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1 1 I ; - "' 4? r o "A " V r--.-..-t-'-"sC JllANNiBAii JOURNALS MAY 121853. Tl J)AY F.VEMNG, MAY . PV-J. . $"7 We ttnUersiavid thct ha county court, Jming it present sitting, bus rtrdert'd the sense of the people uf thi cin'.jiy to be taken uncm the ...proposition that the county subscribe $100,000 !. to tiio KorlU Missouri Railroad, provided the road tuns through or w ithin 12 miles of Paring "J or rjO.OOO if it run through any port of the county. The vote to be tiken ol the riunk-rd election, on the lat Saturday in this month. We take the obove from the Pari Mercury, snd suppose it wet written for that paper ; .but we can't be certain, for they steal about a page of editorial every week, and tin - one know when any thing is original willi ; them. .' Ma. Enivoa i ' ... . In Your yesterday paper I tee a piece of poetry addreased "To kutie in II P (hdl). fifow, I re often cer piece to "Mary in Heav 1 e," or "Lucy in Heaven," or something of that ','sjrt, but ''Katie in Hdl," it carrying the matter U far. 1 i: GRUMBLER.' f , . . A Tr7i Idaa at TngtimH That ia a curiosity of an epistle in Mr. ! Lay nrd'i new volume, in which the Imaurn Al Zadi, rebuke tiie inquiring tendencies of the adventurous traveller. Mr. Lavard had '"written for certain information, and the Imaum replied a follow: My Illustrious Friend and Joy of my Liver: From the sitt. TBI tlolST i: i ... I found within a sheltertij dell, A tittle lonely flower,'' ' Arid I fared it more than the fairest rose, ... That blooms in yonder bower, As if ta jiisrd it from all harm, . It tiny form was set, . W.thin a bed f softest noes, , - . . 'Twas the twAt violet. - And freely forth en every bseezt, It rich perfume was cast, . As nestled 'mid its frtsli green leaves, . . It blessed me as I passed. . My lot, I would it were like thine ' Ah I swset and penile flower, ' In each a borne of ieaee and lore, To wait my life's last hour. ' A mind too calm for storroe to move, I'd have bi if hi Bower from thee Aod pure as ihy own staiule cbeek, " I would my heart might be. And that aiy soul may then be filled, . Should be my latest boon With holy love as thy fair bell, Is filled with sweet perfume On thy rosy hanks, whrre rests the last Fond rays cf the setting sun ' To sleep eay lent, my dreamless sleep, When' lire's leng day is gone. ! A BUD. An exchange paper states that about nineteen I year aero, Mr. Halt, of Wilton, in Fairfield i -The thing you ask of me is both difficult and j coun,vi Connecticut, then a remarkably good useless. Althoneh I hare passed all mv days student in his collegiate course, was suddenly deprived of his reason and memory. Under these circumstances, his father, the llev. Mr. Mail, sent him to Hartford but finding no re- let, ne sent mm to air. Utup.aiii, of Cambrid 1 Mass. The doctor said there was no nresent relief for him, but at the age of thirty-six or thirty .seven there wculd be a change: thut the "j in this place, I have neither counted the houses, nor have I inquired into the number of the in habitant ; and as to what one person load on his mules, and the other stows away in the bot tom of bis ship, that is no business of mine. Ifcif, above all, as to the previous history of this find finlv knows the amount nf dirt on. I v - -- . . -- . . , ... .. ' e Confusion that the iiihdcl may nave eaten be- j uru'" w" 100 mucin cxpanueu lor tlie cranium, fore the coming of the sword of UUm. 1 It j and there would at that ego be a contraction, Vere Impossible for us to inquire into it.' Oh,lw,,'.ol wo,,,J MM!e if to utt healthily. Hi I my soul! oh, my lamb! seek nut after the thing lanmwu father and family saw their Impes per . which concern the not. Thou camcrt unto us.lemPu'r,a,y dt lerred for nineteen years. That we welcomed thee : go in peace. Of a truth; !!,mo )a rer"''y expired, end, to their great j .Ihoahaa spoken manv words, and there ia Rv J".-",10 pmpnecy is luimteu. me man bepn 'harm done. Tor the spe" ker is one and the listen-j' ""I'Hrefor hi books, as if he hud just luij "r Ss another. Afirr the fahion or thy people, ! hein down, and resumed his mathema'.ical slu- thou has wandered Irom one place to another,; .w,,ce ,e,t them. There was no trace until thou art happy an.I content in none.- We on f ' loif Ll.sk in his life, or of '(praise be to God) were born here, and never jany,lllnK which 'had occured in it, and he did desire to quit it. Ia it possible, then, that the I not know ,,lat lle was nearly forty years of idea of a general intercourse between mankind i 8e ' t . Tha Slfht ef Tar, t The following Incident was related nt the railroad celebration on the occasion of 11)6 completion of the railroad lo La Sail : A Sucker from the region of "Egypt" who had strayed up and squatted on the line wher the road was run, was applied to for th right of way through his farm. He objected strenuously and persuasion appeared to be useless. They would spoil his larm, and as he had hearn his cattle would all be killed when the locomotive came along. ' " ' . . - t- When told that the company would pay him for all such damages, he met the agent with the reply Why yes perhaps they might if a feller could catch em but when they come along with one of their "cow catch ers" and tuk off his stock in the night Ike dam lAi.-tj would be in Chicago befort he couttget vp and dress himself." "Mother,' asked a little girl, while listening to the reading of "Uncle Tom'a Cabin," "Why don't the book mention Topsy's last name? I haVe tried to hear it whenever it spoke of her but it has aot once spoke itr"' VWky, the had no other name, child." "Yes she had, mother, and I knov it." "What wa it?" 'f "Why, Turvey Topsy Turvey." "You had better go to bed my dear, said the mother, you are bad as your old grandmoth er for she can't say pork without beau for the life of her." ' "Julius, is you better di morning?" "No. I wa belter yesterday, but got over "Am der no hope den ob your discovery?" "Discovery ob what?" "Your discovery from do convalescence dat fotch you on ycr back?' "Dat depends, Mr. Snow, altogether on de prognostications which amplify de disease. Should dey terminate fataliy, de doctor links Julius am a gone nigger; should dey not termi nate Iitally, lie hopes de colored indiwijua! won t die till anoJer time. As I all depends on the prognostic and BT.' - LOUIS - STOVE; STOItE. Siotc Dcalcr, 'Sheet-Iron Worker, Coppersmith .- ' ' Tinner, ' ' Main Street Two Doors North of "Brady House," .HANNIBAL, 3IO., Bella lit Wholesale Prices, STOVES AND TINWARE. I INVITE particular attention to lh Prize Premium Cook Stove, which has riven universal sati-faction lo all who have nsild it. 1 warrant all my stoves for twelv months, end if anv of the nlates break diirine that time, I rumifh new ones free of rhsree. , , . As I design remahlinR permanently in this place, the public are safe in taking my guarantee for lh 0ol perfo-manee of the stoves kept bv ine. All mr stoves are manufactured nf MISSOURI MOUNTAIN IRON, .rd for e-oeduea or metal and hwutv of ending, thev ecel any stoves made in the Western eoiintr, . tr The man wbe moulds Hollow.Ware for O. F. Killev is considered the bt workman in the United Slates and this accounts for our Hallow-Ware and Slove Ve.elj be;ng so much smoother and better tw.n ,,, others von will find in market, whether made East r West. fbsv. constantly on bsnd. a supply of TI.XWAKE.to which I particularly invite theatten .on of the country Utde, as the quality ol iny w are, aim me prices, man oe ku iu inuuc. nitu- . I will w aie afio- i ... r... qi ? uI.Ma:.1 nrieei heiesaie lO merrnnms iivihk m wm vr' r i , " - . .... ' . ,. . t ... .u. r..: ui I will sell at retail, fjoolt oioves irom iwo 10 inre imnan ciiejpirr man j u-i vn unj muc ... Louis. All order" tioin a distance promptly altcmled to. Give me a call, if you please, and 1 will do my best to render sa.isfnction. dec!6tf CAKTER W. I5RYAN. READ THIS ! THE introduction of FILLEY'S STO ES mo Northern Missouri, to any extent, has bren in the last three yearsj since which lime they have been in.rrii the Dianulecture and le of their: and alihough, owing lo their being light and imooih. snd something new, some liitle dilficulty attended the sale and use at fust, yet by always making stoves and castings ofthebe-t quality of Scotch Pig end IV'isouri Mountain Iron, they have proved to rithatiiml fire better than ar.v other Catire made in Die Wtste:i couniry. The Furnace Castings aud Hol low-Ware particulaily, have been superseded bv it, wherever has been brought into use, anj always given ali-factinn. Havirg lived here a number of years, and I ting permanently totaled here, purchasers can ielv on our guaiantee as to the quality of the articles sold by ui and as to the operation of our celebrated Prize Premium Cook Stove, just read the ceiiifiralcs ot those who have used them, and are using them now. And anoiher advantege a purchaser will have in bnyi"!? a St. Louis stove of us, he would not only be get ting a sloie ma-te of the bet material in the woild, but he can at any lime get an odd niece or plale without any charge, ty leiui'g us Know in;u ?'icn is numru, uu vw siurs uic v aiian'cu, am., in case oi nn mu'lc STOVKS, as you cannot get any odd Pieces. Even should make an; impression on our understand ings? God forbid. Listen, oh, v on. There it do wisdom equal unto the belief in God. He created the world, and shall we liken ourselves unto Him, iu seeking to penetrate into the mys teries ef hi creation ? ' Shall we say, behold thi star spinneth round that star, and this other 'tat with a tail goeth .aud cometh iu o many years? Let it go. 1I from whose hand it came will guide and direct it. But thou wilt say tin- Zt "tm,Z for I am more .learned than thou art,' and bave seen more thing." If thinkest that thou art in thi re aped better titan I am; thou art welcome. I -praise God that I seek not that which I require not.'5 Thou" art learned in the things I care not 'for; and a for that which thou hast seen, I de- Ale it. . Wid much knowledge create Uiee a double belly, or wilt thou seek paradise with thine eyes? Oh, iny friend, if thou wilt be hap- . .. . . . . . ... jjy, say, i nere is no uoa uux uoo. ua no wnlj .iJ thus wilt thou fear neither man nor sdeathi for surely thine hour will come. The neek in spirit (El Fakir,) lrnvn An Za- SU v- . "'S"'ili Scholar U tha Cabinet The New York Herald's corresjiondent, says, Mr.tCusbing is the only man in the i Cabinet, who cuu speak any tiling besides -Lrfiglish, adds "At Uia diplomatic dinner given by M, de - Bod i co on Wednesday, the Attorney General charmed and surprised the ' distinguished party fey his captivating nnd versatile acjompliBh Wents.' ' Like a veritable polyglot, he conversed in French with M. Le Cotnte de Sartiges, in Spanish with Don tVlderon de la Barca, and iu Dutch with Baron .Testa, spoke German with Jiaron Von Gevolt, Portuguese with De Fi ganicre," and the most unexceptionable Tuscan with the represeiitatire of the Two Sici -lie. ; - " - ' ' " " feottenlota. ' The Uotteotot temales are at once the laziest and most ill-ued of women. The prieat .when he marries them blesses them saying May you live happy, and year-a- nif bttr t trni, mho may live to oe a pood hunter and a great warrior. It is needless to say that this wish is not always gratified. " So long as her husband exists, .ihe Hottentot woman is the slave and -drudge of the hut, and on her devolves the task ot providing lor the subsistence or the family, . while the husband eats, drinks, mokes, and sleep. Wheu the llotteniot Wife becomes a Ms idow, she must continue for life, unless she chooses to purchase a liusband at a price w hich, acrding to our notions i something more than the de lights of a wife in Hottentot maliimony woulJ warrant.' She must consent to looe joint of one of her lingers ; aod this pro - oesst must be repeated as often as, being left a widow, she wishes ngsin to contract matrimony. The lloluntot son, on com ing of age, is presented with a cudgel, with which he is commanded to beat hi -S I.I II mower ; aau uns reuesi is very uum.y complied with by the son, in order to mani fest hi strength and nobility, "just as some voolta are prone to evince their manhood fcy smoking cigars and swearing profanely." It it strange that the mother, theugh often tainting under the cruel beatings of the son whom she has nursed at her bosom, does sot reproach him ; but she admires hi inaoliness'and dexterity "n.proponios to the chastisement. TTbe plate in Ue cuLiu of the steamer UXGULAR PHENOMENA. Some time. ago, Mr. Nicholas Flint, of Great Valley, in digging a well, after excavating to the depth of about forty feet, and finding no water, determined to dig no deeper, as the space had already become so small that he was afraid should he sink it deeper, that the sides would fall in, if he attempted to stone it up. He ac cordingly abandonded it, throwing planks across the mouth to prevent accident, intending to fill ii up again when he had leisure. One day he nearu a singular noise, wmicu teeuicu im piuvccs from the well, and on going to it, he discovered that it was caused by a heavy dr..ft of air forc ing it self up from "tlie well. This continued for several days, when the current of air became reversed, and there" was a strong draft downward I so much so thut light substances brought near ti.e crevice in the planks were instantly drawn in. He then procured a piece of Dumn-W. I s-iid before, it i perfection, the articles will he promptly made good to the purchaser, which he will not find the case with and till these i CieiIi, Vkicaza, PiUtbuigh, aud J-MtUra mn'le b 1 U I-.s, as ou cannot get any come to a head, iris hard telling whedder de'if they were warranted, it wouW ce impo.sMDie lo get o.iu puies irom sucn a usance r, OmltliS. AlbA, 1 Attorney at Law, (MMMr Vailding, Cp (Hairs, ) HANNIBAL, MARION' COUNTY. MISSOURI, WILL emmixi alien in all prnfesalonal Smlnwt emraaM-S - in hi, rate I llie tniinlke ol klarloa, Hall and I'lk. SMT' trill live narlkalat attention to tile se(ln( ai aMIllf trhit la an. pari nf til Biai. 4 ' Orm - in llnMfiir jimininf,- wvf aiaira. aas-M0'3-)r . , , , ; ;. ' nigger will 'discontinue hisself or not." XATUKAL CTEIOSnT." We have received from A. Hotel. kins, of 'nor in point of draft, durability, economy, convenience aud ease ot regulation, to any stoves which we -Sclienevus, Utsego county, V., several small have ever oea: i We, Ihe undersigned, having used the St J.ouU Stoves manufactured by G. F. Filley, oT St Louis, L. t ..u L.. r-..t.. T nn-Ai. ml lTunnirtnl Mn l-.tt- nleastirf ill rrnmmamliiiir tlipn. In fti imhlif a . . 1 1 r . . . . J . . t I 4 ,. . ...L.:.!. . hrnr-tina of a I roe l.iMi nr...- ;n I,:. Tl iJoha I. Kll-t - w - - .. . hi in. j.iu. aiir - . Foster tree from which they were taken is a fir, and, p, l. T Britiingham, while ene branch is the same as the tree an ev-' Char es W. Mills ergreen; tlie other is toUlly different in appeal- Hear. Cttetbact, ance, and is annual in its foliage, a it lose its ) Hawkins, leaves in winter, and again buds in the spring. TJ,'Cr'rdl!, The tree was remoted from a swamp about two r G-'er. years ago; the wild branches form part of tie Je WiiM. tree; and grow in a small clump. It is co' w- strt-thTa1, doubt the natural growth of a see.1 which emer-'?1 ed a crevice of the bark of the tree, and there j.i,, Tar. found soil enough to root and craw lin. iSo- XT' I r'i tirft entific American. A PlCSTCSE Jhn ft Chesley, Wm. F.l lv, Cyms Valters, T. R S irer, Geo. A. Short r id ze. f Bloomuigton. Ma., J. C Oe-ien, D. W White. John McG.a"gMin, Hiram B'anehanl, Ir X Xelfon, B K. Br, n. Jctn L Mat'hews, r urde'stoo-J tht th Washington Movers, B Breeding, W. L. I.ary, J. B Haviieu, H. P. G.egory, Oliver Trrrill, James Kmison, K. J'ruett, T. B.il!aril, I. Tuf s, L. Lyle. Uaniil Ford, A. M. Hawkins, W. R. Davis, J. Arintronir, Warren Finley, J. C. Henderson, W in Masscy , A. Greenlee, John. B. Lewis, Levi Barkley, K Leonard, Hooper Mitchell, John Short, J. Motley, Wm. Ki.l.l. F. Fiati'.lin. Stobt. Ore on tier dow n w era trio to rv t James Tnompson. Sr. I.oris Stov.: Stok is the only idace in Hannibal trlaiae I ? ft rri-.ei tives a-e -o De ra I cave me exclusive privilege el sellu g tne ititterrnt pat- . V!i jJ sfwe it flare. wl;kli Uley rai.es, incl'nlirg all his pa'ent Motes, and no one else can get -u, rnmu ai r re IKH : rnfcs m r. -.rev une T iS ' t. u rm m -n . n anv oi e w isiiing lo DiiV t:oolt Moves will enme T.) -" -- c tr-re tr , J-iiwt". FnriLu.ir, I'ot.k S ove and olher St. Louis Stoves, as OrVit! 1r i.r 1 Unrs-e sumie nf On u. nr i.uuc lurk 1 iitet' ft iej, lor trat purpose. 1 can also soon silow liieut liie i ' ilecloii-li. inerennail n no reasouuble ground of comtilaint oa account of Trices. fmch-31-wv. 4 That Long Narrow Room, Opposite the Drug Store oT Messis. Brit tingliam & Co., and next door to Mr. McEiroy's Dook -Store, i IS now beii ff filled with great bargains' in Clothing and Gentlemen ai Fur-ti f, nlslitus; .ods, ffj Purchased in Philadelphia aud St, Louts, at Reduced Piire. Although not a MAMMOTH STOCK, for Variety, fee , it is not excelled in our city, and for Cash will b sold at very SMALL PROFITS. A lxrge assortment of Umbrellas, diiect from the Manufactory in Philadelphia, consisting in part, of La die's and Gentlemen's fine SI Ik, and. Men's Scotch Gingham, Lc, Lc.i also Iro i Frame leather Trunks, (a superior article,) Carpet Uagt of every - variety i S.iddle Bgs. j ' 14 dozen superior LINKN COLLARS; Ladies' Ma. rino an . Gauze Vests., . - . .... .. ,. Bear iu tnind the ''Long Narrow Room" it tb Place " ' hiram McVeigh ac'u Hannibal, April 13, 185i-(w-ly) " To(h People . IWOLT.D solicit the special attention of all persaHie who know thein-elirs indebted to me, torhefaet that with the commei.cement of this year I am DsX. TF.RMINKU torlost tip all of my old accounts, etiher by C 4SH or NOTE; and that an eaily call and promt action on the part of every one of my debtors will, oblige Your bumble servant, j.r.20 tf , T. C. SELMES. E. k G. W. HAWKINS, T HAVF just received a portioa of their Large aad E nsive afssortuieut of Ladies1 Fancy JJi.s. Goods, and Gentleman's wear. (ineh-2. w-tf) NicTiiuOTuGiniYTrr-" TB. STEVENS, opposite the City Hottl.has just received, in addition to bis former stork., the iargest assortment of Jewelry ever brought lo Hanni bal. He invites his customers to ci.ll at the above establishment, where they will alway. find the richest and most extensive assortments of Watches and Jew elry, Silver and Plated Ware, consisting iu part of Geld and Silver I.ever Watches. Breastpins. Karrinvs. r;.- ger Rings, Pencils, Lockets, Gold Fob, Vest and Guard Chains, Bracelets, Gold and Silver Spectacles, Card Cases, Silver Combs, Tea Pots, Castors, Candle Sticks Accordeous, Guns, Shot Bags aud Pouches. . : OGood Watch' sol every description carefully re paired and warranted lo keep time it well used orth m"ey returned. marSOtf Millinery and Dress Goods. ' MRS. M. J. K1I)D. On Second Street, North ot Hill Street, IS now receiving and opening her SPHIfsG STYLES of GOODS, enabling ,er to supply her customers with all kinds of fancy silk Bonnets, Embroidered Gimns, Bnii Gimps of every descriptionand six. She will keep on hand a variety of Spring Mantillas, of a new style, and Misses' and chiMien's Basques. Also, a handsome assortment of Veils, Ribbons, and Flewers. Dresses made and patterns cut to order, in the latest styles. Gloves, Linings, Feathers, Ladies' Riding Hats, and everything else usually called for in such aa cs'BuiiMimeui. ol d lady standing near a cootc&ieci itnduirVhr. ' u'flHTB,U! ' :tt " " f gave the usual signal to rooni l s.Tia tule" mi ' r'ff 300 of h iIUV CVIi-lirated Stoves! Stie r fl E SHE IT THE- ST. LOUS STOVE STORE. - - ' - J -' ' 'fc. s-j3, ss. sfnr Hl'E Ml WLHLfc iii st II l T 1 While extending a general invitation to call, she Imnrovemenl in Infaonistic Dcntisfrj. K. S. H. ANDERSON would respectfully U inform the citizens of Hannibal and country wvui su .v lu.ig, iiii an apenure or iwoicap n rouna nere. rave yt Tl.e CLfiT ut 1p - far oaiti. J-ermi mairtiuf Smt- wnuii; m :! u rail etiti eiamine bis rock inches in diameter, and inserted this firmly in I pointed out to Lev. St kt'liieitJ up toward s"""1 -ni J'arjrji $pvt.. anmns wim-i art :ut (Gtttuui J-urioi uc Mooud Parlor. one of the planks. The air, as it forces itself j him, gave him a deeT.lv reverential look nis llie - H Ju",l Ultt a' U,,L i,mtL " tspectally, that he is insertinir teeth on an im- :aj. which he is determined to sell proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the particularly his new functions of mastication, cannot be urpasedf Dr. A. will guarantee to any person who wants a set oi leetti let llieir laws be l f i - s war oi leein iei llieir laws tie. ever in irrra. whl alFCe lW ar5 n0rlIi 01 l,,e "rally llOUCS, j alar or Wl; deformed from the loss of them thi. well seems now to perform all the breath-j -Be Tvou tie cap a t lii. -Tesma-' llannilial. 3Io. ifwimTi011-1- i."! ,,,cm ,,et ing functions ot a huge p,r of lungs, although dam." ' ? j r,TrM.. .. U- antagonize or shut together as regular- the inhalations and ealulations continue for a -Be you rwine dr lB Orkm.s CA.kTLu W . Bui A.N. j 'J and as perfectly the first tune they are put in much longor period than those of any other ,- "Thi b o-ur rresrat matin maflum ! w- f 777 '. , I V, T ny Pr,",J,"g or aItcri"K.. " anowknown,.siti..o,neti,ne.everald.y, "Well ca?V (iur. a JLl i,e irom 3i CW Coolv aStOYC! evi?w! 7 Srf ,?y ft"0" in drawing its breath, and as long, time in fori-! under ber shwL) -LtVeil r-, JTOtr..B. -t. , hf? ' , T , xyM .cM ml)r' Ai in. li,,i Tl, W. ;,. .;"i.i i.-j -r.. . 'ft-'. a.m. . . . , . , ,.'i J : he w ill show them severa entire unner and vu.. I - an ,uo in iui.UVJI uwu Ultci i laaiM. TCN1 Mt IJ .C Cfl AL JOS . IT. 1 Jr-.u.r ...r - M.im 114UI.UC uui new T) a I - a i. i - 1.H I J . i auj. iwu nmnc. 1 h.mi.lv.i l.u n, ill.nn. . I- . . 1 . ... . 1 ... i , ...wjov. . v- u, iiuiuni imii uj over me: eci sue ouc iaai ci ixrenc. J.-i-n nf , j- end of the tube while the exhalation is going on, i and the rest ia U-tw ii And ci 'a" wtiu'.t i t to see them thrown several feet into the air. j be kind eacu& l avaJt a WJle sniirut. Tim Another fact is, that the respiratory organs ef seethe oil hea is as the aessi now .na 1 arant ! this "breathing monster" seem to be entirely un-orfully tag-it merest err l muie be . der the control of the atmosphere; o that, in dozen." 1 ! addition to its other sirurularities. it set the! a r. Z- c . I double part of thennometeV and barometer. For Lorentof an VI:ZZ-.7??J? ' tome hourt preceding a chanee from a lower lor ,.t.. i . r'A IV ' - a higher degree or temperature, the inhalation. W rf ti twaeia, siThsb. iE grow Candles,, until they are finally imper- worMraod the, 7JL .. itrr ttr-vr a Jarre Tr cept.ble; then the air commences rushing out, crooked, a4 ihn u , it again subsides to await another depression of 'disnositic liT. L Tfl v Tb!J : the mercury, to "take anoiher breath." iuffi.u- it?llf Tlrf will elucidate thi. mv.ter. ?..CnHr. Wl?! V? V .? 'ro ! L- 1" ""5-i eToosec iaai tuter eaxl find H wv Itr eut.ar. Lt icsrl i in, ' ' pctol IB U ".exLpr. it fy arress tie r.ser , V "'.tisLi.1"' V. . ... . . II . i lower sets richt licre in the citv. and let them Ijii'lge for themselves.' Particular attention Riven to the treatment of all diseases of the ! month, and the ma!-poition of the teeth. All operations warranted, and charges reason ! able. j N. B. Persons from the country wanting j work done, and being un icqiiaiuted with the j true merits : n 1 skill or the Dentists i:i this city, woul ! do we!! to inuuire here in the city, where thev are both Vvi Office over Brittingham's Drue S bar?." -5'. rulytf ' J riSKta. wti aiL.aAaaow. t'irg ve-wanri tbe Acetic? oi tftem for ihU c'tv. This stove rosees aitvantarre. 1 ,0 ',nl5r '",0 cteis Tf.rfr.Ti.'ffl ?ilvr-.. ir. skirle... sr. Pi... . - i : - - . i erection of chuiches. dwellim v.. More, ta ttucacess oi tne pia-e, ac j iinproiement in the Draft. .PARKSi BILLSBARROW. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. CORNER of Hill and Eour:b Stieets, Hauuibal, I Tbe subscribers b rtr,-ir.,n in ;r. ii.. habitants of Hannibal and vicinity, that they are pre- to any atnouat lor ta fTr Crying children in church ate usual- down to ioire tw sriti. t-u-iJi. ly considered as nuisances and taken out, 'snakes, because u ? strfclgic ercogb to but this is not always the cae, as the fol-!'n' tbe sL are all is lii mWj3 ia ii lowing anecdote from the Ladies Heposito-1 DD1- iirj f. ..;! ...:H ,i . ! H r.l f r .-w.-V .- ii lui .linn mil h iiu : i - . .... . v v ... l; . - rr . v i.w ... . ... - -A brother just returnr-d from r-,!ifnm ;,aJ 'Jt 011 lL ttede tteraun frees,, bfiar P " vr -7 ,io,fe Biint..art 'irerf, to be the ben Pattern for a descend-1 N-B- They .re .1,0 prepared t. .., K. ,m-1. : . r'dec-jved ly lU d&rcnt cjuJlS. Ii.i-i i Dj- 01 r J tI0V 60W " e-t. , specmcation. of every descrtptioa. Bnil ... r.... rv.. .. cjjauoD oi LeVre? . .iwv 7 '...( This Stove raUllecte.i iv'tr. KV ,r..4 -t. .u... t. u I 00 monerate teims. Property take., in p . ..... imto.(-, - r -Ni-riri iiiev nave Deen neiT ii.v-o i inviuu DiDL-fc- . . l .1.1 . . i , in ml TIL, ...... : l . .-. . "' " " nivi.a, SAV Bll S3 tMTtU: . .- :.nr...n-a. a..-! I.vir SliHf 4 ruimvlj . I. I IT I 1 I I 1 t 13 If f t?o l niinw . , . . . , - I ...x, .-. 1 1 I i I 1 1 I T" I l " " - """...... ' - ,4..n any oiner rwse ever ltouci ta tis r,iv. The r.hi. in il.m r,., 1 .Ktrreci. MrDam.old, Fawcrf. w i. ia (ia.mW im. ij, T, , an iLch in thi-ie-i. 'o. r ovr T, l m,-,,.). tir . . ., ? -.rfi. . ' -r v ii .... . ' ... wicm un against : it. an: brother Uwen, when a babe in the arms of . movrier oegnn 10 cry. v Uiing so unu-. , .tinj tLere W to sual in Califoinin, attracted not a little at- r . ; l.nl!.,n .....I ll. ....!.. , - ....... I. lITr .S, t.U. SIIV erection of rhiiiehs iU.nih. l IS sujierititeiiding of ihe erection of the same, avc. r plans aod mes ereeteil Properly lakeei in pait paysaeaU motive r rose to ISIUC. I' . . I . ... - ...... . . , . v. . . . !..... . . - D. ... , .. ,, .-i.i i . , . " tAar.'iwrxi uorn a Bessie. - -ca. :r; wi: a i a'ttl 11 ;r r ill till I cave, .said the nrracher. "ihecnnnJ l...l.ii: v . . -. . . . . . . . ' 1 ,Lre ' u Mill .. v m-m a. wr i fc. . . J .- .-ami f-ry. sua u cusaeiaJi. ?-Ti.r.v. your emit of tries tie aaae as tie JJiike el Btd r-TaV" of t1at IuiIh;'s voice is more interesting to many in tan congregation thin my own. It is, perhaps, the sweetest music manv a man has heard nince, long time ao," he took ieave of his distant home." The ef fect was instantaneous and powerful, and a' large portion of the congregation melted! - Thehuaaa touce Las leea LearJ tc rcs tLe i into tears." S'.raiu f G.beritv, iculasce U aaare than ten ! : . , , .- . ""e. t HIS or V l;af&es in Tpe-j"?r s'- r,' . which carries the he.n thai 1. Cf.-trated tler the fst y t. aa th front part of the Stove Letwn ..... ,i,;t ;s atts to the craft at the iju. m r.f ii, St.-..- .r.i... -j.v , ... r, , , . t,c,v K"uig great neat to Dake with i. w-v. o;i j i ivj , ji u ii, i,in ma mii-n.- k. - ...i. ..-.i. . J - . . . L ..... . ".r, v - . . w'.u,.Si.,I.ritil,rjic. i;.esr. -x;;:;: ::;"rsis: : j y. .w Tht tve et invt-d , . ptiii B.ucu ,.r. u.ere is .i. j- . ... . . , , a oral oi aijjrrenee t-Mween e-ar ena's. mh lur icniy-nre vesrj. . wi,i-n nas always Ntn a fault with stoves of a irter Oak has one flue and t ne plate more than lf.ey w.il cook witli one-half the fuel which one Married, at 1'oduiik, ou the 3rd ultir illw. Mr. If. Ho Miss Ann Handle, all of that citv. "Prize Pi 1 S 1 1 1- f.a a-i-A-i - - r k a - hv the Kev. D. Willi. Mr. If. Hoe whSt iL .""iV. -V. Mua3eW 4 j car frustj morbitr. i How useless a m witho.il any Hot, And us, less a Hot wilhout Handle So better a winter without ar .no Or a candlestick mmui a candle. I ii u.ere ever au a carte ta 2.e c.j;rri r.' ; TVurr . verbal sa 1 11,-era. Ti reiiiHini 7 Conk Sfnvf- v e j PATENTED. ll. ... J ' . r" " M"- ' c o:j B d her, joined in ie,the and fo, IV lib lile's rugged jjun.ey stnoutb over, And erh prov a be pt n. ihn world belo-, Till deaib shall s. froM ta anoiber. i'0VTGZ. Tl ... . :m. I i . , , , ,i i s.ii.iii. ij.i'u miu uea jott u.niels. set oria wrecked near Howth on the coast of 1 u ir,.k;r .fr i .i; . - , . L. IrelaaJ, baa been reeovered by a di.trr; but the ! en .Saurd,y en enir.g, and ti.'en ente'red tl,. house nan nratnt that noUuntr m ttm woj-11 wsxitd .. .t. j, . . indue iLm la podowa a vec-Hid tune, as tns trutk. keJ.,men offr $5()0 for the atv aotax M the oabin was tbe mo! horrible he ev-! ...i r .1 . .11 r.-.. , r-' :. i it. .1.....J. s. . fv" " l"0 liurcy u sskjt uiiniiui. lis? liiuiiiiiL sue ubu sr-ii.tr i ru sa i . ,u. wax-work exhibition, the corpse bever having ssMived fr.im llieir rwition since the vessel wsn.1 (lava. There were Vme eighteen or tweutr at REe . . A . . - . I 1.,. .I.'.- t prsoia ! the fcatin, one and aJ w linn seein ! tVba holding eotsiersaliu-n with .)i-h other; and tha general r,jvearr,oe of Hit whole scene was so life-like Uiat was almost inclined to belie vt thut oi were vet living. Christ an abuaitMCioa ii. tie kti Oeoarr.es sa.nl and sicners-ir.fil c! -wiicii it an.. , , , . . ... . . V U lc- li,.!,,!:.. .1 . ...I,,, ..... -VI.. .......... ru''n r a Jn .-.r.-. it. .l..r. .. i ... j :. : i. . . ' 1 , assesu a4 pre.eu, t,oa co;,rn ; on Vbe cer, e of Vbe fi ..rj.r. J.i?L.?V. J !e istpeoseiae' t n icr tr r '. as lo in- IU heat e stsnes t4 suuilar forsa. e.s tnJ r.rofii-' . -. . , . k. . , . gates rich and px-r boi.J an! free Icarr.eJs rer ia oven ..bom b and lgnontt savage aid civilized, to t:..!e in' ' fx "a' o't e-t laLcrnre-. Iiut' 1 1- aioirn. il i. (;..i.,. i.: , lute, sy Ort. Iw itw l Is irw ta. b J -. W w t- ss a aj jt , auui's kILi .A JI1 1 I I Va - m a -rata .m ...... ...l -Oirs. feud-sci chorch-cTtthne. saultee- . - case ..'h Z Zl:,, !??. "' d. b"rin lh" "oSh, as n-uJlamic?, trutWufee- ..:.. cae rej a cf.esryi ( bitee T." kl J f.' .i" . i!tV j.?r f" n:D 'lh Pl'-Bl D-T;hirh is socons'mcted t ii. Pa'e-.' Pnre Pie-ninm tove, by adding to it a ..r . u.1 o, Ir a .l.tt.eora:, keeping it alwa s clear fbut also I ti.e ec .ui oi in. s'oie. ZCtte. Ticaix-u t JTcstii. iiovs wlirn thev and trirls the first tim thv lay thtir heaI s'laiivst a veai i,at!ern Bv-twa or Lic.toc. Tiio blotk of lime stone (ram BraJJixV. field intended for the Washington Monument is at Pittsburgh, finish ed and ready for shipment. fnenaeriiijr, r.asui bling, strife-jATivckuy, rrason-sktirorung, vice- senain7. ueaven -loa'.Mtg.'r.fe-destray itg t u ine, the selling of intoiicatin drink. VVtut Cht istiao, hat pliilitropist, will lojk calm'v on, and not put forth vigorous exeriion to stay ita desolating progress? Fasa Basaisc. The MauacLisettss Senate CoroutUea an Hank and Banking has repsrted that it is iacspedient to rtpeal the free bankirg t Bunker Hill Ifonument w twice strgek by lightning a few slays since. Q ' ta mesie't cauxitr. Ti tiidnence bea rr.s ....Bf ! buy sti ve. wijld do tteil lo call hMi.r. n..k... Prem.JBi ar.d rliver itote. of il.. r, F. P. Maeher. Architect. Marble feUS-M-y, Emnonm. I) AVID lib AN, . . ATANCFACTrRTR and dealer in Italian aot is L American Marble. He bas now on band a larra assortment, and will furnish on the shortest notice, Ma.ble Mantel Pieces; . Fine Parloi and Chamber Gratesi Counter and Wab Stands; Rardrn Vases, 1 Klataaryt Tonib btones; And every olher descript ion of M ARBLE WORK at lownnces. IT Call at his Majbl. Vard appcsila be Biad y House, Hannibal, Alo. Filej's Pa'ti.t " ' 7 " " awvMva sue ddelftv St. Louis Stove Storo. Main street, twts dccs ccith cf the 4" Erady, Houa.- o CAirrck w. hryan. WILLIAEI COHEN,"" " AVATt llMAKER 9j AND JEWELER, esaiiL' l -t . Mm street, Haanibal, Mo. I ' a, subscriber has neimaueully located ia thUcitr -- and u always prrpaied to repair watches, broken jeweliy.tc.iuttie most workmanlike manner, aud on Ibe mostresouable terras. He has n ow on hand, and onslantlv receiving fresh supplies of the finest and mosl fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, k., froaa us icm laiifortnu; houses in the east. Hu stock w misurpasse.1 by any other house in the city, and those who give him a call will be satisfied with his baivamsf as h otfei great indue menu lo purchasers. ! Tb cuixens of Miriou and Ralls counties are r. specvfully mviud U Riv sae a call, fetor ao Main street, opposite the "Great Western fept5 Ju.t received in addition to hi, roiinerstueV a sunj V? a- "tT '"RS, Pius, tie. Abo a very line lot f Jt lar times, uew style. , Knulh's New Vert Ual4 r warrantau a very (in ariicl. Oct 4. . Wholesale Groceriea. (r'ight chea'rZ. .; 0( HOGSHEADS of P1UMK SUGAR, ' OU 150 SACKS of PRIMK BIO COrj-ri T. It. SELMES. o just arrived.