 334 368
Wright,- 361 lib 327 87
Atchison, 195 95 193 97
C. Girardeau, 1060 519 1045 524.
Carroll, 452 297 . .. 465 286
Grundy, 2C9 21.9 219 199
Jasper, 346 205 341 2C:4
Knox, 240 135 13.9 128
Lawrence', 479 196 472 199
Mercer, 248 154 250 i49
N. Madrid, 216 318 206 290
Newton, 803 154' 778 157
Oregon', 168" 05 136 05
Pcrrv, 523 215 620 208
Pike 908 883 90S 83
Pulaski, 304. 120 320 105
Ralls, 392 488 394 432
Shelby, 329 233 ' 333 225
Taney, 469 54 466 4f)
Texas, 263 62 261 61
, Van Bu'rsh',', 526 295' 518 274
I Wayne, , 549' 70 5(i8 64
Adair, 221' 217- a' 111
! Clinton, ( .. 261 - 277 26 , 274
Daviess, 888 : ..387 392 364
De Kali), 15)6 58 , 200 47
Dunklin, 86 -) 71 38
Holt, 296!' 165 313 147
Linn, .365' 274 3(i 248
Livingston','- 398 . 245 401 213
Madison, 45p 163M 49-' 149
Mississippi,' 255 127' 259 122
Nodaway, 29tf Kflf 303 55
Reynolds, 208 16 207 16
Ripley, 209 27 213'. JO
Rt. Frsncoi, 305 320 304 310
Schuyler, 293 291. 296" 285
Soil, 271 167 273 163
Stoddard, 469 115 466 107
Sullivan, .257 154 256 144
Silk hundred citizeris'of Mon
treal have signed a call
eeting to sympathise with Irc
Lord John Russell will doubt
less consider that rebellious, and
have 'an act passed by Parlia
ment making it treason through
outthe' cbroniesj for any British
subject to giveutteranefe to the
sympathies that the Almighty
makes every honest heart feel
for'a brother in distress.
Corn for Ireland. Five ves-i
sels sailed from New York on
Friday Week, far Cork; with
full car'goes of corn.
Major Graham has called for
a Court Martial to exartilrld the
charge made by Col. Bent 0)1, in
the Resolutions offered"!!! the
Senate in secret session; and
published in the New' York
Herald of ;'the J 7th inst.
'. .. FiRST DISTRICT;
307 . 316
4340- . 3936
Counties. Day, D; Pmlcf; fV.
Audrain, 223 284'
Callaway, 692 820 .
Crawford, 384' 300'
Franklin, 914 328
Gasconade 436 34'
Lincoln, , 726 C25
Marion, 754 926
Montgomery, 216 414
Osage, 605 156
Pike, 901 867
Pulaski, 339 110
Raits, 393 435
St. Clia-rlcs 670 621
Texas, 250 75
Warren, 350 37-li
Washington, 532 599
TcTal, 8,394 6,968
(ciinties. Halt, D. SnAutl. V
Adair, 265' 70
Andrew, 959 335
Atchison'," 203 87
Buchanan, 127!)' 569
Caldwell, 248'! 80
Carrol, 469 268
Clay, 578 379
Clinton, 273 239
Daviess, 601' 125
DeKalb, 242 22
Gentry, - -
Grundy, 256' 127
Holt, S09 139
Linn, 443 172
Livintoi:'," 444 169
Mercer, 555 97
Nodawsy, 323 47
PlnUe, Mm 53
Kay. 770! , 420
Sullivan, 355' 56
Coanc. riMs D. VAUon.W
St. Clair, '
A NfiM.E ENTfeTlPRISE1. O-
hio in Jljrxca. We learn that a
benevolent gentleman in Cin
cinnati offers . to Mr. David
Christy, A gent of the .A meritan
Coloniiation lor Oho? the surn
cf two thousand dollars, for th
purchase of a portion of the
Airl?an coast, outside or the
, present limiti'of Liberia, to be
paid as soon is the necessary ar
rangements can be made.
His design is to offer the ter
ritory to the colo'red pdptjilatiori
of Ohio, Indiana afld Illinois'
fortheff accefcta'nfe.iifcon; which
to establish af rieio hale"; in'cori-,'
nection with the Republic 01
Liberia. The ag'enf atl Wash
ington', the Rev. Vm. McLain1;
recommends that the .purchase
be rrfarie northwest ol Libefi'a,
so as to include the Gajlinas,
and those other "darkest dens of
the sjave trade." This purchase
wcArld embrace the coast be
tween the Republic of Liberia
and Sierra Leone, and forever
banish the slave frade from tnat
Thei;e' Can be no doubt1 but
thai othei4 benevolent men will
promptly step fotwjird, a n'd of
fer to Mr. Christqry other sums
corresrr6'nding with their means
and int'Tmatipns,'to be placed in
the han'ds of the Sdciety and
President Roberts, to sejeur'e
t'l'ie necessary artiount of lands
for Ohio tri Jffica.
There is inten'igenc'6 & .V6al!th
sufficient among the Colored' p6
pulati6n of the States nan&d to
achieve this ente'r'pris6, if the
lands be placed a U their dispo
sal. We ask the press through
put the West to give currency
(6 this propdSition.
By Tvlegra'pfi for the St. Louis Union.'
ARRIVAL OF THE
S'evln days' later' t'rom rt'norc.
ed thj dveniua: at this noft.
bringin seven days later intelli-
gencd fV'om Europe. She left
Liverpool on the 19th inst., ma
king the tri'itr 13 days.
The account's from this un
fortunate county,- state the ar
rest ot JMeagher," O Donojthul,
and Dohtny. .The police and
soldiers ot the llntish army
were4 in pursuit of' O'Gormdh1
Arrests continued to take
place in every part of the tfdun
try. Smith O'Ri ien was sd-ih' to
have his trial.
'tranquility prevailed, but
the" people far from being well
disposed' rdtvar'ds' the authorities
of the country.
Several Irishmen' and Char
tists' had beeil arrested in Eng
land, for usitiff se'dilious lan-
A letter was fo'und'dn O'lin
n, after his appreherisioifj from
Duffy, (of the"Natio'rt" newspa
per,) of a high'lv treasonable
character, and vi itte'jl after the
ripen rebellion of O'Brien.
all in the'ff poWer' lb preserve
1 hree Americans and two
Frenchmen,' tVossihg from Scot
land to arauglvwerc. arrested as
sy'pV'palhisers'with the Irish peo
ple; and it1 is said-that large
sums of mofry were found upon
them.'. .' ' '
0' BrTen, ve presume there
is'a blank in the dispacth has
written a Irtter. ih which he in
dignantly denies having' made
any stipulations With the English
isotetnment. He1 farther says
that no offer would "be' accepted,
but? liberty' to 'all to'; leave the"
country.' , ; ,
The Liverpool papers are
filled with accouhts'of the ar
rest of American sympathisers
with the cause of' Ireland.
The wet ahd cbld weather ol
the past week' .has caused alarhi
in relation ' id the crop. The
potatoe rotWa! extending aU V
ver the Kingdom.
Paris continues in a stale of
siege. '.:.-.. . ,
Of, the persons concerned in
the insurrection in June, one
thousand and sevei hundred
had beerf found guilty J anci two
thousand had been liberated. .
Lamaftin has intimated to the
electors of Macoti, his desire to
retire ffo'm public life.
Tlreat anxiety prevailed con.
cerning the disclosure in the ev
idence as to. the insurrect on rf
June, all of which was soon to
be printed for he use of thts -Assembly.
Nothing, it is. said,'
would be.suppfessed, T, he de-;
bate on this.subject was tJ com
mence on Monday, the 21st.- v
It was expected ,o cause great :
excitement, but Cavainac's ar-"
range'menta to prevent violence
The non-intervention policy
which had been announced, ere-
ated a great number of enemies,
but it was hoped that the good
sense of the people would tri
umph. . .
There hak !een a serious riot
at Lyons, not however, of a po
litical character, and several ar-'
rests were made.
Charle3 Albert has evacuated
(Jen. Weldeii", at the head of
an Austrian arm v. had entered
the Papal dominions. The Pope
of Rome was greatly incensed
at this invasion. A battle en
sued, in which 'the' Austrians"
, The war betwen'the CJernan'
Duchies had been renewed, but
no battle ha'd taken place.- The
blockade of the various, ports'
was commenced on tli'e" r5th.
, The Chartists were again ma
king hostile' demonstrations in'
various parts of England.
. SAVE, OJ SA VE MY CHILD!
Who coiilif withstand imch sn apprSl
from a fond an:l clevoled niothr M-hcn hrr .
child is -.vjitliinir under the itiflnchre of .
disease, anil not extend the hand of lelirf
if it were in their power V Dr. J. M. Mar
tien has acted the pnrt of a Philoprorjrni
lor a loVeof4 r-h'ildren in the prepara
tion of his justfy" celehral'-U l urin De- I
ttroyiny Powders, that ne ver fails to re
move worms from the system of children'
and adults. Few person are free from
(hose disgiisti.isvcrmin.H, and they often'
haHlc the fkill of the most Vrmnfrif physi
cians, by the many strange and unaccoun
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cipient stages of rousumption, as well as '
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by bringing awny larg"e cantities of'
worni, when (hey had no idea of their '
existence. If you discover any of the '
symptoms, however remote, of worms, do '
l.oV'fa il to use them' immediately ' "
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