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T.nt: A eon.
arH roKio bommtio,
Sin of t Otond Orieaual ""Jj'jj,
rVotn .Vrrr, Owner fird .Vrwfj, ' .
HNNlHAT..MO. ' - I V
r roll th tientlo f nr Wktrtmn 1 lh
m ik.' ih. mi 1HM hit cM, lad that the
lmm rnatom of tommeccisl lranclwn i.
I. tlvrn tm .rr.mi.lt of th Old Yea, t eaily T
& m Wjetfcstde. Will our pat
MM. bear this It wind, d ACt .tlTl. opeii Oil
W t beVaw. fat th benent ot Ur .Id ewlomrs,
m4 ! for fbrt of tan- new w fl oPed
to jj With a, a list ct our BKAnuir.a .mi uivt
HO US. Giv brfirf, n1 b jour owq judgm
.vwm trrTIKIED WHISKY. Black Rooster
iW 7- - ( , . . .
r ' K. 1 1 r I. .. I
W BBLM OLD BVUKHUrt, impoieu irom m. wmli
M BBf.S MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, A, No. 1. v
M BLS. CIDER V1NEOAR, ......
Olrd 817, Jmica Hum,
V. P. VUiM Jo, Bnl Crux Ho
1m ii do, Ntw Eilm4 Uo,
Urera do, : rch Brtwly,
A.ifMtldo, MleiiWi... ,
a'SIt .VwIi wo wifl ell Wh V.l w Ml.il,
kMiwr than til.. Lout price, ff CASHI
tr Porn Mr.my npy. . M .il
MILLINKUY i AND DRESS MAKING.'
M. ). KIDB
a Ttcupectrully informs the ln.lies of Han-
53 iblhd iuitr.lkatrhoka jiiat received anl
opened and koautilul atsortnvnt of the very la
.11. ...i.. -I r..i,uu.h!. BOJiKi S, and other Mil
linery td, nkieh the U prepared to tell on the oioi
miinih'r terms. Her atock coniin part of
.: tvt bonnets. embM limn, plain and nl
aim. i..m Uather. Anted linines. blooinrr hat.
Bcd ii UttrinOi ribbons. eil,nnb'd under.leeve
Zli r-i.kffo. km. alt kiwis Slid enlors, elovn.
talo iuls, bngl bead dr.aet, UlU tui btirklex, band
. i . . I. i
And" rity f' flowers of th most fahionabl
Mrs Mivilea ladies to call ami examine ker
otooktah. iui they willbcpleaiwd. Hereooili may
fco ocea for th prroent at her residence on Palmyra Av
no, tnr Main street. ocl4
Down Goes the Price!"
o,Kk Ba all Froatls,
. ,, AT TH
ru,mmmm rati More, en nir1, between
MiM Hd Third Hlrecu,
Jf UP STAIRS. rt
Till ABFCl!lBKR returns bis sincere thank I
lbciiizrnso.r Hannibal and vicinity, ul'mrtkm
t Ut Mi;" lorlhtir liberal patronage, and
fcOI'vYS Weill 9. com llliwi lull vi i.ir .I.-.
The rtcie'.or ill conduct bis butinrts w the Mine
Man nd pnnciple that like estsblitbinout In New
V l Ration at now eondiieled. He will sdhcre
w.un. 1. th. ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Ever
.11 k. .rlnl aiih. vrrv " I.OWeil ( ll
PrlCO." and no variation will b made, unlef fur
" m 1 , ... will
. wo niisreprewniaiioii. yi ui""'- h-bk
aliowod. It M my Deieimuiauon 10 uu .u.igui
. : xi hrsrr i. od Tie from llu
(ricks so common to th trade, and to nake my rata.
I'wIiBieot ottioetiv and desirabl resort to purchat
. f. mih mrin ino nam of Dry Good. - . -
. My tttscoiiti.,inpii, i.miutt
bck couairis, in pari, as rollow: . .
, iy i I and olor,Rc to I le, for the brtt
and Coehecc! Kurniluio do, ile to e'e,
colotsi oolid frees). yellow, blue siid bull.iatCj
I I rnl
r...,rh 11. 1 ri.ii.ta. 2.n hieh colored, fiwbitna-
Mo Mowline do Laines, 14c, lie, Ibc, 18c. J9c.20t,
.ad tc 1 Cashmere. SSc t fancy fa.bion..ble
. Dr. Bilk.) I. l IW..KOOI uit.
ilk.iS inch, $1.1 do $t Eloirnco Silks, all col
, 3JC S Oil Silk "5c per yard. J.conet M.-s in. I
to Sftrt Barred do. 121c to 28cj snperhue Bleached Mus
lin 1 c tiie. 12c. and lid-fllM Sheeting lliiee
tiHlTbc 1 leavv No. 1 Biown Sheelinc. 7c, 4-4 re,
-4 104c 1 611O mown and bleached drill, l()c brown
Canton tlaniid. g.d. lie Bleached do, 12c 1 Brown
d for tiiiiH;, I2jc; White Flsniirl,sll wool, 28c, 30c,
sac, sup. auc Ked X3. id and t yellow, Hie.
Plaid Linset, lie, 211c, 40c. Fine Kv. Jcam 3 c.
Twtod Casrineres, rkle snd 70c. Bh ck C.tinel 70c
- Hurling aid Apron (.'hecks, 10 to If e t "p. 'licking.
t, tar on 10 x-c. t reiirn i.n ptinint, i(c 10 u.ic.
Pur Irith Lir.en, s ft bnish, 4oc, hue, 65c and 7c :
devo coloied do, 4-4,3c ; Linen Tnwel Diaper, 'lr-
bU 1 1.UITH S IIIIC I.IU'111, V IIU Ol iU ).r
stair. Fn Nankeen 10c: black, green, changeable
ono oov colored i.nginA Aleiinoea, 4Uc,M)c, and 6-4
6ie. Plain black and figured changeable Mohair Lu.
Ires, ;&c,30e. 40c, e&c.and b5e. Fringts, all colon,
obofaesand widiht,fiom inch to the most faoli onabl
ineh black at from 1 cul to $1 per yard ra al ,60
Mi hit Cuitain Fiinge fc to I2,c; Silk Lare .0c
I 4ie 1 Cotton Egii g and Lare it to 10c; LadieV
wis Kaibroidered Collars 13 I -2c to 0c; Mourning
do 17 l-I to ?0e. Gent.' fashionable Linen Shirt-Col-
Wrs, J cents a:h;do fchirl Bowms, 12 I -2c each;
w 1 oiikiih sua t.inen camone naiiUKvrt uu-id, lut
o lie 1 SiU do 35e to h6c 1 faurt Cravat 50c io tl 1
Fancy Plaid Do Lain do, a' per di.aen, -);
ortoo flag Handkerchief, & rents; plaid Madia, do,
JI 1-2. Faucy Satin fclnped V.-kH,Hic j do silk fi
t atid wonted, bsvy, lor winter. 91 per vest) Velvet
" Com ii.hou, 91 &U) Blanket Ovcicoais, $4 m; 4u
uii aanry faaliiuuabU Vaatiues, cheap t Vrvt, Coat
and Taal Buttons. Aale ghirt do, 3 doxeu for 6 -enta.
Zephyr Worsteds, 1 cent per tkeiu. li fault', Miat-
' and LadieM Colion and Yani Hose; do do Uloves.
meii't jv-nin Lined sue; grey and red clouded aVuillmg
Temet Silk Ami Elastics ) ' Mistct' and Ladit Col Urvherever they have been ueJ have given geueial til
to) KUriies. , ,,, Tif faction. 'J hit Stove wigh torn 40 pound, more to
Bty State Shawl. 9!, 93 9) 92 40, 92 SO, 9 2 00.
w oil do, 9 XU: ainall yaru d 20c ; Braee
fedte,lh V-t brand Ms.rted in papon, 5c; ateel
Kbhting Pius, i cents rwrdoten; Pins, averted , 0 tit;
silk aad cotton Cnet Laces; Ldie and Gentlemen'
-Miaas; Mckair Cuoi Binding 7 grot black
Coflou Taf. ot ceni ne dozen. ! biun biiSiiders,
aVoaa Id to tf e. WbiK Linen Briid.tlnee bunchet for
9eat(i bkein Bilk, Pa'ent . and Cotton '1 hna4, all
oaaor ; Coa; Spool Cotton; letter: Foolrp nd
Prtfooalew Ppet 8'eel Pen, Peat holdoia, liwing
CWitt, Mat do; Copy Boons and Ked Ink; Cloihamt
JRa-a Caf 95r to 0c; M K. Fr Cap., to 91 35;
Bey' Kip Bo4, 91 40 and l 60 per pair; Men' uo
0 aV lofHilk' Mi:' and Luim Laced Boot;
JtitMat' d O'd l'ekd lif if, Km. I0.lt, 11,
II, I (aid ft, at lt cent per pair) B-y.' and Mn
V$Mi 4 Iti. tlii g Ik, pound buschas; while
od l w eoloiad die Bunn.t Wire; Cotlon do; Me
War r.yk,nU r ; blot. Hat Ciy; Man
rati, fie, 4(1, ai'c, Kit. Rrddinaj Cumbt; Tuck
a . a i .J. iv .uv. , bi,.i . . ...oaiiK ;
sji), 3c to 20c. Velvet 1 riimni,.g : Honnel
nfc 1. W. tnnrird color Lutetiinf4 d. Bueksk'ii
report f the UnaraJ Wr01' ua s" U"der-Miiit,
Deaf sid Dumb Atyluin.
bying lo tell again
mend that a substantia!
large and eoinmoJiou to aecottimodate at 'ttL mi
atai muAfl twiniU 1ia.,i,i i. mi. .pi
r-t ww-.-v. ucUViueu tor, anu
late, tluil in lliir
. ... ,ujii m uuiiiiing ar
will ar. ier Loth the present and future wauls
of iJm SlHte, will cosf nearly as they can as
cert tin, the autn of $40,000.
The Asylaim was opened for (he reception of,
4upiU m lU fir.t Mundey or NuvemLce, 151,
3 SiiieetJiat period, forty-live have enjoyed iu
H-antage. . . " ,
At Heast liOOAXXJ mit of tiOO.taJO, B,,,ro.
iwiHledbir Confess for the erection nf thr
tpilI hxi fusion, have been tHj.u.ndered In a
SMMWkrr Ihiit show eros corriin Lm ;,. . ,:.....
punioa, iiign aim jow.
- Tlie Lotiieville Courier
av thai .4.1 firm .
trear rent is riJ for the hnr on th ti w
J 'A. .INS LB D C
'vk !L I
-it..) . . Whtw1 Dol i ' ' -"." rl,'Cineinnll tlorr. th orrnn i ry nnrrow ml
I0ncto! Ann dombtic
VINO jin nljel tot lobH-nim, wnicn
now tli rnoi rsirmiv In 'h Slit., (out of
9t UuiO r prrprd to fuMiif 1 their mimerom u.
lomt with th rholfMt rtitlel in thif lino. '
They h.v now on hand aau rcin(r.
Dial , cranny, ' Mo:
A. Brirnelie Brandy,
Alra. SeiKlirtlC Bioiidf ,'
Cattillon " . ,
B'andr, a i
md Oin, '
81. Croix Hum,
U. Proprietor i '.
9n.rr.ui, - , . ..-.., . , .
PORT. ' , . : i.
' " CLAPET - ' ' '.;
... , UtUE WINFS.
' " ' ' ' MAUKIKA,Ac
500 BBLS. DOUBLE RF.CTIF1ED WH18KKY,of
the - Black Ilore" mana. f..
8X10 BBIA ' " DEXTKB B MAUSUMa -
100 BBIJS. "OLD MONONGAHKLA" WIIISKEl
1(H) BBLS. "OLD BOUHBON" WHIMttY. 4
25 BBLS. BWKKT M AL.AUA n i.-r
100 HHLH. CLA11IK1ED CIUEK VINEGAR, &
All oKhlch teoffet.dto dralert St th very lowest
gUC."-.- . . : V- . - J" r
1 .-vi. i : i i i I in
th Kallt Comity
Bialc of Muiomi.
William milom. idoium du-
ford, Maiy Hill, "d ntr
husband. Samuel II. Hill,
viiil nllirrii 1
. ..i ..i.t ami lor tliSiriDtilioi
mm w - ? - - - . ...
?.c7.?n,TO." ALEX BUFOBD
procteu , ,.i,t!cr nlaiiillir.
flnnvf nnrl l.ol for Sillf.
UVU. " " ..... . y
rfMIE nnJer.ned wish lo tell nu '"".
L situated on Sixth, between wru a.io ,i .. ...
ifbi ..lory frame bout., fixed con. ort.bly lor a
"mall family, with U the ure.tswy out bnildli-M,.
iod gK 11 kind. ofShr..bbery, and a Due well of
water. . . , ' ' 1...1, i.h. litt.
Pnelon riven immeuueiy. -;
For terms:, apply .t tha, Mer;g.T o,ce or ,
t.97 if. ' "
Wm. II. H,iv. adm'r of Hi
eatal of Mry Cltaver, dee'd,
the Ralls County
State of Miwouti.
ll.i t. and Robert C.
Notica to Country Me'-hants.
yyOODWTXS CELEBRATED SOAP.
n,ua lrrlhkri ar now r-.id to eiecnl nw Ihl,
Ml. I ilwkorirnol'c. DmD,rlle.,
-ii. tZ k S .. Vn-ferene. n,..WIry (I
n,re .' '
AfMlrCM -a 1 ...M, .r.r lit .
NEW" COOK STQYES!!
PERSONS wishing lo buy Stoves, should give uta
, call, and examine our new Pattrrns ol
"Charter Oak" Cook Stoves,
Having securrd 1 lie Agency of them for this cily. This
Stove pos.-ek.'4 ad v'anlage over common Kine, in
thickness of the Plate, and improvement iu the Draft.
It is given up by ail Stove deikis, and manufacturers,
to be the best Pattern tor a descending Hue, of any
Stove Now inado East or West.
This Stove was patented September, 1852, and
the nunbr than any other Stove ever bioughl to llii
city, in Date in them are irom io j oi an men
in thickness. No. 4 weigh over 3n0 pound. We
wirrant them all against lire.. These Stove, have a
pal.nl Hot Air Flue, which carries the heat that is
generated under the fir plate down the front port ol
the SOve between two thick plate to th drift at the
bottom of the Stove, Ih rt by adding great heat to bake
with on the bottom, and remedying that w hich ha al
ways been a fault with Stove, of descending flue
heretofore. The Charter Oak ha. on flue and one
plate more han any Air Tight Siove vet invented
They will eook wifl one-half th fuel which on of
tli ordinary Sloe will, and will last for twenty-five
"fRIZF. PrlRMlUM' COOK STOVE.
This supeiior article hat only ban in ns tine .Tan
nauy, IS&l, end ince that thy have in such uni
vcital at .fact ion tkt the are now III principa
ttove told up the lllmoi, Mtouri and Mij.tis.ipp)
iv a)i a. Tlie la't iiaproienivnt oad by Filley, by put
lii g a di itiou in lb diaft below, divides the heat as it
paste uudei tlie oven,4tnd prevwdt it from all concen
trating on the ceutie l lU) lue-plate, a. it does in oth
er stove, of.iinllai form.
Another.-great viiaproteuien! in, Jh PreuiiuiQ Stma
istkePa'eki Daiflpti; w hub it o.cotvbiiucied at 'o iu
tine it agaant) bi.afcag by. liie; .lid if necessary, by
turning lb ijamj er lip a Tntle, ynucau throw the heal
under the oven without burning what is bafcn g, an
'ne uo. ,
torn uav jiikt mrde' another great improvement in Fil-
p 'aienl Pi ile Pieniuui slpve, by adding lo it a
rroperty u.r Cire, forth wood to rest on, which not
injurious lo thc'l"-!) k"P"15 it lwavi clear, but alto
, .. , 1 fiom break iug, and burning out the
fetter, for in. tana. -
bu.inrsi, worth hun" t0 P'1 wood from
. , , - ir. and burning them thruugh, at
inrs; ill plalej, the mjlia. have no grtaV; and as we
cauilal. kini.tii,..an. 'ook Stove (bat have Gratetj
,,' "In laying thai w can sell
- - iiiainuce in h pasH-au o nui eitew ner, an
he h. property. His Jro,n, tt0"s
.. ii P'ipnrclasii.g. a .
him, anJ he u sunt to the i'iily's Patent Premium
this Is dime became his Ln.i' ,or,n '""'
lfi i,e-e- i '" VUl,"ients made fti th Dr.fl
Uie nrereii of so:iei v. Ite..;., .in,....a..
the Uw to say it'hut is a n.tuilined sgamt the Q.en,
pronounced the m.viufuctir' H'J,l','r' llJ always in-
withiu Uwt State s irusuw.,' 'i"!a,'on- '''
l. u,Mi fire than in raot s'oves,
nere ,00' ratted to th width of the
.'all the heal in lue. Fourth
r i lit'gar thao the. of uot
NOTICE .. hereby g.ven to Wm.am B"ford-Thorn-a.
B.ilor.1, Mary Hill md Samuel ":","'
hiiab.. d. heiri or i.ir.butei ol (he etM of Ma-y
Bnfoid, .leceatrd, Ilia! application win
Crunty Cor. of .iJ t om.(e, on the fi rt day of the
w " iMrL for an order to tell Hie aUve
NOTICE i. hereby giien lo David Hay. and Rob
i e t C : .y.,h.i.5.nd dit.ribul.es ol th. et...
of Ms'y Cleaver, deceased, that application w.ll b
mad. to th County Court of taid bounty, 00 the first
LV oUhe April leimof id Court, for an order to
ej TneBroglrl belongi.-gto said e.ule, and for a d...
t.iUilion of the proceed, according tola.
if- iiv: i.
ft' .fcJi '
" -l 'if,.,
fV .:, 0 M Ll
CANNIBAL ' JOUKN A L,
" kind . nl particularly Ihe
oiirninn in front and bark at the tame iz.
to that youliiierVo oval opiiini.1h Wash Boil.
jnbstr ftitlrg ithrr, or ) on cu mako four round holm
1 -fa tixci and any of th trimmiigt will fit either fcle.
l4 li t ll Rr 1 r ' -Tniim nui niB.V .117 ISI'SVlimimij .v..Br., Mm
noil tiuil tlie JJlatn Liquor Jaw csn conflict wilhiihet to to conduct the Houte, s. to make it deterve
it, what become, of m ? ' The : idea, of 't litutfe-riepiiror.sge'which he hones it will receive. Having
who know anythin.e about 5nwr, nssertiriK that
S.t.1. k... :.?... ... ? .
r.rZll "gut 10 . regulate
owrrililerniil Minikin.. .i.,uL
If I b.hkk mm ufturu.'nng tne poini 01 emnarcauon, uir a itrge pniiuiii ui
HUp I'.d boy li v y er old, who ftofreodineii trtvel to and from the country bordering ou the
llifi constitutiou llire lima. .11. .1 i.i 1irnH River.
cmne to him with such a construction "he would
llirntll l.im- . .onairui,iion,e W 0U1U
' Tlicse conslituiiontil oljeclions rut him
miiid of a preacher, when eommenling on the
tnvl in .t.:.'.R i e:.L ' , '
... . v. .,,,, iu lunii coming py Hearing. , lie '
had grent reliance on SL Paul, who wrote thetVATciiMAKEa
text, and on Mr, Wesley, Who had expressed
lllfl HfitTir" nnintmi mtA li a L . I
..... ,M c U1CJ. wcrt. ,mBri. Majn twf( Um)-Mi Mo
er limn Iiimseltj but he begged leave (o dinerfHE .ubsrriber has permanently located in this city
from both; for, he I new n.mun to deaf Jie could l,,",J" P"" 1 r'Pir wicbek, broken
.. . , ' " 1 vu,"r ewelry,Ac, in the most workmanlike manner, and on
not near thunder, yet that man hid faith. Like h mostresonable terms. He has n ow on hand, and
ihiiprt4jcher,!.wyeriredw:lmetfind,w rTh 'v," "f "j "" "
,,,. ' , , , . , . . ' tiost fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, fcc, from
out Knowledge enough of law to kill them, whoth best importing houses in the east. His stock is
defy, or do not know the deci.ioo of the United 'urP"".1 by ny other house in th city, and those
, . c , who givelnm a call will be .atislied with lus bargains:
oiaie supreme Court, by which it has been de-is he offer, great Inducement to purchasers,
cided that a state has nower to nut ilnwn hi The citizens or Miriou and Rail, counties ar re
ir,(r.n v , 7 P ln,,ipectrully invited Ic give me a call. Store on Main
iruiiic. 1 1 ve judges or the supreme court de-itreet.oppotite th "Great Weitern pt5
tided that the states 1i.tv ll;. i c: ivi. Jiul received in addition to his foimer stock, sup.
tcr.kvilh.llil. M.: ...
j'nw ui ma giguuuc iineueci,jet V.tr llings, new style, ttmitli't new York uoiu
argued this case for the liquor sellers of I3oston,p",v,"rr"leu ver' fil" "rl ic,e- 0ct 24
year, ago, they have never carried a case up to ml,- TUTin
the United States supreme court. - ' lUe ArfGna lfllll
It is true lliat Stnf ,..i ,. , ,i .
ii is mat a Ule cannot prevent the im -
porlatlon of ardent spintsj it cannot interfere
with law ir tlie United Stales repulutlnrF .,
. e. lale rcgu'ung com-
merce will! foreign nations, but the moment an
article passes through the hands of the i.npor.'
irr r:i,.,f!ii.. i r
tcr, Lnitcd States importation laws cease to,
exercise over it any control. The Maine Li.
quor Law will allow a man to import for his own
, , . a Kul ... . . tr ... . S
uui nui lur iranic, tne moment a cork is
drawn for the latter purpose, the liquor is sub
ject to seizure by slate officers.
1 he Ilhode Island law contained a provision
confliotinz with the Soft rnn.iitmi.,., ..i t
was on this account that its operation has been
suspi n led by a decision of the supreme court of
th S:ale. Since its suspension the most dis
orderly scenes linve beeu enacting iu that Slate.
Since the Massachusetts Liquor Law has
befnin force the most strenuous efforts hr
been made to put it down. Boston got rid of the
provisions of the law, by turning out her city
Marshal. Rather than have the law enforced,
its opponents had the Marshal turned out. leav
ing nobodv to etifnro it VV k-... . j
, which he will not find the case with Citiciiinnti, Chi
enro, Piltttyrgk, and Eatttm madi STOVES, a. vou
l I II VI I.I 1. , A .kA..... 1..I.II . .. . , . y,
auv hu i'.ci. EvCm i thry. were v;z.z
ranted, it would be impossible to get odd plates from
tuck a dirtance.
We, the undersigned, having nsed the St. Louii
Stoves manufae'iired by G. F. Filley, of A. Louis
and sold by Carter W. Bryan, at Hannibal, Mo.,takt
pleasure in recommending then, to the public, at supe
rior in point of draft, durability, economy, conveni
ence and ease of regulation, to any stove, which we
have ever used :
John I. Eilet,
John B. Chesley,
T. R. Sp.'ncer,
Geo. A. Shorlridge.
f Bloomington, Mo.,
J C. Ogden,
D. W. While,
Dr. N Nelson,
B. K. Br, an,
John L Matthews,
W. R. Davi.,
J. C Henderson,
John. B. Lewi.,
F. F anklin.
George C. Foster,
Dr. L. T Biittingham,
Chu e. W. Mills,
W. F Ktrchtval,
W. L. I ary,
J. B. Hayden,
. P. G.egory,
liver Ten ill,
A. M. Hawkins,
IJ- i want it
distinctlv undei stood that the St.
I.ouis Stovk RroaK Is the only place in Hannibal
where FILLEY'S celebrated stoves are to be had. ' I
have the exclusive privilege of sellu e Hie ditferenl pat
terns of olnvea in this place, which i"illy makes, in
cluding all hi. pa'ent Moves, and no one else can get
any ol Ihem ; consequently, they have not got them to
sell. If any one wishing to buy Cook Stovet will come
in, I can soon how him the diikerence between Filley'i
Premium Cook Stove and oilier St. Louis Shoves, as
I have some of tli em on hand which I intend to
keep for that purpose. I can also soon ihow them the
diMerence between a Praiiie State and a dinner Oak
Cook Stove. decl0'u2-tl.
01 F.Hf y' f e If brolfw Stovtnl
FOR KALK AT THK 8T. LOl'13 STOVE PTORB.
riHE SUBSCRIBER take litis method of inform
A. ing his friends and the public in general, that he
ha the largest slock andgieatett variety ol Stove, ever
brought lo Jlauniual, woicn ne is determined to sell
lo lor casti. persons wanting btoves would do we.
to eall and etamin hi. stock, particularly hi. new
patterns of Parlor Stoves, among which are the Gi-
cin Pailor and Mound Parlor. .
ST" Hi. motto is " Quick Sales and Small Profi t."
Matat (., Two atMor Murth uf Ike Broil
ataoto, ointoiii. xs
dcl 53-tf CARTER VT. BR V ATI.
OliERRY, PORT, MADEIRA and 6WEET MA
O LAG A Win of superior quality, lor sale bv
Jily M J. A. INSLEE fc CO.
Lok t far tk 014Limbr Tar.
WFLL.easoned Pine Lumberitiitable for all build,
ing purposes, cm all times be had at th Old
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which has been established 8
years. The proprietor deems it unnecessary topulf his
Lumber to rrake it sell, or to tay a ly tiling about ex
perience in the busines. except to those who never pur
chased fiom him. He would remark that an experience
of eight yean in the business gives the decided advan
tage over any other who never had tptrunctU
Lumber ha. been purchased lor eaih aud seise ted with
ensat care, from the best tsilll in Ilia Pinery. Me.
clunks and others wishing to purchase Lumber would
find, it to their advantage to call and examine the stock
of Lumber and Shingles at the Old Lumber Yard be.1
for purchasing elsew here. If you cannot get it for a
lest mice. I will guarantee you can xet it as low and a
better article lor ttie lame money. AUo,l.umber,&hin.
gle. and wnidow lath.
IfJ- Don't forget the Big Sign cn the wote" tide of
Third, between bird and Hill ttirel. I.ooU jiitfoilhe
Sign of . - THUS. S. MI. xER'S
, frblritf LUMM..R YARD.
v Cherries, a pnni article, for aale bv
. a. iMti..e, . u'.
JUST reoeived direct from IWlitnore, a large
supply of Cove Oytersi. wairanttJ fres.
Oct. 1, "52 tf J. A. LVSLLL' & Co.
FEBRUARY 21, 1853.
: BRADY HOUSE.
CAPT. A. 8. BOBARDS, formeily of
lh8lsteof Kenti cky, having Inken
the Brtdy Home In the Cily of Han nlbal,
Mo., for t term of vrs would respect-
fully solicit k liberal share of Public palronaxe.
. 'll-.l 1.. ..(...:n... nrnn,i k..l Urn.
.'- t"1"' ,(,T'n1!","T """" tl1" ,n'' '.he rtJ',in,"R
late, he will take nleaiure in cornmunicitinc inch
iirlflrm,lil(n ,0 .vee.. a. they may detiie, Hannibal
j r'r .. . . , ' r ' i
tr ,iraM b Pr"'Pr"1 losMommodat
J ,iveer with horse., carriaee. and wagons, itc,
means of conveyance to any distant point.
in April 7tb, Ifa2. (apiS-tf)
. I?'? ?.f KV. Ri, Pint7 4c- .A's0 ve7. f,,) l?1 ?f
T8 now in full operation, and will buy all the Gocif
1 Whfa, am, ,.0'rt, otrHI.;, lor it fhpir Ml,,. w,
eep on hand the best article of Kuperfin Family
,or M,e' or we wl" 1Ichi,nSe Hour lor Wheat.
Wa wiu ,wy, iei jow or lower than Quincy
Flour can be had of Hie same quality.
A. S. ItOBAIlDS 5t SON.
Hannibat, June 3, 1852-tf.
Let her Thunder!
COLLI NS tt UK EE D
RAVE NOW OS HAND and for sale at their
store, cn Main street, Hannibal, Mo., a large and
A'Pll aeieA:iru 9IUCK UI new
' rail and Winter Uoodi.
Embracing, iu part, as follow :
Cloths, Cassiineres, Vcstings, Winter Tweed,
Kentucky Jeans, ilauiikerchieis, Saiiueis,
Silks, Alpacas, Mous. de Laine, Ginghams,
Calicoes, Limeys, Flannels, Ifish Linen,
Bl'ch'd fc Bro. Domestics, 11 Ticking,
Shawls of all kinds, Gents' Cravats and Glove.,
Swis. and Book Mu lin, I allies' Dress Goods,
Shoe, and Boots, Hats and Caps, G'a'tware,
Qtieensware and Groceries, &c.
In addition lo the above, we have various other art i
cles, loo numerous to be mentioned here. Gieat care
lia been taken !o select the best styles, and special
attention ha. been paid to buying tin m chap, which
will enable ns to sell Ihem as low as any other house
in this section of country. We return thanks to our
friends and the public generally, for the pationage so
liberally bestowed on us, and hope by strict attention
to I lie eld maxim of Small piuiils and quick aalcj,"
to merit a continuance of the same. As we make no
charge for showing our goods, buyers may find it to
their advantage toexa ineonr slock before purchasing
elsewhere, l'lea-e c ;i 1 1 and examine for youi selves.
November '2b, H:'2. novlHy
New fijjar and Tobacco Store!
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS
LEEK fc ARBOGAsT are happy lo inform their
friends and the public generally that they have se
cured a room in SHOOT It DAVIS' new building,
Tp , 1 I
Two Candidates in the Field, "All
. . Ready I "
(anil win open in a lew aaysi lor uie purpose, ot es- TTTr n , .
lablishing a Bbavcii of theii business, where they w ill I W re,le"",S ouf goods oil at such price, as will
be prepared to till all orders in their line, as cheap, if1 ,' e"able P"so,,s wanting goods to buy more good,
not cheaper, than any other home in the city. They i T le" I""''' "lan.wa ever done before in Hannibal,
have just received, per .learner St. Paul, a choice se.0l,r8tM.? ...
lectionof Tobacco, Cigais.tSnulfs, Pipes, fcc.&c.; and I ... ALMOST L LRY VrARIETV
they can truly say their stock of goods is the largest,! common lo uses and wants of every person. All we
best and most complete assortment ever ottered in Han-
The following comprise a part of their Brand.:
10.UIX) Kl Sol Regdiaa;
5,U0U La Union . do.
' 5.t)tM) La Paloma do.
6iXK) La Norinas;
2u,iXHI Justo Sanz Prineipei
15,000 Common Rpgaliasj
10,000 Half .Spanishj
Virginia Chewing Tobacco.
Wm. Hare'i, JMe Baio's, James Thomas', and Seth
D. J. Garth's No. 1; Henthrjon'. No. 1; Biickner'.
No. I; Jainisnn't No 1; Dayman's Cherry Juice No.
I; Molfett At Harris' 5 Lump.
AM of which we will sell low for cash.
ocM LEER fc ARBOGAST.
Received A n w lot of Imperial Cigars.
Tliia invigoiat inn tonic, and anti dispeplic iu bottle,
andfomaloby dec3u'aJJ J. A. INSLEE fc CO.
I want Eicrjbotly to Head This
T WILL merely bay now A'tjST"!
X that 1 have uiotrU my jAtri
Family Grocery utid Flour igjfl?V
Depot to South-west corner of Main and ilird
streets, where I tliull be pleased to see my old
friends, new cuatuinera, little children, ladies,
'and the rest of mankind. ' I have a great many
usesary things to sell for the comfort und conve
nience of fallen liummii' y, inch as groceries,
apices, wash tub., wat-li boards, scrubbing
brushes, brooms, soap, caudles, und tar; togethur
with a great many things that I have not got!
I also keep butter, eggs, and corn meal, when
they ure to be had; but I always have the re
nowned l.agle Mills r LOL R acknowledged
by alt to be the best article ever sold ill Hanni
bal in fact, 'it can't be beat.' Everybody cull
and see me; I'm in a hurry this morning no
tune to talk. Uood bye till we meet.
aulOifJ ... , T. JACKSON
Flour! i'lour! Flour!
X FARMERS AND MERCHANTS coining to Han.
tubal with the intentiou of sellini! wheal and buy
ing Hour, would do well to eall and see ui before t.ci.
ing or purchasing el-eulieie. rtiineinber the hig stone
Mill ou Bud, between Mam and Tiiird stn.lt. L'ive
Utar.ill. A- S- IU) HA H l)S fc HON..
If" N. B. Our Flour is t ld nowhere else but at the
Mill. Every lack and bom') is branded with our name
on it : i . ,
aof IJ A. 9. ROB.VRD8 fc SON."
T.1I0M AS ;M ' DANNpLD,
Attorney t ww.
HAVING located himteir at HANNlBAT., Mo.,
will practice in the Court of Common Pk-as, st
Hannibal, the Circuit Courts held at Palmyra, Pari,
New London and Bowling Ureeniin the Supreme Court
of the State, and in the United States Circnit Court.
rj-Officeon east side of Main, betwetn Bird and
Centre streets. ' .
Hannibal, Aug. 38lh, 1851. . . aug3lf
rn B. STEVENS, pnosite the City Hotel, has jnsl
.L received, in addition to hi. form-r stork, the
largest assortment of Jewelry ever brought to Hanni
bal. He invitet his customers to call at t he above
establishment, where thev will alwayi find the richest
and most extensive assortment of Watch, and Jew-
tlry, Silver m.d Plated Ware, consisting in part of Gold
and Silver I. evr Watches, Breastpins, Earring, Fin
ger Kincs, Pencils, Lockets, Onld hob, Vest and (jiiani
l.nains, nraceiris, uoiu nnti omer jieciacii?, ,mtu
C ases, Hilver Combs, lea I'ots, i astors, (.audle Micks
Acrordeons, Oiiiis, Miot Bags ami l'ouclies.
t"Uood Watchetof every description carefi.l'y re
paired aim warraiueu io keep lime ii wen useu
CHEAP 5 DRUGS
'MlJViViIr i l JS W yjewa) . yiy.
Wholesale kJOk And Retail.
main street, llnnnibal, IWo.
L T. BIIITTIMIIlu & BRo.
KF. now orfering Drugs cheaper than ever offered
1 a. in Hunnibal, and will sell lower man any otner es
tablisbment in the city. We ask the citizen and conn
try merchants to call ami examine our drug., and tee it
they will not compare with any in any city.
.1 URGE LOT OF8X10 GLASS,
For tal at rMS Jsl MC M-C ma dollars per
Box, by inyly L. T. Bill ITINGHAM fc BRO.
E. M. MOFFETT,
Wholesale Grocer and Commisftiou
CORNER LEVEE AND HILL'STREETS,
November 25, 1852. 4y
MOFFETT, STILL WELL & CO.,
.o. 11, Locust st.,(l p stairs,)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
a further supply of Bvars' LON.
O DUN POK1 ER." For sale by
For sale by
oc7 J. A. INSLEE fc CO.
TURNER'S EMPIRE CIGAR STORE
Miiv be boiiehi every vsrtely nf
TUB tt t o, t uaitit A.D Nirr,
Clieniier than at any other knn,e in tin- t uy !
TOfl A' TO AT THK M A N !' T AC Tl 1 1! K It' S PKIrEflt
And il will be io the advantage of purcbaaert l. rnnieuiber that
No Cigars made by apprentices !
Remember Uie place one door below the corner of
Hill, on Mailt all-art, Hanaibal, Mo.
.?. i. kjj;.v,
(To n in e ITo I JTl'row,
OVEU WW. HA WKINH' STORE,
H A.NMB AL, MQ.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving the fo.
JL lowing superior brands, which thev offer ta dealer.
and others at as low price as they can be had in the
R Vr. OLIP II A N T,
Vo. I, St. Vharics .,
6T. LOUIS, MO.,
ular atlenliim void to diseases ofthe
"'LARF.T, iu cases for table use, for nle low by
v Julvn J. A. INSLEE & CO.
The Cheapest evtT OiTered
J. P. KAYHUUN.
18 can io convince uie people ol iiiese lacls. I
purchase my good for cash, and at very low rates,
which will enable me to
SELL VERY CHEAP.
Our stock consists in articles as follows:
Hoots and Shoes, all kinds;
Qtieensware very late styles;
Clothing cut to fit;
of all kinds and varieties:
Caah paid for Wheat top of the market.
Our customers will always find W.U. P. OWSLEY
ready to wait on Ihem.
Remember the store, J. P. RAVBURN, Commercial
Row, (opposite the B,ady House.) (uiyb-ll)
SAUDINF.S, in half aud quarter case, for salehy L vl
JulyS J. A. INSLEE fc CO.
1 (() BOXES CANDY OF SUPERIOR QUAL
J 'f 1TY assorted vaiieties just received, and lor
tale veiy low by (ag5 -tf) J. A. INSI.EE fc CO.
Book and Job PrlnliB,
nr VRRY Pl ttPTIOFla
Neatly executed, at the ollice of III. '
HANNIBAL. JOl'llNAl, AKa I'aiU.I.
, CARDS, Ac,
Printed in good style, ami upon reasonable terms.
: ORIO N C L E MENS, Pro.
CHERRY BOUNCE, APPLE and PEACH BRAN
J DIES, for tale by
J"l8 j. A. INSLEE fc CO.
TIIOS. S. MILLER
DEALER in lumber, shingles, lathi, sash, 4e.,
Olbee at the Counting room of Miller fc Po
Ijunber Yard, on the Corner of Hill and Third itreeti,
Har.i.ibal, June 10, 18i2.-tf
Tiiot. a. uiLLia. .an. a. roar.
MILLER & rOGl'E,
( Successor to Tbos. S. Miller. 1
Wholesale Groceufc General Commission Merchan'i,
i'. Lore, iiauiiioai, mo.
rpHE nndersigned hat entered Into co-partner.
X ship for the purpose of transacting the Grocery
and General Ci mmissioii business, under tho nam. and
style ui'MILr.EKfc POGUE at Hi uld stand of Tho.
S. Milter, No, 3. Leve.
TIIOS. S. MILLER,
GEO. 11. TOGUE.
JIannibal, June. JO, IH.2. , (jel'J-tf )
CUBA '. and REGALIA CIGARS, for sale by
' J'i'f 8 J. A INSLEE fc CO.
otaie: --trrarn, xjuptiy s, uo.," " I'inei, Caatillon," , ciollis: lii k and fancy cassiineres and satinets:
r ie24gti t ' U"el Jea,.'e,a ,ev rn, wore,ed ilk and s'"'" vesting, bl'k and col'd;
T-rXtnvrmo C . f - Jean lweed5 bl"ket blanket coat.
LE wLSYRUP'0fs,'pPnqrvy'rlaly J white flannels;
-j --- mm a, a.. i, wui'U U. V.
SHERRYl Port, Madeira, and weet Malaga VTia.
ef snperW nullity, for sale bv ' '
. . . . ' . . . t . a. n . n v.
J. k. INSI.F.E C.
KAISIN8 A lot of itiperlor M
by f July 8 , J. A.
R. RaisuM, lor tal
INSLEE fc Ca
LIME I LIME I!' LIME
rpiIE Sl'BSCRI BER, will keep constantly n
X fresh burned Lime, for tale at the corner of Hill
and Sixth Street. ....... , . .
11" Those in want of a good artirt ol Lim wl.:
do welltoeall on P. J. WJLLs)
Hannibal, Aiitf" Bth, I852-tr
faiml amtnllfie to Art f (Vwitm, la k ymm
1M1, by J. t. llOttailTON, M. IB Um Ivk'
0tm of th. IMitlirt Court Uw tilww
IXitrtct of raanelTUla.
Another Scientifio Wonder t
GREAT OURE FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
TrcparpH from Rrnnet, nr the fa irth ttnmaeh of Iht i, rlr
nrrctonn nr titrari i.it'rft,ihf treat i-hysinioflcal (Jkvwu.
I.y J. . Il.iii-liioii, M. l ,riillailellila, Pa.
"I fill iKT." kiitli It the true m.aulnt ofthe weri f artia.
It itllie rlilcf rlriiteil. nr irraldititttliif prtnclDle of tlir G.tlri.
Juice tlii" anlri'nt nf tin. lort, ttie partfylnR, pmprvlv, a4
mttniiinlini! ai-nt of the almitaeli and ifitetln. It It fflrutnl
rrimi the iiiit'iuvft moniai'li nr Hie m, inui rormlng a trut .1
fitrvi. tliiiil, pn-clni-ly like rlie uatural Gaitric Jala, ta tl
vht'tidral pnwtrr, and furiilttitni a complete and perfect sukail
lute tnr ll. '
Tld Is Nntnri ' own rpmnly for an iinheAtthy itnmacli. No
an of man can rqaal il. ciirnliv. powrt. ll aoiilalu. no ekw
hnl, litllrm, arid., nr nauirou. druct. Il It ritrrmtly aratl.
lo tie mule, and may be lakuii I.y the wi,l fcrkle pill.nl. sua
rnnnot cal a wnler cracker without lite mutt arulc ttitlrtas
Uewtre of drutai-d tinliailont. I'rptln It nel a ctru
Half a lea.iKioiifult of Prpxtn Infuril in vaii-r, will dlre.t .r
diMnirr. rive puunthl of iim.l kvvflu .ImmiI Inu lleurt, out uf lit
aelritllfle F.Tklene. I
OT The 3-lFMiuc evidnice nioa whirl, iliit reared it baaed
U In tlie hi.hivt di-Rree rnrrnni and rftinarkalikt.
C..II on iliv act-in and eel a descriptive, ciicular, f rati., (l.ltar
a larre amount of trieutirk evideiire, from Ltrnii'a Aair.al
t'lieuii.try, hr. Coaitie't Phyainlocy nf firAiion; Dr. Pertira
on and iiiei; Dr. John w. liraper, of New York I'nlvar
Ity: Prof l)unf llon'. I'bytloloiy; Prof, lllim.a, of Tal.
tolli'pf! Or. l',M-nier' riiy-ioli cy; ar., toeilicr wild r.porla
of curof from all putt, ofthe Untied ftaiea.
Prpalit In Klnlil nnrl Pnwiler.
Dr. Hnuclimn't Pewin It prepared ta Powder an la Ftald
Form and In I'reiHrriplion vialt for Itie unvof I'hy.iciBBt. Tko
powder will lis oeni ly mail, fro. .f potitce, for one dollar
tent to llr. Hiiiiehtfin, PliilariVlphia.
VT Ollril'.UVK TtllS : Kr.ry fcnttle of the (! Ptptl.
bean the written .Ignalure. nf J 0. Hnutlitnn, M II., tok pro
prtnlnr, Philiulelphla, Pa. Cipy-hchl aud Tradii Mark aecurea.
fold hy all dnitiii.u and dealert In lutdii iiiei. Prlao, QHU
DOLLAR, per hollle.
T. L. BKITTINCHAM a BRO., Htnaibal,
a.r'Jrt ly : Wkolesale and Ratall Atenu.
Fresh Arrival of
. The tirst of the season just reoeived by .
HA WES it ARMSTllfiiVf:..
We are pleased to announce to our friends,
customers, and tiie puttiie generally, dial w
are just opening one of the lurgest and most
beautiful storks of reorwla. ilireot from the Eatt
tm Cities, ever brought to this market, to which
we very respectfully call your attention.
Our stock, in a lew days, will be complete,
..e tjim. t i i f. ,
; consisting of Bl'k English, German, and French
spotted do; table towels and bird's eye diapers;
Russia, huckaback, and Scotch diapers; Eatra
bl'k nml bro. tabic linens and cloth; crashes aad
Splendid assortment of ladies ' dress goods;
plain and ftg'd bl'k alpacas; plain, changeable
and fig'd do; plain English nnd French merino)
fig'd do; beautiful patterns of all wool delaine;
plain do; rich ftg'd and plain brocade silks
bl'k and fancy colors; plnin, changeable and fan
cy lined silks; Uritish, French und American
prints; brown and bl'k muslins, all grades; do
do sheeting; Beautiful French piano and table,
covers; do double dumask do do do; plain and
barred swiss muslins; plain and barred jaconets
and cambrics; white and col'd tarletons; whit
and col'd crapes and crape leis.e; Green Berage;
bl'k lace veils; deini do; fancy col'd do, bl'k
white aud col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents;
Ladies silk gloves (kid liuish); bl'k net milts,
every description; silk, woollen and cotton ho
siery. A large and beautiful lot of bonnet,
tailita, and satin Ribbons, together with a great
variety of notions to which the attention of llio
LADIES is solicited. Ladies, Misses and
Child en's goat, calf and kip shoes. Fine Salt
ing and kid gaiters and half-gaiters. . Boots,
buskins und slippers. Men's und boy's boot
and shoes of every quality,
Glass and Qtieensware, Groceries itc., all of
which we are offering iry vv, and will try to
make it to your interest to trade with us. Giv
us a call before purchasing. 'Tis a pleasure,
and not a task, to show goods.
HA WES & ARMSTROYn
B We wish to buy country jeanes, lin
sey, woolen socks, beeswax, feathers, bacon,
lard, dry hides, rag carpeting, &c. II. 5i A.
Smith A Dick's New Family Grocery,
Ton Market street
HEY lake Ihii method or informing th e.liienr
of Hannibal and vicinity, that they have opined
a new family grocery a'ore on Market street, itnraodL
ately north ol th market houte, where they intend
keeping all kindi of Groceries suited to th retail trad.
f, " . k'ePlnr? bsnd all kiud of marketing, an J
will be pleased to lee our friendi at any lima when th
want anything in our line. We have, and will onti
nue to keep Freih Meat, on hand during th win!
leaton. Aa we have th beat opportunity of lurch
ting fowls, Vegetables, Ice, it will b lo every man's
in erest to call ana examine, befor purcha.ing else-
. .. , lla,c rvrryiiiing mat ran be ob
tained at the market house during th day ,
nov'"f SMITH fc DlCat
The "People's Store,"
WISH every body and my old Friend Pirtiealat.
ly, to bear ui mind that 1 am Now Receiving
New aKiirk of .
STRING AND SUMMER GOODS
ai.d ti I cannot lay at much about ihem hero, ' I
like, 1 wish you to call at th abo Stor, whick U
and it oppotite u the "sTREEl" and I .hall t.k.' .
great deal of paint t0 M,tiB how apptopri.l, th.w
aie to your wants, nd how very ,r ' 7
which I can prove.iheie,btin than on paper, for U
Hatr.i:bM,,.,,,e ",.0,,,,, 8.tr", Cw""Wt.
NtffCod. WM. F. KERCIIEVAL,
nil.ARS-.00 boxe.BA1, jut. retSd.
for tale by ( ri5-if j j. A. INLER k V.