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.1 (I S' HANNllJAIi JOURNAL. O. CLT.MKX, t DH'Olt AM PUOPHlttTitt. MONDAY EVT.XI N'G , AUU. 2i, IS.3. " 1 1 -"'; j Thf. (.Wit .tjfuii , It seems liot entirely iin . probable that tlie Vui'cJ States nmy yet take a part in the war that seem certainly approaching I - in Europe. In the rttrtioon of tlie 2lt June, ISM, Martin Costa,' a Hungarian refugee, was set Upon In Smyrna by oine fifteen rufH in Greeks, all armed, said ti have teen emloyed Tor that ' purpose ty the Austrian consul ; and, after having been, treated in tlie most brutal manner, was thrown tit'o the sea, where a boat was wait , irg to receive an J conduct him to the Austrian ! brig Hussar, where be wai confined in double ' irona. . ' " Although he was not a citizen of the United Stated, (till he bud made hit decluralion of Men Hon to apply to become such, dipt. Ingraham, of the United State ship Ft. Louis, knowing ' that certain dcarii would await the man it he should be cai ricd to Austria, determined, if pos sible, to save him, if he could do it without com . promising our Cag. , ! ' A private letter to the editors of the National 'intelligencer, dated July 7, from an cflioer o( 'the sloop-of-war, St. Louis, gives the lolluwing .detailed, and, the. Intelligencer presumes, faith ful account of Opt. lngral.ain's courte, and its results V 1 Orders had been Issued by the Austrian con sul to carry the man away on lite M'JAi of June. Capt. Ingraham, hearing this on the night of the J8th,'eut his protest that the man must not be carried away unt'1 it was fully settled whether or not Martin Costa was an American. Uu the morning of the -Jlli our ship made sail and bore jdown towards the Austrian bri, and anchored near, to we could watch and see that the man was not carried oil". The Austrian, thinking that we were going to lake the man, made every preparation to receive us. During the morning ' the Austrian captain sent word that the man would not be sent away. Letters came the arne day from Mr. Drown, the Charge d'Af f aires ad interim at Constantinople, sliding that Kosta was a citizen of the United Slates, nud us such was entitled to protection from our country. Well, os things stood, the Captain was in doubt how to act, but asked that farther time might be allowed,' so as to hear from Mr. Marsh, who was daily expected at Constantinople. Tht Auslrians gave until last Saturday, the 2 J of July. Uthtr letters come lrom Constantinople, but slill Capt. Ingraliam was in doubt, and alter a tittle conversation vviui me consul, ine cap tain and Consul went on board the Austrian Lrig-of-war to see Martin Kosta. After some conversation, Martin Kosta demmded protec tion fiomthe American flag. .Capt. Ingraliam then told him he should have it. The Captain and Consul returned on- board of our ship, and the Captain sent word to the Austrian that he demanded Martin Kosta by four o'clock in tho evening. After this was known tremendous excitement -spread throughout the ship; til I hands were called to quarters to make preparations for action the big" gun were loaded, cutlasses, small-arms, boarding-pikes, and everything ready for an engagement. The Surgeons brought out their instruments, rady to cut ulf legs, patch up wounds, etc. The shore was crowded with jople to witness the engagement, ns they thought bloody work was going to take place. The news spread like vvilJtira throughout Smyrna, and the people were us muL-h enciled as we were. Delegations came off to the ship, to see if something could not be done to prevent an action. After four or five hours happily for all parties-the American and Austrian Consuls came to a compromise that is, the Austrian Consul, who had full control of the man, consented that Martin Kosta should be delivered up into the hands of the Freuch Con sul, who consented to take charge of him, until everything was fully settled by the two Gov ernments as to who had claim to the man. Well, after this was settled, of course we all breathed much freer than we did before. No doubt but many lives would have been lost on both sides. Although our guns arc much larger than the Austrians', still at the neer quarter we Intended lighting their guns wouid have been just as destructive a ours. The Austrian force con isted of one brig of sixteen guns, one schoouer f 'en guns, and three mail sieamers, which would no doubt have assisted iu the engagement. So yon tee their force was much larger than ours. Tclegriphic dispatches to the St. Louis pil fers give the following additional particulars by the America : FaASaronr, 30tl. It is said that Austria inttnds not only to demand reparation from the United !t.iti for tl Smyrna affair, but insists lhat the Forto shall immediately procure the extradition ol Kosta. St. Petersburg Idlers say, that when he tVir hfnrd of the Kosta atl'..ir, he adised .Ausiru to settle the tlitlVcuhy easily, it Cossible, and to do anj thing rath, r than give the 'idled St'atci a pretence lo interfere in tlie af fair of Europe. Dl-sjwtol.es under dale of AiigtM I4di, from Washington U the New York Herald, state that the Secretary of Stale has committed him self to the position that the filing of a declaration tif an intention to become a citizen of the Lniled Slices, ti.titles tl individual to the protection of this government. Mr. Murcy, it is said, takes the ground lhat ihey ure in the samo po silion as children born jiere, who although thej cannat vote or hold pnqserly till they are twenty-one yevs oil, are still, during their ndnorify , unquestionably entitled to the protection of the Vnitcd Slates. Should this position be Ukm. Ihe ILrahi's correspondent thinks lhe release ol Kusta will be imperatively demanded by our governing nt. Thus the Kosta quest ion is likely lo assume u more important character than was first an'icieatcd. w . . An eiliipuAe oii the 10:1 of Ju'yat r4..... ''r.iTii..r. Is rptin-KI'lltl'll Uil Oll'l of y ' ' , ' , . i v ..) tho uiostd.sa.lrous that ever occurred in South America. J he , lirsl sliocn was so viuiuui mai, although it continued only two niinutes, it des troysd every house but one in the pi -insipid ju.rl i.f lhe city. Ciima;,a is a ci.y of ahnost t.)ght thousand Snhabitnnts, r.nd is the oldest 1'uropean tily on the continent, having been founded in A HlCt IK EAT. Mr. lTm, Stewart, of Tayson. III., sent us, this morning-, a lot of peaches and apples which we hove never seen surpassed in quality iH any market. I le hat. over seven: v-fii varieties, f the apple. Among those we received this morning, were the Maryland Codlin, Summer tVrmain, Jersey Sweeting, Sfinincr Queen, Maiden's Blush, lW,i and While gh ccpnose. There were also some fine large specimens of the Bart lelt Tear. Among Mr. Stewart's varieties or Teaches are the following: Early ork, Early Rose, end Red Rare-ripe. Those who want Some of the best flavored apples and peaches, they ever tatcd, should pay a visit to Mr. Stewart' wagon before the pres ent load is all said out. If you should be too late, save your dimes till he sends over again. Extra fine fruit is one of the advantages we are to realize Trom opening communication with our Payson neighbors. It may be well enough to call to mind in this connection, that Mr. Stewart has a large and valuable nursery. Death or a Sis-vta or Charity. Ano ther of the Nisi era of Charity has fallen a vic tim to the prevailing epidemic. Sister Fere grina, lifted twenty-two yearn, died on Tuesday night at the Charity Hospital. Another of the Sisters is sick, and is not expected to recover. New Orleans Crescent. It is remarkable that the Sisters escape so well as they do when there are prevailing and destructive diseases. At such times, when dis ease and death ure spreading terror through a community, u is their mission to hover like min istering angels around the bedside of the sick and dying. Vi'hcn the cholera raged so fear fully in St. Louis, their self-sacrificing, patient, untiring devotion to the cause of humanity ex cited gratitude and general admiration. Vet, as if providentially protected, few if any Sisters of Charity fell victims to the prevailing disease. rViMis or the Sfibits i.h Stria. The Sheik Mivhir is a personage of acquirements ; he has a store of history and literature ; his con versation is superior to that of his countrymen ; and he has, to complete the superiority, the fame of n wonder-worker, and the advantage of inter view with the spirits of another world I Who can resist such proofs of power as these? lie will jili.ee a jug between the hands of two per sons sitting opposite to ech other, which, on the recital of certain passages taken indiscrimi nately from the Koran and the Psalms of David, will move spontaneously round, to the astonish ment of all beholders. A stick, at his bidding, will move unaided from one end of the room to the other. A leV Tihf:iinpnt. n.;rvni,i P.n a key by a string, will turn violently round of iiii. .in r, voning m ine saucepan, will be made tu spring suddenly out of the water, and be cr.rriod to a considerable distance. A double locked door will unlock itself. But the follow ing trick seems to us the strangest of all : On two earthenware jars being placed in opposite corners of a room, one empty and the other filled with water, the empty lar, on the recital of certain passages, will move across the room ; the full jar will of itself pour its contents into tho empty one, which will return to the place from whence it came. Churchill's "Mount Lebanon." The Rlcent Fatal Dui:l im South Caro lixa. Our c.rmiiuenls on this uffair, so far, have been the means of gelling us reliable in formation concerning its particulars. We have been thus favored with a sight of reliable letters from Charleston, from which we galuer that Mr. Legare was engaged to a young lady in Columbia. Her fi'ieiids inquired of Dunovan what was the character and habits of L ? This coming lo his cars, he inquired of D. what he had answered, und found that he had spoken favorably of him; but no satisfied with a ver bal statement, lie demanded H in wilting, which was refused. Li ''.ire challenged on this refusal. The distance wi.s twelve paces. Legare tired at the word "one," and missed; Dunovan fired at tlie word "two," mid killed his antagonist. Tho survivor was wholly unskilled in the ue of lhe pistol, having never before had anything to do with a duel. Legare, on the contrary, was notoriously a crack shot, having, a few days before the n flair came olf, in praclisinfr, placed forty-eight out of fifty balls ii. a card at the word. He became very nervous on start-i""4 nig lor the ground, and remarked that he felt a presentiment that he wnnld fall, notwithstanding his skill with the pislel. He was formerly in lhe navy as a midshipimn, from which he was ili-misM'.l, it is sail, for running a sword through a marine. Washington Slar, Aug. 14. How quickly laniiliiii ity breeds contempt. We ft se.l over the Hudson Iliver Ituilroad the other day nt tho rate of forty miles an hour, ;i gull lhat would have commanded tli9iulniirali.nl of the vvin lJ lorly years no. it will not now com-. mud the admiration ol a trawling linker. Ju.-t this side of Pecks kill vvu met a boy (i-dui'' for 'shiner,' He sat within fil'lci n feet of tho track, and vviiuhl on U lieve it, he ni vi r once look his eye liom Ins line, or g.ivc us the least hint that we were ia-'kiu any splmle that would at a'! '.I'.uriiit a straw hat in jjoing into il.c most low resuie of hazards. Ibid he u.t v,i ii"g on tlm leri 'motive, lie could not have Ut'iUeil us with more rut ting contempt. As we said before, thiiij; soon grow rnmtiiiiii. Shoot mill from town I y moriart, und m less than a week it would become so common-place lhat a p nlliiii.ili taking his siul on hull a keg of powder, would exi:ite but little moit ut tciitioii lliaii a ilactuation in tho liitd j'ie market. (l"x. Singci.au Cast. Miss Read, oT West Holiou, look chloroform a few dsys ngo, lor the purpose of having a tooih exlracted, mid tiller the operation was performer!, she was uttiK'Istd with severe pain in the head, became uuroQicioiiH, and uppari nlly died. Her friends, Slijiposing her deaii, h id her out for burial, mid began tu prepare for lhe funeral ceremonies ; but (lit ir cue! was unexpectedly turned lo jny and astonishment on finding that lhe supposed dead bei'iii to revive! Shu eventually recov. lrii lhe full possession of her faculties: b Ml Jo ( ia Uf y ul we are tol l, she sullVrs violeiil pains in her, head as regularly as eveniieg appru.icln s, and nt length, and iihotil the suiiib hour rac!i night, falls into a Swoon very similar to that which iu (he liral instance was supplied to have been the sleep of death. This :ase certainly (tfeseiilt a must rc iiiakablc tc:ip from premature burial. Worcester Tiani. HANNIBAL JOURNAL, AUGUST 25, 1853. O Havana, August 0, IS53. The Uritish Hoyal Moil steamer Clyde Arrived on the 7tli inst., from Vara Cruz, bringing' any tiling but encouraging ac counts Ironi the Mexican Republic. Symp. tomi of discontent (brderiug close upon pronuncimuntot) have already mnde their appearance in several of I lit States. t ew Ouliasj, August 17. Deaths yesterday 218, of which I'M were of yellow fcer. Markets extremely dull. The accounts of the crops are favorable. The yellow fever is at Mobile, but the Board cf Health says it is not epidemic. BurrALo, August ID. The Convention of the Episcopal Church of the Diocese or Western Ntw York met to-day. An animated discussion arose on a proposition to efer a portion of Mishop Delaney's address in regard to the apostaey of Mishop Ives to a committee of high and low Churchmen. Finally, on motion, postponed. 1 he standing comini ti. .,...i;., v,... w was elected, and the Convention adjourned. Nrw Orleaks. August 18 Deaths from yellow lever, 175. Boston, August 15. A terrific thunder storm cccurred in Essex county, in this Stale, yesterday afternoon, in the towns of Georgetown, Kytield, Haverhill auu Liawrence. Pi... :.. it t.iit a .. i A . . V uillllMIIB 111 J la , CI 111 II , lUlU III &lIIUVll, one in Lawrence, and one in iiiadlord were . struck by lightning. In Georgetown, Mrs. Russell, wife of the Baptist minister, Was killed instantly. Her ill - nun, miiuu was in iicr anus, escapeu uninjured. From the Macomb (III ) Ind.ppiiilfht. CONTEMPLATED STAGE LIKE. By an article iu the Hannibal (Mo.) Journal .. ..a.,., iiit w. I. a i... ....I., determined, notwithstanding the drawback and disappointment which hns attended their efforts '1 ...... nii. iiiii, live uiiinv jiiuiius urc iii tin construction of railroads, that they at J least are determined lhat should they fail in one Valuable DocoMrNTS. We are indebted they will have the other to fall back upon.'(o . jj s Gev f , , vojulnc con. I hi is commendable, and Messrs. Donaldson, . . " , ., Brown, Kein, and other citizens or Barry and ,a,,"K a "Communication from the Secretary Kinderliook have been deputed to the above i of ''ie Treasury, transmitting, in compliance place, to ascertain tlie feeling and sentiment in' reference to the project of establishing a daily ; line oi coaencs irom j.apies, on me Illinois , i ! i ,i 'r- river, to Hannibal, on Ihe Mississippi, running through Florence, Pittsfield, Barry and Kinder- hook. We are familiarly acquainted witn the people and business transactions in those sec- lions and are satisfied that a similar enterprise has been called fur years ago, and the rapid growth and wants of the community 0iy de. mands such a step, passing, as this road will, through a di'liso'.V populated hnd wcalthv conn. try, which for enterprise und energy eumiot be J,, '. , .... , . , ., The cost rnd out lit of this road would com- paralivcly be nothing, when compared to the increase of travel which wcnld find an outlet on riLiirr iiiiiiii. iiiiii limn infill' ii ii iikf r vf r i rt ' Cliionfri) und piKtwurit. As tin. nlMnif ni tin, i proper time will come before Congress, we have! no hesitation in believing that, with the aid of .1 : t n"i itr t, , I .j-W. w uie ciiiciciu services oi voi. v. v. lvicuaruson, Senator of this district, that the measure will receive ravorablc attention and due consideration at the hands or Congress. Whilst upon the subject of Stage Lines, wei would slate that a similar effort is being made ' by our Clinton friends for the establishment of . til- t i p i . w 1 a tri-weckly lmeof coaches from PeKin to War-I saw, passing through Canton and Macomb; jn : which enterprise we assure the company they have the hearty co-operation of tho entire people of this section. ; .1 c, i i- .i . . i 1 m muiui, (,rs , 1s Mute, requesting them to take up A Siamisian IsvtsTMtT. About three 'annu.d collections on the Sabbath immediately months ago a gentleman of Caddo Parish, La., I preceding or following each Fourth of July. Al left, among other personal property, to his two'circulur i1M uho Lct.n a.l.lresscd to the free! sons a valuatile slave named Jim. Jim was a' "ill" u vuiiiaino Plinc lianiL-u a nil. .Mill w as 11' r .. .:i r ) l :., . i -.i i i favorite of tio. his masters, and neither would , sell his half or Jim to the other ; but about the j fav sell lirsl or tins month a gentleman ol this city who; has a plantation in Louisiana, and in whose ser- vice.lim was hired, informs us tlmt imp nf I , w owners, finding himself insolvent, resolved to .... , , . j s,'u "'('"'' the slave at unction lor-cuvi, and did not wish his brother lo get him. Til. In.v Jim Imil nr.,.i..,.,.t l, n ....... , , .. ' V'V lie was put up in auction in the slave market at New Orleans, Jim bought one half of himself! Well, time wore on, Jim working faithfully for: me man iu wiiiioi nc wus nircu, ieccning one hair his earnings Jiimself, until uhout the first of "'""th, when, in. swimming a bayou, he became weak, and fearing thai he should drown, tried lustily lor help, and offered his hall' of 1iin..tr i.. ...... I.I ...-o A ' . ""J , r"" """, man standing on lhe shore shoved ofl in a skiff, and got to Jim i list as he was about to en under. I .- II 'I i- ii. . , . ... .- , and unotlier, a small pile ol money, ami when . American Colonization Society, a little more and pulled him in. Jim now, like an honest by popular suffrage, and is essentially modeled fellow, offered to give his o'Vn half ol' himself, ail. r lhat of the United States. The nationality ! i-i - . ill,.,,,,,-,, ..... J I whi. li h a miignai.iinous preserver declined ol the Republic has been recognized by Lng-1 taking, when Jim imploringly held up his hands land, Fiance, Ilelgium, Prussia and Urazil.l and exclaimed: "If ebber Jim gils any more money, massa, fy' God, he'll nebber inwest it iu jint nigga stock widuut he insured. Dis sort o' slock is berry uiisaitain, sure." NtW OllLrANS, AllUst If. Dcillis reported to-day 21 2, iin huliiiir T1 of ' jeliow lever a large increase. Distress try L-reat. 1 he llowaru .'issociation are opening ispitals, and making ajqn-als for IT I . lour new h further aid. Cl' MBtBLANP, M l., Allijllt L'U. The cholera broke out here on Wedues.hiv ; since then fourteen deaths have occurred. Il has now subsided, and there are very !ew cases under trealnieiit iierfcclly munia'cahlc. The disease was caused by the overflow of a small canal running throiiirh the lower part of the . I. . . town. Many families left houseless. Tvr I'emesnc at Ntw Ohlia.ss. be seen lhat the fever nt New Orleans coutinues A ! lll .'ill w ithout abatement. Tiic I...-.', tu'.egiaplnc des patches sluvv an increase of deaths. The sci lies nl the graveyards ure aaid to have been of n shocking character. The True Delta speaks of " lights there over iiiiburicd bodies," in which whisky seems to have had its due share of influence. "It is a fact equally dis creditable and notorious, that people who have the bodies of their deceased friends buried at the expense of the corporation find funds enough to purchase whisky, which ihey dunk to ex cess." The ('rosctitit has drawn a pit-lure of the: scenes ur uiese ceinelenes, in Us " Vulks down among lhe dead men." St. Louis Intelligencer. Nsw Clothim;. See H. McVeigh's adver tisement. His stock of clothing is the largest and best he I.us ever had. Kemuhv LtcistAicki. The Sejaile will stand 2- whigs to 1G democrats. Tb House will stand 51 w hig lo lt ikiuocrals, w ith three to hear fium. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1853. A Discovert. We have been a good deal puzzled to know what office certain ministers alluded to by tho Courier, could be after. It has just leaked out that oYie of them intends be coming a candidate for the cilice of Chaplain of Me next Cahrlfoit ! It has also been darkly hinted that the other ministers, when the pro per time arrives, will suddenly throw off their hypocritical masks, and come out boldly as can didates for the office of Chaplain's Mate! a new office, immensely lucrative, to be created by a corrupt Cotlricil, secretly chosen for that very purpose 1 1 Dut for the Courier s timely hinls.this dark plot against lhe welfare of our , glorious country, might never have been discov-' , , rrc 1 ' My the way, as the Courier has established the principle that none but office-seekers have , . "... . . a right to publicly express nn opinion on public j matters, vv e should like to know what office the , editor of that paper wants ? Again, we want mine good reason for the Courier editor's opinion that the destruction of ! the lienor traffiie would ruin the Democratic . .. w" 1 . I parly f i ifii:ivi' i:ii rii'i vir n i-nttv iti n nfvrtnmr nf i i i. J " ' 1 - published at Quilicy, by Messrs. Gibson & t0 ajj.,, ,lr wHl N,r,. M. C. Strv & Co., ol Warren, of lhat city. It is well edited nndiH,,w York. The contractors furnish 70 per 'verv handsnnulv printed. "Tho Western Pa- i.int. ol flu- nntirr ninnimt lifcessnrv to coiisl i-nt-1 (ri0i' j. independent in politics. Hkrr DniEsuAcn & Co.'s Menagerie com- bined with Mabie & Co.'s Circus, will present j ' , i .. i . i i..:.,. : .. . i . . an uuiaoiic iriiitrrLiiiiiinuiii in uus cuv next ; Saturday. The latter particularly has attained1 ' i i i -. i i,,rn r-pU'lirilv. - with a resolution of the Senate of March 8, 1 IS51, the Report of Israel D. Andrews, consul 1 r ,, -, , c, , , , , x. ol the Lulled Stales for Canada and New Brunswick, on the trade and commerce of the British North American colonies, and upon the trade of the great lakes and rivers; also, notices r lhe illU.rnul mprov:m,llts j,, e; ch Slate, of , ,P . U 1 cl McxlCu allJ Stra'ts or Florida, and a paper on the cotton crop of the United States." The book bears date. 1S53. Acccmnanvin' it are four large maps, otic of which represents all the railroads in the United States, in opera- . , t,on anJ rroKre5S- "e nut"-e 111 lt the tircct of the "tiuincy Fraudulent Map." Fasiiioxadli: Hats asd Cats. J. McNeil, , , , ... lt anu tmi sireet, is wen Known as me ; best hat manufacturer in St. Louis. It will be . ... . ... .' seen lrom his adveilisement that lie is j.rejiarcd ,0 furnfsh wholesale a large variety of the latest ; . , . . , stlcs oE llatla,,J f'j Lidibia. I'hilanthrnpy calls (or aid to the; Colonization Society. It is hardly necessary to' ..,ri. ,,,, ,i,. r,r ,,i. . : i i v.- 1 remark upon tlie tint orlunate social and political ,. . ' , . . , , , condilion or the Tree people of color both in the free and slave Slates. The Missouri Coloniza-j lion Society has addressed circulars to preach-' , - ...... ..... , P , , . , . , , ., . , people of color, w hich il is Imped that white 1 ' 1 persons will exhibit or read to them. ' ' e nave one copy ol the circular, which is t v,.rvi.-o r i.i.vli,,,!,. ),,. ,,.! ; Tl a . ...,, , . . loiiowmg extracts wilt prove lhat, comiin.red with what the I... il...;, ...,.i;.;.. :.. .i.:. ..v....v.. ........ ; country is extremely unfortunate: : Tl,.. ,...!.. ..I' I ;!...;, .,!...! 1... : . ) "' """'-''.' " - than thirty years ago, and coiilihiicd under the supervision of that body t body until the year 1S-17. when a convention cf delegates met at Monro- via, aim lormeu a consiuui ion, repuuiican in us lorm, which, with an accompany mil: declaration of independence, was submitted to the considt ration oi the people. Koih were adoi'ted, r.nd a government was shortly afterwards estab- - i:.t....i : l :,i .1...:. 1 " . . ' 1" nippies uuu provisions. It is now composed of a President,' Senate, und Hnup of HiMireM-nlnl iv p. (Ihwimi - None but persons of color are admitted to c zenship, and none hut a citizen is permitted Hi-i to hold re:. cstat .. i-.l ,. lhe jurisdiction of the Re- public extends 500 miles along the coast, ov er , tn 1 1 U n;s ol acres ol the richest hinds, and a pop-i illation id" tTiO.l'OO S.000 of whom arc cmi- grains I'ium lhe United Slates. .Monrovia, lhe capilal, ami principal town, is L, Ii. 11'Uomrly si'uatcd on the coast, and contains a In pcpuh.lioii of l.fiOO iiihabilalits, and is a very nourishing place, town lots ol one quarter of an acre, sell for .5(10 each, llassa, C recnville, ' and Hilina, are nourishing villages. The riv ers St. Paul's and St. John's, travcrsini; the conn-' try, afford avenues lor intercourse and coin- mercc with the tribes of the interior, and a ma- j'ri'y of lhe settlements and finest plantations', ' "... ... 1 .. .1. i ..i. " i are found on (heir hanks. ! M .1 ji in, .-...Maui. VI 1'IU.IIil, 1 IUI Tin Riiinir.i'r or ilrv si:imn i.f T.ihnri-i ' much warmer than lhat of the I'nited Slates. The thermometer, in the whole course of lhe year, rarely lulls below u.i degrees, or rises above 1)0 degrees. I h soil of the interior very productive; heavy cropa oi corn, roflVe, ' t,"'li''"' The faun i w.-ll uaiend. It h sun-eji;ibl sugar cane, cotton, and hemp, ure raised will,!?.' '"j" 'p'' '.""''' " ''' oM ,i i i " i in a bouy. P,i.-se..-ioii in be "nea on Ihe hr-l t.sv ease. Oranges, limes, lemons, and many other 1 ol M.ncii next . p r..:... .1 l iu. . ..I .. . ' . ... jiicn s in irons, uoouun. i ue country is well walered and timbered, niul the rivers aford a plentiful supply of the finest fish. The forests are stocked vi (he colh-e tree, roscwood.cam - wood and (he dyes ol commerce. ' ralm oil is itianuliictiii-cd extensively, and I ... . , . . J ' exporieu wiiu prom, in Ins lasl annual messa"e to lhe Legislature President Kober.s saj . ; "Ihe i.griciillura dcparlineids cf the country were never move em o.iraging than at tha pres. ent time i commerce is also rapidly incnas in-, ! both i the variety and quantity id lhe articles of export. Indted, every inndaniental interest of the government and M!ople seems (o bear the impress or thti Divino lavor and iippn-bat nsji." llicre i,re well-regulated public schools hiiJ phu-es cf religious worship in every district ( h ,.,,.,,.., r lhe country. lhe Mlssouu Statu CuloUU4ioil Sucit-lv has. during the last three years, sent out several em igrants, letters from some of whom hav been received, in which they slate that tin y are en tirely satisfied with their new homes, and have flattering prospects of future comfort and Imp pines. To facilitate Ihe emigration of those in needy circumstances, the Society affords them a passage to Liberia free of charge, with subsist ence for six months succeeding their arrival; lit the' expiration of vvhkh time, if industrious, they are in a position lo demand no further as sistance. Five acres of land, with the privilege f purchasing more at ! 1 per acre, arc granted by the government to every settler, with the privilege of accepting instead" a single town lot. Ample ir.rormatien will be furnished to those desirous to emn'ra't. or interested in the pro gress and welfare of the Liberian Republic nn their addressing the subscriber at Feefe, M '! souri. V . D. Sim matt. 1en! .Missouri Culonimlwn Soritfy. ..... , ,. . ,, . W r. Miuma.e purposes t.eiiv enng an ai.urt .s beUa Uie I"'1"L' "l c" , snoritv. The str.ging between Springfield and l'doom- ing.on has been reduced to thirty miles, ly the completion of the Railroad from Springlield to! I ;11C0ln. Iso.ana am. Illinois Cmral Raimioao. . l't- .1 lil.l a 1 Jji-Ciuur, li.mom, tn nie nu in suju, an 1 cunfirmcJ a conlracl lor o.nilrm;it'M tuni ...;..,.... ,.t ..r it.,. ,.,.iir.. tin.. iv,n and equip the ro;id, only requiring the company to raise HO per cent. Twenty-two thousand dollars per mile includes cvcrylliing except Lial- lasting, and the work is to be completed by the ii (ii iiri'i'm irr. 1.-..1.I. itt'iori1 inn wor . rui i. i i - ..i.... d.'iiti nun . r - - uu coiiiiOL Mi ru , mi.vi vi i, iiuuni ipi'y' " 'yj in additional stock imiiil he raised at home. The bells of the St. Louis Cathedral are toll-; ing mournfully as we write. The funeral of Mrs. James Ch-mcns, Jr., is the occasion. She , was a cheri-hed member or one of the oldest mid ; wealthiest families of Si. Louis, and idiku h -' serving of honor as a Christian, wife and mo- ther. St. Louis News, 2 -. ' - ..." ll;i!in:hal Wlioloalf Hanmaki.. Mj.. An,1 PLnrR lit c fi;- i I. Su i i-i liiip, $ I if wiii-wr .-.i-',1 ii'.-ii. i-s.) Mnrkt'f. r 17, IijX $t " lul .f i Wlr.al. I -('UN --' '"'c V lilicl. OA 1 S J'.'c ,-' b.ul.el II KM I' t; .hi.! 1 ,' I ()!t At'l'd-Mi'-- $5 00 ',' cvvt. HAY 10 '.'M)e V t-ui. Al;-K.o,.e.l,.l. A:c; C. A. $ I ' xai'uiu t)' ' "r ', ' rl ' 'OH n MI'AL- i VL 1 XSKI'.D " ; w-t)i J .!(,.'(,.h'1 V lin-li. 1. -''' 'r1 l)i ii-.i, SI 10 : Cop. ii. ;'0 I ' i : a ( 1 1 i:s 1 J j0 1 (- ! n.'iii' sl ,; i;.r, ., -. -; ll:,v.V.l sTi r' 1 '"' '' -a11"" CI I 1 h 1 . 1 0 , 1 1 c . ' !' por VKr-l , , o -i 0- MNS--.:o ' 0. bu-l,. l.' ; HACOV ; c STCN K COAI.-H .Q.V V I SiV-r!. SI iO. buMi'd. I willMiY t'ii'v l! ah.!" HlDKS-!rv '; -. K.V 1 NS-J t :0 $ I. , ,-. , .1 w ib A 1 " 1 t' !,e- H-.NJCY-k ' KH,. " " " WIL. JLN vx liUOTUKi:, vviioi.lsali; ami ui taii. bL.M.i:ns is - - . 11 3, X Cl V SLT C cLIlQ U U t 1 G 1' Y t'OI.VIN-' M: v 1,111. DIM;, S ' " " . J' 'JL':.!''.'? La 1 c k' t. ii.ia.uu.u,, .rr. ' ... , We are now ...,.,1 , J , ol f . rust o mei s wl '' a '" "' "lr V' II..1 I.'!-!. , ilimuli imt so rxn-i---n h'-s a-; iiri'ut a ari-lv it" aev s'cieoi siuniai n..ir::ei i in llie S'-iti. l!a !.' !!.e . ... .. , I,. I tal'li.liiite;.! in M. l.oiiis, t ,uh I enabled to OH f' I inn ilhcr 111 I Iff, (jllhlllv. 1 01 OHal Ity. V. e cm 1 1.1 l,l-il M.'lcllJI.t- li.-lu II ei.iii,. - il.e. .l. I.l'i.i n null v:i' lliee-. ll;'ll win i'!;i.-vi' tliein p-oin the paueeiif (' Iteial.t, insmaie". eomiii"- .!, Va. St. 1.01. is Wl 1 1 i i I, i sion .Manns oni i ', i .-n,- :i ck ol J lai w an: wii: bl" l-'"id the i.iliown.i ,ii:iel- : r. ., I'iiviiuiii; ti.iplc iti tuts. Sr 'ho. I., i.'i Limn eiii'i. 'I . Fi.eiiiis, bo kiuvt, ki' 'V- it's. ;le. hay, sliaiv lid M i f'l limroii -'. Cut,wroi:-'it ai.d l.nse l'.. Inns'. II -i l'i'-r"t'''. ai -t Sm inun n.-; li'u. ni-ps. ci.i eis, locks, l..t'li. s, t.dN. l-.i'!-. lor ies am! U, in aliil e!c ... o L, ..;., 1, 1 1. r aial l.a.-K chains. l.iuiKiuiili' and t ai n(ci' Tools. I llun Lun-U. Ink,. iI.ii.I.l.h iii.-.w rl.. Ih.h pieces, gnanls and boxes, ai.d a geiai.u a-oiiin. iit ol j t0,;!14 a'"i ,,i"",,i"!' . , , , I luuis iiial sa. i'Vitv vanrtv .!.... hiiiiii.er', ' hilclicls, ami other aiiu-U-s in ihe C'.iui' ii.ci 'aim.... ; 4 ullci y. I Fin' pocket a: 1 table i iiih i) jiui'.ois, shears, bub-he knives, ,vo. in-flnJiu.'-iiii'l II1..1I I ll.ll.l n.ll'.,. .!,., .,. i i,,.. .... ii,,.,,.,- ....... i ,. t ii- i ii n ..,'. r. ii ............. t taii.i-l an ulim- in ihe Sia'e. ' I l'l We imile u call, a- our utme is the hiiiiest an I ' ill Hannibal, is all it lo.-u s lo be. t N. II. ' l,.,i. r.-inov. d i ur s'nic rvem its foil, ,ti lucatix.'i. wl o b a-..e.ii lhe CiH ll-i.-l. i, ii,,. r, ,,. I i;.. i.i-w liuil'lit-i.'. -.ell llie .'ll! Il I J.! llai.inbal.J in - l.lli-ly l lei coil er el 1 1, .11. II. V. t -cl- ' on Ai.d Jill I bin d tyj VALL'AULi: FAHM I'Oli SALH!! Xl7'V Jlli: "'!' ig'i-l ai'.miiiistiat.ir 9!! , ! ; ! c J) s i 1 1 ) a i ( .. i . ,,, ... ,, , , , Tt.-f.r-r.i ait-ell to t'lH 1,,,.,, bl,!c,.S,i. ! ,,'i-i; occiiine-t fc,- u'. , ,;'i ,u. i' i.'.'m f'"""' J - . ' . " ' """e tuillliv, irtouii.i a mil,., ..,( tf Clinton, on lt. Ilea.l , .i;,... i,..,,. p i.. n.i . . .. at . . . . w... ... .. ... 1 mi'ij I Bl,i, I1,U). uai.iiMu.. ,,,; .i.i, u,.ies. -Jell ol wlncli is unJer lence. b.ii Hen's iii a l.icli ti,lc i.f i.-ulln alion, and (he e ol tlitf taii-t i.i well limlieied. . .- I i i ...ii-ii.'i-on-'u l.tte i. r.n t L i til mi i ..... n i.n ,1 ,1 .-. . A' .' . l-..r I f.l'u, ill 0 o'I.el l.rc aiy 1 1. 1 bundiuc,., with a pood leiuno1. II. sale, w ul be one hall uf tl, pun lnsi! ' !"01"') " i.r"1 d Maich m w, :1(., dul'i "' Mt,h" mc"',hs ''"' of sale ; bond in d uu- !!;:.: I p iso Wl , u u. ,,..,, W11 'i, Silllu. li".nelie ,., il.c uu.lei ,icti,.,i a.iiiiun-iriior. Inn. z I in !l, I I ...I. ... I .. I ii i . . i i 1 & 'i-'""1 """ " '"" ine ian,i, Al,B, 8!, UA'N. - - S - L ''I '' '"" k. a. u k. b r so.s U()W ) JJf (JAlill ifc CO. Washington Foundry, Eugino and la- chine bhop, C'irit-r of Sccoi c iiikI vioiau kUeels, 5Y. iLQL'Jj, 1J1U-. ) N'l'l'CH i:t its ( . , t.:i", .j j, n,,., s l'j'k ,'.,V ? V?' ci' L' '!', ,,J''' ' ",ld '""". , h-j'U.'fctu..iS.,r.,arii:aw. W.i rd.it M.- tL j p4tellUJimlt Al4t.llU)Ni jtuiMlIlt, ,.lu J,, io. " , Af-uu -r tlv vl Jjuia.tlt A Uj.'j .uiri. r iu- k.L ...... it S'. I. 'iu!' pr'iTf. NEVER FAILING REMEDY!!! 110 Li.O WAY'S OINTilIKXT. I'l.K SI TS ASIOK Ills CRI TCHES AP. 1 Kit TK.N YKAItS SUFFKHINO. a ciai ri.K Copy of a letter l'riin Mr. Tliimpjon. Cticinist, Liv. eip'i.d. ttated Aiifiisl 2uth, 1852. ToPloffi'ni H'lII.nWAV, Ufah Sit I sm enabled to fun'sh yon wilji a mns x' i nr.nl ii. uy cue ell', cted hy your invaluable (lint. - ,,,, jt, ,.,te,rr. Aboiit 10 vers ism "lit ! e i an i n.i; winch ns asiiiiu.iiej every person I . IV. t i,iinnii,s. of Saliney Sireet. in tins town, lv ibio.Mi from his bnrs", wber.-by lie lereivetl very seris, I nn oi' lies i lie toil the best mHicM sdire ai th , ,llm, 1(1 wa, afl(.IWifjs nn inin.aic of dillerent i. linr.aiit s, vet 0' rp-w nor.-", iinil a( a malig ..u.t nn tiMtir ttl'Tf grilled in llis I, in. u-ki,.!. u ! t(, ,',., !j c"if ltd liim, tliat lie could not n,ov willt. tZ'i vMX!l n'ffi .K Ftrni;ilii-i:cl tiis Inn1), end enabled liim to i "'-i ''' -' a f"1" "" so iii.il I"1 ran m w,n j tli -rcatp-l hup, and witli reuewed t.ealth and vigour. j A .Str"", I K AORniWRy' ItRK ' o'k'a ......... " m-.d;l.j- aim n v i- ailki), Ccpv ol a f. It' r I-in )lr. Ifir l, Diaper, nf Ksaiir. ico i c;.i.-i-!no?, dated Alaicli 1st, Ibb'i. T" pi' !'- '"r II ii.i.-nv.vv, Sm -Si -ine time since, one of my children was f. rliet.,1 w cli ilieadlid rnf tioi.s cer the body tnj limb, 1 olitained the sdiice of seveial eminent Siir ueoiH nud I'hvsieiaiis, by- all of whom the ens wis er-t.si -lercd hopeless. At letitfth I tried your Ointment an I l'.lls, mid w ithout rxaeratiori, lhe effect wssmt- rin-nlons.' lor bv nfrsverimr in thrir use. all lli rn. lions i'iiikly disappeared, and the child wj restored Itcl head). previoiHly lost n ehild from a similar comptainf. unit 1 tun lv believe, bad I in her case adopted your ineilicinej she would have been saved al.-o. J sIm, be li.i;.y to testily lhe truth of Ih'i3 lo anv eiiipiirer. (SiaM'd) J. IliKI), Draper. ("I-Ii TAIN ISKMF.nYFnnSCOKIII TIC ill' MORS -AM) AN AS'I (l.VISlIINt; fl'Iti: Or' AN" OLD LAUV SI'.VKM'V YKAKS UK AGK (if A UAH I. KG. i Co; y cf a Letter from Me is. Walker and Co.. Clioin- I is's, liatli. j To 1'iof -s-Ot H'll.l.OWAY, Pi ut SiSi-Anim a 111" nmneroMs cures elTeeteil by lhe ; -e ol our v. lii. .:.'.e tin dii-nn'S in tlie m iejibor ' Inn il f t y in- i '.en. thai of an old lady living in j the Yiil :n of i'leslon. aliiiut live miles from (bit I C.'i!;.'. M - bad n'cera!i-l w-oii-uls in tier fci many I u a;-, .-n ! 1 -. 'U tii -v incri :i-e I to such an alarming ex'-!.' a- ' 'efv all ti.e ns'ial r-nn-lie-; her health r-'pi i.y c I way u:. lei lli s'lllenn she endured. In lb s (!i."c -.iv' rui.t'itien s!ie had ri-eoiuse to your Oii.'mei.l n;.d I'iIIi, and by tli -is',ir:ce ol her 1 1 n mis, was ei. allied 1.) persevci e in then Use, until she ieccicl a p-itect cine. S'e hae oinehcs been grea'ly .-""'"ni-li'-d at the e'teet upon so obi a person, she I i r. n aiio.e 7o r.m of au'e. We shall be happy to s.itisty any en piii ies n to Ibe autlienticity ol ibis really w oi deif-d r.:-. ei-ln-r p'T"nally or by'leil.. A pi iva'e in the lia'li Police l-'oice, alio.' has been pi i. iti, c .re! l a:i old sroih-.tie slieelioii in (lie l,:"e. at . r ,-,! o'l ei n eaiH had t.iile !. . Hi! sta'rs that ii is ei.r.e'n- I , ih- u-o of our ihi.tta. nt, and sneaks I l.''..:ly I', i'- J'l.l! . I e iei:..ii'i. Dear Sir. Jouis, l.t.'hi l I April :!i.s.-;.'. (s-.-l) WALK Lit, & CO. j Tue Till' sh.MiM be ':-.d e..:,.oii-tly w ilhthe Ointment in ll.i's' ol the loiltw it-.i' rase! I Ha I T.' I Hi ( Ik - ) f..ot l-'is'ii'ai I loin .-.Hi. ioi:t t 'li.tpj-i Inn. Is (il.'iinlul.u swc'iliiig Coins (Sol;) ''I.uird: j Cancers lib-s Contrac'ed and Itiieiinial ism Still Joints Scalds Liepliantiasis Sue .Nipples a?ts It'inis I II IIU.'I.S JJile of Mos-cheNii-s anil Suiul Flits CiH-o-t ;iy si-!'1 iiui'ii'i rv.tn ni-ea-es i-urvy S -iv-hi a. is Ti.inouis l lceis W.lll.ds dS i Sdd at the r.-t.ililisliinent pf Pi nfe-sor Ibdlowav, i '? H. : .-.ml. f i.e.u 1 . iiipl,. l,-r.) .omtoii, and by all V. !;'.. ns c! I-uii'ini - t Ii: ou''oi il tne I'nited Stairs, in I'nts at ;e . S7c.. an I rl.'tv. each. Wholesale bv th" pi iinii.il Dfni hoine m the I'nioii; by Messts. j A I! -s 11 MM.-, .N i -,v Yoil;. j " .- ib-H! is a coiindeialik' suviiig by taking Ibe j A II f) lections for !tn' .uhlanee of p.itien's in Sei v ili-ii'rei' iie i tr.xi-d to each Lot. (j-ITwIy C I. O Till . U ! O T 11 2 ?Mr Gil 'i'lie s'i!)-ciil' r is now n ,-ei- ii.tf Jirrcf "'" I'l'll.l'lelptlla. the laics' ailj UlOSt c mi le e assiitluieut of Clothing and Furnishing ;i I a' he I be. n co, i.eeie.t rt ,tl, since in II i.il..,i,uh el, 1,,., l,,... ,rcliasl I v l is Mm, a u -i lent , ' l'lula-Vlphia, 'i I our eMiciiei.ced Ve..lern u "'. 11 . S t ; F..". A Ii. ' .-' 1 I ' 1 1 I v h-VVf.t II ices. lb., .'.rk cm. - I . - f nl 1.1 ! hi 'M.-k 4-i, ilie? COATS, va i ions prices, do: ' Ii ,ll--.i-. K. do Ill b -rs. do. ol in"iit ol" ov..rcati and Pants of every prailf s' le, jimoi,!; uh.cli ure some ex ra si'ipeiliiie oo black f.itin, black Haliau ciglll, ai d h!.:C I I. i- f -' '-i and oilon phisti, jiUid xaVnria, ilo. ' ' I...-a-.-onment of boy,' coats, pants and vest. fine I'.en looin shuts, do. ''; asortuieiit of net under shirts : bi.uM -r. : i a--. mere, oiaeK UII 1 blue satinet tesli. i I.e.! wool 1 hoe. a fine asirt uiorit : II.:.. and small wool coinloils : oo! net .Moi Key Jackets, (a good aiin le for laljuiinj men :) Vehet do; i i clil'a, do : -i--i-.I-t- (.'..! eo. clp ei; ; ij. hickoiy ,hii !s : '' ii! i" !.ir:s. A l.i -oitn .-i t of nim's lii.i',1 n..it;-i ,lriiini fur.- ill. I iy, Chamois, diab lined buck and -leg skm !.n M Pel ..ies : p., i iii.cii. Co : llne.d. .l.i : It. .is, i.':-.nr strops, boxes and hrudes, sliaving sojpsi. lii.ick I li:;.iie I satia self a.lju-.ing .locks, itli and w i' h int bo-ui:is : I Ijla.-li l!.ii.n ciavats. plaid silU, its : ! Ve.io'.v lia-idaima, tule anj punte poCKet liamlksr- White ai d fancy bold. red 1 men cainbiic liandkw llllt'ls I a l.es' m I net veds; l..el.es ft.ik'!;i i-,, a l.o Tiat.Us hum r- lo j.1 I, iisoitniPiil : l.:J" ba -s.cal'.iel baj, (iOBH 'M l sliiiel-ane , l.'.l., I'llil lell.is, .OL-e,1SM.tll.el.t ; lU's, IcacK silk, libek and .Iru l r.nsd.t fur, black nJ wbi-e hoi. I, mIi, ami uoisic.l J'.u-li caps - (liieu'S ami boy..',) npi ifine utti r, seal an i inn iat,(litlj and inolidii caps, lancy flayed navf cap. Iilacliai" crab cnile.; bum lia;s.bo.' biai il and iicuil awl I..US .Ve , r A In e ii-Mni,,ei,t of Ci-lii. timid Ii eol.ir'. ic.4-?' All ol ubi-li. si, all It sold aschenii as llie cliejiel, hit ca-li ' 'i be h h i i!s of ill,. I.un-e and pnbbc jeienally, " H-snie 1 1. al, m,.l lt., ,, .din Willi ail wliu jiatros- 111" Inf. 'Mie 1 pie-i nt stock of toils is fa'iiion ably anJ " O in.e 1 1'lli .u in mind I h ue but one pine, ami stneily cadi bn-ines. j I ie-ie, ti'dly Kk cull. fiOinoi and all, I'"? makii j; llieii puu-luses. f, (J pesit tin. City Hotel next door to sj licit i'.Siiekn.ill.) IIIUAM iMcM'-Kili, Agflit Hannibal, M , Au'id ;", IhjJ vvtf - 7 Wink. I' m. l'l 1". rt. jo,, rrv, MaiU.r. Claict and Mtslap "JJ fur ni'imiu o'al mid U, JUi. si i.a:ijtv'. o.svua" si llif lJri'; Si..r . ..f df '