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N r 7 .4 o ( 1 ,J , i r i sr f i t ii s 4 v, r i S R Ii 5 i 1 1 -? Ilr it - Hi: n. i tr i i . t . ; I ;.: ( . 4 ' T ii I) F A It M il From t!' IM'-ar NrpjM. ;at ghoy;ep3. ' SjiitemV-r i Ue monl'i for seeling nnl its lrejaration, an I perhtps a few hints upon the auliject imy ixrt rome innisx. 1 wil! begin with the timeoIoviiv;.vWh i ''vexed (jueslioii." Eirly-sown wIk.U U less likM" ' ''"'".? from rust . omn'. t!;an tk.t whirl. is put in We, but tL is '.ii ii..r.;f-r of rotnmsr r"r;,rJ '0 hst, tvil ;!t,m'. l -o ! ..r,io Krowth before the in ..f :... r. nu.l coiHcq'jenthr e.x- to k lrUC:H,!l or mi n.iu f ,r iiofcmfji-'cl to ll'c rav.ifr.'S of , . -I.. : .(..Mi,, Jt I Ml re.lson fillip uuu etivmu 11 L ney-; Sl)frT p;n (n.-.'J in regions wuicn are iiiucii Si l.v iJ-t-s trfiitilvtuina nests. Sec J wheat iv "ti' menu l)e limed anj LriucJ livviU rrnu ro Lb;r, moM certainly, but it san ellectu , j.r(-vc!,;;li of smut, anil bs surli wil! rove n jivoliiiilile treatment of time. The best pro ess for Lminjr, tic-, is to place tl.e secj in a heap upon the barn-floor, and sprinkle salt upon it tit the rite of, ay a peck to ten Imshei-i- then tiirow on water until the brine allows itself up on the fijor, shovel it over two or three time, ei Itr.re- it tyrer n"-ht: then mix it with as Much slacked lime as" will adhere to the kernel. Too much attention cannot, be p:iid to the draining of fallows. ' It is Tnn'ler of J.riinnry importance and should be done thoroughly. Mere furrowing with the nlough i certainly a benefit, but it u altogether inutficient, the hoe and (hovel should be faithfully used to remove all obstructions, and open a free passage for the water-.- S.dt on with wheal, at the rale of a bushel or thereabouts to the aSTe, will yield a good profit on this outlay, both bv its action as a meas ure, (which in come soil is much needed and highly beneficial,) and also by killing theenns of weeds, and multitudes of bugs, insects and Ww Uaad-:s the earth.-. This -is T.at a prevailing custom, and may be considered by some at useless mid unreasonable, but try it bc- ' fore you condemn, and I have few fears for ie mult. If it be desirable to seed down for mowing, and not for regular rotation with grain, sow tim othy seed witH the wheat in tlini' all; sowing in tho Spring is a very precarious method, a dry May or June will prove fatal to a Spring seed ing with that variety of grass. A fallow c:mnot be got in too fine a tilth by deep and thorough plouing and harrowing. Nothing is more fatal to a farmer's pretension as a good cultivator of ihe soil, than a wheat field covered J with huge, unbroken clods. It gives evidence of a poor farmed and the promise of a poor crop. . - ' w. . K. Wed DryJen, 1851. e ' . , " " e From the "Dollar Newspaper. o FATTEOTNfl HOGS. ; The 5xperienco of a few practical farmers in this vicinity, with regard to the best method f fattening hogs, I have gathered for the benefit - tH IMm HglnlimillHaiHil m Ma ....1. ...w. tho hope that tlie augfjestions herein contained may be to their intercu t. More than our hogs of ordinary size should never be placed in a pen, ten feet square, for the purpose of fattening, and they should be select eoT from those that have been raised together, and us near as possible of of a sue, for each pen, p they dislike strange bed-fallow. Every farmer has an abundance of ifreen food at this season, and should, there fore, put them up while the weather is tempe rate. 1'otuto-viiics, cr h-irrasfi, and green corn sUlks. contain lurore u untitle q entities of nutritious juices; and green corn turn be easily digested, and appropriated loth.. usof the annimal; while mceh of it, when giveii in a dry eur glute, is lost. It is asserted by authority deserw'ig of credit, that the consumption and waste of food .o supply an i mil heat in cold weather is enormous, and . ..1.9l - I. 1 . r... that farmers who have much slock to fatten in, 't:,. a . ,.,!. ... wmMam. K jinn.f.ini!n .?old cainacrs woali wt .monp by .constructing houses Hor tlie purpose, WlUl steam pipes at- tached, by which the atmosphere could be kept moderately warnl. rood shouM always be eriv - en in a stale easily digestible, as it is a priiio -' of tlie animal economy that ..'nv.i .u- Oi exercise is conductive to health, wncrcby tlie digestive powers of the stomach are kept per fect; and hogs, by rcasonof confinement, not having thi opportunity, therefore, it is essen tially requisite their food should be prepared. Every farmer should plant small quantities of corn at different periods, beginning; in Murch and ending in June. He would then have green food from Angcst till October. WJjen green food can no fencer bo had, dry corn, peas, or potatoes should be cooked. "' Hogswshould huve 'rotten wood or churooal often to correct accidity, and mall quantities of ashes thrown into their food occasionally, to expel worms. Grass, weeds, &"c, should be supplied freely or bedding and manure, and a covering of boards pr bricks placed over the pens, to protect the hogs from the heat of tho sun and weathen Tue fooil iiou'id be c'nigcd one or twouaya in the week, and the occasional use of salt in suuill quantities njny pr-we serviceable, but lars quantities have been Known to prove fatal. Such is the course annually pursued successful to farmers in this ejuon. Should you deem these few hints worthy space in the vtMlar," I will endeavor in my next to treaf somcwluit upon the construction of pens for the saving manure, ate. C . Beaufort CWiy, X. t. 1851. ' ' ' The Counsellor Tosed. At a trial in the Court of King' Bench, June, 1333, between certain publishing tweedledums and twedledees, as to an alleged piracy of an ur- rani'ement oi 7 lie OU .nglia Uetiutinan an 11 EngUah air, by Uie by Tom Cooke, the composer, was subpoenaed as a witness by one of the parties. On his cross examination by Sir James Scarlettiaiterwards Lord Abinger, for the opposite side, that learned counsel rather flippantly questioned him thus 'Now, 'r, say that the two melodies are the aame, but dulereiiL What do you mean by that, Birr"' To this Tom promptly answered 'I said that the notes in the two copies were alike, but with a different accent, the one being in common time, the other in six-eight time; and couscquenlipthe accented notes were diifer nt." " O Sir Janie.s "Wluit is a musical accent?" Cooke-"f Iyterms are a guinea a lemon, sir. (A loud laugfi.A . .. . - - . ' Sir Jame, (rather ruffled ) ."Never mind your terras here. I ask you what is a musical Kceetit? . Cn you ee it!" ' Cook-"No." VQ, t Sir James "Can you tttl ill"' Cooke Amtisv.tocka.'1 (Great laughter.) Sir Junes, (very rigr) "Now, pray sir, do ot leit r'ooul the DUi.li, hut explain to hi lord ' ship (I-oid Dwiican ws the judge vlmt tried the cause) and the jury, who are supposed to know jicrthir.g bhout bhimc, the meaning of what you I Cooke. "Aerent in niuve is a cert tin stress 1 tv.i-iii-n r mite, in the ;ime manner -i " , i . u-i.u! I l;iv a stress upon onv trivcu word for the purpose of being better understood. Tims if I were to say "Y'oii re an .?," it rests onnssjbirt if I were ( fay You are an ass," it rests on you, Sir James." . . Reiterated shouts of laughter, by the whole court, in which the flench itnelf joined, followcd this repartee. ' Silence being at length obtain ed, the judge with much seeming gravity, accos ted the chop-fallerf-counict'l thus: Ior.1 Ucrimaii "Are you now -saiisnea, cur James?" Sir James, ( who, drrji ted as he n.tturally was, to use poor Jck Uctve s own words, had becomeO icarlft in more than name.) in a great null said " I he witness may go uywn. And go down he did, amidst renewed laugh ter, in which all joined, particularly the learned brothers, except one, who didn't see fcny joke in the mutter. THOMAS M'DANNOLD, e . J Attorney at Law, fTAYlNG totaled luuirell at tlANMBAL ,lo.. Hsrinibal.tha Cirruit' Courts held at I'slinyri, Vrm. New London Slid Rowling Gree njin Ihe Supreme Court or the Mate, and in the United Siats Circuit Court. CTOllice on eat side ot Main. Detween Bird and Centre streets. , Wsntiibat, j.ng. 28lh, 1851. augStf . Wall Paper, 1 50 PS. extra fine Wall Paper, for rale by ugty UM. A. MNUSLHY. A. ETT, Wholesale Grocer and ComxuU&isSi MERCirJXT, Vo. 1, Lrvte, Hannibal. Jifn., (inAe puse formerly octupie by J. Fvqua,) i ll.r constantly ki t p supplieil with sri.rrat stork V of Groceries, wh'u li lie M ill be enabled from his facilities for piu chasing, to sell hv Hie wholesale al St. Louis prices, expenses aifHed. t J Will also give his ppisonal attention to the crmmissftn biuiiif'S and will maae liberal ca-h advances on consignments. s4tf N -E W H STOKE. nHR subscriber would cull Jhe atlentiou of hia for L mer customers, end the public, to tiis large and well selected eloctc of dry (foods boots and shoriiat and caps Mid groceries, which be is now receiving and opening al his oi ,uud, the Great Western, well known to the public in ait forme? days for good and cheap poods, and solicit a share of custom. aug4!tr M. A. I.INDSLKY. HANNIBAL FOUNDRY, o Palmrra Avenue, Hannibal, Mo. MITCHELL & IlEMloNGTON, 1 T ANUFACTURERS of Kngines, .aw and A ill. Flouring Mill Machinery of Flouring Mill Machinery ot every de scription, Turning Lathes, (horse power l, &c. All kinds of repairing and job wont done in brass or iron. All trie above worK win ce executed with dis patch and oo a accommodating terms as can be kadi CN. B. Old cait iroc, copper, and brass bought at the foundry. . ' ' sugvstl Administrator's Notice. TVTOTICE is hereby riven to all persons interested in X the estate of Benjamin Wise, dee'd, that letters of auimnt-siraiiun nave utu grauieii 10 ine unuersignea, by the Ralls county court, bearing date Sept. jd, A.D., 2851. All persons having claims against said estate are requested lo pieseut them for ,yllowance within twelve months, or (hey may b precluded from ai y beneiii oi saiu estate, ana n not piesenled within tliree " ,orev" ", n . ,,c . , sep!8-3t LUC1NDA WISF., Adm'rx. Administrator's Notice. "VOTIcr. is Jcreby given to all creditors andottyns j. intererted in the esla'e of Alien liciise, deceased, that letters of administralion on said estate, bearing date tsepi. , ifoi nave Deen granted to tlie hi dersigned by h e'er!',of Kaj's county court inva-aiion. Allpersons indebted to said estate are r. uuested to make payment imtnedi.tely, and all per,n. Lvine claims anhit said estate are required to mesent Ihem. nronerlv authentica- ted, within one year from the date of said letters, or 1 ,"es yj'J e precymea nom any Deneiu oi cam estate, ami if v.ol preseutrd within three years, they will be cpl8-3t LOVEL ROUSE, Adm'r. LYDEPgXDEXCE OF CUB Jit CHEAT AND U n parallelled Excitement!! Staple 4ry Goods!.'.' MOTTO Large Sales and Small Profile ! 1' HE subscribers would call particular attention, to their large and Well selected atock of Slajde Dry Goods, Consisting in part of Cloths, Cussimercs, Vest- i'lgs, Satinetts, Cashmeres, De " Laines. Poplins, Linsey's, Flannels, Frney. Points, Reached and 'Unbleached Muslins, Ticking, Drillings, &.c'&.c Which they ,aie eonstaiilly receiving and now selling cheaper than eve) for cash or countiy produce, at their oiu aiana, ruqoa ouiiuings, trill street. " . seplRy j rr.-w.r sr, Ct CHEAP JV .- an ey Wholesale K til - tli and Retail, DRUGSTORE. Alain street, Hannibal, Rio. L. T. BUITT1NGHAM & BRO. ARE now offering Drugs cheaper than ever olTered in Hannibal, and will sell loner than nv nih.r ... tabliabmeut in the city. We ask the citizens and conn. try merch juts to call and examine our drtnr. aid im il they will not compare with any in any city ; and chcap- vi ujuu iiicj cmii uuy luem III OI. L.OUIS. iuiseedOil, . . . . . $100 gal White !-ead, Pure, . . - . i 6 j keif " No. 1 . - . . O I 40 Jo Calomel, niauder, Weaver's, the best that Is made in ihe wotld, . . . 2 00 lb Calomel, English, - P . 1 75 lb Quinine, . . . . . 800 oi Salaratus - - t, - 6 lb Ink, Black - . . -o . 25 dox Mustang Llmrncnf . . . , I 25 da Mcljiin'i Veimifuge . . I25do Blue Mass, good " - ? ' I 00 lb Indigo, a Ural rate article, - - . - I 10 do Soda, 4iup. Carb., tor Bread, . ' 7 do I.xt i.ogwood, - H do Cocbiueal, '- 150 do Sulphur per 100 lb . . 0 6 do Madder '- - 14 de All other articles iu proportion to the above. .1 LARGE LOT OF 8X10 GLASS, For sale at r H " H B n (Z -ui 3 duilais per Box, by myly 4yU T. Bltl iT INGHAM BKO. Notice, Tbe copartnership berelolore exisling between Drs. Mermiith It Hay.k.ijStis this day diuolved by asutual eoart. v- HUGH MKRK.DITH. bept. 15, 'il. fwpia-31 K. J. HAWKINS. COOK & CO.7 41 JMarket Street, North Mde, near Mail), . ' St. Louis, Mo. Dealers in Watchea, Jewelry, Watch materials, Clocks, CalUiy, aud Uucy (ved in general. ottfy . iiwww- - I JOOUNAL AND UNlON-IIANNIBAIvMO.,' OCTOHEK 16, 1851. mcCHEEHY, ESSEX & COJ WH0trAI.B bEAt.KBS I V 1 1 (j IfUllilUtMJ VARIETY AND FANCY GOODS! " , No. 04, M.a at St Louis, "VM.T. the stlf ntion or tlie country merchsnts to the V lartest stock m gn in this line, to b found in inaiket pail vf Mliich will bo found enumerated wi Hats and Caps. Men's faehinnable B.B.siik Boy fancy sr.d plain soft benveriai gols, biuh and wool hats. musk hats. Boys' fancy end plain Mens' loll blk, white It gold soft fur hats. Jenny Lind &. I'srodl brush Infant' lancy plush, sat hats. in anJ fur hl. Mens' congress, Kouth and Metis and boys' cloth artists' solt wool liats. caps o( various patterns Men's silk and Mohair pluih Children's atlk velvet and caps. . ether fancy turbans. Boys' silk and mohair plush o caps. Bonnets. I. ailiet' Kloience braiu, fat .t itiaw, silk, satin and velvet bonnets. Taney and Variety Goods Dresa Goods, ecc. 0 Hlack malteoni lustring, Gra de Uliioe and embossed cy silks, Bonnet sOKand salins,'tloiencesf (Stc.i " Aho. a general stock of cashmeres, de lainen, velveln, - luKirrs, tancy plants and worst u ana silk embroider td uieiino robe; v " w White Goods. Ci'inl rir. jaeoiirls, mull Su muslina, satin stripe, lace rtitpeand tape check do; victorm andbish r p lawns plain sod fancy bobbiuets, patent spot and fa. cy Ure nets. , Bhawla and Handkerchiefs. c "ire ro oietl to. f, black do. 5-4,6, t. 7-1 8.4. and ID 4 plain and rinbioidrred Ameiicin ctolli d.A- w ...I. i i.'....i:. u l.:.t A -. ...t broiden-d caslnneie do; plain and prTnteS mevino do; filaid and net wool lnl'k'fs; fanry merino acari'i and iillv'tfj ladies' fancy diets hd'k'f-; plain and lanry silk scaif-. c - 9 .;, Cravats" and xiandkerchiefs Gents' blk lust riiifcravats, blk Italian, plaid andem btsed, and caineleon do-f tancy neck ties. Poneee, ShantUair, cora, bandana, Embossed and Spiitleticld silk poVket hd'k'fs; ladies' and gents' linen cambric do. a Hoods comforts, coats, Laces ami edgings, veils, Miirls, drawers, hosiery & Gimp, fringes, dress tiim- gloves, ' miiigv'" Ruipendersy lurik mitts, Ribbons and artilicials, L'inDrellus. combs, buttons, Woolen yarns, carpet bags Thread, needles, pins, Band boxes, beads' and Tapes, bindings, brushes, necklaces, . Purses, pocket-books, Uazors, scissors & shears Steel purse trimmings, Maps, perfumery, hair Brad-bag, looking glasses & oils and colognes, Mahogany frame mitrors, Musical instruments, Wall and window paper, Whalebones, spectacles, Wrapping and writing do, spoons, Gum whips and jpverliOr.s, Gun caps, powder flasks, Crapes, crape lise, collars, Inkstands, cedar pencils. Ijce capes and berthas, Kuzor strops, slates and steel pens. .We are prepared to show to our old customei and merchants generally, a larger ttock and greater variety of goods than any othor house in our line iu the city J which weeff-r upon the most liberal terms. fsep4 Jn AS nvwwTiePMvViT THAT APPEALS TO TH E &0UND SENSE OF THE COMnUNITY Standard Medicines. Tht fullomng UMtuatUd tenet of Vantlfr Mctiicmrt u. S depended vwa wilk lAt ulmost eonfiJtHce. They kane Ike approbation m tit hoot pny- aicjafia n tkt conntrf t mnd ar reeontmtnetod ly mil r Ho Mare used tkem a nprvi r to e a family medteintt tnoleu. TUev liiic l.-lt lirlorr I lie I'lllillo TOR riVE YEARS, Ourinwbtrh tint mor ilian A.Ihhi certiftcaim have U-ea re ceived Itoin eiiiitn'iii jiiinuc mm and oilirn. and art iiuw on tilt at ilic Coinpany'a OUitf. '1'liey arc t:omiioiuid;d 4 With the utiiKKt care anil skill, and the iic.'ridtend i ere itiorouehly ttitd hy cieninic rheiniistto lliat iididicinei o' a umioriti and rMal(e quklity are nuarHiiir-d 10 ail cc. c I'he Orni feultei Vegetable Pills. Are panicuiariy valuable tor the prmremtun and cute l revere iu general, ail tUlliuUJ end Liv. er 'tiniilaiiitt'. Jamidiru, G'nTHl Urliility, Common and Hick Headache, Dyspep sia, Mean Burn, .'oiiivt'neift, (inp ins;, I'riuory liena, OUtruc lion of ilie ftlnk-tf, Ictiu enxa, Amhnin, bud lr a variety of other Chronic Diaea A .j u.', iu fine, . . for all ordinary family uiea. " Pull Dlrvctlmia fur the varhmi OUeaeee accom;a cuclk btx Fric ii) rente m box. XI1K (lUAKKEMiKUU Dysentery Syrup. A im-Iv and iuJaUibl lewedy lu Diarrhuits. i)yaea tt-ry, Blooily rlut, r:hoieri ftturun, ttMvra futao s &(um, and the Ahutiv 1'H'ilkh. If tak'n with tlie Ur4 aviuiuuimi, vi&: vumiiinf aitd diar rhu-a. It never fniia to cure the worst possible caf of boel cunipiuints J 0 & generally lu a lew hours, md dmn beyond a dhy. It UHKLV VKMILTAfel.B, aud taken niaiiiuut any qtiamny u perfectly rrrmtes. TI1K Ult AI'KMIKtQ Green Mountain Ointment liivaiaahie hr Burnn, Wuuuds, Hprains, Clultiiklns, 4 for 11 tois, tfwehinL's of all kimla. Hheuaua tism, Eryielas , llruncliitis, tirrolula, L:l- r ceis, Fains in the- Hide and liar imu.b. tliHtttly rehevfd, liilisiutuatioiioi' the nuweiv, and lur" cafes where lists J U Hid.iMiiiaSvliua uterine oauioiicon. A certain cure Air Prulapaul lierl. iu for oil ot Ijie4li.lri-a.ing aiuiplantia iucidnl I t'eaialea. -) Inpalid by llr.TUKU l'OMtliUV.UI VU ca.aolcly ftr tlie irat-leubt:i Cuiupany. The other Graefenltrg Mtdianei art: Eye Lotion. Health Bittera Consumptive Balm. 0 Children s Panacea. 1 f . Fever and Ague Pilla Libby s Pile Ointment. Sarsaparilla Compound. ' TUE iiKAEEEN liKKo' MANUAL Or HEALTH. A Couiuwu aaad-lHHik of aiediciae for lanilliea. Price tl'ia cenia. . ' UdtcS14, Broadxay, M. 1". CjI VTION. th Tat pmttit il remuttted to tear in mind Uf noratkiag pre. or Ot y U tiraej.nterg i.mpam, kal Uetr olai mp.a it. apartom oeiuUt kuoe lua utaed tlottlo rotemotikt tit rtm "f.'fi"'' I''-''"'"' ' IU otal, tad tit utmotltari tioatd Ot ooteroed otjoro parriatlmg. &, h,. VlliOtl.l AKU, U.utlul Ajtiil, . Louit, Jt.t:ttl Aicenia, t. U M ATTII KVVr1, Maaaitol ; A . Uueaeblwirv , W. u.phl. ' N'wa.k, Ui.l.arJ f. l,i,,, ni,eib, vui, lllakwly k l.a.k-y, Kuurwl ; bewclle 4. bluOiti, rru.aiuial Oeo. O. lalaul'alu.ia. Im.rti) . T"r- Notice. fPHOSK knowing tlini. tlK . indabted to Malloa k. X Hawkiua eituei by imi.' if account, will pJaM eoroe loiWoiUaud pay ti law d.utuly,aa I am the axdt one uutliur.ieii to wwif and receipt tor tlie same. Hannibal Maywlsil ELIJAH HA WHINS. Sole leather. 1 ,0ii0 II. tatia oak Uu.hhI i.d bpauish leather, lei o salt by sugty M. A. LINDSLEY. . HBAII VE! lir.Alt YE! Oil MY T.Tj those indflited to the subsnilr, st mot o litplv liifnrmrd (hut f now. this 'v eomniWie a new set of hooks, nd lliat all old sceouiits must hJ settled up to this date. Now fsce the mu'ie., snu i am truly yours. J.rmarj l,l8M-tf T. it. KU.MK8. t ii pier t tvo r t No. 144, Main street, St Louis, Mo., op- po its tho Bank. MAKrVACTl'RESa 1SD WHOLESALE DtAltSS IN o Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Carpet Hags, IJufTalo Shoes, Saddle Trees, Ac. Also, r, i IMPyflTtaS AND DEALS BS in SADDLERY HARDWARE. aug'28.1!2w COLLINS & BREED "TVTOT liaviiig desciipliou of 1! Xslill 'J stoch or- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, . Would respectlulty invite Hie att,erltion of their old cu (oiners afid fiiends,and the public generally, totheii a1!. surlined of Spring and bummer Goods, coinpri-ing al most every article necessary foi the coii.l'oil or conve nience of 'Humanity, in attestation of which they hold llieine ves ill readiness at all limes to exnioil lo Hie public their splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry. Uoooi. ainy , WILLIAM COHEN, WATCHMAKKU t S AXD JK'.VKI.KU. Main street, Hannibal, Mo. rpHE subscriber has permanently located iu this city A- and is always prepared Jo repair watches, broken jewelry, &c, in the fnost workmanlike manner, and on the most resonablc'terms. Hollas now on hand, and constantly receiving fresh supplies of the linest and most fashionable .Jewelry, .Watches, flocks, fcc, from the best importing limits in the east. Ilis stock. is unsurpassed by any other house in the city, and 'hose who give him a call will be satisfied w itll his bargains; as he offers great inducements to purchasers. The citizens of Marion and Halls coirMics are re spectfully inviled to give me a call. Store on Main street, opposite the "Great Western." septa' Just leceiveu in auuiiiuu loins lotuier uh, a - ply ofT'ar Kings, Pins, 4tc. AUo a very line lot of Jet Ear Kings, new style. Smith's New York Gold Tens waiiauled- -a very fine article. Oct 21. LAWNS. A Large lot, fast colors, for sale by J. A. Rll J 1 COLLINS t BREED. "V ' O I IVacfcerel, the best ever brought to" Hannibal IV .just received direct fioin Boston in barrels. h.u bai.ie'ls and kitts for sale by. X.- 11 SEK.MIUS. PAKASOLS Avery large assortment from the low est price to the tio. which we are selling remark' ably cheap aprtty COLUNS k. BltEEU. .CI mi. Stair t,'iu'n'. HAS opened hi. t t tUi:T,i mid one iioor north ol Mellon and Hawkins-. IllliS net Ot llli bushels ol Oats wanted for whfrli th eC)aJ)t cah will be paid bv oct 24 T.ft. SK.LMES. New Goods!! HE Iiir2ethil best assorted stock of Fashionable (ioods of every decription ever biought to Han nibal, now opening at the Boston Wholesale. Ware house. Walk iip Ladies and Gentlemen, 'we are ready aud happy tashow our goods. oct 24 I T.H.SEt,MES. T u i: i i: DOUS OF CLOTHING. 600,000 DOLLARS 1 1 - We have this fall, the largest and mst magnificent SIOC oi READY MADE CLOTHING Ever offered by any house. As retards the stvles and make of our goods, it ia useless to f peak, as we have a (.epilation lar anu wute, oi keeping the ' Best Made Clothing in tlie Country. "And from the many advanla2 s that ne possess in im. polling and maiiului luiii g our entire stock for cash, and selling to none but prompt men, and furthermore, me iremenuoiis amount ol uonns that we aelj, it must uc ,jpmi:i.i tu rwty une, umi we can sen at lower pri ces I hail any other house VEXOT fl.MT MS BIT WILL. nrtlu Ihe luth of Augua' we w ill open our ENTIRE STOCK for inspection. All we ask ia for you to call in ana examine, as we are lully salisligd you will pur chase. In addition to our large stock of Staple Good, Very Fine Clothing. . t'r Motto '-Latge'eales aitd finall profifs?"ti J M AK 1 1. At BRUTHEK, , II", Main st,, St. Louis. lo. Masti r IIkotiikk No. 113, Bioadway, N. Yoik, us7-5 CIKIR 1D TOBlftfl STORE! '1 HEsub-tiberi would resect- ji-'Hs'rv J. tiilly i form the citizens of Hai.uibal aud country merchants eVrSdC doing business through Hannibal, . aWSjKt '5c-?' that they have opened a wholesale and telairTobacro and Cigar establishment on MAIN 6TREET NI-'XT IKIOh tothe POST OFFICE. They will en.u're Ihoe who will lavor them with their patronage good bar gains, for cash, aud in every case will give sstisfsetoi v lelurnKift'ieariu-le bought does not suit them. Thev will keep on band a uiety of fancy articles, such u nihil boxe., e.gar eases, pi pa ,d every oilier thin" belonging to such an estal.lfshment. 1W will baie uiipoi led as well as American cigars: end also, the beat - ' ( Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. WAH ouleis uill be attended tnif n.. .., ; aanl bT mail or otheri.' ' aug26tf H. LEER A A R BOG AST. r FlN( IS, WALTON & m., hie- sale Dmggi- , . ml rmporter. of D.ii..-, Vti d cines Chemic!s, H if.imeiy, 8ur;ical lu8h..;e,iti, a,c -J Dealeis in Fai nts, Oil.. Dye-stuff, and t.lasfware 'o 15 Mam sheet, between Market and Cbosnut, ocWy St. Louis, Mo. time to give a full grroU r attraction lit tl.eir pi wai.tes rAi.pwau.. P R A I n I E STOVE & TIN STORE. QTJARLE3 & CALDWELL, HANNIBAL, es t vi.l at Itfniii at., in the lioue or me, ly orrniilr.l bjr II. Wli kerllBm. t wVkerslism his entire stock or STOVI'.S and TIN W4.RF.. and in future intend constantly to keen on ' hand a well selected slock of COOKING ! HLAT- (4 INC. Stoves. - : Our tock consists in part orihe following stlicles: Trite rreiuium. Cook's Delight, Bucks' Doiible Oven. F.innire Mate, Ohio I'irinium, Irving' Air-Tight, and riiii aiirniii nave Mir. uei iivii. fit. Pit MltlT. 8TA I K i;"K stoves. , -i We will also have, in lime for the fall trade, s gooil , , Ql'ASLSS S T A T K- .'II . . kmi in I - ; I c ... . . i. .....r..o,! ivle i.fi competitors. -sorimet.i oi xi e iniea- .. . -j-i b y day occurrences. . I'AKLOR and Ile.t.n Move, I urmJ, oF-bin" may w "'":'. "-' .7.,.inr..lv.ntre,!"Oak Hall" el me west, on leiMo.f,.au..i,k... ; ''ante,! for business- ouick sales. small f, (niAiir in rnnuu i ' ' all k',Vofnwaie' YehTigir.y' to'The Tin bS, clothiers of Western Oak Hall" oiler a splendid assort I .ic , ! sell tit M. f.oi-.s in,o(ne . (r'ni.meut of .every kind of r ' r.iJ,. We are prejnied to do all kinds of COPPKIi p it IteforC tllfi i'tOlUc!! IsMirHINt;. Tersoiis waiitinii work done in that line,' tb.d the mammoth Star Clothing hmponuin, alias tht willdowellto give " a rail, ss they can sjvc tlie Wetein Oak 1UI, located on uiaia Mreet, Hannibal, , liouble and expense oi iS-ii: to St. Louis. . ' is acknowledged by gentlemen of (lie n:osl fiaiidioiia Old Sloven. Tin and t'opper Ware repaired at tlie . tw jnfijte taste, to be the lie plus ulna clothing hnu - v , ... r- , i .HI -rtest notice N. H - Old Stoves tnkmi In part pay for new ones, yUAiiUiiALUWI'.LL. lliiiihibalj August 9ih l.vl Jo the Panne the only true "fcoivf of the Aoit." K have just received, end ai-e now selling very low, a superior article of Grain Scythes. 00 ai uraws no - do - li Sliradi. a do I'.i.giish stel Hay Forks. do German do do" do Also, Sugar, Colffce, Rice, Six., Sic. " rmiua Untitling!, Hill Hreel. . " J. H. GKST St.CO. K7AH kinds of Produce taken in exchange. e2 f I K.-. 1 Qi nVCl O 11(1 Tin SltfiiV (lUlllUlU UlUVV tUlU XAli UWlvi fJl&in. Street, Hannibal, Mo. The undersigned would respectfully call the stteu- Ii.mnl thennhlii- in eeneial and his old menus anu crr- loiners in particular, to his well selected , well assorted stock of Cook Stoves, and especially the Empire State, which is the same pattern of the . Piairie State, f if r.ot Ihe oiiginal) which has been sovei highly and ; deservedly recommended by some of our most respect- able and worthy citizens, and also lo Ihe Heavy Fur- nace-niaile I'remmm Loeic stove, at lean one-unru heavier than any stov offered on the JWississippi. and will last as long as two ofmany of the liehMoundry- mauo stoves, iiua is no iv.ti ii i , uuw uiigiu wuci , truth and fliould be interesting to those wishing lo pur chase a stove iorservice. His stock ol tin ware is com plete land wil be furnished to dealers al St. Louis prices, antl hA u-,11 h.L'd a cn in ueann fl fltlA lot nl Pallor. so'.daslow as any other house can afford them. But while sp much is said about stoves, kc, the1 fitye stoc k of Iron, Steel and Hollow Ware Must not he oerlooked,to be found at the old stand on Water street. Do not forirct the Hannibal Stove mid Tin ' snore, xt door to Block's Clothing Store, yiain st, J. C WAUGH, in 22 . Suecsjor to Waiigh St I'ogue. NEW, YORK CLOTHING. -ST.ORE A .T Saiisser's old stand, where He will always be J.X. loiiiid in person, ready lo wail on his customers and puichasers generally. Th live years' business whii'h lie lias clone here has now frosbji, tual bis one pric. cash ryatem has met with universal approval, en aid. i. g him to sell chea, while it attracts regular cus to Believing tlie trutn to be the better policy, I will not resort fo (laming pull's and" extravaeant promises, which no one believes, but will simply announce that niv i.'wiv nina uii itkiiiiiiui Knuni la now ailed tviiu a new aul ample us-oilment of Seasonable Clothing, and (jcntleincn s rurnishins: Lioou.s, . Too numerous lo be here detailed. Tlie attention which'has been giveu to style, cut, quality and variety,; will not permit either to be surpassed. "As for my I prices, I have always believed that the Best place to prove iri do sell cheap fright at my counter, where !n ".rv.'jr.-rr.rj l3: re 'i:"1 1 v WILLIAM AUSSER For Rent! THE Store Iloiixe st the corner of Krtilit and Bird slreetn. in Ihe ritv of Hannibal, will be lor rent on the 101 11 nay ') next month. Apply to , J"VJb THOMAS M'DANiNOLD. Hannibal, Aug. 28, 1851. aug28tf A Ixrgf supplj of Groceries, Quecnsware, Hardware, Dye-tiitrs, Nails, Window Glass, Col Ion Yarn, &c. kc, ju'it receive and for sale by J. H. GEST, & CO. Fuqna Buildings, Hilt st. ? Eeplt(v -j ShoesA Gaiters. ItSl received, a large lot el ladies' oJ J Fine Kid Jenny Luid Excelsior Tiesj riain anu tancy Gaiters Tor Ladies, at apiily " COLLINS t BREED'S. LINEN Checks, Brown Linens, Table Linens and Toweling, Oottonades and Drillings suitable for Gent's wear, for Sale at a ratr4vl COLLIN'S It BREED'S. QUEENSWAREpiiUnp in packages to suit the trade just received by ; 0c24y T. U. SEXMES. O HOES and Boots of all kinds, from the hard Pot O uietal up to the softest Kid Leatfcer at t24 ; T. R. SELMES. fifriifp. V E.vM, MOFFETT, AGENT of the COI.t'MUlS INSLKAM E OJII'AXlf, ColumbusOhio, is prepared to take Fire and Marine risks ujion the most favorable terms in this well known and popular olhce. Hannibal, Sep, gbth, IH50-tf',5 rt.'T.BiSfii:r5' BKST PltrMlTstlliAR iiofSE oJJ .M01.AS1.S, jux rtuiivcil and for aal.-inw l.y - T R f'EI.MKri d. Dean" ' , . DEAN & GAKNETT, " MniU.SJ, neyhavMiowonb .aassor Marble Mantel Pieces; Fine Parlor, and Chamber Grate, Counter and Wa' And every other d.& Brady House, Hannib,.', M0. MARBLE F ?l ,,wl,rl' e- r.'all at their MarWt Yard .prnite. th. '. ; sprl-ly , i TMMirAr, rr i'.ishio.y. THE MAMMOTH STAR CLOTHING sTonn aiii:ai ok the ncisnw . Large Stock! Latest Style! LOW PRICES' reat Bargains! I n r-cedeutI s u C v t: h s I THE proprietors ef the Slat Clotlilhl Kinporiuiu, have lerooved Iheir Stoir to the nest side of i.ialn street, ne door to the "City Drug 8lor,' refprctfullv smionnce to th Po lie in general and em body in Pr,ir ularthat they have now on hand lha Inrgesl and nos! complete assorlmen of - l ashloiiauleaiKl lnrallf ( lothina e vs-n C'loiliing;. Hat mid Cnps'rt H1JJ;I minks, Carpet naftn, fcc, JsA S'nP'y AT EA8TEIIW fOHTIII ' ,-. r brniiilit lie I'l which they oiler at prices actually cheaper than th iinaK""!'1"' n concive. This is no blarney, believe it, Iriends, those who ate skeptical on the suet eaa call and see for themselves, and ir we can't sell theu. clothing a leetle cheaper than the cheapest, they eaa Q lake our head for a loot-balU We are naturally of .i,.i;Htumi.armrr.t. atttt that if a iiilficient re son Why we can sell clothing cheaper lhan any of out . Tins tact is sen evmeiw, uu u be jastljr styled the principle is is proms -go ruins ai.ii J . ,M. Tki.. IaI n rv nprniriru id nirii i ,' - 'of Northern Missouri, sud persons oy catnnij ai me j si f of tie eejp , can readily perceiv jtt,atihisis liieiruth, the wlile truth, and nothing but the truth. , .. ETRemember, we have but one house in this city It is the three story brick store house, situated on th west side of main street, at.tlie sicn of the " , MMMIi SJiIlli tf KfBear ill tnind otir motto 'Bound to sell twen' imr cent lower soy other hoiisel We remain, fellow-citizens, i , with sinecre regard, yoiiM, iiov2?yy o MAHKNTIIAL If BLOCK. mM 4 . rml im mm f . J. A. INSLEE & CO., Mo. FOKW AKUI.NO AMI Commission Merchants, and Wholeaal o Dealers in Litiiiori. A superior ailicle of Double lieclified Ti M'lMskfV, of the celebrated 'Black 1 Horse Brand' always on hand. a ' Also Agents lor Seiti bt Green's Clarified tCida Vinegars my2i DRESS BILJCS. A Splendid lot of liiess Silks. Call before they are ill i'. for sale bv apr2ty ' COLLINS i BREED. Boots. 1 ENT.S1' Congre s Bout. Jersey Tip, kip, calf and 'Trout Bootees, r.l-o, Geifts' fine calf Bools. warrant- ei( 00()i .api2ty by COLLI N'S.v BREED. Hats! T)AXAMA, straw, leghorn, paim leaf, silk. PL - rou ,, am leady,cnny Lit dP Kossuth and . - other new styles ol Hal for bale by api24y ftil.LI.t BKf.tu. . , : a A Lot of Ready-Made Clothing. A lot of Rcadv;Mnd(! Spring ami Summer Clothing . il of the latest stylos, Ust received and for sale cheap. L.,...4 ll..:l.ll..n. .,.. 0 l fs..-n .9 Kuqua Buildings. inyiiiy J 11. GESTit CO. Sundries. QCEEXSWAHE, glassware, siftsr. rnlF-e, ftQff epnimmon and sugar housmolasse'ifieejsa-f laratus, indigo, inadiier.c., for saleal the lowesf , as prices and warranted good, by aprifvl . COL'i.LXS k. BUEEU. To' "r.nritboihf" a reeling t JUST RECEIVED, a large and various supply of Wall piper.' Do Window Paper. Lt "everybody" call see and go not 'away dissat isfied. je26 J. H. GEST &. CO. BACO.V, Lard and all kinds oi Produce wanted at the highest cash Rrices. G. W. CAPLINGER. f I 1 i-''' x wua. me oosi ana nuresi always V hand by f . R. SELMES: 1 BOWWETS. I -1U'G oil last, and for sale unsually 4owt by VJapi24y . COLLINS .V BREED. - - 0 MARRT.F.I ATA1?RT.F.M . rpKF. firm of aul Sl Dean was dissolved on th. 12lh ! cobena,.. Th, undesigned .muooiinM 1 the Marble business at the old stand, formerly occupieu oy jieeoee, two Uoors east ot of. K. 'Selrnes' Buildines." He has on hand a pood assortment, of, Italiatf and American marble, and hn.. all those wishing to purchase wil call and see for inemseives. ne win sell cheaper than has ever been sold in the West, ami his work cannot help pleasing, for 'cheapness and style., " P. A? SAUL. iiiar2()-bm . Wanted! 1 f)nn BUSHELS ofgood STONE COAT," for ' 1 J. which we will pay the highest market price in trade. QUARLES If CALDWELL. "g2IJ e " 1 "The West Triumphant" Tiffany's Mineral RAZOR STROP PASTE, war lentej to give a fine shsrp edgo to a razor in less tim than any other paste ever maiiulactured. Fifty dozen just deceived and foi sale by J; H GEST i ( O Fu(iua Buildings, Hill stiect. 'u ptby Sols Agents Cash for Wool." 1 HE highest market price, in cash, paid for wool. f s"I''y ' M. A. LINDSLEY. t the (;reat WesUm. QUIJVCY exlrs snperline dour, just vu a splendid lot fat sale cheap by ' J j "cil27-y 2' . - T. H. SCLMtST tW. A. MOI-FETT, . J. STUJ.WE1.I..." o. a. GUD MOFFETT, STILLVELL & CO., COMMISSION MEHQJIANTS Rio. ii, Locust M.,(r Kiairs,) 'ST. LOUIS, Mo. 5; N J'.! 1'J "SW '''"ul Bsady (hade IX Clothing. Come and see how we can W tha . XircuitXETT"'