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HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL'.
..MraJU W 1SI 9AXLT J05JaI ..... 3rtkr, MONDAY. APRIL 4, O. CLEatEg., KDITQft AAD rXBUBatUl. Goob Paiox ros Nmuii. A nrirala lft MT ttat t Shreveport La., comraoo field hands oring mm nine to twelve hundred dollars. P . Draper, Esq., retired from the editorial ehair of the Louisiana Record, having told out V: .a enure interest to uie Messrs. Margrave. Mrs. Cast died on the night of the 1st Inst. The Intelligencer of the 2d savs thai stuh h.. been the ruth for shipping freight for the Upper imssissippiuie last two days, the Keokuk pack els were loaded before 12 o'clock. Ktms Jttmg. The St. Louis Intelligencer tells a story f a man, his wife, and two children in a. va- caot lot in that city, living in an old omni- m . vut. iney nave a cooking stove in the front end; eat and sleep on the seats, and say they live quite comfortably. A medium for spiritual rappingsin New York, after driving a man named Doughty into lonacy, obtained communication from the spirit land which induced him to give her $13,000. She then left for Cincinnati, and her victim was arm - an ... ..,... e . - v VJIUIII 1VI me insane. i ne uquawka bpecUtor says that a Dr. Vm. Dud.y recently left that neighbor hood in company with a Miss Jane Crit lenden. The Dr. tell some creditors and an inocent wife and child to "deplore his loss." DCTA'ebraska territory contains 310,000 square miles, with a population of less than six nunared. Petitions with three hundred and seven ignatures of resident voters of Mason township, were sent up to the county court, thin morning; add other petitions for the same purpose are being circulated and more names obtained. It is supposed the nnm Ler of names is fewer by thirty or forty man n wouiu nave been had not one of the petitions with some fifty signatures been moien irom Air. beimts" store. It may now be safely aacerted that our county court will grant no more licenses lor tiram-shops in this township. St. Joseph anu Hannibal Railroad This section of the country indeed the whole west, have a deep interest in the cer tain and rapid completion of this road. It will be the great route of travel from the Last to the Great Western Railway of I Hi nois. We learn from the Grand River (Mo.) Chronicle, that the St. Joseph and Hanni bal Company have adopted for their road what is called the middle route, by which means the company have secured the entire quantity of land to which the road is entitled under the Congr"" ' grant. This act renders the coH of the road secure. We are anxious to know wh on the route of the great W way from Meredosia west to Qr necesbity ofa connection of Western Railway of I llinni Joseph and Hannibal Rail Road apparent to all. Tha i nlrata i tral )ortion of this State, and tli oi tne wnoie country demand speedily. Springfield Journal. Fannv Fern savs that mKm t,- ,t. :. .i-: ving to rise in the world, begins to exhibit sn- Tkrmr riAiv.i. mrA fk : . . f i - yvwvwmguu vi true genius, he must either hide his turht nnl.r . t....t.i else nave all creation after him trying to blow it ,Tns IIabbib al Dailt Joobbai We neg lected to notice this paper last week. It is a spirited , and wall conducted paper; it speaks well for the enterprise of its worthy proprietor, O. Clckcss. V extend to it our best wishes for its success Thwmtba now boasts of three weeklies, one tri-weekly, and ene daily paper. ' Lsgrange Misseuxian, - . . -JVs-WslewWBteBBB. O. t. . CBOCBCT, M. B., LlBEBTTtMO. fEv mistake, tha Ar, arft.l. - 2, was published last week instead or No. 1, as - a t B - war u . . was imenueo. Te give Ho. I, tnereiore, in a slightly abridired form, aa thaeasaa are quite efficient Ed. 1 That many persons supposed to be dead have i i .t - . uvea reriTeo, ooin oetore and alter interment, restored to health, and lived far year after wards, is a fact as wall established as aav elalow inr the attention of nunLi&J - TK. ...i,;.- .j dresses itself, clothed with interest, to every :i-1f: i. . uiciiigrin uTing oeing, ana nas received the attention of wise and gaod men ia all ages. It is remarkable, that it hal han mih regarded by savage and barbarous tribes and na- Mn$m uu mo civuizea ana wnrituan ; and Uial in tha Umlti Kimf. iks. A r 4 ::n morally and religiously free and enlightened, IMS rtrrA !. tA I. .1 I . - - -p, -.- uw. wr umu, pariuips, ia any vuMcr van oi ine woriii. A bi. t.nl.. marks, that in England, 'in respectable families t r i - M . . ID uiwm acmomiaaes place tm a week alter death;' durinsr which time th mAin tha body, 'ia tuually nlaced on a cnlr f ahla in me pur i or, ana ine aour kept locked In order to SDDroseh importance, we must make the caie our own: C i - ouppoae we ate in appearance only are has tily shut up in a coffin put in a vault, the door locked there to remain unseen for months, or years ; or deposited in the cold pit, covered wiui mrce or i our leei oi eartn and in a r hours revive and become conscious of our awful situation, and the fact, that we can neither ex (:.!. T .1 r i mereirom, nor make any sig ns bv which our friends can It infonnul .J our condition I Such has been the fate of thou sand ; and similar cases are being frequently discovered by those who disinter the dead. Aware of the danger of being buried alive, many persons have given positive instructions in reference- to the disposition of their bodies after death; some directing that they should bs burned, others their heart taken out, tic. The link. Ilotry Laurent, President of the first Coogress, U. S ordered in bis will, that his body should be burned the third day after his death, which was accordingly done. At an earlr neriod inmv trofeaiinn:it nrr my attention was arrested by this most interest ing subject, and I become strongly impressed with the imDronrietv. nav the inhuman; r u. f i 7 uaij juicrmcnis. in reierence to myseu, 1 had rather die one hundred times above sround. than once in a vaut, or covered up in a grave. iro a ccnaiu occas;on wnen 1 expected to die in twenty-four hours, I dreaded nothing but the possibility of reviving after hein Kuriixl- SJti,4. . . . o r " were my convictions and feelines in reference to ii, uiai i was consirainea to reuuest mv friends, in the event of to keep my body out of the grave as long aa procwcauic, appoint do itme tor interment, un til they were sure I was dead :. and fnr in terment, would have my chest opened and the large artery severed irora the lieart. lam slronelv nenetrated with ih K!.r id.t t j i - -? very many who are buried are conscious of ali .1... 1. A .1 t mat ucvura auoiu uiem winie on me cooling board and during their interment, but are inca pable of the least manifestation of their con sciousness! and feelings. Ho fangnage can ex press the aeonies which must seiza a wrun thus circlimiLanrrrt. On Ihxrrnmwl f ll.. possibility of this being true, humanity would pirau j or more aiienuon oeing given 10 tne signs of death, and Uiat we be less haity in sommit- ting our friends to the inextricable prison bouse. I propose to consider this subject. I. In reference In the hiatAr nf irnn. ... of persons who have been recovered after appar ent dee-th ; and II. The aiima af (tpath. f li. ir.Mm A used for the recovery of tliose apparently dead "" Ciqnor-Cam VI derm. BaBBvirf ' Cast SrxcrtAtioB. X new project has be suijwsted bf Barnam. It vm.u awialktii kim. sf snscteaaftil. In a re cent temperance speech made) by him ia New York, be stated that there were 7,000 grog-shops n Ik. m ariiV an avrm ifafam in mJi a probably f 10 2 day. Tm m& the following ofler to the city, viX: t f fit. jtfv imtttiXA .litff m mA ffia m riMimmi " - -r Tb" ' ' and rive him the amount spe&t ia all of them, be l - j ""j, nmoc m vuwmnon ' would pay an ine crry uxes, swotnwar io j - . - nuiuiura, ur nrnuma iwu uw : isena every cuiia io a rtwa bobcm; AODxese to xxB raaru cr TrjusaoA, (Continued.) To hnsort. nrint. aell. milJih nr - , ' I f any book or other thing containing obscene lan guage, or any print, figuredescription, manifest If tending io comij4 Uu moral of yovlk J pr to miroduct into any family or place of education . a. a scnooi, j orio nuy, or have ta potsttnon SDV SUch thins? for Sale, nhihilinn. or rirrLwi; or teilh intent to inlrodtux it aa V, ,7. ptce of education ; is punishable by a year's To establub or conduct any Lottery, or sell any Lottery-ticket, is totally prohibited by the New Constitution of Vinrinii t mnA ia ,.. verely punisUble by an act of 1852. f Session ncii p. oi, 9 . If anv of roll set tin , wmxii. raffle, or knowingly permit It in any house under Ulm -.- I . .t 1. .1 . wuuvi, u, uh, u aaie uier Of any lot tery ticket. &cl. or nermit anfhinir la ho' r.fll for there, or won by dice or other rune of chance; ue i puiimisuie iy n line at i,uuu, I Uode, 744, JII.J All money and thimrs of valti Anwm nosed to be drawn bv an inhaliitant nf tin. Kt.. or received by him as owner of s lottery-ticket, are forfeited to the Commonwealth, fp. 745. 715. Other forms of paminc are tint ilriiMMi. 1 D D itvi- ly prohibited : If any of yon keep or exhibit certain sorts of gamiiig-tables (though it be in his own private dwelliue or parlor, or dining-room. t.,r iK. tn.r. amusemeil of his family or guests,) or permit that you occupy or act a. door-keJ-per or I A dimcully eocured ia watclJfor.uchrL-b,nk o, ZZZlZ : 'lf'0 or deUv the lawful arre.i f th. V.v ' and PL'11 '? Sublette, an old and weD known crt- hibitor, or the seixure of the table, bank, or mW, ! JT' ey ; the penalty m.v be imprisonment for a yea, ! S?.L?Me fume5' ad. Sut present every family with a library of 100 goad books, irrre oarreis m nour, ana a siix aress io retry female, old or yoonguid give every body a free ticket to his museum. St. Louis Intelli gencer. ' UA disinfecting lamp is described which' is said to be much used by medical men, and ts be very effectual. It is aimpfy this: 'Take any of the various kinds of glass lamps for burn ing camphene, for example and fill with chloric' ether, and light the wick." In a few Bunsjtes tha aim Manlier rtf mm will K. mrifLmA This lamp snay be used in the sick reeas with j r. j . cwun hhi wnji su Boonmiau. A mode of relief ia asthma is thus dascribed: "Take a stronrlv saturated sotalinn of a'rfmt. of potasaa (salt petxe,) dip tinder inU it, and then allow it to dry. Procure a wide-moulheJ' phiaL the cork of which has an aerrnre ia tha centre so as to admit s-y tube. Light the piece oi Under and place it in Lbe phial. Thea rause the patient to inhale tae gases that are disen rgd. either through the mouth or nostrils.". At the end of a few respirations the reief will bin to be felt. This method has been tried r-ith great success in many cases. th it,L 'ing somewhat aiken to this subject, we are led and may name the case of Col. Town- EngLnd, and M. Bayle, a physician of who possesed the singular faculty of the pulsations of the heart at will. In ence of Drs. Cheyne, and Baynard, and inc, Col. T. remained for upwards of . hour in voluntary abolition of the ap action of life, .e 1. The daughter of a merchant ia Par , France, who was attached and engaged to a gentlemsn of moderate circumstances, was af terwards addressed by a man of fortune. Her parents causing her to marry the latter, she soon went into a state of melancholy, died, and was buried. Her firat lover. hnhinir the ton, disinterred her, conveyed her to his own house privatoly, restored her to life and health fled to England with and married her, and she afterwards lived many years. See Cause celbrcs tt interest antes, vol. 8. (To be Continued.), : A man tr ha mifa ifut tita raTTnnn tw,nu K is going into society, resembles a person taking off his shoes becsuse he is about to walk unon thorn. , - - ' and a fine or $1,000. p. 743, i 1, 2, 3 1 ! " The table or faro-bank; andaU moneV suked T' , lLt ThJowr, reports that or exhibited to allure person, to beoTy b h" Ut nf fatal, and with seized by order of a court, or warrant of ju.lirei i P?"' recover.-Canton Be- money shall be forfeited, and the table mad faro- j ' banllurnt. p. 742 1.1 Another instance of the dangerooa prae- If one of SOU nlav at such lahla nr r3vA.K.,tr .:.. - r . ... i'-'vu. or play, in a taV.rn or other puoiic pT. J I wUiK'T n. .t .t,., . r- ' .curreain outliter towLshin. in this conn. games, or a licensed one. fthouirh he Lets th-1 ' . 1 John 1mS " examin ing f) he may be fined 30, and rield to rive ureiy ior ms gooa uenavior xor a year ; or else be imprisoned three months. 743, $ 4.J berless other ihinira Ihat if Krni11 clear, natural right to do because your doing mem wouiu, or migni inter I ere, or lead to in- trfrjnf . il K K. ilit A. . t .a ers, or with good morals, good policy, tr the d- cencici oi ill . You are forbidden To lend your money, or other thinp, at more than six per cent, interest ; on pain of forfeiting double the value lent. 577, $11. To beat cruelly, or torture any horse or other beasts even your own. 740, 14.J To labor ou the Sabbath, ortmr.lnr vmir vsnts. Sec., except in household or other work of fi in.Jfij. y ju, I To curse or swear profanely. f7 10. t iii 1 Knowingly to sell diseased or tJiwholesome provisions, wnemer meai or drink, without ma king it know n to the buyer. 741, 1. To lend money, or sell or hire an il.it .1.. on credit, to a college-student, without his par- em s or guaruian s written permisiion. 1 578 5 i,ana tvs, i.j 2 Va. Cases, 77. (CooelusiM To-Marrow. PaOBABLE Ml'BDEB. A Km it 1 I nV'nV .... terday morning, two steam boatmen, Bamed Peter Brady and Kane, became Miano1t in quarrel whilst intoxicated at a drinking house .. ...w . jia. uiu men, ii rcsiuicu in Brady inflicting a stab in Kane's side with a pocket knife. The wow-mL-! nun imme diately taken te the Board of Health office, and i . i , . . ... wa suuciieDuy removea io uie Bjslers lloa pital. where ha now lies. with, hut url a hope of his recovery. Brady was arrested and is now in custody. St. Louis Inteligencer. Death Fbom IiTramorrAKinl o clock on VVednetiLi Bivht laat. a man Jacob Kamfe, residing in Carondelet, was found dead in his House. During the day he had re- uirnea noma intoxicated, and alter maltreating his wife and family, tamed them ant of the bouse. Nothing further was known of him tm- .rl t - m i mm . u ne was iouna aeaa. ine coroner s jury ren- aerea a veroics ec oeaui irons intern pet aace. St, Louis Inteligencer. MabSLACOBtcb ! Ia Near Vm-V n. ern keener has beenheU to hail iasl fa m charr of manslaughter, far furnishing liquor to a mani uai uiuuwg aiicr nm rmnonsirance of ms trie nas. - ine man died of saosue a fotu We think the law ought to punish an outrage. A fashionable ladr. aava tha Unarms R in J i an exnenencea nrialer. makrs a wraat knaii. ' a j f m vwufu oorrocling her fornU'1 ' . t.. iaz the lock of one nf (Tnlfa r.-,.N w Len it was disdiarged, the ball jost grazing the breast of a gentleman standing near him, and entering his rirhf arm, producing a very severe wound. Our informant u un able tosay whether the arm is broken or noU Louisiana Record. Gcbbab Sl-oab Caam. Bkndell with the fingers six ounces of good Utter, with a pound of fine flour, working if n.;t. : i - i . o mam. add a few grains of aJt, one pound of dry sifted - - ..nivum i me oesi cinnamon ia very fine powder, and a arge teaspoonful of spwes; to these the rratol rinic r k. a . , c " v. .Mice wubmj Tt 5 U pleasure. Alake these lnrradients inl . ..i. L:.i. yolks of fire egg., and about Ins Uble.poou.fuW i or wrhifa win. I. . . . .". ., "V "w wr i wo mure in ad dition, if required, as Ibis nrnst be reeulated br s"f.,,,-lhe 'K5 w bkk creai and half wine, are aometimea nsd for them -Bod the mixture into baUs, flatten them to soma tnine less Ii ban thrMtinxri. -r : t. . - . and bake them in a moderate oven from fifteen. w mmuies. loosen them from the ba- Cr ,1feU-tlc bould be lightly floured tbem, torn them over, and when they are Quito cold, stow them is .Jr. l i,-,;' . . " m. v r "-'-uuiizcaiisier i ne Uermans maks three incisions in the lop of 5SSa-w5K; An obituary, very enlogurtie of b 1mt. eaysr Jne was married iaii.j - . - ' .. . .. - j-iwui yaws, ar.am ail that time never once bangtd the 6W." BBUisiriv mlLwin. .. the .upper table on board of one of oar lsursr steamboats, Wtwee. a Eoston exquisite, reek ing with hair-ofl and eolegne, wfi. wis W mmg' the waiters, and otherwise assuming very wmsequenUal airs, and . raw Jonathan L Jt w, ..reasea ,a nomespu. Terningto 'BuUer, sahl' I see it U, coolly replied Jonathan, u&r, sah, I say T fiercely repeated Aedaa-w I know it rerr M . .- , . provokingly reiterated homespun. ' ? tlwndered th. exquie ia still louder tonaa. -i.J i.u.. 1 r- wu -alow tjB)- hisneiRhbor a. if he would anoihilaio LiS. . ii a 71 F"MU-Jnmehmi of sT now yelled the Downeaataa- i- jy .JT in.UinwVer didnt think I took it ler W- arouna tihi(w. . .. . . . ,r " uara ie lata bosiness- putthev will rv-,,i;r tv v? Ipstiema,.; ... ""J o