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HANNIBAL JOURNAL,. SEPTEMBER 23, 1852.
MA ' HANNIBAL- JOURNAL THURSDAT, i I I I 6F.PTEMBER 23, 1882. 'ess ' 20" See advertisement! of Confectionary and Fancy Good, for sate by Mr. Wn,' McDaniel, of this city J Drugt, file, by Z. F. Weljell & Co., of St. Louii and Hardware and Cutlery, by Win. T. Wood It Co., alto of St. Louii. C0MUESP01TOIHCK 07 THX JOUMTAt. . 4. Ritt of Sepulture Village Burying Ground Dakota Doctors Birch-bark CanotSt. Paul "'If. Smiling. ' Sepulture, I have informed you, wot a rite unknown among the Dukolai until the time of the missionaries. Trior to that the bodies of their dead were left upon shelves in ihe open air. From the village burying-ground, coffins tacked upon these shelves look down like spec tres, a continual warning to the inmates of the village. The shelves consist of simple upright and cross pieces. 1 intentionally avoid entering into a minute description, because the wigwam and cottage embrace every variety of building mulerial in use among this particular tribe, and you have had lull accounts of both. Friends and relatives, during the days of mourning, Continually resort to the place with food and waitings for the dead. There were a few graves, and blankets and pillows, half exhumed from the resting places of their former own ers. How far short will they full of their in tentions to afford comfort to the departed on their pilgrimage to the ptrt-land! We saw a number of short stick, dyed red and carefully tied together in bundles. These were proba bly charms to warn away evil spirits. The coffins appeared to be ornamented ac cording to the wealth or distinction of the individual. They were wrapped in different colored cloths, which were fastened to them with brass tacks. Of those which came under our observation, one of the coverings was com mon white cotton, another of cheap calico prints; but the one which attracted most attention, a fine red blanket, decorated with a variegated border. The border was worked with narrow ribbon, displaying much taste, as well as skill in needle-work. These, before many years, will be placed among the antiquities of a nation en tirely extinct; and when I am forced to ac knowledge this the work of our conquests on the North-west, it is with feelings of mortification sand feelings of deep regret. Under cover of justice we take advantage of power, and thou and of acre of their territory are secured for many ctnit' uiJA cftriv': Some would .quiet their consciences with the idea of a pur chase. Contemptible expedient, indeed! When ,the provision .of a liberal treaty are presented o Congress, they at once demur. Gentlemen JSenatoM wJlh a per .diem, can spend the greater part of a -cession in oanvass speeches, but when .called upon lor Indian appropriations, begin to talk of government eccnwmy, and are wonder fully solicitous of the .dear people's money! It is to be hoped the appropriations they do receive will benefit the Indians more than they have in jnanj instances heretofore, and that they will be greatly increased. The physicians, or medicine-men, as they all them, form a conspicuous class among their chief men, and the deluded natives rely with lire utmost confidence in these wholesale quacks. With ihem, frightful incantations, and the noise of the "Gourd-shell Rattle" are a panacea for very disease; but what accomplishes most in their system, that is, diet, is perhaps the redeem ing feature in the practice of a certain other class who are gaining, in these latter days, oon id.ruble favor with their little pills. The in fluence of these medicine-men is one of the chief obstacles in the way of those who labor for their improvement. "There are four ways" to obtain the services of a medicine-man. "sometimes attended with a good deal of foolish ceremony which, for the benefit of the cuiious. I will insert in iuti irom a correspondent of the "Dakota t'rienJ:'" .am a. t 1. A person goes from the lodge or ine mck tn.n onrrvinsr a little bell in his hand, and rat ilea it while he walk around the lodge where the doctor is, and then as he. return! the latter follows him. 2. A person carries a pipe to the lodge where iVa r1nr.tnr ia. which he enters; and after pre. aenting the pipe to him, he lays his hand on his head and wails. The doctor then follows him tn the Indira of til 6 sufletef . a. Th nersort sent strips himself for run- nina. retaining onlf his breech cloth; and car hH he enters the lodge, and wiluuut further ceramony, strikes the professional man with his foot, jingles his bell, and suddenly is-.,.-.n tmm the lotlce. runs with all his might for the sick man's lodge, with the doctor at his heels. If the Utter overtakes and kicks him lw.rnm ba reaches the lodtre. he does not proceed any farther, but returns home. Another per son is then dispatched for him; and it is not till ene is sent who is loo swift for him, that the doctor's services can be secured. A case of this linrt onmirred at Lac-aui Paule, a few years ago A it urna not till three or four persons had K..n a.r.t. that thev succeeded. Toonkon Wee chathtah, who has since been killed by lightning u.a i h annoessful messeneer. 4. The most oommon method of securing the services of a Dakota doctor, however, is to send him the pay in advance, just as newspaper pub lishers like to have subscribers do by them. Calling a doctor, is termed chandoohoopan ant, ahpee carrying the pipe. Much has been said ot Indian ingenuity in bead-work; but you would be little less sur nriaitrl on nrrnlint of this, whan V0U tee the niroli-bark canae. There are two at Ft. Snel ling, the workmanship of the Chippewas. One ct .hm appeared to have been the boat of chief, and was of sufficient capacity to seat thirty warriors, but so light and manageable that friend aud myself raised it without the slightest eserlion, U looked more liko a specimen foV a museum, titan the common war-boat for service the ribs slight and worked together with por cupine quills, and the curves ot each end em bcllished with colored designs. But with these it combines strength in a remarkable degree. What little information I gained of the Sioux in a visit to one of their villages, by request you haveiha benefit of, and if it has provn un acceptable either to yourself or renders, I have no apology whatever to offer. Thr.ee years ago there were but a few log houses on the present site of the flourishing little city of St. Paul. During that time it has increased to a population of three or four thousand, with an appearance of thriftiness about it rarely to bo met with in a place of the size. Hacks, carts and vehicles ? .1 .1 .1... i- . oi various u e nor ipu ons, reiniuu one mm j- roni street to St. Faul is what Broadway is to New York. But do not allow yourself to form ex travagant ideas of St. Paul from the allusion, nor do I mean a burlesque. The town, remember, is three wart old. It is the capital of the terri tory, and besides the court hoti5e, which is al most comnlcted. thev are enrarred in building a commodious state house. A daily line of coaches is running to St. Anthony, a small man ufacturing town at the Falls, and the large num ber of visitors during the past season has given employment to numerous extras, Both banks of the river are elevated, and the opposite shore from the town is high, rolling prairie, which will before long be very valuable. Since the treaty people seem determined to appropriate these lands, notwithstanding a military reserve, by attempting to establish a squatter claim. As Tar as the eye can reach little tenements tlot the prairie. Ileal estate immediately in the town is high. Tho country abounds in beauti ful lakes, which some visit for the scenery, others for sporting. But these are only one among the numerous objects which attract. We visited lakes Calhoun and Harriet, and for the first time met with the same speeies of lilly that blooms on the Nile. A few government troops were camped on the beach, engaged in fishing. Within ten miles are the Falls of St. Anthony and Minne-ha-ha falls, but these must form the subject of another letter." Fort Snelling, six mi'es above, occupies a commanding position on the point of a wedge like promontory formed by the junction of the St. Peters and Mississippi, and within range of both rivers. This is the meeting of the waters, which the Indians call Mendota. Passing through the Fort we found the works in good repair, and from, the circular steps of the flag staff on the round house, obtained a view of (lie surrounding country, which invites the eye with its picturesque groups in every direction reaching on the South to our commercial empo riums, and on the west to the head waters of the St. Peters, a navigable river one hundred and fifty miles through the hunting grounds of the Red Men on our borders. Our flag waved above us, and beneath its broad folds the de generate Sioux have often found a shelter from the incursions of their more warlike neighbors. Married, On Thnradar, ih lnt , hy D T. Morton, Mr. JACOB STO VER In Mia. CATHEKINEC. DtMOSS, all of tlili county. In llilr city, nn Ina ISth tnai., Cl.ARA M., dauglitrrof Hiram ana Kuay nr.. l r Ai.1.. PRICES CURRENT. HANNIBAL. COMECTED tvtkV WEDNESCAV tVFKIVO. FLOUK. $1 60,yt4 CO BACON Hon Hound, . on lfD 07 ''5 40. Siiles, Hams, Shoulders. CORN MRAL, - PI'LF.S Dried. PKACHES Drid, WHKAT. $2 50rd:t3 On 50'. 60 40 18'.0 20 CORN, .... UAT5. .... HAY.ewt., CLOVER SEKD, 37! $6 00 70 90 40i SO POTATOES, BEANS, ... 80'if2 50 ONION'S, 40i 08' 6 a) 20 '4 60 BUTTER, ... LAUD, .... I H ALLOW, ... OS BEESWAX, - 21 ,KA I HK K. - 30.0 2V.i$ CHICKENS,? dozen, -EGGS. " " - l 50 03 SALT Kanau In, 371 .0 G. A., sack I B., 91 Cj!i$1 70 2 00 $3 fWx$3 50 HF.MP. HIDES-Dry, Green, vn. 03 05 05) 30 4 35 40 i -45 Ooi'Sl (IB I MOLASSES PlanUtion, &. House. SUGAR Brown, - Crushed, UMV4 10; TOBACCO Good to fine mmirftiirlMg, $3 OO'u.6 00 " " snipping, 'MiVa s zo Seconds, ... I 25'i2 25 Lnei Irom 50 cents lo $1, is in quality. WOOF l&iSl as WHISKEY " BUck Hor in Blark UiKlsler." - in MERCHANTS, DRUGGISTS AND PHYSICIANS. Z. F. WETZELL & CO., Importer! of, aud dealers in, Forrlra and Iximmlc Drugs, Clieru- nait, I B'nia, .iip, vn.HKuv, ii, Ilo. 19, Main at., ST. IIUIo. TfTOULD rranfCtriillT Inviit a call from purchaser, before lay- fV ln ia thair auiiilea elMWhcre. Tuey liave at all Uinta larta auumnrtll ol tonda. adaplrd la thla ctlon of the cnun- irxandihar will tell ai a very amall advance on Baiter u I m- noilera' aticee tNTilif al all llltiet particular ailenlion lo tle quality al goor. packiiif, and roruitnM In ruling and l.irward- lug Oftiei. riKa t yrrcuu luiwarueu vvnen rrqueaien. Z. f. WBTZtLL k TO., 311, Main ti., Bl. Louis, aeptMt- POWERS' AND WEIGHTMAN'S CHEMICAL WORKS. We can uow supply the trade with all articles Iroip these workt, on at iooJ terms ai they can ba procured ill Philadelphia, in small Jots. 1 .... . . l nrL'T7iMf a. rr 1- F.riF.MAN'S NEW YORK COLOR WORK. - Our XJ , mnply ofl'iemau't Colored Pnlnli, nf all de.eripttona, ia al all lilacs vary laraa -cnaiprlftliuj all his colore, both dry anil la nil an m wuica wecauacum p.w " v'1Trm- . arpt. iJ-il. i- t. villiiuu at hi, BAXTER k HON'! PAINTS, are ate., ANn gCAWABT. s PA HIS GKKtN rull auiHillea of arliclea from anova nian rMiarrra kept iaaiaally on band, and lor ! yerr low by PITTSPURGH WINDOW GLAB8 ANrj CLASSWAnK All aeacrlplMNiS of glaaaware, and all ala ol wlodnw f laaa aoM at ruiaaurga prKaa, oy - . aeprva-ai. FORKION ANaaaPOMMTIC DVB artTr", I'AIMTN ulLr. Ae.-Sair, atork uf lha atmaa la alaraya iW aiuai cM..,.l.i. la lha V, awl qui rrkja , . . VARNtehCR. W. Ynrk, Boatnn. and Quern Clt enarh, fmnilare, leather, Irna, dark and white varnl.hes, al n an arahurara' pilcta, by (arpi.S-4i) X. . WETZtLI. tt tlu. A HAMS' BOlfON fAINT, AII AID A 1. 1. "tWStl kM.t.Hf aupnliea alwaya on band and for talc al niaa utatturia arll (art--) t T. Wh TZKLL CO. COLLIER WHtTE LEAt) AND OIL COMPA NY. White lead iu packages of from 25 to 1.000 It. ii,i da da do 35 to 3 Oot nt, l.itbarfa do do do 39 to 3,000 Pv. Catli Ij'iI, in barren, Keji, ana cant. Lintu Oil, do do . do. For sale al Factory prices by ' Z. F. WKTZELL at CO. sept l-4w. 3, Miiu itttet, tit. Louis. FAI L TRADE. WM. D. WOOD & CO.. 1853. Importers and Dealers In Hardware and Cntlenr, (lejn ot iheUnliteu ATll,l No. 21, corner Main and Chesnut its., St. Louis, OFFER lot tale, at trhnleaaie nr retail. In th, frl-nda and cmlnmera, a well eelieicd atnrk nf hardware, ruth-re, a-id arl (oodi, whlrh will ha anid my low lor eaah, or ennd pa par. Their atoU con.l.l. In pari, nf the follow hit tailuayi Hardware. Lnetat halehatel bnltrl liun.t .imiti vr..i ...t ,,. ,!,., braceal bl raw.) chain.l pmupM imve apadve, boa.; U.U locka) inillha'toel.J ariaa frrrw.j Sri -proof aalee, ate, fce. vutiery. Mol.tonhnlm',, llnrer'e and Phepheid'a rntort: pn and pnrket fcnlree. Iviirv hanilliril fable ruitirv in ai. .nrf .l...nai niai-d fnrkri .poon. and butler knireil atlinura and ihearrl pruning and nalilng knlvee, 4 c. variety Goods. Pinal ncrdfea) rator etrniai roinb.i brtuheat atateal pencil. I pHl monaiael Btarbteai tookiut alaaaeai inlrrnraf ilrel rlitt.l fan fa df eollara) anurt and lohiiern hnie.) lierlin lion cailnit l.ijf Ironai aewlnt kird. pin rualilniia) guni plnolri bow la knlre hunllui equipmenta, a-e , an. rj-i an awl a.iauiliia wc will atTI jnn harrMna. arptKMw. WM JJ. WtKlD CO. Final Settlement NOTICE la hrreby ivrn In all nrranna Intrrralrd In Ih aatata ol J.iIIM. M. ClU WrOHO, n...n.rl, lata nf cnunry nf Hnlla, thai tha lllKlrraiinril. art'nlnl.lralor will maka annllratlnn at lha NnVfmlNfr lrm of ihal ounly Conrl fr aalfl county, fnr a Anal aelttonianl f uia a'lmlnirirailnn nl aalri iaiate. WILKIMiUN I'KAWKulUl, Adm'r. coxrECTiosTuv AND FANCY GOODSI Mala, atrect, tlnnnllial, Bio. Win. McDaniel, RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public generally that he has nowon hand and will continue to receive a full supply of nearly every article appertaining to his line of business. My confectionary department con sists in all the finest varieties of Candy, Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Dates, Figs, Currants, Citron, Fig Paste, Jelly, Preserves and many other articles too tedious to mention, all of which will be sold at the lowest price. Sundries unortcd Pickles, Oysters, Sardines, Lobsters, Clams, Pepppr Sauce, Catsup, Spices, Star Candles, Tallow do, Fine Sugar, and a large lot of Fine ' ' Segars, &c, &c. Itljr Fancy Department consists in a great variety of English, French and German Fancy Goods, musical instruments, Toys, Perfumery, Fine Toilet nnd Shaving Soap, Shaving Cream, Colognes, Fine Pen Knives, Pocket do, Razors, Strops, Shaving Brushes, Hair do, Cloth da, Blacking do, Combs, Pine Tucking, Riding, Side and Pocket Combs fine ivory, Thimbles, Pins. Needles, Work Boxes, Toilet do. Flower Vases, Mantle Ornaments, Fishing Tackle of all kinds, Clocks, thirty-six hour, and eight day, very low, a large assort ment of low price Jewelry, and many other ar ticles that are usually kept in a fancy poods store, all of which are oilered very low at whole sale or retail; and last, but not least, 1 would call special attention to my very large and splendid assortment of Utiles aud Shot Gun, which is decidedly the largest and best selected stock that has ever been brought to this market, all of which he will sell at a small advance on cost, as he has found by experience that "Quick bales and oma( rrqfils are best. My stock of Shot Guns and Rifles embraces all the differ ent kinds and prices, and adapted to all kinds oi K"i"u. .j.iicc cur n'.ttr.'.ion ! vppn turned to this branch of our trade, we have been con vinced that the supply has never been equal to the demand, and that the locality of our city be ing in a game country and our citizens fond of hunting, at least I can speak for one, makes this a point for the establishment of a "Gun Em porium," on a large scale, in which may be found guns suitable for all kinds of game, in ev ery variety of size, style and price. Ikliveving such an assortment, sold at low rates, would command the patronage of the citizens of Han nibal, and those trading at this point, I have, for the last yeir, been shaping my plans to this effect, during which time 1 have made arrange ments with the largest importing houses in St. Louis to supply me with the most approved make of guns" at a very small advance on importation, thereby enabling me to sell them as low as they ;nn be had in any market. All persons in want of cuns will please call and examine my stock belore purchasing elsewhere, as 1 oin certain 1 can please them as to quality and priccj I have also all the necessary accompaniments, such as flasks, horns, shot bells, game hags, rod cutters, tube wrenches, screwdrivers, powder, shot, lead, &c. sept23-3m. Fresh Arrival of FALL GOODS. The first of the season just received by IIAWES &. AltMSTllONG. We are pleased to announce to our friends, customers, and the public generally, that we are just opening one of the largest and most beautiful slocks of goods, direct from the East ern CilUi ever brought to this market, to which we very respectfully call yotlr attention. Our stock, in a few days, will be complete, consisting of Dl'k English, German, and French cloths; lil'k and fancy cassimeres and satinets; worsted silk and satin vesting lil'k and cul'd; jeans and tweeds; blankets and blanket coats; red, yellow, green, blue, ami white Runnels; spotted do; table towel and bird's eye diapers; Russia, hiickaback, and Scotch dinpera; Extra bl'k and broi table linei.s and cloths; crashes and napkins. Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods; plain nnd fig'd bl'k alpucas; pldin, changeable and fig'd do; plain English and French merinos; fig'd do; beautiful patterns of all wool delaines) plain do; rich fi'd and plain brocade silks bl'k and fancy colors; plain, changcablo and fan cy lined silks; llritisli, French and American prints; brown and bl k muslins, all grades; no do sheeting; lleatiliful French piano and table covers; do double damask do. do do; plain and barred swiss muslins; plain and barred jaconets anil cambrics; white and nol U tarletons; white and col'd crapes and crape leisse; Oreen Uerage; bl'k lace veils: deirii do; fancy col'd do, bl'k while and col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents; Ladies silk gloves (kid t'niish); bl'k net mitts, every description; silk, woollen and cotton ho siery. A large and beautiful lot of bonnet, taflila, and satin Ribboris, together with a great variety of notions to which the attention of the LADIES is solicited. Ladies, Misses and Children's goat, calf end kip shoes. Tine last ing and kid gaiter ami li&lf-gait!i. Hoots, buskins and slippers. Men's and boy's boots and shoes of every nuulily. tilavs and liueensware, t,rot erica Ke., an oi which we are ofJering tlM'y low, and will try to make it to vour interest to trudo with us. Give . . - . . . us a call before purchasing, 'lis pleasure and not a task, to show goods. Your respect full V, itAWES & ARMSTRONG. .aa. a N. B. We wish to buy country ieanes, lin- sev, woolen socks, beeswax, feathers, bacon, lard, dry hides, rag carpeting, iiO. 11. ti A. apTJ l)-cp,"J TJBANOT CHERRIES, a prime article. fsle by X- July i- A. ;v ser f. m. 1,7, 11S2. Look oat for the Old lumber Yard WJVL.L seasoned I'ine Lumber anilalie Cut all btii'.l- t V Inc iitirnoaes. can all tim be hii at Ihn Old Hannibal lunber Yard, wliicli hat benn eslahlisliM ft rr. 1 he proprietor deeini It nnnece!irrjf to ptilfhia L-uinmr io mix u ten, or to say a if iifing about rx perienr In tlie business except to thoaa who never pur chased fiom him. He would remark that nn experience ol eight yean In the business gives the decided advan tage over any othef ho never had ttperirnct hit LiuiBr cat Bern ptircnaj eaaii anl aelecled with treat care, from the beat mills in (lis Pinery. Me chanics and others wishing, lo purchas. Lumber would find it to their advaiilngn to call snd examine the stock of Lumber and Shinplps at the Old Lumber Yard be. fore purchasing elsewhere. If you cannot gat it for a lest price, I will guarantee you can eel it as low and bolter article for the same money. Alto, Luuiber, Shin eles and wnidow tash. in?" Don't forget Ihe big Sign on the west aide of Third, between bird and Hill streets. Iak'K out for (lit Sign of THOS. S. MI,.KIf8 feblfilf , LUMBER Y A It D. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. WONDERFUL SUCCESS. AMONG Ihe many discoveries (hat have receitly been made in the medical science, nonerlnima the attention of Ihe publfc more than McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. The "Volcanic Oil," which it Ihe basis ol Ihiavalu. able Liniment, is a production from Natute's own Inn oratory, and when chemically combined, at in Mc Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, with other powerful, yet southing and healing teir.edial agents, produce. Ihe most perfect and elficaciout remedy that has ever been offered lo the olilictrd. It has been tested by thousands, and in not one in s'ance has it failed iu giving speedy and permanent lelief. It has cured Paralysis; Rheumatism, Weakness in the muscles, damps, Numbness, Slid" Joints, Sprains, hrnisea. Pains in the Back. Lnint and bides, Ague Cake. Borenejs or Female's Birasta, ScaMs. burnt, Spi. nnl Affoclioiis, Neuralgia, Sore throat. Swelling, and Iiillammatioiie, and various olher external diseases and pains. When applied, its soothing influence is almost Imme diately felt, relieving the most seveie paina. It will cleanse and purify the foulest ulcer, and it will remove any unnatural lumps, node or tumor no difference now long it may liave existed. It penetrates the flesh to Ilia teat of diseate, dissolving and removing the cause, thereby producing a pedv and permanent cure. Here is the l'roof. Ma. J. H. McI.kak, Proprietor of Mi-Lean's Vol canic Oil Liniment Sir: I do not know a betier way of expressing my gratitude frr the benefit I have re ceived from Ihe ute ol your Llniuienl, than by bavins it published. I have been grievously afflicted for eighteen years, with ulcerous sores on both my limbs. At the lime 1 commenced using your Liniment, from my knees down to my toes was literally covered with sores. I have tried many of tke most eminciH physicians in Europe and Ihe United 8lates they could heal up the soret, but in a few days they would break out worse than ever. I have tried many remedies I used six bottles of the Mexican Mustang Liniment, but it did me no good. My husband and fiiends advised ma to use Mcl.ean'1 Volcanic Oil Liniment j I told them nothing would relieve nn but my giave. But one of my neighbors, whose fingers were drawn crooked by rheumatism, used vour Liniment, and it relaxed tha muscles, and straightened his fingers in a short time. This induced mc to get one bottle. I ap plied it, and it removed the paint. Two bottlet more healed up the soret and cured me entirely. No pen can describe the joy I feel, now I can walk without being tortured to death by such piercing painsj or Ihe gratitude I fi-el towards the discoverer of sucb au invaluable Liniment. MRS. MARY MACKENHAUD, Residence in rear of Phenix Engine House. Messrs. Cemp and Fasold, druggists, 137 Carondi let avenue, will, at any time, certify to Ihe above state ments. The above miraculous cure shout 1 pruve lo every well governed mind that McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment is tar superior to any other Liniment, and uiuio riT.Cu.iiM.i this zr.J Cthor rewl.y 'bet h ever been discovered. In Tact it speaks to every man and woman, saying, "suffer no longer from local pains or diseases Mc LEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINI MENT WILL RELIEVE YOU." It will also cure horses that have Ihe scratches, fis tula, poll evil, sweency, wind galls, tore shoulders or saddle galls, bruises, strains, old sores, or any swell ing. Read the following From a l'ratiiing riiysirinn. Mr. J. II. Mclean Sir: 1 w ish to add my testimony lo the great virtue of McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. 1 have used your Liniment on sores, bruises, fee, and it always cured them sooner than any other remedy I ever saw. I am using it now in a case of erysipelas and the patirnt is doing well. I have used it on a horse that had the sweeney and it cured him in a short time; also my saddle horse got lame from a lump be low the hock joint he had also the scratches veiy I i i k. ; . t . unit, i ueu uie picxican jviuMang itiiiuieui aim sev eral preparations of mv own, bill could do him no good. 1 rubbed McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment on him twice, and it kilied the scratches and reduced the swelling. A few more application! cured him entirely. 1 1 advise every FARMER to keep a supply always on hand, for it is a VALUABLE LINIMENT, 8. J. GILLIAM, M. D., Mascoutah. Ills. W say to the public, beware of liniments lliat are separated. Ak only for the line and genuine Yolcani Oil Liniment. II is in sqnaie bottles, with Hie name Mcl-ean t volcanic Oil liniment, blown in the glasi. Take no other, and you will get a true remedy, and one wnirn can always ee relied on. li The above Liniment is for sale in Hannibal, by aul2 J. L. MATHEWS, Agent. Notice To the Stockholders in the Hannibal t St. Joseph Railroad Company. rpAKE Notice, that at a meeting of the Board j X of Directors of said Company lielu in the City of St. Joseph, commencing on the 11th duy of August, A. D., 1852, the following resolu tion was passed, viz: "llesolved. That an additional cnll of ten per cent of the Stock subscribed, he made, payable on the 15th day of November, A. 1)., ISb'i, al the oflice of R. F. Lakenan, in the city of Han nibal, in the county of Marion; and al the Court Houses in the following counties respectively, viz: Buchanan, Do Kalb, Clinton, Caldwell, Daviess, Grundy, Livingston, Linn, Macon, and ShelbJ'j and that notice he given in the pub lic news papers published in the counties through which the road is to pass, in the man ner prescribed in the charter." Done by order of tlis Hoard. WASHINGTON JONES, Secretary, August 13, A. D. 1S52.Q Note. This is the third call, making alto gether twenty per cent called for up to this time Stockholders who shall not have paid the first and second calls, will not bo entitled under the Charter, to vdte at the election for directors. Tha same rulo will exclude Counties who have not issued bonds, or made payments, according to the contract! with tho Company. It will be minnrtaiit Hint lint, mutter tie attended to bv stockholders and County Courts who vish to vote for Directors. septy-id iNOTlCll IS hereby given that the next annilal meeting of the Stockholder iu the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company, for the election of Uirectors, win ie iieiu in ine cuy 01 01. josrpu, counly of Bublmtian, artd State of Missouri, on the first Monthly in November next. Done by order of the DuuM of Director.. WASHINGTON JONES, Secretary. aeptO-td. August 13, A. 1). 1852. Aamlnistxittor's Notice. NOTICE it hereby given that Ihe nnilertigiietl ba cbtaiued fiom tba Clerk of tha Count) Court ol Rails eonntv, letter of administration upon tl't entale of JAMES W. OALLAHEH, daeaaaea, btating oale Sept. blU, IBtti All partout having claims against taiJ aslt ar herehv nnliiied Inaaiiibil lliein.ililfv authenticated, aC- eordina-10 law. within one vear from tba da' a of ai latlara. ar llieu mav ba nreclmleJ Oorn any beoel'll in mi.l atla' -. and if not nreaentetl w l'lilll tinea yeart. from IU oata of laid Utters, they wilt be loiever bar red. septHJt. . aLU." BJiun ., Awr. LiST' .JUU a-v 01 Filicv'-i frlrbrartl Kir.vt 1 '"ft "AI.K AT THE T. I.DIil STOVB aTOJtl!. rpHE f L'llfit RIB tit lakes this method nf inform X ing his friends and the public In general, that he bat the largest Itnck and greatest variety of St ores ever brought to Hannibal, which he Is deter-niued to sell low fur cash. Persons wanting fttoves would do we 1 to call and examine bis stock, particularly hit new patterns or Tailor Stoves, among which ar the Gre cian i-artor ara jto"itrt iMrinr. lt His motto is Quirk Bale and ftmall frnu:s.', Mala SJtract, Two Unnra North i,r tha ltrattr lloMaf, Hannlhnl. Ma atr Carter w. bryan. Sr i, i;u & son. Sifirn of the Grtihd Oriental l'Aack Rooster,) Tl AVE just received, per steamers Ri-stilator and XX John Smpson, a laiga and fresh ir..puilalion of ttror' aim manors at ioiiow r New Orleans Bngar. Belrher's 8. H. Molases, Re-botled plantation do, Ke Ot leans do, Belchar't C. Svrup, Kice, Crackers, M'1.1 Candles, Belcher's Clarified do. Belcher's Crushed do, Powdered Sugar. Rio Coff. e. Impei ial Tea, Young Hyson do, uunpowiler lo. Star do. IjIOIIORSI O'ard Brandy, Jamaica Rum, U. P. Vineyard do. Can la Cruz do. Raslau do, Morcau do, A. Beignetlo do, PortWi ne. New England do. Peach Brandy, Madeira Wu.e. Sherry do. Malaga do. Holland Gin. All or which we will sell at wholesale or retail, and very low for Cash I nantnnal, Augnst !h. 'bl. t2if Notice To milium Tm(otA, Thomai BtiorJ, J.nut Evford. ""Hi""" jjor, ivorj jim Mirtaei II. yi, wJfwfta Reed, Thomat I). Hud, and Mr: Elizabeth U'iltiami and ker i.aJ nA lf.,.. . . YOU ara hereby notified, tha' I will make applica tion to the county court of Rails county and Hiate of MifVMiri. on Ilia lirt Monday in November next, for an oid. rof sale of slaves of Miry Hnford. deceased. ALEXANDER UUrORD, sep2-8w Ailininislralor an 4 one of the heirs. Final Settlement. NOTICE is hereby iyen to all persons interested in the estate of Fiancia Conn, dee..e.i ui nr county of Ralls, that the underjigneJ, adnlinistratrit: with lha will annexed, will maka apiilicalion ad the November Term of the County Court, for said county, for a final settlement of her administration of said estate. NANCY CONN. ep3-4w - Administratrix willi tha will auuexad. RILM I LLElffb CO Successors to N. E. Jan.iey It Co., WHOLESALK ABP BETAIt. PEA LESS l! CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE, Ko. 34 MAIN bVI'H KET, . BeMcen Clusnut and Pint Sire ts, T. IX) LI MO. rpHE mb.'ribert once mora call the attention of -L their friends, and all who are in want of goodt in their line, lo the fact that they art prepared lo receive them on the most liberal and accommodatinf terms. and have on hand and now arriving, a Very Large and Well-teltcted Stock of Hoods, ordered expressly for nil names, Comprising the tmml varieties, and many other articles not to be met with elsewhere in this city. ine ion experience ot our principal (Raving seen Ihiity years an importer of Karthenwam.) enables in to oner unusual imlirrements as to variety aud quality of stork. Their ttnclr roiiaitfir in met nf C. C ,blue edged, Jipt, painted, printed, white granite flown, blue aud mulberry, earthenware , Puie white, enamelled, lualre, bins figured and fold oanu, r.ngusn cniua t White, gold band, and decorated French china All the vanetiea ni Amarie.ui'.. . uf. n:' r-r- 4 - r glassware, of Eastern and Wes'ern manufactute j erman and Bohemian glassware, a great variety ; English T. D. pipes ; American pipes and pipe head; A iatge assortment of looking glasses, japanned tea ti ays, of our own importation ; Britannia cotiee and tea pots, castors, pitchers &c., a great variety of first rale quality ; A laige and elegant assortment of Cornelius & Co.'s celebrated solar lard lamps, chandeliers, giran doles, tc, gilt, olive and damask. And a gieat variety of articles not usually imported for this market. Aaaorteii Cratea packed for the Conntry Trade, lu l be beat manner, kept canalautly tin band. Our gooda are put up in the best manner, by careful and experienced packers, and may be transported any distance, by wagon or olhei wise, without lisk of break age. We take pride in referring to our old cus'omers, as to our packing and the good condition in which our goods are geneiaily received. sep2-5t R H. MILLER &. CO. Improvement in Anfaroni(ic Dentistry'! S. II. ANDERSON would respectfully U inform the citizens of Hannibal and couidry especially, that he is inserting teeth on an im proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the functions or mastication, cannot ue surpassed. Dr. A. will guarantee to any person who wants a set of teeth let their jaws be ever so irreg ular or badly deformed from the loss of teeth and absorption that he will make them a set that will antagonize or shut together us regular ly and as perfectly the firt time they are put in ihe mouth, without anv irrindine or ullerHiji, as their natural leelh ever did. Any person ih ine evidence of this if thev will call on Dr. A. he will show them seveial entire upper and lower sets riirht here in the citv, and let them iudire for themselves; Particular attention given lo tlie treatment of all disease ot ine mouth, and the mal-position of the teclli. All operations war ranted, and chafges reason able. N- B. Persons from the country wanting worn uolie. anil oein? unacriuainieu wiui uii- T . . . .... .... f .1." irue merits nnd skill of the Dentists in this city, would do well to inquire here in the Citt, where thev are both known. y . . . . e . . Ullute over linltingiiam a Drug store; au 1 9if I want Ever body to Read This. I WILL merely say novv -Vv'CjE. that I have moved my jfSnjp' Family Grocery and Flour &J Denot to South-west corner of Main uud Bird streets, where I shall be pleased to see my old friends, new customers, little children, l.ulies, 'and the rest of mankind.' I have a great many vsesary things to sell for the comfort and conve nience of fallen humanity, such as erocene spices, wash tubs, wasli boards, scrubbing brushes, brooms, soap, candles, and tar; together with si j,'rcat many things that 1 have not got ! I also keep butter, eggs, and corn ineal, when they are to be hud; but I always have the re nowned Eagle Mills FLOU K acknowledged by all to be the best artfde ever sold in Hanni bal in fact, 'it can't be beat,' Everybody call and see ine; I'm in a hurry Una inoruing no timetotalk, Uood bye till we meet. aulEhfJ T. JACKSON. Real Estate In llfiiulbal for Sale. rpiIK undeftipned offer for sale a lot of ground I containing uboilt one acrt, tituuted in Kelly Town. Suid lot has oil it a pnod lojr eabm nnd kitchen. aul'J MARY PiCKEN. The Store House on Ihe comer of Front anj Bird street. Applv to THUS. McDANNOLD. Aur. 1L 'C2. fau!9tf: rjbboni. t nr am vine ; TIN"E auortiaent of tprine and turn mar Bonnts I. Kiuhont klavn hftiin and MantitS Kibbn lor api2ty CIGAIt AND TOBACCO -STORLt Wholesale aa Rail, fthaaec Crar mt Halai aait " tll Street " II. Lr.CIl H AHUOUAVi?. TTFVeenn.njr.rlr en the eery IVal IIHSlltrni A tf aVVIRritNH TODACl'ti; NI'fT nf a .mhi-.i "tMn- SL,J!.c.r"A' ''""''"') bkcai.ia, rtanrirK, - W 1.1 IK anttOMMON flUARa-aml avara arllcla a.mlr k. la ibair Una. .tpf'T al lha .Ian nf iha Eig Indian. v TVRNKIltt UMPlllfi CIGAR sSTORE . M . be bnnishl every ti.leta nr Tonitro, iiuut" AM i rr, Cheaper than rrt anr nth-r hnn.e In ihe rltr ! TOIIAirO AT THK MANt'FA'TtR.ra rKT,t ' AJ li will ba lo ihe adventaia nf rnireliairnt w ranamVr (fit ha hna j No Cigars made by upprentiocs! BerrftrfiHr rrni (Tare nna flotr tietnvr the roreir af ' Illll, an JMatlU atrcetj ilaanihal, Ma. a.(9-Ara t NOTICE To the Slarkhl(lcrt 0f t,e ItanniUil nnd .Yen, ' " Roait"l lhtge Company. II E Board of Directors of (his compenf have ordered a Call of lltenlv anr onnt n T sliareof th rnpitnl r,ck, to fe pntJ In the) Tfeasitrer, E. Hawkins, ob or tcfora th 20lh day of September, 1852. W. P. SAMUEL, PrttiJeni. T. Lrttafso, Secretary. September 8th, 1852. - iep&-td Notlcs to Costfltry Merciuite! WOODMhVS CELEttHiTED SOAP. rj'rtl! anbaerihera aea nam Beenaml in ejee-iti nMew fr aarl al (he ahnrteat anl irm 91 thta Hit. Ta thou wins are nnarifnalnietf with fta awpertiea, are arm mrel aar Hint hv airin. k .uuu . . tlolh.-ae.ln ba watlw with ball' ihe nanal labnr. aa i' aunuaa. . rrinief dfrerilooa for ae are. mpanrlnf eatlt f'trMire. A1ll WOKIiMAM Vl.'I.I.V.n. No. 8 Bu Chiultt alrint, near 'i hint, 8" Hi. I.oai, SI a. ' ADMlNlSlllATOTrs NOtTciT NUliLK i, heifcbymventr.it the iir.uVrt:gC't obtained fiom Ihe Clerk of the County CtiWt of Mai ion conn1 v. in vacation. tellers of adminia raiiiiT. nrr on theettale ol William Henry Lewis, defeased 'beam ing date July 21st, 1852. ' All persons having Claims aj-ainst said estate ara hereby nolifWd to exhibit them, duty authenticated ac cording to law, within one year from tha date of said letters, or they cfiav be preclrided from any benefit in said estate, and If not presented wilirin Ihrea.. reara from tire dale of said letters, thev will be furev.e "d. . IIARVEL JORDAS..4. r r aij - . . ... ' j TIIOS. S. UHLLER, f DF. Af.ER in lumber, shingles, latbs, tash, 4c, Ae. Office at the Connling room of Miller mt Pogua'a f.nraber Yard, on tha Corner of Hill and Third streets, Hannibal, Mt. HuRbibal, Jifnv 10, 1852. Tirol, a. auLLaar ct6. a. ranee. " mIller & POGUE, ' (Suecesfors to 1os. S. Miller,) Who!aja!t Urocers & General Commission Merchan t, No. i tevee, Hannibal, Mo. "Co-Partnership." : THE undersigned havt entered intt co-part ner ship for the purpose of transacting the Grocery and General Cr mnrssion business, under the name and style of MILLER & POGUE at the old stand of Toot. S. Miller, No. 9. Levee. THOS. S. JIIlLER, GEO. B, PCXJUE. , " Hannibal, June 10, 1852. . (jelQ-tf) ." Srzi -'..'?; - fl nama. ta SW aas , AMI, ay J. B. HOCX)HTOr, M. B, la Mm ml Mat af tha Inatnet Ooarl tor tba railma Iltftrlat af Paaaaylraala. Another Scientific Wonder! GREAT OURE FOR -DYSPEPSIA! Or. J. 8. HOUCHTOra THE TRUE DIGESTIVE .FLUID; OR) GASTRIC JUICE. Prepared frara fennel, ar (lie 10 1 rib tforr.aPh nf tba at, after nlhxlmiie ..r iiron I.leliig,t:i- a real I'll) iicn!ofiical Ciieiazat, hy J. i HiHii limn, M. U , l'li:aUcl(i, Pa. I II1QKST.' flin-.k la tha irnn niennleie ofibm wnrd Paral. h It Ilia rliiel" element, nr mrrttt dieeatina prtnciola of tile Gjltria Juica tha tnlvarll nf tlie field, the nirrlfyina. nreaervlnf, and ritnuialllitf aveel of life abnnactf and iHletltnea. It la estrartv-d frnrn llie ai-ecira tlnataeh uf tha ox, thua turtntnf a irua tw aeet'aj; flanl. irtt:i-ely likn tba naiural Gatri Julca ia lia ctieuucal noarcra, aud lurutrtolug a cowNta au4 ueriaci aubatl. luia inr ii. T:.i-U Nat:,-' r--J tor aa naheatlhr ainoiaali. Na art of man can equal lla enratire riaitceae-- ll auntniiM aa aka 1ml, bttlera, aeld nr asuaenua drura. It la extremely ai"rea!a 10 IIm lacia, arid amy U taka hf Ute moal lerMa paiicata wlia eanaiH eai a water cracker wltnoul lha aiuat acata diatrcaa. IW-wrar of drajg4 Itnitnlinna. I'rxMia la nl a drug Half a laa-iHmnfnd of Penala InlWd la waur, aritl dica I at diaaolra tfva puueda rrf fuaaj bear la aiwtu lata fcoura, out aTUia uiniaaai Otleaitlfle F.vlrlaaieal KT The rlentnic Kiilmr, apnn whu.li ihia rcaaeil la baatl la In iha bif neM avme entMiWa aad reai ara.ntti. 1 a. .11 oa Hie a;enl and eel ttuciiiMixit cucuiar, (ram. (iaia Urfe amuaat ot eeienlllia avnlanca. frula i.lrbia'a Aaiaial t'briuulrj; I'r. IVioVi Pliyj'i.lmy ut Uli-ationi l. Peiatra na twid and Utt Or. Jolia w llra". 01 A. w lata 1 niee .iiy: Prnf. Ilvaulmu'a l'lnn4na ; Praf. kiilliaiaa, af Vain Culeyej I'r. Caiarulla tUiuhf)i , l(ttm ailh rapana ul'carea Irom all uuila u( Ilia U"ilii taiea. l'l.li. ia luia ana nmiirr. Pr. H"uilii..n . Pru-in la nraoarad la PnvnVr aad la Fluid l"orin and ia friwiDtioa via'a Inr lha ua ol rnr.xiaoa. Tba uuadeewill a aaut kjr aiail. frta of pottafe, lu aaa dollar, rat to In-. HnneliMm, VlitlaaelHata. ' rr OHSKKV K Tlili Kvy anriia ar ina f-OTtoa rapaia beara tba wiuua ai(naiura ot i . M.ianla, M U., aoW aca- urieiur, rliiladeiiliia. Pa. Coar-rtjm aaa itaanin aair. tfcli b all druBf tla and aealora la lucdicUMa. Plica, OI ruitl.111 M.L.H. ' ... . ..... it . .1 a. aun a 1 I . b SB! k irin ill m m. www, Hanalbal. Wienoaal aud Hu Axta. MHhHHhHHHHHiHHKHKHHim HANNIBAL . I Mammoth Stove Store, j i ' "' : T. J. I5IDGWAY it employed to tarry on this X ettabhthment. I k?p none Bui lua vest oi nout. j IN AND SHEET IROS Manufactory and S $ X tta are VVateroiie, W bolasal and Hclail. iz 1 . 1 invanini.. -. ..... i n a. llll'lhlaaj r.r..or nl h am Mil HirtI At ?. lrtt, has now OB baud a large aaMia.rJ cf Coak rc x. 81oVs, Ilealmg htovet, and eiery variett of Ha ware, a nii ly of wr,iel will be kit couilnitly XI n nauu, oy atiuiitous, as occii" X Ainoiij hia aaaoiliueut are l!.a tollowms Ceik X T A. COMSTOCK t COs eelebrated Piairia fi 5 Stale Cook Siovet, which I vrill warrant for 6a 5 j ears, aud lining Air Tisbi,(aauiciuie4l in S lrvir.B Ail Tighl, (manuiactuied -In Saint 3 fctaroT the Wait. Tin beat i"itinitim, fPitl'hurgh.) Calilwtti ium.vl"cy ) Kl Iilia PiiUlllllllt. And allien, i;ot iiienliuned. Also-Alotof Copitei Ware, an.l Tin anOSheal M t Iioil Ware. aII !nth Me otttsra4 al tadured a $ prit-et l-r na-ly pay- twniry iclint and Sg people eeiwrully, will Cud it their n.terrat " '' here beTote ixiii.lia.iiig alaatvlif, tot 1 will salt f lowvi than any otber tiotiaeof tbe Umd inibeeily. Old Coi'nai iku ia eacbang lor work. S . Jobbing, of every vaiiety, m I'm, Cper and 2 Slt Iron, done at ui.Borti " uMLS 5 febiill ta HICKMAN. 1 1, , , If m i7& & r Rct. 1 mw airliyarV'TTV'-' t i 3 f J c. '