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"Down Goes the Price!"
.' ' ' Uatrh galea mmA kmalt IrAt '
tttcftp f'nth Mrr, on flint, between
NAin mill Third Mrrdi,
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fTMfF. ?rnsrt:iBK.n returns his sincere thstilss to
X the f itirens of llawiihnl and vicinity, 'ar(i--
Urfy thf Mitt," forttitir liberal palrnaagc, and
kope to mrrit continuation o the tame,.
The f ropfifnr will rondiirt his business in the sm
ntau tnd piinciptes that like i s'oblishmeols in New
York and Billon are now conducted. He will adhere
alitctly to the MINK PRICK SYSTEM" Every
article ill bit market) Hi Ihe very l.otvcut ( nrli
Price," (ml no variation will bo made, unlets lor
damagw. ' No noMcpresenlatinm or limine urging will
b allowed. I' i ny lirlfin.limlion lo ilu ttrviglit
foiwinl nJ hnnordbl buiinrn, mt Tire from lh
Irirka n romnvin lo ilin Inilo, mul lo nak my en'ab
lisliml)( hn (Hartivf anil dxiiable roil l imrcUai
en.Oir anything undrf Hie iismf nl Dry tiol.
My aloitk i?oiii!ii,iiiait. aa follow:
Printa, vrry alj b ami crlir,c lo 1 He, for Ihe hl
Mrrimkrt ami Codivci; r'iiriiilmi ito, fie In Pr.,
mllrr colmi aollil ewii. yellow, blue anil Imir, Vic;
fancy K'rnrh Oil Cliinls, -21 high rulorrit, faMiicna
ble Wonaliii il Liio, I lc, ISc, Mic, lc, I lie, 2 if,
and l ie I ('-hmi-rra, 2Mr lanrv fliion. bin (iinired
Vim Hilkff, $1. $1 lll.ai.il $1 blnck (iiode Hliine
Silk, 9) inch, l. lo $1 .K'; Flounce Bilka, all col
or, ilif Oil hilk Tic p-r yard. Jacourt Mnains Ido
to3irt Hmpdtlo. I Jtr lo aitpcrniiv Dlrarhtl Miw-
lin, 7c He. U, I'ic. i Sc; lllpached H:iwl ing, thrco
ytriw wide, HM i line Ilinwn tsliiiln c, l"c, like. 1.11c
ami lioay No. 1 Pi own Hheelinx. 7c, 4-1 8c,
S-4 1U1C I fine brown ami bli-acliril trill . Ic l brown
Carrion HannH. f.KW llcj llkaclml do. lic Brnwn
do for lining, H;cj While Flannel, nil wool. iiV, c,
35c. mi. 5 "c hd Si, 3H and 3.'ici yrlluw, 3:ic.
Plaid hinaeyi, li,-, Si'e, 41k-. Fin- K. JbjIi 3:lc.
Tweed Cn-inieien. (Mir and 7lc. Hluck Cafinl 7t)c.
MiiriiiiK aid Apron 'heck, 10 to I cj up. 1 tr ki ,
, I, r ai d Kl a ,1c. Fienrli (.Inph.irn, Iv'Jc lo 2 e
or Irt-ti I..en, si ft liuish, 45c, S'lo, li.'x: and 70c j
dove colored do, 4-4, 3Hc; Linen Towel Dinner, l.'le; I
cooiBK'M brown l inen Table C'lollia, $1 and (I AO per
pair. Fine Nantren I0c black, green, chanfreolile
and1 4ove cdorrtt Kng'h Merinoea, 40c, Mv, and 5-4
6.o. llain block ami filmed cliargeuble Molnir
Irva, f.'ic, 30c. 40c, A5c,and 65c. Frnifriii, all colors,
ahi,e and Widths, fiom ( Inch to Hie mott fashionable
6 iAch; hluck at from I cent to (I per yard tit of, 6(1
bolf; -A-hite Cmtnin Fringe 8c to lUjct Silk Lare .10c
to 45c j Cotton Ktlgti g and Lace lc to Ilk: Lsilis'
8wia Kmbroidered Collari 12 l-2c to nOc; .Mourning
do 17 1-2 to 9ue. Genla' lakliionable Linen Shirt-Col-lark,
3 cent! a:h ) doMiiit -llosotns, 12 l-.'c each)
8wiM MnMin and Linen C'ambne liandkerthiets, Iik.
In 35c ; Silk do 35c lo hbe j fancy Cravats 50c to $1 ;
Fancy Plaid l)e Laine do, 95c per dozen, hemmed ;
colton flf Handkerchiefs, 8 cenl; plaid Madrai do,
12 l-2c. Fancy Satin Slriped Vesln.Mc; do tilk fij
nre and woraled, heavy, for winter, $1 per vest; Velvet
Riiundabonla, $1 50; lllanket Overcoats, $1 SO) 400
yards fancy Unhinnable Veslincs, cheap j Vest, Coal
ml Pant Button. Agate Shirt do, 3 do.en for 5 cents.
Zephyr Wonrteda, 1 cent per kein. Infants', Mim
es' aud Laities' Cotton and Yarn los; do do Moves.
Hen s lierlin Lined, 30c; grey and red cloinll Ktiilling
Yrrns; Silk Arm Elastics j Misses' and LjiIk s' Cot-
J Stale Shawls, $,
fin double do, $6 20;
Scarfs, 50c. i
$3 25, $3 40. $1 50, $2 00,
small yarn do. 20c j Berage
Needles, Ihe best brands assorted in papers, 5c; steel
Knitting Pins, 5 rents perdozen; Pins, assorted, 5 cts;
silk anil cotton Corset Laces; Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Port-Monaies Mohair Coat Binding ; 7 gross black
Cotton Tae, at 3 cents per dozen. Unm Suspenders,
from 10c !o 6CC. White Linen Braid, three bunches for
Scents; Skein Silk, Patent and Cotton 1 hnads, all
colors Coats; Spool Cotton; letter, Foolscap and
Perforated Paper; Hieel Pens, Pen holders, Drawing
Pencils, Elate do; Copy Bnccsaud Rad Ink; Cloth and
Plash Caps, 25c to 60c; M. H. Fur Caps, 60c to $1 25;
Eii-i'Xip tr IS sni ! 89 vx M-n's do
$i 90 infants' Mis.e,' and Lvliet' Laced Boots ;
Mines' re wed and Pef,ed Slippers, NosXO, 1 1. 11,
IS,' I and , t X.1 cents per pair; Boyi'-srod Men's
Brogans ; Cotton Batting. 10c, pound bunches; white
and atiaw colored silk Bonnet Wire; Cotton do; Me
tallic Eylets, 8 cents per gross; black Hat Crape; Hair
Brushes, 25c, 40c, 50c, 00c. Ridding Combs; Tuck
do Fine do, 6c to 30c. Velvet Trimming; Bonnet
Ribbon, and assorted colore Lutestring do. . Buckskin
Morey Bells, 30c; Lauibswotl and Silk Under-bhuts,
fc.c, ftc. '
. A libetal discount made to Hiofc hying to sell again.
' The citizens ot Hannibal, and Marion and the ad
joining counties, are respectfully solicited lo an exam
ination of my stock on visiting the city. I flatter mv-
self that (he si) le, elegance, durability and prices of
IDC goous win meei me approuanon oi an.
- T REMEMBER THE FLAG SIGN, Bird street,
Up 8' airs.
t.25-y ' 8. M. MOORE.
In the Hull Cinuit
State or Missooai, )
- County of Ralls, ) '
Thomas J. Miles, Plaintiff, 1 Civil Action
, , .. against to
Samuel C. Ely, Defendant. ) foreclose mortgage.
v Mow at this day comes the said plaitil Of by his at
torney, and it appearing to the Court, that Ihe said de
fendant ia not a resident of the State of Missouri, on
motion of Ike plaintiff. It is ordered by the Court that
the taid defendant Samuel C-. F'y he notified of Ihe
commencement of lliie huit, Ihe object ami general na
ture of which is to foreclose Ihe equity of redemption
in and lolbe following described Real Estate, situated
in Ihe county of Ralls, in the State of Missouri, to
wit r The North-East Quarter of the North-East
Quaiter pi Section 10, in Township 50, Range 6 West,
and that unless lie be and appear at the next term of
thia court, which will be begun and held at the Court
House in the town of Now London, within end for said
ounty of RalU.on the FOUR I II MONDAY OF
MARCH N EXT, and ou or before the thiid day
thereof, answer the said plaintiff's petition, the same
-v-u -!. b4t biro -AS rnnfsHMt. an, t iuilnmeut
entered accordingly. And it is further ordeied by the
Court, that a copy hereof be published according to
A true copy. Teste t
BAM'L K. CALDWELL, Cleik.
' rATT fc Redd, Atl'js. decti 8w
iBiproveBient in Antagonistic Dcnlistrr.
'lAIt. S. II. ANDERSON would respectfully
AJ inform the ci.izcns of Hannilinl and country
esjiecially, tliat he i inserting teeth on an im
proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the
functions of mastication, cannot be surpassed.
Dr. A. will guarantee to any person who wants
ut ot teeth let their jaw he ever itn irreg
ular or badly deformed lroin the loss of Iheui
nd absorption that lie will make them a cl
that will arltionij5e or hut together aa regular
ly and aa perfectly the first time they are put in
the inoulh, without any grinding or altering, as
their natural teeth ever did. Any person nisli
ing evidence of tlii, if they will call on Dr. A.
lie will show Ihem. eyernl entire upper and
- lower sets right liera in the city, and let thcin
Judge for themselvea. rnrlKUlur attention
" given U 111 lrflttfu?t of ui lisease of the
mouth, wid the inaUjioMlion or the teclh.
All operations wurruuted, and churea reason
N. B. Persons from the country wanting
work done, mid being uiiucipiuiiited with the
true mrritx nnd nkill of ihe Dentists in lliit city,
" would tft well to iniiuire here in the city, where
, lliey are both known.
USu-e aver UfiltiJighain Drug Store.
rint.1 Settlement i
NOTICE is hereby given-U) all peuont coi eeined
or i.terested in Iha fstalo of JOSEPH K.
JOHNSON, dee'd, late of the county ol Ralls and
' 8'ate ol Misooiui, that I shall spply lo the next I'io
bat Coin! lor the county of Rails, lo be held in (lie
' town if New London on ihe lirt Monday In Febru-
rv. 1 5. or aa soon tl.erralier as counsel can ne
leard. lo inako a final wtHleiuont ol mv aitininlstta-
:on of sa d eitate. JOHN M. JOII.NSU.,
flail J'3i-4I A'lmiinMralor.
" ' " Fnr.su mi: it.
IKML'Ef, ntJTLF.lt Hit opened a new nJI'AT
J HI'ALLtvl I U comer of Hill Hfeel nd t fa g's
Alley, whera all killd" of ft"1' meals, skii.ages, At .,
may b bad ou lU reasonable lrru.1. uov io-lf
McLran's Volcanic Oil i.lnhufnf.
AMOffiJ Ibn many rlicoreriea that liava lecet lly
bejn made in the medical science, none claims the
attention of f lie public mote than McLenn'i Volcanic
The "Volcanic Oil," w tich Is the buU l Ibis vain,
able Liniment, is a production from Nature's own lab
oratory, and when rliemically combined, as in Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, with other powerful,
yet soothing and healing leinrdinl egents, produce Ihe
mcml perfect f nd eiHcacious reuicdy that has ever been
llr'ieil lo the afllicled. '
It has been icitcif b Ihoiimnits. ami ia not on in
stance has it failed in giving speedy and permanent
It lias enral Paralysis, niiinntim. Weakness i
Ihe iniurlrs ( iini, unilnieiin, SI ill Joints, Sprains,
hiiiites, Piiins in the Rack. Loins and hides, Agna
Cake. Soreness of Femnle's Uirnsls, Scabls, burns, Sj:i
mil Affections, Neuralgia, Sore throat. Swellings, ami
liiflsmm.il ions, and various other external diseases and
When applied, its soothing inflnenre is almost Imme
diately felt, rrlicvinif the moat severe pains. It will
cleanse and purify Ihe foulest ulcer, anil it ill remove
any unnatural lumps, noil or tumor no dilferenre
how long it may have existed. II penetrates lbs fle-th
to the seat of disease, dissolving ni removing the
cause, thereby producing a speedy and permanent cure.
Here is tli rioir.
Ma. J. II. McLkan, Proprietor of McLean's Vol
canic Oil Liniment Sir: 1 do not know a teller way
of expressing my gratitude for the benefit I have le-
ccived fmm Ihe use ai your Liniment, llioii by having
it published. . r
I have been grievously afflicted for eighteen years,
w itn ulcerous sores on liolli my limbs. At the tun I
commenced using your Liniment, from mv knees down
lo my toes was lileially covered with sores. I Imve
tiled many of the most eminent phytieians in Europe
and the United Siales they could heal up I lie tores,
but in a few days tliey would break out worne thon
ever. I nave tried many remedies j J used six boltlos
of the Mexican Mustang Liniment, but it did we no
My husband and fiiends advised ine to use
McLean's Volranic Oil Linimeul ; I (old them nothing
would relieve mi but my giave. . .
But oni of my neighbors, whose nn-ers were drawn
c ooked by rlieiiinalism, used voilr Liniment, and il
relaxed the muscles, and slraigliteued his lingers in a
short lime. . This induced uie to get one botll. . I ap
plied it, and it removed the pains. Two bottles more
lieHtetl up the sores and cored me entirely.
No pen can describe the joy feel, now I can walk
without being toitured to ilealli by such piercing pains;
or the gratitude I feci towards llie'iliscoverer of such an
M IiS. MARY MACKEKHAUD,
Residence in rear of Phenix Engine House.
Messrs. Gemp and Fosold, druggista, P-27 Caiondelet
avenue, will, at any time, certify to the above state
ments. The above miraculous cure shoul-t prove to
every well governed mind lliat McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment is far superior (o any other Liniment, and
more elfiracious than any other remedy thel has ever
been discovered. In fact it speaks lo every maa- aud
woman, saying. ."suffer no longer from local pains or
diseases Mcl.EAN'.S VOLCANIC OIL LINI
MENT WILL RELIEVE YOU."
It will also cure horses that have the scratches, fis
tula, poll evil, sweeney, wind galls, sore shoulders or
saddle galls, bruises, strains, old sores, or any swell
ing. Read the following
1'roin a rrnciisina; I'liyslclao. i
Mr. J.H. McLean Sir: 1 wish lo add my testimony
to the great virtue of McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
I have used your Liniment on sores, bruises, &c, and
it always cured them sooner than any other remedy
I ever saw. I am using it now in a case of erysipelas
and the patient is doing well. - I have used it on a
horse that had the sweeney and it cured hiin in a short
time ; also my saddle horse got lame from a lump he-
low the hock joint be had also the scratches eiy
nan. i useu ine Mexican mustang J.inunent and sev
eral preparations of my own, but could do him no good.
1 rutbrd J'.cLsr.r.'s Volcsr.ic Oil Linv--"! r-n Mt-
twice, and it killed the scratches and reduced the
swelling. A few more applications cured him entirely,
1 advise every F'AHMKK o Keep a supply always on
hand, lor it is a v ALU A ulk 1,1 I ftl r.iVI .
S. J. GILLIAM, M. D-,
. Mascoiitah. Ills.
We sav to Ihe public, beware of liniments that are
separated. Ask only for the tine and genuine Volcanic
Oil Liniment. It is in squaie bottles, with Ihe name
McLean's volcanic nil Lanimeiii, blown in I lie giasj.
Take no other, and you will get a true remedy, and
one which can always be relied ou.
t3T Tno above Liniment is for sale in Hannibal, by
auU J. L.. JiAlllKWS, Agent.
CIlAItLES G. MARTIN.
WM. It. MAUT1.N
Martin & Brother,
No 118 Main St, St Louis.
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
Great inducements to Cash and Trompt Men
At lower prices than ever before offered.
WE have this day commenced opf ning our immense
FALL STOCK that we have been receiving the
past months and we will continue (o receive regular
tliroilguout the season. 1 bis Fall we feel fully conli
dent of giving our fiiends and customers full satisfac
tion, as wo have used our utmost endeavors in Ihe
manufacturing of our Full Stock, and we are confident
it cannot be excelled by nnv.
fry You will pleaso call and examine for yourselves.
vr Mono l.arge Miles ami small profits.
..MwnrjN .v iuifrriiF.n.
No. 113 Broadway ( No. 114 Main street,
New Yoik. J I St. Louis.' ,
; i'5-Iy t , '
, PORT, MADEIRA nnd SWEET MA
Wines of superior (j'ialitv, (or sale by
J. A. INSLEE ft CO.
Look out for the Old Lumber Yard.
"T J ELL seasoned Pine Lumber suitable for all build
IT ing purposes, can all times be had at the Old
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which has been established 8
years. T he proprietor deems it unnecessary to pull his
uumnerio inane u sen, or lo say a.iy ining about ex
perience in the business except to those who never nur-
chased fiom li i in. He would remark ihatan experience
of eight years in the business gives the decided advan
tage over any other who never had tzperieuce his
Lumber liat been nurciiased tor casli and selected with
great care, from the best mills in the Pinery. Me
chanics and otliers wishing to purchase Lumber would
find it to their advantage to call and examine the stock
of Lumber and Nnnilej at the Old Lumber Yard be
fore iiurchai:.g elsewhere. It you cannot eel it for i
less price, I will guuiantee you can get it as low ami a
better article lor ttie same money. Also, Lumber, Shin
gles and window rash.
JUT Don't lorget the Hig Sign on the wes side of
lunii, ociwecu uiru anu inn suevn. I40 jilt fortae
Sign of THOS. S. Ml. iEK'S
f'b2Gtf . LUMPc.R YARD,
JNO. S. OLATrilt'OKD. ROUT. S. WHITNET.
Kulianf and Diiakir Housr
O F 11 L A T C 11 F O K D & AV II I T N E Y.
i EXCHANGE for sale, and collections made-on all
J the principal cities; sight and time bills, certifi
cates, and foreign bank notes purchased. Remittances
made lor corirspundeuts, wiihout charge, at current
rales lor r.xcnange.
Laud Warrants bought and sold. nov Itf
WE CONTINUE to maiiufactiit and kep con
siatMlv on hand, a large supply of our celebraled
' Black Bursa" brand of Whisky as rure an atticle.
aud always ut as low a price as can be bad in Ihe mar
ket. IjeXl-UJ J. A. l.M,tl, ,Vt ,
C1CJAR AND TOBACCO STOUK!
WhulMtile anil II' tail, fcoul li..iiJ ( iiiuir ut MmIu uuil
. il. i.i:i:u c Aitnot; 1st.
KFFI' l-nni-ninH. on I. ii tl iln vi rv b,-al MIHSiU'RI ANU
V IttiiiM A I'llllyri 'll; r.M i r ol ,K .p. 1,1,11. . ; hUn.
KIMJ 'I'l'U l i! : t.ihi. mid lU.i) 11 K(. W.IA, I KINt'lfK
.MKI.hi: u.l I IJM.MOS I lii IIH-.and mi( llkli u.uullj
kijM lu llnul lint. Ai'p'y SI Ihf KIL'll 111 Ilu 1
Elg Ziidian. I
Ne it ('tear and Toltac f o Store !
ronNF.lt' MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS
LEEK . ARBOOAmT r happy to inform their
l'i tends and the public generally thai lliey hv se
cured room ia SHOOT k DAVIS' new buildns?,
(and will open in a lew days) for Ihe purpose of es
tablishing a Bsshcu of Ihoir business, whera lliey will
be prepared lo fill all orders in their line, at cheap, il
not cheaper, thin any other houe in the city. They
have jutt received, per steamer 81, Paul, a choice se
lection of Tobtcco, Cigaia, Snuffs, Pipes, tee., fcc.t and
they can duly say I heir stock of goods is the laigest,
uetit and most complete a-ortmeut ever off red in Han
nibal. The following comprise a part of their Brands
lO.OIKI El Sol Keglia)
5,t0 I .a Union do.
5.000 I .a Paloma do.
h.000 1-a Normns;
20,000 ,lilo Sanr. Principcs
15,tKH) Cmnjiion Regalias
I0.0IK) Half tipanlfh;
Virginia Clicwinp; Tnlmcco.
Wm. Hate's. Je-se llate'a, James Thomas', and Slh
D. J. Girth's No. 1; Henderson's No. 1; F.uck tier's
No. I; J.imiMMi't No. 1; Dansman's Clierry Juica No
lj Midl'ett i Harris' 5 Lump.
AH of which we will sell low fnrrah.
fori 1 1 LE ER ft A 1! BOO A ST.
lleceiveil A hf w lot of Imperial Cigur.
t. C. TWICHELL &
' FOBWAEDlttO AXD
JKO. W. TWII HEI.I..
&. MOURIDtJ E,
COMMISSION AND FORWAHDING I1QUJ1',
Corner Cotnineicial and Pine Streets.,
saint Loom. j :,:
TflLt promptly atteml to all consigmncnts, and i
V will make liberal cash advances. j Ji.
XT Orders for purchasing will he f rompily filled at 1 11
the lowest possible irires. '2'
Geo. Collier. St. Louis. F.llisft Morton, Cincinnati. ; f
Page ft Bacon, do. Strader ft t.orinaii, do. y-
I'h.irless. Blow ft Co., do. Hosea 4 Fraer, ' Ho. T
hontean ft Valle, do. Springer ft Whiteman, do. ' -II.
D. Newcomb 4 Rio., W. B. Reynolds, .ouis-ir
Louisville. ville. '
T. C. Twichell 4 Co., New Orleans. (fcbSTiil) i .;
Lt ( lirr TliunuVr! '
Candidates in the Field,
COL LINS & BIl E E D
mAVE NOW ON HAND and for sale at their
store, on Main street, Hannibal, Mo.. a large and
well selected stock of new
fall ami Winter Goods,
Embracing, in part, as follow. -C
loths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Winter Tweeds,
Kentucky Jeans, Handkerchiefs, Satinets,
SP.:, A'.;:;cc:, .! L"'". (.!..
Calicoes, Linteys, Flannels, Irish Linen,
Bl'ch'd ft Bro. Domeitics,Bcd Tickings,
Shawls of all kinds, Gents' Cravats and Glooos,
Swiss and Book Muilin, I adies' Dress Goods,
Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps, Glassw are,
Queensware and Groceries, &c.
In addition to the above, we have various other arti
cles, too iiutneroue to be mentioned here. Great care
lias been taken to select the best styles, and special
attention has been paid to buying them cheap, which
will enable us to sell them as low as any other house
in this section of country. We return thanks to our
friends and the public generally, lor the patiotiage so
liberally bestowed on us, and hope by strict attention
to the old maxim of ' Small profits and quick sales,"
to merit a continuance of the same. As we make no
charge for showing our goods, buyers may find it to
their advantage to exa r ine our stock before purchasing
elsew here, please o It and examiue for yourselves.
November 25, novl3y
I want Everybody lo Read This.
WILL merely say novy Ati:?TJZK
that I have moved mv 3&&w&K
Family Grocery nnd Flour BSE1?
Depot to South-west corner of Main and liird
streets, where I shall bo pleased to see my old
friends, ticw customers, little children, ladies,
;iuid the rest of mankind.' I have a great many
vsesary (lungs to sell for the comfort and conve
nience of fallen humanity, such as groceries,
spice, witsh tubs, wash boards, scrubbing
brushes, brooms, soap, candles, and tarj together
with a great many thino that I have not got !
I also keep butter, eggs, and corn meal, when
they are to be had; bui I always have tho re
nowned Eagle Mills FI.OUR acknowledged
by all to be the best article ever sold in Hanni
bal in i'acU 'it culi't be beat.' Everybody call
und sec me; I'm in a hurry this morning no
time to talk. (Jood bye till we meet.
auimrj T. JACKSON.
DEALER in lumber, shingles, lath, sa.h, 4c, &c.
(IHice at the Couiilin room of Miller .St pogue's
Lumber Yard, ou the Comer of Hill and Third streets,
Har.t.ibal, June 10, 1852. -tf
Tim., s. mi Lira. am. B. ponrs
MILLER & POGUF.,
(Successors to Tl'os. S. Milb.r.)
Wholesale Grocers it General Commission Merchan
No. i evee, Hannibal, Mo.
'I 'HE undeisigned havi entered into co-partner.
X ship for Ihe purpose of transacting Ihe Grocery
ami i.eiieral t i mmission business, under the name am:
style of M II. I, Kit U PUGL'E at the old stand olThos
!s. M.Itr, No. 3. Levee.
THOS. S. MILLF.lt,
GEO. U. PO(HTE.
Hannibal, . Inne 10, 1852. (jel'J-tf)
MRS. CATHARINE E. HARRIS,
S prepared to accommodate a gentleman and his wife
Willi boariliii" nd alto a lew day boar.lers.
Resideuce ou Hill, between Main and Third streets.
rTMIE follow ine choice brands: OTARD. DITPtfY
At CO.. PIN ET, CAST1LLON, A SE1GNETT E
BUL' VLT, JEL'XE, &c.j wtrrantt.il pine, and lor sale
ny IJUiy nj J. A. l!Sl.hK & CO.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
lARMEHS AND MERCHANTS eiuiiing to lian.
X nibal with the intention ol belling wheat and buy
ing Hour, would do well to call and see us beloie sidl
ing or p'lrclias'iu; elit-w lieie. lUmember Hie big stone
Alill on 1,11 it, L.,-1 ween Alain ami I mid sjiceU. t.'ive
l!Seall. A S KOKA1UIS &. S().
11" N. B. O.ir Flour is s ld now here else but at (be
Mill. Eveiy sack and bai rel is btaiujed w itii our name I
vii It : j
fnovf) I'A. S. ROBAKDd it SQS." '
JANUARY 20, 1853.
The Cheapest -ever Offered
MM -MaTtk WWaTHBM.lCa
J. T. KAYliUHN.
"tTE are selling oiirgomlioll at such prices as will
V enuble persons wniiling goods lo buy mote gnoaV
for less money than was ever lone before in Hannibal.
Our stock of goods is complete Oi
ALMOST EVERY VAIUI'-TY
common lo uses and w ants of every person. All we
Feint is a call lo convince the people of ihcie fads. I
piiri haie my gont for cash, and at very low rules,
which will enuble me to
Our stork consists in articles as follows:
limits ti Titl Shoes, nil kinds,'
(iiiei'iiswnre very late styles;
CMdlliinif cut to fit;
of All kinds and varieties;
Cash paid for Wl.eat to.1 of the tnaiket.
Our customers will always find W.lf. P. OWSLEY
ready lo wait on them.
Remeirber the tore, J. P. RA YBURN, Commercial
Row, (opposite the Biedy House.) (iny-tl)
nOFFETTTsTILLVELL & CO.,
COW MISSION M EKCJIANTS
No. 11, I.iCUt t., (Iit Mail's,)
M'. LOUIS, MO.
t ONE TilOUS.VNU DOLLARS.
y rpo any petpon who will furnish us, within
t; X. three year, a Set of Patterns for a
i COOKI.YG STOVK.
; Supeiior to the "Prairie State," in ils operation.
durability, neatness ot lihisii anil ite-ign, we will
pay the above mimed s'un of onf linmnrrHolurj.
Tbir new and beaiitilul Stoe present j ilsulf ex
teinally. in a plain die is, accoinpann d with just
and admirable proportions, giving it the appear
ance of a chaste and tastefully made piece ol fur
niture. Tbe (lues, upon which (lie lesponsibility ami
reputation of a Stove depend. i.ilf. r limn any eer
beluie used, and aie of such construction and ca
pacity as lo insure the most perfect diaft, w ithotit
tiie liabiitty to li!l up, and is acknov. Ib.'mI by all
wlio ita.u n.-Mjd 'lie i.at cor,Vs...c:.t
durable Stove now ill use.
COMSTOCK ft CO.
Qnincy, Illinois, 18S2.
The above Stove is sold by P.
A. HICKMAN, i
at the HANNIBAL STOV
E STORE, Corner of
Main and Bird slree's
tr P. A. HICKMAN, is the only
Hannibal, lor the above Stove.
Hannibal, July, 22, Pt52-6m i
i Hi-! ! A H H ' ;j. '-KH r?H:-:fl -f ' ; S h rl -.
1 V ifi l!OX,-s CANDY OF SUPERIOR QUAL
J Jf IT Y assorted vaiieties just received, ami for
sale veiy low by (agi-tf) J- A. INSI.EE ft CO.
Book and Job Printing
np cviav nsscsirrins.
Neatly executed, at the ullice ot the
IIA.W1UAL. JOt'HNAL AND VNIO.V.
L AKI'n, ftc,
Printed in good style, and upon reasonable terms.
nnmv i t, KM ENS. Pro.
ttHAMPAGNE. of various brands, just received end
I for sale by July HJ J. A. INSLEE ft CO.
CUB A CVand REGALIA CIGARS, for sale by
July 8 J. A. INSLEE ft CO.
RANDY CH F.RR1ES, a prime article, for ssle by
Julys J. A. lASI.r.i1. t
HliADV llOl SK.
CAPT. A. S. ROBARDS, formerly of
the Slate of Kentvrky, having taken
the Brady House in the City of Han nibal,
Mo., for a term of years, would respect
lully solicit a liberal share ot Public patronage. He
would not make any extraordinary promises, but he
wishes so to conduct the House, as to make it deserve
the patronage which he hones it will receive l-lavim.
a general acquaintance through this and the adioirinv
Slates, he will take pleasure in coinmunicating such
iufoiination to tiaveleis as they may desire; Hannibal
being the point of eiubarcution, for a large portion ol
the travel to and from the country bordering on the
W He w ill at all limes be prepared toaccominmlate
the travelers with horses, can iages and wagons, iic.
as means of conveyance to any distant point.
April 7th, 1852. (aprS-tf)
w A TCI i. ma it r.a
Wain street, Hannibal, Mo.
'I'lir. subscriber has permanently located in this city
X and is always prepaied to repair watches, broken
jewen v,.e., in me wosi nurKmaniiKe manner, and on
the most resonahle terms. He has n ow on hand, anil
ontlantly leceiving fresh supplies of the linest and
most fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, tec, from
the best importing houses in the east. His stock is
iiiisiiipasseu oy any oiner nouse in tne city, and those
who givennn a call will be satished with his bargains;
as he oilers great inducements to purcho-sers.
1 lie citizens ot M 11 1011 and Ralls counties are re
spectfully invited tc give ine a call. Store on Main
street, opposite the "Great Weslern f -eptS J
Jo.! i.-ceiicd in addition to his Conner stock, a Mip
ply of Ear Lillys, Pius, &c. Al-o J veiy line lot of
t Ear l.i:ig. new style. Mnilli's New ioili Gold
wai runted-a very line arliete. Oct 'J I.
.S. L V. Si S l i
f the. Grand Orioi'a' ',Lnk Koostcr.)
I I AVE
just received, per steamers K-irulator and
Jhii tninpson, a laiueand fresh luinoilatioii of
iiroceries anu i.upiois as muow
New Orleans Sugar.
Belcher's S. H. Molasses
Belcher's Clarified do,
Belcher's Cni-lied do,
impel iui Tea,
Young Hyaon do,
Re-boiled plantation do,
Ne Oi leans do,
Eelcher's G. Syrup,
1. 1 tl V O II S :
O'ard Plainly, Jamaica Ruin,
V. P. Vineyard do,
A. Seignette do,
Santa C1112 do,
New England do,
All of winch we will sell at wholesale or retail, and
very low for Cam! I
Hannibal, Aug'if-t 20th . 52. sQlf
The Arrena Mill
S now in full operation, and will buy all the Good
Wheal aud Corn olfered for sale at their Mill. We
keep ou hand the best article of Superfine Family
noyr lor sale, or we will xciuii Hour for neat.
We will always sell as low or Tower than Ouuu v
Flour ran he had of the same quality.
tun aim examine ior ynurseii.
A. S. UO BAUDS & SON.
Hannibal, June 3, lH'r2-ff.
Notice to Country Merchant.
WOODM.LVS CULEMl 1TUD SOAP.
I MIK mihArriln'r ar now pri purrd o
rclt tir.tlt il urlH iv of Utiltit-aiUc t't till
ni'ciile orders! i'nr itiip
oMoiny in any ijimutiiicu,
ami at Hie aduuii t noin u
lo UioM! Hhn lire unHrunnlnlf-il with II prop -ri !, we will
iiifM'ty nay loat by living ll a prWm nn- nvrr onlinaty ioiip
KH-Uiaw ta:: be w.lu d with hull il unual labor, und m u
i'l mil (1 din rtluiu fur Uff acrtinnanvfnf r-ui It pn kne-
Ail. lie WuojiiJ.W 4. l-'M.i.J-.l!, .
No, H hj. Ciiailca Btn ft, mar 'I hinl,
$iyA) Ota hi. Luma, My.
I '.- ...1.1 1.! c V- ---rrTir-''3 -. r:r:; Tr'K
b fjsl iil?3Sl28aV f! "hits -A-, kl f!
n x a vt'P A PTI1I KilS nnd iwa
ANfFACTrltEltS and TValers in Italian and American .uaiuie. iney nave now on n and a good asavrf
met.!. and will furnisli on the shortest r.oticc, i...
I nd u ill furnish on the shoitest t.oticc,
ll-.r!il( Mnntcl Pieces; l ine 1'arior, anu
Si-initu' (Jan en v nscs;
And every other .l-.eri,,tion or MARBLE WORK at
Brady Hon', Hannibal; Mo.
T 11 U 51 A S M ' DA N N 0 L D ,
Attorney at Law,
I T AVI NO
ointei nm-.el ut J I A I " 1
1. 1 will piactie
in the Court of Common riea, ai
Iliinllibal, 1110 . IP-Mil imil'J linn ........ ., -
New London and Howling Oreeinin Ihe Supreme tonrl
. . ' . .i .. I.l l ... IJ,. mna l':iris.
of the State, and ill the Culled Miaies v.iituu
Jj-tillice on ea.-t f-'nle of Main, between bird
Hannibal, Aug. 2S!h, 151
Smith S Allen,
Attn r n r ) nl l.a W ,
HANNIBAL, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI,
"TILL promptly ntlend to nil pi ofe-.sional business
V enliusted to his care in the counties of Marion,
Ralls and Pike. He will give particular attention to
the securing and collect ion of debts in any part of the
State. tJ'Olhcc on Bird stit'et, lout doors above Ihe
corner of Biid and .Main, in front of the Marshal and
Onco More !
T WISH every hod and mv old Fri.vi-ls Paiticiiiar-
ti.il.il that I iu:i Now Receiving
New Stock T
and as l cinnot ;
AND SUMMER. (iOOD,,
'iy us mucii iibrut them heri, as
li Pj I hi you to c;1.
I at t'.ie above
" Commercial Row
and is opposite t. the STREET" and I .-hall take a
great dial of pains to evp!a-n, bow aj'piopriute they
aic to your a"t, snd bo.v very
c2;j2ia a .ss i3vx"?
(which I can piove tl .-ie.b.!iei '.li.ui on aper. for il
is the eaie-t thing in the world, to make ;-,.i.d- cheap
on PAPER.) and tl..o many other tli'!.;,, tc-o lidiou.-to j
mention, in ilii' pla; e.
Remcmlier the People's Stor'' Commercial Row. !
Null Cod. WM. F. KERCIIEVAL, j
rp B. STEVENS, opposite the City Hotel, has just
JL received, in addition to his torinnr stock, the
largest assorlment ol Jewelry ever brought to Hanni
bal. He invites his customers to call at the above
establishment, where they will alway. find the richest
and most extensive assortments of Watches and .lew-
vlry, Silver at.il plated Ware, consisting in part of Gold j
aliu Sil.el I.ck.-i Watch. s, B. !.' pi ii., I'.Mi.iitu, Fill-)
ger Rings, Pencils, Lockets, Gobi Fob, Vest and Guard
Chains, Biacelels, Gold aud Silver Spectacles, Card i
Cases, Silver Combs, Tea Pots, Castors, Candle Sticks
rtcenmeous, iiims, Mint .Hags and Pouches.
H'i"Good Watches of eyciy descrititiou carefully re-
Paired nnd wnrraiited lo lima il it-. .11 no, I r ll.o
. iVtjvs,,sj - sv-s. vwv
iha 1 and Retail,
.''Iain mi eel, Ilniiii ib.il. .Io.
L. T, IIIIITTIMiimi & BRo.
1 Kr. now .llt'iiiii Drns rhf.iper 1 hui e
fillip Drills rh;iner hui awr oU-tciI
in MuiiniK.vl, ai.ii will w lovr thuiiiinv ulltvi e.s
tubhthiucnt in thrtciiy. Wt ak llie t'ititii ;ihtl couti-
tuts to call ami ex.iininn our div.-, ,iiul see it
,"'' 'P u' wi'h any in any cm .
I L.'IRfilC LOT OF SXltl fiV-. SS',
For bale a' " SL B3 C: SI B dollars
Box, by myly
L. 1 . Mill I INGHAM .V H1U).
CIGARS UK) boxes CVfiX 's, just received
lor sale by Jel'i-tfJ J . A . I N L E F. .x t '
K. M. xMOFI'ETT,
IVIioIesalc tinucr ami luiuiuissioii
CORNER I.r.Vl.E AND HILL STREETS,
November lH.ii. c y
O ARDINES, in half und (pu'iter cases, for sale ,j
O JuljS J. A. INSI.EE & CO".
D. T. CARD'S
XT! Itnnouilnr.- l4 'lbir.t al r..t Itul u-pn fllii-e
A and Pine, has on hand, and is uakiue and rec eiv-
ing a very extensive s'ncn oi carriages
coaches. Rock aw iy. barouches, hug
California, S.uiU Fe ami Salt Lake WMgons; all ol
which W ill be sold on most reasonable terms. Call
and see. my27-tiinin D. T. CARD.
li- Thud street, St. Louis, Mo.
li rutin Stoul.
icceive 1. 11 fur' her supply of P.yars' " LON.
For 'ale by
J. A. INSLEE fa CO.
TUK.NLT.y j:.MPiltn CUTAfi STOHE'an.l
M.-V If otijln 1 v- rv -irn tv i,t
TOtt.M't , i 14; US 1 KM IT,
t'ht .ijcr than al aiv ihIp r liooe mi fir rm !
TOUAi Vti AT TH K MAM i'A 1 ' 11 KM;' S i'lt I ' :
And il ill tc to tl'.j ;.d.aiit,;jV' nj' pmi h;i.-ii is tu r.iiii.tt.r 1 1. at
No Cigais made by apprentices!
Ucmcutber pin ihm irni In ttv tUv i itintrof
Iiliij mi iila.n Hu tt, llaitttil al, Mo.
n n m wt i7! n r. t a t d n u
- ii n
H W M II A 11 -KISN' tt lull E.
THE SUBSCRIBERS aie now receiving (he fol
lowing superior brands, which they oifer to dealers
ami others at as low puces at they can be hud in (he
Slate: "Olard, Dupuy & Co.," " Piuei, Carillon,"
" A. Seignette," l Bouvel Jeune," .Vc.
J'.M-Il J J. A. INSI.EE & Co.
IEMON SYRUP, of superior (piality, for sale by
i lj' JuS J. A. INSLEE ftt CO.
J. . Inslt e & Co.,
a s ii
1Vliol'KiiI Denlcrs in I.iijiioi'B.
A LSI) AliKNTS ron
Sciti & Orf en'f Clarified Cidar Vtuegor.
Hannibal , Mo., June, J I, I.ri-tl.
K W. O L I P II A N T,
,v. I, Si. Charles si.,
8 T. LOL'I S, M O .,
Purlicuhif ullinliun finid to (,'.,cm of.'he
i i in. i . in ra-es ior lanie use. tor sale low !v"
I W Jul,
J. A. IKSLLE i. CO.
uauiucr ur.uu.s; counter and Wash
oianiiii y; i oinu oiones;
i 1 1 i rn 1 l'i
low,,. ices. .J- Call at their Marble Yard ppo,it. th
OlirnRY, Port, Madeira, and sweet Malaga Winaav
.'r''' -i j -
je2 l-tt l
.1. A. INSI.EE ft Co.
I) A I. SINS A lot of superior M. K. K.nsius, lor iala
V by fJulyH J. A. INSLEE ft CO.
T I ME ! LIM'e I! LIMETm "
rpilE SU1ISCR1BFR, will keep constantly on hand
.1 fresh burned Lime, for sale at the cornet of Hip,
and Sixth Slieets.
IT T liose in want of a good article of Lime weald
do will to call on P. J. WILLS.
li.imiil.nl. August 5th, 1 852-1 f
ffntrml aWoHinff (a Aft nf CVinfrw", In tti Tt
lb61, byj. B, I(oi;iHTON, M. t., In th .rk'
0IUc of thn IH-trUt Court for the fctuterm
District of pPBDlruiitv
Another Scientific Wonder! .
OR EAT OURE FOR
Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
Oi:, (.AMIIIC JUCL'.
nrt-H ti.-iin Pi'imct, or t!icfirlh ftnmirh of th iftei'
(lirc-'i nn (i i H.ikmi I.n Mic l' rt-ni Pliyntnlogicul Clietnlit,
l I S iliMi-.'liUin. M 1) , piiilrKtrlpliin, Fa.
"I jiMiKr" H'Mh itt itit iritr nir tilling fit tlie word rtrm.
It if llir Intf flfiiiiMi i, or r n at d;t'"it"i C prinrtp'e? of I he iiatit
Jtiii itn- sotvi-iit itl" iltf I'iMtil, Hit purifyntff, prMTvinf, attd'
rttiniti);it,tit! n'.'Mit ot" (lit; fltniiiaicil nml jnteiiiiif. It it cilrMtrU:
from tlic tlmfiv nimiiHi ti ol Um ox. iliim forming a true 41
afttivt: fluid, prt-rtHfly II kp tho itnlitrnl Gaviric liciniiai
i'Im'Ui iciil powcrrt, mil turuiiing a cunijilcle and iwrl'uct autMl.
tut; hr ti.
' li"1. t'iin rs, nn Is. or hhu
Him ) Nnttin' own ri-inrsty for nn unbrntlhjr utomaeli. Na
riiraiiv powers. II cnntnlnt no alra
tiHUftrnim flruuB. Il in cxirpmely ariah.
lo ihr (nHt.-, mul tti;iv In takt ti hy Hip inoht ft-fble patienti wha
r.iiintit (.-.it a VNitlcr cnirkcr wiihout ili nittfl acute dtitrcst.
lli Aiirr' ui tirui'!: il iitiii.itioiiii. Ti p"iii It net a drur
H 1 1 1 n truspiioiil iill of r puiti iiiiUM i lii water will digeM or
iliolvt' tivt kjii utitf ol roast bet T in trliout two liourout of Iha
Stlmllflc Kvhlcnrc t
yrj" i nn ri-icnt iitc tvnit'nct upon hurIi Kits riruitrtly m tiaKi
is in tlif liiln si ilrrrc rtiritm ntitl rc.narkntile.
t'.JI on th. io.f tti iukI ci t ii ill-script ivtr ciirulnr, erst If, (Wina
" !:::-. :z cv:;i !.;
rin'iniuv, hr. CuiiiSi's riiy.'tolojy nl' inn; Dr. IVrrtra
. ".v :
.1 :ini l'i, i; Dr. .Inlm V lrappr. nf N.w York l nivc-
Hity: I'mi Iiiuiuiimiii'k I h Mulo" v ; I'rof. Hillininn. of Vala
lr. i hi pirn. t'H l'hy loi.iL-v; kc, incpiiier with rc porta
CIllL'M Irolll illl p 1 1 Irs III till' LllKl ll SlitlfW.
lft'ltlii lii Klitltl mul l'nwrtcr
lr. H'iml lit 'ii'.n t' p-nt o in p ut il in Pnuilrr nttrl In Fluid
Komi ai.,t in I'ti-'ii i j i in ii vials lor llir nr nf I'liytrinM Tha
poua.r will (. miii iv in.-iil. fri-i- ol pofincf, lor one dollar
sent Li IT. II-n-i'Mt 'ii. i'niia.l, Iphiit,
iCr Mt.-i:i; I. THIS :-l,v.-ty l.ntilc nf llir ennini Pepnlif
liciirr- th- w i uii u -1 j; 1 1 n i n 1 1- i,i J t. tloticlitnii, Iti I. a aote pro-prii-Ko,
'ii.l;n. ilii.i. I'a. I'.ipy riL'tit and 'I'r.nlf Murk i.?riirrd.
SoNlln all tlitii;'jt-i( ami dealer in intdi' ims. Price, ON k
Vi l.l, A It, per In. llir. ' '
T. L. lilt ITTlNflllA M & BRO., Hannlhal,
nur Jti ly Wlndinalu and Jl.ttait Afct-ntfl,
i.Fnsh Arrival of
J&isd FALL GOODS. MMm
Tlic first nf tho season just received by
HAW I.S Au.uSTUONG.
V ! are pK'usivl to announce to our friends,
ctisti tniTs, iiti'l tlie jmblic ircncrtilly, that we
are just (i)t'ninK one of the largest and most
btaiitilul stocks nf poods, direct from the East
ern CVc.v, ev er l.r.nipht to this market, to which
we nry ipntfu!h) call ymtr attention.
Our slock, in a l ew days, will be complete,
.ennsist,,, Ml k l .twhsh, German, and French
, cloths; KFk ntnl fancy cassimeres and satinctsj
worsted silk, and satin vcstitips, hl'k and col'dj
j'cansan l tweeds; blankets and blanket coats;
, red, yelhiw, preen, blue, nnd white flannels:
sliottcl .lor liililo liuii.l. r.,1 l.;..l'. j: :
i ; ' ..,, mm b cju uiupcrs
Russia, htiekahark, nnd Scotch diapers; Extra)
bl'k iind bro. table linens and cloths; crashes and
Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods
ain and tio-'d bl'k alpacas: ril.iin. chanrreahlaV
...... u uo, pi.uu r.iipusn anu r rencn merinos;
fi'''d do; bcautiriil nMterns of all wool delaines:
plain do; rich bVd and plain brocade silk-
bl'k and faney colors; plain, changeable and fanK
eyjined silks; Eritisli, French iffid Ameripan,
l.r:r.; brown and U"k muslins, all grades; da.
u.) shei'liinr; Beautiful l'ri twli ninno n.,,1 f 1.1A
1 covers ; do double dntm.sk do do do; plain andj
I barred swiss lnuslini; plain and barred jnconet.i
i":.d eati.l.ries: white and rol'd tnrllnti; ul.ii
m l col'd crar cs and crane leisse: f ;
bl'k I, re vriis; detni do; fancy col'd do, bl'al
white ati.l ( ulM kid gloves, for Indies and gents-,
Ladies silk gloves (kid finish); bl'k net niittt
every description; silk, woollen and cotton hji
tilery. A larpe and beautiful lot of bonnet,,
tallita, and satin Ribbons, together with a great
variety of notions to which the attention of th
I-ADII'.S is solicited. Ladies, Misses and)
Children's goat, calf and kip shoes. Fine luat
ing and kid gaiters and ludl'-gaitera. Booti,
buskins and slippers. Men's and boy'a buotf
and shoes or every quality.
tJlass nnd Queensware, Groceries to., oil of
which we are offering very low, and will try fa
make it to your interest to trado wilh tw. Uitf
us a call before purchasing. 'Jit pleasure,
and not a task, to show goods. t
HAWKS & ARMSTRONG.
15. We wish to buy country joanes, litf
sey, woolen socks, beeswax, feat)iers, bacon,.
luui, .try nii.es, nig carpeting. &c. It. & A.
Smith &. Dick's New Family Grpcery,,
on Maikct tstroet ' '.
T'HKY Jaliis this inolhod of informing the r. Intent.
X ol Hannibal and vicinity, that they have opened
a new lau.ily giocery store on Market street, immedi
ately north ol tile mai.e( house, where they intend
keeping nil kinds of (iron ies suited to the retail trad.
We inn ii.l l;e,n,g on l,m,d ull kinds ofinaiketiug, and
will be pleased to fee our fi iemls at any time when they
want any Hung in our lino. We have, and will conti
nue to keep l'i, 3h Meats on hand during the winter
season. As we have the best opportunity of purcba-.
sins fowls, Vei.elubles.fcc, It will be (o every man's
inli jest to itull umt examine, before purcfluting else
w'mic, as we wul have eveiylhing that ran be ob
tained at the market house during tbe lav.
hov27tf . bMJ IU & IJlOH.