A. INOLEE tk CO.,
Wholesale Dealer in ' 1
Also domestic lMuon,
TTAVUCO again enlarged their tBnlvbmeif, whh
XJL toaow the most extensive In the State, (nut of
W. Lotria.) oro prepared lo furrtrth (heir niunerous cue.
ftmr wild lh choicest arliolts it their line.
' v.m k. , . i. '
They ka now on hand anil tfcdiy
, , A. Seiar-iotle flrtntla,
! '!. Belgnetto Brandy,
IT. Proprietor '
' M tmy J "
St. Croix Ruin,
i-out.- : v.
. , - . . . . MADEIRA,
JOO-BBLS. POl'M.fc RECTIFIED WHl8KEY,of
tho " flla Hntw" Brum,
900 HBTA,1JK.Yriai,MlGNOWA' .VIIIS
109 BRLS. OM MONONGAHFLA" WHlSKEa.
1W BBL8 "OLD BOURBON" WHISKEV. '
Si BBM, SWKKT MALAC.A WINK.
IU0 BBLS. CLAKIF1ED CIDER VINEGAR, Jtc.,
Alt of which art ofTrred to dealers at th Terr lowest
fijanfra. . ... jan.AS3-y.
Aleiandar B'ifotd,and otheie,
Wiltiaaa Biiford.Thoiaa Ru
ford, Maty Hill, and hr
fetukaml, gamuet H. Hill,
the Italia Comity
State or Missouri.
TVTOTICB It ftereby give) to Wi'liam Jluford. Tliom-
A mnoM, Wary lint anil Samuel ll. it. n. tier
bwsboed, botro r distributees ol the estate of Maty
Bo ford, deceased, that application wilt he made lo the
.ttasnity Cowl el aaid County, on the fi'at day of the
May txrai of aid Court, for ait order to tell the elavet
behrwigwig to aaid earate, and Tor diatributTor, of the
4rpeeoda according lo Uw. ALEX. BUr'ORD,
i 4 Pat I. P. Lancaster, agent fcr plaintiff.
JanlJ . -
V . . f EUMOMCO RESTAURANT,
Man Street, doer Croat Bird.
VStiTERS, PIGS' rtET AND TRIPE, erred
J-utt tdaU fc- a. In Una Delmonreo trtylo.
;Jt.M-M ' A. LONG.
: Utmst cBd IaI for &tlr.
THE Mlerai(nod wiahoa lo aell hit Hmim and Lot,
aitaatod on &!, beliroen Bird and Hill 8treeia.
.It ia owe story fraote hen, tied eomfortablv for
email family, with .all the doeoKtary out bniliilnr, a
j(ood gardeK, all kinda of ahrubbery, and a fine well of
, potoetaion ion tnmoditoly, tod indipiilabl title.
J or tenoaJte apptT at tuaa Mesaeugrr olni e, or to
A. B. Me DON ALU.
Vn. II. Hara, adm'r of the)
MhM of Mary CWaror, dee'd, I In the Ralla County
ra. f ' Comt,
tijT Haya, and Eobert C. I Slate of MiwourL
....Maya. . . J ..
TOTlK ia hereby given lo David Hay and Rnb
I irtC. Have, beira and dixtributeea of tho ettjte
f Mary Cleaver, dceeaaed, that application will be
nado lo me Uouuiy iMin oi (am county, on tue nrxi
dlay af tho April Tom of aaid Court, for an eriler to
i a negro gut fjotongNigto aaid eelnle, ari'l for a Uis
it ! nti!o of tho BraeeeiU Meordicig tolaw.
juS7-f W . , WM.H. HAYS. 1
ft DBA and ju,ju4a ciuAKa. w I
J. A. IN8I.EE &.
! NEW COOK STOVES!!
TJERSON8 wirhing to buy Sloven, should give uta
X ealt. and examine our new Patlrrn oi
Chrter Oak" Cook Stoves,
Having aerured tba Agency of them for thia rily. This
Mtaow pooMtwa advantage over common 8oves, in
thkkaa of tho Plate, and imrnoveuieid in Ike Draft.
It it given up by all Slove dealers, and inainiUclurers.
to be Jbe beat Pattern lor a descending due, of any
anew now aMue at VtSSt.
1 Thia Movo wat patented Septtaiber, 1852, and
trhoKVCff lkv bare been oeil have civen eeneial aat
Ivfactian. Tbia Stove weighs toute 40 noiindt more to
(bo na-nbor Iban any other Stove ever brought to this
city. Tho Ptalot hi thorn are from to of an inch
hi Ihiekooea. No. 4 weight over pounds. We
tooraaat ttuta ail againat nrt. These 8ovea have a
fatoal Hot Air Fixe, whh carries tho heat that it
generated under tho ore plait down the front part oi
the ft eve between two thick plates to tho draft at tho
otlosa of tho Stove, thereby attiling great heat to bake
with en tho bottom, and reaaedying that which haa al
Wayt boon 0 fsart with Moves of a descending flue
horelofore. The Charter Osk baa one flue and one
kfsto more than any Air Tight ft'ove yet invented
They will cook with one-half (be fuel which one of
tho ordinary Btovoa will, ond will last for twenty-five
year. ; .lV ... '
"PltlZE ritEMlUM" COOK STOVE.
- Mminl 14I.
This wrxrlor article hat only been in use since Jan
ary, and aineo that they have given such uni
tjmaaj emrM'arlton that thry are now the principal
ttoeo aotd up lb lllinoia, Mnseuri and Miusipp
ireara. Tho late itnprinemeiit made by Fillcy. by put
thig a division in the draft below, ditides the beat as it
poMea under the oven, and proven Is it from all eoneen.
trmting oo tho centre of tho lire-plate, at it does in pU,.
Of stoves of siuilal foiiu. - .
Aaolhor great improveioent in the Premium Slove
Is tba Patent Damprri which it so constructed as lo in
osmo it agamvt hreakago by lire; and if necessary by
levoiog the damper np liille, ymican throw the beat
am dot Ua oven ayhbout burning v. bat it bku.g, as
I hare juat mado aootlvtr groat improvement in Fil
tey'o ralaot Prizo Premium slove, by adding to it a
largo, heavy Grate, for the wood lo rest on, v Inch not
alt aids Iho draft, by kvepituf It alwavs clar. but aluo
karpe tbo food fiowt Ueakiug, attd buiuing cut the
bottom of Iho alove.' f, , : . :
Tbia 4 rate a aaado a aa to preveut Hie wood from
falling against the dotdB, aiwi biuuiug lh an through,
as loo ease who aimes mat nate no gme.j and as we
have tbo only Itemium Cook Sieve, that htive Grate
aajtheiaiwo hesilaio not iu saying thai ue tn sella
cheaper and b tier aluie than can be had elx- heie in
Iho neelein counlry. I'eiaous u Uliing lo buy tlovet
snu oo wen 10 ci ooiore jiircii"ii..
T no o p. rente pnoecn i nu v t rainu rremium
ad ober stoves of I he avnit fuim in us', tie, in
bo aMt place, the iipiorrinent made in the Drsl'l
Dampen and secondly, a contrite omi ol (he nn"ke Dues,
by waicu tbo brat ie more coulim-d syain t Ilia O.en,
IM-C'U.g IT cnore nc'iiar ami q-nrter. anI aiit'Bvs In.
8Sr?t stove to diaw ttell, in any ultuiiiun. Third
lyi tbo hoilera art noaier tl firo than in ianst stove,,
aid having Ibe flue conlrsetrd lo (he width et thr
bo tier iu tiwit, it bringf all the h-l iu uin, 1'l.ihI (.
y, tho ovens aro inuch mgcr limn the. r of mo. I
toeeo of tbo eama kind ue. aiol pailiculsily ,1;r
CtiKina4l locs, as the Anen are Very n,.iio and
leoo awvful. in ail sue of Iho Prize Piriuiiiu. Cook
Mara tfte enrnittgt in front and back lie the nme ,ir
- "4mt yembavotw ovl ofeuii f,tlu Vi'jfii iloil-
jT . i in. nil C J"
t" ; ? ' 'Jf "
't ' .
er Altinir ell her, or Ju can make foir round kolea
ofa tite: n ny of the trimming, will fit either hole.
AM of the ifttmvfl tore may be nroenred at Iht i
6T. I.OUIS STOVE fiTORK, ; !
Main Mreet,S doora Morlh of'tlrnilv H
decJ6M 1 CA1TF.U W. BRYAN.
St. Louis Stove Store,
BtOTv) Draler, Rheet Iron Worker, Cop.
perMHllli and Tinner,
Main el reel, two doors north of " Brady House,"
Srlh, at vhoirnaU rirxrr,
STOVES AND TINWARE. ;'
IINVITP. particular attention to Ihe Prist Premiun
Cook atovt, which hat given universal satisfaction
to all who have used it. I warrant all my tlovet foi
twelve months, and If any of the plalet bieak during
uiai nine, i iuiiiisii new ones iree oi rnarge.
At I design remaining permanent ly in this place
the public aro tare in taking my guarantee for the good
performance of the atovea kept by ma.
All my tlovet are manufactured of Missouri Moun.
lain Iron, and for goodnesa of metal and beauty of
easting, they ctcel any ttovet made in Ibe Waste in
IT Tho man who moulds Hollow-Ware for G. F.
Filley it considered the best workman in the United
Slates, and this accounts for our Hollow-Ware and
Slove Vessels being to much smoother and better than
any others you will find in maiket, whether made
r.asi or wesi.
TIN AND COPPER WARK.
I have constantly on hand, a supply of TIN
WA UK., lo which I particularly invite tho attention
or the country IrUe, at tho quality of my ware, and
Ihe prices, shall bt such at to induce them to call on
me again. .
I will wholesale to merchants living in Iht connlry
at live per cent, lest than 8t. Louis wholesale nrices.
I will aell, at retail, Cook Stovet from two to three
itollart Cheaper than you can buy the tame for in St.
Louis. All order front distinct promptly attended
mm m can, in pi nse, ana 1
beat to render taiitfsction.
ii ie . . i t
CARTER W. BRYAN.
fT'HE bitrodnclrmt ef Flit r.v't eVrovasinto Northern
X Missouri, to any extent, has been in Iht last three
ycrrsj since which lima Ibey have been gradually in-ereai-tcg
the manufacture and aalo of them) and al
though, owing lo their being light and smooth, and
something new, tomt little dilficulty attended Ihe tale
and oe al fmt, yet by a) wayt making ttovet and cast
Ingt of tho best quality of Scotch Pig and Missouri
Mountain Iron, they haw proved to withstand fire bet
ter than any other Casting mado in Ihe Western coun
try. The Furnace Castings and Hollow-Ware partic
nlaily, have been auperseded by it, wherever it has
been brought into use, ana always given tatiifaclinn.
Having lived here a number of years, and being
permanently located here, purchasers can tely on our
guarantee as lo the aualitv of the articles sold by u;
and as to the operation of our celebrated Prize Premium
Cook Stove, just tead the ceitificatea of those who
have used them, and are using them now. And anoth
er advantage a purchaser will have in buying a St.
Louis atove of us, he would not only be gelling slove
made of the best material in the woild, but ha can at
any lime get an odd piece or plate without any charge,
by letting us know that such it wanted, ae all our
alovet are warranted, and, in cast of imperfection, the
aiticlea will bo promptly made good to the purchaser,
which he will not find the ease with Cmeiaii, C Al
ter, PitUtmrgk, and Eatltr mad STOVES, at you
rannnt jet anv odd Pieces.. Even if they were war.
anted, it would bo impossible to get odd plalei from
such distance. .....
We, the underti-ned, having ued the St. Lonii
Stoves manufaciured by G. F. Killey, of St. Louis
and told by Carter W. Bryan, at Hannibal. Mo..lU
plrasure in recommending theia to Ihe public, at supe
rior in point of draft, durability, economy, conveui
eneeand ease of regulation, to any stoves which we
nave ever useu I
John I. F.IM,
T. It- Selmes,
John B. Chesley.
T. R Spencer,
Geo. A. Short ridge.
f Rloomiiigton, Mo.,
J. C Ogden,
I). W. While,
Dr. N NuUou,
H. K. Brian,
John L Mittliewa,
W. H. Davit,
J. C. Hendcrtou,
John. II. Lewis,
George C. Fotter,
Dr. L. T. lliittineham,
Char es W. Mills,
W. . Kerchtval,
W. L. I acy,
J. B. Hayden,
H P. Oiegory,
Oliver Ten ill,
I. Tuf a,
A. M. Hawkins,
tf I want it d inline
tly understood that the St.
Louts Stovk HToaa it the only place in Hannibal
where FILLKY'S celebiated stoves are lo be had. I
have the exclusive privilege of sellirg thedilfereut pal
terns of stoves in this place, which Filley makes, in
eluding all hit patent Moves, end no out else can get
any ol I he in ; consequently, they have not got them lo
-fl!. If any one wi.Wg inhtiy Cook Slovet will come
in, I can aoon nbow him Hie dilleience between Filley's
Premium Cook Slove and other St. Louis Stoves, as
I have some of them on hand which I intend to
keep for that purpose. I can also soon ahow them Ihe
did.rence between Prairia Stale and Charier Oak
Cook Stove. decl6'62-U.
Ji Finrj's Celebrateti SUtm !
FOR HALE AT THIS BT. LOU I tTOVE UTORI!.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER taket thit method of inform
X ing bis friends and the public in general, that ha
hat Ihe largest stock and giealest variety of Slovet er
brought to Hannibal, which ho ia determined to aell
lor for cash. Persons wanting Stovet would do we',
lo call and examino bit ttock, particularly hia now
patlernaof Pailor Slovet, among wukh art tbo Gre
cian Parlor and Mound Parlor.
tr His motto is Quick Salet and Small Profits."
Mala eitroet, Two Ooore Norllt or Bradjr
llowae, llaMMlhnl. Mo.
deelfl'W-tf CARTER W. BRYAN.
T F.MUEL BUTLER Hat opened new MEAT
ii STALL at the corner of Hill street and Crt'g't
Alley, where an kinds ol Iron meats, sausages. &c
may bo bad on Ihe most reasonable terms. novlB-lf
SHERRY, PORT. MADEIRA and SWEET MA
LAGA Wines of superior quality, for sale by
July H . J. A. INKLEE fc CO.
Look oat for tho Old Lumber Yard.
WELL seasoned Pino Lumber suitable for all build
ing purposee, can all times be had at the Old
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which hat been established 8
years. The proprietor deems it unnecessary to puff his
Lumber to ir.ako H sell, or to say a.iy thing about ex
perience in the business except to those who iRver pur
chased fiom him. He would remark that an experience
of eight years in the business gives the decided advan
tage over any other who never had txirrirnu his
Lumber hat been purchased lor cash and srlected with
great care, from the best mills in Ihe Pinery. Me
chanics and others wishing to purchase Lumber would
lind it to their advantage to call and examino the slock
of Lumber nd bbiugiet at tho Old Lumbar Vard be.
fore purchasing elsewhere. If you cannot get it for a
lest price, I will auaiantea you cau got il as low and a
belter article lor tue tame auanoy. Alto, Lumbar, Shin
gles and wiiidow sih.
TO Don't forget tbo Big sign on tho wet side 'of
Third, between bud and Hill streets. Look nt for the
iigof THUS. S. MINER'S
feb2lf LUMHcK YARD.
I HANDY CHERRIES, a Prune article, for isle by
, , July-. . .
J. A. INKLEE A CO.
TUST received direct from Ikllimore, a large
ipljr Cove Oytert wmrmti fifth.
iOct.l,'52Mf J. A. INSLEE & d.
IIIOS. S. J1ILLEII,
DEALER in tnmber, thinglet, laths, sash, Iff., Ac.
Office at the toimling room of Miller fc Pogue't
lumber Yanl, on the Corner of Hill and Third streets,
Hannibal, Jnne 10, l852.-tf
Ten. a. nii.i.ia. own. a. pontra.
"TmILLKR & POGUEi
(Suecesiors to los. S. Miller,)
Wholesale Grocert A General Commission Merehan't,
No. J levee, Hannibal, Mo.
THE nndersigued hvi entered into co-partnera
ship for Ihe purpose of transacting the Grocery
and General Cr mmision business, under the name and
style of MILLER A POGUE at tho old stand ofThos.
Miller, No. 3. Levee.
TIIOS. S. MILLER,
GEO. B. POGUE.
Hannibal, Jnne 10, 1852. , (jelO-tl )
THE followlnr choice brands: OTARD, DUPUY
A CO., PI NET, CAST1LLON, A SEIGNETTE,
BOUVLT, JEUNE, tc.t warranted pure, and lor sale
by July 8 j J. A. IN8LEK A CO.
CIIARLEI O. MARTIN.
WM. B. MAHTIN.
Martin & Brother,
No 118 Main St, St Louis.
0 & D UJE X 'IT
Great inducements to Cash and Prompt Men.
At lower price than ever before offered.
WE hive thit day commenced opening our immense
FALL STOCK that we have been reeeivinr the
patt months and we will continue to receive regular
iiiroiignoui ine season. ints rail wo reel limy ronh
deut of eivinr our frienda and customers full satisfac
tion, at we have used our utmost endeavors in Ihe'
manufacturing of our hall Slock, and we aro confident
it cannot be excelled by any.
fr You will pleaso call and examine for yourselves.
U" Motto Large Sales and small profits.
MARTIN & BROTHER,
No. 113 Broadway ) ( No. 118 Main street,
New York. J St. Louis.
v DO AN, KING & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN STAPLE AND
Noa. 123 and 125,
UA'ION IW1LIJLYGS, St. Louis, Mo.
OA IV, K.I1M1 & CO. wish to direct the attention
of Western Mercliauta to the extent and varietv
ol the slock of DKY GOODS, which Ihey oiler for
sale al their stores, Ncs. 123 and 125, Union Buildings,
Main street, Saint Louis. Meichtnts can always find
here every article of fancy ar.d staple dry good usually
wattled, at the slock is kept full throughout the year,
by weekly shipments from the senior partner, who re
tries in N- Ywtr.
The Spriiirr Business for 1S53,
"'ill be CS!SS!!! J 1 oelr of Five Hundred
Thousand Dollars, and we wih it to be distinctly un
derstood that we are selling and vill continue to sella!
lower prices in St. Louis, than any merchant can buy
a retail stock at, in Ihe Eastern cities, and land it here.
Wc make this plain statement iu advance of the season
for the spring business, that none of our customers or
merchants genenilly, uho deal in Saint Louis, may be
induced by plausible, but incorrect leprcsentat ions, to
rend orders to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York or
Boston, when the sntne goods can be obtuined on bet
ter tortus in St. Louis, whenever the demand is lor an
assoilBtent for retail!. g,
Pei sons wishing inlunnation as lo the comparative
meriN of Ihe Eastern and Western markets, are refer
red lo those of our customers who have tried buying
Fast, have compared the goods at home, on their couii
teu, with goods bought in S'.. Louis, and who now buy
Merchants who have not visited SI. Louis, may per
haps imagine that business cannot tie sullicienlly ex
tended here to justify email profits. To such we would
say, that but lew jobbing homes East have a larger
business than ours, and that as it has continued to in
crease, we have continued to reduce the prolits, until
Ihey now amount only lo a commission.
Purchasers of Dry Goods are requested to examine
our Spring Stock, bich w ill be complete by February
15, 1SJ3. DO AN, KINO A CO.,
Nos 123 and 125 Uuton Buildings, bt. Louis, Mo.
IHO. t. BLATCHFOXD. HOST. t. WHITNEY.
Exchange and Banking House
OF HLATCIIFORD & WHITNEY.
EXCHANGE for sale, and collections mado on all
Ihe principal cities; sight and time bills, certifi
cates, and foreign bank notes purchased. Remittances
made for correspondents, without charge, at current
rutes for Exchange.
Land Warrants bought and sold. nov4tf
WE CONTINUE to manufacture, and keep con
stantly on hand, a large supply of our celebrated
' Black Horse" brand of Whisky as pure an article,
and always at at low a price as can be had in the mar
ket. je24-tf J. A. INSLEE A Co.
CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE!
Wholesale aad Retail, Souilieast Corner of Main and
II. LEE It & A II HOG AST,
KF.KPrnn.Lnllr on haud llin very beat MIHSOI'RI AND
VIRGINIA TOBACCO; bNl'FF ol all qnullllral KMlV
MNO TOIlAI'i: . le.isrir nil R KU ALIA, fill NCI I'K,
MKI.fca; 4 COMMON C1GAK--i.d every articl luaally
kepi la Ihcir llm. Ayi''r al iht ol llw
lnnroYenent in Antagonistic Dentistry.
DR. S. II. ANDERSON vyould respectfully
inform the citizen of Hannibal and country
tsptcially, that he it inserting teeth on an im
proved plan, which, for its adaptation to the
functions of maatication, cannot be turpassod.
Dr. A. will guarantee to any person who wants
a set of teeth let tlieir iawt be ever to irrei;-
Lulnr or budly deformed from the lost of them
aim sosorjiiioti iimi no win muue tiiem a tut
that will antagonize or shut together us regular
ly and at perfectly the first time they are put in
the mouth, without any grinding or altering, at
their natural teeth ever did. Any person a. uh
ing evidence of this, if they will cull on Dr. A.
he wiil ahow them aeverul entire upper mid
lower act right here iu the city, and let them
judge for lliein.elvet. Particular attention
given to the treatment of all disease of the
mouth, and the mul-position of the teeth.
All operations warranted, and charge reason
able. N. B. Persons from the country sanling
work .done, and being unnciiuuiuted with the
Irut vifrili nnd i.'.t of the Dentist in this city,
woum uo wen to inquire Here m the cily, where
they nre both known.
Oflioe over Uritliiigham' Drug Store.
Notice to Country Merchants.
WOODMLVS CELEB IU TED SOAP.
'1 HB uluerMiMs sr. mnm pr..reil in .incur, orders 0r IM
X celrbrMiid tiililr .il iluiwcuc et:oji4ticy in an, uuttuiitius
end ! Mis tinrii uuiirr o
T iIiiimi wka are nnar.jnalntr wit Iu rvropN ill.., we will
..'MIimciui tm tyawa mill lill lif vsasl Ubir, au4 l Irw
.rriHied direction, for uae errnmpanvliif ear a packaie.
Adilri'M UOIIH.MAN St It'l l IK,
J, bit, BU tiwrka .Uucl, In or Third,
atl'Vliu HI. Luua, Slu.
FEBRUARY 10 1853,
CAPT. A. S. ROBARDS, formerly of
the Slate of Keutrrky, having taken
the Brady House in Ihe City of Hannibal,
Mo., for a term of years, would respect
fully solicit a liberal sharo of Public patronage. He
would not make any extraordinary promises, but he
wishes so to conduct the House, as to make it deseivt
the patronage which he hopes il will receive. Having
a general acquaintance through this and the adjoining
Stfles, he will take pleasme in communicating such
information to travelers as they may deaite; Hannibal
being the point of embarcation, for a large portion of
Ihe (ravel lo and from the country bordering on the
If He will al all limes be prepared lo accommodate
Ihe travelers with horses, carriages and wagont, Ac,
at meant of conveyance to any distant point
April 7th, 1802. (aprfMf)
Main street. Hannibal, Mo.
flMIE subscriber hat permanently located iu this cily
X and is always prepared to repair watches, broken
i.urelrv.Ate.. in IIim mnt wnrkmnnlilt matuiAi-. biwI nti
the moslresotiable terms. He has n ow on hand, and
ousiamiy ici-riving iiru niijifiurs oi me iiuusi mm
most fashionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks. Ac. from
the best importing houses in the east. Hit stork is
unsurpassed by any other house in the cily, and those
who give him a call will be satisfied with his bargains;
hf !Tf.r. aroal imltir.mplit. I n niipnlin..H
The citizens of Muion and Halls counties are re-
spectiuiiy invited ic give me a call, store on Main
street, opposite Ihe "Great Western "pt5
liiul reepived ill ..lilifinn In h i. frti mni iln.lf s .im
ply of Ear Rings, Pius. Ac. Also a very line lot of
Jet Kar Kings, new style, bmith'i ISew York Gold
rent warranted a very fine article. Oct 24.
The Arrena Mill
TS now in full operation, and will buy all tho Good
Wheat and Corn offered for tale at their Mill. Wt
keep on hand the best article of Superfine Family
Flour for aale, or we will exchange Flour for Wheal.
We will always aell at low or lower than Quincy
t lour can oe nau ot tne tame quality.
S3" Call and examine for yourself.
A. S. ROBARDS & SON.
Hannibal, June 3, 1852-tf.
Let her Thunder!
Two Candidates in the Field,
COLLI NS & II UE ED
AVE NOW ON HAND and for sale at theii
well selected slock of new
Fall and Winter Goods,
Embracing, in part, as follow :
Cloths, Cassuneies, Vesting, Winter Tweeds,
Kentucky Jeans, Handkerchiefs, Satinets,
Silks, Alpacas, Moits. de Laine, Ginghams,
Calicoes, I.inseys, Flannels, Irish Liueu,
Bl'ch'd & Bro. Domestics, Bed Tickings,
Shawls of all kinds, Gents' Cravats and Gloves,
Swiss and Hook Mu-.lin, ladies' Dress Goods,
Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps, Glassware,
(jueeutware and Groceries, &.C.
In addition to Iho. above, wc have various other arti
cles, too nuuieroiia to be mentioned here. Great care
ha beeu taken !o select the best styles, and special
i aiieiiiiou r.as neen pain lo ouyitig mem cneap, wntcti
I will enable us to sell I hem as low as any other house
in this section of country. We return thanks to our
friends and the public generally, for the palionage so
liberally bestowed on us, and hope by strict attention
to the old maxim of " Small prolits and tpiick sales,"
I to merit a continuance of the same. As we make no
charge lor showing our goods, buyers may lind it to
their advantagu to exa l ine our stock before purchasing
elsewhere, please call and examine for youtsclves.
November 25, J8.VJ. nov!3y
New Cigar and Tobaeco Store !
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS
LEKIt A ARDOGAST are happy to inform their
friends and the public generally that they have se
cured a room m SHOOT A DAVIS' r.ew building,
(and win open in a lew uaysj lor I tie purpose ol es
tablishing a ISranch of (heir business, w here they will
be prepared to fill all orders in their line, as cheap, if
not cheaper, thLn any other house in the city. They
havejusl receiver!, per stc-aiuer St. Paul, a choice se
lection of Tobacco, Cigais, Smills, Pipes,&c, Ac.; and
they ran truly say their slock of poods is Ihe largest,
best and most complete assortment everotfered in lian-
The following comprise a part of their Brands:
10,000 Kl Sol Regalias;
5,000 La Union do.
S.nrai !. Palnina do.
6,000 La Norma;
20,000 Juslo Sauz Priocipes)
15,000 Common Regaliasi
10,000 Half Spanish;
20,IKMI M elect
Virginia Chewing Tobacco.
Wm. Hate's, Jerse Dare's, James Thomas', and Setb
D.J. Garlb'a No. 1; Henderson's No. I; Buckner't
No. I; Jamison's No. I; Dansman't Cherry Juice Ho.
1; Mullet! At Harris' b Lump.
All of which we will sell low for cash.
focl4 LEER A ARBOGA8T.
Received A new lot of Imperial Cigars.
This invigorating tonic, and anti-dispeptic iu bottles
and for salu by dec30'32 J. A. INSLEE & CO.
I waut Everybody to Uead This.
IAVILL merely any noiv AiK''F
that I have moved my w'-'S5f'5a
Family Crtreery und Flour
Depot to South-west corner of Main und Hird
streets, wnere l snail do pleased to ce my old
friend, new customers, littla children, ladies,
'and the rest of mankind.' I have a great many
tifary thinjrs to sell for tho comfort und conve
nience of fallen humanity, such a groceries,
spice, -wash tub, wash boards, scrubbing
brushes, broom, soap, caudles, and tar; together
with a grout many things that I have not got I
I uUo leep butler, eggs, und corn meal, when
they are lo be had; but I hlway have the ro
nowned Eagle Mill FLOUR acknowledged
by till to be the best article ever old in Hanni
bal in fact, 'it can't bu beat.' Everybody call
and see me; I'm in a Jiurry this morning no
time to talk. Ciood bve till w e meet.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
r .Ywr.na am ........... . .
A-(fin.'ir.rn n .y u ii r.iti il ANIo coming to Han
nibal with the intention of selling wheat and buy
ing Hour, would do well to call and see u before efl
itig or purchasing el.ewliere. Uetiiemher the big stone
Mill on Bud, belweeu Main ami Third streets. Oiv
us a call. . A. S. ROBARDS SON.
IT N. B. Our Ilottr it t ild nowhere el.ne but at the
Mill. Jiveiy sack and baifel is branded with our name
on il I i
InovlJ 'A. S. UOBAKDS & SUN."
THOMAS M' DAN N OLD,
Attorney at Law,
HAVING totaled himself at HANMflAL, Mo.,
will practice in tho Court of Common Pitas, at
Hannibal, Ihe Circuit Courts held at Palmyra, Parit,
New London and Bowling Greemin Ihe Supreme Court
of Ihe Slate, and in tr United States Circuit Court.
' . J I. . t! I A H.I
truthce on oast suit oi main, ueiween Dim
Hannibal, Aug. 38th, 1851 at)g28tf
NO IIUMHUGE11Y ! ! !
rp B. STEVENS, opposite the City Hotel, hat jutl
X. received, in additidh to his formr stock, the
iargrst assortment of Jewelry ever brought to Hanni
bal. He invites his customers to call at the above
establishment, where they will always find the richest
and most extensive assortmentt of Wttchea and Jew
tlry, Silver ar.d Plated Ware, consisting in part of Gold
and tMlver I. ever Watches, lirraitiiins, Kairmgs, rin
ger Rings, Pencils, Lockets, Gold Fob, Vest and Guard
Chains, bracelets, Gold and Silver Spectacles, Card
leases, Mlver loinus, lea rots, t.asiors, Ltinlle sucks
Accordeon, duns, Shot flags ami I'ouches.
U"Good Watchrsof every description carefully re
paired and w arranted lo keep time il well used or the
money returnee tnarvuu
tTJ T? A n
Wholesalo QK and Retail.
lslalii aireet, llannlbnt, Ifo.
L. T. llltlTTIMllllSI & Dilo.
AKE now oli'ering Drugs cheaper than ever ottered
in Hannibal, and will sell lower than any other es
tablishment in the city. We ask the citizens and coun
try merchants to call and examine our drugs, and tee if
they will not compare with any in any cily.
A LARGE LOT OF 8X10 GLASS,
For talo at rBL" tC tg wcua dollars per
Box, by myly L. T. BRITT1NGHAM A BRO.
E. M. M0FFETT,
vTlioletale Grocer and Commluion
CORN ER LEVEE AND HILL STREETS,
November S3, 1852. t4y
MOPFETT. STILL WELL k CO.,
IVo. 11, Locust t., (I'p Stairs,)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
JUST received, a further tupply of Byars' LON
DON POUTER." For sale by
oc7 J. A. INSLEE A CO.
TURNER'S EMPIRE CIGAR STORE
Mny tie hntigln every viiriely nf
TOH it t O, CU.AUS AM SMTF,
Clienper thnn at anv mlier hiift In llie ctlvt
TOBACCO AT THE MANCKACTI.'KKIl'S PltirKS:
Anil II will be lo Ihe wlvariiuue ol" urcliasera rninciiiber Dial
No Cigars made by apprentices !
Remember ihe place one iIki- l low the corner of
Hill, ou Malts atreet, Hannibal, Mo.
n n m ttt f. r o i a r. row.3
OVEU WM. II A WHINS' STORE.
H ANNIBAL, MO.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS art now receiving the fol
X lowing superior brands, which they oll'iir to dealers
and others at as low prices as Ihey can be had in the
State: " Otard, Dupuv Av Co.," " Pinei, Castillon,"
" A. Seignette," Bou'vet Jeune," &c.
I J J. A. INSLEE 4: Co.
I EMON SYRUP, of supi'rior riualily, for sale by
ly J'i J. A. INSLEE Si CO.
R. W. () LI1MIAN T,
I ii, Si, VhurlcH At.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Particular alttnlitm paid lo ilisca.sen of Ihe
JBl3WJI3 .. JBJJJBtaVta
C1LARET. in cases for table ii, for sale low by "
J'l'v J. A. INSLEE & CO.
The Cheapest ever Offered
Bl U" .Ii. Ttjax rau vrnn
J. P. RAYIUTIfW
TTTE are selling our goods oil at such prices as will
- . '.-.v.na nniiuii t;ouu io uuy moie goons
for less money Ihari was ever done before in Hannibal.
Our stock of gnoils is complete in
ALMOST EVERY VARIETY
common to uses and w ants of every person. All we
want is a call to convince the people of these facts. I
purchase my goods for cash, and at very low lates.
SELL VERY CHEAP.
Our slock consists in articles as follows:
Hoot and Shoe, all kinds;
Qticcnsware very lute style:
iioiiung cm to ni;
of all If in ii anil varij.fi..
Cash paid for Wheat top of Ihe market.
Our customer will always find WAf. P. OWSLEV
ready to wait on them.
Remember the store, J. P. RAYBURN, Commercial
Row, (opposite th Biady House.) (uiyb-tf)
SARDINES, in half and Quarter cases, for sale by
Julys JA. INSLEE fc CO.
PO PURCHASE 1MMED1A TFL,at titer Chtap
1 Cak Sltirr. rill llir.l KAturatfi, M.I.. ....1 'i'l.:t
-, -.- . .'.win , 1 1 ' i Kuril
ritreets, "i 11 .'Miiirr," llie lnlowui
the HIGHEST market price wil
the very lowest cash price i
600 Dozen pairs of good home kt
'.i cles, for which
n aid fn goods, at
: Socks, lor Men,
Jioyt a'ln t lltlUren 1
300 Dozen pairs of good home knit Stockings, for Lt-
100 Dozen pairs ol good home knit Gloves and Mit
tens, for Men ail Boys ;
200 Pounds of goo. Home-tpun Knilling Yarn, M
2,500 yards ot good olue, mixed and Brown home-made
liOtJ yards of good plaid home made Linsey, Bright
t 'vloi (
1,000 yards of good white bome-mtde Linsey i
bOo ' ' Flauuel;
l.tKH) ' Flax Linen;
I00 " " ' and Tow Linen t
In addition lo the above, 20,000 man, women and ch(
dreu, CASH. PURCHASERS," lo buy goods at an
advance of ten per cent, upon Si. Louis " VV HOI E
SALE PRICES." to fella S. M. MOO UK.
1 ()() BOXES CANDY OF SL'PEHIOR QUAI,
J VV 'l Y assorlil vatiolies just received, and lor
sale vciy low by (ag5-U) J. A. INSLEE k CO.
Book and Job Printing-,
TIAHn, -JAN CTu AMD DJU, AW'-Eiri'A:
II4IIIJ!.J. JOI'HNAI. Attn CMOS,
i iiii.I.3 I,Alll.U,
n . . CAM 1)8, Ac,
rrinlml in good style, and tifian reasonablo irrtna.
!0lONlU.KMEAS, Pro. .
I UtbiKTylitlUNCE, APPLE and PEACH BR.VtV.
MES, lor talo by , w
J-ljfi J. A. INSLEE & CO. '
SHERRY, Port, Madeira,and wtet Malaga Winotu
of tuperior quality, for sale by
texi-i: .1. e). ir t.w.V. tr M.
AISINS A lot of tuperior M. R. Raisins, lor s.IV
a raoi a a .. ....... . w
Df IJUiysj i a iXi&L.r,fc. tk CO
L1MK! LIME 1 1 LIME 111
THE SUBSCRIBER, will keep constantly on htner'
fresh burned Lime, for tale at the corner of Hill''
and Sixth Streets.
tl" Those in want of a good article of Lime would
do well to call on P. J. WILL ,
Hannibal, August Bth, 1852-lf
Iti'iswerf owoMlne te Aet of Onnsrvs, In (he yat
lHtl, bj J. B. UOI'nilTON, M. D , In lb. tl.rtf.
Offlo of th. Milrlri Court fcr tbt KiUrm
IHatrtct ol rmwrlvsala.
Another Scientific Wonder!
- GREAT OURE FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepnrrd from Rennet, or Hie Prirth tlnmsrli of ihe n, tfW
direction ot tlarun I.li-btt,the treat riiy.lulogical Clierain,
by J. H Hnuithlon, M. D , Plillailelpliln, Pa.
"I IlKJKST." oucli Is Iht true ineniilnt or l lie wnrf Pirara'.'
It I. lli duel elrniein, or ,ii'ldii'iliii principle ot Hit Ciaitris
Juke llie snlvenl nf lire tiwd, Ihe purlfylni, preai-rvlnt, an4
ailrtiulatlns atem of Ilia aturnach and Inte.ilties. It la estraaiat 1
from the dlffl.tlva itomaeh of the or, ihlis furniing a iructi-'
tntlve fluid, praeleely like Ilia naiaral Oaairlc Jake la lla '
clKUiieal power., tad I'uruldilnf a complete and perl act subt. '
lute for It. '
Tin. It Natnre's owe remedy for an nnhealthy roniar?li. No '
art of man can equal lla curative powers. It enntalna no slea
hoi, bitters, arid., or aauaeous drusa. It Is citrrmety atrt nblt
to the taate, and mny he taken by llie moat feeble patlenta who
raanol eat a water cracker without Ihe most acute dlftrcaa
Deware nf druered Imitations. Pritain I. ut a drug
Half a tea.nuunful! of Pepaln Inftid la water, will dtfet ar .
dliaolve Ave pouudt of roa.l beef Iu tlKnit two hour., out uf Iba
ftclentltlo ETlrletira t ,
S3T The (clrntilir evidence upon whirh this remedy Is liaard
is In the btthevl desrea curloua and ramarknhle.
CD on the agent and eel a descriptive circular, grails, giving
a lar amount of ac-lanrlnc evidence, rVoiu Llebls'a Aalnial'
Clieiulitry; lr. Ouintre'a Phy.liikigr nf lllge.tiou Dr. Pererra'
on FikhI and Dlell Dr. John W. Draper, nf New Vork t'lilver-
ily; Prof. Duiiallaou's I'hyalnlngy; Prof, ailllninn, of Vale'
Colleriei Dr. Cariienter's I'liy.lolouy; txc, lugvilicr with repurts
of cures from all pun, of the United Hlarea.
Pepaln In Klnlil audi 1'owrler. ,
fir. Hone IikiiCs Prpi la prepurrd In Powder nnd In Fluid
Form and In Prescription viala for llie uienf riiyatriaus. The '
IMiwdcr will be arm ly mall, free uf jKisiage, lor one dollar
ent lo llr. Hniicliron, Philadelphia.
OT OI"KRV E I'll IH Kv.ry hurtle of the fi-nulnn Pep.lt '
hi-nra the wrlttr n aicuaiuie of J H. llnuehtnii, M II., ante pro-.
prielor, IMiituih-lphla, I'a. Copy-ri:lil and Trrfde Mark aircurad.
Hold by all dnu'cint. and dealers ill medicines. Prise,!)?!!
DOLLAH, per holtle.
T. L. IlltlTTINCIIAM fe II HO., llnnnlhal,
aurSA ly Wlnilmale und Hnlall Agents,
Fresh Arrival of
The first of the season just received by
HA WES & ARMSTRONG.
We are pleased to announce to our friends,
customer, and the public generally, that we
tare just opening one of lite largest and moat
beaut il ul stocks ot gorxls, direct irom the r.asU
ern Cities, ever brought to this market, to which
we very respectfully call your attention.
Our stock, in a few day, will be complete,
consisting of lil'k English, German, and French
cloths; lil'k und fancy cassimcrcs and satinets;
worsted silk and satin vesting, bl'k and col'd;
jeans and tweeds; blankets und blanket coats;
red, yellow, green, blue, and white flannels;
spotted do; table towels nnd bird's eye diapers;
Russia, huikaback, and Scotch diapers; Extra
bl'k and bro. table linens and cloths; crashes and
Splendid ossorlmcnt of ladies ' dress goods;
plain and fig'd bl'k alpacas; plain, changeable
and lig'd do; plain English and French merinos;
fig'd do; beautiful patterns of all wool delaine;
plain do; rich fig'd and plain brocade silks
bl'k and fancy colors; plain, changeable and Ian
cy lined silks; Hrilif.li, French and American
j prints; brown and bl'k muslins, all grades; do
no slieeling; ISenntil ul I ronch piano and tablo
covers; do double dumask do do do; plain and
barred swiss muslins; plain and barred jaconet
and cambrics; white nnd col'd tarlelons; white
and col'd crape and crape leisse; Croon Hcrnge;
bl"k laue veilr; demi do; fancy col d do, bl'k
white und col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents;
Ladies silk gloves (kid finish); bl'k net mill,
every description; silk, woollen and cotton ho
siery. A large und beautiful lot of bonnet,,
tafiita, and satin Ribbons, together with a great
variety of notions to which the attention of the
LADIES is solioited. Ladies, Misse und
Children's goat, calf and kip shoes. Fine last
ing and kid gaiters and half-gaiter. Hood,
buskin and slipper. Men' und boy' boot
and thoet of every quulity.
Glass and Queensware, Groceries &c., all of
which we are offering very low, and will try to
make it to yotir interest to trade with us. (Jive
u a call before purchasing. 'Ti a pleasure,
and not a task, to how good.
Your respect fully,
HA WES & ARMSTRONG.
N. B. We wish to buy country jeune, lin
ey, woolen ocks, beeswax, feulhert, bacon,
lurd, dry hides, rag carpeting, &c. II. & A.
Smith & Dick's New Family Grocery,
on Market street
THEY lake this method of informing the r,lizens
of Hannibal and vicinity, that Ihey have opened
a new family grocery store on Maiket street, initiimli.
alelv north of tlia mar-bui lim.... ti.ul. i..ti,.t
keeping all kinds of Groceries suited to the retail trade.
e inn ou Keeping on nanu all Kinds oi mam tunc, snu.
will be pleased to see our friends al any time whaii Ihey
want any lhiiiK in our line. We have, and will conti
nue to keep Kresli Meats on hand during Ibe winter
Season. As Wa huvw Hia I.abI nnnnrlnnini nf mirrha.
sing Fowls, Vegetables, &c, it w ill be lo every inau't
inierem to call ana examine, be I ore purchasing else,
where, as we will have everything that ran b on.
taiued at the market houte during Ihe day.
ov21lf SMITH iL DICK.
The "People's Store."
Once More !
I WISH every body and tny old Friend Particular,
ly, to bear in mind that I am Now Jteceiving
New Stork of
. SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD,
ar.d us I cauuot say as much ubout them,, here, at I
likt, I with you lo call at the above Store, which il
and is opposite ti the "STREET" and I shall lake a
(tieul deal ol pains lo explain, how appiopfial Ihey
ate lo your wauli, and how very
i it C3 M K KjJ S9k. 9 9
(which I can ptovo llieie, heller than on paper, for it
it Ihe easiest Ihing in the world, to makt goods cheap
on PAPKM.) and al.oinany ollr.i things, tuo tcdioutlo
uieution, in this plie.e.
Uemeiulier the "People' Slorr" Couiuierciul BoWr
Nuir Ced. WM. F. KERCIIEVAL,
J (uprl-ly) $csxr'
ClltiARS luTiboVi CUBA b's,pnt rerened ail
J fwr sale by jelJ-ll J J. A. lNblXU C. -
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