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0 iilssodrl Legislature).
Jtrt msos Cit, Jan. 27, 1853.
kiiae Butiuesi from the lluvst.
An actio establish Court of Common Fleus
In liufjiinnan county passed.
An act concerning the Court of Common Tltat
th Hannibal pasted.
An act to incorporate Christian College, at or
raw the town of Canton, in Lewis county, was
An act to change the name of Edith Yilliams,
lot Andrew fmmty, to Edith Willim Price.
.Mr. Stont offered an amendment strilcincr out
" Williams" and inserting Wmd which was
The bill, as amended, then passed.
House Morning Session.
On Motion of Mr. II r, the bill ineorporating
'the Christian University was taken up and pass
ed ays 89, noes 00.
Mr. Hardin, from the Comtpltte on Lunatic
Asylum, reported a bill to appropriate money
tor the enlargement of the Lunatic Asylum,
the bill appropriates $82,000. Also a bill op
bropriating an additional sum for ordinary ex
penses. , Doth made the special order of the day for
Mr. Woodson, from the Committee on Cor
porations, introduced bill, &c, incorporating
the Lexington and Daviess county railroad.
Laid on the table for the second Monday in Feb
ruary. Also, an amended act tn Incorporate the
Brunswick, Linnrus end Milun Plank Road
Also, nn act to incorporate the Workingman's
Belief Association, of St. Charles. Pasted.
Jisf person City, January 23,
Senate Morninz Session.
Motion to postpone indefinitely the net
amendatory of net to amend act regulating
Jgrocefi.es and dram-shops lost. Ayes 0,
hays 17. This act provides that no license
shall ba granted to soil liquor without the
person- applying therefor shall present a
petition sicned by a majority of the quali
fied voters. of' the town, city, or township;
and further provided, that no person with
tavern license shall sell liquors in less quan
tity than a quart, without a petition signed
as above. - Morning consumed in discussing
the bill. It was, on motion of Mr. Crow,
leferred to Select Committee of five, Uy
whom it will bo amended so as to subdivide
the city into convenient districts, and then
. Senate Afternoon Scnhn..
1,000 copies of the abstract of census or
dered to be printed. Bill to finish State
Capitol 'passed. Hill appropriates twenty
thousand dollars for the purpose.
Bills incorporating Pleasant Green and
Boonville Academies passed,
Jefferson City, January 28.
. House Mornina Session.
The House was occupied most of the
tnorning in a discussion relating to a par
tition of Schuvlur county among the adja
cent counties, upon the recomendation ofa
report from the Committee on the Jud'icia,
ry. It is aJledged that Schuyler county has
101 llie COilsiuu,iioi)ai hiijiis, jue repun
was referred to a Select Committee ,
Jeffkrso City, Feb, 3
House. Bill to reduce taxes to one-eighth of one
per cent, on assessed value Referred.
Bill declaring polls shall bo opened in
Pike county to determine whether the fines,
forfeitures and jenalties, shall go to the
common school or the Watson fund of said
county, majority to govern Passed.
Washington, February 3.
About G o'clock last evening Edward II.
Fuller, who, in company with his father
avas part proprietor of the City Hotel and
Irving House, but recently a clerk in the
Census office, was shot at the National Ho
tel by James W. Suhaumberg, formerly ol
the U. S. Dragoons. The ball penetrated
the right side and will probably prove fatal.
SchumberK has been committed tq jail.
A difficulty had existed a long time, bwhjg
to Schaumberg's indebtedness to Fuller. -The
immediate cause was a placard posted
up by Fqllpr, pronouncing Schuinberij a liar,
coward and swindler.
THIKTY-8BC0ND CONGRESS SECOND BES8I0N.
WAJHiNoron, Feb. 3.
The Senete took up the emigrant route to the Pscific
bill, to which Hush, from the Special Committee, hai
reported so amendment, striking out all after the enact
ing clause, and a provision that the President shall
cause to be built, as soon as possible, a railroad and
magnetic telegraph line, connecting the valley of the
Mississippi wilMtte Pacific, appropriations ol land for
the conttructioirsand JitytmyxJii in nve per cent,
bonds, redeemable in 60 years the road to be con
structed in the best manner.
The Committee was appointed lo count the electoral
vote in conjunction with the Senate Committee, on
Weduesday next .. .
Mr. Richardson, from the Committee on Territories
reported a bill to organise the Territory of Nebraska.
The House resumed the eonsuleraliqn of the enate
bill amendatory of the existing laws relative to (lie half
dollar, the quarter, the dime and half dime.
Mr. Dunham resumed his remarks, alter a long de
bate without coming to a vote. The House proceeded
to the business on the Speaker's tabte, and concurred
in the Senate amendment bill, granting tt) right id way
of Ike Missouri Iron Mountain railroad.'
Pnn.apEi.ymA, February 2.
Col. Thomas fiaidney, lormeily editor of the Cincin
nati Hepublican, is about to Jctiver a lecture upon
Kricsson's caloric engine before the New Yor k L'gmla
lure, exemplified by a working model. He designs
visiting all the Weslcrn and South-Westeru cities, lor
the purpose of delivering leclures upon the new pnuci-
The National Agricultural Society met yesterday at
(h Kmitlimnian Institute and ailiaurned till torday. A
large number of eminent agriculturists were present.
Marshal P. Wilder, President, called the assemblage
to order this inoruing. W . 8. King, of Rhode Ulaud,
The States were called, and mot of them represent
ed!, severat members of Congress and other distinguish
ed men were present.
Piofeisor Mapes presented a specimen of the Japan
pea, a veiy productive plant, also, the California oae
Professor Wilder delivered an appropriate address,
o submitting various subjects for the consideration of the
AcnsrT.-We regret to learti that Mr.
'Samuel Sponce, of this county, on Monday last,
had the misfortune to have one of his legs bro
ken just above tha ancle. Doing upon a wagou
loudod with rails, and driving a mule team, tit
mules ran away and upset lite wagon upon him.
Siiebp is California. Those specula
tors who have brought sheep the past sea
son to this State, will realise a great profit,
bein regarded altogetheras a luxury, never
realising less than fifty cents per pound.
Mos. of tho sheep that wo have hitherto
killed lins been roceivod from Sonora in Mex
ico. The quality of the Sonora sheep is
delicate for the table, but it, is a toarso
woolcd animal, It is a remarkable fact that
sheep in California are almost free from
discasttsuch as attack them elsewhere the
foot rot &c, being altogether unknown.
In some hands, where care hits been taken,
they have increased in slid.
We would recommend dealer whoaro
bringing Hock across the plains to be a lit
tle Careful In the selection of their sheep,
especially choosing those which are fine
wooled, inasmuch nt they cannot depend
upon the present high rates of mutton ob
taining for any long period, and particularly
because this State will necessarily and e
ventually become ns famous for its wool, as
it Is now for its gold.
Those sheep which have arrived this sea
son, look remarkably well; and tjie persons
who brought them say they had nodilficulty
in bringing them over, and that they are
less trouble than any other kind of stock.
Messrs. Patterson brought over a bund of
about 1,500; they are all looking well, and
are worth in this market $15 per head.
Sheep will also bo a valuable acquisition
to California, owing to the scarcity of wa
ter on the plains in the summer time, nod
this description of stock requiring so little
ol it, doing better on dry pasturage than on
wet. 1 hey will grow larger with water
only three times a weok, than witii more,
as lias been proved in many instances.
One ef these casus we will mention. A far
mer had a stock on a Greek, where they had
water every day, and his son had another
band taken Irom the same stock on the
plains, where they only bad it twice a week.
It was found that in the latter rase they
grew larger and thrived better in every re
spect. -San Joaquin Hepublican.
f" A gentleman writing to us under date of
Carrollton, Mo., January 7th, soysi
"Mr- Hoss, the temperann leoturer, was here
and gave us five lectures; the audience increased
till he left. He has done good among us, by hol
ding up the cause of temperance in a 'different
light from any other lecturer I have ever met
with. One of our best citizens, who was in
the habit of taking too much, and who listened
to him with an ear, open to conviction, was so
thoroughly convinced of his error, that he re
solved to offer himself as a candidate for initia
tion to the Temple of Honor, and by a dispen
sation was duly admitted. One other, who was
a violent opposer of all secret societies, was
convinced of his erroneous impression, and was
also admitted a member. One of our merchants
on "Whiskey ttow," as it is called, (for until
very lately there was a line of demarcation drawn
the whiskey boys on one side of the square and
"Temperance Row" on another,) has sold out
his stuck, mid says ho will bring no more to this
market, end one other says tie will, after he
disposes of his slock, discontinue the trade.
And what is still better, the ladies will take the
mutter in hand, and have appointed Saturday to
meet and draw up a set of resolutions condemn
ing the traffic, and declare everlasting war
against tlrose engaged in it. They will go to
the store of every merchant, and politely re
quest those that have the prison on hand, to dis
pose of it in some way. If they refuse, they
will pledge themselvs never to enter their
stores again, neither will they buy a dime's
worth of goods from them, but use their influ
ence with tlieir husbands, sons and brothers tq
do the same.
Such influences have never been brought to
bear ir, tiis community, and the cause of tem.-
peranca was never on a hotter foundation than
at present. To-night Carr-olltoii Division No.
51, Sons of Temperance, will be re-organized,
by uuthority of Christppher P. Garner, Esq.,
If. U. V. 1'. We nave never sirrtnacre(
our charter, and hve awoke with renewed
slrcnirth and energy. And bv the aid and com
fort of the fair sex we shall overcome the
michtv enemy, who has walked our streets, oc
casionally making a red nose, a black eye, nnd
1 would to uou that was mo worst deed we nau
to complain of !
I am of opinion that the Maine Liquor Law
is the only remedy to put u tjiiielua lo the
whole matter. Still the 'Sons' and other social
societies will facilitate the passage of such a
Mr. Ross has done what but few other lectu
rers dared, lie lampooned the ministers for
their mum course, and has infused some courage
in their bosoms, to pay the monster a passing
notice. uruns wicker.
There Is to be an improvement in the fashion
able world. We do not use the word progress,
for past progress has been fsom bad to worse
an improvement in the hours of assembling and
leaving at pur evening parlies, of which there
have been so many during the two naonth pat,
and so mtny of which are in contemplation, for
the two months to come. The n,ey style is
and all honor to those vybabayehadtbo pourage
to introduce it to invite yotir friends to visit
you, if you intend, to entertain, them, at a season?
able hour, and to depart at a seasonable hqur,
'Mr. and lrs. A
s B r- will (,ee tbpir
?, between the hours of
friends on evening.
eight and eleven.
"Mr, and Mrs. C D request the
pleasure of your company from tight tq tltvnt
yVhe improvement, of course, consists in go
ing to a party at a seasonable hour arso. People
go to parties generally ffom half-past nine to
eleven and come away ut the small hours in the
morning. They violate all luws, physical and
moral, Mm day into nlglit, ond abstract from
bodily health a good deal more than they add tn
mental enjoyment or intellectual improvement.
--N. Y, Express.
Jcffsrson pity, Feb.
The bill reported by the Committee on Com-
L.i ilismised the entire dav.
The following amendments have been adopted;
The School Fund to be apportioned in accord
ance with the present luw, so much to each
nl.ild. and makes the revenue raised by taxation
.if five I'l-nts n the hundred dollars, a State
fund, instead of a couotv fund, for the lenefit
of each county where the tax is raised.
HANNIBAL JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 10 1853.
We extract, says the Delaware Oartclte, tti
following account of an accident Which occured
at Seaford, on, Wednsday last, f rdfH a private
A moat'schockirtg accident happenix! at Sea
ford yesterday. A young sailor, about 29 or 26
years uf age, by the narrtc df Stansbury Meislc,
of intemperate Itabits, and being somewhat in
toxica.ttiu at th? time, climbed to the mast head
of a larga new schooner belonging to N. & W.
D. l)oraeyf and to show his sailorship to several
persons who were looking at him, attempted to
puss from on mast head to the other on the
spring stay. To do this he undertook to go feet
foremost, swinging his body under the spring
stay and holding on with his hands and legs.
The spring stay being a horizontal rope more
than sixty feet from the deck, it required tome
effort lo work his way from one mast to the
other. After he had passed about two thirds
of the whole distance his legs by some means,
slipped off, leaving him hanging by his hundi
he made several ellorts to regain the stay with
his legs, but failed to do so.
He then cried out, " I shall fall, God have
mercy on me." Those who were looking at
him could render him no. earthly assistance,
though two other sailors at the mast head were
within a few feet of him, He continued to hang
by his hands for several minutes, and wben he
could hold on no longer seemed ta relax his hold
one linger at a tun, the spectators, seeing lie
was about ta fall, tu,rnsd their backs to keep
from witnessing the sight, At last ho let go
and fell with a crash to the deck, He descend
ed feet foremost, and such was the foroe with
which he fell, that one of his thigh bones pass
ed entirely through the deck, and the other pen
etrated the deck to the depth of near two inches.
His thigh bones werp literally shivered to
splinters, and in this state he lived near an hour,
begging the doctor who was called to his aid,
"nut to let him die in his sins."
IIiiRiiBLt AccinEifp. The Portsmouth (N.
II.) Chronicle gives an account of a terrible ac
cident which recently happened to a farmer
(name not given,) . in Wells, Mane, by falling
Irom a hay mow and becoming impaled upon
ine point, ot a nny puller, ine woouen stake
passed entirely through the man's body, entering
at the abdomen and coming out at the back.
The poor fellow, weighing nearly 200 pounds,
lay for on hour on the barn floor, was Carried
strike and all to his house, a distance of two
miles, and then had to wail till his neighbor could
go a distance of nine miles on a hand car for a
surgeon. Though an incision of six inches was
cut before the rough stake could be extracted,
the man is said to be doing well and likely to
Anecdote of Bobetplerre's Cratltjs
Madame St. Amnranthe was one of the most
beautiful and fascinating ladies of Paris during
the career of the infamous Robespierre. Even
the stern heart of the tyrant hud felt her power.
One night he attended a party at her house in
the Rue dc Grumotit. There were thirteen
guests only. The next morning, while em
ployee) in the duties of his toilet, his secretary
observed to him that be had drunk too freely the
'What leads you to think so?' inquired Robe
spierre. 'lour unguarded conversation, Citizen, which
I do not think passed unobserved, either by St.
Amaranthe or her guests.
'It matters not,' said the typint, with appa
rent indifference, 'they will dq me no harm,,'
writing at the same moment a note which lie
dispatched by a sesvai)t, uud then with the ut
most composure continued to, shave himself.
That note conveyed his orders for the arrest of
St. Amaranthe and the eleven individuals who
t i , ... . . , ,
had supped with her, one of wham was her son,
a boy of thirteen) and on the fallowing day, the
only two of the party of fourteen who were no.1
lea fo tlie gmllqtifie were Robespierre ori(J
St. Amaranthe dressed herself with peculiar
care for her execution, and a person who by
chanco saw her pass in the fatal enrt which con
ducted her to death, described to me the beauty
and elegance of the figure, around wliieh the
most tastefully arranged draperies of tellow
crape floated on the air.
Hew Pott Offices.
At the last session of Congress, Mr. Forlcr,
tlio representative from the second congression
al District of this Slate, secured the establish,
ment of some six or eight post routes, in the
general law upon this subject. Since then, let
ters have been frequently addressed to him, in
quiring when they would be put into operation.
He has called the attention of the It Ofuue
Department to the subject by letter, and in re
ply received the following response, its publi
cation will satisfy his constituents that he has
not been unmindful of bis duty: fliepubli;
Tost Orrict Department,
Contract Office, Jan. 4lh. 1853.
Sb : In answer to your letter, wherein vou
make application for certain new post routes in
Missouri, established at the last session of Con
gress, to be put into operation, 1 huve the honor
to iiilorm you that all the routes created by act
of the present Congress, will, in a few davs, he
advertised, inviting proposals for the service,
io up lei to contract from the 1st July next.
liespcciluiiy, &c, 6ic,
WM. II. DUN DAS,
Second Ass't. V. M. Gcnl.
II,mV ). Porter, IIoue ci Hep's.
Tqbcco Jnskctor. Capt. tyanson Price,
pf lirunswiuk, in this Slate, tiipt. 11. II. Jones,
of Franklin, oounty, and Mr. K. E. Arulier are
applicants for the office of State Tobacco In
spector in this city, bo also 1 AJr. Wu. Si.
eael, of this c)ty a gentleinan, who has long
been connected with the, Tqbaoco business )u
(.his State. Ucpub.
Camden Point Female Academy Destroyed bj Fir.
W have been kindly furnished with sorqe ol the par
ticulars of this destructive coullagration, by r. 11 H.
Todd, itt highly eompetent and able Principal. The
Are took tilaceonlhe night of the !25lh iust. It origi
nated in the north ell of the building, in the kitchen,
and spread with fraiful rapidity, sweeping everything
in its devouring course. There were iiinety-lwo youn
ladies boarding in the building at the time. All were
saved by the almost superhuman elfoits of Mr. Todd,
woo uneu every caenioii, io aav iiieir lives, perilling
his own ttreral timet. Had lie not to )av doge, many
might has perished. But few sav d anything but
their nighti clothes. A small ptrtion ot tha furniture,
and a pert of ilia pbiloeonhical apnaralus was saved.
The building was Insured for $5,00(7 and the furniture
for $IM0, Tne Iqss falls With overwhelming force
upon 51 r. Todd. Ht lost his all utout l,(Xt. No
insurance. Also, his alotliin and that of (hot com
mitted tq his'efrarp There one hundred and
hlty young Indict hi attendance al th time pi th fiie.
We.lou Importer, Jan. iliHh,.
CUBA 6'sand KEUALIA CtCAKH. foetalvby
July 8 J. A. INSLEK k t'O.
CAPT. A. 8. HOBAItDS, formerly at
the State of Kentrrky, bavins taken
the Brady House in the City of ilan nibal,
rno., lor a lerm oi years, fouui respect
fully solicit a liberal share of Public tiatronar.
would not make any extraordinary promise, but he
withes so lo conduct (he House, at ta mke it deserve
the patronage which he hopes it receive. Having
a eejieral acquaintance throurh this and the tsftoinini
8tates, he will lake pleasure in communicilint; such
information to liaveleis at they may deaiim Hannibal
beinf the point of einbtrcation, for a Urge portion of
ine iravei io aim irom ine country ooriiering on Ibe
Missouri River. , i
tr He will at all timet be prepared to accommodate
the travelers with hortet, carriages and wagons, Ave,
as means oi convryauwe ill any uisiaQi uoi,,
April 71h, 1832. (aprS-tf)
Alf D JIWfllKR,
Main street. Hu.uial. Mo.
rPHF. subscriber baa permanently located in (his city
J. and is always prepared Co repair watches, broken
jewelry,.., in the uul workmanlike manner, and on
the mostrespnable terms. He has n ow ojn hand, and
onstanlly receiving pesh supplies of ta finest and
most fashionable Jewelry. Welches, Clocks, he, from
the best importing bouses in the east. stock is
unsurpassed by auy other house in the- city, and those
who give him a call will be satisfied with h bargains;
as He Qjsps great incucemenia io purchasers.
The citizens of Mir ion and Kails counties are re
spectfully invited Ic give me a call. Store on Main
atieet, opposite the "Great Western lto
jiut received in addition to his foimer stock, a sup
ply of Ear Kings, Pius, arc. 'Also a very fine lot of
Jet Ear Kings, new style. Smith't New York Gold
Pent warranted a very fine article. Oct S14. ,
TS now in full operation, and will buy all the Good
Wheat and Corn oH'ered lor sale at their Mill. We
keep on hand the best article of Superfine Family
Flour for sale, or we will exchange Flour for Wheat.
We will always sell as low or lower than Q'llney
Flour can be had of the same quality. . .
XT' Call and examine for yourselL
A. S. ROBARDS & SON.
Hannibal, June 3, lS2-tf.
Lot her Thunder!
Candidates in tho
COLLINS & BREED
HAVE NOW ON HAND and for sale at their
store, cu Main street, Hannibal, Mo., a large and
well selected stock of new
FhII ami Winter (JnnsW,
Embracing, in part, at follow:
C lolhs, Caisnneres, Vestings, Winter Tweeds,
Xriilutky Jeans, Handkerchiefs, tunnels,
Silks, Alpacas, Mous. de Laine, Ginghams,
Calicoes, Museys, Flannels, Irish Linen,
Bl'ch'd & Bro. Domestics, Bed Tickings,
Shawls of all kinds, Gents' Cravats and Gloves,
Swiss and Book Mu'.lin, Ladies' Dress Qoods,
Shoes and Ijoots, Hats and Caps, plassware,
Queensware and (groceries, fcc.
' In addition tp, the above, we have various other arti
pies, too numerous to be mentioned here. Great care
hat been taken to select the best styles, and special
attention has been paid to buying them cheap, which
will enable us to sell them as low aa any other house
in this section of country. We return thanks to our
friends and the public generally, for the pationage so
liberally bestowed on us, and hope by strict attention
to the old maxim of "Small protita and quick sales,"
io niern a coiuiniiiiiice ui iiiq same, ai wc miK no
I Fharge for showing our goods, buyers may find it to
i their advantage to exa.i.inp our stock before purchasing
eliewhere. Please call and examine for yourselves.
November 25, 8Sa, PflVHi
New f isar and Tobacco Store !
CORNER MAIN AND OENTUE STREETS
T EKK & Alt BOG AST are hani-v to inform their
1.J friends and the public generally that tney have se
cured a room in SHOOT & DAVIS' new building,
(and will open in a lew days) lor the purpose ot es
tablishing a Branch of their business, where they wil
bemenared lo fill ail ordei in iheir line, as taean. i
not cheaper, thui any other house in the city. They
have just received, per steamer St. Paul, a choice se
lection of Tobacco, Cigais,Snufls, Pipes, Jtc, fcc.i and
they can truly say their stock of goods is the largeet,
best and most complete aisortment ever offered in Han
nibal. The following comprise a part of their Brands i
10,000 Hi Sol Regalias
5,000 La Union do.
5.000 La Paloma do.
5,(XHI La Normas;
20,000 Juslo Sana Piiuciesi
15,000 Common Qegaliasi
10.000 Half Spanish)
-t!,(Niu Mcjets ; ; ;
Vrkiiiif P'PvinR Tii?ef-i '
Wm. Hate's, Jefge fare's, itmes "Tiomas', a
Ulsey-s Tobacco. ' . ' I.Jj
D.J. Garth's No. Hendcrsou's No. 1; Bucknrr's
No. I; Jamiaon'a No. I; Dausman't Cherry Juict No.
I; Mnffett At Hairis' A Lump.
AH of which we will sell low forcash.
focUJ LEER oV A R BOO A ST.
Received A m w lot of Imperial Cigars.
VIt Cherry. ?
This Invigorating tonic, and anti dispeplic In bottlet
and for tale by dec3U'2 J. A. INSLEE k. CO.
I Mailt Lverybodj to Read This.
I niLiL, merely aay now AM
1 Iiav4 moved my
rainiiy vjrwery ami riuur s'tji4c:
is 1 Tl
Depot to South-west corner of Main antl Bird
streets, where I shall be pleased to see my old
friends, new customers, little children, ladies,
'uiul the rest of mankind. I have a great many
vsrsary things to sell for the comfort and conve
nience of fallen humanity, sijpji a, groceries,
spices, wash tubs, ' was) boards, scrubbing
brushes, brooms, soap, cnndlea, and tar together
with a grcut many things that have ift gut I
I also keep butter, eggs, and corn m,pal, when
they ore to be had; but I alway have the re
nowned Eagle Mills FLOUH acknowledged
by all to be the best article ever sold in lannj
bal in fact, 'it can't be beat.' Kvlrvbodv call
and see me; I'm in a hurry (hit morning no
Good byp tilr we meet.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
Ixreaa Mill. .
IARIErt3 AD ill ERcTl A 1TS coming Io lUn
, nibal with the intention of telling wheat and buy
ing flour, would do well to call and sea us before trf.
ing or purchasing elsewhere. JRememBer the big atone
Mill on Bud, between Main and Tmrd alreeta. Give
ua a call. A. . HOB A HUH HON.
If N. B. ir nW lss'rtdaowrTelrbtrtatte
JMI. Eiy sack sad lane I is branded with oar naiue
aevJ "A. fc OSAR 4 SON."
TliaW AS M 'DANNOLD,
Attorney at L. tr,
HAVING1 located himself at HANNIBT., Mo.,
will practice in the Court of Common F'rsi, H
Hannibal, the Circuit Courts held at I'almyia, Paris.
New Ixmdon ami HnwTing Grern;in the Supreme Court
of the Slate, aifd in the United 8tats Circuit Court.
I j-ijce on east snie ol Mam, petwean. Hire, a no
Hannibal, Aug. 9Rlh. IM9I. , aug2Str
Z Z NO IlUiMUUGEllY III""
TB. STRyENS. opposite, (he City Hotel, hat just
received, In fddiliun ' his form-r slock, the
iarrest assortment of Jewelry ever brought to Hanni
bal. He invites his customers lo call at the above
establishment, where tbey will always find the richest
and snosl extensive assortments of Watches and Jew
elry, Silver ata, Plated yare, contis.tipg in part of Gold
ami niiver i.evrr narcaes, mresipint, I'.arrings, e in
ge Rings, Pencils, lockets, Gold 'ph, Vest and Guard
Chains, Bracelets, Gold and Silver Spectacles, Can)
Cases, Silver Combs, Tea Pots, ('astort.CandlcSlieke
Accnrdeons, tiuns, Shot Bags and Punches.
U"Good Watches of every description carefully re
paired and warranted to, keep time if weld, used or the
Wholesale , ncj RetU.
Main street, Hannibal, Wo.
I, T. iiltli 1 1M.IMM k DRo.
HE now otl'eriug Drugs cheaper than ever ottered
J. i. in iianninai, ami win sell lower man any otner es
tablishment in the city. We ask tbecitixens andcoua
try merchants to call and examine .our drugs, and sett ii
tney will not compare with anv in any city. - ,
Jl LJ1KUK HIT Ut HMO UMSS,
For sale at r-a.fc Jet WCHiJ dollars per
Box, by my ly L. T. BRUTlMiHAAl . BUO. i
"! -r r 1 '. '
,-E. M. lOFFETT,
IVliolesnle Jroer nnd Commlssloiv
Merchant, . ..
, CORN' ER LEVEE AND HILL JTUEETS, . ,
. r. ,- - HJXSiBJL, MO. - r
Kovember 53, 182.' ' ; s4y
HOFFETT, STILL WELL Sr. 00,
No. ft, Locust st .fl'p sialra,) '
ST. LOUIS, MO.
JUST received, a further tupply of Byars' LUW
DON PORTER " For Fale by
oc7 J. A. INSLEE t CO.
TURNER'S EMPIjm CGAR STOR
M"T ke bjMitlU erery ysrldy of
Tont iq, ti.uu asm uxvff, .
Is'sp'r llian al njr oib-r Ikhiw la the cllrl
li l-O iT XtlK MAVI'FAVUIEH'I I'SITEet
ill be lo ibe sstvaiuu ( purchaMrt w fnaenUi Ut
A ad it will be lo ibe sstvhmu of purckaMrt w fnaenUi thai
No Cigars made by apprentices I
Kernel lr Dm plaee e d or In-law the assraer mt
Hill. tss Mala sir!, Uaaaikal, Mo.
TJ. I. GKVW.
W tJ -. sa- eki A eke. M l 1
OVEU WM. II A WHINS' STORE,
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving the fol
lowing superior brands, which lhy offer lo dealers
and others at as low prices as they ran be had in the
Slate t "Olard. Donuv 4. Co.." ' Pinei. Castillon."
" A. Seignetle , I' Bouvet eune,' fcc,
LEMON SYRUP, of superior quality, for sale by
ly Ju8 J. A. 1NSLEE k. CO.
R W. O L I P II A N T
,yo. 10, Af. Charles .,
BT. LOUIS, MO.,
Partietdar tttirntiaij. ppid fa diseases of the u
MRET, in caset for table nse. for sale low by
v July 8 J. A. INSLEE k. CO.
The Cheapest ever Offered
J. P. It A.YHUUN.
"TTE are selling our goods ofi at such prices aa will
f enable persona wanting goods to buy snore goods
or lest money man was ever none Del ore IB lianuibal.
Our stock of goods it complete in
ALMOST EVERY VARIETY
common to uses and wants of every person. All we
want is a call to convince the people of these facts. I
purchase my goods for cash, and at very low' rttet,
w hich will enable me to
SELL VEIiY CHE J p.
Our stock consist j fn articles as follows: '
I(ot and Shoes, all kinds; ' :
ardware assorted; , ,
.. . , Queensware very ll stylfiM ...
. ... Clothintj ctittohl; i I
." mTa-cmmjmmsts 1
pf ll kinds ana varieties; "' 1
Cash paid for Wheat lo,i n,f the martret.
Our Citorufcrs will alijs(,ud W.U. K pWSLEV
ready foi w,tl ou, Iheio. ;'
Remeirbftr the stew, S. P. fl ATBUR-V, Commercial
Row, (opposite the Biady Mouse.) . (mytMl) . , ,
SAKD1NE8, iu half and quartea eases, foe aale by J
JulyS J. A. INSLEE fc. CO.'
.on lit) a, a '' ' f" '" Tf" mw-ma's I l
1 . Wanted, : f
'"PO PURCHASE IMMEDIA TEL, at CaiD
X. Cask Wore, eat Bird, between Main ,and Third
Streets, "Up Slairt," Ihe followin . '. i eles, tor which
Ihe HIGHEST market price wil , n aid fn goods, at
the very lowest cash pricet " ' ' ' '
600 Oexen pairs of good borne kt : Socks, lor Men,
Boys aid Children i
300 Ooxen pairs of good home knit Stockings, for La-
. dies, Misses and children , . . :. .
100 Dozen paiis ot good borne knit Gloves attd Mit
tens, for Men a.ii Bovt i 1
00 Pounds of goou Hoiae-igun utttiuf '(
$oi ltd Color i
2,500 yards ol ggod aliijt,nlf ed id flfowp bome-nrade
.leans: ,..,,,! ;
1014 yarda of (ood Rlid home laadt Jinsfy, jVifkl
1,000 yards of good w hit hosne-n-.ade l.insey 1
Mki '". r llaunefi
l,0OU 1 " Fla Uneni ' '
iUU fl I! M '' ana Tow Lin a 1 .
la adtlitioa to tha above, 20,tMKI men, women and chil
dren, " CASH rWUCUASERS," to buy gootts at an'
advance ot ten mm cent, upou St. Loaaa WHOLE
SALE WUCES." to feblil . M. MOtE.
BOXES CANDY OF SUPERIOR QUAL
JJ 1TY aatortad vaiieliea put reovived, aitd lor
sale reiy low by (h '!) J- A. lol.K k, CU.
Book and Job PriatJn,
v or vT SltrllrtlM,
yJi-n, AYJT Alii) C:Kf1AW!EI?5rj
Neatly exariilml, al ttre uthea ot Ihe , '
llAWaHatAU JIM'sstn aau WB1US1.
PAMPHLETS. T!"! i .
ClUCt J.'ARS, ,. , v
. HAND BILLS,
, . JJltLS LADIXO, , ,
rrinlea in good style, ant unoit reaaonaDie lerma.
OUION fLEMEAS, Pro.
IIKflRV BuU?a.t, tIaii PKACH tiAti-
vv uiha. lor sale by
J. A. lSLtt h CO. (
SMFIiRV, Port, Mleira,and rweet Malaga Witws,
of superior quality, for sale by ........
KAISlSs A lot of superior M. X. IUi, I
by July K J. A. ItySLKS A.
UMEf. UMJ!M LIMFJtr '
THE SUBSCRIBER, wUl keep constant en M"4
lieli burned Lime, fur tale at the corner f, Iill
and Sixth Streets. ....!,
If Those in want of good article of Lima waa.14
dowelltocallon . P. J. WILL
Hannibal, Angusl 5th, lfttlrlf . ,
-imillBf tn JS-t C C9MSJ,
lsl, H i. S. U'H'(lllfu.r, M. D, In
tU tt th IHrtrtrt Court hr Um
Another Scifltifl Wonder I
OWAT OURK FOR
Dr. J. 8. nouciiTorrn
L ft Ol I
.. on, gastric ; Jtitfu v;;;
Trrpir'4 frnm M-nwl, r Ihefrtrtb Mnmarb f tietVaey
dirvevtm of Srhi I.IMf,,a- ereal Paystnfcuf lts s?aa iba,
hv X. ! llnnshlsi., M. U ,f l.ilaJ.IH", V. . - . i
"I illUKST." iliwk U tli irne mraalnt ot Ihe wr fipns.
Il Is tlii Wil,. rbmrrri, iir trnt riiffrtrr,( fwlMrij,! mf Ike GitMrts
Jute ill antveMt M tti St tfc BNirifyina. hiw rvlwe, a4
tilnivintiitii aiiriii of ili MNH4rh ami iiMliw Is lb et)4
frmn pi. ilgi.iivn s.iHA'h if Hie ot, thus r-wmhtf a, iu i
Slivo SaiS, ireWI ilka the maiubI CiojH !,. NS)
clM-iiitcAl powers, aud rariiiilBg a tompleia mni netfrl SfSaSi
tt (r II. .. . , . a ,..-' .,Ms roe
Tlii Is Natnra's nwa rvmady fiat aa aabeaithy mmm efb). V
art nf man eai r,usl Hp ewraslv pw!t Il awwlalwa a al-i-
hni, Miirn,' arias, or mnai arasa.) It Is estuimry mieMej
lo Ibe 1Mb-, and mav be lnkr bv llM Moat Seebta ttalWaM tjrha
rnmiot eai a water igfyVer without Ibe attt .ete 4rnttm
takrN by IIM Mos
Half a tcasjs-cfirtflnt FjittJB tntgrf ta 'IM wilt i
", saiiM rMIMl j
ty Tlie "VlenlllK evib-aa apon wklak lU ttttatf $ Me
U in llw biliirac alt tree CMrlum, aasl raaiarkalile. f- . y
C' .ll mh tin- n.'tnl ai.ii ch a fjoarripitve cl-calar, snifla. jft-(
a Ws amhuin of Kit niille eenteilee. froas MMo '"
riieniialry: llr. CimiVi Plivloleey of Ditrttkml Vr.' gtM W) ,
oa i"i..ti and ptattf Ur. Joba W. Iiraper. erf Hew fr (''a
ally! Wof. Daiifliaoo' f ttyU.lnfj Profr SHfn.fi, til tflle
CiMetet sr. X-ararwter rbyakMr aiiMfaUaK M ktfMai
wf trye frini, aN SMiia of the United Ciaioa. . . v -
Prpaln 1st tleiM aaial Pwr.
Ir. Hoar lit'in'e Prwla la rrparr4 la Fowttrr aod la rtaTot
Form and la rrcaeriMloa via la Atr Ibe aaeafi'byekiaaa. 1 ao
Ciwaw will be aeat kyi aiail, fro at a staaay see a Sanaa
nl to Iir. llmirlil'Hi, PtilladHpliia. r
Vr CUloV.kM-: THIS :i:raijr bitl af ikejraM Petwia
twara Ibe wrtitea atfaaiaie nf J I. HoafMaa, SI riaoar ava
arleinr, Piilladviiliia, ta. Copy-rlfbt aad Tra Mark em-ad.
, Frrsh Arrival ef
The first of the season juat received frf
v UA WlS &, ARMSTRONjC y )
We are pleaaexi to arrnowrce) to- orrf frrlatW,
r..ra..nv. - ..t.vtv.nh .-m. . . ... &
u...ww ..i y a.w ji.iayaa saa
are .just opening one of the largest ami moat
r,Miw;r..l P wn.i. .1: e- t. tsi "
. " - m"" '' . .-..--,. v mv 7 ?
trn Cities, ever brought to this market, to wftjtfl
we rery rtsptctfully call your attention.
pur stock, in few uays wiSI Im cflVwrifctej
censigtinjr of Bl'k English, Gef5mt5,and, OobsH
cloths; Hl'k and f-vy ?!sitp,prpa a,; atitets '
worsted silk an i aatin vestirrs. b)vk and col'd:
jeans and twredj; b,untita and blanket coa:
rea, yellow, green, bine, ni white flanrl
siotted do; tnUle towels and bird's ey uz-'jers;
Russia, jiuckaback, and Scotch diapera, , Extr
(il'k and bro. table linen and clothi; crashes ad
napkins.' , '-. , ;)
Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods)
plain 'nnd fig'd bl'k alpacas plain, diangeabltj
and fig'd do; plain English and French merino
fig'd do; beautiful patterns nf all wool dcUirss.
plain do; rich fig'd and plain brocade silkt-
bl'k and fancy colors; plain, changeaUe and faa
cy lined silks; British, French and .Anverican
prints; brown and M' muslins, all grades;'! do
io sneeung; isoautilul Jtrench piano and tabisj
covers; do double damask do do do, plain and
barred swiss muslins; nlain and tsar red jaeottets
n.i .. ...j i-ii . .11
id cambrics; wlijle and col'4 taxletona; hitt
id col'd crapes and craplejssej"Cjren Beraroi
k luce veils dead do: fancv col'd do, bi'it
white and col'd Lid glqve, for ladies and geoto
Lqic till; glomes (kid finish) j bl'k net mkttg
every description; silk, wplltsu and tqr bef
siery. A large and beautify lot of bona.s
tafftta, nnd satin Ribqni, together with a great,
variety of notions to wjpu lue attention f th"
LADIES is sylitei. Ladies, Misses and
phildreii'j Roat, calf ftd kip shoes: . J"tns 8ijU
incr and kid traiters nr.d liulf-craitent. "'Itwrfi
buskins ani 'slippers.. MedVand'boj'a bcnX
aiul shoes or eyery quality w ,,j,.: i -i
. Itl-ss and Queensware, Groceries fee., al? ef
which we are" ottering wry m and will rV trf
make it loyovr interest to trade' with lis (iive
us a call before purclsing, !Tu a jHaasiffeV
and uot a tank, to show goods ,r-. ?!-
,..i:-v.-, , Yoirrt respectftrlfy,
' ' 'IIAWEStt AKMSfflqjffl' :
; N. B. "We w lah to. buy country jeanes, bun'
sey,' woolen ovks,. . bees aV eaUiers, bapqlrf
lard, dry hides, rug carpeting, &c. ft Ai U
.p22l)-sep29 . r-;--:...., .
8i9itl) & Dice's) -Tew ramily CrOS
'on fjarket atreet , , , . ....
THEY tie this malbod of iiiforaaiiif the Klberia,
of Ifatipib)! and vicituty, that they bays eixoed
a new fa f,-;il giapory a' ore oa Market street, (mm!.,
ately aorlh of 11m market bouse, where tf anlfa4
leepiag all kinuao; groceries tuiteslloUrSrela-lrafo.
We iut nd keening oa kaud all kiwis of mfkti!9, W
will bo pleated to see aur friends at a Uii f 4a llie jj
want anything ia our lino. , We have, ant) will cetiti
nue lo keep Fresh Meats oa baiid druutg (bit f hiiti ,
season. As we have too best opportunity of smrcaia-
sing Fowls, Vegetables, .g., it will bo to every man'
interest to call ana eitamtm, bofort piuebasme oleeM
w'lere, aa wi will have evefylamp; ttit fSn.M osa
laiuw ai ine market aotiM fwiutg tearoy. i -'. I
vif ,v...ia , 8TU.a,.4jCatyt
. ... ,,,, -,. M , ,,
I WISH every body and my old Frieadf rV-tlVatar.
ly, to beat In Blind that I aa Haw tacelring tf
New Ktork of . . .. ' -
VPR1NO AHP SUSftfElt QfJfqfl. V,
ai.d at I cannot tay at much, about the,io here, e t '
like, I frith JpM to call al Ibe above glor icts U
Oo3irclal HoW ' "
and 1 opno.-:l. (j the "bTHEET" and I tt M ,
great deal ut pains lo explaia, bow apGipjiriats tfeeyi
are to your wants, and how very .' .! ,.,i
(which tcaa prove.lbcio,btter Ibaaoa ffnf, A H
is the eaaieal lb ma in tho mwA, to saako gooda tuny .
on PAPKfO audalto many other things, too Kioat :
ntentioty, in imi place. . . ' --
H-mrmber thf "r'aople's Siot" CoAsieJ KtVt
Hamiibal, fvlo. ... a,.i ,t
NV tVM..tf. KEHtlteVAt,
CtToRS-loirboiea CiflA , 4 '
t fur sale by t ( e , J. .-i4Jt AU. ;
a) tmiitjQ '- j. aOrjf W"a.'."fr'a1 " mmtrf"iM,,0