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WESTERN UNION-IIANNIDAL, MO., OCTOHEU 3, 1850.
The tliammolh- Star Clothing
Creat Inducements tor the Spring and Summer
Trade unnrectdcnlcd success ot L. BLOCKS'
One Price. Clothing Store I on Main ttretl,
MOTTO "Determined to tell twenty per tent
lover than cm other hovsel I"
T HAVE jnsl returned liotn the Cily of New York,
. i. I,i,,t. ta-nnl.l lia . . n n
129,919 bushel, after tlvduuting 1 1,813 bu.helsj
for extra iced that would linve teen m:uessnry(
In one Retiorittion, at the mine ralo per annum,
it Would amount 1 1 $4,81.r,.l!)(J 14, valuing the
rye i t (it) els. per bushel, ('hem and cockle I
conceive t, be nearly or quite valueless; io tliut
it appnrs th.it oi:r labor in heat and rye grow
ing ia in one (ji'iiiTutt.ni lata productive than il
would b under proper management by
To iliow lliat we vale n ciniitlt'ralle por
tion of wh it we di realize from lubur, the fl
low inn ',menta will iifliec. The ciiiiimon
mode, and till lately I believe the n ly mode
practised, of seeding ground will) wheat it to
aow it broad cast and bury it with plows or
harrows. Tho quantity "own tier ncre variea
Irotn 112 bu. to 2 1 4 bit., wo mppuae the av
erage ijti.iiitity tubea'iout 1 3 4 bushels. It is
ettabliahed by experience tht 1 1 2 bushels
buried with a drill on one acre will produce
more than two bushels aa ordinarily applied on
the like space. Some reason tin : or grain
own broad oust much is lull uncovered, nnd of
that which i buried much liei id shallow tlinl
it perishes, during winter; a drill plar it nil
at a proper depth. The average yield iV wliei.t
per acre doea nut exceed twenty bushels; the
number of acrea reaped then in INK) must have
been at luaat sl.Sill.ltj.l, nnd the (juntitity of teed
own on those acrei, lit l 3 4 bushels per nore,
7 422.U35 u'uhels, which is just l.iJiiO.W)! more
than w necessary, and which w e may coiisiil
ar at wasted. The anmo wain annually for
one (ran unit inn will in that tiinu uinount to
i(i5, 183,572 10.
It tliui appcuri that wc:i I. inner really lose
in tlii abort period, and in 'heo three parlic
Inrt alonn, $107,815,030 I I or w ithout interest
it would be $1,745,718 01 ,,.-r uiinum; if ilivi
dad erjually among the Stales, it would give
each ,f5S,l!)0 05 yearly. If this mm were
lr v ,ted to defray injr the expenses of atiulyiziii
aoila and inan.ires, Sic, or to extending the ed
ucation of farmer' children, the benefits aris
ing from aiuh nn application would be inealcu
table Dollar Newspaper.
Greenwich. .V. )'., 1850.
Cure for Glanders.
In aniwer to one of your subscriber! inquir
ing what will euro "Natal (Jleet," or discharge
from the none of horses, I would aoy, that I
nave cured many wr.li tlio I (lowing simple
compound, and two caiea that were culled glim
dera confirmed, viz: Tuke one teanpooiiful of
common roiin, ouo leas oonful of cipierns,
two tablespoons fill of lull, and four spoonsful
oi ury alios; pulverize the rom anil copper
No. IIS, Ulltll Sll'l'l'l, M. I.OIllH JIO.,
Tin. tf. II roadway, Xw York.
MAUTIX & IMK TIIKU.
I EALEUS in Heady Maile Clothing will fiml it
1 greatly to their ndvaiilago to call it (he nhovo es
tablishments iinil look through our stock.,, hi'lorp pur
chasing. We pntmise to allow them tin, latest anil
most complete assortment in tlio Eat or West, ami
will aril nt low T prices than any other House.
j.inis LiuiitAr.. am; l.'i-tf
and have opened at my Clothing- Kmpotium, on
Main street, east aide, two doors south of llie"(irent
Western," the largest, most fashionable anil best as
sorted stock of superior anil elegant
IvatlyOlnilc (lot III ii it
of every description, that hascver before beer, brought
10 Sjormi'l'li aiissoill I.
My clot lung has all been made up at my own inatt
tifaclory, in the cily of New York, under my own su
net intcudence, whicht uablcs me to defy competition
In low prices. My present stork of Clothing cannot
be surpassed foi tlm ability, elegance of fashion, anil
beauty of fitness. Such is t lie extent of my business.
ami the great popularity of my Clothing Emporium
among the cil icus of llauiiihal ami all the surround
ing country, that it has justly won fort lie propiictor
of the establishment, the title of the
"1 .lil(! nf Fashion!"
I pledge mysc'f to sell liendy per rent lover than
any oth'-r bouse north of St.W.ouis. As I sell for
nothing but Tiik Cash, ami selling as I do, surh an
immense amount of all kinds of Heady Made Cloth
ing. it is evident to every one, that the "Star Cltilhinj
I KmpuriuiH" is the hou-cloi cheapClolhing, and grea
Hats nnl npa. iJJ
have also in store a splendid assort ment "-sa
of fine silk, nutria and fur Hats; plub, lur and cloth
Caps. Also, a large variety of India Kiihher t.oods,
never beloie seen in this market. Also, an extensive
stock of elegant IrilukH, Carpet llags, iyi!. rror
diuai ily Moii.
To all tho?c who intend emigrating to California, I
would just stale that lean furnish with Hie articles
neces-aiy for an outfit, a little cheaper than you can
iinnirinp. I liuve n eood nsanrttneiit of Kiilinfmitiul
Clottiing, India Kuhber (ioods, Itevolvers, Aikansas
j Tooth Picks, Kc. (jive me a call, if you want great
i bargains and elipap goods.
y Don't l'oigi-1 the place 'tis the "Hannibal
Mammoth Slnr Vloihina Stvrc," on Main street, be-
. twecii Hi ill and Hill streets, east side, two doors south
. of I.iniKhj 's (Jreat Wctcm. Look out for Ihebig
1 sign, in v 'low lelteis, with the large "Star," on it.
j ltesuie you come to this modern Te.npleof Fashion
' to purchase vour Cloining, lor you can rave tlilrty
mOltre Ol ISIIItflirttJ StaVC. I percent by the o.vration. Tlio proprietor ri ami w.ll
'I'll Kill" was committed to the coin. lersellevery oilier house in Hanuilial, and It is lor
inoii jail of Mt. Louis county, on Ilia il y0""' own interest to give him a first call.
day of September, is.V), as aiunaway l'ostcriit.
slave, a negro boy who says his name is The greal success ol my house may induce others to
JA.MK.S, ft feet six inches high, about , attempt to sell on its reputation hot beeaieful ami
l!l vears of aee. rather slender nude, is i look lor the right house I have but one house it is
of a il.uk copper color, and had on when 'on Main street, two door south of the (neat Western
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i n ii,ir miiii'ii rn.kiii.' iiitt iii ,;iiun iu n , 11 ii i ,i-i,n k- o r n wii 1 1
M K I ) 1 C A L I) B I'AR T M H X T .
I rpHK regular courses of Lectures in this Institute
I X will commence on the First of November, anil
conliiiuo until the last of Feluunry. 'l'liu Anatomieal
I I'enarlmenl w ill he opened and ready to receive stu
dents by the First of October, The Medical Depart
ment w ill bo under the direction of the following
J. Covin 1st Caoss, M. I)., 1'iulassor of the Institutes
of Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence ;
W. ltinn rowr.1.1., M. I)., Professor of Cerebral Phi
Biology, Medical Geology, and Mineialogy
II. 8. Nkwton, M. D.. Professor of Surgery i
II. J. Ill I I K, M. D , 1'iol'es.soi of Theory and Practice
J. A. Wilsom, . I)., Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children i
J. Kino, M. I)., Professor of materia Mcdica and
'I herapeiilics )
'.. Frks.vian, M. I)., Professor of Anatomy I
J. Mii.ton 8ANiii:as, A. M. ,in. D.,Piolessorof Chem
istry and Pharmacy.
C llnlii'iie l.n tnrcs.
Mothinc Prof. It. J. Ilui.ru.
Surgmj Prof. It. S. Nkwtos.
,'lnulomical Demonstrator'.. Frkkman, M I).
Tlie fees for a fiilleouise of lectures amount to f III..
Kacll Piofessor'a Ticket, $lf. Matriculator's, $'.
Demonstrator's Fie, H0. t.iadiiatiun,
Tliosc desiring I'uilher infoi uintiou will please ad
dress thcii letters ( post-paid) to the Deau;and studenls
aniviiig in the city will ph ase call on him at the Com
mercial Hotel. K. H. NKWTON, . D
Iknn nf the Faculty.
Hon. F-. W. M. King, Piolessor of Theory and
Practice of Law.
John lMalichl, Ksq., Professorof Coinmerciat Juris-
7Vrmj $o0 per Session.
All communications pertaining to this depnrtinenl
must be addressed io
K. W. c. KING, F.s.p
"injihisfciin., April, IN50.
ff'tijn. "' TUIPI.KT1- respectfully in-
yfJ!7'rorin the public that he has removed his
-i iB ittnitr stock of Hooks to the drug store of N.
H. Kiinkel h Co., one door south of the City Hotel.
ami mat nc nas jusi receivcu a large collection ol ex
cellent school and miscellaneous works, blank hooks,
writing paper, steel pens, inic stands, metal Deads, bill
paper, envelops, note paper,bills of lading, tec
lie has a large lot of fancy llihles. pocket Bibles,
pocket Testaments, and twenty copies of Webster's
unabridged Dictionary, and all the popular poems o
the day. Also a fine lot of Wall Paper and Window
Shades. Call and examine. aprilll
Therein to use TtilkUig l
Jnat full In nnd ftcei
A greater variety of Dress (ioods, than ever before
ii. nll'crid in this market, and at prices lower than
ever before seen) 4 do., superior Parasols, selling at
cost and carriage) silk and Oiughamumbiellasnf evety
sre anil 'iiiiereni snaues. n you need any descrip
tion of (ioods, Groceries, fce., you will be sure to find
nargam in ineni,iil 1ifsignof the (,'.
I7KKSII TKASand prime just arrived from that
ceh brated Tea Hauler, Linn Foohoo, near Luke
Poyangtioo, t tuna, tor sale wliolesale and retail,
june lit , T. It. SF.LMF.S, sole agent.
ar.M. p. HARmsoN - ' HAWKrm.
I1AKR1SON & HAWKINS,
Attorneys at l.nw,
WILT, practice in the various courts of Nation,
Halls, Lew is, Clark anil .Monroe counties, and
will give their prompt attention to collection! anil an
other business in the line of tlMir profession. H8"1!
carefully prepared a complete Jtfi'l perfect abstract ot
all the titles to lots In the city 5itlianniba , together
with plats, kc, they will be prcpy'u B"
give attention to all ela! is in relal'ion ,ne,f,0 which
may be tiluced in their ..ami.. ., .iJLfcairTird all neces
sary iliformation on the anhiarl ni'inJTkALnoticef
Messrs. Mellon & Hawkln', Kerchevat k Oreen.
lei, llnwesfc Co . Wm. P. nu.l.
H.inni,a, Hey. P. R. Kendrick, Mr. Geo. Morton',
tot. A. B. Chambers, F.dward Tracy, John MeMe
..-,...... .j 1 in-, jr., s.eorge nyne, i:row, Met'rre-
ry ft Co., P. B. Mevin, . ,, , pallt Ani.
son. I-.an , lacianoti 1 It. F Tevis, .oairi( 1 1 M.
L. llulloHell.v Co.. I'hiladrlnhiu, r.L, 1)....
ii iiim . Hint I1I111- nilliin lilrl.nint tin t.ltt
o3 cap. Saul lioysays lie In-longs to William White,
near Holiver, Tennessee.
The owner of said slave is heicby reiiiircd to make
application to me for him,acconliig lothestntule.wilh
in three inoiiths from this dale, pav charges, and lake
him away, otheiwi-e I will, 011 MONDAY, the ninth
day of December, Ih.'hi, between the hours of nil e and
five o'clock ol that day, at the east front door of the
Couit house, 111 the city and county of .S't. Louis, Stale,
of Missouri, sell the said negro hoy, to the highest hid
del for cash, pursuant to the statute in such ca-e
Kile and pro nlcd.
HI'.MiV II. Ill'.LT,
Sherilfof St. Louis County, Mo.
S:. Louis, ScpVnibcr 71 h, ix.m.
Till'. AMI'.KICAX I.I VK STOCK
i n U li MAMO K 0 O M IP AMV
ClittrtcT l'it!iinit(.'i : CI run ted Jamiary 2il,
SlinkJioliltrs Individually Liable.
For the Insuraii'-e of
HOUSKS, Ml'I.KS, PftlZF, HULLS,
MllW.r ci (JATI I. V..
L. BLOCK, Proprietor.
IVip Store nnd .1V floods.
Niiiiiig or 150.
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities, worth and
professional acquirements, will compare favorably
with the most distinguished in oiircouutiy. The med
ical faculties constitute an anomaly in thisoranyoth
ei country all of them are able lecturers and the best
Those w ho will contemplate our geographical posi
tion, and the extent ol our population, can have no
doubt as to the eligibility of our situation for the en
ti 1 prise of the kind. As to health, including all sea
sous of the year, we deny that otiy uthercily ha innie.
Thatl he public may bcsatisf.ed of the permanency
of this'school, we feel it our duty to state, that the
Tiuslees and Faculty form a tinil inaction, which nu
guis well fur its future success) and that the peculiar
Internal organization w hich connects them, cannot be
interrupted. 1'.. W. M. KING, President
of the .Memphis Institute.
'Pill'. triiiiii,liitul surrcM oftlm great Araliinn lU-tncity fur
rpilK subscriber hereby informs bis friends and the
man .mil lieitri,
ifllHHoiirl Slate Mutual Inaiirnnt'e
( iiniiiiii) .
John O'Fallon, C. M. Valleau,
Heuhen Knox, Daniel D. Page,
Oliver Bennett, John Sigerson,
John S. AlcCune, Joseph A. Inldy,
True W. Hoit.
ri- HIS company is established upon the mutual priu
X ciple ol insurance) and is emphatically a home
institution. The lire riks ol this company uio ex
tended iu'o all parts of this State. Its earnings are
never employed or invested in Mocks 01 real estate.
but kept or the prompt liipiidal ion nf losses, anil un
der the immediate control id' the Directors. F.vcty
person insuring with this company become interested
in its success, and its profits instead of being divided
among a lew stockholders, belong to those who insure
ill this company.
This company is taking risks upon real estate,
stocks in trade and personal property situated with
in the State of Missoini. They have limited the
amount to betaken in a block in this city, carefully
avoidin a concentration of lisks. This Company
issues its policies for a term of years, effecting a per
manent insurance at rates that cannot but provesatis
factory totbe assured, with a return premium of from
fifteen' to tlfty per cent, for, the term of years which
the poliry may run.
C. M. VALLI'AL', Pres't.
II. D. Bacon, Treasurer.
S. F. T.KnVARn, Sec'v.
I have been duly appointed agent for this county,
aim can nc loiino ai an tunes ai ill's jsrug store o A.
P Kiinkel it Co., where I will take pleasure in le
ceiving application for insurance.
luayin-ly. A. 11. Wl-.HH, Agent.
15y O. ii. SAMUEL, A I. D.
o.t iticnmona. fp ,jv
SI. J.ouln and Mteol.uk Ihiihi
I. S. fiail i.itir nf I'Mi-l.
Steamer DI1-. VFKNON, N. Mullikiu, Master.
Steamer k Ai K KKAU.VKV, C. Morrison, Mast.
Steamer LUCY BKKTKAM, Chas. Dean, Master.
riHIK above well known line ol sleameii will leave
X St. Louis every evening, (Sundaya excepted) at
o clock, p. M. , lor Keohuk. and all intermediate lan
dims. and make their return trips every day, except
Tuesdays, dunng the ensuing season. They will ar
rive ut Hannibal on their upwind trips, every day, ex
cept Mondays, al III o'clock, A. 11., and ontheirdown
waul trips every day, except Tuesday, at 10 o'clock.
A. M., positively. '
The owners of the above line of Packet Steamers,
give special notice, that Ihev will h r.....i.i
-, . ' J iur
iiu ihu imiii-s ui money, or money letters, or any other
valiablc package., only in cases where a receipt,
ticku or billol lading is given by the captain orcleik
ol eilto-r boats. In no other ease, will II, .. h. r.
ponsil.le for the sale delivery ol sn.-l, n.-k.... ..j
thev wi-h it to be expressly undcistood, that when
ever sucl packages are received, they are to be regar
ded as anneri-kot the owner, unless receipted for
as above stated
mar 7 dm
j our Tt'ctli.
have been selected from a large ami vaiied stock. and
: I llalter myself to oiler as great inducements to pur-
! chrscrs ns any other house in the cily.
I My slock consists of every variety of fancy and
I staple Dry (ioods, Boots, Shoes, Hals, Caps, I la 1 il -M'aie;
(Jueeusw are, Groceries, kc, and in fact every
thing that is necessary to supply the wants of lite,
which I will sell unusually low for ca-di or to punctu
I Having paid particular nttcnt'nn to the selection of
my stock, customers may lest as ured that when they
,. 1 ,- - . ., , - , . ,. IIIIV 111 lev sunt IIM-y mil uri lull ill I titiue Ol llll-ir
ol everv 1 eci intioii. ai'a list he eoiiitiiiieil ri .-h i I. in. ' ' . .. .. V1
Water. Accidelits .ndlliseu..-, also upon Stock driven '"P&n ""' K""S ,roV' ' are
to l!as.e,n ma.Uets, or t.auspoitcd Sonlh. '.,.,. , fim u o ,;,. inrM, , Wr ,
t rl I'1'"' "'iT.u-v lu 'U.i a ril 'H.,)I0 1,ln.il.i,. elsewhere, and if they do
. . . . 1, Ji'llM pot buy it is no lionlile loi us toshow goods.
Josepli I., liow inati, Lolltisi'llur; 1' erilltmnd i All kindi of country produce taken in exchange Tor
Kticrw ino, Merchatit; L'apt. Isaac Mass, ! goods, or the highest market pri-e paid in cash.
Meruhnlit; (Jonrgo Ii. May, iMcrchaut: Hon.! Store romns on Main street. in Coinmercial Mow, in
Thnmu Htshopi J..!.,,Wi.e, Merchant ...! S:ln-'U-
it. ..1 1 ti . ....i... a .1 . w 'i ii .. 1. - -(
. I II .1. 1. . IV 1 fit t.t 1 I
huh jmiik jirt'i'ior; iion. ;vuner i. IJIH,
K(j., Stitle Seti.tUir, anil .M.tyor f ir.t enm; !
imMic KiMiiTiilly, thai ho I as mircliasetl n sn).rrl.(
not I nut i' I Ih l'ooiI.i ol' Messrs, k'-iclifviil it litron.
ami will t'.Tirv un IhHupw at iliftrul.l stiunl on Mjin
sIiim'I, in Cornintrciiil How. .My cootls now on hnntl ! V""1 "r J,",', Wim-r, ti i
1 - 1 . . , ! iirtnif iiii tilltiHIIV. i ur
Clinic ni1 Hull cm, il Imim iiiovt it MmII a i'k lilt ; ami lir n'.Wr-
tltilim nl llir l.illi"-. I'Kct immI KiiIiu vh, tu it lixtnt vnlilitlilt
A Inn. Smith, farmer, It.mk Dirctor. and
Auditiu' of Knox county.
JOSEl'IKi llOWMAN, rresident.
II. Sh iiiii 1.1:1 r Whitncv, Sucrelnry.
Wm. Hi'iiTi ti, Trenstircr, Merch't, anil Pres
ident 'iiii'ciines Kr'idi of Sl.Hk., Ind.
WM. I'. SAMUEL, Agent, Hannibal, Mo.
II. G. FARUELL'S
Celebrated ,irablan Liniment,
Ihhiii-Iiii! rniliilerteils tiisirilnf ni nllover lliiTniiiiliy, sireail
lilt: llielr liillii'lill iiillnelire ever Hie lioiil, rnlililii! Hie n,rki-ts
l the liiuii'Sl nml iiiisiisieclliiil. Iiy iiiiHiMiinf itnm lliein wnrlli
li'bsiinil 1'iilsiiiiiiiii uiisli lur Hie c.-n nun- II. ti. Kurrell's An,
limn l.tiniiK'lil. fellow t'UI.'-lis ' I.1111K well lielon: . Imy,
i.ia, ,1... I I...I i.r 11,,. hi.nl.. Iti II,.. I.. 1 1. . II. 1: t........
I'iiiri il s, lur 11 II litis nnl.il is no STKHrKir. Ilif Inlielnriiunil I llirecreo in ll is operations upon I lie leciu ov n r-cien-
. is. Ii leillle el nil 111) III ill tiuiU Kills: "II Ii I'nrriU's Cite, t C Knowledge both of SI I'll If I lit' 4 Nlll'KC
Ihiiii il Ai.iliiini l.ihuiu-iil," anil in) lioialu,. Is w illten iiniii I ,.i i,. ,.e ' ,.j i i , nnilnnii succe-s l)r S is
I... lah.-i il-.. ami iliewi wi.nls urn liinwii ia the ginss I'lniii.', ( , ,' ' h"i' ."' uiiilorin sin.ee s,; nr. n. is
"II il t'mr. ir. Arii'.ina l.iiiliiinii. Pei.riu.' j enabled to operate w ith tar less pain to the patient,
'I'llis lull)' ilrelll liieillcoie mill em's till, rnnillerliii; illsenfes Ulld without illllgci'.
nml .iiaiiliiuii Many a i....r i.ietli. viniin iiiiai Hi- uiin,-.- Particular Attention given to inegular teeth of Se-
iv.:",::, -- '!". m" .;l,'aire ':,:,,:1 r'S
iiih, nml y lit "tiiL'tiitir imuvit oi ri-rtMiu-Mii mi' rytmvitil i'kiiii hi iiumi tiiiiuirirs iiiuih u3 nuum uu ncu
lin n nil niiasit'N (il l in- jiuuix mill
Itlii'intiniiciit, nml iiurriioiiH l iIh
r()U who appreciate and value (fowl Health, sound
leetii, ftweci hrealh and jieiaonai ap)eaiuncc.
Notice is hereby given, that Letters have been grant
ed to the undersigned, Kxeculor of the last will and
testament of Charlotte T. Muhlrow, by the Clerk
of the County Court of Kails Couutyi ta d Letters
bearing date Septemher 3d, A. I)., IS.'mi. All persons
indebted to said elate arc rcpiested Io make payment
imtncdia't'ly, ai.d all persons having claims against said
estate, aic required to present them, propeily authenti
cated, w it hi u one year from I lie date of said letters, or
.1 1 . ..I' I I ! 1 . .
M, and mix the whole anil give It in bran, or ,,,, ir ;,, vl.fVUteA wUMll ,hr,,p yrar!(, (h;,v wi,' .'
"i' "i my, ami in lour hoiks nine, uy , lorever narieii li l.i Hlli I'. (,. M 1 1, DHOW,
giving tlie aame ipiar.tily twice n week, 1 cured
the two cases of glanders. I have used the
tame itl cases of cold or catarrh, and three or
four doses have performed a cure. I have also
used it for horie distemper with iiicceis. lb.
Stockbride, .Mich., KM.
Scaluinu Milk. lu Devonshire, I'ni'latid,
where dairying is extensively practiced, tho
milk intended fur iliu churn or for cheese, ia
acalded as soon as it comes from the cow. This
procest obviates most effectually tho ntdurul
tendency of the milk lu sour in warm wet(ler,
and wliuti intended for butlur making, secures
the advantage of sweet milk for family use, ut
ter the C cani u removed, lb
Mummt Wiicat. Ail I'nglitli tiatier as :
There it now Dowering in the garden of the j "JlJ.jj' '1'1,)"jVii'i''
Prince's l'.n k a very film viiccn L'lorios.i. There
Final Settlement Notice.
All creditors, and others, interested in the estate of
lien inimu S. I'.lv, deceased, ate hereby notified that we i ed endoisiTS,
intend to make tiual settlement of our administration
of said estate, at tlie next November term of the Halls
County Court, ' t-. gun ar.'1 held at the Com I House,
ill the town of Ne.v London, in the said Coit'dy ol
iiiius, nnd Statu nf Missouri, on tlie first Monday in
November, A. I)., ISitl. JOSH It A !'.:,',',
cpl 5 Adin'rs.
iloinc Itliililal I'irt! nml Miuine liisur.
rpil IS company is established on the mutual prln
X ciple ol insurance; and is emphatically a home
I institution. The lire risks of this company are ex
pended into all parts o( this State, lis earnings are
j never employed or invested in stocks or real estate,
but kept tor the prompt tii nidation of losses, and under
jthe immediate control of the Diiectors. Kvery per
son insuring with this company becomes interested
I in it' success, and its profits, instead of being divided
among a few stockholders, belong to those who iusiiie
. in Ibis company.
This company are lakinif risks upon real estate,
storks in trade ai.il personal properly, situated within
the Slate of Missouri. They have limited the amount
to he taken in a block in this city, eaiefully avoiding
concentration of risks. This company issue their pol
i irieii foraterm of years, ell'i cliiig a permanent insu
rance at rales that cannot but prove satisfactory to tho
a suied, w Mil a leliini premium of from liftcen to fifty
per cent., for the term of years which the policy may
Not w ithstauding the heavy loss sustained by this
Company in May last, tho stock notes now on baud
amount to $ t ill.oilil. The Stock notes ol this Com
pany are secured by lieu, upon ical estate and approv-
mill i'i)vi'iiiil aliMlimy, iiIkii, tor oil ill-euses nl llir lilioul.., .
Hrruliilii. liiiilri- nr Hwelli'il NitIi, .r. ki:. Anil liuleeit liir ul
llliisl IIIIV it'nilise wiiere all I'SITIial 1. 1.. 1 1-ul a. tl is reiJIIUeit, '
tliu iiieiliriiii-suniils untiiralli'lli il.,
1) 0111 lic lion. 1'i lrr Miit'in,oiir of ttcuM-i
tst S: tilt 1:1 iu Illinois. j
Il sivi-s me I'li-nsuri-to nild ui)' lesluiKUiy In llie virtues uf
yum cn-iii ineiiii-iiie. line nl iny tiliinili il Imisi s luiil a .-':iiit:
iivit III.' rlli ill' Hie tllleepili'iill lln-sl.e ol a hen's fill!, hoiini
stint it was 11 sirmii. ami siuiie, lluit il w as the jniiil w aler lnini
lie knee, mill i:, mill lull lie rlirell. I llleil nil leilur nil II, mill all
llie liiiiiiii'iiis mnl 1101I1111-11IH, unit Hi'') 1I11I 111. iii4.li' l'iiiiiI lioin
Miler. I llii-n Iiy n iiiiisiiiii nl my liiemls, nti il II Ii l'itrri-11'e
Aialiiiin l.laiini ill. nml I tva liaiiy In liuil It take elli'i I iilo-r
n lew il ')s, nml it linall) riin-il Hie imlili- minimi eiitirrly. I
ttiitik ii in ilei'iil' illy tin Ufeiiti i luiiiui'iit I'm linise n well as
liiiinaii 1I11.I1, 1 4-11:1 knew.
I ICtij. Barker, of Mew Canton, ...si11 "
Mr, II. Ii. t'liriell'i. Aiiil'iilll l.lliuiieiil ims t iiri il sunn- liml
l-.it e.. Iieie, lili'll eVCI)' nllli'l n Mil il)' lout tillli il III ; Olie W SS ll
ulole kvs i-liinu ami riiiitlilrteil innti. ill I In- lin nt a liny twelve
yi iii.- 11I1I. 'I'lii'leu I1.11I illii'leilway, ami was sn i-iuiluiricil
lli.it lie liuil Nil I -k ul It. Three ilortnrs hihl Irieii tlh-ir klll
lli,ill it ill VMill, mill lie was lilsl siiikinu III til.- Illlive, uliell till:
In,) ' liolier iiiilm-i'il 111 try II. II. t-'.irifll's Araliinn t.lni
nienl. Ileli-e Hie lir 1.1 Imlili- was lined lie In- rmtie into .Mr. It's
-Inn-, nml the lit-l wnril lie sunt wi re. ".Mr. Ilmker. I uaiuiill
llial l.lmmelit lull hale u the shirr: I lie i,ni- lull Ik- I gnl illil my
In,) linnet.- I 1I11111 nil linn Iniil hei 11 ilinii- In-line." The Ihi)
is iiuw well anil hearty, ami has tree 11-1. ul his lei's, ll is giiuil
fur sprains, linuat-s cuts, Intra ciiilswellini;''.
tti iiii: i'utly sali. Ill it t' al 11.11 I'anell's Anitiliia l.iaiini'iit Is
llie hesl (III illrine III Hie W erlll. I l lli erlillly ri'l-illlilliellil II. I
llllil lieell llllllrleil liir 111 Veins Willi n tll4.nl s. vere milll III Illy
hieiii-l anilsliiiiilili'rs, w Inch was i-u liml Hint I ruiilil liiir.ll ilu
mi) walk III lilt, ami winllil lime III lie III l.eil li.r two weeks III
n I line n illi il. I inu'il y.iiit liiioiielil nil il. unit It riirtll lliesutiliil
nml wi-ll. I hail, at llie 11 it u-intr yuiir linn it. inn- ul Hi.-
umt neighs ever I liml ill my hie: unit II i-iireil liuil li.n. I
rut'l.eil It tnwi-ll nvei II.) I.rejit nml hhuiililels ll is nl.in'X
eellelll t.il tin-l-lillti'll leet.siiKs.sweltliiL's.Mile tlliiiin. uimii;e
ei).lieln, l'. ISA At.' I.'I.AV'I U.N.
Maniiliirtiiriil mil)' Ii) II. II. I'lirrell. sute Ilivi alor anil irn
liiielui. ami wliiilesnli. .hin.'uint, No. IT Unin sir. el. I'eurla, HI,
In whom nllriiaiiiiuiili'aliiiiis muni he aililn.'.si.l; and
Kur iitle by
'I'. I'.. llntiTiMiiisv k Hum, llnnnitial,
: si. rlkjsssK, l.a tlimnfe,
H. V. I.i:k ,V isus, ralin) in,
C. .M. liKSIIIV, Hllelhyvllle,
MaIiii:hs Sl Haiiiiv. Calls,
unit rci'tl'srly aulli..tl.i il iiy-uls ml nvei the rtllli-it Hi Hies,
(.'all ami iel a I'oirlrl lluuk, liei- ul cliiiiue. limy 30 ilia
to consult Dr. Samuel
t J"(peralions warrcnted to give satisfaction
Persons iu indigent circiiimtuuccs w ill be charged in
(H'l'TCK Hritingham's Row, 011 Main street, on
door below Kunkel's drug stole, "right" under the Tel
egraph Oilier, Hannibal, Mo. feb. il.'.iO.-K-ly.
MICKS it J()M-;s,
WiV'',)-.'sl"'c"""v nniioiince to the citizens of
t liatitiibal and vicinity, that they lime taken
?,m0Il" ?i" '''"""cicial How, iminedintely under the
(hid fellow's Hall, where they are prepared to execute '
all kinds ol woik in the Dagnerrean Art in the latest
improved style; miniatures set in beautiful shell or mo
rocco cases! also at lockets, breast-pins, linger rings,
watch keys, &c..A,c. Ileiug convinced, ftotn past ex
perience, (lint we en, fully satisfy all w ho may encour
age us, public palrmiagc is solicited. Those whhing'
min iatures would do well to call soon, as our stay may
he short. Kntire salisfactinn given, or no charge.
1- S. Instruction, given is the Art, and an aparatirs
(mushed 011 leasonaVleteims. jy ua.f
DU. J. li. IjuKANcK,
HAVINO located in Hannibal, respectfully tenders
his services to the puhhr, iu all the department!
of the medical profession.
S jfoilice, up staiis, above Mellon 4 Hawkins' Store,
AT fl! have in store l.tam doan white Shirts, of the
latest patterns, made by oixselves, and warran
ted to lit and lint to rip, I nun tin lowest price to tlie
best in market, tor sale at New Votk prices,
feb til. YDUNUx 11KOTHEUS.
II V Hang- oar Itautier on I he
Our fry I'. I.t'l lliciu Ionic!
NIll'll'K Is liereliv L-IVeii lu all perSUIIS illlere.li'il III llie I'K
late ill ti. iiim- IS I'liuler, il'Tenseil, lulu uT Monroe t'.illll
ly Hull Hut iiiiilen.luui it, niliiiiiiislriilur, has ulilitiii i ll letleis i-l'
siliiiinilriitluii, Iri.ia Hie elerk iil lhe r.uiiny 1'i.art, iu vara
Hull ,h. mil's linle Aiisust l.'.lll, IH.'.II. All liersuiiH h.ivuei eliimi
nsnilisl Hlllil e.tnl.' me rellesleil In (.leseiil lliein l,.r till, , mil,
w ill, III Iwetve ll.ulitlis, u, Ihcy 114 II V In- irei-llul.'il liu.it ml
u-i sain i--l:iie. .11:11 11 nut mi'Hi-iilfil williui lliri-H tear
cc.-i.w j I'ltiui.r.u.
is also growing tln-re some uiiiuiiny wheat. It
Itai seven ears or more on one stalk, similar lu
that described in l'harauh's dream, ((iuiiesia
xn, 0 ) The parent grains from which it was
raised, were taken out of a mummy, in lliu liei
fast museum, five or six years ago. How sur-j
prising that the principle of life ahoiiU thusi
lie preserved two or three thousand years!1
lluw iiitelesliiig that wo ihoiild thus have j
brought into life again the kind uf Wheat grown I
in the Jays of Joseph and I'huraoli, three lliou- j
and five hundred y tin go! I
Col. Fremont's grant in California embraces
43,000 acres, ml if worth $5,000,000 to $0
000,000 per acre, ns lias been reported, on ao
uount of tho gold contained in the tjuartz, his
interest in ausluiiiing the validity ul the Span
ith gratilt i iiiitnense.
Mo.tCKINT TC ttoBtBT FlttTON. Near
Troy, Ia.. i tiill wliicU Fulton wan fond i f
visiting, tnil l tlio ru)"! of wbioli he and his
brother kept a wood yard, nnd sold wood to the
ataamers, the crcatura uf hit fjcniua, which
naviiated the Ohio, lluwasl'mid i f walchii.ji
(roin this point, il ia said, their proreaa and
speed in ll water; and it has been selected by
the dmirer of hit genius in the West us a til
fhc t' r'.'t motnut ij hi moumAry.
1 1 Mi l", highest price in cash, w ill he paid for clean
-I- linen and cotton Hafjs, at Kunkel's ding store, by
juneli-lf J. H. TIlll'LETT.
At the stable of SHOOT & DAVIS,
lllll bushels id I've; 51 HI bushels of
Oats, and or (i good honest work
lu r-i or inaies, lor which Cash will he paid,
Ready Wade Clothing.
(f all kinds, cheaper than can be sold by an)
establishment in the city. Call and see.
M KLLON ii H AWKINS.
Cloth caps. Latest
.Wen's, boy's ami children's Cloth cap
style, for sale by JIt;LLON iv. HAV
Jlen' and hoys silk and cotton plush cap, all
ptl cotoij jiiu s'jirs, ov
JiLLLON 4; HAWKINS.
I). D. Page, David V. Dixon,
.las. A. V'-ddy, Luther M. Kcnnett,
John Whiteliill, Th emu Itanium,
A. P. I.adcw, Dwiglit Durkcy.
ISAAC L. GAUHISON.Pics'l.
D, P,ur., Treasurer.
P. St.isnuitv, Sec'y.
9T I can be found lit all times at the Drug store of
N. I'. Kiiukln y Co., ill Ibis city, where I will be
pleased to wait upon itch as may want insurance.
A. 11. WE UU, County Director.
Core Spring Steam Woolen
' ' II K subscriber would respect fully inform the puh
1 lie, that he is prepared to manufacture Wool into
various kinds of fabrics, such as Cloths, Cassimeres,
Satinetts, Blankets, Flannels, iic, w hite or colored
Tho subscriber, having made arrangements with
Messrs. Mit.i.r.a How in, at Hannibal, to receive
Wool and forward it to Cincinnati, Ills., where he
will receive it, and when finished, will return it to
Miller it llower. Any person wishing their wool
manufactured into cither of lite above fabrics, can
have il done by leaving it with the above firm, accoin.
pained with the description of cloth an t color.
The length of lime (twenty-live years) the subscri
ber has been engaged in the Woolen Manufacture, and
(ho geni'ial satisfaction he hat given, oilers a sure
'guarantee to those who may favor Iiim with their
The above factory is situated sixteen miles south
east of Hannibal, and one and a half miles iiorth-wesl
of Pike comity, Ills.
lp' l'he Wool must be washed clean, and free from
burrs, and then the woik will be warranted.
may a:i-3ii (JKOUUK WIRE-
CASH FOR WOOL.
1 .TOOL wanted at the store of
T. ft. SKLMES.
Latest Style of Fall Hats,
And ol tli best atticle, for sale by
.V ELLON .V HAWKINS.
A few oflboso nice Silk Ptusli
Jale cheap by
Hannibal Stone IVrrr, ,V.
rlHK stitiscrilier respcrtlully liilorms Ins
X. fi lends and the public, that he is now pre
pan d to execute all orders iu his line with des
patch, mid at Inn most reasouanio terms, tieis prepar
ed to make every thing in Ihestouu cutting line, lie
solicits a share of patronage, and w arrants his w ork to
please. ol"iie Yard cu .'iu sued, near Ine market
Lose. 1'ATUICK J. Vt'iLI.S
oj ul I I y I
x. r. kuxkul vV ci).,
WhoU-aulv i Hftail Uriigiiitslfi,
Main Snu:i.r. Hanniiiai., Mo.,
tifu Hotel litiiings
A IT I', are now receiving, in addition to our former
IV stock, direct from the eastern markets, a Iresb
supply ol genuine Drug hi. Ml'(liCt!(H, which I
we arc prepared to otter to I'liysicians aii'i Country
merchants at as low rates as b; can ue ,a, j Saint
Louis or anvwherc 4.ut-e Saint Louis, and assure all
wlio may give us a call, that no pain will be spared to
give cut lie satmuctlor. our siock consists t it pan oi
(lie following, which, pure: nesi wiuru iiiauu) , iiiuuv
ria Wine, Sherry Wine, Old Holland liiu.
IndiL'o. Madder. Conperas, Alum, Ext. Logwood,
ground ditto, Cochineal, Muriate of Tin, Illite stone
I'iiiiil'S.Oils. nml Vai iilsli.
While Lead pitreand No. I, Veu. It.-.l, Spanish blown
Hlack Lead, Ited do, Litharge, Polly, Paris green,
Chrome (ireen' Chrome yellow. Lac Dye, Drop black,
Lampblack, llrilish Lustre, Uoiy black, (.'opal Var
nish No. 1 & 2, Japan do, I! lack do, Asphallum do,
Linseed Oil, Castor do, l'ish do, Luiil do, Neatsloot
do, Swcel do, Ulue, Turpentine, :c.
Cloves, Cinnamon, Oingcr, Nutmegs, Mace, Pepper,
ItliM'vllaiiriiit Ai l li te .
Iti-in, Pitch, Chalk, Whiting, Salt Petrc, Epsom
Salts, Sal Soda, Driinstoue, Salerattis, l'eaila-li.
Matches, Horse lliushes, Ithick do, Paint and Varnish
do, white ulli do, Cloth do, Tooth doiltlacking, Ink,
(llir. Shelntc, Ink powders, Indelible Ink, Castle
Soap, Therm neters, Hulls double Trusses, Surgical
Instruments, Swains Panacea, Hniiif, (if ,&e.
A general assortment of Patent Medicines J'or which
wo areaijents.aiid we can therefore recommend them
to be gel, nine, nov, 1, 18 It).
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE.
flMIE highest cash prices paid for Bacon, Lard,
X Hemp, Wheat, While Means, and every descrip
tion of produce at aprilll U. It. (illKE.VS.
PUBLIC notice is hereby given that the subscriber
administrator of the estate of Aaiou Guernsey,
di'c'.l., lale ul Marion county and Slain of Missouri,
intends applying to the County Court uf the said conn
ly of Minion, nl the August teim thereof next, to be
hoi. leu within (lie aid county of Marion, at Palmyra,
on the fust Eouda of August ISM), or so soon there
j alter at the sanio Urin as be can be heaid, lor leave
to lCSIgn nis letters 01 Aaiutiusuaiioa un ram vstais ,
june t.l.r U0BR1I IiL'CUA'A, Adia'r.
Mil. II Alt PEN DIN'ti, would respectfully announce
to the cilt.eiis of Maiion and adiuceut counties,
that he has just opened a well assorted Stock of
Dry fSuods, Hoots nnd Shoes, Hals and Caps,
Smn Cull on. Groceries iS'c, Sfe.,
at the store loom formerly oci-upied by Messrs. (.. U.
tireen .S- Co., No. a Commercial Itow, Huiiuihal, Mo J s n i o'clock in th
where he is ilt-tci tinned ti. sell (ioods at such prices as
w ill make it to the interest of the consumers to give
him a call before purchasing. Remember the stand,
"Nujii o' lic flag." aprilll
(i KOUi; li K. ti IIEFiX,
I TAVINIi resumed business in llannilnil, takes this
I J. oitnoiloiiiti nf reliiruimr thanks to his friends
and former customers for their liberal patronage dur
ing bis last business term, and he promises now Io keep
always on blind a full and I on pu te cskiiiih hi ol
;OODS. and is determined todo heller by his Iriends
titan ever before in the way of small proliis.
Opening at present a very handsome stock of
to which particular utteiition is invited liefurc buying
I J"ie assured also, that Bargain: as well ns hand
some (ioods can be obtained by culling at
1 . . . , 4. . 11 I I.. V.hi
npril 11 ' n uir.r..s a.
FRESH ARRIVAL. '
Flint'' Assort nit ii i lit Hit) I't'iiple' Store.
IAftl now III receipt ol a large unit spienuiu assoii
menl of elegant staple and fancy Dry (ioods, di
rect from the city of llallimore, and can present a va
riety of new articles nevei before brought to this mar
ket. My goods are not bought at auction w aretootiis,
but ate careluliy selected Irotn the nest w holesale un
NOTICE OF A RUNAWAY SLAVE.
rMI KKE was committed to tlie jail ol the county of
A- St. Louis by I'etei W. Johnstons', Esq., Justice
of the Peace w ithin and for the county ol St. Louis,
on the stli day of July, IS ."(, us a riiuiway slave, a
negro man who says his name is "OHNEL1US
THOHN I'ONj live feel four inches high, about twen-ty-fic
years old, is of a copper color, fill raced, and
lias a heavy beard, and is altogether a vety well made
man; said negro had on w hen committed, black casi
uett pants, calico shirt, and nit old fur c.n, and saye
he hidongs to Kichaiil Soiuhgste, of Ciuciiiiati.
The owner of said slave is hereby notihid to apply
to me lor him within three months fromthis date,
piove properly, aceonling to law, pay chirges and
take him awav, otherwise I will on MONDU V, f HE
Jo'lll DA i' OE M Vl'.MIil'.H, Mot), hi tween the
tnreiioon, and li o'clock in
the alti rnooii of that day, at tho East flout toor of
tin- Court Douse, hi the city and county of St. amis.
State of Missouri, sell tho said negro man to the igh
est bidder for cash, pursuant to the statute iu such tase
made and proi ided. 11 i:HV H. BELT,
SheiifTof SI. Louis County, Mo
aug I . 3 1 n .
porting houses iu the east, and those w'a purchase
them w ill ti'it be deceived.
The attention (be ladies is particularly called to
my assortment, as I have everything that is necessary
to complete the toilet.
farmers will also find it to their interest to give me
a rail, as loiter great bargains, substantial goods, and
Look for the right homo tlie "Pcoph;' Store" on
Main street, in Commercial Uow.
sept 5 EDWARD DUNNINO.
tilore ,Veie Hoods, at the
IDWAHD DUNNINIi, has just received and is
JLJ this day opening at the Poeple's Store, on Main
si i eel, a choice and elegant assortment of fancy dress
(ioods, (sc., whicl. he invites particular attention to.
llis SiimiiiL'i stock of (ioods is now complete, and
cannot he equalled by any other bouse iu the city.
Helios also the latest styles of (ioods, both European
and American, which he warrants to be unsurpassed.
II is useless tor me to enumerate the dill'ureul articles
I haie iu store, but il you want cheap bargains and
excellent goods, call at the 4'Pi:oi-lk's Stobh,"
rpiIK undersigned have entered into Co-Partncrshlr,
X bearing date Jan. I, IHDtt, under tho firm of M.
B. COX s CO., for the sale, at wholesale, ol Hoots
and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Palm Hats, llonnets of
cvory description, Artificial Flowers, Umbrellas and
Parasols, Leather, Shoe Findings, Trimmings, 4c
IfjWe have leased itore No. HI, Main Slteet, O'l'al
Ion's block, St. Iritis, Mo.jand are now leceivinga
(general assortment ol the abovo articles, and many
fothersnot enumerated, to an examination of which,
wo respectfully iuvite the country trade, at unusually
1 M. B. COX,
WM. M. SIMPSON,
GEO. BUKKET, Jit.
St. Louis, Feb.2l,50. S-ly.
To laltlornia toldIHsisers !
r MIE subscriber has now received almost every kind
X. of doins suitable for the Calil'ornians. Clothing
ofuvery kind India Itubber fixins camp kettle, gun,
k..., fce. feb -2 T. H. SKLMES.
Saddleru A' Saddlerni leathers.
CONSTANTLY on hand a full supply of the above
J articles and for sale low at
aprilll G. R. C&EEVS.
.tlcdical lcailiii'it of the Ht. Louit
Dr. M. L. Linton, Professor of the Principles lad
Practi-e of Medicine.
Dr. A. Litton, Professorof Chemistry and Pharma
cy. Dr. C. A. Pope, Professor of Hie Principles and
Prailice of Suigeiy, Clinical Surgery, and Dean of
Dr. M. M. Pallen, Professor of Obstetric! and Dis
caseo of Women and Cliiliheu.
Dr. .lames lllake, Piolessor of Descriptive, General
and Siugical Anatomy.
Dr. Thomas Hcybuin, Professorof Materia Medice
Dr. It. S. Holmes, Professor of Physiology and
Dr. W. M. iVcl'hcelers, Professor of Clinical MedV
icinc and Patho'oical Anatomy.
Dr. C. W. Stevens, Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The regular Lectures commence annually on the ."t?i
of Oe'.o'.ier. Whole cost of tickets lllb Matricula- .
tiou Ticket ft( Dissecting Ticket IHi Graduation Fee
fid; lloanl from if Id to I'J per mouth. Medical lu
dentsare admitted free of charge to the .Medical and.
Surgical practice in the City Hospital, and also in the
St T.ouis Hospital, and the Marine Wards, during the'
Students, or others, desiring furllict information, can
either address the Dean, and he will forward them a
desciipl ive pamphlet, or on arriving ill the city call up
on him at his oilice, 123 Lodist street, three doora III
the rear of Odd Fellow 's Hall.
juiy is-3in CHAS. A. POPE, M. D., Dean.
What uon oiee me, taij Gentle
men, or woe unto uon.
I INTEND going East to purchase my Fall Stork,
mil I assure you it would be decidedly comfortable
to you and to join uuy humble servant,
pine .'7 I. it. Bi.i.sir.a.
FOR THE LADIES.
JUST received ot the "sign of the Flag"' a 'beautiful
stock of new style dress Goods; Ilarages, Lawns,
embroided Swiss Muslins, Bonnets, bonnet Ribbons,
fancy kid Gloves, 4ic, iic, all of the very latest im
portation, and tho most desiiablo Minna, lor sale veiy
owat r"yWJ HAKPENDING'S.
x. p. kuxki:l& c6.,
Wholesale nnd detail dealers in every description of
FKF.SIt DKUtiSfc MEDICINES,.
I'ullHa, tills, Uyc-lnlT, lalenl Mcillclnes.eSC
Main Street, HANNIBAL, MO.
riHE subscriber has now on hand and ia
JL daily receiving Hie largest and best as-
sotted stock of GOODS, suitable for this market, ever
brought to Northern Missouri, lie returns Ins most
sincere thanks for the utitirins; support he has al
ways received, and no utl'ort shall be wanting or bil
port to merit its continuance. T. II. SELMES.
TIIOS. H. IABKIN. KDHUNO (ACON.
T 11. LARKIN & CO.,
4 uuimihoioii and 1'roduce Mcrcbanli,
uud Wlioliii urui't-ra,
No. A3 Levee, St. Louis.
5T" Special attention given-lo the sale of Tobacco,
Heuip and Wheal. Liberal advances made on coni
sigiiuieuts fur sale here, or for le-shipnient to seuthen.
nr eastern cities. tan 31-lv
GLASS WABKof erv kind. wh"lesala anj retail,
atthtittr.of r!UiiU'j T. JL 6EUIE8.