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TO TUB PROPERTY HOLDERS OF
! a :.. f ilia Huaril nf ElirertOTa of the
Haanibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company,
convened in thii city on the 25th inst., it was
tLsmlwsi. Tlsat tfea Bafteaar ta-Chiaf, la addlttoa to tlx
nowarabWy aaaferraa aa aim by a raaolattoa of tab Board,
ba sad a at karaby lastraoud to tansa a fall aad eonpiett
axasalaattoa af Iba roatea through Oolllar ttratC aad alan aa?
ol4 mmm Ibat tm bd 'edgtaeat Bay ba deaaaal adrtaahla for
.i. r in naiuuaa V POT. am cv bhiw h w
.mi af ika awl af Ibw aasaral roataa, tofataer with taatr
raleUs worklst aad proapaouta valoa to tba interest of aud
.Z7taa H.htof was foraaid Rnad oaa bobtaiad apoa I be
ataral roataa, aad alia to nostra oropoaiuona iron iaoa
kunw tkMraMU. atma what terms tha aeeasaan annual
. . . ,1 . L . i i k. . kj 4 . . :
kGf ava4 aaa aa oDiaioaa apoa io """'vr1
Brit, aad aroa sack other plaoee ia or adjacent to to oil; lim
its, for aaoh atbar amount af laad u ba may deam aeotatary
jar ifaa aaa of tba Company for tba aacamar buildings, and
tbat ba ba raqalred to report at the Mit masting of the Hoard,
aad all powan soa tarred oa aomaittaos aeretol ore appointed ia
raNnaos to co'tinf tba right of war through tba eiiy of Han-
BlbaL aad getting laad for dapnta aad otoar Bondings,
fujtac tba wanu at tba Company, ba and la hereby repealed.
Propoaitiona tor the tale of lands to the Han
mibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company, f or
site Tor Depot, &.O., in the city of Hannibal, in
accordance with the above resolution, are invited
from the property holders, and will be received
at the office of the undersigned, on or before the
first Monday in September next.
The quantity of. ground necessary for the use
of the company for the terminus, will be not less
i r.n fif acre: on or near the river, and ten ad
ditional acres, lying in a body on or near the
line of Road, a distance not exceeding two miles
from the river.
Propositions should be sealed, and endorsed
Prar.oal for sale of cround for Depot," and
contain an accurate description of the ground,
its locality, quantity, &.c, with reference made
to a plat of Uie city.
P J AMES M.BUCKLIN,
Clif. Entrr. II. & St. J. R. R.
Hannibal, July 29th, 1853. 1&wtd.
City papers copy, and send bill to Railroad
Tb P.wr. Major Bncklin requests a to aUU that pre
xmltioaa fnua property h-ddera wiil ba reooirod for any
amout, froaa ova aoraa down. Fite acta, waa camrd aa tba j joJu
READ Til ISM
THE INTRODUCTION OF
FIL LEY'S STOVES
Into Northern Missouri, to any extent, has been
in the last three years ; since which time they
have been gradually increasing the manufacture
and sale of them ; and although, owing to their
being light and smooth, and something new.
some liltlc difficulty attended the snlo and use
at hrst, yet by always making Moves ami Cas
tings of the best quality of Scotch Pig and Mis
souri Mountain iron, they liuvc proved to
withstand fire better than any oilier Castiiio-
made in tho western country. The f urr.acc
castings and hollow-waro particularly, have
been superseded by it, wherever it I. as been
brought into use, and always given satisfaction.
Having lived here a Mimher of years, and be
ing permanently located here, purrhascrs can
rely on our guarantee as to the quality of the
article sold by us ; ami as to the operation of
our celebrated Prize-Premium Cook Stove, just
read the certificates of those who have used
them, and are using them now. And another
advantage a purchaser will have in buying a
St. Louis stove of us, he would not only be
gelling a stove made of the best material in the
world, but lie can ai any lime gn an odd piece
or plate without any charge, by letting us know
that such is wanted, assail our stoves nre war
ranted, and, in case of imperfection, the article
will be promptly made good to the purchaser,
which he will not find the case with Cincinnati,
Chict go, Pittsburgh, and Eastern made Stoves,
as vou cannot eel any odd Pieces. Even if
they were warruiitcd, it would be impossible to
get odd plates irom sucu a uisiance.
We, the undersigned, having used tho St.
Louis Stoves manufactured by tj. p. Vilify, of
St. Louis, and ld by CARTER W. BRYAN,
at Hannibal, Mo., take pleasure in recommend
ing them to the public as superior in point of
draft, durability, economy, convenience and
ease of regulation, to any xtove which we have
FIELD'S SCRAP BOOK New Edition.
Literary and Miscellaneous Scrap Hook.
CONSISTING of Tales and Anocdotea Biograi-h.
ical, Historical, Patriotic, Moral, Religious, and
Sentimmtal Pieces, in Proe and Poetr. Compiled
oj miiiain r Kins, becond edition, revised ami un
proved. The Footpath and Highway; or,
WANPF.RIMJS of an American in Oieat Butain.
in 1H51 and 'hi. By Kenjainin Morgan. Tln
voltime embodies tlie observations ol the author, tradr
during eight monllis wandering, as a correspondent
for American Journals t and a ha traveled union on
loot, differs essentially from those on the name coun
tries, oy oilier writers.
Now Themes for the Protestant Clergy;
("MvKK.DS without Charily, Theology without Hu
J rnanitv.and ProtestaniVnn without Christianity I
wi'h Notes by the K.ditor on the I.iteiature of Ct aMtv,
Population, Pauperism, Political Kconniny, and Pro
testantism. The treat question w hu h the boon lis
cusses is, whether Ilia t'huuh of this nr.e is what the
primitive Church was, and wliellier Christians both
pastors and people at doinc their duly. Our author
believes not, and, to our mind, lie lias made out a sluing
case. He thiuka there is abundant room lor reform at
the present lime, and that it is needed almost as much
as in the days of l.uther.
For tale at the NEW BOOK STORE. jj TJ.ltf
anaoaat ot land that aould ba reqnirad for a depot, aad It er
lately eaa aaka aa duTeranos with Mnjor Bueklla or the
Board of Dlraetors, whethar propoaitiona for tba aala of aay
George C. Foster,
Dr. L. T.RrittitiRliam,
Charles W. Mills,
firs acres noma from ona mao or aaoaea m-n, ,... j - . , INlerlrli
Iha oriart ia to arcerUIn wbera and at waat - , J . - , .
.i. nrnnd enoaeh for a denut eaa ba obtained. A numbar
uf paraoni night o mbioa to make ap tbe amoant raqiiiredi or
they ta acrattlT, or any ona that ehooaea, may eaad in
propntilioaa to aril indefinitaly anall amount.
Plttl'ARfl) H.ifer'a Taaoi, aa eie-Ueat articla fur aora
aad tender aipnlea. for aala at the Drug Store t
Jala M. lStUSoi U. X. ANPKRSOS.
CHKAP WHOLESALE AND KkTAll.
BOOK AND STATIONERY" HOUSE,
Cummerctal Row, Hannibal, Mo.
To Conniry Srrrhants and Dralrn Ccuirally.
D. K. GAIIMAX,
WOULD invite all purchasers of llooks, to
call and examine his Stock, which is as large
and complete as any in the Western Coun
try. He keeps constantly on hand, in
largo quantities, School Cooks, of every
kind now in use Also a full stock of Mis
cellaneous and Medical Books, Stationery,
Paper, Blank Books, Quills, Ink, Pens,
Slates, &e. Together with a fine assort
ment of Elegant Fancy Stationery, such
as has never before been offered in the
All of which will be sold very low.
D. K. CARMAN,
Wholesale Bookseller and Stationer,
Commercial Row, Hannibal, Mo.
Hannibal, July 19, lSo3:-dGm
Just received, a superior Lot of
Cured Hams. For sale low bv
jyl5d&w2w T. R. SELMKS,
V. F. Kercheval,
W. L. Lney,
J. B. Hayden,
H. P. Grepory.
A. M. Hawkins,
tVm. 11. ilouck,
Wm. G reeves,
M. M. Barron,
BOUGHT BEFOliE THE RISE.
THE LARGEST and the rreatest assortment
of roods ever bronchi to Hannibal, just now
received, and will be sold, certain. The sub
scriber would particularly call the attention of
his woholesale customers to this fact, and all
persona couaing to Hannibal to purchase goods
will find it rreatly to tneir avaniaje to enn on
apr22-d-tf . T. R. SELMES.
Important to Housekeepers'!
mlTK afcaaa aalanralad aoan la aa artioU which aaara famU,
i aoHt, awaKrrr.aoanrtaa kotrs, le., will fiod apreaomr
fWI trtal, aa aa tha vary thia( rsqairad foraogoony andaavinc
las. Baua ism otatass aaa ba waahad ia aaa-foarth tha tiaaa.
3d. Tan raqairaaa sabhiag or poandiag, tharaby aaaiag
hta, aad tha bijarioaa eSoota at tha aid aaathod.
Id. It hlaaehaa aad taaaaa thaaa fmnlj arhlta, aad for ool
and atotas it ii aaaarptMad, aa it aoa ao artnet tha dya.
hat aaa a aaadianj M art Um eolor. ITor waahiag faint aad
saladuaa at aaaaat aa aaaaiiaa.
T. R. Seltncs.
T. R. Spencer,
Geo. A. Shorlriilge,
J. C. Oirden,
D. W. White,
Dr. N. Nelson,
B. K. Brvan.
John L. Jllathcws
W. R. Davis,
J. C. Henderson.
John B. Lewis,
E. C S pence,
A. J. Piokerton,
John B. Helms.
H. & T. A.
D. C. F. Clayt-in,
NEW COOK STOVES!!
Persons wishing to buy stoves, should give
us a call, and examine our new paltwru of
AY L A vu.
lia.v.vnitii iias. i apron-.tiii
JAKES THOMPSON, a JOHH A. LENNON,
tha Lima Han, Merchant Taylor,
IT At E associated themselves toreiber for Ilia
A A iirpo of earryint; on the TAILORING BUSI
NFS in all its. various branches.
On .Main street, ona loor north of the Brady Houe,
ami nest door to t W. Bryan's Stove Store.
They liave aiu! will keep, the best of Journeymen all
the tnn, and will I.xecule Work as l.xpeilnuiiily
at neatly and as lasnionnblv as tliey know how.
We will not sav we wilt beat tha man that makes the
factious, but will say they will keep as new the pic
tinea as possible.
Mr. I-ennon has the larcest, best and cheapest atock
of Cloths, Casninerei, Ve.tings, Trimmings and Sum
mer Goods, that Hannibal ever had tha good luck to
have in it.
U"Gie us a call pentlrinen, you are bound to be
suited in my kind, nr q'.ality ol Gouils.
Hannibal, April '.'x, IMM.-ilviin
. v. pittmsn. wm. h. una
P1TTMAN & BROTIIEK,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY-GOODS,
No 97, Wain St., SI. I.Ot'lS. Ml).
June 9, 1S53. (jlv)
"i iovf M ad fiiis f
TK the undersigned, having used Giles F. Filley's
Cook me Stove, Manufactured by Killey uf St. I.ouis,
and sold by
C. W. B K Y A N ,
Of Hannibal, Mo.,
Take jileaure in recommending them to the public as
superior in point of di aft, economy of fuel, convenience
and ease ol regulation, lo any Air-Tight Cook Stova
which we have ever seen itsetl.
Lime fcr Sale!
1 have limp for sale, of n
Fine White Quality,
And will sell it
Very t'iicap for Cah,
At tho lime kiln formerly occupied by Pat
rick J. Wills Hill street, Hannibal, Mo.
myl iT3J3m JOHN O. CKRllY.
JOHN S. THOMSON,
Kos. 30 and 32 Second street, near Post Oftc
1853. St Louis, Mo. 1853.
HAS (n store ami i In receipt ot the following dei.
lable stock of Oeceries, w hich ia olfersed at the
lowest market rates for prompt ray :
bin) ninls is. i. ami rl'i M sugar, 3()0 bl.ls rlT'J da,
loon pliirs M. R. raisins, 3000 drums Klma figs.
60 casks Zaule cnrants, fto fiaila dates,
5" caks piune, hd cases do, in glass,
100 bbla S 8 almonils, dn H. S. do,2i do,
3 bhls English valnuts. 2D ,0 cream nuts,
4A) kep nails. 4 to Od.WH) do blud 2 and 31 nails.
7i0do tenredoti.Kan.t 10. 350do brad do, 6, S and 10
100 do hishingdo,6.8ai.d 10, 100 do wrought do.
75 do spikes.4 to 7 in. 1M) bxa tacks, 4 to 14 ot da,
.MJO bap? cotton yarn, 200 do ilnten do,
M) bags white ca pet warp, 100 do eol'd do
4fXI bales bailing, 1iH)do eanrtla wick, '
300 do wiappmg twine. B'M bbla rsackn-el, 1 J3 and
:0O half bhls mackerel, Nos. I. 2 and 3,
1( 0 bkls loe lieninii, 6;HJ xs sealed do,
.'0 ckl Eng. co lfi-h. 50 do (iranil Bti k in,
1200 bxsco.l.i.-h, 100 lbs each, 30 bbls No. Halms-:
Butt cara Ualtimoie Cove oysters,
Ml cases aaidiues. wholes, hall and quarters
50 bbls pecan nuts, UNI hugs pea I 'lis,
liPMt bushels dried apples. S0O ilo driud peaches,
fio bxs tallow camlles, joy txt palm soap,
50 bxi Clean soap. 200 do star candles,
30 bxs ipeiin cat dies, fiO do Castile soap,
300 bxs tlisving soap, 1 K) cfcs Bo'tou snlaratin,
3i '0 bxs starch, Vim bhls Wilmington lar,
15 blls linseed oil, 100 bxsckoeolate
5ik1 bxs fiia crarkeia, 50 keg bar lead,
500 bags diop shot. 100 do buck shot,
loon reams cap anil letter paper, 3000 do wrapping do,
UK) reams tea paper. 100 bxs lemon svrup,
10cO bags dairy talt.lOOOdoO. A. rlo.OOJilo L. B'do
690 dot 2 hoop buckets, 200 do 3 hoop do,
100 dot hall buckets, 3tK)urstsp't'd tubs, 3 Jt It each,
KHI dot line wash boards, 150 bxs clothes pins,
?5doz well-buckets, 300 bxs hlork matches,
2ih) bxs Roman matches, 100 bbls oakum,
200 bbls butter and water cisckers, 100 do pitch,
100 bbl? rosin, '2M bxs rlay pipes. 00 do stone do,
25 casesg!x'd Turk pipe-heads. . bbls pearl barl'y,
200 demijohns, I to 5 gallons, HKJ cks rice,
10 bbls aplit pess, 2'J bxs Uritish lustre,
100 bxs double refined salaeralus,
10 caka Scotch a'e, 5 bbli Mason's blacking
200 hall bbls city and La. S. H. molasses,
NK) cheats h'l green and black teas, 400 bxs do do.
loo pks golden a) nip, 5tM' bxs Va. and Mo. tobacr
3i0 bxs cut smok'g tohacco, 100 do CMt chewing do
100 bxs yellow bank do, S3 a a MpanHisniok'gdo,
100 jars Macaboy snuff. 4 bbls Scotch do,
50 M regalia cigars, Uo Mprincipedo,
50 M Havana do, 300 b oxes melee do,
200 boxes 'Cubaand Il.nana sixes do.
100 bbls cider vinegar, 300 kegs rifle powder,
3ti0 kega blasting powder, I0O cases cauister do,
2 inilhon G. D. caps, 100 M feet tatotyluse,
200 bacs pepper, UK) do alspice. 10 cases'rutmegi.
iun cintes, i jioi uinus cassia, onis gr'O giugai,
.'5 bags race ginger. Iii bxs mustard,
50 canMers musiard, 50 keg English do,
300 bxa Underwood's pickles, 300 do peppersauce,
100 bxs tomatoe catsup, 10 do Cayeni.e pepper,
3i0 bxs a.-soileil candy, 10 do rock do,
210 hxsassnited ground spices, 500 a oi bed eoiii,
Mil roils Manilla conlage assor'ed,
10 bis tlax sewing twine. 3000 lbs biaom twine,
10 caaks crop madder, 50 bhls alum,
50 bbls copperas. 2-5 do brimstone, 1 cfc sulphur,
IN bbls chop logwood, 50 bxs extract do,
lt0 casks carb o U, 5 cks washing do,
10 bbls Epsom aalts, KHI bxs black ink,
2 eases w hite chalk, 25 bbls whiting.
5 bbls putty, in bladdiua, 3 do camphor.
The Cabin and Tarlor ;
Or, Slaves and Masters ; complete in one Duodecimo
volume ol d.Jt pages, Dy .1. llioniton Kaintulpli
50 kegs allpetre, 1000 dot yeast-powders,
15 cases ass'd' play ing cards, 300 dot brooms.
10 bbls tanners' oil, 50 baskets salad Oil,
Sim) pockets brown Java colfee, 50 bbls Jamaica,
300 bhls N. ). molasses, tooodor . . nd La. S. H.
21 KJ bbls loaf, pow'd aiiilcrushed .- g .',
1 jOO bags Kio cwll'ee, 400 bags Lajniuyra COtfee,
300 bbls rectified whisky, 50 do Bourbon do,
100 bbls Mouongnhela lo, 15 do rye do,
100 bbls Am. biandy, 10 do do gin,
100 bxs quart llasks, 3uo do pt do, 50 hf pt do,
300 bxs tumblers, ass'd, 50 do glass decanters,
SOO bxs squat jars, 50 ceiouns S. F. indigo,
5 cases Madias indigo, 1 do Manilla do,
600 bxs window glass, 7x9 to 10x14,
-t I,- WV - '
The Christian Observer speaking of this woik says strict attention to cleanliness
it is "Replete with incidents of thiilling interest. I , . , , , . .
Well conceived, ably narrated, and contains scenes of, 1,e CUtS and dresses liair in
Havinsr secureH the agency of them fortius city.
This stove possesses advantages over common New Sf ioiilific Books.
stoves, in thickness of the plate, and improve- rpRANTWlXE ON RAILROAD CURVES. The
manta in draft. It is piven un bv all stove I X Field Practice of laving out Ciicular Curves.
HMm .nJ m.....r..4..r?. ta rsa tha lr nut -! ELLKT ON THE MISSISSIPPI AXD OHIO RIV
I) ESPfXTKULLY ofTers his services to tha
V public. He keeps the best quality of rarors,
nm! keeps them sharp. He willaiway :y
a style thrt
great dramatic power." never lads to please Ins customers. As a
one of the most interesting books we have ever knight of tlie scissors ami razor he vieldi to
'ead. A thousand times inore truthful than '"Uncle I n -i i n- i
Tum. Ti.,r. ts-oi he a ...liversai mo. iQr u."i ai. ' "one in Hannibal. His charjTesnro reasona-
laula (Ga.) Reputdican.
'Ihis ijusl Hie w ork for the limes. The incidents
are so thrilling that the leader's attention is fixed alter
the perusal ol the In si sentence." .Mdilhoro' (Md.)
Eur sale al the New Bjok Store, bv
jyllwtf D. It. G ARM AX.
of any stove now
ERS; the Practicability ot Improving the Navi
gation. , street
RELIGION AND GEOLOGY, by Prof. Hitchcock;
a new work ol thrilling m'eiest
It hi snnaBSai aot as tajara aa eJotaaa la aav way.
Tilaaatwaas aaaaao Sam peaada aao. Pull diraaUoas
ea aaak koc tm taa aaa af it.
Ta bam aaa aa bad aStaaksosa T J oaa Davis, who ia
sola tar Marioa sonatr, aa Fiftk atrast, swat Wat.
OrMaa Bans Prss. at of CicU t LodLtroodj OB Nais. wear
Sill stmt, taugW)
tern for a desceruling flue
made Last or V et.
This stove waa mitented Seut ember. 1852
and wherever they have been used, have given fj"?8.?..1 i',.:V,K.t.,:R:..
neralwlisfaction. This stove weigh, some aiVo TRAVELS IX EG VPT AXD P
forty pourxls more toine nlitnoeruiansny oilier
stove ever brought to this city. The plates in
them ara from one-half to three-fourths of an
bly low. As lie intends to continue filling
up and improving bis establishment, as fast
a his means will allow, he hopes to have
ihe patronage of the citizens of Hannibal
whoso well known chief characteristic
of enerjrv, lends thorn to desire to see
everything tn the progressive march.
Recollect it is the shop nearest to llick-
man's Stove Store. It is on ihe west side
of Main street, two doors north of Bird
a new woik by J. Thompson, M. D.
Kor sale at the uew Book Siore in Commercial Row.
july lid.t D.K.GARMAN.
inch in thickness. No. I weighs over 200 - cheapest and Best Writing Ink.
pounds. We warrant them all against tires.-.- T- bKlTTINGHAM k. PRO. are now msnu
These stoves have a Patent Hot Air Flue, which -Lie facturmg Black VVriling Ink of a superior quali
carries tha htatthat is generated under the fire- ty, wUica they sell very cheap thirty cents a dosen
plate down the front part of the stove, between r 6y c"'h VrX' Z,!?, rBri
; .... , " . . . J t -standing ia llus mk any length ot Umo without cono-
two thick plates to the draft at the bottom of i b
the stove. C. W. BRYAN, j p. s. At wholesale, tb-y w ill sell it at 5K a bar-
July 16, l?53-(d6in) iiel. lmch-23 d-tl
Flour! Flour! Flour!
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS coming to Raa -tubal
with the intention of telling wheat and buy
ing dour, would do well to call and sea us before sell
ing or purchasing t-Uew here. Remember the bif stont
Mill en Bird, between Main and Third streets. Giva
us a call. A. 8. RO BARDS &. SON.
LI N. B. Our Flour is sold nowhere else but at tba
Mill. Every sack and barrel is branded with our nana
on it :
piiyltt "A. S. ROBARD? k SON."