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HANNIBAL JOURNAL, JUNE 30, 1853.
,t OUR DAILY. We shall recommence the publication of th Daily Journal in the course of a week or two so boou as we can, gather our Stands together, who have gone oil' on a sort lbust." fXj" The following pithy eplstlo came to us jWough lhs Post OlficB yesterday morning. We don't know the author or the hand writing, positively, but we have out; suspicion that the chirography is that of a substantial farmer, not over 8 or 10 miles front Hannibal. We cannot consent to make the request he nsks, because, although there is some bickering among the Direc tors, the work is progressing quite as rapidly as if the Directory were all as gentle as pet lambs, and as loving as so many doves. Let thern quarrel, if they can find nothing better to do. It is nothing. We do not see how the sudJen resig nation of every member of the Board just at this time could do otherwise than create immense deal of confusion. But, our correspondent has a right le his opinions, and here they are : For the Hannibal Journal. Ma. Editor : I have been a subscriber to the Journal from its birth 5 have never . asked a favor paid punctually for all benefits. Will you be so kind as to say to the Directors of the Hannibal and St. Jo seph Railroad, to resign thrir Directorship? "A word to the wise is sullicient." If they 'wish to know the reason why, they have Ottly to ask. Nothing personal or local all for the read. A Small Stockholder. We had the pleasure yesterday of shak ing hands with Mr. Darlington, editor of the Chillicolhe ('in oniric th man who '. skinned the editor of the Biooiniug'.oi) Re publican. Mr. Darlington 1. a mn and strong friend of the Railnixd. . THX CRT HOTEL. The accommodations at this hotel would be creditable in St. Louis or anywhere ls6. Its excellent location, the commodious ly""1"?' ' n '(?'" be wel1 enoh to rf cbaraetei f the building, the comfort f Piih. N.-ii' or -r,-rl, generally nor the , . i- ..... . 11 . 1 1 sustained in his views of the Coo-cha-tc-pe pass the rooms, the wet lliat the table is ulwavs I, , . . . , , . T i by the opinion or the New Mexicans themselves supplied wul the tKjst the market aflotov ' . ' . , . s momtipr nr I ..mrrrf pnn nrnllirft Inn munli i tlia skill, experience and accummoda-1 ting .disposition of Msssra. Jackson iV Hance combine to render the situation 01' t guests of the City Hotel at all time ptasaat. New Advertisements. A. S. Robards .& Son have bme very, fine, white, fresh flour for sale. Tho. S. Miller is agent ibra first rate insurance company. T. D. Ufed is prepared to buy and sell negroes. The Reserved Railroad Lands. Alex. -Rush, Esq., appointed at the last mooting of the Board of Directors to select the lands for the Hannibal nnd St. Joseph llail- ' road, has just returned from Washington City, where he has been to make his re port. We learn that a most liberal spirit was manifested by the Government in favor - of the Railroad, in consequence of which the Road will doubtless obtain the full amount appropriated. The lands remaining to the government outside of six miles on each side of the Road will probably be of fered for sale in about sixty days, and those inside of the six miles in about ninety duys Call and see the new Jewelry at Cohen's. Dr. R. N. Anderson has a handsomely painted sign, the work of a talented artist, who designs taking up his residence in this city. WnEAT. Good red wheat is worth 75 to 77 cents per bushel. A lot of superior white wheat was sold to one of the mills in this city a few days since at 01 cents per bushel. Late now from C-di'ornia informs us that fUsMttor Gvria had quurre'ed with Mr. McCor- ale, M. C, end that th difficulty was to have 1 settled with rifle. Two hunroJ cattle wore drive into the city tbl seeming, for shipment. A Vouns; SBarriod saan of our acjvisintance, Who i eternally talking; meteocs and Inking eotrottonaioel aotes, (fives th fo'lowinf table of biorvation noon hi wife's em per of last wook : Monday, cloudy, v ipor'mh anl stormy with a lit'l thunder, Vein? Washing il.iV, Toes 4Y,unuiH9 warm and smuky, with oro isinn il ,)she of lifh'ainf , beine, UikiufDiyi We.lni &j, hngeible and rather (loomy, but brilit- ' ajdfd up at aigHt, when it was found that no shirt buttons were gene, being Ironing Diy; Thursday, high wind and some appearance of a hurricane, for the baby's dress was faded, and no "warrant" on the goods; being Mending- Diy Fliday, fair in the morning, because thai e were only sixty calls to return, but cold and cum fort less at aveninir. because Mrs. Jones had tho best bonnet from Mrs. Kidi s, beir.p Calling D.iy ; .Saturday, regular built "Nor' Easter" all tin ' mnrninv. whinb lulled in tho afternoon into something like musio from the almost deserted' piano, which, by the way, used to breathe most 11? 1 , . T enchanting melodies, beig general Dust Down and Icrub Up Day; Sunday, didn't take obser . ration, because wife was nbed all day. Our friend say be designs keeping a weekly diary of his observations for th benefit cf his chil dren. Sandusky Register. Is religioa beautiful ? We answer, all is desolation sad deformity where religion is not. Ma. Cl tut its; I furnished you, last week, with en extrnet from a letter from California on the subject of a route for a railway to the Pa cifio, and especially, on the route now advoca ted by Col. Denton, from the information fur nished by Ar.toino Leroux I knew the writer wui fumilii-r with the country across which thut route runs, as he find I traversed it together in '49. And we did 10 against the advice of Le roux, who it lien in person recommended to mr, Cook's route as the best from Santa F flr Taos. 1 lie most Uilhculi diiy s lourney on our whole travel to California, was in crossing the boasted bottom of the Del Norte, which was every where intersected by miry sloughs, almost tin passable for lightly packed mules sometimes dozens would be down at one time, and their burdens scattered in the aiud and water. When we mnde camp, after horiible toil, we were obliged to search the river for drift wood, for fires; and little rtst we found, owing to the myr riadi of musquitoes. We then turned the head of the river, but the pass, such as is described in Leroux's and Denton's letters, we found not, although we were un der the guidance of two experienced old trappers, who were familiar with the country. We found 0 mountain pass practicable for mules, and beyond it we found a country not such as described by Benton, but dry and sterile, both the occasional mountain ridge, and the intervening plain, almost equally destitute of wood, grass and water, and that re mark (with a very few exceptions where a large stream furnishes perennial moisture suffi cient to nourish the vegetation in a narrow strip ulong its border) will apply to the w hole country from the Del Norte to the Sierra Ne vada. The claims set up for this route, so op posite to my own experience of its advantages, have made me sustiicimis of those which have been advanced for others, and especially for the southern routes. They were cer'.ainly all con sidered bad by all the guides in and about Santa Fe and Taos in '49, Mid all found so by the ma ny emigrants to California, who traversed them in that year. The prospect of a railroad to the Pacific, has improved the character of that coun try wonderfully. The writer or the extract refered to, is fully as appear by sn article in the Intelligencer of ig,lt on m. f ubjpcU Thf re is danger lhA from 'too little knowledge, from wrong information presented by interested parties, and from par tial and incomplete surveys, the best route mny not be finally selected. In the absence of suffi cient surveys, tin overwhelming amount of reli able testimony is in favor of the route through tho South Pass, and down the Humboldt, which appears to have received less attention from tho government in the surveys now being made, than any other. THE COO-CHA-TO-FE PASS. The New Mexicans generally do not think favorably of Mr. Benton's Fass. We have good reasons for believing that, excepting Mr. Leroux, nobody among them has yet expressed an opinion that his Pass is practicable. The Santa Fe Gazette of the 20th refers to it, as will be seen presently, but without any ill-will to Mr. Benton. It believes it to be far less fa vorable than a more southern crossing through New Mexico, but is quite willing to accept that, provided it to be practicable, unless the best can be had. That paper says: Ci.l HrVTAH 4frni1pl ll,n nVtn'a vinl. ..tli great power, as th. best and most cental and pciuujjp tnu uiiijr uracuuuuic unc in.u is central to th Valley of the Mississippi and that is sat- isfactory to the interests of the North-western! and South-western States at the same time. It; must be admitted that this route vbicli Col. Ben - ton proposes and defends if judged by the cer - tihcate or Mr. Lebocx, is practicable, but at the' satnelime candor requires us to say that many ii .j , i. . In . . . . , old residents in Mis territory who nave had at good opportunity of knowing its geography as .ur. Leroux, have by no means so favorable an opinion of the route as he has. Indeed, many de - clare, that the proposed route ol Cul. Heni.in, is altogether impracticable for a R iilroad. IIuw-' ever, il the road should not lie run ulong the route which is known to ba better, viz: bv Walker's Pass, we must admit that we would prefer ta see it on that route, mther than on the route from Teiss t San Dirpo, California, which our late Delegate prefers to all others, unless w could ooeure another slip of counlrv from our Mesican neigdibore. Among th ma ny advantages tht or to be derived from tho construction of this rood, is that of its enriching the country which it is to pass. Now, if it is run upon th line advocated by tho late Dele gate, this great advantage would be lost, as it must of necessitv, iT run upon that line, pas for part of the distance, through the Territory of M vio.,. H.jt long as the best of all th mux 'hi-Mi-h tho center of New Mesico, we !iai! iidiocate its adoption, nrtil wo cannot see how nny friend or tins Territory canactdiN lerently. Mr. tleniou's plan has been subjf rte 1 t0 but very little hostile criticism si.ve pel haps frcm anti-Henton Di-inocrats. And the amount of this criticism would have been les, if his friends had been mere mutest and less offi-noivr in urging Kenton scliemn as .ist'y superior to any other suggestion, and had re rained lrw stigmatizing every infi whu considered Ui Isnastn of its super -excellence pri'ina'nre, ;. mil liliers nnd ncessioiiii or enemus Ii isxnii i. To my that fiivorinu a road to cr. throuph New Mexico, is e Hoiitln rn, nullity iny, niiti Missoiirinn sclieinc, is monstrous i.sMiniition of which only a mouth opening out ofu brazen laen u capable. We have occupied but one ground on ihis sub ject. If Mr. JieHlon's route shall prove to be practicable, it may ba advantageously adopted; although as at prosent ad vi wed we Ihjnk that a more southerly New Mexican crossing ought to have the preference, looking at the question in a national point of view or as it touches our lo. cal interest. At any rate in the present stats ot out knowl- edge to routes, nothing can be more eense. 1 1 t-bileiry or ridioulou tlmn to seise on Mr. untoti s route as the Anibboteth of politics! party J and to church or unchurch mn accord ing as he may agree or disagree with Benton on that question. Warllko Resources f Turkey. The following stutcments show that thef iruli tary force of Turkey is quite formidable at least in numbers: The Turk are now preparing for war if? right earnest! 80,000 troops are being sent from Egypt, many of whom have already arrived, and troops and amunition are moving at all points. It is supposed that in Roumtlia, the part most thrcutcned, the Government will be able to bring at once 80,000 men under arms. The present Grend Vizier, being on Albanian liable through his influence, to raise the whole of that warlike population. A meeting of the British merchants resident at Constantinople, has been held, in order to address the Ambnesador, and ask bis counsel in the present state of affaire. The correspondent of The Daily News has an account more formidable still ef the means of defence at command of the Turks. He says: 1 "The Diven, although not admitting the pos-' aibility or war, yet believing that in the pre, ent state of affairs the best mode of assuring peace was by taking an energetic attitude, re solved on adopting a scries of imposing meas ures. Orders were sent to Achmenl Pacha commanding the Mediiemnean squadron to re turn immediately with bis fleet. He was ex pected at Constantinople in the course of the present week. The fleet of the Viceroy of Eypt was also expected in a few days, cou rier having been sent to Alexandria with orders. This fleet was to bring a reinforcement of 15, 000 men. At the some lime orders were given to Din er Pasha, General in Chief of the army in Ru melia, to dtctnd to Shum'a with hii corp. d'ar mee, a force of from eighty to one hundred thousand excellent troops, inured to war, and a great number of which took part in the expidi tion to Bosnia, Kurdistan, and Montenegro. The Commander-in-Chief also ordered the imme diate formation of two campsone at Roudjock and the other at Brussa. These two red if or reserve will comprehend 260,000 man, who, joined to th active srrny of about 250,000 will lorro a ioui eneciive rorce or more than 500, 000, Available for the defence of the coun try. Besides its ordinary resources, Turkey has at its disposal the reserve chest, recourse to which is only had in extreme eases. This Treasury has not been opened since 1827. Its present contents are estimated at 300,000 "purses," er 37,000,000 rrancs at least. The Turks of all classes are decided in their hostility to the Rus sians ; and should war break out, it is the whole nation that will rise against the Muscovite. The Greek Clergy have taken the alarm at the first glimpse of the Russian yoke, und are ready to persuade their flocks to otmose the advance of a despot who would reduce Patriarchs and Priests to the slavery of the Russian Clergy. Important and powerful in Turkey, the Greek Priests see thai the merest corporal would be of more consequence in Russia than they. The naval armament is by no means con temptible or disproportionate to. that of Rus sia. The fight, if it is to be, will not be entirely one-sided and uncquul.or the inequality, if any, will at least be in favor of the Turks. Hannibal Wholesale Market. Hannibal. Mo., June 2i, 1853. FLOUR Fine City Hi-anils, $. Superfine, " $4 60ft $ I 75-WHFAT-tjOHKi'c 'f bushel. CORN 2V.i30c -H bushel. OATS-25'.i.30c tfl busriel. HEM P Good- J4 ft cwt. tobacco ti soafj oo a ct. H AY 40r$50c cwl. SALT Kanawha, 4Sc; G. A. $1 0. LAKD-7MMJc tt. TALI.OW-6fj,.fic 'f tt. I'OHN MEAL 4.Va50c V buhel. FUXSEKD 75 n,H5c 1 bushel. WOOl 3U'a34- IS tt. BUTTKR-Sy.lOc. '3 tb. t.OU o'jbc p dozen. ; ffifei? M'OAIl !vi7c IT). MKLA-SES 35ri45c W gallon. o'LK!,.El0'ul,c J.Tnva E.5."h'3,l',6.0e. 6wect' $l 50 I nco5c(7i,He iST' - MO C-L IHmbe & bushel. '.."' X-M oussi as. ,,, V' T7 ,y,, BIV "', allon- lllliKN Dry vi 'iSic! Green 3c. kamns $i 50 $i. FKATHI-1(8 3ic. nu r.i iaic'". 1 " irs ns i V II1U II1TC XMOliri 17 INK. FR 611, WHITE WHEAT FLOUR fl.hlMJlU AK1ICLK. for ue if Hip Alt hENA MILL, by A. S. ROBARDS fc SON. )' 30 f P. I. JACKSON. ABVtr SJANCt. CITY HOTEL. JACKSON HANCE. ProDrietor. 'I HE CITY HOTEL is located in th .ry centra X ol tb businoss portion ef tho ei'v, one sauare irom uia iitimumi laiiaina. id Diluting is tb most commodious in (ho eitr ih rooms art aire, and nr. out a difit of contort not furpaMtxt by any boon on the upper Mississippi. Th proprietors pltdre thai elve t apar neither runs nor can is ia ttMir on- Setvoi to aeot th oranto of thoir luettsi and rend Mtislaelion. Tk tble will t all lia-s tie nitplwd wah THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. Connected witb tb above establishment is Ih.- Gen eral Stag OSlee, also on of th laigft nd best In ry stable north of St. Louu. Bagjpjre taken to and from boats free of cfcarf. ltninb.,l, Mo., Juae 'JN, 1S53 ly. !!: HOI WAKI sVDI And degrees for sale. THOMAS D. BEED, 1 r ILL ConliLiie lo Min ba Kcro. nlsrsy pay. It ii iii Ii gliest cali mee lie ran be found ui ibe c , ol' H initial. ' ' h resi.lei.ee, one nut O ntli ij nu, un the old !se L iii.lnu road. lie rtlm-.,8 ke.l Oil luilll O lul At NOTOO! aiiicli la rt ll sti: o ut'i'uuiiujdai ii. ( tiiui. jtl- T. r. HEf P ' ll iitiir y. On Intent mul Ptllt'tt'uniH.ri'utlif I'Kr .M...-.a-. wa...l li:-.-.!.;. D..r...l'. F . . I x lui't ot ii ,.lti-r 1 1 cm Mai'Karet Jones to Mi'isri. f!'! e'l nl Waiko.i. of H..cc liuvMaisli. !felbourn, p. ii I'tullip iltJ January 6, Ibil. 'G'l.tleinen, "ince I ii plied ui your store lor a supply ol Hollo v.4' Oil, ir.eut and I'llls, I luie made oiin l cure of my teg, alter hiwing sairere.t from sereial wounds in it lor mure than two yean. T tried pteviou.ty many dortois in this country uilhout otitainins; snv raliel whatever fioui their remedies; but by usiiig Hullowy's invaluable- medicines lor a lew weeks every wound is healed and my les; is now pel fee I ly sound." WANTED I . pood il fence, and somebody to dig a cistern. Ap ply at ibis oftjc. Jt30-lt TJ. . eVKJSr.V, ; oeu wmu iuwhiki' viuni; H ANNUAL, MO. SXFnsh Arrlrnl of FALL GOODS. The lirit of the season just received by JUAVL3 CC AK.USIUUU. We are pleased to announco to bur friends, customers, end the public generally, that we ary jutt opening one of the largest and most benuliful Mocks of goods, direct iroin tho East cm Cities, ever brought to this market, lo.wlikli we very respectfully call your attention. Our stock, tn a few days, will be complete, consisting of Bl'k English, German, and Fm.ch cloths; M'k end fancy caasimeres end satinets; worsted silk and satin vesting, fcl'k and col'd; jeans and tweeds; blankets and blanket coats; red, yellow, green, blue, anif white flannels; spotted do; labia towels and bird's eye diapers; HuRi, huckaback, end Hcotch diapers; tttra bl'k and bro. table linen and cloth; crashes and napkins. Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods; plain and fa'd bl'k alpacas; plain, changeable and fig'd do; plain English and French merinos; fig'd do; beautiful pattern of all wool delaines; plain do; rich fig'd and plain brocade silks bl'k and fancy colors; plain, chnngcablo and fan cy lined silks; British, French and American prints; brown and bl'k muslins, all grades; do do sheeting; Beautiful French piano und table covers; do double damask do do do; plain and barred swiss muslins; plain and barred jaconets and cambrics; white und col'd tarlctoris; white and col'd crapes and crape leisse; Green Berage; ui k lace veils; dcmi do; fancy col d do, hi k while and col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents; Ladies silk gloves (kid finish); bl'k net mitts, every description; silk, woollen nnd cotton ho siery. A large and beautiful lot of bonnet, tafiita, and satin Ribbons, together with a great variety of notions to which the attention of the LADIES is solicited. Ladies, Misses and Children's goat, culf and kip shoes. Fino last ing and kid gaiters and half-gaiters. Boots, buskins and slippers. Men's and boy's boots and shoes of every quality. Glass and Queensware, Groceries &c., all of which we are offering very low, und will try to ! make it to your interest to trade with us. Give us a call before purchasing. 'Ti a pleasure, and not a task, to show goods. Yours respectfully, HAWES & ARMSTRONG. HEALTH FOR THE STATES!? j -1 j-f HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF LOSS OK HEALTH. DISOKDK.KKII STOMACH, INDICATION AND DKTEHMIN ATION OK BLOOD 10 1 UK HEAD. Copy ofaUllcr from Mr. John Lloyd, of Erw-uen, near llarlrih, Mei iuiitlhshire To Professor Hoi.loway: Sin I avail inysell of Ihe first oiportunity nf inform, ilig you, that lor a veiy long peiicd I was afllietedwith a ilai-tfcrous giuiune-ts anu uequeiu twuumingr in inc head, altendi d by los ol api elite, disordered rtomai h. ar.d generally impaired health: Kvery means had failed to give tn any permanent relief, and at length I became so alarming that 1 was really afraid of going bout wi.hout an attendant. In this melancholy con dition I wailed personally upon Mr Hughes, Chemist, Harlech, lor the purpose ol consul ling IiiDi as lo what I hzd better do ; he kindly lecommended your l'ill, I tried them without delay, and after taking them for a short time 1 am happy to bear testimony to their won derful efficacy. 1 am now restoied to peifect health, and enabled to resume my usual duties. You are at liberty to publish this letter in any way you may think proper. i am,oir, your ocnem nerval. i, juneo-n, irsoz. iigue.uj ji'ri. i.l.u x u. MIRACULOUS CUUK OK DUOI'SY. Extract of a JUcr from Edward Roi-lty, Eiq. , of India Walls, Tobago, duled .uri( 1K0J. To Professor Hoi lowav: I)i:a Sir I deem it a duty I owe to vou and the public at large, to mlormyou oi a most iniiacmous re coyery from that dieadful dis, ase, Dropsy, and which, under God, was effected by your invaluable Pills. 1 was tapped five times within eiuht mouths, and skil fully treated by two medirtl piactilioneis, but could nit get cured, until 1 had recourse to your remedy, and notwithstanding all 1 had undergone", ibis miraculous mediciue cured me in t lie course ol six week- (Sgned) EDWARD ROWLEY. INFALLIBLE CURE OK A STOMACH COM PLAINT. WITH INDIGKSTION AND VIOLENT HEAD-ACHES. Eilrttl of a lilltr from fiir. S. Gowch, Chemilt, of Cliftou, near tirwtol, dared July I41A, 1SJ. To Prefessnr H'1 towYi Dea Sir I am requested by a Lady named Thom as, just arrived from tfte West Indie, lo acijuaint you tbat fur a period of eight years, kei self and lainily suf fered from coutiuual bad healili,iiri3ing from disorders of the liver and stomach. Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, violent Head-acliei, pains in Ihe iide, weakness and general debility, for which she consulted th most em inent men in Ihe colony, but without any beneficial re sult; at last she had recourse to your invaluable Pills, which in a ver: short tine eifected so great change for tb better, that she continued tbem. and the whole family were restoied to health and strength. Further, tho desires me to sat, that she has witnessed their es traorjinary virtues in those complaints lucioental to children, parii ularty in cases ol Measles ana Dcariati lie, having effected positive cures ot these diseases Willi aaothenemedy. (Signed) S. UOWEN. J7i ctliortltd Pilli are mouHtrftly tffuaciom i tk following ctnJi. Ague Dropsy Infltmmatio Soro Threats Aithma Dysentery Jaundw Stone and Oril Bilious Coat- ltsilj Lit er Complaint plaints bcidry tyjf- Blotches oa tb I'eml Irregular touis skm l.ussbafo Tic DoBUureu rvrtfll kinds Piles Tiior Ulcer RhekBalislB) Venereal AfTee lit lion Gout Fetoiin cf U- H'eckness, fioi rin thleer Causa Consumption beroful oi King's t)cbiltty Evil ft.c. A,c. it M Bowel Coal plaints Tklies Constipation f th Bowl Woimsrll kinds rTead-ach Indigealiot hold t the O'tahlishment of Professor Holiowa. Z4 Strand, (near Ti -lople S ir.) London iiu i y on nendoiS til M 'ilicines throughout the United states, in ' boacsat 37jc, H?c, and tl.DlC each. Wholesale by by by th pruiciii-il Dint lious.'S in the Inion, nd itiessi. Ja. . at. u .-.anus. irw ioik tjrl'liei is considerable saving by taking tk ' ligel size. i JJ. Directions fr the euidanc of patient in eve- if duouter ai allixed to each boi. hl0-y THUS. i. HULkH. uso. a. row, a MILLER &. POGl'E, (Succesfors to los. S. Miller,) Wholesale liroccis & (jeneral Commitsiou Merchants, No. i Lev tit , Hannibal, Mo. "Co-Partaership." riHK uhdeisiftie.l bavi auitered into co-partnrw A. ship for Ihe purpose of transacting the Uiocery and General Cc mmission business, under th name and stylaof MlLLKalfc fOGUK at the old stand of Tho. . Milter, No. 3. Lev. THOS. S. MILLER, CEO. D. rttUUF, Jlnniubal, Jnnc 10, (jel'l-tt) Mmm6 Marblr Loiportam. DAVID DEAN, MANUFACTURER and dealer In Italian snd American Marble. He hs now on hand a large assortment, and will firnlih on lb Utortest notice, Mt.Mt Mantel plecesi riii Parlor snd Clismbnr Grat(S) Counter and Wash Stsnd; Uirden Vases, c? StaliMiyi kl O Tomb Stone Andeveiy other descript ion of PJ ARBLE WORK at low prices. SJ" V11 l hi IVlarbl lard opposite ne mad y House, Hunmro-l pio. DEAf.En in lumber, shingtes, laths, sash, , tc Olliee althe t'ouuling room of Miller Pogue'i Lumber yard, on the Corner ul llill and 1 bird stieets, Hannibal, Mi. lla.ri.ibal, June 10 l8)2.,-tf General wpaier and Advertising Sgent, Corner of Second nd Chestuut -Streo'a, (oves tii Vost Office,) St. Lcuis, Mo. The Cheapest ever Offered rri SAL K1V 1AJljWKtW.ABUs J. P. KAYUUKN. WE are telling our goods oil at such prices a will liable persons wanting goods to buv more eoods for less money than wa ever ilno before in Haauibal. Our stock of (toods is complete m ALMOST EVERY-VARIETY common to uses and wants of evciy person. All we want is a call to convince th people of these facts. I puichase my goods for cash, and at very low rates, wilicu will cnanieme o SELL VERY CHEAP. Our stock consists in articles as follows; - Boots and Shoes, all kinds; Hardware assorted; Queensn-nrc very late styles; Clothinpr cut to tit; of all kinds and vaiieties; Cash paui lot vt neat to,i ol ihe market. Our customers will always find VIM. P. OWSLEY ready to wait on them. Keni'irber Ihe store, J. P. RAY BURN, Commercial (Row, opposite the Biady Mouse.) (my6-ll) WILLIAH COnEIY, WATCI1MAKFR .!IO JEWELER. XMaiii iimi, iianmuai, Jlif. rpHE subscriber has permanently located in this city nr.:. t i : i. l r I and is always prepared lo repair watches, broken jewelry , tc, in the most workmanlike manner, and on the moatresonabl terms. He tia n ow an hand, and onstantly receiving fresh supplies of th finest and most fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, tie, from th best importing nouses in the east, llis stock is unsurpassed by any other bouse in tb ity( sad those who give him a call will b satisfied with his bargains; as he offers great inducements to purchaser. The cit isens of Mir ion and Balls counties are re spectfully Invited te givmeacall. fetor on Main street, opposite the "Great Western ieptS Jul teceivea in auuiuon to ins lonmer stock, a sup ply of Ear Kings. Pins, Ac. Alcoa very fine lot of jet Ear Kings, new style. Smith's New York Gold Pens warranted a very one article. uct Z4. K. iM. MOFFETT, Wholesale Urucer and Coiuiuissiou Irlt'icliuiit. CORNER LEVEE AN1 HILL STREET. Jf.1KMB.iL, MO. ' November tJ, 1852. sly 1853. SAMUEL STILLWEI.L, 18D3 No. 03 Olive-st., del. Second l Third, t. Lwuis, Mo. Manufacturer of Pure Alcohol and Puie Spirits of any proof required. Also Spirit Gas, Phosgene Gjs, Chemical oil and camuhene, warianted of a superior quality, and for sale on reasonable term. GILCHRIST rOKTER, Attorney at Law, HAVING located at HANNIBAL, Missouri, will practice in the courts nf the counties of Marion, ltdlls Pike, Montgomery, Warren, Lincoln, and St. Charier. ' (Olliee in Collins' New Jjiiildiris;, corner of Main and je2 o3 Bird Sis., lly. STATE OF MISSOURI, Coimv or Ralls, SS. In the Circuit Court, March Ttim, 1853. April 2, 1853. James H. Hawkins, Plaintiff, ) v. Attachment. Arculus C Hav kins, Defendant. ) "VfOW at this day comes Ihe said Plaintiff, by his X Attorney, and it appearing to the Court, that the aid Deft iidar-.t, Arculus C. Hawkins, is not a resident of the Plate of Missouri. On motion of said Plaintiff, it is ordered by the Court that the said Defendant be notified ihvt a civil action by Attachment, has been commenced opaii st him by the said Plaintiff, for the sum of one thousand two hundred and twelve dollars and seveniy -five cents, alleged to be due tj said Plain tiff Irom Ihe said Defendant, on book account, and that tlie debtois of said Defendant have been carnasheed on account of the same, and that m.less he be and ap pear at Ihe next term of said Court, which Mill be t- eon and held at the Court Houe. in the Towu of New London, within and for raid C' unty of Ralls, OO the torn th Monday of August next, and on or before Ihe third day thereof answer said action, thesaine will be taken aeainst him as confessed, and judgment entered accoidingly ; and it is lurther oidered by the Court that a copy df this order be published according to Law. ANDERSON & LANCASTER, Att'ys for Pl'tt. A true Copy Test: SAM'L K. CALDWELL, Clerk. May 19, !853-(Sw-w) J. LONG & BROTHER, (srctvisoHS to n. lo.nsj.) Wholesale Candy House, ON Hill street. Hannibal, Mo., (Opposite J. A. Inslee II Co ) Wh.re n,ev keen constantly on hand a larc assort ment of CANDIES of their own Manufactuie,and of superior quality to any mad in the Western country. Thev hoc to retain the patronage of the Old Deal rs iu the avtablihmeut, ud also lo wake many uew onea. p. B All order accompanied with a remittance, will be punctually tludd to. (iay5'52if) J. LONG t BROTHER. is. . . xes ft BOW, Carer r and isoslrrs 1st riajaseva, Bflta sTOSXl! AIB MUril, - WILD CAT COHNtR, 6ijn of tho Grand Oiieulal Hlack Rooetw, .Uiiu Sired, Comer of Bird Siret, HANNIBAL, MO. TK would rail th attention of our patrons to the fact lh. th yar lh32 has closed, and that the I inia.nnimvd cualum ol commercial transactions is ,a fi03t tut actoano oi in win tear, at as early a pe nod in the New rear, as practicable. Will our pat rons bear tins iu mind, and act raonpTLV upon this s'HWSlioiir Vv e give below, for the benefit of our old customers and alfto for that of as many new ones as feel duposed to dtl with us, a list ol our UK Aiwiir.s anu l.iq I it U.S. tli.e us a hearir a. and be vour own indire: () KB 1.8. ULCTIl'lED WIUSKV, lilack Hoostei Hrand. 30 BULK OLD UOl'HBON, imported from firt hand in "Did e-ainlncU." bO BBI.S. MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, A. No. I. 200 BUL3. CIDKR V IN KG AIL BR.1SD1ES, WIME JSD G.V. C Olard Bi'y, Jamaica Hum, l). 1'. Viu'd do, S.n'a Crux d., JUt au do, New Kngland do, Morceau do, Peach Brandy, A.&eif nellaiio, Madeira Vie lo Port Wiue, r-hetre Malaga do, Holland Gin All of which Tie will fell at wlir4sla or retail cheaper than St. Louis prices, lor CASH! iaij53-tt. f Paris Mercury copy, e Smith B. Allen, Attorney at Law, fUtsngof BaJDAlns;, Up Stairs,) HANNIBAL, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI, WILL prompry attrvil i all prnrentonut Ixolnes emrawe' m fen car in ih emnilrt ni Marlon, Rail r.. He will five panlrular B"rtf t th sec Mug a4 cl Iscila la nf pn or uw fliai. Oenca - In ih "MeaK'Ofar lulMlna," m Mala, awliiesi-j 1S03. BPRINO TRADE. WEBSTER, MARSIJ, &, CO.,' - vriaoieaiaie t.ioiiilers, No. W, Mala Strtet St t.ia, Ms , ARE now rrr. l.ln, lar Mock ir rahloialI Clo thlMC fnr iha Siirlii Vn... waKk in oil i... CaH, u, un ilrw.M Uw at any in llkiaellw. Vim imIi. eurchaeeni lo tall a nd tisnims unr atock an m buniui not lo toe tiitertild. Iwiif anmimeni rrty' Clothing, n4 er Pmralilt' lug (i ,, aiwaraou band, nxhltt-wam. WtBSTta, NARfl at m Millliifrr nnd Press Goofs. MRS. Bt. J. KIPD. On Swoii4 Street, Korlh ol Hill Street, IS now receiving and opening her fcPRI.NG STYLK8 of GOODS, enabling her to supply her customer with all kinds of fan-y silk Bonnets, Embroidered Gimp, and Gimpi of evtiy description and six. 6li will krepon hand a variety of Spring ManiilUs;of a new style, snd MWsea and ehildien' Bjsqoes. ATs, hr.dsome assortment of Teds, Ribbons, and FWwers. Dresses msde and patterns cut to ore? r, in the latest fly les. Gloves, Lmires, Feattiers, Ijnlies' Riding Rats, and everything els usually called for iu such an Es tblishment. While extending general invitation to allt th wishes th fact kepi in mind, that she is determine ther shall he no reasons b I groond of complaint e account er Trices. (racb-31-wy ) R. H.MILLER & CO., Whelrsnh, and Reull rira fe llt. ftil.AKt AXli EHrHI.1JalC, Nn 31, fttnin Slreel, belareen Chennat an Pin. THli ulacriorr Sir bkiw In flora ami la arrive for Spring Sales, Onn Til"l,fln,t Cinui iwt Cnaaa rr tAallltM WAHt AND CHINA. Comirhilnt all varieties and o.ualhlea neeeaaarf lo met ap tb niMt cawaleie asconmeai ever etfered (or sai 1st Ibi marfcai ria: C. C. Bin Edged Pipt, Palmed, Printed, ralnted-Flowa-Dine and siulforry. Printed-Finwn-ntiht and Sfulherre, L'nm inn IHiM", Fancy Lnstra and Whit GrnnM, E.trihenaierci . all Itirtr varie'y of alyl and patternl Plain Walit hum.J, liiue-Hniwx-t iirurea, Luatre-iuiaed-l-iiuwi and Band, r-n'l.h Clitna, Tea Suits, Tcaa, flalea, A.c, ate., of aailrelr new thitpes nml paltfrn. t-Ttrr vauety r rial, rreaaed an cm riiaassrara or Amer ican, (Emorin and Watern,j French au Buhaaiia aiaaarMf ur, al reduced prtcea. REHCH CHINA Teas, CoSVea, Tena and llnnw Helta, Stairs, Cotnfne, Vottm, c.,.,o( evi ry due rip lion. Fan'V Arllclea, of all klada, vary cliaap. F.uaiiai, T. D. Pinea. and Aaoericaa Pip Head. Walter. Ta Tiaya, ot elegant drtlf of ur owe unxruttioBe, wai ranierf enual to any in the aiaikei. BRITANNIA WARE of awry deaerlntton, fma tT Seated manalaetary ul Giaaaon ol Sum, liorUwsier, Maaaacba eiu. at low arkaa. VV aiaoadera fail atock rCd a IheH V.TA TU MARKET) is which u Micailoa ml Ik Merchants ena.iccd In thai trd la nertlenlariv Invited. Am aoftrd Cratea fur Um Coantry Trade, packed la th Seat alwaya oa hand. Our packra hae many yaara aipaiaaaa, and put upiMMli la a taannar aoiaclll arytrkaro, war aav ikmui eaatoaiera can teatify. aaaaiials. CHABLISO MART IS. K. MAUI. Martin & Brother. No 118 Maia St, St IV m No. 113 Broadway, New So k. - MAMMOTH STOCK OF EPRINO ' . O 2D H l if We are riot manufacturing the largest and most complete 8T0CK of SPRING CLOTHING aver of fered to Ihe Public and by the firt of March will hav it completed. Ottr FALL SALES s far exceesed our expectations, that we were entirely out of gods, and were compelled to disappoint hundreds of custo mers. But for the approaching season wo shall en deavor lo manufacture. stock loaf will supply all who lavor ns with their patronage. It is useless to baast of ei eat bargains, as it ia a fact acknowledged bv all svho have purchased of us, that vre can an do sell clolhtng that pays tbem better and sells off cleaner than those purchased at any other house. Call, and sr will show yon through with plaa- tf Motto Larp. Sales and small profits. . i MARTIN fc BROTHER, No. 113 Broadway ) K No. 1 18 Mai strt. New Yeik. S I St. Louis. , febl7-ly McNeil's Spring Style of Hats. TV holeaal and Iteiaii. 17 and 19. slariet St., ST. Lllflil, WO. IN Inlroduclna oiy Flyla of Data fol th Oprlnf ot 153 I would aali enpetal altantioa ui tha coaiburatiun II areacatn of tha ai.ul Itnporlant requirlte or an artiela of dree, beauty ana uiliny. it le iifni, yet itruns, or correct prawirtlutia, an at tli aanie lluie fitly edapied lur a ninmr hat- In lb aaana laciuie nt iiat, my nulto la ('axcellr, Tha rtclienl ma terial and the best wntkmannhlp, united with thv m,wt unttrinB Icilauceet auperviaiun, canni (all la aruduc a kat wnhy of tin niuito. I ha,e a fall aanojtmeat nf tha fineat cooda In my llM.eefls arimna all Hint la sr, rkk and taalilooakl la Hata, Can Straw fatid Panama Gtod, espec ially loteniled to BH tka do niands, ettlier wholeMla or retail, al' a coauutunlly amawspidly . advaticin la wealth and refill, oieut. and tbua artt&csst wauaa that rblk.w. At the same time 1 em aell tlm atapie good af thai tradraa low aaany other Ih St. Louu. I respfctlnlln Invtle a petaoual tnepe'-tlnn or my stork. mtaiO In JOHN NrNEItV 17 and 19, Market PL, aeat koua u htaiaw HAYDEN & WILSON. IMPORTERS AND M ANUFACTfSSRS OP Ssiddlrry and Coach Ihriwitt, Carriage Trimmings, eke. X. 11, SorlU Main street at. ,!. Sateead aeeordlne so. Aes f Oouareaa, la ek yaa 11, by J. . Uol'OUTON, kt D, hi UM Clarke , ! Ofllo ot tb IhMnrt CDoxt fee tb kaatasm I Mstjiet af Pnaaylnala. Another Scientific Wendell GREAT OURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! D. J. O. MOUCMTOR'O THE TVUB DIGE8TIVE FLUID, B, GASTRIC JllCU Prepare rroia leftaal, r tkMrth etswach Of ta at) at. irectiOM of staraa ueig,tn f ri rmyvmounxw I ami by J. 8 naUton, al. !., fiiaaHkia la. I IHUtST " Ouck la Ik una BMaalna of Ik Ward PatWia. ti iatliacltlcf alemen-i. or muiMiiHtlr r Ike Caatrta Juice Ihe aolvimt nf tb food, f.e rtfriryhnt. emeevkaa. aa atiwalntln aet T tlx Maasack aa latkatla. It at mari4 rruta tli imi atawaa at IM uaa rxatia a ana ami Sai4, praclaaly Ilk Ike aaMral Caatric Jalc aa U curuiical puwara, aud furalalilaf a toasalete aa parlnet ant alt tute ,or it. Tula la Natara'a ewn remedy r aa aalmltky ataaaaafe. is art t niaa k.m equal iu carntlv powera. It coataia aa ale. taal, bliu-ta, arila, or nauseouadruga. it leeilraly ae'asaaiw to ike taste, and may b taken by tit asol kuakla paakinui wkat ratmnt cai a waiwr erackvr wltboat Ik aaoat aaaaa Siasraso lleware ot druevd iuiitaiiona. Fuia t at a Staff Half a teaiMMji.il un f feinun lulu? ta watf IH 4kk a dl-awlve ii,a puuilat'roaai aeef la ebeul ta kiMf,tnl W 10 luuiacb. i . . J OclenllOo Kvldtcl T The H jeutilM; avldenc apua nrlmk tin reastdS ) laaal a In the lnheat Si'Srea curiuua au- rusanrkabks. Cll on tn aent aud (el a acrlpti elclar, cralni, fflvra tare aiuounl at ae aiillrlc iaa, from tklii'a AakaMl Clteiu.atry: Hr. C.i! a Fnyalo-vey , UiaeatKmi Dr. Paraara n r-xtl anS Dial! Dr. Jk W liap uls-a Vrk Utntp ity; Piaf. Duuiiiaou a rniato-e-iy i M Oiuirnaa, mi Vala Culia. l). Caitieuter'a l'hainvl c lo(,clbti itk report ul'culca frum all paiU at Ih Unite Otale. feMlu la fr'luia aisd Powlaa. ' Dr. Hnutlit.ia'a feiana to prepare ia Powder a-l t rl4 fuim auj la fieacnpiiua viaia Kt Uie at Pkyaalan. Iks poMatr will Ua t ly wail, ft of poai-, fot a Sollatf cut to Dr. Hmitf iiun, Plnladvlpkla. a fry onstai E TIIIH: tviy kolll of tka aaalwPyi lu-ara Hie writu a aiaaluia ol J S. Hu-kta. M U a ft pnwir, railailrlnki. f. iopy-rlfltl SIM Tra Staik w. rWia lit ail dtunauikauil ali la atedtataea, Prtca, Uflat lXlLA Il, per k.,tll , . T. U BP.ryTIKOHASI 0,, ShaMkal u-Ht VMiai-aaiaax SWiak Afanaj, cjsasaSkkSMSi. Ill ., a-.- '