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goods which inny liavc escaped the action of the
lire.- . '
'i Every machine w ill ho stamped , with the
name ot the company, unl d.itc of the patent;
and at comply ore del erminM to accommo
date Ihc whole public, h'sitpplyinfr machines
of the most thimble material," and tlie clmmieal
charges ajf the most npproved manufacture" ifi
. the above reasonable prices they will prosecute
-"vfjhc extent of the law, nil ntlempts to imitate,
counterfeit, or infringe on s.iid palMit; as ywcll
us every person who may purchase and "use
such Infringements. All importers of foreign
machines, or those having them in possession,
Will be prosecuted.
r.jch lucliine will Insbiiiped with the name
., of the Suto, the city or country for which they
ure avid, and piey uauuot be used in any other
locality without u wrillftn permission from the
Hgcncy. Nor can any punlu'sfr or a machine
i possess tho riirht to sell the same in uny other
town, unless lie lias previously' purchased the
territory w here said machine is to bl sold. Ev
ery purcliuscr-of a machine will receive a ccr-
tilieate authorizing him to use the sumo in the
town for which, it inspurehased.
All letters of inquiry may be addressed to V.
T. Il.vrniun, General Manager, New York, und
remittance inny bo made either to Elisha Whit -
tlesry, Washington City, or P. T. Karnum, Geit' -
end Manager, New York. E. H.vnMo.v.
Thu subscribers havinir in conjunction with
ollM'r members of the Company made the strict-j bit's. An so he smelt the dust lately a vvhirlin
est investigation ami &pernucMa, unil u'eing'iit uWi: the htaJ o' 1i'j..re--.. And so, rcz
perfectly convinced that this wonderful inven
tion will accomplish all that is urired in its be-
naif, and thur become an nidisnensible iitliele
.7 for every ' house, manufactory, ship or otluT
lilace whetQ fire is used or may bo introduced,
liavo accepted the abovcappoitments, and are
prepared to fulfil their duties to the public. )o
the best of their v.bility. J 0
ELibiiA WniTTi.rsKV, President. o
V. T. Bar.num, General Manager.
.New YonK, Scjitcmher 2G.
Theince of the Plra Annihilator opened to
day, and machines valued over $1 00.000 were
disposed of. E. K. Collins took six for each of
. his stealers, also ncaly all the hotels in the city,
,s and the theatera were supplied with these
machines; they were ulso purchased for the
Revere'l louse, at Bosfon, and for many south
ern hotels and. steamboats . "
A public test of the Annihilator, by setting
fire to a tlircc-story building near the city, will
take plaeo: ubout the 5th of October.
W Two Countries in Competition.
The London Times has heretofore' been the
calumniator of American pretensions, onji!! oe-
i m- ' . i Jjumps little man in ljliu
York Yacht Ameuica over the litania "hasp i, .,.:". ,,e ,i. ,i;.,,v,i,
mixlified its tone very much," and as it were.
brought it to ajiprociate some of the0elemciits of
American greatness. The following article
which wc give f romlhut organ, shows that Eii
glishmcn can no loi?ger deny what jeftlousy has
been so loth to admit: .
Taking all thiiurs'toeelher, British and Amer
icans have run a pre! ty fair He thri.utrt- the
trials of this wonderful season. The Spring, it
must be confessed, opened ill for Brother Jona
than, and for a pood while we kept well ahead.
Wo had our great Exhibition a real1 new
"smart" speculation and, w hich brought about
Ho rev'olufions all. As it turned mil, even the
extra policemen might have been dispensed!
with, and 50,000 visitors have congregated and
dispersed daily without as much disiurbrnce as
attends a common country fair.' Moreover, the
dollars haver eally come tumbling in amain.
We say it Without uny c malice, or any wish to
create annoyance, but the fail-i- tlr.it even the
hyperbolical conjectures of American" irony have
fallen short of tho truth in this interesting par
ticular. It was calculated that wc should real
ize $2,000,000, whereas 0 we have got over
.$2,100,ChO at this very moment, with six good
' weeks before u still. And all 'this iu hand .too.
and in solid coin, srt tliat we fairly walk away
from our rivals. ,I'he "true triumph ol'vVrneri-
? can genius would be ty transfer these winnings
by some brilliant counterslroke to the soil of Co -
' lumljia. JMr. lJ.irnum,-wo observe, is aeluallv
"among us, and his presccnee, like that of Napo
leon in tne field, is always ominous of business.
Still, although the Roval Commissioners seem to
, . . . .1. ,
be sorely troubled with their specie, ami alt hough
their friendly advisers among tho public arc
o almost us much ut lault. wo have not yvt heurtl
e; f V apposition nercm towarps, wisWi
u UUIUIS, " . o
. , On the other hand, it is bejamdall denial that
every practical success of, tho season belongs to,
the Americans. Their conse'iiments showed
" -poorly at first, but 6;ime out well upon trial.
Their reaping machine has carried oonviclion to
th heart of the British agriculturist. Their
0 reAolvcrs threaten to revolutionize military lao
ties as completely as the1 original discovery of
gunpowder.- iTheir yacht takes a class to itself.
Or all the victories ever won none has been so
transdeudout as that of the "New York schooner.
The account given of her performances suggests
tho inapproachable excellence attributed to Ju -
inter bv the ancient poets, who deseriue the
king of the Gods as being not only supreme, but: stirrin limes! every man Js got to go to plow
having none other neit to him. "What's first:'" j in. I'm fur the Hero of San Jacinter! Now
"Tlie America." -Whats aeeoud?" "Noth thar aint no uso o' concealin, sir, that thar ha
ing." Besides this, tho Baltic, one of Collii's , been divisions in the great Dimoeratic Party.
'line of steamers, has "made the fastest passage An while wo are all here to ourselves, we mite
yet Known across mc Aiianue, ang aceoruiiigisay uiai mar na auniu ci.uimiuus, ina. muo as W!IS j.iji , Qiillicothe, Mo., and a Committee
to the American journals, has ueea purc.iaseu , wet. nol o c oee n now some si... sucks o ; oJ hJ(, ,
by British agent 'br Mc purpose of hiving tti ole Bullion, sir, but it ami no use. You mouirht 1 . 1 . ,. - ,
Cunar.1 ,,Zh from one shore oflhe oco-.n toUs well talk o" Inakill sou.) out o' nothin but 'UVlting h.m to make a tour along the' lino of the
the other." , Finally, as if to cruwn the triumphs
. of the yeai, Americans have actually nailed
through tho isthmus connecting the two conti-
., ,.f ik.. IVTJ,I ..,.,1 l,1ivli.
.J- -...v ."".,.", r x'y
"J " t,,, it. onl ll
" ' So wo think, on the wkule, that we may alford
. V" Vlanda and exchange congratulations after which
i . i. 1 i. .i
iwio bivii in nun nun tiiu unii
. we musi icarn as niiu-u noiu chcu ouieras wi
in. As for yachts we have no .loubt that by
next August every vessel ot the Cowcs squiuf-
ron will be trimmed to the very iina;c of the
America; there is no doubt that our larmers will
reap by machinery, and the revolver, we lear,
is too attractive an embodiment of personal l low
er to be overlooked by European mischief ma
kers. 13- We call attantion to the Piiees Ciineul of T. K.
Brittiiigtiam & Sons, in another column. These prices
Viill be altered liom lime to time, as they will he gut
' .erned by the rise and I'all in tfee St. Louis insrkiU.
bVAaoilirr Pcirnlillc Wui:U r! I'ijuIii, iho Tnm lt iiv-
iKIyM or l.Mlrlc Jui. t! A inil U... .,.a I'.u.f
i.i iiy J. h. iimii'ii
mn UeniiM, uc ox I.4WIU iiiui.t. ii ui iimkx
t UaruH lbiii. ll.r iir.'.il I Ii) ali-;l all d, i,a.
I. U., No. II Ncirih fciiilan im i, 'tiinu.:i,iii.u, I'a. i i... .
auuly wiinaailul run. ily l" I"iIi'mih, ilw, p.i., Ja.iu
rftce. vr L'iitnilalnl, 1'oii.IuIi.ii, aii.l llrlilliiv, . tiring Hllt-f
naiurD'a una uiuhml, br Naiuia'xiwu Uf -ai itiu Umc JuUu
llvrli.eiM-iil iu anilr( cUhih
Salt' IIivih. )
aoih, 1S51. .
Tliiijkm you .nought lik to!
bear iiimthin or the bee-gum councils and the
Hivcr of human events tip here, I'iiavo borrow
ed u goose-quill and commenced sizin out the
crooked marks I lamed at tho olo lor school
house. An I culkcrhitod too, you lnoijirhteut lie
timvillin to huva, aord with your ole friend.
Fur idlho I never saw you, myself, I hearn Mty
mother say, intiny a liue, as how she nursed
yer, w hen all of you, body and soul, wouldcnt
mont tin kivor the ooruer of A square in a big
Clirislmus quilt. Hovvsever; yuuve hearn how
I was left a britcheslcs orfan with my Aunt
. . ' ml r
I cgotty and my Uncle Madoc Jeremy. "Make
hay while the sun shines, Tim," says my Unele
Madoc, sez ho. An 1 at it I went, a workin &
a growin, notwillislniidin I dident grow much
faster than a possum's paw stuck in a punkin.
Now everybody knows iny Uncle Madoc was
a tearin Diinocrat frotn the head o' tide water
. on Jnnes River and a wcarin the ole Virginity
! post mark ; insomuch that thar warnt a coon in
' a the S ill River stnmpin ground, yhar he lives,
but what knowd the crack of his rifle and thur
, warnt a prece o' one ever saw, avin a eend o'
! one's tail, lie kepp put away in a corner o' his
I oak fizic-ohist. An you know, Mister Editur,
my Uncle Madoc' scent is teener un anv rab-
'Dick, my son,'' sez he, I've slink wiy hick-
, orv faithful, but inv bones is a erowin old.-.
Take yer cousin Tim," sez he, "and track up
; the big mcctin and tiU cm yer a chip o' the old
; Cmn-Killer,"c sez he. "' "
So cousin l)iok and me took to boat and rowed
fur tieepj life. lut it warnt no use. Wo jest
had to git out an tote the olv craft over the
sholcs. Fur thar has bin so much boat'ui up
this channel fur the last three years, that the
passingers is jest dfiink up all thuwler. So
sez I, ' '
"Cousin Dick," sez' I, ''sposin we cuss the
o!c ruXt and take to the beasts."
"Agreed 1 " sez he.
And so we crowded stick and spur and got
o head-quarters by next mornin. We went a
whizzin in and seen cm all a -lay in around in
squads a caucusin. .Jlut purty soon the.-cooki
beat the big tUi pan fur the big hieetui. So sez
I, t o o o
"I reckon we'll jine eui, Cousin Dick' sez
.- An so wc marched tup an squ.ufed along with
the rest on em, when all was still and the l'res
crdeut was swung up into the fork of a locus
live and had cocked his eve fur to listen, uti
Sez lie, o
lew ol ll;e tlsaw.lcr civl mi'josiu uttiiililc'
of the limes, I nominate the cgenllcm.m from
Jlwlugui Tur tlie bvj !(Tgc on the Potcmio." c
"Ala 'iiul" hollered a second feller as sav -
aU'c a a painter; ".in mil ilr. Clienuan:
I'm I'Kin 'im, sir. like a sick shote afftn a neck
o kukkte-Uurs. A wtupt cluekcn won t light,
sir! a whipt chicten wont figlit ! " To be shore,
we want u man that b.dances well and st.uids a
bout as much on one side'e as tother and to be
shore, he saw pome sarviee and broke some
sword-mettle and he'd be peert at jedgin of fine
rashuns anJ'fixin thingi up quality and I reek
on I've lull as much store to him as any on 'em
that's picked a flint. But a whipt chicken
wont light, sir, a Svhipt chicken wont lilit.
I'm 0;:in him, sir, like a live-oak maul rtrin a
twVnly-pound wedge ! "
'ytiglil : sez t To myseil, lur sea L nolo 31a
doe, sez he, 'tNever bet on a baulked boss,
Tim," sez ho, "never bet on a baulked Iioss."
Next riz i sober gentleman, as sorry-lookin
as, a ow arter a mess o' toL.ikker stalks. Sez
he, " - Q
. "Mr. Cherman : My flag is Jemes of Pensil
vany. He roprt'scnU the dignity of the Apos
tolic faith. He's a meritin fur what he's done,
and cf the -time aint arriv when the parly ort
to be a shuvelin out. his reward, it aint a comin.
He ken us out of a Llizzardin bi fic-s w ith the
I Britishers, wlfcn Jemes.K. Puke said he iraul't
light, vn.l then backed plum out and woodcut.
Tin hi dickafneiits, sir, shows the bottom. He
' niut coininitted. lle'U run with any nag on the
;Voun lllernois!" seziViy next haber, sez
he,o"Mr. Cherman: lie can shake hands with
f-nrnpr o llw r.ninnMss-iwpilli.. Hrnd sunt
. O . ' .
j born in the iaipiro comminwc
up Western stock aii'.l invested
Mil he s bolfdit
din Siithern iu-
trusts and inantuiious. rj Ilu U buck cm all in.
i liars rnree triggers o .its trap, au.rie can sran(
.l aim wiir uiu an ai. wiuisi. iiars juree
burets h, his gun an-l he'll fetch down the j,i
geons. He s a young nag ami they don't know
Ins tricks, Una itiyy liaiut got him twistilieil up
; with white anil black pronunciamontos. , - oung
num. . iiiv. i. - ... u ii.ii.L jitii. .
'Right, agin! " says I to myself ';Kill two
birds with one stone, cf you can. Tim," says
he. '" o o ,,
'Rut, Mr. Maiuh'ratcr," sez Simpson Hub-
i bles, ( 't'lierman; sez all;) ''Mister Ch
stcr L Herman,
I then,'' sez he 'I
ax ver par.
"11, 11, U III,, X
! amt much of n stumper cept in our Sociation, &
'thar Kitty Hobbles sez thar irint lnsny tlial can
! set a lyiuler talk than I kin 'But, sir, tbes
bones and o' mr.kin good old whifky out o' tur-
) nip-iced. Ho got out on thu cend oMho plank
himself, and we jest let him drap oyerb.uird.
T.. h.. lwiri. u i Heeuseil linn o' sneakin oil I rum
T "...i.;. .. "i i.,...".
' nt l (if n f lii'S ! I I'P UIlll t ll.ivlll l)H Til V t(l Ids IVlf-
v-" ' J l -
j ty and sacrificed his principles an 1 we accused
liis follerers tho same, and to be shore we lath-
1 ii.: ii.;. .1...
1 m mm ....ja .....v,- ...v ......
' puts to suoul all Disuniouisiu ! We inust grab
j paws and clap hammers to tlie spikes or we are
'gone. Wo must let ole Bullion slay in the stu-
j ble with the blankets on, and jine teams, n e
can cat lireail ami meal together agin, wurioui
any sacrilioo o' principles. The separation was
all tho outshot o' iersuiial rcg..rd. Dont trot
out tho olo boss, and all is right. Nobody has
i lo saerilico his principles, no more un a tly
I changes his clement when he's stin k in a molas
ses barrel,1 e est stood apart 10 two waves
on a big lnko and we was iu the" same water ull
tho time an l we kin conui t.'g.'Hier agin 'and
make one big wave. Yes, Mr. Cherman, wevo
to roll it ilown to the same anvil. Them
cussed wbis is ben a pivliu the perle.ters long '
l"- , " - i J, i.i
I enough. Inar was that cniek I'reserdent o i
tlieirn a sliukiu lus Ut ut tlie rsutlyticrsfxnu ue
nvin the ti:.'ht o' peaceable secession and ihen
w'hrn the Jsu'.lylior begun to hold uy a little,
Deer Sirf (
JOURNAL AN.) UNJON-IJANNlUiAAlO, OCTOBEK 2, 1851.
iiistid o' tlitiij;iii on mi like ole Hick would o'
done and saw in cm down to crawfish, a stnndin
back and Hiu-kin his lingers. Ami whou thcin
patriotic L'illil. ustt-rs waa fust
by! up HtotVfe Hum garni; Yr.;t?lc PrcflMcnt with n
big jiapcr, a warnin em not to steal the quarter,
sections o' Snain. An when Mr. Lomzz nnd
his sociates subset went went on a piratical loor,
he was a takin his fun, a taw kin fy the ladies at
White Siill'er, iiilid o' makin bar nettin out o'
the rascals, with Ui.cle Sam's small arm and
then let em all be shot without try into protect A
mericau citizens (osay imtliin, sir, of the peert
Dimoeratic oiliee-holder, that has ben turned
out to beg bread fur ther children and wives and
to say nnthin of swindlin claims. Reform, sir
we must liavo reform. I lie wheel is mil to
work different from that. And the Hero of San
Jacinter is jest the very man to drive down the
pegs ana scotch up things. "He ami afeard o
pop-guns and he'll rake all tho Rcvoluliojiers
and llt6 late war men and tho Mexican men, and
he'll jest bag cverylhiur south o' Mason and
Dixon. An he's io with tohcr si 'c. Ef
they'll jest let him wear his big bhiiikcVaiid sil
ver rinps, he'll do cm justice and them' Unit dont
want to bo stooped, he'll grin at and twist cm
round into the gear. Jest keep cool on niggcr
ism and don't be a qu irrelin about the piie o'
gingerbread, each feller Is got to have'; Jest all
bear a haii'4 and well work eiu. Jest all pull
on that thar rope and we'll git up the" right sails. i
Jest all wade in and we'll lift Democracry out
of the mud. Jest Jccep ter ry cwkco 8nd
w e'll pull tho right wire. s To bo shore-t'lim
cussed Whigs is stole some of our; wire and
we'll have) to creep soft, jest at present,,., but
we'll show em' we can, take it lobster fashun as
well s deadnhead 1 " n L
An ho sot down.
"Michigin'l " sez one; "Pensilvany ! " sez
another; '-Illinois! " "The Hero of San Jasin
tol " "Ordur! " sez liie Cherman.
Rut thar was no chance o' doin nolliin that
scttin, so they broke up fur to nap on tliesqucs
"Now," sez I toocouaftirDick, sez I, ' I reek
in I'll jest take to scribblin on that thar ole
stump yonder, fur to give my friends sojuc idea
o' what tho lutbbaboo is a settin to."
, An that thar is jtst what I'm arfoin. When thij
next big mcctin will be summoned I cant tell.
Hut I'll be here, and a spluggin round and mttyhc
may.tumblc in at the White Lodge or I dont no
w har, wime time or tothcr and ef I iJrap j-ou a
note o'rlwhatis up in the camp, dont you bo
But jest believe me yer old friend,
" to orcler, c o
, Wlicrcaic tli sprigs that bound1 thy youttiful brjwj,
And spin reit tliee, Hcieuce, on to tafr vows?
Lost inatst the croans tlia .Universe awards !
No barrlur tttep tliytiiiimph mandi ittards!
The mate fire-courier ?prtaJs liis a'uy ways,
I.iko bea'n-relleotinj pt! Aracline laysl
Invades new hartts, linUs ciliei' shinin towr's.
Outstrips, m speed, ttie neet, cpiilcmiint; iiouial
Hecks it light to skim Earth-piliar'd courss, o
And startle piiucedoms witb his viewless loice ;
Dives ttirouli the portals of the wal'ry vast, o
Kxploieo its womb, bursts Uirdiigh tlie siire-shockscast
To stillj bis tiilitigs, springs to the, oiavar.l shore,
.?nd rites lhecvealings throegli Darkness' hoine l.e
0 c br ! o
Hie fuiniiig Car swerps o'er the liujc-bridg'd strait,
Drowriiiig with its iron, clattering gate, 0
The roar liiat girds the green 'gems' of the Seas,
And givvt to labor almouy of ase ! c
. n o lLSRnyATAWA.
0 :' Monthly Periodical. :
Di-fjfcJ ch'ujhj Co .Miscellanies, ruetry ami Poi7e
" Literal 'un: . vo
There is we believe, no work cf the kind
uow published in the State, and the "growing
prospects or our city seems to designate "1 lanni
bal cs the appropriate seat of such an underta
king; wc wish to be the Pioneer,' and sec no
reason why such a Periodical could not be lib
erally sustained. If published, it will be de-
I vul111 cuieiij iu . utavrtiunu-a, rueny uu(i fuiiie.
Li!eratiiret and we particularly solicit the pat-
ronnire of our ladv friends.- In view of success.
btsi(K.s L,iitr.A IlssislulK.e, wc have entered int
. ' , ,. . ... , ., , .
arrangement, which will secure valuablo origi-
11111 contributions, uur mienuon is to publish a
i paper ol tlie same size ol the weekly, anil made
! ., frpm the weeklies, e.s the St. Louis weeklies,
from the dalies. None but special .advertise
weuU vw ill be inserted. Proposed price to be
seventy-five cents, with a liberal reduction to
clubs, i The thin:
um, we tU,sire a M cxprcssion
of the foldings
j 01 "r simjec. us
consummation depends entirely upon the jnba-
p . r' i ji.. ...i a w .
bit Hies,, of success.
On the l!)lh of June last, a public raeetimr
Haunihal and St. Joseph Railroad, prior to his
! going lo Washingtmi to cuter upon his duties as
j Unlu.;l SlalLs Seiulori ThJ f0iowin ri.-v to
' . "sr.
the letter of the committee was received a few
Sr. Louis, Aug. 4, lKr)l.
Gi:sti.i:mi;n : Your iihliging letter of the 27lh
June, retries! iig me to visit your portion of the
Slate before the oieetiiig of Congress, and ten
dering to me the hospitality vf your citizens, was
received on the 2(ih ultimo. I have dofcrred
my reply, iu the hope that I should have thfr
pleasure of an interview with one of your num.
Lcr, who, I supposed, from the tenor of an en
dorsement on the envelop, was ihen iu the city,
and Iji'grel that 1 did not have the pleasure of
meeting him. '
It has for some time lwen my purpose to visit
i the western portion of the State bordering on
I the Missouri, und to travel through the country
aion aim near me piopusej itai.roiui irom ri.
Joseph to Haiiiiihal, as souvi as I should have tlie
necessary tune ut my eoiuniunu. At present 1
uin unuble to say whether I can accomplish that
nurnosc this season: hut I shall do so. either be-
- fluro my ctparlun for v aslnngton, or soon after
the close ol tho session, when I will have the
I pleasure of making llio acrjuaiuUiooe of your
citizens, and obtaining needful information ot the
country, its capabilities and resources.
I am pleased to observe' that you correctly un
derstand my position in refcrencp to your great
enterprise, and my disposition to promote it-j
success. I will 1 assure you, take pleasure in
directing my best exertion to procure an appro
priation of j uhlic lauds in aid of the road.
There will, I think, bo no difficulty In obtain
ing a liberal appropriation. The bill which
passed the Senate last session, will pass that body
again, as soon r.s it comes up in tho order of bu
siness. Tho only difficulty to he apprehended
will bo in the JIouse,and there only from delay;
tho bill will pass lliaf body whenever it is brought
to tho vote. S fliator Atchison, who hat charge
of tho bill, I suppose, will bring it forward ear
ly, in order that it may pass tho Senate, and be
sent to the House in advaocc of lli.i bills which
may occasion protracted and excited debate, and
oftem smother the most beneficial local meas
I hope that Col. Stewat, tho able President of
the Railroad Company, will bo at Washington,
as I understand he desires to be. He could be
or essential service in promoting the early ac
tion ttf the House upon the bill, and in directing
the attention of capitalists to the road. j
Accept yourselves, and your fellow-citizens
whom you represent, my grateful acknowledg
ments for your kind invitation and generous
tender of hospitality.
1 am, very respectfully,
i our obedient servant,'
" a o CEYEIi.
Messrs". W. C. Samuel, J. ft. B.' Maining, J.
H. Darlington. E. B. Waples, Abel Cox, II.
Slack, J ohn Cfravcs, W. Y. "YaneypT. R.
Bryan, John Miller and William Y. Slaod,
CJiillicolhtf, Mo. J "
o LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining iivthe Post-OlBce at Hannibal, Mo.,
Sept. 30, '51. 0
John Miss M M
Jackson Dr. J B
JJasoom it I ebbs ,
Boren Henry 2
Backer Win G
Bokcn AG 2
Iffrd Rev. Richard
Liltard Jeremiah 3
Lane Miss MelinJa
Leek Mrs Cathcrinu
Lec Wm Henry
Morso Hannah (col'J)
McKenney Mrs Sarah
Maddox Miss Susan
Matthews Elisha o
c Mills Janrj. (col'd),
McCormick Miss Ann
JfcCormlok Mrs Lou
c vicia o c
M;won Stephen G
Na. nith Joseph F "2
Ncwlan Sauiuel 2
Powell Daniel J T
Pane'Prcsly c O
Belt Win II 4
Bryan AJ, o
Braddy Jwenh' L
Daily t u .
Biillanco James " fl
Carter Luciiwla a
Carpenter J M c
Cox Dolly Ann 2
Carrol John Vf
Coutes James0 ,
Canifox (jeorge P j
Dve T.nthnr -
Fhanecs James A
Fletcher A J ,
Uash w a
Gtorge Adam 0 2
River James 5
Rinkcr Samuel II
Ray John M.
Rason Anderssn 0
Snow J 13
Hopkins Miss CatherincSaunders JJiss Sarinda
Howard Mrs JosepTicnSilvcrs E ,
Hollyman John . Spinden Miss Alvira
Hagan Mrs Luej- R Slater Mrs Mary E
Street William S o
Thompson Dr J M
Taylor George Y 0
Hall Miss Elizabeth
i Hay don Joseph B
Hurst Miss Sarah J
ILtncock B F
llulsiu E s
Hanck D & R
Harrison Wm II
Vaughn S L
Wait Win 0
! Yates Sarah r"
- Yonir James
Pfrsons callinrr for the above Letters will
please wy advertised. oc2 A. O. NASH.
In this city, mi (lit 2oth inst., by Elder D. T. Mur.
twi, Mf. JAMES A. QUAKLES to Miss FRON.V1K
C. RENO, all of this cityv 0
la Greene county, Ky., on the 20lh in Mr. WIL
LIAM A. MOKKKTT, of St. Iouis, to Miss PA MR
LI A A. CLEMENS, of this city.
Prosperity and happiness, through a I0114 life, altoial
an ine pa lies. Q .. ...
WHOLESALE r-UICES. O
ll'cdacjduji Eteuiug, October 1, 1831,
VHOVISIONS Bacon Sides per la
" Shoulders per lb
" iiam ici io
, Lard Ko. I per lb
" Intel ior jer lb
Butter per lb
Kegs Jer duieii '
Flour per bbl
Meal per bus
VUG UT A bLES Potatoes per bin
Unions per bus ' ,-j
TOBACCO Leaf per lb
HF.Ml' Dew Hotted per cwl
HAY Per 100 lbs J '" '!
HKKSWAX Per lb
MDKS-Dry per lb
Green per lb i :
F1CATHEHS I'riuie Geese per lb
9 a ill
o b al
6 a 8
10 a lit
6 a 1
4 ml i An
' SO a
u . w
t ' 60
101 a 121
Interior and uiu ed per lb
KIU'l'l Dried Apples per bus
Dried Peaches per bus
Green Pearlies per bus
Green Apples per bus
CHQC'KIUKs Sugar per lb ,
Cottbe per lb
Molasses N. O. per gal
" S. H. (er gal
Pepper per lb
Alt-pice per lb (3
o Wtittkypergdlj recti&ed.
Window Glass, perboxfxld
" - JUxli
tvileratui per lb
alt ier sack
A'.ill per bus
ill a 40
4j a SO
IU a IS
75 a A oo
4 00a 4 00
B SO a 3 37
iiicti per ID
Cueeae per lb
Candy )er bos
GUA IN Wheat per bus
Corn per bus
Oal per bus
lie.. per bun
SEICD Flaxseed per bit
Tunotby per bus
300 4 00
SO a 60
- - .
( rrnio the F I....,-.. KajHibi cin.
ST. tOUIS DAEKET.
Satodat EvtMiwo, Srrr. 28.
Tobacco On Saturday1 the market was with.
out change. Sales of 5 hhds lugs ot .f 195 to
$2 V; 2 hhilt seconds at $2Vj to tV, auj
II hhds leaf at $3 80 to (i 40 per 10Ulbf.
Hemp We noted on Saturday the sales of 75
bales on private terms ; b'2 at $78; 35 at .f SO;
and 31 at .f83 per ton.
Flocii Saks of 130 bbls .our at $235; 100
scratched at $3 15; 130 unbrnnded at $2 02 1-2;
100 superfine, country inspected, at $3 5; 170
cilyjit $3 02; 155 at.t3U5; 100 Belle Air at
$3 70, ond several lots of fancy an 1 extra brands
at former rates. On Fiidiiy ihe etiuiry was
by no means active. Sales of 211 Ibis sour at
$2 50; 207 i.emtche.1 at H 15; 75 Quincyat
!t3 75, and 300 bbls second brand city on private
terms. Tho receipts were not large,0 and no
round-lots appeared on the Levee. There was
but little demand on Saturday; 60 bbls Market
street sold on an order at $3 C5. 0
Wutat On Thursday the receipts were
quite small, and prices remained firm. Sales of
1,310 sacks and 21 bbU', at 50u7lu. exclusive of
package.. OaFri.L.y the enquiry was steadily
active, with sales ot 1.13 sacks in lots at 00a I
rou 500 at 03c;,5t"at 73c; ami My at 75c, sacks
returned. Sales on Saturday of 1.1 12 sacks, in
lots, at fiOaOSe; 131 at 73c 471 at 74c; 153 and
183 at 75c; and 2,000 bushels at 78c, exclusive
or packages. &
Co km; The sl. s un Saturday were 87S sks
mixad at 38o; and 80 and ly 1 pure white on pri
vate terms. 0
Hat On Thursday 75 bales good timothy
old from the Levee at 55c, and 4 J do at 60c p
100 lbs. A sale of 08 bales prime'at 0c.
Potatoes A few hundred bushels prime
was taken at 45o. . ' '
All whoowish forr,LIKEN ESSES, can obtain
them iy callincr at BALLARD S D AGUE It -REAN
ROOMS, over M. A. Lin.Mey6 store.
LAND FCMt SALE! .
ff''W'x The nnitersigiied clfers his farm for sala,
fc" Jlluated in Ivalls county, Mo., Iyin; directly
(JS on the main county road, about llnee miles
JTa from Hannibal, leading to Matson's Mills
in 1'ike county, and to .w Loudon There are two
hundred acres in said. tract of laud, and it is well ti n
ibered and watered, lor raising slock. It has three
large spring on il of tlie best ol water, that have nev
ei been known to dry, ai.d it 13 thought ta be one of
the healthiest Mcutioiis in tlie Slate. Iiat all the advan
tages of the river and market, and H iu every enudi
lion situated for health a i l advantage for trad It hat
also a good School IIou-.e oq one end of it, in one
quaiter of a mite of the dwelling. There are about 4'J
crer of cleared land on M that is adap'ed for ihi rfis
ing of hemp, con, tobacco and wU?a.t.
tr Those who wish to da well, win p'e ise call and
view the' lai.d fur tlicinjlvaj, bel'ji j puR'b--inj . ?.
session ean be (iven at any time to suit the pu 1 chaser.
Sept 23. oclMm OE J. W. UL ASOOUK,
i - Propiieiwr
err ym no tel,
Main, near, Hill street,
C HANNIUAL, MO.,
G. G R I. U E S, Proprietor,
HAVING taken this well known House, for a term
of year.-, d added extia scrvaiitsiiiriutiu-, lied-
dii'g&c.,to (lie ainoiint puichased of iMe-n Martna-
ouko at nance, auu inoroupiiiy lepaircu, ciransea, ana
renovateit the enliie Ioue, if now prrpareil to eMer-
Isiii lae lonncr rusxoicers 01 me House, jno exei lions
on idv part, shall be nnrxtended, lo promote the wel
fare and comfoit of those who may favor me wilh their
natrouaze. Uust.bv sivu.' mv undivided attelilloa to
the wants of the public, lo thar a liberal pnrijrm of
pationage. ocz-Jm-paul ti. CKI.MtS.
Hannibal, Mo., October 1st, 1S31.
I A Splendid Farm for Sale.
A N excellent oniMitunitV. 011 accunoda-
t t'tn.r far...- fi.r .tt9 irhn Wlallda 1
haudnouie refuleiice and ond farm in a py
ery ueaauy alia icsfec lauiv uouu,
situated near West Ely 'Piaiiie. eight and a Call imic
west of llaanibil, containing 33b aciej, -J.'x) of which
is in a hii;b state of cultivation, the maiiider is well
supplied with fine timber, such as Hie various kinds ii
Oak, Klin.lUckbeiry, Wild Cherry and Papaw A
good portion of this Und is first late Hemp land. The
residence, or Farm House, is one or I be bet planned
and best proportioned iu the neighboihood, although
not entirely imi.hed.r
The land is situated on III, mainly tiave!td road
leading ti Paris and Cefctreville, and there can be no
doubt that iscas gooa a location as any in Maikiu
tf l refer to Capt. A. S. Kobards, T. S. Miller,
Esq., or George Schroter, Eq , of Hannibal, Mo.
IJ"St. Louis Kepublicau please copy weekly lluee
limei, n tend bill to this otnee. oc2tf
riAKES this method of tendering his uioit
JL eiateful acknowledcments to his cKy and it
, i country friends, for lb veiy liberal maimer in f
winch incy have ceca I-les-t t patronise nun, lor tlie
last eichtceu months, and dill soIm-iIi the p.itionae of
all Mho may choose la rail. It' Will be lais pleasuie lot
iry iu piea:c itie aiusi anu iasiiuiou.
Con in livtie so the ladies Cii.bot e&i!v be mistaken
in putting the work together, and waiiauUd to fa W
proierly made. "'
His shop is on Main street, two doors north or Mes
srs. S'lioot H Davis' livery stable, end immediately op
posite a. J. Lowe i siote. serc'3-2io
"I ,000 H. extra oak tiai:f J and KpanUh leather.
M. A. L1XDSLEY.
ij i laij M ij''ii"Mti m ii n
iW Ja rM flt, 3,33
TS hereby given, that meeting of the stock holders
X ol I lie 11 annum! ana M. Joseph Kailioad Lompany
will be held at Uanutfeal, on the 3d day of November,
I VI , lor the election 01 Directors lor said company
llone xf order ol Ilia Board ol Dtreclort, at Itieir
meelini iu Lini.eui, sepl. JO, isol.
epi5 - W. JONES, See'y
Who wants a Pennine article of
JUST drop in at the'TAIil.E tP4
MILLS 1'LOllt Ut- '3'1.VS"
POT," on Hill alieet, near the tT NQ.;,,?-.
Uveel and yau will gel Qwiney asASt
Flour wlilll Is QUOCY FLOUR, uauuiactuied it
tb celebiated "Kale Mills," iu lbs cily of Qmncy,
.tnjt no ttunwutr; - ot xecotm Hani Uuiu.-M
hands filled ii'tf.1 Mtr HntirH cu25
BRADY 110 b'SE, HamibJ, Mo
well od favorably kuowa Hotel i no af
. vacant, newly painted and repairod. Pcr-
K.s de.ic4uj of e:i; oct:.c iu thit biniiMi ean
apply lo J. P. RICH ARDS.or
Wholes! ijji ' Qi Retail,
fftMiiiMirt-t, tlaiiulbnl. Mo.
LiMUlirr INGHAM & BRO.
1 1 In Hannibal, sd will wt lwr ,han tnj o,H
ablishmj-oMr, the rily. w. k 4he ciiwn.d
try iriereliants lo oil ami .... mir d... . it
Ibey will nol compare with any in ny tit, (heip
er than I hey ean bur Ibem in St. Lmu.
Jnseed Oil, ... . . , 1 00 .ml
W'liilo Iail, Pure, ... 1 6S W
" " No.l ... - &
Clrmiel, Marnier. Wmiv's, tli betl Ibat
is made ialhe world,
Calomel, Ki'i&lish, .O . .
Quinine, - ' - '
Sjlaratm . . ' - '
Ink, Blark .
Mulnt Liniment, ' - ' . -Mc
Iain's Vcrmiluga - ....
Bine Mass, good ....
Indigo, a tin! rale sr'ifle, ...
.Sola, Swy, Carb., (ot Bread, '
Ext rgwood, q : -
1 75 III
4 20 os
1 b ,!a
1 on lb.
t 10 da
1 Nl do
A,,,, ' jyu fb, !
Maiider . -
All other articlej in proportion to tlie abot.
A LARGE LOT OF 8X10 GL1SS,
Per sale at 'Jt'JK B USaTiJ dollar, per
Box, by myly L. T. BKI lTlMiliAM k. BHO.
LYDEPEADE.WE OF CUBA.'
U npnrallclletl Excitement!!
'Staple Miry Gaothll!
IWTTO Ureales and Small ?ro6tl
IHEtabrcribers would call particular atteatioa to
their large an well lecied slock of fl
' Strple Dry Goods,
Consisting ir part of
Cldths, Cossimeres, Vest
ings, Satinetts, Cashmere, Do ,
Laines. Poplins, Linsey's, Flannels,
Frncy Prints, Bleached and Unbleached
Muslins, Ticking, Drillings, &c, 8to.,
Which they are contanlly receiving and now riling
cheaper than ever, for cash or couuli y produce, at their
Biiiim, ruipia Duiiuingi j
seplSy " - O
Je II. GETf, h. CO,
' ' Notice. f
The copartnership herelofoi exisliiif; between Drs.
Meredith ai Hawkins, I Iqii day di-solved by mutual
con sul. .HUQlt. MERKDITH.
Sept. 15, '51. fsepI8-3t flAWKINik
TOTICn is hereby given lo all persons (Merestcd in
1 Hie estate of Benjamin Wise, dee'd, that letters of
admiuistraliou have been gianted lo the undersigned,
by the Ralls cwuity court, bearing Jate Sept. 2d, A. D.,
All peisons having elaiiits against said stata,8
are lequeletl lo piescut tliem for alowauee wilhm
twelve ttoulbs, or they luay tie precluded from iy
benefit of said estate, and if not piejmled wilhm thra
jars, will be forever barred. a
epl!J.3t LL'CINDA Wist, Adia'ix.
Administrator's ITotice. "
NOTICE is hereby giveu Is all creditors and other
o inleretrl in the oatAt of AiUtt Umm; UacaaaeuV30 a
that letters of administration on said estate, bearing dale
pt. 9, IH51, hava been granted to tlie ardenigued by
U c&aik of UalUcouutvxiMut iu va.auiu-. All persons
iud-btsd to said estate are requested lo inak payawnt 0
immediately , and all persons having claims against said
estate are inquired to present Ibemfirof erly authentic-
ted, within ouo year from the data of said letters, or
they tuayjie precluded liora anv beuelit said estate,
and if not presented wittiiu three years, they will b
forever barred. . ' Q
seplS-3t LOVEL ROC3E, Admr. .
NE W J STORE. .
rpHE subsfiber would call the atlantion or bis (or--L
uier cuslumenrj' and tb public, to his larce and
well selected statu of dry Roods, bijots and shoes, kl
and cups and groceries, which hfis uow receiving and
opening at bis o!d stand, the Great Western, well
known to tb public in its forme; days lor good and
cueap coous, ana solicit a lUare ol custom.
M. A. I.I.N DSLKT.
Palmyra Avenue, Ilauulbal, Rio.
MITCHELL & REMINGTON,
T ANCFACTUKEHS of riis ues, taw and
lX Flounnc Alill Machinery ol every de-
.'.. t : r.ii... t -
All kiuu' or repairuS anu joo worn uoue in Drasa or
iron. All tbe above wot win oa executed witb dis
patch and or as' aeeomuodatiii term as caa be bad
in the western country.
t". . u. UIJ dait iroD, copper, and brass bought a(
o Wall Paper".
SO PS. estra Gee Wall Pter,for sale by
augly M. A. U VDSLF.Y.
E. "M. MOFETT,
Wholosalo Grocer endl. Commission
.u E R C 11 A JY T,
J"o. lr Lru, Hannibal, Mh, (Ju ike koun
formerly occupied b N. juqua,
TTJLL conjlitly keep supplied witb a eeneral stock
of biwiHirs which lie will 'be enabled from h'
facilities fui puichaMuz, to cell by the wholesale at St.
LaQis prices, expenses added. If Wilt also ;iv hie
per son jI attention to the e?uimUsioa business and will
luaa liberal cash advwees on eouatgumciiU. a4lf
Attorney at Law, -
HAVING located himself at HANNLBAU M.,
will practice iu the Court of Comuitui Pleas, al
Hannibal, Hie Circuit Courts hi Id t Palmyra, Pxi
New Loudon and Howling Gieeiiim lh Suprean Court
of the State, and in the ITiuteJ Slate Circuit Court.
rj-Uttica on east sale i iMaa,-btWMa Bira aj
Centre streets. ., O
Hannibal, Aug. SStb, lSil. . uy29lf
a - a
tlGlil m TOBKtO STORE!
nHKsubsciibef would respect-
X fully inlorm lb citison of
tUuiiibal and country meicliaatla
doing business through Hannibal, CSfciP it
prhat they have o ened a wholesale and tetuu Tom.-cn
and l iar otatili.Hiuieot ou MAIN STKKEf.NKXT
DOORloibe POST OFFICE. They willeiuur thiw
who will favor theia wilh their patronage good kar-
gains, for caib.ayi in every cat will giv satisfactory
lelurns if the arlicl bought does not suit Ibem. They c
Will keep oa baud a variety of fancy article, nics
tnuu ooaes, cigai case, p-' ana every oar iniag
belonging to each an tabludMnent. T'uey will hav
itnpotimi as well as Amancau eiarsi udi alaothe bak.
Chewing and Smokirg TobacCo.
Lf All eiders will ba alteudad U if W mouay b
lent by mail or o(bi.
augiStf II. LEE k. ARB0OA8T,
rPKOSE knowing themaelves ln!ebtJ to Melton at
-L Haw kius either by not or account, wilt pl
com forward and pay up iiuiuoduteiy , as I m L ouly
oue auUionted to nxviv and receipt lu Uani.
Haiiuib al May ti loo I . ELIJAH H A W a. INS.
KLoiI aiij f.il.iiiiultc Sfrin; rc!t "Ml r-icd
nd lor sale vary cheap by T it. fttaV.ttliSt