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Uta Bt. Jeias.1, tnriw,
T 'altfrl ?tf SiMlxvaat
Wc Lave rt-eicveda mn7 ."letter tvtAirrg
Inquiry of tV facility ohtainir, t tbi
lioe !.'. iirr.-ntrj-sriidM f jr outfit to Ore
gon and tUlifnU )y thee Utter, an4 the
ismiMi(r:ilin irJ:'?tl by Ike newspaper
Jhronu'tiont ce-aiary, we are ardato form an
opimt lint there will ba large emigration from
tlii. W.ni nest spring. A number of rn-reon..
with tliolr trains, bv alreivdy arrived her,
from the tutc of Iowa ni Illinois, intending
to await ot Uu point the season for cmiimtuon,
In reply (o the many letters which are add res t-
fil te,u, we will send thi paper, which will
a!.Of"i'in priree current r i article rie
ressnry for ei-iiprrnnls, which we hope wil! triTe
atUkctury rrpiy and oeful information to the
person wlio enquire.
This rilv has Leca selected, by the emigrant,
lor iiiJ luuryear, am me main ana nest Stan-
inejHiiiif, far several reasons, which' were to
theia of importance, and which should deter
mine the coming emigration. Those coming
from the State of Iowa, Illinois and Indiana,
with their wagon, will find a good road from!
ILuuiib&l, on the Mississippi, to this place, a
distance of ISO miles, and after - reaching here
they will be 80 mile further on their route,
ths.r. iht-jr tvculd be si tcy other point. While
parson coming up the Mitsouri river, can
mull this place front St. Louis at the same cost,
t?it hrr ran cither Indrndncf or Kansas.
having thereby Ihe advantage of 100 mile of
stenmimat navigation, ' " ;
A raovt important consideration ia selecting
thl pJaccis t!us: " The read leading from thif.
placti, iu'erseef. "lie road from Independence, i n
tb a prairie, 125 mile from here, while it is two
js"'mf n axd rivs mii.es from Independence,
nv.fcrrt.r ditTureece of ttentr in favor of the
. ... fcratcirwi St. Joseph.:-' B-aWes this the road
from' Sr.' Joseph is overa high and hard prairie,
with, but ono ftrcam of any importance to be
creased, and which may be ai oided, while the
Kansas River, which is. much dreaded bv erai
grants and traders, in the spring is much swollen;
and the npidity of the current, render the
. and dangerous. In the snrintr
of 1812 Col. Fremont, in crossing this stream
lost a great part of his provisions, and had en
dangered the lives of several of his men. In
adopting the roate on the south side ' of the
river, from Independence or Kansas, the emi
grant encounter some of the greatest difficul
ties of the trip, within two hundred miles of
Independence, and before his stock is well
trained to the wacron. Tiiis road lies along the
soui ii iiueoc me Kansas river, over a country
brok en and hilly, crossed by numerous small
streams', which, at that season are generally full.
All of which obstacles are avoided by the route
Irora bt. Joseph. Col. I remont in his second
report, Uius speak of the country ou this side
of the river. "We continued onr route along
the southern side of the Kansas, where we
round the country much more broken than on
tins northern side of the river, and where our
progress was much dclaved by the numerous
IlPi'u streams, which obliged us to make fre
quent bridges." The testimony of emigrants
and all others acquainted with the routes, is
that there is from six to eight day difference
- -between therm and in .favor of th St. -Joaenh
route, with much lessdaneeir and difficulty.
The fact that the main emigrant of the last
lour year nave started Erom this place, will be
much to the advantage of the coining one. It
Jiaj directed the attentian of dealer in stock,
mules,oxcn, &c.,tothi place as tho market,
which will, as in previous years, afford a full
uf ply,, at prices regulated by the great com
petition, which the enormous amount of stock
Drought here for sale creates. The number of
mules and oxen broken, and ready for the har
ness and yoke,, immediately in this country is
great; the former einijjrations have lead the
. tarmers to turn their attention to this kind of
stock. ' - - - -
This city is now the second in the state.
The numerous mill, stores, drug-stores, cloth
ing stores, wagon-makers, blacksmith and gun
ratlui, lecuanics of all kind, can furnish
IJourJ clothes, groceries, wagons; guns, medi
cines, and everything else necessary for tho
trip across the plains; and the public houses of
the city can give ample and good accommoda
tions to the emigrant while they remain here.
All articles for locomotion, clothing, and per
sonal protection and health, can be obtained at
any notice, and upon as good terms as they can
be purchased anywhere in tho country. It is
true, that many emigrants who purchased ar
ticles for the plains, last year at St. Louis, found
that they could be had, at this place for fwtniy
pir cent, less money. , Many of our merchants
have been largely engaged in the California and
Oregon trade, and have now on hand, large
stocks suited to that service. Bacon and any
other provision can be had either from the
merchants or the packers.
llie country about tins city, is well cleared
out, and it atlord abundance of grain and pa,
ture for citlle while here, and amone- the farm
er many emigrants can be accommodated, with
I I: o . .
The size, and importance ot this city as
place of busineii, necessarily suggests to the
emigrant the fact, that all hi supplies can be
more readily hud here. It has fitted out almost
entirely the great emigration of the three last
year. Its geographical locality, beinz the fron
4ier town, points it out as the place for leaving
the river. And the fact that the late emigra
tions, have passed by the old starting points, and
seieciea mis place together with the testimony
of all persons who have tried both, upon which
testimony, the late emigrations have doubtless
acted, should readily determine the coming erai
pratua upon adopting th: city, a the place of
laaving the river, and of entering upon the
. 1 tie prices current ha been reviewed by
gentlemen well acquainted with the price and
aici infui cuy. Ana uiey pertiaps may be relied
upon a not being varied much by next springs
trade, as the supply and demand will be about
"Horses, $40 to 60; Mules, fifteen hand from
(?.rl- t)7! IDIsII jIm. t'nm V J' n,-..
from StJ to 50 per yoke. Small wnirons. auili.
tie for crossing the plains, from 60 to 75; and
a wery Urge number in market. Flour $2,50
fer nunared in sacks. Bacon, none cured yet,
ul large quantities in the country. Hard bread
70, per hundred lb, in sack. Dried fruit i
carce and high, with little in market. Suuar
i'" mi. io, iiee, rrom iu to izo.per lb.
Molases, per gal. from 40 to 60cU; Pepper 20
cts. per lb; Allspce the, same; Saleratus,8 to
lQuU; Rice, per lb, 7cts; Cheere, from 10 to 12
cts. per lb; Potatons . ner bunhet
cU( Onionp. pr bushel, from 60 to G(kU; Corn
I I. . I Oft A - lt . . . t "
per bushel, from 25 to 30cts; Oat, the
At-anuua ropa, irom jj 10 iott. n
m . , I . I K . . m .
rowuer, ii, guua, piai'jis,. ote. cto., a very
Urge assortment iu tbe pUc, and will be sold
cheap. ; .
"JOURNAL AND UNIONHANOTBAU MOFEBRUARY
J'rora e M. Lo Tim.
Clawtjf 1 UliMiitl. .
31 art as. EtxToes: In alluding to aro
i;v iron tn ri.ei pi mine tome time sine,
the lVairi Herald, you say I tut myself
"te greit pain, nl yet without sucee, to slear
the skirt of the constitutional churoh ef Tras
hy te nana from the in of slavery,
nis is wnm mo rabid Abolitionist of tue
north have charged upon me. Ono of them
close a long article in relation to my Herald
coramunieation'thus: "In view of the ' avowed
policy of keeping back part of the truth, and
maintaining silence in case wnen to speak me
truth is unpopular, we are forced to conclude ,at
'lutub Uog' is the proper rendering of the ca
balistic characters, D. D, attached to the names
of men like Vr. JJuIIard.
"re ""' wi iy anicie would explain
Itself, and show, to any fair minded man that it
wae an part of my desurn. as I hava il in th.
Herald, to commend or censure any denomina
tion on account ot slavery, butsimr.lv to con
vict a notorious' Abolitionist of asicrtmrr false
hoods He bud said in a public meeting, mani
festly with a view to injure t lie American
Home Missionary Society, that all the churches
aided by aid Society in the slaVe States con
tained slaveholders, end that the society formed
more churches in the save States than in the
free Sutes., When a Secretary of that Society
contradicted both assertions, he ask in God's
name, Alien, wny did ymi not tell us this tef..rr
The first part of my article to the Prairie Her
ald relers only to those falsehood and those of
like character, and not to the guilt or sin of sin-
If you have room in your columns,' I
ask yod to publish the' whole article, and
I have written since en the same sub ie
nave already sent to Chicago for some ultra Ab
ouuonist who see trong pro-slavery senti
ments in what I have written, to come to St.
Louis and satisfy the good people here that I
am indeed pro-slaverv. .1 wish. now. vou would
furnish me some competent pro-slavery men to
gu norm ana convince my mends there, that 1
am a genuine Abolitionist.
II this work cannot be done, and I must still
be held and denounced at the north as a nro-sla-
very "dumb dog," and at the aouth a an ultra
Abolitionist, I shall only be left the consolation
of knowing thai then is no low lost between us.
lather party likes me as well as I do them. I
abominate both extremes, and desire no fellow
ship with either. - A. BULLARD.
' ' From fartain's Maguiae,
Short Dramas in two Sceaei.
scene first. luunonaire seated in ins easy
chair. , Bv him stands a poor man in a suppli
cating aiuiuae. . ,
Million a lac. ''Ahem! Very sorry, my
vouncr friend, that I can do nothinor for vou.
But 1 can give you a word of good advice,
' Poor Man. " But when a man ha
to" . . '
. Millios AiBE. "Nonsense! Under certain
circumstance man must know how to save,
,kwod .Th Millinnitiiw drnwoino in
pond, the poor ' man calmly regarding him
from the shore.
Poon Mas. " Sorry, my friend, that I can
do nothing for you. But I can give you a word
ot advice. swim:
Millionaire (choking) "Bub-bub-but wh-
when a m-man can't swim!"
Poor , Maw. '"Nonsense! Under certain
circumstances a man must know how to swim!"
acme rtrsr. a young uem aiscovered sur
rounded by his friends, who are jesting with
hiin regarding his attentions to a certain
Yooo Geht. "Boys, I'll just tell you how
it is. You see, I care nothing for the girl:
it s tne old man's pocket-book that I'm after."
Cuoacs or Fbie.tds, "Ha! ha! ha!"
Scene .Second. A parlour. Time, II r. u,
Young ' lady seated. Young gent rising to
depart. Hesitates, a u basmui, and then
"Miss Matilda, excuse me, but you must be
aware that my frequent visits my attentions
cannoinave been wiuiout an object"
Yovna Lady. "Ah, yes,; so I've heard, and
shall only be too happy to grant what you desire.
( Takes from the table a aaoer varcel and. un fnhl.
mguaipiays a targe ow-jasitonea ana emptt
morocco pockti-book. Jms, I have been inform
ed, is that object. Permit me to present it. and
congratulate you that you will in future have no
turiner oocasion to renew ttitse visits and at
tentions." . , , . .
Yovao Gear swoon. .
OrricK. Januarv 7. 1PJ'2
Sia I have the honor to inform you, that the
Postmatcr General has ordered three additional
trips in two-horse coaches 4 month in . each
year, viz; November, December, January and
February on route No. 4834, St. Charle to
Palmyra, and No. 4850. Palmyra to Keokuk.
xowa, agreeably to tne application made by you
Respectfully, &.c. &c.
2nd Ass't P. ".I. Gen'l.
Hon. G. Pobtib, H. Rep'.
We see it stated that a company at Lexing
ton, Mo., intend driving two thousand head of
Cattle over the plains to California this spring
-and they furnish mules, saddles, iruns and
provisions, to the hands that tliev emnlov. ami
take them throuch free of exnense. Svi.rnl
droves of cattle for the same market will leave
mis county in the spring, besides we hear of
drove, that will leave various other section, for
the same destination-so that it is enmmitwl hv
"knowing ones" that more cuttle will attempt
to cross tne plains this season than any former
one. We also learn that thousands of cattle
will be driven from Kentucky over the plain
uio bviuiftg atuaou. 1 Ulla Sleicury.
lit avis in Hoasas. A single eed of car
rot per day, says the Wdrkinsr Farmer, is the
best prevenUve of Leaves n horses. Reduce
the quantity of grain one-tnird, and substitute
carrots in it place, and vour horses will
no medicine, enjoy fine spirits, loose hides, and
iue uouity 10 periorra run work.
Tub Uold Medal to Haaa Clat The
designing, striking and sinking of the large gold
medal, recently presented to Mr Clav bv the
citizens of INew York, occupied two years, It
i the finest specimeu of tliat department of art
produced in tni country.
TDlNCV'extra suiernu dom, juat v.vf.Ai V1tVi
V)( a splendid let for sal cheap by t " f
k7- T. K. 6EI.BJ4
' TAf arrtALS tothb
SO 7170 6E17SS CV TBS CQBSTOITY
Tiki lltmimg HffUlM tmri tmmilf
. A taJtirt , TAp llN
Uki mrpnhtlfm IA Awl ftf ,
u IA Mtrf. mnd
r . r Mww.rtl if mil
9k lw wed IAf -m
Tkry ! rrrm fcrforv ikj Pnbtl
TOR nvfj YEARS,
Dsrls which tlm nor Umj S,0re crrtlltctn) hm
, . calved rrom emlarnt public men anil oflmra, an
' r now oa Ala al ilia ConMiny'a Olft. (-
Theynre C ompounded
' With Ilia aimoat eara and skill, and th ln,r1lnt
aro tltormiihlir leiiad kjr aelmilSc cbrailata,aa
Ibat aiprilolnaa of anliorm and raliaala
qualliy ara (aniaim In all caaea.
',,,! Th draeftaarri
1 Vegetable Pilli,
'. Are aartknlarljr ralostils Tsriha ar,eniloS SB
cur of Ffvera In lenrrnl.all Ollllnui and LI
f0 . . ar Comalalnta, iaumhee, Gnnaral lltbllliy,. .
Coibuioiv and Sick Hcnrhe, Dftpep- -'
tla, Hrari Burn, Ciwtircnrm, Griii
Inf, Urinary lilaaaaea, CNjatruc- .
r llona of lha Menara, Influ- ,
enxa, Awhino, and t
.. - a wrleljr of oihat ! ; " ;
Clironlc DIms- . .
I ' ' ik tn Sn,
Ibr all ordinary fainllr naa.
Pall Dlrerllo"" tow the rlona Olaeaara accatmpaia
ay Mrn noi, i nr. rem, aai.,
A apceriy and mraillbla raowdy In UMrrho, Dyaa.
Ivry, lllnody Flal, 1,'holera alorbua, Cholera Inl'an
tum, and lite Amatig CunLsa.. if lakan Willi
lha Ural avmptuma, via: vomiting and dinr.
rbva. It navar ralla In cara tha worat
, uoaalbla caasa of bowel complaints ,
generally In a few noura, aol
dom beyond a day. It la
FiaaLT Vitmiu, .
and taken In jlmoai
any quantity la
Green Mountain Ointment
Invaluable for Burna, Wovnda, Spralna, L'hllMalnr,
Corn, Hotae. Bwalllnes of all klnda, Bheuma
nam. Erysipelas, Bronchitis, Scrofula, U
cera, Paine In the Bida and Back lmm.
dintely relieved, Inflammation nf tha
ylowel, and frir all caaua wltera
there la Inflammation
A certain cure for Prolapsus Uteri, and for most of
the distressing complaints Inrident t Femalea.
I' reps red l.y Dr. T H KO. FO M E K O y , of L it
ea.solfly fur lha Oraelenberg Company.
The other Graefenberg Medicines artl
Fever and Ague Pills. .
Idbby's Pile Ointment.
THE URAEFEN BERO ' ,
MANTTAL OF HEALTH.
A Complete band-book of medicine for IwallrM. frlc (y
eenta. , .
Office 14, Brttimtf, JV. r. ''
. .c jut jo jr.
Id at Us OrttftxhtTf Ctmptnf k(U Utir nai aaaa it.
CaanatM mrUtln Anas As imti tlutlf ruialliaf jrea
WH4 in seery rlri-nJr t.l Uu ttmi, aaa) (Aa MSMal cara
tkouU as absented berrt wwrchatiug.
K. K. WOOUWABU, tienaral Agent, e. Lttfi.
Local A gent a,
J. L MATTHRW, Hibmt ; A. aueeenherry, Memp h
Jamee Bear ac U Newark; Bicliai-d f. Foster, Bhtlbjrrl
Ulakely Ac Lasley, Pomerrwl j Leweiiea At Brother, Frankfort
(J to. Q. Mahao, ralniyri, (nild ly)
Wholesale I ra and Retail.
Main street, Hannibal, Mo.
ARE now offering Drups cheaper than everofierad
in Hannibal, and will sell lower than any other es
tablishment ill the citv. We ask lha
try merchants to call and examine our dni9, and see if
iucj "iii hi cumpars wnn any in anyeiiy.
A LARGE LOT Of 8X10 GLASS,
For s:' at rumxmm.3EZ-m3 dollars per
Box, by ajif L. T. BRITTINUHAM & BRO.
CIGAR MD TB1CC0 STORE!
rTHE subscribers would respect
limy imorm tue citizens o
Hannibal and country merchant
doing- bii.ineas through Hannibal.
that they have orened a wholesale and retail Tor-sera
and Cigar establishment on MAIN STREET, li EXT
UUUK othe rusi Jr r ICE. They will ensure those
who will favor them wilh their natronaee eood bar
gain., for cash, and iii every case will give satisfactory
returns if the article bougtu does not suit them. Tbey
will keep on hand a variety ol .1i"iry articles, such a.
nuiT boxes, cigar cases, pipe, and "eve.-v other thing
belox'-S tj sucli an establishment. lii ?'" hav
imported as well as American cigars; and also, til -te,t
brand, of -
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. I
S-f-AII orders will be attended to if tha money is
sent by mail or otherwi. -----
H. LEER fc ARBOGAST.
HOVEL ATTRACTION I
antir. Imbscribers la KARTATMb m a n a 7ihu
u . 1 rec,v, w'th the February namber, a highly
finished, and beautiful repreaeutation of
The New Capitol at Washington,
engraved 00 steel in tb line manner, and. by special
p'a''M'0n' d'reCt frm th uthentie government
.Tkhu" supstb building, when completed conformably
with the adopted design, as shown in the eagraviags,
will be one ot the most magniticeut structures in the
world, and altogether worthy of a great and powerful
nation. It rivals in erandeur and v.in... .,! r.....,
edifices of the Russian autocrat atSl. P.t.r.Kr i..t.
j'urPa,'ie " " sleganc of design and purity of
Besides the lane enrravina-nn ci..i 11..
mg descriptive article willlie suitably illustralid bv
other engraved views of this noble pile of architectural
ised graving onT
preaeutiur Columbus ,h hi. ;.Cle. If".
Christian Religious Coremoaies in the New World.
These two plate, are of themselves worth a year's
subscription to the magazine, and those wishing lo -cure
them atibiili! uJ ...i ,B ..
-..h.., r j.i.-. 7T . ""acnpiton ana addieu
n posimasiers are agents. febll
COLLINS $Bil EtiD
Complete, and are readv in wait unn .u ti-i i.
v..... , v.rytuing m me ury uoods, groceries and
tiueen.war Una. alia ih. l.r.i ..t C...
lock of c ' " " " e...cwu
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ever brought to this city. All those who with to buy
Are Dtedrl tocall sod exsnias thera. aovl3y
I - ma m ar
fnWVf aTTI.t.WlTT.T. h CO..
COM M I S S 1 0 N M E H C 11 AN TS
'" We). 11, Locnt st.', f ITp StaJrs,)
BT. LOUIS, MU.
T. i: fVi;:.v,
oteh wm. Hawkins' stoke.
i R. W. OLIPIIANT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SU RG EON,
I ' .llo. 10, St. Charles sf.,
ST. LOUIS, MO. y
Particular attention paid to ditto of the
TIIOS. S. MILLER,
(5ueorfo Millsr Bowtr,)
rprwardlng and Commission merchant
. i GROCKR AND PRODUCE DEALER,
. 3 E.M3V.EE.
. HANNIBAL, MO,
tibenX Cuh Mvmneti made 9 Ctnrignmtnti.
Dov7(f . t
NVJtZy rer ' Hannibal.
tragus rtd,;,,i,for M,, by T. K gEliM js
rPHB s'ubieriber derm it proper to say to his old
tion with lha lata Urct of Uiram McVeigh Co., has
oeer arrtly dissolved, but that he will in a few days
K nJu u. - 1 , I. k f . .
v j "Kain, wun a tine uiortmeni 01
' Ktady-Jnade Clothing, ire, Src,
Ann bis trienda will do Well to delay their purchases
for a hort time.
Uct. 6tn, 1861.
D, J . GARTH,
HAirUFACTDBtB AKD DEALER I ft
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
it Wholesale tP Mir tail,
West Main, between ITJl and Bird streets,
Just received, a sunrlv of 1ihii.n m.t .,n ....
bermelica lly sealed, for table use, and warranted fresh',
"J . oecu J. A. lAiiU.L.
1 AS. A. O.UA BXES. WALTEa CALDWELL.
STOVE & TIN STORE.
QT7ARLES Si CALDWELL, '
. HANNIBAL, MO.,
frest tMc at TZmi !a tla6 bouis'
"csiuimoci ny II. V, Jcfeerjnane. -
'I 'HE undersitrued have perchaned from Mr. H.
Wjfkerehaui his entire stock of 8TOVES atid TIN
WARE, and in future intend eonatantly to keep oV
?. w'" ,elec,ed ock of COOKINO and HEAT
ING Stoves. 1. ... .
Our stock consists In part of the following ariicles:
Prize Premium, Cook's Delight, Bucks' Double Oven,
mP,.rS Slste' 0hio Premium, Irvine's Air-Tizbt, and
PRAIRIE STATE" Cook stove.. " '
We will also have, in time for the fall trarfa. a An,l
n"."!!1 of the ,atest antl most approved .lyles oi
PARLOR and Healing Stores. .
msny of our citizens are now using the Prairie Sta'
v.ouH oiove, ana ail agree to its superior advantagi
over ail others in point of durability and speed and ei
cellence-in cookine. . . .
.W have on hand and will continue to Manufacture
an auras 01 wares belonging to the Tin Business,
wnico we sell at St. Lomu Wholttalt ana Rtiail
We are prepared to do all kinds of COPPER
oMITHING. Peraons wanting work done in that line,
will do well to give u. a call, as they can save the
nuuuisauu expense 01 going lost. LiOuis.
Old Stoves, Tin and Copper Ware impaired at the
N. B.Old 8toves taken in part pay fur new ones,
- QUARLKS at CALDWELL.
Hannibal, August 9th 1851..
WE have on hand another supply of this excellent
article for the prevention of
Ague and Fever.
This cordial has beeu used by number of ourcitizens
with entire satisfaction. Beiiif a Dowerful tnr.i. it ;.
ecommended to debilitated persons it restores the
one 01 me oigesuve organs ar.d invigorates the system
hroughout. For sal by
J. A. iribLKE & CO.
Cigars ! Cigars !! Cigars !!!
R Attentiau! ye lovers of the Fragrant Weed!
ECEIVED this day, at Garth's old established
Tobacco and Cigar Depot, a lare lot of very
Choice Havana Cigars,
.t;, fmrn lha Ontnm un... it.. u.t re: .
""r V-,h.i r ,c" u
mur. u n. . Min street. Hannibal, Mo"
I auoacnoer nas permanently located in this city
. .and is always prepared to repair watche., broken
j- ..,. ,. .uu.i. nuiKuiauiiKe manner, and on
the most resouabl. term.. He ha now on hand, and
constantly receiving fresh aupplies of the finest and
...... .,...ul..u. jeweiry, watche., flocks, sc., from
th best importing houses in the eait. Hi. stock is
unsurpassed by any other house in th city, and those
aa hat orL-ra .r... i.l... .-.7"" "-B"""";
tirciiiuj a cia will DM aariafiatr, 1. K :
n ." V . . mlul I'urcnasers.
Ihe citizens of Marion and Rail, countie. are re
.j...wu..y luviteuK give me a call. Store on Main
vl.uno ins -ureal western." Isent51
luma toimer siock, a tun
Vi ?LDr P"lf. Also a very fine lot oi
nutgs.uew.tyie. Bantu's k,v York Gold
" very nne article. Oct 24.
500 Boxes Tobacco!
T Gartb's old establishe I Tobacco and eWr n.
pot, weat smeiuain.tetwew bul and bird .(reels
J. w. apALiiaat, i
teoia aiSALotsa. ("v.ooia.
. J. VI. SPAT.niwa
COMMISSION and forwarding
i1.8Ur i:!"1' KUrf h 'P' Oil, Cheese,
Butter, Egg. 4c. No. HS Commercial St. near Lo-u.t
" - Bis aLvuit, Mu,
0 . REFERENCES.
Brnneer fc Whiimn.n u. a. n o o
Row. (Casliier) ,Cincinatii J.H. Sturges fc Co'.. J. J.
r." T Ir''H' M,Uer ."' Co.. Chouleaufc
T IQUORS, fce.-W hav jIMt receive a
A-i general assertment ol superior liquors, w
consisting of pure old French braudiea. tie
........ .,,, ., granuy, ,p,,to 0Itn,iy & , -
nongahela, mountain daw and Bourbon wh sky.4e,
fcrnLby iU J. A, Imiei fc Co. '
, DEAN &.GA11NFTT..
nTANUFACTPnEKS nd Daal.ni In Italian and Am.vicsa M.rble. The, ha . now ' tand fBoiM..
fa Man and Chamber Grate: CounUr and Wash
' Stands: Garden Vases;Statuary; Tomb S'.ons;
And every other description of MARBLE WORK at toPric. O" Call n.ir Marble srd .plt. the
Brady House, Hannibal, Mo. , V ' , .. , apm-.y
41 isaru. ncHT A "R T T
The demand for eur whiiky ktvlnjr Inereasedtol rKJ J-J
sticn an riteni ilial have ot bean able heretofore 1 JJk&j maim STaier, ,
to 611 our i.umerous orders, w. oea e.v. u, ""'"'.'"'
dealer, and others. Ihnt we have rtar&or Rkt.Tl.
FYitiQ ESTJBLisHMisr na ,n, '' , ,up,'"fij5Jirn oi the lilacK norso ana miggyi-
prepared to. oppH sll onler. for tlM i celebrated "Black t . .
Horse" orand of Whiskeywith wbicb we may be fa
vored, and at as low a price as the article can b bad
in the market. decll J. A. INSLEEfc
rfatrwfr ..- ... .
PALICOES of all colors snd descriptions, for sale1
. m- j . . n.i v t .Tu .. n rt r I
cheap oy spmyj wLLinaai oni.i.u.
. J Ribbons.
A UNE assoi-trarnt of snringsntl summer Bonnts
J. Ribbon. 1 also, Satin and Manlua Ribbons for tale
...iau W rni.i ins a, nuEF.n.
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BLACKI.sc Veils, French Worked Collars and
Canes, a very large lot, telling awful cheap at
pr24y . COLLINS BKbiU'S.
THE subscribers have just received on consignment
a lot of wooden ware &c. consisting of tubs; buck
ets; churn.; half bushels; wash board.; tar cans; butler
ladles; cocoa dippers, barrel covers; well buckets; ce
dar faucets; wooden spoons; rolling pins; horse buckets ,
bowls, covered boxes; Unite trays; beef mallets; cov
ered sugar bucket.; scrubbing brushes; plow lines: bed
cords; blacking brushes; matches; ate (all of which are
offeree to the dealers at St. Louis prices. nov6tf
J. A. INSLEE, &. CO.
HANNIBAL, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI,
WILL promptly attend to all professional business
entrusted to his care in the counties of Marion,
Ralls and Pike. He will give particular attention to
the securing and collection of debts in any part of the
State. O-Office on Bird street, four doors above the
corner of Bird and Main, ia front of the Marshal and
QUEENSWAREput up In packagesto suit Ihetrad
just received by ociMy T. R.SEZ.MES.
Et Mt MOFFETT
Wholesale Orocer and Commission
Ao. 1, Levee, Hannibal, Mo., (tn the house
formerly occupied by N. Fuqua.)
"tT7ILL constantly keep supplied with a tremral stock
V v of Grocenes, which he will be enabled from It's
be enabled from h!a
facilities for purchasing, to sell by the wholesale at St.
Louis prices, expense, ad Jen. ir Will alio give hi.
personal attention to the commission business and will
nae liberal cash advances on consignments. s4tf
NOTICE is herefrgi'.'o to all creditors and others
interested in the festal ol JOHN G. ELY, dee'd,
that letters of sdministration on said estate, bearing date
Jan. 28, 1852, have been granted to the undersigned by
k n.,l. . ... . Ill .HAn.
iitie cibim. ui nana cuuttiy tuun in vacation.- nuKciawiw
indebted to said estate are requested to make payment
immediately, and all persons having claims amnst said
estate are required to present them, properly authentica
ted, within one year from the date of said letters, or
tliev may be precluded from any benefit of said estate,
and if not presented within three years, they will be
feW-3t WM. C. SPLAWN, Adm'r.
A Fine tot of Ginghams for sale onreasonable terms
apr24y by COLLINS BREED.
JUST now received from that celebrated Tea Dis
trict. Poyang Hht, also some of Linn Foo' choice
Imperial, he. oct21 T. R. SELMES.
SHOES and Boots or all kinds, from the hard lot
metal up to the softest Kid Leather at
THOMAS M'DA N N OLD,
H Attorney at Law.
AVING located himself at HANNIBAL, Mo.,
will practice in th Court of Common Pteaa. at
Hannibal, the Circuit Courts hel.l ml p..i..,u n..:.
New London and Bowling Green; in the Simfeme Court
Of the Stat., and in the United State. CircuU CourL
crOrtice on east side of Main. betwMn n.rH
Hannibal, Aug. 28th, 1851.
ft AT a saa
Ao liiuraliul M. iur ev. Martha A T.ln -
T..:u X? tj r' , . . " J
. iYiic, iionneriy lurley,J and
Preston H. Payne, her husband, heirs and-i
iegai representatives of James Turley, do.
Y ,1. ' re?y nolTu 1 wi" m" application
X to the county court of Ralls county, and State ot
Afissouri, on the first Monda in M k ' . r ' l
rnn i . ...... ...
I renre.ent.tiv.. I i o' a "
, o i i . """sow, Atiin'r,
- -wvav. AUUIT)
and on of lb heirs
EERAGE Jines, a newstyle of goods for la
dies' diesses, " tntiiy
COLLINj fc BREED'S.
VALENTINES I VALENTINES 1 1 VALEN
TINES 1 1 1 at COHEN'S Jewelry Store. ft2.lt
"PJAGUERREOTYPES For ten days longer, at
-mr sjairoiu-a iaj;uerre.
open for ten days longer.
xJ Ballard's Daguerrean rooms, which will be kept
nitn f9 ton Am.m lvs,a. 1
BONNETS Goinr off fast a
low by aj24y
nd for tale unu.uallv
Collins fc Breed.
ri r-k , . na Dr0n mu,,r' of all kinds of
ucva,a. uauneia. iweeua. ra.sini.ta an.i
PJ COLLIH'S fc BhKKD'S.
II. LEER 6c ARBOGAST.
KitreoMUntlr on hand (he very best Miasoari
k T h f a 1 ibihh,5 oino
aii f 1 1 C III I lUUirrni nniin AI niia IU.. SJ
-..p aim nne;; egail, fiinci
kept in tbeir line.
asoo BBtiaaai VVIUUlun I.IVIII
and every article usually
Apply at lb sign of the
rPHK subscriber has now on hand and is
X daily receiving the lareejt and h..
brought lo North.M' "J '"1' rl"' er
" lawui . na rnllil.aa
misifUaiiri , Ua u ' '
parttomarit it. ..iim:
. ... siia(l4an ST,
T. R. SELMES.
B.F8SL of B00 "ion . for whleb r.
IM Py ths bigbsst market price i Ir.'de.
VIUKLES 4 CALDWELL
J. It. GAKNKTT.
lm ' -Mf Brick Livmf
11 IKMIDAL. Mo,
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THE subscribers hsve finished the front part oflheir
extensive gtble. and when Ihe additions are conj-
-a-exiensive siHfie. ami wncr,
pleted, they will be sble to accommodate
bifnm. Vuii stwi bMt '.
te I9U nead ot
liable to rma. Our stalli beiag very wtde, give room'
for rest to the horses. They are well supplied wilu
excellent and comfortable
Carriages, Hacks' and Buggies, '
Gentle, Saddle and Harness
it o uses,
Which will be furnished on th shortest notice, and at
the lowest possible prices. The public are assured that
at no stable in Northern Missouri, can they be better
accommodated with every character of conveyance uec--essary
for travel or pleasure.,
Horses fed by the day, week, mouth or year.
A good Buggy Horse kept expressly for hunters.
All we ask is a call from the citizens or traveling
N. B. Near to this stable Is a coach maker and black
Geutletnen stopping at any of th hotels wilt please '
order their hor,es to our stable, where every attention
will be given them. :
Gentlemen having good horses to sell, will uo well 10
give os a cal I, as Uiey will find it gieatlv to tbeir advan
tage, as in case we don't buy we will aid in finding
Look out for the sign of the
Muck Horse and Bucjry!
3 3 3 3
TO THE LADIES
WE would call the particular attention of (he La
dies to our stock of fine
CpS and Fine Gaiters,
Rather superior to any in the market, bought or th
manufacture rs, and warranted good. Alto a tne stock
of Mulfs, and Victorines. Real Thread Edaines. and a
(splendid assortment of Ribbons; all wool De Laines,
very rich and beautiful. Also a splendid lot of Black
riguiea naiereu biik, wnico w will sell very cheap.
novl3y COLLINS 4 BREED.
W. F. KERCHEVAL
HAS opened for J. C. Waugh, at th well known
store formerly occupied by Rercheval it Green,
and recently known as the People's Store, a fine stock
STAFLE DRY GOOUS.
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats
aiii Caps, Queensware, and
READY MADE CLOTHING,
To which he would invite tiio attention of the public
generally, and his old friend, and customers, particu
larly. He would take this opportunity to tender his
minim to me oiu customers ol the lirra of Kercheval ic
Green, and respectfully solicit a renewal of the same,
to bun in his present situation. He hopes by strict an
tention, to merit at leasts share of trade. Thi stock:
presents, as all new ones do, many advantage over the
old ones, for it is evident that those having a large
trade already, will be sure of the profits; while new
ones will offer inducements to build up a business, and
that he now does. He will Ivp-in In tallr nC tliA itrnlll. '
altera year or so, when his business gels large; but
, now is his time to sell cheap, and he is determined to
idoso. Don't understand me to say I will Give yeti
I rjnnita (Vie nnn L-....... .. l i . ..;,, 1' ...
,.. j .nun uuuuuy will UO THAT, it they bo
savso. novl3 W. F. KERCHEVAL.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
iirgimatt Missouri g and Do,nemc
llOOboi'iCgrthi.v. i 7im '
m ewwrro, s
' 2M " " Y au ono Utfil,a?'
i " " ' U lo'Z Ihlf ISnir6
200 ' iK,.ii-r. Tn' fl4" s,P'",,1,i
Nectar Leaf; l lO.OOC Havani Sixes'.
I Ami an the most popular
Virginia Brands direct
from the manufactories.
j",uw iuna six'sii malaya;
Geiman and Fancy Pines.
irench sod Congress Snutf,
Which are offered very w f,
men only on lb usual lime.
ca:!:, ot to punctual
D. J. GARTH.
point of draft. dnr.hii;i """ "ulT
John I. E Met.
T. It. Selmes,
John B. Chesley,
Wm. Eddy, '
T. R. Spencer,
Geo. A. Shortridge,
J. u. Ogden,
D. W. White.
Geo. C. Foster.
Dr.L.T. Brittine-1 inm.
C!ias. W. Mills,
P. A. Hickman,
sir s a .
VV. F. Kercheval,
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St Louis stove store! Carter W. Brvan.
"it particular attention
A.r'l.?'a '"n"lna permanently in tfii.
J.UUUC are sale in takingmy auaj-ante. foe ti.l Y
performance of the stove.LptVy me ' ''
All mv tint., o,.
sin Iron, IforVo'nf , , "'"?"'"'
citing, ,hey CZS:
tumiir, , , hih
TIN AND COPPER WARE.
WAHLialu h"d, a .unnly of TTN
. ; ninvu narr ii tiin ri
again. -J u loeauoi.
jnl5tf 0 u. CARTER W. BRYANT
SADDLERY and hardware, Q
very cheap by tpy "
W, the undersigned, having used the St Loui
Stoves manufactured by G. F Ftll If w
'VUbTa alinVs . AsVlita-ll hi. -... ..
A ll.a. TV.:... TV
all who have used it B TW. ",ftc'"
twelve mo,!,',. ffd If r?'M.!!kT
lht time. I furni.h ne o. frel -ot if"? d"in'
av ortovMtt for sal ,
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