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Qoiaey and HaUio. da. It it remarked by almost every traveler that viit ourtity, o the exceeding beau ty of It iltuation, its great natural advan tages and the commanding position it occu pies, for the terminus o? a Railroad con necting with the East. It is a matter of surprise to all too, knowing the agricultu lal wealth of o r county, that so little feel ing is manifested by our citizens on the subject of Railroad. All feel that unless new channel of commerce aie ooened to I our city, that ere long the time will arrive, ...i i. .! i - . .... .. wiioii ii wiu.nuve arrived at me Climax Hr)hcrease and prosperity, or so near it nat it win puzzle her citizen to tell wheth h is i Buvanang-io use an irisnism-;,,,,,,,. lack wards or forwards. We have ureed he Importance of these suiriestlons upon -.- mr citizens repeatedly, but so far with lit tle effect a lethargy asupineness rnsts upon our people diiiinult to account for. inles it Is upon the supposition, that tliev sjppose our city a finished u complete my ana aoes not staid in need ol any iue T,,ntcnii of P! ytin, increase and wold Ite placed beyond a doubt, and Mis. veallh, which other c.ttes, of not half th1,,., wouU ,ieil ake her .,aca by ,,e tatural advances are pressing into their i(e o- n,inOMf Indiann, Ohio and otW erv.ee and reaping rich reward for their State,;tl.at are p.cssing eagerlv fo.wa.d foresight and enterpr.se. in tl0 stlirc for tie ,ra(1 of u.igreat val- The matter cannot be longer disguised Icy. We bug leave to remind our tepre and it U time our citizens understood ihe'sentalives, in Congress, that the eyes ol the position of affairs, units we wake up and whole Slate are upon them in reference to sieze the opportunity presented, and go this subject. SC. Louis Intel, half way, at leut, to meet that spirit of en-l terprise wliirh seeks u connection with us1 Revival. .A protracted meeting has by Railroads the opportunity will soon be lost, enterprise and capital will, just so surely as that Railroads develop the resour ces of a country, go where it is more prop erly appreciated and fostered, and other cities reap the advantages wliich we have indifferently thrown awuv. To show that we arc not alone in this opinion, wo are per...;, ted to l...,k over aj icuer iro n wi. i. iiipplr, li.q , now emp.oeu oh engineer in tin La Salle and a v. iifci iiaiuuiiu, in ins miner ui nils cit. Mr. V. it will bd ruiiK'.nbjred, was V i, ...ill I.. I I the piincipui uug.lieer on our roaa tro:n till city to luu li .n.is-:tnd in the report , 1)e rcf.,e. or apol .gics in.i.lo, so care ol his labors, made a most convin ing ex- tl,v cosi(eled are nil its productions, position ol the advantages w.iioh would. The M. niocutic) tiwi." on the con- . .... ..... .,ulll, and must result to our city an I county, by the co.npleti.ig f tl.o Norilierii Cross Rail Road. Wj take the following extruct from ' hi letter: "The road which 1 have just surveyed is, in every way, an important one. Curs are now running from Aurora to Chicago, and the building of thetiity-two and a half mile from here (La Salle) to Aurora, will coin plete the clmin of Rail Road communication between the head of steam-boat navigation, and the great Lakes, and the whole South ern travel, and much of the trallic, now going by Canal will inevitably be diverted into this channel. The grant of Land mads by the last Congress, secures, beyond doubt, the completion of the Great Central Rail Road, which will connect here with the Aur ora Road. A survey has been made foi a road from here to Rock Island, a Board of Di rectors elected, a reliable subscription of three hundred thousand dollars, obtained in this State, and great encouragement had from the East; so that little doubt is en tertained but that road will be built next season. A survey is in progress for a road from St. Charles to Rock Island. In fact, the people throughout the country seem to be awake to the importance ol creuling channel of communication with the great mart of the world, and are vieing with each other for the first connection. In the mean time what is Quincy doing? As I learn notiii.no. Do her citizen think that her natural advantages are such that no effort on their nart is necessary to her im provement t No one know better, or i more ready to acknowledge her advan tage than I, but the day is past when cit ies, in litis Stale, can grow spontaneously, or without a proper degree of enterprise and energetic action on the part ol the Kiople. Quincy bus a powerful rival in annibal, mid should the road from that place to St. Joseph's be built as seems probable and a connection made bttwen Naples nnd llannibul, a may be done, "Farewell, a long farewell to all her great ness." Her people will then learn that in building Cities, a in accumulating wealth, fortune, must be sought after, aud won by enterprise and perseverance j and not by lilting supinely in expectation that the wheel will take a fortunate turn at last. The more I retlect upon the subject, the more fully convinced am I, that the build ing of a Ruil-Road from Utiincv to La Salle, ns recuminuiidcd i t my icpoit, iil Secure to your i-i.y u truili: mat win in .l.i; her one of the most impurUut points in the West und i wus inucli grutilied to find that John Tillson Eq , wiiu whom 1 had a loug talk upot the subject, in Chicago, iul ly coincided with me. And it can by done if those interested will only move in the matter. Money can be obtained at the east for any enterprise of the kind which will pay liberal dividends and that a roud through such a country at that would be good slock, no one can doubt particularly if the inhabitants show their own con- dS f .1.. C 1 .1.- I. 1 . nueuce iu ma iium ui ma worn, oy ma king liberal subscriptions. The people a long the line of that road are as able to sub scribe $500,000 towards it as I am to buy cigar and with such a subscription 1 would guarantee the building of a road. But. asl before said, they must put their shoulders to the wheel pibst, and that too quickly nnd promptly, or they will inevita bly be robbed by other more enterprising cities of the advantages of commerce to which they are entitled, and which can be so easily secured. I do not write thus be cause 1 hope or expect to derive any benefit rirsonallv, fiom the building of the Road, am, and probably shall be, employed here, or at any rate feel very confident that my services will bo needed on some of the ma ny roadi about to be built. But I do desire to see the work comnieticeJ. It is a son of bantling of my own, and I shall always feel an interest in it, whether connected with thu enterprise or not I look upon it and Hannibal . and St. Joseph railroud fail ' eu. I ) Missouri, this is one nl the most important subjects that will occupy the attention of Congress at the present ses sion. Wc hope this is to be a working ses- nnJ ,hat lnstead of W8!1ting time in 1 ..!. ,i:,; v.... """O"' ..w. ........... v. will legislate upon subjects of practical val ue. It is the duty of our representatives, to pres. this subject upon the attention of Congress nt an early day. Their constitu ents are looking anxiously to their action m ,(,, lnatt,.r. With liberal cruuts ol nn,i the .-,. comr)e,ion of xham ,., been jeceut y hcW in the ll.iptist L lunch i in this plucj during which 10 were added to the church by profession und letter. The meeting closed on lust Wednesday evening . Columbia SUilcsina n The following accounts of Ilia Wishing- ton (!iiv l'rp.44 I ilip I'rn.il tlia It illiinni'd nii - mor .v l.7.r,.r. ,.n,e xall0iuti l,t,dUg mccr," like venerable Justice, with W.l-ter's motto of "Liberty and Union" at its editorial dial, is L,,.i ,, b n,.n n. all I" "V -v,. , ...v t10 mal-c,)1itctits"Nortli and South. There ia llo r!1liriea, in iu coui.sels.no l.nunia.re i ne (.li iiiociutic) u.til... uj iiB.v CiM 1,,llke uni, 'wirin as u Southern mm ..I liliiviiiirlir .litit:iv lliA ...w ,.iM....r i.. ...... n.. n i,-.- a'ld sounds the alarm. "Okies'' are not "bright" now, but the "Heavens are hung in black." and all pntriots must rally come to the' rescue make sacrifices put down the spirit of faction crush the hydra-headed monster, so that it may, like "K.rrot wounded, writhe iu pain, And dit amid Ui worshipers." The 'Republic,' is essentially national Whig," nnd gives a firm an I able support to the 'first gentleman ol Atnerici,' as Ainin Uey termed the President. There is no sectionalism about this print. It goes for the entire country, and has contribute I not a little towards producing a healthy state of public opinion. . The 'National Km is a free soil paper, and tiie editor prefers to appeal to reason to awaken the South to the assumed evils of slavery. The name purports tha t be is 'national' in his views, and we do not re member ever seeing a suggestion of the editor that he was in favor of disunion. His views are not ultra enough for the Gar rison school, nnd in their looking-glass he appears a 'publican nnd a sinner,' while the iSoutli do not care to take his physic. We should say the Doctor is for the Union, whatever may be the opinion of individuals as to the tendeucy of ids proclaimed prin ciples. The "Southern Press" is all on ihe other nitle. Hverything against the north all its sympathies with the south. Agression is its daily cry, and hits ull the papers of this city right and left, and fig Us with chivalric spirit. It maintain', in ullitct, that ihe only way to preserve the Union, is for tiie south to present an unbroken front, in defence of her tights. The 'Huntress' takes no particular bide professedly ; but the writerof the editorials being a holy, there is little doulil tliat if she were younger, she would be for Union. The editors of tho 'National Intelligen cer,' the 'Union,' the 'Republic,' the 'Na tional lira,' and 'Southern Press,' are gen tlemen of real private worth, nnd general ly admitted talents. Their columns, how ever, form the best criterion of thoir euito- rial abilities. They are all for Union, but differ in many respects as to the best means of preserving It. Whan you sai- n permn sacrifi"e com" fi'ittownt Im i in'i m t in iM'ititv ynu may bj wo tlutiw i not uud to it. j Administrator's Notice. NOTIt'R la lirrrhv slv.n'nall pera. ns Inrm-stid ,"h,; lal i.l llcl.ra C Keilh.dweMe. tale i.l Balls f.miiljf, 'al tlin iiiidecaienrd ailinlulairal.u, naa ubliun.d lelUMa Jl '"''"' l,al..n fr..m merle "f III.- t tr ,"l" Halla '' lieamie dale U.C. uiImt Ud A. I li-5- All wranna hiivliit c.ainia aa a.d .ll aie r .'ed I" .r.m..iil iliein ft.r elhiwaiire. tvul.ln m. 've nmiillia. or lliy may t pr.'riuill Irniii a n rued' uf aoul e.late, uml II nut (iiai llltn wnuin Wll1 lie fur er iMirifil. i . doc. M IHSO. JAMES HOItNBACK, adm'i. Final Settlement. a at ..Air... ..,.1 nthera. inleieted in (lie estate ol A Ham. an "I apley, deceased, ait hereby nolilicd, that we intend to make final mltlcintjiit of our admiuislialion -r..ij ..i.i.. ! Ihe next February term ot the Halla county court, to be begun and helif St tha Court Hou, ...... .r n.o. Ij.mion.iu the said coiuiivol Hall and atalt of Missouri, on Iht first Monday in Kebriiary 7is. GIl.BI'.Hrj. fntlri.ii H5l dec 19 WM. P.TAFMiV.iiiiiJ'rt Kanntora Notice. ATOTICF. ia hereby Riven, that bv,.b"!! IV 'l.I. .. .i.. ....;i.raii,ed.eicecutoi oftht last wUI ' ' r . u" ITi ekn. fa fret man of col ana wsw . --- ----- m . v ... ,-,, orlbv Ihe tier ol inccoumy VA.. A .t. Ant-iut 8th 1K60. All persont indebted U ta id e"tate a trequealed lo makt payment immtdialtly a being one ol the most important links' e,'" na inserting., ih,eh eu,bi. hdk'fs, lPV- i,f,p: "'"" " '"" .inptrn.M iriih.i.M,.a.ni.iiM..; (i.r. in the sreat rliain of Rail-Ways now in o-1 , '" "rhtt"' . ''"". '' ul ' wkiy win e.ium gr.c.i.t.ir.j i mite.ii.ne. f 1 '"' '" i"" f r " l.TKSLS&kl in me prom ..iiuiu ui 11.111 ni)inuw pio common aprons, bleached blown and black Holland mf tcle and will occasionally mvt debates of lurh ' "SSlSS4Jl":f"''i: threes,,.,, pack.,,. ted errtt.d We relief, ih.i ha .tthaMd twelve jecte I. ' liincesgimpt and trimming bullous, eoid. and ta-aels I iportaiice at command universal inter.'. ,i" i .,?,",., "IT '. I""''."d m.h ,,, .ih.,,j 1,1. ,, convinced thai ehhoaih ma antdi. t.airAT;. 'T0'''''' fher,ice oft... W.ek.,Ulob.i. winced .none dot- SVV MndS) for OUT Railroad. r'b,b1on! "litdollo.i ntli(hlk and white,) nfai.l'i '.with view to obtain a mora general circuit- m""i'mty'rr,'''lt'' '.. J.hn rt.iey Bernard. .. M far tone with what Our sister 8lat0 of Illinois, at the ate f'J t'immliilkeletc.in,r..tiiilkaiidpiciiittlovea ,on- ZlM,rftof i.?JJi wm h u imtt session of Congress, se,u?ed a magnificent WZi V'"?' """T1- , ?r'" w" 5 grant of lands for' her central railroad. a'ttK whiUi almilnr apnula In thn I'n.Mlii' rnilr.n.l MLC-II bilow cut, to cloi out oil- rpimiani m ain. li. each a week iliitin Ilia hral four u erica nl a .r ' L'V'."':'L" " ' Wrlai. aiul l.iii,a.iunniu.. I... 41 ,., u.4 aiu ...... twit an d a peisont oaving risian .gain.. -- -- -- : quired ti present Ibem, propc.ly authenticated, within tg- within thee. A h$XfttvUuM ,1,te Wbelmes. WESTERN. UNION - HANNIBAL. MO., DECEMBER 12. TO tub i.tntTfli fphe Inb.criber still hM 1 niiely of fin anfl fine tr JL ticlei, tiKh as jaconet and iwin mtit.ins, fancy dot liti.tinead cotton and n(k t .iv uumuii uo victoria lawn, linen do tarlton mus- HANNIBAL MARKS?. WIIOLKSALK I'RICES. Hanniial, December 6, I860. Haae . 4.0 - I -4a ram Sal tenia I J a J l-a 19 a IS realm H. aaiMue la aiaikil. f iim'LD.'a . , Pint . , Eana In nVmnml. Bi tt.J-Iii oYmand Waa.T 0ra- -In demand, CoRa FLnra--tlly, 0m In demand Waif, ffraa' none. I. art . PL.x.aeD 1'RAa-. Mui.fttaka- Spun coitun r I n.a- Ciirrie- . HlDkR- S.i.T- O. A. It I S a IS rent.' (13 a rents 3V tenia 9i cen, 4:i; 1 1 to !00 ten;.. S a S J-4 reitr.3 I W rrnl 0 10 IMI .ems 30 a 4U rente .11 centa. S I 4 ion tenia 3 l-S a 14 crai 7 a Scmiis l.H t VMi 40tla l.lvrrKiol Blown kaimwha ma f Wc. . m . . m.iuuli'd n'e 1 .nnlati aole tic in Vic. ir-- llrwi, ?ir.i.iiin I iil.il... . 1,1,1, ;M .,.,,. tfmv STORE. the ann,iT ii ;. ruu. v H n't f attaint 'yy- iind.miKiicd haviiic. entered into a copaitner M. shin for Ihe purpose of carrying on a geneial met cnntilebuaineis in the city of lUumTml, would respect ft.lly call the atlent ion of ihe aniens ol Ihe surround ma touulry o their extensive and well selected stock winch auiouiilslu at h'ast $25,003, SI0,tKX) of which wewn ild 'ike to sell during the nf"t DO U.tVst. J"0!4 KIIODKS & SMITH. 51 If M I'1" ,,ool, "'"l Wioea. clirnis. at iWWW novl ly ItllODKS . nMITII. 1r ( ( ( )ards Calicoes from 4cts,to 121 W cents pel yard, at nnvMy RHODE i SMITH. lb. Cotton Yarn, nnvMv ItHOUES k SMI f II 81 t it i a"'" Uiownand Bleached iJOinc.lirs Wl' from ft to I tic's per yard, at noNy RHODES SMITH. MUFFS, Shawls, tloods, Comforts, Hosina;. lie., at nov!4y RHODES fc SMITH. 1.01)0 lbs Teas, 5,000 lbs Nails, H,(KMI lbs ('of Ice. 1,000 lbs Virginia laf Tobacco bought before Ihe advance, at fovl l t . 1 1 w i j j ami i II 2 1fft feet of Lumber at reduced prices, at ,UUU novHy KHODI'S J SMITH. NOTICE. a 'HE coparlnerahin heretofor exi'tine between the iinderaipned. under the title of ttncklilfe i Morton ik this day oiaaolveil, by mutual couaenl. All peisons having claims ,i''aint said fii'n will present them to either of us, or 1 1 VI r A. Kuqna, our aent, for settle ment, and all those indented to it will please coma lor. ward ahd pay up. JAS. KACKI.IFKK. tV Dr Morton will continue at the ctfice formerly occupied by Iht firm. tltcft 3t $7,000" WORTH 1)PO06dS lAT 008Ti A. HAIIPEKUIO, HAVING determined to close out his entire stock of Dry Goods. Boots Shues Hats Caps ate, which it now urge and complete, will sell theui otf at cost, for cash. y'liOKt in need now hae a chance rarely niet with to supply themselves at wholesale ratct. More lloom o Xl ommerciai now. necoy Dissolution of Copartnership. BY mutual consent tilt old fiim o. Kerclieval & Green has ditsdtcd partnership. M. P. Grean U aiitliopized to close up the business ol Ihe Orin. Those indebted to said firm will do weI In call and settle, ns otherwise he will Be oDllgcil to put ihe amiiiiiu out for collection. m. r. iiut.i'.i. .11. f. fSttEE.Y, CODISIBROIAL ROW, OVI'.X WNi HiWKINH' STORK. decft , NEW ESTABLISHMENT. rpHF. unileisined,cf Ihe late liim of Miller oV llow X er h"gs leave to return tlianka to the friends and patrons of Ihe late firm for their liberal patronage du ring a term of years, and takes this inethiid of inform ing theui Unit he it eatcblished at the old stand .to. 3, LEvr.r., ,.! la nrenjred to accouiinodale all those who may fa vor him with their cuitoin He has on hand a gener al assortment of Groceries and will be constantly in re ceipt of Ire.ih supplies, novl . r-aris ttercurv copy. a i.i.o. o, ...a.aaan. 50 NEGROES II. I .VTE M IU It ' snhacriber w ill at all liinea pay Ihe uitfui'SI price hi L'lfttl lor like v ) It'll', v lie may at ull limes be found in the city of H.innih il I JOhKPIl UL'DDIN'1. noviHtf THE GLOBE- A Congretsional, Agriculturtl 4r Literaty Newspaper. rpIIF. ut.deiigued tiibinila lo the public hi. piopo 1 tali' lor the Globe and it report for the next et sion of Congi et Cnngress has so liheraly patronised the nndertakiug that it will be ettabliihed as a standard woik woithy ol its offiVial imprimator, iinleti tht un der. igned fail in hit duty. 'I hit will not be the caae if earned effort can avail. The Globe it the only pa nel that will furnish full reports of the proceeding! and dehatet of tht two houses of eongrett and having received their sanction as inch, tht best reportert will bt engaged to write out the debate! ol each day, which will undergo tht rtvisiou of the members. Iht work after patting through tilt Daily Globe and receiving correction will ba presented at fir. it tied, in tht Con gressional Globe and Appendix. . Tht dtbattt will probably increase in iiitereit during the next estion. The one tubjeet which tngrosaed Ihe !at, will doubtless give way to others of grest variety, which In ttiit progretiivi country, tin conflict- of par ty and tht ambition for place a1 distinction, necessa rily product. Vatt interest! will stake upon the de cisions of the next eongrett and then is great talent in both, bouses which will be avoktd in their di.cus .inn 411 the honors af lha eanublic. dependent on tht accession to the Presidency, at wtll at all tht great and permanent Interests which go to the advancement oftht power oftht country, will givt impulse to the n.wl aAaatm, nf a Aniareas. The Daily Globe will be published daily during tit ttuioD of eongrett and wttkly tht remainder of the jaw. It Will tjonumi tun au ieuaw .,.v.v . vmw r.. J w. ll. UHLLni nu lavuTinrrrnumwr. pi vacn a acfa I Kl ward.. wll(- " ihiwiu. ttMi..d.ir..i1 ... ".now t,i.a. . n iu ,4,m n , y t in ceedingt of both houtelof congress and mlscelltne out erliclei on those general tubjeett la which it 1 de vet rd. No: hint; of a political aspect will iprear in the Glnhe test (lilt which mill be fotimid in the Congres. and two or three tiuuibcra of each a week aftm war.l.. until Hie end of Hie ieion. Complete indexes to the Congressional Olnb.' and Appendix will b tent to aubacnberi soon afier Con gii'ia adjonrni. The CoiiKreinnat Globe will embody as it has dona fr the last seventeen vtam, Congressional proceed lugs nd debates encliiMvely. I he Appendix will einrirace ihe revised apesrhes separately, ami Ihe Alestages of th Presidents ol th" United Stales and Hit repuita ul Uia heads of I lie Kxecn lite Departments vehicle for all i.let, etnnol mtinta'ri It hc&octer t . !. i . i . . . ! ,n li'oriat columns retted a party hue. TERNS Tor one copy of the D illy 'ilohe nail .' diirinR t' set- aion ol conirress, ami wteKiy ilunnf the receasl veer, S. UO For the Daily Glnbe for lest thai: a ye.tr, at the rate ol 84 cents a .lon'h. For one copy of the Weekly Globe for one year, 00 For one cony of the C'onares.ioual Globe ilurinir the session I Nl For one copy ul the Appendix dining Ihe sestitn I 60 For lour conies ot either or part of both during the ses ion 5 00 For lencopirs of either, or part of both during the session 10 00 I he prices of these papers a't so low, that apvauca pajmenta are indispensable to cjr.y thein on, and no order will be attended to unless the money accompi- n es it. Subsciiiinnt may be remitted by mail, at our risk In money at par in ill section ol country sriicrt tub scribets reside. JOHN C. RIVF.9. Waahington,Cii.v,t)ctner 16. TEMPI. E UE F.iSIIIO.X I THE MAMMOTH STAR CLOTHING tToiti: "Aiic.to or tiii; iiuunuw" Large Stock! Latest Style! LOW PRICES! Ureal Dttrtiunsl Viiprecedeuttrsi s ii i: c t: n I THK proprietors oftht Star Clothing Einiioriuiu, have teinoved their Stole to th. west tide of i.iain street, next door to Ihe "City Drug Store,' and respectfully mnonnce to the pub lic in genernl and every body in pellic ular thai they have now on hand the largest and .nost complete assortment of fashionable mitl Durable Clothing ev er IM'OIIKIII we l!t which they offer nt price! actually cheaper than the imagination ran conceive. This is no blarney believe it, Iriends, Ihoae who are skeptical on Ihe auliject can call and see lot Ihetuselves, and if we can't sell lliein clot!, it. g a b elle cheaper than the cheapest, Ihey can take our head for a l.m'-ball. We are naturally of a sympathetic temperatuei.t, and that is a sufficient rea son why we can sell clothing cheaper than any of our competitors. This fact is telf evident, aud abundantly proven oy every nay occurrences. His Temple of Fashion' may be justly styled 'O.ik Hall" oftht Westt on thn same principle I dapted for businesi ipnck sales. small profit t -g bargains and enceeiliniy low prices. Then let it be heralded to the world at large KjV Till cloihiera of - VYe-tetn Oak Hall" offer a splendivaVort- men! ol every kind ol Moihiiis;. II itl nnd t'ni, rT ma rrunktt, rut H'i uas. yflll If at' HXSTKUM COMTIII Sierp II liefai'r IUr I'eoutrU that the mammoth Star nothing Fmporium, alias the Western Oak Hall, located on main si reel, Hannibal, is acknowledged by gentlemen of Ihe most fastidious and infinite taste, to be the ne plus ultra clothing house of Northern Missouri, and persont by calling at the sign of lheSm''JaV. etn readily perceive that this it the truth, the whole liuth, and nothing but the truth. lyili member, we htve but one home in this city It ia Ihe three ttory brick store house, situated on the wett tide of main tlreet, at Hit sign of the HIU S'l.llil ttf Bear in mind our motto 'Bound to tell twenty per cent lower than uny other hoiisel Wc remain, fellow-citizens, with sincere regard, yours, noviXyy M AHEM HAL BLOCK. Flush Capi. JHen't and boya tilk aud cotton plush capt,allb fX colors and styles, by asjr4 .li'.LI.ON & HAWKINS. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! ATTF. have received within the last few davs, a large V addition to our ilock ol C lot lung (out astoiltneul is now, wc iliiul., complete, and will consul iu pint at lollows: Kxtra fine black twilled French cloth, frock and drtsa coats, medium quality frock and dress coate blaek, bre.wn and gre ack cloth eoatsj extra superior drab beaver over coal.) medium drab beaver over coals browu and black beaver coals; blue and drab blanket over coats , black, gray and tteel mixed satinet tack coatt hip coa:, a good assortment gentlemen's cloth c'oakt some at low as $ 10) a good assortment catiiinere pints (black, green, browu, plaid fee fee) satinet pantt from i up various colon. hmigup cord and hmverleen pantt black satin and silk vests, txtra aud medium qual ity plaid black cassitnrre plain drab ras-imere, black Italian cloth and black bombasine vestt fine linen bosom shirts, check and hickory do Ntlt shiiUatiddiaweri, canton flaiiuil tliiit. and drawers Mack Italian and changeable tilk cravttt silk and cotton haudkeichieft gum suspenders, n.en's glovet and comfort! fin a..., ii.ettiuin silk h.lts superior and medium plush caps cloth do fur do rough and ready wool lials fc bouts urn! shoes, umbrellas, carpet bags, and travel ingtrunks a good assort itieut boya' clothing luch as ove.cotta sack do, pants and vesta Wo con? idur our stock equal to any in the Rtate north of St. Louie. We are determined lo sell at ch-ep I il not cheaper) as any honae in the city, make and quali ty coi shler-d. We do a :3 .tS-al B busi ness, nave diii t rwf. i-sas v., . '""; . make tint our residence for lite, nothing shall he leli undone on our part to gu general sail. union uur tiieiuU and the public geneiully aie tespectlully invi ted to call aud examine our gooda beluie purchasing. ,,ur2ly McVKIlilt ataiaar.a. WOULD respectfully inform the c it urns of Hanni bal and vicinity that he hat returned and it read v to wait unonihon n ho may favor htm with a call In any bunch of his profession. Ur A. it nnw pre pared lo insert teetn upon goia plate in a manner tnai caiiuoi be im passed in Drttilly oi dUrttDIIII), even in hi Louis. To justify this asterttoti It will only pe necessary to refer to tht various sets be hat intert d btrt in tht city. Entire et innertrd on the at tnoupherie prennnrr prturiple. Ht it alto preparad to extract teeth with the lets! possible pain. All opeiitioiit win anted and latiifaa- lion guaranteed. nov7lf nice over the CHy Drug Wore ' BONNET RIBBONS. Cjy t atet ol tht latett fall ttylt just rtetivtd and 0 fortaltby X ELLON fc HAWHIN8 1850. DR. STORM'S CELEBRATED I Mr.III1LTOI W A lift -.noil A u..fd.l. .. m.m n nsi i snnw n IM SMrtli nfih u ..kHi.d lis ... ' . . - .. wiiu iviinu per moh; i nous lor VenU; or l per Dozen, i y- trA LIDEIIAL DIStornT W4IK TO COl'STIlY im.UCIIA5.TS.4a '." fruftlata and Cmintrr alerrSan.s erae-aMr. tnmnihnat the t'nli.a Ki.i.a ..i ,h. r.adaa DDlPi; i rv r n e slan. U.r'.a.-L'.V.'" '" ai "" "" A a.Hlae e isravlm ur H,a n i.i Coal of Arms, and the written ln.li,re of H.mlllon aS. tnmprlrt,,,, Is oa Ihe milalaV , aimer nl eact, wit ant parkate. I Ae w..io of Ur. Mor.n $ Scotch Coujh Candu iIitT.'rt svra .....l.r.nll. rVnas aast ler na. pouml f-y iuvthkj. no cniy alfayi Bronchial Irritation, but. opirntwg a w my mild pur.', if Awns Im b'i otltand tloinach in a htalthy condition, leaving the vatmt an ,ti t vhicfi few other lough Mxturts could impart. ....., Urtrare or IVtHtrrfr.lH'. Si, I ..nfrrtmner Is .Itnwed !. ..Ull,,. ankle. Mra.r. It R. mi, iliiul IIKg a l'..., liu'-saV n.oral.la lea Mala wnvt, hetl.ners laaenta o r.taiir1,,m ,, ,,.,., dr,tto thraa will aaata wltk prnninl siirnllnn for ..l-al. I, I ti,,le.a Hiiw,anit Harun h II, da. As ai Ha ImI .-. 1. I.. HaiTTinuHSM at Son, J. L. Matthkw, M. I'. Kui.nn. . ' o. r'.,liVra 1. MsHsw, I.. Dickiksoii , lr. I. iron fc K,k4 Rhelbmlle, K. I.. Ko. i i at Clmtuii. J. ostHsiat rimikloit, by I.indsi v.( oi l ma k. Co t Marion I ily.byj. H.t ormn. ' hpt. Iih. I840.-Iim. Parker & Wellman, 7H0L SALE k RETAIL DS.AI.tat IN tvitavat t'orner. Main Street, Hannibal, Mo. a r.. me siinscriners, wnutu respeciliilty inform tliecitizensol Hannibal and vi cirliythatwa have jtut received, and still vui, iTMirur iriei.r a ,iieniiiu SlUv K Ol UTOCeries. Ul lVy.?":h': a:! '"lnS'a V c,,f".P '"y.?"'" ..rJi 1 ,;.?; "P""'" '" ' :"'" very low lor ca.li. Out store la on Maui atieet.tu Ihe Cualonif In. i N. B. Ca.h paid for all kinds i ol Country Produce. rAKKMi At WKI.LMA. (mcATiiAnuAna IN NEW FttLE t il'i.YTEK GOO OS! COL LI NST BREED, HAVE just received direct from the I'atteru t'it irs their stock of New Fall and Winter Good.-, v.iiirh it one of the beat ever brought lo Hannibal, and they pledge themselves to sell as cheap as the cheap, est, il not a little cheaper. Their goods were bought by an old and expetii uced buyer, and Ihe stylet can't help but please the taste nl'themost fastidious. Their stock consists in part of the following articles, via: CHisttillll't va, plnin black, Doe skin and fancy, nt all prices. Nnlllllt-ll, grev mix'd, blue and black. He n Micky JeMun,tweeiU, fee. k'sHllliela, red, while, twilled and yellow. Blanket, Gcntinella end navy blue, Grey mix'd, onve, reu ana wnue riuci.lnavv, all puces, anil a fine assortment of Hed it lli.rst blankets. l.iueya, chamelun, red, blue and Galla plaids, high colora 4iilgllr)UI-, Manchester, F.arl.ton, French, Mourning and scennd mourning. l-iliiln. A beautiful assortment of American and F.nglith mournii.g and hall mourning prints, blue aud orange prints 3 4 and 4 4 French rcdcliiuU. 3 4 4 4 4 tickings, allhrands and qualities. 3-1 7-K Ii 4-4 hrnwn muslins, Imin common to line. 3 1 7-H or 4-4 bleached muslins. Hlrached and brown dril ings. Table linens, tnwelings, .Vc, ('oltnn Flannels. Winter Urea Uo.n1 a. Plain and figuicd Orleam und oilier lu.tres, of every frade; French and F.ng'i.h meritioes, tlnliet, Jenny ,ind,and Canton cloths, tdninand fiucy colored mous. dt latnet, a beautiful article tor ehildren't dre.tes. HIlUMla. The bay state hawl.a new article long and square blanket and roh boy, colored, plnin and embrnidered cashmerec, with other variutiet too nnmerout lo pari if. ulanxe. Ml . Plain black Italian, changeable and figured, and Tur key talins, a line assortment. Itib bo II. Hot nlt, cap, bet', .alin and black tnffilas, nl-n a fine (t heauttliil assortment ol velvet rsjitmus, lor inniminga, Fringet. taiies, cambi ic. swill and linen edgings, inter. lings, l unch uoiked collars, caps, cotton lacua, edg ings and iiiFertiugs. While IJoocIh. Plaid cainbiics.iacouels, swiss muslins) book milt' lius, Victonu lawns, mull mull, i-c. Himdriea. Co-nforta, hoods, min, buck glovet and mitts, lion net silks, binicls, cotton and worsted hosiery .black llal iai and fancv ciavats. noiiev silk. Iiamlkeichivls zephyr worsted, shell tuck ami tide comb., purses, heau, cl.itpt, retiriilet.AC rT Men's, buy't, youth's & cliililien'n fiiiiimoiif: fjjl ami fine, ctnth, fur, teal At silk plush etpa.lotjat-. Common and fine tilk Angola rough tint retuy tuu cat si mere halt. ItaaAfa isss.l filfliaaie. f MenV, boy's li youth's kip and tliirkatM Jm brogaus) Meii't, boy's and youth't kip and thick boolt. line can " ,, long leg. water proof (( thick double soft tx tie article ii inelalic over-shoes. Luditi' fine patent leather tip gaitert extra article. u f"n i) ttttcb kid welt butkitii. kn. i i," .. tl metal ic overshoes, 11 goat and morocco bootees. Misses' calf and goat, morocco and grain booteet. (( kidlieel butKiui. Childrtn't moreceo and goat R. It shoes. colored rotnt. QneeiintrVHre nnil maattrvare, Of all kimla and a hue asttoriine.u. Grottcriuti. Sugar, coffee, tea, molasses, tail, rice,IL-E. indigo mai'der, copperas, kc. L"We would resieetfully solicit all those trading it Hannibal lo call aud look through our tloek before purchasing. Our store is on the east tidt of Main tlreet, between Hill and Hint streets. And the only store ,n town with LThToNI. columns, j-j aept. I, ViU COLLINS it HKKEl). Eall anil Winter 1ioodn. JUST teceived aspleudm ttuck of goods, and we will tell as cheap as any house can po.sibly tell in the CI tee. It is not our custom lo do tbit hi biasing, ut we will say to our Inenda and customer!, thai if ... - .. .:, J. ..... ... Ihuy will give ut a can, we win uu our uo.i iu pic. you all. lie sure and call at tht lign of the Wheat S Shear, cheap goodt art tohT.Tnd you will fin where find the art! cle. you want cheap. lepim MELLON tV HAWKINS SOMP. fine Delaint, Cashmeres. Lustres and Ging fiimi.el the new store of WM HAWKL5 8. riic 1VX ttore aud for I alt by 0 W CAI'LINGER. novaiy B HANDY a very tuperior article on hand and for toleby nov2ly O W CAPLINGEB. r se a largt ana wen eriecitu " ' mi X teat, t uc h at Gun Powder, Imperial, Young f, 1 Hyton and Black Teat in itore and for tile by U novjly O W SAPLINUfcK. GHOCRRIES & PRODUC e'SK X6"' . fl w rim iivnvn SCOTCH COUGH CANDY. WILKMOII', McUflN rnwiitf , llllnnrfl. A9pm 14th. Ift4t. tmpmm wtm m iff tut al nit nmt ,.v.abaiiAsw,v 1 .. - . . UJ IIISKF.Y, AO bills best Cincinnati brands just re ceived per t b Fleetwood and for aale by novKl G WCAt'LINGER. SALT-200 sacks G A Silt in store and fort ito by noVly G W CAPLINGT.R tf?;Mfr.f. nor ee. On Vine slteet. between Mi ill and Second, ft. Iritis, Mo. II K above IIOTF.L, rehtnlt, thoroiighlv renovateil A rtfiUed and f.nui.hed with entire new furniture Willi large and convenient addition., was opened by ... u.r.:u ... .u. ... . -t .......... ..... i :. .i..i,i,i i,.: .;,.i..i :., ik. .... f m(1,, tl(,eiye merctnt He portion of the city, B), r(,,y convenient lo the Levee. The house, with It new additions, contains large and airy looms, audi cient for the accommodation of two hundred guests, with a dining room of sufficient site to teat comfortably the above number. It it the determination of the proprietor to make it equal in every respect to any house in Ihe city, ami h ipes by the strictest attention to the best interest! of , hit guestt, to merit libetal share ol patronage. uovJS GF.UKGK WOOD. WI2ST ELY SEMINARY. 'PIUS Institution it located at WEST ELY, JUari A on county, Mo., twelve mua west of Hannibal, in a hiiihlv niornl and intelligent t ighhnrhood. It it on the borders rata beautiful prime, iand it connected with the Mississippi by stages which past In ni llnulilbll every oilier day within a mile of the Seminary. The Seminary ia designed lo give a thorough F.ng lish eihasa:ion to young gentlemen and ladies, to pre pare young men for college, and It, give special advan tages to those w h. design In hecmne teaeheit. It it under the care of Trustees, who will spare no naina lo make III ail vantages at ou plete at ma) Dt in tueir pow er. H.-SMOX8. Tlime uiil he three sessions vearlv. enrh fiom thir teen tofourteen weeks in length. The first will com mence on Ihe fust Monday tit hepteinber, and the Ihtrd will close on tile last rriilay iu June, annuel ween them there will be. after this year, two vacations of about one week each. AH pupils are earnestly requested to be pieseut at the commencement ul the sessions, and no out will be received for a lest period than half ession. TRItMH. Pnr Cnnintnn HngH-h bianr lim, $100 fr'ur A-il nilrat braiirhv. urli AwUtinnmy, I'litlotn piiy, I 'In mttryt mill Minlmiimilr, 00 for (lie I iWatif-al brmclH . W CXTIIA. Por the r-enrh, and Clerraaa Lananagrs, and for Linear. and Peiapaclivt llrawiug, ea.ll, - - -101) Per sVrllliit. M A small extra charge will alto be made for fuel and repaira. UOAItlt. t Hoard ran be obtained iu good families at from $1,25 to I .Ml per week, exclusive of washing. Washing al from i;t centa lo3H cents per doten. Including wash ing, wood, and light', board will ba at from $1,50 to 2,tKI. The next session ill commence on Monday, No vember IS, and coiit'tnie fourteen weckt to Friday Feb ruary il. The session following will rommeuce, al tera vacation of tlnee weeks, on Monday, Maich 14, aud continue 14 weckt to Friday; .lime 20. D. F.MKKSO.N, Principal. West F.ly. Nov. 4, ln:0 tf. RIGHT AHOUT FACE! A Nimble Sixpence to a Slow Shilling;!!! H OI'R MOTTO, rt'lie qitertinnia nfleu asked by our Country Cons I ina aud Town Frieudi, where liargamt cati be obtained. We anawer al Ihe sign of Ihe WIESt .11! Just received a large supply of all kinda of tiroceriet, wholesale and retail. Itemeniber "One dollar laved is two dollars earned." 'ii bags ol Kio Coffee; 100 bags of G A halt, S." btrrela of Cincinnati Whisky; 2. barrels of New Orleans Molasses) 25 banels of Syrup; r a..... 63 UU.S,'SU. 9US. 30 boxet of Candles; 10 boxes ot Star Caudles; iltl boxes of Starch; 10 bogheads of N 0 Augar; in time and for tale low by octal PAKIiF.lt k. WELLMAN, ErC ASH paid lor all Rinut oi produce, run SADDLES, HARNESS, Ull I DEE. LEATHER. , , SHOESf.! rpilE tubacriber would respecirully Inform theciti A ir.ens of Hannibal, and the people generally, that k. la .1111 nneratin lor J. M. Uoom at the tame old altnd, corner of Mam and Bud street, and that be hat land, corner of Mam and Bud street, ami uiai na naa sceully purchaat d the entire ttoek of Boott, Khoea, ic, of A 4 Pallia, formerly of Palmyra, and alt rorured the service! of Mr. Oillai in the inanuUctii. recently c ..... nl shoes and boots, who it known by all who have Hied him, to bt a first rale workman. Mr. Watren will still continue to assist in conducting Ihe shoe estab lishment, whose tuperior workmanship ia known by all who know anything about him. insomuch thtt be it proverbially known at "Boas Warren!" Those whose shoes and boot! are giving way, will do well In ll.i lliia eatahlishmeul and aunnlv themselves, winch thay can do any lira.', upon good terms, and atway get a good article, rladd.es, bridles, and barntat are ttill manufactured at the tune establishment, and can be bad at HI. Louis price!, aaaing on carnage, min er, alto, of the but kind lo be had here, at ui low a . . a . a. . - t -. it. . :a r.ak alll nm price atai enyotner nous in ,ne chjt. .." - given at all tirnei for H1DK8, "J'"t naid. - JONATHAN GORK. . 4 ic&o rn... I lanuioai, rsov. i o. is j pnrfEk-s tarn lot uf ironed and ae-4 JJMJjtj!,., rnr.r. x botes w . rkeese. Ihe lineal artli le ever Tsog KRNT anra It ia Maia l , a Dwal I lint maw e om stun r. Pur pantculara anHr ' 'tit aadrralteed A. ,S -... u. N.P Kl'hKKL Hum iu ASIII.B -'rai,!lal k Muuld CkdUa,kepi toaalaally ea taad al lot Cheap lien. O.W. tVAPTINOB. JsWV . ;