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' 3 7'- i . ' s :! . ' n ll 'I 111 li ill Hi it! n i;i 1 1 ; ; ? ? I, V - , AC JOUHN A L A N D : UNIO Ii.of t A i rprtwri ;-.nj " B S M A L i a' 4 TIILT.SPAY, - - '" ! 'trtn.!r.-,l !n innKMt n r. JACkilQI a. aar.4 f tliaitfr, at ihtr ftr.eulaf klit. . , . 14. , ' Vr Vfa etitlwr. m innnitiird B. j .RH.tiftl.rr nn SMnta fur thei-lff f alani ttiitrtt ai tlte attaintr a.i-tti trwniaa. "J"'' We ara anthnrtiM In animinre WW. A. WSPffOf I eaaa.tlaia for kfcrilfr of llarloa rounir at lb cntalog eleeiiiwi. H" W in amhnrlrril to annoaara t I.. H AWKtN, nf riirrrta a raiwi'.ifv t.,r trm ata.e trf carvnit Attorney, 111 ahi, Iba Tlilr J,llal Ciiruil. iT KALI. (::.; N rv vviiii; MKKI IMi. Tna Whtra ay la Mareh m aprvitnl arliitra tn iha Ibaic ( onvtmlnii.' rtf Msrtoii enumv will hi-( at r.inra (lie ftr MoiMlav in tomnhfirnmroii M11 Cuaiitv CoNrcminii to nominal aanaia.tii for th l.-piitn'Uft, WTOFFKRS T.I C ;.C".4.-i.tV.hnwmf nltra to fmU. t tar.;l H.'.nih ili HKMiliM ttf .'I Mil II. A T Rf 1. mn4 MAV: 'In al'tpla wwnlt'r a f't.y af ffa.ialn'i M.u-.xl.ia r fir three d rilarr. ft'r The nl-rlj.!loi. .r.ra of thriw amilul fi-'n do'u ffrnn .hit ni, n,f n. ..,,.( f..-n. w uh. - M:til.ar ihra will ba Ii.rar4rl for a.r. flf en?!. 4'! Harta.tr llafaalar, ar fiv of tlia Larf,f j I1.h!;, art ha aiar rli- toreaar la ttltaa-ir. f.-.. 4' a in lu otijri fnr'i :u w.ia ne rurta llta Jtunuiana rrtraa. aiw mr r t.w. u w MacnAHtra, aiaai ar maua mp at.iirc: at n " nr Iba aibar obi i nam. - SgT THE CRUSADE FOR LHJirr.TY, ' I see all the despots of the European eof.ti t.ati .mttji'l in A rr.i..'lA r !n.l 1 . 1 1 n t-t . jlinyn 1 re two powers nni'rnt, yet the "position 0f wmcn may wcu uacrie ior or r.painsi ucpoiism; these two powers are Great Dritnin and Amer . Kwvth't j"Tf .4 f iS.. Lovit lets the 12' h . . . i- ' . , Kossuth in tlic most di.nger.nis men ti ho lu.s .. Tr appeared in the Uuilcd States. ' His clo - ' quence and power of reasoning may yet drag us . into some disaster. If Great Britain and Amer- ica ahould scl U;e world at war, by uniting iii a crusade fur liberty, what could they accom- .iish? . . Erer since Europe contjuered Napoleon, Rus ' aia lias been steiulily increasing her former pro '' tligious power, and extending her already w ide Pan,t f territory. , She ha now within her , dominiosis, tixty-six millions of men, and her , territory embraces one-seventh of the labilablc - globe. The progress of the United States, during the ' last ten years, is almost, if not quite without a parallel in history. Their population has in creased from eighteen millions to twenty-four millions 5 and from above two millions of square miles, our flag now floats over ' three millions ' ' three hundred thousand. JYith all this, there haa been, a yast accumulation oX weakh and power. ' r, .', While Rus;ia, jon the lher aide," and Ameri ca on this aido the Atlantic, have thus been grow , uig in greatness and strength; Franco has been ; the centre " of- several . poliiical . convulsions WuiUl have iiivar.alOv- .tr.nr.i . ..... ... ..n.' " aaay wiru . that of 1830 shook the globe, producing results , the effect of which will bo felt while the world i tndsJ. The revolution of 1818 lighted into a flame the spirit of liberty all over, Europe. In auiujiu, i ru?ia mo monarciiy was overthrown, end a republican form of government substituted. A . civil war burst out in Austria, and .raged vio lently through all her provinces. ' These were ubdueJ, except the Magyars ii Hungary, who, brave, warlike, strong hi their' love of freedom, and led by talented commanders, (the greatest of . whom va Kossuth) fought for their indepen dence, long and well. . Although numbering but a third of the population of Hunznrv. and nn . eighth of Uiat of the monarciiy, tho latter never j could have conquered them, unaided. 'The glo rious Magyars yielded only to the intervention ofahundrcd and fifty thousand Russian sol dier. That intervention saved to Austria the name of a nation, but placed her at the disposal of Russia. The news of the French Revolu ' tion, of 1848, was .received, in thia country with ' the most enthusiastio demonstrations f, rejoicing, - though there were some, who, with a deeper in ight into French character andFreiich history, did not parUke of the general joy. , We rcco!- lect there was a torchlight procession in St. Loui, and speaking in front of the court house, and Mr. Hate was invited to participate, but he ? declined, slating that wc might yet have cause i to mourn for France that the people had not , furnished sufficient evidence of their capacity for enjoying and reloinini? 'freedom. Hvi,ia . are proving tlie correctness or this opinion. The moke is rising from tho a.kes of liberty in France, and the Prince President, with a bloody hand and a leaden conscience, trembles on a iwurpur'. throne. He sworo to preserve to France her Republican institutions; the people themselves forced him to perjure' himself, nnd to establish over llicm military despotism. Austria is now more despotic than ever, and Prussia is fast retrograding to the, same point. All these things teach us, that a 'frucjrle for jiueny must . bo successful, , or tho end will be worse than the beginning.. If con iiueiu w uceess, w should at least be satisfied &at tilt nation to be freed is capable of enjoying nn rciainmg irr eacm, or, lite France, it may pursue a course resulting in deep injury' 'to that cause, which is the holie.t cn' earth, save reli gion. - ' ; ' ' ; One consequence of the politic! troubles wbluh hate detracted Europe, during tho lust four year, is the vast augmentation of the ar jnie of the continent. The four nations of Rus sia, Prussia, Austria ond Fnnce, have a million ud a half of men in rms : Riuia hassixhun. fred thousand j Prussia, two hundred thousand; Austria and Frunce, each, three hundred and tighty Jive thousand. Against this million nnd Jialf hf. men, fighting on theiV own soil, must that Crusade for Lirty be eondu-ted by Eng land and. America, and England and America -lone.', i, EngL-.ad i now in a weak ana eritira! nA.'.,i;. uon. x or year past, sli has aufljcrrd from the ' ol,7 J TV .. ' ' 1 " p,,rarf. on (hr W&Wvvnlhan Amerk r.d AWMJ?ivfc Mr. w. H. ..... p. . . .,v,w' Shot B-eretJtcliaujed.wisliettl Injury. m ... 1 ,hrce?u?vi llim""h'' rawing her pofitllnli ifi to million, within Ihe las fivc, eai. ...atKinj i i urmi aiicutiiw Litem r . J.cngnged, aiiring the lust or.uury Ri.do half, have - tvcrburaVnerl tbkpeoplo M-lih debt. It is liwjl - MAtlCH 19, 1855.1ih has added vastly to her IcrriUiy, within ll littt thirty year, by acquisitions in India ; Put ar, by arfjuisUion in Ii.dio lint wmi tiiigiiiiy to, ai mo nniiouncrmrm maae on jenri in tliul qnhtlcr, are real dijo tulittin board of tlie Evening Dispatch that ia oxponso of the warn, comhinrd I-ni Nnpoloon had lecn ainatd. The tighty eauicay iv doublod ,the jrenc-f fettling joctned. to fctj'.vtio of thankful lcr very- successr ostrrt 5 for tlia with otlitr? lpty taxei, doubted the lt ljl, douMcJ the incum - branoe, on the jieople, through every tfanth of industry, and on all property; while" they arc left but half their former resource for paying them. Her colonies pre dUaffeetcd.,. One firth .. of the grain eonwnetl by the nation ii imported, o it - - 1 oi DJ lorcign pons cinc snmii lit r. Slu has her one hundred millions of Indian subjects to keep in subject ion, and noineonsiderablc por tion of her strength is called fur to withstand lUC IlOilllltlCl OL the ClUircei, tt tllB CilpO OI Goo 1 Iloiie. , Great Britain could not now, in , - lt any emergency whatever, muster. t lncr mcrc.. , , . . . . VtiJlfl lllirlj" irG'5f i.vi tX(Jli .ltu lUJl kl.ipt 4l UlC . line, So fsr from bcin prepared to act on the offensive, she will think hqrsolT well off", if she escape being overwhelmed by invasion. Three thousand mites from the scene of r.c- .lion, hew could llio United Statrs.keep up the i ii"t-nc umiirs r.i'ciasuij 10 ui.jii..iu juuicji.- To rcilcrc-freedwn in Europe, Europe ir.ust be eonquefed, for in the picscnt condition of Eu ropean 6fiitirsr Liberty has not where to rest the ssU of her foot-. Dieted with boundless pros perity, and rushing forward on the full tido of happy progress, the United States has too much to lose, and too much to peril, recklessly to en gage in a Crnsr.de for liberty in Europe, the rc su!t"of which would be so uncertain, in every respect; , WAKED UP Tlii: VROG PASSEN- , . ' GER! ' A slierttime since, we wrote to a gentlcm.m in one of tho intanor counties, requesting him to inform us concerning certain specified mat ters, r.nd give also his own opinions in relation thereto. , The uiiswcr, whicli we giro below, shows that we rattier " burnt our fingers " that time :'..' .:, .... ' " 1 Florida, Monroe County! Mo., ..." . March 11th, 1S52. Mf. O. Clemens Dm Sib: - 1 received, vesterday, your polite communication of the 5ih inst., from which I discover j ou are laboring under a bit of a mis take, for I am not a whip, never was, ond never expect to be. JCut on the contrary, 1 cm a de mocrat, dyed in the wool, fast color, warranted not to fade in the washing. l?y what species of lojrio you we're brought I in I . . ..." ... . o conceive tlml 1 could be a w lug, or Jiow vou cv iHtii' wuwii)c(jruint-fir-evcn the existence of so liumlile n mdivrlus! as I im, is ttie nnn!l pr.rt of a. nine drys wonder wilJi mo. JJut won ders never ccuse. , My fu'her-in-l.iw, Capt. , takes your pa per, and I have not been a very (inconstant render of .it, and if il bo any satisfaction toymi, I may say I have been rijrht well pleased with its contents, snve the politics. - Wiching yon every species of personal pros perity, and hoping that your pol'uic-nl ratiocina tions may be just as correct as your supposition concerning my politics, ' ! I remain very ob'tly yours, Now, as the writer of tho above is a gentle man of candor and frankness, and as vt c feel an interest in ascertaining to which division of the Democratic- party a m m of his evident 'talents belongs, we hope he will inform lis what coi. ob he was "dyed?" As Benton wars with the tomahawk and scalping knife, and tries to make proselytes by burning unbelievers at the! stake, blood aco would denote the proper dye - ing color for hi disciples. As tho autUIicnton parly will probably bo killed off or swallowed up by the Benton party before the next Presi-' denliul uleclion, lacic would be ah appropriate' color, as a token of mourning, in advance. j to a request made to him to define his position, But, seriously, a man who understands so that the Union was the organ of his psrty, has well tho use of his pen, w ill find no difficulty ; killed its chance off, if it ever bed any. The a in giying Teutons for espousing the one side or' huso heaped upon the uuti-Bcnlon party on ev tlie other ; no trouble to fell us why he is Ben- ! cry opportunity by Mr. Btnton, cannot be for lon or Anti-Bcnton. The true source of differ-' gotten by them, and there aro high minded men, ence, and the exnet position of the present boun'nei of strong convictions, and earnest truthful dury lines, are matter of as much interest to' ncsa among them, who will never forgive the Whigi. as Democrats. : , j man who sought so mnUimantlv lo villif tl..m W Y...U - .... o'".i u coiiimmitc.iuon.iroin our Demo cratic friend on this point. j-ln the Wttahinglon correspondence of the Republican, published in another column, we notice that a bill was introduced into the House, for a railroad from Toledo, in Ohio, to Uie Mississippi river or near Hannibal. : It was sent to the Committee of the Wholo. Fire Kiiglnc. Wo should like to sec some steps taken to or Jgaiilze a company to man tho Liberty Engine. aucii a company could render it much more ef licient, in timo of need. A few men, properly umiieu, count uo the work of double the number without discipline, and in half the time. W M-nnncA if... 4 a . 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 ...j.vv ...... mining ue neiu tins evening, at the city Hall, for the purpose of forming a com pany, .... W.. I',. tr. n ... ...... ..A1J ()jJl;1) neiu and lair piny ' for Hungary Hungary "5IU" uina, an.i no injer venliou. lie wiinla arms and money to uid Hungary in a coi.tes! with Austria, and if Russia interfiles, ho w.mU tlie United Stales mid Great Britain to interfere also. This appears, from his si.eecl.es. m1 J those of his friends, to be his mia.on." p-We refer whh jdcauro to the card c-f our oldfnencl., Z F. lVet.,1 & Co., Importer, nnd j...lt.u uuaicri in urugs, &c., St. Lou illlS, All... .!:!. . . . JOUKNAL AND UNION HANNIBAL. MO., MARCH; st. tou co r c kspo.ndexc e. J for Ihe Journal.) Srl.Loriaj March 14. Our village, Wa thrown Inttf'i tery agrccublc .i still Te- wmi slightly o, l tho announcement made 00 1 nc, unJ llnalmoit tinivcnalexprcion- Ifi too good to he tnifyr Tlie knnodntomcnt ira made at tho German meeting at vhich Kotiulh wai peaking, find wa met with wild gladness by every one present. The news wai clipped from the lkiston Times of the 4th instituted Halifax, the 3d. Tlie Net York Tribune has tli patches from Halifax, of the 4lh, which say, " All tranquil in France." This, in my opin ion, puts the lio dircot upon it, hacked by the faet tlml we have received notliing of it here by telegraph. Allhough such will be his fate, I feel prophetically confident, I cm compelled to think, Ihe new" urera'.dri by the lightning i s tuu guou lo oo trac. Louis Kossuth has delivered his speech, and his visit here, as far as the subscription of a considerable amount of material aid is concerned, ia an undoubted failure. Out of the rank of the Germans, there is nothing Mm enthusiasm, While the Irish, led cn by tho Catholic orgaK 'The Shepherd of the alley," are opposed to him.' , His speech on Friday was evidently an attempt (o set himself right with the Catholics, and to meet the Jesuits resolutely in their strong hold.", It Was the one strong feature of his speech, and though touching on dangerous ground, ho contrived with subtle delicacy, wea ving in with his fascinating eloquence not to jar upon the religious feelings of the many Catho lics present. He made tho curious statement, that of the thirtv-five reverend fathers .in the Jesuits' College bore, eight are imported from Austria, and went on logically to argue that the great opposition they met witli here might w ilh some show of probability be traced to that fact It certainly presents food for reflection. He speak with a strong foreign, but very pleasing accentuation, not unlike a Frenchman, and is very like the portraits. His delivery is distincti audible to a long distance, and his gesticulation is marked by a quiet but expressive dignity (but we have perhaps never seen surpassed. lie writes his speeches out, they are re-written for the press, und he speaks with the original manuscript in his hand. This last detract greatly from his merit a an orator. It rained incessantly during the speech, as it had done for two days and nights before, but every body stood their ground, spelt-bound by his surpass ing 4miim;e.'.. 31-d-ac KoiiUll lecuived (lie visits of ladies on Saturday, in her rooms at the Plan! ers' House. There was, of course, a great 'display of dresses on the occasion. Mr. Benton hn nut yet called on the Gover nor, nor will he, wo believe, as Kossuth, it is said haves to-day, This will reflect upon "the Senator ef thirty years standing" among the German Free Soilers, ond will be remembered by them, fatally to his hopes, some time in the future. By it,-; nothing' can be more evident than that the Hon. gentleman is like the little boy on two stools, or in the position of the ass between two bundles of hay that, in short, he is wavering between the German and Irish vote. He does not visit Kossuth; this is to tickle the Irish, because their Catholic organ denounces him a anti-Catholic; and he leaves the Germans (o be. pacified by Blair, Kayser & Co. The shallow artifice -is however seen through by tiding Germans, nnd I state this knowingly. j T'le coming charter election excites but little interest yet. The Anti-Benton men were at , first disposed to think well of the mixed ticket, hut the declaration of Gen. Conway, who was thought not to be an ultra Bcntonian, ii answer . " . . whenever or wlicrever opportunity served Tlie city is becoming lively with the welcome arrivals of country merchants for their spring purchases, and the race of business is beginning to look cheerful ngain. The amusements are few, but the unequalled entertainments of the Campbell Minstrels have been crowding Wv man's Hull for the past two weeks. They closed on raiurday wilh a concert given to the or phans. The Mayor of Quiney and a delegation ar- rived hereto invite Kossuth to their city, but .l m ... . . ino Magyar politely declined the honor. Yours CRUX, EJ-See aJ.ertistnent of CHARLES P. FREEMAN tc Co , of New York. They will do a Urg ku.inrM oecsme they aUvcrtiM extenivaly, and of course cat, alTjid to sell at a toiall piofit.snd will io so, for Ihe sarat reason mat uifjr aUrertise ris: lo extend Ibeir bu'iurfS. Kossuth arrived at St. Louis, on Teusday, the Oil. Inst. A dense mass of people, estima ted at from five to ciirht thousand. itn the landing when ihe steamboat Emperor, bi aring Kosuth mid hi suite, lunded. On Fri- lay nfternoon, be addressed the people on the open puce south of hucas market. AlthoiKdi .1 ta w . " . . " it rained all thc time, it is supposed eitrht thou sand people listened to his speech. t was heard with deep attention and f reqnent appluuse. Cai iioasiANi, if you want a Rood outfit in thc cooking lino, you are interested in Mr. C. W. 15Tit's odvertiscmcnt. O-We should be glad to heir from ottr friend at i.oanckCj frequently TRotrn. 14 week a profusion of. bills, ornamenting the botels end sides of prominent buildings, n- nouneed tliat the boe "feforaci'.'.troupo were going to perform certain specified wonders, irBenfon llall. . All the little boys, in towji gafced' on tlie groups of stonishig pictures which appeared on the above mentioned oills, and were thereby wrought Hp to on intense' pitch of excitement. It was to be a real theatre, and lhc' troupe," which, nobody had ever heard f before,) wae so "Celebrated." Well, the tno- , . , , . ... menttras ercning Came. Tliose who enjoyed the fcru ity of ryintr a quarter, to see the show, found a large man on the first story, who re ceived the money, and a small man aC the top of the second pair of steps, who received the tick ets. ; These men, thus engaged in this apparent ly humble occupation, were the very persons who wero afterwards transformed into heroes and soldiers bv the power of paint. In the hall u,n,irn.i.n.r,ri. f ... .!nin i THE . , lw" , v "(chunec: tmylhmg must bt and is regulated bjr:0rev, 0f Ky triel to gel in an amendment, inrrr.ntnrnalriru.fi Pllrlnin. hnliinil uliull Was' C....J : l.lt. !... . . J' . . ' ' . u .... . 1 .....w... w. - 1 si! the mrstcrici-'-l.i3&Wfttr.lia of th ?i!a--.''!.v (re. .,''' When the curlin was pulled to one side, the . v.. ...V . ,...h who receivcu uie money ai me iop oi int; i - pair of tajrf. He was evidently a novice, awl; j acted hii part about a you have ecnboys, in ft thespian society. He was intended to be a i f.i v.- l j i t i i! lover of the distinguished danseuse, who phyed the part of a miss in short dresses, though her February's of the seven leap, year in twenty-' 0 M nuj - knavery. 1 say nothing now apparent age would have justified her in wear- eight common years, lol-1!)0 inplUeuce b;-0ng!.t to operate in carrying ir.g them longer, and we have seen spectacles on I 1 f ll"s,dion : T.el,ri:iry 1S52 has five (u't particular meav.iro fom whieh gfeat bene i ,. am ,l it ! eundys ; reckoning from 1Sj2 wc sco t ho same r., v.,n ,ir 1 f.- dm i, individual an,l Vnlllto-pr lnr.L-tt.tf u.r.t.l Tipn I ho amrttl mm. - 1 , Ills .ire. CXil"CJlO KOW W IlI'.IIVI'.l'Hils ttiu who came in first as a corporal in tlie' army, j and then pretended to be drunk, for the amuse-! ment of tlie audience, made np the third char acler in this burlesque of a farce, the dullness of which was not relieved even by the disgust ing blackguardisms with which it was profuse ly interlarded. After this wretched abomination was finished, the danseuse favored the audience with several dance, very skilfully performed, and tho only part of the whole performance whicli was worth going half a square to ee, if tho charge had been nothing. Boot ahd Snot Man vracTonr. Sec adver l! r n LUCfnciU U 1 JUCSSrt JVLElW ARD oL AlADDQI. They have some of the cheapest and best boots and shoe we have ever seen. They warrant all they sell. If you buy of them, arid thc work rips or bursts, they will mend it and charge you nothing. Fair enough, is it not? particularly, as their prices are so Very low. New Stohe i n New London. Our old friend, Mr. G. C. Hats, has resumed business is New . Luiluun. - :' . Leek &. Arbog ast announce new arrivals. They have splendid Havanas, Stc. Read ihe advert imnt. For the Journal a'.d Union. ' Whea a greM man withes to advise the people foi their good, or to admonish them or impending dangar, or, not being a member of Congress, wishes to bring any matter to the notice of that august body, lie re sorts, often, to the plan of writing a letter to some dis tingiiiihed friend, wha will putilish it. Now, sir, I wih to impress s thought on Congress, and, if it be in order, would address that body through your Journal. My subject, sir, it Tlie Post Office EBtablislinieut una Hail, roads. The proposition I submit, is that Congress is bound, in duty, to cheapen, expedite, extend and ren.ler perma nent, the transportation ef the Uui'ed States mad. As regards the "bounden duty, I refer lo ihe Con stitution, and the loyally due from the representative to his constituents, and to potte-ity. This obligation of duly, however, does not require iinpiobabitMe; but it does require all that tan be done, consistent with the end. ... The Post Office eitablisbment is e tint, only, great mediuoiof Intelligence. In It, the masien, as well as politicians, hare a direct interest in Ihet exaot firopor tionas they ha', need of light, ami j.oliliial and pecuniary rights to promote and protect . ,,ru,uol. .nu proicci. Of what avail to the people are acts of Congress, raanlt.ftnn. rl,u-l.r r . r t .... of resolutiona declaratoiy of doc Irines as of "Liter veution" unless the people for whose use or edifiction such are manufactured, are provided with a reiUin and early mode of obtaining them? But, while the ex pense of transporting the mails, or. llii present pln, is still goii g on, incieasing in costs, as well as magnitude of services required, shall Congress, the asc.it, repre entatjve of Uie people, fail to meet and provide cheap er, more expeditious, and more pcrmaueid me hods of c Jnveyrncc? The people look to Congfess, to whom, alone, the power uuelcgated, to consumate their withes. Neillier aia they so se.fiih, ai i.on-iutcrveniion" gentlemen on tnir subject might say as to tak Congrots to pro vide mails, or to build railroads, lo pass every man's uoor. 1 ney asa no such thing I km lhf v do a. and rrouir that aid ahould be afforded to such sectiona and people at have the energy and enterprise to embark llieirown means, time and talents, in the cstablitl.mtut and construction of public facilities open to til, for bidden to none. They ask not tut Concrtsi shall an- gge in building mud-pikei and bridg ng .loill s'reams, in -v,ry coumy. nut the people of the Ureal Wed, wliote tods have enhaueed the public domain, kept fi ll tlie coffers of government, and dignified ih char, aeter or the continent, da ask that tfong.sis thoutd lend the aid of the Government toextHd,expcdi!e,and render permanent and sare,llie transmission of the failed States mails to the West. South. W.t .n.l Norlb-We.t, by contributing lo the establishment and constmction of every important link of railway fiom tk. u .1 . ... . . " .... . me nesirrn itottettions oX Uie tit a-1 9 Lj Arrair at Lictiiim V. i,rr. ti,.. desperate affray occurred at. Lagrange, last Sat nrdnv L,.t 1 1 ., uniA, Detween Jme ami f anrmt iv.ll.u , James and Peter C..uu .7 1 !i" . .. I the rencctr- . i 1.. 1 i that Mr. Per Cat. U "Z2 ZL 11. I a a . J the shoulder Olid lerr. : l - . .1111 ring the melee by Jame DalU. Mr. Jus. Cot ircu is also cut 111 several places, but not seri- toi- uu.,v uurr. jwui qi tho Messrs. Dallas re ceived injuries in tho affray. o We hear this (Monday ) morning that Mr. P. v,-...c.4 U.K Weu, ana strong hope are en tertained of his recovery. o -Va.1 DallM wa'neIl hail in the sum 01 1,000 for his ittnunt... .1 il,. . r . , - -rr..uv ai mo urn iuiv term vf the Circuit court. Canton Reporter. 0 u o -18. -1852. j j j . Yot tits Journal. ; TniRnAKONWiiY. :( : Uoxose, l?oward l'o.. Mo., ? j Margh 411.1852. .l . "Durin('tiie pa'st month, perliaps, no remark hns been oftpner tndft Vt mf o frciiuontly heard than "Ft'bnir.ry ha fivo Sundiiys, this year! Whon did such o thing evef happen before t and when will it happm so npain ?n , .This, wth some, is regarded os nn exlrnnrdi hhrr oecMrrehee; trnd even IhC "oldert intiahi tant" does not remember" of ever having known of such a thing before. Some person or persons have been so kind as UO Inlorm us when sucli an eveni win ng;un oc no iniorni ii. n uni aucu tin ..u. ..... ( b,i( A ,o ()ie nJe or hw nrC(,n, . . -tt iiiff to which such occurrences take jilacc thej have lei l us "in lite ii;,iK. It is supposed by a reat number of persons, who never trouble thrmsrves with thinking, that such thin;- do realtj- happen, or in oilier words, cumctiy chance. Nowto all such persons, we would eravc permission to fay, that ours is not a world of I II. . - t ! ............... .1 tt ; cuancr. nun iiowfvt-r Miiiiu il jmhv auunu 1U i - ii. .1 . r nt tl r 9t ,fici-i( mV -.nmn ltfl DU,"r' "", " .... ....... .j some iixru, lniiiui'fui. unt itti.it: ii.-it; iihim re:'i:r wiiv' T'al'.Yi.atv somctli...- l&uiKlays, and a law nceomiiig lo wluoti such oe-1 ;curreneis take place. ffllna tln tti i ri' tri nn i nr. fV t- niit vflnf ln t,vory Jonr jiifjexuip,- or it;,,, year!0r,iic ; 4x iicJ lier.co it occurs in evt ry V ; V- eiri.t yt,r ,s a J 1:. n?! live.'' ' Sundays, one with five Mor.dny, one with five V"1' "" - '7 "'V.. " i "vc Thursday, one with five in lays, und cue xvith fiv Saturday. Thin mukc.Mio seven' occurrence every l wcnly-cigl.t years, or every .... .., )W, conning i-i.niT way i inus,' lo.. . '.V . rv.V V .,' -''"'" " Vl .1 i 3 oT V-i i L , J , , . ifrom the -old Slates, including Kcntucliy, Ten. tho 1st, 8,h, lj ,.h,2i!.l and :!yth day ol I ebru- nefQOt onJ Th , c,.lim Mm( arj- were Sundays. Ihe same t.x-k ph.ee in rUoll 0r iho iMildie domain for themselves, and cy.V -I0'. I ''?' ' l0' it,ul ,V11 oC,('ur , Iionco it is that they resist tho twang of these n il, i, u-., uoo, .c, .vs. ll eeiiir errrv j Al lhf moment of voting to defeat hmity-t,g,t jars. kp year, hSW (,le m for Mi'0lirit members of Congress I ebruary will have five I ndays, the next IS- from Kentucky and Tennessee had the temerity 60 five n edi.esdays the next 181, 1 five t0 a,,voca,0 bill, of a precisely similar character Mondays, the next, 1803 five Saturdays, the ( rjr thcir States, as if they had entitled them next l,Sf2 five Tnursdays, the next. 1S,(3 sclvCJ toUCCC5i by tlie liberality of their con five Tuesdays, the next, lbbO five AWtii.?,-tU(.( J jusUJy. tight yens hma. j liut dcle,ali;n from New York and Pcnn- These remarks may be justly considered cut svIv.,ni:l lir.vc met rven a morc extraordi or season, but wc hope none the worse by it, as ; cmlr5C. o.' tlie thirty-four members from many thing are more highly prized a little out Nev York( u.ree only voted for the Missouri of season than otl.envise-lor instance, a fresh jbill. Mi:1 , u areJ , asking for the ex rose ,n winter. . There is an old adage which penditure of a few hundred of thousand, of says, "never too late to do good let render ' dfAhrt in thc encouragement of lines or mail it thus, and we 11 say no more about it it is ,;eamP ; 0 few hundred thousan l dollars for 0 - D . " JxSec advertisement of O. W. Jinosir. His stock of furniture is large and elegant ; he will sell you good bargains. ..... IUJ IU II U LU UU UUJ. , Mr. Ititutoui's hpeecli. we nre m.tolcu .a nun, u. ivantool, Jn., of' Vf . ,.-.- . P ., , ... I .....,. ., . w o, .. spctc. iron, wi,;ch Mm. n.nr t ma ,.. .. .n 11, a tl. r,l t, terectii gto uj at ciu.irg frcm a Norlheast Demo . j, .....m I'Kt-. 1' 11 111 ' ertit. It eIiows Ihe mutual dependence upon each other, of (he Kastand West, and die necMsity of con necting thera by all the avenues of trade possible. HTHVehave received Paamcar is C'o.'ai 'Couu terrtit Detectorj for JIaicli, fiom which wtiaake the following extracts: Latest Counterfeits. " Bank cf Danville. Pa'' n. irt end ol note, a lemale and an o.gc with h.-a.l of Wash- I was iini-rcnte. Evety hun-e and possitilc shelter at injton on its lir.o-t l.ead of Jacli.-oi on kl'l euil-i Chap.iwn fall to oieiflowing, anl numbers wero a tune on r glit. tatting the bact Irar-lc, to embark at New York in Columbia limit Bridge Co., Pa. Ili's g;od imi- 'lili"rT cs,l, around Hie Haiti, or to An. I a pang lalii.ii ofthe f.iiiin-.-.afajeiie on tleri.-ltt and a'cro'th plains. Tlie pM:.gers here yesterday, in steamboat and lo child, en on tiie lell fiiiesra blor-1 "" A,ll-''t,c conclude.l lo wait for soring, and rel " th.ntry ihe evrla:id route. Thev think that, wilh 'Farmers' 15 tnkef Sclnivll-ill Po r.- in-. every pos-dMc degree of Miccew and Ul.,..leh,tl.e.B. femle .e..,d,.,e.O "",? th- Islhm.. ill not roach female on e.ch mara, and the letter X in ehco , orlXo mouth.:,,,5;m,t'0" "' "X ner not like genuine. j . "Tradesmen's Bank. Thil., Pa". 10' vig. female ' There is an old story of a cardinal who was and anchor, ships in the distance-m-gravi, g on die obliged to stay in Paris during tlie worst season ends dark ai d heavy, and ih le ior n lallier bluied ' nf t, .. l . e t-.-ti ' -.ir.o.i ; lib. i... 6 .-' Ihe revolution of 1 .02. when it was a canit.il i.r.: Ii La i-eii.iipa 'FannerV Bai.k, Minn. N. Y." --10V vir. r. male, ei-.glc with head nt Wajliinginn units bieast -to ine r.isiu noise anu iw.i ino.i on iior.-otiack-liea I ol jacK.ua on iw.-..u.i tt-gi. ooiwecn tlie otlice rs, "Merchants' Bank, Ne.v Haven, Ct", Ws. altered Irnm oiirt wll none. .... i... i. i , tl.reefe.mie, in a sitting posl.ire-l1.4d f Wa.liir.Kloi, on (I.e. ight -three ti.r. o,.e-( 1 1 l)a.id ihe wurd thhsL nrinta.l -.-.n... tltam natter ni.il n.-iaen,rr ..,..,r .uanuiarnuiois naiin, nirinui;iiam, vier. 'Coventry Hank. R. I.'- 5's vig engie" .shield JJc "Very well," said tho cardinal, "but go you female, pole, cap, American., shcjlil, &c figure 5 on first and prepare (ho wine and wucr ' " r gttt.nnd fe,,l. and ligmc 5 o-, the left v:,d-i,niu-: The bullet was surer than the cardinal intcn t.oii of genuine hut poony eiiirruved. ,,,l.l .,,1 (i, ,,r? 1 - , , 'l-aimers' Hank Vf N. J-.-2' vig. , of the l; ' l!'0. l,i.. 'trnppcd n.-ad; Tlie sei Stale of New Jcry- 1 va carried the Lo.iy out, and the cardinal re- 5's, imitation of genuinr vig. drove of callle, rail Mimed his lvadin;. crt, &.t .-1TVI2 011 e:li end -.sleam'iont between - - Ihe signatiires..titlereaJii-iie r'araui' Ma .k S.ateol'j Tnc Srvrrt Wovnrns or A Mubrieo Mix. NewJeiscy" ' '"'" ' t'Tr.'mont' Bank, Eo.ton. Wa' 3i same a' Bank ol O. leans. Vt. vie. iVmsi.r. eur'a. ti.-j, ri eaclui la 01 v.g ina 1 w.ia scy in , mii, and aauor on the right cad -tiw tet.e tut woisi pari ui Ui e.ig.a- V1"6' ' a r... .,',. .- .-inr, iii .ii m.iay isr, n man named Alfred Spencer, living near New Mar l r . . t . . .1 . Ki-i, in inn couuiy, was assassinaiea near Ins own ioue, which he had just left with the in tentiuii of attending the Court at Platte City. Several person have been arrested as the guil- iy panics, ami 111c mailer is uniiergoinjr an 111 ,d Jury, now in avssion 1 T.11... r ,.i. is uiiiifnruiii? an 111- vest lira! ion before the Grand Jury, now i at Platte City. Wc have learned but few of thc particulars, except thai he was shot with buck-1 shot through, the lungs," and when found I still alive, but unable to givo und aejiount of' how he was hui. Wo hope ta bo able to eive' a more extended and correct version of tho af , . ' fair in a su'isrfjin n! number. Since the above was in type,' we leu pl-dto City, that the (Jraud Jury have leurn from follllll U ..... 1 rn . . -.... . lruL ul" "gainsi n inj, ii4ine I tt4ma 14T V 1. :.. .1. . ir...i .1 . .. rr,t , n . murder in the first degree. Tho Court refused to take bail, and he was accordingly committed 10 pin to await Ins trial m u uiso nc .rn uiai a man nameu i5:jrprcss, a ,!. D,ir. 1 1. '. Wu uls .. 1. - l.l . ' . n " . " 1,1 couuiy, . aing near Jiee Creek, . ,ou I,vc .m,1,'s l0,n y " found miir- V?". ....T.V 'ifc . . . - I1IIII it II iUl II I III! ilLI.II Ulllllllly . l.-l I . '.. are sun- i.uaiii 10 navir uecn fivc i. 1 ta supni.scd by some that he commuted suicide fW.-aimi Tl..- 1 portcr. .. W1110 Natio.nai Convkstion Didegnles nave been chosen lo tho Whir National Con- vention from New Hnmnrdiire. V enuont, Hhode isiun j, Indiana, Illinois. Michi..ni. K'onitw.t f. .. Tennoesee and Cu.l,irornia.O Dulegntes at large have also been chosen in Wisconsin, and one district delegate from New York. . A. Ml'sotii i'.llnllrontl Hill. G C orrefjenJcnc of iba Mirscurl nepubliesn. i VAgIlIMOTOS, March 4. wrote you, yesterday, tlint an attempt would bo inude-tn re-oonsitW the rote by which the Miseouri Railroad 15111 )vs rent. to the Commit Uo of the WioliMhc object of Its enemies being to clinch llio toto by w hicli it received this di rectioti: and the hopo of its fricntl. beinaf (o ob tain a revcriul of tjjo scnteneo of ttie House. Accordingly, to-day thisamotion was made by a member from N.cw York, who was eppoted to the bill, and tlio met inn tnadft Wat sustained by a majority of about thirty. This was ddclsivo enough. J - ', ( ; - ' The Comm'itteo on public lands then report ed o!lr eirailar bills.. Jtie fur a ailrond frujii T..lhrlri t)'iiii. thronh 'Snrincfield. Illinois, to i ()(J i9S isippi river, at or near Haimibal. Another for a Wisconsin rondj nni)llier for a ; rroln Louisville to the Mississippi river, at ! St. Louis: nnd nnorher to certain rivers in Ten- nCsseo and Alabamaj but they all mot the same f , Tlf... WPrc ,.,,1.. sent lo the Commit- . . J... . tco ol the Whuie. an a- a , 4 I'll 111 . Tl Tl . 1 romlinj one or uicse oms, iir. ji. j.awaras ! appropriating two or tlire million of acres of ..).vi.l..' . r-,.Ur;,.?.'V- sa..Jt?i,'i'!ky, the hind, of n,.,.,.. ,,,, ,0 )0 S(.Ucted elsewhere than iu that State; but it was defeated. Tiicsa vo'.es look bal enough, bu'. the friends do ni t despair of the passage or re m ir!l"r!'j'i5. So'n': of those who (t 0, , (1, j ,.t r..,. .i,,. n..m:.'ii!mfni ' siv they will vote ; for tj,C8C grants oflan.l, bit they have bad w.iy or showing tueir love lor i:icm. m.w : ' .. r K.nla'.n ha beco-ne a perfect ylAm 'V,0! L .1,,.,.,r. i f.lv lc.)m,);ill;os. I rc.-erd to grants of land for i i mlrr)0SCs there is a stronrr opposition . i ... , hcncii it is lliat they resist tho passage tlia erection cf a mint in that city; not a few hundreds of thousands of dollars, to bo expend ed in various other ways in ttiat city lo say nothing of tlie millions which are asked for California, and in whicli New York has a di rect interest. Their heart is bent upon the es tablishment of a mint in New-York, and this is to 111 l.-.C WCii.iii, 'ui lund Slates, and by way of testifying their regard for u tly-one 0f thcir representatives refuse . . . . .1 an inconsiderable favor demanded by the new Stales. Rr.TURMNr.. f-ri-i-ral pa'ang rs reached this city ys'cnlay, in tlie Atln. it r., (roiii New O. leans, direct f.om ('hirr!-, arid one or two from Panama, havine i.... .....ki. i- .i . iti-h ..i.nL'in .o jiiiiciirrja pai.ag'i irom uimice 19 rai . itoruia. -A Mr. IIarsis. one of the ps'stnci-s from I P.inama, informs us that the e were over 5.000 persons 'atth.it point, on Hie loth of January, waiting their ! turn in the strain e.spW tn San r..hri.i,n xt fM.. i pent, ami on Ilia rnnla irrm.. tl.. Utl,m,,t. .!. t ! olJence to bo a priest. A rulfi in burst into tho ' room wilh a dr..wn sword in Ids blood-stained ban I. Tiio ear.lin 1 sat at hi is table, reading. and two pistols flm.kod the book. When llio '"cron, uiu canuuai quiouy took up one : of thc pistols. : 1 ... ..i i .1. . i- t ..... I " Iro. vi cr "Go, vile nviest ! and snv v.-ntr Tirl t-na hell ' " .-f.v 11 ,. Hi T.l v,. ' , " , l 1 ' ' ' ''m ' L,;iM(,"',"nSlc word aim preilal .n? to strike. l. INot goinjj ta slrep after dinner! ' ' 2'. ever goinpr r.nywhere in thc eveni veiling ex- ceplmfr to the " Club 1 ' Always bcinpr Kod-tempercd over the lose- jofn button, and never wreaking his vengeance j " 1,10 con! if the dinner isn't ready exactly tm .iminutc! 4. Ner fimling fault with hit "dcarlittlt wifey " if she happent to bo hit partner at whit 5. Nut " wondering," regularly every week, "how the money (roct!" C liftip-niiijF himself cheerfully. I ' ' TSt I , Z B ,ltUc ' Intiatuiar u n the seryanta' ailtnur ... . "-"-- ' . .7.' . . . . I"? ,,,ran, . " "Pa "l"'e '-"V . .... Punch., - r . ' " ' ilOOt STIfl Htiflft f TaniTfaptfirTf I ...iwi etauiiuiuubui w . THE iindemgni.il have jut estahlisaed the. tselvei in the citv .,(' ir..,.,ik.i in j - thc above busines. an.1 a r. ... .n. ... , . C, . . ., 1. CUHt. liners will. v. iu ailn lnin II, -.J 11.!. ,1 t . .r...;..r ai ttiesiiorrir. ' ' wl , .-., ti Chllrtiens'. wear of all 1 Km ..I ,,... ni.il. I. a .1... . r all dfSCril.lio.l9. inailetn nr,l..r .1 l r , . . : 1 nr. Hive on hand at tins time a good supply of I.adiet (Vaiters and half Gailers, also a I o;her I'ancy colorwl shoes worn by tae Ladies all colore! woik which ' we can icll at reiluccd pricet, both Ladies and Misses. W t a have a good iif k of co!oro, tln.ri which , ve can very low. CliiMiearj 10, wjl be kept on hand and ma.!e to outer al all ,'i:nej. We invi'a all pertuni visiting (he city, as well a our' ' own cilivas lo call on 11s ai we assure them w wlii ' I11riii.l1 ail work in our lino at . ,4 ST. LOUIS PRICES. V I Gentlemen's were, made lo nrlar. Il.i. ..,,1 h both tine aiid came and w ill mend all rips or bursts cut. . Our house is 011 Hill street between Main and ttnut, (oj pojite Mujsf. li.!eo Go's, store.) 1, u . KLKINAR1) fc MADDEN, tfanmbal. Mo., Mure!: 1 7, ltu3. marlH-ly WANTED TO IIIUE, .f JTGftO GIRL OR U'OMIX. marl8-lf. - Enquire at this Office. s --)0. ' 'l. . ..... ,,...1" .ul . ''. .... ''.''.. , ..... I-' .-.9at l.'. . - - t'f -' "-" " ,waW"a ' rijetim-VKTla. ri-rr t. MM.aw a.' W4Ma ... aa. -r- 'ti'.a.-.v.' ,""f',a lf.