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O CLKMt'.NS, KDIIOK AND I UBI.IMIKR. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3tTH, I&53, Tln Of TEX BAO.T JOtTRXAL. hldta, .. ft tix tnths. TXKXI OF ADVERTISING IN tilk) DAILY JOURNAL First Initrlion, Five Centt a Liu fetch Innrtieu afttrwardt, Two and i Half Oalt I tin. AdvtHhtmtntl will b ptihlithej from tlx to I win days tl T0 Ciit a Liu lor Otch iiiitrtien, n, eluding I ho Rr, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEVPF.ST.' BETTER THAN TUX BEST " h ear Jue for UooJi and JA Printing. WFTiNESDAY F.VKNINO, AUGUST 31. I.M. JtB VT ar nnltd to aanoaaoa U. . h THONG bai4m fur Citr Mauhai at tbt trpruacbiny N' mtw ttU.. (uAnd) ATTENTION tl Tht Mttion County Innpeitnci Sarirly will inrt iirttitlit to adjournment, on SiliniUv t lie Hd d.-y 01 (Wpt'mbtr, at 10 o'clock, a to discuss rti M.i.iif Liquor l.w. Tim fimixli tnd opnonentt of laid U, it requested to attend mid the diflareul tliviMoni aie rteuttttd to b reprettated by rirlef-iitet. T. II. 1AII.OW. Ies. Pttayre, Aurtut ft. ifl.Yt. (siigindJttttd) WILL rEOPLE WHO OWE US TV.aw call and pay up 1 n We need the money and have no time to collect it. J IUmember the Temiprnm'o Meeting at the Christion Church next Tuesday ni'ht. Remkmber, thai the question lelore the eitj at trie coming city election is "Shall the city by ordinance prohibit the sale ot Intoxicating liquors within the city limits?" IVetther Hie "Maine Liquor Lmv" nor any othet State prohibitory Uw it now before tho people. BJELIOIOUl NOTICE. The Christian Church will, (the Lord will ing,) commence meeting in their home in thi oity, next Wednesday, the 31st, nt 11 o'clock, a. m. Elder D. P. Henderson and other have premised to attend. President Williams, of Christian College, Co lumbia, will address the public on the subject or education during the meeting. - i ; 22 The tot ul value of property in Boston is $250,000,000. J3 Ten hours it the legal working day iu New York, acoording to a late act of the t.egi-lature. J3f"The Western Pioneer advises the public to beware of a certuiu Lilburn Renfro, a wagon maker by rede, who recently absconded Irotn Trenton, in this Stale, with hi sister-in-law for parts unknown, leaving a wife and three or four children, and a number of deb! unpaid. JlJ-TIio Charleston Custom House will b om posed of marble. The foundations are ncurly completed, at an expense of $200,000. 2jAn Apothecaries' Naiiotiul Convention w is lie it in ii sioii i;ii ween. Jj At the suggestion, and by tho udvice ot a number of the members, I hereby announce that the meeting of the " II iiiniU,.! Liquor Law Reform Association," which was to have taken place this night, at the Christian Church, will be postponed till the first Monday night in next month, when the meeting will be held accord ing t appointment in the Baptist Church. D. T. Monro. to Burlington, and a road from Burlington to Ktntss, if that he the initial point. Four fifth or more f the Burlington and Ktmtt road, my, 230 miles of it, would puts over Missouri toil and devclope Missouri wealth. The Hannibal .ni.l St, Joseph road, lying in almost an exact lino with the ctpil.ds of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, mid with Pittsburg and Philadelphia, all rapid y connecting by railroads, would, by a siight 'deloclion, form one of the main arteries of trade between lie Atlantic ritiet and the Pae lie. While our Pacific rood Weill take all the business and travel of the sou hern and mid dle Mates if the Union, and id nt least one half the Western Slates. Unci would be, after all, the Lioi.'s share to say no hing of the certainty that our unsurpassed water ivinniuntcalwn uorthwed, eastward an I tmt'hwird, would (jive us tbc majority of tho J'rtighlagt of tha whole Lmontoaiid trom the eastern U-rnur.u ol the r-d These three wou'.d, with tho Central route, he the distributing at well as the converging ra dii of the trado nnd travel between the Alluntie and tho P.idfio coasts. All of them commencing in .AIiouri,and ruuiung from two to three I uudred miles each over Missouri toil! Six liinnlrcd miles of international Highway across t tie Mute of Missouri: And the eastern termv ut of the Gr. nd Trunk Highway disemboguing on Missouri toil, near the western centre of the Slate! Shall St, Louis, through narrow selfishness, attempt to deprive the Mate at largo of thi magnificent deatinyy Let not the unworthy thought be vht-rikhed. Never never! An OaniNASCK to entorcc the improvement of eeriain siih walks in tho city. Be it 0iiiW, by the City Council of the city of Hannibal, as lollows, to wit : Skc. 1. That whereas the guttering and curb ing has been laid and set complete, the owners of the following property be hereby notified and required to lay the sidewalks on the tame, with the materials, brick, stone or plunk, in the man ner as may be directed by tho Street Commit iiner, within sixty days from the publication I thi ordin nice, to w it : T. lay the tidcwulki n lot 4, b!oek8, on North ttroet; lots 5 and j Har.ri!il and t. Joseph H.iiroid Ompi i, block S, on Second :vet ; lot 1 , in block 33, convened in this cil v on il.a LY h . il w i JJThe tvruRo number of visiter! to the Crystal Tulace daily is about 4,500. Car Raltrt . The liberul spirit muniiestcd by the New in an article copied in i.uother column, merits very warm commendation. The News, howev er, is mistaken upon one point, as the follow ini Sec. 1, of an act approved Feb., -4ih ISM. will show. Il is a part of a supplement to the charter : 1. It shall be lawful for tho tnid Hannibal and St. Joseph U.iilioud company, to extend, con struct, maintain and eperate their railroad to any point or point west of the boundary of tins State, an Ito eu'er iutocontract for that purpose TTo n Tn m. Lo us .es. Btaaibal and EL Joseph Railroti The Patint Bail' rssd lat Ctntral Rente, The Si. Joseph Gnette, speaking of the late meeting of the Directors of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Kailroan, says: Among other matters ot business transacted by the Directors, w.it the adoption of an amend ment to the charier, vestitut nuthori'y in the company to extend our road westward Irom St. Joseph, and w ith power to enlurg the capital or the company la tue amount nl rive million, as a basis of operations for that purpose. From the perseverance and energy manifested bv the friends of (ho Hannibal an I St. Joseph Rail road, from itt infancy to the present lime, we can note perceive the developments of a scheme worthy of its prop c'ors, an I that h. been here tofore the governing and cot rolling spirit of their actions, which is, o make ihe llniiu'a and St. Joseph Railroad ihf great n.tion .l high way to tho Pacific. Thus the c. r- tainty of having the first railroad built on a di- Centre street lot 5, in reet east and west course, between the AtlantieU'reet j lots 1 and S, in block 42, on Market j ' "rsir.- tnrepurttt imhi.-i.4 ib. u ttUVALS At YHX HIHSOS B0VIS, Cer tr Hal h1 CrHlr aira, WM. SHOOT, Troprittor. Kpt Cth and S9th, 1853. A. Vmcriit, Lahnp, lll. I'ttar Faoker, Monma count t J, R. Hrrii.KHvill; Mitt M. R. Jones, Itlinoiti T. F. Hulibtrd, Ptrit, Mo I OtNin Moore, Mtvsvillo, Ky.i E. S Darlington, Chlllicoltt, Mo.t S. B Dtnmtn, Muntsvillo, It. Austin, rtnt J. H KMIey. Ft'tt Co. Hiith Wethers, M roe T. A. Amlrr-on, M. l.ouit. J. K. Fiorenco, Ktllt county. M'T A. Flortne, do. 8 M. t.spslstr. Mtdisanville, Mo. J.C. Mdier,ty. C. M)'s, rttdi county IfuKli Welhert, Ktfit county; Wm. Hymen, Ptnt. F. dwtrd Sin J tit, Ptrit. I. eon Sanders, " Dtvid Sandrrt, " A. E Hsyiitt, Recton. Vt. f. W. Nlton, Lwiisiana. Tbooits Kellea, Ktllt eoautyi tVat. H'ltey. Stlimi J.T. M II., t-aK-ta, Ry. R. I. McCitm,i faaUj. Ptrit, Ma. It. Blli. PalKfrai Bobort Kllia.d, .. M Loee.Kaakua. W. T Yorders, do Mils Voidert.de W. P. Wethm, Texttj Kiclnird 5miil, countr. J rry Vtrdtwtn, Halls county; J. Dort'ht, Inwt. N. P. Uood, Biny, I I. G.ttT Vrra Ritaoo. We learn th-.t the track of the Great Western Road it com pleted to a distance of about eight miles east ot Sprirfield. The bridge across the Sangamon it finished to at to admit the passage of con struction traint. The work appear to be pro gressing with great rapidity ami energy, u nler the tupcriudence of Mr. Carter. Spnnglieli Remitter. TO on North street : lot 4 and 3. in block K or. Hill street; lit 4 and 5, in hick '22. on 1M! an I Eifih str ets; lots 1 and S, in block 21, n II. M street, and lots 1, 'J, 3 and 4, in block 21, niB PROPERTY HOLDERS OF 11A.NMUAL. At a jriretipg of the Board of Directers of the. as R . t.1. Th.l (U tngii ta C it-r, a ti ininn t i-r.tt c-frr.i km b a nw lunn . I ito It t tod l is brh lDtruoira k. esu-o a iv.l si.a o i .saititi' o( tho lr tl.rUta. CaiiM url, sua aix .. uibtr rou ltt Ib niK'ti'CI v dnn.il sdM a air I' c on r inrill street j lots 1 and S, in Mock 2J, n.t.. tai.ts-ilol tU l. troiloaiy, at.d it- ;r.w ut tl ft .-. K,r,.,. ,,,,1 ,. lnl ii liliw-t , M i a.tvor.iMuuv., iit..ia rnu iu .1.1.1 ri(.t,a.lt Ul I uni ..in linnlt OH r,,.,tv, u,,- w.t ,r..rn- v.iuo i il.v in.vr..t.t t-a roiirtli sin i t j lot S, block '2'2, on ritlh street ; 1 Rd. thai he bat-orU4.ri to sc.aiui n.i. l I ..ii I S. I.l.-k SI. ! Ilir.l lr..l ;l Mint tho r.tfftt n f f.ssal K-w fB WbuuU u t.. ., , . , . i .. .1 , i . i ' i i 'rt .uiw,and also t smu r..iiii'. l..:n li. and 4, tn til K k -J,on I ourth t'reet ; lot 4 and ! a-ud. th.r.M.. wi.st Ma mu. .r, i. - ,), in t l.H'k M, on li.rd street ; lott 1 and S .''' buid taut f ib. .. -i,i oI.hk JU, on Centre stre I a "l l.l.u.t.- 17 ' tlr, md ifa a.olhi'r iUpss iaor .jicsailalhor; j i .. . .,., . ' ' ' sfb 'h a,t . f land a. b l. 0-,-u, ...v.'r . tl hl.VIC 2 on Centre ' f r tb w- a itx Ci4ai f ib i.omr.v buii.i. c . u ; A despatch, dated Natchez, the 20th inU, aay : " Tlie yellow fever haa existed in thia city for several day, having, it it tup posed, been brought here from New Orleant. Up to the pretent writing, upwardt of two hundred death have taken place. The excite Stent i very great. Many person have left the eity, and ether are leaving. A large build ing haa been provided, which i to be used at a hospital for the indigent tick." fIn New Orleant another Orphan Aty- lun, capable o! accommodating two hundred and the Paciho, to the western boundary f street; lots 1 an I S, bl.vk 2! Missouri, is now fully demonstrated, besides street; lots 4 and 5. in block 2S placing our road free from all those, constitu tional objections that may be applied w ith great force against other localities," It lake, we believe, rgistalin action, in ad dition to that of the Directory, to teenre the privilege! named by the Unsutte. The M. Louis f a Ail All ivtwart AoitFarvwl nm unmiiililM. bph I .lr an.kDif la. on larei . ..!... it. o...iuh ,k ..u. .j iu street; lots 4 and m block 2S, on Market ! aibti, ard twnnt Und f Jfp.a. si a .-U t buidiff. i. street; lots 4 and 5. in block 23. on Miriel ; w.' taa t m wt;j, n ii a . as, ir.i. i.. ....- ,. r. :. : r.-.i.. -.a r l i ... .v. it .. Market street; Ids 4 and 5, in block 16, on Market i I'rcpotitiant Tor the sale or land to tlie llaii s:rcet ; lot S hWk17, on M rket strret ; hdS.'nibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company, lor a blink 12, hn M-rket aireet. nnd lott t, 7 and g.iaale for Depot, &c, in the city of Hannibal, in in block 12, on Third ttrect ; nnd if the r i t : accordance with the above resolution, are invited .... . .... . las .-a .. -1 . :tl L. . 1 owners of said ot tail to lav l ie said tudewa At "n na propeny noi.iers, ana win oe received road to the west and oiuhwest have ulrei.lj I w i: io h x'y iley H'.res; id, it shall be the''1 the office ( the undersigned, on c before llit 1 obtained the privihgrt spoken of, un I ..re Jl ,lu v ol the Si en Coiuu.iM.iu.r e i.i.e,l nd,firt Monday in September next. course not among the nul that the Gairdte.havo .he s.id si.Uwa'ks m,r;ive I -c-i jn g to The quantity of ground necery for the s Ihink will be belimdlnind in adcantagps. i)f provisions of oi-.tinmc- No. (2S) in the relet the company (or the terminus, will he not lest No one can rej nee more sincerely than our-! vised ordinances of IS5J, ui I proceed to collect I than five acre; on or near ihe river, and ten ad Ives at the bright prospect that toino out on iU cost of uch improvement from the owner d:.ionl acre, lying in a body on or near th of said lot, at tho taid ordinance (No. 2S) af . a dulance nol exceeding two miles mhantsUa been etUbliahad for the) biWre k-B aawn. to tlur over, or to underrate the . , tM. ... , .1- . , 1 , - oiuiiatNswi, ctiiaeai, ai in aaeice ot I tact. Un tlie contrary, we nun i lie lac", i.s the Council, are burning tar in their yard and on the afreets. JJ" The emigration from Ireland to America in the last tix yeart hat been 1,250,000. WtacatU, tat KoaltiaaT Sixth uncontrollable burtta of laughter and tuoh thundering applaute seldom before last night etme within our obtervation. The imita tions ot odd, comical character had an air of auoh perfect naturalne, that it wat evident they were daguerreotypea from nature, and yet they were ludicrou in the extreme. We heard a young man declare that he would not attend four nights in succestion for forty dollars. He had laughed until it wat beyond hit power to Uugh any longer, and he knew that four tuch spells of Lughter would place him enlircly beyond medical aid ! A Mrs. Boardman, of Akron, a lady of gtrat personal attraction, lately eloped from her huvbaad, leaving two children behind her. The name of her lover i unknown. She it only 19 yeart of tge. selves i Hannibal and St. Joseph, in view of the rapid proeres of their railroad. It would be impos- directs. sible to conceal the fact, if w desired it, that Sic. 2. The publication of this ordinance the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad occupietUhall t, auflfcierV noue to the owners of the a favorable and even a commanding positioning aU.resat.l, t r 'lie purposes herein men the great railroad tystein ihat is destined to noned, ny other ordinance to the contrary not make a complete network over the whole' withstanding. Union, and unite the Atlantic and the Pacific; Si c. 3. This ordinance shall be in force from Oceans. But we have no desire to conceal, to and n.tcr its tuh!ioii n. Approved, An'1 :';l. ISO.?. HUDSON M ARTIN, May or pro em. pleasing one, and ve herald it as a proud cue As a Missourian we would be beneath cur c tate if we could cherish jealousy or enmi y to risTlr. Pirti. V nr now niinv tnr ward any portion of the unreal Uomain that, nn-n.,, . .,. from il,e Ln'imiti der the name of " Missouri," is linked to u by Manufactory. Anv one can see at a eUnc.. tie of interest, patriotism and bl.Kd. A mean ,(i,t j( j, article and need no recommen would it be for one brother to strive to thrust d.dion. This ii,nu!torv has Un recently out from the paternal roof his younger and len- established bv M.-ssr. (i'avrx, Batco & Cn derer brothers and siater. as f.-r St. Louis to ...,t u r.,n.i l.n.inpv A !.... attempt or desire to keep dmvu the claim or ihmon o: thi kind are mn.-h needed in the the consideration of Hannibal, or St. Joseph, or Wes'.nnl will nod m'u be u-t..inel. The Ben Kantas, or of any other town within the bounds i.lv,rt M lis turnout mini iv.ner welln,l ..ill of the State. Are we not all on an equal lotd- kerp ltit r, pU;itti.m at imr. Qtiiney Wl i. inir, and entitled to what (,od and Nature and , c .i . . ' - .., 1.. i.vitiiriin..ii M inrmi iiia trnh tf thm rt and Labor do justly giveuy j " " We are rejoiced to hear of the crosneritv of above. the tiaiinib.il andM. Joseph H ntroud from the river. Propositions should be tetled, and endorv "Pronosal for tale of rround for Depot," avi 'cor.'aintn accurate description of the ground, i t jootuny, quunuiy, oi.c, wnn rciercuco aiaus le a put or the city. JAMES M.BUCKLIN. ChL Engr. H. 8i St. J. R. R. Hannibal, July 29th, 1S53. d&wtd. j Ci'y ppert copy, and tend bill to Railroad j Offiae. la DteJt. Msjw Baektta itqnMtt as to Mat that pro. p-ukt tiom leopetHy k-ddVrt wt.l bt ecotlnd f any snooost, froa It aont dowa. F.et aortt was aaaed tat auK-ool ot laai lUl wimld bt rtqairsd tor a dsfsrt.aaa' it Mf : ty ot asks a dioVrotot itb Mj Buoklla or tH Baud of Drtcxors, nhoiher (enpositkM toe th tsdoot tat e ct ec rroa m awa oraom rst7or . (s-ttblna Im. Tbt obyr it to ttotrttte br tad at i r'ai kg ncsigb fut a SVpol oaa bt tbtalatd. A bJ r, 1 1 perseat saibt cwbiBt to atakt p the ansnt toquirtd; n , ih mj teparatety, or any oat that tlteimt, asay ad it . prtfotldoM to tsll UatoSaittly ttttll aawmt. We arc Mf. It. W. Hill, a planter of Louisiana, ........ i f ;,. r... r .....l .... , .. ajT i... n..-,i L.l .v.. ...l k . i. I i. has au -.honied Ihe Howard Association to draw .licit ftitHltl Villi tv pvutJ.Q iv t ir,-it-i UY 11, f J-lltjt I, ,1 throughout its entire length, and at ei her termi- '""V ' v A , """ nus.Tre themselves Missourians, who love the ot tho aiNew Orleans, State, and labor lor it common good. j v, TU ,0kJCC) crop m Kentucky thi. sea W e are . ure thaUhe grettet. boon Missouri ,0, we learn frton our rxchana in that could ask, would be that the Railroad to the State, will be. Wt an entire failure. Pacific should commence on her western border. Then would every branch from that eastern' An Irishman being a.ked. on a trial, for a terminus to any and all parts of the Union, radiate certificate of hit marriage, bared his head, and through Missouri Territory. t exhibited a huge scar, which looked a though - . .1.-4 K7 V 1- -I 11 I....I 1 , 1. . 1 k. J. . , uram mat orn torn snouiu uuiia ner roau it migut nave oceu mauo who a nre snovea.. INTERESTING NEW BOOKS! Olnvereoolt, by Alice Caroy ; fretn Laves iraai wotlera woojs, oy mis runs (ittntfiom FabloLand; 'ty to do Good, by Abbott ; Comer Stone, by C. B, Taylor Qoret Bonuett. by Mrs. Tuthdlj For ta!o tt tbt Nt w Book Sioioby jjHw;l D. k. CARMAN. PmARDHifTta, aa tvrtW far W Md ssod aiprato, mi at tb D Sj-.. A J.i 9.lStdAte R- S. ASDbR30r - - DR. B. II. WASHINGTON. IS Aftt for tb PknaotogieU, WaUiCues, and ail bw twblicaiioaa of Mt. IWUn Wodo, aa4 -..-i.as lhU m. nan if thaW SBPttwkti Mk fcCCslWWlW uKn. r4oriapaU)yiMitt4. (eyltt-) I ! 1