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Inrge and enllittsiaslic meetings Imve been
i.cd in several plnco, advocating (lie inlroiluc
t' ht of the famous 'Muine Liquor Law' into
jjaisncliuselts. In Hoxbury llio lkv. Dr. Pul
ps m advocated tlic 'il,51lgc of ""''h law, just
ao toon as publio opinion should be ripe for it a
.Uniform enforcement. The venerable orthodox
Conservative, l'rof. Moses Stuart, lins fotno out
trongly in favor of it. By present appear
ances, the Stiite will be ngilnlrd in its length
and LreniUh this winter on the subject, mid
many predict that one. year hence the puberna
loriiil election will liirige ujion this (juration.'
"IT," snys the Cummoiivvciiltli, "lire proof of
the puddi.i In in the eating, it may be paid of
the present lnw for the suppression of the Li
ft uor Tra'lFid in Maine, that it cats well. As to
tne subsequent suggestion, there ran be no dif
ficulty there." The Providence Journal well
ays,' the niain severity of this law lies in the
penally, ''and what is most effectual, the process
runs against the liquor. While the lawyers arc
disputing about the ownership of the casks, and
fettling the constitutional objections, te criller
itself is poured into the street, and that general
y settles the question." Verily thi; proceed
ing borrows its witty efficacy frora that older
oxtm notion, the revolutionary tea-pnrty !
The following statistics from n report read in
a public meeting in Bangor, by Ucv. Mr. Allen,
show, the operation there for the quarter ending
September 30, 1851.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUHTY JAIL, QUARTER
, ,. . CIOINO
Sept. 30, -18H0,
June 30,' 1851,
Diunkenness. Assault. Total.
12 7 19
11 3 14
3 6 9
Showing t difference in favor of this quarter
of six, as compared with the one previous, and
eleven ii compared with the corresponding 6no
last yeor '
2. COMMITMENTS TO THE CITY WATCH-HOUSE,
r QUARTER ENDIttO
Commit meats. Cost.
Junc30,-lft51, 154 $258 80
pept. 30, 1851, 51 73 73
Difference in favor of this quarter cases,
103; cost, $183 07.
3. Number or Piaces where Liquor is
SoLD.-Last spring, 103; at 'present, some 56;
showing m diminution ofTiear 60 per'cetM.Yvvliile
the quantity sold is' estimated to' be 'reduced
about 75 per 'cent.' Most of these are Irish
dwelling liouscs of tiie lowest class, (vlnch can
not be senrcHe'J Without express pfodfbf a ak,"
where" liquor is kept in very small quantities.
A city agent lias been recently appointed, and
the five licensed dealer are notified to stop the
sale on or ibfdri' the first of January, next,
(1853.) ' " ' ' ' ' 1
' '4. Amount of. fines paid to the City Treasu
ry, $110. ' ' ' ,
5. Quantity of Liquor seized and condemned,
about 4,000 gallons; and a still larger amount re
sfiipped to Boston.
' 6. The state of the streets and city, accord
ing to the City Marshal's statement, is "im
proved 75 per cent." as complied with the pre
1. UT-DOOR EXPENSES Or THE TAUPER KSTA1I-
' USHMENT, QUARTER ENDINO
June 30, 1851,
Sept. 30, 1851,
itor, to that house, and look with mo awhile on
that scene of suffering and sorrow. In one room
were Gen. Pierce and his lady; in the opposite
apartment lay the mortal remains oT their little
boy and oh I so sad, a sight! Tho blow, by
which ho was instantly killed, struck his fore
head, and Was so violent as to remove tli upper
portion of the head, leaving a part of the brain
exposed. 1 lie lace, Willi tlio exception m a
bruise abaut the right eye, still remained unin-
. i ... .... . j I n- ,
iarci, yat Dallied in uiimu. ucnerai 1'ierce aim
lady, meanwhilo retired to the house of Mr.
In the same room was a lady, Mrs. Newell,
of Hillsborough, considerably bruised, and her
face cut. Her little daughter, twelve years of
age, lay neiir, with her foot so badly injured that
amputation will he necessary. She bore her
pains sweetly and patiently. In another room
Mr. Krittrcdgc, of I'elnian, lay with his leg
broken, and Mr.ChilJs, of Hennikcr, sat brave
ly up, though with a face covered with blood.
Others, much bruised, had gone in the train
which returned for us from Lawrence. J'.very
attention which could be possibly paid to those
injured was given at this liousc, where most of
the 'wounded were carried. The physicians
were prompt in their services, calm, kind, and,
as far 'ss one not of the profession caajudgo,
After the head of the little boy had been ten
derly cared for by the physicians, and all pos
sible done to restore the look of life, he wis
carried by us to the house where his afflicted pa
rents were. I shall never forget the look ol
extreme pain that child's face wore; and -yet
there was something resigned a'hd tender im
pressed even by the awful hand of death. He
was not yet cold when he was in the room of
Mr. Aiken's house, dressed just as he had been
at the ruoivKijl cf the calamity!
"' ,.!l'" "' I1''- I'll
COUNTING-HOUSE ALMANAC, FOR 1843.
Anarch, - - -
The Vermont Liotior law providrt that any
intoxicated man may be arrested and committed
to prison until he is in a cov.;!ition to tcil where
hp got his liquor, and if he rel'iso to divulge, is
looted up till lie relents. Thin law is to be vo
ted lipon by the people. If a r.iaj irity vote yis,
the law goes into operation on the l?t ot April;
if the majority vote no, it goes into oprr.ilioS) on
tl? 1st of December 1 Tho eU' et, however, is
modified by the fact that tho Legislature w ill
meet between the two (Lite.
if Those who have hmes tn rent rnn have first
rate Malik forms printed at this ntfiC !. We l...ve tho
type up ami con print llieiii rtienp.
"I MCi'.PT!" hurli l llic true lni!Kliiii( till- wonl 'TfT
SIN," or of li e !' Creek words fmin vliirh II lulirlvxl
This l tin- n i 111 a in nml n'irnirlm! title uf llie tra- ll(eslive
fluid, nr (JinMrlr. Julre. n-pnrnl liy Dr. J. R ItoiollTnN, of
I'hilaileliilila, from tlic fourth atniiin.li of the Ox, Fur III" cur
nf liiiliiiivtlnn nml lyei'ui. Ii Nulurr'i nnn ri-iiie ly fr n
iinlii'tlthy pliiinnrli. Ni erl nf u.nti can rqnnl Hi f iimove pnw
nrf. It rrn(tcrao(l rhtinf piTf'f4ly rnnllc.il witli lienlth. R'P
he rlgiue cf tho Oi. In anoilii'r part ofthU papur'
' ""' BRAOO B LINIMENT.
A prmnn in St. I.niil. tlip hhmii1 nl Mrl.n, nfT.'rllnf in h
Rriii:iiiili il wi:h tl'f Ih8ri-ilit'iilfif thlii crlplirnli'd nii'iirini, nml
Wi ll kiinlit2- lltr. r,i-:,l vlrltlin, ha ntlempien mmii'l nm likp
R rniinlprl' H. Hi nilniilf n sirinif nam'', anil rlls an srllrlf
iiiiM'!if niir iinnr- nf pmpi'Mi'i nf III-nrialnnl . In nn nilvi'j
tinrnir nt In In ilti ' piipi'i will In firliliil Ihp i'i.nnnf Dr. Ilrntf
nn tlii.i Fiil'rvrl. t' cry nao will nrriT Willi u. Hint I lit llnrlnr
pnur Uip c&riipn' Inln lliw frllnw pn Irnfinin Willi Vfiy rlginil
I'lfi'rt. V- l.-nrn fr.iiii III.' Si. IiuIk Snilial, llml Uracil' I.inl
nirnl mill rnlaina Its ni'wr.'i'il . iwip-ilnritv. 'i'lic rmiri anli'P du
rlnc tlif limt ypur ntiiflmti In Minnl nno iniirinn Imlllcfl. All nf
tlic L'-t limim In thn rli , rt-rllfv to iu ftrcol cuclltlice. Sa
il in V'i-ikly Ailvncnri', Miiyvii, Ih.'iJ.
brL'4Hivi rlln mi'iit in tiiiulln'r coin inn.
N. 11. "-Since ilia ahnvn wan ifiit lo us for puhlkalinn, wr
fitnl Ihnl Mrl.KAN Ihnt U lln-rf mki'n of la the iHacnverr-r of
McLEAN'rt CDI.EBRATKll VULCANIC OIL I. INIMF.NT.
No wonder the Mithtam men arc trying to run Ma tlnlmrat
rinwa they fear ita Inciranlng popularity. It la rertainly
better I.lniment, hecaiiae it 1 na .performed remarkable curea, af
ter Mustang Llnimeiil had falieri, Ke the dtrerilsetnenl in
another column, nnd Jiidae for ynursuli'es.' i . an IU
June 30, 1850,
Sept. 30, 1850,
Showing a reduction of more than f)0 per cent,
in this department for the last quarter, against
20 per cent, last year.
2. Expenses or Ai ms-House resulting rom
intemperance, quarter ending
June 30, 1851, 1G 53
Sept. 30, 185), 5 02
Showing a reduction in this one item of 470 51,
or 97 per cent.
3, -tcosT or support or common drunkards, in
THE HUSE OT CORRECTION TOR PENOBSCOT
COUNTY, 'QUARTER ENDINO
June 30, 1851, f?
Sept. 30, 1851, 40 til
Showing a reduction of $107 M, or 72 1-2 per
And we have the Marshal's testimony to the
effect that 'considerable improvement' is mani
ft in the condition of the intemperate classes,
from the obstacle in the way of their obtaining
liquor; and that the comlorls ol many lamuies
have been greatly augmented.
UUraatiaf Lsttor from th Scan of tho Actideat
ea ui Boatoa and Mains' Kailroad!
The Manchester Daily Mirror, of January 6,
contains a letter from Kev. Mr. uuer, oi iaw
'reoce, who was a passenger in the cars, f.om
a.Vt.nh turn ntlelte the followine :
' Two incidents anng the many terrible ones,
..;,.1iv nreseiA Ho inv memory. On the
II V V I'VVy ff r. I
kanU aat A mother, f Mrs. Stokes, of this city,)
I i lutlo ,,.. nf anine three or four
Clasping ucr nvi.. ----- -
'yesM of age; he had been rescued from the ruin
Which had strewn the rock with splintered frag
Wats, and hr own person was considerably
burned by the fire, but she was shedding tears
of gratitude over her rescued child, and rejoicing
.'in hit safety, unmindful of her own pain. But
'jri"ew steps from her 1 saw the nost appalling
scene of all. There was another mothe'r, whose
-fcffoiiV beyond any description. She could
hed no tears, but overwhelmed with grief, ut
tered sucli affecting words as I can never for
gt. It was Mrs. Pierce, the lady of the Pres
ident elect; and i.eaf in that ruin of shivered
wood and iron, lay a more terrible nunher
aa mxt ihinate before so beautiful.
Sh wm atteudeU iy 'er husband and Professor
ftl?!mwmm was himself bruhuJ Wl,
but not severely, and the Wound of the apirit
far etceeded any bodily fullering; yet, while
deerW affected, he allowed all ele self-posses-
' r i ...I. .,!. akIw rh:itac(ensea irreat-
ertd and noble men, and which few would
manifest Under similar circumstances, rje gave
all needful' directions about the recovery of his
little bey, still entangled in the wreck about
im, and then afforded all that comfort and syra
pathy to his partner in sorrow which was appro
priate to the time. She was conveyed to a house
noarby, and there alio gave vent to the grief
"which rent her heart, while ho consoled and
IfomTbrtetJ. 1 may not draw the veil from that
Ubfure." Sai?r(!d is the h"ly privacy ot sorrow,
and tt. heayU tf 1lioo who have sulTe red can
ust not describe.
Soou we were able to convey the wounded
nrt the dead to the nes.i'cst house, which hap-
' jversed t b that conneoted with the poor-farm
in Andover, where every Vicrssftte kiudnPti w;d
attention was rendered, uo wuu me, an.
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To the Stockholders of the Hannibal, Ralls Csunly
and Paris Plsnk Road Company. i--."
fp HE Board of Directors have ordered a rail of ten
X percent, of (he capital stock to be paid to the
Treasurer of the Company, Mr. Klijah Hawkins, n
or before the 1st day ol February, next, 1853.
By order of the Directors,
F. LEVERING, Scc'y.
N. B. The shareholders are requested to take no
tice this is the third call, making Hie whole amount
called tor to be paid lo tnc Treasurer, iniriy per cent.
up to this .isle.
Hannibal, Jan. l un, jo3 ni.
Hannibal Female Seminary.
ine second term ol tint institution will commence
Monday, January 17th, in the basement of the Uaptist
VJliiircn. corner oi rourtn ami t liuicn stieeis.
MIS M. M SMITH, Principal.
MISS H. A. PATHICK, Assistant Teacher.
$3 (K per q'r of 12 weeks.
4 50 ' "
6 00 "
3 (H) "
3 00 "
Painting in Water Colors, 3(H) " "
Painting in Monochromatic, 6 Oil materials included,
rainling in Oil Colors, 8 00 per q'r of 12 weekl
Music. Vocal and Inslru- i
mental, ' - i 9 00 '
This may certify, that I. Ihe undersigned, liavii.p.
KEW COOK STOVIiSIl
U! i. a':
We, the iindersicnfd, bavin ne4 th Pt. Loiil GOLD MIMM. "
Stores manufactured by O. K. Killey, of W. Inids j , universally conceded that. "thlVhief- nbaUefe
and sold by Carter W. Br.jran; at Hannibal, Mo.,takt w,ic, rold mfrlera have to eorJnJ with, t llmrdilri
pleasure InrecommendinK l)'ij. lo Ihe public, as snpe-'cij f aepsralins; the gold ' from, the pittverrzell
nor in point ot ilran, rniraoinry, economy, ennvem- qtri. or sand, a pceully where thera la pyn!crl
: ' .
IJI'.nsONS wi-liing to buy Stoves, should give usi
call, and examine our new Pullerns of i, ;;
"Charter Oak" Cook Stoves,
Having secured the Apenry of them for this eity. This
Stove possesses ad vautngn over common Sioves, in
lhickues of the Plate, and improvement in the Draft.
It is given up by all Stove dealers, and manufacturers,
to be the bent Paitern lor a descending flue, of any
Slove Now made East or West.
This Stove patented September, IR52, and
wherever they have been ued have given geneial sat
isfaction. Thitf Stove weighs some 40 pounds more to
the nun her than any other Stove ever brought to thi
cily. The Plates in them are from lo of an inch
in thickness. No. 4 weighs over 3n0 pounds. We
warrant them all against fires. These feloves have a
Patent Hot, Air Flue, which carries the heat lhat is
generated imder the fire plate down ttie front part ol
Ihe Stove between two1 thick plates to Hie draft at the
bottom of the Stove, (hereby adding great heal lo bake
with on the bottom, and remedying that which has al
ways been a limit with Sioves of a descending flue
heretofore. The Charier Oak has one flue anu one
plate more Ihan any Air Tight Stove vet invented
Ihcy will cook wit'i one-half the fuel which one of
me ordinary bloves will, anu win last lor twenty-five
years. ' ' . - . , ,
John I. F.llet,
G'orge C. Foster,
Dr. 1.. T Biiliingham,
Char es W. Mills,
R. GunteV, i
Jesse W light,
W. F. Kerehrval,
W. L. Urv,
J. B. Ilayden,
It. P. Gregory,
A. M. Hawkins,
"PRIZE PREMIUM " COOK STOVE.
!' Patented 1SI.
This superior article has only been in use since Jan
uaiy, IWil , and since lhat they have given such uni
versal satisfaction thai I hey ate now the principal
stove sold up the Illinois, Missouri and Mississipp
livers. The late improic nent made by Filley, by put
ting a division in the draff below, divides the heat as il
passes under the oven, and prevents it from all concen
trating on the cenlie of the fne-plale, at it dots in ott
er stoves of similai form. "
Another great improvement in the Premium Slove
is the Patent Damper; w hich is so constructed as to in
sure it again-t breakage by fire; and if "necessary, by
turning the damper up a Intle, you can throw the heat
ut tier the oven without burning what is baking, as
some do; "
I have jutt made another great improvement in'Fil
ley's Patent Prize Premium stove, by adding to It a
large, heavy Grate, for the wood to rest on, which not
only aids the draft, by keeping it always clear, but also
keeps the wood from breaking, and burning out the
bottom of the stove. . . , t , .,
' ' Tiiia Grate is inn 'c so as to prevent the wood from
falling against the dvors, and burning rhem througli, aa
been acquainted Willi miss manna m. ainnn iroinu r is tlie case Willi siuves mat nave no grates; atid as we
childhood, do now recommend her as a teacher, am a have the only Picmiiim Cook Stoves that have Grates
yotmg' lady possessing an excellent character. Sheiinthem, we hesitate: not in saying that we can sell a
iiaa luMAl,t sctioid no' lar from where I live, and I lx- cheaper and bellcr stove than can be had elsewhere in
lias always given great satisfaction, l In e- Ihe w.t:n coas'ry. Persons wishing to buy stoves
vvi'-e have been acii
Siniih upwards ot
ys given great satislaclion. i In e- Ihe Kc,:n coun'ry. I'ersnns wishing
piaudcd w ith the parent j of Miss would do well to call before p trchasing.
miiij yi-i:s, z f'.'.fdy very much I The d.trerence between l-'iiley's Pa
i.Anr. nn....-.;..iu.l u-ith ill otn oml ft...i nil,.. il.u - r-
know lliey are not Roman Catholics, and ncvci have ' the first place, the itiiproviu.ents made in flic Draft
Wc feel it a duty we owe to this community,
to state that the small pox has made its appear
ance in thi place. Henry Pay Aherr.athy,
whoso arrival from California we noticed 'some
weeks since, was taken sick a few days after
his arrival the physicians who saw him during
his illness not agreeing as to what the disease
was some pronouncing it ohicken poxsome
a case of varioloid, and others small pox and
from the fact that he was soon restored to health,
we did not think it necessary to" tiy anything in
reference to it through our paper.' But as oth.
er memhers of the family have taken the dis
ease, one of which have died a truly intcrest-
inK little girl, we are induced to heticveit. he-
yohd a doubt, lo be small pot. we are nappy
to taj, however, that the remaining cnaes are
not 'considered dangerously ill. All should be
a their (ruard, and every precaution used to
prevent it spreading. Paris Mercury.
On Saturday nignt fust, Mr. George II. Mil
ton called at a aaloon on I.ocntt street, and at
hi rcauest Was allcweNi to Temafn iuriJ the
niuht in a room situated in the rear of the saloon.
In the morninjrhe was found dead, andan, emp
ty bottle labelled 'Laudanum, was lying'at tdlc
. . . . , . i-
ide. lie liud tlireateneu touesiroy niinseii uu
rini the dav previous. He was a mno of about
forty years of age, has a wife and fiinii'y, at
resent residing in Palmyra, Marion county.
Sr. Louis Intel.
been, but are true Protestants, for I have worshiped
in the same church with Hu m tir years.
Minister iu M. E C.
Methuen, December 21th, IS52.
Lawsence, Mass., D.'c. 27th,
Having been acquainted with Miss Martha M
Siniih, a former resilient of this town, hut now Print i
cipal of Ihe Hannibal Female Seminary, (near St.
Louis,) 1 esteem ner a laoy oi vmue anu intelligence,
worthy of tin; confidence of the christian and educa-'
Imiial coininunity. It i hoped she will find patrons in
tlie West, among lliose w,io wisa io enacaie in?ir cuii-
dren, and among the Ineii.u oi our iree institutions.
JOHN G. RICHARDSON,
i'astot of the Baptist Church, Law rence, Mas.
I do hereby certify that Miss Harriet A Patrick has
been a teacher in Ilns Institution, and gave good satis
faction to all, and do most cheerfully lecommend her
to public confidence, as a young lady of refined taste,
excellent moral character, and tvell qualified to teach;
and I trust she will receive (what sti? truly merits)
liberal patronage whcievcrshe mnj be located.
ANNA P. SI I.E.
Principal of Rockfisnf Female Seminary.
Rockford, Nov. 23d, 1852
We, (he undersigned, from our acquaintance wuli
the Misses Smith and Patrick, feel fully justified in
recommending them (o the citizens of Hannibal as
Teachers highly qualified to instruct in the various
branches which lliey propose to teach. The thor
ough discipline of their own minds, and their success
as teachers, render them valuable instructors of others,
both as to the discipline of the mind, and the cultiva
tion of the moral and social nature; and we think the
youth nf any place highly favoied, who can enjoy the
advantages of their instruction and socie'y.
R. M. PEARSON,
Pastor of the Coup relational Church , Byron, III.
J J. M. RUSSKI.E. M D.
HENRY WHEEI.OCK, J. P.
S. P.KIMBALL, M. D.
Byron, III, Nov. 9, IS. jan!3-3t.
Damper; and secondly, a contraction c! Hie smoke flues.
by which the heat is more confined against the Oten,
liealn.g it more i puiar ami quicker, anil always in
sures the slove to iliaw well, in any situation. Third
ly, the boilers au nearer Ihe fire than in most stoves,
and bavins the line conlnic'td lo the width of the
boiler in liont, it Lrins all the heal in use. Fourth
ly, the ovens a:c much lai't r Until tho e of most
stoves of Ihe same kind iu ure. and particularly the
Cincinnati Moves, os the ovem are very narrow and
less um ful. In all sizes of Ihe Prize Preiiiirr. .Cook
Stove the openings in 1 1 out and back aie the same r.ize
so that you have t vt o DVal openings, the 'd?h Boil
er fitting either, el oil can make four round holes
ol a si.e; nml any ol tne trimmings will lit either hole.
All of the above stoves may he procured at the
ST. I.OL'IS STOVE STORE,
Main street, 2 doors Jv'orth of -lrady House."
declti'a-2 ly CARTER W. BRYAN.
snce and ease of regulation, lo any stoves which wt
nave ever nea i
T. R- ftelmes.
T. R Spencer,
Geo. A. Shorlridge.
f Mnominglon, M i.,
J. C Ogden,
D. W White.
Dr N Nelson,
H. K. Brt an.
John U Matthews,
W. R. Davis, .
J. C Henderson,
John. B. Lewis,
Itf 1 want it disfinetlr understood that the Sr.
Louis Stovk Rtosk is the only place in Hannibal
where FILLEY 'S celebrated stoves are to be, bad., I
l ave Ihe exclusive privilege of selling the diflerent fiat
term of Moves in Ibis place, which Filley makes, in
clndines all his patent Stoves, and nn one else ran get
any oljheui ; consequently, they have not got them to
sell. If tnfjrpne wishing to buy Cook Stoves will come
iu, I ci uan show him Ihe difference between Kil ley's
Premium Cook 'Wove and olher St. Louis Sioves, a
I have some oiutlieni on hand which 1 intend to
keep for tl.M. purpose. I ran also toon show them the
difference between, a Prairie Stale and a Charier Oak
Cook Slove. . ,i i I decl6'o2-tr.
Of Fillry's f rlf bValrtl SIovps !
FOR HAI.E AT 1 HE fT. Ull'lf STOVE PTOIIK.
riMIE SUBSCRIBER takes this' mtfUod nf iiilnrm.
X ing his friends and the pulilio in geaeral, that he
has the largest stock and greatest variety Ol Sioves ever
brought fo Hannibal, which he is oterm,iafd to sell
low for cash. Persons wanting Stoves watuW do we!
to call and examine his stock, particularly hai new
patterns of Parlor Stoves, among which ar lUo Gre
cian Parlor and Mound Parlor. e Ir
Cf His motto is " Quick Sales and Small PrntVs "
SfalH Hfract, Tva Uoora North of lata Brarly
Haaic, aiaMwIIial. !rio.
decl6'52-tf CARTER W. BRYAN.
X T.J. RIDGWAY i employed to carry on this
establishfoent. I keep none but the best of hands, y
S .-lit. i-i ar
? rpiN AND SHEET IRON Manufactory and
X Stove Warehouse, Wholesale an Rolail. 5
i P. A. HICKMAN, corner of Main and Bird -
X streets, nas now on hand a large assortment ol cook
SIAvM, Heating Sioves, and everv variety of tin
i ware, supply of which will be kept constantly
- on hand, by additions, as occasion may require.
Among his assortment are the following Cook
' A. COMSTQCK t CO's celebrated Prairie
Stats Cook bitoves, which ( will warrant, UT five 3
yearaV and Irving Air Tight, (BaiufactUrd in
Uuincy, III. j
Irving Air Tight, (manufactured iu Saint j
Star of the West.
fT!. biit Prcn:it!m,(Phiireh.) $
California Prerr ium.(Quincy.)
St. Louis Premiums. at
i And others, not meniioneu.
Also A lot of Copper Ware, and Tin and Sheet 5
J' Iron Ware. All which are offered at reduced J
prices for rrady pay. Country merchants and X
A people generally, will find it Iheir interest to call
$ here befort purchasing .elsewhere, for I will sell
J lower than any other house of the kind in the city, x
Old Cojiner taken in exchange for work. 5
jODDing, oi every variety, in lin, copper ana
I ,t .n.. .1 . .1 I K. ahnrt tni'tfm
Mammoth Stove store.
curt'i irmi, uune ai lira auuitvai nuiitv
i feb26 bm-aug96-6m P. A. HICKMAN.
THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE WEST
Will coaintenco fftrirt of entertainment on
8ATlTRIAY, lh 15th ofJANUARf, kl MABONTC HALL,
((Turner of Bird and Leyee treeu, up itftira-euuaiict on Hi id
Htreel,) , j
And cnniloue to lecture on the rfrnre of WITCHCRAFT
' mid I.EMONOLOGV,
VIKT EVEVIHQ TUX BHVDTHQ Will,
PtTfnriiiilic llmae feala nf aeienee rivnlini the iKiwera nf the
ancient liiagil, and embracing the wlinle arena uf Ltimuae and
THK AHilMATKO 8KKLRTON A NR TIIE tWIitnt.K
HUSI'F.Nr'lUN THE KI.VIMU and TMAVkl.lNIJ l'AKII.-i
I'll K liAMHIiKK H THICK, aa plat ed liy l.md Urn uh uikik
Ibe nll,l ' Enaland. ai the I'arleion t'luh, eiiNM.1 anil ex
plained I n.OUA'K U1KT. or the 1 N K H AmTllILK IIAi'i
the rniili lila ul a fealln-r beil eitrm-leil Irnni nnv aenlli'lliair
hut in the C"iiii.m 1 TDK WDMlKKKt'l. KL1X TK1C PIS
Tlil.l INl)lN Jt'filil.tBVl K.TIIKRIAL bUH-E.NS;ON,
ur Ihe hl.KI.I'ING AK AII. III., tic.
The Magiciaa will enter his Ttnitile of N4ic at half pant 7
Main Street, 3 doors fmia liird.
rYSTEH's, ri(Ji' FF.ET AND TUIPE, ferved
W up at ill hours, in true Delmouieo n-(.
Wmi I id.
TTT ANTED to hire, a negro manj also, a negro girl,
VY about lyn ol4. . J- A. INaLWh U V.
St, Louis tove Store,
Stove Dealer, Sheet Iron ttorkcr, Coi.
Ieimilli and Timier, ji
Main street, two doors north of " Brady House,"
iV., at wholesale ju icfS,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
I INVITE particular attention to Ihe Prize Premiun
Cook stove, which has given universal aatisfaclion
to all w ho have used it. I warrant all mv stoves foi
twelve months, and if any of the plates bieak during
mat time, i ititnisn new ones Iree ol charge.
A m i n .V.:. l...
. u,.a.t, ,cl IHIIWII tj III (Ml. tlVC,
the public are safe in taking my guarantee for Iht good
performance of the sioves kept by me.
All my stoves are manufactured of Missouri Moun
lain Iron, and for goodness of metal and beauty of
casting, iney cci any stoves maue m toe wesiem
IT" The man who moulds Hollow-Ware for G. F.
Filley is considered the best workman in the United
States, and this accounts Lpr our Hollow-Ware and
Slove Vessels being so much sn. outlier and better ihtn
any otliers you will find in Inaikct, whether made
bast or west. . . . r .
TIN AND COrrER WARE.
I have constantly on hand, a supply of TIN
WAIlE,to wlich I particularly invite the alterftion
of the country trade, as the Oualily'of uiV ware, and
the prices, shall be such as to induce them to call on
I will wholesale fo merchants living in the country
at five per cent, less than Ft. Louis wholesale prices.
1 will sell, at retail, Cook Stoves from two to three
dollars ctreapev than you can buy the same for in St.
Louis, i All or.'.e.rs fictn a dttan'ce promptly altrnded
tO. 1 " ' ' e- ,,
Give me a call, if you phase, and I will do my
oesi 10 rennir- Laustaciion. -
declGtf - CARTER W, BRYAN,
J,HLIINI'.RY AND IjHESM BfAKl$(f.'
MRS. M.' J. K.IDD
17 nc iir. t Ti il 1 if 1 n f Mi- a i)a In. lint? f ITnn
nibJ and vicinity, that she has J,,., received and WU sol!. 7
Very U-.ulil ftAtn l,n ftrt(.rali,1n i! nnr e 1 .,t.r I o.l H.iv Pmi.,!
In the Ralls Circuit Court, August Term,
1S.V2. August U5.-4.
Henry A. Harris, Plaintiff,
Samuel Yea's. Defendant
Now at this day comes lh (aid plaint ill by ins ai
tornev. and if appearing to the satisfaction of the
court, that the said defendant Samuel Yeats is not a
resylent ol or residing in ine Mate oi Missouri, un
Motion ot the said plaintiff it is ordered by Ihe Court,
that the said defendant SiiWei. Y-Uei be notified lhat a
civil action has been commenced against. Aim, by the
sairl plamt iff, Henry A. Harris, tor the sum 41 eiuiean
10-00 dollars with interest, due b note dated Febiu
aiy 91 h 1836, payable cne day after date to said plain
tiff, bearing inteiest from maturity till paid, at the rate
often per cent, per annum, and that ine said defend
ant's ptoperty has been attached, and that unles he
appear at the next term of Ibis Court, lo be begun and
held at Ihe Court House in Ihe (own of New London,
w ithin and lor said county of IUUs, on the lourth
Mondav of Maich next, and on or before the third day
thereof, answer the said plamlill's petition, the same
will be taken against him as confessed, and judgment
rendered against him accordingly, and bis property
sold to satisfy the same. And it is further ordered by
the Court that a copy of this order be publi:hed ac
cording to law.
A true copy. Teste i
SAM'L E CAUVWELL. Clerk.
E. W. South woth, Alt'y. dec9-8w.
iro i in Ihe compos lion ' 'f
Th) testimony of all miners In California an 1-A'i- .
fralia, shows that large quantities nf black iron iraM '
exist in various incniiliea of l!i golisn rjirm, h
f'.iat the tedious and exnensivn na'nre of the proces , .
separating it from Hi? gold, ha; hitherto prevented thl j
prosecutiwn of, lhat antr-prisa to any great extent.
lire blacK ratio, (cmaining iec,irntlv. t to dollar
worth lA goU in nua pound of on,,,!, In, iherejrvre '
un.f iturbeil. VVIi-re wgild is found in ihe turfac
washings, (here, 'also. soiiij. pntlion of this Mack iron
rand is intermixed, and rj washing the sand away by ' '
Ihe common process, a lare poitioucf lb(j gold; If also ,.
aia'heil away and I st. ' ' . , i, . ,(
Thee facts have arnnsed tUe 'mvnlivo.giiiu of lh
age, and apparatus nf various descriptions hav k'.i '
ronslnirtd wilh view to (he accomplD-Umcnl of Irial
deired pnrpo-e. Hut fo want of prcfisl eperineL
and a familiar knowledge of Ihe nature of quicaadyer,
they have all failed. Tne heavy sand lias arcuniuMetl
on ihe surface -of the quicksiver and prevented thet
gold from coming in contact and uniting in amjlgarai' ;
nr the quicksilver has been broken into globules, and
carried off w.th tLe sand.
The attenlion f gold miner!!, however, la invited toy
the fael, that l.a in has furna-hed Ihe) most perfect -enmbination
of scientific principle, h the movements
nf a whirlpool, which, by a proper mechanical ar ringed
mf nt, are so applied nd legulated, as aa accomplish all
(hat Ihe g ild miner (an desire in the process ot e'pa.J
rating even the finest particles of gold friro aaaiV .
as well as from rmslied quartz and other nibstaneaa.
fly a simple combination of three whirlpools ia
BTTFTVa t FERFECTKO COLD EFAKeVTOm, the Voir '
r arromplishrd, and so easily, rapidly and perfectly
lhat all who are interested or who aiiticipile keeaMaa. ,
ir g interested in gold mining, In California or Aastra ...
lia. are invited tn Tall and see its operation. ,'4
A PLUUC EkHlHITlO.N. ol the process of sea. ,
aia'ing go frntn pulverized quartx, and (rota ,
sarin, i given ai iu -o cioeic, f very morning, at thai
Gold Mming Hepot. No. H, Ka'lery- Plaee, Ni-w Yortt;
next door to the Office of lh Nicarsfjna Line of Cbw .
fornia S'eamera. , . ,.d i i j
I he .Machine is very light, compact and simple, aoa)
is packed in a small box lor transporraticaV . .j,-lf, i 1
Printed directions, wilh all Ihe tpparauo to be ol
in the process of aepaialion, are fiimish-d wll4,h ,
' -Here too, may be teen a model of lh most per. ,
fectQ iar'z Pulverixr ; and any inform ilion reialiv ,
lo gold mining, which practical experience and invest,
'gallon have enabled us to acquire, will be freely eom
municate I. ARNOLD BUFtUM . CO, ,.
jnl3 tl. . , , . j
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. .
"MOTICK is hereby given that the nndersigied has
1 obtained from the Clerk of the County tVnrtftff ,
V-il'soittiiy, in vacation, letters of adminis ration tip. '
utiltK (slate of MARY CLEAVER deceased, bear- '
ing Arlyf ember I6tli 1832. ;
All Pylons having claims against said esfale ar
hereby notified to exhibit them, duly authenticaled ac
cording to I awl, mlliiri one year front the date of said '
letters, or they iaay .be. precluded from any benefit in ' '
said estate, and if not presented within three year
from Ihe date of taid letters, they will be forever
barred. WILLIAM H. HA Vrk
Qnl3-3t f ' Adminlsftafor.
CHERRY BOUNCE, APPLE and PEACH BRAN
DIES. forsaleby , .
Jul8 J. A. l.VSLEE ft CA
This invigorating tonic, and anti-diapepfie in fcc'tlea
and for sale by dec30'52 J. A. 1NSLEE fc CO.' ' 1
UOAN, KlJiG & CO.,
WHOLESALE5 'DEALERS IN 6TAFIK AND
DRY GOODS I
Nob. 123 and 125, f
UXION HUILDIAGS;. Sli Louis Mo.
DOAN. KING 4. CO. wish to iiaecl the atleatiosl
of Western Merchants to the extent and variety
ot the stock ot UK uuuub, waicii ZmzUt;
sale at their stores, No. 123 and 125, Union Buirttregsj .
M.'.u rcct. 5?' MerebanU caa always tuui '.
here every article of fancy and staple dry goods usually
wanted, a the slock is kept full throughout the year,
by weekly shipments from the aeoipr partner, who r
sides in New York. ' 1 r ie fl
The Spring Easiness for 1853,
Will be commenced with a stock of Five Hundred
Thousand Dollars, and wa wish it to be distinctly bnJ
derstocd that we are selling and Till continue to still at
lower prices in t- Louis, than any merchant eanlnir
a retail slock atyin the Eastern cities, and land it her.
We make this plain statement in advance of Ihe season
for the spring business, that none of our customer or
merchants generally, who deal in Saint Louis, awyj bjf
induced by plausible, but incorrect representations. t
send orders to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York 01
Boston, when the same goods can be obtained on bet
ler term in fcl.fLoiiiG, whenever the demafid is for an
assortment for retailing, i, . .. ,
Pei sons wishing information at, to the comparative
meriU of the Eastern and Western markets, are refer
red to those of our customers who have tried buying
East, have compared the goods at home, on their cooo
ters, with goods bought in S' Louis, and who now buy
only here. f.'
. Merchants who have not visited St. Louis, may per.
haps, imagine lsvt business, catnap 'be-sufficiently Viti
tended heie to justify small -profits. To such we would
say, that but lew jobbing houses East have a larger
business than ours, and that as it has continued to in
crease, we have continued to reduce the profits, until
they now amount only to a eoromiaaiuu.
Purchasers of Drv Goods are reauested to enmlna
our Spring Stock, which will be complete by Wbruaryi
15, 1863. DOAN, KING CO., ,
Nos 123 And 125 Union Buildings, 6t Louts, Ma.
dec91Uw 4 . i
JrjJST received direct from Baltimore, fcrjr
supply of Cove Oyters-n'fmeiJ frtsffi
n.,i 91 "io if I A twst rr i. r. V
J. A. INSLEE It Co. Z,
ffHE introduction of Filikv's Stoves into Northern
X Missouri, to any extent, has been in the last three
ycarsj since which time Ihcy have been gradually in
creasing the manufacture and sale of ijiem; and al
though, owing to their being .light and smooth, and
something new, some little ituficiilty attended the sale
and ue at fust, yet by always making stoves and cast
lugs of the best quality of Scotch Pig and Missouri
Mountain Iron', II, ey have proved to withstand fir bet
ter than any c'.bcf Casting made in tlie Western coun
try. The Furnace Castings and Hollow-Ware partic
ularly, have been superseded by it, wherever it has
been brought into use, ana always given satisfaction.
Having nven nere a iiuinuer oi years, anil oeing
Hat ant) Cap Store No. 1.
On Main alreet, between Bird and Hill, Hacuibal. Mo,
JAMES P. MORRIS
TTi ESPECTFL'LLY reminds gentlemen in search of
4sV faubionable and serviceable Hats and Caps, that
h is prepared to Carnub articles in that line, fur fall
and winter ase, whica-cannot beiurpasjed in this city,
or cheapness and durability. t
A larg port van of his stock is manufactured in his
own shop, of the host materials and kr "Competent
workmen. His selections of hals and caps 6or men
and boys have been made wilh unusual caie, and he is
confident that his facilities' for purchasing sad manu
facturing will enable him ro sell lower than lliey .can be
benight tUewhere in Ihsclty;- ,
. ... , i 1 n,An,. - A knur. r 1 1 ...
beaver, neulrta, Kdara, rouah and ready. koas'stU aud
wool hats.' ' r' f .1 s
-llata teoaired neatly and at short notice.
He will supply country merchants, wilh Iho cost
of transportation added tb sain nilicles, asiow as
... . c. t r i- .
laey can oar purcuascu in ck. uuuim, wnii.
onriu'd a I f and beautiful assortment of the
lest blyles-pl fashionable UUN.il'. 1 S, aud oilier JMil
linery goods, which she it piepaied to sill on the most
reasonable terms. Hur stock consists in part of
Satin and velvet bonnets, emb'd gimp, plain and fig'd
ditto, plumes, leathers, tinted linings, bloomer hats,
lig'd satin lustrings ribbons, veils, einb'd under-sleeves
and Chemisettes, laces, all kinds and colors, gloves,
false curls, bugle head dresses, belts and buckles, band
AnJ a variety of flowers of the nmst fashionable
kinds. Mis. K. invites ladies to call uihI examine her
ttock;she issuie lliey will be pleased. Hergoodsmny
ttf sen lor ine present at tier resilience oil Taimyr Av
enue, lie Main street. ocU
and as to Ihe operation o! our celebrated Prize Premium
Cook Move, just lead the orilifnales of those who
have used them, and are using them now. And anoih.
er advantuge a puicl.u-cr w ill hate in buying a St
Louis stow of us, he would not only begetting a stove
nude ol the Ejst material in the woild, but he can at
any lime get an cud piece or plate without any charge,
hy letting us know lh.it such is wanted, as all our
stoics are wau.viU'd, and, in ee of imperfection, lb
articles w ill be promptly made good to the purchaser,
which he will not liud ihe car, wiMi C'inriniifi, t'Aw
euro, J'ifft6urgh, a:ut li.ulcin n,.iJ( S I'D V ES, as cK
cannot pet any odd pieces. 'en iftliey werawr
raided, u would be luipoasible to get add plates from
such a lUatauce. i , ,
CAPPING THE CLIMAX!
HAT AND CAP STORE No. t In v Hannibal,
where can be tound the bvgest and best assort
ment of bats avid caps, embracing, in part, lb follow
No. I fashiouable silk hats.
No. 4 do do do
No. I otter, fashionable shape.
Dot do ti inch crown. Hi brim,
Russia . do do do
A-ligola hals, different stylos.
Kossuth Hats of all qualities and styles.
Kongh and Keady do, do
Wool UaU', all kinds, for men bnd boy a,
CAPS. - '
l'lu.'h caps, all atytos and qualities.
Men's mohair cans. ' j .1
Men's and hoys' sloth raps.
Men's and boys' cloth caps.
Men's and toys' silk gtaxed caps.
Men's lct caps. - T
tVteu's fin otter seal caps.
AH tilevea at invited lo call and examine (or
tlcTsv I . , JAMES P. MOKKI!;. V.
eai aid Mam Mreel, lomlh door worn Hint. ,
TO PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY, aWlk Cha
Ca Store, on Bird, between tin and Third
Sireets, t Stairs," the following .1 1 i cle,' for wbkk
the HIGHEST market piic wif t p aid In goods, at
Ihe very lowest cash prices' ' .
6u0 Dozen pairs of good horn kri . Socks, lor Jlesk
Boys aid Children 1 r .
300 Doxen pairs of good horn knit, Stockings, for L-
oiea, misses bdi cauuren i : ,
100 Doxen pairs ol, good bo rue Glove and Mit
r... ai. ...4 . ' r- I
200 Pounds of goo. Home-pun Knitting Tarn, jttt
tutted tolrt' r f
2500 yards of g sod olue,mlxed and Blown home-aaad
Jeans ; ' '' . '
l,b00 yards of good pUid horn mad Linsey, BrigM
I olor 1 ' . ("4
1,000 yanls of good while borne-made Linsey t
600 u . u FUnuefi
1,(100 ' FU fjnen; 1
500 c u and Tow Linen t '
In addition to tlx above, immiu men, women and chil
dren, x CASH PURCHASERS," lo buy goods at an
advance ol len per ceni. upon at. Vouis " W ki()I.e
SALE PRICES." to feb!9l M. MOOivK.
i it 1.
J ' u i. .1
Alexander Buford,and others, "
William Buford, Thomas Bu-
ford, Mary Hill, and her I
husband, Simuel H.
aad others I
TflTlr1!!. im Ii.mI,. .:.. Tir-.n: Tl..r--.l Tt
-- m, vj ,.m r tv imam sjnioru, jukh.
Il as Ritfordi Mary Hill and. Sirnuel M IliH. LuVr
husbai j heirs or di(rihutees of the estal of $djy
ford; deteaud.thal a- pliwalion will b mad loth
V-ou" ot saia Louary, on ihe tvsi day 01 in
May term ol jid ljit. for an order td tell Ihe srare
belonging to said estate, and tor rfisiributiosr of, the
broceeds according tola. ALEX. Blrob;D
1 . . per J. p, Lancaster, agent fcr ptiastili
janl3 8w. ' 1 ,'
NOTICE U hewby given lo all persons concerned
or interested in Ilia estate of JliriF.PH TAPLEY,
dee'd, lhat I 'iall apply to the Ralls Comity Court, lo
he held in lh town of New London, on the first Moo
day in Februarv, IKiil, to make a hnai sclllcSieul of
nijr adminutiition ol said estate.
Adui'r ii fcmisnoav
1 1 .