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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 10 October 1850

O Fp (HI T TJ""p a " WW JJ 19 .JOLUMB 1. WESTERN UNION. rrics on aisn street, bktwrkm first and maim TERMS OP TIIR WESTERN UNION. One suhscrihe-r, mm year, (in advance,) - ' t ive suhsci alters, In a cuio, ( in advance,; Ten subscnliers in a club, (in advance,) with one to the getter up of Hip club, 15 Ml KATES OK ADVERTISING. The following are tlie rates of Adveitising in Hie Hannibal papers: AoVKnTisisu. One square, of 12 lines or les, one insertion, one ilnllai each suhscquetil inseition 2."i eents. t.'artls not exrceiling six line", per year, $.". Oiipiu ire per year, without alteration, $IH;nne fourth ot a column, il.t; half a cnliiinii, a wliolu col umn $;io. All notice, except marriages uu.i ilcallH, will be charged as ailvcitir-cmciit. Attached in tlie Wkstkrsi I'mon" oifice is an ex cellent HtlOK AM .1' H oKKlCK, where all .Inh, Honk, Pamphlet, t'nul, mul ntber Print ins, is executed with i iv.liir.. anil li-;.ilii.on latotahle teiuis, From Arthur's Home (laftlc, The Nation...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 10 October 1850

WEST!' UN UNJON-HANMliAL, MO., OCTOI1I.U 10, J 850. WESTERN UNION. on ami rpni. tiMii.it IIANMBAtn TUl'USUAV, orrui KR ll. IS'.o. : J- Enxi&ra "cu. Tlio National road, thruiigh this place, i now thronged will) emigrant facing to.vardt the setting tun, in search of home and huppi hs. Hundred have pasted (luting lust three week, ntul "Ilia try i tlill they come." They iisu ill kind l' trai.vpnrlnl'uii, from tliunk'. mny up to n six iri) I'ciinsylvahia wsgnn, which, when fullyycpiippcd, i liUu n moving town. Tha majority of the umiirrihl arii hound tor Iowa omr lor lllilioir, fSnrtli er ii Iniliutiii, Wiicon tin, Miir nn'n, and Mis souri. They look, generally, liko pckcel'ul, htallhy, nlilo bodied persons. We ro lilt'.e ur no dninkehnc. or ill-beliavinr ainnng litem, nnd they Mill, no iluiilit ir.sk excellent citizen. Iniliaiinpuli Journal, Sept. -Ith. Wo art ploaedlo notice lbs nbnvo attniiti- i oiution. Wo olticrvo aIho, tlmt considerable i Agonti for tbo Weatsrn Union. Win. N. P...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 10 October 1850

vks'it.i;n uxioN-itANNii'.Ar-, mo., ()("i'oi;i:ij 10 ... I'dllll ill.' , i Telegraphic C;gp?.K:li;9. i:v V(m:i, Oct. 7, r, M. ! Tho (ii'(ii'i.i in i ,, i !,;,,!,! i:,,. .1 ,1 1 1 1 . r Cahloriua iii.i'I .. In 1 l .M.,,.,i',. n ...... Ill i l- il I V li'olil CJIlil'-Tes ... H UM 11 1 .S!io h;v, 117 pas-tir-crs mul . . V 1 . f-"0t),0l' ill r l liaviin.i on tin: 'J I in-I.i l'l'eviil-i In that rilv.Tlu; I w. il 1 1 v i' mi ! i i .'l wiili ". i .i Irom imiii. I he linlitn Were I LI I (1 IMC V il ' ..' ill V il III I il I llllll II la- siVIeil on the '.'.II nit. .Much m liquation win exciled hy the iiiejraeiom ninuer In which tle-ir nriiH were ieitiircl of them. A l:l ro ilVioi tio:i of in :lct in cmsc. tiielicc, were returned to the nrnriry unlit lor use, having heen dipped in .:ilt water mid injuied I v vaiioui other liieam. The eockniles, which once Hih'ilicil tho i.'ilizeii soldiers, wers .Tppen.lel to t!n: trail of io!in, oiln.rwiic eoiilenijiiiioiislv treat ed. Il ii said that upwa...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 10 October 1850

WESTERN UNION-IIANNIDAL, MO., OCTOHEU 3, 1850. The tliammolh- Star Clothing limitorinm t Creat Inducements tor the Spring and Summer Trade unnrectdcnlcd success ot L. BLOCKS' One Price. Clothing Store I on Main ttretl, Hannibal. MOTTO "Determined to tell twenty per tent lover than cm other hovsel I" T HAVE jnsl returned liotn the Cily of New York, A 1 1 . i. I,i,,t. ta-nnl.l lia . . n n 129,919 bushel, after tlvduuting 1 1,813 bu.helsj for extra iced that would linve teen m:uessnry( In one Retiorittion, at the mine ralo per annum, it Would amount 1 1 $4,81.r,.l!)(J 14, valuing the rye i t (it) els. per bushel, ('hem and cockle I conceive t, be nearly or quite valueless; io tliut it appnrs th.it oi:r labor in heat and rye grow ing ia in one (ji'iiiTutt.ni lata productive than il would b under proper management by 332.057 To iliow lliat we vale n ciniitlt'ralle por tion of wh it we di realize from lubur, the fl low inn ',menta will iifliec. The ciiiiimon mode, and till lately I believ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 7 November 1850

)J FTP P W)P HD T tea VOLUME 1. WESTERN UNION. OKflCS ON UIRD ITRKGT, HKTVVnCN KIKJT AND MAIN. TERM OF Till WK.StT.UN UNION. Due jubsciihcr, one year, (in advance,) M 111 Kive subscribers, in a club, (in advance,) e(l Ten subscribers in a club, (in advance',) with one (o (lie getter up of the club, 13 00 RATES OK ADVERTISING. Thi! folloivinR ar! the rates of Advertising in the IiiiiiilU.il paper: AnvKBTisixii. One ?qu:.ro, of 12 lines or less, one insertion, one ilollai ; ecch snbseiptent ii.sPtlion 25 rents. Catds not exceeding ix lines, per year. $.". Onesipiare per year, wit bout alteration. ill'; one fourth ol column, $15; half a column, .'Sill; a whole ccl uDin All notices, except marriage ami deaths, will be chanted as adveit jement. Attached to the Wr.8Ti:ntf l!Nins" ofiice is an ex cellent BOOK AND J')ll OFKIL'X, tthcic all Job, Hook, Pamphlet, Caul, and other I'linling, is executed with neatness and di;:uitch, on lavotnlile terms. ORIGINAL POETRY. f-Trl.ooking over some pap...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 7 November 1850

4 f ,1 RD1TOR AND Pl.ni.lHllf.R il7 HANNIBAL, THURSDAY, NOYF.MBKR 7, 18J0 Agents for tho Western Union T"" m' Vf T,nn. of Verts, Mo. H. II. Buchanan anil John A.lj'iarles, cl Horiila. ,.u...n ... ftiiuiniisoil, ni I'uinivra. Wm.O. Yeunc, or ,New London. J. L. Cantetbiiry, nf Mexico. Mr. Blakey, of '('linton. Ceorge lioiirne, of barty, . The above hamud gentlemen are anllim i.ed o eiv. receipts lor money tw Western t'nion Oflice Postmasters are requested to allow ns to aill tlictn to the list. Traveling Agent" . Mr. I.KANflKN CiKkKM is our authorized ttavelin Rent, to reecisc ami receipt fur suliu ti,ioii, to the HSKTKRM li.MON." ocllO City Officers Elected .or-VM. I'. HAHKlsoN. Itecordcr-l. L. Holt. Jaritiul Jostr-u IJl tii Nrj. Couiuilmen, 1st Wnrd- Cr.o. W. CArusGiu r,J Fha.scu 1)., vis. Council men, 21 HW-N, P. Kc.SKit, J. D. ! JJowuNc. and J. IIais. vouftcrfiftrn, .;, nurd-K. M. Mnivrir, II Maiiti, and II. W. ILLINOIS ELECTION. From a telegraphic despntcb, received in this city ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 7 November 1850

WESTERN UNION HANNIBAL, MO., NOVEMBER 7, 18.50. Hon. Jas. S. Groon. An il!r wn delivered last nigM, by Hon Jis. S. Green, of w hich we shnll endeavor to give a report next week. lie Mtriliutcitlie tie feat of our Hailroir, till to the defeat uf the tar iff, and the iilwtice, nt the time of voting, of about fifty members oinc of whom were pledg ed to vote in iti favor. No argument for the roi l lie thought wai needed licrc, because if the pcnple knew their own interests, tlu-y were already anxious to have the rond. The coming session may bu too short, nnd the rule of order may interfere, tr prevent our gdtins a donation; but he thought it certain that at some day the grant would bo made. There was u provision in Mr. Atchison's lill, as well ns in lib own, that w here lands were already taken tip, land any wheie -within 3J mile might ba selected in lieu of it. He thought that profits orisinp; frnm sulcs 1 1 landa donated, the; which after building the road, might be considered a f.iir...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 7 November 1850

WESTERN UNION HANIBAL, MO., NOVEMBER 7, 1850." THE FARMER. Atf E38AY On tho Cultivation of Wheat for wblcb a Premium of Ton Dollars was warded by the last Michigan State Talr. lu rieviiig the leal twenty Venn ir. Waate toaw oounty ami the Stat of Michigan in re gard to (ha culture of wheat, we are astonished to tee the difference tltat appearoj fruin year to tear in the at j pie product of our ooutitry. When tlie western nionecri first arrived in the naiw State uf Micliie-an. it waa but little tiou- ble to cultivate end realize a good crop of . wheat, and in pellicular (lie Ural clop on now Und. I have nullivated wheat lor three aua- otfasiva ron or. new ground, nnd the l.st orop would be at (food as Ilia fir. I with the excep tion of there being a liltM inure cheaa. Now, a to the lend which pas boen in tillage for the last twenty years, farmers have received but lille enouurogamcnt the laet year in their cropa of wheat; end Hint will probably be (he caa for munv veara tJ came, if w...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 14 November 1850

it J im pot f. - 'Is fed kssswKdi tesssS tea watf i YOLUMU I. CITY OF IIANMDAL, MO., NOVEAI 14. 1850. W i !'. K N U N !OjN 'tue I't'Tt, that ln. was uwiut of n -.'live, or ery ill,-ul iniprNoiii..u,ftt, but no hnprimn- J ' 'i-' ihe'-luimn-i Vbts." I'm.iv-i: v v .'..! in ('..i.tt. Tin: 'i;r.-.n held to labor, mid what "..'is tho mi-fit t i!li-al hin I hi- iito-... U 11 uoti-' f' v Co ireii n l th.r ...'i ..iiri.iiiKiit ,l 'f.mi lot! I. mm.' ni-i; . f '.!...:. . Gn;lfy3:.'2iy of ;;:8r.cr.' An inters.-tin p.ipcr tr.igiit li-t wiV.fn - i j , , , , - & " S . I I 5 1 r TO M S Btf 3 ITS 1 h-,, h, U I H III y r onrcson ."U) sr.;i.;;r, v.rvse- nuf asd mai.v. , , .., ,.v. ,.. fliCcoh.-M. iii'r . ...-;... t.,.-,.,,, MJ .vr,.M.-..T,r, , fl . , . ,.,,,.. . I. ,,;,.,:,,(. j,, !), Hr.ni'j.l j'-'. " '' ' "' ' ' DV,:r.T-j 1 "i- ;n.n.r ff 1? -,, u;ifttK''i. '.i1 i , i-.ir'i si !)i-n-iMit i-i .iii.ci 0 .!.'. C... Oni: P-V'"l. ,i' ' ' v, ot n c,,'irin, "1 , . ; b.l. I i. , p 'l vi -r. vj ft r ' .'-...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 14 November 1850

WESTERN UNION -HANNIBAL, MO., NOVEMBER 14, 1850. WESTERN UNION. t. OLMtttNf, BMTOft ANO fVIMfllKI HANNIBAL, THURSDAY, KOVF.MBER 14, 1 WO Agenta for the) Waatarn Union. Wm. N. Pens ana' W. B. Twyman, f Parle, Mo. R. H. Buehaneu end John A. Queries, of Florinai Tboeias R. Thompson, el Palmyra. Yfm. O. Young, of New London. J. L. Cantetbury.of Mexico; Mr. Blekev, of Clinton; Ceorg Bourne, of Berry, III. The above nttasxl gentlemen are authorised to fiv receioti for monor due the " Western Union " Ofhce Postmaster are requested to allow us to add them 10 the ut. Tamporanca Notice. Themis L. Andrtion Ea,'rwill give a Lecture on the eubject of Temperance at the Methodist Episcopal Church this evening at 7 o'clock. Nov. 14, SO. A Card. The I.aJlr of the congregation of the Second Prei hyterian Church, will eel a nipper, next Thnrtday evening. Nov. 2lt, in the large and commodious Hall in the Warehouse of T. R. tSelmes, Esq. At tlic pro ceed! are to be devoted exclusively to the completion ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 14 November 1850

V f Election News. Taken from the St. Louis papers. Qiiiney, November v. Browning li debated for Congress by a majority ol from three linn dred to five hundred. Adams county elect the whole whig ticket, except Coroner. Singleton, (whig) is ilccted Representative from Pike and Brown, (food, (whig,) elected Senator from Tike end Adaina. Hancock county give Campbell (locofoco) 150 majority for Congress, over Sweet, And elects Locofoco Senator and Representative. Sohuyler electa a whig Repreichtulive. Pike electa two whig Reprcaentativta. Atw York, November 9. The election for Governor atill remaitia extremely doubtful. The Herald give Hunt 1,097, end the Tribune givea him 1.301 majority. WUcomin Du'rkee, Freeaoiler, elected to Congreaa, from Milwaukee diatriut, by a large majority. In the Northern District, Duty, free aoil democrat, ia elected by a large majority. Km in Hie Scientific American. Gold and Silver Glass. A new method of imuHil'aetiiiiiijr glass his lately been discovered, ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 14 November 1850

' THE FARMER. WESTERN.- UNION -1 1 ANN I HAL, jUO., NO VEAUiKR lj L1850. , contain. t.y i'..r'o,r i.t.iir..i !.,:. ; rum UZ'X' .MATiOltkl GEOAP!!',! Vf.'J and Winter .'Dry Goods. I j7W, ul H, heal, el,. I i In lei! , M Itli lull' Ii U(r. I liu ,, 1 n-1 think .lie lnTi.il ul m i. thercl or AK 3DciS?AY ... t... .si...,. ... u.. ,;... .....1....I On the" CuitiVlitioU of T7he6-aried .villi a eiiiliuient !et,cc, ni.d cvtry ll'l"p ',r'.1"'fy,,1 ,rn 1 n ihipmt Ui-U ,. r,.V.,,, ..s..t.i r I I. ..I.'.'..-..., I... r...l. II... .1 1 jet 3 l-ll. .1.11. VUIUU Wk W.VV,...l, V A V'.fc afc w ..LV.? W Wl I lie HI I lit fl C i'V till I. f l tl V ') C lit 1 1 f II V a I " - .- "."Amx&'iA toy tuoliut Michigan tala; litre hiirve.tiii;; tho cron, I round ilut the c!.e U. !. VKKXAN, v r. Fair. Coixlnrfiii. had crnvii ui, hloii;rid of ii,e l.hjce where (hu AttOmPV ft LP-',7, and fieilOral c-. ru w.n tl-.ouktj, a, 1 could i. lit n;ul o t.3 to I larvix .ur..NTf T'uat ill eeed, ol Urn fiinul are tl.o un'...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 21 November 1850

VOLUME 1. OrTICE ON BIRD STSEF.T, MKTWaf.N FIRST AND MAIN TF.tlMS OF TIIE WESTERN UNION. One subscriber, one year, (in advance,) $2 00 Five subscribers, in a club, (in advance,) 8 00 Ten subscribers in a club, (in advance,) with one to the getter up of the club, 13 00 IIATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are the ratca of Advertising in the Hannibal papers: Advrrtisinii. One square, of 12 lines or less, one insertion, one drill! i each subsequent insertion 2A cents. Cards not exceeding six line, per year, $.". One square per year, without alteration, $IOj one fourth ot a column, $13) half a column, $A);a whole col limn $30. Alt notices, except marriages and deaths, will be charged as advertisements. Attached to the ' W kstlrn I'nion" omce is an ex- ecllent BOOK AM) JOB OFMCK, where all Jon,' Book, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printing, is executed with ncatiiej and dispatch, on lavorabl lerms. g5jJ?'. U ... .. . i For the Western Union. Liners Sugguttd after reading a notice of a late m...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 21 November 1850

11 i . WESTERN UNION. O. UIAVKNH, editor amo rim isiii:r HANMBA VTllCIiSDAY, NOVKMDKR 21, IK50 Agenti for the Western Ualon. Vim. N. Perm and W. 1. Twvman. of Pari", Mo. II. H. Hnehaimn and John A.ljiiirlc, of Flotilla. Thomas .. Thompson, ol I'tlmvia. Wm.O. Young, of New London. i. L. Canterbury, of Mexico. Mr. Wakey, of Clinton. Ceorge llourne, of Barry, III. The above named gentlemen are auHinritrtl lo iiy. ttt etnti lor money dua tha ' Western Union " Ollice. Postmaster an requested lo allow u lo ad'l lliein lo tha list. Lame' Surrtii Change of Voce. The Ladiea of the 2d Preibyterian Church will give their contemplated Entertainment ut their Church, onNoconnt of the utifiniihed condition meaaurcd terms, the vile chemea of tectiontl of Mr. Selmea' building. In addition to ttia agitatur at the South, had tomclhing higher in Supper, there will be table of Fancy Article view, than an attack upon an individual they prepared by the I.odic for talc. They request had been ltd to believe...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 21 November 1850

The communication of" An Anti," eatno 'n too late for insertion in tliii week's pnper. lion Killing. Wc Icnrn'Mo'srs. W. II. & J. W. Thompson nrc actively cngngcil in making preparations for slaughtering hojts ns soon as the wenther will permit. Their facilities for slaughtering will he much better than heretofore j nml ull the hog that may ho oll'ereJ will he purdiii-ierl. They nre now ready to make contractu for hog-, receivable ns soon ns the weather is Ruitahlc for killings. We have not learned what they nre coat ranting at, hut nre ns (tired that their price will be nt lean as high m at nny .sliughtcrin establishment in this scation. Palmyra Whig. - Hons liii-.nt I'mci.-Jhc prevailing I vcrv dry tight barrel, nnd cover the hot raid this srnson for good lmg, for packing torn with dry pebble. These will attract appear lo bo $3 H) per Kill lbs. not, nt , tl,c damp of the apples. Then put in the which rate the prices for the product of the JVuil ; head up the tho barrel j and p...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 21 November 1850

WESTERN UNION -HANNIBAL, MO., NOVEMBER. 21, 1850. s t'mm Iht' Dollar Nearspapar." Sweot Fotatooa. ' Having been fur lomi limt an lnterita rea der of tba agrfeulturnl department of tlia "Dol lar Newspaper," 1 have thought that it may hut b utiproliublo to offer, through jour column. iom eugaesliuns, tnuether with litlla preoti- el experience! relative to the culture of tlx weet potato in' comparatively Northern lati ludea. All mev not deem it a matter of audi importance, or think the vegetable 10 great i luxury aa mvtclf. butthota who do, will con eider themselves more than compentated lor the care and attention necestary (or their protection. Sweet potatoes can be grown in perfection ai far north at latitude 42 degree, and probably farther, by carefully niinuiiift the following di- reotiom : Una of the moat difficult pirta of. tho procets it preserving the teed through thu winter. It will not do to put them in a cellar that never freeze, for the dampness of a common collar In a fata...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 November 1850

wo TERM Bt3 vt)j ;u ; 31 a )' ' rd 7 J c ra c VOLUME 1. WESTERN UNION. erricK ok iird itdext, axTwae first and maim. . TERMS OF THE WESTKRN UNION. On, subscriber, one year, (in advance,) $2 00 Five subscribers, in a chili, (in advance,) 8 00 Ten subscribers in club. (In advance.) Willi one to the setter up of the club. 19 00 RATE9 OK ADVERTISING. The following are the -rate of Advertising in the Hannibal papersi Advkrtisinu. One square, of 12 linra or lei, ore insertion, one dollii I each subsequent insertion 25. - . i j. . I . -: .. I ; ir, .. Oiie.quarper.vear,wilho.il alteration, $IO,oe fourth oi a column, $l5j half a column, $.'Oja whole col umn Ji. . All notices, except marriages and deaths, will be charged as advertisements. Attached to the " WKs-rra tTNiot" office is an ex cellent BOOK AN f) JuH OFFICE, where all Job, Book, Pamphlet, Card, and other Prim ins, is executed with neatness and di;ratch, on favorable terms. ORIGINAL POETRY. Written for the Western Union. Patrick He...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 November 1850

WESTERN UNION -HANNIBAL, MO., NOVEMBER 28, 1850. WESTERN UNION. O. VLIUIM, IOITOB AND rOBUIIICI HAlftllSAL, THVISOAT, KOTEMBER M, ISM i fee- the Wetrtera Union. Wsa. N. PMa ee4 W. 1. Twvtaan. af Pari. Me. IL H. taelraeaB and loan A. Qua-lee, af Florida. The as R. Tbeantoa,t Ptlnjtn. Wes.O. Yaamg,of Hew Lenaon. J. I CMMttkarr, af Mexiee. , Mr. Blakey, af Cllatee. delta Beurae, as? Berry, 111. ' " Tae above aettee mlkwii are aathorlstsl tetlv . receipts lor mmjt ewe tat Western Union " OAee. Posttaettere are requested to allow u to eM than to the list. boos. Since our last the buy en have all freely entered the market at $3 75 to $3 00 divi ding on SOOfct at which iigurei contidera bl aales have been made and In lome cases mull premiums above these price, have been aid for extra lot. The warm and unsettled itale of the weather hat lerved to put a itod to slaughtering. Several lots lie now in the pens waiting for the knife In all probability, the number cut here this season will fall s...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 November 1850

for employment thnt will ntfiirifl tliem living. Their lengthened viitL'es, blood s' cheeks and emaciated forms, tell titles ol woe. disanDointmnt anrl ilUtrr. ivliinh tneir has mast In to exnrn.. They nv too, that there is not over one man in ten who make over half an ounne per day, nnd full one half of them do not make more than their boarding. Tr those in business, men have offered the i.selves for $5 a day, stout, able bodied mm, but were refused; some places men offered to work awhile for their boarding, which was about $3 a day all over the mines, and were ac tual! put off at that. There they are, with out money, without work, and with noth ing to eat. Is it to be wonderod at thnt dis tress should prevail to such an extent? w ages in urejon are nearly as good as they are in California. Miscellaneous la bor will command from $4 to JJ5 per day with boarding, and mechanics pet from $10 to $12 and find themselves. The retail market is almost equal to thnt of San Fran cisco. There ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 November 1850

insurance. MOFFETT. HAWES. & CO., A GEM'S of the t Ol.tlMDUS lSMJItAlft'D I OHPAft V, Columbi a, Ohio, ire prepared to take Fir nd Marine riskt upon the most ravorable term in this well known and popular office. lianuioai, sept, aom, ioju-ii. . Latest Style of Fall Batl, ft And o.th. best Smtt by pnj "AWKINR. (is friend, and the chased a selected .roet.v .., Piano Forte and Music Store. No. 109,4th 8t. l.ouis, Mo., . tti door north of Olive.l Imperttr anil dt-aler In Musical lrr.tramt-atf. Mini Mlr, Mtl.lritt Mirrrtandlse of i-erjr pi rtpttnn, and publisher of Maste. Keeps cow- initliy nn hand every a rue la in DM Him, wnoiv. rfir-y. alp and retail," Hie Bert quality, 811 at the Inwatt rate.-" I'rof. ..nr., Hcniinailn.anili.'uuair Baada, sutilie1 al ibaat' ual dim-. mat.. .... , - H.riV. II. I am ante agent In Misiotirl for A. Nluilnrt lit l.liidr-itini. hRon i Hnpcfl old stand on Main Poods now on hand fl varied stork, and nduecments to pur-city. lonely of fanrv and Hals, Caps,...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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