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JOURNAL AND UNIONS-HANNIBAL, MO.f NOVEMBER 27, 1851.
We ask tha Cottrior.lo give us a direct, une
quivocal nrmwer to the following question:
Dors he deny tln in endorsing tlic'KiiitticV.y
Resolution of . '08 and 'DO, lie endorses nuNiii
The Whigs of New York city held a tremen
dous meeting a short time since, and adopted the
following manly, clear, and explicit resolutions
in regard to this Compromise : ,'
Resolved, That the six propositions intro
duced by Henry Cluy into the United 'nluies
Senule, May S, 1850, und which were subse
quently embodied in the six compromise acts,
now laws of lhe land Great appluiiRe long
continued applause '
1st. The admission tf California iuto the Un
ion, with the boundaries proposed. ' a
2d. The establishment of the. territorial gov
ernment for New Mexico.
3d. The establishment of a territorial govern
ment for Utah.
4th. The establishment of a western and
northern boundary for Texas, and the exclusion
from her jurisdiction of all New Moxieo, with
the grant to Texas of a pecuniary etnivalcnt.
5th. More effectual enactments of law to se
cure the prompt delivery of persons bound to
service or lubar in one State, under the laws
l'ioof., -w horBcap3 into tkivouier Siate.
6th. Prohibiting the tlave trade in' the Dis
trict of Columbia arcfas the President of the
United States has said, m his annual message to
Congress, "to be regarded as1 a settlement in
'principle and substance a final settlement of
the dangerous aud exciting subjects which they
embraced;" and that it becomes the Whigs ev
erywhere to reaped", obey and maintain these
-several enactmeuts. o a"
"una we note iwo smiui sales since our
last, both comprising betwen500 and (50 0 head
at 4 30. One of about o00 to average 225 pounds
nmau uroves are Degining to arrive and holders
appear willing to sell at $4 50 and slighly un
der. Huyers areJnot disposed to exceed $4 25
a ifi av or iNo. I and tliuao figures may Be giv
en as the market for the very best stock. A-
flother house coimiicncurl cutting to-day
M essrs, Whittaker & Palmer -they are enira
ged on a lot of 1,000 head very fine, all of which
will go into bacon, or at least be cut and salted
with that intention. St, Louis Intelligencer.
A Lively Trade. From the recent report
of the Methodist Book Concern in New York,
it appears thai the sales for the last twelve
months were more than $?00,000, being riri in
crease of $05,000 over the previous year, and
exceeding all former years. The profits mi the
new Hymn Book werec $47,561. The Chris
tian Advocate end Journal bus a circulation of
from 25.000 to 2fl,000. The Missionary Ad
vocate, 20,000. The Hunday School Advocato,
65.000, with a yrarly sale of Sunday School
Books amounting to $5000. Tke' Quarterly
Review has 3000 subscribers.
HANNIBAL WHOLESALE PRICES CUR
RENT OP STAPLE ARTICLES.
Hons A re worth $3 75.
Cattle Are selling for $3 23. "
c.Thussday, November 27, IRM. .
Hogs Drivin South Cumberland Gap,
Twin., Nov. 7. Sir: Yours of the 30ih ult., re
lative to the number of nogs passing this wny,
c-n. to hand. Lt reply, I would sny that be
fore the receipf of yours, there had passed 12
droves, which would average ubout 550 head
each sav 6,(0(fc -Since that is yesterday and
to-day, 3;9C8; total to" thia data, 10,54)8. This
estimator will not vary materially from the true
number. I have no means at hand by which
to ascertain the number to same date last year.
My recollection is that the driving commenced
some ten days earlier than this year; and by
about this date last year, the last Had gone.
The number varied but littlo from 20,000.
Hoes. We hear of one or two contracts at
$4 25 net, and remark that, though manv hold-
New Use for Ice. The scientific men of
France are at present speculating on n recent
instance of a young man brought to life, alter
being frozen up 11 ina:iths on tho Alps. It ; ers arc firm at $4 50 net, the
has given rise to a revived belief in the theory I appears to be $4 25 net. A drove of fine hogs
that life cuu be suspended ut pleasure, and , sold yesterday' af 4 30 net. The' number
criminals are about to be demanded of the ( Jovr slaughtered already this seasoh is as follows:.
eminent. The reader will already have inferred I Lou. Jour.
llacou, - -
oiiee, V n,
Corn llrooms, V doi, -
I'Klt'i V dozen, - .
Flour, V bid
Hue h wheat ewt
Prim gee "O -Inferior
Wheat, fair to good, -Corn,
Hemp $1 ton
I'n me V. K. - - -Fair
Inferior descriptions -
Hay tH tooths . -
Hides Vlb u
Flint - . -
Green and Salt -Lead
V tW-Bar, - -Molasses,
'li)t!ion ...... c
Lou. S. H. -Sugar
l'nrae N. O. -f
Fair to good ...
White - ...
Loaf. St. Xonis - .
G. Alum -'
L. Blown ....
Kanawha V bus ...
Tobacco V-100 ls
Good leaf . . .
3 74 f"
Vi (5 3 o
43 ($ 48
8 H I
9 (( 10
1 85 0 2 00
1 90 (i 2 25
40 (J r45
2 50 (! 3 00
what a relief this offers to such unhappy ladies
at find themselves not contemporary with the
hearts they sigh to win. TJiey have only to be
iced till overtaken! "We should add, however,
that the above is by no means a joke. The blood
'of a living man was infused into the veins of
the frozen youtli, and he moved and ppokc. The
experiment was afterwards tried on a hare, fro
zen for the purpose, with complete success.
oThe Home Journal suggests the idea ol put
son, Owsley & Co.
Jarvis Sc. Co,
- - 4,100
aMIE subscriber would return' his thanks to his
. frieudi'and.the public generally, for the liberal pat
rcr.iso bcKriutuie extended to him, and trusts to merit
continuance uf their lavorby care and promptness in
filling all older for articles in hit line of business.
West main, between hill and bud streets, Hannibal
mo. nov27'51 O.J. GARTH.
The following is an extract from a letter to a
commercial house in this city, and is, of .course,
strictly correct and reliable : .
Tekrc Haute, Ind., Nov. 14.
At this point some 30,000 head of hogs luive
been contracted for at $4 net. At this time the
ting this discovery into practical use, thus put sellers have but $3 50 offered, and most of them.
out !i500 at interest, have yourseli. packed in are holding oil, but 1 have no doubt the price
ice, and stay, frozen, with suspended life, till it j will not be above $3 50, unless there is a change
amounts to a fortune. in the eastern market. The number packed at
: r I 'his point last yea was 70,000. This year it is
About the Mormoss. Wc take the liberty ! thought the number will not exceed 60,000.
of making the following extract from a letter, The Cincinnati Ptitt Current vf yesrarday, lias
written l'fom the citv of the Great- Salt Lake, ) the folktwing:
"September 12th, 1851. St. Joseph gazette. lii tho hog market we have to notice a slight
'Dcr Ritlenbnuah. The valley is reached lv improve! l'eciiner. l'ackintr has fairly m
ibut n:v jCiYiicv i uul tuacd. V'r arrived here fmeneed, and up to this date the estimated num-
the 11th. Many emigrants for this place ber packi.it is .30.000 !icaU Most of these
Also, a good assortment of fine Silk PlusK .aps, fmeji
and boys' ditto Worsted Plush Caps, GUzed Caps,
Hue rur Laps, r ur Uloves, Sic., tit. 1 lie season being
pretty far advanced,' he has purchased, not heavy
stock, but we'll assorted, which hull he tplenished ai
occasion may require. This slock has been purchased
alt least 10 pee' ht lower titan the same could be had
for, two months since; and as it is intended, this shall
be a perinoneirt concern ,q juu 'ners to cioo it. He
will sav to his oM frtnd and the pnhlic" Renpraly,
thai he iuteads to do a Z3SL-?lia JaV Jt bitsitiess.
have bnt'one price, aud that, as lor as the lowest. 11
rlo pf prof"'? ts eiii 3&.Vtf iiuu u l't woiiO, "nut
will say he jill fell at a small advuce;ttiid as the ex
ntmsts of tho business unit be sexy light, there Is ndth
iBgto viweotivinc good harkaius.
rurUeiUitr attention U called to the
DamI HTrAii ttjinlr
in the -'Bowery,", we had "a sight of the -ani-i averaging 225 to 2."50 lbs. These may, there- OUyO UVCI VrUcUDj
mals," together with a glowing speech from the j.fore, be coiuidcrud the opening rates, although; Pants, Vesis, ., as the as Kwt merit is qui'o
'Ciiralle of the valley." Drighuni Young was ! it must be remarked the figures ure abovo the i utnivfc uo37-4iia H. Mc.
ring the Mormons thunder. He said the j views of u large portion ol buyers, lordi-uv-j fCinn T J
Clothing! Clothing! .
THE subscriber his just received for hi son, Tbo.(
H. .VcVeigh. of St. Louis, and now opened up,
In the room next door to Mr. JticElroy's Itodk
more, and nearly oppositt the City Hotel,
a very general assortment of
Gentlemen and ueys'.
i r n m wr r-
v iJ f J AJL M. Il
o laobh Mere!
A 1,1. persons indebted In J. M. Doom, are requested
to call immediately and settle their Recounts as it
it very important that fie uhould close up tiii busineM,
having recently sold his establishment to J. Gore. It
is to be hoped that not one who is owing him and sees
this notice, w ill fail to attend to it, as it is desired that
the biyiinea may be wound up witho.it putting one
man to cost. J. Gore w ill attend to the settlement of
all debts due him, J. M. DOOM,
nov20tf Per J. GORE.
Tobacco, Cigars and Snufl
II. LElfK & AKBOUAST,
KEKP constantly on hand the very best Mistouri
end Virginia Tobacco) S null' of all qualities; Smo
king Tobacco, (coarse and fine;) Krgalia, Pimripe,
Melee and Common Ciear' and nirv irlirla uanlln
kept in their line. nov?0tf
Appiy i me sign oi me
q q q q q q
HO THE LADIES
WE would call he Jwrticular attention of the La
dies ta our stock of fine o
s and Fine Gaiters
K&(her ujirnor to any in the maiket, bought or th
mnmifurilinur aiwl &-a rra nf a rl trrrA Al.n fin etnnlr
of MufTs, and Victorines, Real Tdread Kilgings, and a
splendid assortment of Ribbons; all wool De Laines,
...n. -.i . . : r. . i . i i -1 ... i ti i
w.jr iiii hiiu urailliiill. AIFU BpieilUlU IOI OI DiaCK
figured watered tJK, wlucti we will sell very cheap,
no v!3y COLLINS t, BREED.
A. 15. LATHROP, & CO., Manufactu
rera and w holesale dealers in Trunks. Valises. Came
Bags, Ate. Principal Depot No 60, Third St. Branch
No 34 Vine street, oclly .
iil. Louis, Mo.
STOVES r STOVES!!
WE, the Subscribers take this method of inform
ing our friends and the public in general that
.we have now on hand the best and most complete as
Coo king, Uealiug, and Parlor f lores
ever brought lo Hannibal, which we intf nd to sell Iqw
for cash. We are also manufacturing for w holesale and
retail' trade, a lot of Tin Ware, of
itettcr tJIareriat, '
than has ever been used in Hannibal before. Call and
examine our stock for yourselves and you will be con
vinced that what w-e say is not gas. We warrant all
our Stove.s for one year, and can furnish new plates at
all times. All kinds of JOB WORK done to order
and warranted to stand. Don't forget the place .
West side. of Main Street, two doors
north of tho Brady Ifouse,
nv!3f BRVAN & SUMMERS.
were tjuite destitute, but receiving aid from thei were ship fatted, and were
L'.ike trot in. Conference was in lull blast when I tilhries. Several saUw Lav
wc arrived and by poking our heads into a hole ; on Uiu spot ut 2o 1t light, $4 W for IoU
fjlHE subscribers have jnst received,. targe supply of
JL HaHliaore uove uysiers. .. , . .
These oj-sters h,a.ve been put up fre.-Ii this fpll in a
superior 'mttniter. a err hctwetitalfy sealed, nud will
rctilii tr.c:: quvi..u. u.n.t, iw any iulii X time, an 1
ill any cjunalu, Ihey aje vlleceu tothe iteslcrs at pi,,
Louis ptiees. nov-l&f 3. A. KNSLEE&CO,
NOTICK Is hereby given to all creditors and othera
inteif 'ted in the estate of WtHlsm 8. Tingle, dec.!,
that letters of admiiiinlralion on said etate, bearing dale
July 23, IWI, have b'.-n jr.ant-d to the ' derngi eil by
the cleik or Marion eounty court in va'rr.c'wo. All peiioiis
indebted to said elte are reoue.ted to make peyment
immediately, andall person's liaving claims against said
estate are required to present them, properly authentica
ted, within one year from the date of said letters, or
thev may be precluded from any bfnef.. of said estate,
and' if not presented within three years, they will be
oc-Wl-31 JULIA A. TIXCLK, A.lmV.
y' r , ,.....-' -i .'"-. t.
HAVEjut received from Boston, New York and
WIMliK STOCK OF GOODS,
Complete, and are ready to w ait upon all. Their stock
consists of everything in the Dry Goods, groceries and
Queensware line, also the largest and best aelevred
BOOTS AND SIIOIvS
Ever brought to this city. All thone who wish to buy
Are invited to call and examine them. - novl3y
WE have a few file Ciape and Bay State Shawls
which we will :ell low to clow out the lot.
nov I3y COZXIXS fc BREED.
"liltOVVNLEB, HOMER fe CO.. No. S5
Main street. o
St. Louis, Mo. a
Have exposed for sale a large assortment of Foreign
and Domestic Dry Goods, comprising everything in
their line, to which they invite the attention of country
merchants, believing such inducement will be offered
as will entitle them to the preference. oc9y
WOLFF & IIOPPE, Importers of Ger
man, French and English Fancy Goods,and wholesale
dealers in American Variety ;nH.B Mia sJ, 6cSy
St. Louis, Mo.
.DOAN, KING &'CO., Wholnsale Dry
Goods Dealers, 131 and 133 Main street,,
St. Louis, Mo.
Silk Goods at very 0.T p-ic-s for Cash, or to prompt
BUKT1S & BItOTJIEU, Direct Impori
ers and wholesale dealers in every description of Sad
dlery Hardware. Ill Mam streetj bcUseen Locust and
Vine, . . '.
St. LouL, Mo.
Orders carefully and promptly filled at lowest prats,
HIND & IIE.XDEIISON, Manufacturers
and wholesale dealers m Umbrellas, Parasols, Para
solcttes and Sun Shades, 155 Main St., up stairs, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
GATY, M'CUNE & CO., Mississippi
Foundry, (Maiu and Second stieets, between Morgan
'Manufacturers of gleam. Engines, Mill Machinery,
Ste&in. Bortet end Sheet lion Work. Lard Tanks and
Coolers, Tobacco, Oil and Mill Screws, and all kinds
01 llrassworK, J;c. oc9v
"Tlo West Triumphant"
TiiTiny's MinrSr RAZOR 8TKOP PASTE. wr ' y
i anted to ri finn ulirnp .tge t a ror ill !es time '
than any ot'ier evft mamifuclured. Kif'y dwrfw.
jiiht received and Tor nale by J. II. GEsT it CO.
Fuujua Euiiding, Milt street. teplSy Sole Agents. ;
V. LICJUTCAl, Mannfactorer ofevery
variety of Cahinet FurnitiiM of the latent French Pat- '
terns, No 142 corner of Second street and Washir(to
St. Luts, Mo.
!H)riT DRAKE iV. CONN, Hat n.J
Cap Manufacturer, No. 135 Main street, .,
St. Louif, Mo,
Hals and Caps of the latest New York and r.nropesn
fashions, and every variety of style. Dealers through
out the country are invited to examine our goods,
WholeSald Grocer and Commission
M ER CHJl .V r,
Jo. 1, Lew?, Himnihal, Mo., tin the houst ,
formerly occiijned by jY. I uqva,)
WILL constantly keep Supplied with a general stock
of Groceries, w hich he will be enabled from h'
facilities for purchasing, to tell bv the wholesale at 8!.
Louis prices, expenses added. t3" Will also give bi
personal attention to the commission business and will
make liberal cash advances on consignments. 4if
FRESH and fashionable Sprin roods just received
nd for sale very cheap by T ii. fefcCIUS, ,
R. L. MELVILLE, Fashionable Hatter.
opposite Planter House, .No. 43, N. Fourth St., oc9
Ot. LOUIS, fllo.
BUCK & WRIGHT Wholesale Deal
ers in all kinds of Stove and Hollow Ware. The sub.
scribers hare now on hand an assortment ofthe Buck
Patent Cooking Stoves, and can supply those w whine
to buy cookiug stove at wholesale or retail, with lit
moM perfect article in the West It has all the advan
tages of any other stoves now in use, with at least on
third more oven, whict is heated with uniformity in
very part. In the oven are flues so constructed t
carrjr c.T tu, arising trora cooking meats, Into the .
pipe, thus preventing the mixture of flavor. The -conomy,
convenience and despatch in cooking opera- ' .
tions, render this stove preferable to any other before
the public. Sold as above at No. Af, Main at. oppo
site MistourtoHotel, octy -St.
Loute, Mo. '-'
THE subscriber deems it proper to say to bis oil
friends and the pubjic generally, that his eonnec
tion with the late urm of Hiram McVeigh U Co , has
been abruptly dissolved, but (hat he will in a few daa
be under nay again, with a fine assortment of
Ready-Made Clothing, See., 4f.,
And bis friends will do well to delay their purchased
for a short time. ocUtf Oct. 6th, 1851.
D. T. CARD, Carriage Manufacturer
and Dealer, No. 68 Third street, opposite the Theatre,
St. Louis, Mo.
Tiishoiis ver,e leading the Saints to hell that : ery in 1
the II iirli Priests, the Seventy and the Elders ; Green r
. '. i . . i. i i- j. I i .'
in Israel, Matt ueen inugiii ty mm iu m ujiii
that he had plead with them but all in vain
that if they did not alter their course ho would
cut them oil" from the church. . and either here
December, .f I 25 would not bo paid t."? X
L. ...u: c l o ...i.:..u : . o
luuiirs iiiu auiiin BL VI I m, WlllCIL lb o-nr. yv vt- V-.. , irf h
above the rates current at this date last year.
f Mnl, T. a., il. ltd. .'. .
with a chosen few true-hearted followers, or in c. Manslitld. Mr. II. S. Clarx. of
bv I be Krv. R
Afivir.n. I., IMi.a
some-other land he Svould co to Heaven alone. 1 Frances E. Cas.mdy. of Audrain eoumv.
In fact he effectually dammed and cursed tiieni ;
or W. B. Hamilton
siipimKed was taken through mistake trout the
steamer Hubert M- Pattou. about I lie 7tli Hunt. The
above rcwaid Will be paid, upon delivery to
GEO. BACON & CO., Uaanitnl,
Wui. Dwyur, 17, Commercial st. St. Louis.
He said . the l
off the eves of;
in almost every way anti
HishoDS would steal the silver
Jesus Christ, and would even come to him with j
lie in their mouths about their tithes. All this ,
lie termed an apology to the "Bishop for somthing '
hard he had said on'tho day previous. His en-
tire speech was but poor bur room shnifj. At the (
close he asked them if they would hear counsel,;
-which they having agreed to do, he counseled j
iliem, and passed 4is a law, the total disuse of
tea, cbftee, tobacco, and all ardent spirits, wun
out a dissenting voice." I
Danibl Wkbster'u Farm. In the course
of a biography of Daniel Webster, publisli
d in trie Boston bee, the following anec
'In the vacation Mr. Webster took his
family to visit a 'nice little place' which had
been assigned to him by a creditor, on the
road from Meredith, Bridge to Meredith vil
lage, containing five acres more or less.'
After riding over hill and dale, on a rough
rrtftd.so thu storv coes. he reached the lo-
f.nlitv.and foundaloe hut with ubout half
' D. J. GARTH,
MASlTACTl'REIl AN!) DEALER 15
TOBACCO & CIGARS,
. iX'liol mule A' 1,'itnil,
West Main, between Hill and Bird strceh,
nov27-'51. . '
Cifi-araf Cieara !' f!ip-ara"!
Atlentionl ve lovers of the Fraerant Weed! .
"PKCKIVED this day, at Garth's old establ
-1 t Tobacco and Cipur IJepot, a lurte lot of very
Choice Havana Cigar?,
i "TOTICF. is hereby (riven to all persons inlere-sted in
1 J.N the estate of LanJy arnard, deceased, that letters
of l mm nit ration have been granted to the undersigned
by the cleric of the Kails County Court, in vacation,
bearine date Nov. U, 1851.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to
jiake payment iinmeuiaitiy, ana an persons Having
claims against said estate, are requested to present
thi m, properly authenticated, within one year from the
date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any
bpnefit of said estate, and if not presented witliiu tbree
years tney will be torever Darreu.
nov27 CHARLES SCANLAND, AdmV.
"VyOTlCE is hereby piven to all persons interested in
he estate of Thomas Smarr. dee'd, that letters
of adiiuuistration have been granted to the unaersigu
eil bv the clerk of the Kails County Court, in Vacation
diioct (Votn the .Custom House; the reiil 'Simon pure,' ! bearing dale Nov. S2, 1851.
aim no nuinuu: nov2i-'ai All persons maeuiea ,o saiu estate ai reqnesi-
ed to make payment immediately, all persons having
By JOHN I. ELLEl1,
. . o , ...
rpHE fonrietor wilf spate rib TiaUrt to maka the
X ..Brady House aptpasaiU and couiforfabjeiloine for,1
tna weary traveler. uBagage taKeu to or notu tne
boa Or stage tV ut
XOVEHBBB 13, .18)1'. $
rpHK anbscViber would respectfully arinounco to the
X eitfv.-tns of H mini Hal and the traveling publio, tlrat
be has taken the well known tliady' iliiusn, which has
been tbocoughly cleansed and repaired and eutireiy lur
nistwed throughout, with iievv and good articjes of every
description ol lurmwin, be.d.i, betliling and uedsieaos,
carpets and oil cloths, crockery aud glass ware, kitch
en and parlor. All, 1 y, is tie w and clean, and ready
for inspection of the curious, or for trial by the weary
traveler. No pains wiU be- 8 paled to make lhe Biady
Ilouee a house of comfort a aoiet home Hie travel
er's rest. And as uiKprices shall not exceed any otlier
respectable house in tne Mate, I wall eoulisemiy nope
to receive a fair share of public naUouage.
. JOHN I. ELLIOT.
N. B. Cash at ail times will be paid for aU good ar
ticles needed by the house. Day botndjfl. Meals 25
els. Week beard, without lodging, $4 M. J. I. E.
nov!3 3a ' '
- I.EE, GAGE &, CO., Manufacturers of
every description, of Casf and German -Ktel aws al
so1 iiilr; ffctforrni'aird Floor Scales'. Ware Room
88 Maih trei.-t, ' . oc9y
St; Louis, Mo.
S. F. SUMxMEIlS, (Lite of PhiiadaL
J hia) Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufacturer, Ko
9, Chesnut st.,
St. Louia, Mo.,
where may be found every variety of TmnV j-j
Ui at very 10 w prices, tor cash. oc9v '
AIL persons indebted to the estate ot E. Dunning,
eiiiier on note or bouk account, are refpectfuPy
called upon to settle lhe same if they, would save cost
and trouble. GEO. BACON, Adm'r,
novl3-4w - .of E. Diruiing, deu'd.
CLAKIv, UENFllEW & CO.,. Eagle
Foundry, forner of . Main and Biddle troets,)
St. Loqis, M.O.
-Mainifacfurers o S earn Engines and Will Aachi-
hiiry Page's 'Portable Saw Ahlls,' Steam Boiler a id
Sheet iron worn 01 ail Kiucs.
FISHEIl & BENNETT, Booksellers,
Stationers, and taper Dealers, 98 Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
--Always on hand, a large assortment of Printing Pa
per, biks, ice. oc9y
. LRWIS M. LEVY, Wholesale and Re
tail Clothing Emporium, 101 Min street, N. V. cor
ner Locust, , oc9y .
St. Louis, Mo.
ROBINSON, WALLEIl fe COLES,
Dealers in Hides, Leather, &c, &c, 83 2d street be
tween Locust and Olive, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
rm Bo res
VT Garth's old established Tobacco and cigar De
pot, west side main, betweavn hill and biid streets.
Virginia 6; Missouri
. -- - l .1 1 , c 1 swiniio.
an acre of the veriest trash in the siiape 01 joobox's Garth's No. it
rocks and bushes tube seen any wliero in 1 200 j
the Granite State, this was the extent of ; i ,ia.eclrI
his 'nice little place--verv nice undouti.ea- AllJ a)1 most ncpniaru
y, to hold the world together, inn ui uu
conceivable utility for any other purpore.
Without alighting from his carriage, the
'Lord fo tho Manor', called the old lady,
whom he found in posession as tenant, to
the door, and alter sundry queries as v
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Imporiid and Dumtsiit
25.000 Havana Regalias;
20,000 JusioSanz Principos;
30,000 Half Spanish;
IO.OiK. Havana Sixes;
50,000 Cuba six's & uialay s;
Geiinau and Fancy Pipe s,
Kreucb and Congress Suutf,
Which are offered very low lor cadi, dr. to punctual
men only on the usual lime. novJT-'51
- D.J. UARTH.
R. W. 0L1PHANT, M. D.,
claims against said estate are requested to present them,
properly autheuticaled, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded from any ben
efit oi said estato, aud if not presented . within three
years, they w ill be forever barred.
nov27-3t ELIZA E. SMARR, Adm'x,
Viigiuia Brands direct
from the manufactories.
w . .1
whether she paid her rent regularly and I IlllVCini X) RITIlfiEOX.
d not be lurne'i 011 " -
if not. whether she shoul
the place, 5-c.,anJ the old dame protesting
that she was poor and unable to pay, that
she had heard that the owner was a-veiy
clever oul,' and didn't believe he would
be so cruel as to turn her out of house and
liome, &c, &c, Daniel pulled a sum of mon
ey from his pocket, and assuring his tenant
thahe.knetaj the owner very well, told hei
to occupy the premises as long as he "-0"lJ
al'brd for tho money he Kave her, and be
ure to take good care of them! Wheth
er Mr. W. has ever visited his 'nice lit lie
nluce' since, we know not.but it still remains
in his possession, ar.d i known in tho region
around ndoul as 'Dtinicl ll'ebstei ' Fann,'"
"'A Habu D10 t the GoniAMiTKS. The
Boston ralhfuukr throws a heavy brick at lhe
New Yorkers' see if he doiit:
..Ti,., Viirkers rc In a bad way. llu'V
erout costly churches, whiidi poor people oxn
not afford to outer, and thus obstruct the way to
heaven by their love of show, and now wo learn
clhat they M removing the iwiriwn v
Giite,' ut the public expens.-! This latter pus
nirowBi spoken of several hundred years uKo.
at being 'wide,' but it seems to have bee foi"'
' iusunieient to aocominodate the iucscusing travel
.l'o. 10, M. t lutrlcs St.,
ST. LOl'l 6, M O .,
Pitiiicular attention paid to diseases of the
SMITH & -DICK'S '
NEW FAMILY GROCERY,
On Market Street.
rPHEY lake Ibis metliod of informing the jTr7h
I Miii.,,. .,r ii,..i.i .j ,m..,,,; 1 1.1.1 'IrAr
" '- j AfcJtrw
1 hey have opened a New Family Grocery u
Market street, immediately tior'.n ol tne JUarKet Douse,
where tliey intend IteepiuK all kinds of
suited to the 1 etail trade. We intend keeping on hand
. ill Kwis of Mn rkding, '
and will be pleased to see our friends at sny f ine when
ihey tvant any thing in our line. We tiave, aud skill
continue to keep
l'lc sit ffleata,
on baud duuni tftj winter season
best i'iivluiiiiy 01 puicuatiuK
Fowli, Vegetables, cT. ,
it wa ill be to every man's interest to call and examine ,
bill jopuicUasiiig elsewliere, as we will have every
thiug illiat can be obtained at the 3lurkel house, al
hunt wing the day. nov27ll SMITH & DICK.
. "'' ' '
mMl., eihE.iihr u nu lit rt-snectfullv inforiP the citi
1 'HI IS Ol Hannibal and the community generally,
j that he has recently puichased ot i. M. uooui, nis eu
tire stock ol .1
- Saddlery, Mines, nvots, M ,
.r.,1 li.a pninmrnped hnsiliesl UDOD tll9 OWD responsi
bility. He has removed trom the oiu stana a iew ul.
above, to the house formerly occupied by Waugh.asa
Tinner's sbop, where he will be happy at all Ues to
see his old Ineurts ana customers, auu muuRti.
Se euually welcome, aud get equally as goou oarKiu..
lie lias on naim a goou assonmriu u
tide in bis line, consisting of
leather, Shoes, Boots, both Eastern and
Shop Work, SaddUs, Bridles and 1
Harness of eviry description, Whip
of every kind, ' Trunks, Carpet
- nr Otvr Shoes. Saddlt
Trees, buckles, bridle bits, stirrup irons; webbinRj
selling; paxlding and almost every article that a naddler
mav want to puictiase, all which he will sell as low
for cash as they can be bought in Hannibal.
ll ...,.U InHliar ail.t tliat he lluS emploved A. J
n a T.l . A 3. m foreman of the shoe shop: than wlioia
.1 : . k.nu unrlrm.n in Northern Missouri
1 .i,d w hen he raomsis work, it is always made to tfr
jday. nov2Utf JONATHAN UOKt
JVIttc Brick Livery .
MAIS STREET, . Kftkfi4a5a
II A !t N I II A l, M O ,
Sign of the Black Horse and Buggy!
Webb & Kunkel, Fropiletort.
Tllli siibsciibei s have fmUlied the fiont part of their
teiv stable, and when the additions are com
pleted, they svill be able to accommodate 150 bead of
norses. inissiaoie uem ui uiuucii.i -
liable to t iBK. Our stalls being very wide, give room
for rest to the horses. They are well supplied with
excellent and comfortable
Carriages, Hacks and Buggies,
Saddl and Harness
CITIZENS' Wholesale and lletail Fur
niture, t'lock and Upholstery warehouse, cor. Second
and Vine streets, ocy
St. Louis. Mo.
T. K. Wightmak, Ag't
J. A. ROSS, Brass Foundry and Ma
chine Shop and Spur Factory, 302 N. second street,
St. Louis, Mo., "
Constantly on hand and manufactured order, Beam
Scales of Iron or Brass, and Platform ( of all .sixes)
Counter, Druggists, Flour, Floor, Hay and Car Scales;
also Spurs, Brass uastni's, r.ngine Laines anu .viacni
instrs Tools of every variety" ocy
COOK & CO., 41 Market Street, North
side, near Main,
St." Louis, Mo.
Dealers in Watches, Jewelry, Watch materials, Clocks,
Cutlery, and lancy goasu tu general.
II E. D1M1CK & CO., No. 42, North
Mam' street, St. Louis, Mo.. '
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers iu Gunjnd
sporting apparatus of sal kinds. Itifles from the most 1
celebrated factories in I lie U. S. as well as our c,yM-t--'
make. GrmmakeiV materials and all articles c
ed with the trade, wholesale and retail. Alsi
sale dealers id Etna Safety Fuse Ride and ; '
rowaer. . ts
SCAKIUTT &. MASON'S Nev mUT
moth Funiiture Halls, No. 60, Washington Avenue.?-
tweeu Secoud and Third streets.
. St. Louis, Mo.,
Manuracturers and dealers in Furniture. Untlr,
Bedding, Transparent Sliades, Veaetian Blinds, Ixx '
ing Glasses, Clocks, Willow Wagons, Shower B0.'
ice coxes, nocking Horses, Velocipedes, Yp. '
Mahogany Boards, Cuiled Hair, Hair Clot" . j .. ..
"sTsTlLLWELL, (successor to h Unite4
ley), Manufacturer o Spirii Gas, Chemical tl night M
hoi and Pure Spirits, iiign of the Golden Bka .vil
No 53 Olive, between 2d and 3d streets, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
BE AUD & BIiO.S. Patent Premiur v
Pump Manufactory, No. 66 Locust street, 5
ot. Louis, Mo.
Constantly on hand. Force and Lift, Beer, Lard Oil, . v
Miningjliid Air Pumps. Pump for deep wells war- ' f
ranted. Pumps of every description made to order. .
Lightning Conductors en a new and improved plan.d
Gum Klastie Hose for sale. c'Jtb gta
A. REINuOLD, Manufacturer and deaa.
er in Masonic, Odd Fellows. Sons of Temperance, ar-.- Ji
all other kinds of Regalia, Caps, Robes, Costume, ft.7 "
Also EoihWiM, Jewels, goW and silver Lace, Star',
Fringes, 4c, at 43 Chesnut street between second and tit.
lira streets, cy
St. Louis, Mo
FKANC1S, WALTON & CO., Whole
sale Druggists, and Importers of Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfaery, Suigical -Instruments, c
Dealeri in Paints, Oils, Dye-stutfs and Glassware, No.
IS Main strt, between Maiket aud Chesnut, ocSy
;J St. Louis, Mo. 0
FITZGIBBON-S DAG UERREOTYPIl
GALLERY, No I, Fourln aud Market strtets,
St. Louis, lo.
Operators will find bera the largest and best auartmenr
My 1 ot Cameres, pa;es Gases, Chemicals, and all other ar
Z. tides used in the business. Patent Rights of Crayon
Uaguerreotypes for Illinois and Missouri, for salaal
this gallery. ocOy
As we have the
ONE DOLLAR fell
Brflard't Vaguentan Rooms,
iia weeks lonrer. Cor
reel likenesses takencolored to suit customers, and in
serted iu lockets, bracelets, nugs ana pins. ..
vited to call and improve the opportunity.
N. B Club of lea takeu al ocijil
OWE D0LLJR EAClll
Which will be furnished on the shortest notice, and at
the lowest possible prices. The public are assured that
al no stable in Northern Missouri, can they be better
accommodated with every character ol conveyance nec-
ssary for travel or pleasure. r
Horses leu Df tne aay, weea, mouui or
A good Buggy Horse kept expressly for hunters.
All we ask i a call Irora the citizens or traveling
r,,!),Uc- ....... . - V. ..la. ml ttlnrlr
ts. r. jear to mis siauie i "." "
smith shop. r u ' . ' "
Centlemeu stonnini at anv of the hotels will please
ordertheirhor.es to our stable, where every atteiiliou
will be given them.
Gentlemen having good uoises 10 sen, win u . -v
give us a can, as uiey win nnu n giei'y i
dge, as in case we uou-i ouy w m e
Look out for the sigu of the .
1 Black Horse and Bucfrv!
: o A. B. AVF.BB.
N. P. KUNKEL.
J. II. LFGIITNEK, 1SS. N. Main street,
Dealer iu Stoves, Orates, Ploughs, Hollow Ware, and
Ohio Hot Blast Pig Iron. oety
FALL STYLE II ATS 1,651 Tho test
quality manufactured, at $! Also Caps, Soft Hats,
aim turs, iorcasu ai lasu prices. , ,au ai tonuuuu
Hall, 279 Bioadway, o ocf;
J St. Louis, Mo.
G7ST. C.'TODD, 217 North Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Importers and manufacturers of Mill Materials, Screen
W.re Si. indies. Iron Proof Stuff. Cemented aud rivet
ed Leather and Rubber Belting, (majhine stretched)
warruuted to be straight and give satisfaction. Bolt
ing Ulouia manuiaciurea eipresny ior ciuuniin,
which are beaver and better Inaa auy other and
Told's Portable Grain Mills. ocily
I50FFETT, STILL WELL & CO,
JVo. 11, Locust ti Ul'P Slain,)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ri IKABIE K SOX5,
Commission ami i'roducc
No. 36, Commercial, and 18, Front, Street
IT. LOUIS,. JM0.
7E hava ou hand another aupply of this excellent
tide for the"pfev",,lon ol
Ania and Fever.
rtii. cordial has beeu used bv a miwberof ourcililus
1. .Minn. nHltlVKDOWeil.il WlUbi
recommended lo debilitated persona it restore the
tone of the digeative organs and invigorates the system
'ToTlf ' ' ' J. A.. INSLKE h. CO.
TI7RT iv.inul. of auoeriot Sardines, and fo
J sale by ov!3 J. A. t.HaLliE fc CO.
HENltY MlLLi:il. Wholesale and Ke
ail Dealer iu and Importer of Hardware, Cutlery, aud
Mechanics' Tools, 17 Mam street.
St. LoUli, JllO.
A One Hone Wagon, apply to 0
novlS 4t CURT 3 fc LOCKWOOD.
UWIVS DAGUEliUEOTYrB SA
LOONS, M Fourth street, opposite Planters House,
St. l.otns, mo.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. Louis are Invited to
call and have their likenesses takeu la a style equal
to that of auy in the worm. ocsy
O, o. im.Av nn'n) niti u7 ,
SLEEPER & BACON Great Westerrt
Wire Factory, Ml, Market street, between aeeoad and
St. Loui9, Mo.
Always ready to Gil ordeis for S.d.'ei, Riddles, Trapa
Kitehea Safes, Bird Cages and Keating Wire. Fan
niim's Mill Wire Cloth and screenery of all kiuda.
Kciss, Coprwraud Iroa W ire Liota 01 aii pusnoers, al
ways on baud. ouby
KIUVAKI) . EGG EllS. Importer ami
Dealer in Grocei les, Liquors, Wi"s aud Cigars, and
CMnmiti(,u auJ Forwaidiog Mervbaut, No. 13 Mam
rt. miuis, wo.
W. M. KIIOWN, Soap, Oi and Condi
Steam Works, No. 240 North Maiu street, '
St. Louis, Mo.
W'aolrsale manufacturer and dealer m Soaps of e'.ry
description and variety. Also Adamantine, Star and
Mould Candlta. The Trade supidiei at wholesale wuB
Sxia Asb, Falia Od a.id Hasib Tallow Ld and bta
1K)UYN'S & CO.nS DagueriotypC.al
es, No. 48a Main st. Louisville, Kyt No. 1 Fowlki
Row, Memphis, leim.j No. ti fc SS Camp L New Or.
ilt-n!t mv v. . , T
St. Iouis, Moi
U. T. TEllUY A: CO., (successors to la:-
ness Tucker,) Importer and Wholesale Dealers Me.
EngliU and Auiericaa Hardware and Cutlery, bd aia
St. Lu'w, M'x
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