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HANNIBAL JOUKNAIv AUGllST 1, 1B5I3.
WEDNESDAY KVE.VlNd. Al'CCST S,
Fjt the Hannibal Journal.
Mr. KniTon i In jour paper of last week, I aotlce cull
signed by "Many Voters," mlttulcg mo to became a candi
date lor fbi office of City Marshal, mil feci it my duty to
respond to Ibtt fill. In 10 doing, I yield to their nUhee,
cod hecota i candidate fnr thit ,fliot. J bave only to lay
tbit, ibould 1 be elected, I will, tcocrdirg to tbt best of my
bility, strictly ind faithfully dlrrhtrpt the duties devolving
upon me ever koeping in view tbt interest! of the city, ind
1U eitlini. I fel muiSo flstUtfd by tub) tell, inl return to
"Mkny Voters" my sincere thanks, ind earnt'tly (oliclt tbe
loipirtof ill. Very rcepectfally,
We anxiously search tlic future with a glass
of "hcxtra double million magnifying power,"
as Samuol Wcllcr, Esq., would have said.
"When I get to be a man," says the boy who
lias jut put on his first pair of pantaloons, "I
will go where I please, and do lis 1 like, anil
Father can't make me do anything;" tnd this
lofty idea swells him, until the new incxpress
Vblcs can scarcely contain their owner. At he
xjrows up other ilreuins light up his path, calling
arouud him ill the glories of n brilliant future,
with none of its drawbacks. As lime progress
ps, diflu-ultirs, impediments, and obstructions
unfxperU'rtly start up and glare upon him like
unbidden phantoms. Then a shadow begins to
fall upon his prospects. The view becomes
"mixed." There is no longer a monotony oT
flowers mi ! r.iinhows. An unskillful artist, he
at first put no. lung tmt light in his pictures.
Experience learns Mm to introduce some sha
ding, also, lie discovers that no rairy attends
him to change pumpkins into splendid carriages,
or hares to magnificent horses, or everything he
touches, instantaneously to gold. Fairies slow
er in their movements, and of sterner aspect,
but not less potent for good, arc to control his
destinies: these arc Labor, Self-denial, Patience
Cities and nations arc governed by the fame
feelings that rule the destinies of individuals.
A man coming to this section in 183(5, would
have been struck with the apparent necessity
for a town ef considerable importance somewhere
on the west bank ef the Mississippi, between St
Louis and the Lower Ilapids. Not looking to a
railroad future, which, like second Nature,
would most probaWy bestow Fortune's favors
promiscuously, and in seeming confusion; but
considering only the commercial advantages
as developed, it would have appeared that ht
Louis must lorevcr remain uic central sun,
ing revolving nrsund it the lesser lights stud-
ding the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. All )
the produce concentrated at these points might :
be expected to be poured into St. Louis, and;
t,nc wmild li( drawn all their suntilies for the !
tnenee wouui ueurawn au uit-ir -uppiiia iui
interior. Lrnter sucii circumManccs, no rry
important town could be expected to spring up
There would be races for precedence, rostcring,
and in turn cheered on by local rivalries and
petty jealousies, the small Victory finally to be
awarded to that town which should manage to
net the best start, or which mi"ht
o - u
with some neighborhood advantages
this fortunate town be Louisiana
if i . i i
or Palmyra, or Marion City
Lagrange or Alexandria ? Alllhcsc places luul
a fine scope of country bock of them, though ;
Hannibal was proliuUly t.esi niuuieu, in mat rc
snect, the radius of licr circle of trade being 70
to 100 miles, over a counlry uuMirp isscd in pro
ductive capacity, and which, by immigration,
was rapidly increasing in population. Alexan
dria is too near Keokuk. Lagrange, Tully and
Canton oould not be expected lo adv. .nee much
farther than they have gone, as they had Quiu-
y on one side and Hannibal on the other, lo
c.iM.'rnd :.g.iint. Marion City was soon swept
cii bv lie waves of the Mississippi, and with
i! m;.i. : rc.uis "casllc in the air." Leaving
'railroad out of the question, no good reason
coul l iiav been advanced fifteen years ago, why
Louisiana should not progress nearly as fast
und ., f r :; ILmiiibal. Palmyra was the most
pr.mui.'.t val of Hannibal. She had the
county sea., , :. 1 Hannibal was crammed down
into the ex'.reme comer of the county. The
P trunsniirtaiiiin from Marion CilV to Pal-
ivm wh hut trilliiiL'. while the trade
laro-e section of rich cnunlrv centered at the lat
ter nlacc Leavinir the railroad out of view, it
doubtless seemed probable thai by well directed
energy, Palmyra might continue lo tread close
- .1.- I... ,1 -t ll.n ,i "mil i i. n inn tines
in liiv I it,: i a i i ii.ii.i.u"', -
was am infliction r ill-starred fortune, retarding
lli trrowth and nrosncritv of Hannibal. This,
however, with other minur diflicul'ies, lias van-
- c I i -
Tbu, of number of towns contending for
uptriority, there were no circumstances sur
rounding ny one of them, which were of suffi
cient importance to render it indisputably cr
taift thit it had been chosen for greatness.
The history and present position of Hannibal
rov that her Future is in her Railroads,
, JMifc Roads, and .Vintiai7ns.
W ere indebted to Thomas E. Hatcher,
Esq., Clerk of the County Court, for the follow
! 2 3
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Tbot. K. Thompson,
Clerk of County Court
Thos. E. Hatchrr,
i Mal.Tlty. .V.1.
TUOMA3 E. II ATClll'.lt,
Cleik ol tbo County Court.
Augost 2nd, ISM.
Dbownid. Yesterday a man was found in
the river about live , miles above Hannibal, and
brought down to Scipio. He had apparently
bten dead tome eight or nino (lays; was proba
bly a deck hand; had on a blue shirt und blue
punts, with a handkerchief around his waiat.
THE CHEAP BALK OF STOCK.
Mr. Hall ought not to be guilty of a great
many absurdities erjual to that of telling his
stock in the Hannibal .ind St. Jesepli Railiond
at twenty per cent, below par! That stroke
of policy A-as a dead failure. Instead of bring
ing discredit tipisalhe road, it only caused the
perpetrator to be laughed al. !
There is one aggravated phase of this act of
ridiculous folly, from which we are happily able
to relievo Mr. Hall. On the authority of a ecu-
tleman wo published ft short time ago a state
ment that Mr. Hi.ll had been offered par at St.
Joseph just previously to selling out in this cily.
This Mr. Hall pronounces a "lie." We coulJ
or course know nothing about what wai going
on at Saint Joseph, exTccpt through information
lenved from others. Our informant confesses
that he might have been mistaken, and we fairly
cowhide that he wu$ mistaken.
A gentleman in St. Joseph advertisos that he
will buy all the stock in the Hannibal and Saint
Joseph Railroad that may be ofTered for sala at
20 per cent, discount. We presume, however,
that he may save himself further trouUe. Mr.
Hall's is nrobablv the last of the lot.
The Pennsylvania ltailioad Company
own 16 locomotives., ot which t ivelve are
ofacapaclyt equal to speed of SO miles n
hour. The Baltimore and Ohio railiond j
have 111 locomotives, some of which are of!
equal speed. 1 his immense velocity has
been attained through the active competi
tion of the railroad companies, who have
spared no exensc in rewarding construct
ors Tor costly experiment.
The examination of Misses Smith Si Patricks'
school took place yesterday in the basement of
the li.iptist Church, and was largely attended.
The proficiency or the scholars was very satis
factory even to those who were not acquainted
with the fact that the larger portion of the school
has been made up during the progress of the
session, so that there has not been time to train
many of the scholars equally with others. Yet
the prompt readiness and correctness of answers
was much admired, and considered very credit
able to the teachers and their scholars. T'vo
studies, astronomy and botany, the scholars were
not examined in, on account of the lateness of
the hour at which they were reached in the or-
, , .....:.,.;.,.
The cxeroise3 in tlie even;ng, gavc more gcn.
cr;il s.llisraction than anything r the kind ever
be,ore wilneMC(1 in ,ilis city.
Kvrvi)oJv ...... ddicrhted with the ncrform-
i ,i i , .i , ,11 intorestodin tboonato cf OILL1
linccs 0 tl,e primary class, during the day and tut tntf UI1atrtiKncd adiuini-trator ..f
n lhc cvcnh,s The little folks "beat the Jews,'
singing, although they have been but a short
time in training.
The performances of all the scholars in vocal
music, and of those who performed on the piano
, , it .i -
' were much nraised. as were all the exercises of
cvcn;ff. consisting of A sonir in concert J
" , . ';
Salutatory, bv Miss S. Willis; Hew's Ouiok-
- - '
step, inslrumcntal, by MUs Shoot; Declumation
i u:,.- I)AV.!4: Musin : (aiIUhiiiv. Solar Svs-
l(Jm (ajrairuljly calculated to indelibly impress
llpon the ,nemori,5 of lhe pupils their knowledge
of the machinery of the Solar System; Uecla-
J J t
lliution, by Miss F. It. Paveyj Song, Primary;
i, i l c 11
Colloquy, V omaii s Hlghts ; French Song, Uc-
chimulion, Miss C. Shoot; Song in concert
' r r
French Collu'ltiv; llislrumental Duett! Reading
1 - "
of the lioiiquet ; Song; Declamation, by Miss
M. HoWy ; Song, Primary class; Floral collo
quy; Valedictory, Miss L. P. Honey man ; Mu
sic. Miss Davis, on behalf of the pupils, present
ed a handsomely bound book to e ,i b -i ' e
teachers a token ot aflecliunaln ivt-. i .', wcil
merited, complimentary and appro) r'uir.
Ky encouraging such teachers, Haiiiuhal may
be always blessed with good schools.
Mr. White, Mail Acent oil the Die Ver -
' n .
noil, brings down tlie news, we are tol.l, thai ;;iJ a apeeiuien to anyonewno, without subjecting ua to
enough counties in the Third District have been 'X' ho e,l.rBed to th. new
heard from to justify the assertion that L1ND- I '' "t the tdy inKopteuiber next, nt thn close of it eur
i nv to I'l ri'Tfii i nut volume. It will then be the lareH Weekly afforded to
LEY IS L.L1.C1LD. lUubsf.rtl per annum In the world, and its white paper will
. . oo:t ua nearly or uite all that we ro. eive froui ita Club Eub-
Mr. Thompson has obtained about two-thirds scriU-ra. W o ihad h' to niik it pay by appropriation
I ..ll . - ..f lh. a....... ,W... ... . , . .
of the vote of the county for Circuit Clerk
I Dickerson ought not to complain ; for, as one of
J our merchants says, "lie could hardly expect us
vounir men to vote tor uu oiu uuciiciui i nc
' ,tn,,t 1I1.-A I'l .Ti(.nur:i,Tp tlii'in tlipv ollalil let fill
... . w -, ... , j
better. It is well enough to rebuke old bache
lors, for not setting us young ineu a better ex
ample. No mail up to-day.
Joseph logridge succeeds iu business the
late firm of Mogridge &. McFaul, of St. Louis.
STABBING, We learn from one of our cit
izens jnst returned from a visit to Boone county
that on Tuesday the l'Jth inst., a serious dilfi-
culty occurred at liocheport, between iMr.fllc
Quiddy and a Mr. Lewis, in which the former
stabbed the latter in the abdomen with a Howie
knife. An examination was made by medical
attendants soon after injury was inflicted, and
tlie wound pronounced to be fatal. Our in
formant learns however that death had not en
sued on Thursday morning, though lie hopes
were entertained of his recoviiry.
McQuidily was immediately arrested and
put on trial in a court of inijuiry, which resulted
in ruling him to bail for his appearance before
tlie next circuit court, in the sum of seven hun
dred dollars. Our informant was not advised of
the cause which led to the dihculty, Druns
wicker. The so,l of Siberia, at the close of the Sum
mer is found still frozen for fifty-six inches be
neath the surface, and the dead, that have lain ill
their Collins fur one hundred and fifty years,
have been taken up unchanged in the lrust.
K. M. M0FFETT,
Wholesale : voter uud Coinrubsioii
COUVF.R I.r.VF.h AM) HILL STREET,
. mHStP.1I.,' MO,
Mou'uibtrU, 1j 'y
The,Mobile pspOs give olficial notice of the
arrangement between the New Orleans and Mo
bile companies for building a railroad between
the two cities. A suUscribtion for 500,000 of
the Mobile company is to be oprned rm the 12th
inslant, and remain open until the ,'()i!i, after
which the amount unsubscribed will be offered
in Louisiana and Mississippi.
A squark of finely perforated Kino plneed in
stead of glass, in one of (ho panes of a window,
is n cheap and excellent mode of ventilating a
A wnger was laid that it was a YutAo pecu
liarity to answer one question by asking another.
To sustain the assertion, a down-caslcr was in
tcrfogafod "I want you," said the belter, "to gite me a
straight forward answer to a plain question."
"I kin do it, mister," said the Yunkce.
"Then, why is it that the New Euglanders
alwavs answer a question by asking olio in re
turn?" "Du thryV wai Jonathan's reply.
The Washington Republic, hitherto lite
tg organ, lias commenced a new series
as a neutral paper devoted to news and literature.
In New York, if one may believe the pa
pers, money is more abundant and capita!
is accumulating. The bank returns, as far
'T ' ,' . -i mouf,rjlc " ,a,-
i:xchan-e is steady at 0, the leading bank!
en, drawing against ingot at that price.
Ilannibnl Wliolosile Market.
Hsnibi., Mj., Ai'nur 4, HiJ.
FLOCR-Kiiie City Biands, $.
Siipcrline, " $t S0$l 73
WIIKAT MKr'eoc V bushel S3 cts. for New Wheat.
COKN !25ri.3dc f bushed.
OATS Mc V bushel
HEMP flood $4 V cwt.
TOBACCO $2 M)'i$i 03 cat.
HAY 40'50c "r cwt.
SALT Kanawha. 4'ici C. A. $1 73.
LAKU-7(vSlc V lb.
TAM.OV-ti 'itc f lb.
CORN MEAL 4.Vi 50c V buMiel.
FLAXSE!.l)-75'"(tnc V bushel.
WOOl-2u'.35e V lh.
hOT"rEU-8;lot.c. V lb.
i:OG 8c V dozen.
APPLES Dried, $1 10; Green, fOiCO.
PEACHES l)ii.'d, Si 0O Si none.
SV1AU v-7c r
M EI. ASSES 35'-..45c
COl-'KKE 10',llc 'r' H.
POTATOES iih. 304;Oc; Sweet, $1 SO.
OXIONS-SO'aoOc f bushel.
STONE COAI-lS'aaJC V bushel.
WHITE UEA.NS-$1 M)rVi$l 23.
WHISKY City Hiaiuls lie f' gallou.
HIDES Dry 1'Hc - Green 3c.
KAMXS $3 60H$"l.
FI X A L S liTT L1..M H X T .
NOTICE it hereby given lo the creditors nnd ill others
tntoreatod in tbo onato cf UILL1AM KIM), deceased,
ah id ctato, on tne firnt
day of tho next November term of the 1UII County C iurt, or
toon thereafter an baid cvurt i!l hear tbe fame, wUl mako
fi:.al teUleuicnt of bis uduiihu.rkliou i f raid e lite.
JOHN hol'SK, Adm'r of
August 4, 1S03 lt GILLIAM illi, tiej'd.
riinK NEW YOI'.K TK'IH'NE having eonirlctod the twelfth
i a t-ar fi na ex.fitence. on ino vm oi nini, f.kbhm .w
1 , '. iT ..,
diiai; fully one third to in area, and which wid require us
heiiitfirib to jav iiio-e f.T ths n.te paper on "hicn it u print-
e-l than ailwerctiTe from it EubeiTilcn. And. ample as
our locuuie hiu been, (tluub Uti ample than it hat been cur
rently reigned) our cxp -niliturea fur tho next year inuH be
lartfer than our onnual income has ever yet been
' but upon the maturebtcmsiiivratinn. ihcroare tbiruen uf us
j be.uln.-t.-d out ol it.- current iuomu and this cnlr,tnint
addMi ituo $.'tl, UUll tr antjum to our expeneefl without uccoeB-
tarily in. rtneingour recoiptn. Vet weenci.uutei to many om-
! plaints of Ibe bUi;ill tvp.', th) fine rriut, tad f-r the eyes, Ac,
j thjl reaulved toriik uirail on theen'eri rise of uiakiuK
. P1; 'M eati'f' mn & have hitnerto
a'ood aloof, and o enlarge tur fuhroiiptmn and AJvertinng
: ua luaoaure ui i reward for our cxertina in the future ual
I . . . l . . . I : 1 . , e . , l .... U
10 limine nave uiijoj iu iu lue iiwti. ,i e van a'iu uue-iuui iu
I to our riadirig matter, and Teent tlie h'le in fnir, clear
type of gocd ixe, we believe e may neatly double our cireu
lauon; and tbU, though ul no uireut mivHiiiagn to ua, aecurea
tuch a :. cna-e of our AauriiMi as hiu Icavo ui nothing
! Iv O'ire.
ii'o o iLi-Kc.kly Trit lire u enUrnj. to the sew eize of
1 the di.il , 1 ft.' uij; our c uiitry Irien.ls who bnve no daily
rr...i!, or thi I- itey am,1 1 alf rd a daily paper, to give this
it, x.tintu;itw;i. We alwaN etudy to coudunto tha largest
p..-(iblo auiouLt of u.elul and iuleresting matter into our
, Weekly ; yot u is pbyHcully imivible tbut we should print
I tliero tten one-lbird uf mr lutteis from Ejrope, Atu Minor,
I Inilia, v aiitoriua, .Mexico, ceutral Auierici, A.o.,&e. iiut ill
ihew are civen in our temi-nuekly. There is not another
piper isued in the world which contains no large n amount
of mainly ortiMual reading for so small a sum: ked we truat
j that, since postage has been reduced to mere bagatelle, there
! are thousiuds if our friends bo havo hitherto taken the
UI.. .k.. i I l,..nn..r..,.l, .1... .1.1.. L'.. ;il
,111.11 , , U .UV ,V" W , V tUUB lilCAl- I, I A'JTtl LUDIUCUI.j
wini'h until such enlariiiuent, we must contiiiue to keep with
in tbe narrowest limits. It i.' iaiued every l hurtdiiy tnorn
ii:, acd cntaint uiont of the matter ol the Lilly, with more
suuiuary accououot su.'h Events ard Proceeding. as cannot
tld in giving i full, graphic, and faithful account of what
toe n oria u Doing, wbcrool it is iliiukmg, slU now it u
(Payment in all rases required in A ivacce )
M 'il Subscribers. $' a Tear ; $ I .W for tVree mnnths.
SLMI-W1.KKIA IKUiUNK. I WEEKLY 'IIUUL'NE.
binglo oopy, - - jf.i 00 St-gla copy, - i HO
Tu cipiui, a OH Three copies, - 6 00
l'cn copies, 20 00 Twenty ( to one id'r) 20 00
Fostago en tho Tribune.
Under tbe new law, pismgt to regular lubjcribors
To the weekly Tribune, una vour, it - - - -2ft
Tbe Daily 1 rihune, one yetr, - - - - $1 fli
Tne Svmi-Werklj iVibuiio, . ne year, - i2
Postmasters or tbers takiDg charge of ind rcmittii g
ua ihs money fur a club of twenty will bo entitled to oojjy
ot the Woekly gratis.
butuoriptiuns may by forwardsd at anv season nf the
yoir. Address, 't.KElXKV A M.KLKATH,
Publishers, Tribune lluildings, Nutt Yurk.
Votes of &I1 prflrbvi..! in ll.nki in Lh. lii.itA.1 Kt.tM
aru taken for sutKirijtiuna to ibis ia)r t. par. Money in-1
cliiecd in a letter to our adJros, nod de-poaitod in an Post 1
UflUe in tin United States, way bo eonMderei it our risk )
out a otacnptiun ol ILt bills ought in ill eases to be left with
p-r- The Weekly Tribune is sent to elerymcn at $1 per
NEW DHUG STOKE.
Lit. II. N. ASHKKS0N, has jut opened and
"ill keep cussiunily on hand a Haneril AfSirl-
li z3i Drugs, Medicinea, Paints, Oils,
r Yaruun, I'.ve-SiutU, Wid.Iow lilass, bpioes, 1'er
fuuieiy, ooap', lliu--ha, and tveiy other artic le UMially kept
in a I'rug More. Thes articles; bisva been selected by him
self with great cure, aMed by vue J, tbe beet wrupis's in
tho Mte, and ha W A Hit AN IS every a.'ticlt) sold by him, to
he OENUNi: AND HtU-U.
Ho occupies the U.J btuud J til tiifl aui Mathews, cn Main
strict, ul I to the Citv II,. tel.
Hauaibal, July 20, Uill dA3m
l'io lamulioii. r,
Whereas, tbt owners ol a major part ot lllock No. 11, in tbe
city of Hannibal, have petitioned uie to grant in vrder to
ixouibil tbe erecti'ia of aoidn bu id ujjs on and llus.k. I
iherel.iis, in coeforuiiiy with the iirdinur.es Nu. 1.0, paed
b) this cilj', do warn all -"tii lrn). r"'tin'! up any wmjin
buiidJK or buildines in said block, C'litranr to I Hr ilntTie-
ijaiiuibal, July JJlh, 1m3. T. II .-"LLMIi:-, Major. ,
iTAWinat fittiitmr "
rTMlF. undersigned proprietor, onll respectfully In
form the public, th it lie has just onemrj in e i ev I
ml elegant style, tho above house i and knowing tlx
antidilution.! ot Ins fi irnlg. If assures (hem tml I tie
public that his pride and ambition shall b satisfied,
not only by keeping much l!tnr hoire than has evel
been iM'i't i ihls city, but that none shall excel hiinin
't his is tall pledge, bat try him dm! yon (
toliifitd. WM. SHOOT.
N. 1J. Shoot, Jordan Davis, in connection with
I lu house. huve the Urgent ami , Most splendid Stable
outside of tit. Louis, in the M'ali, whnnt ll public Can
be accommodated speedily vfi'.h .e!e and fnt liorsee,
line biiijiies,cnrr ai;ra, er harks. Tor any destination.
Also the best feed uud al lent ini to batse r smiles, all
at lair tales. - (T,lgw'.f)
T?INK. FRESIf, WHliR WHEAT FLOUR
J A SI'I.KNOli) AKi a LK, for file at the A R.
HHN A MUX by
, A. S.liOUARD ft SOM.
It. W. OLIPIIAT, ,
10, St. I liartf$$$.9
ST. LO'UlSj 11 6 " : 1
PartinJnr allmlim paid to d infanta of Iht
nov27-ly i .
ST. LOUI3, MI3SOURX, '
Commission and Forwarding llouuc,
(Lite Twitchcll k Mopridge,)
Ao. o3 Commercial, llelow Tine street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Cl OXSION M ENTS nnd IVmmissions will meet with
prompt and persnnnl itletition, end liberal CASH
AD ANCES will be aiven on Consignments or UilU
of Lading IN HAND.
The forwarding ami receiving cf merchandize and
produce will meet with especial care ind dispatch; the
lowest rates of lieiRht will always be proeuied, and
the expense orstomno and ilrnyae as much as pos
Orders for rurchasme filled it the thortest notice
and low est market prices.
(Tiarless, Blow &, Co.: St. Louis.
Mioteau & Vallc) )
Doan, Kit e & Co.j , j
Frost & Forestj New York. !
Chailes A. Meigs; J
T. C. Tvvicliell Sl Co., N'ew Oileans.
I have an open policy of Insuiance, hich will
cover all shipments to my address, when advised by
letter per mail, or uheu endor.ed on bills of lading
oeiore, or at llie tune ol slnj.nieijt.
St. Louis, Jamiry 29, 1S53. (lw)
DOVN GO THE TRICESII
" Cheap Rents,'1
Quirk Kiils and Small Profits,
AT THE O.NE PKICK hTOKE,
On Rlr), llvtvv.ru Slain mill 'I'hlrU Ntrrrta.
I'l l ills.
The best and most favorite llianels. which ire cela
hrated for elegance of Style, fait and durable cotort, at
raiulcd I.awnn nnd Jaconets
An elegant isoitine;il ol the most lashionable, from
iu 10 4UC.
tsilk Dcrnees ami Tissues.
Which are not surnasied in any inatUet in beauty
anu elegance ot style, iiom j,i to o.ic.
Ileiaue lie I.uint-s.
A beaut i f t il selection, which lias universally met the
w ishes of those in want of this style of eoods, at 20
to 33c. vorth -10c.
.SOI.ll A I.I. M OOIi IlF.I..ilM:8.
Pink, tilue, Mode and 11 ;.c-k,at 53c.
Black Gro Des Rhine, at $1.10, $1.15, $1.20; for 32
inch lilack VvaSeri'd, $1.10. uorm $ 2 A beautilul se
lection of Fancy I)ies SiIks. cheap Florence hilks, all
colors, at 33c; crapes lor bonnet linitijs, at 30c.
An cxletisiv a-uUnn'nt ot Ushionahle Pointed
French worked Collins, chemisettes, undcrsleeves,
Handlii'icliiels, &c, Ac. lilack silk lace veils, at
$1.50,ieni Uau.e, 2nc) green anil blue berage; Lisle
and linen edgings and lace; ciwis and jackonet inser
titles and edgings; silkl'ringe; giuij. tnunuii.g-) braids,
IIOSIFIIV .M OI.OTCS.
A complete stock alwavs on hand.
Irish and pillow case linen, bleached linen clolhi.
napkins, &.C; Russia linen slieetinc 9-4 at70c; bleacliMl
sheetings 1 to 3 yards wide; bro. btiflfltTg 4-4 it "Jc;
fine shirtings lOto 10V; bleached ilo.'.lto 18c; 4:4 F.anle
ticking, at 25c; 7-8 at lSc, gooJ; cottonades and de
uiuis; lilavs linen, &c,
ll.tlll AMI TOOTH lini'SIIES.
Fin Ivory combs. F.t.plisli redding, pocket, tuck
side, shell, Pa If and Misscs'round coyibs; dre3S but
tons, pearl, white ami fanry colored agate buttons, 3 doz.
lor ac; tlie celebrated i'llman and Jennent neeuies, an
N'os. 5c: Zenhvr worsted at 1 cent ner skein
canvassep, perlorated paper, parasols at reduced
ces; metallic eyelets, at 5c per gtoss, together with all
the little notions usually Kept in a Fancy Variety Store,
and wanted daily by every family. Handsome satin
striped summer vests, at Krc to $1: a small lot of silk
figured winter vests, will be closed out it 75c, u'orf
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Gaiters,
From the most common to the most tidy, the latest
styles, infants' solt morocco; youths', boys' tud men's
A liberal discount made to (hose buying to sell ajjain.
The citizens ot Hannibal, and Marion tnd the ad
joining counties, arc respectfully bolicitcd to aa cxaiui-
liallrwi nf n ufnlr nn 'iatit tit.. tu I Autlwr n L'
s""h hc style, elegance Atrability-.nd prices of
the goods will ine-t the aprobation of all.
tf KKMEMBF.lt THE S1UN. Mird slreet, Up
Stairs. (mylS'o.'wly) ' S. M. A100KR.
11 AN AWAY
11 ROM the subscriber, living in Howard coun
ty, Rio., near Fayette, on Saturday night,
the I5th of this month, a Hack mat) named
JOE. 11a was heavy set, about tiv6 let
ten inches high ; rather round-shouldered,
or stooping in hi walk ; about twenty
three years old; jet black; weighs about
KH) pounds. He wm formerly owned by
Capt. Stonn bf this county, and it i possi
ble that ho niav be lurking about that
neighborhood. I "will give reward for
him if found in this State, and secured so
that I cau obtain him; or whit the law
require., which i if 100 1 inward, if taken
out of the State.
MORGAN A. TAYLOR.
July !ht, IS."3:-w4l
th.in. s. suti.ka.
iao. t rt'a.
MILLER & FOfJUK,
(StwcesjorstoTI-os. S. Miller,)
Wholesale Uroceisk lieticiul Coiiiiuission Merehaii't,
No. i vn, Hannibal, Mo.
"Co Partnerbhip." .
r I'M IK un.leisiiied have entered into co-partnei
J- ship lor Hi... pin pose ol transacting the l.ioceiy
and Gi ii.'ial t'( niiiii.ssion bunim ss, undrr the name aud
styltol Mll.l.KK . I'UGLi: t tilt old stand yl Tbot.
tt. iMilicr, No. i. Levee.
THOS. S. MILLER,
I.LO. li. POOUE.
Hannibal, June 10, tS. (jtl'MI)
H R A N I) Y.
IJL'ili. Old I'alt and li.rk Uiand fur Medicinal farposcf,
for al at the llri.t; btorii of
Jul; a", IDJ-daaliiu.
i. U'J(jUHn$ Ointment ttnd l'i(i't a Suprruir
llf.mrdft frr Sinrljulir: Affections and all' 1) il
ea of the Kkim. Cutaneous disease, are
In thrir nature both obnoxious and painful
n (hne nfllicted, causing great anxiety of
mind, heaviness, wennness and dejecikoh
of spirits. To clTcct a cure of thoso dread
ful malndicj, use iUliowny's Ointment and
Pills. The latter is tha finest purifier of
the blond ever discovered, and there p
nothing equal to the Ointment for allaying
the irritation of the parts nlTected. 13y n
sady perseverance in tho use of these
reqpdiet th most agravated diseases of
the skin may be cured, and the patient re
stored to sound health.
HEALTH Mil THE STATESlt
EXTRAORDINARY CURB OF LOSS OF jiR ALTH.
DISORDERED STOMACH, INDKlKiTION AND
DKTKRMINATION OF BLOOD 10 1 UK. HEAD.
Copi of a letter from Mr. John I.loyl.of Erwuc,ntar
' ' ' Jliirlnh, Merietuththiri,
To rrofeiior Hollowav: ' '
Sir I avail myself of the first opportunity of inform
ing yon, that for i very lonp pciiod I was afflictedwith
a uatiCrrotii cnuliticis ami lieqncnt fWimtnii c" m the
head, altei 6Vd by loss ef appetite, disordered jtomtu h.
and generally impaired health) K.veiy means had
failcU to give any permanent relicl, and at length I
became so alarming that I was really afiaid cf goiig
about wi'hout on attendant. In this melancholy con
dition I waited personally upon Mr. Ilnches, Chemist,
llar'ecti, lor lhe purpose el consul lug n.m as to wtiai
1 had better do; lie kindly recommended your Pills, I
tried the in without delay, and after taking them lor
short tune t am happy to bear testimony to their won
derful efficacy. 1 am now restored to peifect health,
and enaDled to resume my usual uuuea. i oil ire at
liberty to publish this letter in my way you may think
proper. I am. Sir, your obedient Servant,
June fi h, 1R.S2. (Signed) JOHN LLOYD.
MIRACULOUS CURK OF DROPSY.
Extract of a t Ker from Kdieari Itovley, Etq. , of Mia
H'affr, TohjO, dated Jpril Sth, lj, ,
To Professor Hoi.loway:
I)ka t-iB I deem it a duly I owe to you and the
public at large, to inform you of a most miraculous re
covery from that dreadlul disease, Dropsy, and which.
under Uo.l, was t Heeled by yoi.r invaluable fills. I
wai tapped five times within ei;lit rr.outln, and skil
fully licated by two me.lirtl pmclilioneia, but could
mt get cured, nntil I had recourse to your remedy, ami
notv. ith-tanding all I had undergone", this miraculous
nicdicine cured me in the course ri six weeks.
(Sgi.fd) F.DWARD ROWLEY;
INFALT.1BLK Cl'RK OF A STOMACH COM
PLAINT, WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT
Extract of a I.dlir from Mr. S. fjotreit, Chrmitt, of
Vliflo, wenr iJrtffof, daUi July 1 MA, 1852.
To Prifeesnr Hol lowar:
Dear Sih 1 am reuu.-sted by Lady named Thom
as, just arrived from tke West Indies, to acquaint you
that for a rio.l of eight years. Iieiself and lumily suf
fcied fioiu continual bud health, arising frcm disorders
of the liver and stomach. Indigestion, l.ossof Appetite,
violent Head-aches, pains in the side, weakness and
gener.il debility, for which she consulted the most em
inent men in the colony, but without any beneficial re
sult; at last she had rtcouise to your invaluable Pills,
w hich in a very short time effected so great a change
for the better, (hat she continued them, and the whole
family were restored to health and strength. Further,
.-he denes rue to say, that she has witnessed their ex
traordinary virtues in those cemplainti Incidental to
childien, particularly in cases of Measles and Scarlati
na, having ellW-ted positive cures ol these diseases with
no oilier i einedv. (Signed) S, uUWKN.
Thete ultbraled PiUi are wonderfully efficacious t the
Ague Dropsy Inflammation
Sore Thrdals Asthma Dysentery
Jaundice Slone ir.d Gravel Bilious Com-
Eiysivelas Liver Complaints plaints
Secondary byuin- Illot'-hos on the
toms skin ities
Lumbago Tic Douloureux Bowel Cora-
Feversofall kinds Piles plaints
Tumours llctrs Colics
RheumalUm Venereal AflVc- Constipation of
Fits lions the Bowels
Gout Retention of V- Worms of all
Weakness, from riue kinds
whatever cause Consumption Head-ache
Scrofula or King's Debility Indigestion
Evil te. Kc.
Sold at the establishment of Profejsor Hoiioway,
214, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) Iiondon, and by all
vendois of Mediciue thioiiL'liout the United States, in
boxes at 34c. ,87c, and $1.50c. each. Wholesale by
the principal Drug Ihouses in the Union, and by
Messrs. A. 1). tz D. ssrn, rew rorx
UTheie is a considerable living by taking the
N. 1). Directions for the guidance of patients in eve
ry disorder ire allaeu to eacu box.
Lijlll .l.UI l UiJI .U LI
RICH AND HEAUl'IKUL
Spring and Summer Styles!
COLLINS & BREED,
Itlniu Street, llaitnibal, MO.,
Call the attention of pttrchasera Knerally, to theii
carefully telecteil stock: ol Iresh at.il ta-tiionahle
Which aie jntt no received. They reler paiticularly
to ineir siock oi
EMHROIDER1ES. of real French Work
Collars, with and without points; I'mler Sleeves; La
dies Embroidered Haudkercheifs ; Kilcini;s and lnser
liiiffs ; Tiansleirins Bauds, Chemisettes: Canes: also
some beaulil'iil Soulah Collars. This stock is one of
the most comtdete ever broucht to this City.
DRESS GOODS. Prints 5 Gitieliams ; Jac
onets ami lawns; Barege de Lames ; Tissues ; Plain
nnd Figured Hareges ; small Figured French Chinties
tor Children; Summer Ue Laines j Alpaccas; Tcplins,
DRESS SILKS. A selection of the most
elegant Fashionable Styles, among which ate the ptair.
colored I'oult de Sjiis, .-0 much in demand ; also, t va
nely o! Hlsck Silks, of all widths and prices.
LONNETTS AND iUltlJONS. A superi
or selection, stal cheaper than tbe eame styles ttett
ever sold before.
GENTLEMEN'S NTF.ATL fJussimeres;
Liueut,' lip d'K.te ; estltigsand Cottonades, of the
newest styles; also, fine assortment ef Children's
(joods, soch as Ca-hniereltes Tweeds, Ave.
STAPLES AND SUNDRIES. Domestic
Checks, Hickory; Chanibrays; Nankeens j Curtain
Muslins ) (shawls; Handkercheifs ) Cravats; Hotieiy
Flannels. Siss aud Jaccuet .Muslins ; Irish Liuen
ladies' bkirtsj Kilet Mitts and (iloveS, Parasols and
BOOTS AND SHOF.S. We wish to call tlieitten
I ion of the Ladies to our stock ol ladies' Sliocs. We
have tome of the finest aud the latest stylet eutroi
Made. We have also an excellent stock o? Men's and
Ouldicn't Shoes aud Dout,!roui Uie burst lo the cuaia
est. HATS ANU CATS dents' fine Rilk Hnts.tll prices
and spline; Myle.s, I'aiuiua, l.cgtioin, Cltitriia' ind
I'alm I eal Huts, l..-ut' mid Hvs'.
yU'i:r.NsWAIit ANU G L ASS W A It E Of the
Newest I'a'ti rua,and Su Its.
CAHt'Kl'S We h.k; a lot of Ingrain, three-ply
and Stair Laipctinx, wlacli vte will sell lit St. Loiut
COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND MIL
LINERS. Will find in this stock many styles
not lo bt found in Wholesale Houses, and as they were
all selected from Ue importers, in the L1 will be
sold it such prices us cannot tail to (jive eulue suliS'
tt Call tnd examine the Ccods before purchasing
e I e where evn if yctidoi.ot buy, we will be pleassed
Itothow tbem. . , f VUl.l-S fc UKl-tl),
(upr-i-lSJl w-Iy )
Look out for the Old Lumber Yard.
WILL seasoned Pint Lumber suitable for all bniKW
tpg pnrpovs, ran tit times b hid it trie Old
Hannibal lnuber Ysnl. which has been established (
rears, l he proprietor deems it unnecessary to port hid
Lumber to irake tt sell, or lo ear i.iy thins; about 1 1
perience in the business except to those who ner pr
chased from him. He would remark that an experience
of eight years in th business gives the decided iilTin
tage over any other who never hid (sirriravw bisl
Lumber has I e i purchased for esah and selected wilh
great care, fropi the best mill) in Hi Pinery. . Me
chanics and others wishing lo purchase Lumber Would
find it to theii adtantnge te call and examine th stock
of Lumber and Shingles it the Old Lumber Yard be
fore rurcliasi .r elsewhere. If roil cannot get it for
less price, t will guarantee you can get it is low and i
belter article for (lie same money. AI'6,Luuiber,ShiiJ
gtes ami wnniowsasn.
If r J'on't lorgr-t me mg sign ofl llie we side or
Third, between bird ami Hill streets. Ixiol fit fertile
Sign or THOS. S. MIiER'S
f b2Blf LUMBt.il TA RD.
1 9 ill. ,'l53
ft. LEE & SOW,
Grncom and IH-alera in f.lfi'iors,
BOIH roEEIOS AND D0MXST1C, .
WILD CAT CORNER, r"'
Sign of tho Grand Orient sl Hlack Rooster,
Jtfain Street, Corner of Bird Street, . i ,
WE would call tha attention of our patrons le the"
fact that lhe year 152 has closed, tnd that the
time-approved custom of commercial transactions is
to doit the account! of tbe Old Year, it as early pe
riod in the New Year, as practicable. . Will our pat
rons bear this in mind, and act raonrTLY ubod lliial
We give belovf, for the benefit of oor old tnstoaers;
ind also for thit of is many new ones is feel disposed,
to deal wilh us, i list of our BRANDIES ind LIQ
UORS. (Jive us a heairg, and be vour own judge;
200 BBLS. RECTIFIED WHISKY, Black Boo.lef
30 BBLS. OLD BOURBON, imported from first hand
in "Old Kaintnrk." ., -, .
50 BBLS. MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, A. No. ). t
200 BBLS. CIDER VINEGAR.
BlVIXniEfi, WISE AND GIT; ''.
Otnrd Br'y, Jamaica Ruin, ,f
U. P. Vin'ddo, Sanla Cruxdo;
r.ai'audo, New England do, ;
Horceau do, pc nrndr, : .
Port Wine, therry dV.
Mal do, . , Holland fcin
All of which we will toll at wholesale or reijufi
cheaper than St. Louis prices, for CASH!
Xew (iyar and Tobacco Slore !
AT THE WIGWAM IN fHOOTk DATIS' NEtr'
BUILDING, I V COMMERCIAL ROW. t
T EER & AR BOG AST hereby inform their fiiwde
J and the public generally tha't they now occupy at
room in anooi UAVIS' new buildii.r. wheral
Ihey are prepared to 611 ill orders in Iheir line, is ctiaPj
if not cuetper, tht.n iny other house In the city. The
have choice selection of Tobitco, Cigars, Snuffs.
Pipes, If., tc: ind Ihey can Iruly say thrir stock ef
goods is th largest, best tnd most complete Mrt-
ment ever offered in Hannibal. ' ...
The following comprise i part of their Brands t "
10,000 El Sol Reraliasi
1 5.000 L Paloma do.
5.000 L Normas; ' ;
0,000 Justo Sane Principest ' " 5
5,000 Catadorati . . t
2.000 Plantationi - i
13,000 Common Regalias;
10,000 Hair SpaniatT;
Virginia Cliewinp; Tobaccrf. ' : ' "
Wm. Hare's. Jesse Hara'i. Jim Tbn,,.i .Ha H..ik
. Missouri Tobacco. r
D.J. Gar Ill's No. 1: Hcnderann'a N. i.
N. h Jimiton'i No. I; Dansman't Cherry Juice Ko.
t; Motfett Harris' 5 Lumn. '
All of which we will sell low for cash,
riucliil-wtt f LEER ft ARBOCAST;
Received A new lot of Imperial Cigars.
rpiIF. lubscriber has permanently located in this eitr
JL and is alwivsnrenared fn rr,;r wr-ti... k.
jewelry,;c., in the most workmanlike manner ,'tnd oe,
n.uie,niio iriins. no nas n ow on hand, ind
onstantly receiving fresh s'lppliet r)f the finest tn4
most fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, tc., from
u. t la.jjuio in nuust, m lue eesi. wis ttoelr is
unurpassedbytnyolherhouseinthe city, and those
who give him t call will be satisfied wills Uia btrninst
as he offers -rent inducement! to purchasers. .
Tbe citiient of Marion ind Ralls eoonlies ire re
spectfully invited Ic give me a call. 8 to re oa Mtisj
street, opposite the 'Great Western . fsentJI
just received in addition to bis foimer stork, e sup
ply of Earnings, Pint. tc. Also a very fine lot er
Jet tar Km-s, new style. Smith't New York Gold
l ens warranted a very-fine article. Oct 24.
NEW BOOK AND STATo.NERY
, STORE1! . . , r '
M1I7I STREET, HAKSIBAli, WO. ,
I most respeelfullv call the attention of the citiierit'
f Hannibal, tnd tbe lurrouiding eotlotry rein ral
ly, to my new ind extensive ttock ef . , .
Misut-LLANKOUS, ; i
Theolotical, Medical, Stan- ,
dard tud School Books ; Blank '
. Boekt, Musk Books, Letter and Cap 1
Taper, Mapt, tc, with til torts of Station
ery in general.
Direct from the eastern citiet, I feel confident that i
have the largest, best telecttd, and newest ttock ever
ottered iu, this city.
Wboiesale) and IlotaiL
Also, a splendid varietv of
lionlers, Decora! ions,
6fereent, Window Ftpef.
, , Trtnsptnat Windo 1
Shtdes, with fixturet, .c, te.
Merchants and others from the interior wUhiraj to biiV
tt wholesale er retail, will Hud it to theiradvauti'e U
give me a call, for I can and will ttll cheap.
. , . D. K. GAttMAS,
Commercial Row, next door to Collins' nr hnikl'
"ins, Hannibal. Mo. ilv 7 ik'jif
mj i w,j- .
NEW PIANO MTIMIC!
I ST Received at Ilia STm Baoh Ssarfe
by D. t;
G ARM AN.
Just Published, New Songs i
" Wtltzes ' '
" " Qoadrillee, PelkaS. JyMwtr '
: . W Bm. K
rioocr Womo of Uie West, by Mi-s. Ellett i
Jxtiy bu1 lonely, by Martha McUtok i
1m T . a... r I 111 . l
I'lcaui juiir,Dr vftroiuir vivesoorv t
Tl.a. IV II T-l huTs...!..
nuonr Mtio. dv irustt t
Lruis iroiu me Btcre4 Mine, by lUsVi VVTsvIt i
For Sail at th Net Rrw.lr Hi arm hw
jvHif C K. CARMAN.
Fiank Freeman's Barbel Shop, by R. B. HtU
Keveriea or a Batcbelor, by E. Marvel 1
Stray Yankee in Texts, by Pax ten J
Cap Sheel, bv Mvrle.
I lor sale tt the New Book Store be . .
j 1 1 v D. K.UARMAtl.
Tlif Shady Side; ;
DK. CARMAN, Commereil Row, hat just re--
reived I hits mast oYligtlui little book, wbiefl 13
having such a remarkable Sile. The muy readereis
of "Sunny chd,' Peep tt No. ,1, Rector of St. Bar
dul.U, fcc. Sec, must not fail lo read the "ShauW
bide." 1st wirin weather especially, and as a book
lor traveling reading, nothing better f au"9 (o4M. .
Not niorelv it II highly bewiuhiog tnd X.'vuiiam JU
but "luie to life," tnd (be retder may h . i (VouT it
leasont of wiotlom and profit. Well ttfJtut tersatd. 1
ts, it has beea. a "gun of t beok."
TLUUIS ANU SL'.NSHLE,s new work by tbe
tutbof of Masmet of ti; ur-' fun 4l4 Evaestti
Ktneietof . Whiiiilcol Man, lie. .
fr. "le I P K, 0,4p.VAli
if 'lf , At tbt Stw book Sioie.
. "-s - .