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VTERVJEvV OPTIinilASXlDAL IF.L
JRMTION WITH MosSUTlf?
Of t!, cil, of HunnrtmlacmpanM by a dele
(fation tf her ciiiseiw, waited on Governor Rot.
suth at the Planters' House. The following ad.
drew wot delivered by. Mr. Scl.nct : . '
Govn.ioa Kossuth: ':
On betialf of the citizens of Hannibal! I their
Ch!T Magistrate, occoijmnied by many citizens
of Northern Missouri, invite) yon to Visit our
cil-, and partake of her generous hospitalities
the second city of our own Missouri. We of.
fcr you no splendid pageant, no inatriiifioiMit.cx
m liibilionj but a heartfelt and cordial welcome '
rising warm und sionlanooii from tlio botoma'i
of our people. We cannot vie with this proud
emporium in ' demonstrations of niiplunse for
juui mucin umoirg uj,; uui we yield (e none in
svifipcthy for your cuusc, in suhiiirulion fur your
character; and esteem for you personally. Jy
IheTfingic clorpicncc and truthfulness of ' )mir
tory you litre awakened in the bosoms pi' the
AtTsr-rje-ii, people the, liveliest interest, in the
causs of king-ridden, down-trodden, blosduiL'
Hungary, " '
The simplicity, candor pnsl inlegrifyor your
hnractcr, has endeared you to us as a mH at
Americans, we more Hum love the man that
f,.- - . '
ni cuui.ii,,- jii nit representative 01
jvimv, ,.uo .u...m.K vitii.iis oi sys.cmauscu
JM" i" iu. muse i skills COM.
inoW to all our race. tVa honor you as the apos
tle of. freedom to Europe, and the exponent of
principles whose active operations have made
our land a happy one, and us we pray and hope,
aro yet to redeem Europe and raise her masses
to tlie full stature and dignity of men.
You and your pouutrymeu appreciate consti-
llltiolu.1 lihprfl. nml u-l.on 'aiw.li ...i..
inpsBnnm.ulil iio lmfit.. fln. ......... '
. . .... uu.,.w .inu lunuii II luoru
than half won j
" Kiec.lciii's battle once bfi;iiii
Kcquesthcd Troin bleeding sire to son,
Tl.. i.Din...i nn :. ..... ......
W 4 i , . ii . .,
We trust that our cxamidc has not been u ; .nut
vii. in no null,"
its good effect upon the nations
s good effect upon the nation,. That little acU
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graves of our fathers, lms
growvi t? a mighty tree whose mighty branches
u...wuU .iu. pro.cei minions or iree and 'cause of liberty m its most desperate crisis,
generous pconle. Its shoots when transplanted I again remark, gentlemen, tW I regret that
w.U vegetate ... every soil and lunver in every I am unable to accept your generous and kind
Jdiwe. ou have seen, and almost lasted it. do invitation, but accept my warmest regards for
liciousand invigorating fruit ; take it and pre- yourselves personally, your city and your na
scnt it to your countrymen ita taste is mortal : lion. 3
io lyraiil$ only. But in a combination of favor- j .
able circumstances, the bravery, integrity, hnd I I O O F
wisdom of our fathers, combined with the smiles ! At . . r r ,
of Heave... I.jvi e ,ivi. ..K-nnf.. " At n't'ng of Mystic Lodge, No.
no people on cHli ever p ss?s'td before.
Where so much is ivcn. wc. nrav llmt u wh-.tl
ndtLetiiiinindr.il of the. !arec sphere of our du
lies. Our warmest sympathies are enlisted in
vour holy cause, and wo believe it our duty
boldly and enrnvs.ly to express them. We say
to your .own Hungary and td our brother Ite-
pub.icjins of Europe: Brothers, be of good;
I'keeri tli l.Tmil f!i.) of juslion i.nd !' rilit l
liVeind ruVs." Wt come rot only to ii.vitel
you to our homes, I. til to encour gc and bid you i
; God's speed.'' l other republican gut en-1
mcnts have sometimes been uugralri'u1,. .ve, usi
Americans, will not in the d-iys ofo ir prosper-'
lty Torgcl our less fortunate hre'.hrcn. Your!
cause is ' the tcausu of common iiu'ii.ni'vj
throughout the world sill rcs's on ; ho
principles of right. And be assured wh.itevnr '
fortune may betide you and your country, the
blessings of generations yet unborn will hail;
your flume as the watchword of liberty through-:
out Europe, the terror and death-knell to Kings
and Czars, tho bright hope and cxhilerating joy .
of tho people. Come with us and let us break
bread together, and we will do you good.
.. Governor Kossuth rcspundcJ to the ad.lress
iii the followin' words:
" CitsTLKMrs ; .
' I regret Io say that I shall bo denied the
pleasure, at least for the present, of accepting
the. very kind invitation you have, in behalf of
your cil il jus so generously tendered me. Al
ready the arrangements for my departure have
been completed, and this evening we leave for
New Orleans. .
For the sympathies you hate expressed for
the cause for which I have espoused, and for
the flattering manner you have chosen to speak
il tiivsclf, acocpt of my thanks : and I hope sin
cerely thut it way vltitnaUly triumph and thus
nimther glorious eJtinnplc f a free government
pe eiven to the world, lou nave spoken, sir,
of the example of your country, mid the influence
which it is to exert in tht future destinies of gov
ernments) but glorious as that example is, it can,
of itself, do hut little. Tlie most glorious ex
ample in. the universe of light of which wchave
cognizance, is the tun, lie sheds his beams up
on us, giving light, and uilh it life and uniiiia
liwi to ourthly objects. Through tho t ran pa
rent pints liia rays penctrute interior of the walls
tthicn now surround us, though he exists many
millions of leagues distant, the simple torch,
though lew yardt off, flicker faintly, but il
lumines not.. Though tlie sun iu the morning
may illuiuinato the earth with effulgent splen
dor, yet italigkt may not reach ut when the
inacluiiatisjiui'of despots have suacecded in pla
cing us in dungeon, where long and dreary
'darkness surround ut,
Thus it is with the glorious example of your
government with respect to Hungary. Guard-: 3t, ismt, for the purpose of taking into con
vd by the aniuiona of despots, lm w atch with ! hUh;ratioi. the project of building a Think Roud
jaaloiti 'eye the growtag power of freedom, i rrom pari, t lUnmbul, the following procecd
tlsu influence of totti rryublican institutions i.fs were had: .
cannot ba felt i if nalliin iaujfvened toob-j -0"n motion, 'Jool Man pin was called to ihe
struct that light from shining ttjiot. her people. Chair, and Jamas M. Hjaii elected Secretary.
We must remove these obstructions wc must 1 jlessers J, C. Fox, John N. Parsons, i.n l John
, Jirst triumph pverthc despots w ho have crushed ; y. McCan, being severally called upon, ad
- JIuMgary, and to do thia wa roust have assist-; jrci(t;ii tia ,neciing, highly commending tbe
' ance, and when we get into a condition to dis- contemplated enterprise, exhibiting '-fuels and
.jMwaof our own efforts, we can and will then figure'' ahv wing the advantages letulting from
.. Autiat ao jaur examiiie to mauie us to csiantisn
ourselves in.a linn and sure loutnT.uion; wo will
i follow Your ivise counsels wc t-luill be proud
; t tscknoavledgo your wisdom ia IhoXoundationjidefuHoing riolulions wero ui:auiuiously u
of our RepublW; ; but upon your example w(ti0ptcl.
cannot taaw rely t It fast do nothing for ua no-1 Result,!. Tltat wc have seen with treat inter
thing. The CA-umple of jnstloe haa never iu the
'ii-nrld hcaten ilnicn n win'rli" tvraiil. nor restored
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.Jibcrtj W an oppreascii.eoi.ln. Tl-ercfon f the
been criisheif under the iron heel of diispotiam.
precisely Jjceuusa you did put pontsu the humus
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.fully wiyi your enemies,
f t i .1 ,
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Jirsi uiniR io ue accomjuiMinl, l to neip tit to , nluj fue,nf, a litIy iiitcrcst in suid enterprise, iJi uio iuc nuinucr oi iwya uy O alia mum OC,u beiaafia atitt well kaowu-WILD CAT COft'i iogiia saiiifuction, Ui'.h as lo price and oity.
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.. ' Cjciillcmcu.'whnt wi.ul.1 I.nvo Ikiii ytmr c,ii-1 U .- - .. ,- ; i.. ' ,,' :'-; ' v" t!.,!' ..'s yi- vr. r-. fV, a 't4 .to vn ,i..-i,i.; c il U-U.u.uls sji..t t,, t t Ael-,ri:,i;ivii4C-;-..H,otsor McXrMM
dition at thu pcriwl of yoi'i lvohtii.ii, fii-Hio-:;. vil; 'i-u. ' i:.-. . tu- )f. .h.N ,.:.t . ii . . -r ' t ,r ' -i , f IT ,,. Ir;. , , v' i ; . ' J M JW-lly VcM "
t- rrana had not sent a fleet of thirty-sl.v v. ttsofs, n M ' J - ' '' r M ;'. !- ' hy ) rf 1 2y HAKvaltip-icI by 8, 4 .' ;i:,-.v "ii 1 va Hit fviuv -I tej'it ;aH VM at . I ko.bv aiixi i.ci.- lhat t will .
ivyywy uiiHisn.iii imiiniii, uuii iwcniy null ions .o-l'.i I v ... :x . t - .. ;;i . i ' i- i "n. jtr. t .. '.v 'jiji..J s....; u.ai-j-n Men u reo oiuu-s i'u e iu s n "' .
t olinonev to vcur Mlf Soon vim would I. v lv ii.v.u 1 . i -iw.. 1 . m.--s ' ,. ' I " Vfui 'rTjr.'" Km tsiil i'hc.I 'W Maiioa, wr T?,:""iy'.,t ' '. i
t a b I i sh r. ii cli it 11 pTi m In i it VO'i' 1
a . M,L!' n".'"p'o o H.e world; Yoiirl
grcil ncss i pleasant to tljnk
wl.icl. Vo,. Co . J,,- i " v Cn,,w:'v-''X".
b -ISS AU
there' ba c3"L , ",'!? I' t,,,d. Lul
ha have befn Jr 4 Tu f U"Pni
. ... o uilii ltiiwhu. mere it no nower on
ttiti'.ii reiv iiTiuii it nn
earth, however nighty, which adheres to the
policy or standing alone, that docs not rush to
its ow n destruction. The principle must inev
ituoly lead to that, aid permanency is sure only
in community. The bayonet and c.mnon arc th
only arguments which will weigh with tyrants,
and upon them, and Hot your greatness, von
must rely. '
. A grcnt statesmrn of your country has re
imrkcd lliM vou niltit nut iiiw.ivr. vn,.,.i. ... ;..
me storm now gathering which storm is lode
cido the .ultimate destiny of freedom in Kiirone
llic .u lunate destiny of freedom in Europe,
ays that by pursuing this policy of standing
, j ... Uvym,K wunin a numire.l years
ami i on .f a hundred .States, with
But do you
oi a untuned nulliins of people,
consider that ynh the prospects of
puu.icn. power, Krowinv on earth.
rorc their vision, the despots or cartli wdl let
you remain in ijuiet security and continue to in
crease in power i . No! they have crushed the
rising spirit of liberty elsewhere, precisely be
cause with its growth diminishes th ir power.
If VOU stand alouf. beforn vnn m 111 ,,....
. ' J .. . .Mil u IIU. C
g,""v iu umicipuie iuc snocK, mo ucaiciiiii' lliuiv
'"'"K" ni. on win nave Durst noon vou
in all the furv that desnotic tvrnt. ... .....1
thesm.ke that rises lrom the battle field will
unveil a picture of death, desolation and despair
wi h the prostrate form of the genius of liberty
bleeding dying dead.
You are a nation or twenly-two millions, but
tne worid is a sphere, having ou its surface a
thousand millions. You arc a young r.nJ giant
republic, wuh powerful uut growing commer
ciahntcrcsts ; but arrived against ills the Czar
oi ..ussia, jviio is scckint? l.v tim ..... ;,..
I of ?.
j and unjust, to become the great maritime and
commercial power of the world. You have ma
ny vulnerable points, and, when the time shall
i- . , .. ' .....v. nt.i...
"'le arrived, it will be easy to commence the
I ni.nr b ,lo.;.....n i . ? . ... ..-
! maUcr ? " . ' , "T'
. . . . J ,u"" 111,1 J IIICII UC. IJUt 11
is dcslineil .. 1.,. . i : i-
! cy yot, are STJd in' 21
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1 r., nciuai uie.r Hall, in tin city
' Hannibal, on the 9th of March. 18h2. thii rn.
lowing Preamble n.d Resolutions were ndo.)t.l
t j , 'I
1 urnrAs, an All-wise Providence has sudden-'
Iy mid in the mi 1st -cf usefulness summoned!
Jrom crt!i our cslcemed Brother. P. (L W.
-H.isom, who W".s a most, woithv rn I .
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'""'i l..ciiici; ui uiii LM...a io. nuiuv
years. JIc ci.uic to Li3 death by an acoiJei":
in California on the 17ih day oi' Dcciunber,
lOoi, u:cri-iy leaving a Mmily and very m.i-
j r .ii ill . Ii I i.li. .J I ilia: I. IlllMKIJ, us U"
our iiv. il iraie.-ui:y, to dcpiore- his
Jlfsulvf l, That ;s a testimony of respect, and
sorrow, the Lodze wear the usud b.idic of
mourning for the sp..ce of thirty days.
! R-soIvtJ, That a committee of three be ap
i pointed to furn:h the la.ni'y of our Hro'.hei
wiih a copy of lh; Ilesolittions and assure
them of our deep sympathy iu their bereave
jiuent, and to tender to them assurance of our
i friendship und protection.
I Ri'satved, That the forcgoinjr Preainhle and
Resolutions be spread upon the records of the
Lodge, and that the city papers be requested to
publish the same.
I5y order of the Lodge.
RKZIN E. t'OONTZ, )
D. F. JACKSON. )
rroinll.e Paris Mercury.
An t'ljoi.rned laeeti ig of lh Wings of Monroe coun
ty washeid at I'aris, on Saluiday lh 13th of March
134. In the akseuee ut Thomas Uarkr, Cbaiimaa, J
M. Wast, Ksq , was railed to the chair. . .
James M. beju was callet on to explain Hit ob
ject ol tL meeting, which bt did in a biiul' nan-
On motion, tlie folloivinir resolutions we. c tdoite l:
ItesoUvd. That tht mrcl.ng appoint two delegates
from each township in lh county to attend the Slate
The meeting (hen nude ch)ire of the folia wing gen
l!em?u ss d.-'ejatas:
Krom Jelferson TonrLthip Thomas J. Cisivford and
George B. lechinan.
Washington H. J. Gongli, and S. II. TIerndon.
South t'oilc Samuel Urak and Uenj. K. Davis.
L'.iion Heiutertoo Dai-and William Vawtrr. .
Indian Creek Lucieu llagan and Thos. Herd. .
Jackson A. C- Uooilrich ai.d James M. fijau.
Marion Wiu. J. More and J- W. Kvvbauk.
On motion, it was agietd that the delegates to the
SU'te Convention go untiammetled by tiisliuctioui.
Th ineelwg then, oo motion, aljo.ineJ to meet
tgaiu on the tlli.d Monday of April next.
J. M. WEST, Chan man.
M. t. CooDn.t.l, Stcretary
fiom th Pait Mercury.
FLANK UOAD MEETING.
mcctinir ol tlie citizens ot Monroe
rolllllv. i.ursimnt to notice, held ut Pari, on the
, pi,,,, rca,is unj urg.ng; upon the
imm,rtanee of taking the necessary
,., ti.n buildinar of said road.
0kt iiie mov,n.ents ol' the people 0t Hannibal
I ....I ..f ... II.. ...... ,.i.. ;.. ni . il, ....... i .... ..
, aim ..una ti.i,... , , .1. ....... v. . ii v , ...i.-n u..-
ii,,,. 0i - pi.,,,), Uo.ul from IlanniUl to Paris:
C. I'.-r 1. M.eR wrr,
I) V ii in' V. M.fVn. Jovl'Mutiin. .vii! J.
Una itf .i.;..i. . T fa . I
It JrTM'lV, rr"ji be contlimt4 coiaraitte of Viji-
jOUNAL,AND UNION HANWBAiTJuiinl" AT ABfiH
Icnee and eotrr spondeco.. fr puAioac of
nroi.rrlv auui,; , ,:,.,.. r iV. .L.L
. I " 1 ' -"n ....
po them toatlcnd our nail meeting; an.
.l.o Purpose 6r collecting all the. . tat is
' ,ic;J Connected with this el.terprUi
' U,lit ,,e U"--' d rcpori such in
. ........ w . w , vf til kill I ili
On motion, it wi ordered that theso hrorced.
ingsbi? published in the Puris Mercury, and that
the llannibttj papers h requested to copy the
same., .j ,, - f i
Tlie meeting then adjourned. -v - " -i
JOF.L MAL TIN, Chairman.
J. M-lkn, Secretary i '
terrible bloody and fatal af
fkay'v sevf.ral persons jul led
We are indebted to a valued friend, for the
following details of one or" the Moodiest and
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uiMfije ii.ws tivr wn niotum Aril-
tucky.- Lou .sville Courier.
LAKCASTta, Kr., .)
Saturday Morninir. Mart M. 1852. I
Dkar IlAl.ni.MAn: 1 hasten to give you in
telligence ol one of the bloodiest and most fatal
ulfr.iya that eer occurred in the State.
Last evening, bImjiiI ft o'clock, Russell Hill,
Isaiah ILU, Frederick, Hill, and two or three
boys, sons of Isaiah and Frederick, were re
turning homeward from Tcetcrsvillc, accompa
nied by Dr. O. P. Hill, of this place; just as the
parly got opposite to a. tobacco hounc (which
had been Jorliiicd) on Scott's Fork oi Sugar
Creek, they were tired upon, and Russell llill
let), mortally wounded. His brothers and neph
ews hastened to his assistance. The Are from
the house still increasing, he remarked, ''You
can do me no good, boys thev have killod tact
do the best joti can," and expired.
The Hills then .barged upun the liguse, and
Isaiuh Hill was killed just as he was getting over
the fence. The dqpr of the house was forced
by the remaining Hills, and Jie light continued
with short arms and bowie knives. John Sel
lers was shot by a son of Isaiah Hill, (twvle or
fourteen years of age) and fell and expired af
ter having received live other shots through the
head. V illiam Crisman was shot by thu same
boy, when in the act of stabbing Frederick Hill
with a bowie knife. Crisman died, having on his
body one pistol shot and lil'ly-three wounds in
flicted wiih u knife. A n.au by the name of
Alvcrsou, and another by the name of Samuel
Sellers, (of thu house party) were slightly
Two of the boys (Hills) were Wounded with
rifle balls, an! one of the in, a mere boy, lies in a
Dr. Hill was not armed, and I understand did
not participate in theco.illict. He wusconsidcr-
.." .. . . . ..
aoiy m advance oi mo party wnenHtie action
commenced. He is now with the wounded, and
P".rt.v ave justletttowu to ascertain iurtl.er
- The above mny not be entirely con eel in de-
tail, but in ihc main is true.
Very heartily Yours, &c.
P. S. Sinets writinir the .ibovo Dr. lturdift
has arrived lio.n thu prouud, und coulirms the
Jnj. SclLrs and Win. Crisman.
Fi cm the Iitt,buig Cvuitceicia Journal.
The t:.ict!tIiou to Jiipau.
It is suid that the Expedition to Japr.n will
sail in a few days. The squadron will consist
ol' llis stei.in vessels M:sissipj)i, h'usqtithun
na, and Princeton, und u frigate, u sloop-ol'-war,
at. 1 a storcil.ip. Besides their usual armament,
these vessels will have on board light lield
pieces, mi J other olTcntivc arms suitable for any
emergency. Commodore Perry will command
The causes which have led our Government
to this step arc not cllicially explained, nor is
the precise object of the ex petition declared.
It is undersloorl, however thut CommoJore
Perry will demand the liberation of a number
of American sailors, whom it is reported, the
Japanese are exhibiting in cages, like wild
beasts. He will also demand that American
vessels shall be permitted to enter Japanese har
bors, when in distress, or when obliged to make
Our whale fisheries, in the neighborhood of
japan, arc very extensive. Aiany vessels in
going to or returning from the whaling seas
are obliged to pass between two large Japanese! HAY Prime Timsthy,
fl l l t . . it. ........ ,..i:. '
isianus, aim wncn any one is uiuucay enougn
to be cast ashore, the crew are seized and caged
or killed, or something outrageous it done with
them. The whalers have to sail all the way to:
the Sandwich Islinds to make the necessary I
repairt. Within the last year one hundred and
. .i -.I. i
twenty-one of them wero in thcWiurbors of tltote ,
itianus, at one time, incy were inus put to
an enormous expense, mcrclv because the Ja
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jianesc arc ueieiiuincu io i.o.u i.o luicieourso
These are the Special complaints that have
been uttered against the unsocial Islanders, and
if they are true they are heavy enough. Our
sailors, in their arduous service, do not merely
run the ordinary risks of shipwreck, but have
the additional terror before their eyes of a vast
Archipelago, the inhospitable shores of which
it is death to touch, cither intentionally, or when
driven by the rclcutlcss fury of the element!.
forreipoudence t list liajltiuiore tun.
Wasiiihgion, March 10,'
SPIRITUAL RAPI'lNti EXCITEMENT.
The mysterious rapping in the dwelling of
Mr. Francis Kcithley, near the Itavy Yard,
continue, to the annoyance aud perplexity of
the worthy family, and the astonishment of
spectators and listeners. On Monday evening,
three hundred persons were present, amangst
liicni 1 lull. Air. Uiddincs ol Uluo, Hon. Air.
niviii . .uii. . umuiiia i'i viiiu, ui
Stephens of Georgia, Prof. lVge, and Wi
Ell u, Esq Chict Engineer, ol the Kavy
avy 1 ara.
1 no rappmgt, or uneartliiv sounds, were dis
tinctly heard, but 1 learn that no revelations or
a meeting the f '!'t"r.,'),1aUo,?s whatever have jet been pive.i.
sry flcp,btoe!iSf ,k1,,e racter of the fam.lj that one
. yAltePr Which 1""; tcZZ u their n,6U1,1'0n
urauiuioiislr u. lc,,UuM0U Pr 0,1 "r pwl.
ui.auim uisij u T. 7i u"".;1 c
j A corrcspcndciil of lheJkJ..ltinioreSiin) com-
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I lilllilicairs iiiv: ioiimwiii piiuliic 1 UiU 11T van-.n.
ting tho interest for any i.uinLcr oi ilaysiit tlx
I""- t,'at' l '"'
(Vm'erVi- '.CO b'.l't on tt.B N'.nthcr'i 15 nfc
' Keu ucly aro in circulation at' "Richmond,
v . .........
"Z'i 'i tstasai i . ssnsT';
! ,Flfil A""r,".NMiViUfci-Oir'wi!sn
may remember some sngg,,. we n,de cve.
ral weeks since on the nibjttt ot fire mh.rm,.
By the following extract from .Iht proceeding.
of the Common Council oENashvfl Tt.nn
WCIinttllinl one or the methods we m.nlinn.,1
(that employed hi Philadelphia) I.leen at-,tJ
....' S , . . 'P1 i
cd in that city: Intel.
" "A commuiiicatioii was read, (Mr. I Va i
inc ctiair,! Trorn the Fire Association, staling !
iniit llyy had adopted the phin of ringing Ihei
iuii urn ui uio court House, At follows:
1. In case of Allhe bell will t r,,n-
for one minute. . . 6 " "V
o . T
I nei. eiVC 011C I.m When ITt fin I.
e .... .... ".",IV,MI,
m inn vuuri iiottsc two laps when it is east
three when He fire is south, end foUr when, the
lire is west of tho Court House. 1
3. The alarm and signals are io he repeated
for a sufficient lennth of time to armut.
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4. When the fire Is in the i.nnif?dint
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C VIC. 1.1 V
nf . I . .1 1 ll ... . ' J
or ll.o souare, the bell will be rung constantly
and rapidly. ; ' - ' .."
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f?W? r" ' - ' 1
On thf SIM lnt.,l,r Rev. M. M. Drro. or 11 . 1 Ii cniiniv,
Mr. OUBLfcS '. BEXNIXG, tli. , .NAM "V J. SCAN -
LAD,lolhor I'lkt cauu.y, Ma. : t-. , '
'ilS a r.iiiliy srlwr. .c, c,k, wa
run u above, tan be rooked, ornil Ua a prita, indi .d. Ii wit
Wlillc a invw, anl Hie tat.e dtllclouf.
PRICES CI RREST.
COSSECTSO ETtSV WlOXSlDAy SViHIHO.
It 00'-i,$4 25
2 25',$ 50
(2 yK$3 (Kl
isa : so
BACO.N-Hog Round. .
tSlilet, - . .
Hams, - ''
COTtN MKAf., .
APPLES Dried, - .
PKACHKS-DritJ, ' .
CORN, - . . . . '
OATS. - ' ; '. '
HAy,Vewt., i . r
CI.OVKR SEKD, ' -KI.AX
POTATOES, . - . -BKANS,
. . ;. .
ONIONS, ,. . -BUTI
EU. ' . . ' . -LARD,
. - . '
I. EATHK.lt, - " - - .
CHICKENS, V dozen, .
l.iiiis, " , . r.
SALT Kanawha, . ....
O. A., - .
I- 8 , , . ..
HSMP. - . -
HIDES Dry, - . : '
LEAD, - .
SUGAR Brown, -
t"nii hed, ' -TOBACCO
Li.gs. V 100 lbs. . ,
Good Leaf, '
WOOL, - -
WHISKEY "Pdaelc Hone," .. ,
2 .V.1.SI M
40 '4 41
(I C0'.$l 70
" S2 1M1
J 503 7V
05C-i 05 i
50 1, i co
-y 1 '
Collected every iuesduy fcienii g , by
JIOri'KVr, JiULWEll, 6i. CO.,
OT, LOl'M, MO.
PROVISIONS Men Puik,
$15 00 74
13 (n, 13 50
11 ('K 1 i 50
Bucon Salts- clear, .
libutrte y,. .
, Ham; coiy, ,.-fK
. cit sii evej
B!k Meat Sidet, . usiiijr atlmir
Hams, t 0f Fraw
ShouliU. i .
stria, his s
GRAIN II Aeot Strict- decorate tj
Cara-Purt Vn,fie K.w
, iofly arc .
' Slixcd, iu recond
Oo (saekt incluUcd) -Barley
8 5 ,v
7 00 4
7 2.j ,
I CS' JI
c 00 .4
7 50 j
FLOUR Uood Country Brandt, ,
a.ut-s-iuy rum. . .
'''I'sun a '
mrrrsWAX """ - V V
TALLOW Prime, . ' . !
PELTRIES Deer Skint,
. i-'ooa " ,
WOOL Common, . -
Half UlooJ, -
GROCERItS Coee Piiine, . from
Levee, ... oni
Kroui store, - . OyjJ
l..ii - '
cvgar Piiuae I rem Levee, 04
(V 1 .. .
.: ' 44 , blor,
Good Io Kair.
Malaeett Plantation, lrom Levee,
L'. II a
65 t0 ii
ougaf Iiou-T. n. U ,
HEMP Prime new t rp D. It.,
Good to Fair,
Inferior to Common, ;
TOBACCO-Cood Shipnine. .
bo COH 65 OU
4 nlv a
Keluted, - . . i IMI V
lin, - - . .1 6.Vi4
DRIED FUUlT-fDull Peirhet, - t 25
Applet, e 1
SEEDS Flax Seed, . r . . . 1 20,4
Clover - . . . 1 . C o -v
Hemp - . . J 75 )
limotoy tacd, . . ' . ; J (XI
Freights I New Orlctns have again advanced, lh
rates are 60 et. for flourt 80 tls. for pork; bacon, lard,
Ac, 30 cts. V 100 ) hemp S et. V too.
. HEMOV'AL . '
S . LEE SON,
, ,QUOll GUOCRY
b.Lev. ttrsets, .0 the comer i.a. as th. , ,
,. . '.,., v- ,. .,
,t- MIU CAT CORNER, , . :
Tak thit oecasiou lo olT.rr tUeir lliankt le tVtete
strons Tor th erv liberal imtirage vvhlh lh?v , ihe.n Lit. pst lan, but gi "a a nsr t inma
.av exlCKiied them, tinci; U'-.h coiiiniencem-:i't, Had l.uu to come up am.' rt a real Hara.it; oi if lhy 'how
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iV.NTKJJ T3 HIRE.
XKGRQ d.'RL OR H'O.l.f.V.
a-trli-ff. Iiuii.'hi Offfa.
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..I.JHaUl HI IHII
Trsxlscs' Eilejef iReal Estate in Han -
"ITJIirnr.AS. en th nimh c!T f Pscmbrf 18H
V William T. Dy.t-y hisrsio (Uf il tmsl
Of that its , sold and rnnvrvil to K'iboi V. t.akiian
J l'liirl W. I.triug. Two Loll of found i' tt!t
filjf ef Hannibrl jigl Sia'a of Msionri) is wit: thutt
two lots known as Lots wim! erfil -vm and rucM,
F,ck, "''''''''iny.-"". In takl ciy, ana st bv
saiil need tliy, Mis taul .akem... tint l.ering, Wert
j anthoriM J to t 11 said Hit OI tound at Ilia said city, to
: ihs h;cliptv au! best bidder, for cm"i, in cm tlx s.id
HI , Ovrs!rv did not tl the liira httv ca-tuln nae namrd in
laid dted became d.ie. . w.lnin fitj dors Iherwlter
pay off and dirhars;e Ilia same tiid no's. baim gin
1 " v,'y io jjmuon o;m iei
-and at bffor lh
! '""!'-! f.H "Id proper. y Ibe .term, 0t
(as; iwa,My wr A tin anierqulrd to e.veiwen.
ttyilsSil.ieo(irf cif tl.e time, Urias an-1 plsse ol
: mill Snla. li.l ..f i,rnn.l. I., hi ul.l l.i i.n. ItttW!
T.:; " r
piper printed In II.uii.ibal
Al wbich will sppoar by the Record of Slid dse d.
the same baring bfn filtj or IfCord in tilt rlHee el
ill lte-rdor lor Marion county, Missoui i, on Iha 1S1h
day of Jjcpinl)fr, 1847. and btiiJ nf Uicorxl In laid
otfice in Bnolj N, for retarding couveyancs, 4te.. ptie
Jij atju iji. ii BJ a,i qx ,ev ti,. ,.0i. psy oir or
i dii'-liaics said nolrs, or any cflli-in.or any piit ef them,
II.... ..I . : !.V: -:i,L -f..
"..'. j P. 1 uc. UliU, III 1. II. till lAljr
. il.ay or any oi ibi-m bcame dno-and as H sssnet
land holder of utd notes hat teij'iired ttis unite tij' si to
I l!l Hie al'ore-aid lots, for tlie payimi.t of said natei. (j
j aulhorised by said il.J.' No, this Is to civc not.e.
tlmijin pursuance of taiddta I. an oftli prsiniset.me.
lUe uiiJetsigiied, will on the 17lh day r April, IS').
! '" hourt of 1 1 O'ctock ill the forrivton and 'i
1 ?;cIock1in ,h sHemoon of lhat day. befoit lh Bra.ly
i House door, m the laid city of Htimibal, st public ven-
dot. rxpose to tnte to the Liehest and best hi liter, foi
cu in Aj. all the liirl.i i'!-. ir.Ur.t and ettalc. of
the said William P. 0 sley, in and to tlio-e two la't or
pieces oi lii.u, w un 'lie linprovements l.iereon, u iohtii
at Lots even and eilit, in Block No. 'Ihiity-trtveo,
in said ci'y of lla.unbal, aeo.diii); to the plat or plan
of svid Cy. 'He uict'oirr at said sale t rare.rs
from tht mi lenipiuU a dffd, in pnniiam-t of the s.
Ihoiity vested it. them by tht daol first ,bove aimed,
'llaiimbal, fob. 25, 1S02.
s' It. F. LAKENAN.
mar23-4t . CHA. W. LEVERING.
T. C. TWICIIELL & CO.,
FOB WAltDIJiO AUD COMMISSION nol'll,
. . i J?ew Orleans.
TWITCIIELL & MOGRIDGH,
COMMISSION 4- F O n W A R D I .N Q Ii O V $ E ,
M. LOUIS, 310,
w. Tw.rnsi.i.. Jim. nooaiDfcS.
' TWICIIELL &. MOGRIDGE,
C0M51ISSI0.N AND POEWARDl.VQ IIOViK,
CurnT Commercial and Piut Stretlt.,
SAIHT LOUIS. '
WII.I promptly attend to all ronsignicauls, tod
will make liberal cash advances. .
tf Orders lor puictiasirg will ba piomp j fllltd at
the lowest possible nrieea.
DC'Ceo. Cottier, St. Lot.it. Ellis Jt Morion, CincUnati.
i nlje . iiacon, on. exraner c uorman, no.
ha. lest, Blow to., do. , Hose a Kraaer, do.
' ' honlcsn It Valle, do. Spri.isr Whilemtn, do.
iJ. ixewconio flf li.o., w. jj. Kevnwdt, x,ouit-
feb35 , T. C. TWICHELL 4 CO.,New Orlani.
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT!
1 Grc.it Scientific Discovery, which pretenli
A to the Medical Faculty, Honor Ta the
, SulTcrcr, Joy.
.10 Ttiie Vnlrsi.il! Oil Siph ia lh ha! of ill. f ir,:
18 1 menl. U nrooured from tb bowela of Ihe earilu ulaud
15 there bv All-Wise Provhtenee as a great bestint; tgent I " lr. s. it conftueni, w'.iu ." um4m CmmmU ut U
1 A.. IU ...I k...lll .f ....l.;.J I U .. l. . .. ..I... .,r ii..lmmi,t. ftnit .rm. r.tna lnnl... will, t k. '
1(11 1 iit- iiav i.w w ..nil " . ui.iii.iii.,, .nil f I ..icifi HIT
apolieii to the tit-"lul dotnrttic arlmili p'a-rd under
their chre. and whirh berorre liable to diseases an i
rcidenle fiom Iheir domes' ii-afion. II i, Io ba round
io vanona part of the r;Iob, whoever voIcsnic or
bnrnitie mountains have ceased to exist, but which msy
easily be known from Ihe dVsol.vion ant detnietion
which siiiioiind them. Alnnj the bate of the Kierra
I pvaua i;uunia'ns. near Ban or vormon cuy, 11
can be seen pouring forth from the clefts of lhoe ira-
me.iae pi'et of rorkc, shattered by volcanic eniplio.u.
i aiantf r.rAii. U'ltn Iiav lr.val.,1 htf I....I I.P.Iifni.
' nia. mar hnvi nlarii! an nil,- aiih.tfu-r. anstinir nil
; the surface of sprii e. Too!s and Ukes ; wliiie in o'her
; plncet. tlie wa'er would appear rlrar. hul upon stirring
" 1 11. t,'ne prounn ne.nt; ttaiuraTta wun 1 ti is oil. ) the sur
f Ud face became black in colour ami greasy aa tar. Had
00 the virtu's nf this Oil been known, irnnv a hoM nio.
neer would hive bepn relieved from the arg'iih uf lace
riled limht anil sprained joints, attendant upon cioning
tho riicred and rocliy uioi.titains.
This Volcanic Oil, upon chemical analysis, it fmind
to he enmposod of several powerful ingredients. on of
which u naptlm. well known to rneimsts and pliyrt
cians s one of Ihe chief eorner stores of the tioat
lile-saving edifice which science is daily brirg'nr to
completion. Hi is, when combined with some 11 1 tlie
. mot soothing and powerful remedies known in the sr.a-
j tcria niedica. form a Liniment far more valuab'c and
s-itiennr (o anylhing lhat ever bat been discovered or
off.ired to iinrinr hnmanitv.
JOT AND REJOICING '
It heard from thoee wlioliave been suffering for month
and yeart from '
Cancers, Old Sores, Bruises, or Rhenma-.-.
At last t'i ba'.n is discovered tagire them ralief. To
owner ol torsei and other animals, I would atett.'e)tl
that there it no disease" requiring an external applica
tion. to which McLean'! Vulcanic Oil Liniment ii not
tppticable. and bv iiur will snrele remove. In die.
eases soch at RIXCHONK. SPAVIN. K I ST t" LAS.
AAODI.K Oft COLLAR GALLS, it enter into Ihe
eircn'a'ioB. loosing lh coiilracled tuiewa. givmr
i t'rcnglli to the diseased parts, thercbv enabling Ihem lo
eject any corrupt mailer that may hav become scitd
C91 ' fmm wrions eanHi or accidents. .
10 fr-P-THr, Wvlrlesncft Hns ArrivPrl. mi
a m- ' .v..v.-- ..... V
ft ttrTatB trA!Kr l tat Ctt IK TWH.VB
JJViTOJ.. H. MclEAN, Proprietor of McLeaa's Vo!tsaie
31 ! Data (i: Th botlle cf Volcanle Oil Liniment
97 : which I received lrom you. has performed a woi deiful
, cure on mo. . Iii twelve hours after the aecMenl, the
awelli. ws tli gone, and I wat entirely well, atten-
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gi 1 iiiiiitiiiiiic.. n"..i. - - ..... -
COIUHieU IUI "rl., .1 vF.a.UTj " ' m rr-' - ,
II, ' ,n,,fh P'tMur in reeommendiiir o public notic
that which I snow to b an va'uabi liniment
al - THOMAS WOOD,
90 1 An old citizen of St. Louis, Book-Keep-er
for the late firm of Elliott & Caachois.
80- J!f" The atove Liniment is for tale in llfn-
mar25tt J. L. MATHEWS, AgenK
Who is Ooln$ to Calif 01 nit !
THE subtcribet hts-ou hand. Califomia C0.1W
ttort. Camp KeMlet. Frying Pant, Platet. Coffi-e
C'upt, Pans, nial of betvy tin, eantessly fjr the trip
c.ws the plain.
febl.4t CARTER W. T5RTAV.
1 TO .THE CITIZENS OF HANNIHAL AND
t CQL'NTRY MERCHANTS '!
' iV'-'.l brouaht en lh very U.t K. f
. J-Pply ot Keaad ia V iiaia isud Mi.f.,un. T.e ttto
1 liaie a lrg .e-t of linporte I Ca t, a ttmat OW
w taiaJ to t:i ' of or wiiiby paiwaaj
old ' with. W d uol ouxe any proNisijnt of tna Wt w
. to ! ii Si j .i i.cb t'en and ,' d Fs a
"a. ai vhtpe iel Z I). thAPRK. eai'v.
!i Ualniii.alaiclili.mi. , ', ; satiU-iV '
t S.1.-I.H lu - lifim 111 A W. 111! 11 a r. M. Ol ili.li: t
W. JE RO ME'I
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?, TWO DOLLARS.
V".u',u I NO.
-TmS ' W1n,n?1'er feH upo,
, ami prayed u u,e All-wise, Alt-mar-V,"o,ne
not when I pray'for what i. Bot
U'.iv, an w:flcU wilt be told at ttt letmUritra fat
My Furnitura tttabllahmtnt eoinpriMt alrtit Vara- ".
iooiuj, emhracinj lt 2d and 94 stories, and hat eon
necled with it, aa rateniivs Madras and Vphalalarv
departintut, tthe.a partial can b (umithed, in lart
or t.n!tar qxantilirt, with atl tho variaiirt ofCwkteT
itair. Most fhuck. Cotton or Palm Leaf Vattrtatai,
ami sit descriptions of Beds and Beddiiif, at tbtssrliett;
Moaianl. ' , . , , .
All orders attended to with frompne,aaJ aligwls
paekedand ship;e4 in a careful manner. . p -
To my former patront, frienut and aecjuiotanrtt In
M siouri, Illinois, loura. Wisconsin and Mianttota, 1
.ti.ni mr Hunts for Ibeir custom, and atauxa lhm
til at no effort will remain umparad Io raarit a nnlloia. .
anc- of their pilronagoi and lhat, at usual, ( shall. las
loui d in prno.i at my VV'a t-roomt, tree raady to thotr
my goAde, tneir !; and qiai.lie, tndpriro I ha aama.
To tht public I would say, call and judgt for lout. .
I'.emembtr Ids location, 41, 4S ami 43, Olirt tt.; esw
pout Ilia Monro Ujiuit eu'rauct on Olieo ttrtttt.
O. W. JKHOMttr. . ,
martS-5t alanufacturti and Iauporter. ''
t. T. WSTIKL. f. i HtLUL
' Z. F. WET2EL Si CO.,
Importer and Whohraal DaaUr U
Chvmicala, Drags, Meciicln, Ptiata,
Oil and Dye-stuffs,
WHITS tllD, WI.VDOWJLASS 4- Ar-OTUSCJLlIZtt
Wait, at lh Factory trices,
No. 13 fiut tire!, between Main and Seeend 8trt
ff Vft mak our purchases for Chin, and oiler foods
qualir at low transportation aiided, at taey cat) ba
obtained from avaleru Jobbing Houia.
WARRANTED TO BE FHKSH, FURS AND CK.VUlNat.
Ordtrt from tht Country promptly filled, ami aalia
factiou f uaraatod, with regard to price and quality. .'
DENTAL CARD. .
umoTiMiit la AB-ritTic DBSTirrar. '
O. CRANVILLK SAMUtL. M. Dw D. D. i., . J
DESIRES to inform th citizen of Hannibal aa4
country generally that b baa .ecenlly urchas4
a lute and Tamable improvement in to dental art,
which auablet him to insert plait teeth in a style tap. ,
rior to tny in northern Missouri, (b being lb twly inn-
titt in th:t recti on who ia in potatttioa of su4 its.
proeemeut.) . i .
tit. S. wilt rnaraif bit plat totth to tarpata Im
ttaulv. imrabUUv and Uiefullitesl. tbos of any th
dentist in tiit tkisily ai Uatl, and to bt tijual to any -
r w. ...... ..u...w, . t 1 J ui-
j advantages a medical t.lucation, and a thorough and .
eoriest knowledge of mkchahical dentistry, that b ,
, is better pi'pared to practice denial irgry ucesful
, ly nponCOItUECTand SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES,
thjii one M hofie qualifications consist on'r of a tnpar
; licial kuowltdgeof tba mecUauicitl branch of lb act- '
All npeiationt rwrformed with (Treat eare, with th
least possible pain. Nerves destroyed as usual, and ,
particular aituntion given to th dentition of ehikirao,
I and all d .(. jset of th mouth carefully treated and at. .
I N. B. Dr. S. keept constantly on hand a aupnly )f
' Dsl loom powders, lor wniieuing ana rasiaBTiie
UKFICK: Over J. P. Ricbardt' htrdwar stor.
llfiiR AD TOBACCO STORE! '
, Wholesale and Retail. '
On .Main Sirttl, next door to th Pott- OJi '
: rlgSs '
II.. LEER& ARBOGAST, ,
KEEP rontt.tilly on hand th very bt MUioaK
and Virrn.ia TahavA, Kn.irt'r.i. .
I ling lobieco, (coarse and fin;) R,ralia, Pnneip.
Melee ami Comuioo Cigartaud vry artitl UMail
TZ. Sr0 W1"1
rn ,11 uieir line. OOTStraf
Apply at th (im of th '
O ADDLKIty and hardwar, an aortsaal for ala
""j "i' y i'y . 1. i.
Boot and Shoe Manufactori
THE uudertigned bav jut establiihed
theuitelve iu th city of Haucihal im
,b.ov basinets, and ar prepared to f.irtii.i,
""ton.ers w ith ev.ry a.ticU : in their line at th .borest
th above business, and ar prepared to furoisit
j tiijnui, uiiui tu uiacr m ol. i?Utt priCtM . TT
h-.ve oa baud at this tiin
eooo iucihv or tLfttfre
til iters aud half Gaiter, also alt other Fanev colored
slioet worn by the Ladiee all colored woik wh.cU
w can tell at reduced priest, both Lad ita aad Mis.
We also have a good stock of colore! shoes whicti
we can sell vary low. ChihliW tho wilt b keot
hand ami mad lo order al all limes.
W in.;e ali prtwat vtsilicg th city, a wall at our
owu citizens to call u at w aature tnto w wilt
luruiib all work ia our I in at -
ST. LOUIS PRICES.
Gentlemen' wr, mid to order. Boot sad Pheea
Uith In and coarse and will mend all rip or burst
ou. Otir house ia oa Hill sheet between Main aal
trout, (01 polite Metsrt. Inslee ft Co1, Hon.)
- . KI.fctNAKD . MADDKN.
Hanaibal, Me)., March 17, lWt aaarl.y
- SaV "STo-or Money,
" CHARLIJS P.- FREEMAN & CO.,
itAit raec.MAN, Morwir 4. coo
IMPORTERS .1.VD JOBBERS,
ITAVb. now oa haad, aud. will na r.rn..
I X th(0uh th f atoo, New Goods, direct t.oaa taa
Ruropnn niS'-.iifartiurers. aad ash Aottiras, lie a, fae
iouable. fancy Silk 1iilinery Goods. Our ttoek f
Rich l(ibut. eomprir.t vry yariel y of tb lattot oast
taost baautiful desi jna taipoitod.
Mv.yofo.K food aio onufaelurt4 srea!y t
i oiutr, lie urn umi v,i;iib ana pmurmwf ana eail
f unrivalled. V offer our (0d for Caeh om9i
nrlctt thaa anv t.ilit Houa in A marie f.
All piieliM w ill fi.id it jraatlv thir ia'arwt to
r-ie a fortioa of the.r aou- ,a mtt nlttota
fiom our ittt variety ( j, rnrap goods.
Ribbons rich t)r oon,ti, Cap, Sht aad Bl!t.
Ponnet Sil''. a. i u Pti. IJtsea n.t T.,u...
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, 4U"'0ijetje, Collar, CiKiifcUtUt, tap:, Btilbaj,
Habits, Meeve, Cnls Mjiojw and lusertinr.
Kinbioniercdi ftvir, L&oe, tuu Ucatti Catabrl
hOiul, lllunria, and Fntroidrei Lst ff Can,
Kuni'OuW.at l-artor bhawis, Mautillat, aad Veili.
1 1 M.ilor., VectiiiitVaUhC iiet, and Biutsel Lace.
Kmi:u r. Wiv Tbtevl, tyma, Lul rkitsii,
i Con an iJieat. ' . .
tiJ, Lull Tiiraal. JUii, aad inj lilk, OU, aasi
'i'ta ..... .
Prea-h and Anrier, Artifleial iHawora.'
f leuch Kn1ish, Aoisfieaa, ar.d It 'I aft.
M:a iiniiueia and Tiittciiaja.
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