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, A iijrtoHo feanYran aN .morning and
tojuVci oiio oflhe jiori!w . ' I .
The editor or the Cnr Reporter aayi ihe
railroad route passes Ui ChUlicothe. This
it a mistake. The to' tun one n
rnilcs aoulh of Chillier-
. It would be verd'eu,t for "" 'aJy will
nne of Mm. M. J.CicJl'i Ttewetylea ot bonnets
cti, to look unlovO'-ani' erj thing el n her
l.-ireo and varin stock it as handsome aa her
Tl;e cditoror to Canton Reporter saya tlie
railroad run' torfh of Bloomington four or five
miles. TLis it another blunder of his. It will
ms willm iftee miles of that town.
, From the Chillieothe Chronicle
"A TElfPES? IS A TEA-POT."-THS lilLKOAD
The gcol peoplo of Dloomington and its en
irons. in s-cner.il, and the rwliior of the 'Bloom
lngtoa Rsi'u'oliPiii," in particular, are in an
flutrdgeouk!) l d humor with the directors ot the
Hannilul au lS;. Joseph Railroad Company, Tor
their nefavinu conduct in adopting, in "secret
conclave," Ms thorltst, straighttJ, cheapest -and
maif jrar'ieaMt mult ulonjr which to const met
stvd U.iilroad,to the trent detriment of town lots
in I'miomin-Tiiin. The editor of tho Republicnn
it lnv iiivjii the directory in two columns of
ihe cyti invictivo which we have had the
picture ot perusing for many a day. Wt copy
hAjx u ii n- io.i ot' i.io i.rtiole, and will venture
torc!n:ifk in conncLtioH '.herewith, that if the
railr.Mil divoc'.or can withstand tho blows from
the p m 1. rout b ittlo nxo of this Aj:ix of the
press, an I lie, they must be made of sterner
attill than utu:ly InlNto tlie lit. ol lr.ui Human
ity. Witness how he pitches into them :
After inserting a portion ot the Rlooming
tan Ri'iiWi(in' nrtic!. which wc have already
published, the Chronicle continues :
The above is nil wo can venture to give our
reader this we.-k, touring that hut few ot them
would bs ubk' to survive a perusal ot the whole
nrticle utones;t!'i!'!r. They ahull be treated to
ihe rem.t?'id-r of t editor s savory dish or bil-
liii-miti in ni'i-next.
l.c :vr she (.iti.-s if HarmibM and St Joseph,
rm 1 tlu KvGp'.N'.icdand gentlemanly engineer,
Mii. Iki.-klin. to Uko cavo of their own reputa-
1 I ri Wf H'il I .-ill the roadcr a atlojition to a
r-inelc remark of tho Hlonmir.gloii editor, which
will serve i. a toii-.uuly correct criterion uj
which t. o! th.o tru'h of his other slate
li . v'.'.vs ilini the directors have shown
a m iti !'ei iiiteuti.in to locate it the road! so
' astoruiiio-islydepi-eeinte ONE MILLION of
Ii of nrottei'tv. belontrinz to indi-
i viduals uui to the counties" meaning, cf
course, tin cmin'y scats of tho respective coun
ting tliriliwll ivlli,' I the railroad is to pass. On
referring to tlie late report of the Stale Auditor,
wo finrUh .t the ascsseil valua ot all the town
nr.moiiv in thn counties of Shelby, Macon,
T.in'.i Livingston and IWiess, is only $98,642
The following is corroclly copied from tho Audi
Shelby, for the year 1S32,
Linn. " "
it a .
wit h' ell bitwtfl if foiim ilk- Rnnnctk. r.nbraidr4 1 rnkt. MBtaloeDS sir UM elor. a) a Mur f Mack
Gimps, and Gimps f vary derii!iia ami aia. She j papts low eivwati), black kt, lair eosapleaioa, kair
wMtVeenen kandatraritvorSprint Mniillas,ora
style, and Miss? ana emiaten s Basques. Also, a
hsndsoma assort mtnt f Vulv Ribbons, snd Ftowaf.
Dnsses mtde and iwttarns cut to onlT, in v latest
styles. Gloves, Unmn, Feathers, Lsdies Riding
lists, and averyUiutg im aitiy called lor id sue a aa
While extending a teneral invitation to ta", she
wishes the (act kepi In snind, that she is determined
there shall be no reasonable ground of complaint oa
account ot rricet. (mch4l-wy)
. MlMicrr m4 Ditss Goods.
MRS. M. 3. KIDD.
Oa kasBi Knee. Kartkat Hm Rrast.
S now rereivint and openinc tier bPRING STYLES
ot UUUUS, anaMing her to supply ner custoomts
BROKE JAIL, at New aVacHtost, last aiieht, Mm IStb
inat.. TWO MN. mm kr k sm as David
Mama. 43 at 50 veua af u. abaat ft feet, or 10
mck tign. Mm BWle, B on grey twu wrwr-
JOIIN S. THOMSON,
Nos. 30 and 32 Second street, near Post Office.
1853. St Lonis, Mo. 1853.
1 1 AS in store and is in n-ceiiit of the followins- desi-
XX rable stock of Groceries, which is offered at the
lowest marlret rates I. prompt payt
anile Ibia est Ute to ml Ike kead, keavy whiskers.
Ilia other. Gea. Ctark. alia White, about feet 10
or II inches kigk, has a black apeek oa the wkite of
one ol bis eyas, iney ld whb una a ooopr-D.r-clled
shot rua aad a sinrle karrelM shot n I U
pay Ihe above reward for the epprehensioa aa4 deliv
ery of the above asmel persons at New London,
Ralls eoaaty, no, ajirauea !wun,
March lh, lUS-dtf Sbanf of Ralls couaty.
HANO FORTE MUSIC!!!
rrVHR ntrimed bas ust reeeived aa assort nteat of
X PIANO FORTE MUSIC, aad ean furoUk any
pieces th.t nay be desired. WM. COHEN.
West side of Mio, between Bud aad HiU.
This is nil tho assessors of the above named
counties valued, under oath, all uje town prop
them at, and it certainly
falfs a lot! way short of a million of dollars !
As the editor of tho Uepnhlienn ia so skillful an
M.tAtNt f vi,liprinf?. he should have enlighten
ed the public as to the millions the pros pectof a
tho Hannibal and St.
i. "-J. u.;'irA.i Lis already added to the value
of real estate in northern .Missouri, and the
hundreds ot thousands that will be saved to the
stockholders and the State by the adoption of the
line. This, we opmo, would have
i l. mr nalutable to his readers than
tho wholesale abuse ho has heaped upon the
tWdot directors and the chief engineer, ror
honestly, faithfully and feurlcssly discharging
In merov to the editor of tlie Bloomington Re
.,Ulr.n. we will add nothinir to the ike
acarifioation administered by the editor ot the
. Chitlicothe Clironiclo.
- ABJUVAL8 AX XHS PRINCIPAL HOTELS.
Between 12, m., yesterday, and IS, at., to-day.
t00 hhds N. O. and elTM siinsr, 300 bbls el'Pd do.
O.M, KKI lnf miwM ttnil rtialui mmh.
1MXI bag Rio coffee, 400 bies Laeiisyra rfre
2iH pockets brown Java eoftVe, 50 bbls Jsmiirm .to.
9(10 bbls N. O. molasses, 600 do city and La. S. H da.
y 1. I . lL..:....jr. O IT . 1
nun uiil Cliy wiu o. 1 1 nrui-r,,
800 chests li'f green and black teas, 400 hxs do do,
100 pks golden syrup, SxK' bxs Va. and Mo. tobacco,
800 bxs cot smoa'g tobsrro, 100 do cut chewing do,
100 bxs yellow bank do, 2"i do Spanish muk'r do,
100 iirs Mscaboy snuff. 3 bbls Scotch do,
60 M regalia cigars, 90 M principe do,
.VI M Hvana do, 100 b o xrs melee do,
Soil boxes Cuba and Havana sixes do,
I0O0 pkgs M. K. raisins, 3000 dmms E Ira figs.
150 ckks ante currtnls, OU fi ails dates,
60 casks pivnes, SO cases do. in ilk.
100 bbls S. S. almonds, 2) do H. 8. do, 25 do filberts.
. it. i. . i . . n. i .
xa ouia cngiwn smins. un cream ntiTS,
4000 ke? nails, 4 to M.Msido bluedt and 3l nails. 1
A00dolonredob,8and 10, 360 do brad do, 6, Hand 0,
inOdofinishingdo.fi.tt ar.d 10, 100 do wrought do, do,
75 dofpitos, 4 to 7 in. ISO bxs tacks, 4 to 14 ox,
sou iiafr couon yam, wv uu uomii no,
150 bags white ca'pet warp, 100 do col'd do, do,
4i0 ba'os battiiig, 3o0 do candle wick.
300 do wrapping I wine. SO0 bbls mackerel, 1, 2 and S.
300 half bbls mackerel. Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
li,0 bbls loe herrings, 600 bxs sealed do,
.10 cfcs Eng. codfish, 50 do Oiand Bank do.
1XK) bxscoildsh. Its) lbs each, 9il bbls No. 1 salmon.
iJoOf.m Baltimoia Cove oysters.
6) cases saidmes. wnoies, nan ana quarters,
!H) bbls i cci outs, UH) hK Hi nuts.
1000 bmtiets dried apples. hi du dried pe.iches,
6. c exs auow ranillrs, u oxs paun soap,
AO bxs 0an ssap. 200 d star eamllrs,
30 bxs sperm cardies, hi) d C.is'.ile soap.
3(H) bxs bliaving snap, UNI rks Hu.ton s il catus,
Situ bxs starch, '.'00 bbls Wilmington lar,
100 ebls cider vinegar, duo fcegs rille pow der
3(10 kegs blasting powder, 100 cee canister do,
2 million ti. D. cars, liM M leet salety fuse.
S0l bags pepper, W do aUpica, 10 cases tutmefs.
VU onis ciotcs, lami mailt r.iiuiw.su oDis gra ginger,
xi va;9 ince r.ll)ger, iiiv ua1, ini,ir,it
50 canisters nm-ir,l, 60 krti I'.' C'ih do.
3t0 bxs Undei woodN pufcliu, 3isido pepperssuce,
KM) hxs tomatoe catnip, 10 du Cayenne pepper,
3i0 bxs assorted candy, 10 do rock do,
tfi 0 bxs assoited ground spices, aoudos bed coids,
600 coils Manilla cordage assorted,
10 bis flax sewing twine. 3000 tbs broom twine,
600 bxs window glass, 7x9 to luxl4,
10(1 bxs quart flasks, 3U0 do pt do, 60 bf pt do,
fOO bxs tumblers, s,'d, 60 do glass decanters,
SOi) bxs squat jars, 60 reroons F. indigo,
a cases Mat! i as Indigo, l on Manilla do,
10 essto crop madder, 60 bbls alum,
60 bbls copperas, 2i do oiioutone, 1 etc sulphur,
90 bbls chop logwood, 60 bxs extract do,
160 casks carb soda, 6 cfcs washing do,
10 bbU Epsom salts, 100 bxs black ink,
2 c?ea white chaifc, 25 bbls whiting,
5 bbls putty, in bladders, 3 do camphor,
60 tags saltpetre, 1000 dos yeast-powders,
15 cases ass'd plavii.g cards, 300 dos broa pis
10 bbls tanners' oil, 60 baske's salad Oil,
15 bbls linseed oil, 100 bxs chocolate,
2(10 bxs tire crackeis, 50 kegs bar lead,
600 bags drop shot, 100 do buck shot.
1000 reams cap and letter paper, 3CO0 do wrapping do,
I (hi reams tea paper, iuii dxs lemon syrap,
And for sale at the "Lone Building" corner of
Main and Bird afreets,
ALT. KINDS OF GARDEtf SEEDS Onion eels;
Rlue mas and timothv seeds t Clover seed bv tb
barrel or bushel. A general assortment of Groceries,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Brooms. Cotton Yarns
Cotton batting. All kinds or ruls. Uranges, Lemons,
Figs, and a host of articles not mentioned her Like
wise, a thousand thinrs that is not beta for sale. Anx-
ions to sell all for CASH UP AND THE MONET)
DOWN. Like to rorgot one tmng, ine r-ei" ranis
flour is her too! marl6dtf T.JACKSON.
8T. LOUIS STOVE STORE.
C W. BRIAN,
Stove Dealer, Sheet-Iron Worker, Copper
smith, end Tinner,
tatm Irmt, Tm Dean Kansi mt 'Wrmij H ,
Sells at Wholesale Prices, STOVES AND TIN
WARE. I invite partieilar atteatioa to the PRIZE
PREMIUM COOK. bTOTF.,wbkk aurmiam.
sal satisfaertOB te all who have asod U. 1 warrant all
say Stoves far tsrelve atotiths, aad if any af tho pht'e
break darirat tkat tiaie. llumUh aew ooes free e
As I oesiga reauining permaaeatfy ia this place,
toe public are aafs ia taking my gaaraata for the good
parforasaBC af Ik stoves kept by me.
All any stoves are manufactured of XISSOURI
MOUNTAIN IRON, and lor goodness ol awtal and
beaaty of easting, tkey excel any stoves asada ia the
tf The aaaa who moulds Ho',low-War for G. F.
Filly ia coasidered I be best werkmaa ia the Lnitet
States, aad this accounts for or Hollow. Ware aad
Stove Veeasts bemg so saoch smoother ao-t better than
any others yoe will find ia saarket, whetbet auds Last
I have constantly oa hand, a supply af TINWARE,
to which I particaiarty iuvite the attention ot S
coantrv trade, as the qiialitv of tsr ware, and the p:i.
cs, shall be sock as to induce then to call oa are ajau-
JUST reeeived. a Tars stocK or Jewelry, at the
C1TT JKWXLKT BT0&Z. Purchasers will do well
to call and examine beforepurchasing elew!.
mchl-d2w WM COHEN.
The mtioductioa of
Into Northern Missouri, to any extent. kas beea in the
last thiee years; since which lime they hare baaa
gradually increasing I be manulacture and sale of them;
and althouch, owiug to their beine; liht and taaootk,
CAPT. A. S. ROBARDS, formerly or
the State of Kentwky, having taken
the Brady House in the City of Hannibal,
Mo., tor a term ol years, wouio. res peer-
and soanclhing new, some little du&cullr attenJed the
sale and use al irst, yet by always making Stoves and
Castings of the best Quality of Scotch Pig aad M ourt
Monntaia Iron, they have proied I withstand fire bet
ter than any other Casting ataee in the Wettera eoai
try. The Furnace Castings and Hollow-Were partica
laily. hare been superseded by it, wbr.-er it has been
broneht into use, and alwavs (ivu satrslactioa. Har-
; ing lived here a number ol' years, and heme; permanent
ly I.WB,l k.l. MllrlllMM Ml. VAltf AM Alt. B.. A..
fully solicit a liberal shara or Public patronage. He i,, ibeqiiality of the articles sold bv oa;a-Ht a to
would not make any extraordinary promise,, but be . 1h. operatioi oT our relebrated Prise" P.-eon.w, Co--k
wishes so to conduct the Honse, as to make it deserve Stov. ;u, lDe rerliocatea of those who have used
the patronage which ha hopes it ts-ill reeeiva. Having ' tbem, aad are usinai them now. Aad another adai
a general acquaintance through this and the adjoining tac , purchaser will have in bevmg a St. I-oji voa
States, he will take pleasuie in communicating such ol m , moM not onir begetti'na: astorasn!e nr the
informal ian to traveleia as they may desue; Hannibal I n.terial in the world, bat ke can at a-iv time m
being the point or embarcatioa, for a large portioa fjaaodd piece or plate without anr charge, by letrint Tus
iiiuici.v.,m. .... aa anow max sucn is wameu. ai an omr stows are war-
Missouri River, ranted. and. in ease of imperfection, the article will
tf He will at all tunes be prepared to accommodate 1 ,n ... lbe nuirk,., i.i. k.
tne iraveiera who norses. carnaxei anw wagons, will not and the case with Cincinnati, Chicago. Pitts.
as means of conveyance to any distant point
April 7th, 1852.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
I FARMERS AND MERCHANTS coming to Han
. tubal with the intention of selling wheat and buy
inc flour, would do well to call and aea as before sell
ing or purchasing eltew here. Remember the big stone
Mill oo Bird, between Wain ami mini streets, uiva
us a rail. A. S. ROBARDS It SON.
rj N. B. Our Flour is sold nowhere else but at the
M ill. Every aack and barrel is branded witk our name
on it i
mchSldtf A. S. ROBARDS . SON."
burgh, and Eastern made SrOYKS,as you cannot gvt
any oid rieces. c-vea u inev were warranted, it
would be impoMible to get odd plates from ,uch ais
We, the, andersiened. having need the St. In;:s
Stoves aoanul'actured by G. F. F illey, of St. Ihiis. and
sold by Carter W. Biyan, at Hannibal, Mi., take
pleasure ia recommending theaa to the public as s i,
perior in point of draft, durability, economy, ro'irenll
encc and ease of regulation, to aay Save which we
have ever used :
IT. R. Selmes.
J-vkn B. Cbesiey,
n m. si.iv.
ChMpest and Bst Writing tak.
LT. BRITTINGHAM . BRO. are now asawa-
faclurine Black Writing Ink or a superior qiiali
tv. which tbev sell very cheap thirtr eeata a dose
cones, or five cents a pict. Steel peas may be left
stand inr ia this ink any length of time without corro-
P. S At wholesale, they will sell it at $10 a bar
0 rnr. rouNDs of
OLD COPPER Wanted
or which the highest price will be paid
in cash, at the M St. Louts Stove Store."
mchl4dtf C W. BRYAN.
New Boot and Shoe NiBifaetorr !
1000 bjgsdairy salt, 1000 do U. A.do.SOOdoL. B-dOjifTtHE UNDERSIGNED takes this soatHow
6(MI Uox a hoop buckets, atl.lilo S-Iioop do, I -A. Ol inlorming nis oia customers, inwui m .10
100 dox hall buckets.300 nests p'i'd tubs. 3 8 each, and the public generally, that I bare araia Wa
100 dos sine w ash boards, 150 bxs clothes pins, ! commenced the manufacture of Boots aad Shoes of the
John 1. Fdlet,
George C. Foster,
Dr. L. T. Brtttingaaat,
Charles W. Mills,
W. P kercheval,
W. L. Ucy,
J. B. Hayden,
H. P. Gregory,
A. M. Hawkins,
25 dox well-buckets, 300 bxs block matches,
200 bxs Roman matches, 100 bbls oakum,
200 bbls butter and water ciackers, 100 do pitch,
100 bbls rosin, 250 bxs rtay pines. 100 do stone do.
25 cases g's'd Turk pipe-heads, 85 bbls pearl barl'y,
200 demijohns, 1 to 6 gallons, 100 cks rice,
10 bbls split peas, SO bxs British lustre,
100 bxs double retined sataeratns,
10 casks Scotch ale. 5 bbls Mason's blacking.
300 bbls rectified whisky, 60 do Bourbon do,
100 bbls Monongahrla do, 15 do rye do,
100 bbla Am. biandy, 10 do do gin,
20 bbls Peach brand v. 15 do N . E. nun.
ty With a full slock of imported wines aad brandies.
March 5, ltwa-4-ly
very best material. Paraoaa wishing artwlea ia asy
line will do well to gtve bm a call, berore purchasing
elsewbero, as my stock is well aellectod, comprising
the best article of French and Aaterkaa calf akias,
ditto kip, ditto upper, all of which I will nuke te
ardrr at I be saortest notice.
CI Shop en HiU street, a lew eoors east or beiaaer
Store. RICHARD F1TZPATRICK.
P. S. I will keen cowatsnlly en band, aa aasonancM
of fine calf boots, kip boots also, coarse 000 is aaa
shoes which I will warrant to be ai ue very nasi
quality. fmchlo-dlsawtfj H.T.
I F. Fraaklia.
Kaw fask filwTra.
Persons wtskiac te bav stoves, skeukl five aa a ea3.
and exaaaineeaw atew patteres of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
It ia not yet determined where.
Bat C W. BRYAN wants $10,000 in
Louis Stove Store, for which U wiO give
H.k.- - - -iLh NrC
IWnil .' . . , Mi ? 1
c; L ZZ. . J
At the St,
K alleys ajciesraieei a nsirier uaiss. axaia
Piwaseer C'sswk. ate)TH
At IK T.Akaaaa.1 I xmwL aVtM.
rf St. Louis Stove Store, Main Street, two doors I remainder ef 1 textoarf
North of the Brady House. ' C. W. BRYAN. hanoteo ana "J
HANNIBAL AND ST. JOSEPH RAILROAD.
SEALED PROPOSALS wiU be received at the eaV
of tho undoninod ia the city of HaanibaL Miasm
ri, until the Twentieth day of April, lor the gradea
t ion, masonry, and bridging of tweary-ire rnilae of
aaid road, exteuduur West froaa Hannibal. Pre a sal
teo. A. Soortrid.
I Bloomiurrea. Me..
J C. 0den,
D. W. White.
Dr. X. Netsvo,
B. K. Brraa.
Joha L. Mi thews,
W. R. Davis,
Wanea Fiakes ,
J. C Heodersoa.
A. Green lea,
John B. Lewis,
at1 J O
Havinf secured the ajeswy of thaa for thu city. This
stev poasessse advaatagea over aammee stove, m
iturkMH af ihe nlate. and uanrovsBtents ia Ike draft.
It is gtvan an by all stave dealers and saaaufactorara,
k w. ik. kl un bar a duaranlinr toe. Ot eat Ci-U.T
sieve new ntaoe avaater west. . 1 1 as
. . a . ft. A
This stove wee neiearaa oeyweaar, Vi tO
wherever tn-y have bean asad, have geal aat-
istactien. Tkaa ataee weagha aaase soiw porsnaa awra k..
tot be Bonbar taaa aay other stove over hi eesht to thia, better
city, ine puias tawsa ere cross ao best
ex an aacn aa ouutaeaa. iso. a """" . ,-
s p n.Wood.St. Louis i R A. Moffett, 8helby
. vi.--i.- u.,n.n.n . N llamiim. Paris I
n j Rfij.iu i.ve Ttios. "Burrilt
innn a m, i irtnat'i s'jm iutv," v - a . .
do ,8.0. Kaywendt Wm ,M. 'CooKe, and Fsmi v, , , D p BRqWN
Citvi E. S. ihnnuw. Ptym wonaaion ..ua.-. ; -tpacTijib R of MedMne te all iUbranchea.
Joseph WoiHiley, Calora.m 4-rwa. . -""-V" f'ftrtia the Am Store of J. B. Brown Co.
2Xl wrSl!!!; Km! ' West El Vl" aC Jx, I Residence, Swith-weot Comer Bir JJ''?',,
tkAn. arill alM na received at our aOce in the cite ef I
St. Joseph, Miasoan, enm we seam wayea nay, tot mw "rTZi,:W ,if
the rrsdustioa, masonry and bridging of twenty-nee W pounaa. we warram wa -" ""' "
.. . 7 t I7 . 3 i tw.!1i k-o PiaI Mat Air FU. which carnas til rntnS.
Musaaoiuoor,.xwawaj r--. -rr z.iz;iiz: .l; .
front part aftVsova,be:weB tare tnJckpsatea to nmal,C
draft at the hot taaa of the etove, thereby adding gtv UaioOj,
beat to bake Wk-k an the brtoa, end reeaedyMg lr 11
which baa eheeyn beenefaatt witk atovaa of ei ,
soaadiag tea, kWeiaae. Ike Catarter Oak aasox-j
tan end ena paaaa nsore than any ABM J
ravaated. tkey wsll cook wtk ee-klf the. fa
which eae ef the ordinary stoves will, end will has.
for tweatr-kve yeaie. Khl-45
can be prepared- by the engineark.
aoana vary heavy eacavatioaa end
laced a oder eon treat aa
soon as the
11m li a aaihiaif a
onbanksaeni mm several large orange. . .
Plana, p aad spMlncauens wiUke ready at each
Contractors H. and St. J. R. R.
Hannibal, Me., March 14, taschlt dwtaSO
Oj C. Crutcber, do T. Panjons, 4o.