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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 24 July 1851

ria i d ifj awl ! rp Rl fcfcri iT3 i 1 P hP "A BP VOLUME 1. CITY OF HANNIBAL, MO., JULY 21, 1851. NUMBER 47. f WESTERN UNION. ernci on hid iraxtT, iktwucn riai-r and maim. TERMS OF THE WESTERS UNION. IN ADVANCE, . . . . . $1 60 If not paid within Six months, $Z 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Toe following ere the iflet of Adv.rliti.tg in the Hannibal papert: AovtaTitmo. One tquare, of 12 lineti or let, one lniertion, one aonai ) twn ..u.,.. - i n!i. Cirda not exeeedi Oneaqiiareneryear.willioul alteraiion, m;oiie lounii ol t eoluinii $4t half column, whole col- umn 3U. ' . . All notlcet, except inarriagat and deaths, will be charged ai dy,'''"'"".'''-. . ., t 0mce in a ex - Attached lo Ihe-' WktTaaN VjN on u i . i an e Calient BOOK AND JOB UrrlU.'., wnerc an joii, Book, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printline, it executed ' ' 1 l: t-1. n I'm netililtl Intlll Withueatnt.tiiiddiilatcli.on favorable teinn. I WOULDN'T -WOULD TOU? The Botton Pott hat lately published the following: I wouldn't give ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 24 July 1851

WESTERN UNION -HANNIBAL, MO., JULY 24, 1851. WESTERN UNION. HANNIBAL, THURSDAY, JULY St. .ISM. O. CLEMENS, KIIITOR A.NUI'lIlll.lfllKII. Agenti for the Western Union. W. K. Storer, Memphis, Scotland Co., Mo. Wm. N. Penn and W. H. Twyman, ol Pari, Ms. R. H. Burhanan and John A. Hustles, ol Florida. . Thomu E. Thompt on, ol Palmyra. ' Wm.O. Young, ol' ,ew London. J. L Canterbury, of Mexico. Mr. Blakcjr, of Clinton. George Bourne, of Barry. III. Postmasters ara requested lo allow us to add them to tht Mat. Tha above named gentlemen are aiithori.ed la give receipt lor money due I he" Western Union " Olhcr. Traveling agent. Mr. J AS, It. UAKNK 1 1 i our authorized Traveling Agent. TO MERCHANTS. BILLS OF LADING, Nbatly PaiKTtt,, for eale at this office, at Fifty Cenli per Quirt. TO BUSINESS MEN GENERALLY. All bisds of POSTF.RS and BUSINESS CARDS, plain or in colon, printed at this office In good atyle, at low prices. Also, CIRCU LARS, BLANKS, elo etc. CF" We are authorized to announce Hie ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 24 July 1851

t ( 8t. Louis Correspondence. St. Lvo.il, July 23th, 1851'. Dek Editor:. . , . One' Imagination mut bo m'cit ihorougliljr developed lo enable Jiim to writ with Interest from tliii place, iliorn' a it in, fur the) preient, of it oommeroial grcatnesi. Since ir.y rait the weather ha been intolerably oppressive the cholera haa almoit entirely disappeared, and the river eufficietitly subsided to nllow a revival of business on the Levee. The fallen waters have A.u!r.ul v","?.rV'll 0!!L,M '"lly .;r. ,r" , 7 ITkM L W- 'SFre wl,ich B" wet.!' ..Miaem deep, the odo? fr,Mfroh,:;Mder M"-J Ze eu.itted-.ofDas.i., evert the Ulu,...' ing aun haa beenny(hpf W',palaUbJe;.Jd conducive to heUlr. Lait iiigti Juiv'erj.ttr rihle alormirof wfnd and rain closntW our thy street,; drove miaaina away like it furmcr ly did the loousl of old from Egypt, and hna left ua to enjoy the luxury of a clear sky and. purified atmosphere. fi.Nsfw foil erf itvjiostes -aion of myhle bu&efoflootj iftwjr. This.' community ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 24 July 1851

WESTERN UNION HANNIBAL, MO., JULY 27, 1851. D. DEAN. J. It. GAKNETT. AR STEPHEN LEE, late of Slaysvillc, ILy.. hovinff located ADVERTISEMENT THAT AFrtALI TO THt SOUND SENSE OF THE COMMUNITY limself permanently in HANNNIBAL, Klo., would respectfully inform the citizens and the surrounding country generally, that L.U. .,4 . . he has commenced business in this city, under the name and style of DEAN & GAKNETT, MAlVUFACTUTlEns and Pen-en in Italian And American Miublc. Tl.py have now on hand a good assort. l ...hi r :..t. ik. i i i . .;. a wniij ami win nil iiii un uir muri lum i.ui nj . ... Marble Mantel Pieces: l ine Parlor, and Chamber Grate?: Counter and Wash Stands Onrrlnn Vnses: Stntuarv: Tomb Stones: And every other description of MA RULE WORK al low prices. " i.r Cull nt their Muible Yard nppnsit.e the Bradjr House. Hannihrl. Mo. np.M-ty PEPSIN, The True Digestive Fluid, OR GASTRIC JUICE STy'lT. OP MISSOURI, ('ousty or Ralls, In the lulls Circuit Court, In vacation, June 1.il...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 31 July 1851

WESTERN Htat3 NLUN s4f VOLUME 1. WESTERN UNION. OITICSOSJ HDD STaXET, IBTWaKN riSIT AD MAIN. TERMS OF THE WESTURN UNION. IN ADVANCE. $1 60 If not paid within Six Months, $2 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are the relet of Advertising in (lit Hannibal paperat Aovbbt.sino. One aquare, of 12 lines or lesi, one Insertion, one dollar each subsequent insertion 2d esntt. Carda not exceeding six lines, per year, f.5. Oneaqnara per year, without ulteration, $10; one lour III ol column, half column, ?JO;a whole col umn (3D. All notice, except marriages and deaths, will be charged as advertisements. Attached to- the " Wrirtiis Union' office la an ex cellent BOOK AND JOB OFFICE, where all Job, Book, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printing, is executed toithiieatness and dispatch, on favorable terms. Written for the Western Union. WHEN FIRST WE.NET. IV W. B. STOSSB. When first 1 met those melting eyes, That beam with love, and look so kind, The calmness of cerulean skies Seemed shadowed o'er t...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 31 July 1851

WESTERN UNION HANNIBAL, Mo., JULY 31, 1851. WE ST E UN UN ION. HANNIBAL, THt'BSDAV, JULY 31., SM. O. Vl.BMB.NS, ItlllTOIl AM) l'lllll.lrlll:H. W We an, authorized to announce the lion. JOHN F. HYLAKD na a cainlntaln for Judge of the Supreme Court of Missouri at Ihu next August election. IT We are authorized to announce JAMI.S II ABEUN ATHY . eandidat, ft, Iho on',., of J,,,.,., of the rou,th Ja.r.el.1 Cirenit. , We are authorUed t aiinouiice Col. WM. T. WOOD as a caii.li.late for a sunt 011 tint Supieiae Ht'licli ol I tic State of Missouri, nt llio ciisuing Augu.U election CITY SUIJSCIUL'TION. Tho vote last Ul 1 duimuiiu ii"...- p., .in .,.,1 ,i.,. .,,,,, ,n.innn. ii 1 1 l, 1 Mondiiy wih UNANIMOUS in luvor utl"" "UfS un,l,,r any tircumalanccs. , would 1 nuthorizilir till) City Uouiicil to suuicnno $50,01)0 atock ill the ll.inmhiil uml ht. Jo-j poliUoal grounds, wb cure not what pnrty dues ! mjinmns Inivo bueii mucunneived. Judgi stpli Kuili'imil. l'uim was taken to asccr- the- deed....

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 31 July 1851

WESTERN UNION IIANNNiAL, MO., .1ULY 31, 1831. TEMPERANCE ADDRES3. Wo attended an aiMres on temperance, de livered by Mr. D. S. McrtnisoN, last Friday evening. Tlio addrois, at ncnr at we can re member, was lomcwliut ns follows : We live in n n extraordinary era in tlio liis tury of the world. Never, in any age, have there been nidi dm plnys of knowledge nnd in tellectual power. Nations are brought together by the rapidity of traveling, and men are ena fled to converse with each other, at thousand milei distant, by the electrical wire. Hy tlio aid of the micmicspe, a world vf living, moving mutter lini been opened to view, which Win unknown before There ii animate crowd ed, moving life, in every drop of wator, and in every leaf and (lower. Ity means of the tclo oopo, man lies mounted into the heavens, and has discovered the most amazing wonder. Stretching his mental visiun beyond our vast solar system, he has learned much of mm and systems, in the infinity of space. Carry en elcctrio...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 31 July 1851

' 1 WESTERN UNION HANNIBAL, MO., JULY 31, 1851. STEPHEN LEE, late of illajsville, Ky., having located himself permanently in HANNNlilAL, Mo., would respectfully inform the citizens and the surrounding country generally, that he has commenced business in this city, under the name and style of . AM D. DEAN. J. 11. GARNETT. ADVERTISEMENT THAT AFFIALi TO TH1 SOUND SENSE OF THE COMMUNITY Forwarding and Commis sion Merchants, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCE RIES, BRANDIES, WINES, &c, Foreign and Domestic And now have on hand, mid intend keeping n good assortment of Groceries, Brandies, Port, Madeira, and Sweet Wine, lotli Foreign and Domestic, of the best quality. Gin, Pcacli and Apple Brandy, Old Hoiiibon, Bye, and Monnn galicla Whiskey, &c. And a HUPEKIOlt A11TTCLI3 of PURE, DOUBLE RECTIFIED or id ILatc from "CHINA," and is WARRANTED to be a little BETTER than I lie "REST," and no HOIBITCt! Alsohavo on hand, ami intone! keeping, a superior article of PURE, CI DER VINEGAR, ...

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 August 1851

VOLIJIME 1. 1 WESTUllN UN101N, orncB on man sTaisKT, iibtwben urst and main. TEUMS OF THE WEST BUS UNION. IN ADVANCE, ... . . tt 60 If not paid within Six Months, $2 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are the rales of Advertising in tin Hannibal papers) ..... AnVKHTi.iNU.-0ne square, of 12 lines or less, one insertion, one dollai I each subsequent insertion a cents. Cants not exceeding six lines, per year, . One square per year.williout alteration, Hij one fourth ot a column, lf; hall a column, , whole col umn 3K. ..... ..... .....i .i,i... .iiu.. All notices, except nim i .ago ..--, charged as advertisements. . Attached to the"WisriaN Union" olHce is an ex cellent BOOK AND Jul! OFFICE, where all Job. Moon, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printing, is executed withneatness and dispulcli.on tavoiuble terms. Agents for the WeBtern Union. W. E. Slorer, Memphis, Scotland Ce., Mo. -Wm. N. 1'enn and W. B. Twyinan.ot Paris, .Mo. . K. H. Buchanan and John A.yuorles, ol Honda. Tnomat E. Thomps...

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 August 1851

: WESTERN UNfON-IIANlMU MO., VV EST K 11 N UNION. HANNIBAL, THURSDAY, ACCUST 7. ISM. O. II.RMRN3, I kiiitdk A .no rrm.iHiir.il Official Statement. We are indebted to Mr. Tno. K. Hai-ciub, Clem of I he County Court, for mi olliciul Statement of the vote at all the precincts except Hannibal. Supreme Juttee. uplon, GstnMe, hrolt, Wood, It) land, H.iyilen, McHiiaV, .1otie, Williams, Circuit Jidge, Well, Comity Surrujnr, Sheet , ? J s pi 2 3 i 151 5 Mil 12 250 21 2!W 23 III 1,2 1 .11 4 1IH Ii i:i.l IX nil I :vi 8 w f 2i ft n f7 l :n Oil II tx) (10 4 II 00 1 u 5 ;s u 3 - K w 30 8 9 31 4117 H2 7i 31 H07 21 !) t7 2'.l 7t !M ft 6 :i!i7 2K II II 1 l!i!i 77 ii III ! Il. 26 4 ft) 7 I: Hi (HI (III (HI (HI If) a i (iii ot it 215 31 332 as 101 Hi 31 M Ssj 203 W 321 23 02 17 W) G3 S72 For. Against. Unund lirovo Township, !) JI7 Fnliius " 0 71 Miller IS 1! South Kivcr " 1!) ,r Union .S a Warren 1-2-J a-J Liberty a.VJ l.'l .Mason. 111!) r.) his m UTfilTdTI 1851. THE RAILROAD VOTE. A large inatiti(uut...

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 August 1851

WESTERN UNION IIANN11JAL, MO., AUGUST 7, 1851. JBMf. Salman, of (hit cily I) at invented en engine, upon which lie hit expended s'x years of labor, which it destined to supercede ell others. The motive power it crbnio ecid gat, hd the eipense of running (he Urgest clatt steamboat from thit point to New Orleans and back will not exceed $100) with the engine now in utethe eott for fuel is from $1200 to $1800-Jr. Salman will toon be prepared to make aii io exhibition of hit engine. Gin. Enq., 26th. To the Editor! of th Day Book t Euototed you have t slip cut from ihelloiton Poit, of yesterday. It it a rare tpecitnen. Thit Mr. Nathan R. Cobb, of Button, wat the father N. It. Cobb, formerly of the firm of Gilbert, Cobb, It Johnson, now M. 11. Cobb & Co., brokers, N.. 29 Wall ttreet, worthy ton of a .worthy tire. A Subscriber. Mr. Nathan R. Cobb, an exemplary youug merchant, connected with the Mantis! church in lioiton, at the age of 23 drew up and rubicribed the following covenant ( ...

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 August 1851

WESTERN UNIO-HANNIBAL, MO., AUGUST 7, 1851. BRADY HU I HOUSE, Corner f and Ceutre Slraeln. By ROBERT I1ANCE, . LATE OF CITY HOTEL. fPHR PmpiW'tor of th Brady House takes pleasure J in iinhlvm hit fntiner l jnns (ml lite traveling public , gene Ui il lie liai leased the attove llouae for a tiT.Ti of yci, ami re Idled slid re-liirniahcd u entirely, in all its ilciaitinetits. Kron kin iiicrcnsni facilities, advantageous location Ilia lonn experience in Hotel Keeping ha tru-ts, by diligent personal atle.'iion In the eoinlurt of Ins guests, to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto- loie given hnn. P, 8. The ohVe of tlie Great Western Stage Com pany ia at the Brady House. . Hannibal, Junej'A, IH!. 'J"mt To Hie Vitrmri-H Ihr only trut "i,orls of the .Si7." . "7E have juat received, and are now selling very f low, a superior article ot drain bcj tites. do do kira a do do do Snenda. do Engliah iteel Hay Forks. do Merman lo do Ho AIo, Sugar, Codec, Itice, fcc, See. t'liqiiu llui...

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 August 1851

WESTERN ONION. VOLUME 1. CITY OF HANNIBAL, MO., AUGUST 14, 1851. NUMBER 50, WESTERN UNION, wrai on ato bthkit, bitwhen rmiT and main. TERMS OF THE WESTERN UNION. In advance, $i 60 If not pld within Six Months, $2 00 RATES OP ADVERTISING. The Followinr are the rates of Advertisine In thl Hannibal papers: Advkbtisino. One square, or 12 linea or leas, one insertion, one dolln each subsequent inaertion 23 centa. Cards not exceeding six lines, per year, $A. One square per year, without alteration, $1(1; one fourth ol a column, fid) half a column, 2(l) whole col umn $30. All notices, except marriagea and deaths, will be charged as advertisements. Attached to Ihe " WtiTta Union" office is an ex cellent BOOK AND JOB OFFICE, where all Job, Hook, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printing, ia executed witfcueatness and dispatch, on favorable terms. Agenti for the) Western Union. W. K. Storer, Memphis, Scotland Co., Mo. Wm. N. Penn and W. B. Twyman, of Paris, Me. K. H. Buchanan and John A. Queries, of...

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 August 1851

WESTERN UNION -1IANNIHAL, MO., AUGUST 14, 1851. WESTERN UN ION. HANNIBAL. . We have jtixt returned from a flying visit to O. UXMHNM, Kin rim ami i ' .1.' . ..I... I .. .. ... tiaB.Hi la.fi.n.i, HANNIBAL, TBUMUAYAJU. i- "" rl.l5lH'.H. rFO"l lC illB Oliiniiii-" miiiM tit- w.v.. y - ' ' j vailing there to uuiuidurabla extent this Sutii- r M.....,. W. .... f... led l)V tliel.ro- "'" "" "I""?1" . " . " - , ' , , ' ' , operation!. In common Willi ner niigiiuors, prietort of tin, paper lo slate that II,.-, have agent .j,, , ,, lfr.reJ from (lie now traveling thiougli llic counties of Piko mil Kails, and in a few days will linv one in Monron, Mielby, Uwisand Clark. They will see Hie ciliens geneially, and solicit sub.ciipliuns. Mr. P. A . haul it their o;;ent for Monroe mil Shel by counties. 1 u.i. 1 I'tpm at Hannibal. - 1.... a ttniiiirli ami iclluhlo 11 I.. 1 IV. I. am 1 1 0111 an millirntic tnllice, I Hal Dr. H. N. Amlertoli intends establishing anew Whig naner in that city in a Inonlli ...

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 August 1851

WESTERN UNION-IIANN'IIJAL MO., AUGUST 11, 1851. Navigating tho Air. I From tlit l'urit correipoiideiioe of the Wash-' ington R public. , , For man tears the art of r,.,vi...i lias been looked uiun as Ilia next gnat iliscov- j try to follow in Hie Ir.iin uf steam locomotion . I.A..I. I. .. . '? .. anil the electric telegraph J yet o art or sui-Tu- Inn ever been so stationary, or hat inudu nTfltile progress. Ujlluons ors nu more u.e ful now than they were in tlio days of Mont (jollier. Nut u single, advance lias been muda in ir veiling uud lureseviug disaster, or in cull-1 trolling the direction in wi.ich it move). The French ivronnuti, the moil skilful in iho woihl,l despairing of rendering their profession a ne-j fill one, and, al the uine lime, well aware that' the mercurial 1'arisiuus mul have n continuul I succession of novelty, and (hut the ascension of lu-uiorrow mutt present tome feature distinct from that which characterized the ascension of yesterday, have been obliged to li...

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 August 1851

T It 13 HI E NDOUS OK CLOTHING. 600,000 DOLLARS H W have tliia Tall, the largest and most magnificent ftOCK oi READY MADE CLOTHING Ever cffered by any house. As regards (he slyles and make of our poods. It ii useless to sprik, at we have a repuianon lar aim wiuc, ui Keeping we Bust Made Clothing in the Country. And from the many advantag' I that we possess in im norliiiK anil manufacturing our entile ttuck for cash. and sellinc to none but prompt men. and furthermore. the Iremcndoui amount of Good that we sell, it mini be apparent to everyone, that we can aell at lower prt tea than any oilier home WE NOT ONLY f ! BUT WILL. tmn the 15th of Aueust we will open our KNTIRK STUCK for inspection. All we ask is for you to call . in and examine, as we are fully satisueil you will pur chase. In addition to our large stock of staple Goods, we have a large assortment ot Very Fine Clothing. it Motto "Large sales and small profits " MARTIN ht BROTHER, No. 118, Main at., M. l.ouis, Mo. Martin 4 B...

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 August 1851

WESTERN k d bid r M VOLUME 1. CITY OF HANNIBAL, MO., AUGUST 21, 1851. NUMBER 51, WESTERN UNION. ... . . main FIRST AND ". Oi l ICE ON BIRD STRKET, RF.TWKKN TERMS OF THE WF.STKIIN UNION. IN ADVANCE, $1 50 If not paid within Six Months, $2 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are the rates of Advertising in the n am. inn i linnprej; l n... .n.r. r I? In,. nr I.... insertion, one dolUi t each .ubsem.ent Insertion 3) cents. Cards not exceeding sm lines, per year, fit. One square per year, without alteration, $lilone four III ol a column, $15) half a column, .Mja whole col umn .io. All notices, except marriages and deaths, will be charged as advertisements. Attached lo the"W:sTKRN Union'' ofllce is an ex cellent BOOK AM) JOB OFKICK, where ill Job, Book, Pamphlet, Card, and other Printing, is executed witlmeatness and dispatch, on favorable terms. Agenti for the Western Union. W. K. Btorer, Memphis, Scotland Co., Mo. Wm. N. Penn and W. B. Twyman, of Paris, Mo. K. H. Buchanan and John A....

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 August 1851

WKSTKKN UNION-HANNIBAL, MO., AUGUST 21, 1851. W K ST Li UN UNION. II.V.N'MBAL, TIIUUSDAY, At'OCST 21 KM. O. I I KUF.NS, KIM I'Oll AMI I'lllLISIIKK. , ,, , r ., . . Hie absence of tliu l'.ditor, on business, must account for tlio sccarcily of cilituriul ; ill to-iliiy'a paper. Notico. Iter, fli -llo Wa.ieh, ot llilliinuic, will prcarh in I lie Mcllio.li-l K. lliuieli in Hannibal, oi. rvni lay , An. gnil villi, at Hi) o'clock, A. M. Tim iMi-toini Annual Conference nf the M. ' I'hurch will cnuun'-iire its scsion in Hannibal ua We.l-i.e.-.Uy the stith, al o'clock. A. .M. W. I'. LOWI.K3. , . , ,. tt in. A. C link, we leal ii, ha. commenced tmnii lux ... ' .... , . , , Ih.idboat here tin. .. ton. 1 1.,, boat I, intended to bi one of ll.e la.gett class, ami destined for Ike Mistou- ri ill.tr-to be commanded ky Cupl. Hi.roly, of tl.e r,"' .. , ., , i ,-, , . I). II. lillm'T, l-.sn ,ol lliu place, tell al our olliecit lteei n..ii..ri.,M in GnL ireuc. Heat il I . i'.Ke t'o. ( lit.) tire Mr. A...

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 August 1851

What is mesmerism. Tin following article is tlia cJitori.il comment of Ulackwood upon a uuminunicution in.tha last number concerning Mesmerism, It it (says III Alexandria Uazelle) perhaps tuo muoli in 1 the ex cathedra tune but that ii tlia wy of Vlackwoud i ' The tpjeaticn in regard to intsuierisru it two fold : first, how the mesmerio proilratiuii i to be accounted lor? and, secondly, how it it ti be disposed of ? It may bo accounted fur, we conceive, by the iinlural tendencies jmt re oited," without iia being necessary to pustulate any new or unknown ugeticy ( it may be dis posed of by the inlluence of publio opinion, which would very loon put t atop to these pit iable exhibitions, und very aoon exlidguish the tuagiiettgtir's power and to patient's suscepti bility, if it were hut to visit the perfumers with the ooiiteinpt and reprobation they de aerve. A few word vti e-cli of theia heads may not be out of place, as a qualifying pot J script iu me lorcgoing lener, which in our opi...

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 August 1851

WESTERN UNION HANNIBAL, MO., AUGUST 21, 1851. Administrator notice. NOTICE is licieliy given I" H persont Interested in the estate of George Ml1', th-ceased, that letters leslainciileiy hove been granted to (he timlrrftiuricd by Ihe Ralln County Couit, bearing dale August 4, IHjl. All persona imlibli d to said estate ate requested to ,t:al y mrnl immediately, and all persons having claims against aaicl estate, are requested to present them, propprly mitlii-ntii'Dtril, within one your fnun the ttate of rani letters, or I lf-y may be pici-ltnlcd from any benefit of mid estate, and if mil pie.-eutcd within lime years they mill be luie-er bailed. ' PETER C. KETTLE, Adm'r. Administiatror'a Notice. TT()TICK it lurchvgen In all persons inlero jlccj in 1 thee-tnteot Austin Gilbert. deceaed, Hut letter nf administration have been gianled lo Ihe nndeisigu. nl hy the Hull County Court, beating date August a, Nol. All persons indebted to said eslate aie request eil to make payment iinn.riltatel...

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