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HANNIBAL JOUHNAL. JUNE 23, 1853.
SIAKONI). ctrr PXAMOXD.
HAI-OLEOS 05 4PAETK.
Waiiave heard n -excellent nn?cdote The ci.wpuigtij of Italy, under t!ic Directory
concerning one- f the t'hysieiitus cf eur nnJ Consulate, were well worth all (lie iinjicriiil
t lft Doctor fwlm !ivi'1"'" lontfiii in tlie wiji oi I ranuc a H'ii-iuiih
. - " " J l t . : ,'! -
town, it seems that me l'octor, (who, ;y
ibi Wojtiihleitlnnili i hii Mofcsion,) watt
cm lied lovi-sii the kou or .daughter ot an vkl
farmer, living some twourl.iree miles fi tun1
Put-ficld. The Hi. went, examined the
patient, and left n re!ciition, which was
sent to towu atid hlied at tlio Drug Store.
The Di. heard uolhliig mote from tlmi-ase,
etcept thi it was duing well.
Vjradation. The pass of Mount St. Ih-rnard
stands nnni-v ailed in modern military history.
Tlie captions were dragged up the heights ly
sheer slrer.th of arm, hy effort almost super
human. Pecuniary fttotives for exertion, prof
feretrl hy the general, were rejected by the ar
my. The soldiers, one by one, climbed through
the crevicei of the ice-rotlt, and in live hours
they reached the convent of St. 1'etcr. The tic-
1 tie inlanlrv cm
GOLDEN EHA STOVE
ivrd-Ware S tore !.
' ..." ' l". .. I a 1. .. ... . t t mtrt u-ul tpt innfft tip ri'n II
k I I 11 f I 11(11'. I I r I 1 iff I MA. IIIB 1,11 lilt W Ill I T - ...... . - . w .. . -
towu,iud meeting--the Doctor, nct-osted jort the difficulty b.lidinK n their backs
k.,., . .r. i ' mown me ice. "iiie iiri cumui miiuwcv mcir
...... , i. , - .o- r i.:- r..i.. i
i ' eanmnie, ciiii, in inn nxm i i my , sniieu
con n a ueigiu i two i uuurcu itru
On the arrival of the French fleet on tlie
Egyptian coat, Napoleon wished the troops to
be landed immediately; but Admiral Binyes
would not consent, being afraid of the sen, then
Mll.ml.r liMf.ai t.twl. ij ironf. I. ill A
'Fiv Dollars," rttarned the Doctor.
" five i(Jhrsin exclaimed the farmer in
RxtonishirtctitiVyouipnly niado one visit, and
tefl no nieJir.ina ; and 1 live but a little
way in" -
"Qh I" , replied tlio Doctor, "I didn't
r.hargo that for the visit it was for the
$kill id preset ib'mg." ! ;
This argument seemed lo stagger the
fanner, and he was silent.
"I'm out of wood," continued the Doc
tor, "I would like to have you brinir me a
In a fow Jays the farmer came to town,
with a load, as ni.idi as his team could
draw, of nice, h'wkory wood, which lie
thw off at the Doctor's.
The Doctor came along just as he was
donh unloading, and said
ThHtV (tad ''wood: how much Is it
Fve Dollars I" returned the farmer.
"fFtve Dollar for: one load nf wood?
Treposterous exclaimed the doctor.
.."Ah I Doctor," replied the farmer, "it
ain't. tha -wood that'-s worth '.hat, but the
tkUl it took T cut it I"
it is needles to add that the Dcctor gave
hfm a receipt In full, and his dinner into the
bargain. Pittsfieid Free Press.
r"ihe Cf.iteu Service Uazeite urs?nlics a
?r piece if orJnuuee for batteries ni hips,
invented by Kolert Armstrong, 1st dragoon
uiuds, Dublin. ' , lis superiority over the old
battery guns consists in its being capable or be
ing brought S bear upon any object within en
Angle of ninety degrees, without the uecetsi'y
M movine its carriage; inereiore-lewer men
will be required to work it. A ship armed!
with guns of this description could bring the
whole of her broadside to bear upon any small
object wilhin. the anple of ninety degrees, with
out moving a single carriage. It is particularly
adapted far bow and stern chasers. A ship ei
ther pursued or pursuing could bring at least
two-thirds of her broadside to bear upon her
netay without altering her course one single
point, which could not be done with the ord
nance new. in .'.,, ',
Ia the eventof a bombardment, every gun
in the short space of two minutes could be con
verted Into an inverted mortar if required. In
batteries they possess the same advantages over
tfco gun in present use, as at least three or four
rneu less will be required to work them, as
there wril1)e nq liftina to the riifht or left with
hand spikes; the metsl of the gun is all ihut'is
merttd when required to fire either to the right
or left... .He has also invented a field rjiece on
the" same, principle; a battery of which, when
Drought into action, will not require to have
' their carriage moved unless a change of front is
actually required, and in which the sliding scale
in the breech is dispensed with altogethei.
A currants, in many places, will soon be
ripe, give the following recipes for making
wiut: nuni itiem, oeneving mat in casts or S1CK
ness'lhey are very excellen'. Ga'hrv the cur
rants when fully ripe: break them well in a tub,
pres them through a sifter; then strain them
thrsHigh a flannel bag, and measure the juice;
no (wo gallons 01 water lo one ol jui;e, put
three pounds of New Orleans sugar, stir it til!
the sugar is uite dissolved. Iu straining the
mice ot me currant, use a nair seive, and not
oam ef wire; then use a close tow-linen bng, and
afterwards a flanacl one to pass the juice through.
The juice must not be permitted to stand over
menu Observe tliat the cabk be sweet and
clean, and such as has never been used for beer
or cider, and if new, let it be well seasoned.
Do not nil the cask too full, otherwise it works
out at the bung, which is injurious to the wine
rattier mafce a proportionate quintity over
and above, that 'after drawing off some ot the
wine, you may have enoueh to fill un the cask.
Lay the bung lightly on the hole, to prevent flies,
pic., irom creeping in. Iu three or Tour weeks
the bung hole m-jy be stopped up, leaving only
the yeui hole open till it has done working,
which is generally the middle or last of October.
It may then bo racked otr It is best to leave it
qn the -Ives till Spring, and if not wanted for
preseiX use, it may be loft on the laes for two
year- withut dam;ge. When drawing olF,
bore a hole an inch at least from the tap hole.
and a little lo one side of it, that it inny run oil"
. t r.l.l
cieur ei me lets.
sgitnted by a strong west wind; but the general
felt the value or the moments w hich passed.
He saw the expedition exposed on the coast,
and Alexandria in arms, preparing Tor a defence:
and he wished positively to land in spite of the
The fleet accordingly anchored; and during
the evening and part of the night, the disem
barkation took place, a few leagues from Alex
andria, near a place called the tower of Mara
bout. . '
When Napoleon wished to execute the dis
embarkation without loss of time, he said to ad
miral Ilruycs, the moment lie quitted the Orient:
"We must exert ourselves to open the port of
Alexandria for you, with the least possible de
delay; and if it be not in a condition to receive
the fleet, we must place you in safety elsew here.
You have conducted us successfully; your task
is over, but ours only commences."
"What!" rejoined the brave Bruyes, "do you
take us for common carriers, and our ships for
That lionj; Narrow Room,
Opposite the Drug Stores of Mcssis. I3j it
fuigham '& Co., nnd next door'
lo Mrj McCiiox.Bock ;
IS now biii tiled with erfat bsreslns in
Clothing and Gentlemen's Fur
1,1 hill II 2 (i !.
chwed In riiilaUell'liia nd St. Louis, t Reduced
. AlHioiich not a MAMMOTH STOCK, for Variety,
te , it is not excrllcl in our :v, sad lot t'uli will bs
sold t veiy SMALL I'll OK ITS."
AUrpe aoi!inaiit or I'mbicllss, diiect from the
Manutartorjr in Philadelphia, consisting in sit,ofL
die's ard (Jeiith-men's fine S U. nJ Men's Sco'hj
(iiipham. c., Ac. s'so lion Krame leather Trunck,
(a siiMior article ) Crjict Bags of every vsrictys
S..d He .)?.
1 1 doz-ij snprinr UN F.N' COLL A 118 ; Ladies' Me
rino am. G.ni7e Vasts.
Bear iu mind the "Lo? Narrow Room" is tie Place j
HUIAM MtVKIGll Ag't.
Hannibal, April 13, lWv'Hw-Jy) j
Look out for the Old Lumber Yard.
""' KI.I.seaonnl I'inr l.uuibt r jintulile for all build
I I it. e purposes, can all tunes be had at th
K. G. HICKMAN & CO.,
nAVI! on hstid tlio most coinplfte as'otlm'-nt or
, llainwsis and Stove, ever bioiiht up or ilown
t!:n M'.s-i-sippi Kucr, or by anv oilier thorouchfare.
Anioi the Tatterns, iu- the Olehraled (loKlru Kia
Cook tlov c. rpiiitdre d by all ho have nsd them, to
h Inr si per-or to any Cook S'ove now iu us No
Stove thai has ever bpn inventeil is equal to the UnlJen
Kra, for diafl. ilur.ibility, lieatneis ol finish, or Cook
itif. we wanniit this Move to Inst tf.reo times ss long
us prv oiltT ftove. ever invented.
c luve stoves fiom every important foundry in the
I'nited .S t''s, whicii v.e will e 11 rjf the lowest puces.
W!-lo not bind ourselves t'i keep any one paahcular
Stove; e have stoves fiom every Foundry in St. Louis,
yuinrv, t iticinnnti ami ri:s!.ii'lt.
lVrM'S buvirgol us, vi ill have 4iree srortinnt
f.f lulieins to felect Irom. We ini:;ht hav two tho'is
and on hand, but Ihr-r' carry them e lf almost as fast
as we can cl thnn. sitboiiuii we have a larijn assort
ment ol the Jjuie sort left, and aro receiving new pat-
, . ,n .ll hoinr. vntt hnv tier for
we sreileiermlneaw sr.. su ci.eap mat persons caiiu..! Iranlil,a f,-,ber va, a. which has been established 8
help horn purrna-ire, lor we warrant every stove to . 'J be proprietor cleeini it iintiecearv topnli his
g.ve entire satislacticn. lumber In n alie it sell, vt to s av s.iv thinif about ex-
.SrlV-LOUIS STOVE; STOKE.
. " . W. S5II YA-N, ' ' '
Stoic Dealer, ShcctIron TIVAtr, Coppersmith, ani
Main Street Two Doors North of "Brady House," ;
" Eells at Wholesalo Prices,
STOVE 8 AND TINWARE.
I INVlTf! particular atlentiru tolhe
Prizo Premium Cook Stove. .
or 'oti tj ni! u'to I ave usdil it. I warrant all my stoves for Iwetv.i
1 ii i t!i..t 1 lit..-. I luiii'sh new oi n liee ol charge.
rin;i"e..' tv i-t tti.p!a.-,!l.e imblic are t,afc in taking iy guarantee fer Mm (Mi 1
Hardware ! Hard-ware 1 !
which lias given universal uti
sun uany ot the pu'es tittv
As I denif n remainiii.T 1
rerto-malice of the utove; Ueiit b
All my stoves are uino'ilHeinred of
MISSOURI ftiQJieTAIN IRON, . :
sr.d for eoodness of metl n-d fe.in'v of ra-tii ti"V "ri l any stoves made in the Western eeanlry.
rf The man wbu mould' H-dV-.v-Waie l..r ti. F. Vi : v i- enn-ol-red Hi" best workman in the UaitW
Slates, and this aceour.ls I n o .r H I...- v-Vaie ami ;.v e-e: neing so muin sniooilier ana MtlerOH
i.-. . ....l ii. . in . i. i .t. r n .; .i ' i.i-t "r i,-.i. .. .
1 i I.i'-'t I particularls invite the attcntiea !
, -: . a 1 1 bi sii':U as lo indues them t. Call . .
1 v of
an 1 '
perieuep in the business except to those wno never pur-: . 0iPrs .0(1 w,u i;!jil
I rh.ne t Ii run l.nn. He u oiiM rem.11 S that an expel iei.ee , 1 - ,i.. i, . .. i i t
Our stork of ilanhvaie is la i;e ami complete, em-, o( -eight years in the business Rives th decided advau- ; f h cou-.try if'je" as the ni.iul.ty of
hincinn .i.rv nrli.-te llml is ppi:irn I ! V kent 111 a hald t ....... ...I.. I... I .V...M. I.;. J 1
- ----- - ,,,,j,K ui.y uiuri nuu !-;, i 11.1, r.yei nieliram
ware store. We have on liaiiU a l-ige assort nc.. or t ,..,. i,a, . ntci,as, lor cash and wlec ted with , . ...... i.i...,. m.rr',-,.,ts litin.. In 1'. e-vn'rv n' ftv 1
preot care, luin the bet mills in the Pinery. Me- wj lsij nt te'ail. CoiK S'uves tr.nn tu i to th.vc d-i'l r
chunics and others wishing to purchase Lumber would t .:. ll rrder lien a distance pn t-.ii.l 1 v aiteti.li d to.
find it to theiradvantage to call ami examine the slock j yjve m( t C4i jr ..ou pej-c, and 1 will do my r,e-t to render satisfaction.
or Lumber and Shingles at the tllJ Lumber Var lbe.
fore pnrchssts.t; elsewhere. If you cannot B"t It for a y tj. e y -r; s f HI r j,i a
less price, I will guarantee you can tret it as low ond a SLUils'j ' 'j K ,J d 1 Hk3
better article lor ine same money. Aiso,t.umuiir,ouiii
gles and wuidow sash.
IVr" Don't forgl (he liitr SiRii on the wc' side of
Third, between bird and Hill streets. Loot, jii'forlhe
Sign of THUS. S. Ml.i-KK S
fth5Glf LUMP -II YAKD.
(loulile-baiielleil i-hol puns, whirhwewill sell at ic-'
Sliced piices. for ready pay. We buy of the la-gesi
manufocliiiets. and j-f can sell as cheap !s tl.e cheap
est (aid a liltle clt.i((r). We will tell ha dwaie
lro:n 10 to bJ per cent, cheaper than it has ever been
sold for in any other har.lwaie stoie iuthis city. Call
in and we will cor.vinee you of lb fact. Our haid
ware is of the best quality and 'he latest improvements.
We care not for the St. Louis Hou.-e. We will not be
run oi.t. If they fell at cost, we sell at a little less.
Wc are permanently loca'.ed in this city, and intend to
spend our money here.
All can be found at the store formerly occupied by
J. L. Mathews, as Drug More opposite Biitting
ham's Hi tig Store.
u,i6rtU R. G. HICKMAN & CO.
p"r cent. I than St. Louis wholesale priess."
ciKMper than you can buy las saiat for is tL
The Cincinnati Gazette says: a few dnys since
while a young man on Walnut, near Fifth street
was employed in kindling a charcoal fire, he
was seen lo give a sudden leap, ond then fall j
forward as if dead. He was immediately pick-1
ed up by some mea who wire ji isi-ii: ut the
time, lie soon recovered, an 1 when asked
wkat was the matter with him, he replied thr.t
his head and face felt badly, nnd he supposed
saraebody had knocked him down. While kin
dling the fire he had been inhaling the fumes of
the charcoal, which, notwithstanding the fire
was out of doors, produced this unusually pow
E. & G. W. HAWKINS,
Acc.o.-dinir to llode's Directory, there are
thirteen hundred and ninetv-five Smiths in
'.hU city.havino a"lic:il habitation," among
whom are ninetv-one "Johns" indepen
dent of those owning a middle name. The !
Thompsons lliu year number threo hun
dred and eighty-one, the Drowns, including
those whose names are spelt with nn c,
seven hundred and sixty-seven, the Whites
two hundred and twen'.y-eijjlit, the CJreens
two hundred and twenty-eight, and the
Blacks seventv-two. Brother Jonathan.
One of the most interesting relics in Phila
delphia may be st-f.n in North Second street,
viz., the first lijf''i; ling rod erected by Dr. Frank
lin, which still stretches its attenuated lingers
toward the heavens.
The infant son of Queen Victoria is lo receive
the name of Leopold George Duncan Albert.
Mrs, Partington, alter reading the above, broke
forth thus :
' Hail Columbia! happy land
If that ain't a name I'll be d dog on!'
"De conkregation vill pleesli to sing de von
thousand and two'lh psalm," said a Dutch par
son, eiving out the hymn.
"There are not so many in the hook," res
ponded the chorister, "Yv.1, den, plcesh to sing
a many as tare be."
Five sherp c;.me in on the ''cow -catcher"
of tne "Lightning Train" on Thursday List, two
of which jumped (iff, and "ran tor lit e' as soon
as the cars stopped ; the others! were dead. The
train ran through a flock some four miles west,
DOWN GO THE PRICES!!
" Cheap Kents,''
Quirk ant! Mnall Pi nQla,
At UIi; U.M-. 1'Kli.fc MUKK,
On Tllel. ItHivirii Mn mid TlilrJ Street".
QU O. &' LI yBk.VL UUMi?5
The best and ir.o't f.nori'e Brsnds. wh:ch ar cele-1-rVed
lor elrgai.ce of S'vic, futt and diuahie fj(o, at
y lo Vi.:
laiiitc! I.iiwns end Jarniiels.
An eh ijv.iit a-sonmciit of tl.e mint l.i-ln.Jiiable. frjm
10 to 40c.
MIU Rernccs and Tlisiies,
Which ate nut nupassed in a.iv maiket in beauty
and eleganie of styln, fiom 33to o.)c.
Heraue lie I. allies.
A beau'ilul selection, which has universally met the
wishes of ihoF in want of this style of goods, at 20
to 3Hr, vo IH Wc.
MI.II .4 1. 1, WOOL IF.I.AItS.
pink, lilue. Mo 'e and B nek, at 5jc.
Plael; (,in T)es Kliiti.-, nt Jl.tO. $1 lo. SI 20; fur S3
inch liijrk W ateied, $1 Ml. umiIA $- A iM-nutiM sc-
lei:'io:. l l'uiicv llie-s S.Ik-, iuitn Fioi.nce t 1 1 iv" . vl
cuk'is, at Sjc ciap. ..r bonr et li'i-t.j;-, at iUc.
An extensive a-soiimenl ot f.i'hijnnbln Poin'ed
Fifiuli wciKid Colla-.'i, chemisettes, m.dor.-le-'ves.
Ilaiiduei'chirfs, te. Black silk fare veils, at
$ 1.5 i, chtap ! lli.ize, 'Ji'c; gieon at:d blue tera.'e; Lis'e
and linen edj.iis ji.d lace; atviss and j .r!,c: ..-t u.sr
tii'gs and edint-s; silk fnn"j jj.tap tnm;nn tj-j btaidt,
IZOSir.RV AXI IJI.OVKS.
A complete stock always on haiid.
Irish end pillow case. lii,t-n, bleached linrn clo'hs.
napkins, &c.; Huia linen sl.e.'tu g 9-1 at 10c; Lleach'd
sheetings 1 to 3 yards wide; bio. sheet tig 4-4 at Hje;
tine h r;ir.s into lCc; blcicliwl ilo,yto lSc; I 4 tingle
ticking, l'J.")r; 7-H at lc, good; collonadtJ and ue
iiiuis; liiavs linen, c.
ii4iu am tooth nuisuns.
FjIic Ivoiv coinhs. Lti);l,oh redding, pocket, tuck
side, shell. Pall and M i,ses' round ciuuhs; diess bnt
lons.peai i, h,t,. ami itiicy colorrd acate bin tons. 3 di z.
I'oi -:"ic; the celehiuted l'.truau and Ti'iment medics, all
Ncs. j-:; Xej In r wotslt J at 1 ct id p;-r skein, vi ikii-g
cama-sr.i, pcrlorated purer. p.irasois at mined pn.
ces; imtaliic ey.'lets, ai 5c l-ei gio's. together ui h all
u.e in ue notions ii--u.iy Kept lu i 1 .iney V aitety Nuif.
am! v.,,., i-1 lull;- l.y ociv f.iniiy. Ilaii.ls'in.'e ju'in
i" "it-mt-r e-'s, a' 5c 'o $i: a stnall lot of fnk
ligi.rid wu.'cr vrsts, uili be c!ose.l out at j:, u-i-rC,
Ladies' MI-s;,' a:-.J C:,.'.'..en-s
Shoes and Gaiters.
Fiom il.c ii....-i ctinnun-i lo iiie u...-t tulc. tl. lalrM
cccu; y cLtlo', b. ) a' and ii.n.'.-
THK intrndiiclion of
F I Ii Ii E ' STOVES
nto Northern Missouri, to any extent, has bren in the last three year-; since which litns thay have ksta
gradually in-creasing the manulactuie and sale of them', and although, owing to tbeir beiftf light sa
smooth, and something new, some little ditnculiy attended the sale and use at first, yet by always sukilf
....... . ... .i ,k. I... nr tt...,.l, P.rr nml Missouri iollntl,ill Iron. Ihev kawa nm. ,
HA) F pist received a portion of their Urgs and , wth!1,Bll(i fi hflt !llin, ,ry ott,r C isiinir m.ide in th Westeri country. The Funiscs Castin-s and H.J.
Kx ns.ve s-ssortreent of Ladies' Fancy Dis, ; ,0W.Ware paulicid,iv. have been superseded bv it, whereve' . has been brought into use, an j always ivts
Goods, and Uentleman'a wt.ir. (mch-l w-tl) aatisfaetion. Having lived here a number of viars. and I .mg permanently located ber, purchasers caa
rely on our guarantee as to the quality of lh" artic rs '"Id by us; and as lo tlis operation or our etlebratW
Prize Premium Cook S'ove, just lead the cutil'n atrs o those iho have used them, and are using them pew.
And aaother advantage, a piiicl.a-r vs ill have in l.oyi a Si Louis stove of us, he would not only be jtt.
To the Peonlf
I WOULD sol.cit the special attention of all persons
who know themselves indebted to me, to the fact
that with the cormnet. cement of this year I am DE
TKKM INKI to l -t u- ad of my old accounts, etiher
UV t. Mt r .mi i I.; ana u..-. ' . . i i chirnro. Pil.h.r .
1. t.nrt i.l .rsrt' nn, n 1.1 V rirhlii.4 Willi ' - ' . n
Your huitible iervant,
T. P. SKLMKS.
FEFSli 1' l( V 1D STlPLi; GOODS.
I It'll AND HKAU I IKL'L
Spring and Summer f.tylcs!
COLLINS & 15 R E E D,
Main Street, Ilnmiinal. MO.,
Call the attention of purchasers eenertlly, to their
caie'ully selected stock of fresh at d fashionable
Which are jut now received. Tuty reler paiticularly
to th. ir stork of
EMBROIDERIES, of real French Work
Collars, with and without points fmier Sleeves j La
dies KinbroidiMcd llatidkercheifs ; I dgines and Inser
tin?s ; Tiansfei ring Hands, l heuiisettes : Capes; also,
some bc.ulilul Sojtaeh Collins, i Ins stock is one of
the mot complete ever brought to this l itv.
DRESS GOODS. Prints ; GinThams; Jac
oi.et! and 1 awns; Barege de Laities; Tissues ; Plain
and Figured Hnreges ; fin.nl Figured French Chin'ies
for hddrcii; Suu.mcr de L..ii ts ; Alpaccas; Poplins.
DRESS SILKS. A selection of the most
t levant I'a-liii .liable Styles, among which ait the plp.ii;
cclcred I'cult Oe S.iics, so inneli m demand ; also, a va
netv of Hi ck S Iks. of nil wdths m d prices.
1JONNETTS AND H1HHONS. A superi
or selection, and cheaper than the saute styles were
ever sold bi-ioro.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. Cassimcres;
Linens, Drapd'Kte; Vestitigs and Cottonades. of the
newest st h-s ; also, a line assortment mi Children's
tioodi, sorb as Cadiinerettcs Tise.'ds, &ic.
S 1 A1LI-.S A is DSLIsDUILS. Uomestics. ! lov for cash. Persons ai.t
Clucks, llickoiv; Chamhrays; Nankeens Cnr'ain natterns ot' PaiV'r S'ovi s
ting s stove made of the best material in the woil.t, b ii h; can at any lime get an oil ! niece or plate witbsat . 'ft'S
any charge, by letting us know that such is wanted, as all our stoves are warranted, and, in cast of iaa. ' ""
petleclinn. Ihe aiticles will he pr.)inp'l'.-te i ! c.ioil to tne pnrcuaser, which lie win uoi una Hit case ila
an I -..niern nwi'M'Of.s, mii.n cannot get any ona fiecss. Btts
if they wtrc watranicd, it wouid Le ui csi.hlc lu get on i pia'.cs Horn tucli a oistauce.
We, tlie undersized, bavins i.se.1 the St l.onn Stoves manufactured by O. F. Fllley, f A Leak,'
and sold by Caiter W. Bryan, at llaiui.bal, ,Mo.,U'k pU'.i'i.ie in i ecoir.irer.ding then, to the public as na.
rior in point of drift, dutabihty, eeo:.o..iy, co.iw'.oi n e and case of regulation, to any stoves wbirb
hae eer nrii :
Jnlin I. F.ilet,
George C. Foster,
Tr. L. T Biitiingham,
Chares W. Mills,
'1 homiis CtivcrJall,
W. F Kercheval,
M. F. Robinette,
T. It Selmes.
J-hn B Chesley,
Wm. E Idy,
T. It Sp ncer,
Geo. A. Short ridge,
f Rio.'in ng'on, M. ,
J C (.VI. -n,
P. W Wli.te.
John Mi Giangl.lili,
Dr N Nelson,
B. K. Hum,
John L. Matthews,
ii. a ..uii;
W. L. 1 aey,
J. B Haydeii,
11 P. Gregory,
T. B.il aid,
I. Tui" s,
A. M. Hawkins,
James 'I li.nnpson,
J. P. Clark,
G minor fhultz,
I W. P. Owsley,
W. R. Davis,
J. C- HcndcTsea,
John. B. Lewis,
I John Wittaess,
I lr. M. F. Brasra.
rf 1 want it' distinctly i t dei ,t..o I tint1 th Sr.'l.ot is SrovK Stork is the only place in Hannibal
wkere FILLF.Y'S eelebiated stmes ore to he had. I have ihe exclusive privilege of selling the different fmU
tenia of stoves in tins place. hich Fi 1- y makes, including all his pa'eut Stoves, and no one el ran mt
any of them ; consequently, they hav i cot them to ell. If anv on wishing lo buy Cok Stoves will coal
iu, I can soon show nun the diti.' . nre be'wep-i Fillry's Pretnuim Conk S'ove and othtr St. Louis Stoves, as
I have some, ol them on lia'd which 1 intcn I to keep for that purpose. I can also soon show them lbs
ditferehce between a Piauie State and a Ca..rler Oak Coo i Stove. decI8'52-tf.
5Q of FiilyV; CcIt'bralcJ Stoves!
FOR S.UiE AT THE ST. LOUIS STOVE STORE.
Mi-uis; Haiidkctchfil's : Ciaials ; Hoiiety
M .s and Jact I et JV' ti-.li us ; Irish L.uen !
kitts; 1 ilvt M.ils and Gloves, ParHis and
A I I.
W. l. riTTMAN.
P1TT3IAX & BROTIIKU,
I in pollers and Wholesale lic.it.rs in
STAPLE AND FANCY DRV-GOODS,
No 07, Main St., ST. 1.0 CIS. Md,
June 9, 1K53. ( j9w l.v)
Adui;nis(ra(or'M Salt of r Ueal L'slalc iii
The City of Hannibal.
IN virtue and by authority of an order of the County
Omit of Marion county, Slate of Missouri, made on
the 5 h oay el May, A. JJ.. 1853 I will on luelay,
tbe5tlt day of July next, at the Couil House door in
the town of Palrayia, while the County Court in in
session for said county, proceed lo sell to the highest
bidder at public auction, ail the light, tille and in.eresl
whith Churchill Samuel, decea-e.i, bad at the lime ol
his death, in audio Iiie followii goesciibed real esia'e.
lo wit: Lot uuinber eithi ($) in Block iniuiher thniv
eii;ht (.'jsj in the Cilv of Hannibal, ami blocks iiuin
beivd 101 and 10) ii South Hannibal, all in the County
and State afoiesaid upon the udlow iug teiuis, to w it:
one-ball ot tl.e purchase m.'i.ey ca-ii in hand und ill .
othei lialf in six mm lbs. Iinii.e aate pi.s-ision wif
be given to tlie pur.tha-er, and uile withheld uniil the
puicha-ii money is paid. Sa e to take place bclwc. u
the houis ol 10 o'clock, a. M , ami b "VI". k. i m
'J llii.MAS L. AMjKKS i.N, Aln.'r
01 the l.state ol Cliuicbill Sau.uel. i.ft'd.
I iticnrt t inade to th..- Iii'vii e to sell arra i :i .
:it:..i .'.s ol II .,!...!, ai d .1,,iiij,i and the a..-
c es. a c- r, j. citi.iiy .-io.ci:cJ to a-, exatni
i.e. I ii ol my stock o.i v ..-iii.-.i t'i e city. 1 il.i t. r my -m
If tLa' tl.e st.v !e, . I .;Jv. -e, ..in. hil.ty and j rices id
Ihe oo.is u id i.i... t the am. ,!..!, .:i ai,
tj-i.i:..ii:.,.i:;i:i; iiiu mgx. Lii i urcet, i p
Slaira.j (m l'.' i. v ly) S. il. MmiKl,.
1S53. ST. LOL IS AND KEOKUK,
I'. S. M ' II, E AVER'.
a oct, nn-; vi::,.No..K.iiui a
K"Z"&iy Ft id Master. Y
iiKifiiri KAIL KEARNEY,
Uali Al.le Plas er.
JEAN Ml-; DEAN'S, J. Frown, Master.
One of the above Splendid Steamers leave the Keo
1;uk baif Boat, foot of Locust Street, St. Louis, eve
ly evening a' 4 o'clock, S unlays Excepted.
They will hive Hannibal in the lollow ing order :
The Die Vuiioii ill pa-s i.p evrry Tuesday and Fti
nay M ur.ii g. l 10 o'clock, down Wednesdays and
Si'md-y. at iOo'cI ck, A. M. The Kate Kearr.ey
will pa- on ot: Widi. -.!..ys binl Sa'in.lays, at 10 o'
clock. A. M . down ll.nisd . s and Sundays, i.r 10
M. Ihe J. ie I iriin wid pa-s up on 'I In. is. :an
and Sundays, at 10 o'clock, Uwwu on Fr,ds a.;!
Motidaj , at 10 A. .'d.
lie OTS AND SiiOES We wish to call Ihe atten
tion ol the Laiiics to our Stock of Ladies' sh :es. We
I ...i" some ot U.e lines! and tic la .V styles eu-toir.
M: (!'. We have a's.i an f xcellert et. ck oi Men's and
t h.ld ei.':, Shots and Cools, Hum tl.e linest to the coais
esl. if 'I'S AN I CAI's!-G-n!s? fine Silk Hat. ail prices
' d fp.i: g s: C-, i'ai.a'; a, I o-! nui, Citiz lis' and
f'.i'n I.l !! :'s, i;.-i,!.' and Tov-'.
Ql KEXSWAKI-: AN D G L As S W A R E Of the
Niw..-i I a t. rus a: d S: v les.
C.'Li L i:; Wc have a lot of Ingrain, three-ply
.n-.l s a.r laij.ot t g, which we will te.l ,.t St. l.oi.i-
' "('OFNTRY MERCHANTS AND MIL
LIN FUS. Will fit ul in this stork many styles
not to he found iu Wind -sa e II.iii.es and a- they vt de
ad -elected lintti the iiufioiteis, in the ;..-t. will he
sold at such puces as cain.ot fail to give entire satis
.n ti-i i.
l-S Call and rxnmine ihe G ods hefoie purcl asi. g
el.-ewlu ie even tl youdo not buy, we w i.l I e i lens-ru
to show thorn. COLLINS &.-BKELD.
(a r 7-lrj3 w-ly)
J. B. BROWN A. CO.. Druguistsan.l Apo'h
ecaiics, City Hotel building, Hannibal, Mo
- AitoTiiEB Mitiiod. Strain ihe currants,
.fc'hich should be perfectly ripe. To each quart
f juice put a eouple of quarts of water and
thrse pounds of sugar; stir the whole well to
gether, and let it stand twenty-four hours with
a atirriirg; skim and set in a cool place to fer
ment slowly. Let it remain three or four days;
If at the eud of that time it has ceased ferment
ing, add one quart of French brandy lo every
fifteen pullons of the liquor, and close the cask-
tight. Buttle when clear; it will be fit for use j i',ur
in six moiitns, and improve by age.
Black currant wine is also excellent in cases
f sickness, sub!, aa for disease of the bowtls.
Jt ia mado iu U.e same way as the red currant
wine fcy the last recipe. Scientific lvtericuii.
A MoasTta S.NAai;. Mr. John Davis, a
teamster ou the farm f Squire Gilford, in the
northwest part of New Bedlorel, M astachii
eUsI lately had a sipht of the great black snuke
which lias been so often seen in that vicinity.
il was resting quietly iu the road w hen Mr.
Davis approached, when he mud ol'us fast us
Jlis muscles would carry him. l usui an uccii
tfats? measurement of the form where he was i
J-esUnjj, it appeared that he as eighteen and a I
tajt jcei ioiig, avuu xur, u. iniiiks i.l.i'111 a loot: i.e.-s, i.itn a lai(;e hide at.j M.
and a half in ctrcutimrreiice. A Iitlle follow id ; ''en vory ucu and in (tie uiy b.-: t
Stork of Dings. Medicines, pmniieloiv M. d cu es
pure Wines aiid Iiiandie for in-di al piiriio-e-, Heine-
dial in-ttumirs. Paint-. Oils. Km- V,r.l...
DycS i lis, Wi- d.'vv Gla.-s, CI -.s vvre. S i. i s. I', i .
fuu.eiy, Fan-y Good. w ith eviy lh ; g i.snullv
d in a coinplotely iurnishel ding s anh-lim-'nt.
Medicints uift sc-lee'el vsi h (-n e.nl n ,. aid to
fieil.ms and uri,. and ate ad WAR It A X 1'LD gen
uine. ty fi inakitg on, por.-hases fiom tbrc ad, e deal
only with ie-;.. c's hi nn.l re-pon-ildo in n. ad a:e
gneiteJ in our s.-h et:ni,s, by the QL'ALI I'Y rath, i
than by t! o rice of aiticlcs.
(mct.-.'l 'ji wly J. B. BUOW.N t CO
71 R A IN A R I) . LAMhEKT'S FLOATING DA
JJ GL'Hilir.AX GALLERY, is i.o.v I, in- in 11, ar
Cieek at the Foi l uf Main siictt, where ti.ey w ill I,,
ready and always happy to wait upon all vvl.o may
uih to pinctue iol I'll iii-.-lv. es
null l t i.izii:r.ssi:i. i
-: -. e . . . ... i . ... . I
juis t.ai.uy is ite.i up vxpu ssiy jr thn bti-i-
ht. I i. -lines :v ;
tv!c, a.,,i pu' i.ii i
R iL l-ecb.-erwd l.y tl.e above ar.ai gen enf, no
P;.ekft pn-K upon Monday it-awn on 'lue-.tay.
' i I re'gki i r Pa-sa te hav in.; s ij n ,or accominoda
itot s. Ei. : l ie ou ho..id or o
(apl bi-..i; MILLER Jc FOAt.E. Agents.
LEElLi:- AIIM.M)!!! "
Ot0 US! JEST RECEIVED AT
PEOPLE'S STORE," A FRESH j
N K VV
.50.110.1 r uuuua, consisting ol ne u,..ai
vane'ies, and adopted lo the present and coming sea
son. 1 vtoiiU re-p. etivtly inv i-e Ihe attentto.i of the
I.AMFsio lb., a--i.it me.. 1 f l.te-t s'-, Ie Ht IN NETS,
sued wli h a:o ii . id i, ,y I, . i .'r e it d I t e i
lloHits, 1, I . on-. In.--, U in.!-. 1 it nrh wjike.l r,l.
' t' .-."I Elublfl leled Hlll-I-Ci-Kid
i.l.i.cs. Si' , M ts, I.. cc Y.-I-. I'a. e.. I 1 ,.
The Arrena Mill
TS now in full opeial ion, and will buy all the Good
Wleat and Corn offered lor sale a( their Mill. Ws
keep on hand ihe best article of Superfine Family
Flour for sale, or we will exchange Flour for Wheal.
We will al.v.ys fell as low or lower than Q'lincy
Floor can be had r.f t'.-e S'tnc quality .
J J ' Ca.l and ex.f,it:e for vnnrs. IL
A. S. ROBARDS &. SON.
H.iM.:b,,l. Jur.e 3. l-JJ-lf
'HE SEBSt'UI BFU takes l.'i t .i.l of infori ii i his friends and the public in general, that be kas
the larers' Mock and fie t vmi.-iv ol S o i -1 '. or hi mo It to Hannibal, which he is determined to sell
i-ii examine his stock, particularly bis atr
-u ;.t '. Mom d Parlor.
f tlio Monroe House,
tj" His mlo is ' Qii-.-k S k-- a. t
Main stroof, tv
, i i ; : :
' lo call
n I j
. I. t 11
PEHSOXS wi lling tti ! j
ii 1 examine our
c-54''' 7V'my itHt
U ii il iS-'d XWT r,i
.,io L:. s :rrfi
y- iasw.swtnni iWasii'sWsssiPi m
Oak stove posssesse advantajret
iinpfoven.cnt in the Draft. Jt if
.V'.v 4 :;ar nn.l ro!;teeo Slore! 1
AT TH:-. WU.vvAM IX slE'i'TAi. DAVIS' NEW j
lit .LIU (,, I COMMERi I A i. ROW.
T El.K ,t A H 't' Hi AT herehy jnfin in their friends
1 J at..! !!.. p't'dio s'.eiii-1-allv that tliey no.v occupy a ; fires.
ir.ont in .ii'u.i oaua new oiiiiuinp, wnere
lllev aie l iepji. il o In' o'l orjen in tti"ii line, as heap
The Charter Oak
over common Stove, in tliickucss of ihe 1'lu.te, hhiI it
given up by all stove dealers mi l imiiiil'urttiier.s, to Le tlio best Pattern for a descend
ing flue, ol any stove now tn.-ido K.i.-t or West.
'I'his Stove was palentcl S..,.cm!HM', lvl, mid wherever thev have been used hav
given general satislaolion. 'I'liis ttuve wtilw s.mie K) pound's more lo the number
than any otiier stove ever hrniilit in this ity. The plates in them are from to 4 of
an inch iu thickness, 'o. 1 tveiahs over L'5D iiotinds. W w.m-nni i .n r .
These Stoves have a Patent Hot Air Pine, which cnrrip il.a k..i .u.. i.
generated under the fire plate tlmtn ihe front part of the Stove between two thick
il not cheaper, thi.ii any other house in the city. They : 'dates 10 the QlUlt at UlO botloni oi the blove. llierehv n.Ininr, rrr.ot L.. l.i .
vea choice selection of Tobacco, CiRais, Stiutfs. i nn , f, A nnd m.no.U-in.r ilm, ,-l.i.,l, 1.. i 0fc .. . . " "
j it.... ... ' . r .... " rV o ' " X " '.au' wn oe of t
I '1 lie Gen
j a Cue lial.
! by tt.r -J ,
! u know
I wi-h it di-'
con.. . t mi
w i.l Ii
D v (
ill iii ly
li e t .. -t
el. e and.
t, I lit I ll,,
it vv C soil :
an I "luo.-t
eis ami 1 1 1. u I
I'll ...e, G oc, 1 1
, lo.y a- the low.-. I j a , we nartic-
li.-i.ecl-ul!v'' invite all ol o.ir nt.l
sand tl.e i.nhlit; a I lan-e. in r.
j meinlior t,., and we protii-e lo liade on tl.e '-uiii.nar
pni.i-iple, kiil .villi,-.' mr ci.dtmois Ij rive eu'in
sat is I. ict .oi. to on r c i, - ' . in. i s,
I I .-tin alo A 'ei I lor V,'. X. Greei,'s C-irdatr Facto
; n , m d k.-.-p ,. , l,.:..d i -aeki,.; yarn, bn! cui.'.s, halte,
l. e-. V .n. .. Air., nd (j , li.v .-,1, v ,:i .olo, ii. a i.l. I ae.
tur. .! a' 'I,.- I, i..,, o 1 v oi,:. . ., o n -I n.
Pipes, tc. ic ; and they can truly say their stock ol
goods is th" lakes', best and most complete assort
ment over olleied in Hannibal.
Tin folluwi:,!! comprise a pait of tbeir Brands:
Pt.l 'I I I Sol Reg. has;
5 i ' La P..lnna do.
b Kin .a N'orrr.r.s;
Jii.ikM Ju-to Sanz Priccipei;
.r. Il.sl f l.lor.,..
us,,, u.e:,., on. ' V p,Jli;all0
I i the w.,y ro ,- . ,, ,, A.,,.!:,..
o those iiij.U-1 , ii, r .'' '
, 111 (n o! If 1 f nai, -h,
-e ,,,,. ,n.w..r, We ,4vej 20hi ..ees'
..I..-,.. ...l.ry Kid Ci uves ' ... . . ,
lot to p.,i -,c:ari.e. ue1 irj.'ini.'i Chewinrj Tohacco.
I hv all tl.. ... pie ,1, . ,av I Wm. Hare's. Jc-se Hare's, Jatiiei 1 tioiiias', and Sth
end to k.-.-n i, , h tr. (i.t.'i ! Tobacco.
) a tr ii i . I i.-.o.tmeiit oil Missouri Ttibacco.
D.J. Garth's No. 1; llemb r.,j.'s No. 1 ; Ructrer's
aesccnamg nue, nereioiore. i ne unarier uak has one Hue nnd t ne r.lale mor.
or,,. At.- T:..is, ,. to,,..,...! Tk... ...til i. ..i. . . . ! isiaisi
"j ' '" "iu" i.i.vnicu. a ucv yviiic.juk wun one-nail the tutl which oil
of the ordinary stoves will, and will last for twenty-five venrs.
Prize Premium " Cook Stove.
No. 1; J.iiui.i ii , No I; Dai. Moan's Cherry Juice No
1; M. tlett ,v Ila.l is' 5 L in .11.
Ail ol w L toa we will toil low forrash.
u.iliJI-,vi LI- 1 R ii AKBOGAST.
;. .-, a,-, ' A t fw lot of Itr.peiial Clears.
f I.-., in:
W. rvE!il'ilK AL. A,, i.t.
bImhiI f,v.l.l ...... I ,;tl.. 1 1 "I si.y Hi Ie ol a-e, Locet, . i l.iea-
,i, - - , , , i wi.o w.-ii u si e vo n -. -... mo : in antiii. ly
inlhemeT.cin.ty a few daj aitice.-.Newi CUfNTIiUrLITLI).
Artruxora Alercury, -J.I. j an.t ome soon lr we reu.iu at liam.ibat but a few
A 'T i t ' AN0 VD n-r I sk'H ' expe.i.i.ce enable then, toon,-.
r-mVlli9V-ri AT LA .'j j a i-e chjncit.i those wluik'iis to Ica.n the ait ot
: It'.N-Mtlll. MKt-' (i j-U JiiiJ j Dug icncoijpii.i;. ( r.iii.wi)
... -a a
H. ..HI C V.
V ; I :o
1HU VAll.t. i
!M'Kl, 1 I II I I
''. II I.Ll I
; l .- t-tioiuts ui the S'. !
I A X L ! A C I I :,;'!; ijt IRON hi all i' '
Sheet Irwli .1:1 ft.i'er l'la'e.
.. l the c;e nl' tl.e liol. M ji)i.'a..'i. I
N .'!. e.v1,t :'ri,f.s I .ii,,, l
MILLER 5c roCH:,
(S..coe-.-ors to 'I'I'o-i. S. .Miller.)
Wholesale Giocr. a . Lul.oial I 'oiniiu-sioti Mtrehan!,
No. i Le: IlanD.bal, .Mo.
fVIlE ni: Icis.j.i.0,1 hav. iit.-iM into co partnei.
X o."ti ,n i!.. ; ni,, o-e of ir..u-ietii, Ih Grocery
and (.e..o..il Ci i n usvoti bii..i:.e.s. under the name ai.d
) I.-ol M I I.L I. U A. I'viL, I V. al iue old stand oi i !.o.
. Mt.lor, Xo. i. Levee.
TII03. S. MII.LI'R,
(iLtJ. D. I'OfjUK.
This superior article hit on y been in use s;Ce January, JsM.and since that Ihev havt riven such mti-ve-s
d -Mac ion that they e now .he principal sold up the Illinois, Missou.i and MMatimi
uve.s. Ihe U.e imPrteiue.,l n.ade by F.ll.y. by , ,llti, a it,wJt iu ,he dlilf,'Mow d, idei th. h"it Mil
Another K:.-at improvcnicn in th- Premium Sfov e it th - Patent Damper; which is so constructed as la ia.
1 l.ajej.st m:-.,!e ai.oiber R.e.it I . proven ent n, Fdl-v'S Patent Prize Premium stove, bf sddior U it
arue. heavy Giate. Mr the wood lo rest on, winch net only aids tl.e diaft, by keeping it al way s clea? but sU
aeetii the wood Iioiii bteakiiii, and l,,.r.,,,, out il.e bottoui of the stove. ' '
u,s Giate I. tnailo s as . pr.-vent th.- w..e.. In,,-, lallinj a trains! the doors, and burning them (hro.ieh.as
ti" ; , vr '"' liaX" "' '"' '.ave ,1,; only Premiuui'cook Stove. LTh Gtm
in tliem. we hesitate not in sav .1 in:-.t w p.,.. ..... . . i ... . ., .o ... . . "'
the westen, eo i,,t,o i-p... .'.. ; ;. .. I , " V '.' ,UJ" c" elsswaere I
-,r. I . ..: ' - ' " - would tin well lo can lieiore i
..nn jeni e Hi- von li.nvs lal i, J,
the lu-t puice, 'he improver:.. I.'., ma
by rrcil Ihe heat is n.oie eonhne,
sines ihe stove In ihaw weil . in ei-y
ii i.-.mi i and ot!
: and I av it n ihe .e cenh
I ly. tl.e i.vi-ni u.e mur 'i
1 Cincinnati .tov e :, ; .. t:,,. ; ,
I Stove the 0 . n:i , iii I:,. i.t t:
i er lil'i.. eiihtr. or o i cm
.Ml oi it. a ove Mli-.o, r
'ed to tl;
: r il ..ii
I I,, I
..- f or
he pi ,1.. .! t
Main Btrest, tvo ':cra
r stoves of the sauiA I'.ii.n i. . la
'i 'be !),,, Uiinnei; rli secondly , a cot.ti action 0r the smo'kt flis,
ta-l Ihe (i.on, heati; ' il moie i. Riilar and (pucker, and always ia
'. ' boileis aie nearer the fire than in most stores.
wi :ii ol to.. l,f.i!.-r in limit, il billies all lh twal in na ttmrtk.
oi u o-t .toves oi h,,,)9 klnj in te pjrtjeaij- (B
' lh.,. l l, -s ustfnl. 1,, a sue! of ihs Pine Prsminar. CmV
i t.iai you I. its I io oval openings, the Wash Bott.
I -ny ef the trimuiings will A! either b4s.
ci t!'o Mcr.rro House."
C'AU'TKU W. I3KYAN