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THE DULY JOURNAL.
O CLEMENS, KD1TOR AND I'l'BLISHER. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25,1803 TIKJO 07 IS DAILY JOUBHAL, hAdTaae, ... m for ix months. TIKMf OF ADVEBTIIINO lit tllK DAILY JOURNAL First Insertion, rive Cents T.int t b, fc Insertion afterwards, To eud Hill fals Alrrtiseants will b ribliihe. from lis totweWt Uye at To Ceuls Line lor acD insertion, including the Arat. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST,' i BXITE THAJ I KB BEST," h r RuU for Book and Job Printing. pursuant io nitjournmriii, on onura.y m, a September, at 10 o'clock, a. M-, to discuss tbi Liquor Law. Tb friends and opponent of n arc requeited to altand i and th different diris WF.DSESDAY F.VKNINO, AUGUST 24. ISS1 ir W. u enthnriiad to announce 0. U. 8TK0NQ eaodidet (at CiTT Miasatt at the encroaching Noreoiber oleoma. taojoaiaj ATT KimOBt!! The Marion fount V Temperance RoeiftT Will meet pursuant to ndiournmnit, on Saturday tba 3d day of ' . - . 1 l . .1 1 . I. - KMmi-m 9 UllLUVI .U iwi. aid law, divisions art .MyMtMl Ia he renreaantail b delegates, T. II. TATLOW, Pr. raWnyra, An.oit 8, 1953. (aujlOdtwtd) WILL PEOPLE WJIO OWE US ritau call and pay itp T We need the money and hare no lime to collect it. .3 Ksuoiotrs voncE, Rt. G. S. Weayi will preach at the City Hull on Wednesday and Thunday evening, 24th and 25lh int. Subject on Wednesday evening: "The Rich Man and Lazarus;" on Thursday evening: "The Presence of the Lord," from the text" Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord and the glory of his power" 2 Then. i. 9. The public generally are invited to attend. Rbmbmbbk the Temperance Meeting at the Christian Church next Tuesday night. Remember, that the question letore the rity nt tne coming city election is 'fcliall the city by ordinance prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquors within the city limits?" t either the "Maine Liquor Law" nor any other State prohibitory law is now before the people. RELICIOUS KOnCE. The Christian Church will, (the Lord will ing,) commence a meeting in their house in this city, next Wednesday, the 31st, at 11 o'clock, a. m. Elder D. P. Henderson and others have promised to attend. PLKASUB.X EXCURSION. The Ben Campbell is a fine, handsome steam er, and one of the fastest on the river. And, what is an important item for those who like comfort and particularly good treatment, Dak Ablb is Captain. The Ben Campbell will run on a Pleasure Excursion to Keokuk and return, on Thursday and Friday, the 1st and 2nd days of September. All who wish to enjoy themselves delightfully for a season, will not neglect this rare opportu nity. Our thank are tendered for an invitation. We shall certainly be on hand. The Ben Campbell ha been purchased by the Keokuk Company, and takes the place of the Jeannie Dean. C. W. Bryan continues to add names to his list or testimonials in favor of his stoves. These are substantial arguments. The Courier of this morning has four column of war upon the Mais Liquor Law. We ad' vise the editor to devote six columns of his next number lo the discussion of the question whether the " Man in the Moon" is a mile tall and large in proportion, or only the size of human beings. Wo suggest this question because we should like to see the editor spread himself on a ques tion which he probably knows as much about as he does about lh Maine Liquor Law ; because it would be fresher than a soporific volume of rc-hashed rant ; and because it is a question as much lo be decided at the coming city clestion as the Maine Liquor Law. The editor of the Courier smells a horrible plot every time a whig opens his mouth if it's only to enquiro the price of butter and eggs and immediately advises Lis democratio friends to scamper 1 Pity for his own sake, that he has not as keen a nose for brimtlontf If he had he might dis cover the real " friend at his elbow" who puts into his heart so much falsehood and misrepre sentation. New OaLeaas, Aug. 21. Interments 270. incldin? 243 of vellovv fever. Deaths for the week 1,580, of which 1,350 were of yellow fever. The Comet. The Alton Telegraph states that the comet now visible was discovered at Got tingen, on the 10th of June last. Its perihelion passage occurs on the 27th inst., when its bright ness will probably be much greater than at pres ent. Great Sali or Ixpotcd Stock. The North Kentucky Stock Company has recently made a heavy importation of fine stock from England. This stock was recently offered for sale, at auction, in Bourbon county, and a letter from Paris gives the result as follows : Paris. Kv.. Auir. 18, 1853. The p-rcat sale of the stock of the Northern Kentucky Importing Company, closed to-day. There was a treraen dou crowd in attendance, and the bidding quite niritcd and animated, and very high price re alized. For the first Bull and the Stallion, there was a great contention between Bourbon, Fayette and Clark counties, which should outbid. But old Bourbon came out triumphant, paying for the Bull $6,000, and for the Stallion upwards of $2,SC0. The other bull went at $4,000, $4,000, and $2,800, $2,000, etc. The Cow and Heifer at $3,200, $2,300, $1,200, $1,000, etc. The first Sheep or Buck was eagerly con tended for, but old lioutbon hid him off at $1,010; others went for $700, $400, and o oh down. Most of the stock was sold to Bourbon, Fayette and Clark. The cost of the stock in England, and all the expenses up to this lime are $32,000. They sold to-day for $5G,000 a pretty good investment. Griat Pxggiso Match at North Dab- TKRS. BETWtES ALEXANDER STEELE AND JoHB J. Bunker. On Thursday, August 4th, the above named gentlemen, ou a wager of $25, pegged one hundred and sixty pairs of women s spring heeled shoes, working ton hours, Steele pegging 82 pairs and Bunker 78 pairs; Steele's being at the rate of 8 1-5 per hour, driving up wards of thirty-live pegs per minute, and Bunk er 7 4-5 pairs per hour, or more than 34 pegs per minute, together driving 4i,u.u pegs in ten hours. Though Bunker didn't quite equal his opponent in the number of pairs, in the execu tion of the work he excelled. The last part of the work was performed, while the blood was oozing from their fingers' ends, notwithstanding which, Hunker poriormea me usual amount ot labor the following day. Boston Times. From Tb Ilai.uik.il Messeacer. Messrs. Editors: ' As you have alone: with other whirr oarers in the 2d district, published the article referred of the entire district. Pleaso publish tho en closed article and oblige, Your Friend, See, uvox roruLi." (From tbe Louisiana Recoil) Cans Again. Ihe last North-East Missourun contain snrne speculation in regard to who is to be the Whig nominee for Congressional honor in t) Second District at the'next election. The ed itors of that paper must huve got their in for ma' dun from a questionable source at least, and had better not put too much confidence in wh llior hear until it is more fullv established They say that "the following gentlemen are spo ken or as probable aspirants for the Ming nora nation in this district Mai. Jas. S. Kollin and Col. W. F. Switxlcr.of Boone; Hon. Fre ton B. Reed, of Callaway; Cant Win. Carson and Thomas L. Andersan, of Marion." Now if the people of the district are actually com paring the relative qualities of these gentlemen with a view to their nomination, the Missourian does well in telling its roaders about it. But we think that their list is like the LoceFoco ph.t lorm wnicn leiuaio. jackson down it wants another plank. And in Hon. Gilchrist. Porter we have the timber to make it. Is the Miasou nan f earful lest the services rendered to the State by Mr. rorter, and which has caused mutual and lasting affection to spring up be' tween him and his constituents, will not be for gotten, and therefore wishes to congratulate the democracy upon the probability that the man wnomtney nave learned lo rear will not trouble them in August next? We say this without wishing fb undervalue cither of the men whom the editors of the Missourian tell us are spo ken of as probable aspirants for the Whiz nom ination. Many of them are rood Whiirs. and possess qualifications which would enable them to serve in the capacity of Representative with honor to themselves and profit to those who, in the event of their election, which tl.cy would be called to represent. But the Whigs unlike the Loco-Focos, who always reel surest of success when they cither have a man on the political race course who the people know nothing of and manages to keep a pirating exterior aim Knows now to tell a n-ood democratic anecdote, or who is skillful enough men no r.aa none wrong io make the people believe that he did not "do it purposely arc most willing to trust the one of their number who is best known, and more especially, as in ino present instance, me one alio has shown by his works that he loves his State end reirards with a jealous eye its best interests. We think it unnecessary for the Loco-Focos to give themselves much uneasiness obout the W lug nominee yet, when he is put on the track they will recognize him. We are not much surprised that the organs of the defeated party should, for want of a more pleasing subject, be tryine to find out who they have to contend against at the next election, so they can form some cauraaie oi mo possibilities ot success. They lost so much in the late election that it becomes them to look well to the future and try and make up their losses; and lest thev should stumble on a wrong conclusion and de ceive themselves by the flattering hope that their success is certain, we say to them put it down and carry it with you, that when you next bring out your champion for the race he will have to contend with a strong and valient com pentor, and, in all probability, me who knows and lias traveled the road before. n. MCCLUilO, N. MCDAHALD. r. Hi c. t. MCCLCKO, THOMPSON. The comet spoken of by tho St. Lowie paper was observed by some ot our citizeus yesterday evening. . The Mississippi river, which has been quite low, is now rising. AREJVAJJ AT THE MOHROK HOUSE, ' Carat of Alalai aad Caalro Slrwli, WM. SHOOT, Proprietor. Wednesday, August 24, 1853. John BurakoJdcr, St. Louis; J. B. Allen, BJoero jne.reni C. Spoars, St. Louis; Edwin Gurner, Cass ul; Ohio; John LoBaa, Cadis, Ohio; J. B. Lambert, Ouutoii; D. W. Rowsaa, fruefort, IU.; J. Hera- don, Mou roe; J. N Powot, Monroe, 1 boa. Mc Bra- iUnihine and in darkness, in days or prosperity try. Ohio; Joka V. bhort, Monroe; Geo. F. Daws, I. tft ... lh- VI,;- JZ J, their will, 1 presume he will not be round among & . WW - C. M. McCLUNG & Go., 115 Main street, ST. LOUIS, MO. Will bam reeahrea bj tbalitof &Ttber, tkevatoak of Fall and Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry Ooodslt II IU eu.krM a froftttT nrialj and kMMortoomiaMkltrj and gtBtnl, than Ihej bare ever e&ind ia ibis awkM. T.nrj arttela tba toga naau f Ik neil trade rl mines, ou to obtained from thea. It will be their eonataat exertioa to so conduct tbelr bei- en, oa Make it the later of the morebanti lo deal with thea. Erery article ia their atork, trill he arid aa low aa it eaa he obtained ia tbia eitj, or delivered frtna New York or B-mUm. It I tbelr deatre to io biuuew with renonable Monro county. LOST I LOST!! A small Feail Ilaadie Peo-Kaile on blade put. To had or will confer a favor by leavius; it at this Of fice or William Mc Daniel's. m ill ww the missing n caitea on next August, lit is the decided choice of the Whigs of this portion of tho district, and I have no doub of a majority it will continue. Tbcy know their sneoeai dcreods eoielw ao. ua tae oocea of tbeir eartoaaen, aad It will he their aua to auae their intercom ia wita wnrahaata, matoallj and recip rorall; beatflalal. Ibej atk from ater-baata who viut St. Loeu this fall, a tbcroagh eiaiinaiica of tbelr stock and priere. t. Loo if, Aogrut S, 1353-dlaJm toby the "Record," it. is but justioo to Mr. ' TchnU and In mob a manror, lhat woes OkoeooismeoowL J ... ... . . .. . . . . 1 .. . ,i Tk.. ,Mik.l.Mu.j i. i-i Porter, and the Whigs or mc district, that vou should copy the Record's article. There is a reason why Porter s name has been omitted in this liat of "aspirants," as they are called, but the trick is too shallow to deceive the V higs or this District, They will not so easily throw aside the staunch, the true, the never failing Whig, Porter, at the bidding of any. They hare not so soon forgotten the services of Porter in past times, and when the proper lime comes they will show me woriu tuut uiey are not ungrate ful. I do not know that Mr. Porter desires the nomination, but a he has been ever ready in JUST RECEIVED, And for sale at tho "Lone Building' corner of Main and Bird streets, ALL KINDS OF GARDEN SEEDS Onion sets; Blue greas and timothy seeds; Clover seed by tbe barrel or bushel. A general assoitment of Groceries, Wooden and Willow War, Brooms, Cotton Tarn ; motion calling, ah aiouaoi nuts, urances, Lemons, Fi(r, aud a boat of articles not mentioned bens; Like wise, a thousand things that is not here forsale. Ana- tous to sell all for CASH UP AND THE MONKi DOWN. Like to foreot on thine, tb Earl Mill dour is here tool marladtf T. JACKSON. nXKrAMD B.ifer'l TeaU, aa eaoetleat article for acre aa tea atpa, rat aaieaaue ttras: wre n Jeij ,lU-dAvai K. N.TLUDBRSOS'. TO THE PROPERTY HOLDERS oV UANMBAL. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of iht Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Com pan v convened in this city on the 25ih inst., it was Reaolred, That tb Eorlrerr In Cblt f, In addition to f , power elretdr oonferrel oa him by a remlatinn ef this H urt he end h it herb in'tructrd tnetu a fell and omrlt:, examination of tbe mvirs Uinm(h tVllier stret, and aim ti other route that in h s judgment mar be dreaed aivheb!; (( the iotereit of tb f! Iroij Con rnv. and to prepare an erti mate of the ore s of tbtte meral muic, t' gcibtr with the? rtlatito work in and prurpertive vain to the lateral of tw Ried, and that lie be elo empowered to sterna in opon bn tennt the rt(rhlof wJ f rid I'.'isl can bsib'.alncd upon tlj revrral nu.en, atd also to rtotire roptsiUnoi from lro' buideraor tceir agents, npon wmi teriniihe nrceearramou; vi won van vw uaiijvu uih ai aaunn 01 lue JUMls.r' rirer, atd urna surh other plaoMinoraiijucenttotheciiTlim. itM. ffiir an(.h nthr enuiunt f Imnrl mm muw iij.im . - - - ' nmwtlj i for the ue of the Company for the Decenary buiMirga, er.jii that be bercqairtd to repurtat Iheneatmeetiniof ibeUjanl and all power' eonterred on eommiitevt beretc fore P olntrd ia ' reference to C'ttn( the richt ef way thrra(ti the eity of 11m. nihil, and auiDf land f depots and other boiMine. nm. ary for the wants of tbe Company, he and is hereby rejxahd. Propositions frtli sale of lands to the Han. t nibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company, for a , site for Depot, &.c, in the city or Hannibal, ia f accordance with the above resolution, are invited i frera the property holders, and will be received j at the office of the undersigned, on or before the I hrst Monday in September next. f The quantity of ground necessary for the ma of the company for the terminus, will be not less than five acres; on or near the river, and ten ad ditional acre, lying in a body on or near tlis j lino of Koad, a distance not exceeding two milea I from the river. I Propositions should be sealed, and endorsed ,- II T., 1 rA. f i r 1 ... .1 Aurwal.vi IJig M TDllllU IOr UCpOt, and L coatain an accurate description of the ground, I us locality, quantiiy, jtc, witn reference made to a plat of the city. JAMES M. BUCKLIN, Chf. Eagr. H. & St. J. R. R. Hannibal, July 20th, 1853. d&wtd. City papers conv. and send bill to Itallm.n,l Office. las DiFot. M'Jor Bjcilin reqieets a to state that pr . poutKma from p ropery h'ddert wij t reoaived fur any mount, from Br acre down. F,, atres was named as the a meant ot land that would k- required for a depot, and it eer talnly caa Bake no diffrrerce with M J. r Buctlin or tbe Baid of V rectors, whether propositi as for the sale of atr rt acres oune from eoe man or a dusca men, set arale!r or ia . eomblna-ion. Tbe ot je t b to a.eeruin where ai.d a. wbi: price ground enough lor a de;t oan be cbtainid. A tumher of petsuni might eombine to make up tie smmal rcnuired- cr ibey may acparauly, or any one that chorees, icsy icid la propotilions to etll indcSnitel ima:i amiunt. Important to Housekeepers ! WOODMAN'S CELEBRATED SO AT.'! ID I aeoee celebrated Map is aa article wh.cb erery i'alnilT. - - w- - . wave, W.4SI UUfJ DOsUe fuUnml. io be u Trj thug minirwd Sotmaumy kaaiX)jC If - i"" e,0,D" ,1"1 a "e fourth tbe I'.me. labor, and tbe ii jonou, eoVru o( the eld bmUm4. Si. It UWha iul W,m iIim ..mi. .l... i , . .. . . . i wui.w, mu i or col- ored elotbaUiaBwa-;aeed,Mitaueoi eztrael tbe Ore t but ha. a Uod.ncy to t the oJor. 1 waLW punt LJk wmdows it eannoi be txwlled. it u wamnte not to ir jure tb elotbes la any ar. IS ia tmt MB lm hti,M nf m . ... I. w J ' . ' . r " ifmmwm Z UU OMToetUCS a each hoi for tb aee ef it. The 6oa teas .be bad at tb aoase of J he Darii, bo i, le aai for Marwa Mitr, ea Fifth Knri, neu W. Ore..-. Hemp P.fm, or ot Carta A Loekweoo, oa blan. , MR. EMERSON'S sen on i.. HANNIBAL. v evwi ava warjm m ueMaaai USmI SJSS U firts) day ia September, ia the basement of the Sewed Pteabrteriaa Eoctiah Braaebea, Oeofraphy, Arithmetic. $5 00: Uiebe PbUoeophy. Cmitrj. Ae , $ OS , CU-uee. is 00 ; 'rob! Feel andean of room, sOeeata. iw---, p 1 - - .... , i Mr. K. refers lo tbe following teuimoaielt t ' rwlV'..: ILlTrMV h.t Mr. eohutarehin. and held a Brmt turf... ?. .:. " , " ; 1 1 tm Bweiaiw. jieiaenn- suerad aa weU qaaiiAed I iaetraot ia any department of ede eamaat b.1 i. d .uaebbed for .k Ul m lineT JTm' JEOKOK B. PIKKCB, "WJgsJ ,ras.We.t.Ke..Cu12i Tar w Jraca Vi, w. . a. . 7- m.w 1 .IK, . "'i con cat fully witk tbe mtiments in tbe eertincata ef President PnL nf th niulifinin.. t T7. T r . "y depertmcBl f edaoatioB," and cheerfully Jd. that I bare keea a eoaetant patraa of hie eehool, taarht here aiaee ita organiaatloa, and that it is aarpeaeed by aone and equalled D lAw taTlthlTI Hi bMrnlarlaa -fU. " I't i-iuoirnrT na rrrmi)Bl aeil, su '. , - We oorJUlly ennror io tb JOF! M. COMBSL IQ ahnre netMamecdaUona, JOHN WA1MIX (u. JAetoO ALFRED WARNER." NEWOm.RASs, August 10. NEW DRUG STORE: Kit. K. ANPfntSOX, bai jo-t opentd and will keep cuaataaily oa band a tieneral AnucV Bftnt of Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils.. fmaerr, boapa, Bnfhee, and eeery other artiol bmuIIt kent ia a Dr Kaera. Tbeee ertu.1. , i . . j i . ealf witk groat ear, aewted by one of tb beat arerfiata in - 1 iu wmj arucie aoia or ium. to be GENUINE AND Fltbjii. J tie oeoapiee the (Md btaad of Gleia aad Mathews, aa Haia, atreet, opfnaiU the City Hotel. ai :i 1 Tt saat ice j 1 w W uaaemaaiiama 1J AO, 13-OdKVIJ f m J. IL & .T. A. McDANNOLD. ATTORNEYS. AT LAW. I1AAMBAL MO. ,aptd-3m) ' mm