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r..r.'l- ' F,rm,'OI'io fcatesman. '
IE RIAL LOQ' OF, WISE'S 124th;VOTAGE.
IAPE.rH0 COLLMBUS, 0l6, StfT. 23, 1851.
- ascended Irom Tfi.,ov. r m
me, uciore 0 P. M. with Ballot riv..n.il'
i j - 'ud;mmii hi j inin
rr',rS ?f Muster Charles Wis
"",J"'U, Allnosnhero Pn m mill .loo. ...1.1.
V1crJr.Kcnl,e breeze from south went-.vcI.M ilv
of the breeze about ten mil
ot per. Hour. At 20
mCt, not far from tl S. Vi.T " ? ' .?
trnii' ( mi i'",uuu l)y in in me ni-
Se riuS rs-Thc ,variu" pb'io if.ofs-
great museum pavilion tremlnt like a,i,2 iln
deed eo3'fi0pnlSCCnCrli . were in-
- v tt an Willi f i hnii I -. .1.1
'vuii A t'UUlU
' W them to
, . ,'"" excitement
make notes wiih ,n,,:i ...i
but I found thi
a matter tnn r .f ....
preswit stato of
-v ijoijiu xur uicir
mind, o I had to arte nd to it
AlO mm. nusffrvn lnZ:r.i
f landing them and resum Z th. 7 COraPamon
OU lUin. Tint 1 )
on Ar. Iooie farm 4
wile.. from Columbus.
! lllsiMpd ,.n j I "" '"" "
niter o ."',K"nS wan me, but
ii" ij ) nr a 1 1 r..t t i
nrrnm J . ri
OUt Mra W: I
altitudeofjh W l3a "
v.i;iiui;u, una a ninn an
feet. 1 entered a strntiim r,f
nist-it was highly electriged b
wlutionaryr-wLirl.. 1 this mist .nd al
??.,.lVe7,t,1.",fe'.,n anJ out the IWloon became
j7, cvtrv ininij m
ilOn...fc I .
T elastlc a sprucencss, if I mnv be al
lowed, pervaded the wholo-masi which made
quickening and musical." The ?buc hilt Z
Biwi.w. n r ' """'ma irum me valve
'wwf. if 8 ?Tr-h cords by w,'ich the
tZi 8U(',P,m,",, gavcut sounda'Tike a .trine
instrument, at Pvnrv ri.:-i .c , . &
CaiiwI I i t
" dium o ' electric me-
-durtW J the1n2ist H hnd tboppcarce of
' n V,CVVed frm nbovC' h bad alingy and
lJ Whe, above it, 1
. " , ""n'ry elevated above a tier of.
tant Tl or (JO mUf di
wm. i ho condition of the atinosi.ftere above
Kvas truly singular, a condition, nn ,11. ;,,
way connected will, the long prevailing drought
wt i have just encountered. o b J
i was alolt untir sunset. The' sun-set scene
Was a grand one. The top. the clouds in the
"."T w.cf.e maginhctmly illuminated and
..egiuea wit i the colors of thr? rainbow
we wing this, scene from
sSceiie lrom nvi.r .. i,.;i.. c,:il,
attend. : i " 6 ' '7
. w.is fuiuimiiy drawn lo u conversntiim
PdbMng between two individual. At first 1
uioiight it a delusion, but upon close observation
11 Proved to be ft fact, for 1 could distirfotly
near wordf such as " I doT know,""did you
"ee him?" I tried the.cxperiment uiMm mv own
!,, V , fT lo UL" awiMicuj, wiyen;
-"a uiougnl aiiottis lrom-peraons below; proDa- i
ojiy.'from those whose uonveasation I henrd.
uvl-i a nine stream, at a Qiear.,
point entire v surrounded l.v u.-,I. n,l ;,Ui m i
Although the air at this poinf was only forty
deg., my imlseo was quickened to not "less, I
judge, than 90 n minute, and my, veins were
considerably distended. I felt: that I was get
ting much relief from sickness I had lsbored un-
uer lor several weeks; ana 1 now cauilully say,
thnt I f eel a permanent improvement 'of health,
really astonishing to myself, rind altogether as-
.i-- - i ' , . . .....
cribed to the electrical invifforation received in!
a higher charged atmosphere. This wat one ol-j :
ject in resuming my voyage after Mrs, Wise
anil Charles were landed. ,-,
While passing tth rough the cold electrical i
stratum, theory would assign to the eaa of a loss '
s. . ,
of buoyancy from condensation, but in this case
'its buoyancy was iuuiea&ed, us I urn cerUiin its
ascent became accelerated from the time it en
tiered it, v ithout. discharging any ballast.
At 15 minutes past 6, I landed near Blendon
'Corner about ten miles from Columbus, from
whence I returned to the city, in a -conveyance
furnished by. Mr. Bylls. ,', J WISE.
Pork! Our reports acrree that there will bo
k 'areater amount of Pork in pounds, shinned ,
jlrom Evansville this winter than lust.' There
'may not be -so many Iwge killed here, but j
the weight of pork packed will x greater Uian '
f usual. The hogs of this year are of unusual
sood quality, as com it plentiful. It is s jp-
posed that pork will bring a proportionally ,
greater price than corn, and therefore farmers'
: re putting all Uic com they can into, fattening
hogs. The opening price w ill doubtless be UJ Pl r luu lus- Market uun, ana interior to,
. aboui':$4. Evansville Journal, 30th ult. medium qualities very low.
Hemp. Not a sale transpired to our knowl-
'The lir.MocnaTg asd Disunion" The au-jedgo. ttcceiuts since Saturday none'less than
thority of the Hon. HejIiiy t. Foote, the dem- 200 balcs, all oi which arrived by the steamer
ocratic Senator from thc State of Mississippi, j EU'ir to-day, and not out in time 'for sale. ' The
wjl not be disputed by his party friends. In marlet Jims undergone nuoohangcand we oon
i .ene m speet;lies he. used the following lan- tjnne to quote $75 lo .fS, as the range of prices,
nMuch depends upon the action of the Whig
iparty, fr the disunion feeling is more prevalent
; among lle Democrats, misled by cei'lain k-ading'!
politicians and corrupt editors, than umong the
.:. ,'Illiga. ..
'The Recent Earthquake in the Kingdom
Of Naples, ...
Legation or tii U. S. r Amehic,
. Naplm, I 1'a.i.y, August 2G, 1851.
To the Editors of tfw Washington Rylli6i
On the 14th ult., the western portion of tlie
Her, was aguaieu ny several calamitous shocks
of earthquake; This convulsion appears to have
had its oriein in tho volcanic retfion of Mount
Volture, about one hundred miles to the souih-l
Mn.InF Mimtf. Tl sa'n ifnr:i1iiil Alli7
, eminence, inree uiousuiiu leei iu eievauou, rising
.1 .i i e . ... i
at me point wncre too peiune .,nain lermi-
nates, on the borders of Busilicivla-nnd Apulia;
its slopus rikI summits are broken iuto numer
ous craters, of the vitality of which no record
exists, but which yet bear unmistakable eviden
ces of eruptive violence at some remote perioa.
Proyious to the first shock, small
. 6trcain which runs near the city of Melfl, sud-
denly disappeared, und the sl:( pherdSj .on the
, neighboring Mountain,' were alarmed by loud,
, rumbling noises beneath their feet. The monks
of an adjoining convent, admonished by these
phenomena, fetapud from the building almost at
the moment it wus rent in twain. At the first
shock, Melfl, which contains ten tbousnnd 4n
1 ; hubitantti, wus jirurfrnkJ in Ae dttxt, uothing but
A few crumbling walls surviving tho general
ruin. Vn to the present moment seven hundred
dead bodies have been disinterred, and othert
rc constantly being found. ..
. ' October 1st, A. D. 1851.
M. Clems-- The following is an extract
from the "Tax Book," for 1851 :
Value of Resident Lands, . S26 020 00
aiue oi uesiaent J own Lolsj 3H0.325 00
ToUl value ResU Rcalstate 1.187 .049.00
Slat lax on time aM-5 of 1 per cent. $2,874.09
19 millt, 3 printing presses, 1
distillery, l carding ma
chines, 4 fan yards end 1 o
' rope walk,' - ' 20.125,00 '
i.jii imvet, valued at r ... 612.525.00
Amount or tnoney at interest,
on hand, in trade, deposited,,
bonds, notes. &e.. " lai Kin nn
. r . . a i
Val. or other personal property J85.005.00
Total value of personal prop'ty 954.185.00
State tax on same at 1-5 of f per cent
1613 polls, at 2J each, O
Vutne of non resident lands,
Val. of non resident town lots,
Vul. of town lots not given in,
Total val. non resident land? Jt O
., towu lots, c 372.720 00
State tax on same .1 J.5 of 1 Vnle7u
"Tax Book. tpr
u o o
Total State tax on same, c' v
Comity levy on said tax book at 100 per cent.
Total State $ County taxes for 1851 on "Tax
THOS. J5. HATCHER, C.
Per Jos. L. Hart, D. C.
Response to "ittany Voters.",
Fellow Cjtjzkns Seeing iip the Jourual of last
week a call for theinderslgned to consent lo becoma
candidate rortbe o'llice of Kecorder or the city of Han
nibal,; all 0Iohave lo say in reply, is, Ihat ir my fellow
citizens think me a suitable0 person? and eleet me to
said otHce, I will servet hem the best J nn." ..
Fver yours, ice, '
Hannibal, Oct. 6. oJN0. B. LEWlU
- - . -
haknibal Market. . 0'
' a WHOLESALE I'RICEd
U'tlnfiiay Evening, October 8, 1851.
PHOVISONS Bacon Sides per lb , 9o9J
Shoulders per lii ba7
O ,1 J ,. . Ln ''' .TV
Laid No. 1 per lb
nasiis per 10 o aiu as in qiiuiny
" 'Ihl'eiioi per ll0
Butter pej lb
Kggsper dozen ,
Flour pr bbl
Meal ner hn
o " 6 a b
o ' a i
per bus 2&a 3n
WmPTA I.I 1.-V
Onions ner bus
tub ipcnL ? ...r u.
30 a 35
18 a 20
HKMI'Dew Hotn-d per cwl
HAY J'ec 100 lbs
HfDKS Dry r lb c
I ireen pi'r Id .
FKATHEUS Prime t.eS per lb q
FRulT Dried Appi-s per 'bus
Drd Peaehe, per bus
Green Peaches pel bus"
' "r'-' c
. ';,"'-7i',,Bar re'
0 a 12
t'oiiee per lb
Iolsses N. O. per gal
" S. II per gJ
Allspice perlb o
Whisky per gut rectified. o
Window Glass, per box NxlO
" ' " 10x12
Raisins per box r
SaleTafAii per lit, w
0 i'iill per sack 0
&'all per bus
Ktce per lb
Cheese per lb -
o a 50
121 a 15
3 75 a 4 00
4 OUa 4 50
3 30 a 3 37
"50 a 60
35 a 45
18 a 20
cuAKwhl.t ne, b.
Corn per bus
Oats per bus c
ea,w jr b .: . '
.7. 1! P bus
Timothy ir bus
75 a 100
C 8 00
Blue tiruas per bus
Cloversead per bus
l"'roiu ilie buJ.ouU Intelligencer.
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
Ihe I rodf.ee market was ina't tive to-day; and
considering (lle amount received since Saturday,
a very lig'nt business transpired. Sales of flour
iiowauuu bbis., at $3 4ta3 50 for country
suPer1ine, $3 60a3 87 1-2 for fancy wid extra.
" "Vat sold from 45 to 75c, sacks returned.
Corn dull, and very few lots suld. Outs 25a2Co,
'--acks included. Barley 55c. Provisions about
'BS '"st reported; Groceries generally inartive.
Coffee dull at 8 3-8a8 l-2o ; smail alcs from
store ut 8 3-4c. G. A. Salt $1 40a 1 50. I
Tobacco. But 11 hhrls. sold at both wnre
houses, to-day, at price vary iiif-from $1 50 to
0 New York 6 i m.
Cotton dull; sale 500 hales, but holders very
firm. Flour steely s.-iles 10,000 bbls. at
$3 fa'2a$4 for State and Western brands, mid
j $4a4 25 for pure Gennessee. Sales of 10,000
nbbls. Richmond at 5 50. Sides 8.000 biisheli
Gene sec Wheat at 87c; 40,000 but-hcls corn at
j 58c for mixed western Provisions dull; small
lalemess pork at $15 50, aiid prtitw $13 50;
1 "Jf" '8 r75aU' L:irJ 8tcdy ttt Juf)
j V "inky 21 i2Ju.
t : -- -- -
inu i; ii in, ii nm
rPAKI:N ' we'aihei, and in the best city style
BiiITiWiFS- WgefiiTiB IfSo
llM, KVT the "ttiewT
or oiieralini;, lioiu 8, a.m., until
5 e M Ul.illB lhe chijmen afiei dinner.
n. H. .
An rxtia Cnilera for eale cheap, or ex.
change lor good piopeily. ocy-bm
AND Likenesses copied with exactness) Landscape
taken, and Invalids wailed on at their retidences.
Also likenews ot de rtM'd persons taken. octf-tiia
Cull vi Ballard's Dagutrreun Rooms, over the
NOTICE is hereby given to all person interested in'
the estate, of Martin tl. Jell'iiim, di-c'd, that It'ttert
of administration have been granted to the undersigned
by the Ralls County Court, bearing dale Oct, 6, 1851.
All persona indi'litrd to said estate are requested to
itiuke payment immediately, and all peints having
chums agaumt said estate, are ieipieled,to piviuul
thcui, properly authenticated, wmi' none year ir.iin tne
date of said letteis.oi they may be pieiluded from any
benefit of said estate, aud if n( pie.euted within three
years they will be forever barred.
JIENK1ETTA JEFFRIES, Adm'x.
AND UNION HANNIBAL, MO , OCTOBER
n Ml TT ,
A ,A,R, ,rIIer Spectacle was lost by
IX Mis. h. Smith, on Hilt or Main street, or on (lie
road crost Bear -Creole. A suitable reward will be
paid to the finder, on delivering them to the owner, or
leaving mem at tlie Union Printing Office, ocfltf
NtftltE is herebvplven to all persons interested in
nee.tateof Wm. K. Hipqint, dee'd, that letters
of administration have been frranlpd to the nndersigt.
y j ." aim tv.iiii.y i onn, oring (late October U,
18M. AM persons indebted to said estate are request,
ed to make payment immediately, all persons lisvinf
Claims against sanl estate are requested to niesent them,
',,'. """""'"""' wnnin one year front the daU
or ald Iftters, or they may b precluded from any ben
efit of said estate, and ii not presented within three
years, they will be forever barred.
od)-3t JOHN D. Kir.fiS A.JmV
T1 HE subiciiber deems it proper to say lo his old
X friends ind the public generally, that his connec
tion with the late firm of Hiram McVeigh Co , has
been abruptly dissolved, but (bat he will in a few days
be under nay again, with a fine assortment of
litady-Math Clothing, ftc, 6Vc, '
And his friends will do well to delay their purchases
for a short time. orfltf Oct. 6th. 1851
' HIRAM McVEIGH.
IRftSIf and fashionable Spring goods just received
and for sale very cheap by T It. htl.MKS, .
NcwjSt." Louis Advertisements,
R. L. MELVILLE, Fashionable Hatter,
opposite Planters House, No. 43, Ni Fourth st., oc9
St. Louis, Mo.
BUCK Al WltlGllT Wholesale Deal
ers in all kinds of Stove and Hollow Ware. The sub.
scribers have now on hand an assortment or the Bucks
i'alent Cooking Stoves, and can supply those wishing
to buy cooking stoves at wholesale or retail, with the
mosi perieciarucie in tne west, it Has all the.edvan
(ges of 'any other slovs tiow in use, with at least one
third mot oven, whict is li'eated with uniformity in
eyery part. n the oven are flue to constructed as to
carry ff sUam, arising fiom cooking meat, io'o the
pfpe. thus preventing the mixture of flavors. The e
conomy,, convenience and despatch in cpoing opera
tions, retuler this stove' preferable to any other before
the public. Sold as above at No.20lt, Main st. oppo
site Missouri Hotel, 0c9y
- Kt. LouisMo?
S. STILL WELL,(sucpe!ftQr to S. Ridg-
ley). Manufacturer of Spirit Gas, Chemical Oil, Alco
hol aniTPure Spirits. Sign of the GoldencBarrel, at
N? 53 Olive, belween 2d and 3d streets, o oc9y
St. Louis; MS.
So F. SUMMERS, (Ute of Philadel
phia) Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufacturer, No
3 St. Louis, Mo.,
w here may be found every variety of Trunk manufac
ture at very low pi ices, lor cash. oc9y0
E. I)I.MiCK& CO.. No. 42. Novtl.
Mttin street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in Giir.s .nd
sporting" apparatus of all kinds. Rifles from the most
celebrated factories in the U. S. as well r.s of m.r ,..
t nmke. t.'iamakers' materials and all r,rt',.u.
ed with the trade, wholesale and mta'.l Aun u..
I le Heeler
fl1lit Sntetv ri-.a,, . n , "
ujtu, ,viirnai?e Ulanu aclurer
and Dealer, No. 6S Third street, "opposite the Theatre,
o vt. Lipuis, Mo. oc'Jy
o Fi fZGIBBON'S r DAGUERREOTYPE
GALLERY, No I, Fourtti and Market streets,
St. Louis, -Mo. c
Operafors will find here the largest and best assortment
of Cameras, Plate, Cases, Chemical,, and all other ar
ticles used in the business. Patent Rights of Crayon
Daguerreotypes for Illinois and Missouri, for sale at
this gallery. o . - - oc'ly
, A. U. LATHROP, & CO., Manufactu
rers and wholesale dealers in 'Trunks, Valises, Carpet'
Bags, ftc. Principal Depot No 00, Third St. Branch,
No 34 Vine street.
St. Louis, Mo.
SCAItRITT & MASON'S New Mam
moth Furniture Halls, No60, Washington Avenue,be
tween Second and Third streets, ,
e ' fj St. Louis, Mo., c '' Cn
Manufacturers an.1, dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
Bediling, Transparent Shades, Venetian Blind", Look,
ing Glasses, Clocks. Willow Wagons, Shower Baths,
Ice Boxes, Rocking Horses, Velocipedes, Veneers,
Mahogany Boards, Curled Hair, Hair Cloth, Moss,
UUOADWAY FOUNDRY KINGS -
LAND .V LI GHTNF.R, Engine Builders, and Manuel
facturers of Boilers, Sheet Iron Work, Mill Machinery,
Parker's and Johmon's Reaction Water Wheels. Oil i
and tobacco fj esses, Hydraulic do.j. Iro.i aad Brass
Castings of every kind.
BEARD & BRO.-S, Patent Premium
Pump Manufactory, No. 66 Locust street,
ft. LidUls, Mo.
Oiistnullv on baud. Force and Lilt, Beer. Lard Oil.
Mining and Air Pumps' ,: Pumps for deep wells' war-
Gum Elastic Hoje for ale. ' oc'Jv
W. LKU1TOAP, Manufacturer of every!
variety ot ( abinet Furniture ol the latest French Pat-1
uleriiP, No 112 corner of Second stieet and Washini lon
Aenue, o 0c9y
o , 0 St. Louis, Mo.
- i ' a 5
A. REINBOLD, Manufacturer and deal
er in Mii-onic, Odd Fellows. Sons of Temneranee'. and
Lall ntln r kinds of Regalia, Caps,-Robes, Costumes,
aimi r.iimienis, .lewrjK, goll ana silver Lace, stars,1
Frjnses.-oe, at ,43, Chesnut street between second and '
liilrcl streets, ; oeu.y Q
J. A. ROSS, Brass Foundry and Ma
chine -Miop and Spur Factory, 202 N. second ttreet, ''
' c, " St. Louis, Mo.,
Constantly on hand and manufactured to order, Beam
scales ol Iron or Biass, and Platform (of all sixes)
Coun er, Dnueisls, Flour. Floor. Hav and Cr Scales:
also Spurs, Hi ass. Castings. Kiieine Lalhes and At.ielii-!
nist's i pols of every variety. (, or9i-
S. II. BAILGY, Wholesale Confection
er.'cor. Pine and 2d streets, one square below "Mom;)
St. Louis, Mo.
roastaid'y on tiajul, of Jiis ovui BianuCictuu", Sf'un
Kelined, "Plain atul Fancy'Candy j'aUo Plain and Med
icated Ixwensei put up in ounce wrappers. Order
from the coiiiilry promptly attended to, and delivered
to any part of tli city free of charge. Syrups made to
KINGSLAND & FERGUSON, Phoj.
nix Foundry, 204 and 20b1 sei-ond street,
S Louis. Mo.,
Manufacturers of Page's Portable Saw Mills and Horse
Powers, Threshing Machines, Stoves, Castings, Cou
Shellers, Plows and Mill Mailiineiy of every desciip
llou. oc'ly Warehouse 202 Mtiu'.
DQBYN'S & CO.'S DaguerreoU pe Gal
er'et' 4s'i ''u ' Louisville, Kyj No. 1 Fowlks
Row, Memphis, I'enn.j No. & 28 Camp st. New Or
I,.,,,, La., and cor Fourth and ChesuUt, oc9y
, ' , St. Louis, Mo, k ' 1
FALLrYurTm'S 1851 th'vTest
quality manufactured, at VI? Also Caps, Soft Hats,
anil r ui's, ior casu i vau putos, van ai vuihuuiiui
Hall, 279 llioadway, oc.ly
St. Louii, Mo.
fSLEBrER & BACON, Great Western
Wire Factory, 9, Market street, between tecond and
tijiru, " k , - i
St. Louis. Mo.
Alwavt ready lo fill ordeit for Seivea, Riddles, Traps,
Kitchen Safes, Bird Cages and Fencing Wire. Fan
ning't Milt Wire Cloth end tereenery of all kinds.-?
urass, copper and Ifon Wir Clolli or all numbers, al.
ways on band. . . octly
W. M. DROWN, Soap, Oil and Candle
Steam Works, No. 210 North Main street,
fc)t. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale manufacturer and dealer in Soaps of eerf
description and variety. Also Adamantine, Star and
'iMouiu i.anmes, ine irade tnpplied at wholesale with
Soda Ash, Palm Oil and Rosin Tallow Lard and 8tea
rtn. , oc9y
BUOVVNLEE, HOMER & CO.. No. 85
Main street, .
J St,Louls, Mo.
Have exposed for sale a lane assortment of Foreign
nd Domestic Dry C'oods, comprising everything in
their line, to which Ahey invite thi attention of country
merchants, believing such inducements will be offered
as will entitle them to the preference. oc9y
R. P. PERRY & GO., (successors' to En
ness 4 Tucker,) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Knglish and American Hardware and Cutlery, K0 Main
39 St. Louis, Mo.
WOLFF.& HOPPE, Importer of Ger
man, French and English Fancy Goods, and wholesale
dealers in American Variety Goods, 89 Main tt, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
WEBSTER, MARSH & CO., Whole-
sale and retail Clothing and fJentlenftn's Furnishing
Warehouse. 176 N. Main afreet, between Washington
Avenue and Oreer, ' pc9y
' .V St. Louis, Mo.
DOAN, KING & CO., Wholesale Drv
GMdi Dealers, 131 and 133 Main street,
St. cLouis, Mo. 0
Silk Goodt at very low pricet for Cash, or t prompt
mew. n ..
BURTIS & "BROTHER, Direct.Imfibri.
Pre And Who1pftl r1sn1.r in ai-.r Amtrntinn rtf 6ji
HUry Hardware, 111 Main street, between Locust and
St. Louis, Mo.
Ordert carefuliy and promiitly filled at lowest prices.
tllND & HENDERSON. Alanufacturers
and wholesale dealers in Umbrellas, Parasols, Para.
soieues ana &un aiies, 155 Matn St., up staifs, oc9y
o &t. JjOUIS, M0.o
GATY. M'CUNE & CO.: Miutmipnl
Foundry, (Main and Second streets, bgtween Morgan
- 0 "St. Louis, Mo., o
Manufacturer, or Steam Engines, Mill Machinery,
Steam Boiler, and Sheet Iron Work, Lard Tanks and
Coolers, Tobacco, Oil and Mill Screws, and ail kinds
of Brasswork, 4c. " oc9y
-LEE, GAGE & CO., Manufacturers of
every description of Cast and German Steel Saws al
to Counter, Platform, and Floor Scale. Ware Room
86 Main street, oc9y
oi. ijwuis, lvsu, -
CLARK, RENFREW k CO., Eagle
Foiuidry, (comer of Main andoBiddle streets,)
. St. Louis, Mo. '
Manufacturers of $ enm'F.neines and Mill Machi
nery, Page's Portable Saw 'Mills,Steam Boiler aid
Sheet Iron Work of all kinds.
FISHER & BENNETT, Booksellers,
Stationers, aud Paper Dealers, 98 Main ttreet,
St. Louis, Mo.
Afways on band, a large assortment of Printing Pa
per, Inks, Slc. ' oc9y
J. H.LIGIITNER. 188, N. Main atreet.
Dealer in Stoves, Grates, Ploughs, Hollow Ware, and
Ohio Hot Blast Pig Iron, o cPy ;
LEWIS M. LEVY, Wholesale and R.
tail Clothing Emporium 104 Main ttreet, N. W. cor
ner Locust, c " 0c9y
St. Louis, M"o. . b .
ROBINSOxN, WALLER &. COLES,
Dealers in Hides, Leather, to., e., 83 2d ttreetbe
tween Locust and Olive, a oc9y
St. Louia, Mo. o
CITIZENS' Wholesale and" Retail "Fu7-
!n,,:,r',C,ock,and Pphol'tery warehouse, cor. Second
fet. L.OUIS, Mo.
. i . o T."F. Wightmak. Ae't
HENRY MILLER, Wholesale and Re
tail Dealer in and Importer of Hardware, Cutlery, and
Mechanics' Tools, 15" Main street, .
St. Louh, (Mo.
GILL & BROTHER,0 Manufacturers of
Ready made Linen, ami importers and dealers in US
der Garmemt, Gloves. Hosierv. Cravats. StScks. Bra
r ces. Shirts, lie, wholesale and retail, at 122 Main st.,
KllVMA.. T M.II.I ...J V II..
j c. bt- cOUlS, Mo.
EDWARD EGCERt?, Importer and
r.l.r i., rjm,-.;. i vir;.. ..i r; ....i
j Commission and Fo'rwrJiir'1W.reh.i4. No!' 17.1 M.in
St. Louis, Mo.
BOOTH. DRAKE & CONN.Ifat and
Cap Manufacturers, No. 155 Main ttreet,
St. L.OUIS, 31f.
Hats'and Caps of the latest New York and European
rashious, and evary variety or style. Dealers through
out the country are invited to examine our goodi
COOK & CO., 41 Market Street, North
side, near Main, u ,
St. Louis, Mo.
Dealers in Watches, Jewelry, Watch materials, Clocks, i
I ntlerv, and fancy goods m general. oc9y
ti. C. TODD, 217 North Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Importers and manufacturers of Mill JVtateriali, Screen
Wire Spindles, Iron Proof Stuff, Cemented and rivet
ed leather and Rubber Belting, (utichine stretched)
warranted to be straight aud give satisfaction. Bolt
ing Cloths manufactured expressly for customers,
wtiion are lavier-ainf herte.-Ui.rn any other and
Todd's Portable Grain Millt. oc9y
RAND'S o DAGUERREOTYPE SA
LOONS, 67 Fourth street, opposiie Planters House!
J St. Louis, Mo.
Ladles aud Gentlemen visiting St. Louis .te invited lo
call and have their likenesses taken in style equal
to that ot any in the world oc9y
S. S. Mbacham, Artist Sup't.
FRANCIS, WALTON & Ca. Whole
sale iMuggists, and Importer of Drugs, Medicines,
i iieinicats, reriumery, surgical Instruments, sc.
Dealen in Paints, Oils. Dve-siutfs and Glaswara, N.
15 Mam slieet, between Maiket aud Chtinut, oc9y
o.j St, Louis, M.O. 8
r ' r-7
IINF.N Checks, Brown Linens, Table Linens and
U Tu.el,iias, Cottouade aud Drill ings suitable foi
Gent' wear, lor sale st
L'EF.SWARKputup in packkiesto suit the trade
vx.jisircctiva by oc.'iy i,K.ir,iiui.3.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post-Office t Hanr.iWl, Mo
Sept. 30, "01.
Inman Ainu son
Basoom & Telbs
Boren Henry 2
Beeker Wm G
Boken AO it
Bird Rett Richard
Belt Win H 4
Bryan A J
Banham John ' 1
Braddy Joseph L
John Mis M M
Jackson Dr. J B
Lillard Jeremiah 3
Lane Miss Melinda
Leek Mrs Catherinn
Lee Wm Henry 2 o
Morse Hannnli (col'd)
McKenney Mrs Sarah
Maddox Miss Susan
Millt Jane (col'd)
McCormick Alis Ann
McCormick Mrs Lou
Mason Ste phen G '
Bateward Wm G
Carpenter J M
Cox Dolly Ann
Carrol John W
Cochran Patrick .
Cunifox George P
Nasmith Joseph' F
Dunehower Samivfd, 2
Dye Luther .
France Jamei A
Fletcher A J ,
Gentry Christy e
George Arjam 2
IfAnijjjj vjje; Cathsriis:
Newlan Samuel 2
Powell Danitl J T
Paj-ton Jame H
Paul J ohn
Ray John Mr
Snow J B .
Stimpson Wm ,
Heward Mrs JosephenSilvers E
Hull yman John
Soinden Miss Alvira
l lagan Mrs JLucy K
Henderson D -Hall
I lay don Joseph B
Hurst Mis Sarah J
Hancock B F
Hutsin E o
Hargf?s Sarah '
Hanck D & R
Harrison Wm II
Slater Mrs Mary E:
Street William S
Thompson Dr J M
Taylor George Y
Thomas James 0
Vaughn S L 0
Volenti ne A
Wait Win .
the above Letters -will
Hargis Joseph . .
Fersons calling for
please "say advertised.
Hannibal, Oct. 1.
A. O. NASH
LAND FOR SALE!
t he undersigned otters his farm for sale,
situated in Rail county, ilo., lying directly
on the main county road, about three miles
from Hannibal, leading to Matsou's Mills,
in ftke county, and to New London. .There are two
hundred acre in taid tract of laud, and it it well tim
bered Moa watered, lor raising stock. It has tnree
large aprmgi on it of the best of water, that have nev
er been known to go dry, and it is thought to be one of
the healthiest locations in the State, has all the advan
tages of the river and markets, and is in every con di
tio'n situated for health and advantage for trade. It has.
also a Rood School Houta on oum end of it. in one
quarter of a rriile or the dwelling. There are about 40
acre of cleared land on it that it adapted for the rais
ing of hemp, corn, tobacco and wheat.
iurinose wno wisn lo do wen, win please calk and
view we lanirior iiiemseives, oaiora purcnasing. pos
session can -be given at any time to suit the put chaser.
MeptZS OC12-1U) (ibis. W. UL.ASCUCK,
' . Proprietor
A Splendid Farrii for Sale.
A N excellent oppoitunily, on acomoJa-
intv terms. cfor anir one who wishes a
handsome residence and a good farm in a a:-
very bealtny am respeeiaoie neignoornooa,
situated near West Ely Piairle. eight and a hall miles
west of Hanuibal. coutaininz 336 acres, 250 of which
Is in a high stale of cultivation, the remainder is well
supplied with hue timber, such as toe various Kinds ot
Oak, Elm, Hackberrv, Wild Cherry and Papaw A
good portion of this land is first rata Hemp land. The
residence, or J-arm House, is one ot tne best planned
and best proportioned in the neighborhood, although
not entirely liuished. o
The land is tituated on the mainly traveled road
leading to Pays and Centreville, and there can be no
doimt mat is at eooa a location as any in Manon
trl refer to Capt. A. S. Robards, T. S. Miller,
Esq .. or Ueorge Schroter. Esq ., of Hannibal, Mo.
tSt. 'Louis Republican please conv weekly th'e
times, and seud bill to this pHice. . oc'Jtt
J A ME S THOMPSO JV' .
rTAKF.S this method ot tendering bis snosta.
X grateful acknowledgment to his oily and sl
country friends, for. Ih ery liberal manner in JI
which they have been pleased to patronise him, lor the
last eighteen months, and still solicits tbe patronage of
all who may choose to call. It will be his pleasure to
try to pleas the most tasty and fastidious.
Cutting done to the ladies cannot easily be mistaken
in putting tbe work together, and warranted to If
properly made. -
ills snop is on .nam aireei, iwo ooora norm 01 ui-
tcs. Siioot & l'svis' livery arable, ana immeaiaieiy op
posite S. J. iowe't (tore. lep'A-xm
CIT Y JmHOTEL,
Main, near Hill street,
G. G R IJITE S, Proprietor,
TT AVING taken thi well knowa House, for a term
XI of years, end added exits servants, furniture, BJ
dii'g, etc., to the amount purchased of Messrs Morma
duke At Hance, and thoroughly repaired, cleansed, and
renovated the entire House, i now prepared to ealer-
teiu tbe former customers ol the House. Xso exertions
An mv nort. shall be unextended. to promote the wl-
- 1 f . , 7 .. ...... r ... .r
lare ain( couiiou 01 looa wuo may lavor io wnn w
natrouaufe. I trust, by cirinr my undivided attentioe to
the wants of the public, to share a liberal portion of
pttionage. oc.t-Jin.panl u. OlilJlta-
Hauuibol, Mo., October 1st, 1851.
I tnrt iesji ) Wr 111 - Ja -.1 tj mfa-.l .
1111- ) rrTniiffiin'i w-r. ... .-,sj , -
x iX rmc
IS hereby given, that a meeting of the stock holders
nl th. H.i.nihol and St. Joseph Railroad Company
will be held at Hanoibul, on Ihe 3d day of November,
1851 , for th ettc'.ion el uireeior wr hu company.
Don by order of the Board of Dircctoia, at their
meeting io Unueu, Kept. I, 1851- ' .
,ep25 W. JO.NL8, See'y.
Who wants a genuine) article of
Q U I N C Y F L OU R,
TUST drop In at the"F,A4il.K s-T) efV
.J MILL I LOlll ! c -sA
POT," 01. Hill treet, war the A?Q SJtkS
Levee I and y.u will get Quutcy WUJt ,
Hour what it QL'INCY FLOCK; manuiaeture- ai
Uie celebrated "F-agVe Mills," iu the eity c4 Quincy,
M no llumhugt Af teeonti hand Quiicy
barrel fdltd vUh other Hour'! eyiliD
. THOMAS JACK, BON.
uowai and Retail,
3 .flairs street . iin.
A?E 'fori" Crugt ehespe, ,v,,n .
in Hannibal, and will n iw ",.."w,f1
tabliebiMnt i the cifr. W a.k tto.lZTL?"
try merchant to call aotl examine rmr dm., and ...
they will not compere with any in any it ;an4 cttean
er than they can buy tbe in St. Unit. r
White Lead, P re,
Calomel, Marnier. Weaver's lk l..r rh.t
Js made in Ihertvarld, : . K" . .
Calomel. Enelisb. O '
I 75 ib
' 25 do
J 23 do
1 25 da
1 00 lis
1 10 do
Salaratu ' ' . . - m " '
Ink, Black . . ' . '
Mustang Liniment, - . .
McLain't Vermifuee . . . . .
Blue Mass, good - . . , 9
Indigo, a first rata article, - - . '
Soda. Sun. Carb.. for Brvait . '
Ft ."Kwood, - . . ' .
Cochineal, . 9 , . . . .
Sulphur per 100 lbs - ....
Madder . . " . O . .
All Otbjrr crficlet In nmnorfirH? d'r- br
A LARGE LOT OF RXlQ, GL.1SS.
For tale at OB.rM M.mB Tta dollar, p..
Box, by mjly U T. BRU1 INGHAM Jt BRO.
U n pa rail e lie 4 Excitement!!
Staple Miry Goods!!!
M OTTO Large Sales and Small ?rafit I ,
rHE subscriber, wonid call partftoUr IWalioB tor
tbetr large and wajl selected Cock of
Staple Dry Goods,
Consisting" in part of 0
Cloths, - Cassimerem, VesU
ings, Satinetta. CnhrorMf r
Laines. Poplins, Linsey's, Flannels," "
Erncy Prirtt, Bleached and Unbleached
, Muslins, Ticking, Drillings, etc., &c.,
Wbicb they are constantly receiving and now tellinsr
cheaper tban ever, forash or country produce, attherr
old stand, Fuqua Buildings Hill street. .
eBcpl8ys J. H. GEST, CO.
0 . o Notice.
The copartnership heretofore existing between Drs.
Meredith k. Hawkins, is this da dissolved hr muti.a
eonsent. HUGH MKRf lltru
Sept. 15, '51. fwpIS-31 K. J. HAW KIN A
. Athninistrator's Notice.,
NOTICE it hereby given to all persons interned in
the. estate of Beuiamin Wise, dee'd. that lesers of
administration have been eianted to the undesigned.
by tlie Ralls coupty court, bearing date Sept. i, A.D.,
1851. All persona haviug claims agaiust sd estate
are requested to piesent them for allowance within
twelve mouth, or they may be precluded from oi J
benefit of raid 'a9. an4 if not . ! three
years, wilt be forever barred.
epl-3t LUCINDA Wi', Adm'rx.
NOTICE is herebr given lj all crrditors and others
luuuvMmi m. u atotaia; Aite Konser SKfCvamu,
that letters of administratios on sairfestate, bearing data
Sept. 9, IR5I, hav been granted tctlie urdersigned by
the clerk of Ralls County court iacation. All persona
indebted to taid estate are requeued to makt ruymant
immediately, and all porsont homing claims against said,
estate are required to present ttwm, properly autheatictsi
ted, within one year from the date of said letters, of
thev may be precluded from sny benefit of said estate,
and if not presented withis three years, they will be
epl8-3t LOT EL ROUSE, Adm'r. '
THE subscriber would call the attention of his for
mer customers, Mid the public, to his large and,
well selected stocx of dry goods, boots and shoes, bat
and caps and groceries, which ha i note receiving and
opening at his old stand, the Great Western, well
known to the public iu its forme; days for good and
cheap gcods, and solicit a share of custom.
augiStf - M. A. UNDSLEY.
2 r rr
. HAITNXBAIi FOUNIjHT,
Palmyra Avenue, HaDu.b; Ufa.
MITCilELL & REMINGTON,
MA N 0 F ACT LT. E RS of Engines, Saw and A
Flouring Mill Machinery of every de- JO '
scription, Turning Lathes, (horse power), Stc.
All kinds of repairing and job wore done in brass or
iron. . All tbe above work will be executed with dis
patch and 00 at accommodating terms as can be had
in the western country. 1 ,
C. B. Old east iron, copper, and brass bought a)
the Foundry. : uj2Stf
Wall Paper. ,
I 50 PS. extra fine Wall Paper, for sale by
M. A. LINDSLEY.
E. M. MOFFETT,
Wholeaalo Qrocer and pommtftalon
, Ab. 1, Ltvee, Hannibal, Mo., (m the house
fumterly occupied by JVV Fuqu,)
WILL constantly keep supplied with a general stock
of Groceries, which he will be enabled from h!s
faeilitiet for purchasing, to sett by (he wholesale at St.
Louis pi ices, expense added. I f Will also give his
personal attention to the eommUsioa business and will
make liberal cash advances oa consignments. . 4tf -
Attorney at Law.
HAVING located himself at H ANN'IB AL, Me v
will prictice in the Court of Common Pleas, at ,
Mannibel, the Circuit Coartj heM at Palmyra, Pari j
New London aud Bowling (jreu;in Ib Supreme Court
of i'ne Stale, ana iu lit luiiwi StaM CUvuit Cusiit.
ty Office on east tide of Main, between Bird and
Hannibal, Aug. 28th, 1851. aug28tf
rpHE subscriber would respect-
JL tully In lor m in citizen ot
U itn ihul ..,.1 eminlrw m.rehiitd
of A ,
doing b'uines 1'wmiA lUunibsl, 2b-
thtt they hav orened a wholes'. and retail ToImccI
d Cigar establishment on MAIN STREET, NEXX
DOOUtothe POST OFFICE. They will ensure lleute
who wilkavor them with their patronage good f
gauit, for cash, and iu every case wijl giva taiioiactory
return if tbe article bought doe not suit them. They
will keep on hand a variety of fancy article, uch as
snulT boxe, cigar case, pipe aud every other thing
beloneiue to such an eatatlubaient. They will have
imported as well as American cif am and sUo, the best
Chawing end Smoking Totacco.
it All ordert will be attended lo if th money U
teat by mail or otherwise.
ant28tf H, LECJt A R BOG AST.
rpHOSE kuowiug theioselves iudabted to M)ko It
X Hakiu either by note or account, will please
cow iorwarjaad pay up immediately, I am the nut
one author ue.l to m-eive aud receipt for t'l Mine.
Huimbal May 56 F.LUAH HA WKIM.
,000 H. extra oak to turd and Spanish Leather, for
t by au(4y M. A. LlSUaLLY,