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HANNIBAL JOUKNAL, JUNE 23,4853.
THURSDAY MORMMO, JUNE 23, 1851 ,
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t ,4 FIRST BATS SCHOOL.
i)atvt'u,dij,'evenng w dropped Into Dr.
Washington's clioul room. There hutl been no
preparation for nn examination, but tlie scholurs
correctly Answered question upon their studies,
asked nt random ; and lliey iliowed ut the tumt
time an understanding of principles and ideas,
as welt as a tecollcction et words.
By he use of well selected school books,
close attention, and judicious system, the Doc
tar has managed to advance his scholars surpri
. singly. The plan of teaching scholars lo analyse
the langunge is one not in common use, though
it makes them Acquainted in a short time with
the meaning and orthography of some 13,000
words, and in such a manner as indelibly to im
press the knowledge upon the mind of the
scholar. So that in writing or conversation,
difficulty will scarcely ever occur, either as re
gards the meaning or orthography of a word.
We have thought proper to cull special attention
to this point, not merely on account of its nov
elty, but because it relates to so very important
part of education.
About the first of next September Dr. Wash
ington will commence a First Class Female
Seminary in this city having secured a suffi
cient number of scholars to justify him in be
ginning, inai lie is capauie oi conducting sucii
an institution, is attested not only by the high Young is only a Brummagen specimen of
recommendations he brought with him to this . the article "Codlin's the man, not Short;"
place, but upon actual trial he has proved him- and it is probable that lie found some uf the
self an excellent teacher, and so convinced all 'saints who believed him. The day of Haul
the parents of his scholars, who arc well ! ,ias returned, nnd Anti-Christ is abroad I
pleased, we believe without exception, with the , A mieelin i;,1,fd ,0 llenr the eiders on
progress their children have made. the subject ol Clad, fn's revelations. It is
, We should think our citizen, would feel dis- f jl' "aclc. Hie saints asscm
,. . . , . , . bie eac;eilv. The men ni there in hun-
posed to sustain such a Seminary as Dr. Wash- .ireds, some of Hu m accompanied by seven
tngton will open in September. It isexpensive! wives, nil of whom seem to "love their
o send children away from home, for schooling,! lonU." Elder Pratt is in the cluir.
and, besides, by attracting scholars from abroad. 1 Up taisea the Prophet of theatre Brig
the city receives direct advantage in reputation, ',a" Voting. Htf snkt on the part of God.
nd by increased outlays of money amon us. M pitches into Gladden. Great sensation.
The speuker gets excited. Jits eloquence
A larCe new book store will shortly be j assumes a practical tone. Gladden suffers
opened in the brick building on Main street, in every seuteucn. The prophet smashes
formerly occupied by the Philadelphia Clothing him be-meai' him all over taunW and
Store. j 'oi tmes him in fact, in his own unequivo-
r t xt "a . 7 1 , - , k"'l langiiiige, "gives him hell!" fladden
Dr. U. N. Anderson, formerly editor ot ihe is w,ere; the Gladdenites are conscience
Whig Messenger, has opened a Drug Store np-' Sn u,k. Giadden's wife (one of them)
posile the City Hotel. j comes in for her share ; the women are in
The Jeannie Deans bcTrmble to obtain a j ladden's children are sneered
crew on Mnnrinv pvpiimcr. ttA nnt l,.:nn S . mi '
Louis until eight o'clock Tuesday mnrnine, ar
riving here the same evening at sight o'clock
one sundred nnd forty-eight miles in twelve
!,.,,. t ,i ..: i -i- ... .i . i I
muncsi inp wc ueiieve Willi rias
been made from St. Louis to Hannibal. She
brought St. Louis papers o:' Tuesday morning's
Mr. P. A. Hickman has bought out his bro
ther, ft. G. Hickman, and removed the hardware
tore to the present location of his stove and tin
tore, on the corner of Main and Bird streets.
We have received a copy of the "Jefferson
City Democrat," a new German paper estab
lished ut Jefferson City, in this State.
New Orleans, June 13.
Since the recent decision of the Supreme
Court, bonds of tho New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Western Railroad have been sold to the
amount of $000,000.
New York, June 17.
The Black Warrior has arrived with 1G2
passengers. She left Havana on the morning
, of the 12th, and confirms the landing of 1,000
slaves on the south side of the Island from the
ship Lady Suffolk, which, after the slaves were
landed, was scuttled and sunk. Several thou
sand slaves have been landed on the Island du
ring the past six months' No political
A Spanish war steamer was being hastily
prepared for some secret service. Two British
war steamers were in port.
The schooner Cora, prize to the Buzzard,
has been declared to have been illegally cap
tured. The publication of the Cronica is soon to be
SusQBEn axna, Broome Co.. N. Y., June 1(1.
. The engine exploded yesterday on the Erie
Railroad, killing eleven persons nnd wounding
several; among the killed is Arnold, (he engin
eer. -Three women are supposed lo have been
blown into the river.
Philadelphia, June 1G.
The Democratic Convention concluded the
election of the ticket for county officers. Col.
Jonn L. Murphy was chosen as the candidate
for Marshal of the Police.
Baltimore, June 17.
The New Orleans mail of Saturday is re
ceiveddates from Galveston to 4th. Infor
mation has been received of the massacro ol
Herbert's surveying party on Bed river by the
Washeta jndians; only one man escaped.
New York, June 17.
By the Black Warrior wc learn that the chol
era was raging fearfully on some estates in the
interior of Cuba, and the small pox was commit
ting great ravages at Mat.mzas and other towns.
The city of Havana was healthy; weather very
riTTSDi'Rfiii, June 17.
River two feel and seven inches. Wether
warm, with light clouds.
, Cincinnati, June 17.
River has fallen three iuches; weather cloudy
Tha markets eontiuue very dull, and bo change
since noon report
New York, June 18, r. m.
Flour Sales 4 G2 a 4 C8, Ohio 4 08 a 4 87 ;
market firm, with no upward tendency. South
ern $5 a $5 50. Sales 40,000 bushels com,
mixed 64 l-2c; yellow Glo plenty. Tobacco
Kentucky 5 a 8 1-2, steady. Whisky
Ohio 22c, easier. Sales pork Mess $15 31;
. prime $13 a $13 25, easier. Mess beef $12
75c, steady. Beer h .ms $13 70.
io hip niadt of in n, or propelled by
steam, lias ever, says the Jour mil f Con
purer, bun btrtu k by Ityhtiiing.
From th New Orleans Delta.
PREACHING UT DESKB.ET.
We have received the official paper of
the Mormon settlemen' nt the Great Sail
Luke, bearing date- April 2d, and contair,
ing a graphic report of a recent sermon
from the President and High piiest, Brig
ham Young. We have lead it with infin
ite snrrprise ar.d considerable amusement.
It is very suggestive, nnd throws more light
on the social life of the Saints than a thou
sand essays by traveling scribblers or the
most elaborate reports of intelligent ob
servers. Our first ami most important deduction
from brother Young's discnurse, is the fact
that disaffection is beginning to appear in
the saintly ranks, and several persons who
have been admitted to the "fellowship" arc
inclined to regaid Joe Smith a a mon
strous Hum., and President Biiahsm as
"little better than one of the wicked.''
Truly, there are signs of wrath in Israel,
and shapes ol horror in Sinai I
It appears that a man named Gladden
Bishop, has come to the conclusion that the
life of a high priest is not to be sneezed at,
and accordingly, without any official au
thority has assumed the right to preach,
and utters sentiments which are derogato
ry to the dignity of the President. lie
announces that he has seen visions and held
confidential chats with angels, which are
exclusive privileges of the legitimate rulers,
and not at all allowable in an outsider. lie
aMerU t1!U nQ is tie ,ruo apostle, and
: it lii leham !" And he does "no itJ
. ... . ...J . r . ! . t"
the following sentences show:
"I sav asiain. vou Gladdenites. do not
court persecution, or vou will iet more
than you want, and it will come quicker
1 than vou want it. I say to vou Lisbon do
not allow them to 'reach in your wards.
Who broke the roads to these vallevs?
Did this little misty Smith, and his wife ?j
Xo ; they staid in St. Louis while we did it, I
peddling ribbons and kissing the gentiles.
I know what they have done here; they
have asked exorbitant prices for their nasty,
stinking ribbons, (voices, "that's true.")
We broke the roads to this country. Now,
you Gladdenites, keep your tongues still,
lest sudden destruction comes upon you."
We rather think the Gladdenites must
have looked blue after that. But worse
awaited them. The Prophet is not done
with them; while a lag of their rascalit)
exists, he will tear it to tatters. As he gets
forward with his discourse, he claps more
steam on. He threatens nn explosion ; the
eyes of the men flash, and the women
scream with excitement. The Saints are
becoming a little profane, when, lo ! Brig
ham Young who alone has the privilege
of visions catcl'es sight of a dream, which
he pursues, gets hold of, and retain, until
all its wonders are laid before the audience.
Mark the phraseology of the Inspired One !
"Then I saw two ruffians whom I knew
to be mombers and murderers, and they
crept into a bed where one of my wives
and children were; I said, vou that call
yourselves brethren, tell me is this the fash
ion among you ? They said, O, they are
good men, they are gentlemen ; with that I
took my large Bowie Knife that I used to
wear as a bosom pin in iSauvon, and cut
one of their throats from ear to ear, saving
go to hell across lots. The other one said
"vou dare not serve me so." 1 instantly
"prang nt him, t-izvil him by the hair of the
head, und bringing him (town, cut his thrnat
and sent him alter his comrade ; then told
them both if they would behave themselves
tiny .should yet live, but if they did not
would unjoint their necks. At this I
"I say, rather than that apostates shall
flourish here I will unsheath my Bowie
Knife and conquer or die. (Great commo
tion in the congregation, and a simultane
ous burst of feeling assenting to the declara
tion.) ftow, you nasty apostates, clear
out oi judgment will bu put to the line, and
rioluuousiiess to the plummet. (Voices
izeneralW'. iro it. l'o it. If vou sav it is
right, raise your hands. (All hands n p.) :
Let us call upon the Lord, to assist us in
this, and evei v good work."
What does "Gladden think of thatT That
allusion to the Bowie Knife, which "1 woie
as a bosom-pin in Nauvoo,'' is anything but
pleasant, and Brother Giadden's mission
d'jes not seem to be an eneviable one.
Perhaps he has a crnvenient breast-pin too,
and does not mind.
There is rough vigor assmedly ii the
blasphemous preaching of Deserel 1
rr7"The United States l'anner mentions
the case of a German who hired, in the
neitihboiliood of New York, live acies of
land for. sewn years ot n onnuol rent
i . a sis ri i,. i
one hutulied dollars. Wheu ho tevan he
had not money enough lo piy fwr his
horse and cart, ami In seven years he had
cleared three thousand dollar .from his
gni'dcn. Willi the money he wai able to
puu'ha.'f t I'ann.
Another Dctcher Horrible! George
Lake, a clock and watch repairer, nnoT man of
good habits, and industrious, residing in the
town of La Grange, killed his two children, aired
two and four years, on Tuesday afternoon, with
an axe. He also, with the same instrument,
struck Ins wife on the head, inflicting a severe
wound, which must prove fatal. He was ar
rested on the, same day armed with a pistol,
sword and rifle. He wis shot by his captors
anl wounded in the shoulder. It has betn as
certained that his fire-arms were useless, for
want of percussion caps. Lake lias been in
our jail charged with an attempt on the life of
his brother-in-law, by shooting at him with a
rifle. He is said to have always shown great
fondness for his children. What the immediate
cause for this horrible treble murder was. we
do not learn. f Potighkeepsie American.
Washington, June 10. Adrew J. Mor
rison shot his wife and a clerk nnmeJ W.
II. Hester, under peculiar circumstances.
There are various complicated accounts,
the inoit reliable one is this :
Morrison married six months ago a young
and handsome woman. Suspecting impro
priety of conduct in her, he toldher he
would be absent sometime. She notified
Hester, who (subsequently called on her.
Morrison, in the meantime, having watch
ed their movements, spiang on them sud
denly and found them in his chamber, both
undiessed. He drew a revolver and fired
three or four shots, one of which took ef
fect on Iles'.er, the ball passing through his
body, another through the arm and side of
his wife, wounding her seriously. Morrison
was committed. Hester being informed bv
his physician that lie rnight not survive but
a fe w minut.ci, made ft statement to Capt.
I'Cudard, that he had no criminal intention,
and that he could fully account for being
caught in the predicament.
P. S. Sullivan, of Cincinnati, has been
offered the appointment of Secretary of
Legation to Chili.
Mew York, June 1G. This evening a
fire occurred in Maiden-Lane, in the fancy
goods store of Mr. Purdv. Porter, a fire
work dealer in the fifth story, where the
lire Drolte out, let hunselt down to the thud
story by the windows when the fireworks
exploded. He fell and was killed. It U
feared that Purdy and his clerk were killed
by the explosion, as they have not been
Baltimore, June IG. All the coal hand?
in the Cumberland and Allegheny mines
nave struck lor an advance of wages.
There are only 9,000 bushels of coal in
Bt'rm and Lot of Life.
Tunchin Camp Grove, neai Chandler-
ville, in Macomb county, was visited on
Sunday week last, by a dreadful tornado.
It extended in width about 100 vards, and
seveial ni'les in length. It twisted off large
trees, destfoved houses, cattle and sheep.
The house of Mr. Francheau was destrov-
ed, and his daughter, about 12 years old,
was killed. A son of Josenh Goblee was
also so seriously injured I that his recovery
is very doubtful. The fathers of theje
children, to-joilier with William Lucas nnd
Iarrison Dear, wore also severely injured.
t ortious ol furniture were carried over
a mile. A subscription of S1S0 was imme
diately raised for the relief of the utVcr-
era. Qjincy Whig, 13th.
BAD ACCIDENT At"hOUBTON.
We lenrn that 11 young rnun by the name of
Frazier Eccles ucciilentally sliot liimself r.t
Houston, on batunlny the 11th lust. He hiul
taken out his gun for the purpose of shooting
rats. Soon after, the report of his gun was
heard, and he was heard to call for help. It
was found tluit he was shot in the left side, the
11 penetrating the stomach. Us lived hut
a lew hours, nnd did not give a definite account
or t tie accident, lie said that the gun was
"leaning towards him" and went off accidentally.
lie was un industrious and worthy young man,
und leaves u large circle of relatives and iriends
to mourn his untimely death. We sincerely
svmpatliize with them in this sau allliction.
A Den ok Counterfeiters. The Police of
Covington for some time past lwd been narrow
ly observing the movements of certain suspi
cions characters, and night before hist enterej
the house of one of them named heeler, of
whose guilt they had become satisfied, and com
menced a seurch. In a drawer they found $800
of well executed counterfeit notes. Wheeler
protested that ho was innocent until this dis
covery w is made, and then in an instant jumped
head foremost through a window, and in suite
of the best efforts of the officers, made good his
escape. An associate of the rascal was arrest
ed and lodged in jail. Cin. Cou.
Dheadi ul Cash aLtt. On Wednesday last,
the 8th inst., whila some workmen w ere en
caged in the stone quarry, Patrick Winslow
was dreadfully injured by a blast to which he
returned, supposing the match had been ex
tinguished. The eaplosion was tremendous
cutting off his hand, mangling In face, and tear
ing his eyes from their sockets. It r believed
tint he will survive but hisenso is a bad one,
and claims the watchful compassion of our citi
zens. Padueah Jour.
On Saturday morning lasl young man,
named John Hubbard, (a ship carpenter,) was
accidentally shot, and in the evening died uf his
wound. Ho nnd a party of friends were start
ing on a hunting excursion, and had just got in
to a skiff when a eun, loaded with shot went off,
taking effect in Hubbard's face. One eye was
destroyed; and his face otherwise badly man
gled. -Cin. Jour.
Jj"One of Torn Moore's tihituaries
Here lies John Shaw,
Attorney at Law)
And when he died
The devil cried,
(jive us your paw,
Attorney nt Law!
I Lnekoy or CifABACrta. We admire the
ofj P;y Ht ?. Ul?icn.J-. There i. a specie,
i I of nobleness and dignity in it. The man win
is so fortunate us to possess such a character,
must Le respected, when this energy is employ
ed in a good and worthy course; and when the
busy mind is sunk in leaden sleep, science ihul!
weep over departed glory, und society mourn
un irreparable Ios.
2"i" The Morris (III.) Yeoman Mates that
not long since, while some men were digging in
a coal bank near the canal, they exhumed the
From ll.ecord.troy cloth in which the legs were
encased, the cords ami seann.of which are per-(
fectly defined, it is supposed to be the body of
one of the Irish laborers engaged in the construe
lion of the canal. The limbs are nearly perfect
and lire completely tratisfored into stone.
Some ladies will forgive silliness, but. none
ill-manners: and there are but few capable of
judging otyour learning or your genius but all
of your behavior.
Hanuibal Wholesale Market.
Hannibal. Mo., Junk Hi, IIjJ.
FLOUR Fine Cily Biands, $1.
' Supeifin, ' SI 50$l 73'
WHRAT-bO'aMte 'r bushel. .
CORN H.V.4.3lle V bushel.
()A'lH-25.i,Wc b.ishel. i
TOBACCO M f0-i$3 00 sj cwt.
II AY 10 ioOc 'f cwi.
SALT Kanawha, 4ici G. A. $1 80.
I.AKD-7 .ixe U. ,
TALI.OW BvvHc "o f.
CORN MEAL 40,'4.'c V bii1icl.
FHXSd.KD-75.r.c t buslitl.
WOOL 30''t?4e 'ij U
HUTTEit-SJflOe. V V.
Kt:Os5';(i,; -j4 dien.
AI'I'I.KS Dried, $1 10; Green,
I'KACIIES Dried, $1 60 illi-noue.
St'GAR 5'"i.7c f m.
M F.I.AsSES 3-V.i ttc V eallon.
COFFI F. 10' - lie V1 th-I'OTATOES-,i-h.
30'tnOei Sweet. $1 DO.
OXIONS-aO'i.iOc i bushel.
ItACON 5i(.,6: '
SiVNH CO L-1S25 r l)U,lel.
WHITE HKA,R-$1 00', $ 23.
WHIMiY City Riauds l"c V fiallon.
1UUK.S Dry tXJc; Green 3c.
RAsIXS-$3 SO if I.
SINCE n.y removal to the Hou-e I
nuw occupy, (Opposite the Ci'y
H'del.) my !-alc have so lar excee led
n.y expectations, th.it I have brcn
obliged to make ioniilerable additions
to in v fttoCK received within the last
t-W' days a gooil a-srtinent of
Boys' Coats, Pants & Vesta
Also, a kooiI assortment of Klack
S.ititi. watered sa'in, black fig ireel s Ik, Mrclt Italian
cioin, u .11, wnile, snl linreU Jleie lies Vest! extra
superior and ii:edi im-fi if linen ho-oin shirts; diawers;
blnCK sa'in and fancy color.d siIf adjusting s!ock;
sup blacK satin ciavat-; fancy silit cravars; indi r
shuts, 4tc , &.C., which in addilon tothe stoca on hand,
ituikcs the assoririient very complete, and w hich fur
Cash, t-h.tll be sold at a small profit. I know Die
lower (iOODS are sold, the larger the sales will be,
consequently both seller and purchaser benefited all
t ask is 1 fair chance.
C My goods t Know, will compare favorably with
any in the City. HIRAM McVEIGH, Agent.
Hannibal, June 23, lfo3 (II )
III AVE "everal pieces of land detached from my
farm by the I'lauU and Rail Itad, which I will sell
iu lots, from one to forty sen s. One lorly acre lot
three miles Irom Hannibal, on the Plank Koad leading
from Hannibal to New London, having on it a very fine
spring, a mulct of pure running ttock water, and one
of the most beautiful b li dm; spots in the Slate.
I w ill also sell five shares of S'ork in the Hannibal,
Ralls Countv and Paris P.auk ll jad.
Kor rent, a larj;e Store House on the Levy, three
stories h gli. Also, several lits for lease.
June'J3,l 53lw) IIIOS. MtDANXOLD.
"PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TIIlT
fiesolvrtl, by the General Assembly of (he Slate of
Mi-smii. (two-thirds of each home concurring there
in.) That all that territory now known as the county
of Schuyler, is heieby declaied lo constilu'c a consti
tutional coun'y, and as such thall be entitled to all the
privileges, civil and poi itical. w hich now belong to auy
county within the State of Missmiri.
Spesker of the Huue of R-presentaiives,
Piesnleiit i,f tht; Suaute.
Approved, FeVirnarv ?3. 153.
Okfick of Seci-tbv ok Statk.
I, John M. Hii haidon, Secretary of State, cei'ify
that the fon-goii g propn-ed amendment to the consti
tution of theS a'e of Missouri, is a true copy of the
01 initial roll on tile in my otlice
In tes'imony whereof, I have hereto set
my hand an i affixed the seal of said
oliice, at tiie ci;y of Jefferson, this
10;h June. I.r)3.
John M. RicnAnD-'ON.
SWIMIK III s i
June 23, l53-(w3t)
rrMlE undersigned proprietor, would respectfully in--1
Inim the public, tint he has just opened in e lett
and rl'g:nt stvle, the above house and knowii'K the
anticipations of his liiiii'ls, he assures them and the
public that his piide and ambition shall be satisfied,
nut only ty keeping a much better house than bas evei
been kept in this city, but that none shall excel him in
the K ate.
This is a tall pled:;, but try Min and you thall he
t.llliJlCtl. TV .U. .-IIWK1.
V H. Shoot. Jordan k Davis, in loimei'litm wi'h
llm house, have the laiiii st ai.d mcM splendid S'able
uiitsule of S'. Louis, in the S'ate, wheie the public can I
he acroiiiinodaied spfedilv wi'h .ale and fa-t horses,
line huies, cai r n;;es. or hacks, lor any de-tination.
Also the best feed and attention to horses or inuli . all
ai fair rates. (nytiwlf)
Daguerreoly pes !!
Hi I S,
I)esident Djfurrenn Artist, would simply re
i mind the citietisof H.innilial and surnmnel
iiur country that he is still taking pictures ut his
Gallery on Main street, over Willson's hardware
store, and would inform them, that from recent
additions to his stock, and his increased facilities,
he is now prepared to take pictures In a style
far superior to any heretofore taken in this city,
and ot reduced prices. Lull aim examine.
Biuitli & Dick's New Family Grocery,
on Market street
rpilEY take this method of intorining the e.tizens
A. of Hannibal nnd vicinity, that they have opened
a nw faniilv Eiocerv s'ore on Market street, iuimedi.
alely north of the market house, where they intend
keeping all kinds of Groceries suited to the retail trade.
We inli lid keeping ou hand all kinds of marketing, and
will be pleased lose our fiiendsat any lime when they
want anything in our hue. We have, and will conti
nue to keep Fresh Mi ats on hand during the wintei
season. As we have the best opportunily of purcha
sing Fowls, Vegetables, kc, it will be to every man's
interest to call anil esauin.e, ni iore purrujMi.n rise
w'lete, as we will have everything; that ran be ob
tained at the muiket bouse dm ins. the day.
novirtif SMITH A DICK.
ft is not vet determined svliore.
But C. W. BRYAN wants
At the Kt. I.euis Stove Store, for which he will (fie
in exchange, -
rttley'a 4'clebratfit Ir.niie r Oak. (did
Pioneer ( nvk tilwsesf
it ihe I (iil Cash Puce.
r St. Louis Stove Hoi, Main Stieet, two doors
North ol the Ura.ly Itmise. C. W. BKVAS.
IWTMAN fe BROTHER,
(Snrc."snr to Tcvli. Sorn L
IMPOI1TKH8 AND WflOLKiAI.K DEALERS I
FOREIGN AlM DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
.... ,,, ,,,,..-,.-, . .
NO. 07, MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO.
H-mmtN, j tlt" of lh f'irla ,f Y",IBn
Ilavinc sold oui Stock of Merchandize to MttMrs.
them too'tf liend and the mercantile tommunitt, as
wouid bespeak for tbcuia liberal iliar of tht Irudu of
We would repee!fii!ty eal! your at'en'.o t the card ard eWar.'"ln leaviOT'K'coliiiiS-.
Bus.rem and cain nsKinfe In (Its DRY GOODS Tia.le. we tm.l wt do so wnder try fwiMm tmL. 1
ces, having a Uik Cnuniry scquiiiitauca and a general knowledge, of lha trad of lha Wast, "
rrxv Jt " our inMition to keep, at all liuies, a large and comple assortment of
Best Quality and Latest Sty I eg,
v 11 I V ,ow " "? olh" I10"9- rr (-'h pon tha aual liuU, lo broofet hi
deis will r....,. nr.i ...i ;..., . . T. T.
. v win list a iiBiiiriii nupr III ma -ar ai.il t
lH W'f '!l'l'e1,,,,e 'Mends and asquaiutancv of the
can. a me oiu sranu. w nen tiiumo Una mrnbel.
l.ouis. Juie S3, 1853 II'"
Ad in nil thb uifTcrent Kinds of Good usually kept iu Hannibalff
We have just received the LARGEST AND THE MOST TASTY STOCK of all i-ina, of GW.
brought to ibis city, snd will sell the-n cheaper than we have ever seen Good, sell for West of W
Uly. e will sell to all of our old friends, goods on as reasonable terms as can be bought in ft. Loiiis.
wnolesale or Retail!
Don't believe a Word until vnn rnrna umi m.. f..r ritnnJu.. r... n.: 1 . - .
, , , CarpctiiiB of nil Kliadra undQiinHileiitl
Boots and a laige and tasty is.oiime.it of Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. Parasols all color, anal Prir.. n.
nets. Cheap, Dress Silk from S3 50 ner v.rd. riw to -hn.M- woi' r"? e0Kr,.,B "1C,.B'
ortmeul of La-sns, llar.ge d. Laine, , Il -ts, Caps, snd a " ' "aU 'erro
ne c . LAUGH LOT OF CLOT1IINC.
Or a Suicrior Qnalily snd Neatness cut to fit every person.
rrSurne Merchanls wililell you Goods have raistd ten per cent., but Cood.fi.T. f,f,e a( (.tit w
,. , E. fc G. W. HAWKI
VJOTICEis hereby given that the undersigned ad
1 ininistialou has obtained from the Ralls Cauuty
Court. l.Mters of adininiclration, upon the estate of
HARVEY W. WELL MAN, dee'd, bearing date
June b;h, A. I)., ISftJ.
All persons haviiij demands against said estate, are
requiie.t to exibit them for allowance, within one year
liom the date of said lettur, or Kiev may be precluded
fiom ui y binelit of .-aid cslato, snd if such claims a'
not exhibited within thiee yea:s they wi'l be foievcr
barred. ANN' E. W ELM AS, Adra'rx,
HARVEY WELLMAN, Adm'r.
June lCtli, 1S53 w3w
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned ad
ministrator has obtained from the Clerk oi the
Ralls County Court, ia vacation, letters of administra
tion, upon the estate of JlABNEY JONES, deceased,
bcarii g date May I7ih, 1S53.
All persons having demands against said estate, are
requited to exhibit them lot allowance, within one
year from the dale of said letters, or Ihey may bepre
cluded tioin any benefit of said estate, and if such
claims are not exhibited within three years they will
be forever barred. TAYLOR JONES, Adia'r.
June Sth, 1H5J. (w3i)
Improvement in Antagonistic Dentistry.
DR. S. II. ANDERSON would respectfully
inform the citizens of Hannibal and country
esccially, that lie is inserting teeth on an nn
proved plan, which, for its adaptation tothe
functions of mastication, cannot be surpassed.
ui. 1. win guuraiiuc 10 any person wuo wanisi
a set of teeth let their jaws be ever so irree-
ular or badly deformed from the loss of them
and absorption that he will make them a set
that will antagonize or shut together as regular
ly and as perfectly the first time they are put in
the mouth, without any grinding or altering, nn
their natural teeth ever did. Any person lush
ing evidence of this, if they will call on Dr. A.
he will show them several entire upper nnd
lower sets riiiht here iu the city, and let them
judge for themselves. Particular attention
given to the treatment of all diseases of the
moulh, and the mal-position of the teeth.
All operations warranted, and charges rcasen
able. N. B. Persons from the country wanting
work done, nnd being unacquainted with the
true mrrits nnd skill of I he Dentists iu this city,
would do well to inquire here in the city, w here
they are both know 11.
Oifiee over Urittingham's Drug Store
GOLDEN EI1A STOVE
TT AS on hand the most complete assoitment of
1 liaiawaie and Siovei, ever bioui;ht up or oown
the MiS-ifSippi Kiter, or by any other thoroughfare.
Amoi e the Patterns, are the Celebrated Uohlt n Era
Cook Stoves, considered by all who have used them, to
be far superior to any Cook S ove now iu use. No
Stove that has ever been invente.t is equal to tne Onlilen I'l er per mail, or when endorsed oa auM Of SMtH
Era, lor diaft, durability, neatness ol lini-h, or Cook-, before, or at Ihe time ol shipment. . -ii,-;
wn warrant this Stove to la-t three times as long; MOGKIDGfc 4 mcfAVh.
as any other -love, ever invented. J S. Louis, Janury 29, 1853. (ly)
Wc have s'oves from eveiy impor'ant foundry in the , r-v liiTi'inimnntriil
United S'stes, which we will sell at ihe lowest prices.
Weilo not bind ourselves to keep any one particular;
Stove; we havestoves fiomevery Foundry in St, Louis, '
Quincv, Cincinnati and I'ltt-bu'eh. I
iw.nii. linviniF i.l us. will have a larre assortment.
of I'alleins losrle. t troin. We inijjht have twolhnus.
and en hand, but they carry I lie in tf almost as fast
as we can get them, slthou'ti ue have a lare assort-
uieut of tho sama sort Iclt, and are receiving new r-atJ
terns. He sine to call before you buy elsewhere, for I
we are determined to sell so cneap mat personi eaunoi
help from purchasing, lor we warrant every sioye lo
eive entire sausiacnon.
Hardware ! Hardware ! !
Our stock of Haidware is laige aud comutete, em -
bracing every snide that is generally kept in a hard
ware store. We have on hand a laiga asortinent of
double-barrelled shot guns, which e will sell at re-
di.ced prices, for read, pay. We buy of the la-geit
manulacluiers, ainl e can sell as cneup us me cueap
.. ...i - i:ii.. -i... .-... .. ;n ...II lia.li.'.i
v " v r." rr
Iro.u IU to 00 per cent, cheaper man u nas ever oeen
sold for in any other haidivarestoie in this city. Call
in and we will coi.vuice you oi the taci. uur nsra -
ware is of Ihe best qnality and the latesi iirproveir.ents.
We care not for the M. l.ouis Hou,e. W. will not be
un out. If they sell at cost, we tell at a little less,
We a.e p rmanenHy located in this ciiy.snd iut.cd to
speud o. r money here.
All can bo rutin 1 at P. A. HICKMAN'S
,.ri'u r,iiiii r s.i ;,, .. I ir.rA
STO L SlOHh, Corner of Mam and IJird
streets, UaUIlibal, Mo.
the Italls County
Alexander Bulird, and others
William Biil'ont. Thomas Bu
t.iiil.Marv 11,11. ana her hus- f Court,
band, Samuel II. Hill, and I ftate of Missouri,
O I ICE is hereby given to Wil mo Outorrt, lliom-
SI lluloru, JMaiy mil anu oanmri u. mu,
- ' . ,, I 1 1 11.11
i.i.ttuiul. h. iis or distributees uf Hie
'.aie oi ADra
liain liuloid, Sen., rtee'd, that sppltcaliou willbe male
tothe County t ouit ot sa'j i. juuy,ou n nisi iiuu
dav in .Senteinbi r, 1S.VJ. I a n orler to sell the slaves
rto said estate, and for litiibuiion if the
sVcoidirelo law . ALEX lH KuKIJ.
Per J. V Laiicastei,egent lot plaiut:tti.
June lO'.h, eiJ-
F.ltmari k Co.
Prtlmvi A. rtialtior. l.t, -I...... 1 '
gentlemen worihr of CotiBdinrn nd pstroMMisnf
our former custom.
TEV13, goaa ti co.
'." I. r""'"l m " ' "'pones. All
a hm In .n.. .nl ... ... -r r l '..
former firm, as well as our own. will fam tik. .
IMTTMAN Jt BROTHER.
in the Prices nf
.u. nan iicrioivt unints. VI kvrra
FISTULE IN ANNON Cl'RLL .
Ani all other dUtatu pertaining to tJu rret'sn
onrKs, $uch at inlet, tVC
DR. G. M. KIGI1TLEY, ot Ky., ha. W4
near New London, Mo., at which place ha
can be seen at all (imes except 'When lib
sent on professional business lit treat
without the use of the knife or lane. . ll
will also practice upon the principle of 99
ci he no pav, and with little pain to lh
patient. All persons desiring to see dim.
had better write to know whe and whre
he can be seen. He will treat all case
placed under his care at St. Louis. HtaaU
bal or New London, and if he doe not
give perfect satisfaction after ondertaling
the case he will defray all ctpenses incur'
red. Letters post paid or personal appli
cation to Dr. G. M. KIGTLEY, New
London. Mo. p-5f3 TT-Cm !
PA RKS k. BILLSBARROW,
CARPENTERS AND . BVHJ3ERt
COKXEH of Hill and Fourtb SlreeU, HaoaifcaS,
The n.bicrihers trg respectfully to infora th
habitants of Hannibal and vicinity, that tixy are fn-i
Pa'"! ,0 eider into contracts to an aiDOMt fa tb
n. ). ihey are also prepared to supply plant surf
specifications of eterr seripiioii. Buildings rel4
ou moderate terms. Prrri taken in (nit paaastit,
JOSEPH PA RICES.
V. P. Magher, Architect UiViS-fi
ST. LOUIS. MLSSOtfUI. T
Commission and Forwarding House
' JOSEPH MOGBIDCE.
xMOGRIDGE & McFAUL,
(Late Twitchell Jt Mojtwj,) v
Corner Commercial and Pifie street 1
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
COXSIGX.M E.NTS and CemmistioM wilt mtti wit
prompt snd personal attention; and liberal CAttt
ADVANCES will be tiveu en CousinmoU or titiM
ol LadiriR IN HAND.
The forwarding and receiving of netchaBdbta aef
produce will meet with escial care and dispatch; ta4
iuuest rates of freight will always be procured, aM
the expm-e of storage and drayaje as ssueh ai ft
Orders for urchasins; filled at th Shortest aoticf
and lowest market prices. . . .
i. 4 E. Walsh;
Face k. Bacosi
Chailess, Blow tt Co.: S St Leant.
( hoteau ft Valle;
Doan, Kii'R &. Co.;
Blow tt March: 1
Frost Forest; V N TaHt;
Charles A. MeiRs; J
T. C. Twicuel! k Co.. New drleoas.
We I ave an open policy of Insuraaca, vhifll wiQ
cover all shipments to our addres'j when advUe4 St
i 17 H U lMi) U VjHill X II!
, rp B. STEVENS, opposite tha City oUl, la jttl
-La received, in addition to his fonssv steel, IM
largest assortment of Jewelry aver kreufkt to nssaaW
bal. He invites his customers to call at tha stasssO)
establishment, where they will always ln4 tot rtehast
and most extensive assortment! ai waicnsa asssi
j tiry, ruiver
ver r.d Plated Ware, eoristiD la atsrl of al
er Lever Watches, fireastplns, KamrnW i fia.
gs, Pencils, lockets, Gold Feb, Vest anl Gassaa
' hr liuies, I riii.il., in.iict.f uviv r ni wi wav
I Chains, Bracelets, told and Silver Spectatlee, Cart)
; tases, silver comos, lea rots, castors. csaoiaauaa
I Accordeoirs, buns, Shot Bagsaatl
j J"Oood Watches of every descriBtten
P.rei and warranted to keep time if well aaaa ar th
, money returned. mttmi
- ; M A CKIfll b-fsw ClDt.
; - - .
,1 A A BARRELS ATD HALF BAHEL9,
ijij just now arrived and lor sslo wholeaMSs
, . . . v . T R SFLsIKS
(."gMt cheap), by 1. II. BrXMtJ.
i s AA4 an, via Manafa arvf
,,rf I Ml OrJ Mintlatltrj I
iT"!' .UjS DI-.KGNtD takes this SMlhosr t(
i ' l",0""'" hw U!,,B'!' "f f t
ami the public generally, that 1 afaia Wa
folIin..llC,ed m.anuf actureor BooUaad Shosol la.
vcrv best material, i'trsons wuamx articles ia mt
jlje Mii do well lo give me a east, a fore aarceasi
lelsewhere, as my stock is welt seHecStd, aoeaaraseaa;
tlm best ar'.irle of French and Aasericaa calf skJMt
ditto kip, ditto upper, 9 of which I w4l auAo U
anlr al lha nhortMl liofiea.
If Shop a Hill street, a Tew doors east or BelsMsf
stoie. RICHARD FITZPATRICK.'
p. S. I will keep constantly on hand aa assort bsom
nn ,oi una can awi,ip ww, ww, vuwcw mm -a
. r f . . I,- . , . Li V. I.A .. . kAl, K J
- tnoes, wmcn 1 win warrant iv os i wa w'i we
fmchld dloswtf J U.r.
1)11. 11. H. WASHINGTON.
1 1 S As"M for Ihe Pluenologieal, Water-Cure, and all
othei juldications of Mi-ssr. Fowlers fc Wslla, a4
!ill pmnue M?eirs or any other wocka'on acomsa4a
;iKteiins. O.dersresrwclfullsolicilad. t)f H- J