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HANNIBAL 'JOURNAL, -APKIL 28, IS53.
i ? WEDNV80AY KVKXINO, APRIL 27th, 1S53. Fai.liko i to tifn Natshai Lr.-t-In wri. ling an article A liort time lince, headed "The Quincy Fraudulent Map," the sentence occur ad, "'procuring money unJer falst pr timers, fee." This looked a little loo strong, and the sentence n altered, to a milder form. The PittsfteU Union, In copying the article, restores the word falst. When therefore, our Quincy friends read that "ihe Quincy faudulent map lint been circulated in the F.ist, palpably for the purpose f attracting population, and procuring monty Her .icic prtlencu of questionable fairness, to build eastern connection," they mul lay the peculiar criminal odor thus given to the charge, at the door of our neighbor of the Vniou. We did not like to be so hard on them. The editor of the Union inserted the ptnilcnliary words no doubt because he thought they ought to be there. From the PilUfieU Union TEX PISS COUHTT KAIL BO AD. The more we acquaint ourselves with the histort of this proposed road the eHVi that have been (ut forth, both fur nnd against it, nnd the unworthy mean resor ted tu defeat it, the more is our indignation aroused and the more firmly nit we con vinced that our county has been foully dealt with, by loul men actuated ly foul nnd sinister motives. Let us look ut the facts. The Naples and SpiingfielJ Riil Uond, Is the last link of n chain ol Kail llad whose various termini lie in the lup t the Eist TV ft i i a- .. f . a rroni iiunninai, Missouri, to 01. josr-pit, a charter for a Rail Una I has ulrc-ndy lii't n obtained, and the rond wiil be built within the time specified by the charter. What that time we do not know, not having at present the means in our possession by whkii to determine the question, lint we believe all ccutede that the road will be fcuilt within the time specified. Just here we volunteer some lufoima nation for our neighbor of the Union. Messrs. DulTk Learned, of New York, last month took the contract Tor the construction of the whole road from Hannibal to St. Joseph, at $23,000 a mile, the entire work to be complet ed in four years. Last Wednesday (20ih April) they sub-let the first twenty-five miles at this end of the route. The work at this end will commence about the middle of next mouth; will be rapidly prosecuted in a permanent man ner, and twelve months from this time, the road will probably be in successful operation for a considerable distance west of this city. At St. Joseph on the 10th of next month, the first twenty-five miles at the other and of the route will be sub-let. Tit rc.-ii:::Jcr cf the line, extending a dis tance of over one hundred and fifty miles, will be placed under contract as soon as the same can be prepared by the engineers. Our friend of the Union will thus perceive that we have gone farther than merely obtain ing a charter. The sooner the Pike County Railroad is built the better. If any one will glance at these maps he will see that the Pike County Railroad is iht Road that should be the connect inr link between Naples and HatmiLul, It is, ikt route because it is the dirtct one. It is the ne which should be built. It is the one that win ie Du.n, unless ine cap ia.ms oi me cast subdued ns t0 render liln pra(jcniv worth give, credence to the. fraudulent map, f the J J K ,,el.tf0,.e, ihough'unt.am- route that have been placed in their hand by a; j i . .- . i j i few designing and interested men in and about ,,,elled instruction-, is strongly advised Quincv. ,0 relm n ln eighteen month.". And should We are prepared to prove to a demonstration 'w winters pass over the party ere we hall that the proposed route through Pike county is their return to receive the reward which is the thorttr route by some 3G miles ; and any onej their due, our people will not fall into the can see it is the most direct. What is the route, English error of waiting four years in by tho Quincy Road? Simply this: It is t. j doubt as to their condition but will send atart at Naples; then it runs in a northeasterly ; at ,.fe a pai-,v to determine their fate, direction 6 miles, till it gets to Meredoeia; there ' Uml fpeeii tl,u,'n, and give them that mic it .ro.se. the river, and rnn. ... a northwest ,1,- c js n,)()Ve ot,ler war,u Taction 18 miles, till it reaches Ml. Sterling;1 r ,, . , , , - , . j i .II -. i i of their adventurous toils, thence almost due west 17 miles, till it reaches I Clayton; thence it runs southwest 23 miles till It get to (jiuncy t thence it runs i almost outherly direction 20 miles till it fin ally rvcli es Hannibal: that is if it take that rou'e. They are however attempting to run il to Palmyra, which is t.nnewhat nearer. Now, we leave it with the reader wat ever route more zig-iag? more outrageously crooked? Diiet any one suppose that capital ists, with a full knowledge of these facts will lake ttork in such a route, when it is known that the Pike county Railroad route is Sti miles barter, and not near at zig-zag, nor half so bard to trad? If they do, they surely will ne( act with their accustomed sagacity, that is eertatn. But wo nut close for the present. We ask tko reader to parsuo the articles, found in an- ht colman, from the Hannibal papers. Tho D reetor of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad will meet here nest Monday, when Ike depot will be located. Tho rieor rote two inches last night. The Dubueue, arrived from Galena this morning, re ports the river rising all the way down ; and that the Desmoines, out of which a large por tion of tho water hat been supposed to come, is low aad falling. Dr. Hontoa will preach at the Christian Church next Sunday evening, commencing at early candle lijlit. - Qciea TasNsiT. By yeslerdny morning's mail we received a copy of Arther' Home Gazette, bearing date Saturday, April 23d! Arther'a Home Gazette it printed In Plnladcl rhia. There can be no mistake about the dale. New dLrAs, April 23 The Independence, after striking', finally wung round broadside to the beach, when the eoal took fire and entirely destroyed her. The passenger caved, 270 in number, were on a barren, uninhabitable island, without water, 1)6 hours, and suffered dreadfully. They finally attracted the attention or a whaler a tv miU oil, who came to their aitante u'h prc;l-i li ana' rescued the ur Ivors. m From Ilia New York Daily Timer. Search for Sir John Franklin Dr. Kane a Expedition. By reference to our snec'inl te!ecran!i di. patch from Washington it will be cen that lu- u. Kane, having jusji compleied his ainiegemeOH and received hit final in struction from the Navy Department, ex pect to tail for the Aictic Ocean ngain.on or before the 1st of May, in search of Sir John Franklin, nnd his company of long lost navigatois. The enterprise In which this intrepid officer and his gallant bind have engaged with such soulful! ardor, com mend itself with especial interest to every American heart ; and no statement of their hopes and pUns, or the provision for their own comfort and safety (if there can be comfort or safety in any degree on such an occasion,) no mutter how detailed, can fail to be rend with surpassing interest. The name aud fume of the irrrat Navigator, whose fate is now sealed up in the icy con fines of the fsr north; the touching and elegant efforts and sacrifices made and en dured, sought, by his noble wile, who, with woman's heart, still hopes against hope, that he may yet again be restored to her ; nnd the quite recent Grinnell Expedition, which shed so much honor upon its projec tor, nnd those who carried out his benevo lent design-', have ull contributed to make the history of iSir John Franklin a? familiar to Ui till as a household word ; hut the dreadlul doubt still impends, nnd only adds hourly to our interest in even the least point ol any project for iis solution. Dr. Kane n expecud to proceed nt once to the head waters of IJ;illiu Bay, taking in a his way, several dog ttams from vuri- ous points on the coast of Greenland. It is ul-o in anticipation to cuie the services ol several 1 squior.iux, the fi ieiidly officers ol the Danish Governrucut at Cope nhtigeri having been obiiMied to lacilitate that ob ject. Upon reaching the ultima 'll.ule of Navigation, a sort of "forlorn hope" of not more than twelve nun, will leave tho brig, take two sledges drawn by the dog teams, and continue their journey over the great frozen ocean, pursuing a due northern line, in search of that mysterious water, the open Polar Sea. The sledges, in addition to their scanty cargo of food, will carry nn India rubber boat, spread upon baskeior wicker work a valuable suggestion by Mr. Bennett, agent of the Stanton Life-Boats. Dogs wili be ued freely to carry out depots of food (or the little party. Once reaching the Polar1 Sea, if they should be so fortunate as to find such a w.ite this side of dreamland, the search of Sir John Franklin will be guided by the terms of his instructions from the British Admiralty, and be pursued until his book of fate is unsealed, or the ashes of hope shall have become the blackness of despair. Dr. Kane has been strongly urged to attempt lint nolutio:. of w vexed questions of Geogiaphy in relation to the continuity of Greenland ; but he regards it incumbent upon himself to confine his ef forts to the great object of search. We have ul ready said, the little band of dating spirits will .sail within a few days on their mission of mercy- But when will they return ? The querv brings before as most vividly all that must be met nnd en- facilities for lying and electioneering with all dured, ere home is seen again. The vessels' 1,,lir w111' and influence. Temperance Or are provisioned for three years, but the ex-;San penenceol all Polar trawlers seem to show, inni niter me lust winter in mat region, the adventurer's effective energies are so New UsLiiNU) April 23. The steamer United Slates, from Aspinwall : in five and a half days, reports that the steam ship lmh'piMitleiice is a toiul loss, she ran ashore on shoals near the Mareuretta Islands, and afu-rtvard took fire. O it of nearly 500 passengers who uudeitook lo swim ashore, 140 were drowned. The election for the U. S. Senator to fill the Vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Suule, will tako place on Tuesday n-xt. The most prominent candidates are Gov. Hebart and Mr. Shdcll. BOOSIBLI. Tlio Lnwrencobureh (Ind.) Register svs, that on tho niht of the 7ih inst., Sumuel II'mIko anj wife, of Leaii township, whilt under the the influence or liquor, quarreled, which ended in the death of the husband. So far as i known of thia tragical affair, it appear that the woma't bore two severe wound upon her head minuted by a hatchet which mad her insensible for tomo lime, while on the bed was found Ihe lift-leae body of her husband. It Was thought that li had (hue fallen asleep, and the wife had in thia condition killed him. Col. Fremont has bought the riilenoe orno aite the President's House, erected by the late Muthew St. Clair LIurk, lor the sum of $J0, 000. This is one of lie finest dwellings in Washington. STAtarro En vitorts. The stumped envel opes contracted to be furnished to the U. S. Government by Mr. G. F. Nesbitt, of New York, will ba ready for delivery by the first of Juno next. A large quantity are all ready pre pared; but specimens are not yet exhibited. Bite of Mad Dous. An Englith journal says that tin old Saxon has beon using, for fifty years, nnd with perfect success, n remedy for the Lite of mad dogs, by the agency of which lie has rescued many fel-low-beings urtd cattle from the fearful death of hydrophobia." The remedy is to wash the wound immediately with warm vinegar or tepid water, dry II, and then apply a few drops of nniriatin acid, which will de stroy the poison of tho saliva, or m utia!'i!o it, and the cure i effected. Noam Caeou. -The treatment the tem perance men of this Stata received at ihe hands of the Legislature just adjourned, gives us, and should thrm,greul encouragement. When tliera is a good denl of fuss made it is pretty suro somebody is hurt, and when an an tagonist in discission begins to olue the ether side, it is generally fair to conclude that he feel his position to be untenable. More limn 12,000 voters petitioned for a repeal of the present li cense law tho-presentation of whose memorial to the House was followed, from the account giv en by the Spirit of the Age, by the most dis graceful proceedings ! the members became per leelly rampant; and the "proposer. of the reso lution was compelled to withdraw it, to save the character of Ilia House. Such character as that we are very rauclisjf list opinion, is tcarce ly worth, having. A few days after, a similar Tricmurial, signed by 10,000 voter, and mora than 4,000 ladies and joutli, was presented in the Semite, and was treated in about the same way. The signers were called fuiiatics; one Hon. gentleman said that the Sons of Temper ance if their petitions were listened to, would soon become greater nuUanoes than the grog shops. Another moved that "the memorial be not received," and immediately after, a counter memorial,' signed by about sixty names, whose language was abusive and insulting to Ihe tem perance men of the Slate, was received and or dered to be printed. All this is delightful. It gives us a better opinion of the condition of the movement in the State, aud of the activity of the men engjged in it, than we havo ever hitherto had. If all the labor that U lost in the world, were only ex pended on something that would preserve it, what a world we should have. Washington, April 23. The Intelligencer publishes a letter dated Santa Fe, Feb uaiy 28, nnnouncing the In tention of Gov. Lane to take posxtsskni, on his own account, of a portion of the Mexi can territory. The Union announces the appointment of Mr. Borland as Minister to Central America; Ciias. S. FitAi.r.Y, of Ohio, Chief Clerk of the Land Office, vice Cabell, re moved. A large number of Clerks were discharged from the Pension Office to-day. Miior Stevens has nearly completed his preparations for the survey of the Pucfie rail road, l.ieut. Duncan and sixteen others have been sent to Orceon via the Isthmus, to start from Puget's Sound and meet the exploring par ty in tlib mountains. Another division of the parly has been for some time in Canada, collec ting information from the Hudson' Bay Com pany. There is no moment like the present; not on ly so, but, mnrever. there is no moment at all, that is, no instant force and energy, but in the present. The man who will not execute his resolutions when they are fresh upon him can have no hope from them afterwards; they will be dissipated, lost and perished in the hurry and skurry of the world, or sunk in the slough of indolence. 5eir-lulture. A vote has been taken in the State of Rhode Island on the question of liquor prohibition. Ihe rum pun ws complete!? r"wl, as llirv have been and will be everywhere, when the naked question is submitted to the sovereigns. What awful liars they are who any the people are not in favor of the Maine Law! Those who claim we are fanatical and in advance of popular sentiment have not a single fact to sus tain the charge. And the friends of rum every where are afraid to go to the polls with all their Ak IstroaTAiiT Question. The following question was propounded by an anonymous Scotch maiden, inanv years ago, but to our knowledge has never been answered : If a body meet a body coming through the rye If a body kiss a body, need a bony cryr no fur as we are informed in such mattirs, we do not hesitate to express our opin ion, thi.t under the circumstance there is nut the slight est occasion for tears. The prices of Iron, say the New Y- rlc Mir ror, ar? receding again, nnd il is the opinion of intelligent dealers. I hut a considerable fall must ensue. Scotch pig, which has been selling here at (40 per ton, is only 53 shillings aterling, or about $12,. at G'axgnw. The draft of ships to Australia ha rendered it difficult tu freight foreign Iron to advantage. Ii Aiioli'.ioaUt Convinced. Under this caplion a Holly Spring, Mis., corresuondent of the Memphis Eicle and En- quirer ri lutes the subjoined anecdote : The followingamusingacene actually oceurrcd last summer between a citisen ot our town and a Yankee on board of one of the Northern steamboat, perhaps upon the Hudson. Our Southern friend discovered a disposition. in a very genteel looking mau on board the boat to open u chat with him, and nothing loth to hear what his friend wished to say, indicated by hi manner that he was approachable, where upon the following dialogue ensued: Yankee "Well, ir, I with te ak Jo a uesticn; I hope it will be no offence." Southerner ' Certainly not; 1 will lietea with rjleasure." Y. "Well, ir, ia il true that they work ne e-roe in the plough at the Houthr S. "I will answer you in the favorite meth. od of your countrymen Ly asking you a ques tion or two." Y. "I admit the r igtil, air." 8. "How many nrgre fellows tie you aup pose it would require ti draw a good hrge on horse pliniKlir Y.-"Wcll, I auppoaa us or aeveu ssy seven. S. "Well, air, an 4 what era they worth per head?" Y.-Wall. 1 aunpoae 80O." S. "Thut wouU be $5,1300. Hon, what would ont large airong horse coatr" Y. i guess about $ 100." Upon thia the Southerner looked a little quia zically at hie neighbor, who, without waiting to hear the conclusion, stuttered and stum uiered : .. "Well, I I I knew it was a d d lie !" For Kent. ROOM on the tower floor and alt of th floor l. above, fin two rooms.) of Ihe house laielv cc cunied bv Mr. V. Bell, ard next dooi to Mesrs. Curt h. Ijicaiwooil on of th bett lorat ions in tUmiiba lor a boot and shoe maker, or saddle and harms ma ker, in fact, a meckw.le of any kind, for in run ap ply early to lUnniM, April S7tli, H,3-ll For Hit Hannibal Journal ' Mr. F.niTO! per nit malliniih th sn4iom ofjtfiir ptpcr, to almoin ca to ill tthtm il mf, that I have lkn Hie lltitrlf of witlHrawini; from th juris diction of tha Episcopal Church in this pls as I have very touscientions rtuons far s doing MILLICF.NT t. HOLLIOAT. 1anmal, April S&ih, 1853. A FATAL AITKAT. A dir.cullv occurred on Tuesday afternoon, the 19ih, at tho drutn shop of Robert Moore, in this city, between Andrew Ramsey and Win, Carlner, in whiuli the former stabbed the latter with a bowio knife, inflicti2 a severe wound on the right tide, which occasioned tho death of Cartner on Thursday evening about sundown. we understand that it wat occasioned by a dispute tbout Ihe division of profit growing out of some kind of rsniblinit co-partnership i bat had existed between them. Wo make no comments about the provocation, leaving that to be determined by a judicial investigation. Uumscy left when the act was committed and although the proper course haa been pursued to apprehend him, lie has not yet been taken. lit is, by birth, an Irishman, and has lived in Boon villa ncarlv two vears. durinp which time he has C j c een employ ad as a bar-keeper. Cart ner has resided in tlus county abiut SO years, and wat, by birth, an Englishman. He leaves a widow and five or six children. Il will be seen by an advertisement in another cniumn. that ailOO reward i ottered tr the Mvor to secure th arrest of Ratnsev. We have just been informed lince'th above was written, that upon a Cist taortem exarr.ina lion of Cartner, it wni discovered that the knire had cut off a pieco of tho brest bone, severed two rihs, cut through the diaphragm, and passed through tha lower lobe of the right lunir. His physioiant stale thai it wat impossible for him to live under the circumstances. Boon ville f IS1 I wurcrvcr, on. River ttill rising. Hannibal Yl'holceale Market. hKNisL, Mo., Aran. 14, 1853. FLOUR-Fine Cily Breads, ft. ' Siinertlne, $1 Si. WHFAT-5.VC3c'iji bushel. ('ORN-9.Vij;.1u 1 bushel. OA lS-SSUSOc ? biulisl. HF..MP Coo.t-4 evl. TOBACI O 2 M);5 00 ? twt. HAY-40'4M)c V cwi. ALT Kiiiu !i. 4i c: C. A. $1 SO. LAKD-7alc & n. I'ALl OW-oSe . COUS MEAL-4O.I.50C V bukel. FL4XSKI D-75'Sc V bushel. Wi.OI - 16'aSOo s . HU 'ITKIt-2uc V lb. KGGS 5'6c rloren. ATPLF-S Drird.ll Ss, Grrtn, SJ40. PKALHKS liil, $2 50 $3-o. SUGAR Va7c j lb. MKLASF.S-:t5ri45e r.lloa. COFKKE lOpcjil'lc . I'OTATOKS-isi?h, 30 a 60c j Swtft, l 0. (MONS-S0'b0e buihel. BACON 6jc, Uog ronl. ST rK Co.aI, IKiaic 3 bushtt. WHIIE BKANS-$1 u$t bO WHIbKY City B ands I'le sj gsllon. HIDr.S Dry 71'aK!CJ Green 3c. RAMNS $3 iQci$. Notice. rPHK firm of Carts, Lockwood A Colcmtn, have this I dar dissolved by mutual consent, nur business Hill con! iuue under I lie nawi- oi' Cui's & I-CCkwerMl. who will pay nil rfemai.da against I lie late Fino, and Receit lorsll mone) s due the same. April Si, JeS3. A. C'UKT. E A. Ll'CKWOOD. MONUUE CoLEMA.H. Thankful for past favors, ai d in want of more, would call the attention of Ui Ladies and Gentlemen to our new stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, Which we piedge ourselves to sell on lair trims aad reasonable prutiis. R-siieclfiiMy Yours, (ap 2ii-d2iiwlt) CURT A LOCKWOOD. Wagons, Horses, Oxen, Carts, Wheel-Barrows, PLANK ROAD STOCKS, &c, &c. WILL POSITIVELY be sold at TUBLIC AUCTION, to the highest bidder, without reserve, on Saturday, the 7th of May, In front of Wetb & Knnkel's Livery Stable, in Hannibal, 50 shares ($25 each.) of stork in the Hannibal and New Lmidon Think Road and Bridge Co.; CO shares ($50 each,) of stock in the Pittsfield and Florence Plank Hoad Co., Ills.; 5 wagons, 10 horses, 4 carts, 4 pairs ol oxen, with chains, yokes, Stc; 1 large truck for hauling saw logs, JO wheel-barrow, 4 large cooking stoves; a lot of picks, mattooks, shovels, tic, and a lot or beds, blankets, coverlets, crockery ware, Stc, Stc. J. . DKADI, Agent of Geo. Harrison. Hannibal, April 26, 1853. ap'20d7tw2t RAILROAD DEPOT LOCATED! It is not yet determined hrr. But C. W. BRYAN want i$lO,00O in Oolcl, At the St. I-ouis fitov Stare, for wbich I will git in (acbanc, rillay'a tcletrair1 (kansr Oam ' 1'suueer t wols !, At llaLowm 4'h Piic. T Si. I-ouis Stov St. re, Main Street. w door North of tl Itraily Houe. t. W. Bits A!t. (ascna-a-woioi -A LEETIX- AHEAtl ! I ! frr i he " iEorLEa s iduiy a rHtsri) SUPPLY OF 4.0OD8, eansistiiw af Ike usual riirieiiea and ailunted to the rreiil ail 4i a caiDiut - l.arjlrSlo Ilia assort men! of l!rt l vie BON!ET .m s wnu d i-.nclive iv lnvre ine euenuon ui Same of which tie indeed very handsoai ri4 fine, al f lower, Kibbons, Dreaa (i0(l, incn Waail cm tari, bleeas and Cuffs. Uo Kinbroidered Hendkar cheifs, Kid Glovei. Silk Mils, Lac VnU, lapes. urn im. and aundiv other ailiele loo tedious to metal loa The r.entleinni will limit lha'-TOS" 1 1 the way of a line llit.altja fine lot ol Bints, qillo thos ual By the "Judge,"' ai.d, of cour-e.mueh lowert we have -perhapi," the finest gentlemen fanry Kid Glovr you know "on. Indeed, not to particularise, we wish itdislincllv uwleralood bv H these prent nut come, that we have and. iulend lo keep on baud, (not i hit lot. but others instead) a e-ueral aiorlsnul af D y (ioodi, Qnienware, G ootui t, ilaidwae, .c and that weiell ai low at the lowest: anj w pa lie ularlv and "most ichpecully" invile all of ear old cuttoineis and fri-nd,and th public at large, te re member us, and we promise to ti ad on th ''mutual" prinriil, ai d will uc our endeavoia I giv entire MtittacOoii la our eus'omers. 1 am also Agent for V. N. G. ecu's Cordage Faela ry, and keep oi band packing yarn, bed cords, halt ninra wina. trt..and can hav any article maiafac liiml'kl Ihvthcite'.i nolire bv order lirini: left U;'Se Vor.. ( nil.lTvJinl V KEUCHKVAL. Af-wj A Great Keductlon in the Tricc.3 of DIM-GOODSII - Anil In all the different Kinds of Gooi usually kept It IfAonlbal - We hv just reeeived IU IAROE9T AND TUB MOST TA8TT STOCK t all i-id ef tuji s ' ' bbthl lo this ity, snd will sell the-n elxaper thaa wo hverer tm Ooo4t fell tt West T XW : imk j Ci'j. Wt will stll to all of our old fi iends, 0o4 on a rsasonstU tsims as call be bMlit la ft. LaMtis, . ... Wholesale or Rotaill : ;- IWI believe a word ant ilrou tome and f for voursWs,fr Prices here hate DetliMi. W hhr st.1! UrLotf " m n larpeiini oi ail sasaci anu s'i"irll - ' Ranis and a Icr'nd tasty asinrtme.it of Jud as' Shoes af all kinds. P.irnl.. all teWt attd Prlrasi fcS) ' I nets, lli" Dre S.ik fioi$l i ) per yard, down to Chinjeabl Si'ki fn 7 j tents pryrd a rote tm4 to ortmentof Liwnij llar.j'da Lollies, IIjIs, Csps.snd a . LARGE LOT U( Qfa rier Qnatl'T and Netnes--nl to6tvry IT Borne Mxchaats will tell you Uaods bsv raiataiea rent, at (apil -stJcutr-) Down Go tho Prices! lClicnpTMciits,,,' CiUICK BALES AND Small Frofif9 AT THE One Price Store. ON BIRD. BETWEEN MAIN AND THIRD STREETS, rpHE (CnS'CniGF.R returns his sincere llianks lo A the euUens of Hannibal ami vicinity, i'arltca lry It tht Larlut," Inr tlirir liberal patronage, and be hopes to merit a continuation ol the same. The proprietor will conduct his biumeiscnth same plan and pnucipiea mat line is:aDiinn.iiis in new York and Boston are now conducted. He will adhere striclly lo the "ONE PRICK SYSTEM." Kvery irliela will be marked al Hie very " Lowest Price," and no variation will be made, unUts for dainaee. No misrepresentations or undue oreinr will beallowed. It is mr deteiminalion to do a strairht- lorward and honorable business, and free from Ihe tricks so common to th trade, and to make my estab lishment an attractive and desirabl resort lo purcba era, for auythii f under Ihe name of Dry Goods. No pains will be snared in nrocurine for any custom ers wilioW dtlay, such aiticlcs which ar nl to b- found in this market. Buying only from the Impo'trrt.tni the best What, sal Hoiiies in St. Louis. M selection arc made with rreat rare, as io Eltzactef Style and drtifity I will he in re.-eipt of rood weJrfif so loir a asvits tic remains open. Which will enable m at all times to have a complete assortment on band, forth inspec tion of those wihii( to purcbai fancy, Variety, and S apl Dry uooa. My stock cousisls. In part, a follows: Prints. Merrimack, Coeheee, Phillip Alleu's, Hamilton' Lobe. J. nunnell's. American. Snracue. Globe. Man- chea'er, Mu fielii, Providence, and Bloomilale. all of which are -Renowned' lor teiegiuce oi otyie. tmi Cotrs' and durable, prices ranging fiom 9c to 11. Lawns. 30 pi. from the celebrated factory of Hartmami, 101 30: Kuncv Kaihionable Gingham Lawn, 35c: Painted Jaconet, 40c. Bcragc Dc Laincs Faskioiiabl S yles 20c, 23c, 2Sc, and 33c: for snper fin. Silk Bcrajrrcs. Most beautiful patterns nd fafhionabl tyle, 33e, 35c, 43c: Sattin. striped both ways. 5.)C: plain, pink, blue snd blaca:, 40c: fancy aila tissues, 60c: black, do 50c. All Wool Dc Laincs. Pins, green, blue, bhek and mode, 65c. Silks. Black, at $1 10. $t.l5 $1 2n: wVered. at t M: fncy fiiured. at 97e l. fl 10. $1 I J and $1 25: Klnr ence sill.. all tour, Un ih-m s. a. Wlcfe: Si mu lin. Viclory lawn, Jacoi ', Brd mulin, Kmbioi deied Si-s. Capnet. one piece s perSne: Whit Demi- ty: F ciicli woik.i g Cotton, linen n MS. ISiiiulrics. Pspereombrics, ill eolnt-: Irish llneB: pillow ease da Russia linen ulieeiinjt. 9-4, 70:: bleached sheeting 10-4 and 12 4: T.'bl Hiaper, H 4: B eachej Muslins: Brown Sheet i e 4-4'HJ-: Saperflne 4-4 Ticsing, SV: Guoi 7-8, at ine: Coitouades and Denims for Chil dren's wrar. at l2e(q2Hc: 4-4 B sys Uueo. A complttr assortineut of Hosiery and Gloves: French Kmbroniered Collars, unaersieeves, ana u. C. Handeithrifn: L'nen HBdkrcheif. at Vie to 40: Kmbroideied do, $1,50: Silk Veils, l tl,t: Comason, at UQc: Hair nnd Tooth lirUshcs. A varietv of Combs: Pvjf Diess Buttons. Pearl do: Agale White arid Colored, 3 dosen for S els: Cot'an lj.ee and raging: l.isle and thread Kdfiug: Kwies and Jackonet F.i'g'ng and Insertings, from lie lo40c: Ivory Perfmaterft- ul be A large assorlmet oi Sila Parslols, at 5e to It: Latest Stylo of lionncl nnd Cap Hihbons. Alt-ut ii hftiin a rnmntele Si or a of t.bhT WorS tad. at 1 cent ner Saein, Woikii t Canva-a: PetfiKsted iiimt. ttt vav nei H:ieei. Jlilt Not I'aner. Fancv anj Blue letter d: Foot r..,. -.i,r S'.nvelnhea: Pain. While and BulT do: St. el Puis: Ivoiv Pen Molden: Copy Bsocal fte aost fei.,.. .i fl IS. Pneili. iw: wwjw ,v .. . Black ami lied Ink. as. irinil iiinBir Vesta, at Mr t 11: a small Let r iik lured Wiuier Vast, wi I b closed oat at 75c, worth tl,2a. Lad.es Must' and Chiiaren' ( Bhoes and Gaiters. From th ainst common to the wont li.ty, IB Latt ty": tnfent' Soil Jorcc: llb'e, IHiylB Hen's c .n nrogan. ... , a a-. . t-W- 1 - I.I. asVakaa ftaarinaa- taa all sbjmIsb TH cititt nf Mnnibul, tnU Wrlon vti4 U ad wtitinff unlit... rrcuuiiy wnvit J .-L. al.sa astat I latlOV tar itsaTann ni inv aiiitcaa on visuiui - j sir that ilie style, ifanej, dnrabiliii and frit e H food ill mel iaepproiiiwB oi am KEMEMBCR lilt x LAu aiua, anru sum ni si ussir a - . . s unnftr fiittith cX Sick s Ufa w TtmUy Csrocry, ii Maiket street fT'HF.V lak H'is meihod of informing th r.iiicas X of Hannibal and vicinity, that they have. pnea . r&niiiv mrnrv a'ote on Market slri-et, immedi ately north Of tile rrlarket house, where they intend keeping all kinds o: oroceriei hiiici m i" ..-. W intiiwi keening on hsnd all kinds ol maikelii.g, aad will be pleased to see our fiiendu at any time svhtnlhej nua to keep Fieb Meals on band liming lb wintei ..nn. As mo have the best opportunity of piirch rant anvtliln in our nn. uw. sing Fowls, Vegetable, Ac., it w'U b to every sainV interest I call n eaamin, befoi purcbasa.g ! vt'iern, t we will have everything that su b '- la'mtd at th maiket bouse during ine fls. ov7if SMilrt DIC. "v7h&laal drbcerie frWht elieap.) Ofl ilOGSUKADS ..r PRIME SUGAR. Oil 15) SACKi! of fRIMC RIO CO Kit COKFtr jnt arrtMil. T. R. SKLMES. . k. . . ' Jk m ft a . . . - , i , . ... , . CLU TAi I iN O, ' i t perron. : ' ' . it iter cr;., nm v.aoas nav una at it Bftb eao E. k O. W. tIAkYJCIirs , ; CHEAP STQI4. FISTULE IN ANNON CURED, Ani atl oihtrditwu ptriaming to A rHkM , ttttk t filn, VC ' ; 1 -r. ,-. J DR. G. M.KIGHTLEY.of Ky.,l.s Ue4se4:-, near New London, Me at which pUt B con be seen at all times, except when tent on professional business. 1 11 tftltU without the ue of the knife or lance. Jl 1 will alio practice upon tha priDdpte mi jc4v etas no rAV, and with little pai to ih patient. All persons desiring lo act hira had better write to know when and whars) he can be seen. He will treat all cans : planed under his care at St. Louis. annW, hoi or New London, and if he does not give perfect satisfaction after ondertaklnf ' the case he Will defray all expenses tacur red. Letters post paid or personal appll i cation to Dr. G. M. KNIGTLEY, New London. Mo. ap-23w-6tn'. The Cheapest ever, FOB SALB , .. , JCJBtsja.mriWK'atmavBl. J. P. liATBURN. : WE ar s1Iip5 our goeds ol at saeb pries m will ' nabl pcrions wanling Roods t bay mtm (! . for less money than was ever don before u. UaaiatkaU Our stock of foods is eomnMe in - ALMOST EVERY VARIETY , common to uses and wants of avery persoa. Alt W ' want is a call tv eonriae tk pvopf of ibe fact. I purchase my foods for casb, and a ry lew ratee is hicb will enable me io . , ' SELL VERY CHEAP, Our stock consist in article as follow: ill Boots and Shoes, all kinds; i , Hardware assorted; - j S J f ( Queens ware 'very late stylet; Clot ning cut to lite f alt kinds and varieties! Cksb pai) for Whrat-Mep of tha market. . Our customers will alwava tod W At. P. OWSUTf ready to wait on them. KemeiTDer in store, j. p. KATBUK!t,Craitt!at; Row, (opposil the Biady Itoas.) (nya-lt) New Cigar and Tobaees S(r) AT THE WtfTWAM IN SHOOT ai DAVIS MtfT BUILDING. I V COMMERCIAL HOW. . . a LEEK h. ARBOJ AST hereby inform their fri4s and the public generally that tny new accuUy , room in SHOOT 1 DAVIS new boikllnf. wbera they are prepared la 11 all order ia their line, a np, . il not eneaper, akn any oiner nous in in ny. laey. have a choire selection of Tobacco, Ctgs, Snuffs,' Pine, tc. lut.i and Ibet Caa truly v tbtle stock ml goods is the largest, best end saest eenplete assert Tb following eomnns a pari or Iktir BrsSnSst JO.WXl Kl Sol nerliasi S . , . c 4,000 L Union do. 6 0i m La Paloms do. . . 5.000 La Normal; 20,000 Jusfo Sant PriBtlpesj . 1 &,0u0 Catadoras; S.OOO Ptanlatient ' ' i ' 13100 Cmmon Res;atU ' - i . 10 000 Hsif pauisbt , . : v, 20,000 Mele . , ' . '. Virrrinia ftieivitnv r&to'eAA- t: ' i. ..; ,' r.'l Vv"in. Hare's. Jefte It are's, iimti Thosams. Vd ata Halsey's Tobacco. , . ' Alissottri lobaeeo; -.:fL D.J. Garth's Ntf. 1; Hendirjons Ko. 1; FutsWa No. I; JimUon's S o I; DansaiaB' Cherry Jujm j Motfctt Ai Hain' 5 IyiHp. , y ,yr' AH of which vi will tell low for cash. " mch24-wtt LF.Ett It ARBOO T Received AW lot of Imperial Clgee. ,. 1 : ,. CHARLES O MARTI!4i wm. A. ttAatifs Martin & Brother, No 118 Main St. St X nlja ' No. 113 liroalwajri Nam To ft. MAMMOTH STOCK OF EPRtXa q ui w Ssi:it sr..ar; W are new manufacturinf Ika Urtesf n ksest cuuilele hi OCR ol SPKlJiO CbUlUtQ vw tf fered ta Ik Public and kr 1U Br.t of March will hare it completed. Our FALL BALES farlkci eui eSiiectations, thai we were ealirelf ot af node. and were compallad to itiMppoint hundreds of eui. mers. ut lar me appfoarhmg season r (Call ca. deavor I manuraclunt a stock that will supply act wh lavor us with Ibeir patronage. It ia la bat of great bargains, as it is a fact acknowledge by all oho kav purchased ot as, that eaa aaa W aefl sletking twa paya them better aaa sell. asT lUuias u r i. . . . .i ., . .. . .t k. . r can, aaa wo win ee.w faw. i XT Mattb Large Salts snd siaall swaCt. MARTIN fc HKOTHKI, Xe. Ill Bioadaay I ( Na. IIS Haiai rsi ii a. r e. Zjaais. feblUlf TEk Wf. HSalll T)OQ H ANNUAL, MO. T. LOUIS, MtKOVXI. klHiosa Vt tMalasjj ieaetel oaaiaot raaacr scmnajt UoeriitLe & tlcrU, ( Lai TwicheU 41 Mapidte,) Tomer roi.iinerelal and Pine strerta. stLswi. CON61GNMKN band Coasaaissiun will uett wita nroinnt ud praenal alien I ion, ad liberal r ( will be given a CoDaiguaaeats e ttilli af Lading mauna. Th lorwarding d recelvkg ef merrkandiu aa produre will meet wilk especial ear aad dipalrk tk loaStl rates of lree,lil wilt always pfoeartd, aad ihe expense ol storage aad arayag aa aaaca as pai. bl avoided. Urlers tot iiursnasirg tiUca al I a aaeiieti esaica ni lowest niarkst prices. , ; . , aarscs: , . J. E. Walsb, i Pge A; Bacon, ' ' Cbarl-, wJawv Co., S 91. Lui , i Coots J k. Valle, . f , ,..r Deao, King fc Co. Blow A 5Uin, a ) .. . ." Froal 4k r crrt, w Tosl. brle A M.g, J -X. c. To k he 1 1 A. Co,, New OrUau. -W Wave trt opH policy Ot lusuiance, wbich will ester all sfe'puienl to our mldrei, when advtvaa bf tetter f" a"'1- r wbv eutaisoa an bill laimg belot. ai al lb Uuva ol tiupmein. r, MOUBtDCE 8'. I.v.lWso. W, fi Mr.lLU t i i o (J o o wiwisjisjr;vavw ,14r fsayfllS".-' aa, i ' J'T"" ui iipn' : 'w , ... c " (.") " ' tsyT ptm wTT aaawysatk, aUH. v.-.