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t . , - PCbLISIIED BY O. CLEMENS,' ON HILL' STilEGT, NEAU ;MALV, A TEW; DOORS WEST OF SELMES' BUILDINGS. ,.''. . ' ;;:U,;.,,
- MONDAY EVENING, JULY II, 1863.
Sometime 'ago Hon. Willard' P. Hall
came down to Hannibal, and sol J his stock
in the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad for
SO cents on the dollar. The transaction
n published and went Ktraight' to
Wall street. . There it was thrust iu Mr.
Stewart's face, and the opinion expressed
that there must be something very wrung
bout the matter when one of Missouri'
great men and a Congressman thus showed
tymptoms of alarm at the future prospects
f the Road. Is it hot singular that Mr.
Hall should ride 200 miles to sell his slock
for 30 per cent, discount, when he had re
ceived an offer to buy it at par, just before
ha started from home? What a poor little
transparent trick for any enemy of the
railroad ! how less than nothing when the
dead is done by a distinguished Congress
man I ' It was a farce played by a bungling
. Last Wednesday morning a man named
JW Smith, living in the prairie about
twelve miles west of New London, hung
himself. He was living with the widow of
Jiia brother, who died last winter, and it is
supposed that some difficulties about the
management of the farm, led him to put an
nd to his life.
A corresjtondent of the New York Eve
ning Pest says the Panama Railroad is pro
gressing very slowly. The road will not
be completed in three years, judging of the
future from the past not one mile of the
road hat been completed.
Why has nobody established a barrow
factory in this city 7 The railroad v?i
want thousands of them. They are obliged
now to send to Cincinnati for them.
' The view from Boston State House Is
said to be one of the finest in the world.
After all, there will probably be no wtir
between Russia and Turkey. .
We are indebted to Mr B. W. Eowen.
of steamer Columbus, for late New Orleans
The Union Prayer Meeting for the success
tf the cause of Temperance holds its regular
monthly meeting to-night.
Ike West Eerace Mana Timbuctoo Missonai -Pal
tt Tsmp-raacs Hannibal aa St. Jofeph Eallroad.
To the Editor of the N. Y. Tribune:
6ia: The substance of the following I sent
yeu a short time sines while making observa-
tions in Missouri, and as it has not been pub-
lished with ether letters, I conclude that il has
not reached you, or has been mislaid.
TU Tribune was the only late New York
paper I could find In St. Louis, and as the rea
ders of your sheet are fast increasing west of
the Mississippi, it is with great propriety that
jou becomes "medium'' in tho refutation of a
paiaful charge, though in a figure of speech.
In a lecture delivered in New York the last
winter, Han. Horace Mann, that well-meaning
intelligent man, placed Timbuctoo and Missouri
in the same category the first representatives
of obscurity, ignorance and semi-barbnrisin.
Let facts and a few words for Western men ag
grieved be used to correct the impression.
Timbuctoo is a poor town in Central Africa,
having gained a name by mere pretensions, and
t present has no prospect of rising either by
virtue of intelligences or position. The igiwl
it pro magnificio has been illustrated.- -
As yet but little has been said for or against
the great Central a little tiinengonc 'he great
Vtsttrn State. But now she is rising into
notice, boasting of several cities numbering
thousands of people, that a few years ago were
unknown; and of her St. Louis, with a substan.
tial growth of more than sixty thousand popula
tes in ten years. ' The State has greater wraith
im cattle and horses than all New England, and
sclusivs of slaves, pays higher pro rata tax
(ban the four States, Iowa Michigan, Texas,
snd Florida. She has but to increase in popula
tion the neat twenty years as she did the twen
ty previous to 1850, (.without a mile of Canal or
Railroad,) to number more thaiuti.OOO.OOO.
There muU be a greater rat iu of increase with
1,000 miles of ruilrosd being constructed, or
subscribed for, located for the most part through
healthy regions on rich soil, developing a state
which accerding te the facta in McOulleiigh,
has Dituaainous Coal in inexhaustible abun
dance, also lead of the richest quality, am! Iron
Ore sufficient to supply the Viiited States for
sassy thousands or years
To show another icr how unworthy the
African town was to be associated with the
State, it may be said: that the Unitarian denom
ination with which Mr. Manu is associated,
has in St. Louis a better church edifieo than
the denomination elsewhere; and that this So
ciety has not a uiembnr known as a , thii-e-liol-der.-
' ; ' ' 1 ;
The village of Palmyra, J 2 miles west from
the Mississippi, would be regarded as a bright
spot in any State. It i a place of health, rare
cultivation, and native beauty. A country scat
and place of business, yet has enjoyed all the
blessings of a Maine Law several years, and a
vievr of lilt town furnishes tho best argument
that can be suggested iu favor of prohibition by
law, of all that produces drunkenness, 1 left it
beautiful place of churches end schools, soon
c to att sin's greater growth by the Hannibal aud
St Joseph Railroad, passing through, reso!ed
after meeting kind and intelligent people in
the felatc, to meet the unmeant atDersion cast
upon her citizens.
The Ilannibnl and St. Joseph Railroad, 200
miles in length, laid out in near an air line
across the fatule, is now beinif worked by n
"'o oiuie, is now Demif worked by
large force. It, way i, through a highly fertile
country, west to a coal bed of great value, on
to the 'rich counties on the MisiLri. ..... '..,
rich counties on the Misamiri. ml il
place of departure for moit of the California
overland emigration. The Company has near
800,000 acres of land from Government, end a
State loan of $1,500,000, besides subscriptions.
With (his material aid, and an Eastern contract
or, John Duff, it is their intention to push on
forward to California and the South Pass
before anv Comnanv North or South of thim:
believing that tl c easy grade, on east thmicl
he capital, of Illinois? Liana and Ohio and on
to Pittsburgh, with which they re almost .n .
Hired line, will secure to them the majority of
the through business.' '
Ten miles of ilmlroad, east from Palmyra,
will reach Quiiny, a large and beautiful town.
soon, to have connection with Chicago and a
Railroads will cause such a daybreak in the
"est, that no Slate hereafter will b
tllC CllteiTOrV Of Timiiunfnn- n
a j , We
On one point the writer ef the above is mis
taken: there will never be a railroad from Pal
myra to Ouincv. The letter wnt evifb-nltv
written by a man well informed ns to the re
sources of Missouri, but in these days, when
it is not thought wrong to manufacture a frau
dulent map for a sinister purpose, it ought not
to be thought surprising if somebody interested
i i ft -
in Ullllirv real rsf:il. shntild nnhliwh nn nmniMn
that a creoked road through Quincy would be
so much more desirable than a straight read
through Hannibal, that the latter is not even
worth mentioning. In connection with the
above we take tho following from the PitlsCeld
(111.) Free Press:
It will be readily seen by those who are
"posted" in these matters, that the Northern
Cross Road is b? ing "rf dom" as easily as pos
iblo. And the further resistance of the passage
or the Pike County Charter will only be for
the purpose of forcing the Missouri Legislature
jto grant a connection between the Ilannibnl and
M. Joseph road ul I'alinyra and the Quincy mid
Galesburg road. We trust Han .ibal is wide
.. From (lie Boston Mail, Junc27.
SHOCKIIQ ACCIDENT ON TEZ BOSTON AND MAINE
: RAILROAD. ' " ;
IIonuuiLE Dkatii of Mr. WiM'inior
RiciiAiinsoN. We record to-d.iy, with deep
sorrow, one of the most awful railroad ac
cidents that has ever occurred in this Sec
tion of the country awful, not for its ex
tent, but its melancholy nature. At a lew
minutes before 7 o'clock, last Saturday
evening, as the northern express train from
(Concord, New Hampshire, passed through
,oiuneiium, mwaru mis City, oil llie liustun
and Maine Railroad, Mr. "Winlhrop Rich-
ardson, well known in this city as recently
jol the firm of Richardson, Messenger tJc
Co., merchant tailor.. Court Square and
jCourt street, was instantly killed, and in
the most terrible manner. The following
are the melancholy particulars: Mr. Rich-
ardson was in waiting at the depot in Stone
ham fur his daughter, who went out ia the
tiain which nnived a moment after the
accident. Ho saw the train from Bostou
approach on the track opposite, acd Halt
ed to go across. Just at this moment the
northern" traiu approached, going at the
rate of forty miles an hour. Whether or
not Mr. Richardson saw the train, or
whether he fell upon the track, or was ta
ken suddenly ill, it is not known.
The engine, however, struck him with
tremendous force. His body was thrown
into the air sevcia! feet above thii engine,
and scattered iu every direction? IVot a
uone 1 ilea nr. ne? ion'? 111 ins wim hm v
. o . .
vvusfouud. It wae un ImlcacribaLly awful
sight. Portions of the head wen. in one
sights ever witnessed, we venture
that this never had a parallel in the painful.
Tho scatleied fragments of the bodv were
rnthered as well as could be. They nresen
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ted a sight too shocking to describe, if we
had either the heart or disposition, 'llie
engine, when brought into the city, had to
be washed off", covered os it was with gort
and fragments of the body. Mow dreadful
mutt have been tho feelings of tf-.at d;iu"li-
, . , . , ,i ,- , I .. i v
tfr. vvll.. Ixt 0 ll ill tl t.lllil Us e.4.ik.n it !,
,. , , . , , e i. ,
iMi.e vt,i,.. .i.m fa.lt ,!!., i.-
beheld' his blood and Ileal, on .verAnnd.
no cut can telt. It v;soserpowiing, mid
ine awiui calamity was no sooner made
.knowti to her lhan she became tineotisriotis,
and was borne unto tier home. Mr. Uicli -
nrdsoa a resiaenre ia Wtttun a tew rtd ul
tlta .' nA fit I in Iviviri a rorit'iria iff mm
a i . a I
his custom to he Ireuueutlv at the denot
euch (lav, and it is sumI lie was t
at 1 idii 1 1 llitl riltl.r T f lllfiilil 'ill il1llni I n,.,
r i I at i
self, but to wai n others of il. He was forty,
II' Veart (if 8"e.
Acsidsut sa the
I in I111.lv 'in nnnilni. I I ..u . 1., I....rn ('.,., 11 1 I. ..1. '
, r , , , h .1 r . , , expecieu 10 ue iirescui on vuc occasion. s aris
u'iic .1 tr:.irti.pt.l fit nil urn, n.i.l ,lifa ..I n ' ..ii lli.ni nn WHLf Viillr tue .-iM l. llirn.w.l. 1 .w
uv, ... MVllil. . IlklV II, ll. UU .V IVUIIII UVIUbl A ULllbl C lllli . . . ' T,
. -l.H IIIVIV V.I II I . . j ..... WW ....w-g..
lo.r I l.i nlaU'..ni. n i. . I iui n .1 ruh o.ntrra. 1 lliwiilnMll if ll.r.i !' .
nur ' .'imiwiiii vi v 1 1 u iiuiutai adn p ' " - - ....w. , . .. , .
r...... .i i.i. i . -...i ... - a i..i'i il,-l..i.i h tit..'t a.,i. i.. , A ltio 0.-E. Ve read
loiiiiu ins ncui i, unu ui u uisiance o some , ";v . ,i
... !u..,i.. ,.;,. fiht s ii ..(four vears ago, an engine ana
two rods irom tne tract lus livei. 1 lie ;-"- -j " ; ,ju wl,0L.llni; oitend Btleiiitn.
nuttihilion and disscveration of the whol. " :J S
body was complete. Of all the horrid i...." ,i,. .,,;', .i... '.. ,: bv an open bridge; that the
IUliivusi:, July 7
Last night the train
track on this side
ulaced ou the track
oars were siiatiereu. itiree persons weie
standing on the platform to avoid paying their
nassvtn'i enc of thnn was killed, the two others
badly hurt. The Company offers a reward of
j,,00 for the .tppichension of the offenders.
si mobi., juiy . ut Vohtiru, Mas.., ran across the floor, tearing quote the Georif Atla
7w'!' . "i ""I lhfl'P-''J discoloring the board., breaking all the 'fjanesville Free Tre.
of Washington, by . beam w in lllB kyliaflat. scorching the ouhulc of,,'1 No, no! we can't ,,,
, the baggage ami ekpr, . of gwtpmeJt BIJ tITeciin other preiiks beliefs worthless.-T
HANNIBAL, MO., lllURSDAY
1 .mm..T .1.3 t'i
SSLAYaVR ONTHEMAWK .
J-'ruia the Cinciiiaati Columbian and Great
Mr. K. C. Dclavan writes, dating June 4,
i i . i i i
l' he he history or the Ten-
"li JTi 'm t,,'-Slttl'"1 Pr".
,'' 4 lnnion. .f 1,18 .M-"e From the le-
in mimou denier, a letter to the Stale Jirgis
irihtiinrr nnr4 fit ttil it'A evlnml u f J
In eonsequence of the analysia by that ' emi-' man belonging to our townsman, Capt. J. II. fee him tiecuted j" to tvhivh he peremlori
ncnt chemist, the late Lewis C. Beck, in lS34,!Jolin"on of t,,e K,e Kearney,' had a wife. It replied, "No, what must they come forr
I felt Imnclled bv n unit i.t ,1nlv la liuvs inv
whole stock ef liquors destroyed, and they were
accordingly poured into the drain, snd found
.L:- ! .1 1 tr i
uieir way imo me iiuoson river, lo nave
Used myself, or sold to others lo be used us a
! L" " ',? ' T "fl
beverage, such deleterious articles as Dr. Ucck
ors to be, would have
And yet, my liquors
were of the most noted and expensive kind.
supposed to be, before that analysis, of tho pu
Jrcst quality. It was not intended at the tune,
that this act should be made public. It, how
ever, became known, and such was the uni
versal condemnation of it, even by my person
al temperance friends, that I supposed, for a
season, that my influence in the causo was at
' I allude to this fact to shov what a mightv
change has taken place in public Sentiment since
that tune. Then an individual was deemed al
most a madman, for doing with' intoxicating
poisons belonging to himself, what, after a lapse
of twenty years, State after State is passing
laws to do, wiih intoxicating poisons generally.
Though I felt at the time that I J1had a right to
destroy my own nronerly miself. still 1 do not
. . - . . . . .
know lhat 1 shouldlhen ,iave tliouglit it right
fnr Ilit nn!ihr in h:ivfi i'iif nn nflipnr in rcits
t . . .
and destroy it. The vast majority (about 70,
000) obtained iu this State in favor of "no li
cense," a few year since, and the almost imme
diate repeal of that law by an overwl
vote of the Legislature, tended to render doubt
r .i 1 ' " . '.'."
mr nt fliA tp.nnl-:lll,f runs at lufict in tilt nv.
isling state of the public mind.
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A chiige so radical as the Maine Law con
lenatilctles, is not 'o be brought about till the
great mass of the people desiro it. And when
that shall be the case, it will be brought
about. Till then it were absurd as useless ta
attempt such a measure. It is neither absurd
nor useless to prepare the way for it, by the
education of the public mind. It may take a
year, it may take years, but the time will come
when an enlightened community will no longer
liceiiso dram shops for the salo of poisons, to
make paupers which that same community
must raise provisions to feed or to tnako criin-
inals, whom they must build prison houses to
couhne. When this IriL'htful evil shall be ful -
ly seen, and this enormus injustice fully fclt;has been sudJcnly blasted by tho appearance
when those that pay the tuxes shall cumeiof the whtat flv. whinh is lllavi.. ,l l,.v..
to understand their rights and feci their power,
there will be HO OCCUMwU for SUIldiilff additional
agents to Albany to insure fidelity on the part
ot those whom the ballot-box has delegated to
do the bidding el tho people, whoso will, as
lite.. i1riilimmr.Ml will liH fitipv.'.l in ihn T.innirl
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oiuke. i ucn, nuLii out uia.u auuuu inau oe
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closed, our poor houses deserted, our prisons
emptied, those orphans provided lor, and those
grieis assuagiiu which rum lias caused in so
many sorrow-wounded hearts; then we shah' be
prepared, having lorever w iped the stuin of le
galized intemperance lrom our character, to
take our stand beside those states which have
. .1 ..... : 1 . I. . . ... i ... .1 . j
aircauy w 'pen awuy uiai sium irom iiicirs, anai
co-operate with them in sending forward the
samo redeeming influence to die fgeulh and
Bsligious lastructioa from a Tashioaable Koihar.
"Jane, What's the chief end of man? Don't
know? Well, it's the most astonishing tj.ine
that that Assembly's Catechiain don't stay in
your head any better ! It seems to go into one
ear ana out of Ilia other. JNow pay particular.
attention while I tell you what tho chiet end ofjin
man is. 1 lie cmel end ot man is is well
why don't you hold stilly you are always
putting a body out! You had better run up
I sun . and get your book. Hero, slop a minute ,
land let me .lie youi '.ash straight, l'ink is very
iif.i.ll.ll.ir in vou. Jane: von ll.llirit vi.nr ninlli.
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ler's blonde beauty.
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jane, 1111s tuiiiuic, uuii 1 yeu hiiow his wickeui .,, . il 1 1 .1 1 i.i, ,u c
;. 1 'k in the das, on Sundav V See irvo'lU be.la,J on Ucdnesday, the 14th day of
say your "creed" that your Kni.copal teacher
!, m,;. ...dnnu, it i. .,.t, iim.. .. ,.:wrs that the draw was
xrxtt nj i,t me roll that refractory ringlet cvcr the statement and prenounee it a . Isift
mv finder once more, and then, do vou wnlUlcll,m we mean. The story will take
j o - . . -
'soltmnly along to church, as a baptised child
'liere! stop a bill you may wear this coral'
Hiuiw a n- Binuia ,vi yois umvii inaaea rr
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ilittle Uilieieiite how a little tirl looks, it she is
'V!! 'flT ZfiTJ
iwitulblow your hair out of curl
t - m .i "
i Nas Fsue ruaT K.
'debtee ta Mr
1 perusal of a letter
I ait who leftl
1 a - . as
lUrHcbS llicjv. iron Hi III. n ta r a -m ffh in Ihu-mai
I items. Tie Jettet ,Lted Kith June, and com
bracelet of mine if you won't lose it. There; desire to know by what process a lino gloss
now you look most as pretty as your mother did. 'observable on new linen bhiit bosoms, c.,
when she was sour ahe. IJon't toss your bead is produced, vnd in order ta jriatify them,
so, Jane; people will tall you uinj and you1 we subjoin the following receipt for makinj
roST f this city for ttie'i.. . :. -..ti .-.
from Mr. Pitta H. Let.1',1 , ' .., m',u" "T .
"" ,J -,, is, .a at. lsitl! stisrL rik.I Lrtr1 il
ns pTace for California a few1.""" ,MW."r..""
"I - . . m.mm A 1'llfel UTtf tmiliil ail iviint ursTAr.
ll,ule the number ! uutn thut iave passed thejUKual iriantier, will pise ta l&wtte, (.itfcerU
ort ul ,0,,la (la,et 4 t-e; women yL'Oo'jJwliil oi iiriuterj) look of newness whtii
'oAi . .""' ' 5,vSIr f T Z i Jm cal
-b,-m.. .nurj. ....uu.., guuia w,
.. iiii -jv.c.
KiTHts llosl.- the liirlitnine struck a house.
without hurtilmanv nerson. The inmates had a
lucky escape trom two such enemies,
. good 11 a lawyer, one ot J-isk'sU. rnnst , limi f i:irflaj tlm ,it ri
inttahc burial rases.
MOIiNING, JULY 14,
Our utuenj uiet city was thrown into eon-
siderable sscitement on last Sunday mining,
be the report that a horrid murder had taken
place nesr the honee of Mr. M. N. Allison.'
about two miles South of town. On inquiry, it
turned out, that a heg-fo wan belonging to Mr.
A. T. Griffith, went, tftat morninK early, to a
oabin occupied by a free colored woman, where:"1 asked d he would "like the children to.
iseems there had been an old erudite between the
P8r,ies and Mr. Griffith's man came there that'
rarnmg 10 seme it. some words passed fte-
" w t ii uitiii, n i it ii ii m pin vn in I1UI 1C, UI1U pan
ing rounu nun, sluUUea Hie other man with a
large knife, in the abdomen, making a large in-1
cision, cutting several arteries, and the bowels
ill tioHT LcrS.
The wounded man lingered till Monday morn -
ing when he died. The other was arVe.ted,
and at the present writing is undergoing exam-
nation before Justice Goodlander.
We have given the facts in the most aulbentioiBoys' Coats, Pants & Vests r.
form we ennlJ oVilain Ihrm. A. ..I in Also, a eood assortment or 111;.-L-k
cases, many different statements hrc afloat, ar.d V""ll", k ,i,.k' bl,ck ",,iln
our versioj may not prove, in all J-rtieil.:
worrect. Lousianu ltecottl. I blacs: salin and fancy colored silic a.ljuslim sIook-'
, Hon. Wm. Claude Josis publislies a letter m,IKe ,he assortment very complete, and wiiieb for
in llie aainlJosenh nauers. in which he i U.:."""' """" " V . P,ottt- ine
scribes a new route jto the Pacific, over: the
greater part of which he saj s ; he has himself
travelled with a company who took along forty
wagons. No difficulty was encountered, and
rich lund, wood and water were found in abun.
A man should be heard ' w ho speaks of his
personal knowledge, and we eive Mr. Jones'
letter in full. The St. Louis Intelligencer cop-
les two sentences of the letter says it is let-
ter in favor of the South Pats, (although it will
bo ieen that the route described lies fioo dtartet
SWA ra. c.ji j ... .
zmimoimt axnun i'ai,) and wiuds un its
"nrst rate notice of an important
. on .
mem as tollows. ( wt Ualiase: 1
. ITS Illinu w rnti ini v v.nl ura In II,., I .
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Mr. Jones is the lirst person claiming to speak;
I romprrwrnai ktiwledge, who has given so favor-:
auie a representation or the practicability rf
passes through the Sierra Nevada from any
point in the Salt Lake Basin. He think he is
. jl I
Ihis writer has no "personal knowledge" in'
me premises, un impudence and conceit go
further? St. Louis News.
Tuest Chops. We understand from some
of our farmers, that their crops of Wheat are rc-
nmrkal.lv fir.. The TMilfan TelrtrmrA av-c
that until recently the cron in that nart of the
sti nrnmi-cd in l the het vr y. 1,i
with whole fields. The St. Joseph GaztUe
govs that tlin wlti-af rrnn in ik'tt ni inn T I lip
State is not so good as usuid. Many farmers
have h:td whole fields to turn to wheat. This is
thought to be attributable to the scarcity of snow
1 .... 1 1 1 e ... .1 : . .
unu luc uuru uvy irewzas, uuring lasi w uuer
j lie Hessian 11 v Is
doing grcut ilamag
The Ohio naners sav the flv U mullno o .1
..,,!, ..,:.K .i.1 '.i..oi tA. . " 0
i.vi . ii, n.tc. ijt ius 111 iiiui. aiu.i.
BunLEsUE. Uasnum's Menagerie shewed-
at Ilusselville, Ky., last week. ' It appears that ,
Born of the young men of thut place gut up a
burleBue of ,h ,how' whicli " tlms M0bed
by the Herald of that place:
Their largest car was drawn by feurteen ox
en, and in the car were seated the band, who
discoursed lnusio anything else but sweet and
melodious. Then followed their grotesque
casres, containing calves, doirs, cats geese, &.c,
unci an old negro man rigged up to represent a
baboon ! then followed Iwrimm and Jenny Lind
un open carrage drawn . by four rather lean
horses; then a car Willi lorn ll.umu and his
carriage, en then came fic feature of the pro-
cession, the large wire canvass elephant.
EUef ft PiTl fetTrTolTPresident of
:lhfffo.rd o Tiustees Christian University,
.. . . n . . . . .. J
oclej ttl cjanloii, in tins Male, gives public no
tire thut the corner stone
of said institution
i&e,,cnf' "si"', :
Ill C 11 UL ti3 11 st ,! - a tivsia j
thai some tliree or
one bueeace car,;
which was left
engineer was not
- i aa.
i1 ft r .
We have often heurd laaiies expiessint? a
la ill A Al'tiUIC ruaiCII
iaks two tu.iicss it pum aranic pow
. put it into tl pitcher and pour on it a
: n imv a li ui ; iu
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sti'tiutl, OU tlcsirc.) andl
- ," " siitii m,(ie in sue
re'.nOU"D.g ?lAe.Can , " V1"" w
HI nr. 11 IS Hl.tl JJllOU ,llU-.IIUIIUieU; 101 nun
wiute muslin alio ooninet."
Thointwon liutik rsole Henurter (toes not
Atlanta lUuk. Jookout.i
. (junto tluit giKHi which
- ilmnipsou s Itrp.
a "e c,,y oc ijouisvuie lias aulhorueil
! I It ...J.,... .1,11.. - i
)..i.t t.. l
IV llv t .tint i'-'ca itiir,
in m- in- k,,. :.. ...,-., l ,t t it t i.. l.t
So Avawm voa T.HtR -ta, rtit ear-
ly past ( the eighteenth century, a fanner
f,.om a iUe iltfo near Tadcestea wi
condemned to sutler th extreme Mnaltr
t i. ' .,...
"V , ,aw' r c"w .
C",d ,e 'ew dtJ'" l'"u to his
"cutio to lake lir last faiewefl, when
She reulied. "vou ate iut ns vnu alwmv
was ; vou never wanted the children to
have a bit of pleasure P
; ' ' ;
OINCE my icmoial te the House I
j O now otcupy, (Upposite Hie Cilf
'Ho,cI ) 'e so Ut exceeJcd
i0 my sloes: reesived wiil.in the last
:fcw Jays, a eood ssortmeiii of
lower COOUS sre sold, the larger lbs sales wilt be,
.m.ji.j uviu arusr ana puicnaser oeur Med all
I ask is a fair chance. . ''
ETMy eoods I Know, will eempare favorably with
y in me .uy. Ml It A M McYfcllill. Aght.
Hauuibsi, June 23, 1353 (tf) ' ,
VAR1 Sr. I.AMRRUTIH riftlTI
T3HAIARD & LAM RENT'S FLOATIXG DA.
i CUKRRKAN QAI.LEKy, is now lyinp; in Bear
i C".9k ' l1l,e'o1 r Wail "'. bcra lliey will be
ready and alwsys hsppy to wait upon aU who mav
- i ' ' 7. '
This Gallery is titled up expressly lor this bntl-
.1-1.,,. n , . . - , . ... .-, . r -;!'
". mi a mrr Dine ana M.VHL'111. I'icluie4 are
iu ..7.. dri ' . " ' n "fi!Als0,h bt eed "d attention to horses or mules. aU
who 'wish to .ee yourselves most beaulJiully '
snd come soon lor we remain ul Hannibal but a few
U" Jlieir skill and expenence enable them to offer
a rare chance to those who dciiie lo learn the art of
DOWN GO TIIE PUICI.S!!
" Cheap Rents'
Quick Kales and fcniult Prottls,
AT THK ONK PRICK M'OllK,
On Mli'il, Ilrtwrrn Klalu nutl 'I liltU hlrrrti.
ejLrm- as5'L'.c .)?
The best snd most favorite jjrxnds, which are cele
brated lur L'U'P&tJCe Of SU-I... fait nud Hu.al.U r.Jmm t
00 9 to I3r. " '
Painted I.nivns and Jaconets.
An elegant assorlinti.t of the most lasliiuiiable. from
IU III HUC.
Silk Kerages and Tissues,
Wncb aie not sulfated in a:iy inaiket in beauty
sud elegince ol style, 1 1 0111 33 lo 5jc.
Ueiuae lie l.uiu-a. .
A beaiitilul telcction, uluchlias "Jiiiversally met the
i w 'I"" 01 ,1PS4 "' "' of "lis Ulle of foods, at 80
U ,rlh We.
sOLlD all worn. nri.nvr.K.
Pink, blue, Mone and B'acU.al iic.
Ml. KM. .
Black tiro Des Rhine, at $1.10. $1.15. $1.20; for 32
j"ch Ulack Wateied, $lo, woitk tl
laaftlrin t.F !.. CI ... .A.. 1
A betutitul se.
ection of Fancy Diess Sil-s. tAciio Florence hilki. all
colors, at 3jc; cia.f for bonnet liniti, at 30c.
An cxlentive asortineiit ot fanhionablo rointed
French worksd Collors, chemisette, uuderileeves.
Handkerchiefs, Sve., tc. Black silk face veil, al
$1.50.cirup .' Untie, SUc; crccn and blue berage; Lisle
and linen edgings snd lace; Swiss and jackonet inner-
tinRS and edgings; silktriiignj giinp trimining4) uraiat,
HOSIERY Al GLOVES.
A complete stock always on hand. .
Irish and pillow case linen, bleached linen cloths.
napkins, fcc; Russia linen sheeting 9-4 at TOc; bleached
fine shirtings lOto ltic; bleached do,9to 18c;4-4 F.agle
ticking, at 2jc; 7-8 at 18c, good; cottonades and de
nims; Hloyi linen, fie,
1IAIU AXU TOOTH DIlt'SHES. '
Fius Ivory combs, Lnglih iedilm, pocket, luck
side, shell, Pair and Misses' round comb?; diess but
ton!. Marl, white and fafir.v rnlnrait arratu butlons.3 do.
lord's the celebrated Pilaiau andTeiment needles, all
Nos. 5c; Zephyr worsted at 1 cent per akeiu, working
canvasses, perlorateu rarer, parasols at reduced pri
ces; metallic eyelets, at 6c per grots, together wi:h all
the little notions usually nqit ma V'sucy Variety Stoic,
and wanted daily by every family. Handsome satin
striped summer vests, at r-5e to ft: a small lot of silk
tiitured winter vests, will be closed out at Ti:, worth
Ladies' Misses' and Ctuldrci''s
Shoes and Gaiter.
From Uie met common to the mosl tidy, the latest
lS,y'e,i iiifanta' solt mciocco;yuulht', boys' aud awu't
i tin orogauF.
The citizens ol Hannibal, and Marinn and lha ad-
joining counties, are respectlully solicited to an exsrui
na'Dii ol invatockon visitine llie ci'.v. 1 natter mv
self that the style, rleganra, durability and prices of
urn goous win rneei me aproDation l an.
r RKMKMBEIt THE SIGN. Kird street, Up
Steirs.j (inylJ'5.'wly) 8. M. MOOIIE.
It is not vet determined where.
But C. W. BRYAN want
$10,000 in ;olt.,
- V n'- i-otns move more, tor wnicn ue win
Iltley'a (elebratrd CItartev Oak tsndi
l'Soueer ook Steves.
At the T.owckl t'asb Puce.
Jr . iaouie txovt Wore. Main ft1 twa doors
No. Hi u Hat frailt lipase. V. W. BRYAN.
There will be a Meeting of the 1 Vou id
of Directors of jHe Ilannibnl and St. Joseph
Hull Koud at Hannibal, on Monday, the
".t 11 ul tin l.t'.' ss a-Il t mtin 1 ti
i i sTtlVVAIrT l.-.,.l...,f
July 7th. 13-3t
K. M. MOFFLTI', "
Uholesule t'roor mid Co'uiuission
CuU.NFR LfcVKE Ai D Hll.L SfRElIT,
..: kuyxiti.il.. ho,
Novruibcr 13, 1)j2 ty
VOL: X-NO 44,:;
Ddgusrreotypes ! Daguerrotyre$
Rfc W.p. riTTS, . -x,
esiden! Iigurrean Artist, qrouhl sffr Wfc
inind the citizens of Hannibal sr.d surround
ingcouMrv (Yiat U is still takine- nictnrea at hn
iallerj oa Ilain etrsct.evtr Wtllson'shardwarev
store, and would inform thrai. that from rerent
addiUonato his stats, d kis increased racilitiea,
ha is now prepared te Use jMetsrea in a sty lei
fat superior te any bereteffre tnkea in this iiv.t
sad at reduced p raeta. , XtU aad . r
Look out for ths Oil itsi-ejr Jm4.
111-L seasoned Pine leather suitable for all bull.
f ine purposes, ran all tines be kid at lbs Old,
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which has beea rttabllht '
years. The proprietor deem it escssy topufrUe'
Lumber to Biake it sell, or te say svsy thi-g about ex.!
nerience iu the business excent talWvaa ak .
cliajed fiora him. , lie would reauvk --
or eight years in the business (tires the dec id 1 4 satrsavi
lag evsr any ether wbe atrs hW irinima, m'
Lttuiber has teei pnrchad Ur euh and selected ik
erest care, from tiie best nille In the lSacrc ka.
ehanies and others wishing le purchase Lasher weM
find it to tlieiradrantags to call and cxaaiiae the MMk l
of Lumber and Shingles at the Old 1 uaihar Yard be.
lore purehasi:.e elsewhere. If yeai caeawd gwt H tW
less price, I will euaraatee ye cea f it ee less eajd e t
better article for the same aaouev. Al.Lr.Kki
gles snd WnMow sash. "... . ..;
TO" Uon'l rorrH the hf Sif on the wee Side ee"
Third, between bird and Hill streets ImL mi SWik.
Sign of , THOS. S. Mls.KaS -
MONROE ' HOUSE.' r
' ' .' v..' , ... '1 : .-):
TIIE undersigned preprietor, would respectful! ns.
farm the public, that he has lust ontwd la t lcw
and elegant style, the ebeve bouse i and kaewiew tkt t
antieipalions of his friends, he auures (beta aad the
public that his piide and ambitien shall be satiiked,
not only by keeping a touch better heme tha km eves"
been kept in this city, but that Itoee shall excel kiai im
the Stste. -
This is a tall plrds. hat try bum end yew akat a
li7fd. WE bHOUT.
N. . Shoot, jordaa . Davis, ia connect ua wilk H
the house, have the largest and aaost splaadid Stable i
outside of 81. Louis, in the Slate, where Ibe public caa ;
be accommodated speedily with ills and fast hones,
line buggies, cair ages, or hacks, for any destination.
"(ira.tm ri, m hum, 10
at lair rales. , , , . . . ,
( nyliwtf) v.t
1S33. - 1S5S''
S. LEE & SOW, - -
(arocera and Dealers Its Liquors. '
BOTH FOREIGN AND BOMHTIC, -.Tl ',-J
WII.U CAT COSNCS, , , . ,
Sign of tho Grind Oriental Black Rooster, '
- Main Street, Corner of Bird Street, . ri ic 'S
WE would call the attentioe of our patrons te the
fact that the year 1852 has closed, and that the
time-approved custom of commercial transactions. is,
to dost the account $ ot the Old Year, at ai early a Be-'!
riod in the New Year, as practicable. Will our pal.
rons bear this in mind, and act raonrTLv upon this''
suggestion? . .. a.i ol
W e f,ive below, for the benefit of our old customers, j
and also for that of as many new ones as feel disposed,
to desl will) oa, a list of our H RANDIES and Lit
UOKS. Give use hearirr. an be Tour own indn..
200 BBL8. RECTIFIED WHISKY,' Black Rooster
Brand. .Mini J
30 BBLS OLD BOURBON, imported from 6rst baU
in Old Kaintueh." .. -. - ...
50 BBLS. MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, A. No. 1. .
200 BBLS. C1DKR VINEGAR. ' " '',
BRJISVIBS, WIXEASD CLV.. r--. oi.u
Otard Br'jr. Jamaica Rum, , . ,
V. P. Vin'dde, Santa Crai do,1-' ':r'" ' 1
, Hasaudo, ,r A'ew Eoeland do, . .. ,;!
Morceau do, " Peach Brandy;' -
A.Seignetteeo, i i v, Madeira Wine.' iii l
Malarado. ' 1 ,:' ' siMi.n.i rrt ''
. . cnerry do
All of which we will tell at wholeaala or .mail! 1
cheaper than St. Louis prices, fer CASHI
JUU -1 1.
jN'cw fipfar and Tobacco Store!. ,,
AT THK WIGWAM IN SHOOT Jr. DAVIS' NEW"
BUILDING, IN COMMERCIAL ROW. .i-i
LEEK &. All BUG AST hereby inform their friends
and the public generally that tney aoar eeeupr a'"1
room in SHOOT . DAVIS new building, where ,
they are prepared to fill all orders in their line, as cheap,'
if not cheaper, tho any other house ia the city. They .ft
have a choice selection of Tobacco, Cigars, Snuffs,
npes, etc.. ftc.t sua mey can truly aay their stock et
'goods is the largest, beat and most complete eseort-.
The following comprise a part of their Brand t' .1 '
10,000 Kl Sol Regalias;
o.ouii i.a raioma uo,
8,000 La Normasj .-1
.0,000 Justo Ssux P.ineipeit
6.000 Cazadoras; , ,
8.000 Plautatioin i I :. '
15,000 Comuiou Reeali-si ,
10,000 Half Spauishs '
. SO.IKHI Melee. -' ' ' ' i ' '
: (II J
irginia Chewinfj Tobacco, .
Wm. Hare's, Jesse Hare's, James Thomas1. Sb Setk
Ualsey's Tobacco. ; ."i--. n "(t-Min
Missouri Tobacco. i
D.J. GaHh's No. 1; Henderson's No. t Buckaer'a
No. 1; Jamison's No. 1; Dansmau'S Cherry Juice Be.
1; Molfett Harris' 5 1unp. . . . .,
Allot whkh we will sell loar foreash. 1 -1-
rachl-tl LEER . ARBOOArr.
Received A n w lot of Imperial Cisjsrs.
Main street. Iraanibet. Me. '
WiIE subscriber has permanently located ia ikes eitf
X and is always nreired to repair watches, broken
jewelry, tec., in tli most workmanlike manner, and en
lbs aioairesouaoie lerins. tie uas n ow ea nesui, ana
onstautty ieceiviii) tiesa supplies of the finest aad
most laMiionable Jewelry, Walckee, t'locavs, tsc., (roa
ilia best I ui portlier homer iu the east. His e'-oc. ia
uiuuipasje.1 by euy other house in ttie city, saltuoee"
ivbo giveliim a call will be satislied ssillilue Brai-S J
as he otleri gieal inducements le purchasere.
The ritiieus of Msrioa and Rail a conntiea av ra-
spvcU'ully iuvitedlc jive uie a ceil, btore So Maui ;
tieet,opiK)site llie "Oreat Western ltij
Jiul received in aii'iiuoii lo nis loiawr slock, a sup
ply ol Kar Riiuij, l'iiw, fee. A)to a very line M t i
Jel fcUr Kings, new atyle. Suiilli'a New York UoU
reus wauauteu-- very nuc article. . Uctvi-
Fine Wfiifc Flour!
FRF.Slt, WHITF. WHEAT FLOUR i
I.F.NDtl) ARTIl'LF, for rale et lha AR
I1 A FPI
REN A MIU. by A. 3; KOBARD4 at SON. '
jeUI' . -m O i .i.:?i.;e
goods. :; r
noVGJIT itEFOUG Tiw imu, , ...
IMli: LAFCJE'sT mid the greatest assortment
.'of gis ever brought la HannibaJ, histqow..
rtceivd,vuud ja ul i svld, enrtailu Tlia sub
kcribfr would jru.-ulsrly Call the atlenlino e t
hit VfholBsalO cltstnrnbrs to thtl rt( auj all
persons coming to llauuiuul to purchase gs'i
will fntd it greatly to their advantage to call
pi d II,