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. II ANNIBAL JOURNAL OCTOBER 21 1 852.
Vl.VCI'5 t Oot, JTi. Knnx county For Governor, McCurty, 40 majority. jjcnvcr coui.ly YIliT, for Conpjres, SI majority. I -in ( rail.- j'aiu on CiovernorVntc iro . " an 1n!i!)!ir'i rt,:ity, IT'tnocratic majority for (iovernor, :riji:;l,!y -IjO. rtlilier, W mii h r.d, elected lo Congi fx by 50 inn jjrily. l'ilio county Miller, for Congress 200 ma jority. Dayis county Wright, for Governor, 2IG majority. Mil'er, Tor ('onoitss, 75. First Dis'ricl Miller. 1) merra', rleotel to Congress ly probably 1.000 majority. Wriiflit gains largely im former vote, in nil the counties heard from. M Uii'ot, O, t. M, r. m. Jefferson county Marshall, Wlii;;, lor Con gress, GOO majority. Seotl couti'y Fcrjuson, Whi;r, for Congress 2 J majority. I'.irtholomew lVtnbar, Duno-rat. for Con gress, Ml, Wri-ht for Governor. .".15. llrown county- lliuham 1T)0 in ijority. Jennings couu'y --Uiui'iiim .". DunhaM is elected in the third district Iv about SOO in; tor- KvANSVIM.r, ().;(. 15; p. M. Warrick, Vati.li'iilmr, Davis, Piltr, Terry, Gibson, Dubois an I Martin counties Lriv e Wright a majority fur (iovernor of ,'!,J00; Knox, Ycr i 1 1 1 1 1 on and Vigo give MeCarly oil majority. TESNSYLVAIIIA. I'll! I.ADlLl'It I A, (Jot. 15 P. M. (Official.) Ulair eomity, Kccd (Wnifr,) Shcril)'. M5 majority; 1 tollman McNeill, Frothonotnry , 15; Ilcwett, Treasurer, 550; 1'i.f iililou, 5.'!J. Philadelphia city cud county (official. ) ITop l.ins, ( Democrat, ) (.'anal Commissioner, Ji'-lJ majority; liil!iii;,',oi, (Whij;) Jtii!ire, MJ.-i; Flo rence, (Democrat,) 1 si Coiiyi cssiunid District, 1,737; Kob'oins, Democrat, elected in ."'d Dis trict; Wilten, Democrat, dth District, 1,'J7; Allen (Whig) Slicrill', 5.1U1 majority; lluwcrs, (Whig) 1111 majority. The whole number of votes east is nearly 50, 000. Powers is elected Register, but will be contested by Spcclz, liis opponent. CHI0 ELECTIONS. Cl M 1 NN ATI. O Official. Ma lison coun'v- Jud 10- M. s iijin me C'uiut, ("allwcll, Democrat, .'J: Huron county -S. idler, HI majority, dg, for t'oii;;i'ess, biwcll, Democrat. C W oi Ls, 15i;ui'd- 17S majority. SI 1 ncjoril v. tuii, win a-;: for Jud-o, C;i Hoard of Tub! ' liiaion' . 0!.:3 Elfitfon. l!i l i t i.o, ().'.. 15. A reliable dispatch from Cleveland cu's the dcinoeratie majority down f).'.'0ij or (J,(!00. It io thought 1 1 u-.t it will be still lower. The democrats held a jubilee meeting hero last t've ning. In Seneca Falls the Women's Temperance Society was held to-day, and was largely at tended. Hesidu'.iou were p issed, and speech es made in favor of the Maine Liquor L iw. i'lfii.Anr.i.i'iiiA, Oi.!. 1 1, r. ::. The Wilmington Herald, North Carolina, j (Webster paper) states that the Webster move-j menl iu that fit v has hrcli abandoned; at a meet-j ing on the 1 1th iiist., lit e person were present. . llesolulions wero adopted bn aking up the or-! ganizal ion. j David Schley, editor of the Maryland Exam-! incr, died yesterday. j r.er.itn. ! ASIIIMC. ro, ( )cl. 15. ! lliK.i givi's SO majority for V;i rJ, whi; i.nd Columbia 'JO lor lirook; Nas. u 10. j The deinoeratii: g;,;n in the i.l ove counties com pare. I widi vote for Oovcl nr-r in 1 8 IS, is !HI; the who!.- wliijj li.s in the IU coutitii's he. .id from is !515. i Ni.w Vor.H, Oct. 15. The steamer Star of the West lias arrived I rem S.m Juan with dates to tin' il; she has 1 1 'II p iv seiigei's and : 15U.I..I 0 in p,M dust in tlie li u..'.-. , of passengers. Left in eoup..iiy with tin- Dan-j iel Webster, for New Oi l.-aiis. S.m Juan was , healthy and the river navigable. j EosTON, Oct. 15. I The State Temperance Convention met at Eaneiiil 1 1 . i ! I . licso'ul ions wt-re passed placing' coiilidcnrT in the working of the Maine Ihjtiorj law, and refusing 1o vote for any man not iu fa-: vor of it. '. W. Smith, a telegraph operator, is under arrest here, charged with forgery, attempt inn to defraud the Life Insurance Company of lite1 thousand dollars. Cl M l V.N t II. ( K-l. 15 ! lour it ill, t. i a ', ' -.). -tlroopimj. Mo'-.cs JS a - lf.it icr scarce and in demand, l'i a -'c lliter lailiti.'; weather coll. Ni.w Ont.i.tN,., Oct. 15. Western produce declining; mess pork ncui iiial. :-17 fjit. liacon sides 1) a l 1- to. Whisky IS 1 4 1 i n l i; a I. L t mi Ornir, j Wamiim.to.n, Sept. 7, 1S52. $ f-'m: Whcii; a soldier dies possessed of a tv arrant, it being in the. nature ol red estate, dc- c.ui Is to the lieu s; an l as to wno are tlie lien s , H'.,;n! ' dicided by the courts of the Slate iu. V tileli tiie panics res'iae. ituih oi i:ie ucaui n:id heirship mii .t be. ma h' b fore a court of cm Jilcnt jrisdioii-iii, to enable the parties inter ested to disjosc cf the bame. If any of the heirs are minor.- U.ey iii-1-.l act l y tlc ir gnai li a:i, duly appointed by the coitil, with atilhoiity to sell die sm in lie warrant. A copy ol' all the proceedings had befoie the toiut, duly ccitilicd, oiilst accompany the War rant lo enable tlio parties lo transfer or locate (he itne. JOHN WILSON, Acting Coin. BIO TREE. A lite number of tho Alta California?! says thcie in a tree now standing on the bank of ijje XI .mi Ath, near its muuth, tin: trunk of !a h is .'!d feel ill di .ineti f. A. whopper. We nre informed bv gcntlem.in in this city hat he saw a red wood tree (a species of ec 1 r) iu the red wood forest, about five mi les from I he Pacific Ocean, and near thu Klamath river, thai i'uiired lOS feet iu circumference. T. all appearance it wus entirely folid an'l nerfettlj found, ami supposed to be -100 feet higli; lie al f daw u tree of the mi, species that was hol low for about ,'tO feet, at which point 4 I irge loos bratu hej iv.t; in (tit ti(U vv hi. iarty, con sisting of IS mules lo aded with provisions, and ol) mini, wero shattered one night from a liravy Haiti; it in w ctl Inowu to miners an ! traders iii flat pp.ll of Califoiljiu, as Ihu C4I1111 refi o! the Jie J tVao.ls.-- .V. J..i. 0i .elte. Villow Ftvin i nir Wir I n ii ex St. Thomas. Sept. 21. The ravages liero from yel low fever nre heart-rending;. The disease orig inated at Dcmnriira, nnd w.n brought here by the crew of a Pi.iltimore vessel, nil of whom died in the hospital. The malady has spread to nil I lie adjacent islands, mid now rages with fearful mortality. Hospitals had to lie tempora rily erected at V'iigin Gnrda. Tortola, Ci lebrn, St. John, Jiiijue, and St. Croix, where the mall pox Is also n cv, tiling, lands was never so slu IhiMiiess in nil the Is - limit . with nn immense Mipply of American product!' in store. The (iovernor an I unite hail determined to remove lo St. John, 1'. U but ncenur.ts received yes terday rcpri sent thciiiihcidlhiness of that place lo exceed nil former sickly seasons. Two ships, three barijues, one brig and seven schooners, u if in port, idl doing nothing, and loiirnre w ith out crews. The fever has compelled several vessels to leave Turks Island on account or the scarcity of hale men to load. The supply of nail, in consequence, has greatly increased. 'We learn from good authority, that nine in dividuals in I'l.itte City will suliscriSo one hun dred thousand dollars to the cross railroad eon Meeting the Hannibal and St. Joseph and Pacif ic U iili'oads, at Kansas and St. Joseph. We do nol entertain a doubt but that in addition to ;s :!(,!) .(.(HI lo be subscribed by Platte county, in dividuals will subscribe !j;250,(.l()() more, making more than half a million of dollars, cnoiudi to make (he road throuoli I'l.itte countv. with bul''i'rciun of msr. nnd women had come from P.id- a little assistance, from the. Slate. Tut the ball in motion! l.atte Argus. Violations ok tub Uankio Law. John Simonds, of the linn of Lucas ei Siinotids, en tered into a recognizance yesterday in the Crim inal Court, iu the sum of 1.000, to appear and answer a presentment j'nr issuing notes or a less denomination thn lied I v the statute. Hciirv D. llaeon, of the linn of l'age & llacon. and Mr. ! Chase, of liio house of E. W.Clark &. I'.ros., were recognized a day or two since. St. Lou is News. Dixni r to Jso. (J. Mi 1,1.1.11 The filasgow Times contains the proceedings of a meeting of tlie citizens of Howard. Mr. Miller, in reply loan invitation from the (ilasgow Club, to address that body, says he will do so in the last week of October. The 21th day of October has been named by the Club. Columbia Sentinel. The ravage of the cholera at Hoc licster du ring the past season, have been quite severe. The number of deaths has reached 400, and bu siness has sullercd to tin: cttent of a million of L u I'vu.i.r, Oct. 10 7 p. m. The following telegraphic, dispatch has been received by the Louisville Journal: Col 1 Jim s, Oct. 10 1 1-2 r. m. Eifly-fivc counties arc in; Whig gain in these OVCr 10,000. 'BlLLLTIN.' PENNSYLVANIA ELLOTIoS. Pit tsii e nun, Oct. 1G r. M. Allegheny county, oilioia! Hulling) .in, 7,ti(i7; Woodward, 0.550; Stevenson, Free Democrat, 715; Holliuaii 7M0; Hopkins, MdO: Wyman, Free Democrat, 715. Congress. 2 1st Disti i. l-Hitchie, Whig, 40W; Shannon, Democrat, 45; Craig, Free Demo crat, G'll. Congress, i?l 1 District Howe, Whig, 21iG; (iibsoii; Democrat 10i7; Shenn, Free Democrat; :;u5. State Senate Darsie, Whig, C7)3; Ihirton, Dcm., Stevenson, Free Dem.. 104.'. Assembly Applelou. Whig, 7151'; Perry, Whig,(i:;ss. Cowan, W big.71SS; F.yster, Whig! 7l'!i!; Porter, Wl.iL', 7210: Orillin.Dcm., Got)5; (iihinati, Dem., 0 17 1; MtKee, Dem., 0145; St wart Dem., VJS-J; Fb ming, Dcm..(JLS; Fos ter, Frio Dem., Aidl; 1 duar, Free Dem., lOlO; Fi I lee. Flee D, 111., ll!0l: (iordoll, l'l'CC Dilll., li 15; Harris, Free D. in., 1 110. I'our v. legs and one democrat elected. Met Jill. U big. ele.-ted dlt l ill'ovcr Kent, Dem ocrat, by 1 50 niijct iiy. 01! 10. Cincinnati. ( )e( . It! - i l . ics hi ai d from. Iu 5 the vote is t! 50' same i is yc.r. In .'Initio Vhii'sgiiu l'J ll.c Democrats Sj;j. 11,- j 000, an IU IMil.lMA. 57 eountinsgive Wright l'.'.O majority, same counties in '!!) rave til.)75. '11 ic Discont in t: n ..- O.Ii'ss rs. Pi ice and Morris publish a card, setting loitli the turns of their agn einciil tvilh Captain Piiiilips lor umariiage ol the Tinh s and uion. and stating that in con sciju. lice of the backing out of the latter, the piii. lication uf the Times is tiiseoul inucd, and On y will proceed to a winding up ol their b.i sin.ss. Si. J,i,ii:-i ln'cl. II. a. s. Much activity prevails among dealer iu bo'rs, the demand fir shipping, bv butchers a'.d liackcis. increases daily. Ilcs have come iilijiire Irce'y hy wagon loails Hie j.asl weeK Iioiii Illinois. Fat lu gs of pood size are iu re quest rates unchanged, and range agreeable to previous quotations from ,5 lo ."j-5 50 cr lot) pounds the tendency in rates is upward. Iii: 1. 1' Ca i i li: The yards are not nv iverstoi k-l es there but. hers) cd at nre. ic ut w lift number one bi cv appears lo be barely a suliiciency to sclcel from fi.r the daily us , " ... '.' (.luMN all! Ill I'V- city cou.,n.pti,n. .s many pectaliou so.iii from t he interior, a brisk fall bu -siness is biokcd for, and a decline in price is much desired. Speculators are sending oil' small l.ils for the New )r leans market prcM'nt rates ? per hifidi'td. The bhiji- from .J 'J5 lo $ 1 5 1 iiii itt of catt.e from the port o! M. I.oius is In r-1 haps nr.K h grc.ti r 1. 111 i gem rally known. It is iircsiimed lli.it tinu'c tban t'.t 1 ve thousand head I.H.. In'i'ii shi'ived to New Orleans (In- t ear past- ue of our oldest bu'cl.eis, .baler in live slvek, has on I.U own account sent to New Or- , ,, , . , leant wituin tbe past year three llioiisand head, ind lo the city of ? w i ."I k lurtecll luuidreil load. fSt. Louis Intel. SI. Louis Intel. l'o(. Hoi's uml Tontiitofs. T: is not so generally IiImwii as it deserves to lie il . ' s " Saul e-i.i , aim 11 1101 pnseuteil witnia line years far Miperior in flavor to thosu pro.lueed in the lion, the oaia.f taut leitera. ihevwill be Toiefei bar common way. They must, of course, have n ml. tcc;'l-3t JOSEPH SMELSER, Adm'r. fair chance of ro im lo grow and not be too much j Xolice crowded by the corn. Those who can anine-1 TS ,'.iel,y piven that 1 bate sold my interest in the I I lie lom.il. 1, when i-rown anion ' corn, is il, .. I lot. r tl.ia . ....i..l.l- .. 1 VI. .1 w ... .'u,.:.ii.,.iv1il ili.d I IIUIIC 11 IIIU in perfection, will tin. I tins' mod oJ growing ihem to secure all they can ak .it least aUch has been my experience. Il has been maintained by some respceyahl. experimenters, that potatoes planted among corn are not so liable to rot, nnd this opinion hag been eoiiliiuied by a ulli.ieut number of triV.i) to render it wmtby of uttcnlion. Itu,-.ig par nn 1 . WALrTtJTB A FAMILY MEDICINX. Everybody cuts walnuli, everybody know how to make a pickle of walnuts; few, however, know the medicinal virtues of walnut. Wbw, the fact is, walnuts, when properly prepared, are nn excellent medicine nnd alterative, and this is tho way to prepare them : (jet the green wainiiM, iu lor kickiinir: put them in a itone i . . . . . . jar lilled up with moist ugiir, in the proportion oi nan a pounu 10 a score or walnut; place the IJ11 " .nieei.all or boiling water, for about I three hours, tnkitijr care that the water doe not mm nvrji il ki iiuiiLTiii iiijruig uir. opera tion. Tlie sugar, when dissolved, should cover the walnuts; if it does no, add more, cover it close, nnd in ix month it will be fit for use; the older it e!s, the belter it is. One walnut is a dose for a child six years of age, a a p'trp ative; and it hn thUqreat ndvantnpe over drug that while it in nn irnttin1 mfflir.!,.. It im nl : 1 1, ...... :. t..: -t 1 (tin ..,.. ..I 1 I- .1.- .f ... ....1 I.... .iiiv. .iiii, v.ijr jur.iniiiiL to iiiu pAiaie, nnu will be esteemed by theyo'ing folk, n a treat. .V. K. PaiTti: Ficiit Br Womh! Wetakc from the London Tunes the following account of a most brutal scene, in England. A prize fight between two women 1 'About a month ngo I was at breakfast with li. y family at Kensid (ireen, when I peretived a number of person passing through the field adjoining my house. I endeavored to ascertain the cause. With much difficulty I did o. The j dington to a prize fight bet ween two no, not men women ! One of mv family, beimr Inered- ulitts, contrived to look across the fields, nnd there snw the combatant stripped to the waist nnd lighting. Men took them there, nnd bucked them, im.i were the bottle-holder nnd time kccprpi. They fought for about half an hour, some sny for five shillings, some say for a ov oren,, .,,,.1 ,, sny ,llry w;jj ) jt Bp;l;n. saw the winner led back in triumph by men.' Eragg's Liniment. ITT A p. rnn iti M. I.ouis, by the name of McLean, afloftirg to Lp ac'iuaiiil.il with tl.e incrrilients of this rt'lobraleil inodicine, and well knowing its gi fat vir tues, has attempted roinetliing like rountotfeit. ' He adopts a fperio'.is iiainc and sells in article poi.tssing none of Hi. properties of the original. In in adter- ti-. irirnt in lo dny's paper will be found Hi erio of Or. Hun;',' on tins subject. Ktery one wilIacrB with n, tli d the Doctor pours the "grape' into this fellow 's p'etensiniis tvilli veiy signal effect. We Irani from the St. bonis Signal, that Eracp's Liniment still retains il deserved popu'niity. The entire sale during the lat ye.ir amount to iLout ' million bottlet. All of the best houses in (lie cilj, certify to ill great excellence Siilcm Weekly Advocate, May 20, 1832. Ren advritiseinrnt ill another rolumn. On Wednes.lav ctvniiif last, hv Dr. D. T. Morion, Mr. (.'con;.- T. Mjuro, tu Miss H.-ien li. Newcomb all ol tlii city. ' In Monro county on the momine of Oct. the ninth, Ariuuinta Franklin, the daughter of I C. and A. L. I iiee. r-ged one year and seven days. They iiiourii not as I hose without hope for our Sivior s-ai.l Miffer little child. en to cume niitn mn ami I'm bid them not, for of such is the Kingdom ol Heaven, whi 1 liit-y aie in. it U rrjoiri"g, r"''l..,l. i (iod'snwn patadi.e, it is a gloiioiu olotsom o'n his tree o denial life This lovely bud so vounj and fair, Just rnine lo show How stveel a dower In r.o.alisa would bloom. R. 1'IUfES CrilUKN'T. HANNIBAL. roBiircTKD i.vi:rv wldnkshav kvi-nivo. Fi.oru, $i Klla(3 75 Ofi .0 (i7 i) on Ml (ti S.'i fi Mlf,t$.t (li ' ftll'O 'i'1 2.V.0 -lo IV j) 2n 37! tt; nn 7il.i) tin -III I) fll BAC'DX Hog Iimind, Siites, Itams -MioiiMcis, coijn mi:ai., . Al'l'l.l'.s- ,),ie,l, i'i:ciii:.s-iiiiid, WMF AT, CtlliN, -(IMS. -11 A V. I-1 en t., ( l.(i Kli SKFD, II-A X I'l IT ATI IKS, ()M(l.S, .... UK AN S. $ I MOM . jog (is-1) ( . ) 6 4 2ir . I.l l ll.lt, .... I.Alt I), I Al.l.oW. .... HI I SWAN', .... I.l ATI 1 KK. .... ITIK'KK.NS, "r1 ilw.cn, - f.i;t;s, A1. T K.uiau Im, (t. A., fcui 1; I.. U., I I KM P. .... lllDKS-Iny, tjleill, ... 1 KAD. .... Mtil.At'M.'S Pln.lKlunij S. House, SL' l A It limit li, . t riclifd l 2.Vu.f Ml .a $1 b.Hij $1 7o J (HI 0(1' i :( 60 o:t (l.a'.ft 0.V, 3.ID a. mo) i., (I. 'i'.l) I Mi (lilp'U lot TCUSAC'CU (Iced lo line iinimilactiii iu: g.t:t no. Mi no ",''l'H"r! 2.KH3 2 Second-', S.'i.nj 2o l.ugs lioiu 00 cents to 1 1, a in quality. ljjl 2" llla. k lloic," l.s lllark Uooster," - )K Wool.. . Wlil.-KKV Ovslcrs. TFST received direct from Fmllitnorp, n large O supply of Cove Oysters warranted fiestt. Del. 'J, '52 tf 'j. A. INSLF.K & Co. Dlt. II. II. WASHINGTON, T t'i-1- fit' ! or i c in- ii t l cmii'i-pui -t- 17 .iii. n xiii. ti n .11 iii.r. laiuaiou i, 1 J 1 10 ssee, is expected to reach tlii place with lij-t l.iir.ilv in n iv d.its. lie comet with I he li.iiw ol In in alil to buil-t up a first elasg H I!tl Srlmol for iii.i'is. il the people of II1nnib.1l shall iiiaiiilesl any ! dem e to I utl ei his idans. lie trill oin ti hool iu (he . li.... nu-ht .turi el Ihe rln iti.ili f'lin .-li no, I ii-itll I'itc 11 itn e, be adveitiseinent. of nailiculais. '1 lie j I'oeloi'a IrieiiiU speak id him in the highest terms, as '"'"'tf ;"aiun'ii 111 every way 10 lake cliaige 01 airt ( lil.li flllMlP IS'IIOOI. OCIII I I Administrators Notice. V0!!1'1' ! ,""''1'' f;veii that the unHerMpne.! ha. I 1 s obuimtd Iioiii the Clerk of the County 1 ouit id 1!aH count, in vacati.ui. lcit.-r of administration np- imi the e-laie of HKMtV SM Kl.SEK, deceast'd, btar- linn "ale Oct. 1 llh, IMW. AH eisout bating claim against said etUle are hen l y noliued lo rxlubit thein.Jn.'y authenticated, ac-t-ci'ilii'g to law, w ithin one year from the da'e of said letters, 01 they may be piccludrd from any benefit in 1 'Ua" and 1'obacco holiness, recent Is conducted by llanu Turner, to Mr. J. R. Harris, by whom it tt ill be conducted in lutiue. My trieuds uiutt not lor- pet, liowcter. mai 1 shall eanliuua at my pott ill tlie will statin, ami tney mux especially remember mat as I pet share of The profits tor my hue, I thall be thankful lot a coniiii.uiiou 01 tneir patronage. oct7-tf. E. H. TURNER- Ilannibnl, Afo .Oct. 6th, I'l ill lll.'N A No IMIMKHTIC !VH 811 TV't. PAIMI'S, lILtS fti- - ituf aim a ul I'm lHva la aittua tiic uiuat mii.I'.iiii lu ilic Vt anagqi i-iK mir .. ..-U -li. 4. t . WtrKI L 4 CO. fw (Iffar and Tol).irro Slore! CORNER .MAIN AND CKNTKR hTUEF.TS T EKIl ARBOGAsT aie liannv to Inform their I j fiiend and the puMIe fenrrallv thai llivy have e. curfd room In SHOOT ft. DAVIS' rfw biiildin);. (ml win open 111 a lew iiava) lor the pmnot uf r ' lil istunr a ItRAitrii of their buotn. wlieie Ibey will b preparrtl to lilt all onleit in tli-ir line, at iln-np. if no cheaper, Itun any other hou in tbf city. Iliey liavejuit r-ce ived, t steamer f. Paul, a choh t Irrliim of Tobacco, Ciean. Snuffs. Itnrs. A.C., i.C.1 and lliry can lioly y Ho ir rtcck nf gtunlt ihe laigejt, best anil most complete a-t jrtmrnt ver olli-ied 111 Han nibal. Tl.t follow ii g rrmpri-e a pail of ll.eir Bianil : 10.000 F.I Sol Ken lia 5,000 La Union to. 6 IXKI I .a I'alnma do. 6KK) U Nnnnaif 20.00(1 Justo Sauz 1'iincijWSi 5,000 Cazadora 2.000 I'lantatioKi I.r,(KiO Ciimnion R'Cfiliax; I0O00 Half sspaninh; i'O.UOO Melees Virginia Chewing Tob.-men. YVm. Haie's. Jft( I!die', James Thomas', and S-lb llalsey's Tobacco. Missouri Tobacco. D.J O.irlli's .i. 1; Mend' roii's No. 1; IJ'it kiirr's No. I; J.unisfui'i" Nit I; D ni-ni m's C!ii ry June No 1; Malb'tl At H ons' 5 hump. All of tvhi' li we wall i-ll low forrash. (oet 1 1 i.r.i:u &. Aitnoc st. Iti'ceived A M tv lot of Inipenal t'ii;ars. " milXi "i:ii vAND drfss jiakTnciT MUS M. J. KIDD fry Utsj'cctrully itifurms the Indies union- liibal 11111I vicinity, that she llat just receited and opened a new and beautiful assortment of Ihe teiy la test style nl -sliinmhle IHI.N.il-. I S, ami other ft 1 1 1 - lineiy CmkIs, wlin b she is piepaied lo sell nn Ihe must reasonable terms, lb'i stock consists in pail of Satin and velvet bonnets, einb'il gimp, plain and fi'd ditto, plumes, Icatheis, flulrd llniiiRs. bloninrr hats, lie'd atin Imtiiec". ribbons, veils, rinli'd nnder-sleeves and Chemisettes, lares, ad kinds and co'ois, gloves, false cml, bugle head dresses, belts anil buckles, band bo'xe p. And a variety of flowers of the must rhsliionahte kinds. Ml j. K. invites Indies to call and examine her stuck; she is sure they will be pleasmi. Ileruoods may be seen lor (he present at her residence 011 I'aluivra Av enue, near Main street, ocl-l The Largest Steamboat I AMERICA HAS not yet made its appearance at Ilmnibal, but Ihe tubsrriber lias just complete ! and is now oc cupying the largest Soldiers' shop iu noithern M son ri, anil is happy to say lo his numerous cutomeis, and to everybody that coi'nes to II uini bal, o' that my come to our little city, desiiii.R lo purchase any a 1 tic It; in his line, that he has never hud a better stoeU of Saddles, Bridles, Caniajre and Wa?on H-irne-s of every de arriplion, Shoes and Boots, and all other article in his line, than he has at this lime; all of tvlccli he will sell at a. low pricu ai thev are sold iu the place, and w ill take in exchange. Wheat, Uom, Oa", I'ork, B-'f Hides, (dry or gieen.) Linsey, Janes, Tue Linen, and even Cash will not be reftuedl For the liberal patior.age heretofore bestowed, his most hearty thanks are tendered. II-! can assure the community that he keeps the very best of workmen employed, am! w ill not employ any other kind. Mr. Dallas is still superintending tiic Shoe departmcn', whose name is siillicienl to ensure patronage iu the way of Boots and Shoes. He is miiveifa'ly known as be in" a first rate workman, anil strictly punctual in his promises. focM JONATHAN GORR. Situation as Teacher Wanted. A YOUNG MAN desires a situation as Teacher who will teach the common English branrlies. the c!rmc::'.s ef vel music, and the tla'sics, if desired, and will pay particular regard to the instruction of ReadiiiR, on scientific principles, as laid down by Mc G'utf.e, in his series of Readeis. UI."tters addressed to Ihe Kililor of Ihe Journal will reach the applicant. Hitnnibiil Female Seminary. rJHK first term of this institution w ill commen-e 011 X Monday, Oct. Iltli. in li e vestry betoneiiif; to the rt.iptist Church, corner of Kouitli and ('lunch street--. Tl.e course of instruction and rates of tuition vtilll be as follows: Common English, $fi 00 pai qi.ai tur. Umber English, f 00 French, 5 00 Drawit p Teiicil ai d Ciavon, and Paint inc. in Water I'olors. iuclu. led, 10 00 I'uiiitiiip in Oil Colors, S 00 ' ' .Embroidery, 3 00 Tuition payable in advance. To impart a llionWj;h,ptaili'nt, and fi,iihnl Epcca rios, is tin; object ol' this in -1 it ut 1 011 . The moral, as well at the Inlellectual mlen-s's of the pupil-, will lie stiicllv (.'uaided, and every laeility alliided to inaUe (lie iu iiiiMlion nl kiiowh di; a I'ImxuhI Oatonitiioi . MISS M. M. SMil it. Pi im i.ol. MISS H. A. I'A IRIC'K, i Assistant Teacher. cc"-3tt pil'Tsri itr.H wisnow ;i.ss ami (;l'.sswari--, 1 All ,t.-..-i iiiuiina hi' ifliifw ii-. ami nil -1' "I tvuul.iw i'l.t-9 I ai,i a. 1-mi.i.ui.ii ,,tiii, i-y z. r wtrzLLL k co. 1 t.-ie.':i-li. Aa-Saisi Frh Arrival of A afrviraS FALL GOODS. The first or the season jusl received by J1AWCSA: ARMSTRONG. W are. tilease.l to nnnouiiee to onr friends. e.tst, inter,, and the imblitr Miera'.lv. that we arc just opening one of the Lri-fl and most ' nibal, and those trading at this point, 1 have, for beautiful stocks of goods, direct from the East, the last yeir, been shaping my plans to this eru Cities, ever brought tu this market, to which effect, during which time 1 have made srrangc we t'cry rcsiicct fully cd! your attention. J incuts with tho largest importing houses in St. Our stock, in a few il.ys, will be complete, supply me wiiu ihe must approved :v. k" eonsistiiy of Bl'k F.ngli.sh, (icrmaii, and French of guns at a very small advance on importation, cloths; Bl'k and fancy cassimcrcs and satinets; ! thereby enabling me to sell them as low as they worsted silk and satin vesting, bl'k i.nd col'd, be had iu any market. All persons in waul jeans and tweeds; blankets ninl blanket coats; of guns will please call and examine my stock red, vellow, green, blue, ami white ll.umcls; , st.olted do; table towels and bird's eye diapers: Hiissin, hiukaback, and Scotch diapers; I'xtra bl'k nnd bro. table linens uti J cloths; crashes and napkins. Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods; plain and fig'd bl'k alpacas; plain, changeable nnd fig'd do; plain Fnglii and French merinos; fi'd do; beautiful patterns of all wool delaines; plain do; rich fui'u and plain brocade silks bl'k and fancy colors; plain, changeable and fan cy lined silks; llritish, French and American prints; brown und M'k muslins, all grades; do 1I0 sheeting:; lie.iulil ul 1' rencli piano an t t.iule covers; do double damask do do do; plain nnd barred swiss muslins; plain and barred jaconets and cambrics; white and col'd tar'.ctoiis; white and col'd crapes and crape leisse; Urccn lk'rogo; bl'k lace veils; demi do; fancy col'd do, bl'k white ami col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents; Ladies silk gloves (kid Iiiush); bl k net mitts, every description; sil!, woollen and cotioti ho siery. A large and be.-.u'.ilul lot of bonnet, tallita, and aatin Ribbons, together with a grc.il variety of notions to which the attention of tht LADiF.S is solicited, Ladies, Misses and Children's coal, calf and kip shoes. Finn lust- ins and kid Raiters and half-eaiier. Hoots, buskins an! slippers. Men's and boy's boots and shoes of every quality. Glass and Queensww e, Grcctrics Soc., all ol which we are offering very low, and will fry to mane 11 to tour interest. 14 irajc wuu us. cuvc us a cull before purchasing, ''tis a t pleasure, and not tusk, to show goods. Yours respectfully, II A WES & ATI M St R OXO. N. B. We wish to buy country jeimea, lin sey, vvooleti aot-ks, beesw ax, feathers, baci() lard, dry liid', raj carpetit j',, II. St A. iip'J 1) - sep2i) YTAftNI-HE1 fl Y, Ito-lnn n Queen City e.,arh, V liirnemr, IraltH.f, iriat, rirel. and ttiate v (truti.lH.il, al man urrn.r.-, prlrt- Uf ,I,I) 7 F. W g. I 1 LI . O Steam Baw and Grist Mill For Salo 'IMIR CNDKUHIflNEI). beinp telrois or movinr 1- Boiilli, clh r' for sale their Haw ami O'tst Mill, sit ntfd at Sei,eerliiiiff in Tike county, Mo. Tlie Inai h'l e-y isron.piiralively ni w and in pon.J running onter. 'Ihnte wi-liii.g to purchase are reipieiited In call and exami'ief.iT llii-mwlvei. far,.4i pd) BItYAN t OOLR. 8pncf r-.tuni;. Anjnst 1, 18"iJ. tlicsn. ;oods ! r i.k-h than roori f II TV I Til l-VST. I.K-m THAN rnnri STTttr nTEP C'Arill .TnHCi UN lllllll nK.TtvrKs MtIN ANI TIIIKIl lTMT U Nt: I.l ma fc AST IH' Til K A Hit V". N uutu Mil. I -l'C eT tlK. rf'HR SIM UPRlnttn l.n-s hir(iraaiwelliiHie.lasrMnenl uf rini7 lli(- i;uiuli, LiiIiii' anil MiW Mninrni rtl ip I" 1 , II kiu mill Sh'nel l.'l-o .-r mm ..null M r Ri-a.; M.-iili- I li,ii,r. AH ! wlilcli I r 111 a.-il ll aril rheaa llian Ihe rhrap.al i-n-r ao'il Iii 1 1 n nn 1 1-a '. nme fine, cnia all!" anil le imivitiri il 01 llie Init ilrnt toll ranaare rrinti :aiinniliei rem. In hiivint rtmr Sniteii.T and f'all l.'iv.,!., w lilie rreai a-iij-n -ii. Sfe 111 lw hail, na I Inlr-nil rtn.lnf mil my fin-afnl amra uf iiif.n leiiMli.e I'nr rnli hi il;l prrrrul. lei man eH-w Vina tVliMl.-l.- i,,rea. tl ill lenien anil l.aitla f'lifM the ritiimry, Hsilllif llniili.lial. Will .lr.r fall and rtamlne nir !.- Lef.ire .iirrli(i.iiifi pla.-n li.-re, fa the iiidiir..tiiiila oltor.ij are mil Iii he iim-i n 11I1 ..rf dnr. l)Minir ! nn nl a lilntnl pionmnr'-. 1 will h alum at wr nil nnil i'yi eirepieft ., if,y in w ml 111 Hi. i... tint i, ,n l. 1,11,1 a- i.i in. ir me n nn n ra'l I It.-ive nlM, a I'.l lit" pritea. Irie. n. Iier-iji-a, l-i-ra.e ai-.irt. iNHinrt. rfip ami aek B)na .aitml!y ,IuiiiuL'i ,1, WI1I1 li 1 will a.-M ai fni. p. In .1111 i-n r il.a.-M i lamlUliinl P. .11 JJuOIIK. p I'll A f,',Tnd RICOAMA CIOARVroTialc bv" M'K J. A. I.N si. 1 1: k. ( 6 " liOAUlJlNG. MRS. CATHAUINF. K HtRUIS, IS rep.ired to accommodate a gentleman nnd hi. w ife Willi boanlin. ami nlst a lew day boa'ders. Kesiitetice on Ilili, between Main auj'lli.id stieets. ocH FrffKaTA VS NMV'uKKTiTlJwrVviiKKM. Out ! 1 i I V ut Ticinau' L'uliinil l'rfiiiia.nl all ili'.ciu.lniet. t t,l .ill tlne-a vrrv lare -roniinnir all tit rnlnra, kntk dry and In nil nil hr wliii. li weean t:ll ai it Votk iiri, ,-. '-:-n. li. r. vvi. 1 zr.Li. it co. I AXTDR fcftVN'SJ pAIMT!l,(ke fte., A Nil Sl'AW 1RTZ S 1 I'Alil.stfKktN.- Ktnl au,imv id art,ca-a limn atMive man llfn litt-.a fce-t tilltaun ') fill luiilt, and Inr :iln v.--y l,,w liv "-- z r . W kTzi;i.L at CO.- Crown Stout. JUsT lereived.a rttrtber mpply of Byars' " T.ON DON l'OIUER" For sale'bv oe7 J. A. 1NSI.EE St CO. -OSFIXTIO.VlliY A N 0 FANCY GOODS! sialtt Slrrrt, llannlbnl, Mo. Wm. Mc Daniel, Rr.SPKCTFL'LLY informs liis friomla and tlie public treneral!- lliat he has nowonhand ;uul will continue to receive a full supply of nearly every article appertaining to his line of business. My confectionary department con sists in nil the finest varieties uf Cindy, Nuts, ltaisins, Prunes, Dates, Fig, Currants. Citron, Fig Paste, Jcllys, Preserves and many other articles too tedioua to mention, all of which will be soldut tlie lowest price. Sundries iissortcd Pickles, Oysters, Sardines, Lobsters, Clams, Pepper Sauce, Catsup, Spices, Star Candles, Tallow do. Fine Sugar, nnd a large lot of Fine Segars, &c., &c. My Fancy Department consists in a great variety of Fnglit.li, French anil German Fancy Goods, musical instruments, Toys, Perfumery, Fine Toilet nnd Shaving Soap, Shaving Cream, Colognes, Fine Pen Knives, Puckct d?, l'.-o. Sirons. Shaving Brushes, Hair do, Cloth do, Blacking do, Combs, Fine Tucking, Hiding, Side andFocket Combs fine ivory, Humbles, i ins. rJeeilles, ork Boxes, Toilet do. Flower Vases, Mantle Ornaments, Fishing Tackle of all kinJd, Clocks, thirty. sit hour, und eight day, very low, a largo assort ment of low nriec Jewelry, and manv other nr- If.- .i... 1I...1 ,..,.,..11., f r...,-.. 1. ileus ii.il hi u uiiaiiv ain . miivj l;i'oii3 store, all of which are offered very low at whole sale or retail; and bust, but not least, I would call special attention to my very large and splendid assortment of Itiflrsnnd Shot Gnus, which is decidedly the largest and best selected stock that has ever been brought to this market, all of which he will sell ut a small advance on ' cost, ns he has found by experience that "Quick S.iL'n and Small Profits" are best. My stock of Shot Guns and Killes embraces all the differ ent kinds and prices, nnd adapted lo all kinds of game. Since our attention has been turned to this branch of our trade, we have been con- vineed that the supply has never been equal to 1 , 1 1 ,1 , , 1 1 1 r 1 1'10 demand, and that tho locality of our city be- jiug iti a game country una our cuizcns 10101 01 j huutini;. 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 puns suitable for all kinds of game, in ev- cry variety of size, style tnd price. Belircrins such an iissortmcnt, sold at low rates, would cominaiiJ the patronage of the citizens of Han- oeiore pnrcii.i-inK c.-evt nei e, s mu t-ci t.u.i 1 can please them as lo quality nnd price. I have also all the necessary accompaniments, such as ll.isks, horns, shot bells, game br.fs, rod cutters, tube wrenches, screwdrivers, powder, shot, lead, &c. sept23-am. Notice To the Stockholders in Ihe Ilmnibal tf St. Josyh Hail road Company. fPAKE Notice, that at a meeting of the Board L ol Directors ol said C ompany held in the City of St. Joseph, commencing on the 11th day cf August, A. D., 1S32, the following resolu tion was passed, viz: ''Kfsolcet, Ihat r.n aihtiiior.-.a call ol ten per cent of the Stock subscribed, be inude, payable on the lJlh day of November, A. IX, IWJ, at Ihe olnee ol It. r . l.altciian, mtlic city ol Han nibal, in the county of Marion: and at (he Courl Houses m the following counties respectively, viz: liijclisrmli, De Kalb, Clinton, Caldwell, Daviess, Grundy, Livingston, Linn, Macon, and Shelby; and that notice be giveH in the pub lic news papers pulililie.l n Hie eoiiiuies through whic'.i the road is to pass, in the man ner prescribed irt the charter." Done by order of the DJurd. iVASIUMGTON JONLS, Secrdary. August t3, A. D. 185. Note. This is the third cull, making alto gether t.t eiily per cent called for up to this time. Stockholders who shall not have paid tho first and second calls, will not be entitled under the Charter, to vote at1 he election for directors. The same rule will exclude Cou ities who have nol issued bonds, or mad-', payments, according to the contracts wiih the Company. It will be important that this matter be attended lo iy sit.eMioldtrs md County Courts who w'nK to vote for Dint-tof. " acpliUd. Arren.i Mill. 0 New Klcur and Fre-b com meat atwart on Iian4 an . can, be bad low lor ca,h. No iliirerenca i the retai" and M-holeaa'e price. Wheat wanted. I K'kVM It. A. H KOUARD3 fc'OX. t.i.M U 1 . 1 a i j:; m iVi Ni i:; 1 f t 'JMlF. SUrtS(TtlHi H, will keep rni..i,lly on hiM -I f .esli biirirf-d Ltine.ior .nlf At the corhof of Hill at d f in tli H-rert. rTlirrttiautof a eoo-l article of I.ittxt wnill do wll loealt on p. WB.LS. H uinil.nl. Augtiil fVth, IHJJ.If T9 BEST. " " Tlie Store House on the corner of FrMtt am! flird trccts. Applv to ' tllOS. McDANKdt.D. Aug. 17, 'C2. fiiulDtf AOTICF.. TS hereby given that the next annua! meeting L of the .Stockholder in the Hannibal and St. .freph Riilrimd L'omany, for the eletrtion of Directors, will be held in (he city of St. Joseph, county of Ktichanan. and Stale of Missouri, on tlie first Monday in November next. Done by order of the Hoard of Directors. WASHINGTON JONES. Secretary. Jpi.!igtistli A. D. 1852. fiiifirovcmont in Antagonistic DvlTtlslrT. Dll. S. II. ANI)EIIS(N would respectfully inform the citizens of llannibaland tovnfry njifrialhj, that he is inserting teeth on an im proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the functions or mastication, cannot bo 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 tho loss of leetli and absorption that he will make them a set that will antagonize or shut together as regular ly and ns perfectly the first time they are put in the mouth, wilhout any grinding or altering, as their natural lectii ever tlid. Any person wish ing evidence of this, if they will call on Dr. A. he will show them several entire uppef and lower sets rihl here in the eitv, and let them judge for themselves. Particular attention Kiven to the treatment of all diseases of the mouth, and the mal-positiou of the teeth. All operations warranted, and charges reason able. N. I). Persons from the country wanting work done, and being unacquainted with the rVue merits nnd tkill of the Dentists in this city, would do well to inquire here in the city, where they are both known. Office over Drittingham's Drug Store. au!9if sTlVTrE & SON, (Sign of Ihe Grand Oricn'al Hack Rooster,) HAVfc just received, per steamers Regulator and John S mpson, a laree and fr.sh importation of Groceries and Lnpiors as follow: New Oilcans S'le.ir, fUcher's S. II. Molases, Belcher's-C'arihed do, Ke-boied plantation do, l!.-eher's Crn-hcd do, Near Orleans do, j' .tr.iereu aug ir, .Belcher's li. Mvrnp, Rio Cotfn. Rice, Impel ial Tea, Young Hyson do, Gunpowder do. Crackers, Mid Candles, Star lio. I.MIUOHS: O'ard ITranHy, Jamaica Rum, V. P. Vineyard ;to, Rastau do, M'lican do, A. cVinellB dc, Port Wmc, .-an (a Cma ito, flew England do, Peach Brandy, Madeira Wine, Sherry tic, iUalaa ito, Holland Gm. All of which we will sell at wholesale or retail, and Hannihal, August Sfitll. Ti2. sUif Notice To milium tufurJ, Tkomat Bnfori, Jtwut Buord, Jbtol.am Imoxl, Mun Hill umt Samet H. UtUt .Imrlia Rail, Thtmas A tind, 4 Mr: Jtlizabtth U'illiamt and htr husband, John mtuimis YOU are hereby notihvd, that I will make applica tion lo the couuty court of Ralls county and State cf Missouri, on the tirst Moniiay in November next, lor aa 01 d r of sale of slat es of Mary B'.ford, deceased. ALEXANDER BUFORD, sep2 ?w Adininistralur au4 oik of the heirs. 300 Of Fillf j' fclrbratrd StoTes! ron saik at 'iiik sr. ldi ij stovk ftote. ryiiK SI 0S( K! BKK takes this ineihod of it.Iorin X ii!: his liicnils and the public iu general, that Ira l as the late si stock ami giealert variety of Stores ever bronu'lit to Hannibal, which he is determined to sell lotr for c. sh. Persons wanting Stoves would do wei to call and exani'n.e his stock, particularly his neve patterns of Pailor S'.otea, among which ait the Gre cian Tailor and Mound Parlor. tj- His motto is " Quick Sales and S.rH ProtVs. Maiu Slier , Tns l'Wr Sturllt of fh Bratljr ilttUjiv, llltuiilltail. Mo. s2 f CARTER W. BRYAN. ii it Uifi.nii.il. ii'ii'liiolii.i-i.Hiiii.h.'ti'Vh.tJ HANNIBAL Mammoth Stove store. ic - x S T. J. li 1 0G W A Y is einplnyed to rarry on fliis e -Isliti: l-in-j.it. 1 keep none Lul the best ol hands, IN AXD SHEET IRON Manufactory and 1 t rp I 1 rtove Vt'aieioiie. Wholesale and Retail. S: f n. llll K.MA., corner 01 maiu ami Bin! 3; t. stteeis, Iiasnow on hand a lare assortment or Cook -X t5iov Heatn.K Moves, and every variety of tin $ f rc, s "n"'? f -" tt uill bakept constantly J S. i n hai.il, tiy additions, as occasion may require. X I .moiiiS fus asoilnieut are tl.e following Cook Slovis. ffi I A 1'O.M STOCK CO's celebrated Prairie J &ale I'ot k Moves, which I will warrant for Cve X J jeaii ; and Irving Air Tiht, (manufactured in I Uaii.cy, 111.) g ;: livit g Aii Tight, (manufactured ut Saiut a: Louis.) X Mar of tlie W4t. The test Premium, (Pittsburtjh.) Calilornia I'ren inm. (t oncy.) M. I.ouit Pieiuiiiini. And olheis, not nienl ionetl. A I see A lot of liicjier Ware, and Tin and Sheet lion Ware. j1 ninth are ollcrad at reduced onres l.if riadv V- 1 01n.tr v nierciiauts aim a. people generally, tt ill find il llidir interest to eat) lieie Im .ne nureliasiiir elsewhere, for I will sell X lowei than ar.y other Inttiseot the kind iu the city, x I lid L'opprr Ukeu in exchange for woik 2g JobS'nj, of every vatiety, iuTm, Coaper kSkd 2 ? M eet fion.doua ut the ahoiteal notice. 5 . 1 . liltl'llftU IcL.ti bin P. A. HICKMAN. I ant Evervbotlj to Read This. WILL merely say . ncwy that I have moved my I Family Grocery and Flour iJ lXpot to South-west eorner of Main and Bird streets, where I ahall be pleased to see toy old friends, new customers, little children, l-wues, 'and the rest ct mankind. 1 1 bave great laatny usrsarj things to sell for the comfort and conve nience 01 fallen limuamtv, utir as grocenea, spices, wash tubs, wash bounds, scrubbing brushes, brooms, s,onp, candle., and tar; together w ilh a rreat many thiiijra that 1 have not got! I also keep butter, cfr-s. and corn md when they are lo be bad; but I always. bave the r nowned C'igle Mills FLOL'll acVnowledgad by ail to be t'.ie beat article ever sold in Hanni bal in f jet, it can't be beut. Everybody cU and sre me, I'm in a hurry this morning n time to talk. Good bye till we meet. aulOttJ j . Tt MCKS01 111! AMt CHUIiRlES, a ItiTue rtir"e. fawstae bf O