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- HANNIBAL JOUKNAL, J ULY 28, 1 853. k ! Ti) li ' , i; 9 WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 17. 1843. ELD. J. CREATU of filmy will, the Lord wtltlnfr, preanh In th Chri.Ua Chapel, la thli etty, next Friday trrd Snrw Bigot, ana Bvnday morning. ? For the JoUrnSl? f MAMW:G9r ; w iTl cortelt.j,"b canmuaio lor iny niarsiui, ne win re ceive the lupport uC , H HEMEMBEH, -17. That ft Bltolloa for Cljrki of tat Ctireitt ami tbaaty Ooerta, awl Of tht UaonlW Cefirl of Qjmm tM, will tx bittMinday-' '... at ONE DAY ONLY ( ; The Jtallrea and Dally1 Ida at tu'i U Tiepl.' I ThU morning a delegation cornptned of Maj. Donaldson; I). B. Brown and Jai. Klein, Jr., of Barry, and O. M. Hatch, of Griggsville, Pika cdtmty,'r III., arrived in our city for the purpose of consulting wTtli Maj.; Bucklin, in relation to a survey of tlia Pike county UiilroaJ. Mr.'' Carter, siiper-, intendenf of the ' Sanirrton;'nd 'Mot'cran Railroad, and who N also Vice President of i .company jrode over , tliV rpu,t last week, and expressed himself much pleaded will it, entertaining th8. opinion tint, a Railroad eetU be built befweaa' Naples' and Hannibal, on nearly a direct line, find at " Com paratively email ot. r , They appchn4 no dilrleolty in obtnii.ing V e'harter Tromthe LrgUlattre, a talleJ eeasion of which m.iy possibly .be held next winter. . A very important part, of their business, re ted t a iiily line of stages to Naples.' , Think f it! a mail from Clsieige in a sUy aula Kilf!--. for iu who have been ed to wait four days for the Eastern raiil after it arrived at' Chi g a' semetiiaes fourteen days in the winter, when it hadtaeomte up in a eart, after waiting for the Missoari fiver to become passable. There is a large amount of travel from the Ill inois river to Quincy, by persons ; who are .'bliged legate that point, because they can do on 'better.'' Yet Ae distanes i double tint from Naples te'Haaiubul.' Of course all that trarlcd would be diverted to this point; We 11 n ler stand that emigrants,1 in passing through Pike couuty, westward used to enquire only in rel.i- lien to me crossing enitc iuis;sipPi av viuin- j cy j now thoy 'almost universally enquire about j the Ferry at Hannib-d, anl the moans ef reach- tngit. .;:'!;; , The pople of Pike comity are detenniiieJ to have that line .of . stages. They will '.' return with a printed petition, w'ioh will be iinmcdi- . te,y c,rc,dled' an.J a lar?e !v,mbcr naTn?' ! it is known, can bso'nainsl. lais pjliuun ) will pray the postmaster General to authorize ' th transportation of the raiils from Naples to Hannibal. "As no doubt is entertained of a favor lo result, a daily lit.ef stages from Naples to Hannibal, we may hope will be commenced about the fi?st.ef .September, rjexl, Our cilizens are too deenlv interesfed'not to m Jjtofward hi' enterpriii ia cf ery'ppsalbje properjl "manner. I lie luHenoe ot our represeniauves in Congress, combined with that of Col. Richi on of Quincy, whose district embraces Pike county within its limits, and the influence of Hon. Richard Yates', ef Morgan District, will denbtless all be exerted in favor of the confir mation of this new post route by Congress llie napies an 4 mnaioa. ua.ij, .,uc ui a,..Kc. will pass on nearly a straight line through Kin- dcrh jolj, Barry, Silem and Grig'jville, nt eio'i of which there is niw a post ollwe. The local travel between these two points and Hannibal and Naples would bo alone nearly sufficient to support a daily line of stages. FBOCEEDINGS OF TEX BOABD OF DrEECTOKS; " . THS DEPQT tHK EIGHT OF, WAT. . ' "- The Board of Directors tha Hannibal and St. Jo. railroad adjourned at 1 o'clock,: to-day, to mee t . at ChiUicothe. 'Thj. regu lar aassion woultC'.be' ib.-'ieyfembarr'lwi'j called session at an earU.rdataiI - . sr.. bly be' rsquirA iD.aiwaa transact rKtxr&istAZpi"!''-' , "J -,u " T ' , ,6 afraiaoIihese men: they have such vast learn- tho widtn seitne emoanhments w creased fiom fourteen to fifteen feet. Mr. Lakaaaa introduced the following resp- lutioa : " i ff.iaiii. The City Council of the cilv of Han nibal, have expressed a willingness that the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company should bring their Road inU said cily, along . Collier street to or near ita eastern termina tion, and Uieitca to the river along any street Lelwrea Collier and Centre streets, and Whereas, the Company have already located the Road on said Collier street, Therefore, Resolved, That the company will bring the Hannibal and St, Joseph Railroud into said city, along raid Collier street, imd thence lo the river along some street between Collier and Centre streets. ' ' Mr. Corby offered the following suUtitute : Itexnlmd. That tho Enirineer-iii-Chief . in ad dilion to Ihe power already conferred on liiia by resolution of this Bjard, be and ha is hereby instructed to cause a full and complete exami nation of the routes through Collier street, and aUe any other route that in his judgment may be deemed advisable for tho interest of the Rail- rnad comnanv. and to prepare an estimate of the costs of these several routes, together with their relative working and prospective value to the interest of said Uoad, and thai lie uo also em tiowered lo ascertain upon what terms the right of ay for said Road can be obtained upon the everal xoutca. aud also to receive propositions from land holders r their aceuls. upon what erns the necessary amount of land cau be ob HainedurMin the bnt.ki of the Mississippi river and upon such other places, in or adjacent to the city limits, for suoh other asnount of land as he may deem necessary for the use of the company for the necessary uuuunigu, attu uiai ne tie re ' mired to report at trie next meetine ot the Board, and all powera conferred on committees heretofore appointed, in reference to frettuig (he right of way through -fliVeity of Hannibal, and gelling lund for depots and oilier building, ne eossnry fpr.tlie -wants vf ihtcorppany, be and it hereby tepealoJ. r H . t "j Carried. " "AVCI Messrs. Stewart. Cork v. Talhotf. 'l:...- n ' ' yowling -arm iirmft A?airriti-Msas1. Lake Thompson and . ,Mr. Lukensn introducef the f ollowiac reSo- 6luGon: .y?ofW'rThnhs! Poad of .Dirtcrs hav Wlntenfioft t eliaege' th fotailort of the Road W jilyh )rSe liniitk of ihe cily of Hannibal, from thit adopted 1 by the Board at Glasgow. Hr. 'Stewart ,ofjTer4the following iubstitute: Rtsolvtd, TImt aL'lrns rtie Engineer-in-Chief ahall snake his report, under the resolution of.lhis Board now Opart vecord, causing surveys to be nUd by fif, Villi the view of ascertain ing the moot suitable site for a deput at the east ern end of the Hannibal and t. Joseph Railroad, this Board wilV.procced to locate said decot, unv- ing due regard to the interests of the Cily of tf . L M .21 ... .1 - . . at.,- , 1 iMwmium, mill m un views and reoninmniuia- mnni of the efty council of the city of Hanni- Ditl. ' ' I- - a 5,.t ' , Tho.'substilntc 'n-as ndoptedi s-a :r . .Ayiss-rStc.warl,',' Corby.'Talboit,' Diwlinjr, Shortridge and Guvcs., jiuystiutciiau utid Thoiapson. i y. y m a , .. . , . . ,. Ourootiunof Mr. Corty, it was. ' Rootppii That the Hoard of Directors of ihe Hannibal .and Sf. ' Joseph' Railroad Company hereby olRcially declare that they have the hiirh- t rejipfct r.llie members of the city council of tlte.cily eC II innibal, both individually and collet-lively, mid that in any action taken by this B anl in re forcnr- to tlx; aaid itailroad and de pots throikfbithk Cily of Hannibal, the opinion of the said city council will receive from this Board af Directors, that renpeot and influence which the official authorities of the cily of Han nibal are justly entitled In,' not inconsistent with tho interests of the said Railroad Cuinpany.. ' Mr; Stewart proposed the following resolu tion:. .-. ' ' '. ,' .. . . -, ''. ' Rfsoltxd, by this Board, Ihot the surveys to be made by the Etigincer-in-chief are not intended or designed to change, or in any manner to af fect the present locution of the liunuibul and Si. Joseph Railroad, but solely for the purpose of ascertaining the best silo for a depot. - J lie rcuiiiiiim wa muimt-u. ... .1 : a o. rv...i.'.. w t'l-... ' .! ayi1 flicwnri, wuiuy, AUiuuii, Aiionipou, Shortridge and Graves. , Nuys Messrs. Lake nan and Howling. Mr. Shortridge' introduced the following re's olution: ' r-.v , . . lli'svlrej, That a copy of the proceeding? of this Hoard at this sct-sinu, be tendered to Ihe new,1)aFr, 0f clly flir publication. . Qn molioli ; ot Mfw Stewart, the . resolution wa$ ,aW on the table. ;' Ayes Stewart, Cirby, Talbnlt, Dowling and Graves. Nays. Lakcnan, .Thompson and Shortridge.. . loiTon D"05r.Cl roust not withhold the ex- pression of my obligations to your amiable, mag nanimous and astuto, friend, for his kindness in furnishing the cilizens of Hannibal with an ex tract from Dr. Dowliug's loiter, which has gone the rounds amongst the opposers of Revision, for many months. That extract contains the - r t ... . CHEAT &flGf ptT AOIHSf StVUlQ.N, VIZ! That - i Aloxandes Cain pbtl and, hii brethren are co-op- eraiingiiniue enverprisej i. jDuiiurw. ami ins brethren are likewise co-operating in the Amer ican Bible Society which Society is now eit gaged, or has betn, in revising tin Scriptures. .They ars-also co-operating with the American and ForeIg"n Bible Society, oiid'if flieir presence and cooJteration be so ollensivc, contuminating and dangerous, why don't these squeamish, here-. P(msi,rvalurs r rib(11lv v renudiatt repudiate , -.w -si), h ..j r C. and rrcident Shannon are amongst ihe list of revisors or translators." Well, suppose they are their W?rk ill be sulunilteil to more than twenty plWr.,revisors members of the B-.ptiil, Ih"esb'yljejliiriiAlL'lhodisl . l-'piseopalian, and oth er churches.' Have fliTJe lto riitHi such prodi- gious leajining, and do Jjtey possess such ami- auig.Tiinut-nuo, aa o3iiosc uii iiie-wiiici icmuu te allow them to Qerra pt and mutilate the word .of Godt.ao a;t'Cf'--tiyst tkeir own peculiarities?! ! IWhoi higher xpnipWg could the opposers of : . . ' .L-V i ' i n e luWir nn),al 1 nn1 Clintmnn thin itnnlisiil .LT. "Z pan lniila b,ack louk ...hile. an,i datlia si.e most heretical and dancerous doctrines in , ueaulltui d,alicrv. thev will outwit and de- ceive all our learned men, and make them and all of us endorse that odious Campbellism." ! I Such puerile objections ore certain to rebound with accelerated force upon the head that uses themj and from my heart I pity the man who, having uething better to oiler, stands behind si screen, and feeds hi toothless malice upon the thought that vuch quotations will excite preju dice againtit those whom ho is unable to meet with argument, as a maul TAL t'ur lie J. urDal. ( Mr. EoiTon: Feeling deeply interested in the cause of education, and anxious to encourage others to pay more attention to the subject, on Friday last Ui company widi a friend, I attended a public examination at the school house noar Ihe residence of Chas. Hubbard, Lsq, on tho Yet Ely road, -l'orbes, Principal. Though he had labored under serious disadvantages, not the least of which was an unusually large number of pupils, crowded together in a small rooiti. yet it was very evident that uuusual pains. had been taken with Ihctn, and that their i'nn oipal, in addition to his aoholar-like attainments, possessed great tact in managing and teaching No one but a teacher, cau properly appreciate the difficulties under yvhich he labored, and I therefore cheerfully bear testimony to the pro ficiency of the scholars, arw bespeak for their teacher a continuation of that favor ho so well deserves. Not a single act of improprioty di I notice among some 70 ot 80 children. (act convincing at our that a due rgarl had bean staid to' the Aonv training, and that tlieir( parents duly appreciate tho poli'lc and genllc- manly propmstie uf Lre.,rTlieririphbrs, with Iruo Westers hospitality, had- provided esceU lent refreshments, and seemed to enjoy them selves as 1 bnd ot brokers, with cordial fecj ingsl iesfoeand frkajship, 0)1 j lUwas Willi no slight degree of .anjoymeiil'.lhat; I shared with them In their festivities. -. Such meetings should always be euoouraged: they serve to unite us together with stronger ties' of frierulahsp, and more important still, serve to awaken a strong interest in the cause of educafion, and en courage teacher and pupil to renewed exertions in their appropriate spheres.'. It Is really dis couraging tea leaoher to labor monlh after month, and to find hi" labors unappreciated, and apparently uncared for by the parents of those confided to his care; but when a strong interest is manifested in the welfare of the school, all are stimulated to greater exertions than ever. In my opinion, if parents would drop into the sihool-room every two or three weeks, they would find their children making wuph greater progress.'.'- - j As this communication is already too long, close by expressing the hope that nil parent" and not those of Miller Township only, will tuke a deep interest in the cause of education, or. hi other words, the cause of their country. . -, , ''' ' ;"' y A.K CJ n ..si TiintE Bo4ts BcbSi" ' AT.Sr.-Loifls: W'drl learn from the St. Louis News of yesterday's date, that the Dr. Frank n - fia.' '2 Srrd TOifll City were burned te the water edge Ly a fire which first broke out in , the . former, between two and three e'elock, yesterday morning. (The damage to the Highland Mary wa but slight, compared to the burning and sinking of he other two boats. Whole loss, $ 80,000 to $i)o;ooo. '.No lives lost. RkHi.ykr, J ii. HaUvarMlJ, (., has rwaorsd his efflos U Ula sunier of Froat nvi Bird stroots, 1 ; ; ! ;i : F r(b Hsaoibsl Jutrraal. ! tn -SWEET TO TBBtK. 0! 'lie niiet lo IhiLk when all bsl fled ! ' . . ixfir lb sti-p of irida ani icorn ( ' I l'hD Icieniii wiLli kuuay fiuilus are dead, Aad earth i' drear aud hearu forlorn ; Til aaevt M tklnk llian-'a on heart tru; I . , A)'aioh t4erty'caA ue'v suIkIuk. . '! i Tin sweet to think whrn ftltt and tears' ;, iiavs bden our lot l-r luuy year, :' One bi'rt ctio, nf r uti rHin and ill, .. Will lirart thi s itnnua aud love oe (till ; 'lif soeut to think, v, Lou all biM.ks, ' ' One heart is true, altbooEh it break. 1 'lis sweet to think, when friend below, . ' " Look o Id wiihcra who sn bod smiled j - Tuiiig'u teioi clll huwl and void winds blow, - We tinl that rn we loved no. wildl): - -lis sweet to tnti.a, triuMph all tbnakl fly, . 1 .'.'Una hart Mill li;'i; oa till wo die. . . Tie iwcct upon a broa.'t to lenn, Where truth withia tte hemt is feen,': 1J. amirc frum tliu lovjnte ejo, - - Ard (Totento'ita truthful i((hj "! ,'tinsweesto think thtro's jet for rss," ' j; . Una iailhtui hiart's Uuo viui.aibv. " . MlllM. K- '. '.. .. From the, Indianapolis Journal.' An Impostor. -A certain itinerant, named Eckstein or Sextein, a German, professing tu be a convert from tho Catholics, is wont to sojurn among our brethren, giving him- sen out as a iierman iMissionarr. lie is about five feet high, lias black eyes, and is generally very ordinarily dressed. He goes on toot, alleging that his horse died. It is his custom to ask assistance from our breth ren to buy another. . 15 v being a little cross questioned, as to the time and place of the decease ot Ins horse, he can ba easi ly entangled in his talk. He generally ex iialiales upon his sutlerintrs endured from his former brcthern, the Catholics, and lays much stress upon Ins having baptised tuty seven papists within a year or so past. j He attempts also to pruuch in Ijiiglisli, but woo to the Jiiigiisa ears that come within the range of his speech! Sometimes he givts liimelf out as a llapti-ii Missionary, mid at oilier times as our Missionary among the Gtrmnns. He lias in many instances, imposed himself upon our brethren, and ob tained money liom them which ought lo have been appropriated to worthier objects. Let the brotherhood beware of lino. S. K. UOS11UUU. Ilannibal .Wholesale Market. Hnnibl, Ma., Jotv 23, ISoJ. FLOUfi Fine City Brands, i, . Superfine, " . $4 50f.$t 75 WHEAT bOfaiWe $ bushel-85 cts. for New Wheat. t'OBN-253.36e bushel. , OAlS-2d!ij30c lit bushel. ' HKM P Good $4 ewt. '' : TOBACCO $2 ."I0'a$5 00 V east. HAY ll)-,0c cwl. S A LT Kaiiauha, 45c s G. A, II SO. LAK-7'i;c ' tt.. T ALIOw'-HKc i th. " , . COKN Ml-TAI 45 VS0c blKhet. FLAXSHI-'.D-(5h miic bushel. WHOI. 2ll; iSac rl tn. nUTl'EIt-KM lije. s lb. I'tiUS tto V- luen. At'l'LES Urinl, $1 10; Green, E0''U0. 1'KAl 1IT-S Din-U, ti oO'!i3 noue. ' ' f-L'HAR Vt7c V tt.. M KLASSES 35f? 45c V eMon. COl'KKE lO!"Ulc V f.. I'OTATOES-l.-i-h, 30-vfiOei Sweet, f I M. OMONS-JO V0s V bualul. KAl-UN Sc'-iSc SfCNK COAL 1t.2jc V I'Hiel. WHITE BEAX8-fl W$ 85. WIIISK.V Cily Riaials l'c r gallon. HIDES Pry 7;'x;cj Green 3c. KAHNS-S l .0 l$ l. FEATIIKKS-3-Jo. 1IO.NEY :jiur.'t. 1 11 H A N D Y. )I HK Old l'als and D.rk Diandy foe Modiciatl purbuaa, 1 tm, wl ftt tUii lruu bwra vt r -July 'iu, WJJ-JiJ4 ASDliR30.V.: w INK.. Para Old Part, Sbtrry, Madeira, Card aad Mai w, for baarauimial and Midiciial 'UrHxca, oirwUDtly fur tali al tb Drug cio.re uf . July 20, 8j3-443 AMDKBiOM. NEW DRUG STORE, jt x. a n . anuniiwA, is jaai psora ana -1,1 Iran MuuitAAtl tiA k&lui & 1 I.I. mint of Erugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Vuo,I)v-l utU. Wiodoa Olaaa. Spat, Por- f ai.ry, Himp Biwahwi, aad avary atkar article a.ually kept iu a llrux tki-aa arimlm bar ba lalaotod bjr hiai- Mil WHO yrai aara. wihh vy one or in Di-av aruttniai m tlie Hit-, aoJ ha WAHKAStd cvary arlicl!J by hlia, to be OEail ISB AND FRKSM. Ua oMupiaa th Old 8 land ud (Halm and Matbews, oa Mam atreat. opuvaiu in civy howi. .. -t I.. I- IA lUVt . 11.-1, majr I f 4 NEW GROCERY. AT the rdd stand, tlm Baltimore Store, nontly opposite the t-ily Tio!,: where may be found fowl kwnrtmftit nt rWi.tli of Hue (jnnlhr, fhinn IN HSKft. AftS Wit) It Ihrv rnn In hil, l.iilli.r. -vir. Inrri. ww I ranat tliiny n Irk 11. 1 MIDI ll aiihfta t, mt ntu, la ca I 1 JOHN r. AWE.-". 4 j'. w . : f. , i . . ., f '. . INTERF.STING NEW 'J300KS I f Clovernook, by Alice Carey , - " " Fresh Leivrs from Ws(erB H'ootts, by Miss FulleVj , lemsfrom FsbtsLamtj' , Way to do Good, by Abbott ' ' '"' "j''; . Cornerstone, by C. B. Tsylort ' " " - '"" ; -Quetr Bonnets, by Mrs. Tulhill j For ! at Ihe New Beok Store, hjr jyltwlf I). K. GARMAN. - Wholesale Groceries, (right cheap.) QA HOGSHEADS or PRIME SUGAR. Olf J50 SACKS of PRIM B RffJCOFFCT, jnst arrived." u - )T. H. SELMES. ' NEW BOOKS!! ' JU3T n-wtTt sat for stis atattfeBlt-mlBtss. a ft FANATICISM, a TloI ttt tojth, by Miss Hsrsba U. Btt', Jnl (.ul.hJ. ' - Ciivktrt ll.i i iiAi.itin, ar Loss sat tint Vtnormn, bt CsUiariiM irw'.ikir. i . j.. .... jTbs sc fr It'rhre and snnfi ttie INttUto McS lbs rnnscrs fail; f pHinft lh f. n nf jU 4 t Stis trrfli ot turn. Tim h m' tirg Ltirmuiriaiil 1tnooutigHli by tflclaU C'iwf lsin of Ms t'nl'nl &'ntat Snte) , Ihe WWe, WmU W.IJf ! . Q'lt-cflhy. by fbe uaie au'hr. . , ; lhnmaslfuoil'1 Pucsn and YV hila1itir, - Jj-26tf , lino YV hlie Flour!- 1 tts iv ' 4miCcIi' ' uriin't. ' iV' rr nr-n U V .fi P&iNGlf Akl'Iff.K. r..r ?aVal Ih- Aft; fiKNA mTJ-L l'y ,'' A. S. HOnAUUS i bON..-- ' i19 ,f ! v i i .1 1 1. Irtlerrsdnj to Savryrr! 1 . ! :r 1; I'-, wish tq (li.pii f. of Sn Interest r- one-Iourlli ... uuw-iiiii,i, iti nwr-uuii ill itui Avvv CICBUJ caw Mill (upright' paw)-oil bait Itiver. i - ' This Milt has as (ins a location as any Coonlry Mill la the Ktatet beinj; n 8alt River, at lb point at which the Hannibal and New London Planx Road crosses it. It is SHrrounde4 by a fine rick nich- i , o - 1 1 . T ... I . - ... I ... 1 f .... t- . bwrhood, imnrovinr rapidly, reqmrinr a vast arnoont of LnmbeS and than anly 1 wile frem Hannibal. rrom wbrrh, larga lulls ean be bad at jaod prices. Our raeilihVilar obliiaiha? trM-vamnia kuhU nf . as ftlacjt.'Vyalruit, MpU( stt Kinds of Oak,t.,are scaiceiy equalled oy aay oioer asm. suit Hirer lor ?0 miles up, abcrtin.lt with the timber just named, which ao be at inodifate ptlcea.T --i . To a first rats nradicat sawyer immediate api picuiion, we tt i ilefr tin interest as above, oa terms very aeeommortatiiig. l'o other, man a thorough ex perienced sawyer, need apply. ' CLA.TTOK' fc'HAYS.' . New I.onrton, Mn . Jufy 13, Ib53. (jyl3wtf) t"Tlie Qtiincy Whie tiffass copy to ami of 5 and send bid to this. Office. ' . i .. Daguerreotypes ! Daguerreotypes ! 1 - W. P. HITS, ' I rsKicni iragurrcan artist, wonia simply re- 11 mind the citizens of Hanuibu.1 and ui round in? country that ha is still taking pictures at hi: t 11 -.r- . ... iif ii . uniiery on jiain sireei, over nison s Hardware store, and would inform them, that from rrcenl additions to his stock, and hisiirfirnsed fueiiitios. he is now prepared to'tuke pictures !a'. style on riijirriur i nny iiuri'ionire lUKPn ill U1IS City, and at reduced prices. - Call and examine. p.. V OLi p ii ant;",;. ' . , .1o. 1G, Ml. Charles ,i ST. LOUIS, MO., Particular allmtwn paid to disitms of the -i D0V27-ly . i I . JUST Rtreiveil and for sale at the Hew Book Btora, by D. K. GAKMAN, . Patnsm'a Menlhly j Peterson's da. , Harper's da. Godey's do. ' ' ' ' ' '- 1 ' Graham's, do. -Knickerbocker do. Illustrated Magazine of Art, ate. jyMwtf S. F. JACKSON. IIAKVEY HANCX CITY HOTEL. JACKSON & HAWCE, Proprietors. rpiIE CITY HOTEL is located m the vary centre L of the business portion of the city, one square from Hie stt-ainboat landing. The building is the most commodious i lo I h city the rooms are any, and pre sent a A groe of comfort not iirpeil by any liause on the upper M i.si"iipi. Hie proprietoi pUdin theui M'lvfs to spiiin lirr ) rins noi xpo ite in their en dravois to meet tun Win's Si t'l "i U'liisllji and. reinler atislitciinii. Tho laVii- will a fill lims te npplied with Till'. Bl'.sr THK M A hKK T AFI UIlDS. ConnectC'l wiih Ihe aliovc M;illithient is the t;-n- eral Stnir Office, al-o on of Ilia laigeot and best In e ry stiililin not I It of SI. Luii. H.'Hi !"R taKin to anil- troin nneis tree ol Cliargc. ' tUombat, Mo., Juae lMa'J-ly. ' Missouri Slato Jiluluai Fire otid Ma rine lnsuranc liiliital $ vrE.V Fire To! any poiiod D1RFCTORS. B. D. Tagc, S M. Edged, J. 5. McCune, C. S. Greeley, B W. Alexander, E. Wyman, . T. W. Hoit, C.1H. Peck, D.A.January. a. 31. EDuELL, f teaideal. H. D. Bacon, Treasurer. F. B. Hom st, Secretary. ' tr 1HO. S. MILLER, Acent, Hanoibal, M, . je30'53-iy And Negroes for sale. THOMAS D. REED. WILL continue lo purchase Negroes, always pay ing the hiit casta price. Ha can be found in the cily of Hannibal, or at hie render e, oaa mile south of the city, on Uie old New Londoa, road. He will always keep on hand a lot of Negroes which he will sell ou accouusteualine terms. june3l)-wt!' . f. D. REED. MONROE HOUSE, IIANMDAL, MISSOURI. ff'lll- mulaira'eiieil nromitlor. would reined fill If il Jk-- lt.iui UiB pualie, thai he lias jitst opruea in a it ami' eh pant al)h', ttie above koie , and knowii g the anticipations uf l.U fiivmls, Le asaeies them and the public thai li j1' Kle autl aiubitiuu .iuJl be satit-aed, not only by keeping a luiicii bc-tlri ho(l?e tlia.i bin ei hern kil l to lb iriy,bil thai rouetli-il excel Uiuiiu .1... Ci .1 1 . .... p.---- T M - . - , ' This i a tall pM;-', but try tnui au.l yon mia'i tt I, ii. mioot, joruan ai mivin, in luniirnitn wuu il... ii.m UH...I.T nun mn-T KDiriiinii m.u e UIK.MUC Ul 1 I ,.uu.a, tu iwt - ' " C - .... : I- Ar c. f ii. il. Suul v. ik. - ili nnhli e:ili be accoininvdaled Bpeedity v. lib .-ale and fal hoii.es. hue buRiiea, carri;ea, or Wka, lr tviy iktst ination. Also the best feed and aslant iu, to kssses t mules, all al fair latet. i (uylJtjni) GOODS.. , BOUGHT lit, t'OliC THE RISE, t Till'. LARGEHT and Uie greatest assortment r pooJs ever breu)riit to Hannibal, just now received, and will be sold, certa sail The sub scriber would partleularly call thai attention af his woholcsaU custouvtra to litis fact, and all persons oousing to llaiitubtJ to rmrohas goods w ill Cnd it ereatly to Itiett 4 vantage to cw.lt oa prm-tf. , , T. R. SELjMES. 6 Compnny of St. Louis. , , US- to i t , ) iOO.UUO, and coustanily V V.-"--',, n ic.es Usued, d Term Policies fof '''Ve JCJZ lm" from 30 days to six years. V-VirVI" TT "Wi I llnllhUvii's Ointment and I'ilh, a Superior llcnmfn for Scorbulic Ajferiiimi and alt 'e9rj' the '.S7.i. Cutnncrtsis dittMt arc in their nature both ohnrtaiotw and gainful III 111(1 . IK ai I IH -(S. Wta l llle.-M. .n ml . flf lnr.I Kill vf fpii in. To effect a cure of ihoso drcud ful maladies, use. llolloway'a, Oin,tmeftf and I'ills. . The latter js t.ho finest Purifier' of the bfood ever 'discovered," and tnero' it nothing equal fo tho Ointment for alirtj'ing (ho irritation of the parts affected. By a fl'earfy' perseverance in tha use of these remedies the moil agravated diseases-of the f kin may be cured, and the patient re stored to sound health. , . ,., HEALTH FOR THE STATES 1 HOLLOW A'Y?S -PJLLa. EXTKAOUD1NAUV CUUE OF LOSS OF HEALTH. DISOH DKIIEIJ blOMACII, JM)K;l-TiOX AND UETKRM1NATIOM OK HLOOI) IOTHE HEAD. Copy tif a h tlcr fmrri Mr. John IXoyl.nf AVui-Vfn, mar 1 ' llnrltth, McriotuUuhirt - Td Proftsior Hoiaowav: - j (' 8i I avail mysell of Ihe firt dpnort'inity of inform, liigyou, Ihat for a very long peij. d I ff ictr-rt tth a (iaierous piddinejs nnd Iteqnetil inviltimifif t in the tirtd, sMersW by los of sppeWo, disorder fleruach. brid -esnetally- espatiet iicaltlu f, Kvt-ry mesa had f.ultd le giv M Si y pern.anenLjtli' f, 0'iU at jength 1 becauis so 1aiiainf that I was really ad aid of going about without an altemiant.' ' In this melsnch'dr con dition 1 w aited personally upon Mr tlnehes, Cbesnisl, HSHech, fer the nirrnOsa tl consulting h-m as to what I trad belter do W kindly ifesmaoemled your Pills, I Itied I here svilbout delay, and after takin; Ihem for a short time I am happy ta bear testimony lo (heir woa. dcrl'ut erficary. l am now restored lo peibet Itealth, and enabled to Muss my asaal 4nties. - Vest are at liberty te publish Ibis latter ia aay way you nay thiak prapar. I am, Sir, your ebedient Servant, Jua6ih,18!2, (Sieneil) " JOHN MX) YD." - MIRACULOUS CUKE OF DUOPgT. Extrtet tfm Mlerfrom Edwri Rovlty, Ety ,f Ml If our, JOMoro, aaiea jipru oi, ino. To Professor Hollow ti n,:-.; u :i Daaa 8a I dees It stutf I ewe lo yea aad th aublie at lars;, te.infara you of a most aairaeuloiM re covery from ihat draadful dista, Daorsv, and hih. under uoo. was enecieo ny your invamaoie I'iiis. i was tapped Ave times wIIImR aieht snenths, aad akd fally traatcat by two medical praetitioneia, but eould ott (et tured, until I had recourse to your remedy, aad notwithstanding all 1 bad undergone, (his miraculous medicine cured me in the eottre ef sit week. " : . (S gned) .EDWARD J0TLEY. , fXFALT.IIJI.R CXMIE OF A -STOM-ACU COM PLAINT, .WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT ... ... ULlll.llIL'a . i i i ; -I linn u-nvui.n T ti ; ' 1 r.xtrnd tf a Xtlttr from Dir. '. (Joven, Chcmitl,'of v'lion, f r ifuici, auiai juif win, isjz. t f o Prafessnr Hott owvr ' -! '';' '',! ' Dr.Ah Sih 1 am rtqin ted by a Lady named Tliom as, just arrived liora the West'Iudie, to actjuaiat you una ijir a peiwu 01 etiw jeam,. ij.i n ru laiony am. fire'l from continual bud healin, arising ftoirj disonlers of the liver and Vfomach, Indigestion, l.osof' Appttite, violent Hesd-aches, psihs In lhd.il, weakneM aad ueneral debility, for whichshe Cansuiled tlie.iuot ineiit men in t lie colony, but without any benclioral re sult; at last she bad tt course to your invaluable Pills, wludi in a ver; vhorl. time ellected ft great a change for the better, that the continued (hem, alid the why e family were restored to lieallfi and strenjrth. Frtilher, she Je-ire me to-cav, that .-he has witnessed their ex Iraoidinary virtuta in those cBiUinU incideula to childien, partlrularly in cases of Measles and Scarlati na, having elfected positive cures ol these diseases with no olhericmedy.. (Signed) S. UOWEN. Thut ttltbtattd Pilh r wmdtrflly rffUacinu 'i tkt : ' i ' j fallowing tunpluint. Ague ; .... .. Dropsy liiflammation ' Sore Throats ,.' Asthma "Dysentery ' i Jaundice . . Stone ar.d Gravel Bilious Com- v Erysipelas ' Liter Complaints alaints ' . Secondary Symp Blotches oa the . Ftmale f rref alar ..loans , . . ,V 'kin - . ities . . Lumbago Tie Douloureux . Bowel Corn- Fevers of all kinds Piles plaints Tumours . Ulcers . . Colics . . Rheumatism ' Venereal Affee- Constipation ef . Fits' ' ." ' S -trons the Bowels Gout ' -"' - Betenlisa of U- Wmmsofall ' Weakness, from . rino kinds whatever cause Consumption Head ache Scrofula or King's Debility Indigestion Evil - 1 te. &.c. ; Sold at the establishment of Professor Holiowav, 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar.) London, and by all vehdoia of Medicines throughout the United Slates, in boxesat 7;c, h7c, and $l.50c, each. Wholesale by the principal Dmi; 'houses in the Union, and by M. ,rs. A. H. & D. SaKds. New York tiThei is a considerable saving by taking the latter sixes. ...: i... N. 11. Directioni fur Ihe guiuieca of patier.ts in eve ry duoidci are aiiixed to each box. ; jiiO-v ... ii t., , -r:.. .- ; ; ilitVl litlU 1)1 il RICH AM) BEAU 11 FUL Which we jutt now received.-' They refer narticuUrlj to (heir stock f ' --v . EMBROIDERIES' of real French Work Collars, with and witboasl points j (Jaoar 8laav La dies Emramidetad Haadkeicbeifs I I'Atian a4 Inser tion i Tiansfwrtnr Bands. ChesniaetlM I Capes t also, soaae beautiful Sautaeh Collars., this stock is oaa ol tb most complete ever brought to this City. DRESS l'rinta t Wnchans ; Jar nets and I awne i Bart Latitat t Tiawise t Plain an4 t MUred Baref ea j aanall aure4 trencn cniotaea lor usttosea t tsuasincs ca l-smes Aipaccas ( ropiins, ate. DRESS SILKS. A selection of the anaat elegant a'asbioaable Styles, emonf nhith are the plain colored Poull de Koies, so much in demand j also, a va riety of Black Silks, of all widths and price. BONNETTS AND U1UUONS. A superi or selectien, and cheaper than the aaShe styles were ever sol d before. -, , tiENTLUMEN S . WEAR.Casijrieres; Lineua, limn d'Et ; Yestilias aud ColtunaJes, of the newest styles ; also, a fine assortment af Children's UoojK such Ca-hmeretles Tweeds, fcc. ' ' STAI'i-KS AM)SUN1'RIEH. Domeetun, Checks, tliekory; S'liainbrays Nankeens Cuitaiu Muslins f aha. Is; Mandkerctieifts Cisvats; HoMery bUnnels, bwits mill Jcclet Qualm's ; irish Linen Ladies' fckirts; PiWt litts auU Gloves, IViasols sud Eam. ' ' ' - HOOTS ANT) dUOES We wwh to call Ihealten lion ot lite Lwliea lo our Metk of La Jus' bliues. W ha soma 1 It line-.! and the Ulrst Uvlvs c-tout Made. We lue alto an rsirelleut ftock ol Men's and ('luldieu's Slioes and lljoU,lr jio the fincvt lo thoeoan If ATS AND CAPS Cents' fine Silk IIate,all prices and Spung Styles, j'anauia, l.eghoiu, ilixa' Sou Palm l eaf Hals, Gents' and liois'. OUEENSVVARE AWD GLASSWARE Of the Newest Paiteros and Si vies. CARPtTS W bav s lot of Inaio, Ihese-al-i and Suit Cavprtinr, shich Sjrill estll al t Lasivt pi ices. ., ' COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND Mtle LINERS. Will find in this stock many styles not t be found in Wbolosal House, and as they war all selected rrom tb importer, in ta but, iH sj told at such prices as caaimt (ail to (tv u(s tatat- factioa. l' U CaA and esam'm tb Good befur Burchasinr Jaevihei vul vmtiasaot tia, will he pie U atiow them. , COLLIN Si A IfcilEEl). (aprMioJ w-!y) ' w i ii a lt.-w.. ni' i i iiiaira i:v took out for tho OldLnmbot .,J. WKI.Lseaioned Pine Liimbraintahla foi all buitd nR put poses, ran all m b at the (tlat Hannibal Lumber Yard, which h been i til,i a years. The proprietor deems ft "nrtecry In pnSThiS Lumber trl nak it ll, or to y ( ,tf thins ainnt r. panenre in lh Iimirit.i xi:ept to Uio w ho never p ar clm.ed fiom him. He would remark lh.it an K0rinM of eifrhl yaars hi IU businxsS (fives (lie dVchM a 4 ran lage vr ally olher who i;erer had txj-rhct-KWit Lumber las I I puuliad for ranh ai.d .rlfl iik Itreat care, In.m lliee"!t mills Ih Ihe 'Pinery., M- ehanics snd others wwhiin do pnrrhise Loiber woulal find it lo their alvantp to mil nd .it.i.,. 11.- of Lmrtberand HhihRhijal thsHd Lntnber Tsrd b. forep.irreist.ir elsemhers., If you cannot ent it for a less price, I will ruaranlee y.i, can fel it as low and a belter article Tor Hi same money. AIo,B.mbr.8hi. gle and wnidoW sash.. -. . . ,, . irr won't loreet the Wit; S,fn on th. weV ,f Third, between bird and hill streets.' l oo), forth HPSM .m: ,.v .... ,r , TWOS, a Ml.i.F.IV9. Cea26tr ' LUM Pri T AH r tsvx '"' T ' B. LEU tc KfJJ, set- fttMf BaShda.ai 1 l- dan of Iko Grarrf (fe-asalal B Mm Sired, Corner of ir4 !gi mi. HAUNIBALTHO. , ' "A wwi can lass etwrt f f fact Uia: Hit year ltsoi ka -'- time-apnroved tnalom of cnmmercil Iransactioaaa am. tae!oe lil arreeat of tho CM Tear, at w amaV a riod in tL New Year, as prMCliaable.. H ilTawr m. rons bear Una in mind, a:;d act riopri supar8tion? : .. i lw v , ' . V e iji below, r,,t ,e benefit of our old ewntmn - - -- -.- - m wu--. an irri uis to o- WHO US, lea' wiihua, a list ef our JiRAA'DIKS and Lil S.S. Give us a hearir j; and b your own iudmi. I18L8. RECTIFIKtj'wiU.SKV, ?t"ST-w Brand;- - .i s -t ' .a ,..rW U(X 2n0 50 -Unr,!. 'M AGNOLIA WHISKEY, A. .. H)0 DDLS. CIDPR YIJfEGAR. ' jBIiJKDIKS, H'LV J1XD Gljf.- n , ,.-(.' m Olanl lir'y, Jamaica Rum. U. P. Vin'il do, Santa Crua do, .-k w raj-ae do,-' t-r . Aew Enplnul dav. ? Moreeau do, , ; . t Wfc Brandy, A.beipnelledo, ' - . Madeira Vu, All of- whtctl we Will a at -k..wu tmh CA6UI 1 ,t : -y-.'j-n.. ... ;? i-.. .... .,1. , I - ' -" Ne CSar &nd Tobacco fitere ! AT THE WIGWAM IN SHOOT DAVIS' KZft L BUILDING. Ii COMMERCIAL BOW. EER k Art BOG A ST koreby inform their fitamde and lb public generally that tny now ocerrpy room in SHOOT DAVlS new btiildinr, nhoia, they are prepared lo til all orders la their Itee, a theam, if not cheaper, (ha any other house in the eity. Tlry have a ehoira -Wetioo of Tobacco, Cigait, Snuffs, Pipes, Ac, Ac.t a Ad they ae u-urjr say fheir stock mf Hoods is tb Urs;ea!,ba, aad Butt atnnleta.aaeart. ment ever offered in Hannibal. , - ' - The followint; comprise a part of their Brandas '.:i w. 10,000 El Sol kegalia,, .J' . .r, . 5.000 La Palomi do. ' ' "J '-, 610 La Normasj r? 't 'tmn'tf ' L.;a Juslo Sarra Principe.,-t i.000 Cazadoras; ' 1 1-3 2.000 Plantation 1 '""ff'S ft? Italian h,en ... , 1,UW) Ifcilf bpunih; Virginia Qiewbyj'ToWerio Wm. Hale's, JasM Hara'a. Jim Thom'. US tlaUej'aTobatoo. j ,i .Vi:r..4aVV ai fljiaeouri, Tohncco. ... T . D.J. Garth's No: I- Tfend. r.n'S No 'l- blarA No. I; Jamison's No. 1: Dansman's Chaet Juiest Ma. MoirMtSelfarrtsbSIiittrm.-- A'l of whitli,w( w,Jtlj law lor cash? vf mch24-wtl LEER Jr. ARBOfjAST. Received A new lot of Imperial C'uraiaW"--'" , WiXtlAM C0EEI,ur, l9"'-ii."ii.a si-tr -t WATCIlMAKBa PV.-;V' AID JEWEUIa rV; A i a n amsje Wvt&- ) ffinrI inn ' :.V-,-" ,( wain S'reei, xianninaJ, MO. rl 'HE subscriber bat permanently located in this eilr X and it always nneoatW ta veoair watckaa. hrnkM r . r a a. jewelry ,Ae., in the most workmanlike manner, and a ine aaosircsonaoie lerma. . ne ha a ot ou band, aaa onstantly receiving freth sirppliet of tb fines aa4 most fashionable Jewelry, Watches, C1o.-s, te., froaa tb best itnportiny; houses in ' the east.- lis stock ia ansurpaased by any Other bouse in th city, east tbac wbo give bim a call will be satisfied with Lis bargaimsf aa ke offers great InrhKeaaMts ta purchasers. .- , ineciiuensol Marion and Kails couatica aro ra spectfully invited Ic rive me a call.- Store ea Main street, opposite Ihe "Great Western fueatSl Just received in addition to. bis foimer slock, a tun. ply of Ear Rings, Pius. Ac. Also a very fin lot f Jet Ear Rings, new style. Smith's Mew York Col4 ena warranted -a very in artict. A Oct S. "KEy BOOKND STATIONERY ' stoke i r ' ; ' MAIS STnEtT. IIAXXia al,, MO. I most respeeifullr call tho afletitin.'of lb eilaea of Hannibal, and the turrourdint? eountrr raunL ly, lo my new and eiterr-iv tlork f - WlSGa-LUANtOUVIw Theological, Medical, 8ian-, " - ' dard aud School Books Bhwlf -M Boks Music Books, Letter aad Cap, PaperStarts, fcc, with all aorta of Station ery in general1 ' a is J Direr! Cent theaasUrn ciim, J, , (jncfiilcnt, that I have the largest, bust seleled, aud ne. t slock ever olfeied in this city.-" ,', t 4 ,t,. j -. .it i i Wholesale) -anrl Retail tit Also, a splendid, variety of . ' , WALL PAPER. " iJ -I-- Z-t v- Bunlora, Ueconatioaw.! ..t) . s Slaluarv, Cbimnoy r ' " ' Screen; Window' fapri a ' ' t Jj . Tjntssnnrtnl Wias)aw Shad, with Ixturaa, Ac., Ac , Merchants and others (rata th iutariar wuklar to be at who Waal r retail, wiU 6ad it to thatradvaxtfag to give aa a call, for I can and will sell cheap. ' JJ. S. GARatAIf, Cowa fecial Ka-tv, Mart ttoot to Oliia1 now kaiVi. ing, Haaaioal, Mo. . ,; July 7, ISM tf KEVY PIANO MU8IU.I ,' PTST tecivl t the B Beak Clam, by O- X. OA&MART, --'. lv Mi , iut fukJiaW.rtfWrVmni , . . . . M " Quadrilae rsuitcw jyltwtf - NKW' BOOKS.-i Pioneeir Wotsw of th Wt. ay Unv El4at $ Lolly aad louaivi by MeAtcUlaa.. ,a Uieaw Ll,bv Caiaiuie Clot east .... , Tl Tell Tale, by Trust , ,,'.', Sunny Side, by Tmita ! ' '' Peep at Number rhr, f ffrsMsTi ".I ' Gea,a I nam tka tares Mat, bf sffytjs . Eor4lal Vie PUw Xouk Sir,sr jvltwlf .p. K.'OAtliAK. , NVY BOOKti,i Fis.'k Freeman's Barbat AVmns, kf . B. Bol j , , Keveru-s of a Batchrlu-. by C kWvet j , . t-tiay Yanke in Texa. by bVwai ' ' '" Can Sheet, by Myrlw. ''' . ' IT or sale t th , H f in. i .ft,'CABJ(Alf. -' - TVe SMi Sidf.wT DK- CARMAN, CemmercU kUifk baa just ceived llua tuott delist(uj liltl biok, bik as haviut; such a remarkabl Mlv l b many rtaiercr of "Snany Side," i'eep at So. 5, fieclor of tH. Bar. dolpha,AeM ..,- bmuU aot fail 1 Mai tb "Shady tStd." I or warm ustathar (specially, end at a book fortrarlm, reading, aotking belter can found. Kottsttarly tail hicbiv b itching igajl atrtwoing but (tiu I 111', " and lb leader mar leara froaa il V-wona f wisttaa nd profit. Wall aiijf H hs tiaiil s as it hat ben, a "reus of a bok.M t- t ' CLOtUtt AND bUkSIUMv pw work by tb aolbof pi Musings of an Lrnalut, .f Wi aiui faiatL r aneirt or a rV'huaikaj bl. Ac. ' " for sal by ' D. C UARVAV, jjlldif - '!.. -r..". AtlhKwJIri -5 ;- s .t a ixiis '.e ,ti'im -e ' G o o O r ' o 4 o