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HANNIBAL JOURNAL. JULY 28, 1853.
SATURDAY rVENING, JULY 22, H55S.
Tns 'taiiTio of JVaf and Durwb prrp-li
was attca Jel WUh nu h girrt4ioTi yesterday
vesir; tjr Istjj ?irTce. Th srojrrev of
th ;w ptlf i restfmp, writing, aritlimette, gg
r?7 anJ grtmirAff coull not but mcour
r.'r Z l'" tlgfeit tirgre to the parent of
tKw children who unfortunately may be tie
rrWiT of speech Bud hearing. The eloqic
of iC.'izntF asemplifiea1 la a striking manner
if simple, pathetic story, told by oneaof the
your;- L 4totoB wgoi
the "JluU'a Lament," poara recited by another
ytuiig it?y. - A the ign were mle they
were translated into a rac4i by one ot Uie u-
periotendartts..- Tbeao ttaaew war f ory af
f4Ung. Thr mu a ar'atty of pantomimic
cepeifUVin, juswsaad jy ouch a f oicj
Cahtrtg, huntr, at.
; After the .4mMGa of isaafiuaa, llr.
' forte ntAw new tni iisauta, aooantif a Wad
fckensy fat tit yoty f aetata pit to
-2: vwssfla of ofaoarting oust, m iks omurtry
A L-3 tut iatNaW n CoOfHao aWivf lae
fcl ftnttm.fsRwji oport eat tioa of tfce paofa
ffff & Baryw 4osif asaaf,
e?.3 The fcH ptood 0; He,
" et biej taw &slsa of lb , tbsw
M Caw Uteko hop to Uo . Then
nr Vt U f&sat&si Bate tha Usutce1
For Uio JearaeL
Mr. rJifonCa jaa tell at bow taeey of
0 prewaf 2ard of Director in lb RaaaiUl
.and St. Joseph Railroaal eowpany hoi J e8ee in
''' tnlil etrmpany, for which they receive pay P If
" yes, I would liko U kaow who thy are. tho
oSc held, the aaoutt of pay atUchad, and how
!ohf to hoheld? Alt, what affect auch pay
w:iokta ara t7Uc!y to ha the official dutioa of
.;., tpjth Director aad whelhar theao peraom are
ftt ea3j aa t p ea each other' elattaa, la
1 .their $tcd character of Director t '. Pie
tail et if this practice i not prejudicial to the
but tKUrtal t tho oonpaay f ' Did th deairt
rtUlii tl cf J havo any effect in keeping
lltBnlhal out at her har of repreaentatioa in
tho Eouit Had it ay connection with the
f f aaal of th Board to fill the vacancies canted
If th resignation ef Iar. Selme and Mf
fettP ' N.
ffe caanet ennrir all ef " N.'a" queationa,
ftuC we ere quite euro that nar Director hold
fSceo ef pay loan ought to.
On Wt2ndY nirht iaatachildaf Mr.VVm.
, J. TTilliawa, of Paria, Mo., waa accidentally
At a banoA reeeatty given fo th Preaideoj
and Cabinet in FhileJelphia, Secretary of
rYar. Col Darii, took eecaaioa to espret hi
opinion that Congress ahould aaaitt in the con
atrnctioe of a railroad to th Pacific. He wa
a arriet Const.tulienalit&. and within th limits
of the States wocld touch fiotking, but between
th State and the slope of the Pacific, there
was a neeesiity for a railroad to train port troops
and mnitieM ef war. Monntalm nraally di
vide nations, ' But in the progress of the eon
fiict ef mind with Matter, it had become possible
to slTpffte nolrirtiwar tsjrtaaassissssv M fs
them by meant known is civil engineering.
Mr. Guthrie, Sscretary of the Treasury, at a
ted there would la a large lurplut in the Treas
ury, end enpretstd th opieloa Uaai anf etcesa
of the Tedsral Finance tjrswU. Vo most judi-
cissjsly ft'd to owasttwriMSI of a railroad
to tfee ISaaJas.
Taws oes? DrsswmtksJw.ieitrati have ra
ta jataitwlisal difaWuItias, end poiaU
d ot the saeelas ef )strwetioai.
PITTMAW ifc BROTHER,
(Hnfffinsn t Tevi, foil I (.)
IMPOHTKR8 AND WHOI.KSALK DEALEH8 In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
NO. 97, MAIN STREET, ST. .LOUIS, MO. ' :
W. H 'piTTM AN, j LU 01 ,b Ti,m ot Te,nw0 ,'," Co. ' ' ' - i
Having roM enr Stock of Merchtmllzc to MNrt. PiUman h Bretbrr, ws tiks nttasure la rseoiamendlng
Ihcm to oar friendf and th mrcacitils community, at gentlcmea worthy of coalidnr and natrona ra nd
would berpcak for tbcai a liberal tbire or the trad of our former co-torn. TE VIS, BO.N8 CO.
' , 1 ' ' !- ' Saikt'Loois, Inn 1st, IS53.
Wa would respectfully call your attention to the absvs eardnd elrcotar. ' In leaving the Coromiition
Buiinen and again fiitinj in toe DRY GOODS Trale, wa tnt ws do to under viy farorabla auipi
t, having a lares CountrO acqnaintonct and a ftnrral knowledge of ths trMs sf th Wett.
' It is our intention , ot ell tn, aar and enmpte astortment or
! ... .Best Qnalitr and Latest Styles,
Aad sail them at law aa anv other home, far Cash or upon the nol time, to prompt rasa.
. Ws will bsrs resident buyer in tbs East, and thill be in constant eeeeiat of frceh supplies. All or
ders will receive prompt aad careful attention, and shall at a'.l tiwsi to 1" J With tfe otoat daahabl
styles orgasda, aad at the lowest market price.
fc Ws bops tbs fticnSt snd stquaintancet of th former Cr
a call, at tbs old ttaad, whn yiiilinj (hit maiket.
t. Least, laiw S3, 1833 f
, as ! as our ctra, will favor a with
PITTAfAS ft BStCTITEIt.
ethrad to death. J
.... Th Texas gold discoveries are said to be a
''auatbu;. J. .', ;,i
Date from Liverpool to the 2d intt., state
that the Kussians ha erostad the Fruth with
3 2fi00 aasn.' It wa reported that the Engliah
and French fleet were t enter the Dardanelles
a t antrnre to the expected patsage by
fXi Sasskns. It wa said that the occupation
'of VTsKaehia by the Cuttians, had caused Aus
t tria.to unite cordially with the. English and
rrnch. :"?ruaia wa neutral.'' ' :
.' JJ Th following advertisement of the cel
ebrated Russia Salve, from the Boston Times,
"J, weeopy gratuitnoiuly, as th ne plia ullra of itt
i Had: "
.'f j; J The bull-frog's 'raW their tail on high,
i ls'.j t -.i And bounded o'er th plain I
..:? ! A biunblebe went thundering by,
And then came down In rain;
Chain lightning tplit a peaaant'a not,
, And killed a yearling calf I
Loud o'er the crashing thunders rose,
, A shout for Russia Salv.
It i ataiod ia the Alto Telegraph, that llr.
Cast!, the ftrpsswartewdsttt of the'Altoaend
SpriricU Baih-ead, left A host on TtMssky neon
foe Cieag) by the Ahow, peiagleld aad
rioMaingtea read, aad returned to Ahoa oa
IVwUy at aoaa, after transiting business at
QiMttgo. ' This i sjoick trslig. He reach
ed Ahow, it is etatod, twenty-four hour earlier
than BMngre who loft fatcoge with him,
ead who easae through by the ateaaaera down
the Illinois. ,
By Bsptewber, whoa the connection is atade
by railroad f rem Blocaninrtea to Ls sails, we pre
sume pattenecr raav Tear here, and reach
Chicago in losd thaa twenty hour. Mr. Keat
usr went from Alton to Chioago in twenty-
eight hears, part of the way by etage coach.
J St. Lout lnteL , ; V'
. Awawaaa Mitraat. A fn stone church
was lately built in Missouri, upon the facade of
which e atone cutter ws ordered to cut the fol
lowing inscription "My house shall be call
ed the house of prayer." He we referred, for
accuracy, to the vert of scripture in which
these word occur-but unfortunately he tran
scribed, to the scandal of society, th whole
verse: "My house shall be called the houae of
prayer, but y have made it a dsn of thieves."
U" If a well bred woman is surprised in
careless costume, th does not try to dodge be
hind a door to conceal deficiencies, uor does she
turn red and stammer confuted esctitea. She
remains calm and self-possessed and makes up
in dignity what ah may want in decoration.
Th moat sensible woman we ever saw was one
who, when her husband took ut borne pn a wash
day to look at his uew house, never made one
word of spology, for the confusion that existed,
nor once beggeo us not to look around. Carpet
S?"Her is one of Ike Mabvel's Laconics,
with food for thought and action:
"step not, loiter not, look not bacaward, if
you would be araorur the foremost. The treat
present! now so quick, so broad, so fleeting, is
y ourt; in an hour it will belong to the Eternity of
the P-et. The temper ef Life is to be made
rood br bit?, honeat blows: stoo strikinr and vou
will do noibine; strike feebly and you will do
alint as Utile. Success rides on every hour;
grapple it and you may win, but without gran-
pie 11 win never go - wiia you. - nora ia me
weapon cf honor and he who lacks the weapon
...tit null., trlnim.k I
nil. Uii I VI ...w.n..
0The Artetian well in Charleston, Matt
has been bored to the depth of 1,111 feet--
nearly a quarter of a mile without obtaining
a supply of water, Hopes are entertained that
as toon as they have patted through th stratum
ot sand rock, Uiey ar new boring, water will
A7 Great Reduction in the Prices of
Aad in all the different Kind of Goods t'tually kept in Haonibell!
ast receive the LARGEST AND THE MOST TASTT STOCK of 'l
W wdl atu U all sf eur old frieede, coeds en as reasonable terms ae eaa bs bctxkt ia 8'.. Louis.
Binds ef Coeds ever
will tail tw cheaper tbaa w beva sr sssn Ueods tell far Wett ef Nsw Terk
Wholesale or Retail!
W bsrs aver
Det belisv a word aatil yea cease aad see for yourselve, fee Price ksre bar Dseliaod,
sraracttBg er all Shade andQaalltle 1 1
Seats sad targe and tasty attortssedt of Ladies' kbeet of all kinda. Paratola, all colors aad Prices i Boa
nets, Cheap, Dret Silk frost $3 ie per yard, dowa to Changeable Si'ks fot T eeaU per yard i very iae as-
a4aaaa.l sf laaaaa. D. J. T a .-.I -
reiiawas ea avejiKv u Airtartj a fiaia), Vstpw. elsarV ri
LARGE LOT OF CLOTHING,
us a mipsrwr vnamy aa isealaets cot le fit every person.
CT Son Mercaaata will tell yoa Goods have nisei tea t
i per csau, eut uooas save ranen at least fifteen ps
., baui n. aAnimr
- CHEAP STORK.
M. I. GtlEEJY,
OB H El 01 AL a
OfEU Vm. HArTKI"lITORE
H ANKI1AI, MO.
Smith A Dick'sTNewTramay Grocery,
on ZSarket atreet.
rTRET take thia method of informing the r.tizent
-m. oi nannioai ana vicinuv. mat inev nava eoened
a new family grocery store on Market atreet, immedi-
ately north of the market bouse, where they intend
Keeping all kinds r Groceries tutted to tbe retail trade.
We intend keening on hand all kindt of marketing, ami
win oe pica sea io see our Inenilt at any time when they
" -i;imiii. m mi iiiiv. t, o uave, ana win conti
nue to keep Fresh Metis en hand during, tbe wintei
season, as we nave tbe best onoortumtv of nurehs-
tine Fowls, Vegetables, Ac, it will be to every man's
Micmi m can aim rximine, oeiore purcnating else
where, at we will have everything that ran be ob
tained ai ine maiaei Douse during the day.
XAIU0AS TO lATLZS
H will he seen, from an article taken from the
Mt. Sterling Chronotype, that the Morgan and
Sanrasaoa Railroad Company is uaing, or about
to aae the moot efficient means to secure a eon
aaetioa with the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail
read. The actual commencement oL survey I,
the eeeurlng of the right of way, and the follow
In of this op by the work of construction un
4er the general law, will, a th Chreuotype re
marks, secure the charier at the meeting of the
next Legislature, and, if not, the road can be
t Luilt without a charter.' From the spirit of th
: Chroaatj pa's article it would seem that the ea
amies ef the Pike county road ar thinking quite
' U-S eorieusly of tUspairiagiy abandoning their oppe-
Miiieau The following remarks ef the Pitts
r (, teld Free TVes will threw further light upon
the eeaditW of tir thre, aad give a. better
insight iat the spirit of th Chroaotype'e arti-
en era anitlea: ,
la aaother esduma we publish an article in re
gard I thia read frees the If sunt Starling Chro
atfiaa. H keens to he seen, aotwithstandint
tha "ifimk dtspiaysd, that the writer has about
.t "w " .. sa.:-ji. v.. k.
M iPS ' MUM mmuil umm wn
we discover, wsll i
tats ef the friend of
tftat Plkt ooansty Railroad, who ware aavar mar
etstM taea at ftetsat.
Oaas man itt oa we would mention car
tas. tjetaWeaesss which teak sJa at Mt. Sterling
esse tie daXwt r th Fik charter; and et
wknh there war riven " Tkrm rresas fot PiU."
The pewpte of Brewa should have rsssitcd
-these rroaasfer their own day of adeeraiiy
Two prisoner escaped from the Illirvoi peri
' , teutiary last Monday.
j The body of a onn named Hugh Mentenich
. was found ia the Illinois river at Otwcll Bar,
; ea thj 7th. 1 . O . .
'""' Tevre Pioa-Have an eye to these when
..If ny firet begin to eat the slops from the dairy.
Sour milk is apt to make them scour, and this
f' eeranUijt is often fatal to them. If thev live.
arrow th is stepped, and all that they eat does
, Ui em o good. I know of no remedy forthi
V disease, and would, therefore, advise to use oars
te praveut it. Lot them for time have sweet
kirn milk, earn, and a fses range in a pasture,
f possible, and weaa them gradually. - 1
Improvement in Antagonistic Dentistry.
I IK. . It. ANDERSON would respectfully
1) inform the citizens of Hannibal and country
especially, that he is inserting teeth on an im
proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the
functions of mastication, cannot be surpassed.
Dr. A. will guarantee to any person who wanta
a set of teeth let their jaws be ever sq irreg
ular or badly deformed from the loss of
F1STULE IN ANNON CURED.
Jtnd all ether dittcuti pertaining to th rtetam
1 annrt, $vch as tniet, eye.
DR. G. M. KIGHTLEY, of Ky., has located
near New London, Mo., at which place he
can be seen at all limes, except when ab
sent on professional business. II treats
without the use of the knife or lance. He
will also practice upon the principle of no
ccaa no fat, ana witn little pain to the
patient. All persons desiring to tee him
had better write to know when and where
he can be seen, tie will treat all cases
placed under his care at St. Louis, anni
bal or New London, and if ha does not
give perfect satisfaction after undertaking
the case he will delray all expenses incur
red. Letters post paid or personal appli
cation to Dr. G. M. KIGHTLEY, New
London. Mo. ap-23 w-6m
PARKS fc BIIX8BABROW,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
CORNER of Hill and Fourth Streets. Usnoibal
Tbe subscribers bee respectfully lo inform the in
them habitants of Hannibal and vicinity, that tbey are pre-
i i . - . , .., . . . pareu iu riuer iuiu cuiniBdv w any a mourn iit i urn
.u urwr,7uoii tiiw. us wiu raaau uicm a ei f cnurches, dwellings. Stores, tut., or the
ST. LOUIS STOVE STORE.
... . C. W. BRYAN,
StQtc Dealer, Sheet-Iron Worker, Poppcr&mith, and
Hain Street, Two Doors North of "Brady Honso.M '
HANNIBAL, MO.;; ;;
Sella at Wholesale Prices,
STOVES AND TINWAltE.;
I ItfTITE particular attention fothe' i; ( t ,
Prize Pfemitim CJook Stove, ,
which bat civea anlversal sstisfaetlon to all who have usdd it. I warrant all my stoves for twslvs sssatha
and if any ef tbe plates break during thst time, I furnish nsw ones free of chsrv. '
Asl design remaining permsncutly In this place, tbs public are ssfe is taking my aarantss tor U food
performance of tbe stoves kept by me. i - , , .
All arr stovse alt msnnraetured of '.''..'
niSSOURI MOUNTAIN IRON,
ead for goad f stetal and beauty of catting, thev eeel any ttovet made in tbs Wastsi coantn.
CS Th tstts ft sasalds Hollow-Wars for G. F. Killey it considered ths best workman in ths Uaittd
ttataa. aad that eecoenta ro our Hollow-ware ana move vessels oeine to ssuea ttnoothsr and better tbaa
... a. . tv .si It C a U-a ""B"
rotnas yea Will Ba ia ataraei, wnemer smn ci
bava eoastaatlv oa Hand, a aunplv of TIN WARE, to which I particularly invita thattentia
of lh ceantry trad, to tb aatdity of sty war, and lb prices, thU be tucb at to iudue the te call B
.. . .... t ,..u-. . : :
I will amis sale to taeveaanu living in inecvumry i n per ccm. eh un o. ixnis wnoiesaw rtc.
I will a.11 at retail, Ceoa Steves from two to three dollars cheaper than you can buy tan aasa fat is ej.
Louis. All erdavs frees a distones promptly attended to.
Giv aw a call, if yoa please, ana 1 will ao say .esi i. renuer taiiiiaciion.
READ TRIM I - ;
THE introduction of .' "' ' '
tliat will antagonize or shut together at regular
ly ana as periectiv tne first time thev are Dut m K. n. mey are also prenarea to
the mouth, without any s-rindinir or altering, an ipeci6cationt of every description. Buildings erected
their natural teeth ever ,1. Anv ner.nn i.h. 1 00 ?oe' . T35r 'nJn Pr-
- . -;v i - -
supply plans and
A lawyer once pleaded with great ability the
causa of his client for nearly an hour. W hen he
had done, hia antaeonitt, with a sunerttuous
sneer, said he did not understand a word th
other had aaiL who neatly replied, "I believe
to, lor 1 was speaking law.
RtMiDY roa Bora in Hoascs. A writer of
the Southern Cultivator gives the folivwiuk tim
pie remedy for hots, wuicii if adininislered in
tune, he call an almost infallible rsnedy
Drench freely with sweet milk and molasses.
(sugar or honey will do) well abaken together.
Lontiiiuc it, a bottle every to or zu minutes, un
til the animal become easy, then rive a quart
butll full of strong salt water, followed soon
altar with a quart ef castor oil.
It is id! to fire aaything fo kill the bo's
when in th hors. Th only plan is to carry
then off -this a twset - drench will do. Thev
sots on it greedily aad fill themsalv in a littl
wail. Ia salt and water taev will lie dormant
for day together, aad ia thia state the oil will
carry them off. ' . . .
A good many valuable horses have died re
cently ia this vicinity. Th liv of most of
them might have bean saved, if th ahov very
simple remedy had been promptly administered.
? Ilavaea.July 1, 1853.
The account from th country are quite diten
heartening. On oae plantation they have loat
two hundred and eighty negroes from cholera.
The Chinese have also suffered terribly. In
some mstancea the whole number taken on the
eetate have been sweep! off. If it comes to the
city it will make sad havoc, (dried to th yellow
Th late new from England and Spam ha
prouueca quae ea eicitemeni in regard to the
slsv question. Th moat positive orders have
been received, there is no doubt, from Npaie. to
t ( a a mm . ...
put ii oowa at an naiaras. Zuluefa and i orea
ds, both large planters, ere alresdy in prison
It is said thsrs i no order for the as-test of Par.
ajo and another considerable character. Negroes
f the late importation are brought in almost
daily from th various plantstiun. Thst nre
cecding hove thrown great despendeney on the
planting inter. What the reeult willbe, it is
ci Octal t ey. jTribno.
On Wfopetdsy evening the hoese of Mr.
Bserman, of Quincy, was broken into by several
men, who ait suited Mr. 11., and injured him
very badly. The quarrel originated about a
basket, ' : '
Ccns fob Tea Blu is. Luther ssyt: "When
I sm assailed with heavy Iribulutione I rush out
arming my pigs rather than remain alone by my
self, ,Tbehuinsn heiirt is like a inilliton in a
mill, when vou mit wheat under It. It f nma
grinds snd GruUss the wheat te War, if you put
no wheat in it, it still triads on. bat then it u
ittelT it grinds and wetn s away."
ing evidence of this, if they will call on Dr. A.
he will show them several entire upper and
lower sets right here in the city, and let them
judge for themselves. Particular attention
given to the treatment of all diseases of the
mouth, and the mal-position of the teeth.
All operations warranted, and charges reas en
W. B. Person from the country wanting
work done, and beine unacauainted with the
J 'J . !! m . n. . . . . . .
rue menu ana kiu or tne uentists in tins city
would do well to inquire here in the city, where
mey are Dom Known.
Office over Brittinghara's Drug Store
GOLDEN E1U ST0V1S
TTAS on band tha most complete astortment of
x. mruwr ana siovet. ever Drought up or down
the Mit'i'sippi River, ar by tny other thoroughfare
Amors tbs Patterns, are tbe Celebrated Golden Era
Cook Stoves, considered by all who have used them, to
be far tiiperior to any Cook Stove now in use. No
Btove that has ever been invs itej it equal to tbs Uolden
Era, for draft, durability, neitnest of finish, or Cook
ing: w warrant tbis Stove to la it three timet as long
aa any at her stove, ever invcuted.
Ws bavs ttovet from svery important foundry in tbe
United States, which we will tell at the lowest prieet.
We do aot bind ourselves to keep any one particular
Stove; a s bavs ttovet from evary Foundry ia St. Louil,
Quinev, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.
Persons buying ol at, will have a large assortment
of Patterns t. select trou. Ws taigbt have two thous
and .0 band, but they carry them oft almost at fatt
at w can get tbesa, afthotutti aa have a large assort
ment of the tame tort left, and ar receiving new pat
tarns. Be tare to call before you buy elsewhere, for
we sre determined to tell to cbtap that pertons cannot
help from purchasing, fur wa warrant every alove to
give entire satisfaction.
Hardware ! Hardware!!
Our stock of Hardware it large and complete, em-
an km mat generally aepi in a naru
F. P. Magber, Architect. feb3'53-y.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI,
Commission and Forwarding House,
JOSEPH MOO Rl DC I.
MOGRIDGE & McFAUL,
(Lste Twitcbell & Mogrnlge,)
Corner Commercial and Pine streets,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
CONSIGNMENTS and C emmisiions will meet with
J i rompt and personal attention, and liberal CASH
ADVANCES will be given on Coiisigninenta or Bills
of Lading IN HAND.
The forwarding and rTe!v'r.f cf merchandise and
firoduce will meet with es;iectiil care slid dispatch; Uie
oweet rates of fie'gut will always b procuied, and
the expense of 6tot-iie aud di-sye at cuch as pos
Orders for purchasing filled tt tbs shortest notice
and lowest market pneet.
J. a. E. Walsh;
Pare k. Bacom
Charlets, Blow Co.i ) St. Lsais.
Cboteau k. Valtej
Doan, King A Co. '
Blow ft. MarcD; J
Frost a Forests ' S Nsw York.
Charles A. Meigt) J
T.C.TwicUell A Co., New Orleans.
We bare an open policy of Insurance, which will
cover all shipments to eur addreas, wben advised by
letter per mail, or wnea endorsed on bills ot lading
before, or at (be time of shipment.
MOGRIDGE a Mcl'AUL.
St. Louis, Janary 29, 1853. (lyw)
B. STEVENS, oppoaiT ths City Hotsl.hss jutt
received, ia addition t. hia form-r ttork. th
iargest assortment of Jewelry ever brought t. Hanni
bal. He invitct hit customers I. call at tbe above
establishment, where they will always find tb richest
snd most extensive assortments f Watches sad Jew-
a.a i mas., a a. " j a . r
weii w iiurc, awe llSVfl VI PttllQ lUTCV Slunn.fjni OI .1.,
aira.s kl. ,..tl..l .a.- tl - II "
avuuivuauciicu VI gUHF, WIIICU Will MCU el Te
uuvru i( ivr rrajiiy 1J. wf
m,nufcc(urf ra. nd cin ell
fit (at.si Ititto cb.air). W
old lor in iiy 0lhtr h.rj ty.sr9 toi intt.it citf. Call
try, Silver ar.d Ptaicd Win, contntini in ptt f G!U
IV hi. as f Ika I .-.--. "4, -wvs " Wis. lira, jrj i - n ns). rIl W III-
.7 rhT. . !h! XKl Ki,,e9' P",tiU, I, Cold Fob Vest Ji Guard
limUS ll. -I Chin,' Gold and ailvsr 8psctsclss, Card
Mha "a, evtr been ? h.Tss Pots, Ca.toftVCandU micas
r 1 nan 11 iu ever Been irrnril.niu. dm. uv.i j d L
in and are w.ll eor.t ...e ysu of tb fact. Our M- LfZmStim S''9 f T'l fiT"'' Zl
are is of ths best ll( (he .s, improvement. L. urSd P " 9 ' "tne'
We cars aot for ths St. Louis Uou. W. will aot K. mo",f mittM
an out If the tell at cost, we tell at a litrl. !..
W ar ptruiaiieualy located iu tbis city, end luteod to
spend our money her.
l7" All can be found at P. A. HICKMAN'S
STOVE STORE, Corner of Main aad Bird
treet. IlannilxJ, Mo. i
Alexander Before, ai4 otbsrs,
Williats Sufont, Tliomas Bu
frd.Mry Hll,ai4ber bus
band, Samuel a iltll, end
NOTICE, it liereb given to William Buford, Thorn
at Biiionl. Marv Hill ana aMiiniiel H. Hill, h.r
la (he Ralls County
State of Missouri.
MACKEREL. ffew Crop.
1 (111 BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS,
1UU just now arrived an) for al wholesale
(right cheap), ty T. R. SELUES.
Ktw Boot aid (shoe Wmfar ttry !
ILfl Itvtr.anm.oir i. . . ... .
THE UNDrRSIUNf.I) tales this meOiod
ol informing his old customers, friends
ea me piiouc generally, llikt I have team
commenced the uiiniilaclitfe of Boots and Sboetof tbt
i very Dest material. Persons, wishing articles in my
line will do well lo give me call, belore purchasing
elsewhere, as my stock is well seHectad, comuiaine
Ilia luial irtirla .f ...J A..:.. ..ir
i . . ' i - - - - v. ..... nu niiKiiMii v.ii t.m,
bntband, bi-irs or distributee! of the .state of Abra-ditto kip, ditto upper, all of wbicb 1 will make to
orner ai uie soorteM notice. ' 1
rybop oa Hill ttreet, a few doors east ef SelmeV
vore. KICHAKU FITZPATRICK.
P. 8. I wltl keen constsutlv on hand an assortment
of tint calf boots, kip boots also, oars. boott and
iioes, which I will warrant to be of lb very best
quality. rmcbie-dlmwtf j U. Jf.
ham Bulord, ten., oec'd.that applicatioa will be made
to tha County Court of said Couuiy, on the fiist Mon
day in September, 1853, for an order to sell the slaves
belonging to said estate, and for aittribittion of the
proceeds accoidirre to la. A1.KX. ttUKORU.
Per J. P. Lancaster, ageat or pUnititTs.
June 16th, lsi w ...
DR. M. F. BltOWN.
FACTITIONER of Medicine In all its branches'.
Office si tbs Drut Stars ol J. B. Brown A. Cn
Kesldenut South-west Corner Bird snd 't hird blreeic,
Haxmsal, Mo. . (uiohit'Se wlv)
Dfl. D. II. WASHINGTON.
18 Agent for tbe Phienolngical, WataoCure and air
oilier publications of Messrs. Fowlcrt tt Wells, aad
will procuietheri or any other works oa sccomatoda
inf terms. Oidsit trspectfully solicited, (mylthvt-w)
at Kortbera Miasoart, to say extent, bat bees in tbe last three years; ttnea which lira they bar brae
gradually increasing tb aaaaiilaetur. and tale f them; and although, .wing to their being bent aad
smooth, and aoaaething aew, aoaa littl. dirtcalty attended tbe ssle snd use at krst, yet by always tnakias
stovee and castings .1 th awst quality of Scotch Pig and M'tsouri Mounfaiu tree, they have proved t.
withstand tr. better tha ar.y other Casting raad. in th Western country. Th. Furaae Castsnp and Hoi.
low-Wire particularly, have bca superseded by it, wherever It ba beea brought int. aae, ecu always give
tatisfactioa. Having lived bar a ausabe of years, aad I ting per a neatly iecated here, parcbaatrt eaa
tely on our guarantee at to tbe quality of the articles s.ld by us: and as t a the operalim it ear celebrated
Prix. Premium Cook Stove, jest read the eertiacates ef those who bav ased them, and are atihg tbeas new.
And aaother advantage a parctaser will hav ia buying a St. Lauia alove fas,be would not oaiy beget
ting a stove mad. of th. best material ia th. world, but a can at any time get an odd piece or plat witboat
any charge, by letting ut knew that such is wanted, as all oar stoves sr warranted, aad, ia east f ha
perfection, th articles will be proroptlv made good to the purchaser, which be will aot and th cat with
Ciactaa.fi, CAicero, PiiUbmrgk, aaef fatter taoat STOVES, as you cannot get any Odd Piece. Era
if they v. era warranted, it would be Impossible to get odd plates from such dittanc.
We, the nndertigned, having ased the St. Loeu Stoves manufactured by G. T. Filley, f M Lea is.
snd told by Csrter W. Brysn, at Hannibal, Mo.,tak pleasure ia recommending theat to the public at tape
rior in point of draft, durability, seen. ray, c.ov.oi.oc and .at of regulation, ,to any stoves which w
nav. ever usea :
John I. Ellet,
Georre C. Foster,
Dr. L. T. Brittinrhtm,
Cbiriet W. MilU,
W. F. Kercheval,
M. F. Rsbinette,
-W s wain ui oisunci
T. R- Selmes,
John B. Chetley,
T. R. Spencer,
Cea. A. Short ridge,
C Bloom ingtoo, M.,
J. C. Ogrlen,
D. W. Wh
Dr. N. Nelson,
B. K. Brvan,
John L. Matthew.
understood that' tbe St.ILouis Stovk 8tob
W. L. Lacy ,
J. B. Haydea,
H. P. Gregorr,
A. M. Hawkins,
J. P. Clark,
W. r. Owsley,
W. R. Davis,
J. C. Henderson,
John. B. Lewis,
Levi Bark ley,
Hooper Mitchell, .
I John Wiibeat,
I Dr. M. F. Bi.w.
is th. only plar. ia HamiibtJ
where FILLEY'S celebrated stoves are t be bad. I bave th. exclusive privilege of telling tbediflerrat pat
terns of ttovet in thia place, which Filley snakes, including all hia patent Stoves, and ao one els. eaa get
any of tbem ; consequently, they bav. not got them to sell. If any one wishing to buy Cok Stoves will cone
in, I can soon sbowtiim ths difference between Filley's Premium Cook Stove and other St. Louts Stoves, a
I bav some of them on hand which I intend to keep for that purpose. I can also sooa ibow tbem tb
difference between a Prairi Stat, and a Charter Oak Cook Stove. declS'W-tf.
500 of Filley's Celebrated Stores! 1
FOR SHU IT TIIK XT. LOUIS ST ft VK STORE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER take, tbit method ofinformmg bis friends and the public ia geaaral
X th largest stock and greatest variety ol stoves ever oiaugnt to Hannioal. wluen he is tfeteraainedlo sell
lor for cash. Persons wanting Stoves would do wei: to call and examine his stock, particularly his etw
nattsms of Parlor Stavet, among which are th. Grecian Parlor and Mound Parlor,
CT Hit motto is Quick Sal.t and Small Profits."
Main street, two doors north of the Monroe House,
New Cook Stoves!
PERSONS wishing te buy stove, should give us a call, and examine our now pat
Tha Charter Oak stove posssesse adriBtafef
over common Stoves, In thickness of tha Plate, aad improvement in the Draft. It is
given up br all stove dealers and manufacturers, to be tha best Pattern for a descend
ing flue, of any stove new made East or YVeat.
This Stove was patented September, 1852, and wherever they have been used bar
given general satisfaction. This stove weighs some 40 pounds more to the number
than any other stove ever brought to this city. The plates in them are from to 4 (
an inch in thickness. No. 4 weighs over 250 pounds. We warrant them all against
fires. These Stoves have a Patent Hot Air Flue, which carries the heat that is
generated under the fire plate down the front part of tha Stove between two thick
plates to tha draft at the bottom of the Steve, thereby adding great heat to bake witk
on t!ia Hottom, and remedying that which has always been a fault, with stoves ef a
descending flue, heretofore. The Charter Oak has one flue and one plate more thaa
any Air Tight atove yet invented. They will cook with one-half tha fuel which one
of tha ordinary stoves will, and will last for twenty-fire years.
"Prize Premium" Cook Stove.
Thi superior artiel bts only been in use tine January) 1851, aad ic that they btv. give suck a
strati satitiaclion that Ihey ar. now the principal stove sold up the Illinois, Missouri and Mississisfi
nvsr. Th let improvem.nl made by Filley, by putting a division in the draft below, divides th heat at it
past under the oven, and prevent! it from all concentrating on the centre of tb fire-plate, at it does ia eth
er St .vet of similar form. r i
Aaother great improvement in the Premium Stove it the Patent Daraper; wbicb it so constructed as l a"
sure it sgainst breakage by fir.) and if necessary, by turning tbe damper up a little, you can throw lb beat
under tb. oven without burning what ia baking, as tome do.
I bave jutt made tuother great improvement in Filler', Patent Priie Premium stove, by adding ts M
large, heavy Gvata, for tbe wood lo rest on, which not only aidt the draft, by keeping it always clear, but tit
IMI1I Ilia WAiJ Irnm 1. 1 m ..J k . . i - . . I. t . . r . 1 . . ' ' m '
-j-- vMiiiiug vw iii. iHHi.m 01 id. si ore.
Tbit Grata it mads so as to prevent th. wood from falling against th. doort, and burning them through,
vr "" " B" g1"'.! ana at wa nava ltt only fremium cook (Moves that bav. urawt
in them, w. betitate not in laying that we can sell s cheaper snd belter stovs tbaa can be bad elsewhere at
ws wsttern country. Kenons wirhine la buv ttovet would do well to call before nnrrh..m.
ik .di1're"e; between Filley's Patent Premium snd other stoves of the same form in ate, are, I
lb first place, the improvements mad in th. Draft Damper; and tcondly, a contraction of th. trnuk
ay witico lb. heal it mere confined ae.uoit the nn. h..i.. . ii mnr.iir.il., .irvskt'
turet lb. atov. to diaw well, in any tituation. Thirdly, th boilert ar. nearer th. fir. tha'n i most ttcrf;
and having tbe flue contracted to Ibe width of Hi. boiler in front, it brines alt fha heal ia use. Fourlb'
ir, tbe .vent are much larger than the. of most ttovet of tbe tam. kiod in us., amt partievtarry lbs
Cincianatl ttovet. aa the ovent are verv hhiii. J u.. Iiaseflkl lal fill aiivAti f lha aUritiA Uvea ski inW (TMlf
either b" O
Sieve tb. openings in fraat aad back ara the tame uxe-so that you bars la vat pen to, tha
6 ins erther, r jet eaa make four round bolei of a site and any of th trimming will fit
All of th toov tt.vtt may tt proctred at tb
iii r o." p..
o oi. uouis csiove otorc,
Main trtraat, two do an north of tha u Monro nom"
dcl6.v CARTER W. 13RYAN,
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