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HANNIBAL' JOURNAL, MARCH 24, 1853.
' ..ti are neat and orderly end the stall
, ""Tse was led to, thou and I might sleep in.
-ever taw such cows at the maid were milk
ing in the elose j and the very yard-dog shows
that he has neither Lent nor meired-iv. In .
Word, a!l in and about the hods betokens quiet,
Wealth, nn4 comfort.' '
And did the carl bid thee welcome wm the
wcncu cm. ; ana in iheir hearts did Ihey not
. . uevoutiy wrsh thee at the devil P'
11 'No, Angus J there seems not a particle of
r jcuiuujj lewaras myseii ; ana my sire, my
grandsire, and Dlack Richard are hanging from
the wall of the drawinT-room. with morn wnlil
about thoir canvas tlian I conscienliouly believe
the united purses of the three would have pro'-
J ':r.J . .i - .
uuova itmv ner on ni meir iivi iinmnii.ni
Would that I had been warned by theej Angus,
I could nay, deem it not vanity havo been
master of my own again.'
Jlw?' exclaimed tho
By enactirg the same mummery with May
Anderson that I went through with Claudine
Thou would'st rival royalty, forsooth I' re
turned the Highlander, 'and have thy plaything
uci unu jinuc. one iurneu my lony 10 ac
count and thou wert dolt enough, to Wed beau
ty and beggary. Well, you found out and
proved the proverb 'When poverty came in,
love took his departure ' and the close of the
honeymoon was the signal for a separation.'
Too true too true, Angus.'
But think ye, you could win the wench ?'
She's half won already, if I know aught of
........a . . i, ,..-. iijuiiu'.iicuircs --
tha4 thiy Jhave been rccustomcd ta entertain.
that we must he there'
'Supposing I' exclaimed the Highlander.
'Col dam 1 would'tm loso either for the auld
weaver a neck.' ...
'Nor I,' returned M(rrnve. 'wera tVt the
choice between them. Well, attend to me. I
sent for .May j her lire-woman answered, that
her mistress was busily engaged. As I had an
otvject to obtain, I smothered pride, and conJe
scended logo to her own apartment. What was
my reception, guess ye ?'
'Old tears und reproaches, of course J nnd on
entreaty lliat you would give up bad company
thereby meaning me and avoid lute hours
and that means going to bed as we did at nine
o clock tins morning ; and a -
'io, no, by Heaven! exclaimed Musgrave,
passionately. Neither remonstrance was
made, nor advice offered mf. She was writing,
and scarcely deigned to raise her eyes. In man,
ami less in woman, 1 can badlv brook indifier-
enco and as I wanted a favor from her, I
thought it would choke mc as I expressed it.-
I diil, however, muster words to ask her to get
me twenty pieces from the old fellow. Wot ye
what licr answer was? Listen, She, who
formerly smiled did I but notice her and when
I played tru int never reproached me but with a
tear who would listen at her open casement,
and out-watch the moon, expecting my return
and when my horse-tramp fell upon her ear,
bless Heaven that she was once more happy'
I o be Continued.
WKDNKSDAY KVENlNU, MARCH S3.
HANNIBAL AND NAPLES BAIXROAO.
was lit up witii siHti-'.',.fvf Joseph Railroad may
ex-prcsulent was at Jenirlli harnessed with sucluwero
It is said that the ularm in relation to the ia mortifying duty. Old . John, however, had
know when people are interested in anything f
5" Tho quicker that Road is built the) bt
Bank ef N'iuHb America at Srymour. Conn., is i'nt"'rtc!' JU''B1 lIlcir l be headed by
.,r- ... .the small fry. . , '
willwut foundation. , . . .
, J 'lie commenced his .laWs ns a faithful nub-
jlic servant. : fiie road being very' undulating
lit- WC1CI lllll-U IO CUl UOWI1 H)C IIIIIS, II 1 1 110 IJIC
A Veeret society of robbers was reccutly dis- i''c servant
WeriOnd broken up in Ohio." They were J'4 fe'erroinou to cut down the' hills,
toliaVebr'anehes kali over the Union: They had 'S T!"' V T r
, , J . , j'.'irnpik -odj day .by day lie plica
actegtfgpm-AUd by-laws, and regularly con- 'hi, work. Hiibi und vales alt.'iti.d b
stituted officers. They, bound themselves to I he ellect of his industry ,yvs ' awl'ohje ' visible:
fn . . . , . . . . .-. 1 - I. ...... :.-.le I ... .1 ' -L 1 ' . . , :, . ! !
. 111. . . .
vcu ins industry.
secrecy' by - a idetlire of "eoods and chittteU. 0,1 ll,e roaa ll't but the neighboring farms: be-
IaiuflkjWs tennnenls, life and body.1' A gen--'iiin to ow Mt jus.t itf Droportlon the toad
. - ., ,. . iiicceeded, fences ddcliesi hedge, plowing,
ms.rr; wbo.had. been a rcprescntat.ve ,n the Lar.iK; UJ everrotjir r'plantatlUn ; service was
urn .egttlature, w saJ to be at the lieuil or 'neglected. f For . ihcrfe was no remedy,' "'Tile
l.Li ... ,. , r,T,,,l ,.H .... l! 1 lt
tuc 1JUI1U III lllill OIBIV.
-St.tc'l r. -r r rf- rri-r-f-
)isw, JJjOT- A Jjltot' Mi' Net Ac-ron. ' 'fliaLliilHlv ill LI 111 i lint tut m-ni-'u Vtml nrS Hv t tt.s4 iprivale chamber cuinmandud the Edinburgh road
1... j'f .. 1 ....' y. : " ' ' .'! ...1- ,. .1 ...i'nr a ifilV' nrt '(!.. . Rfn,. .1 ,..,nl,;n
. Y.I .1 11 "i !0, ,.l. i.li.wnf '.AiW lt,i .'., 1.,:a r...ll..
ri tK.-,l nisfwell lcnovTi fi;rur would ton. th distant
er fnf'iod,s'kci?',t-C if'Il.tly,.a horsamatt sjiowed Jiimself,,
'0:. .1' ill inn mH ni 1 1- tm k iia.ii.a avnnntmi ..ha ii.
i-w, iiu - meir salves ancij pernups,iOTine sake ; 1 - m .... .j ,
Mr. Editorof the Hannilnit Journal I was
present at a grand Plank road meeting of the
cilnens of Frankford and vicinity, on Saturdny
the Iflth inst. There was considerable discus
sion on the matter in relation to the utility, plan
&.C., of the proposed road. It appears there is
at present a warm f colling existing to embark
in the enterprise, notwithstanding there were
present some one or two of the Louisiana tribo,
that could not for their livos see how men of
common sense could or would embark blind in
such a speculation I it can never profit the stock
Now, if the Hannibal and New London com
pany can consistently open the books to eon
tinue the road on to Frankford, the stock re
quired to construct said road will be taken in
two- weeks, as I heard severai gentlemen of that
vicinity yow that they would lake $500 in stock,
provided, however, that it is made a joint stock
company from Hannibal to Frankford, and I
would say if that can be done, the Hannibal and
New London company would not and could not
lose anything by ao doing, for they weuld in
crease the travel on said Hannibal and New
London road to over-pay the stockholders on the
south end, for there is a large icope of country
in and around Frankford that would undoubtedly
Sped Us t' ottv inatArl f T mil. !n t.n tM.
ri T 1111 pan ft, i.mi imno .
stituted regarding the denm,innk the Hannib'ai ,n(
aner w.c nei.rc.i Bpcunccary na.i-ould do well to take
to bo 'past praying for;' while oh. t ct lhi.
in its wvnda and ehisfta. u(T,ritpl r , 1. 11
:v . . -iiurin jionuav in n-"
onveiuency to the assassin, and n gent e (je'tp, i.bng, ns best they might, without a circul
'...i.aviA.i..... r i - f ; 1 1 ir . J 1
by the Legislature, to he filled with Whign,
compel Us to pati and consider what
courie it U right and becoming fuf us to
We not only believe the doctrines laid down
by Jefferson and Jackson are right and true, and
ought to he uplield, but wo also belieVo that the
Baltimore Tlatform is a fair, honest nnd true
declaration of tho principTcs which will govern
the administration, judging from the admirable
exposition contained in the inaugural address of
Gen. Pierce ; and efficiently to maintain, and
advantageously to enrry out thoso doctrines, we
belisve the old IVmocratio visages, and the old
Demosrntio organization, the best possible: at
any rate the best attainable during the present
state of human society. Hence no new party,
no new platform, at variance with the platform
of the Democratic party, can be embraced by ns.
Pray, respected sir, do not mistake us. We
loo well recollect that you, as well as ourselves,
have been stigmatisod. most falsely, as "Free
') ..i j:..i..i 1 1 1
uvriiriB, Mini im MiButiiimtri , iiuwcvrr sofemn,
woudbe received as sufficient by our enemies.
We sec, among the actors of tho Jefferson count
meeting, at tho St. Louis meeting, in the egis
ialive coalition formed to transfer the Slate of.
fices into Whig hands, some of the identiea
ree Sorters, whose sins we were uniustv
made to bear.
It Is, therefore, with the mire confulsnrs w fianVlu
state to ydu the doubts under which we labiJr, as to
me turn T ci acuon conirnijii aifu. 10 fraserv bar.
mony and concert, ws M that it Is best candidly and
fully to state those difficulties. We know that, as a
Democrat, you would never hold a party consult' jon
with Whigs; and we know your eood sense and your
personal l'riehdahin will always lustil'v n in fra.LIv
applying to you to resolve any doubts which any pub-
., , v....a. ui n is umy in in4
wty miftannrehensions and wronir inferpnci ar mn.
dered iinpovsible. . lu.m.
It would he iineaididrnm hi. goat-skth'
".S..WverUnd left the inhabitants to
might, as quacks remedy diseases, 'be rcmovcu
witii secrsy and uispatun. . n 1
! Fouf dAys had etpsed sinco MacDougal had
departed, none know nn l none cored whither.;
and -in Two inoruj May expeotod her fatlier from
Kdinburh.o-i fchc and. her, puUtivc husband now
lived totallv anart: and it would annenr' thai
neither ha,i.lhe ajigjitest w;sh or inlention.to re
turn to more amicable relations.' 'The fifth amf
sixth ' d;ty 7asecf,; -and Mr.;Artderson hail namod.
Ue evening f the latter, as tlrat; 011 which his
s were uls unon't! e road. 'Thi thto hnl "8 e1
,'in truth a' serious 'maUef'.' ;'j Thn smtU.-l"''?11101, m'Kllt eP--Ct bim. The wirwluw of her
P,kJi.l vi, 1 .:.,!. 1 , , 1 . . ....
.1 t.;.)i .',. , ; , ., ....... . .1 1 ' .. till! Jiui'lst lilstii'es. Tliei' ui-iiAp(1iil
aoe.s.,.c., wnicu ne maKcs or mo oes truLe-1 ) P " a '. " , T.' .j"ri i
. H- ... i ,1 - ' . .... r , . . , ,uf pt;i:4tioiis,,und bejed Miv rM
ria .:asner adver iscmcnt in another 60 titrth.'ii .1... r : l it::. .
Jsiib : . curieus Statistics. Tof Irelaiid--to quit working on the road' and let I-' '. H' pace was loo . hurried : for tho sober
'.Tlffr.t.rn.-Thc wUle 'hog crop' of Clay ' ' 'P "nds Ko; home.' , Mr; Tyler' Vcplied, her fatUcr seldom exceeded in his
countv will not nav for the tobafco. cLr. Jd L"' f-'w made it hhhlfU p.rt the road in good journeying., . .R,ght fur. A.l.ford roda the
i::. jJiji.i :.. .1.' ...a .1.- ...1. .1.. 1 order and (o keen it Sd such. 'fThore wa. vM , torean piungea into tue river, atiiiotiern the
7 1 ti ....... ? ...... I. 4 Is MaaWu 1 1 - uridire was wiLhiii h:iir A mle n fln1tCAriTif
t ..... .... . - ..I. . ...:ii .... i...irA 1. 1. !........ 1
-,-.' -W- fVi-' K.,. win . r, 1 1... goon many u.ki nuis-to ne cirf down, and ra.i"""b """ " ""
and liquor, used in St. Louis The money to b,c '-Vfhat was lona, he felt itC'p!; "J 'H '"
i.i ... . ,. .-'his bouiidcii iiulv to wnrk tiitS Ha hnWl ju..roeknw horse.- He spoke rapidly, und .but one
i)enueu. 111 a ycur m imw niaic mr viiit s anu (.i , J r. . I . 1 1 1. , i- 1 .
.w..r.l build a eood church in every 'k to he preenW.I fo the grand jury for ll0g. i"en';" nd a man who had gone iorward o4
' ill n, ..lt... i,..,.i ..... "uiy unme
VIIMMIJ4 'l .ll'l'. ...I .11 V.NI. Vl .V'..l.lVI f. IIIC J
I . .iij iu ut liiiini , 1111111 ,11.11 was IOIIB, lie IV1C III. : ' V , I O 'V
'his butmdi ri'duly fa work 611.' Ho should d;s-lri!ek'" ,,0''se-" He spoke rapidly,' und but one
!. To grntily the jiassinis, men spend their L ;
y wiiiiuul the slijhtet gnwlwiiw: lul tu i
nediatelv after his aiiuoinlinenL-' iUke l" l'orse started back in horror; while
The Justices prornised to excuse him if he should '"'"'w'"1- w,l was aeoidentally within.
iiniicica lu'inre tiiein. "lie preferred to n uiiu.- ic a, hwcbj, m
' ..u...nti, -- c . . bearer ol sorrv news' the evenino- belore.. STr.
. ...w V . . .i nir Trillin. '1. , . . . . '
13 at the
Mr. H iri wa? piistiioned.
Mr. YViw, of Virginia U liere. , I t U sup
posed that he does not come without un
invitation. The old liunktr, however, are
hitter nijriinst him,' and ssy that tlta Ciwh-
iiy ouht 1o patisfy John 1 Tyler-1 Thoy
ori.i.. II.. i'!..1n i aifntnul' C- n ' stl fs.
I . 1,. k.i .. ..... 1 v' 0 putiiillj iiuicui ULiuin, wc.i. iri A k
icaru, nawever, 01 uie magmnccnt cities ot oiii !(,.,, f-,
iMijriand, which lay beyond lii native hill's, pud !i11P '
letermincd to. trratifv his rnriositv hv witne
ug medium. The tlory of the aforesaid W0J1
man runs obout this wie : he had lived to the
age of 30 years, hemfned in' between his own
native mountains, without having been, in all
that timoi so far from home as to. be out of sight
of the smoke of his paternal domiqil. . Ie hail
to a DeirTocralio President, for appointment to
office, who docs njsv possess the above various
ualificolioiis j but we do Dot see how any Dem
ocratic administration can ever knowingly ap-
pomi a uisorganizer 10 any oihce whatever.
If, then, the sinister rumors in vogue, were
lo be credited ( if one interpretation were to be
put unon voirr sneech. eto.: if tlm o .nr.n m-,rl.
ed out by the resolutions meets your approval,
and will command your support, it is quitoclear
that we should never be able to agree in a con
We believe in conventions ct the DemoCmpv.
and so or the other matters herein before stated:
. . .
11 you agree with us in that regard, there will
be, there can be, no difficulty in asrrccins as to
men; but if our vieivs do not accord as to meas
ures, it will be impossible to agree as to man.
For we should want and be compelled to in
sist upon appointees who would adhere to the'
measures of the administration, and the regular
organization and usages of the Democratic
party of the State, and of the nation, and under
any circumstances, could recommend no other,
without bcinz inconsistent with our former and
present rules of action.
Hoping that we shall, upon comparison of
views, be found to wholly agree in all essential
particulars, we have the honor to be
Most respectfully, your colleagues,
(Signed) John s. phelps,
Hon. Thos. II. BtiiTow, Washington, D. C.
col. benton's reply.
. Washington City, March 10, 1853.
To Main. Pkclja and Lamb - - -
Gentlbmen: Your communication of this
day's date is just received, and as it bears inter
nal evidence ot hflvinrz been nrenared for nnh.
brills to. Confess; so tlie'7;3uVi?'ahy.!remiU,n?
Ktw f tear and Tobacco Sfere I-
AT THR WIOWAM Irf SflooT DAVIS'tNEw
r BUILOINO, IX OOMMEKCIAL BOVT.
I r.f.li ARBDliAST b,br inform thir friends
Xj andtUe nnMie 5n''l thai tnay now oct.ipy a
room in SllOOr fc DAVIS1 now building, whsre
!hpy arepreo-iird lo (ill all criers in (hair tin, as cheap,
if not cheaper, thnany other ho'iw in the eltf. They
have a choice seliion of Tobacco, Ci(fs, 8nu(fj,
Pipes, Ae., Ae.t and they eaiHru1 say tjmif slock Wi
goods is the larttes', best anil mast comuit 4nii
mert everotferei in Hannibal.
Th fotlowir.n comprise a part ef their Brands! -.'
111,000 J-,1 Stl KeC illSst
, and Stlj
iieirrmincu lo, trratitv nis curiosity bv wilnces
irg them. ''AcCnrflinly, one bright sunny morn
mg 111 June, wirn BlturJy sIaUiu one lianj auU
a bundle of "duds" in the other, he set out upon
his jlravols. 'The first place of ariy magnitude
which he arrived at was the ancient tity of
Brisiol 'where lie detenWned fdi'tMrrr.' woritim?
tlie'.wl je as'a '(1aT'hibV)rer.tl,',,At thie-'end of six
inoiiuis, uy, 11111,101 nnrju worit anattie practicot
the most rigid'tcon'dmyv-jtudh'fti a Welshman,
ti wooden-siiod 'rfutcfiin'ail or f: a Yatikee' ony
knows how to:rexercise--h found 'hiinsolf the
legal possessor of the enormous sum of ninetaen
sliiA'iiigs iinJ sixpence, sterling money oftireul
Dritain. Supposiii tliat he had well nih ex
hausted the coffers of Bristol, lie concmled to
tohe w'JulJ prcfar Mart's Van
Buren at onc3. .Thev have tiacn clirunii!?
oiranotlier batch rvT iiiiscellaaebui at'irjolnt-
ments around tka etlj&j tq-ay-,"'l'le scWc-
lion ol foreign. niirnUir is a! tiiUiwiJt jgl .
it is reporiea jtiiqi lueorgQ' iaw, ,11011. a
pnvate conierence witn ltie I
lerdav. This looks ominous,:
F10111 the progress making 'tor the iGaJrd-f
ttiore. It , covers t3rertvJ'mtic!i te whole f
Mexico. ' ' "J 1 '""' ""M,:;,
AT THK -WIQvVAM IN SHOOT A DAVIS NEW
BUILUING.IX t:(LMMKllUAL ROW
TH,? W )?ryT inforo, their rrWhis't
-J and the pnbhe (rrferalW that Kiey )w Meuty di
the, are prepared I. Wl ait d,r.i tk.ir lio. .iickeap, .
if not riiaaper, thwi any other house ip the city Tbei
tiiva.a loire selcctton' Of Tobaecii' ni.., f
.Pipes, ' fce.J A:t aitd they IA truly say- hW tkl ( !
n- 1 ." ' fltt fallow MiRcaoini we a part of (hair BranIf.,1,,
n .i Im i dawrel
r,?;v.u 4 Ij i- union Oil. ipnl
'.socnding thc hill which oveilooks the city, he
turned upon it a hiuk of conpassion, and pathet
ically exediined, while damling 111 his Irur his
uulvii.i utJ-li'fciiUfC, "..!.'..! nr Hristol !
if hur should make such Another draw upon hur.
then begged him to resign. llr., '-""'S -s 'y'Z? at the n woma be pour tlnstul, indeea ! "
. 4lht Mftff wirn lined tn d.lu
: Gallowfate, had been stabbed, on the second I M lU'iOtl UitV. willCll llrJliiiAftt
. 1. , . . iw ri .. r. 1- j . i.j-.ii n .11 i i f . .. .
tlirihriee of. n newspaper for a year . The ci- 1 oiC ,"ni'!'' lli,vlnr 'nrance that he ,"'". "l "lc usb, io ine ncan. riouuery iuckv. recipient ol tlie trade of the Aler-
gars go out in smoke, and leave no impress but s"","Id ?l,nn.ob,i" ' ul t think, w-" "ul u mouvc-ior ,. waicn nn.i money :KhanU ol JShel hy vi i le and iioxmJJc, is beau
ZullrSu; whilst the .pelling-book and the news- ""f '1 rircnmafance. or rosiguiug." . : , J no been abstracted by the murderers, nnd tjflly .silU!lteil ; ,0 centre of g m ljfl.
p-atl dick lo the mind nnd memory, and ena- ' , U 15 Ile "''' work upon '' oa"'e. f ,I,e """'nation remained a mys- ce, ,,. d wJic, k, , f
hies men to raise themselves.
creation. Liberty Tribunet
LacATioN or Tiit ttait, Roab. The Direct-..
ors of the Hannibal end St. Joseph Kail Hoad,
at their meeting at iJlusgow, located the road on
tm tina reirtinitiemliirt hv thn TnormAtfr in hiit J
rcmru 10 naies anu enjoy tne Jruus ot his toil. port. Tlus is what is known as the Southern
A. .1... 1 !! ..I.: 1 1 1 .1 I . I - i . .... . . .
grafify-tlie mind they will even air at the ;Ji',"tc "
? - - ' ii-. 11. . ., . . i I he nislires thi
m.0 m . . i.r, . , ...v , . . ,',,.,. ,k.. viiu i...r. . i . Ua owate. had been atahlicd. on the seenn.l jl ai in.i t ;,t v ii.i, ii ... .V
fuid citfars come to a mie line-book, am lorn o : ' 1 . i"' '-"uv- nn nuru iu uumm , " - , . . .. .r . . v -w.
. ' I hi!. iimc fiiw
YrvM the S'. Louis Ki niib'.';ca:i
j mii A Thjr.liag Incidcat
TiThe old flag staff at the Barracks had been
shaking ar.J toppling all winter, and the Hay be
ing calm, the General had a party detailed to
take it down.
-'A ioldier, Michael IcAnally, of Col. Bragg's
alter y, accordingly mounted to the cross-trees'
and unshipped the lop-mast; from some cause it
became very unmuuiigcablo and glided through
the'ftlaU'orm to the ground. The man nf the
iitciiivi V, niiu i-ll.l- ..... ' . r-.. i Tl. . , , , --'rt l"'i. "iiii.ii aiu 13 iiiu ill
.above the brute ,hK i-''. widening, excavating, filling, graicling,- The perpelrtor were unknown: and , f of waters " It was fmridod
aooe me uruic j McAdmiW Tor nearly two month. m. all that coulo? even induce a suspicion was, that , ' waler lt, was "U.Ued
4 Jung one of the finest "Si , the U "on. It wce"bit throe strangers on n twenty year, ago by a llevcrend spec-
is t nought by many that tin
repair for nearly century
'is thought by many that the road will not ueed,tl"M,,rnP,ke a wl,,le bL'fore- ami alie could on- "alt" x.ij.ana tore oriel peno.l,
. . - 'l..,..tll... . P.I. .11-11 nn iLo limnii nthui. iim...,.h In.i.n ...lilnl. .u I
j ivi uuu uiiu ul luem was reu-neaiieu. L wo mm vhh., .i.iii lymo iiuiuo auu
'days ufter the sad iuteligence reached Ashford idenly sprung up aliout the s line time on
the body of the murdered man was brought 'siicculation. cut uuita a coiiiijiiMimi-i ti 'iirc
HA? ANDERSON'! MARBIAOK.
on, the legend or ELnroao.
,hoine, 'and it was laid in the little vault at the I
bottom of the garden.'
and Utica Divide Koute, leaving St.-, Joseph,
and passing Up Whitehead's Branch, .and run
ning near the residence of Judge Leonard.
This line misses every village between- St. Jo
seph and Hannibal, running 3 mile
Buyer's old place 4 miles south of Evansville
12 -.:!c; """h nf Plaltsbiue 5 miles north
of Kingston 1 1.2 miles south of L'lica t i-2
miles south of (jhillipotho 6 mies south of
Linneus 3 miles south of Bloomington and 4
miles south of Shelbyville, to Puhnyrj, which ip
made a point in the Charter. . ,r.
Alexander W. Rukh and Thornton S. Talbott
were appointed to sclent (he lands to which the
company is entitled, nnd are to proceed to the
performance of tlul duty as soon as they can be
commissioned. . , '. i
K. M. Mullet anl 1. U, aelmes, two ol the
5.000 l Union da.
5.000 l.s Ploma do.
6.000 La .Tinnm;
SO.Oon Jaito Sam Prineipesj
-; I.OIK) Plantation! . , t
l.VKW Ciimmoii Iteciliasi' t
10,000 Half Spa.il.hi
'. irginia Chiyinj Tobacco.
tVin. Ilaie's, J.f Hare's) James Thomas', am
llALffv'a T.,h:ki.j. . . .. '
Missouri Tobacco. 1 ' , ''' '
D.J. Garth's No. 1; HendeNoa-. lo. J; Biickner's
No. I; Jami.nn'i No. U Danaman's Cherry Juice Wa
I; MotfoU At Harris' 6 Lump. , . . 1 -v
All of which we will sell low for eah. .
rmch24-wtlj LEKU A ARBOdAST. "
Keceived A new lot of Imperial Cisrs. 1 c -- 'i ',m
. THEiNUIANCHlEp", !r ,
AT HIS NEW HOW.Er';;4
AGAIN offers his Pipe of Peaee and WeleeaM So
his biiidtous PALE FACE rrieads, and iitile
them to call at tm WIOWAM, in Shoot A Davis' '
builJine, in Commercial Raw. where the r.m cj
I... ...nr. ....
...5..,mtmiil i A ,, ,i . .
C1UAR3, . V "
TOBACCO. . .. .',.,;.-. a- ,,
; PIPES l
All of which will be sold cheap. Persens about to
emigrate to California, and wishing to supply them,
selves with the above articlee. will find it to Iheir in.
teresj to remember the INDIAN CHIEF, ia Cimmer
cial How, Hannibal, M. - (mch-2t-w-3i)
""e ' ;u . I
nds, will constantly idictata tint HatiRtbal caiwt ,1
nui uo auanuonaa ror uamon.' ' " -io
i.000 La Patoma do.-
6.0UO La Normaifi'JtJrrKlOHA
(;,. 2.0W.T'ahtattoll?w, i'-"Wk.J l
I ''"t.tfWHl.,i,l..i.ij:.L ... ... rr . .
!' K:.ir!f SpasBShl'l n i- f "
'H .y..!Vrinjii!.Clewing fubaccoV '
.'rTm,,H4."!u,'1'fe ttairfajjamei Thomu', Vnd Sla'"
Halsey's Tobacco. , ' .T "j,;,,
'jli I,,, Missouri louacco.
mP'.V, ,nW''A't lVBieltaerS
Nv l;t JauiSi'a 3ii h .Umamani. rj,, i..:.. .7
ll Mctrett Hairi.' 5 Luihn " VTt.Vt,l
' i r ...it k iT : .1 . r .
All of whfc h we Will tell i1btkii.
mch24-wlfl , , tr,E A AWBOGAfiT,,
' Heeeivoit a nam JntoX impetiaj Cigars.' ","
TI.. .!....,!, .. .1 i :t i l ... i
.T i f 1 -ii ii i"cmn. iviwuii una lerriuic uuu uiiexpra ieu
'1 sliaw. a truce with her former follv. and i i.:. ......,.i..i .
I .1 ' . 1 , ; ! ' .i i" . ,. ".'iiiij iiaaiuiicil IU (HI UllHUIlCU. uaiiiiii.'r
keep thee to what concerns us inorenian the idle may wel, ilI1!lf(inej . no nuity ebulluion
lantnsips nl n lnvo.u rmt ti-iinili Tallin riAint i. .
oi sorrow escaped Jicr -tor her s
M '. "Was the composure of settled di stress."
' JIusgrave assumed 'the inky cloak,' that
.'mockery of mourning; but many circumstances
torn under." Nine out of ten men with a spar jn, (0 cl)1IIpK.-with the rcquest'you would,uf '", faring, indicated too plainly that his
.fifty feet long shooting and, rasping like an ar- IUVC m.1(ie 0f ,nei ;t' would not' be possible, inas-1 1ret; sorr,,w w? P"f on- " '(?.' a'
ept his post composedly and gave imjMa'ic-utl y.
uing to the parly below "lo 'stand 'I'llgivcit
lailtaMCS of a love-slruek wenclu Tothn nninf.!
my friend. Vhcn thou asked the money, what
was the, ansHi tr said the red Highlander,
give it llicc in her own words i 'Were '
J . . ' " ' . - .. . .; 1 PV l MIS If IU.
The reptrrt of M dor BrocWm, tha chief en- I'm aoybeatnf sidaiteaaa. if .NeKir.Vm..I
"V ..in.-. , , . .,..,. ... " , .-.t in hei lni-n ii.-lt,,v nn 1 1, ni fi I o. i ' i . -i. i. ...,i.t..,l, a . ' not esch bitnl il.. ..... ,u2 ..ni'TT"
f im ii.ni w ....i. .Dt PoJ i .. l. iV.'.: . w' . t , c r iiuiil in hi uni.ii ii. en v .uui iiunr - r -1 : t' ii'iiun wm, x j vi leer ia Turv 'ichltihy mm, n in uc 'uuimuiu ' ; , . - v j -. - ...
Inn :i ili.-v heiirhl. would havo ''left the vard' r . r .t r. i- , . ... . 1 Mav'n silent and iinohtrnsii-e rrnnf wns Iihi fe- 'MlG latter lilace has coma 'well nlirli nn. 'nnmt.liUf'fiirm. ami will contain muuh informa- i .. ".' l'Vr h
n . J o ; , :' .... tiioi'ii, juy liiiner aei on lor X'j Jinuurvrn. 13111.. ., . .. . . .' . '. n . i . .. i .-'' -r - . - o-, if 1 7 . , ,
tia tuilUilea iroiil uiu piauurui. . . 1 t(,()rll u
through their hands, with an insecure fu'ot- as uhout
unp'incr! Liku the muhrooni, however, Directors residing at Hannibal, sunt in their res
it had its day; lor the last ten years it has ignations; Mr. MofhMt is Treasurer of l).e coin
been gradually floating down stream to !pany and assigns that as the reason for ..'resign
llatinitm!, until, vve aro informed, there U at i'S a Director. Mr. Schnes expresses ; much
pre.-ent -nothing more left' of it but a few jintereat in the work, but cannot; attend to the
miserable sh'anties which w ill not pay the du,ics t",elu, un aocounl of lus other en-
cost of translation. - Hut a bri-M ter era W"l'",s T"e vacfancM:4 llu' cdr
, ... K . . I be tilled at the licit regular, meeting of. the
seems o be da wrung iid her, and Marion j Byafi ,0 be ,ielJ at U,n on tKe nr.tSMo.!day
l.ittr lli.-.iilfVlvfl.Atiii..irl.il.ll,..i... a'.I .Ua i ....... i T:
I ,1111.1111 .lie i'iiitiiiii niuuciliu yi llio i in IVf Ay riCXt
I,.. ., l ..r II. 4 I) I.I. . 1 -.
ii.t.1 vuuii i9 ui. i wi;i t int; niiu s".r 7A'C mav j ne
yet iu. lie? 'iurn' 'ivvalNiw' up Hannibal,' as !gineer
THE INDIAN CHtRF ' ' ' -'- JT
, ' A T 1 H IS 'M B W -II in kim .
t ttUtumrtlm.iwTww : tv.,,
XX, tns fininroiif PALE VAC.F. IVi.I. .Z :..2I4
them to tall at his WIO W A M. i Rhln a.' ZZZ'll.t
building, in Commsrpiiil Rjw, where they caa ind r
llnrpe assortment of . ' ", 'I
LlUAWt,- ( , .. (
, ... TOBACCO, " '" ;T
"; aVrr ?-ro. ,;n IAi'in
l . v.:,,,',!,AND ... ,T ..
All of which will be sold chran. (. .i . ...
emigrate to California, and wnbin I WPDr tum -selves
with 1be above article,,, will 2nd It t.tha '.
lerest to remember the INDIAN CHIKK, m CcmJoM '
cial Row, Hannibal, Mo. v. f mckiZTZ,
(6 conceal my thoughts were he u ' uisuirueu ny the uistaut iironr ot the guipliing Alarum Oil)., ,, iys vcrrons, ns ; ttoti ol general ! intercsi. ine coai region
I. ... . nCtllllfPn orirlb. ' r III ill nn.'iainn .11 ...nl.n.l I,,, i.l.. !'. I ..I . . . .1 t . ' TrU I . ilV....lnli ..rl.;..I lli f...:l li.a.OE IC ttHv il villi ill Oil
iiiu uitii hi suj. ivuiiiun- " "-" - j
I i- i. 1 - p 1 11 i ..... -f..!'
'nnu is snowil v u oi uuuihuub caviiu. in.ij.
iU ..a... Wl- I .nut. im.L. i lit. llio lipr.fi.irv ar.
-noised at the mast head, now swaved over. ',1 ,,,i,i..r .,..Ht;, ..r i.: , ...i. n 'ound no diflieulty in raisinsr sunnlies for the 1 "e fOau lias iieeu made to nay a larce ran2ement s for tmblishinz his report, which
-Woke short oil at its base, ami plunged with a jsiUyte .humbly but honestly earned as it wus tJ ex,ravagance of himself and his disolute com- iu politics, ou u!l sides of a political trian-jwil contain a map of the entire route. When
-treineudous crash to tho ground, ' . '1;tj4i.,j discreditable outlays and support nr'of-1 1'8"'011.8! soiling cattle, and borrowing money -gle; has served as a hobby-horse to ride into 'published we will make such extracts, as will
en i II' i I. . ...ml i i.i n ..in. .Anh I A ...hn,.u . . .er V 1 1 M. ifitfshtv 1 1 4 i .1. .1 . J? .... il I ..1. . 4 . t I. . . t. - & 1 a a A
14 4lie SOIuier iiic iiie.iiiiiiiiu, h aaieii mi i m.miu j, ,a,, oln. ..ng i ' iiiifiii me leijama, ivnu luoaeu upon nun as iiieip-.iMin'c, UPOU illu oac.K OI Wllicn one tenaiii ue 01 liueresi io our rrurr. ,
i .While the party
top mast, lo tho ill
ly slanders, the in
y below ,vcre removing tf.r- Jhcre I wiht oomplv, as, in a wire's duty iru'iken argiea; which occasionally reached her 'tils veteran RUeli
.sinayandqimHternatiou orthe !j,ll0Ui f ' boun.l.-n to obey my husband-s i,0,"Br' chaml,OT r""1 ,iie ball below. Mus-,le Cluoniele. .
lain mast with tho soldier still lllilll(lute ; .hut at the same lime, I would, a a'?";' ",,imed tUo master ; ail, as sucdi, i - TT".
PillaVTSTRATOE'S TfOTICEL :
VT O TIC E. is berb , K, b,. tht , tb. endersiiWd "J! '
il mintstiator haa ebtaned freaBithe Clerk ofjlh
County eit,t B.tJ, .ooty,,n vic,tior Ir'lil, O
.Umiiii-trlmn on the etate of THO'i EMISO v J.
ceasel,.peailit atl. Mal4Ul . ,,"
AH persons having deraaauU aai.ial ssid ,'ea!3e" a
reqauaa ! Mlb.bM,ui fnrUowaue, wUhia om
from ihe data of , ,,d or.ey may b(! j,
maieta'i . "eHelarmaieii
jearj they b Xoferer
NTT' iJhrt-v, S'"0 hat-the mweniened 'ex
ecutor hits cb laii.nl fmm. .. n.... . f. "
Ralls cvmty; let' era nl te-iameutatr ea ataa eiu It
All twir.n... Si...'j.Ml...l-'.'-. ' .1. :.
.. 6 uru.mni aainm said ewifle. are
Hlllf-il tn .wti.hit II.. M. .ii. ... '
. - - . n , l.'ijlll U
1iU pokilU'ii as lhc iuai went over, and circling .jj
e iiigh through the air with frightful velocity, he Mat I
V. .. . ir : ... ir ..... ...1 i.m 'in. '..o . . : '
v-willl peruci sen poePMou .injure,, inur, , PoUence, rriend Angus, the worst is yet to,
IitfearUte frame-work ol li e cross trees,' and as coine, I 'blazed up, while she remained cool as
.vthe mast nearcd the ground, he, evidvMitly with. ..n;cici,.. J threatened to goto the (Jermnn
rwell measured lea., a ightcd with saWy Vurs, and she rrpliefl, tliat 'any change in my
-t.frtnid.t his comrades. All were startled '"I" ...n.rse of life' would probably be for the betler
eds-izemeiit,as-inuch by the mtrepijity display- lVlial;thii.k ve of lliat-" ' : . !
-,d, as by the imminent peril it averted.'; - .;Vhy, I tl.ii.it that we are as nearly done up'
Ji. The main mast was forty-eight feet high; the we ca1 j.C- . yyh.xj nPti p, I
aohlicr land.d at l'llly.fiom its bise. .r 'ot eiwagti!, became silly, I admit swore
hv ' okra Heam . : that 1 would deeply rrcollect (he slight she had'
i . 1 ' 4 ' r . .... .. j .1 . l . .
The New Orleans Picayune gives a further i' . .1 , 'Tv , " , veuv"T
l'S '-..... ..r ,,.,f,,.ir.f.-nrv r,., hen.,, i lalh"r died, the next Yule oltcrwards, 1 m otild
from the lihrcs of the okra "gumbo
'"vhioh prows in irre.it abundance in L
sat was a I ninorr direct at me,' exclailnedi"'', wllile P.()r RIay was to deeply immersed !Uub Siewarl has bi-en mounted for the last j The returns from the different cfDces.' ahow
in sorrow, to eiiher hear or heed the wasteful
means by which her profligate husband recruit
ed his exhausted treasury.
six vearc--IJIoomington Republican
A .mArn mutiiitfiila unit ir..'...l..!!zsflini-
i. . .i ...''.. imits allowed to the luiiiP3r,v w:t!:t
iicvt-r w.i iiiuuo nuiiiusi any ueuiicmau , , m i " i . 1
.(... ,t - ... .. ri c . . .i make wleetions. The road as located
lm ... .-' "r,"A"T,I" 'v miles mleugth, so that the company will be eo
Rc.ublir:au polilcly tenns him, Stkw. ittid unjertl0 gritul to ltjl sections, or 7G0,-
...v iv " ..u-.i.v. w ,,,v rotaores
Inn) into ollice
March 21, !S53-w3t
'about 7t0 000 acres in com, and over 700,000
iaeres in odd sections, ol vacant lana will. in the te forever barred
'!!! u-liich la I M.K nt iu.1
I .m ir ainmaiica. vtinsueasa
year fiom the dale or said latere, Ihey - IT.
dnded Iioid m he. .til r ..Li T ' f ? T
cUima are uot rxhioaltd wiilii,, 1 1. r. Jj-r.
ISAAC Llfru 'Ais-.i
-w3t ia Y. 'n-.L.i s.., fium
r FI.YJ1L SK TTLEMRXT,:
VTfrriCE ia hereby given ibst lbe DdersiVr.!iI,. ad-
ani'wstratorof the etateof JAMlSOlf SAMUKL.
a gooso that had
('l!y our Iidy ! a sillier boast never passed the!
lip's ot aV.irfc man ! 1 What nexti" J v , j
'In.iecil; she S4RI J ut is well yon chose the
! kirkya'rd orj whivh" to feed your iwultry 1 for
utter to nmrfowei'rning were it but the pus-
,r.. gentleman savs that it vicl.lcd fn.ni lhiriv-i,,lr;'rl m " ",,,..TB ' m'v, neou vm j will Wive
d,.. P 1 1 (rt ,U,.,J. ,.,1. ,.t,.:, I,;,.'.,. right to that in AIUont. Ily father will
1111 HI ... I I ' ... ll..! (Kit .nnii.4 iiniiilffll ufirl liftl.r. .......1.
.111.1111. iii.h .'.vuii . JP-'q'i m.i wv. vi w ui-.t ftrv
II -. .
'Vyhich grows in great abundance in Liiiiisianu,
' ins it dues in hur xwn Btate.-- ine expermiiin
1 l f .. !. ,.,l..ili. i,w-fnl.i mill. Air H'l.l.
, ,iias urrii uiiiinin ..vj .v.-, ...
has taken out a pnM.f fo Jus inveutioiu. -lie
. first roinnieiii'i'd tl.e cult lire ' of ekrtt with lhi
1 ..n ilie nhititntlon nl'-f .niimul Wlii't'. mul i
. uu vi.ii 'i. - i ' ' r
J ' ' . J . . 1 . . :. . : ..l I...1 r. . . . 1 .
have at iny Christmas table
grazed upon Ins grave.
' . FniD AY EVENING, MARCH 2.ri, J85S. , .
. The J. MeKee put-off nt this landing this
morning, a large quantity of goods Tor Mr. Me.
Afee, merchant of Shelbyville. Several con
siderable shipments qf goods have passed through sacrificing disioiti6n', have atvay been Twenty live miles at each end are to be prepar- '"' Jjfpff j",-hr Jr iaatercte
Hunuibal for Shelbyville within the last t'o or kl3lliciert lo procure Itim ,tie confidence und ed imiuediely,, and the work ' commenced. tarBtC'i7W'lil ''V MOFrETT 'IjIh
three k.ys.. ... ..; jSUp()0i.t 0f iie intelligent constituency w' ttbout the-first of May. , The 1 , c , ,, , MV"?r
, . ' il.f..". ' ''.' 'he hot .an -fiiillifnllvi Rerveul. 1 In 'mat Im contract requires the road to be rinished.' and UNAI. S Vffrt V M WAIT. " V w
ATOTICE is herehygive t ihe auid4rsweat ad.
ii- t c I ...' ."eceasco, win appiy a meTiext Mar' lee ' -
His stiiienor order of ta!- Mf. John Duff ono of the Co ltractors of the d-;n tiiini'daveP m -4f,s. Wl lJ.Z:JJ;":
Several con- k nU, bis energy o,f character, nnd hU self., roud was present al the meeting of the Board. ;of Ma cmuij liissou.rj, to.iyakr aal.sittlmM
jr-The New London Plank Road.'io' far .' 'vistlvand emp'iaticallv termed the father 0f tuny qoiPpa miour years.
not sncceed to what- was '
.ner acre, uud reo'iired less work than unv vtlu r
'" crop until the gathering commence, wluaj, vj ith i I''IS"(S , ., .
"J proper apparatus, the labor would be Irs il.au . ,;'U,UJ; , " 1
lii'. iil. ..:.if... nK iinr. -Thb l'.,..,ii,. iallicr f
, Willi viiuti i.u.i.w.. ...... .l l,,.., ...ji ,,r- ..,,.,:, ,,,.,i ,
RUTy; V r 'Tj i i vii'ini IU m:HTll IO
xi'Ci ine ciuiiivs you wt-.tr: ana thobc s.une
, i.i .
' 'The merit of this l.pmp consists in the cheap
" '' Tiess nf its culture tho -abundance of the raw
material; the-quickness with which ;ii grows,
" giving, we undorslaiil, three crops a year j it
superior yield to the aure, of livo tiinea us much
as the Kentucky hemp j the money saved in its
.being made near at home and not brought from
a distance ; its more durable qualities in iva'tr
or damp than any ollur hojjipj und its easy
V manufacture into bagging. Tl.ik last article i
made and needed in suuli quantities I' it imy
aubstance that will supply it, of crjnally good
qnality and et cheaper jutrs tlmp caii.be allurdoil
3,v tint ureseiit basis uf jualiufaclule, uiusl.be-
caioie a staple, in tlii luai ltd aiid. vic of jirolablc
pursuit. : . . ..,-,
Our luunp ((rowers w'l havo to watgh the
progress oi ll.M;w cvib-ure. RejuibliCn.
, Hivcr very ,Jow, bufrisine;.
il is completed, takes nearly all the travel men (the P.nilrnd; for we verilv believe that, I '
preferring to pajthe toll rather than travel pn Uvithout bis extraordinary eneiliom, und ' The first number of theDiily HanniliuV Jour-
uie pan, ( , , , . 'personal Raerijiees ol time and nuitiey, this nal has ci meto hand, a neat ana spirited utile
.We are glad to fuj'd.'the above in 'tie r'rli Is'ca.l work,' nbw" so tu)S.iciously eomnienc-' sbpet, evidence of. the go Witivrnesrff its
Mercury., It; lau- that the people of Mod-u' w.oula ' M.ltl .aoeyanc..
r . n f....i;.i..i ,i, 1..,.. m... ,.-:ollowui2 .-barograph-, copied
a -y- "V .Ch.ot.iele of AiwiM 1851, will erve i.
is taken on a" proposition to subscribe stock in
the Hannibal, Hulls county und Paris Plank
Road,' il will be favorable. ,
my poor iiriiii'eii ji.iri ni pant for. I'.xcuse me,
Sir, I'm bui.-ied writing, ''ii'.i is my father's
how; these rooms aro miiu. T'io cf fh-r re
lnuius iinlocUi'iii um;j1i0 priclegc lor ll,e time.
Urink, !sir, and deeply as you please; you may.
eve long, liud wine not readily procurable.'
'lly Heaven, you umaze me!' exclaimed the
red MaeP'M.gal, "1 khould have nut as soon ex
pected toeave seeu a camiry biruasuil a cat, ps
that iui!k-uiid-4 uter wenth turn upon thee-
iVh.il did ye Y'.
'JVhal ccadd I (hal)ut atie.ak from the room,
searcid ' orediting the' evidence ol my own
..1. ses. 1 he change i" bearing was ho sudden
iiul i msrxehiua 1 . Vhat dev il is in lisp wind,
Antrim 'i' '.-..- . j
The devil, indeed !' returned MuvjraVc's
;.tr.paniiA' "l iAauk .iliere arc not a cnuplu ot
Ijirivuto geiilluwrn lroiu . the JVutlaitd jja liiiChion'icl,'7
Good News. We learn from Mr. James M.
Clark, of TuJ.ion, who is just up from ihe
Missouri river, that Mr. Dull, the railroud con
tractor, arrived at Glasgow before tho bourd of
lireutors adjourned; und that he has advertised
13ut the e'iUir (Mr. Clemens, )' and' of th yt row lit- iid
from 'tl1oVliWal', I'rf H,'of that ity.PmMi,rcury.'
- ' f I T 1. i. I ey. i .i 1 Lsu!: ; '
iilV. I.t.tt ltiiil lliA 4nifdiAi,i lf SliulliiL-nt
as a sullicieul relutaliou of the silly and un- have determined to withdraw their trade from
luuadej charge joUhe llepublican. ' Hannib d and transfer it to Maiian City.' ,Thie
Cm.. R. M. SrEwaaT. .This gentleman ar- is a good inoVe j our'neV'liant Juuld do the
rived in our town on Sunday evening last, and 'same thing. R i neturer to M-iraoo city 'in
remained ti affr dinner the next d iy. He had Hanaibal, and is snid to be a better roiC '
made aprioiiitineiits lo address 'he ueoule at this Hloominston Henublican. . , . .
place and at Spring 1 1 a, upoii the subject of ibe ( From the urxwe it will be seei) that Slielby
...111 .1 ll.. Si ... I
.ii-iij-' ii -wr-iii, vi. auMfty, im imra oav
of , V. ay . 1 1 n t V Count y Cbnrt et 'Meiiea eeual
Missouri. te Hiake liiel etileiaet oi aai mtd ..til
and where all peraons iitereetatt eaa aaSainl ef ih
think pro,r. ..
lttilrnad, but declined Joinir so in cou.'(i'iMice vil'.e and Hloomington are quite aixaspcrated on
of the enfeebled s'a'e of his health. I to re-' account of the treatment they have received
for letting to tl.e lowest bidder, nn
"A mil, contracts for the (rVadiiag of 2j miles at
each and of the road. Tweuty-fivc miles of
grading in the centre will he put under contract
sometime in May.
.Mr. Duffassurcd the directors that he could
command plenty of money to complete the riiad,
and Ittet it was his intention to '-nut it tlirougli.V
is speedily as possible. Our friend (tiUtrap
will have to sharpen up his baUlo-uxo i.u.l
marshal hi forces, or Mr, Duff will build the
road in spite of Lis tremendous opposition und
the lirnadxides of hard epithets he discharges i t
Ihe drvoted heads of the directors. Chilioutiiii
advertised qiicslc 1 us to sny, however, th;d he wifl deliver from the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad com- t g
the 20th of (an address at sprtnK Hill on Friday the lii'h of pany. They ha.v determined to withdraw their jk--i
.. c .i....i... i ... ri.:u:.. k; i....i.. :;... .. t n.....;k,t . :.., ,i,. i,..,.,i ...i
o i riiuo
Srptember, and oue at Chillicothe on SatimL
from Hannibal, a point they have "fad and
..t . vvi cunnsi ivtrr iifch;i.
5r e w.)tii woMv? -A. iitr
s SbPTt MCWS,itsisrsrihe ua)
varieties, and adopted to (he present ane, Afaina aea
son( t wub) reaivetiiatlf iaw' Me. aMealto.af IK.
iLAUlKSto the asrtuieiit of laieat atvle HnIfTH
I .-.isniue "i wtjicli are imlerd eery hamtsotoe ahd flue, allaa
I fei.-.u,... u :l,K.(.,k. nu. .. i. . ; . . . .
I i ...-'. i,,uuw,.., '.w-.i., rm,iiaie4 IJM.
tars, fleere and i!s. alas) Keibtotdere4 , lUadkM.
eheifi, Kid Uluves. Silk Mils, Lace YiU,,Tanaa, Jllln.
tier.,, and S'inJiy utiier arltclei too tedioua to maatioB.
I nr ui-mteaHrn-wiu iumwii.t,! Ui nay ef
" aww -ui. aiaoi. equal ie Igoia rol
y ate-.Jlfia,"(id,,vf eour-e.mr.eh lowers we bare
ln-rUaps the fi test cf iillauieu's fade Kid a3M.-
you ki.ow Mon."' Iittleed, not to' partiela4BMwe
wish it distmcily amderateud by aU Uiaae we'a easy
come, tlaaJ w have end, inlauj to keep en and, n,o
uis lui, ouier lua'caoj feuerar aaviuiiii f
l)iy (iooda, Quiensuare, 6 eceiies. Hardware, A.t
.vd that taesi-ll as low a tfie loweatf and c a:lie.
utady a'd "most reapeeivully" lavile all ef SHirteU.
cajloii.e s aa.il lrtenJsaniJ Ue public at Urge, to re
uienilirr us, ' e prouiina to bade oa the ' 'sulbalM
iintci le, ami will use our endeavor U fee. titua
S4liSl-C1iun 10 our rmwnna " . ji -t.l aiV
I nn also AeeH h K. Jtcua Cotdasei JTseto,
i v, and keep an hand1 packinf yaro, bed cords,' ha'lat
jhe nru lice of his use- bHwsVu 'the kilel : pUe.,. .tye luive, eeverul jh shoeteei notice Ityawewia' WiaafuJfv JJj
tlie IJailroaJ t'anipany', 'obliging, eloarer fjejuttis&sig ieicljaat,tha( du U.ois, uichtTaSiu W. KtilCHUTAU
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the ld.li. fattened" for some time past, bt lirviutf as thev
Colonel Stewart appeared to bo somewhat an- did, Ihe people thereof true friends and allies uj
noyod ut the annunciation of his name in some their prof-penty. But now they ihiitk otherwise,
of the public prints as a candidate for Govern- 'and give ent to their feelings in a style becoming
or, and rcqnesled u lo slat that lie was not an the deceived and betrayed. . , ;
aspirant for that tifliee, nor dors lie expect to be, '' If tlify at in earnest, (which we Jo Hot
though be feds pr.tfjrful to ol' his friend doubt) tl'ey cun find up this way a convenient
who have dvdim! lam wor'liy oT filVn-.o so dis- point io lr!iislr tlicrf trudo to. ll is no further
lihguii-hed a post. He eonsidi ri' r!',is ptibio from here to ShelbyvU!, thaii it is from Han-'
liscl.tinicr luui'ssiiry, in order to jii event thoso inb.d to Shell yvilie, siid with a very lillle iin-
iiiitiU.c . characters, m ti'i:;r" M-wger. Irom j rov mead in roaa can uo juaiie as gom as (hat
iiii.irtprcai'ti'.iitg U"n to .lie nri'ju lice or Ins use-' between tn hslel . pi4C... e luive, eevrrul
fuluv a prekidvut of
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