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JOURNAL AND UNION HANNIBAL, MO., OCTOBER IG, 1851.
V 4 5 r. B I f B I,. T It It S.. ie li-- ch ng h he tail icy in- m- iiw or ow br- loin ue- be-. ub wl- t i ' a - - 'V- otli- iato s"' city :om it i conjectured, aid tlicm in their protest like those under the bodies of serpents, which partially peaform the office of feet. The Indiana affirm that they are furnished with an interior supply of water sufficient for their journey, an assertion which seems to be con firmed by the fact thut their bodies, when taken from the water, even if wiped dry with a cloth, instantly become moist again. - Mr. Campbell, a friend of Dr. Hancock, and a' resident of Es sequibo, once met with a flock bt these animals, so nuTtierous that his Indian attendants were en abled to (ill several basket with them. Front the St. LonU IntelUgruw. Burlington Convention mass Meeting. Pursuant to previous announcement, a meet ing of citizens was held at the Rotunda on Sat urday evening, for the purpose of givinir expres sion upon the necessity of improving the Rapids of the Upper Mississippi, and appointing a del- y raitinn to attend the contemplated Burlington m Loiiyention, to assemble on the 23d inst. Hon. L. M. Kcnnctt was eallod to the Chair, and Mr. ' S. Humphrey appointed Secretary. : On motion, made and adopted to thaffcfrect the chair appointed.. Messrs. C, D. Drake, J. U. CVockctt, N. Ranney, Geo. R. Taylor, an 1 Jno. M. kru.ui, a committee to prepare resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. During the abscence of the committee, Col. Curtis, City Engineer, was called upon, and gave a elaborate and interesting statement of the feasibility of the improvement, and the dif ferent projects contemplated for its accmplisUr ir.entP The cmrimittpi llun vol u...,...! l. i : " -' ibvuilivu IU tllU IllUtZllllir, ,, . ,. . and tturough its Clmirmnr.; submitted the follow- rt.the fol,ow,nK f new counterfeits : ing resolutions for adoption: Merchants' Bulk, Boston 500's, vignette, a The citizens of St. Louis, assembled in pub- 'ttrfc j""eal e:iglo alight! on a rock, between nc nwciing, wan the view of appointing Dele- ,wo snips, Willi a large die on each side, con gntes to Uie Convention to W held in the cftv of kuuttifr the denomination "500" tip-top enera- Z A Good Bahb 'Kotb Reporter should be in the hands of every man who ever handles mimey. Such an one f "Clark's Bank Note Reporter" the October number of which is on our table. It is published at one dollar per annum in advance, by W. D. Skillman, St. Louis, Mo. E. W. Clark & Bro.'a, Editors. We take from Burlington, Iowa, on the 1 i to W held in the cfty of tinng the denomination "500" e TJd inst.. for Mm mir. vine, but Hie bill is unlike the eenuine. joe of devising ways and means to secure the Well executed counterfeit $20 bills on the immediate action of the General Government fur State B;ink of Indiana, are in circulation on the the improvement tut the .Rapids of the Upper I Wabash. , &(iMtkipA nv.'tT, tieem it proper to accompany SulliVuii County akj X. Y 5', ft txcel the ppointment of tlicir delegates with a state- counterfeit, paper and engraving superb. ment of their views and principles in relation to Observe the shading under the title, which is the prosed improvement; and it is, therefore, ' not 90 we'l ('one te 'est of the note. ; 1. Resolved, That the Mississippi rivcr. con- Counterfeit !f(3 notes on the Western Bank, sidcrcd cither as a means of intercommunication 'n Springtifld, have made Ibcir appearance. between the djflerneht parts of the vast valley They are, however, unlike the genuine, and a through which it flows, or as an outlet to the sea poorly executed. The vignette is, Liberty for the people and productions of that valley, or -,ated on bale of goods at the right hand side iu its relation to the commerce of our country, f lne billi ard the Massachusetts coat of arms foreign and domestic, or as a source and means " llt tne '('ft The one described is filled up as of National prosperity, wealth and greatness, follows : Payable to H. Cobhy dated June 1, should be regarded as a National IIighwat, j letter A, No. 4,190, 'engraved by Raw- and that its national character ought to be pre-jlni Wright, Hatch & Co., signed G. P. Bis- served. - '-' j sell, Cash., G- Rice, Pref'k 2. : That any obstruction' that seriously Jm-' Trenton Banking Company, Trenton, N, J. pedes its free and successful navigation is mat- 3 spurious. Vignette, two men cutting grain, ter of National interest, and its removal should On the rhHit hand margin, head of Washington; . 'be the work of the General Government, not j and on left end, Jupiter. Engraved by Raw ' merely for the advantage of those who'' reside dn Wright & Hatch. The genuine 3's have ' along its banks, nor for any transient, local, or for vignette a view of the bridge across the ' sectional good, but for the benefit of the entire Delaware, at Trenton. On right and left end, . people of the country, who in every section are ! figures of three boys. Between the names of utore'or less interested in the condition of. this the officers is a canal-boat. Engraved by Dra ; great stream. , ! per, Underwood, Buld & Spencer. 3. Resolved, Thut by its past appropriations i Caution. The community is still flooded for the removal of obstructions from this river, with counterfeit Fives of the Thames Bank, the General Government has fully recognized Norwich, Ct. It has been ascertained that they it 'National character, and by specific appropri-; are from the, genuine plate-engraved for the ations for the improvement of the channel at the Lebanon Miama Blinking Company, Lebanon, Rapids, has gtvon to that work its approval; and Ohio, whose bills had a large circulation obout that every consideration of public good, in the , ten years since. rtArifiiVoa ihal ntinrnnri'itinn. aJwnl,l a - '- C' O --"'"J myt vrSl lull una OIIUUIU ; be renewed, ami continued with a liberal hand, until not only the recks at the Rapids, but every other inpcdimenl of magnitude, from the Fulls of St. Anthony to the Buliie, shall be removed. 4. Resolved, That in our iudmnent. no im- 6. TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. Nashville, Oct. The Legislature convened to-day. The House met at 10 o'clock. Jordon Stoes! i nrovpmpnt of tl. Ilni,t. ,ln l-' "'g'Oi m nson c.mniy, ws elected r r i WnnnUof nt f K firt Kltllnl nvpr Prlurin P1L- nature, i'" " u i , ; as will WlWd coutUnt navigation, fe from toll, t,9 l lia5acmun TUJ Dy a VIC 0t ' 'oniecis aesignea, unless it' h or such a 'uponthe commerce of tlus great 4liorouglii'are. Tub Great Locr Picura. The London Builder gives this description of the mode in which Mr. Hobbs does his work: "He applies lever to press tho bolt in a backward direc tion, and then proceeds by means of instruments previously manufactured, to lift the tumblcas of the locks one by one an(I retain them in their right 'places. When the last tumbler is lifted the bolt flics bock. Mr. Hobbs Was given thir ty days for his atUu k on the Brnmah, and to make his instruments he was permitted to take impressions of the key and the tops of the wards. Day after day he was shut up alone with the lock none being allowed to enter tho room while he was at work J and so, with the aid of 'Olives' wax,' a hinged mirror in the keyhole, a strcug light, all sorts of odd instrrmcnts; and his o n great cleverness, h succeeded in the task," Excessive Politeness. A good story is told of a very polite sheriff who camo near be ing put done by a person it wds iu the line of hif duty to hang. tj "Sir," said the gentlemen, as the sheriff was darefully adjusting the rope, "really your reten tion deserves my thanks. In ct I do not know of on I should rather have hung me." "Really," said the sheriff, "you are pleased to be complimentary. I do not know of another individual I should like so much to hung." ,s Charlottktown, Prince Edward's Island. Curui'ieTS have gone o tflV village o Caven dish to inquire into the death of twelve persons whose bodies were washed ashore at Out place. The body of a marj y ith a boy lashed to his back came ashore, but was not recognized. (There is good reason to believe that over 100 bodies had been floated to the beach, since the' late storm. Since the storm, from 3 to 400 sail succeeded in getting safely into harbor. Vessels arriving give dismal accounts of the storm, vrichjt is said has never been equaled. 0 Q Oil Hie morning of tlia 14th inst., by Rev, J. L. Ben nett, Mr. Charles V. WeLlmAN, to Mis EilA Boggi, til of this city. o '. Dfca, ? On the morning of the -1th inst., after a long nd a inful illness, Mrs. Lucy M., wife of Dr. B. H. Weatherfobb, and daughter of J. B. Marmaduke, Esq., of Shelby ville. lathis city, on the 13th inst., at the residence of Jonathan Pierce, Esq., Mrs. Saiah Dobvns, aged 78 years. c HANNIBAL MARKET a . WHOLESALE PRICES. o Wtdnttday Evening, October 15, 1851. PROVISIONS Bactfn Sides per lb ' . a 9J Shoulders per lb ' . a 7 Hams per lb 6 s 10 as in quaiitv .tl.. n . .. ,i..i..i. ,.i, i C.,t.Wnlinn- L annr.;,.lnrl . tl. TJ,r nflir llu. ! allel to lhe Chair. A .? L I ' In the Senate, Mr. Anderson, of Wilson," was fcljottrumenl f this meeting who are guested ! , , , w r -to represent in tlwtT)ody, as far as maybe nee-, o! Ul11' W1"' of Gl essary and nroiwr, the view expressed in the ' , 1 'I," ca are' now r.. i Murfreesborough, inaki 0 Lai No. 1 per lb ' " Inferior per lb i Bullef per lb ' 0 Eggs per rtoxen Flour. per bbl Meal per bus , V EU ETA BLES Potatoes pe'r bus 0::i3r.s r;r bu? TOBACCO Uaf per lb Manufactured - c HEMP Uew KotteJ per cwt HAY Per 100 lbs BEESWAX Per lb HIDES Dry per lb ' a tireenperfb FEATHEKS Prime Ceese per lb A PAIR of Silver OpeCtMClek was ht hy Mis. E. Smith, on Hill or Main street, or on the road aeros Besr Creek. A suitable reward will be paid to the finder, on delivering them to the owner, or leaving them it the Union Printing Olfice. oc'Jtf Administrator's Notice. ' NOTICE is hereby piven to all persons interested in the estate of Wm. E. Hievina WH thai l.n.n. of adminiotration have been rr,!l to the iinHerniffn. ed by the Ralls County Court, bearing dale October 6, 1851. All persons indebted to said estate are request ed to make payment Immediately, all uenoni havinir claims againat aaid lale are requeued to prewnt them, properly authenticated, wiihin one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from anr ben. elit of said entate, and if not presented within three years, they Will be forever barred. oc9-3t JOHN D. BIGGS, Adm'r. LOOK HERE. THE subtcrlber deems it proper to tay to his old friends and the public eeuerallv. that his eonnec tion with the lata rirm of Hiram McVeigh k. Co , has orcji aompny aisFoivea, nut mat ne will in a rew days be under way again, with a fine assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, Sfc, ec, o And his friends will do well to delsy Ihefr porrhsses for short time. oeiHf a Oct. 6th. 1K51 HIRAM McVEIGH. T?RESH and b'hionable X and for tale very cheap by Spring goods jusl received I' It. BULTIKS. R. L. MCLViLLC i svhitfiubie Haiifcr', opposite Planters House, No. 43, N. Fourth it, oc9 5St Louis, Mo. WOLFF k 1IOPPE, Importer of Oer- nen, French and Erjc'i'h Fancr OoM nd wholesale 4caters in American Variety Goods, 8y Main at, "pcfry bt.iJOUIS, MO. " BUCK & WlllUUT Wholesale Deal ers io all kinds of Stove and Hollow Ware. The sub. scribers Uave now on hand" an assortment of the Bucks Patent Cooking Stoves, and can supply those wishing to biy cooking stoves at,holesale or iletail, with the most erlect article in tlie West. It has all the advan tages of any other stoves now in use with at least one third inve oven, which is heated with uniformity in very part. In the oven ne flues to constructed as to carry off steam, arising Jiom cookiiig meats, into the pipe, thus preventing the mixture of flavors. The e conomy, convenience and despatch io cooking opera tions, render this stove "preferable to any other before Slissouri Hotel, ft 'J oc9v lhe site it. Louis, Mo' S. STILL WELL, (successor to S. Itidg- ley), Manufacturer of Spirit Gas, Chemical Oil, Alco hol and Pure Spirits. Sign of the Golden Barrel, at No 53 Olive, between 2d and 3d streets, oc'Jy e. St. Louis, Mo. S. F. SUMMERS, (late of Philadel phia) Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufacturer, No 49, Chesnut st., " 8 , St. Louis, Mo., o where may be foun every variety of Trunk manufac ture atvefy low prices, tor cash. ocy c loiejroine, resolutions. . 6. Resolved, Ti mt we regard with warm in-' terest the HanniUd and St. Joseph Railroad, be lieveing that it will exert powerful hiiluence; .for good upon a ktrge region of -our State which ' needs but an outlet Tor its productions., to become' . uqual in agricultural greatness to any other re- gion in the West; anu we rejoice with our friends in' the north at the favorable auspices under wnicti tney commence, ana we nope win com- plete their great underlakiiig, "Resolved, .That seventy-Sfive delepites be appointed hy tm Chair, after the adjournment The election of Speaker resulted in the rhoiee uson. imnitii 90 m ! 1 u LA.m.i.l i .y inrerinr nn.l ntiv a. nar If. miles of railroad I rum ii,,.:,i a.,i. ' u... wiwu.i.L. nn i uiiwuj i un. 111 untc ui ieu reacues per out WL'fKS. - . ... New York, Oct. 6. Mork. Prisoners sent to Spain Captaiij Ellis LiberaAd. Advices from Havana up to the first inst., states that 40 more American prisoners hai left Havana far Cadiz. c Capt. Ellis, of Washington, baa been liberated. . The Meeting on Saturday Night. . The meetinjrc.illed at the Rotunda on Satur- of this meeting, to represent St. Louis at the ! day evening for the appointment ol delegates to ceremony f breaking the ground for the rail-' tho Burlington' Convention and to the Hannibal road at Hannibal, on the 3d day or November 'celebration, was very well attended, though by .next. t no means so numerous as the occasion demand- 8. Resolved, Thst the Clwfr be requested to I ed. But an excellent spirit prevailed, and we announce in tlie public prints the names of the ! have reason to believe liiaL we shall send both to delegates appoisited under the preceding resolu- ' BurlingtoV5d Hannibal, such delegations as tion. . , 'j will prove that St. Louis duly appreciates the After some debate in relation to the number importance of these, enterprises. It will be b f delegt provided, for,, the resolution were' served from tlie proceedings of the meeting that unanimously adopted. . j the Mayor is authorized to appoint the dele- Col. Stewart, President of the Hannibal and gates. 'We trust that he will appoint no ono St. Joseph railroad, being present, was invited : without a distinct pledge that the person ap to address the meeting. He did so in a forcible ! pointed will go. The duties to be performed rmim..,t nml nft..r sikinwnfilietrreatadvnn- especially at Burlington ara e-f a practical . tage to our commerce in securing the work con- nature and we should not only have a numer templated by the assembling of the coming ous delegation, but it should be made up of in , rmvpntiiin. nil hrnni'hed out into an aroumCnt tellitrent. business men. Those who are bd- ehowing the necessity of pusliing forward to pointed should esteem it an honor to take part completion, with zeal and energy, tlie) : Pacific in thu deliberations of such a body and none and Hannibal and St. Joseph railroads he would should promise to go without they expect in good not stop with these, but exted branches through- faith to redeom the pledge. .nt vrv spotion of the State. His remarks ' The Stieech of Col. Stewart, the President of were well received by the meeting. j the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, on Salur- On motiou, ordered that the proceedings of day evening was characterized by his strong, h muBfinw h nnhlished in the several cilv ua-1 praotical eood Sense, and presented in a musU tters. C ' I imposing light, the duties which deyolve upon 0 After remarks frora j. B. Crockett, and olh- this city, in connection with tnese enterprises ,.,;n ili tiPPsiiv of hirire deleu-ation AVe learn from Col. Stewart that it is his inten' - atte'ndine from St. Louis, the meeting adjourned, tion to be present at tlie Burlington Convention I It will oe ouserveu Dy ine iasi resoiuiiou, iiiiii. i uMtuiui,o nn..i nuiuuiU.u uitunwu . ' it,- ..,..n;o nrnviHprl for will hereafter be ul inducement to others to attend. The ener- nnnnmiKu! 1 cv and success with which he has conducted the ': i affairs of the compiiny over which he presides, , , -' WALKING FISH uffords the best evidence of his zeal and capaci- -la very dry seasons, the fish inhabiting small ty- i" connection with such ei.lerprises.St, . nnnrl. nr mhIs of water, are reduced to the Louis Int. 1 . greatest extremity for want of their natural el ement. In sbrae cases they manage to preserve 1 life by plunging thir heads to a considerable' depth in Uie mud at the bottom of ther ponds, ' and there remaining till a copious shower of rain relieves their wants. This expedient, though pet always successful, nevertheless uc6i to keep certain races from becoming ex tinor Other snecies. however, have been fur- s, at , and broad i sur- a this inber. 0 On Tiiursdiiv lafit. a eentlwnan from Daviess considerable ' rmin,v. niur Pattonshnrgrh, passed through tliis place on the pursuit of a Mr. Murphy, from his neighborhood, whom lie renrtsseuted as hav imr murdered his wife the day before. Shortly alter lie passed, Mr. Murphy came in town and stopped ut the grocery, From the description ;v...i nf him. he was immediately recoiruized nished by their .Creator with the instinct and amj ukeu into custody. lie confessed his guilt power, when ao circumstanced or deserting ut no person coming after mm, and his pecu their native nonds, and of traveling over the, jjttI. induct impressed upon our citizens tho be. land in search of new homes. This has long 1 i:ef ,i.ut ;t wag un a oax, and on yesUrday af been known of eels : but Dr. Hancock gives un .ermmn he was let rro ut liberty, lie still con- ' .... .1 v j. r ...... tinned in town iirinkin!.', till late in the evening, : ml tho!i 'fit. t'i f v We 1i.iV" tins iiiMining reliable, infonnulioti hat he has ki!U"l lii wile. It is said that he stamped her to death. Further particulars we i t ari .1 . .. i have not learnea. ve nope inaiour ciuzeus. uy Green Peaches per bus 'Green Apples per bus GROCKUIES Sugar per Id J Cbtlee per lb Molasses N. O. per eal S. H. per gal Pepper per lb '' t All)ice perlb . Whisky per gal rectified. Window Glass, per boxKxlO '' Raisins per box Slratm per lb 6'alt per sack? 4lt per but " Uice per lb . Cheese 'perlb Candv ner box GUAIX Wheat per bus ' corn per dus Oats per bus . o Jieans ,-er bus . " SELDi Flaxseed per bus lunolny per bus . Blue Grass per bus Cloverseed per bus lux 14' 8a 4 6a 8 , 10 a 121 o 6 a 61 4 ou 50 . 25a 30 " so r 4,6 12 a2 3 50a 30 a 3 o 18 a 20 a H 3; 28a3g 20 a 2o " 1 50 J 25 60 4075, 671 0 14 a 10. 374 a 40 45 a 48 121 a 15 f 18 a 20 21 3 75 a 4 00 4 00 4 50 3 30 a J 37 U7 175 44 37J 5la6 7 a 10 300 a400 58 a 60 35 a 45 II. E. DIMICK & CO., No. 42, North Main street, St. Lours, Mo., Imnnrteri, Manufacturers uid Dealecs.in Guns and sort ins apparatus of all kinds. Rifles frbm the mob celebrated lactones in the U. S. as well as of our own make. Gniiuiakers' Tnateiali and all articles connect ed with Ue trade, wholesale and retail. Also whole- --.le dealers in Etna Safety Fuse Rifle und Blasting fowger. ocay BROAD WAY FOUXDHY KINGS- LAMD& UGHTNF.R, Engine Builders, and Manu facturers of Boilers, Sheet Iron Work, Mill Machinery. 1H ."11I Peer's and Johnson's Reaction Water Wheels. Oil iu auw.i.w a uvuittiiiic uv., irua anu mass .-.. r 1 1 ivaKingi ui every atiua. 9 ocvy St. Louis, Mo. $2 70a8o 2 00 75a loo 800 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS II 1GUGRR EOTTPES rpAKEN in all weather, and in the best city style, X at Ballard's Daguerrean Rooms, over the "Great Western." Hours lor operating, from 8 a. m., until 5, p. M Bring the children after dinner. IV H. ad extra t ame ra lor sale cheap, or ex change for good property. - f- ocS-6air P 0 R Ts R A 1 T S. AND Likenesses copied with exactness; Landscapes taken, and Invaliils waited on at their residences. Also likenesses ot deceased persons taken. ocy-6in Call at liallard's Dagi icrrcan Kooms, over the "Great Western." Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate ef Martin B. Jeffries, dee'd, that letters of administration have been granted to the undersigned by the Italia County Court, bearing date Oct. 6, 1851. All rrsons indebted to said estate are requested to jiake payment immediately, and ail persons having claims against aaid estate, are requested to present them, properly authenticated, within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three year they will be forever baned. HENRIETTA JEFFRIES, Adm'x. staple tea tp 6 itructj river, hogs. O xceed mi-mint of a aiwoipi of fish, called bv the llldl- , ans the flat-head Hassar,. which, when thu pools wherein they reside are deprived of water, march in droves by night in ouest of other pon!s. from which that necessary eluuent has nut been evanoratcd. These fish erow to about a toot in . . 1 S.l .1... ' . f. ! "II. I length. A strong, uoney arm, engeu upon n' way 0j; at jiieincut trir ineir iuiigeiice, win mite lower extremity like a saw, projects from tle ainue mw to huve th' imurderer broiiglr. to breast of the animal near the pectoral tin, of i ;U!,tice. Trenton Pioneer. . which it forms the firat ry. This arm tho aui r M . 1 , mal. use as a kind of foot, lulling iheinsclve. i ,ump )f wuit .M up in rorward, uy means or u.c.r . rr, , . D jaylor, ou the top of the Mlutt'ui In this manner tliev cuntmvel over tho lasl JU'y uy 1 .utkU). inuusuiauui-r .J . ,i,.i ,,,ir tiloma in Culilornw, says an land as fast a a man can iwsuri iy wuis.. iueir: ...- - n bodies are sheathed in very f g F,tttw w I extimx$- l SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE! Gigantic S c,h e m e ! U ! " PEOPLE'S PICTORI-L TIME3. " To be published tmni-monthly, the largest and most iiperbly illustrated paper ever printed. In addition to being full of views, and sketches of the most notable events of the day, we shall once a month have the Largett Engraving Printed in Colors; , An era iu the newspaper world hitherto uulieaid of. That evcy family in the land may have one, we have fisud the price at Ou Dollar per year. The first number will positively be issued ou the l.'th of September. Address subscriptions and communica tion, to DKKW ROBlNStIN, Sept 4 Editois Pictorial Timet, N. (. City. o D. -T. CAUL)., Carriage Manufacturer and Dealer, No. 68 Third street, opposite the Theatre, ocUy NLHGrCR & IUCO., Gret Wmsrn Wire Factory, B9, Market sjreet, between second and third, St. LouK Mo. Always readr i fill orrleie for 8iv, Rdldlej, Trnps, Kitchen Safes, Bird Cages and Fencing Wire. Fan ning's Mill Wire Cloth and :reenery of all kinds.- Brats, Copper and Iron Wire Clolhvbf all numbers, si ways on hand. ocUy V. M. IHtOWN, Sonp, Oil and Candle Steam Works, No. StO North Main street, St. Louis, Mo. Wholesale manufacturer and dealer in Soaps of eery description and variety. Also Adamantine, Star and Mould Candle. The Trade fnnntied at wholesale with Soda Ash, Palm Oil and Rosin Tillovr Lard and Stea- nne. ocuy BROWN LEG, HOMER & CO.. No. 85 Main street, ' , St. Loul. Mo. Have exposed for sale a large aortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, comprising everything in their line, to which they invite the attention rrf country merchants, believing such inducnnenif will be offered as will entitle them to the preference. ocly It. P. PERRY & CasuccessoM to Er.- ni a; Tucker.) Importers and Wholesale Dealer in Kngtish and American Hardware and Lullery, Main street, ' o9y Si. Iau'i, Mo. a WEBSTER, MARSH & CO.. Whole sale and retail Clothing and Gentleman's Furnishing WarebouseV 176 N. Mnin street, between Washington Avenue and Greet. oc9y St. Louis, Mo. a DO AN, KING & CO., Wholesale Dry Goods Dealers, 131 and 133 Main street, St. Louis, Mo. Silk Goods at very low prices for Cash, or t prompt men. oe9y LIST OP LETTERS RemniniPtr, irt the IW-OifcVi at Hannibal Mo., Sri 'Ml. .M ti .: . ' Iti.sooin iSc Tt'!! Iloren 1 limy 2 Becker Wm"(! Dranden Elizitrth Ifcken AG 2 Hird Rev. Richard R:lt Wm II 4 Hryan A J ISsujIiam Ju!m lturns J Uraldy Josetih L Ruily E Barclay James Rullance James Batcward Wm G Carlile David Ci'.rter Lneinda Carpenter 4 M Cox Dolly Ann 2 Carrol John W Cochran Patrick Cook William Coutes James Cunifox George P Dunlwm Sylvenns Duncan Albert Dunehowcr Samuel 2 Dye Luther iiv i rrn-i D.-vant'D Elder Joseph 0 Emerson Daniel Emerson Capt. Frances Junes A -Fletcher A J GashWG Goodwin James Glacken Christotflicr ucmry unnsiy George Adam , 2 Graham James BUIITIS & BROTHERtTirecl Import- ers and wholesale dealers in eeery description of Sad dlery Hardware, 111 Main .reet, between Locust nd o Sl. Louis, Mo. Orders carefuliy and promptly filled at lowest prices. oc9y Inmnn Ahmsim JoIiuMImMM Jadtson Dr. J If Juntos (. Korby William Kimble. U-.xi4 LiltanJ Jeremiah Lcfevrr J Lann Miss MeVmdn Leek Mrs Catherine Lee Win Henry 2 ' Morse I l.iti nali (col'd) MeKennie Mnthew McKenney Mrs Sarah E '. Maihlox Miss Siyaifc Martin Jiimes Matthews itlisha Mills Jane (col'd) AlcCormick Miss Anr. : a McCormkk Mrs Lou-; vicia 5lauii Sirphen G Nasirlllh Joseph F 2 . Nais If Newlan Eliza Newlun Samuel 2 Powell. Danit I J T PayVil.--;siMt-ft - Promise'Agnei Pane Trebly Paul John 1 Petri James Rivers James Rinltfr famuel II Rollins Nancy Ray John M. Rason ASllerssn Snow J B Stimpson Wm, Shields Santl rllopkins Miss CalherincSaunders Mis Surind Howard Mrs Josephcnsilvers IZ HIND & HENDERSON, Manufacturers snd wholesale dealera in Umbrellas, Parasols, Para solettes and Sua Shades, 155 Main St., up stairs, oc9y 0 St. Louis, Mo. GATV, M'CUNE k0CO., Mississippi Foundry, (Main and Second streets, between Morgan and Cherry,) 0 St. Louis, Mo., Manufacturers or Steam Engines, Mill Machinery, Steam Boiler, and Sheet Iron Work, Lard Tanks and Coolers, Tobacco, Oil and Iill Screws, and all kinds of Brasswork, ate. 0 ocPy 0 , St. Louis, Mo. FITZGIBBON'Ss DAG CJ ERREOT Y PE GALLERY, iNo I, FourUi and Market -streets, o St. Louis, Mo. Operators will find here the largest andjbsst assortment of Cameras, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, and all othei ar ticles used in the business. Patent Jiights of Crayon Daguerreotypes for Illinois and Missouri, for sale at this gallery. " 0c9y , A. B. LATHROP. & CO., Manufactu rers and wholesale dealers in Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac. Principal Deriot No 60, Third st. Branch, No 34 Vine street, o oc9y St. Louis, Mo. SCARR1TT Ai, MASON'S New Mam moth Furniture Halls, No. 60, Washington Avenue, be. tween Second and Third streets, c St. Louis, Mo., Manufacturers and dealers in Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding, Transparent Shades, Venetian Blinds, look ing Glasses, Clocks, Willow Wagons, Shower Baths, Ice Boxes, Rocking Horses, Velocipedes, Veneers, Mahogany Boards, Curled Hair, Hair Cloth, Moss, ocuy BEARD & BRO.S, Patent Premium Pump Manufactory, No. 6b' Locust steset, St. LoferS, Mo. Constantly on band,. Force and LUt, Beer, Lard Oil, Mining and Air Pumps, pumne for deen wells war ranted. Pumps of eyery description matle to order. lgnining totiuuctors cn a uew and improved plan. Gum Elastic Hose for sale. octv w r W T ' . a rr. n . n - , ' w. LRsitllAl'.'Manuiactarer of eVerv vajiety of Cabinet Furniture of the latest French Pat terns, No 142 corner of Second street and Washinrton Avenue, - oc9y " St. Louis, Mo. A. REIN BOLD, ManufciSt urer and deal er in Masonic, Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance, and all other kinds of Regalia, Caps, Robes, Costumes, tc. Also Emblems, Jewels, gold and silver Lare, Stars, Fringes, 4c, at 43 Chesuut street between second and third atreeta. ry St. Louis, Mo. LEE, GAGE & CO., Manufacturers of evjry description of Cat and German Steel Saws-oal-so Counter, Platform, and Floor Scales. Ware Room 86 Main street, 0 o oc9y . St. LfJuis, Mo. CLARK, RENFREW & CO., Eagle Foundry, (corner of Main and Biddle streets,) St. Louis,Mo. o Manufactorers of S earn Engiues and UWi Machi nery, Page's Portable Saw Mills, Steam Boiler aid Sheet Iron Work of all Ljnd. , I lolly man John 1 lagan Mrs Luc R Henderson D Hall Miss Elizabeth I lay don Joseph B Hurst Miss Sarah J Harrison George Hancock BF Hntsin E Hargis S.irah Hanck DK I laden Maneriva Harrison Wm II Hargis Joseph Spinden"Miss Alvira ' Slater Mrs Mary E Street William S Thonfpson Dr J M Taylor George Y Thomas James Vaughn S f. Volontine A Webb Peter Wait Wm Woods Brisun Worncr Justus Ycs Sarah Yong James Persons calling for the above Letters will please say advertised. . oc2 Hannibal, Oct. 1. A. O. NASH, P. M. - LAND FOtl SALE! The undersigned oners bis farm for sale, FISHER & BENNETT, Booksellers, Statidners, and Paper Dealers, 98 Main street St. Louis, Mo. Always on band, a large assortment of Printing Pa per, Inks, fcc. oc9y o J. II. LIGIITNER. 1SS, N. Main street, f)ehn"rti Stoves, Grates, Ploughs, Hollow Ware, and Ohio Hot Blast Pig Iron. oc'.'y LEWIS M. LE.VY, Wholesale and Re tail Clothing Emporium, 101 Main street, . W. cor ner Locust, oc9y St. Lotiljt, Mo. 0 o ROBINSON, WALLER &. COLES, Dealers 111 Hides, Leather, &c. &c, 83 24 street be. J tween Locust and Olive, oc9y St. Louis, Mo. J. A. ROSS, Brass Foundry and Ma chine Shop, and Spur Factory, 202 N. second slceet, St. Lpuis, Mo., Constantly on kvmd and manufactured to order, Beam Scales of Iron or Brass, and Platform (of all sizes) Counter, DiuggiaU, Flour, Floor, Hay and Car Scales; a so Spurs, Brass Castings, Engine Lathes and .Machi nists I ooUof every variety. . oc9y S" II. BAILEYWholesale" ConfeTtfo er, cor. Pine and 2d streets, one square helow "Monroe House," St. Louis, Mo. 3 Constantly on hand, of hia own roanulacture, Steam Refined, Plain and Fancy Candyj also Plain and Med Icated Lozenges put uu in ounce wrappers. Orders from the couxfry promptly attended to, and delivered to any psrt of the city free of etarge. Syrups made to or,Jr- oc9y ..KINGSLAND &, FERGUSON. Phaj. 11 ik Foundry, 204 and 208 second street, 4 St. Louis, Mo., Manufacturers of Page's Portable Saw Mills and Horse Powers, Threshiug Machines Stoves, Castings, Corn Metiers, Plows and Mill Machinery of every descrip tion. ocy Warehouse 202 Main st. AdministQition Notice. TOTU E is hereby given to the Admiuixtratrix ami i Auditors of the estate of Saml. T. Waters, decM, lale ot Marion county, that having beeu appointed by i iMinl) court lor sum county a commissioner t au dit and settle all deuiunds agtiust th" said estate under One Hundred Dollars, I wij.l attend, at my otlice iu the cay ot Hannibal, in said coui.ty ol '.uii..n, 011 Thursday, the Soth day uf October, A. I). J80I, be tweeo. the uoins of U iu the forenoon and a iu the after novo bl that day, t audit and se.ttle demands agaiutt the said estate of Saml. T. Waters, de-i'd, presented ou that day, oclla-M (a A At 1 JiULl, Cotu'r DOBYN-S &, CO.'S Daguerreotype Gal. er!Si No- Main St. Louisville, Kyi N. I Fowlks Kow, Memphis, Tenn. 6 At 2S Camp at. New Or. leans, La., aud cor Fourth and Chesnut, . oc9y ' St. Louis, Mo. FALL ST YLE HATS IS5I -Th e bes t quality njaiiufactured, at $41 Alio Caps, Soft-Hals, im run-, tor ciuu av casu prices, call st Coriuthutu Hall, 274 broadway, oc9y St. Louis, Mo. I.oooir wale by Sole leather. extra oak tanned and Spanish Leather, fur u(4y M. A. LINDSLEY. '. . A' CITIZENS' Wholesale and Tletail Fur niture, Clock and Upholstery warehouse, cor. Second aud Pine streets, oeily St. Louis. Mo. 1 T. F. WlOHTMAIC, Agt 1 1 ENR Y MlLLERTTviiolesale atid Re- tail Dealer in and Importer of Hardware, Cutlery, and Mechanics' Tools, !57 Main street, 9 St. Louis, Mo. . m m GILL & BROTHER. Manufacturer of Ready made Lwieo, and importers and dealers in Vn-a der Garments, Gloves, Hosiery fCravats, Storks. Bia ces, Shirts, fat., wholesale and retail, at 122 Main St., 1 .. ..v 1, wvuii nu 1 111c, , oc?y St.' Louis, Mo, EDWARD EGG ERS, Importer and DeaUx in Groceries, Liquors, Wine and Cigars, and Commission and awarding Merchant, No. 173 Main i St. Ljjuis, Mo. BOOTH. DRAKE & CONN, Hat and Cap Maiiufecturefv, No. 155 Main slseetV St. Louis. Mo. Hats and Caps of the latest New York aud European fashions ,nd every variety of style. Dealers through. Oat the country are invited to exantin our foods. Jf3 situated in Kalis county, Sfo., lying directly aO on ine main couniy roau, auouc iiirce mnes C from Hannibal, leading to Matsoo's Mills,, in 1'ike ouoty, and to New 'Loudon. There are two hundred acres iu said tract of land, and it is well tim bered and watered, for raising stock. It has threap : nt .ro.. t. m4 Hi.itMfM.. ei.Ten kiiowifto go dry, and it is thought to be one oC the healthiest locations in the State, has ill tbedvan tages of the river and markets, and is in every condi tion situated for health and advantage for trade. ., It has. also a good School House on ou end of it, in on quarter of a mile of the dwelling. Ther an about 40 arret or cleared land on it that is adapted (or tne rats- ' ing of hemp, corn, tobacco and wtwat. 0Ttiose who wish to do well, will pleat call and view the laud for themselves, before purchaiin;. - Pos-. sesiion caa be given at any time to suit the piuchsser Sept 23 .OCl2-Jm GEO. W. ULASCUCK., Pioprietor A Splendid- Farm for Salp. AN excellent opportunity, on accmoda- " ting terms, for any Que who wishes If handsome resideiiceaiid 11 good firm iu a twu very healthy anl respectable neighborhood, sitJatcd near Weet Ely Prairie, eight and a kail unit west of Hanuibil, containing 336 acres, 250 of which if in' a high state of cultivation, the remainder is well !npp!id wt'h tye timber, ch as the vmrioua kiwi of Oak, Elm, Hackberry, Wild Cherry and Papaw A good portion of this land is first rate Uwup land. The residence, or Farm House, is one of the best planned and best proportioned in the neighborhood, although ot entirely Unit-tied. The land is situated on the mainly tiaveled road leading to Paris and Centreville. and there can be bo doubt that is as gooa a location as any in Marion count. - O-I refer to Capt. A. S. Robards, T. S. Millef,, Esq.. or George Schroter, Esq., of Hannibal, Mo. ' lit" St. Louis RepublYcau please copy weekly three, times, ana ceud bill to this office. ocJU" TAILORING!" JAMES T'O.VPS5JV-, . 1 . A EES this method of tendering bis most. grateful acknowledgments to bis ily anal country friends, fur the very liberal manner. which tliev have been pleaseti U KitrupUakiia. for U Mast eighteen mouths, and still solicits the patronage of ' all who may choose la call. It will be his pleasure 10 try to please the most tasty and fastidious. laming coo so iu ladies cannot easuy ne mutanen in putting the work together, and wanaiUad to fit if protierly made. Q Uis soop is on .Haul street, two doors norm ot Mes srs. Shoot , uavis1 livery stable, and tuuneumisi? f posit 5. J,Z.owe's store. - aep2-2m G. tfc. C. TODD, 217 North Main street, St- Louis, Mo. Importers and manufactuiers of Mill Materials, Sereen Wue Spindles, Iron Proof Stuffs. Cemented and tivel- ed Lelherand Rubber Belling, fmachiu tretchn warranted to be straight and give satisfaction. Bolt ing Cloths manufactured expressly ,. for cvstpuieis, which are heavier aud better than anv oilier aud TodiTs Portable Grain Mills. ' oc9v RAND'S DAGUERREOTYPE SA' LOONS, 57 Foarth street, opposite Planters House su Louis. Mo. Ladies and Gentlemen yisitiuc St. Louis are invited to call and hav their likenesses takea in a stvl equal to that of any in th world. - oc9y . n. S. Mkacm, Artist k. Sup't. - NOTICE. THOSE knowing themselv ImUbtod to Mellon Ik Haw krtia either by not or account, will picas come forwaidaud pay up immediately, as ( am th only one authorised to receive and receipt for tlie same. Uauuibal May! 18it. ELUAt HA WK.INS. COOK. & CO., U Market Street, North side, pr Main, SL IouisMn. DWrt io Wa-ctea, Jewelry, Watch mteri)s, Clot ks, Cutlery, and Uacy goods in gil. octfy fitTV tTt It n W V T f V I I X i8cl 11 u l u lit Main, near Hill streofe HANNIBAL, M0., 5 O. GRIJfES, Proprietor, HAVLXO taken ftU well known House, for a Uftu, (years, and aJded exUa swauts, lurniturp, B1 diiig, i.., to thf asoual purchased cf Mcssrs.Mirsa duk k. Han, aad thoroughly repaired. clensa!,.andyj renovated the entire iloux, u now prepared to Mr taiu th former customers ol the Houe. No exertions on my part, shall be unexteuded, to promot trni wel far and comfort of thos who may favor me with their patnxiag. 1 Uuat.by giving my undivided attoulio to tli wants of the public, to share a, hherul portion of pabonage. pc2-Jm-paid Li. GRIMES. Hannibal, Mo.,UcU)ber 1st, 18il. U !S i! !! J! !i !J 2 2 if 4 jj j . 1 a U l M .r, H r ( a1". 1" IS hereby gisen, tlval a meeting of th stock holder of lit Haiiiiibal and St. JaMh Riilioad Company will U held at lijurub-l, on th id iUy of Nov;mr 1S31 , fo th election of Directors fur said comay. Don by orvler oftb board of Directors, at tbir meeting iu Liuueus, Sent. Iti, flwji3 VV. JOKES, Stc'y Who wants genuine article of jQUINCY FLOUR, list drop in at tu.'-:. Mi I.; ifv FRANCIS, WALTON Ac CO.. Wliole- sal Drafts, an Importer of Drugs Medicines, theimcals, Krtuuwry, bg,gic, Iiwlnu,,,,,, ke.J lealers la Paiia. Oil. Dy-tulfs sod Glassware. No. IS Main streot, betweeu Market aud Cbuut, Vjy St. Louis, Mo. , 1'UT," ou 11)11 stit, near the Levee 1 tad Tu wiil get Umocv Hour wbal Is QL'INCV FLOUR; mxiuH'.Kwllt Ui relebra'etl Ka;l MilU," i:i tim c.ty of s! unyt And tut Humbug! Not SteimJ ,ani Qt4titrf bamis flLd u iA other Ilotu! . t TMOViS JifrsJN, s, t rl ) V "5. T 1 -