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.JL L -!!!.. I .J J i BA o N A JLJ ... 1 0 1 .V TKRIVIS : One Dollar, 'NEW SERIES. js-I! EVENJNO MAY M," 1853" 1 The Courier says we have been advoca ting mb law. Npnsense! A follow who Whip hU wife Is not a man, and therefore n be excused properly from a "ride on a rail," because "cruelty to animals"' is ob jtionable, and not because it would bo "mob-law." Tin Next Would. A man writing in the Spiritual Telegraph says he was so un- lonunaie several years since, as to fall off bluff near the Ogeechie river, one hun dred feet high, and was very agie ably as tonished to find himself in heaven, or nt least Imagined himself there I He thought itabeau;iful piece of territory, with hills, valleys, flowers, &c. He struck down a winding path and presently came to a river, which he explored with one of the celestial inhabitants, and after seeing divers queer fights, he suddenly came to himself on a pile of rocks under the bluff. This a hard tory; for tumbling off a juecipicc one him. tired feet high, and landing on a bed of atones, with no other damage than a few hours' insensibility is a right tough yarn. We are not astonished that such a fall as he got knocked him out of this world and into another; but that the gentleman ever got back to tell about it, U what we wonder atl From fifteen to twenty thousand perssns are continually congregated around the new Crystal Palace in New Vork city, and drunkenness and debauchery are carried on to their fullest extent. fOR TUB JOURNAL. QUICKEST TRIP OF THE SEASON. The Die Vernon arrived here this morn, ing at 45 minutes past 5 o'clock left St. Louis last evening at d o'clock ! Where is ine messengers icport ol the Jeannie Deans' quick trip? The Jeannie on that quick trip, left St. Louis at 15 minutes past 4 o'clock, atd anived here at 40 minutes past G o'clock next morning. Now the Messenger was misinformed, or iust wanted . ' Itlrtur Wlnr-K n?na it fi A f .. w,v. .t v,., ..us ii, mi. .liccacujjci 1 Come out; )ou are beaten badly. Die Vernon's time, 13 hours, 45 m. Jeannie Deans' " 11 " 20 " O.K. When Jenny Lind was in the United States it was said she intended to expend large sums of money in establishing schools and other useful institutions in Sweden; and since she has been in her native coun try it has been declared that she li.id fulfilled her promises; out me merlin correspondent There is one serious objection to capital pun of the Literary Gazette says it is all a hoax iishinent that we have never seon presented; and she has done nothing of the kind; and is I''1"1 u qery of thii kind what business has ,., , , 1 .this world to rid itself of its nuisances ut the not near so liberal ns she "used to was. expense of .me other world ? We complain TK tr.r. .,r rv.rn..r.itmn Aimrnpv nf uf the qld countries sending the scum of their New York City pays well. The fees of this oflicial lor the year looZ were over seventy thousand dollars! Who wouldn't like to ake the gentleman's place? ANOTHER TEKBJBLE CATASTROPHE. II t A RLT TWO HUNDRED I.IVtS LOST. One of the most disasterou shipwrecks which it has ever been our painful duty to re cord, occurred on the Sd'inst., at Stirrup Key, among the Bahama Islands. The news of the fearful calamity was brought to this port yes terday by the Brig Reuben Carver, from Sagua la Grande, which had on board the captain, first and second males and six of the crew of the ill fated vessel William and Mary. We publish ed the particulars in yesterday's evening edi tion, but we have since obtained considerable additional information which we present to our readers. The bark William and Mary, commanded by Captain Slinson, left Liverpool about two months ago, with two hundred and eight pass angers, principally emigrants, and a cargo of railroad iron, for New Orleans. On the 3d of May, they entered the dangerous channels of the Bahamas, with the most unfavorable weath er: tha sky was clouded, the wind blowing atrongly from tha southeast, with a heavy sea. About seven o'clock in the morning the bark passed the "Hole in the Wall," the most south ern point of the Island of Abaco, so called from ene of the most prominent rocks on the coast being perforated with a large hole, which is ;.;kI. .t a considerable distance at sea. Pass- W.g this in safety, Capt. Stinson steered tfUrrup Key, which ut Y& n.,was ten miiesuis tant, the weather becoming moro clouded and the wind -increasing. Till the afternoon, the vessel kept on her course without accident of any kind, but at half past eight o'clock she struck on a sunken rock, on which she remain d for about fifteen minutes, during which tune she received extensive damage. The Capioin, it appears, had at sunset lost sight of the Key, and supposed that it lay to the south, us he hud iteerod north-west from 12 o'clock. A few minutes before the accident, however, he chang ad his course, steering west by south, and did not discover his mistuke until the moment the Urk struck., The scena presented on board tha doomed vessel at this moment was terrible in the extreme. About fifteen minutes elapsed before she wore off; but she had soarcely got .i.r nf ihi. nude when she struck on another, nd began to fill with water .0 rapidlv as to endcr all labor at the T"? ut,erly use- a re if paid In Advance; if not PUBLISHED BY 0. At midnight the water had pained a .i.n on the linking venal that it was four feet in the hold, and at 4 a. at., eio-ht feet. had the day dawned, when it was announced "nZ"hM riniiie nolu, in despair. lliut fliakwA a - a m '"" wero ien teer. or water in th nu mo pumps were abandoned I lie Ooals, the last 1-ennrt nf (I., i. passsengerj, were unshipped from th. T iiur iiriruon about thirty pas.enTer L - l I m ; 1 " , . n ' n"- w iikic, me re to their rate. There they stood on the dect vainly calling for that assistance which it was impossible to render without risking the lives on he few who had got into the boats. In a ftw mmUM after M,y Irft, the vel uvnt Jovm, Ld a" on board, numberiria fihmit nn A.jj stvtnlu human berno- nrtVL, possible to keep the boats together, they were compelled to separate, and after tossing about umo Hours, Hie crew nd nassenoer. in 11,. PICHeU UII. Il lunnl.! ,l.. . , 1 - .. 1 r the boats wa. mnn.l 7.i t . ' .", tVe passenger, be niVrnS ,.n T,. -7 DP 1 0 wmca, ana crew were taken up by Capt. Edward toub, of the brig Reuben Carver, bound kagua La Grande to this port. The haste in which they were compelled to leave the vessel, rendered it impossible for them to save any pro perty, and some were e-lad in pn-in nlt, i ir dressed. Capt. Cobb informed us that he saw the passengers taken up bv a vessel, which he supposed to be English, so that no apprehensions need be entertained of thn their escape in ii. fN. Y. Hrlrl We find the following interesting announce ment in the Indianapolis Sentinel: The Directors of the Indiana and Illinois com panics, representing the projected line of rail road, from Indianapolis to Decatur, Illinois, met at Montezuma on Wednesday last, and effected a consolidation of the capital stock and interests of the two companies, and will hereafter be Known as the "Indiana and Illinois, central j Railway Company." The route, as will readi- r' f In solM SX! ivantages, as any in the West. The engineers inre '!ow on tlie line' and wil1 oon report the lZllr nature or the country will allow, connecting the two CilPi,i,1, onJ Ising through or near the AZXzl" i t Montezuma, in Indiana; thence through the rich I I. till- tx n iuhu il-ci pmines 01 Illinois, 10 uccalur; Irom wliioh point to N'rineheld a railroad is nparlv completed, and will be running by January. At the time of the meeting of the Board the stock taken amounted to about $170,000, by persons residing along the line. Arrangements were made to canvas the field for the stock nec essary to grade the entire line, which is to be let and completed simultaneously in both Slates. IMPOSING UP0X THE NEXT W0EID. A New York paper proffers the following ... - ---0 suggestion with regard to the hanging ques tion: rmrmhit inn )irrp. nrwl tnnLn il n liiur in tlila nn.m try that every town shall support its own pau- jpers; ana is it not then a scurvy transaction to ship bad men to foreign shores in the unknown (world. If hanging were annihilation, it might be justifiable on the principles of sacrificing the less to the greater; but if it only turns the j man loose somewhere else, we should find out first whether he is wanted where he is sent. It is possible at least that he is forced on socie ty that have no more relish for him than those who see fit to expel him. We should have too much regard for this possibility to vote for cap ital punishment. Niw York, May 21. The Franklin has arrived with dales from Liverpool to May lOlh. A grand reception was given to Mrs". Stowe at Stafford House on the the 7lh, when the fa. mouse address of the women of England was presented to her, and responded to by the Rev. Mr, Beechi Philadelphia, May 24th. The Presbyterian General Assembly, new school, were in session to day. Philadelphia is fixed upon for next year's meeting. FROM CALIFORNIA. The Huron arrived last night frein Aspin wall, which she left on 14th. A fire occurred in San Francisco, in the cen tre of Sacramento and Stockton streets. The buildings were of wood, and the fire threatened the destruction of a vost amount of property, but throiiL'h the efficient endeavors of the fire department, il was confined to a few buildings, and the loss was trilling. The Governor in his message to the Legisla ture, su's in relation to fiiiuncial affairs, that there will be a deficiency of $1 12,000 in the present year for the interest debt ulotie. New gld discoveries have been made in Negro Hill, which are said to be very valuable; I wo men took out $500 in one day. Extensive surface diiriinirs have been discovered in ihe vicinity of Sacramento City; placers at Cion Hollow ami Diamond Springs neur Placerville, giving extraordinary yiold. Wiley Hoffman, of limanuel county, Ga. was killed by his wife on the 1st inst. He was intoxicated, and had been whipping her, and presented u gun at her, when she hnt him in the hre:ut with a pistol. He pursued her for some distance when he fell ' j : 1 CKa ttii'i.ipil hfi4plf nn nnd ., f , J hs le puree 10 fe nosed ha t i)Z ' We"reno1 crerlt"n, .""P- ond about the time the body of the young man f Iew aa-vs ew 1 oik, in search of fn the Et co. f uZ . " four f U'C crew w" VUc,:(i in ",9 Kon io be "'""ved to the Sir John Franklin and his associates. The Afle as we lr 2 ? ' rf have said, the Captain, first and second moleJtown. nd k . has been acain selected, and paid uhlQ-Six Months, " - - q I ! - - CLEMENS, ON HILL STREET, NEAR HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY HTTBDEi AST) LYHCH LAW AT COTJHCIL BLUFF. The Western Bugle, published at Council Bluff, of the 17th, contains a lorxr nccoun r tCAj" rb,eq!'Cnt "c,CU!i0Vf He , alleged murderer, by a decree of Judge Lynch a court, in that town. The murder was commit - 1 i . ., V1 " mTI7 emigrants, ik. . . ooul Hall a mile irom t lie town, unon a irnn the name of J. C. iSAMuiLi. a hi to ho (mm "Iun"'. The deceased and one Ba ct- . . ' ....... more fliuia, were messmates at the cmp; Ihcy were to stand guard. About twelve o'clock at night the parly were aroused by man coming into the camp, and saying that hit horse had oeen stolen; at daylight they went out and found Samuels lying about ten feet from the camp fire, on his back, with his head severely bruised, hi. skull broken in aeveral places, and his neck partly cut off with some instrument. ninti to be an axe, which was found lying near the body covered with blood. His coat ami nantn. loon, had been opened, and hi. belt. ,;. " some 300, had been takea off, and Muer was Duuic .r.v. iiuu ...". . . " - no.1. 10 08 l0"m- 'P fell upon him, and ?f "TA0M .Were el ?".foot by lhe S1'"iff. iur uisktrrcsi, j nested 111 at lli n be lynched, But he was laucn to the Court : confined in the uddct room and House and ironed. Th .m;n,: l.l v"Z I lime the people (mostly emigrants, ) were utii - v.vHiMiu.ivn Lit lH (.11. VI. 1 tar II et. The Sheriff addressed the crowd, and they agreed not to be guilty of any violence. After a while, however, and when the body was dis posed for the enquiry, the officers were alarmed by the appearance of a party who demanded the possession of the prisoner. The Sheriff remon strated, but to no purpose. The emigrants tonV the man in custody, and proceeded to try him. n. juuge, jury ana omcers were appointed; and despite the remonstrances of the District Attor ney, and others, tha trial was proceeded with. At the conclusion of tha examination, the jury declared the prisoner guilty, and sentenced bins to execution at 5 o'clock that evening, at or near the spot where the murder was committed. Clergymen were admitted to him, but he pro tested his innocence of this crime, though guil ty of others. At the hour appointed, the man was taken to the spot, a rope thrown over ih limb of a tree, and adjusted round his neck the prisoner then mounted on a mule, which was driven from under him, and the fall broke his neck. To the last, he protested his inno cence of the crime. This lynching was the work almost entirely of the emigrants. Rep. BALE IN KIEKWOOd" The Trustees of the Kirkwood Association have decided to put the following condition in their deeds of conveyance. St. Louis Demo crat. ''Provided, That the said grantee, nor ony party or person claiming under him, shall not at any time hereafter until the expiration of ten years from the first day of July, eighteen hun dred and fifty three, erect or establish on said lot and premises any butchering establishment, slaughter house, soap factory, gambling house, dram shop or house for the retail of spirtuous, vinious or malt liquors, nor any establishment for dancing or other amusement or acting on Sundays ,nor any other nuisance." A young woman about twenty years of age, was imprisoned in the Mnynmensing prison, at Philadelphia, last Thursday, at her own request, tor thirty days. She gave as a reason, the want ef food, friends, and a home. A SMALL ITEM OF THE LIQUOR THAFFIC. A German tuilor, named Slider, com mitted suicide, Monday, in Covington. It ap pears, that while laboring under a fit of intoxi cation, he extended himself on the floor, and placed the barrel of a shot gun in his mouih, pulling the trigger with his foot. Attracted by ihe report of the gun, several persons rushed into his room, where a horrible spectacle pre sented itself. The dead body of Slicter lay ex tended on the floor; the greater portion of his skull was blown away, and on the opposite wall his eye, with a portion of the clotted blood and brains, was sticking. How passing strange that communities, fully alive to nil the wrongs inflicted bv the rcck- les sness of the railroad agents, are so insensible to the greater villainies of the liquor traffic. The liquor sellers lift up the "draw-bridge," wilh a full knowledge that a " whole train" of immortal beings will inevitably perish. Such incidents as the above, and others still more terrible, do not occur in only one locality, and nt long interval", but they are occurring everywhere, and almost every day. They are as inseparably connected with the liquor traffic as cause and effect. O. Tern. Organ. O0nr cilizens will bear in mind that next Saturday, the 28th inst., is the day appointed by the Mayor of this city for the election of a Judge of the Hannibal Court of Common Pleas, to fill the vaeancy cieated by the resignation of the Hon. Wm. M. Cook. Mr. McDarnold although warmly solicited by numerous frends has declined being a can didate for the office. Mr. Helm is the only candidate. Hannibal Messenger. Mudern "Ladies," to whom the kitchen Is as great a curnsity as the Hellespont, are thus pinned down by the Newburyport Herald: We onee knew a fashionable lady in the Me tropolis, who was led to the hymenial altar by a ihril'ty Bond street merchant. He casually ex pressed a wish one day that some brown bread might be baked. The gill in the kitchen was (ordered to bake bread. She J,ut knowing, at that time, her knew her duty; mistress did not here, simply inquired how much meal she should bake, llielaily hesitated a moment, but the inquiry must be answered: "About three pecks of eaiih kind," she said, "would be saffi. cieut." ' Abigail went at it, and the next morn ing the gentleman had a specimen of twenty seven loaves of bread1 made by the direction of coroners ltirv was luminoner i r . ' . i wue. One Dollar and Fitly Cents; . . . -- .- 1 J"1,J,",aawSSWBSaxeeaji MAIN, A FEW DOORS WEST OF MORNING, JUNE 2, -'-V- FRIDAY EVENING, MAY S7, 18S3. A citizen of St. Louis has invented asew- Ing midline capable of working button i i , , , j , - ! holes and execuling herring-bone and whip a: ..i. . . 1 1 ... i : j tk wen " pu'u iug, auu u li ....... I.. ..J ,w;,t. .1 ,. . i.. . ' ... ... , jrin l..l I 1. . 1 1: m I. . I. . 1 uinpaii.il. Alio llliailigciii;i;i lllilJKa inis machine will tike the place of hand-sewing in many private families. Snails as Food. In Paris, and oilier parti of France, snails are bred, fattened and aold in 'market havinr a C ., V K, , jto "'em Aa flsl particular place appropriated h market. The proprietors of snailleries aremakimr it a verv nrofiiatiU hn.i. ness. The editor of the New Orleans Bee L ... :i 1 ., - ous midw. When pro- !P.C y cooke1- IIe inka thera very little infe. !..., " The second" ,s mado ver.v strong, She is provided with n nnrtatiln ' " " ""S1":"1-"' ments ana a daguerreotype apparatus'. An astronomer, artist and naturalist will be at tached to the expedition. She has five boats, two of willow baskets covered with India rubber. She is expected to be absent eighteen months. For the Journal. CATHOLIC CHUBCH. Ma. Editor : A few days sinee, you made some remarks relative to a Lot, and the building of a Catholic Church in this City. This we suppose gave rise to some observations by your neighbor of the Courier. And those observations called forth the comments in your paper, ever the sig nature of "D." These have produced some public notice of the subject, and amounts toagi- ' tation, perhaps, the true object of your first notice. At all events, the effect is observable, in a general approval, and expectation, tha that denomination, which stands aloof from all others, will show their devotion to their reli gion, by providing a plan, and such organiza tions as will secure the enjoyment of such privileges, in their own way. The number of that order, now in the city, it is now admitted, justifies thera in building a respectable Church, or place of warship. And though their means, to be derived from their own order, may be limited, that fact should not deter them, or de lay them, from making such efforts as other de nominations have made with success. The excuse volunteered, by some of their own professed denomination, that the influence ond opposition t them by the protestant denom inations of the eity, are such that they can obtain 110 aid out ef their own, is too flimsy a cant for serious consideration ; it is known to be untrue, and is a gessamer veil, behind which Ihey seek to justify themselves for the neglect of an acknowledged duty. Other denominations appeal to other denomi nations and to strangers, putting their own shoulder to the wheel. And when these have proven insufficient, they have not hesitated to appeal to congregations of the same faith, and to funds set a part for those purposes. The Chris tian character, and zeal of the Bishop of this diocese is too well and extensively known to ad mit of such excuses, in this age of intelligence and reading. But to say that Protestants will not assist in such cases even if it were a Mor mon Temple, is to say that they are against all local prosperity, peace, order and good morals, a thing so untrue that none will charge it, ex cept in dark comes, and secret conclave to ef fect 'elfish, and fiendish purposes. If a respectable Priest, or any known and re spectable Catholic citizen will make the effort, wilh the spirit and evidence of a desire for suo cess Protestant aid will not be withheld, but will be liberally extended Protestants hold the inalitnablt doctrine, (hat every man may and shall worship under his own vine and fig trea( without let, hindrance, or molestation. This they claim fof themselves respectively, and will unitedly guarantee to others. If, therefore, the Catholic denomina tion in this city, fail or neglect longer, to erect an edifice for themselves, upon them and their religious zeal, must rest the blame. The cause of public morality, and political and religious privileges is the cause of THE PEOPLE. DC7 We see a stlly rumor going the rounds of some of the papers, stating that a "Benton piper is about being established at Memphis," in Scotland county. .Noth ing tould be more untrue. Canton Rep. tO"A writer in the Baltimore Sun, who has been nfllicted severe'y in his family by that appalling disease, bronchitis, has found relief from the following remedy "Tuke honey in the comb, squeeze it out, and di lute with a little water, and wet the lips and mouth occasionally wilh it." It lias nevei been known to fail in crises even when children had throats so swollen as tobe unable to swallow. It is certainly a sim ple remedy, and may be very efficacious rritf PT FlOfl it Inn tuill artM in If not paid within Twelve SELMES BUILDINGS. - - - 1853. Runaway Hefrtte Arrested. On Sunday last four negroes ran off from Ma lion county. They were the property of Frank' lin Whaley and G. W. O'Conner, of llint coun ty. One of the negroes came into this place be tween seven and eight O'clock on Monday eve ning or the purpose of buying something to cat. He was instantly arrested, and gave information ol the whereabouts or tho others, several men started in search, and about 11 o'clock at night sucoeeded in capturing them a mile or two be low town, near the river. Each negro was well armed with pistols, knives, Sic, and no,doubt had they not got confused, would have resisted stoutly any attempt to arrest them. Mr. O'Con ner, one of the owners, started home wilh them on Tuesday. Canton Reporter. From the New York Dutchman. The happiest man in ibis world ia supposed to be a "nigger at a dance." In our epinion, this rule is loo limited. A "nigger" is not only happy at a aunee, but in every other position. A darkey may be poor, bul he is never low spirited. Whutever lie earns he invests in fun and deviltry. Give him a dollar, and in less than an hour he will have seven shillings out of il in yellow neck ties or a cracked violin. There is something in the Alrican thai sheds trouble us a duck will water. Who ever knew a "cullud pussun to commit suiciuer ihe negro is strongly given to love and jealousy; but he has no taste tor arsenic, lie may lose his all by betting against a roulette, but he don't find re lief for his despair ns white folks do, by resort ing to charcoal fumes or a new bed cord, but by visiting "de fair sex," and participating in the mazy influences of "de occiput comvolulions of der clarinell. There are two classes of writers one who have nothing to do, and tha other n ho have nothing to say. The latter are by far the mosi numerous. Force men to write only when they think, and our folios would soon be reduced to primers. A late visitor to Cuba divides the inhabitants into two classes; one of which makes a living by manufacturing cigars, and the other by smoking them. He save it ia not uncommon to see wo men wean their babies, with principes instead of caudle mixtures. Queer people, those Haban eros well they are 1 Mix Ignorance with sudden wealth, and we produce a chucklehead whose insolence will be equal to a hundred pounds to Ihe square inch. We can imagine no greater nuisance than an ill- bred man suddenly raised to the rauk of million aire. People who look into things, think they see inlo them. Nothing, however, could be more unfounded. The former requires nothing but optics; the latter optics and brains. Let twen ty men look at the caloric engine, and not more than one of that twenty will see anything but a huge mass of iron, and nn ill smelling fire-sto ker. Habits are more easily formed than they are altered. It takes more time te abridge one book than it does to write ha'f-a-dozen. The same remark wil nnnlv to letters. The only reason why people write a three-paeed epistle, is te- . ' ! . nam. I Ii au hfttfat nnl limn , rt .nnil.ni. ,t inlAAnM I..: r J ' . ... . . . It may seem like a paradox, still it a a tact, that almost every editor finds it easier to write a half column article, than he does to get up one that contains only two or three paragraphs. A western orator in a late slang-wang address to the unterrified voters of Cornopolis, said thai to save his country, a patriot should be willing to die, even if it took his life. Il is unnecessa- ry to say that "them" sentiments met with a'nni f "I UCJ C j) T) I? Ti 1 ,'triumphant echo" from the assembled multi-LVJljljlllkJ (V D It Jj Hi ll. . tude. HI a in Street, llaainibal. MO., j Tilings are pretty evenly divided, after all. The poor uw haa ao money, and the rich man no appetite. The former lives in dread of tho , ri 1 ,1 1 ,, . j alms house, and the latter o: dyspepsia and white pine pudding. Who's ahead? A,, c T f GiRL Suot BY HER Lovsr. It appears that a young German, named Fredrick W. Mitchell, had been paying his addresses to Miss Magdalene Thompson, and the father of the young lady had forbidden him from visiting her. I ir 1 ... . u r He was seen, on several occasions, to watch for her near the premises, endyerterday arternoon, about two o'clock, he entered the Shade Facto- ry,355 Eighth street, where the girl was em-1 ployed, and upon meeting her exclaimed, "11 is fits r 1 "... .... .v.. .-,1 , .1,. well I have found you; now you die, and at the same ifiiio iircu itiaiui ui uci. m cnareei missed her, and she ran up stairs, but on en-lor deavorine to escape his fury, she received a pis - tol ball in tha left thigh. The wound is of a serious nature, and may prove fatal. N. Y. Mirror. KThe "barber'pola" pattern ot pantaloons 1 out this week the stripes ascend spir ally round the leg, riving the wearer the ap pearanceota double-barreled corkscrew. St. Louis Dern. Algertne Plow. We were yesterday shown a plow, in vented by J. M. LaRo.fci;, a Frenchman, now reriding in this city, which is to be sent to the World's Fulr, as one of the ar ticles of St. Louis manufacture. Mr Ronce invented the plow some vears since in Algiers, Africa, whereit U now al-l most exclusively used. Ihe plow we saw was made in ttiis city, at the foundry of McMurray & Pawley, ou Chesnut, between; .Ninth and i en th slree seen. Il has been trie answers the nurnosa admnablv. It is ptv- nounced by judges to be far superior to any- thing of the kind ever used In this country We will say a few words its construction, and manner ot operation. It runs without being held by the hands, and is supported and kept straight in tCle -furrow by two wheels, by which Its depth (is also regulated. Ihe clevis is composed of an Iwon bav which is raited or lowered, as occasion may require, by a small screw, which may he turned with the hand Th' Months, TWO DOLLARS, - - - - VOL. X-NO. 37. tive power is placed nearer the work thsn in other plows, and the mold-board" beinj straighter, Ihero is about one-third less frio 1 tion than In any other plow now ud. Conscqnently, il. requires one-third lesi power to do the same amount of work. It - is, also, arranged with a parrlcular iegnrJ '' iur flowing rougn, stumpy mnu, ana lor' breaking the groncd close around the roots ; of trees, the clevis moving on either side as re- quired. In plowing with this ingenious -piece ' of machinery, all a man has to do ia to walk along behind it or support himself on the han dle as he may incline, anj turn the plow and let it in at the corners. It turns up the ground at a regular depth, from the most shallow te the ' deepest furrow, aa required, unevenness of the land making no difference in its running. The oargon of its cenus nossesse. all the advantage of all other plows in use, and many peculiarity1 its own. It is, indeed, an ingenious contrivance, j and farmers ought to see it if they wish to pes ess a complete article of this sort. Those who have rough, stony or stumpy lanj should not fail to possess one, as large roots and other impediments to plowing are turned up by it without difficulty, and the around throughly worked prepared for seed. To those who may be interested in this new inf provement, we will say that these plows are - comparatively cheap considering the work there is upon litem, mere are nine diUerent size designated by the numbers from one to nine No. 1 being the smallest. No. 1 with all the fixtures comes at about $22, and they iucreast) , at the rate of about $4 per number as tbey as cend en Ihe scale of size. All the weeks ex- ' ceptingthe beam and handWs are of cast Trow. and the plow may be had if desired, with, or . without the regulating wheels. A small medel of the plow was sent en t ' Washington yesterday for the portoee ef fceiner ? patented,' and one that had bee used bear the eity will be sent to the World's Fair at New York. Air. Konce deserves great credit for tho invention, and it will doubtless be patronized by fanners, and answer the purposes for wbieh it - is intended. We understand that these plows are to be manufactured at McMurry add Pauly's, on Chesnut street, where Mr. Konce will be found, willing to give any information that may , be desired on the capacity and pretensions of hi plow. St. Louis Intel. ' 1 To the People. ; I I WOULD sol.cil the special alteotios) ef all perseae , who know themtelrrs inabrcd to sac, lo ( fact that wills the commencement of this year I an DE TERMINED toelni up all ofmy old accounts, etiher by C .SH or NOTE; ana that aa t arty call and prompt 1 action on tb part of every one of my debtors Will ., oblige Your bumble servant, jan20 tf T. IU KELME& ' ' DRUG STORE. "m J. B. BROWN A CO., Druggists and Apo(b-r ee sups, City Hlel building, Hannibal, Mo f i iverp constantly on nana, a sun ana careiuiiv aeiec(e Slock of Dings, Medicines, Proprietory Alrdteinety pure Wines and Brnrdies for medical purposes, KeaMS- iDve - uffs. Window Glass. Glassware. Bnicea. IV.I uai inmumrnis, rainis, imm, jsrasne. varmske. luinery. Fancy Goods Ac, wills every thins; nsiiatlj i"u,ra n '""P1! lurnraueu a rag Mianiunawnt, Iiur Mmlieina mrm B1e-lJ .in a.tM-iwB M..J , :. ..j."., iU.f:" t uine. u In snaking onr purchases from abroad, are deal only with respectable and reponsibl men, and ara F"d "IiS5lby tt- UAUr (mch2l -S3-wly i. B. BROWN A CO. . FHKMIFAXCV AXD STAPLE GOODS. RICH AND BEACliFUL. Spring and Summer Styles! can me attention ot purchasers generally, to their caiefully selecietl slock of fea and fashionable JT) lli T (&D OlD 3 " 7 , ti 7 f . "'- Which are ju-t now received. They refer paiticularTf , ,h . . v f ' . ,, r. . ! EMBROIDERIES, of real French Work hilars, nun anu wiiaoni nuiuia i u naer sleeves s 1A- dies Kinhroid.ed HandUercheifs , Kdrings sad Inser- " tiR4 , Tiaife rins; Bands, Ciienisetlest t'apea; alee, V some briu'iful Soiiiarh Collars. This stock ia one of !'r broB-1 ' 1 r?-C',!.3r VllLS GOODS Printa ; Ginghams Jac . oriel t and I awns; Bar. re da Lames 1 1 issues 1 Plata ,ud Fj Kiered Vr.ncls oL.. ' f, children ; Summer de Uinesj Alpaccasj Popiisa, Ac , . DRESS SILKS. A selection of the snort C il'ars, wilh and without points Under Sleeves: La- rasmonaoie a.y., n.g ..., plUB colored Poult de Boies, so much ui demand I arse, a vsy , f , k gi. ', Wldth, d . hhnv i-ttc AvnPiminNi a .-.t. selection, and rheaner than the umt atvlea veiar ter sold before, GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. Cassimeresi Linens, Drap d'Ktet VestiDgs and Cottoned, Use ': newest styles j also, a sum assortment of Cuildrea'e , ', Goods, such as Carhmerettes Tweeds, tvc. STAPLES AND SUNDRIES. Domes tire 1 Cheeks, Hickory ) C'basabravs 1 Nankeen Curtaia Muslins 1 Muwlsi Handkercbeils; Cravats) Hosiery Flannels, Swiss and Jaccnst IMaslia Irish Liaea Ladies' kkirtsj Fikt Mitts asd Cloves, Parasols aad , Fan. ,. BOOTS AND SHOES Wa wnds te eaH the attest. tion of the Ladies lo ear Stock ef Ladies' baoe. We, hate some of Ibe tnest and the latest style easteea . Made. W have also aa excellent Mock el Men's e4 Cbddiea's Shoes and Boots, from the ioeal te toe coars est. .'.' ' HATS AND CAPS Cents' fin Bilk Hali.aH prices and Spring Metes, Panama, foghorn, Citizens' and '-" Palm leal Ha's, Hants' and Boy. ',7 OUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE Of toe Newest Pa tfni and Siyie. , -:i I Zl Xb" ZJZlSrSZ1' .. ,,-,.,. . .-. COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND MIL LINERS. Will find in this stock many styles. 1 . !,.,, mau v'uot to be found in Wholesala Moeses, and a they were ts, wneie ii may ot ie!eeti, ffuin ,ba jB,por,elit 1U u, tui, will , ,., :d 111 tills Mate, anil ioj lucn p, ICB s cannot fail to civ entire l le iAction ction. - 1 - ir uaii ana eismtn in uooas oeioro purcuuinK u , elehere ien if you do not buy.w will be pleaawd to show Ihesn. COLLINS BKEED. ' (air 7-lio3 w ly) j E. Si G. W. HAWKINS. HAVF iusl received a portion of their Larra and i Ex nsiv asaaoitoieat ot Lads Faaey lis " Goods, and Ueoilenian's wear. (incn-Hs-w-U rr7 We are authorized to announce Mr 5 J 1 THOS. E. THOMPSON, as a candidal i for re-election to the office of Clean or ' ; tha Cmr v it Coi-HT, for Marfon Cwuty. o wia o 1 k great advantage of this plow is that the mo- less. o 6. o o o O o p O