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imc CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854. NO. 14. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, CABINET MAKERS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. WlLL make to order, in the neM-x est and most fashionable style, a.lvL from the best materialsall kinds of IT! Fuhniturk. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Mctalic Coffins kept constantly on hand. September 2, 1852. THOS. SHACKELFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., WILL practice in the Courts of Loward, Sa line, Cooper, Randolph and Charitoncoun ties. Office on first street. IT. H. SHITZIJ H. Attorney at Law, Brunswick, Mo. PRACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and ad joining counties, and pays prompt attention to the collection of claims. augll. A. F. 8!: Y . ATTORNEY AT ST. LOUIS, MO., LAW, Vy ILL give prompt attention to all businesses iatc 9tan,i ov er my head, I hope the traveling pub VLi2n !l n tnm L 1 1- , hc will give me a call and test my ability to cater (Office in the new Post Office buildings. to their wants. N.HARRY. May 13, 18M. , Auirust 11. 1853-tf. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Linn County. Ho. T J ILL continue the practice of the Law, in V T Li t.,,,1 h utlnftilM umirflu. All hnsi. nes entrusted to his care will receive prompt at- ention. April 3, 1851. , JOHN C. CRAWLEY, lni VSV a T I 1 V A 1 1 V R Jf h Y A I LAW, . Keytesville, Mo., W1 "ILL practice in Chariton and adjoining counties: prosecute nil claims entrusted to j him with promptness, and give special attention to Auinmistration business. Office up 9tairs in the Court House. March 31, 1853. ! WH. .ALMOND. H. CLAY COCKERILL. ALMOND & COCKERII.L, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Platte City, Mo. T)ROMPT attention given to all business wilh irss v,i,i, X. which they are entrusted One or the other may always be found at their office. .November 17 6m LtTTHBB T. COLLIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CHI I.MC0TH E, MVI.VOSTOM COUNTY, MISSOURI. WILL attend to all business entrusted to his care in the counties of Livingston, Grundy, Daviess, Carroll, Linn, Chariton and Randolph. November 2-1, 1853 tf thomXs b. reed. Attorney at Law. HUNTSVILLE, MISSOURI. O 1FIC E on south side of Main street fronting the Clerks Office. June 28th 1853. G. II. nURCKIIARDT, Attorney at Law, Huntsville, Ho., WILL practice law tn the counties of Ran dolph, Chariton, Howard, Boone, Monroe, Adair and Sell ryler. All business entrusted to him will receive his nromnt attention. Office in the second story above McCampbell & Coate's store. Oct 213-4. Dr. T. II. GUAVEs, RESPECTFULBY othsrs his professional ser vices to the citizens of Glasgow and its vi cinity. (j"Office with Dr. Vaughan. Glasgow, Sept. 1, 1853 tf 8. H. BAILEY, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER, Corner Second and Pine Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO., WOULD respectfully call your attention to Ins large and complete assortment of LARGE AND SMALL STICK CANDY SUGAR PLUMS, ALMOND COMFITS, Rock Candy, Kisses and Lozenges. Also to his assortment of Fancy Kiss papery, Fan cy noxes, loruucupiu3,eti:., lorcumeciiuiiary. His articles are manufactured expressly for. the Country trade; and their superior quality is well at tested by the large and increasing sales, and the al ready wellestablished reputation which they have acquired, believed to surpasslhat of any other es tablishment in St. Louis AOrders solicited and promptly supplied. October 7, 1852. EDWARD MEAD & CO., IMPORTERS and dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Table and Pocket Cutle 4bjkr) . Solid Silver and Plated Ware, Musi cal Instruments, Daguerreotype Stock, Fancy Goods, and California Arms. American and Rocky Mountain Rifles, Colt's Revolvers, Steel Rifle barrel and Holster Pistols, Bowie Knives, and a large assortment of Hunt ing Apparatus. Importing our Foreign Goods direct from the Manufacturers in Europe, we have superior ad vantages, and will sell to our customers equally as low as the New York importing houses, and would invite the attention of dealers and purcha sers to our large stock of Watches, Silver and Plated Ware, Accordeons, and English twist dou ble and single barrel guns. No. 54 Main, corner of Pine street, St. Louis, Mo. Jan26 $5. JUST ARRIVED. I AM now iii receipt of my stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, Bonnets, fcc, which for beau ty and elegance cannot be surpassed; and would he pleased to have a call from both Ladies and Gentlemen, as I am determined to sell them at low rates. L. D. DAMERON. Glasgow, April 13, 1851 STOVES AND TINWARE. Gerhardt & Carson, Respectfully announce to the public that they have on hand an "K? Extensive Assortment of Stoves andTinware, all of which they will dis. pose of at low prices. (fy Particular attention paid to Guttering, and fixing up Lightning Rods. Orders in the place or country promptly attended to. iry Shop two doors above the house formerly occupied by Dunnica &. Hutcheson. Glasgow, May 18, 1854. Temperance Convention. fThe friends of Temperance will meet in Convention, in Fayette, on the 1st Monday in June. Messrs. "T. N. Cockerill, Win. M. Rush and Win. H. Prottsman will address the Convention. All who takt an iaterett in the caust art invited to attend. Mayl4 1- H RBED, Bec'y. Main Stbf.f.t, Huntsville, Missouri. I.. HEETI1ER, Proprietor. rflllE public are informed that I have open JL ed a commodious house for the accoin- dation of travelers and boarders, which thalTTc kept in a style inferior to none and superior to most in the country. L. HE ETHER. jNovemL-er Win, lcJDJ. xJKUN&WxLJv H.UU D B-I By IV. Harry. I buildings, negro quarters, barns, &c. Any one THE subscriber has removed his Hotel to I desiring a good farm, well improved, convenient the two large and commodious buildings on ! to market would do well to examine this. Main street, a few doors below Isaac Drinker's I ALSO Another tract of land, consisting of Store and nearly opposite that of N. & A. John- ; from 300 to 350 acres, near by, is offered for sale, son where he will oe pleased to so see his old i The land is good, most of it well set in clover, friends and the public generally, pledging himself and would make three excellent small farins,there to use every exertion to give satisfaction. being improvements on it in three different places. He has a good Stable, anil Lots for cattle and The attention of purchasers is asked to these horses. A Bar, elegantly fitted up and supplied farms, as the chance to get such desirable loca with thechoicest liquors, is attached to the Hotel. ; tions does not often present itself. The Stage Office for the Western and Northern j (jyFor fuilher particulars, enquire of W.J. Mails is kept at his house; and all persons travel- Stratlon, Glasgow, or on the premises, ling on either line will receive prompt attention, j Jan. 12, 1851. DAVID PERKINS. The public are assured that he is not a Ulue, hut (JSt Louis Republican copy weekly to the a "fine rfur," and by stopping at his house they ' amount of $3 and charge this office. will find it to their interest Although mv opponent of the"Citv Hote,!"has i J innnnr.i;f a Ilio irilo hr PAnfinff mv UNION HOUSE, BLOOMING 7' ON MISSOURI. mr 1 1 n UPVPL't' C a St. "ulill. rTtHE subscriber having taken the commodious J- brick house, east side of the Public Square, lOrmeriV Kepi U lll. oil.ll J,, uim imv. nn thoroughly over-hauled and re-furnished, will spare no pains in rendering all comfortable who may favor her wilh a caL Dec. 1 6m E. B. MENEFEE. ' , -. r. ... . -, . H ATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. MThe subscriber respectfully announces to his friends and the travelling public that he has taken the above House, and having refitted and refurnished it, is prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with a call. A good stable attached to the House, attended bv careful hostlers. ' iW Stage Office for all the lines terminating , ,.,. " nmFov cPtws Glasgow, January 5, 185-1. SLiLrloy House, FAYETTE, MO. rpHE undersigned has opened a public House in 1 Fayette, Mo., on the South-East Corner of the Public Square, in the buildings recently occu pied by W F. Birch, Esq., as a residence, where Boarders and Travellers shall receive Every Necessar)- Attention. In connexion with this House entire new Sta bling and a Carriage House has been built, which will he attended by the most careful and experi enced hostlers, and conveyances will be furnished to any of the neighboring places. JAMES A.SHIRLEY. Fayette, Jan. 19 1884. Htintsvillo Hotel, East side Mainst. and south of Courl House, HUNTSVILLE, MO., 1 FORMERLY occupied by W. M. Damrron has . been taken by Wksteiin & Hahdv, who are prepared to accommodate guests. The house has been furnished newly throughout, and we wiil try and render all favoring us with their patron age comfortable and agreeable during their sojourn with us. THOS. WESTERN, Jan. 26 6m I. V. HARDY. City Hotel, LINKECS, MO. THE subscriber will open the above House in Linneus, on the 1st of April, at which time he will be piepared to accommodate Boaiders and the Travelling Public, in a style not inferior to any house in the country. His table will at all times be supplied with eve rything the country affords, and Ins bar with the choicest liquors, wines, Cigars, &c. Good Stabling attached to the premises. (tS"A call from his friends and the public is solicited. mhlrjly W. R. BRADLEY. S xxxl th'sHo t o 1 r Glasgow, Mo. The undersigned has opened a large and commodions Hotel between Second and Third, and Market and Howard streets, in this city. His house is new and fitted up in ihe very best style, and has ample facilities for a first class hotel. He has spared no pains in making his rooms elegant and comfortable. His table will at all timta be furnished in a manner to gratify the ut most reasonable wishes of his guests. The situa tion of his house is one of the most pleasant and healthy in this city. There is a good livery stable close at hand, where st ck will be well attended to. The pub lic are respectfully invited to give him a call. Apri 6 WM. N. SMITH. SADDLE AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY, WM. P. R OF Ell, MANUFACTURER OF SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, And every description of Saddlery. WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. HAVING bought the interest of A. W. Roper, in the late firm of Roper & Brother, continues the business at the old stand, where he would be pleased to have a call from Ihe patrons of the old concern, and feels satisfied that he can make it to their interest to trade with him. His stock of work is very LARGE AND COMPLETE, and he will sell Saddles from one to two dollars cheaper than they have been sold in this place. Call and See. W. P. ROPER. Glasgow, January 12, 185-1 ly TO MERCH tftTS AM) PRODUCE SHIPPERS. rpHE undersigned, as agents of the Protection J. and MtU Insurance Companies of Hartford, Connecticut, respectfully inform merchants and produce shippers that they are prepared to issue cargo policies covering shipments by all the routes of transportation on the best and most accommo dating terms. All such policies issued by us are entitled to an unconditional return of 25 per cent on settlement. PERRY &. BARTHOLOW, Agents. Glasgow, Jan 26. BLACKSMITHINO. WILLIAM K ADEN respectfully in forms the citizens of Howard and ail joining counties that he is prepared to do all work in the he above line in a superior manner Pnrtti-.i lar attention naid to Hortt BllMiLU?, It- pairing broken Machinery, ironing Buggies, Car- i,llt ,je best material, and warrant satisfaction riages.itc, tc. Work entrusted to him will be both as to work and prices. done in Ihe best manner and on reasonable terms. rr Orders respectfully solicited, and prompt-(Tff-Shop firsldeor below Thrtilkillt Carson's ly Bhie, '54. fffa.?w. May 1, 18JI. VALUABLE AND WELL, IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale the farm on ; which he now resides, about two miles from OlasffoW. containhiir about Kill acres of fu st i i rate land, well situated, timbered and watered. i (There are about 75 acres in cultivation, which is j No. 1 hemp land, and the balance is well tim- l ' hMll Tllfi .nnt-r.-n.r...TO enlicie .if a 1IM .rn n dwllini frame, two stories all necessary out LOGAN I). DAMEROX, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assort ment of seasonable goods. GLASGOW LIItY"STABLEr NEW ARRANGEMENT. Tlio subscriber ,begs to announce the public that he to his friends andV has purchased the- -interest of his late partner in the Glasgow Livery Stable, and will continue the business at the old stand, where he will at all times be prepared to accommodate the travelling public, or pleasure parties, with SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES and CARRIAGES. The stock and vehicles are good, and constant additions will be made, as the business may re quire. A GOOD HEARSE ami carriages always ready lo attend t unerals in "-Accounts wiih rmnnteiHiLWii, usual. DUt in consequence of recent heavy losses, transient persons and "young men abaut town" will be expected to deal 01. the CASH principle. sual, but in consequence of recent heavy losses, rh,rau. Mirrho lRia Lands for Sale or Lease. I have for sale or lease, on accommoda ting terms, both improved and unimproved farms in Howard, Chariton, Linn, Carroll and Saline counties, For particulars apply at my residence near Glasgow. TALTON TURNER. Glasgow, November 24, 1853 tf . r. HASENKA.MP. C. L. GILPIN GfcO. KEAL110USKR. HAXEXK.iMr, GILPIN & CO., WHOL E SAL E GRU C E R S , Comiuigsioii and Forwarding Mer chants, No. 59 Water street, St. Louis Mo. June 2, 1853. DAVID TAT CM & CO., Commission and Forwarding Merchants No. 160 StcoND Sthf.lt, sx t.nitis uiniici U ARTICULAR attention paid to th,- sale of a looacco, aemp, woeat,c, ana ito we ire- celvintr and forwarding of Produca and Morrhan. dise generally. Feb 16, '5-1 ly. INTE-W JEWELHY FAXfY GOOD , GtR, Colt's Pistols, Bowie Knives, Flasks, Shot and Game Rugs, c'c, SfC, The subscr iber , grateful for the patron age heretefore extended to him by the ladies and gentlemen of Glasgow and vicinity, rcspect fullv solicits a continuance of the same, and would inform them that be has just re ceived an extensive stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE And Fancy Goods Hav Having, in person, purchased his stuck very low St. Louis and the East, hc is enabled lo offer irreat inducements. He asks privilege to eiiunie- rate the following: Detached levers, horizontal and vertical watch- L Lh-iImmJ .mhI-mJ ..iMtliJtMl iiiIma. tleuiens' gold, guard, vest, fob, and belt chains of ever description and style; a beautiful stock of k,,Ll.l. hpn..l nlti. ri.r .-,, f,,,.rpr rtne. clusters, in rows and single stones. Also, f ine opal and garnet sets; a large assortment of gold .-i . . , tiracelets cut puis, Clasps. sleeve ana couar out- of t, ,emocr:,.Cy uf Howard, we ap- tons, studs, scart and shawl puis, ladies' and gen- , .. , , - ,. tlemens' watch seals, gold pencils, pen holders, peal lo the poll books ol the county for 102 tooth picks, thimbles, a line assortment of jet by which it will be seen that Gardenhire, Necklaces, Crosses, Ear Rings, fee., &c. who admitted the power received 793 voles Silver Tea Setts. Sugar stands, cups, forks, whilst James S. Green who denied it re spoons, soup ladles, butter and fruit knn es, salt ceivt(1 but 817, showing conclusively that and mustard spoons, salt cellars, &.C., 4tc. . . ' "! . . , ' , . S.lveh Pi.ATEo WAKE.-Castors; cake, card, 'l'1 lWltT'four men could then be found in nSs-paVlo.iu"! cnaXrcaEticksnuf: fers and trays; spoons and forks. writing desks; ladies' reticules; silver, shell, pea. I, papier inache port monaies and card card cases; 'chinatlowervasesipaperweightsnet.corahboiie, cornelian and glass elastic bracelets, fcc, &c. toM efaU UaSs.' AteotWO 'iae Carrisces for children. KS- Jewelry and silver ware made to order, Hf-Waters, .locks, musical boxes and jew - ''Tn'soUcIti'nT .hetn.inuance of your custom, I take pleasure in assuring you that for extent, va- ncty, elegance and cheapness, my stock of goods will not be surpassed by any in the Eastern cities. Call and see, at the sign of the Big Watch, next door to Chas. H. Lewis & Co.'s, Water street, where the correct time may always be had. JOHN CHAMBERLAIN. Glasgow, March i0 IB04, P. Ii VI t It & BROTHEH, MANUKACTUtERS OK Marble Tomb and Grave Stones, WATEIt STREET, GLASGOW, MISSOURI, RESPECTFULLY annnounce to the public that they are prepared to fill all orders for Tomb und Grave Stones with dispatch, in any style desired, either as to I kn4 L.H.1m ,,r Hpsiirn. Thv will .me untie E55"Sinirle conies nf Tin: Timks. put up in "rappers, can always be Had at the oroce, at live cents a copy, (JP Yearly Rilvertisnrs are restricted to their le- ginmme nusiness. uiner aaveruseuienis win oe PHUT" f CM flT T P I' U H T r-TTPSi. RZS" Nn charge for inserting deaths, hut a charge of fifty cents per square will be made for obituary notices. (5?"The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknowledged in the paper. Where Editorial notice 'of advertisements is requested, it will he given and charged for. The Power Test The Dollar Journal vs. The Banner. We published in our last, an article from the Dollar Journal, reading Hancock, of the ( uanner, out me party, uecause oi me views hc expressed on the Power Question. The Manner considers unrclenluro and V orus as good democrats as Jackson or Clark, ami scouted the idea of taking a position on to "narrow and illiberal platform" as the test prescribed. The Journal thinks the test platlbrm the (rue one, as those who read the ,. , , r i . ii ii , l article above referred to will recollect. Here is the lianner's reply THE DOI.I.AH JOURNAL "We are completely unchurched by the rljillnr Tutirtinl l!it (liltitninn wet ?rn r, , , , - :r " in! Js he going to unchurch the entire de- mocracy of the fourth district? They have nominated Voories unanimously one of the men we said wc would vote for. We hope there are two keys, belonging to this Co- lumbia Church lock, and Dr. A. Peabody has in bis nmmstlntl one. anil nerhims. O I " ' r r ' 1 certainly, Col. Sam 011112 has the other. i Then Dr. we ask you no dillcrcnce, the Col. is a very libel al man, and the hrst time we 'earn that you are absent, we will call on the ua. ,, 1,, u j o 1 are ause, . e i, e.i 1 01. ., e Col. and we know he will let us back. He js now flsi2 himself up for an independent it now fixing himself up for an independent Whig candidate for Congress in the second ! VVhig candidate for Congress in the second district. You know he wants all the votes, .. - -j-" - ----j himself. Pome lime it may tie necessary for him to run for the Stale Senate, and How ard and Boone compose one Senatorial Dis- trict, and wc will as usual be found in Op I position to the Whig Nominee. Col. for ; heaven's sake don't let the Dr. unchurch 11. you don t know what may turn up yet. I A correspondent of the Banner goes into ! the subject more at large, as follows:- i ... ' , , ,, , ,., I "We have read with some care the edito- I rial article in the last number of the -Dol- lar Missouri Journal," in which the Editor takes exceptions to the position ofthe Banner In refusing to proscribe, and rule out of the , democratic party those who admit the pow- er of Congress to restrict slavery in the ter- ritories; but who at the same time oppose the exercise of such a power. IftheEdi- , to1- 111 Lhls urticie lias oilered any pooil reu- ton iw we auopion ai i... me oi u.e test I ul!li ha iublntn oainKllak r... son lor tne aaontlon at tins time ol the test to admit our inability to see it. That the should speak out, and repudiate the milk ''"- oi.ng me preser.i in me atpcci 01 nnar.eiai democracy of the Statetftminated, and elec- and cider answers ofthe Banner, and let wants, he Wat often brought into conflict affairs. Money is very tight. Eastern ex ted men fat 1802 who held adverse opinions we democracy of the State know that the with other equally well-meaning and ardent change high and difficult to make. The ,on this subject, the Editor of the Journal musi aiunii, ana ma. mis ucwei rocctveu moie than nine tenths of the democratic vote of that year, he must also admit. But to avoid these facts, and the inconsistency of his present course, and the few who arc now BOting with him. he tells the world that this was not then a practical question, it had not then been discussed, the democracy were in ignorance, the light of the 'Journal' id net then been s! ined unon the world and they had a cloak for their skins, and generous soul he will therefore forgive, but before the world, all who do not admit his superlative orthodoxy, are to fall under the ...IkailM .fhli taJ iImmmm 1 !,.... ., , , .:, , ocraey. i; f l.. T 1,lal si ine rev erse 01 wnai uie .lour- nal asserts, is the truth. this quettion was .1 .1: 1 c .J I A . I throughout the State", and vet the whole de- IllOCrailC VOID WHS glVCIl IO U1CII WllOaUUlll- . . . i . . . . . teu the power, but opposed its application, Again to come nearer home, and show the . . . ... .. . , test qucstion.-admillinR that this disere- nancy was produced by the uDDlioatioti of , But, again, we should like lo know where the causes lie, that make this now a prac - tical question more than in .86.? Wl 'then had all the territory which we now have, I n(l 11 was equally in danger of the applica - , tion of this dangerous power. All the ele- i ments of our national ereatness were then ' ",eary developed amf the -rourett of the ! age at certainfy pointed to its organisation and speedy settlement then us now, and yet in the wisdom ol this orthodox edilor, it was not a practical question the people had not disoutted it were in ignorance But, sir, we hope the democratic party will not permit itsell to be drawn into tins vortex of ruin and that the edilor of the Journal, and others standing on the same narrow platform, will not force defeat upon ihe party in almost all the counties and Congressional districts in the State, by stir ring up strile on this question, a question which hud no practical bearing in '52, and can have none now, for the simple reason that those who deny, and those who admit ihe power, if legislating upon the subject, would stand together upon the reoord, each opposing its exercise, but upon different grounds. Theu why divide and give to our political I enemies the Slate on an issue that all must Clark to explain for you. They know what see is practically immaterial, and can serve , (rue democracy is, and if you will be guided no other purpose than to distract and divide . . , . ,, , , ' , 1 . , . by them, instead ol vour "i 1-adviser, a ereat party at nn important crisis in the1 1 political history of our State. C. ("nine-tenths of the Democracy,"') you will There is food for Dr. Lowry, Gen. Clark ! m,t hc 0,1 to K down on your knees and the balance of the "twenty-four" states-1 to H'P1' Priest Pbody, and "ask firgivt men of "narrow and illiberal" views "f?' fi the GREAT MISREPRESEN served un nn their own nlates ! We sbnll TATKJN commilUd offaiW the "narrow . r r 1 see wdiether they will "grease and swallow, or back water." j But they are not idle. They have found an organ in the Dollar Journal, and the lust issue of that paper contains two articles from Howard, which the Editor publishes with evident satisfaction. We annex them: .,, ,. . .. - ... - 1)ow(r question la at this time decidedly the most important issue uelore the country, and that it constitute one of the most prominent "' "i iii of the firm, consistent and influential Dem- ocrats o(. H(jw.irdi jn ;i eUcrlo ui a(1(is. .1 nTCC sjr, entirely agree with the views you express, and I do think they should be cordially and fully endorsed by "ter-v one calling himself a Democrat. fllv present on ect is simply lo deny the .,-,',,, .J '-. ,- tint even a respectable number of the De- mooratio party, and especially of Howard county, endorse the crr.cd as set forth by the D-inniir 'Vi l.i not T 1....... mm- 7 T ,". versed with a good number on the subject. and so far as I know, those who think with the Banner are very few indeed. It is a j subject now being much discussed. We begin to understand something about it, and think it something more than an abstraction Thev lii'iTin In rlefnM tin. niVr2 nlinlimr nf 9 , -y. . yww...g v.. those who irrant the ;;oinr hut deiiv the vol- icy. Is it not strange that some men will llatly deny the power ol Congress, and yet will give their aid to elect men to Congress v. 1, give kit am ,0 en ,- inen 10 congress who openly avoiv their belief that Congress has the nowerP They will not make it a I has the powerP They will not make it a tut, forsooth, because they say it is siidi- tut, forsooth, because they toy it it sum- cient for them that such persons drny the - - "-... logic; it is all policy no principle in it. i ou m i rest assure!, sir. your views as expn ed in the lust number of vour valuable paper, are those held bv all true : and reliable Democrats. They "will. nay. must in the present current of political events, constitute a great national States- W P-tv. which will swallow up all the minor combinations of political traitors and : their dupes. . ' ; Thus talks one of the "firm, consistent and influential Democrats of Howard." Hear it, neighbor Hancock heed it ! and ,hen rc.u wh.lt another savs of . ' , " "M. Koitor: I hope you will indulge me In expressing my entire approbation ofthe: nottoe you nave taken of the answers given ov.no ivaro c.mniy JJanne ler on the power oi v.oiigre over ine tiavery question, n - u.u -v,, 4ut . .,. x is morn time the trun demnornov o llnw.iri Wanner has most eftregiously misrepresented -m.ae, w . ... . ,H HHH , ,,,c - tenths ol Ihem occupy his position. Since! l!,e publication of that unfortunate milk and cider leader in the Banner. I have heard much said on its course, nil condemning it in the strongest t.-rms with the exception pf some three or liiur individuals, I am certain that the democracy of Howard County occu- py their long cherished principles; and that Ihe real democracy of Howard will not suner inemseivet lo no carried oil by a young and inexperienced editor who has been made Von may dismiss your fears about the Von may dismiss your fears about the Banner's speaking tl democracy. We nre .. uciuucrucy . or sirs nut on u.e jjMxncr s 1, :.tf..r,n in !! tnii,..n nn, IpL.a.. Ttl. - ,.i.,,c " TL. n..l.;.. r ; piauorms are ours 10 stand on, ana on lliese ive will l.p CnnnA hnlflirin. fnr th. r.riT.nii.los eontained in these platforms. We inscribe those principles on our flag, and will nail them to the mast in spite of the Banner and hi iii-auvisers. me real democracy ot ti... -i i H, ..I . l.V U ,l , u" , I '.W ,m, M.V nWHWHI W1.UUIXI6 i;.. IV I .11 J1U .... .w j ......... , MHU W . . .o oward will teach the Banner, that it must , , , i A , , . . , j learn the A. B. Vs f democracy before il ! a Kreat Colamntty, in the death jt a useful and demooruy ol that county as a test of demo nndcrtakes to lead them from the fundamental honorable man, was about lo fall upon the craey; but in Boone county, according to i principles that have characterised and dis- , city. This anxiety in regard to his situation the Columbia Journal, that UUeition is to tinguisbed the democratic party from the : increased, so ui.lcb, within the three or four be made a test with the democracy of Boone, ancient federal party ever since .the days of. d , j tsaumed such an iuten 1 where it is proposed to amalgamate with Jefferson. We will have the Banner man i . . . , . . , " I , , 1 1 i . to read the celebrated resolutions of KS audi' , W again and again, before he undertakes to lead the real democracy ol Howard from Jc! eison. ..n.l UUied DJT IW true Uuno- , crilU- e rejoice to hear that you and the i demoeraey of Boone are not on the Banner ; platform, and we wish the democracy of the , S'ate to ktiow that the demoeraey of Howard i Occupies her o!l! Pf1'00' We ea","",t ioU ! low the Haimer in Us detraction and aband- i -'-'it of the fundamental principles, that have been so ardently embraced, and foster - i W democracy Willi zeal, energy and I aui.ni , anu cuei isneu as one oi me earuinai prme.ples. that holds and sustains our free llls.llillions. We thank you most heartily for the casfi- gallon you have given Ihe Banner, and hope you will show him so clearly (hat he has de- him so clearly that he has de - uated so far from the democralic track that lie will ask forgiveness lor the great mis twill HI .org, eness ,or ... greu. ns - presentation he has commuted against the einocraoy, or if disposed to persist in his re de course, (fiat lie will go ocr to lite Whigs ut once. How abu. Oh! vou 'voum. and ' lUiJ lor!" Reud Ihe "resolutions of -9S and again and again," and if you don't un- dcrstand them-if you can't see democracy "sticking out of them"-borrow Dr. Low- rv's raagnifvers, read rrg.iin, and get Gen. . ,. and illitir ral" onc-tentti of the party in State. Death of A- B. Chambers. TM j 1 . . A . i it . . it , . , .Tb , " , -!.- Uh W ''aVe !r f"C , Mr-Chambers who, lor nearly seven-: teen years, has been at the head of this es- kMahment whose pen, lor all that period, ";l Kuln poini, aim cnaracter, aim inuucnce ; to this journal has ceased to live. He I Dreamed ins last, at ins residence hi tins city, last night, at 20 minutes past 1 1 "'c,ock; after an illness which had conlined . him to his bed for two weeks, and which neither the skill of eminent physicians, nor the atten,ion ot frien.ls could oottnteraet. I ,. , ,., The time is not such nn one at Will 8U- thorize the public to expect I rem us e:ther en extended notice of the history of the de ceased, or an v eulogy upon his character. ..." . . .... I reel too impressively the lost which his . . ",. ,a,nll' llus lne(I Whtoh Ihe Cily and State have encountered to enter Upon tueh a task now. Mr. Chambers has filled 1.0 ordinary space in the history of this city. In intellect, in information, in the habit of . ouservmjr everything that was patting around him in enterprise, energy and per- severance in whatever he undertook WM , a, remarkable man. Cautious in the .. man8genicnt ol his own aairs, hc was yet always ready to engage many enterprise which was of a laudable character, and to , uus may oe aiiri.iuieu muen or nis success in lifo. But we propose to speak of his public character for, although he never held nny importat office in this city, he was yet a public man, at the head of an influential-! jourua!) aluJ taki t , e m;Uler CQn. , , ... . , , . ith th " "PUlaUon "ty and .Mate in which he lived and which he loved so well. He lived, it may ... . . . . . , . , wlUl Uutn b'' sald 1,1 nnd tor St. Louis and -Iisso"r'; and no personal triumph, in any Co"te!'' would have been an gratification to him, if it had not been shared by his (el. i,.. :,;.,, , . . , awing part in all project! iortho im provementoi m. hums in commerce and mannlacliires. and evervthiin? calculated to Bid to add to her wealth and populat on, and r 1 citizens; and, now that he has passed from , we mav he alh-.wod t.-, t. , llla wnosi UHllorm correctness ol lus Judg. the am.ost unilorin correctness oi his nidi?- ; nient . and the propriety and success ol the j various measures proposed und advocated bv h!m Rarely did he fail in his judgment; and I .. . ,," , . , . , I lt roa'.be a,,0Wed lo ,he wrllor' whoM P- rftion in reference to him was GTie of unre- served intimacy, to say, that hc never knew nim to breathe a sentiment. in connection with putijo BfMrs, which did not look to the heal. .... i ! mi P'Prc" a,lu glory ' t. iouis. i mt I th Pro?re" a,ld Klor 01 St- L' ie sentiments ol tne,"-"""""1' " upon en occuions, anu . . 1. , . 1 I . 1 i ........... .......I .. 11 ; .1 ; everv neie, gave 10 nun ineitiii'ience wtuct: . I.. ..J .1... 11 - ... UO unaouoiea.y exerciteu HI UUS City, i.nil And as. from day i to ua'' lor " wclk r' his Critical Condi- j tion was made known and men began to 1 think of the nart which he had taken in nuti. - - r.. i; !.. .1 ...i.i i,., i.i... "lJ lu uv awnon paiiuui .o inose wno j were immediately associated with him. j Truly may it be remarked, that many men nnt o))c q( a, h subject, the Amies themselves cannot unite, i ' .,,,. , , ., , I '"MM sympathising friends as Mr. Cham-; only when and where there is a chance of bers. He has li-.ft also, the impress of his making it count in their favor. In Bixino ' enterprise, his forecast, and his judgment, : they ire hard pressed for a hubby to diwdu upon tbi city of his affections, and it u ill be the whigs and ride nlo otlice, und banco . . . . . , wdl " there can be one who can ue found the dere to nuke the power test the it. , his fda. ue-but the whigt over there fully under- .yiore than tins we cannot say now. He . died m the meruliau of life and of bis use- by tueh chaff -but will unite in electing ' ,,;, . ii. ,U .i ,.d ..ll.kl. ..,:. ,.,!, r Lu. e 9 ' 'ears ot age. Itrpnblican, 23.1. ! Tir'The New Vork Herald, v.hiili has heretofore been furnished to subscribers at , ,he ra(e o. ceilU ,T copy, has struck . ,. , ,' '' '-, r higher prices, and now demands three, centt. I 23The Hon. -Moses H. (Jriiinell. of New 1 ' ' wet acanoiuaie, on the pari ol llle ,orthe "hernatoriul chair, of I tho Eml'ire S'Bte- The Whig convention (o select a wM ''. the last, ,veck of S-Tu'"her next. I Money. Wc call the attention of readers to the foU lowing extract from the money article of the St. Louis Price Current. There is a di rect ness in it which we heartily commend, and its facts should be well pondered by our farmers and business men: Sight checks on Huston. New York, Phil- thc I ndelphia and Baltimore are selling at J pjr cent premium: Cincinnati, Louisville, Chi cago par, and New Orleans from par to J discount, jvistern exciiange coin inucs very scared and our private bankers Bnd it very difflult l keCp ll"'ir ea,lCr" cf"-rePondents 0M fun(is. We hear similar comnkmU in Cl.i- ca20. Lollisvll!c mi Cinoinnatf. of the dif. ficui,y ofkeeping up a supply of eastern ex- change. The fact is, the whole west has mnn ahead too renidlv the Dust few voir We have run in debt, and now owe mnro tnan we able to pay. This is shown prt.Uy plain by the unusual high rate 0f eastern exchange at the prominent poittta in the west. The products of the counlry Uo not furnish a lUpprV e;tial tothe demand. ii . i Onr nrivata bnnlceM are cotnnelled to shin cojn to keep up a supply. Tima hilU are taken unon the Raifpm ahH Southern oities at 1 i nor cent ner month 1 i off. The s'ree! rates fur money is as follows: Long pa' cr. secured by real estate, at the rate of 1 5 per oent per month; good cem merolal paper 1 to 'J. ) cent per month. The amount of merchandise brought into, the country has Leon much larger than the wants of the country demand, Goods have been urged upon the west, without taking into consideration the abilitv of the country 11110 consiaerauoii ine auiuij 01 ibb oouuiry lo ,ay for tlu.m within the specified time. The country merchants have been forced, in consequence to sell their goods to the far- mors m much ari'cr sums than their rosi- tion would justify, and now when Ihe mo- ; ney ought to be realized, they are not in a condition to pay for then. The result of this illegitimate." and forced trade, is that all ' afe lnr(, . m ,o ma(uri ob ,. . ' . . ligation.. The lacht.es l.ere.olore exten- ded by banking institution, in the W estern States, are restricted in consequence of the i , , , , auverse rat,- .,1 eastern exchange, brought about by this forced process of overtrading, The loss of coin from the banking institu- tior.s. and the rapid return of their issues .. , , , Upon them for redemption, compelf thtm to restrict their operations and limit their ac- oommodationi. They are foroefi to protect ilif.iv.inK-c We have never known a period rescm ji.uv. great body ofthe products of the West have ...! ... ,n,.,-l., ..ill ,..l..- are atnintt ut. ThU anntinued hiorh are against us. J his continued high rates ; of exchange is draining u of coin. The Bank of Missouri is compelled to withhold her accommodations from the bnil.c.i mc. . , , : "' ' ty " "'ul"1 the continued call Upon her for Coin. Time paper cannot ha negotiated to the eastern cities, unless al ru ions rates ol interest. We can see nothing in the present aspect oi uungs, mat ia to materiaUy relieve peou- niarly the wants of business men, in this section ol the country, until another crop is gathered and forwarded io market. The DtrrcBCMCE. In Howard county, question of ihe constitutional power cf Congress over the subnet of slavery in Ter- . . . m r!i..rip ! miJI.i1 i, t .t. "'g. ..oUe..j .ue power ana rw can. -lidatM for the Legislature upon that bobby ' alone. This serves to show that no'.with stand the matter, and are not to be caught " 9 M j Hire.-Paris Mercury. A d arter has been granted to aeompany n New Vork, for the introduction cf camels in the south-western country, as beasts of j' I'UiiUn. The capital stock it 100,000 with the privilege of increasing it. Their average lodu is 1UUU pound, and they will travel with this burden thirty miles day. The chief ol the War Department suggestt the employment of these animals, tnd il it ;.rgUed that they will be jieculiarly service, ble in the pursuit of Indians, a they tr papsMa of a speed of 150 mile, a day.