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HANNIBAL JOURNAL, FBEUARY 24f l 8jg
February 41, ia.
. I', ', : CORCKM. .
s MsUIiootKMf IheCulumW.n vooalists, will
give .concert t the First Presbyterian church.
lo-marrow evening commencing at ? o'clock.-
cThe liigli rcputmion which thWiumny has at-
... over tii united Slabs, mfficietit
warrant Tor the excellence of W entertainment.
It will be well for those who with to secure
good seals lo go early. "
Tie following eorhmunicallon if admira
try nHefl to tmr ideas of what a hewspaper ar
ticle -should heit Wensrj a great deal of in
W4tff triad Mo a short spate.- We solicit
"luent;.ontrituHoiia, from its talented au
thor : vs
," ' ' t For the Hannibal Journal.
wtBsrai psasom ameakaxcx. '
While Mr. Webster end Mr. Choate were
pleading in Trenton, N. J., last sprinK, on the
celebrated India Rubber eaic, Mr. Webster ac
cepted an invitation from the Legislature of
New Jersey, then in session, to honor that body
with hit presence. -i
Long before die appointed hour arrived, the
ipaco about the doors of the Senate Chamber
was crowded by persons eager to force their
way in as soon as admittance should be allowed,
to see and hear the grent statesman. Great was
Ihc.rush when he had airivcd and the doors
vere thrown open.
Al soon as order could be restored, one of the
Senators briefly addressed the distinguished
guest; and when he had concluded, everything
was as still as the death-chamber.
"Webster, after bowing to the Speaker and (he
Senators, in his own peculiar manner, replied in
a very few words. , There was nothing partic
ularly striking in what he said. He spoke
slowly, in a low tone, without animation; and on
concluding immediately retired. But the effect
was perfectly electric. ' The whole assembly
was instantly in commotion. And there were
loud calls for 'Stockton V 'Stockton!'
The Commodore rose in the greatest agitation,
and spoke in something like the following
strain : "I thank God Almighty that he ever
made such a man; that it is possible for human
nature to be so exalted. I will not speak of his
vast forehead, and his noble, princely bearing
but Ihe magnanimous soul of the man I I be
lieve if there ever was a patriot's heart in the
breast of a man, that heart is in the breast of
Daniel Webster. I have seen him following my
own dogs in the sports of the field; I have seen
hfin in his own mansion at home, and I have
seen him in the Halls of Congress but I have
never seen him do, or iieard him say, anything
which was not great."
What is it about Mr. Webster, thought 1,
which has produced such a sensation?
There was nothing peculiar in the circum
stances, or remarkable in what he said. Some
thing, doubtless, was due to his great name; but
the' effect should chiefly be attributed, I think,
to the personal appearanct of the man. As he
stood and slowly cast his dark eye around over
the assembly, he looked 'like the King of Men'
like he were of an altogether superior race or
. Ltai Napolooft hat marrieJ a handsome,
rich French Countess. '
' In the Missouri Legislature, on the 11th
inst Mr. Chew, Senator from Hay, gave
notice of his intention to introduce bill
o incorporate a railroad from some point
on the North Missouri Rood, to Weston, in
Platte county.' i i ' ! I i ,
i $1,000 has been appropriated by our
Legislature, to erect monuments over the
remains of Lewis F. Linn and David Bar-
Wc observe in the Temperance Battery an
affair of shooting in our county, ubout which we
are disposed to think there is some mistake, us,
among the four papers published in the county,
we have not seen any notice of it. The ''tcaa
trug" of the story in the official disposition of
the case, would, it seems to us, have attracted
the attention of some of our coUmporaries.
That we have any officer in our county who
would dismiss so grave an effencs, by making
John Barleycorn"' the scape goat, we are, again,
disposed to doubt, and call upon the Battery for
ndmH hut ih whnle matter tnav come out.
The ignorance of Justices of the Peace has been
aa oflen charred and laughed at, that the idta
has become almost proverbial. If orw should so
far bring disgrace upon the office, oil, or any, by
nameless uncertainty, should not be made to
softer.' Wa ull for the name of the officer.
The account is headed Sharprburg," and is
"Just liere we must tell a story about this
place Sharpsburg. On Christmas day the
rumsuckers had a great drinking frolic, and, os
is usual, got to quarreling and fighting. One
young man drew up his rifle and deliberately
shot his friend in the hip, the wadding penetra
ting into the flesh and making a bad wound.
There was fortunately no ball in the charge.
Another in the company shot his gun off against
a neighbor's door, and the escape of those sitting
in the room was certainly miraculous. But the
point of the story is in the fact that when these
oslenders were brought up before the magis
trate, that sage functionary discharged them up
on the ground that it was the whisky and not
the men that committed the offences complained
- of. We go in for that Squire. Let all the magis
trates of the State do as he did, and it will not
be long till the feople see that it is the whisky
and not the mei; and instead of arresting the
men, they will put the spirits in prison. You
may depend upon it, friends, it is the whisky
ana not the men that does the mischief."
On the 14ih lnt., Blair's resolutions, re
pealing the Jackson Resolutions, were
killed stone dead in the House, by laying
them on tho table ayns 72, noes 41). The
whig party is safe the war in the demo
cratic ranks will continue. There was
great excitement while tho ballot was ta
In tli? Missouri Senate, on the. 14th, the
Lexington and Daviess Railroad, and the
PluVte County Railroad bills were passed,
notwithstanding the objections of the Gov
ernor, by a vote of 19 to 14. The Cover-
nor'i objections are to be overcome by a
A bill which was reported in the Senate
on the 14th, to apportion representation,
and to lay oft' the State into Senatorial dis
tricts, gives St. Louis county thirteen rep
resentatives and six senators.
Ou the same day a bill appropriating fif
teen hundred dollars to moke repairs and
procure furniture for the Executive man
sion, was passed.
A Constitutional amendment, prohibiting
the Legislature from granting divorces,
passed the House on the 14th, ayes 100,
A'so, a lull passed appropriating 37,300
to defray expenses of the Lunatic Asylum
for next two years.
And a bill allowing one dollar for killing
On the 10th hist., a horrible murder was
perpetrated in Jackson, Missouri, by one
Wm. It. Sumner, on an unarmed German
named Charles Kiehbiel. The latter was
cut to pieces with a bowie knife, causing
death in a few moments. Sumner escaped,
and a reward is off-red for, his spprhe
sion. - . :
ift the A.liaoOUi'i Legislature zl I.. i rc ! a
lion to public schools, passed tlie House on
The total population of Missouri as
shown in the printed returns of the census
taken in 1S52, is 710.787 of which S7,
702 are slaves, and 2,537 free blacks. The
white males exceed the white females more
The ceremony of the official declaration
of the -election of President and Vice Presi
dent, took place in joint session of Congress
on the 9th inst.
News from Mexico to the 20th of Janu
ary states that the city of Mexico had final
1-OKTUltES MADE BT ADTEKTlBlirO.
rom a small pamphlet, entitled ' The Art of
making Money,'' an extract has been taken, fti.d
is going the round of the provincial press,
pointing out lha facility of making immense
sums by the simple process of continuous adver
tising. Doubtless large sums have been, are,
nna win De made by such a system by certain
persons of ability, wlio'no doubt would make
their way in the world if culled upon to play
different parts on tho great stage of life, but to
suppose that men in general must, as a matter
of course, acquire wealth by such means, is as
absurd as to suppose that all the penniless and
shoeless of Loudon are capable of risinir to tha
dignity nnir;lM! of an Alderman or the Lord
Mayor of London simply by reading the
"Young Man's Best Companion." Money is
not so easily msde as the writer of the article
referred to would lead people to suppose; if it
be so, few need be poor. But to our text: for
tunes made by advertising. Undoubtedly the
f-reutcsl man of the duy as an advertiser is Hul
oway, who expends the enormous sum of twen
ty thousand pounds annuullv in advertisements
alone; his name is not only to be seen in nearly
. I - .1!! I . . I I , I . ..
cTcij jhijiui mm periodical puuusneu in tne
British Isles, but as if this country was too
small for 1 his individual's exploits, he stretches
over the wholo of India, having agents in all
the different parts of the upper, central, and
lower provinces of that immense country, pub
lishing his medicaments in the Hindoo. Oordoo.
Gooenitec. and other native languages, so that
the Indian public can take the Pills and use his
Ointment according to general directions, as a
Cockney would do within the sound of Bow
bells. We find him again at Hong Kong and
Canton, making his medicines known to the Ce
lestials by means of a Chinese translation. We
trace him from thence to the Thillipine Islands
where he is circulating his preparations in the
native languages. Al Singapore he has a large
nepoi: nis agems mere supply all the Islands in
ine in Iran Seas
TM following Ht from pot Rpr? gp ntattv,
Hon. G. Porter, will olear him from any blame
on the score of mail facilities. It was addressed
to the editors ofjhe Hannibal Courier, and pub-1 1
lishedby them in their Inst wcck'i issue: " ' ' y
" Dirroiiro and vrnnm TmRrrmtx
The proposed nw Territory of i. Washin.
Iipn," in the new Orejron Territory, comprises
ti thm portion ot Orejron lying and being asuUi
orthe4!nn degree of north latitude, and north
of the Columbia river, from its mouth fd where
the 4Glli degree north latitude crossetsaid river
al St. Walla Walla, thenoe with said 4Gih do-
(Trpff Ia 111 anmnriit a? tht D aaL Hr,i.int.a.
, A FEW DOORS WKST OF SULMI.iThis bill divides the present Oregon' nearly
mi, uiii me noriuern uan, as 301, lus very 111-
TINING. MARCH 24, 11 The new territory of Nebraska is to be all
" unwna tne suminii oi ine KOCky
t0 tie niiouniains on ine west, me Males of Missouri
iiu iown on ine east, me i.ni aegree oi north
Where tho dividing, line Is between
Lie drinking and irunkenncss, we cannot
It's somewhere between one giam mm
i" Ttc vnur own Indues in this matter, al-
partaking discreetly of God's bounties,
odcrate drinkers drunkards in embryo 1
.ad. Hurra for our side."
m this is a plain statement of the cast
rate drinking Is the grnnu scnooi or arnnn
ti Hi rnmmeller is the teacher, and the
shop is the school-room. Every good cit-
iwes it to the cause of virtue and hutnam
any and every honest moans, to put nn
I this school of vice, fivery man should
lim.plP wlixt he is doinir to remove this
re from the land. And if conscience docs
turn a favorable answer, he should re-
and bring forth work meet for repent-
For th Journal
fcAllEOAD BOOTES TO TEX &ACIF10.
rond the Colorado this route will be found
ormidable, perhaps, and its access to tne
attended with no peculiar difficulty
here the Humboldt branch of the Northern
can best cross the Sierra, a complete sur-
ar. only decidei The obstructions must be
His advertisements are nub- lutelv impassible toman, to prevent theac-
lished in most of the papers at Sydney, Hobart ilishment of so great a desideratum. If it
Town, Launcoston, Adelaide, Port Philip, and d th e icf of our peapi. will do
indeed in almost every town of lhat vist port on I' ' " b r J
of the British Empire. Returning homeward, il dd ot itS Fb,,1,y or that ,l
we una nis nils and Ointment selling at Val- be uone. new roui.es uro c..j 3
paraiso, Lima, Callao, and other ports in tho Pa- (red, better than tha older roads. During
cific. Doubling the Horn, we track him in the jjrst geMOn, many wagons entered in the
:l"!It.iCTTIVI:"U!'lt?eo' IJueA,0S Ayres' Sa.ntos' kion of Shasta, by a route described a. fur-
aviu uc j.uiimm), uauia anu l ernamouco: ne is . , n .1 ;i
advertising in thnB n.n. in Snnni.K .,! P. inz very easy travel. But as tins is a point
tuguese. In all the British West India Islands, ii can Only be finally settled by a complete
as also in the Upper and Lower Canadaa, and, e i( j8 unnecessary to say more about it.
1 h : xt e.: i J' . . .. .1
....u.. .,.g ,.v.ui;c. ui r,u com,, aim which wiu ,c0UraUlate oil tne norin-
now iiruiijwion, ins meaicines are as laminar- , . ..l,lo
1 ly known, and sold by every druggist, as they'oute has been urged as an unansvieraoie
are at home. In the Mediterranean we find them mant aeainst it. During some severe m-
selling at Malta, Corfu, Athens, and Alexandria, j,;, will ba found an inaonvenience, but
besides at Tunis, and other portions of the Bir- morenot eater than on the New
bary Slates. Any one taking the trouble to 6 . , , . .
look at the 'Journal' and 'Courier' or Constant!- '"l- Fremont, In his winter Ifav
nople, may find in these as well as ether papers, 'om the Columbia along the eastern base r
that Holloway's medicines are regularly adver-0untains, found no great difficulty from
tised and selling throughout the Turkish Em-wuie ,jne 5now did not stop his animals
lire, uiki even in ivussia, wuere an aunosi
surmountable barrier exists, the laws there ;
artlCS vtitM(la on the north, and tha territnrv nf Nr
nectioni Mexico, and the parallel ol 3(5 degrees, 30 min-
nereauiuies norm lutitii'le on the south.
louthel " "'ged that slaves will go into Nebraska
from Missouri. Nebraska beinir directly west
ui inai niaie. , i .
On the Nebraska Territory 1ilt, an effort
Will be made to incorporate the Wilmot Pao
vi to. St. Louis liJtlligrncer, v ;,
Washiwotow, Feb. 7, 1853.
Senator Clemens has given us to-day, a slates
nanlike speech, brilliant, and keenly severe up
on Young America and Fillibuslcrs. There
was an immense audience in the galleries, who
seemed highly delighted with the speech.
i wo chivalrous members are here to settle
unn affair of honor" by a resort to arms. One
is from Harrison county, the other from Rich
Mr. Fuller is still imnrnvin. fr S,.,,.m-
will I lberf? wi'l be brought up to-morrow, by habeas
Oifcj 1 ' u W1" P'OMuiy be bailed.
Bull M ' BANK 0Y chicaqo simgTitn
Tha Bank of Chicago has been Cult-fin unifi
(isaniiy. This was one of Ihe Chicago
uieuiitv i . , r .
y . Kititii..i n .. i i .
, vJt,'' ll,:elll,i ana ns aoors imve been
wayticloscd.andthe Presidant, Jno. B. Eldy, put i0
bestthe lunatic asylum. This was a spiriiual con.
Gwigj". Look out for the temporal ones. This
addef j' "n,y beginning. - . , .
facilM , 1 take any n,,te l,at has Qiicago on it,
. "'',n,eM ' i secured by Slate Stocks. Tlicrc are
iromjw.. II ni.:,: ., .
...... .v.. v. KiiuiK truing on mere, no one
meaitojean tell when olher shinplaster concerns may
cialsf?bursl up. S. Louis Herald. ' .
f.Tjprtremf nt In Infaonlsflc J)f nflslri
DR. S. If. ANDERSON would tclLliy)
Infora tlie citizens cf llanmbaland courJrft
especially', that ho ia inserting rleelh on an Iin- '
proved , plan,, whuih, for. ifsj wlabtatior) fya
functions of maslioalion cannot io sujiaii-l.,
Dr A. will gunraniee toany person who wants
ular or badly deformed, from' the; losV'oP them
and absorption that ha wrtl jnuke, then; a, sat,
lhat will antagonize or alnit together aa nai.iJ
ly and as perfectly She firM'time-ihetar ni
Un mouth, without any grinding; or" ftTttrinjft"'tiir
their Natural teeth ever did. Any prrsoii (k Ift-J
ng evidence of this, if they will call oil Di-.MW
he will show tlicra several entire upper n l
lower sets rieht here in the eitv; adi Ul Uisa
judge for 'themselves.' ' P.irtirsilar itfntlr '
given to the treatment of all diseases o("t''
mouth, and the mal-po'sition of the teeth. 51
All operations warranted, and charges teasoiiftg
able. ..,.) t- t-a, '
N. B. Persons from 'ihe conntrr y?itR!
work done, and being unWpiaintc'ifjvith 1hes
true merits and skill ot ihe Dentists in (his cily,
would do well to itiqaire here irilht city, where
they are both known. :
Office over Britllngliam's Drug Sf lire.' U
h?vdv L,.hln,, by ,hKe,r- C.vTg Rice, Mr.
Mo W0Lf,E Lick CfMkt Rlla eounly,
On the tVh, bv the sum. Mr. BENJAMIX UV-
v..k i U ... ai'-B liUuioiAnA, aiiiriuer or Hen-
thes. ,y c. WOLFE, til of Ralls county, Mo.
mnl, r MKA7.
. iIIANMBAL. ? . .
) coasscTKo r.irrsT wsphkebat tTtmiro.
p.re; and even in Russia, where an almost in- , kJgJlL;l WHKAT,
surmountable barrier exists, the laws there nro- r - m ,
hibiting the entree of Patent medicines, Hollo-f H renK,,ntI7 "'V '- . nr.
way's ingenuity has been at work, and obviates I In Senats on we oui '., " . .
this difficulty by forwarding supplies to his Crow, the bill to provide for the management of
Airent nt O.kssa. a nnr silimled on the Black itlm Penitentiary, was taken up.
n" . .... t . 1 r l.:n ftHnrMl an nmAnrlmMrt hrnvl.
n favor of the revolution.
611 the evening of the 10th, President
Cevulos.finding Congress refractory, played
ihe part of Cromwell introduced n large
body ol soldiers into the hall and cleared it
of the members at the point ol the bayonet.
On the same evening he issued a decree
tailing a National Convention to meet at
the Capitol on the 15th of June, to reform
ihe constitution, elect anew President, and
exercise legislative powers. lie also gave
orders to ihe government troops to cease
hostilities against Urnga.
Two new paper have been started, ad
vocating the return of Santa Anna.
In California a proposition is on foot to
run a steamer to the head of navigation of
the Colorado river, within 400 mile of
Great Salt Lake City, and to which point
the Mormons will undertake to build a rail
road from their capital.
Commenting on the Governor's Message
vetoing tha Platte County Railroad bill, the
St. Joseph Gazette savs :
"The Pacific and Hannibal roads must be
Sea, where they filter surreptitiously, by vari.
011s channels, inlo the very heart of the empire
Africa has not been forgotton by this inderaiiga
ble man, who has an agent on the river Gambia:
also at Sierra Leone, the plague spot of the
world, the inhabitants readily avail themselves
of the Ointment and Pills; thus we can show
our renders that Holloway has made the com-1
lilete circuit of the elobe, commencing with In
dia, and ending, as we do, with the Cape of Goo J
Hope, where his medicines ore published in the
Dutch nnd English languages: and while speak
ing of Dutch, we have heard that he has made
large shipintnts to Holland, and is about adver
tising in every paper or periodical published in
that Kingdom: we might add that he also start
ed his medicines in some parts of France; in
some portions of Germany; as also in some por
tions of the Italian States. We have been at
some little trouble to collect all these facts, be
cause we fear tliat the article before alluded to,
"the Art or making Money," because it is cal
culated to lead people to spend their means, in
the hope, (as the author states,) of making a
hundred thousand pounds in six years for their
pains, by holding up as on easy example to fol
low, such a man as Holloway, who is really a
Napoleon in his way. Many have the means,
but have they the knowledge, ability, energy,
judgment and prudence necessary? Failing in
any one of these requisites, a totul loss is certain.
Holloway is a man calculated to undertake any
enterprise requiring immense energies of body
and mind. He has made a large fortune by his
labors: and is, we should suppose, every day
greatly increasing his wealth. Of course it is
not to our interest to deter the public irom ad
vertising; but, as guardians of their interest, we
think it our incumbent duty to place a lighthouse
upon what we consider a dangerous shoal,
which may perhaps sooner or later prevent ship
wreck uiid ruin to the sanguine and inexperien
ced about to navigate in such waters.
The editor of the Edinburgh Review, in 0
number published three years ago, staled, lhat
lie considered he was making a desirable be
united at this point and the great iVjIc ; q'est 10 posterity, by namiing uown 10 inem 1 ue
;, he mined from hire, hence to the amount of talent and ability required by the
There are 400,000 Indians west of the Mis
Sissippi. - ...
The Palmyra Whlg'ol the 17th, says: "The
election for offioess of the Bank at this place
came off on .laturday last. There was but one
change made, viz: in the office of Bank Attor
nev. .Thoa. L. Anderson, Esq., being elected
Bank Attorney in the place of Messrs. Lipscomb
and' Rush." ,
Late on Saturday evening 12th inst., a fire
broke out in the barn of Mr. Silas Fesgan, a
short distance frorn Palmyra. The building was
entirely consumed, together with four horses,
harness, forty barrels of corn, a large quantity
.of hoy, &c.
rA storm occurred on the Ohio on 12th !Jt.,
which Injured some boats lying at the wharf,
Dr. Hawks, of New York City, regards the
testimony in Putnam's Magazine, as sa(isfac-
tory, which goes to prove that a Rev. Mr. Wil
liams, of New York, an Episcopalian Missionary
among the Indians of that State, is Louis XVII,
son of Louis XVI, the beheaded King of France.
The flames of Cotopaxi a volcano of the An
des near 19,000 feet high once arose from the
water 3,000 feet, an 1 its roarings were heard
i young lady by the name ot King was
jwnfrooi her horse, in Ray 'cour.ty. some
days ago, and instantly killed.
The Board of Brokers in St. Louis h.-.ve de
cided to reject the notes of ihe Wisconsin, Mu
rine and Fire Insurance Coinpuny.
Onandaga suluf salt is as good as Turk's
Island for packing purposes.
Cspt. Ericsson has received orders for about
300 of bis culorio engines.
More riots are threatened on tho Pacifio Rail
Jeflerson Cily, Feb. 16.
Senate bill laying off the State into Congres
sional Districts passed without crossing a T or
dotllniran I, by ayes 81, noes 33. Various
aim udinents were offered and voted dovu.
present class of large advertisers. At that pe
riod Holloway's mode of advertising was most
prominently set forth: and il these remarks
conjointly with his, should descend to a genera
tion to come, it will be known to what extent
the subject of this article was able to carry out
his views, together with the consequent expend
iture in making known Ihe merits of his prepa
rations to nearly the whole world. Pictorial
Times, a London Weekly Paper.
Jefferson City, Feb. 17.
A bill to tax merchants and grocers was
passed after considerable discussion. The bill
provides for an ad valorem tax on the amount of
all goods and merchandize received lor sale, ex
cept articles the growth or produce of other
States. Keepers of dram shops, billiard tables,
etc., to pay licence under the present law.
A bill annronriatinor thirty thousand dollars
for improvements to the Lunatic Asylum
Acts incorporating Lagrange, Clarksville and
Act incorporating German Benevolent Asso
ciation 01 ralmyra 1'assed.
Bill, hereafter there shall be elected but ona
Justice in Mason township, Marion oouuly
Jefferson City, Feb. 18.
Mr. Gotschalk presented a remonstrance
ninety-four feet long, signed by over five thou
sand citizens of St. Louis, sgtinst the Maine
Iinir lhat each convict on being released, shull
be allowed the sum of ten dollars to pay his ex
penses home. Adopted. ' -
Mr. Younff offered an amendment, providing
that the Warden shall classify the prisoners, see
that proper food and clothing are furnished,
nnd in case of sickness, proper care is taken of
Ihem. and always have regard tor their relorma
Also, an amendment, striking out the lGih
section, which provides that if die Warden, with
the anorobation of the Inspectors, deems it prop
er, he shall hire out Ihe convicts to work on the
Pacific Railroad contiguous to the I'emlciiliury
Mr. Crow offered on amendment, providing
for the removal of iusane sonvicts to the Luna
tic Asylum, when the Governor is fully satis-
lied ot the insanity, ami li-r ineir re-iranier
when the malady is cured. Auopteu.
Washington, February 10.
The bill establishing the territory of Wash
ington, was passed, and the bill establishing a
territorial government in Columbia und Nebras
ka, was debated in Committee of the whole.
After debate, passed the Nebraska territorial
bill, and adjourned.
Dates from Oregon are to 3d January. The
weather was very severe, with a large quantity
of snnw. Many overland emigrants had arrived I
in a destitute condition. The snow is reported
ten feet deep on t'ae Calapooga mountains.
Intelligence irom fuget's sound itoine win
December." The citizens of Northern Oregon
met in convention and adopted a memorial to
Congress for the erection of a new Territory
So great was the scarcity of provisions in the
mining districts, lhat in some places floar had
been sold at $1 50 per pound.
Jefferson City, Feb. 17.
An act incorporating the Independence, Lib
erty and Platlsburg Railroad Comp iny passed.
Also, Warsaw and Pjcific Railroad bill passed.
Neither bill asks for Slate credit.
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CHrCKENS,V dozen, -BUTTER,
LAUD, . - -
ONIONS, - - -BEANS,
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WOOL, - "
SUGAR Brown, .
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HAY.Vewt., . .
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KFrTtorMt.nitT nn UnnS MV rt h Striwn-tr-rfir
VINIilNIA ToUCL'lh ftttlW' . .,1 ud..
MNI1 T()IIA( i; . (r..r. ami rj) ki:i.U V I SlMll'K.
MKLKK and COMMON l'li;A14'-in.l .,,1,1. J
krpt ilxlr line. Awri ai iherlrn ofllm
. Big Indian. ,, ,t
No. 03 Olive-at., bet. Second & -Third,
"- t. Msata, MtK'-'-t (' w
Manufacturer of - '' iw l
Pure Alcohol and FuU 'SplntVCiKy
proof required. Also Spirit . Gas, I'tiosgeas U'
Chemical od and campbena, wariauUd e(-a suuerius
Haflbli'b3 6m 00 '"0",bl(e ltTmi'
Public Sale. .. lr
the REMAINS OF, THE, CALABOOSE, for
""'.X J- T.. WAVId,
fen' 2t Street Comuiissioue
Hannibal Female Seminary. :'
Tlie second term br this ins'ilution wlll'commence
Monday, January I7lti, in the basement of the Baptist
Church, comer of Fourl b arnt Cliulcli stieeh.
MISS M. M 8MITK, Principal. ' '
"MI8S H. A PATHICK, Assistant TeatHeVll
$3 00)flrq'rof 12 weeks.
8 01) '" - 'l
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i " us)
st, . j'
I.; U Vft '
lf a I
Middle Class, '
Pencil Drawing, 1
Painlint in Water CjIots.
Paint it. n in M.HKX-hromalic, 00 materials incMed.
faint in j in Oil Colors, - 8 Ui) par rfx ol' It' oraeksi .
music, vocai ana insiru- " ' ' .ii"8
mental, ' - 9 00 ; - i ,
" mi'- l ' 4
Ttiis may certify, that t, the on-trmipnrt,: bavins;
been acqn.mted wnb Mis Martha M. Hunlb-tVata iiwr
childhood, do now recommend her as a tracker, 'ems a
; 9 90'i4 00
, x'i 10
91 W2 00
. 'k W
15 ' ii
3J t 37
M- lias langht school not lar from where I 4iv, awl" I be--
lievc she has always riven erect-sat blacthm. I like
wise have been aeouainted witir th nanmla( MMa
Sml'h tip ward i of thirty yean, a' frailly 'tort MtMrh
reipec'ed by all who are acquainte.1 with' llteia, aadf
know they anejriot' Roman Cjlholies, and nevsi ' liva
been, but are trim Protestants, for I hava 'worshiped
ill the same church with Ihem for year. ' m
' JOSEPH SNELUXO.-'
' ' - Minister in M. E C.'"
Metliom, 1aew.bc tlth,18oi. .. t "i
MANUFACTURER and dealer in Italian sad
American Marble. He has DOW on band a cood
assortment, and will furnish on the shortest notice,
Marble Mantel pieces;
Fine Parlor and Chamber Grates;
Counter and 4Vab Stiud
Statuary ' '
And every other description of MARBLE WOBK
at low prices. tT Call at his Marbla Yard epnoU
lue Brady House, nanniori. mo,
Having been acquainted Willi Miss Maitha Mi
(tmilh,a former resident of this tewn, bjt now Priii
eipal of the Hjiiuibal Female Seminary, (near bt.
Louis,) I esteem her a lady of virtue and intelligence,
worthy of Iba confidence of Hie christian and eilitea
liont communitv. It is honed she will find patrons in
at 75', ai 00 tti West, among those who wish to educate then- ehil
. T. . I , i ,i i j . ... . i' . ........ .
S)4 OOaVl uo uren, anu ainvus iiiw innw. v. h.iuvha
Pastor of lha Baptist Church, Lawrence, Mass.
, . , . .. . t l i "' t t'h
I do hereby certify that Mijs Harriet A PtrickS
been a teacher in this Institution, and gave enod satra.
taction to all, and do most cheerfully lacommend he
to public confidence, as a yonnc lailv f refined tast.
excellent morl characler, aud well qualifieo ta teach;
and I trust she wilt receive (what she truly- meitlnl
a wherever she my b located.- '
ANNA P. 8II.L. "
To Ihe People.
I WOULD sol.eit the special mention ofa'1 parsons
who know themselves indebted to we, to he fact
.k.t u.ii, ti r.B,n,r.w.ia of . this Tit 1 am DE
TERMINED to close up all of my old accounts, either
u I! iAll nr KfkTK' and lhat ail tail V Call ilid DrOrp!
action on the part of every one of in y debtors will I
. . k LI. .......
ounce sour numoie siu.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Coiuiaibiou aud Forwardiug House
liberal patronage '
. . Prineinal u Rock ford Female SeaihiarrV '
Rockford, Nov. Hi, 185. t -v.....
We, the undersigned, from our acqraintance wit ;
tha Misses Bmiih and PalneK. feel lully justilred in
lecoinmendinR thenr to the ciliaens of Hannibal aa
Teachers highly qualified to instinct in tho vanada
branches which they propose to teach .Tha thoe
ough diteipline of their own mt.-ds. ar.d their suocaM
as teachers, render I hem valuable iratcictort of ottittm,
both as lo the diocipltna of tha mind, and ihicultivau
tion of the moral aud BJCraf nalnre and -is think tkt;
youth of any place biglily favaieU, who eta enjeythi
advauuges ol meir imiriH w.'y
n. ni. riArsu.'i - .; "
Pastor of tho Cangregaiimiai Ciuirc'u. Byron, XiV "
. . . : J. M RUS8KLU M IV. i.r
HKNKY WHEELOCK, T. Vtt
i -S. P. KIMBALL, M. D. . rtcl
Brron. III. Nor. 0. 1852. . . , , f febS-3h1 - S
JOSCrll MOGRIDGB. FSANCIS MCFACL.
Mogridge & McFaul,
(Late Twichell fc Mogridge,)
Corner Coi.imerctal and Pine streets, St. Louis.
CONSIGNMKN S and CoinmiisionS will meet with
nromrit and nersonal aitentiun, and liberal casa
diiM will be given ou Coiungiimeiils or B,lls of
Lading la ftaad.
The lorwanline and leceivii.f of merchandire and
produce will meet with especial caie and dispatch) Ihe
lewest rates or freight will always be procured, and
the txpense ol sturaga and diayan as much as possi
Orlers for purchasing filled at the slioiisil nonce
and lowest Market prices.
J. F- Wal h,
Paes av Baron,
Chrles, Blow k Co.
Choteau k alle, I
Doan, King fc Co. ' J ' '
Blow t Match, )
Frost 4s Forrest, 1 Maw York.
Charles A. Maig,
T. C. Twkhall at Co , New Orleans
W tiav' mn niun nAlicw nf llkauralice. which will
.MM .U.hiMmMi.t. i. M,r .,lrtrs. when advised by
letter par soail, or when endoised on biMs o4. Misg
before, or at lha lima of shipment. ..,. "
MOORIDGE H McFAUL.
Bt. Louis, Jail. 89, 1833. lbyr
CUBA 6,uTlF.eAXlA CIGARS, for sale by;
Julys S. A. INSLEE H CO.
otuvav nill-SR ARROW.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
t CORNER of Hill and Fourth Slieels, Hanuib!,
J M ssouri.
The subscribers beg respectfully to inform tha in
i..v,;iani. r Harm. h. I and vicinity, that they are pre
.. I in .nt.r inlo contracts to any amount for the
ireciioaol chuiches, dwellings, Stores, tc, or the
tu per intending of Iba erectioo of the sama, tc.
v II Tl,.w ra alia nrenared to sunnly plans and
snecifualions of every descri;tion. Buildings erected
on moderate terms. Property taken in pait payment.
RiftrfcuT. McDanuold, .,
J. rry, ...
P. F. Magher, ArcbttecL
.DOAN, DO., -.
WHOLESALE DEALERS Hi- STAPLE ' ANl
- FANCY - - ' ?
D R Y GOO D S f;.T4
' Boat. 123 suhrl' 125, ' " ' '""'I -'UMON
TVOAN, KINO v CO. wish U direct tha alteutia i
XJ of Western Merchant to tha extent and vane, r
ot tha stock of DRY GOODS, which they stfet fa,
i . it.... .(nr.. k. vi ....i i -i it.:.
HIV 1 LOT ..i.., .v . .M mwm " wun... uw.iw.a.n
Main street, tUmt luit. Metcbsnts caa always liwl
htra avery arliclsof fancy and staple dry goods usaatty
a anted, as the slock I kept full Uugngliout sha ysvr,'
by weakly shipments from tha senior parluar, who re
sides in New York. ' ' . . '-
11AKLESG MAHTIN. WM. 1
Mar tin & Brother,
No 118 Mate St, St L nis
No. 113 Broadway, Ha To k. ,
fill be commenced with a slock of. Five W-
Thousaad Dollars, aud wa wish "J tii
lower prices in St. Uu.f PV, t
a retail sioca ai, in.i" " w ,
We make this r ny tluns? like a waist,
lor the spru
mercuf EVENING, MARCH It, ISM.
1'lie Hannibal and New London Xlauk Road,
MAMMOTH STOCK OF SPRING . Wu& Bridge will b completed by h Srst of
I) Iti (D 'tf IBJt 1 1st My. The work is progressing o ends
' . uiu.. w. .Fth.l tmvtlnn nf fll l
New London and the briJe.
Wa aie now raanufaciuriim lha v"tl Cell
complete STOCK of SPRING CI'
IWa.l lu lha Publia and h Ihe ftr- v -
it comnleled. Our FALL 8A tuken from the
out expectations, lhat vm wet.n. Keow Dela.!lnff
and were compelled to dua- fouudlob. ttw Law
laers. But lot ma appro-".
deavor lo maDufaclura a J in wheal ana rye
iavot us with their patneated lhat :&he woman
or ereal Dantaina. aa h. hn,iu i.n.1 hwn an
than those porcaasao a.
Ca,l,aMat wa wUI '
In the Lyceum, at Palmyra, last Friday eveit
(j, the taabjeot odabate was tha Maine Liquor'
At the conclusion of the discussion, a '
vote was taken, a.id.ouly three foted in opp-jji-. ,, -
tion to the law. - .. N
fjn the 2tith July, 1852, Congress voted
500, to furnish, pay for and deliver to Jf new; ,
members of CnrJr'!,,, " Cotigressioiial Clo-M
IT Motto-Urge 8aV, li'V'lli.'.aiul Appendix, and the Annals of Congress. -. , (
m sp & i m - sf ivua puu wvi' wv-w i t . . . m. . a
t 'delihcinte rjbuery ol the ireasury.
'o. US Bioadway
u Louisville. f
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