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ted It end would tise'lt thederatefy, or for cull-
nary purpoeei. -M Wat opposed (a Infiirir
the business of Veepecteble men, ' If exclliding
all without BUtTjjhiiutloii from telling liquor,
' ' ', Between It, yesterday, and II f ,, te-dey.
V V. AnMM Nr I Mtutnn i Vi ' Bk fUmael. Rella
Co.t E; H. Parish, Perie, Kjr.j D. F. Cromwell aed
Wife. Columbia Elder U. P. Henderson, d C.Jones.
Mf. Gano said he had, been under tha aamelfeur ehindrani N.A. Bidner. Cllnntoe., Mai Mlse
City,, ordinance would be ill conflict Vith the dot W. MeCermaeavflet N. O. Matloca, Randolph
State Uwt. But on close exarninalioh he w "u,uir n'
though he Wat for putting down such houiei as
VereVrihisance. ' ' '
ww thoroughly convinced that ipeclaVauthority
fad, been conferred in our charter to leitrain,
"suppress and prohibit drm-sliops and tippling
'houiei, and that we have full power to do to.
Mr. Rooarde remarked thataa Mr. Cowling
hud ttated, he thought the council could have no
' 't.ji .'". it a. a m. .
jigiii 10 pan an oruinan.ee connioung, witn oiate
uwi. .. now far our power extended, wei a
.question not entirely fettled In his own mind.-
I. C.RIehmend.Cilvt R. D. Austin tad Ladr. Mi
we Co. i Dr. Franeie. Palmyra t Dr. A. F. Jiter. d
A. Warner, Marion Ce I B. B. Kmc. Paluiyrai T. 8.
Eames, Ohi J. H. Spining, til Air. Bates Edward
Berry, m. louis.
' $1C3 tUinrt.
T3R0KE JAtL. of NewXeadea, last Bight, the 18tb
Xj init.. TWO MEN. eoe by the nam of David
Morgaa, 45 or 5Q years f age, about a ftaf,' t or 10
inches blab, heavy made, bad on trey blanket over-
coal. pantaloona of sarae color, alto a pair of black
pants low crowned, black bat, fait completion, hair
quite win on ma lop ei ine neao, Bevvy wnieBere.
The other, Gee. Clark, aliaa White, about 6 feat 10
or II Incbei high, baa a black a beck on tba whit of
a el nts eyes, may dm who mora a aouoie-Bar-rolled
ahot eun and a einrle barrelled a hot ifln. I will
nay in aaore reward for ID aspreDcniiou ana aene
ery of the above aataei nartona at Hm Loodoo,
Rilli eoaatjr. Mo. SAMUr.L SMITH,
March ISKD, l8JJ-dtf Sherirf of Mailt county.
PIANO FORTE MUSIC II!
rpiIR undesigned bai juit received an aaiortrrtenl Of
X PIANO FORTH MUSIC, ano can liirnmn ant
pteceilbat may he dettreil. w.M. iumkn,
We at tide of Main, between Bird and Hill
It la not yet determined where,
lie would go heartily for the prohibition of all But C. W. BRYAN want $10,000 la
uoggerlef. To do thii,,the tupport of the peo
a. wf . a tea
-pe wai neceiiary. in xne &aiern Diaiei, enorii in eachen
of that lort were enthely lucceiifut, becauaa at
every atep aw maken had been aupported by
the a7mot unanimoui voice of the peopie. i For
tlie tame rcaion the elTort to prohibit the ia(e of
iiquor in Raui county had been luoceiiiuf.
Succen in thii matter mUl be hard without the
auiteininff cower of the Mottle t with it. it will
be eaav. We muit rev on rublle obinion and ir"ri." Monm.
... ... . . . ......
eentiment when we to about putting it down. Inportanl mi iimii i wbi o praaeBtea ana an imer.
,. .11. , , r , I eetoo ara invneu w aiiena. ymcn-iio-u-iB;
g or me own pari ie aonorreu urunaonneaa ua
VrouM loonar tee a chid of liia around a garab
ling table than a tipplmg bouae. There ia hope
or o 1 1 1 o ln .iete end ii In reeint of tha lollavln-.i.l.
drunkard. He would not for hia right arm aay 1 rabla atoek of Groceriea, which la ofTened at tba
ne would never drinlc atrain, become with him
diieaae made it a neoeaaity, but he proteited
St. Louis Stoic Store.
C. VT. BRYAN,
At Ike Bt. Louli Stove Store, for wbieh he will fire
ice. ' '
rillei 'a Celebrated Charter Oak an
l'loneer looa aivvea,
At the Loweal Caib Price. .
rf Bt. Louie Stove Store. Main Street, two doera
North of the Brady Home. C. W. BRYAN.
A Meeting of tba litoekholdera or the Hannibal
Library Inititute, will be daid on TUKOAY
Kveninr. April 61 h, at arly candle light, at tba Office
. WHOLESALE GROCER.
Voi. 10 and 32 Second alreet, near Poll Office,
1853. St Louia, Mo. 1853.
agninat thebuiinen of liquor lelliog, and though
he feared the ordinance In contemplation would
be in conflict with State lawi, yet if we had the
power he wbi in favor of uiing it.
Mayor Selmei reail the following aeclion of
the charter conferring the required power on the
City Counoil, remarking that the Legislature
muit have had a great contempt for the bMineii
i they had plaoed it in very bad oompirnyt
XI. To teatrain; prohibit, and emrpreei tip
' pUitg houiei, and draa-hepa.ten pin alleya, iball
alleyi, and bawdy, and other diiorderhr 'houiea
and practicea, and alio, to regulate and iprdhb
it, if drained proper, the sale of apirttoui iieaieri
within trie city.
When the reiolution came to a vote, Mx. Mar
nin called for the ayea and naya.
Ayea Gano, Settlea; Brieo, VTeatfaK, Mar
tin, Robardi, Ruffner, Schneider.
Naya Dowling. - ', 1
,Mr. Gano called the attention of dae Board to
tho foot that Mr.1 Lakenan haa a lot 'on the river
at the only point where the railroad can ap
proach the Miiainippi river, except'on the city
yharf. He himielt wai not at all it) any man
ner intcreited, but he thought it important the
city ihould have that lot. Mr. Lakennn offered
it (lot 4 block 2) very reaionably via: for
$1000 1 $900 in three year, the balance in five
On motion the Committee of Finance were
author! ted to enter into negotiation! with Mr
Lakenan for the purchaie xt the lot.
Mr. Settlea wiihed to have Mr. E. A. Lock
wood appointed liquor Impector. ' '
Mr. Weitfall thought that might be poatponed
till next Monday. -'; :-' - ' '
Mr. Settles laid it had been poitpoaed aever
nl tiroes already.' vm v
Mr. Robards and Mayor Selmei were not
able to diicover the Use of a liquor inspector,
when we are about to abolish the liquor bual
neai. I !'' 'I . . V '" '
Tha motion wai laid over, the Counoil then
adjourned, v , ! '
FoBitiTUBc. Iuu at Abctio. -See advef
tiiement ia another oolumtt. ; ' , i
rWVALS, ANn DEPARTURES..:;
Batwaeo IS, ;ryeaUrdayJanil 19, at., to-day.
I Wadneadav. Marth' 80th i '
' ' 9
And for sale at the "Lone Building" corner of
Main and Hird streets,
AM. KINDS OF GARDEN 8EED3-Onion aet)
Blue trait arid lirtfothy leedi t Clover iced by the
hirrel or bmhel. A general aiaortmant of Groceries,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Broom, Cotton Yannj
Cotton hattinf. - All kindior Null. Oraneei, Lemoni,
h it: and a hot of artielei not mentioned here i Like-
wie, a thsuiand lhinj that Utiot here for lale. An,
lorn to tell all for CASH UP AND THE MONEY
DOWN. Like lo foraot oae thing, the Kiel Milli
flour ii hare tool marlSdlf T. JACKSON.
TUST received, a Urea ntocK of Jewelry, at the
J CITY JXWIULY nbJLX. Purchaaera will do well
to eall and eaamina balorenurchaiioe elaew'ier.
urhld dawl WM. COHEN.
n oiuea vjiuff, uv' wa uu ni, lOBacco,
bar cut amok'g tobacco, 1 00 do eut chewing do,
bai yellow bank do, !t oo snaniih imok'c do.
a Macabov man. 8 bbli Scotch do.
loweit market ratal for prompt ray i
600 htidi W. U. and cl'I'd augar. sug DDIs cl'f'd de,
9u0 bbli loaf.pow'd and eruilied lutfir.
1500 baga Rio coffee. 400 bar Lai ueyra coffee,
2(io pocaeti orown jeva coneo, ou doii Jamaica .In.
300 bbU N. O. molanei, 800 do city and La. a. H. da.
2W nm wuii tuy buuiji. o. ii. uiwii9caf
800 cheats n't green at.d black teai, 400 bit do do.
. nn 1 1 Kii. - - r I w . . '
oo n regalia cigara, w n prineipe mo,
60 M Havana do, 300 b oxei melee do,
200 boiei Cuba and Havana aisea do.
1000 pkga M. R. raliina, aooOdruma Eimeflje.
19U caraa auie eurrama, ou niiiiueiei,
60 caiki pruaei, 60 caiei do. in glaM,
100 bbli 8. 8. alrrrondl, 25 do H. Si do, 25 do filberts,
26 bbla Enilnh valnuti, 25 do cream nut a.
4000 kegi naili, 4 to 64, 500 do blued 2 and 3d nails,
BOO do icnce do o, B and lu. aou oo oraa oo, o, a and 10,
100 do inithlngdo,e,8 and 10, 100 dh wrought do, da,
73deapiJrei,4.to7iii. 10 bai lack, 4 ta 14 oa,
hoO beat cotton yarn. 200 do dosen do.
. 150 bavi while ca pet warp, 100 do col'd do,do,
400 bale l balliiig, loO do candle wick,
300 do wrapping twine, ou bbla mackerel, 1, J 3, aad
300 half bbli mackerel, Noa. l,2aad 3,
100 bbli roe herring!, 600 bsi sealed do,
50 cfca Enr. co-tfiiB. 60 do Grand lank de.
1200 bai eodilsh, 100 Ibi each, 90 bbli No. 1 talmon,
Kuu cana Dauimore vove grinii,
60caiei lardinea. wholea,half and quarters,
AO bbla reean nuta. 100 ban nea null.
1000 buiheli dried applea, 60(1 do dried peaches,
6K) bxs tallow candlri, 200 bia palm soap,
ou oxi uiean loap, zuu ao aiar canuiei,
30 bxi inarm candlea. AO do Caitile aoap,
300 bxi ihaving soap, 100 eki Betton aaloralua,
300 bxi itareh, 200 bbla W ilmingion lar,
100 bbli cider vinegar, WO kegi rifle powder,
3O0 kegi blaillnr powder. 100 caaaa can liter do,
2 million G. D. capa, 100 M feat aafcty Tuia,
200 baca pepper. 100 do aliptce. 10 cam cutmeci.
90 bbliclevei, 1500 njatliraina, 20 bbli gr'dfinfar.
3f3 oege rcw ginger, iw oi win, ,
60 eaniitera Biuitarii, 60 kft Engliih do,
300 bxa Underwood'a picklea, 3uUdo papperiauee,
100 bxa tomatoa catiup, 10 de Cayeniie pepper.
200 bxa aiiortrtl ground ipicei, BOOUoa had coidl,
ouu coin raanuia coruaga aiaotiaa
10 ou tux I
600 bxi win
100 bxi quart
CAPT. A. 8. ROBARDS, formerly of
the State of Kentucky, having taken
the Brady Home in the City of Haa nibal,
Mo., for a term of yean, would reaped-
fully lolicit a liberal ihare or Public patronage. He
would not make any extraordinary promim, but ha
wither ao to conduct the Home, as to make it deierve
the patronage which he hopci it will receive. Having
a general acquaintance through thia and tha adjoining
Slatei, he will take pleasure in communicating aucn
information lo travelers at thev may deiiiet Hannibal
being tha point of etnbarcatlon, for a large portion of
tna travel to ana iron ioo country ooraaring oa too
VT He will at all timet be prepared to accommodate
the travelera with boraei, carriages and Wagona, ad.,
aa meam of conveyance to any distant point.
April 7tb, IS52. mehtldtf
Dealer, Sheet-Iron Worker,
smith, and Tinner,
Kalw ilret, Tve Doure Harik ml VBrmely Hamae,'
Sella at Wholesale frices, STOVES ANO TIN.
WARE. I Invite particular attention to the PRIZE
PREMIUM COOK STOVE, which baa given univer
sal satisfaction to all mlo Have used it. 1 warrant all
aay Stoves for twelve m?ntb, and if any at the ptalea
break during that tia,e, Hurtjiih new ones Ires ot
As I design remaining permanently la this plaea,
tha public are safe in taking my gdaraateeforlho good
performance of the stoves kept by me.
All mv stoves are manufactured of MISSOURI
MOUNTAIN IRON, aid fur geodnesa of metal an 4
beauiy of casting, they excel auy ttovee made lo the
CP The man who mr utda Hollow. Ware far G. F.
Filly is considered Ihe host wsrkmaa la the United
Statee.aail tbia accounte for aur Hollow-Ware and
Stove Vessela being so much smoother and better Ahaa
any olhera ydU wuTflad in market, wbeUter made East
or vvesi. . .
I have conitantty on hand, a supply of TINWARE.
to which I particularly Invite the attention of tha
.mini.. . . it,. ... . t ,1 . . T a mwA ik.
cas, shall be such as to induaa them to eall oa me Bgala.
RfcAp THIS 1 The introduction of
Into Northe'rA MTsaouri, lo any extent, has been In tha
last thiee years y since which time they have been
gradually increasing the manufacture andaale of lhm
and although, owing o teir being light and smooth,
anJ something new, some little difficulty attended Ihe
aale and nee at first, yet ty always making Stoves and
Castings of the best ouklity of Scotch Pig and Miseouri
Mountain Iron, they nave prdyrl to Withstand Bra bet
ter than any other Casting made in the Western coun
try. The Furnace Castings and Hollow-Ware particu
larly, have been auperseded by it, wherever it baa beea
brought into use, and always given aatiafaction. Hav
ing lived here a number ef years, and being permanent
ly located here, purchasers can rely on our guarantee
as ia ine quality oi ina anuiea aoia oy us( ana as ia
the operation of our celeb' aled Prlie Premium Cook
move, just read ine ceruncaies oi toosa wno nave usee
them, and are using them uw. And another advan
tage a purchaser will have in buying a St. Louis stova
of us, he would not only begetting a stova uade of tka
beat material in the world, but he can at any time gat
an odd niece or plate without ary charge, by letting us
know that such is wsnted, as all our stoves are war
ranted, and, In case of imperfection, tba article wifl
oa promptly made good to ine porcnaier, wbicb db
will not find the case with Cincinnati, Chicago, Pitts
bflrgh,and Eastern made S TOVES, as you cannot gat
any odd Pieees. Even if Ihey ware warranted, ft
Flour! Flour! Flour!
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS coming to Hen
nibal with the intention of selling wheat and buy.
ing flour, would do well to call and aee ns before sell
ing or purchasing eliewhere. P.cmf mber tba big stone
Mill en mra, Between main and Third streets. Give
as a eall. A. 8. ROBAKDS Jr. SON.
rf N. B. Our Flour is said nowhere else but at the
Mill. Every sack and barrel is branded with our Bane
mehlldtf "A. 8. ROBARDS k SON."
Would be ImpoaiibU to gat odd plates frora such a dia-
We, the, undersigned, having used the It. Louie
Stoves manufactured by G. F. Filley.of St. Louis, and
aold by Carter W. Bryan, at Hannibal, Mo., taka
pleasure in recommending tVm to the public as su
perior in point of draft, durability, economy, convent,
enec and ease of regulation, Is any Store wbieh we
nave ever usea i
Cheapest and Beat Writing; Ink.
LT. BltlTTINGHAM . BRO. are now menu
e faeturing Black Writing Ink of a superior quali-
ty, which they sell vary cheap thirty cants a dosen
cones, er five cents a pint, ileal pens may be left
aundine ia Ibis ink any length of lime without aorro
P. S. At wholesale, they will aell it at 810 a bar
n rff POUNDS OF OLD COPPER Wanted
C,VVJW For which Iba highest price will be paid
in cam, at toe at, iuii utove more."
nchMdlf C. W. BUT AM.
Manilla cordage anoi led.
ix tewing twine, 3000 Ibi broom Iwiae,
rindow glasa. 7x9 to 10x14, ,.
uart flasks, 300 do pt do, 60 hf nt do, ,
300 bxs tumblers, es'd, 60 de glass decaliters,
800 bxs equal jars. 60 ceroons B. F. indigo,
5 catea Madras indigo, 1 do Manilla de. :
Siearqe Kate Kearney,
, ' wew Bt. Y aui, . -
Die Vbrnon, .
" . Dr. Franklin, Ne. S,
A' J.' McKee, . . .
FLANK. KUAU NUlllIK. .'I
4 XT EXT 8ATDRDAY WEEK, f April Mh.)a meetin
XI will ka held at Frank(br4 to eojtaider the subject
f eonlinuinc the Haanibai and New Loaeoa man
Road to Frank ford) to pen books for subscription,
e. A urge sxteaeaate n raqueeieaj. .
J UJ.jf mch dtd.w2t)
v iv,aiHa inula;.,, a v ..ibiii.ii
a M I . 1 .1 in .Ll- I
iu cimi crup niuuiri uv vn iiiin,
i M bbla copperas, ti do aeimatoae, I ck sulnhar,
90 bbls chop logwood, 60 bxa aatract de, .
100 caafca earb soda, 6 cka washing do. , , ..
10 bbls Epsom salts, 100 bxa black ink,
S cases white chalk. 15 bbls Whiting, v '
A bbls cutty, ia bladdere, S do caauihor, ' . i
60 kegs saltpetre, 1000 doa yeaet-powdere, .
i 15 catea aas'd playlr. cards, 300 Job brooms.
10 Dote lanaera' on, ou oaiaaia saiai vu, '
' 13 bbla linseed oil, 100 bxs chocolate, i .
.too bxs (Ira crackers, 60 mi bar lea),
600 bars drop shot, 100 de buck shot.
1000 roasas cap and lattor paper, 3000 de wrapping de,
iuu nana imm Darar. iw hii nmi vtihd. .
looo baga dairy salt, 1000 do 0. A. de,00 do L, B- de,
;ex aa a-noep aucaeta, sou oo a-noon oo,
100 daa half buakata,300 aests pH'd tubs, I a 8 aaaa
100 eoa aine wash boards, loo bxs 4bas plus, ,
, 25 doa wall-buckets, 300 bxs block aaalcUea. .
too bxa Roman matches, 100 bbla oakum, ' ' '
200 bbls butter and water araaksrs, ioo oo pitaa,
, ioo bbls rosin, loo oxs clay pipes, iuu oo siooe Oa,
2a caaea g!a'e Turk pipe-aaada, sa obis pai
200 demijohns, I to 5 gallons, 100 cks rice,
10 Bbls spin peas, HO bxs Briusa liutra,, i
100 bxs double refined salaeralua, , ,' -.o,
.,, 10 caaki sketch ale. 15 bbli Maaaa's blaaklni., ;
... .1 &U)9gMi- m,
300 bbls reeti&ed whuky, 60 de Bourbon do,
IW) Vela M'"rtttahela do, 15 de rye de,
25 caaea gla'd Turk
New Boot and Shoe Manufactory I
'inc. uiua.HsiiaiMt.u lease iota meiuoa av-nf
X of informing bis old customers, friends lul
aad the public generally, that I have agaia Vta
eommanead Ihe maaufactura of Beota and bnoeaol too
aery beat material. Paraona wishing articlea in my
line will ao well to give me a call, oeioro purchasing
laawhara. aa mv stock la wall eellectod. eomOrislnc
tha best article of French and American calfskins,
ditto kip, ditto upper, all of which I will make to
order at tha shortest notice. .
tf Shop oa Hill street, a raw doors east or Blmei
Store. RICHARD F1TZPATRICK.
P. 8. I will keep coniiiatly oa hand an assortment
of fine calf boots, kio boots i also, eearaa Boats' nd
shoes, which I will' warrant to be of the very beat
ouality. rmchlO-dlmwirj H. F
a w T i a ii Ka
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
B m m t Q I If
SL E L 1- J
John I. Ellat,
George C. Foster,
ur. L. I Hrltlinrhan'.
Charles W. Mills,
1 homes Coverdal),
w. f Kerchaval.
H. P. Oreaory,
A. M. Hawkins,
T. II. Selmes,
John B. Cbesley.
T. R. Bpencer,
Cioo. A. 8hortridga,
3. C. bgdeh,
D- W. White,
Vt. N. Nelson,
E. K. Bryan.
W. R. Davis
J. C. HenrJersea,
John B. Lewie,
1 F. Franklin.
StfAa P I. Iiiina
Peraona wishing to buy stoves, should give aj e'eait,
and examine aur new patterns of
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HANNIBAL AND 8T. JOSEPH RAILROAD.
OEALED PROPOSALS will be received at Ihe office
Ihe nderaixned in the city of Hannibal. MisaOBV
rt. until the Twentieth day of April, for tha cradua-
lion, masonry, and briilrina? of twentT-flve anilaa of i lfmeiia.
Mid road, exteeding Weet from Hannibal. ' Propoal- to Ihe number than any other stove aver bronefit to thia
Having secured the egeney of there for this ally. This
stove poise aaes advantagee over tomrnon stoves, In
thicknaaa of the plate, and itr.piovrments in tha draft.
It la given tip by all itovc dealer id manufacturers,
to be tba beat pattern lor a detueidlng flue, of auy
atove now mada Eaat er Waal.
Thia at are waa (talented fW ember. It 52, and
wherever they have been used, bats given gtnarat sat-
Thia stova weighs soma loitv pounaa mora
) bbls paarl hal'yJ
tiona will alto be received at our otfiea in the city of
it, joaepn, Missouri, unui ma lenia aay or way, let
tho graduation, maaonry and bridging of twaoty-rlva
oilee additiooel axtaadinf eaat Crooa bt. Joseph. The
remainder or Ihe line, extending a distance of over eee
hundred aad fifty aailaa will be placed ander contract aa
the same cm be meparajr by the engibeere.
Thia line embraces some very heavy exeaveiioaa aad
embankmenta aad aavaral Urge bridge. "
Plana, proAlea and apociflcatkoBa will be ready at each
plaee one week previous to the letting. - .
' r. " ' 9Vtf. LEARN EB, ,
. .fi a. A Centractori tfTabd 1L. J. B. R.
HaniubaVMe Merck 14, 1 So, saehl eW2oJ
city. The elates In them are from one half to three
. . . . . . . I . - , .
lourtna oi an men in inicanna. no. a wiguucs
IOO pounds.'' Wo warrant them alt against Ural. Theie
staves have a Patent Hot Air Flue which carries the i
beat tUat ia generated under tha ttia-plate down tha
front part of the stove, between two thick plates to the .,
draft at the bottom- of the atove, tlvrehy adding great
beat to bake wi.k on the bottom, td remedy ilig the
which haa always been a fault wtib atovea ef ada- ,
seeadlng flue, heretofore. The Charter Oak baa one
foe aad oae plate more than any Air-Tight stove vet
invented. They will cook with one-talf the fuel
wbicb one of tha erclaaery eaaaei wit, toft
M eaaaaay.tva) faere. mlftrtsa
(.F fll 'T-U l e