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HANNIBAL JOURNAL. MARCH 24, 1853.
tV ULWaiatBa, iW an Prnprlrtor.
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SATURDAY JCTEWIICO; MAftClf JV1S53.
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N i 10CiTT0M 8T THI KAXL&OAS.
Tito .ours, pursued ty the editor of lli.
Bloomington Republican is tractable to one
emus .rn the fact lhat the railroad did not
pass through hit town, to the perpetual injury
t the Interests of the road, and at a if cnormou
, rese afion 0 tl osjienie a ens(f notion.
The country around Uloomijf ton it rough, end
it Waa necessary to fall three milei south of that
village, in order to obtain good location. It ia
unreasonable to expect every petty locality to
be accommodated, regardless of expense, dist
net, or preperty.
The totgaiea named by that paper have been
virtually released from their subscription by
the Legislature, and consequently the Company
ka lost nothing on that score, by the course
adopted by the jsWd of Directors. It is true
that Macoji hns paid her subscription; but the
Majority .f the people of that county are ns ful
ly benefited by the present location, as if it had
curexi y utrctign juoominirion, and it ia
they who aubicribed the stock of the county.
The peeple of Hannibal are universally and
entirely satisfied with the course of the Board
el Directors. , They would not have the route
. verted an inch from its present location. It was
the only route recommended by the Engineers,
. and consequently the only one that could hay ebeen
eJTwi span at that meeting of the Directors;
and had , the Hoard then dared to adjourn with
eut jnaking a , e9catfn, there would have been
an excitement front one end to the other of the
Road, which would have towered far above the
furor1 of the interested Bloomington landhold
er who figures so prodigiously in the Republican
MI. has not only given us the design, but. as
you can see, he baa calculated ten nicetv the
number of brick., (he surfrco of atenc. the
quantity of lumber, the weight, lenp-th, size
and form or (he required iron, as well as the
quantity of ether materials, and the cost of con-
(ruction. It is a valuable Wnm-.i '
Ludlow Weston waiHuml. If. I,n. .1..,.,
his head, and thought ot the contempt he had cast
upon his companion's studies.
'Mr. Bracket.' continual ih viailnv. if m
authorised by the State committee to pay you
one thousand dollars for tbia dp icrn. and nl)in In
(Tor you ten dollurs ner an !... iV hull.
dir.g is in course or construction, lor vour ser-
ticet os suncrintendi nrr Arnhittanf. first
named sum I will pay you now, and before I
leave, I would like to have from you an answer
to the committee's proposition.'
ciore me detention returned tt. S
Charles had received hi thousand dollars cash,
and accepted the offer for superintending the
erection of the Stale House.
'Ah Charles,' said Ludlow Weston, after
they had finished their supper, you have indeed
chosen the wisest part. I had not thought that
a carpenter could be such a man.'
Anil why not a carpenter as well as any.
one P It Olll V rcuilirei Blnrls- anil anr.1 irnf inn '
'But all men are not like you.'
'Because all men don't trv. Let a mnn not
his eyes upon an honorable point, and then fol
low it sl.udily, unwaveringly, and ha will be
sure to reach it. All men mav not occunv the
same sphere, and it would not be well if thev
should i but thera are few who mav not reach in
a degree of eminence in any trade or profession.
iiu iiiaurr now nuinoie u may De.
'1 believe you are right, Charles ; but it, is too
late for me to trv now. 1 shall nevrr i. nn, ii.in
- m " W Mill kill! IfC
but a journeyman. .
'I will own Ludlow, that you have wasted the
best part of your life for study ; bat there is yet
time and opportunity for tlr'"i",i
f,U1ch&YthiiVy"ars, since which 'lima they been
WCiirf aWngh, owing to their being
led the sale ami use at tiisi, y "y ? 6
Missouri Mountain iroq, mry i. r ' " ,
ill JtUHiatU tt3t!4i-3 OHV AiW.
Joseph, and that the main object has bscn to
leave Palmyra out of the line of the survey, and
they have dnno it."
bi weeks were spent on the ir.RlJU line from
llanfkHml to Bioomii'gton, whilo tho Southern
lino was run from Bloomington to the grand
curve, near Palmyra in eight days. The 'rode
line has been raised in the scale of the Southern
line, above lint of the line by Shelbyville and
Bloomington j numerous curves were made on
this line where there was no neccesslty for
them. Madam Humor has it that a much bet
ter grade was f.sand on the Southern line this
we know is false. Tha elevulion of the coun
try is the same, and this sivinir out Droves the
root tl.,i !. I.... I : j .1.-1
..,r.u . i 6 r... .1 : i to derive from
'lUS.ltQ VViaifJa A UUIIII illlBa HIIU rUUIIllilf IlOsjal -
on a tangent ns tliev have done. liitU pnd
his ol and
much ""T. .... hro.mlit into use. auj always given
OCSlu l""-"-"-' - "
hollows to the contrary notwithstanding, - will
give uuia irom wiucli to show a favorable re
port, on either route. j
We know, that by this kind of managment
the result can be varied to suit those who con
trol it upon any two lines having the lume gen
This has been done before, oid has been done
here. The southern line has been run nearly
upon a direct lir.e from Hannibal to St. Joseph,
and comes wiihin about eight miles of running
the whole route. Opposite to Palmyra, two
sudden curves are made forming the counter
part to each other, and running up to Palmyra
like the sidos of a Church Steeple.
. This com nan v has not stork iiiffir-ipnt tn
build ten miles of this road, which they have
subscribed ; one and a half millions are furn
ished by the State, through the influence of the
people on the supposed line ; and about one mil
lion more riven bv the neonle. which, in all
probability, could be realized from the' grant of
land. The means of the people are to he used
as engines to shatter, and destroy what property
they have left. J1'""' nrominent objects are in
-ravmuu j i - a i-;p out 1'ul
. a... UmPAiiirh if fllirtrs. . .
ins mow iibs uccii inia,"'i . . . ;
.... i lurpntv thousand have been sold in the lasiimy
- ' .. . ' . a .i..K;iiiu anri npai-
lt has no equai ior uibi, .-...., , -- -
design, jn uukihr,
oiner biuo. i --7
id hr'mr nermanently
p'annold by us:
J . .1 .L...lJ
and si to the'operaiion 01 our ceicurmiru
anu tra umig wtm nw.
is would not only oe get-
.1.1 n. ..1.1a Uftltimtt
nw lima irai an uuu uit I"-1- .
llin.ai. .ii . warranted, and. in case ol Ira-
M.wu hpr. which ha. will not find the esss with
Ii-j if..nvc .. rannot ect anv odd Pieces.' Even
? to gJnwd pa f,pm such a distance.
flieheiiose who have used them, an
cer rfi S- Louis stove of us, he
, . is can at any time get an od
Illin, at. .n , .lav.a ara warrant
" auuLkdsu) kgctju to thx pactjic.
This article is written by a gentleman whose
sound- judgment and practical scientific knowl
edg4 entitle his opinions to much weight; in ad.
dilion to this, he speaks, to some extent, Uom
- i nMnrt(-Wia oe iun - " . .. . -v
" ' .S.n . Stoves manufacVmd bv G. F. Filley, of St Loub
w. the nndersigned, having o ?"' . . k .pleasure in recoinii-nd.ng then, to the public as supe
.-T'U bv Carter W. Bryan, at H.nn M;. U k. P of regulion to ,q y JyM whif h W1
riorVa & f draft, duraouuy, ..v.,
Gwg C Fstr,
duties W. MilU,
Henry TJtterbtek, ,
Wa. Hawkins, ,
A. lagrabam, . ' i '
JesssWi'gn't ' '' 'i
... W. . K!ChV
Israel Jobosen, ,
T. R- Selmes,
John B- Cliesiey,
Wn. Eddy, ;
i' n Snr.ncer. ...
Geo. X. ShortrWge,
J. C. Ogden, i !
D. W. White.
nr. N. Nelson. . .:,
-1 I B. K.Brvan, -
' I John L Matthews,
Wlwrtv understood that, the St.
B. Breeding, .
W. L. l ary,
J. B- Hayden
H. P: Oifgory, . ;
Oliver Ten ill,
E.Truett, ;. - :,
T. Ballard, ,
I. Tufts, ; .. .
L. Ly'e, '
Damul Ford, - .
W. R. Davis,
J. C. Henderson,
A. Greenlee, 1
John. B. Lewis,
j F. Fianklia.
BHXLBTTIttS AND THE LOCATION.
We understand from a gentleman recently
from Shelbyville, where lie luis been residing
some time, that much dissatisfaction exists among
a portion of the citizens of lhat place, in regard
to the location of the Railroad. A proposition
had been received from Quincy, offering to tneet
thera half way, ia constructing a plank road.
By Mine this was viewed favorably, and there,
was talk of an organijatinn for the purpose.
Lagrange would find it to her interest to tap
suck a road, should it ever be built, and thus
tuattriiiljf icduoe the advantage Quincy hopes
the protect. A plank road to
Quincy from Shelbyville would be forty miles
long. A plank road eight .miles long would
connect Shelbyville with the railroad, and at
the point ot connection, produce would be with
in two hours of a better market tlwn Quincy.
So convenient to this market, the merchants of
Shelbyville could afford to pay enough for pro
duce end sell eoods cheap enotizh to prevent
farmers from going to Quincy on the plank road;
at least to a sufficient extent to make money in
vested in the road rather poor stock. Some of
the citizens of Shelbyville have taken hold of
the truth at a glance, that their town will contin
ue to be the point at which the trade of the sur
rounding country will centre, to be conveyed to
other markets, first on the plank road to the
railroad, and then on the railroad, the only dif
ference being that the transit will be quicker
than on the old dirt roads, thus increasing the
.... p ....!. u.. : : r -
This, we presume, is the rellL llllli
LICK CREKK TLANK ROAD - FKAMtf uuu
Tlank Roads fall little If any short of Railroads
n their tendency to build up tho country through
which they run, and the towns whsre they ter-
miwfle. Hence, the present-prevailing dispo
sition to engsge in these enterprises is one of
the surest harbintrcrs of progress.
The Tlank Road from Hannibal to New Lon
don will shortly have two important tributaries
terminating at the latter place. One will go to
Lick Creek, in Ralls county, twenty miles dis
tant from New London the other, to Frankford,
in Pike county, will be nine miles lonf.
Next Monday the Circuit and County Courts
will bo in session at New London, and it has
therefore been determined to hold on that dny,
and at that place, two Tlank Road meetings, by
(he friends of those enterprises.
Articles of agreement have been drawn up
and papers circulated for subscription of stock
on the Lick Creek Road, and so far, $2,500 have
been subscribed. The County Court proposes
to subscribe dollar for dollar with the private
subscriptions to the New London and Lick Creek
ness . of finish and
DOMing.uwJup-..". .-.--j t mnr ta-
r. ... . i...t. i-. TmaI anil trouble, ana
ami?. Ml IT UUlVi .!. " .
1 fiiTBt.f? S V7,& ZZZ, inc.i
terns .f alovss la una v - "fc ot t,e,n to sell. II a.
" ..r them i consequently, iney " i-iil,vi Premium
rn7. . won showhi- the "h , i" ,ed to Ke.p for
1 'have soma ol "" -J .nd , chrler Oa Cook Slove.
differspce ltws.a . ; ? .. , . .
' XTM. - - - . n TT 11 (1 HI ft fl If I
. n m T l I 1 M VI 111 II 1 1 1' II It at t ie llanniDai
4- ?u WP wantine Stoves would do v.el. to can "u. M ,.,.. pior. rook.
wilf do it better.it is believed by h" :
it, than any.otlmr stove. It is well kuown to all tio
'. ' . J.t .. i. uu tnaniiractiired bv
lave UBeu Hie rrize rie" y- . ,,,,.
G. F. Filley; St. Louis, that the fire drawing through
under the oven, it consumes a large qninWy of w
ar.d soon burns out, maKing " very "I"""-"" ' "
I I II. aa Drfl.nii Klfll) MOVE Mil IIICSC VU tn'
aradone away. The plates are hoavy, which nrakes
ik. .iAa Hmulila 1 1114 HlOVe IB uinuo vi (."v
scotch Pig Iron-not of the Missoiui Mount.i n Iron,.
it is wen Known to an wuw i - -
that lhe Missouri Mouutain Iron is not fit to uwko
Stoves or, as it is too hard and brittle. That accounts
r it., i .bi of Ilia stoves mbnulaclured .01
that iron: we acknowledge that the Missouri Moiin-
lain. Iron makes excellent bar iron- n ii",p
i. it.. ...K,.n.ih.ii inn rRnuiaiiuii ui a
6-pend, differ (sou any evtr before used, and are or
sucti a construction and capacity as to insure the
nost perfect draft. .We are satisfied that th Prairie
1S. uiu. ...in i.i .(..niu.fiv vears. if nronerlv
useVr., jt nBarjy double the weight of any other
'yj iiU size in market. 5?urchasers Will bear in
m -iVls always cheapest in the end to buy a
heavy l7eVm0r iron is purchased for the same
.mount of mow- .'light one. This stove
has taken the L,mi.)m, M ih, f4lr. fa, tle
j! t biam """:..r-v. mliKr stata hpre it
s J uoBipsun, i Hannibal has been present. J ,, .k- larr lrim.
his stov rrua. . ... :',. ....jisi,-.! nai- .: . am', has a areer ura -r.-- -
.-Mhaiv nrivileca ol selling ui".r.- i t , ......6- , .-iw.,,. us size man any
vuir.i .jvatove is not nar-
another portion of the cimd will buy all the Good
. . rr al at their Mill. We
who are in favor of bui,' Btlic. Qf Knpevfiu Family
Vtuvn to the r we will exchange Hour lor ne.u.
We w.4 always sell as low or lower thao Qmncy
Flour can be had of the same quality. ; .
tJT CaU and examine for yoiirsrll.-
Hannibal, June 3. 12-'f- ' ' ' ,
For the Daily Journal.
While returning from the country the other
dav, I met a por man, staggering along the road,
with a gallon jug filled with whiskey, in fjjul?pr,l-',!-
. " a ..Mttara Willi n v in j
they Will nm ..mny..- - . GMVV,
Jl M"?"' . dnllsrs per
MAT ANDERSON'S MARRIAGE.
0, THE LtOERD OF tLMTOBD.
Previous to the union of Scotland and Ireland
into one kingdom, the border inhabitants living
on the Scottish side ot the Tweed were scarcely . .
better than bands of robbers. Even the lauded
proprietors could be looked upon only fit fob
bcr-chiefs. In those days half a dozen stout
lads could maintain a lordly establishment by"
stealing cattle from the English farmers. The
union of the two kingdoms put a sudden slop to
these robberies, and many of the Scotish lnirds
who lived by plunder were coiplctcly ruined,
and many ol them compelled to leave the cuuiw.
try to save their nocks from the gallows. A
mongthe latter was William Musgrave, the t
nronrietor of Ashford Manor. Ashford had
elonireil to the Musirravcs for centuries. Hut
riot and dissipation had so thinned them out, that
the present laird was the only surviving innleof
the once illustrious House, to save u cry-yuai
prosecution for his caltle-sleiiTing propensities,
Musgrave lied to France. His estates were
instantly seized by creditors, and Ashford pass
ed into the hands of new proprietors, ears
passed away, und a fourth owner of these es
tutcs (a rich Scotch weaver nnmed Anderson,)
had resolved to retire from business and take
up his abudd at Ashford.
Meantime William Musgrave had gained a
sort of footing in France, and was even receiv
ed at Court. He was a remarkably ..hiindvtne
man ; and now, after vears of exile, he was al
lowed to return to his native Bjrder even
looser iu moral principle, and more dangerous to
society from polished manners, and. the power
iiaojiitipu under a most
For sale at 'OS
Box, by myly
Let her Thunder!
L.T. Bltl'ITlNtillAM fc
.. CORNER LEVKF. AND HILLT.lEkTS,
II.IlV A JIM"!
November 25, IRu2.
Two Candidates In tno
W a. ISP a 1 m. aaa X. M I
his patent Moves, an1 no one e.
ms ... h Took Stoves will come
that purpese. 1 can .. 'eWM-lf.
t.r where tne eenuin
. :u.l f i.ia also
Stove is sow in nanniua- -,--.
. ... -r r ili latest natterns,
sorimeiH u a.u" ..,. ,i,irh
I , I ....... I n llllf U ill. hJiu . "
i.. . .ir.,-to,t on the ton, as
'W, " .r ... ilnnih! I Ma
I II B I LCI V ---
is the only
. . I 1 in lh
mr "T i. .f, a larire lot of tin an
sell l ieauu . 1" j;-.7;." , ..urf.neen ner cent.
copper ware, V- : , ci(,. for Me
cheaper in... . - - MaiJ
iuaiuii ,. ., ,
SfW-NORT,lF THE BRADY
MAIN 8reiA.,jNIBAL, UO. W.AN;
. i i 1 11
' New ' Cook' Stoves! -
r ' ' ii ...antnn Aiir now tilt
TEUSONS WUunS to buy stoves should gtus a can, - ,
1 la vine aecured
" ;in n n bv a
inff flue, of any
than any oth
M inch in thte
jo swim lefore his
4e of his bench for s
s atenllemen,' eaid Mr. V hit, I do not un
4 deratand this. What does it all mean ?'
'It means, sir, that this young man has de
signed a complete ar.d perfect architectural plan
for the new State House, and thut it has been
unaaimously chosen by- the . committee, from
aaaoog fifty others which they have received
from "different parts of the eountry, preferred
; 'Charles,' uttered the old c irpenbjr, wiping a
pride-sent teax from his cheek as he srazed un-
on his former apprentice, 'when did you do
thisP' ' '
'Three weeks sgo sir.'
And tl at's what kept you up so late every
night for a whole week."
'Yes sir.' .
There's a powerful geuiui there, sir, said
the spokesman of the visitors. . .
Ay,' returned Mr. White, a'id there has
been ueep and powerful application thera. too
Charles iirki-t h: s been wi h tries from a hoj
sir, and every iiuniii'i.t u:' jus l,-iure has l.cr-i
Jevoted to ili"('i;ist iiciiNe.tii.!y.
3 . The .etitleiaii iouled kiudiyv tlatterhiIj .
upon the young rtan, aiid then turning U Air
White, he oid . . o
Mr .6 'o ; ,
Lbng. . .
A. Bird, -
Samuel Smitn. w. Mnuon,
Dr. L. T. Bnllingtiain,
I. Barcus.. Plank Road
n.. M. v. Brown
faw referenres I could give yoa
1 J. R. Sin
1 Mrs. Fia
rnT.T.l NS & BREED
NOW ON HAND and tor saie ai irai
cu. Main street, lJanniDai, w., ib "."
well selected stock ot new .- -
l- Hll ami n n"
Embracing, in ptt, as follow i r.. a-L..
Oloths,t:ass.meres, v!nnga, ,V""-' .V':"-'
Kmtnckv Jeans, Handkerchiefs, Satinets,'
M AP ' . , MoS.deL..ine Gi,,gh.ins,
Calicoes! I.inseys'i ' Flannels, Irish Linen,,.
ti. -1.1.1 a- tl.n TrMnr.ttr.Bed TickltiCS.
ui in u . r.....".:.n.l ntv..
.awlsof all kinds, ;-wmr '
and Book Muslin, 1 auies- urrmu,
Boots;- ' S11 aps, ui uaioi,
are and Groceries, &c.
cWs, todoji to the above, we navevanuua -i...
i,. iSa..i to he mentioned here. Great cs
uu-. . ... u.-i ....I.. ..i .mi;
attention has DV select me uei ...-.. -j
1 a. L 1 SVinVrt anaan aLai..
will enable us to sa,iu 10 o.ij "S "" """';
in this section of co,i1e.n as low as any ot hr.lr
Wends and the publicW. TV "1
liberally bestowed on u., attijy, lor the paUl.tion
to the vhl maxim of " Bmrtl SrW by anejate,,i.
to merit a continuance of the a.ia,ke no
charge for showing our goods, .,JJX.L it to
their advantage lo eaiui.. j T"'8
. ....i 1) .... rail anu ekuuiH' pv.
; November 2, VV1- . t;inr1
The CheapesT everOfered
. ron sale
, -r'- a- a. TeTTavT I
t U l?AVKITlfM
.. - ii rices as wil
WE. are setimg our r. ... - ,
enable persons wanting Kd9 ff Hannibal.
for less-money uiaii "" , .a '
Our stock ot e V' " VT J RIETY
lAUia " person. All we
common to uses anu """' '"a of these facts.
want is a call iconvui i"--af very low rates
nnrohass mv Eou ior cm.., v
r.. . ...ii- m
wii.cn.w... en. y. -; HEJir.
ShJaL follows i
Our on,l,,rf'c,,Jx kinds;
Boots nnd Shoe '
. Quecnsw are-r ' '
of all kinds and v
Cash paid for
.' . Our customarily,
ready to weit otei j; p ftAYBTJRN, Commercial
Remeirbar tt Biady House.) (myO-tl)
Row, fopnoii' J .
fr PAD WT1T? ST 1 TP.S It
'.I .tnr r f I h . mirlrAl
...... n MiTf. rr ' llO billl'TM. nridt..
always nnu w. v. uv oir-i ,., ,lt; , ,
VntaraA umMIiii tn At at Oon(mi tn the Jrtaj
JUI, L;J. H. UOVOIITON, M. D, In tha dark's
OOlM of tha lll.lnrt Court Sir tba Kaatarm
llirtriet of rtnnpylraaia.
. . Another Scientific Wonder I
GREAT OURE FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
v A..iu wiu a
five hundir 4n lUis viciniiy u m t cv...j
S!V''. :!.VMa. Kinva.is almost entirely, u
ine .".."--.-.-;:. , .',., ., atova
lliinuirhoul Illinois aoa iowm. - -
and I will .ay to any .person who will produce a per
?" . d "instate Stove lhat will not bake, cook,
""'"'" ..." k..nrail li lar. -
r. Will do weU to J"
mirrhasinir. as 1 can lurniB.i p"'- c .
K " le puicbased elsewhere, an.ra f?, iVrior
.rUele Is Uii last year has teste.!. All of my iloves
arlicie, bsumi i- j , . . w.r...
art niaiinlae1"""' oi u-i y '
B,7 ... iu.r a.lvanlave in DUrcllSSIIli Of 0 IS,
'pUehiurThTg out or breaking by accident , earn at ; The fo
any Le-'be replaced. 1 can '".-JrEiirifOib
Kr rSrrnr ftlltl ToJ'l HE STREETS
U ..,', M?iiM ..-AND- .anov to inform their
Ly'V;. rlisT.ir,! rtat tliev havese-
L friends and the pnMlr DAV, new building,
rnrcd a room in SHUiys ior . .
eureu .'"" . . . ,.,. ,... where thevwi'l
C".: VV. :,;.TerSt,. Heir ine.as cheap, if
hofl'e m the city, iney
mer 8t. Paul, a choice se-
k.s...n' Dili.. Urn Arn nn.l
t . .. ..n.iari lira. a. j.tuii. A ..' .
? ..TJ' fV tlieir stock ol goods is the largest,
hcTan tplM '' ir Indt-
L i ... I .Wi qualiheat ions can con
best anu j" , . .. ,.,i. ...
nibsl.' - ST ,. . t, ,-'., otfered in Han.
Xhe foi " yr.unui ----
r...,i;.i.in a Bsancii
" 7 r ... .i.i,..
be orepafU io mi.
not cheaper, th-a r ateair
haVc lust receiSVCigais,!)
KYTIl AOUntNAUY CURE OF LOSS OF HE A.LTH
DIKOKDKKKl) STOMACH, INDIGESTION AM)
DETERMINATION OF BLOOD 10 THE HEAD.
'v" I Copy of a Itllcrjrom .vr. jonn uoyn, oj ju.rwwcn, mo.
- vv lar.rn, iiierioiwiw.i
I Prnfcanr ltnl t nWAV'
."'"". .' ".. - . . . .... r
ii'l avail myscll ol ine nrst opnoriunuy ni miorm
a "4hat for a very long peiiod I was afllictedwith
head, giJdiness and lieipient swimmingr in the
and geiieifiiby lofs of appetite, disordered ttoinarh.
failed to give vie-paired health: Every means had
became so aiarui.. Mnnanent relief. and at le neth 1
about wuhout an a , , , afiai,i Df
DmiJ. .... . . . " "
OR, CiASTKIC JUICE.
rrrpfiffH from RpnWf t, or tlff-tirth itnmrtch of lha nr. mfitt
tlirrrtionn ot Baron Lirrjig,iin nrrat Fhwiulugical Cliantl
by J. Hoii!liiiint M II , rtiila.lrlpluit, I'd.
"I hKJF.ST." 8urh ts thn irn mrnntfiir of the word rtram.
It Ulhc chief elemen t, or f rrto dlfcttinf principle of thi GaflrU
Jutce the volvent of the Itwil, the (ninlyinff, preiterviai, mni
mimuiatitm aifent of tlit vtonidih and iiilf iing. Jt taeitraciv4
from the digmlve ntnmarli of the ox, thus tormtng a true dl
ttextive fluid, prtcti'fly IiKm the natural Gaitrie Juice in Ita
clH'iiiicat power, and funiUJiing a complete and perfect aubtti
tute fur It.
Thin ie Nat fir own remedy for an unlipaMhy itomaeh. No
nrt oi moti can equal It enrruiv power, it contntni no air
', or nniivtoui druira. it in cxtrnnety acrtteaata
may be tnken Uy tho iiinnt fcehle patienia wtta
Beware of druirtfed itulitiiton. INjwin l net a dntJ
Half a lennrMtonfuK nf Pepfln Inftiwd In wuter, will.1tget or .
diMMlve live pounds of roat beef tn ebout two lioura,out wf tlia
ffclruf Iflc Kvlttrnre S ' '
fr"jr The Orient iHc evidi-nre iiikiii whirhthls remedy Is baaed
te In the hlchfrU d-nree r tir iotix und retimrkHhle.
Casll on the nut-tit and pft a derritive circular, fratta, f Ivlag
larpe ainouni of arieniliic nvidetin:, from Liebif'a Aaiaml
Chcitilstry; lr. t-omhe'a lhyiiooy of Itipentitm; Dr. Pcietrn
en Food'and lUert Dr. Joint W Uriiper, of New York Univer
tity ; rrof. DnnliHUi B I'livsiiolopy ; Prof. iSillimnn. nf Yale
Collect Dr. L'nrpenter'H HiyflnlnyW fcr., togellwr .wtu rtpona
ol cures from all piutM of iht Unlird taM'n.
PipHtii lu Klitll mid lo,vlvr
Pr. Houchiou'a lVnnln la iirennred in Powder and til FlaM
Form and In I'reNcriptinn vmln for the tueol' i'liyatcinna. Tbe
powdttrwill lie sent (v mnil, free of L)08tager fur one doltaf
aent to Dr. Iloiiuhtons PhlUidelrfhia. .
TT OUtKRVl. TIIIH ! Kvry hotltefff the m.lne Peni(
benra the wriiten Mtunnlure nf J H. HouslrtimM D.j aole pro
prlutor, Phlladelphhi, Pa. Copy-ritfhi mud Trstdo Mark aecured.
roio ny nil tiruuitiMti and deuiura nt wnuciuea. rnce, una.
POLLAU, per tKittle.
1 . L. BRITTINCHAM tt BrKT, Hannibal,
aucC6 ly Wholesale and Kaiall Affenia.
Fresh Arrival o(.
dition t waited person
ia this melancholy con-
ih mir nncei WIU oe umiwui
. f tl. hamlet, td
riiZL ; ,iu fr the an
.--y- fii.u'prediiudi Slove. IhtUburg
..t -aril 1J! fHY'" nw""'f! i mi
oll. - ' . .,- .
. r fttija'ir "Rrandftt
r, nAmnriKi a rati s.
issourWjf ,viH IVu (KIO La Union do.
"B-JrSiJIHI ! 1
a,Mi 1 Normasi .
ti'dOO Justo Sanx l'rincipes
llarlrch.rorttie P11'" Mr Hughes, Chemist,
l ntii neurr ) i j'Mlne nun as to wliat
ed your Pill, I
i,;,i il.o.n u itliout delav. and aV
first convenient opportunity . .
had resolved to eo ahead so in the capi,
er UI eincwY. ..ii.
..i.l I. i-niillllR 1IIV U8'". ul - . i.
and enaoiiji. . ; : v wav you may uiiuirw-ecl, yellow, creen
......... In m.M.an lino i"' - , . . ' . - ,. .
una.. j ,,. . obeilieni nei .
roner. - .',
18.')2. 10'P"V "t.
juue ' "i
The first of the season just reoeived by
HAW liS ife AKMlKUINt,.'
AVe are pleased to Bnnoiinc tr jur friends)
customers, and the public geiiprSHy, that wa
are just opening one of the largest and most
beautiful stocks of goods, direbt i'toin the East
ern Cities, ever brought to this'murKct, to which
we very respectfully oall your nttenlion.
Our stock, in a few days, will be complete,
consisting of Bl'k English, German, and French
cloths; lM'k and fancy cassimcrc find satinets
worsted silk and satin vestings, iil'k and col'd)
jeans and tweeds; blankets and . blanket coats;
jeel, yellow, green, blue, ntul "white .llannclsj
spotteu-f'"! table towels and bird's ey diapers;
Russia." huOk'ac'tt an Scotch! diapers; Extra
bl k and Uro. table UH ana cny.a, crusuus anu
, i n.i, Vmn . at iltUtU
?f,':'rrrr.;u;u(ft.i8&i,v- Unrein,. .
...faVTaVr - . ':fe..1endia 0.ortmcntif JuJietV. eoodsj
SSSJJJJSSa -ajt i ' Si iM I , .1. luul Ifill VHUfS. taflfl l.llltTIU-l J
m. i, i- jr -v . i ii me rvi v" i - ' ' i . . i r,i
k. J ' LJ Twiia plates Tor all sts .9) ,.ch, hasten in 5,K) Car.aaorj . , , . 1D ,,...-.- - duly l'ow to yo I , fIBa bl'k alpacas: plain, oliangeabl
'.' . Tl "-"'..X - ' mU rJhoS-&JWRw lo two" Half Spanishj , ; Uyery from lhat dr-a. Uul Ui-Mse, . Ueasttiful Jutterns of all Urool delaines
J T '.Sli au B. JiVSV ire . 20,000 Mclses' '.. ' , umlr God, wu .ffectrd 101ltllS) and ski
" - , ' YsLs-? ' V ' r ' - T . . L f. n. -V;o pWa., - , - . Virginia Chewing Tobacco. , lappedhv. m J ;ac,lion,, but cufc f ,,', coUrs; plain, changeable and fan-
-r':,: Wo-e. fh:i-iL !.JrW ' , b!MKl'T America
the Accncy-of them lor tm ciiy. . , ti, Hrs' 4V1 n ii- . At V I L. S U n , - TlUsotiri Tobacco. ' B,tiillistand! .7.7SVc-Us. v prints; brown and bl'lt inuslins, fall grades; da
Ml" .1 . . .r .1.. Pl.i. unit Imnrovement in the Urfa, fl; bold public meoUnes ovr.,...TnaER8 OP ... Missouri uuu. ijrVner's ...ii.i.. cured me m h eoi . ni ,y t . .. ...... ..... v i. : ,i ...1.1-
was paveni-.u , ,() )pund n0rom wr. yoa "SVir'.;!. bt."f:"u-fOh. t.i . . , r .',.. i.l Vw "..Zr M,Se" 10J" Und col'd cranes and crane leissetiircen Weraire:
wf.sfaction. inia . eabave '1 b;uiS'Tc.7 - . JTTxxi To PrVrnr ll...,, bv . Udv nBmtA TI,om. bl'k lace vnils; dcmi'Joi fancy col'd do, bl'k
Br atove ever brougni io u- w. .,. , r n,unber t.' KR uKnsT..K inKB' J 1 InUrl VJL - ri' West I."dieV r5"i!'t ybile und col'd Lid gloves, for fudict ind gcnt.J
knew. .o.i wn--r r , ' , 0 ..2 " . . drrcua JWl. t.rVod,; Z Z" "3"
Stoves nave a If J" " ll BCainst The.y t.uw i'Them'lhatn-pains will e ' s . IVred from corj,01aci InJislioii.lTossol'Al.iietite," r' . ueacnptfoii, "i Woollen anil cotton 110-
er the fire plate aow '"S0 A." "v,sta iwarram ,..al is eiv ti'" .cui5tn cveiypa;. ular. . 1 I MEKCHAIN is com.,g ' ot the iive'.ohes, pains i,, the Bi.t, weaknisa ami s'r- A large aim jjeauiiiiil tot ol bonnet,
..I selline wtieai aim ony- vl( !,.,, n.,.,., . ' ,,,, ...,.. .. i(r,ia.
I " . . . . l.tr n.lLl.l.jD . . V. v. - . I 11.11. Mm - " 1 ."'ft I. UCin ; .. .. n . .niiU 1. Gf.V 1 1L .1 ... i . ' . . H " - - . - I
' . .i U. ii.h Ac. fce. Mill " A. n. ,""""""T .", ,,. '.or the better, tliat slie coiilitiued mem, and the wnole
TWAUr.n in lumber, shgj '.V 'fc PoRi.e's us a e'. Flour ia i? d '' gmily were restored to he.lth and ..renKth. Farther,
1 ) litlice at the t'o,''i'Tiill .1 Third streets, J? , 7 and barrel is branded with our i.aurl jire me , sav Mll9 hu wilI,s9ed llleit .
beryavd.onUiel , f, , , . - A. S. TtOB ARHS HOfil-
u-miibal. if', ' I if J " :T
to have to rri ' i.en aia" more than
given to tl.,5 S-3 aiwa , - d Ltje j, .
Stat, by .CASS sihM t 'Ue
to Viem forl?.-oK win. ---
elioial locatioi',o ,o '-tive Ye
and oaualruct it .".rf-i iiisl denricala
one million ot uoiiura worth or?tfoperty, belong
ing to individual und to the 'counties, and all
this mtrely to suUerve the imaginury ends of
me oormorams, vultures, lonoers, speculators,
Shy locks of Hannibal ami St. Joseph ; the one
famous for swindling th. emigruiits, the other
for docking the farmer in his pork, beef, hemp
and tobucoo, and paying for tliem in rags.
Madura Rumor, (and this is all that the Stock
holders and the community have ever been able
to obtain, of the acts and doings of their agents,
these directors,) has it that the report of the
Ship Engineer, is in favor of the Southern route
oy ninety lbouand dollars. The CVptain, in
Iiu fori casilo. with his spirit Uvcl, -i qmiu cum
ji fteul to ilc.'ide i hit iiiatrumi'til is of liiu scien- I
ho const ruction, buiiig coinpuaed uf a Husk ol
cucKllicut Uitii.ily.. ....... -
U..t It. is now eiidentthat the Engineers have
jem unuor the iullucnce of llannibul nd St.
II ere is a rumor in St. Louis, of a Eeneral break
down among the Connecticut banks.. Iu consequence
or advices Irom New York, lha notes of all Eastern
banks are reported lo lubfen refused at Cincinnati
excepting tho.e of the cities of Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, Ualtimore, and ?ittsl j an., the old
banks of Hartford, Conn. The Virginia
Dahks were received at par.
o,l Ia Jt
Opca .More! ' . PtA-iClx.
WISH every body and my ,
lit. in kfar In mii.tl that 1 m. 10i lr" .
, Stwrfc of S"
meeting, it adjourned, situ die, KJl "
o T'rr n t "i. "
ri. 1 . . 1 . .
mere Deing- imj AIi li l .IV"beri)f ' 4
SAmrn r a t v. V.
kj.a.i 1 a-ih j, A Ja V . 11
r s iTfXT 'V .
.inT;,7r,i;f vv777 r.v .Yh i .hM take a
an. ., .nu...... generauy, w. U UK at the.,1' " . ' ?.... w Vf 1,, D'1 K inmousiat the,
- Trm n- MiLLLK, v' 7.1Tiiiy,i,,,rvcry.J
back.tLe.herwi.hth.st.elO. IS: , W 0 - 'rf'-iW!r .'i't.T.'Sct.
Coutiterfeii J UII,H,'v Jill ke- "'nstaiilly on ham
Company Jla-.k were d.ju'efor ' ' U" forn'!' ?ti
Satmd.iy. The engrav . a good artiela of I.ii.s'- 1
1.... I . I'll -n' .. ur.. . U I
plate, Ut.l the lilimg V
!eiri wlictlicr ti.e platt' 0,h I a-f
im t:;e jvrotei.Jitr.Ja
sheets got our
can of 2J tt,
11 tut 1 v T
irn , - 11 .i f
.H h" id tt il iti'-l h ofM .
(K a i;:W-a'- I J.hings.tootediou.tu
'''AflJ. T. lace. ... .,.,
.i.'r,,lie ..people's Stor. Cou.me.-.
IWi.l"l,' , U'M T. KKltCllt.
. V in, r..0,.dsii
'for sale by L JiJ-" J-
--M0PFETT, BtttfWELt k 00,
It is sa
Bank ef f
an . tt rt
to have hjf
the bo rid
a . i f
J - "1
l aa. V
Ira. r tirj virtues in tliose complaints li.lenlal to
childien, parncuiany in oi mfnitiura o.a.riat-
t.a l.a'iiiK elTeeted positive cures ol these diseases v.i.i,
ooi.ierieine.ly. (Signed) S. GOWKN.
2M clebruled ru' ore wowUrfutly tficacious tn tht
Ague lropy iniiaminalion
Suie Thioats Asthma Dysentery
Jaiiudic Htone and Gra iJ.Uous Com-
Erysipelas Liver Complains plaints "
Secoi dary Syv 'uiotclies on the'. Female Irrecular-
1 1. n i"tm
Fits , i.,,., ,.r it
OOUt , Il ,:
Sold at IUe establiaj-liment of Professor Holiowav.
241. Strand, (near 1 '"pie liar.) London, and by all
vcmlois ol fieuicmva . -...uujiin unnet stales, in
boxes at J7c.,r,ir. .,: vvnuesale oy
,l,e principal Drng "t'i in . the Union, and b
m!J,- A. B. & IV faVna. New York
jrTl'ii coiiserablo laving by taking the
s 'aJhrVctions for tl.s Kiii.lance of patients in eve
i ry disorder sie Ulixed to each bos. t
1 Venereal Affee.
' Hrins of all
Children's goat, calf jnd kip slioes. Fine last
ing anu kiu gauers ana lial-gaiters. Uooal
buskins and slippers. Men's end boy', boot
and shoes of every cjudity.
Class and Queensstire, Grocerire 8te., all ef
which we are olTering wry low, and will fr f
make it t ymr interest to trade with us. iivsT
us a tall before pnrchas'ng. 'Tis a pleMurV
and not a tusk, to show giods.
Vour riaiiect fully,
HA WES & ARMSTRONG.
N. B We wish to buy country jcanes, lin
sey, woolen socks, lieeswax, feuthers, baco,
lard, dry hifig, rag; carpeting, &c. II. &, A.
Smith & Dick's New TamUy Grocery,'
ea MaiVot street.
I "lr; ... mis ineincj ot inlonning the r.tize.s
ui uanii.ua. aim vicilir.y-. h.l I ,v ha
i .1 y P'.?Ce'y ,',re h street, iuimedi.
.lely nor h o! the market !,ouw, whert th;, inlea
keeping all kinds of Crocer.f,,11itP.i,o therein trad.
W e inl.i.d keel.,.,, on hand all kinds of maiketing, and
win oe pleased lo sce our frin,lt at IIU lima u-ltaan fli
v. am BnyiniiiR in our l.ne. Vfe have, and will eonti-
....o .o nee,, riesu wean on and during (ha winto
r"""- As we have the best opportunity of purcha--'
iiiRowls,egetables,ke., it III be lo every man'r
in .'rest to call anu examine, b.f.irs) purchasing el.av
wiere, as w- will have everyllanK that ran bs ob'
tamed at the market bouse duringtlie day. .
ftov27tf WUTJI k OXCK.