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tlniiMlbiti, Bio., October f,
JOURNAL, AND UNIOnT"
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STHS1KT, IITWim IT Al
TERMS or THE JOURNAL AND UNION.
in ADVANCE, . .o. . . $100
If not ji4 within srioalhs, $1 50
-'' "if not paid wlthla 12 Elpnths, $2 00
HATF.S OF AIVliTISIXG.
Thr fpiiowiiHj the ratei of Advertising In (lit
Amn..iio.-Ont square, of 12 linos or lesn, oM
Inwrlion. ene lo!Ui each Mibseuuent insertion 23
rei. I 'aide not eicetHliii; si line, per year, $3
''"re per year,, tlioul alteration, fill) mi fourth
ol tniumu, tiij half a column, iJOja whole col
umn S.'wl. , . ' " 0 '
jvl fKilices, except marriages ami dealh will be
f.itrged tl idrer laments.- : "
J'onit.-A gcipihvnuii lio hiii receiitly been
up in Sholby county, jhfoiim us that the p4tk
in that county if excellent, ut very fse:irc-e.-t
Tin- Farmers arp dcterminod to tykano less than
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NSW YORK BEKQCRATIO COALITION.
The Barnburners and Hunkers of New York
held an AmultMintilion Convention at Svraouse.
on the l4lh ult., in which ambiguous and deoi'p
liye resolution were adnntrd. tmariiur the no-
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jriic of approving the whole Compromise,
wncn, in ract, the Convention expressly refused
to approve the whole Compromise. . ....
rtevf, m tho beginning of these, remarks, be
it remembered, that Ihe Barnburner, or Free
Soil Democracy ofcNew Vork, are the larger
faction, as the Benton parly in this' State, is the
larger faction; that thev therefore call them-
I selves the. Democratic .party,' as the Brnlon par
ty oi nn Mate call themselves Tie TJt mocYa ic
parlvtTut the linkers of New Ytrk, like the
W. K. fit ore r, Memphis, Scotlan.l P ,
Win. N. Penn and W, - iiian, ot 1'ari, Mo.
H. H. Bn ioJolm A. Unarm, ol Florida.
Thowt l"iiomnon,ol. Palmyra. i
d Vouiig.oi iew London. , o o
J. 1 Canterfcury, of Mexico.
Mr. Slake, of Clinton.
. ' rw'.maUr are reuesteH to allow as to add them
tothelitf. - o
-. The above named gentlemen are authorized to gi
Keeipfs for money due this Oliice.
Amies of Missouri, were anxious to meet the
larger faction in singlo Convention, kuowing
. . ... . .
nicy wouia be out voted and swallowed up;
thai tliey aid meet them n rigle Convention,
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Agenta for tho Journal nd Unioa
St Louia Agent
LeiiU T. Payaon, No. 127, N. Fourth st.,
taia Advcrtimeo.. a.,1 SuWriptions, collect 1, l?J"ZT TlT'
Accounts, &c a.nd ,W.Cr,e"'Cd "P" Also, note it dwn,
urn nunc jonn van jouren is the ablest leader
of the Barnburners, the Now York Post is,
their ablest newspaper. Also, recollect that
the Washington Union is the National organ of
me anti-t ree boil Democratic party, and that
our neighbor of the Courier is one of the shins
or mai line.
Iow, how docs it happn, that the New York
Evening Post, the speeches of leading abolition
ists wmcn it publishes, the Washington Union
tiTWe ail authorized to auuounce U. F. JACKSON
as a candid tie for Sheriff, at the ensuing election.. td
We are authorised to annonnce B. M. IMWKINS
canawlate lor the office of City Marshal at the ap.
proaehing election seplltd
We are authorised to announce the name of A.
CL'UTS as a candidate for the office or City Marshal,
at the approaching election. . . , .
, IIanxihai., S:rr. 16th, 1851.
To ihe Euiivf fil 7avcfc.
If JOSEPH DUDD1KO will consent to be a can
didate a sreond time for the crfice of City Marshal he
will receive very gratifying evidence of tlie mteeui Jlis
fht services hava won fioia
" . MANY VOTERS. ,,
We are a-itboriied to announce R. J. BftADCEY
a candidate for Sheriff of Mai ion county at the ensuirir
Aw.t election. . . ;.. . ' . scplStd "
WC fcf ftUf (inrizil tn snnnn... t T UAt T '
fj ,h of Rcor1- at Ue ensuing elecUo;
-w.lfr."!!1'""4 '"Mnounea WM. A. M VDDOXj
mg election, (d
mcnt and we will tell von. The New York
Pos publishes tliewAufc truth; the Union tup
presses part; the latter publishes the resolutions,
concealing somo very important httending cir
cumstances Jnnd refuses to publish $ certuin
resolution which the Convention rejected, and
the debate thereon.
The true state of the matter is about this :
Last year, the JJcraooratt of New York met. in
convention and passed resolutions approving the
Compromise measures ; but, at that time, the
fugitive Sslavo Law hwl nvl yd been passed
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u As to tho character of this ticket, w Will
quote one or two extracts from the New York
Herald, it being, we believe, pretty good authori
ty in the opinion of Democrats, at least vhen it
can bo produced against the Whigs : '
. "The tickefof the Democratic Conit-ntion is
far from being satisfactory to the National Hun
kers. O'John C. Wright, who sold them 4 John Van
Burvn, is said tt be no'io 'y. Then Comes Mr.
Randall, a BarAkumer, who ran ainlr ;t Chiis
toplxr Morgan, two yiars Pgo. livi S. Chat
field is ami-Canal, and a B.irnbiinv'r. BL-nja-
lie ia unli-f'..ti il I ..,L I) . 1... r
, uuujuiui:!. AWUf
years ajro, he was on the ticket, and was defeaM
Alt tf,...n U'l. . l . J -.1 ..
vu-u iiuiuujii uiways aciea Willi llie
Abolitiorusts till fte Buffalo Platform was erected
in 184$, and then he joined the Barnburners."
The following is from the New Yrk Express,
paper maintaining a very high reputation for
Veracity and caution in its'atatemen's :
,?rhe Washington Cht'on. too,takis dowu the
Syracuse Barnburner proceedings as a)l right.
We commend a fact or two, therefore, lor the
National onmn to dicrpst.
'"rnlir ot tll nmmiiira Un I) l k
. v.. viiv iai n u .1 1 nr I
ueKciare Van.liureu t: ree fcyil DanocrAta, of
Hr. Lot b Dusmi.ss DistcronT. From our
Tie St. Louis Advertisements, we make. out a
directory, which will enable purchasers readily
to fiod the places where they will be most likely-
to una best assortments on the most liberal
ti'irna: r. O
Fashionable Hats. R. L. Melville, oiposite
the Planter House, No 43, North Fourth
street; Corinthian Hall, 279 Broadway; Booth,
Drake &. Conn, 155 Main street.
Stoves and Hollow HaTe.-15uck AVright,
Kannihiii and St. Joseph Railroad.
-r lllf iTPRimill ui n'
i W M u. a '
and to whom the people of that section of Jie
State which it is to bind together are inJjili .led
for its present advanced condition, is in this city.
We understand that Mr. BucaUs, an engineer
with then:, shout ''glory" over the grim victory!
But this is not all. hr silence, at lcmt thev
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al?o indorse the nominations made at this Con
vention. J iiese were as Jollow t
r,.n, t.t.l'nr I.Xn T W,!,.l,l nri!l...
tndvj for Secretary of Sta'o, Henry S. Rnndall,
ui vuui LiuiiuuL, iur vuiui vyoinmisBioiicr, Horace
ttnciion, ol unond.igii; lor Attorney ueneral,
Levi S. Cjintneld, of Otsego; for State TreaMire,
BenjimiiAVckh, Jr., of Krie; for State Enyi
neer nd Surveyor General, Win. J. McAlpi.ie,'
nflii Pa Si li!.,,n 1., i... II..
of NcVvVk fir ;7hX;7A: '""&wright,nr - -
peals. A. S Jolinson. nf New York. . 'J fX09 Min 't'ect, opposite Missouri IIoU'l; J. II. : .. , . , ...:, i ,i. Comnntiv to the aid
' V (! . . . . I iilCtIS DlllllCtv." I tl , , . ,,
of the State, to tha extent of a million and a Hall
of dollars. Vr t may udd to this the probability
n i i,,...inr hn linen enir.iircu
make a surey of the route, Biid tliat he ill
loye in a dav or two to enter upon his duties.
The rote wi'll be located as speedily as possible.
Mr. Bucklin is to commence 1ns operations at
Hannibal. The sum 0r $S00,tK)0 has already
l hv riiipns of the counties
.Bl!U.H,MWV J ,, , ,
Lighter, 188 North Main street
opiru Iras, tnemtcal UU, Cfc. S. MiUwcli, oi uouurs. iiumjuim , -j
Sign of the Golden Barrel, 53 Olive street, be-'J1"1; at ! J0"1 ng"L ?Cor
I lands will be mado to this cwnpanj, the value oi
twecn second and third streets. J which will be quite sufficient to complete the
irvnrs ianyjaeivrers. f . Mimniers, rono.
Chestnut street; A. B. L ithrop & Co., Principal This i
Dejot, GO Third street, Branch 3-1 Vine Mrect,--F- MMM
.... " . . ... x. .1
l'.ma.' the Hrimswickcr suvs there is a lair"
supply of hogs in tho Grand River ountry.
They will I u gwitl siiPj generally must fed.
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1I1C Iirunwi:i4i:s uyi;
AV Imve hearvl of two dollars and a aiMlet
being oflcrcd for hup on foot' live weight th
hogs to be driven elsewhere for fattening. Com '
will le about one dollar a barrel in the back
Icountrviiviul iierliaps a dollar and Ik half here.
i. ' ' . i ' , .i ! : i l.l i i
In soim nelglilioiluxms mere is con-Mui-rauio vm
corn on hand. o c
I'ork. Prrsnt indTcnl Inns ore very favorntfe
n t he lMirl ot tlie tanner, lor porK unnginir a
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, m I ' "-"iji-vii v.iiwij v wJ MIUUUIIllr
fcndUie Hnnnitmi Courier, all utiile in i.iB;.;1.xi re Van.Bureu Free Soil Danocrals. of
and endorsing that Convention ? Wait a mo-H , ullt ,vl' ,af w'mt npmUat tl..-y are
- i miL on tup P:m:il Iw.nrH u-l.;..!. I...1.1. .1 ll
Y. I ""' -.' " .iii-ii iiuiui uuoui an
tho natronairu und noTllirul iiimnr .r il,a k.i.
"Henry S. Randall, ot Cortland county, is
niuned for Secretary of Slate. About all, if not
all tlfl! Democracy in Cortland county are of the
Abolition Democratic school; a Doctrinaire, the
Emiing Post culls him whMi means, in New
York English, an abolition philosopher, nf near
as we can translate it. Horace Wheaton, named
for canal commissioner, is a cunsptouous Barn
burner, brother and, business partner of Charles
A. Wheaton, the abolitionist. Levi S. Chatfield,
(Attorney General) combines the beauties of
11. .-..1... 1 A .' . . .v, . .
j. uuuiiici mm Aiiu-rcm; una tienjanuij ti.
Vclsh, named for Treasurer, is the editor of
They only approved the acts of ottlemejitwdiich "16 Bu"ul Republic, one of the worst sort of
" u uiored to announce O. W. CAPLIVG.
- .,.UIU.IC jndyor ai me ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce J. H. TR1PLFTT
unn iur nrcuruer ai ine snproachiuc elcc
lion. . .
' " ' . " ;. Hannibal. Srnl.nmli ihm
If Air. JOHN JJ. LEWIS will agaiu become a can
aiuaie i or ine oilica or Uecorder ai the ensuing elec
t ion, he may rely on the support of
..' MAN.Y VOTERS.
I' nnibal. Scut. 30th. IR5I.
, If Mr. f. R. BEL Ml is will coitMiit to the usa of
us name as a candidal for the office of Mayor, he
win ue mpponeu ay o.
o MANY VOTERS
To the Votsrs of tits City of Hannibal,
I have Seen called upon through the rikn. .!
in person, by many of my persona friend., to permit
my ac io ue used as a candidate for Mayor of this
oi ine ensuing election, l am well satisfied that
tlie generous partiality of my friends, and not any real
merits of my own, have had much influence in th! n.
licitatlon. My interest is closely identified with the
inosjwriiy ana ultimate ciestiny of Hannibal. A resi
dence of eight years aaong you has gien us an op
portunity 1o be well acquainted with each other. I
fcive endeavored, during all the time I have beenjiere,
o attend well to all the businesi which my duty
tailed (m to do, and if vou. in t our wiuln.. .i.. i.i
think proper to bonoyne wilb the office of Mayor of
J"s growing eiiy, 1 certainly thull do m
best to attend to the duties of Ihe office, and do all ii
my power for the prosperity of the city auJ the wel
fere all ber cilixvns.
' T. R. SELMES.
If A. G. GANO. N. P. KITNTfPT l r
D. DOWLING will consent to run,Ueywill
receive the votes of the
If A.S ROBARDS, FRANCIS SNIDER,"
and WM. b. MARMADUKE will consent to
runithey will be supported for theityCouncil
tf m the 1st Ward, by
". - oMANY VOTERS.
uaa been passed bv Conaress, and ot course "-'i T i V. J :T J.1 , i wnlcu
. . 1 ... 'fe" . ' COUrsC, i . J,;-,,.,: -J- -'1 itself in the Buffalo sluvp
resolutions did not include the Fno-itive Slavo , ' . j-
t Att. . K '""" u,e.. "K'l.'ve lavifc bv publishing lnnnnuatijry and incendiary
accounts, cither to induce a. rescue by violence,
or through the subterfuges'of the law.
"If the Washington Union will smother such
facts as these, we beg our friends at Richmond,
Raleitch Nashville, Augusta, Macon, Savaiinuh,
Tuscaloosa;" Vicksburg, and New Orleans, o
bring tl.era home to their people.
Law. At their late Convention, thev
those resolutions.. Upon which the Post very
truly remarks "Thetesolutions are. in terms.
ub8,llult!iil:ly -ej'wne as. thosedoptcd, last year,
BUT NOT AT ALL WlE 8AM I! i THEIR 8IGKI-
ficance."0 Hon. Mr. Murnhv. of Brook IvrJ
...i. .i . . 1 ''. ' 'l
woo me same view J lie accused the resolutions
ot amlHgutiy, and of confining themselves to an
expression of adherence to the Compromise Resolu
tions, as they. W, at Ihe iimi.of ttu- adoption
thereof, and jiot incldiijno t ruoiTivt
bill." To supply this deficiency, Mr. Fwler
and Mr. Murphy submitted the following reso.
lution to the Cqnjmittce which prepared the
resolutions, una by tlmt Committee it was voted
RJm, Tl.t r ! ' . .,
- c pany in llie
State of New Vork will failhfullvvadhere to the
recent settlement, by Congress, of j,he questions
which have uuhannilv livi.l..,l .. -....! e
these btates, and will iRMther countenance nor
sanction any seolional agitiion jr Wialalion
v nuujia cfuurucuu in umi geuicment."
iwjiore inc Uonveiitmti. at. iv.:.i.. c
' a. f lljlll) UI
Schencctedy, and Nye, of Madison, u?ged the
adoption of the report of ihe Committee f Mr.
Maurice disseuted, and offered th
aoove, voted down in Committee. . If it was
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(vo.ua uown, u wouia ue regarded us a sanction
of agitation and of Wislution tending tifohntriiM
ine iree oprdtlons ot the law."
After some "further debute. theM-esnhiiirm' of
fered by Mr. Maurice was laid on the table, by
vote of 72 to 52. -
Upon this proceeding, the iWremarks ; - ,
i no aucmpi to induce the Democracy of Nw
and Market streets; Dohyn StC., corner Fourth
and L-hesnut streets; Rand, 57, Fourth street, op
posite Planter's House. 0 " r.
Fiarm'iire. ScarrittSt Mason, 60 Washington
Avuriue, between second and third strerts; W.
Lightcap, 142, corner of sfeond alrcet and Wash
ington Avenue; T- F. Wightman, corner second
and Pine streets.
Foundries. ICinghlund & Lightner, on Broad
wayKingsland & Fcrguscn, 201 and 206 second
stree'.fJ. A Ross, 202, North Kccond ""street;
Gaty, McCunc &. Co., Main and second streets.
between Morgan & Cherry; Clafk, -."Renfrew &
o., Uornor of Main and Biddle streets. n
Pump Manufactory'! -Beard &. Brother's, 06
Regalia Manufacturer. AReinbold, 43 Ches-
nut street, between Second and Third streets.
Confutioner. S. H. Bailey, Corner of Pine
and second streets, one square below Monroe
Wire Factory. Sleeper & Bacon, 51)" Market
street, between second and Third.
. Soap, Oil and Candles. W . M. Brown, 210
North Main street. o
wood nrice the nronent Fall and Winter. We
hear that buyer from abroad are already en-
deavoring to-engage iwtai stipiuaieu prices, out
so far as wc know, frrt few il any have contrac
ted. Moinnot(th (III.) Mat? ' 1
It 1 I.. ..f l!.!n. o. ol I.a
V.-A1 tli;.- A ill: aojipij m. uli.i. ii". vui.
on Monday being uuusualy large for this season
or the year, prices mled somethirrglower The
offerings reached 1400 head of which number
910 were sold to city batchers, 140 were left
over unoldyund 350 were driven to Philadelphia,
Price ranged from $2 to $2 87 1-2 on the hoof,
equal to $4 a $5 50 net, and averaging $2 4-i
I ! JU)v; -c qot jtoiii 5o io 7o at. atii-
wm Jimerirmx. s
of The Pork Market, it is Irencrallv believed.
nrc'will bo active at high prices. Prolueer are
I r llifi OlrVLt Till I inrl -i II t fclmi
is from this quarter that immense qurtitlities
i a .i: l a..
brouIit to market. A railroad Iron M. j rost-jui nrm in ine e.vpemaiion ox uutai
to Hannibal will obviate all tlie delay nd !n;on-j)cr hinidreil W ugood article
venirnce attending the shipment of prodnn-e in I Register 207A iW.. n
in low vv, in on the Missouri, a.ul vvill give an A L mim,(er rf farnicrf
outlet at uU seasons, to the products of adoten , dm.; 1w ht k r,
counUes in the inlerior, now cut oil from a mo r- WmA Rt ti,ne h $;j 75 fc
krt. Property m ull that section of the StaK: ,vir u , . , f. lMl, . . , ,
will be materially enhanced iir.value and ; cmi- wa, offcrcd kl( recd.-Aw Castle Cour.'
111 II I'IKli.. A I Will... I CI
the evjtiNTlatioii of obtaining five dollars
it ill iiiuiv-i mil v iiimiiil,i.u in., ut v v j u 111.1 viii
grulion must flork to it with uutisual rapidity.
persevere until it is accomplished. They
ivc the ability to do jt. in a very .short periuil.
.1 .u i :n-. ' : - ,i .
Mj. Bucklin, thengiueer of the Hannibal
If... ..... .. - A
Pork An Rl-rr. We imrTin-sifinrl Ifurl nV.-rtif
twenty-live hundred head of hogs, was' -"sold in V
thirf oiiy 4n the 18th insf at $4 00 per hundred.
putney .riig zoi tiwf..
23r We Je.vn lrotn Mie jf onr extensive pork,
merchants on y'tcrday, ifuit contracts had been
entered into for hiSr at ,f 4, and they vvef riot to
be engaged at those Jigurer onbhlcrs are now
asking if 4 25 with strong probability, of gct-
ting that jirice. Terre- Huaft Journal 26 tiwr.'.
From th?- LmtisniUi Courier.'
Hogg Prospects of the coming. Seajon,,
The prices of hogs, lately, Imc advaiicedv
and as we have heretofore stated,, vavicve. con
tracts, for early delivery, have bctn made by our"
packcrsut price ranging from $4 25 to $4 50-'
net. Similar contracts have been entered into
nt TVT.wl: l r;.. .. ...
teen by tvven-' "la""ul1 u,,u v-mcinnaii. it is preny gcne.
afcrials, welll r;llli' conceded that tlieiiumbcrof hogs for pac-
, i r ... llltr tilis season thronirllnllf (lin U'r.vt ..rill 'full., .
7, y""'iv anv r I vol VT A J
equal L:st season's product, and that tht vvpiht
'"V i J a 111 lliv VILII wiimv j v m v HViKiiv 1111 I ... . a ' O
Square, on. Market bei ween Twclftli and Thir-1 w'" P ca(!-v rvce.t'.d ,t,!al ()f hft 'car- Atcprc- ,
teenlh streets. Between seven imilcight o'clock cnf tlloro ,s b.ut ,lftle 'lsPs'tio to enter intr
Mr. DavMiport explained to the crowd the i,rin- eo1.ral:,s thc l,art f packers and buyers -at
ciplcs of the Annihilator, and with evident .con-1
CJ . . . i i i- . . IVP nni
and then they vvilll'xpcrience its advantages. J
X lie worn ot breaking ground is to be com
menced at Hannibal on tlie 1st of November, and
we trusti that a multitude ofDour citizens rvill
find it convenient to attend. Loin's Republi
"Phillip's Fire Annihilator. ,
Between one and two thousand persons were
present at Washington square, on Saturday
PY'i.liinnr liivf in villtri4 llw. Iipt Dviiitriiitmil It.
this city bv Messrs. Gray, Davenport cv Lewis
of Pliiflms l'irp A oniliiliitur AVo i-rdwrdl 1..
stale tl''t owing to soirte mishiari;igement the ex-
nirimpnt nrii nt 11 nnmi.lr.di fniliii..'. .mi! !.(' ....
j.. . , . . . . u ....... 2".. .....ii. i,u .in
unfavorable impression upon the public mind of
the cHi. y of thi discovery. 0
A two story lramu building, sixteen by twen
lect, lilled with combustible m;
Dry Goods. Brow nice. TI
r . . r. " . ' " y lect, lilled with combustible materials, we ,
Main street; Doan, King &.Co.( 131 ur.,1 !33)siiuri;f-itl, turnuUincd bec.un-eparcdfor ! 1 ''.s 81
Main street, o ; tkMcst in the open spaccknowuas )Vuhiiig(on! CHV, :sl
vr... I . .. - Q - - O fi,ni;rn o.. TVT,.i-t..l lm(,ftn T ..llll, r.,l l l.i J Will Went
iiaraware ana Lutlery. H. 1'. l'erry, & Co.,
86 Main Btreet, Henry Miller, 157 Main street:
Iwi.i rf.i T ' : .J r I .. nr.lir o. it
. . una ruilliy UTOJ. TOIU Ok. lIOppC, l-llJlViS IU -II1U 1 UlllllllitlOr, ill HI Willi CV lUClll.COn-I J ... . . , J
89, Main street. ' its novver. directed the building to be . Vc antlltc a large increase of the packing
ri,jh: xv I', nT u c , -n J flreJ- The fl'an!CS 6Prcad wilh wonderful rap- i !;cr" ""l " '''"?'m1 ' un-
L.lOtnmg. V ebster. Marsh &. Cn'. 1 TP. V.,riri 1 ... ... - 1 : fnr.itMml I n.l ...r r,,!.... ,..l.:.... i. .
.r . " ' ' luny, aim in a icw momcuis ine wnoie stnictnrc . " i"'V"-' a ""g un-- mosi
I Main street, between Washington Avenue and1 was '"enveloped. One of the larVst niiihila-i mnl,,p rrangcnienls. Auii evidence of this,
,.w ...wiv iiii.L wilt 1101.111 in IV JCVC1VC J,JJJ
-j. j a inc ixdiiuiuai i Armani Bireei, DC
and Bl, JoftODh Kail road lias nrrivi'J. iimT uin L r.noi. T n.r t ha r . i 1.11 i
f , ? t4 ! 1 v 1 ) ctib xy.. jjuvvi iwi ciuain street. lu,a 111 un "ii!t uuw uiuujjni 10 uear. uui ueiurc - w , v.. w.w
i ... I. C ',i ....... . o ' .. 1i,.rrk: (',. 1 r p l
readv in on fn vrnrl- n mnn nu 1.:. ;n,K .. i. to. . tlm iiorc..ir;.viK.ui.j ,..:,).:,':. ... 1 1 iioi
J O , uii ma, tJIliStr UIH-UMIB ( UI-V V9l Comer JUOCUSl, O ,.- pvigun ""lUJiiu llll 113 IlJtUltlXl JHlIll ClMIHl . .. " I " ' r -w.wa .....
ll I ' a '. ' i ' . - r,,t rnnl.;.in 1.. .!.-.. J .. a . i- TM"aillOlllI 1m Ar-irlicnt, niii-1 Crura ilitmrt 1,.
-,,,u" WIU uo lowarus 1110 last 01 the &?wr rtf..-Bur!is &. itrti,,r. in rr.. .. " "jus vu'.,0 l0.UIS-' At i i. riZzr,:1'
' ; tmugc uii- iBifuus apor iiireciiy in me door- ,,c nwi wi miuiatu mi u,-
Maui street, between Looust nnd Vine. " : way, the heat became so intense ns Xo render its 500 lltiul of ''"i-'8 at $4 40 a $4 45 net.. At
o ' tTmhrn. & ii:.m. it i m,.mmrment imnossihlp imil ilm pfVnrt ,,i!.' Louis a contract was recentlv made for 1.-
v. ninuonieiiuerson, iujjijin . ' : . ""- mil . , .. , ., '
street push the flamei was abandoned.' The operator Vr hoSs to be delivered as late as the,, 28th of
weik. In the meantime, Mr. Bucklin will ex
amine, and make himself well acouaiiited with
the general character of all the routesoproposed.
A line spirit appears now to be prevailing..
Number who have heretofore opposed the
road, are now ready to give it their assistance.
by tefldering the right of way, etc." '
CLOTHiNo.-T-Mr". McTVeie-h aimoimrr ihnt lm
o r I
will loon b6 on hand with another5 stock of!
clothing. His oid customers will be pleased to
hear this . "
Dagcerhf.otypes. Gull at J. Ballard's
rooms." He "A No.l" Arlist.
i,osT.A pair of Silver Spectacles. See ad
An Odd DiarcTioN.-In the lit of 1mHh
published in the Pittsfiehl fill ! ri A Tiau
we find the follow ina" Irish f1ilrnv tiT . .
i o -" uusire,
largaret, the wider Peirady that was, before
s.'con(i tune." This beats the big
oeei me r ree t'ress brags about. " '
Tut Missouri Riveh a u;.i 1 ? t
...w uuiiil. aa iiuiiuiiuiiuu. a ou upenuor . o
0 escaped from the burning mass with his clothes February. A packer in I
&Co. . coiiMderably scorched; leaving .the machine to !cad ol,"ered to him at 3 1-2
' discharge itself directly in the air. I "vercd within 25 mile's-of t
A packer in this city had 1,000'
cts. gross, to be de-
this city, on the rail-
""-"euijiiiuiiiaueeineuemocracyof Niw , ""MUU,"' ivivlh it wud to be Ivvvef
York to annrove of tl m.lL... r ii.: ' . tlmn ! 1...- i i . .
w . i .j . v r""vj vl io presf?rit unowmor several vears. It is
m Ul.uiUil:.... o "'"en aieumoois.
Sail" and Floor Scales. Lee, Gage
i.i. . . At a later neriod. u-lmn ll-.p linililinn. .ir.,B
u road, which he refused.
oo, . The following is about the average of pros
JVlain street.1 . . t. managed, was brought in requisition, but the ci'-.1 an.d nef Prk'es of hog if not driven over, 40 or
cJIides, Leather, c Robinson, Waller & f"'1 upo"' tlle flames 80 trilling as to be ! , v mies. As the distance increases, however,
Coles. 83 second strpet I.ii,p,. t 5, i b"ry preceplible, and the building anally turned , ,lle lyancc over the gross price must be iu-
olive ' " to the ground. creased to cover cost:
- 'J"' .. - t before the crowd dispersal, Mr. Davenport jj J"J cls- pross is cqiml to $4 25 a$i 35 net
-Ready-Made Linen, Gloves, Hosiery. Src- Gill BK"m "Messed them uud expressed liis surprise d 1-2 " " " $4 50 a $4 75 '
St Brother, J22 M ain street. IipIvlpph T.,i.,i0i ! as.L" a8 regret at the lailure but reiterated his '. The lollowing extract of a letter from nhin-Klv
and Vine. t lu," eonfidci.ee 'in the wonderful powers every '''te'hgent and reliable source in Cincinnati will
nnviv. xuuiireu iur Lilt? f- II 1 1 1 1 1 1 l.ll f ir.-t I 1 1 nl 1 11 K ' -
Irrocenes, Liquors, SccS-Edward Eggcrsk173 . utcd unfavorable termination of the present
5'1'ound interesting at tlii!
'I'From oil the inlormatk
i Mi.i-in iu inc uiihKiiiuii manner in which it' ,u ",v quauiy and qui
was conducted and concluded, by announcing ! "eclion of country and th
another1 test during the jirescnt week, when he I v,ii tla're appears to be
hoped all who were then present would wijncss Tllat, t,le "umbers will be
its succcs'ii. . . : and oiiiililv I'.ir l.niu ..1....1
JOHN P. RICHARDS, G. W. SHIELDS,
ud JOS. DAVIS, are resrctf..lfv .II.M
to run, for the City Council from the 2d Ward,
j 0019 VOTERS.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. w
RcLioioua Notice.--. Mr T7;Ti
preach October 12th, at 11 o'clock, in the First
rreibyteriaa Church. The sermon will be ap
' propnUc to tlio anniversary of the Pastor' or-diuatioa-it
being the third year-from 1 King.,
w. llow o yo Mvuef Uuit I m ftnswer
tin. people ?" The sermon in the eveuin, ( 7
w JU oe Irow ..Jonn) 1( 4b-.LCan (Jlere
any good thing come out of Nazareth P "
R:0tfw NoTi7Elder M. E. Laeo,
from Independence, will prettch in tha Christian
Church, in thia city, to-night. The moating will
continue every night, during tin, week, and till
wT:SA,mm7Ca at their leisure.
' lu4 rtut, JB?i:llP;. gi A . -
gaoler sc iha)i wha( Mw resolmJfJ
i U .'il air ai .... 1 1 .a a -
: wi pin anorna .o those unhanpv"
divisions in our n,.l.r :.. .
l- i -L. 1 ,7' 1 LiLTciice 10 mate
policy, whit'k can on v rpsnli .1 .
pnwnr nf a clima r,f mn ..f All' v
. . Jiiuout, woo nave
shown themselves indifferent ulikeoto the re-
iruiiiis 01 consciom-B am )... ..
Aware that diffnnrM nf ,.. . ..
---a- rinitu union?
democrats about Lho n,,i; ,.r i, ...j . ,
.. , - , . . . 1 j y ' tfv ti-
caowNiVo :z r vr;r W00'" a ozen "eut luns f it.
lawthb coNVVe;! 8rV1:ed V" Knd about the
IlLAiawooa's M,J,r.Tho S7l7,i7h7r
nmulr o,Air table. Tt4e ,torv M
Novel, or E.i.l, Life" i, excellent. The
review, of trivids.. etc., give iUtcreslinff variety
to the work. .
to give it tueim approval, or to permit auch
....-a(i.jr ,m unpronuiuw issue to be in-
What a hue and cry was ruised by th'6 Demo
cratic piess throuKhout tho country l....f .
certain resolution j as rejected in the Lancaster
II';.. r.... . . -
...... w-urcmiun , y now ilont,c when tl
oiua ci is porrormou by a JJemocratie Conven
tion I Nay, more, thev can unite. Frp.,.;i .j
uti-Frei4oil, in endorsing andomiaendipg the
. iiuarac patriotism !
The resolution rejected bv a Iar.- mni..Ht..
. . 0 J v
wo. uim approving ine "jinal settletnenl" of the
Compromise Measures; the resolutions adopted
ic iniuu, an ariuice to escape at onca Free-
son ami ami- reiwl i)("nocrr.!i; censure pos
scssmg a doublo ltieaning. Considering what
they refused to do, in connection with what they
did do, and with tluur silence upon tha Fugitive
Slave oLaw, we cao arrive at but? one con-
c.u.,n aj-M.nl a uirijelnaioritv of th rn
""u7' ntagonisi.io to the Fmritiv Klv-
i-ttW. in the .Yashin-foe Unin,. .,. ..I ,1... ir.
nibal Courier fiiHorse the dohi. f t Convcn"
tion in which the t.rcv.iil flwt 1 it R 1 a.,
. , , o -".MUHL'tj was so
clearly wielded by the Woolvhcad.r :,
DomocraticJohn Van Btfre. Barnburner, ! .d
0 PicroNs. Such a number of pigeons as have
establwhed a roost in the edge of New London,
never was seen or heard of in these parts before.
Several thousand were killed on Monday and
Tuesdav nights. TIip
r. o '- Aiitnn; ut iiiuir en
campmciit can bo heard ut a distance of several
miles. When you sho.tf into a tree, the flapping
of their wings "raises the wiiid'Uii a very sen
sible dt'irree, and the rushin- ...... ,-1 .
o Watches, Jewelry, SY.i-Cook &. Co., 41 Mar
ket street, north till., no.n. ivr .t.,
j.iuiV. 1 i"'iin mi wio were men pr
Mill Materials. G. & f?. Tmlil OH v 1. Li,s "s",eccss.
Main street. . i J re?rQt -exceedingly the failurc.of the first
n . t c o J 1 puunc icst 01 the Annihilator 111 our cily, and are
Druggists. Francis Walton & Co.l l.'i ArniniinwiUin-tobelim-ethnt vitLnmnprm..!..'..
street, between Market, nnd Chestnut. " ! lle resll.lt would not have been otherwise. First
v ' V" P" 'ssions- are uiost lastincr, but wc trust the
AC,rT "America."- The. Buffalo Common ' nublie will
. - " t ' 1 " until miict llie
cial notices the-fnrt iKnt iha u a u,.;1" iorthmmitun pvnnri.nor,, .ul.H i. r..u
n.w JA1111.1 it.:a 'Was n j' 111. phuh uavu ihui c llu.
but a second class," vessel in our waters she ' cmo,IS,ra,ed tlle claim of llie Phillip's discov ery
haying been beaten by the.'Maria," and, relates I URn the rub!k'gra,itudc Louis Intelligencer
the follnwin onrJivf a . ? t, i '
"We heard f i cifcurtancc aomewhat sin J Wp T Stea"!r Brllliaat. ,
lar to the late yacht race that occurred in the ' a,l ""'f0":,11'0 oihc.ers of e St. Louis
Mediterranean a few rears ago. . A down east , IT 1.10' P il's rar'rnl,1K. tlwt this boat ool
Schooner, named Jemi'ma, ig making he r n l0ard boik'r as was
lrom Massena tr. fJil.nili.., f,.n ...iPi. . ... . Ll,Lkl"K out irom a landinir on K,.,l
in on n crack ilip ysii, i, . ., -- -" r iiiuriuuir
vessel belonging to the Royal .Yacht CluR.' The j T hp s 1 1 i?.l M. C " ,?''?iS beIow ''l'leinine.
iiiii whk i:iir eMtifi ih.. a.'i: .1 . 1 "
. ijnUiU , - - ...i-viiiiiuiuii we ean (rails in rc-
experimenr to the unskillful manner in which it: ial")" lo the quality and quantity of iL in tl.i
was puniliu.lixl .....1 ...,.,..1...1,.J k.. i seel inn tf i . .? "
iroughout the Great
but one opinion, vizi
1 1 . 1. ..... uiiai 10 iasi season
! Si 1"! b0,,er' aI.that the price at which
,mp ii -i T a s '""""cipate our market will ,
opentt, to be dangerous and unsafe. Therefore 0
we lok mion the business in the prospective" as
disastrous to all who hold for l.iglv prfces
l ogs have been sold in our market at 4 1-2 '
for are to be cut and cured into -bacon, for the
New Orlean. Market. Consequentlywe look
lor a decline , that city, soon after tie flr.Ur.!.
rivals, caused b, heavy shipments. I fact,
lH.gs are too h.ph, and we think the price i
not be sustained." 1 -
" Sam Slick says, writing from England, 'ar-
er all, they hamt got no Indgi,, corn Lre they
.. UUUUV lilt
roost, people kiHir.e more than th..v
Jiomc. They say there arc a "few mr. 1,.P,'
trees say several steamboat loads. l . 0
ye also hear of immense immbe, s of pigeons
op. the Missouri river. '
AtTOBREY GeRAL The f!v.n,.. L.a
appointed James B. Gardenhire, Attorney Gen
eral of this State, in tdaca of tv a ni..j
, . - uuarus
deceased. Mr. G. wn il. .
. "i-iiiuu cunmuaie
lor vongress at tlie last election, i the 4lli dis-
The Beet Excitement. ?
-..-., u..iui,aay iasi ictt another beet
.v.. .:.... ' . ve oomincnd this
v, iiiv IliI li:s III I I P Ml 1 am I. - TT . -
M'E IA. I Ii I HfOM M .-a-.
That's a pretty trood one. afr? A-.. u,. 1...
.'... ,uV ... a. V.-i , V uul
first trn n..f ll.,:ir r o. . J.
." "" 1 ro, t- Joseph, a beet that
.-.ure ai icasi nine Jeel in circumference!
I.ih!. I'.aia V A. 7
a A vraa a.LW I IS 1 a-awu 'm.. V ...
Courier of the 3d. .v,:,,
ihe shipment of l.Oui I.I.I. ..e 1... 1 , -l. r"''J
1 , : " "ru lor icw- tlr-
euns, on a coup!,, of flatboatl( whii., w
W u the upper wharf. It will be .0 me e
bvfore Ihey start out. ucuine
ovterian llera d .iv .K. 1 ..
ii, u. i . ,A . iu"e B "leinuer ot
the 1 resbytemn Church, and amid all the se-
v.yywn inrougn which she was called to
y., ever maintained er Christian charae
er tintamisUed. Xord Morpeth, an his vi U
to this country, remarked that she was the mos
complete mode of adlgnified, seU'.poLess -d a
table Christian lady that he had seen in America.
, f'TJi" DeAT On' Alollday cveninir
last, a l.Ule son of Mr. Seeburger, of this p -
was taken v 0 nr.il ill ...:,i. . ' ' . r',itl
His mother i " ' ". . 0F c''VUlt.ons.
....e , BUCI nifonv, was to
tally UMiieiveJ, and the neiuhbors e I i, T
. HI.U IIIB SlIOU ll I n t..,.. 1
"niliant was on her ..- .1 . J " 1 "e
very sinuular roll ,3l 1 P' wlli,t is
which sl,t h .1"Uj.f.t,he 'u'HhWat
f uh-nx;. T,ie
lie some day of the ,, L . P lr'J'' 0,1
". hour i ,1 " mo ii""1 Wy
thoroiuhlv rcnairpJ " S. -T''C V' Whs
bed-tellinh, 7 ; U V. .UuVy?.''.tl"
ter. Mrs. S. " L ! V1 "7 wou'a H-bel-
"r-j ", uown, ana ihosc
present left th Uown a"d
H, .... 1 ,lt;r 11 eurpso : ai;
t'n.nini 1 raiiriu,! j
life, and .!, " ''.!:"'' 'r lo
little bovis.iZZ"'0' .Wt. The
er'. l"Ve.-Tcrr;iIaS,e Express" ' U " 'U"Ul-
boilers. --..Th,. . e 'ure set of ncw
but littlein.. V' 41 .. V.i:'i-1, did
cause her to 1,7,1.;.: ""iUI 11 o doubt.
W ll.i u hum ,.e .1 . h "" Si
1, .... -"r uic W
oiindprl 1. 1 '
o,.,.,,i,, , . ,' ?'"
n h-uj nominated: v' 0 r
V.F.'J'W Court f Appeals, Samuel
lor treis,,, i . Vi W ,V' 1 ""ersonj
Emcjih a : 1 "r," .'.
" " "u nanus in t in f,,ll...:...
. viivn "'J ;
'"I'ldredJIelns t " ,JiK,t' eimnly
""rested him , ;k j " 1 ""'')' He
lhe Tour first , i 11 u" a woniuii 5
l wo s3 lui,,, v-. 1,1 r W1" "'ke a word of
f.'H'jK i- T,... . . .
Ml boucl.t aCZ Chn'! W1 Ca.
I..MIM, :. .,U,,! lU"a(:" 0 t Tmhl'L war'-l
'PI.: : ' . , "Vllul for ly 05 ,wr
- 1 .
nirtriifl.-i- i,,.,,;k:ii ' . " r" l""o
1 in thiv
i-"'"'ic jour., ad,
a"d Kuhead of : Z' .CX,r''-:,i,'a7