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HANNIBAL JOURNAL. JULY 14, 1853.
cs, cLKHttt, roiron rstoFsttKrmt. I
rusuAT .Tr..MG. ivi.i s.
T(H XJ to r-tr'(- ! o.Trt ef:thn (be tl ce were compelled lo fire n the
cu or s auj courrr cctSt. iSe . , '
mwJi tkci-M. - in'- J
plan a "r ctUs, tha. W itkaar O. l'n-e. E, . if Mr. J. CMin'l horse boat Ulik, a ft W
. ewda' for r elect-oa to IW cc f CTk Bx- . . .,(s , sr . ;,l. .,. j:f
Cxur ln of IU1U ewi. w tirt xi a pc-tr, .--" .. . -
r"" r wh Jfc-i. tv i i f-cultr tared from drowning.
I bra io : ansa, aJ es eat el Sens CSrtxt. If nwii- j "
rfiaiJ.aureSi.4Mt e-. Yesterday, on her downward trip, the
M!ot lb prar-es: reiaa4- for a eaad de t '
tssrw felly .. tarof, -rVl X m.dj.ajecfc of t!s fia tkfaVTKf M &-
fCT We reauthorized tn aorWune Mr ; to W on fire where the chimneys
1lOS. K. 1I.TC1IER, aja candidate foi !p through. It was immeiately extin-i-tkcllm
to L otfice cf Cun ct Tna'guisbeJ without dainag.
Cr!Wv Coc. of Narkn Couutr. wtd
an. . f, ,
Tl(. E 'THOMPSON, m candidate on ,r 34Jj,y of Weno
(ur tVetMMi. to the tfic of Citaa e;ike tLt Mr. R. W. Mo, af tiaU ci'y , it one
vca Grcrr Co, tvf , (or Marion County. ! f U.e (Jing commit:.
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Cawdl raf ria Coaft art
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f yt' ' ";'"' : ; '.
tTt it .aUiarired U anaonnce Mr.
LEWIS DfCXEKSOX of Palmyra, a a can-
d.i fr i) 4Se-ar C!trk cf the Circuit
r-rf. t iia euimr Avxut election.
.Jwtr 1. !Hj3wKi
TV President was to bare lft Washing
ton f aJerday, en kia prepoaed trip to New
Mr. Daniel D. Pg, Banker of St.
arborizes tli etKtai of the Nest a to say that he ;
wall ajndrrtske to budd one mile of railroad
the Tacite, if I5W persons can fce found wtio (
w aJ auadrruk an etjual share of the work. I
"t:i':"" ' ' tk Saw akEar:
if jm want t select frosn a gTeat variety of
good books, call on Mr. D. K. German, in Corn
sneeeiai IUr. Obeerve the liat advertised by
bim Is another column.
The editor cf the Jefferson Inquirer prays
for ewsv speeches from Atchison. He wants
the anaa to kill himse'if.
The Pret'uleat ot the Mi.seur! University at
Columbia announce that the Honorary degree
of A. M. has been conferred by the Curator of
that institution upon Ker. Tyre C. Harris and
Wiulhxop II Hopson, M. D.
"The Washington Uniou article reading cu'
.t t : n ti w , : 1 gw i I
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gof.was written by Jud5e Nicholson. submitted
to Uie Presidenl in manuscript, and approved by J
Th Barnburner era iitcensed and declare
that tiieir leader will not discard the Pott and
The young ladies and younjr gentlemen
of Indianapolis, have formed themselves
into an Anli-Alatrimoiiial Society. Every
Fourth of. July, they meet to celebrate
their anniversary, when it becomes t!i
painful duty of the President to announce
that some half dozen of the me rubers have
broken their pledge of single Messed ntss.
The papers of Dayton, Ohio, state that
thcir town ii iniptoviog so rapidly that the
brick yards making 100,000 bricks a day,
cannot supply , the demand. The- Indian
apolis Journal, commenting on this state
meat, says that the brick yards in tbai
city make 1S0.000 bilcks a-day, and yet so
greats the demand that the bricks are fre
quently taken from the kiln when they are
j hot that the workmen are obliged to
A Concise Hislor) of England; from the
first invasion by the Romans, to the ac
cession of Queen Victoria. Written on
a new plan, with particular rt Terence to
chronology and facts. Hy Clark and
MofTalt. . Moure ot Anderson, of Cincin
Mr. J. 11. Triplet!, of Talinyra, ha pre
sented us with a copy of a work bearing
tha above title, lie has them lor dale in
Palmyra, and also at the store of Mr.
Mcelroy, of thi city. In this woik all
the great facts of English history seem to
be arranged ia simple and clear chronologi
The following extract from the firt chap
ter girts a rather unfavfiribla account of
our ancestors. It show the condition in
vvjr.cti t,icsar iounj them in the year
The nude ii I Hiitons wero l.ai Liuiis in
the extreme j they lived in circular hut,
conical roof-, pierced in the renter, for (lie
pvwpose l'adiuiliing light, and dischar
ging mie ; ihey adorned llit-ir lingt i s and
neck wild rings and chain-.; ami pain
led and punctuied I heir bodies, tint tlieii
apiearnce might be more horriblu in war.
For the most t art llicv were unacou
pari nicy were unacouamud
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will, agnculli..; I .ry rae. but li.ile crn,
aiibawt.tig inu.i'.pallyon fle.h.inil ,,lk, and
cioiiiinu intiiisei ves in inc.sp.iiu oi aniinuis i
which had been killed fr food. The tmlv
article of commerce they possessed was tin.
which they exchanged
for tali, earthen-
ware, and brass.
JTfAndersan county, Teiui., otiihe 21.l.ult..
voted la subscribe one huinlrstd thousand dollars
to to Knmnlle and Danville Railroad, bv a
nvjfrify of ib'l vol
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A nkriaprt fl
A- EUWJiA, a a cauaJa!e or ,
Co no rtea !'eJ3rrce.
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W'e ara aathoric4 to anno met Theob the poinenfat i one or crjr merchaau
A Rw of Mills sJ elivator ai Ossrego,
Y., ha be) desirryed V f oe. Supposed
lots, half atai'dson dollar.
A fght look place oa the night of th Fourtk
if : m .t-.i-T-At.
Tb 'ate AjticnlmraJ eiety ha keen fnlly
a - "r?E!ZJ, sri I H notJ far '- loonii!e,
Tbe Jickor.il!e (M.) iounl wjaayouih
Eve dollars in tliat p'c a few day
apa, for an aauH upon hi own fa. l.er. Cauae,
l'jke a large amount aest ettl tor ciculatioo,
je anrea a decripiiant wkich jou will pleaae
puV.i.h: Vignette, an Indian female raclmir on
J a cliff. ienne a cHy In th diaUnee, Mh
i . raiiroad can an! rteamboat below; a
sailor with snvelass on the lower riar'tend:
Stale arms of Nw Vork on th left lower cor
ner; "30" in fine, circular die work on each
upper corner, letter A. dated Mar 10, 1S53.
Respectfully, TRESBURV 8t CO.
, St Louis Republican.
Looc Oct. The Detroit Advertiser
j Mcaaaa. Cntvarat h
aj frmrrii j'iTnc5 I writ ci
idtoi'',!l"J'fc,7Vlu.l,,er1e relT"ei U1" 'l:c more eatended vision. They see its n.tionali-
who' "Fr ,n 4Tn ui "J.: n ui'T' itf ulil"y nd all.il ample secu-
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were ,jI0Wn resterdav a 410
of Chicago, wl.i-h h.d been all ere i
in a very i
nrat way from the '2 bills on
the same Bjr.k.
Th letter A was pasted over
the laree two.i
aa l tne en over ttie wo tn me iwo in me uoay i
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of th bill. The word two was extracted out
of the right hand corner, an
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;ht baud '
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ineai.araiou was so new m. uic on.
twice passed on a good yidge.
uareil, in an edit or U on crime, speaks
strongly of the criminal, or rather immoral con-
dition of the city: j
Our citv is dailv eainthi! a rcou'.ation br no:
J 'm -J ;
means enviable. It has been accused of habit-
ua iv harborin? lelons seered in truiit to trie
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verv liri: stabb nar. shootinsr. incendiarism, and
other crime, are so f re-pient a. to scarcely call
for a nassine notice. Gambline is ntchtlv car-
ried cn unblushmgly and drunkenness, prosti
lution. aui olitT crirae, are reaai-f aally on the in
crease, so that if the present state of things con
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t.niics much longer, oiir ci'y will I beknown, not,
j me nMi.iiUc ""' "S "J
i lie .uaratT luj
Hawas, D.D., held or -
:h, St. Louis, yesterday,
Ti e Rt. Rer. Bishop
d. nation in Christ Chun:
Sundav mormne, at wtnen lime lioatar r.n
m ctt Traav, formerly Attorney at I.
Fayette, in this State, and recently
ity ncheol of I rinity lxIIeg
was admitted to the Disc
The borks of the Abyssinian oat are nearly
four feet long, and seven inches diameter, at
We Uke the following from the Spiritu
al Te'.tgroph. It goes to show the insani
ty which prevails on the subject: St.
Am Axukl Spake to the Child. We
are personally aquainted with the friend who
writes the following loiter, and assure the
reader that his statement is entitled to the
fullest co fiJencc.
Glenn's Falls, June 11, 1S.j3.
Friend Uriitan: An occurrence which
happened in this city, a short time since, is
inieresliiiir, as being one of those facts!
wliii'h are sis fn.ilv iifmnntpil fnr on thn'
spiritual theory, but which the great ma
jority of the people wculd pass by as a re
markable coincidence, or singular circum
stance. You can do with the account
send yon as you think proper. The facts
are as follow :
On Monday, May IC, two young men,
named UjII and Liuilolph, were e.igaged in
rafting nt the "big bottom," about three
miles from this pluce. One ol them lost
hi balance and leli into the water. Being
unable to swim, Iih companion went to his
assistance, and both were drowned. This
took placs about 11 o clock a. m. At the
same lime, a little sHier of Hall, four ir
live j tars of nqe, who was flawing with
other children at the neighbor's, a short
distance front her home, but five or six
miles from the scene of her brother's death,
suddenly commenced crvinir, and said that
her brother was drowned. Ua
by those about !.cr that ll was not so, and
ti.atl.tr hrother was at work, etc., she only
C.H..-.1 ttie more, declanng lie was urowned,
and that she must go home to her mother.
Sae accordingly slat ted lo go heme, but
said aiie was all aid to go alone. Soma lar-
tier rli ilrin went lioine with her, .when
she told her motiit-r the ta ue story, and in
1 answer to I u-ir eiiiio nes ol how riid sliu
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Minn nr i 1'iwniv i nua uiwwiii.UiiiiiU cumv
j ne (oU h,r ;n nJ)OUt an Ut,ar I)ews o(
,1(,r Lrot,lt..s dtat,( W.M ,lull.t t0 his
The bodic were not recovered untii Sat
urday, on which day and at the time ol
ihe occurrence, ns nearly as i an be ascer
tained the little girl told ihcm at home
ihat the body wa? found, which elntement,
as in he former case, wa ftpecdily veri
fied. Yours, very trulv,
A. T. J I a nit i .
Frotn tha St. Jeteph Cycle.
Ta -f tiUi Faith.
Ma. riTa : Trxn the actions and con
rrr.ation of certain e.ntlemen of our town.
Sr.EJfrce in tie Kail Ri lias been impaired,
aad tons akeptical inliriduali are dirpoaed to
croak buesibuff polrtiml capital Ipeculalion,
ai.J aiy etlisr ferma that cojld conrey tWe ilea
that th puUie bad been duped, and liiat wa are
to have no Rail RoaJ after all the talk and ex
penditure of money. Now, 1 would tell all och
eilemen that tbeir actiana cniy tenu 10 teaaea
iLeai in the eU.ation of all liberal minded men,
and their position of "dog in the manger" can be
aeeit bv anvbeJr who baa area.
Can any one bc'iieTC that all Ui Ubor and time
that waa pn in'ha Urfinnir.aof a.iaen!rr-rae
wai spent for fcwn'vstf .When all parties, Whir,
Benton and Antl Benton, when all men. Fanners
and Bfechaaice, Lawyers, Doctors, and Mer
chant put their shoulders to the wheel, is ii to
be kelieved that it waa only to advance the inter-1 fought there. They ateedily refused to allow
eat of cne enaa or aet of sseri? No sir the inien any of their friends to accompany them, or ad
lion wa to base &it Road. mil of their interference forttie purpose of cf-
Who believes thai the grant of land is a iutn-
bg r t ho te:ees that the liin ol Mate creou j
ti a Ixrr H no lelieve tliai tne thousanaa o. ;
caaU raiael and eapended was fr bmcua. .
Who btlif.es that the advance oi Lad from 5 to
50 a iid 100 per acre hi been produced by a
No rational man can believe these things, anJ
n ima whe ia alive to bis position in society; orome diScul'y they were awakened, and recce
wha respect his reputation for sanity, should ' nisintf the locality and each other, they both
breathe such a thought, but cherish it sill-born looked some-. hat surprised, having entirely for-
in ui oea'cnieu miou. -
Is it supposed that 800,000 acres of land are
valueless.'' Is it thought that the bonda af our;
great State for $1,500,000 are worthless? Can ,
it be imagined that $500,000 individual stork,'
subscribed by men of all rrlie and vocations ,
is a humbug? No sir. No mind that ia not as
opaqge as a brick-bat can harbour such an idea.:
Are we to think that Eastern capitalsts w ill
advance or wilhold f 3,000,000 because ;he
Director on our end love tho on the othei i
end like brothers or not? Do they care whether :
the Hannibal members are in favor of a 14 or !
15 foot railbed? Da they care whether the line;
runs up Whitehead's or Pate' branch? They
, i do not inquire into these small personal and lo-
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'ixi , mi.
mauers, mry iuuk upou una rmu wim
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v ouia l coui l laate inese sitepucs mrougn
me vast prairies between here and mimical; let
them walk, as I have, over half a million of
acres of beautiful flowers, lock over a whole
worio as uriEiu snu imuuiui as ine vaie oi
Cshmcre. ll.L would ll.ey awaken to the Tact
that we have a great country, then wouU tW
world as bright and beautiful as the vale of
that we have a great country, then would they
realize that we area great people, then would
)thf,ir hwrti lweU WIth honest pride, and they
! would exclaim, these flowers sha'l not be "horn
., i..,!.,1.1M. ,u,i .., r nesa on
the desert air"
We will dot'
we will cover
hill-topa with cottagi
lUi tldet wi.h !uen
ii - -ill ,Vi..l'FT l"vi uic 3 uu ic niui 3 vui 11c, ci iuiiiub
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CIC1IM1J VIICIIW Will, .I1C lUl, Ul VtlllUl Sll, IIIC
nini,m;ln-. .nd ihrMr-. ..I.i
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IIUUG V11U1I IfVt U 1 1 1 IIIV lllllBUUIIi Unj ll.D.L
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vift l8K a RailraJ! nT'hen would these doubt -
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I", ikiicic ixm a uu, vim uu suiaii iiviii.ii.ai wui-
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muu ui no paisuiiu, IlllCICIl, 1JU IIIUIIIUUSI ui-
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eriDz.no demaepsrueism can check the advance,
of this trreal enlerprise. ro short delay, no.
ilight misfortulie) no disappointed politicians,
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na seekers after Hie loaves and fishes, and in
'fact, no directory cin stop its onward course,
(for with the personification of energy in the,
j preiident's chair, this road will be comr-leted,
though every man from here lo Hannibal opposed
So have patience
Jiim'k Lynch on tub Be.ncii. We have
been informed that a few days ago, a negro'
man. belon-in- to Jud-e Thompson, who
lives near Liberty, attacked his oveiseer.i
wnose name ve nave nui asccriamea, anu
it. so have patience, dear people, you will
.aw, at l.a vp. t he railroad ve.i : Lpen onnl vrel snvereifrni. i -
fii. r.;;n i i if. ' r... - r P .. .lireely that eold
. . .- . yQur n isiies Mian oe grdiuieu, pui a piece ui ice ; . , ,i j
e, MartlorJ, Uonn., ; m vonr mouths, vou crenllemen who reoresent. .. '
n.-.i. rs. I.miU!.t.- i.i...i i.- . .i - .- you. or "you are
i CallllllB aJ IlUUrilDCil 1 ffC CU Oil IliC LIUI9 III
hay. "All's well that ends well." J.
killed him instantly. The tiiizens met in pe polittno-ss , give ifa niche in your household
the vicinity the nextday, and considering ilernpe. Only then will you have learned the
thai delays were dangerous, took the negro) true secret of'sending out'inio ti e world rully
and hung him until he was dead. hide-! ''finished" gentlemen and ladies,
pendence (Mo.) Ileporler. j What we say, we say to all be polite.
TnBADO. A tornado lately passed near the j The obituary of Mrs. Anna F. Miller was
town of Chnndleville, Scott county, Illinois. not given to us in time to insert it sooner.
i. i.j i kmi . ; ...;,iiU ,i
11 cxieiiucu avvuv w ,iun .11 muni iiva c , -
er.l mile, in Untrth. The lar.t tree, were
largest trees were:
twisted off in its course: houses dcmomlished,
me little girl killed, and several persons iu-
imps frsm th Dutchmaa.
Tlier ! a verv charitable old gentleman ra-
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aiuing in vviiiiamsourgn. lie never inauiges
ill a luxury of any kind, without thinking of the
poor. Whenever lie has peas for dinner, he'
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invaribly forwards the pods
i to thi Urphan Asy-
A young poet in Iowa, in describing ihe voice
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u. .... ..., --j - ...... -..v.w. w.., ItliT lnd (ntni, dwi,,y ,,,, ik, .n aaea-
cotuiectiiig dream land with reality. A far.ci- p. lei ofc,w b, whkh m-ir chn.hed a.pei and p pi. hare
ful young mi. 11 that Cujjid. Wllut a pity he , iili-rid sud Vd. but while itr r,ui, mouia ib,lr Irrrpa
dcalk so csteiisively in Vermillion. ' rable U, ttix eiijor H' taiwolini aswiraece thai draib n bar
. i i , , . . , M.as bwu ebrrnal int .ia uaineasared. augiacuiinf and ial-
A paper has just been established "out west : ,,,. T ibc, i. r the ,u rcaeainered iacidem. or
with the follow ing title. ''The Bellow s of t.ir life. J Hie rreeni Kenea and ifiun.bii, of her lanaii from
1 reedoin, or, The Suit River .Timlin. here j !"' t moruliir, a ,uperaal radiance cncirck lb, resi
IS the'-Batikuin Flag Stuff," Iiowi" ; log plsc. or her k,ed remain..
rib.. w;is eiialiied, by tUz grar, of the Rt-dprBier, lo endure
To Cent TUB DrsPLPSI. Civ a hujry , wiib trw W(t unfaitenniiiaiience and ruifnsilon iq tha Dirlut
d.vg a piece of fresh meat, and chase him till he1 win, ui n.ci prutratt. d and luuyrmj pini.
drop it. Yois h ill find this far superior to any 1 ht "'; "d an d ih biooat aad snjoe or
"iluniDjis miature" thut has yet been con-l """"""'t') .'"d e..aded is. h,i.o.o,ui
, J Intei.sis, in the njrinth u.s uf.lckua, and dluriluuoa. In, gran
COCtea. j ,4 p , adiaint.ierrd hnndnl t.inw.l Uun sud support.
' '" i N" niuioiurmg w.Md ewai-ed h'-r lip.-noi a trace i f d'Knn-
AccibC.tT O.-r HIS !UCTU lM R. R. A Sad lent apwarrd uiu tKr ti-sered bn.. oi Liinihid irU M.k.
acctueiit occurcd un the Southern Road on the
i si. h, caused L the breukinir of an ai!e of a
baL'tr.ire car about four miles Irom Toledo.
The brakes w.r instantly applied, ar.d the
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curs prevented from running olf the track, lut
W illi sun resiiiia to ine tirnaeinen.
Mr. John Towns, of Rlissfisld, wa crushed
among a pile of rubbish and iron. His bowels
were partly torn out, and bis boJy otherwise
mangled. hopes entertained of his recov
Mr. Peter an Camp, of Sylvania, haj his
right foot crushed. Mr. Charles II. Meade
had his right leg badly broken. He was a
brakt-in:in, mid resides ut Adrian.
Mr. J. J. Vox, rtcntly of White I'ieon,
ni'V a brak rman, was found we.Ted under
pile of the ruins, and was taken Irom a spuce
just large enough to hold his body. He was
severely bruised across Lis Ihighs and the lower
part of his ho ly.
All these individuals were engaged at the
brakes to arrest Ihe disaster. f Journal, of the
raiti to abto. .1
O From U New Orleans 1'icayene, June 13.1
At a late hour on Thursday night last, two'
of our youne fire-eatine bloods entered one of I
the fashionable saloons St. 9rles street in
a state whtcli indicated eonsiUerable fatigue, j
supposed to be caused bf carrying to large a,
brick in their respective hats in poir.t of fact,'
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inevriaiea. sinrr immuingiiK. i iwir nrc,
they comnenred ban lying wit, which eradually
ere'w personal, anj Caally sotnevery rnsultin
Unguaf was aea by one ot toe parties, whicn
fired the blood of the other, pretioutly sufli
eienlly beataJ by liquor, and a challenge was
immediately piven and promj.fly accepted.
C'aba weaca.ied and the Lellioa Jioung pen
tlemcn entered different ethicles. and ordered
the drivers to proceed at once to "Ti.e Oak." a
locaUty which has acquired a bloody diarinclion
from t! number ef duela which have been
feci jng a reconciliition; and one of the party.
rimiliariy known as ' I'arede, w ho was grave
drunk, was requested to tand euird over
another who wished to interfere, which he prom
i$eJ to do.
On arrivirg at "The Oaks," the tabmeo were
xtr7 much astonished to fiad the embryo duel'
i,t wrapped in the arms of Morpheus! With
eo'len iKrth the u-jarrel and the intended ri?ht.
On of them finally broke out with : "Why,
. what are ou doinz here? A. looked
confined for a moment, and answered. "I re
collect now some fell w grossly insulted me:
but I can't remember who he was. However,
I know I challenged him, and I suppose he will
be here soon." The other immediately proffer.
'd his services as second, and swore he would
stand by his friend through thick and thin.
They both embraced w ith tears of affection in
their eyes, and sat down on the damp grass to
wait for the arrival ef their antagonist,
After remaining there until near day -break,
and anathematizing the cowardly scoundrel who
had insulted one and disappointed both, they
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iikuicicu tutu irijncLiic u, tuu iciuiucu iu uic
city. They were seen brrArasling together
the neat morning at a restaurant, yoting to dis-
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. nau piayeu mem sucn a ceuicmpuuie irica, n
j uiey could only una mm
W by not polite? How much does It cost to
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'7 " thnk yonf W hy not practice it at Aome?
; T your husWnd, your children your domestics?
if a strar.prr does vou some little of courtesay.
how sweet the smiling acknowledgment! If ;
vour husband eh! it's a matter of course! no !
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heed of thanks. !
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Should an acquaintance trend on your dress,'
your very, very uesi, anu uy acciuTni tear nf.
flrtn t Ihinlr it I nun I par. rjf nil 1 if
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band dot ,l he gel
a frown; if a child
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Ah! these are little thirds, say you. They
1 e, m,S '' uPon the heart' ,et u Msure ou
Utile as the are.
n. eeiiiicman amps ai a irienu s uouse ana
i. , . .,'J1. 3
, . , . U J ,. .1
finds it in confusion. '-He don t ee anytime
. , , , , . , s
t. r .i
I .vsi w I ii in vr mm a nui iwrnin shut m- w emm-mi i x i
room crying children perfectly comfortable.
Uoe home where the wile has been taking care
of th sick ones, and working her life almost
. t ,
see why things can I be kept in bet-
there never were uch cross children
before," No apologies accepted at home.
Why not be polite at home? vhy not use
en coin of courtesay How
those li'lle words, "I thank
yery kind!" Doubly, yet
thrice sweet from the lips we love, when hears
smiles make the eye sparkel with the clear
1,g!,t of affection,
, Be H'e to your children. Do you expect
' l"e? l? De nmwm ,' y""r y Rw
glad ut you aproiicli? To bound away to
ysiir pleasure before the request is half spoken?
, Tl..n- :.i, a vn, jinrn:, n,4 nl..i,Br:,-v
: A not occurred in New Vork on the Fourth,
j in which a man waa beaten to dealh.
Departed this lif', in this rlj on the 1d itf at 1 ane, lart,
arirr a proiracire: ana Miniui HineM, whicn siie
' "iriaiian furiuud. ai.S iwio, M... ANNA F. NILLKR,
. tne amisM, ana beloved cansorl or all
. -r . . . ..
")' mscraiable dUpeasaiioa. an aoViionate aad derol
'.- " -- ....'., ...... .r
ft4attvas. a bat a trailr ruMiirant anal aawtul antnlr tf th
, . . . . ,
- H.. . ' WJ . 1 .1 1. IK .... I ar, ...... im
ialeresiin aad endeared rclaiiona and scenes of Ufa. A road
lnubaad, Uire Inuresuna dauihiers. ane a wuLina inianl. sard
"" " P""'". ano a euuieroesciri oi auacaea ana con-
t . . . . . . . , . . . . .
. efena. Her u.a.e like
a liter, oaflant. and wide and
' int ,nd r.
a daili wa, d 'i.uutd of Uia sunz, and
ifnto( iiu.ji.,.jrn,u. s.v.u, rcciuur.g t nm
h"1 ''""i"''; ""J si-'sru;.v,i.g br.ui. .he ..n.d,
i"isil hope Hit aiipruacli of deaib, "Jislili.a la d.aan and I
b. ..ia Chi- u. tfnmi htr -.,, .n4 a?..- 7.avi.
br g it aud beauu:u Kenrs and c1.uk, in braven.
liui luok' sb pa.w aii away in gio.ua:
A liglil from fur llluuin, ber fm-el a light
That romri Ueioad te njnon, beyonj the sun
The lirbl T liuih diflnei ibe glorious ku
Of re.arrHtiua ai lua prouiisd morn,
And mcrin.j. Ultra wiucb ne'er shall pan atsie."
I-ViU f-aie at th JVew Uuok Store by D. K.
Weekly I . lust rated News;
" Glnasou's Picloiial.
locate every bone in the body of the man who: . . Y, ,..,i.r,.i ,h... .n'm-i.
U , i .i l . .-I i . i -,1'ead. A lhouand times moie I lattilul than "t. nele
Clovernook, by Alice Catey ;
Fiesh Leaves fiom Western Woods, by Mis Fuller;
t.euis liem Fable Iuid ;
Way to d Good, by Abbott;
Coiner Siooe, by C. H. l avhi ) -y
ieer Ponurts. hy Mrs. I ulltill ;
For ra!e at fie ew Book Mote, by
; It-vl I', fc GAR MAN.
njnnlbal Wholesale MarteL
ti... m, i. ii
IXOVR Fine Cttr Braa4, $1.
" ,Jx'r' " " ?4 :t t .
( VRS.yx, v VhH. ,
om a -s.V i30e b-et.
nr. MP d-11rwt ' !
TOBACCO M M p ewt.
a-sti G. A. It N.
LA H 0-7 tJ: f
1 LI OW-fc l lb.
COR 1 T A L V50e V
FI.XSEF.D-75-9Cc V bushel.
BUTTF-R-ftiiOr. a B.
EGG1 r V doaen.
APPLF.S-Dri, fl 10 eVra, 60 60.
PF.ACHLS-Iil. t).4Vl Doaw.
SCGAR Vi7e t R.
COKFFE lOJt Pe f
rui iiULS-i'i ii. 'r; , ai
hAC0-V . 6;
gT: i: C' Al 1 " 2e V btiibet.
MIllslaY-Ciiv B anJs k V Valien.
HIDF.S Dif tl' iKie; Greco Sr.
RAbl.VS $1 I0il.
L'ST Rveeived ar.d fur sale at the lk tiara.
I by D. t. GAKM A",
Putnam's Mealbly ;
I!Iutrated Magaiin of Art, jjlltf
Fiatik Freeman'i Barber Chop, by R. B. Hall
Reierie. of a Bater.elor, b E. Msnel ;
Stray Yank in Terns, by Paxten ;
lap'Sbeef. by Myilo.
tj- Tor saie at the .New Book Stere by
jyUwtf 1). H.GARMAN.
NEW PIANO MUSIC.
T fcT Received at tfc JTtw Bask ir,
by D. K.
Just publiilied, New Sore J
Quadrilles, Polkas. jvUwtf
The Cabin and Parlor;
Or. Slaves ar.d Masters ; tomnlele in one Duodecimo
Volume of 336 rtrr. br J. 'Hiornton Randolph
Th Christian Observer speakin; ef this work says
it is "lleD'ete with incidents ol thnlii. e interest.
Well eooceiveJ, ably narrated, and contains scenes or
great dramat ie power."
..fw.. k i. . nr... tit . r . c 1 1 . nrtniti m-m . . . pvpr
: t0Bi.' There will be a universal rush for it.r At
Unit f Ga. 1 R-f,ubliran.
1 hi. i. in. i ilir umk Tor thetim-a. The incidents
! . ihrillinir that Hie reaJer's attention is lived after
i the perusal ol die Urst sentence." Marlboro ( Md.J
j)Ilwlf u. L
P'"' e V,"!-',,1?', H,ie" s
Lory and lonelv. by Martha Mcintosh t
em v(e ly Carelir.e Clee.bore ;
The Te:l Tate, by frusta ;
Siinny Side, by Iruita ;
Peep at Number Five, by Truta l
Gcu.i Irom tbe SacieU Mine, by iho's Wystt ;
For s'.eat the New Bk Stre, by
j,Uif D. K. GARMA.".
NEVBOLK AND StXtTo.NERY
MAI STIlEtT, IIA.XniDiL, MO.
I most reipeeTullr call the attention of the citizens
ef Hanuibal, and tle stinou'dia; country general
ly, to ay new and eau-n-ie stork el
Theological, Medical, 8 an
dard anil brhool Bwka ; B.a k
Book, Music Books. Lr'.tti anil Cap
Pajxr, Mips, cc. Willi all suits of Station
ery in gener.il.
Direct ficm the eastern cities. I lie) canliitent that 1
have the largrs!,tel selec t-!. -.. i.eeil stock eicr
oflered in this city.
Wholesale end Retail
Also, a splendi t Vdi.rti' ii
fii,:.;ers. Deco-itic -t
S a'ti-'v, ( uuur y
sci..i.s. Vi indow Faner.
S'.adei, w ith Cx'ures, A-c, Li.
Merchants and others from the interior wi-birg to buy
oV at wholesale or ielal, will had it to Hit ir advantage to
eiva u.e a call, fur 1 cau and will fell cheap.
D. K. GAUM AN,
Ct ianiercial Row, next door to t'-luiis" liew build
in, Haun.bal, Alo. July 7, IbaS If
m, ,. . " n-,
ine uneauesi eviT utiftrfto
17 - - w
roa sai. c
1 I HAYIUIWM
ttt r . ii I .i r 11
"""B price as win
enable persons wautinc Eoods to buv inme ro
' r 1 . , .
! J"0"'' v"
r .u . . . .
for less money than was ever done before in Hannibal.
ALMOST EVERY VARIETY
comraoa to uses aud wants of every ptron. Alt we
want is a call to convince the people ol ihee facts. I
purchase my goods far easb, aud a very low ratre
which will enable me to
SELL VERY CI1E.1P.
Our stock consists in articles as follows:
Boots and Shots, all kindsj
Quecnsware very late styles;
i,ioininT cut 10 lit;
of all kinds and varieties;
Cash paid for Wheat to.v of the market.
Our customers will always find W.W. p. OWSLEY
ready to wait on theio.
Remet berthe store, J. P. RAT BURN, Commercial
I Kow, opposite the Biady House.) (tnjh-K)
LJ.VDS XE.1R lL1XSlB.iL,
I HAVE several pieces of land detached from sov
farm by the Plunk ami Rail Rh.I, which I will sell
in lots, from ne to fjrty acres. O.'ie forty acre lot
ihrtemiles Iroio Hannibal, on the Plank Koad leading
fiom Hannibal to New London, bavin; on it a very fine
spring, a rvrtilet of pure running :toc water, aud one
of the most beautiful b-iild n spots in the S'ate.
I will a'so sell five shsres of Stock in the Hannibal,
Kails louuiy ai.n funs I'l.nii Koac.
For lent, a I.i n Store House on the Levy, three
stories h'jti. Also, several l-ot for lease.
June8I,J-W-4w IHuS. McUANNOLD.
aiTlaONG & BUOTllllR,"
(slcr:s.soiii TO l. Lor..)
Wholesale Candy Ilonie,
OV Hill s'rtt, Haniiibal, Mo., (Opposite J. A.
lulee at Co )
Where they keup constantly on hat.d a large assort
loenlcf CAMJIKS ol their own Manufactutr, aud ol
superior qualj'y to any made in the Western country.
They hype to renin the patronage of the Old Deal
ers in tha Litablishtr.eiit, aud also lo raake many new
P. S. All orders accompanied with a remittance,
ill be punctually attended to.
(myi'aiil ) J. LONG Jl BROTHER.
The Arrcna Mill
TS now in full operation, and will buy all th Goi
I Wheat and Corn olfcied for sale at 'he.r Mi!l. We
keep on hand (lie bcsl article of suprfin Family
Flour fr sale, or we w ill exchan I mm lor Wheat.
W will always srll as low or rr ihan (juiacy
Flour ran bs had of the same quality.
If Ca.l and en a in ine f r yoursi-lf.
A. S. Ro MAUDS k SON.
Hniiiti.l, Jttus J, ii tf.
WILSON & BROTHERS,
vnoLBsaLi as atraiL oraLtas ie (
Hardware and Cutlery,
r, rnf I ivc vru Bf-irnivrt
Q IWMJSy M,W EL ILDIG.
haxxibil, .no. f J ' p
Wsarraow . i i t
iri:M la I a ii in i k.
wrb all si- Cl K'"iaiaJI..1.iMa.iJ.
q all si- VaL f. ' i.fcIiMaa. a
tict ia oar lio at St. Loots preea. Oiar tok.tkaaai
not so extrnsit. eombirM s treat a
store of a similar eriarartri ia the Stale liaetrg uf
aift Wliolesale Estthlirhmert in 8. Lous. ,, mrm
enabled to dely ecMfeti'ion either ia priea,' a3brit'
or quality. W ran lami.h Meicbanis frota tnctaaa
tiy at St. lnh Wbo(ate Piicra, which will Sclsrvo
then f-oia the payment of freiehl, insoranee. rm,. .
sion k:. ADwt onrrx:ensiTloc of Hantwan
be fiand tb lollowinf articles :
framing In sale men Is.
Scythes, raaes, hay-foiks, train cradles, fcrt-ttw.
Beads, boes. spades, hel bay, straw and M
iM-riUneons. i ;
Cut,sVroirht an borse Nail Cllins', Iljnt' J.
pincotsand Simmons' ae; Si. raant, chisel' awT.
locks, latches. Wo Us. butu. hinaes aa4 kiiM.
If trar. baiter and bars chains.
.wsaisa' mmm aftmtV Twwl. 1
Gun bands, locas, donbbt IrifKers, ribs, ball'
pieces, tards and boxes, and a eeneial aisorl np.i
tools and hioiaiiDgi.
flaitis and sas, every vartrty, adaes, haasaversu
batchels, and otbei articles la the Carpenter' sitae
Fine pocket and table cut leryjraxors, shears butcher
knives, e. ' -
We also bars the riTC.1T CIIA St'aJM
ahich we will dispose ol lower Uaathey caa be ob-
lained aaywhere in the State. .. !
We iotite a rail, as our store is the largest and best
in Hai.mbal. is atl it toon to be. -
. B. We have removed cur stor from it, format
location, which tsatuear tb Citv Hotel, to tha 6m,
large t.ew Building, lately erected by Mr. H. W. CW
Ims.on the south east comer of Maia and Bud stieeta,
Hannibal. June 9. 1K53. (wly) .
DF.AI.F.R in Umber, shingles, laths, sub. e.,
OtSre at the Counting room f Miller m Peete'a
I .umber Yard, on the Coiner of Hill and Third streets,
Hacbibal, June 10 I832.rtf
ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK,
V. S MAIL STEAMER
DIE VERNON, Rufus
nii KAlfc KEARNEY. J
vn Aoie .i.s er.
JEANNIE DEANS. J. Brown. Master.
Oi a of the above Splendid Steamers leave th Kea
kua Wharf Boat, foot of Locust Street, St. Louis,tT.
ry evtning at 4 o'clock, Sundaya Excepted.
They will leave Hannibal iu tha following order:
Th Die Vernon will pass up every Tuesday and Fri
day Mornii . at JO o'clock, down Wednesdays and
Satuidays, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Tb Kate Kearney
will pa.s up on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'
clock. A. M., down Thursdays and Sundays, at 10 A.
M. The J-snni Deans w ill pa up on Thuradays
and Sundays, at 10 o'clock, down oa Fridays and
Mot.diys, at 10 A. M. '
ty l! w ii' be observf d by the above snar.getrienf, n
Tarkeis pa's up on Monday or dawn on Tuesday. .
For Freight or Passage having auperior accommoda
itona. Kr.q'iite on board or of
f,pl b aa-lfl MILLEK a. POAGE, Ajents.
r. cnot-Trau, i. jas. hassiscn. rtuiuui
IHOITEAU, IllRRlso k TUIE,
Coromissioo Merchants anu Proprietois of th St.
Louis Ruling Mill.
AND MANUFACTURERS Or' IROV in alt its
various shapes, Sheet Iron ami Bailer Plate, .
Nails and Spikes. from the ore of the Iran Mwn'aiss.
Iran Store No. 12y North Second street, bM. Lsui .
1sy 24, 1853. bm) -
A'torney at Lass,
(Xeaswgsr Building, Tp SUirs,)
HANNIBAL, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI,
'II.t F'Orpt'jr allpn4 lo all lm.rn.mil kvnneM eMrae4
ff l (.:, rut ia ii, tnnw o( MirtiM.. Halls a e,fca. Ha
win ir ar'KUla' ailmiimi is u Muq aa cvllactnw f
drbi, in an, pa'l of ifa zliaie. .
Orru a - In ihc ulrp.'n--r Buitdirc," run stairs, '
nm i'as-T ,
Milliurnr and Drrss Good's.
.NIKS. M. J. KIDD.
On Seecnd Street, North ef Bill Street,
IS now receiving aid opening her STRING gTTLEif
of GOODS, ei.ahlii'g her to supply her cusioaers;
with all kn.ds of Unry siIk Buui.et, Kmbroidced
Gimp-, and Gmpi of every descrioiim an I siie. She
will ktepon hand a vanetv oi Spring Man nits, of a new
style, and Mi;svs and rhi!d.en's Uasonea. Alse, a
handsome as-orlment oi Veils, Ribbons, and Flowers,
j Dresses imd and patterns cut to order, ia tne latest
vles. filoies. Linings, Feathers, Ladies9 Riding
I Hai'. and ever) thing else usually called for in such aa
I While ex'ei.iling a riveral invitation 'a ralL iVi
1 wishes the (act kepi in Blind, that ?he is determined1
xrn " ' po ttnM' of eompumt D.
acrouiu 01 rices.
I) VVID ll KAN,' -a
A T ANt'FACTl'RFR and dealer in Ttatlaa
j. American .vlarbK He has ow oa band a Urea
. . .. n. c . v ... " . . . "
iiiuii.Kui, puu win iiiiiiibu un us saujncsi ttaasee.
: M, .v. ,.. i.i o
Fine Pallor and Chamber Grates
Counter and Wah Slandsi
And ereiy other description of MARBLE WORK,
at lowprices. tj Call si his Marble Ysrd apwosit
be Brady House, Hannibal, Mo.
TTTST. LOl'IS A (.EXT. W. 8. SWYMMER.
Geueral N wspaper and Advertisisg Agent, C-mnr of
Second and Cueslaut Streets, (over tb Post 0K.ce, )
St. Uuis, Mo.
Attorney at Law,
HAVIN6 located at HANNIBAL, Missouri, wilt
puctice in the courts of the counties of Marion,'
Ralls Pike, Montgomery, Warren, Luacoln, aad at.
(Otfice in Collins' New Building, corner of Main and
jei'a3 BirdSts., wly.
BRAINAKU a. LAMHKR-ra FLOATING DA
Cl't RRKAN GALLLRY, is now lying in Bear
Cieek at the Fool af Main street, wber they will be
ready and always hp.y to wait upou all wha any
wish to procure lor Itirnxelvet
Tuis Gallery is lilted up expressly for this busli
nes,, aiili a large Side aod rSayl'ght. Picluies ar
takeu very rich and in Ihe very best style, and put up
in any si vie af Case, Locket, or Birastpin. Come all
who wish to see yourselves moat beautifully
aiid come loeu lor we remain at Hanuibal but a few
I r llieir skill snd expedience enable thea to oner
a rare chance lo those who desire ta leant th art of
4 LOCATED I ;
It is not yet determined wber.
Bat C. W. BRYAN wanta
10,000 in Gold.
At the St. Lauis Stove Ktoie, for which b will giv
rtlle) r Celebrated Cliarfer Oak and .
I'loneer t ook Mves,
At the Lowest Cash Puce.
Ji' St. Louis Stove M.-ie, Mam Street, lus disnrs
North of Ihe Brsdy Hou-e. C. W. Bk AN.
(nh:.' 4 wm)
SJ .m js'wwwa.,'
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