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1 e J -W'i I I L I J Jl. WL sWIII1 ' HIP l fVom IAs St. JoHk Ourl GKXAT PlCmO HILB01D-1IXW fJLU. - (Uoncluuerj.) i me It would pass throuffh tha rioh and tilout valley of the Greut Salt Lake, and suing a course South of that Lake, it would ! llio dry bed of the great inlaid Sea, whloh f'rtru tho Great Basin, by way of the rich Val Iof Fount sins to the head of tha Humboldt) tea down llio Humboldt totho southern Or. M re.ul; thence by Mud Luke and through I Sierra Nevada by JVuMe't Pols,' into tho craminle Valley. 1 ' Prom the Colorado to the Great Basin, at tho t em of St. Joaeph and Buchanan county, on thli moat Interesting aubjeot a aubjeot, indeed, paramount to all other . ,, '. i Vary respectfully, your friend, W. CLAUDE JONES. NoataaattCataa lUitaoAn. Y have leoo lad into error in etallng that arrangementa have been Itilde with oaalern oapltaliali, which af fectuully secure tha aoratleUon of thia road from Quiney to Meredoaia, in tho eourao of tha next eighteen month. From an artiole in the Quin ey Whig of Juno 80th, wo aeo that Mr. Hush nail, lalelv returned framtha C.itv of New York. 'lqLiko City, tho country ii in many placet (etales tlial (he Direoteri of the Quiney and Chi. aim susoepuuie or. cultivation, in lite ongo noaa are anxtoua tor lh cernpioiion 01 ino unogat group cr tha Wahsatch mountain! branch to Meredoala, and though no binding ar are many deliirhtful valleys, with flue ' raneement haa beeu entered into for Una objeot, ea iind good water. :yet all thoie interested are determined that it lere are but few obstacles to the conetruo- shall be conatruoted at an early dart and that an 4t tho raJ, and from the Salt Lake City to arrangement aa effectual aa that mad in refer ass mine Sierra isevada. bavond Mud.enre to the ether branch to Ualoeburirh, will the plain ia, with but few exception, una tie made by neat epring, which will place ita ken level. Then commence! Noble' construction, beyond a doubt. Thua it will be by wLch you enter the rioh Valley cf the etn that for final aucaeta thia project depend imentd wnhout perceiving that you have Upon plana yet to be matured. The road may ltd thof Sierra Nevada, ao gradual Is the ele bo completed in the time mentioned, ur it may ainlflcscent. not. Jacksonville (111.,) Journal. ?im iIInimiiiiI fb vmil luita .tnwn 111 VlI i I I . . .., f the lacmmcnto, through the heart of the!, raoaaata ihfajct cidc i esieruay a soma r,ta mln,.I unci i rirK n.i..s.. lo a were passinz through tne oaaeraeni 01 "I I ' - " v......j .w wiM'.ia,, . - , -v - ,-!.. ... Metier P ace for ita teruiiiiiia IhenSan;"18 ou" m.oi.on Mamet tireoi, uie.r auen. C1KC(1 ' ,W 1 " hVlalVkCU W am flVH jNI jieiwe mi roke ia more direct, and much ahorter coverea with a piece i Heavy ther proposed iifroBi Si.ieseuli. or Kana DliDtf if Sill :itifian akrtiif e ak A m !..U lium.-ediid thirty miles. . .. . iroin us abearance, nau ueon uicr jiroua.yiwo ltwo.li lem-fTi si larger pobulatibll than any w"ki- Coroner Urown was sent tor and an ..ikn i ilu ...,i.i i.. . n.....:. .:. inquest waa held, but no clue elicited to the man- f1 I. hartlf commerce in the Atlantic, Middle.?" !n bedy waa placed there.-fSl. H f'J VtiLrn State, which would pour forth a ''" N,wl,. uao i mr prouuoir ana monuiaciurea on The prom l)ie phnyr. Whig, coaabf Asia, and return, bearing the riohen, Hied gemi gJli, apicea and ailka of the eaat. , It . ... , T. ivir woul pi. thLgh a country where there are , f ".tej JV 'ii.t t facilieV'fcr th.on.tructio.i of a railroad a ,1 1' H MAN, ben., ml . 0 tl year r coutrr with soil and minar.d.. nnd r.n.hl- or,1'1 "K Uar long nl eavcro illness, Whic.l Wtnj producing population, ii would w"borne. ,,,h Y'? wn rr,,u,Ie Iktalgicnl rtTeet in I.Oeloping the resour-' ' " ' eet ' U " 4 "f" f Mt greut West and p.oplinffthe cteen, Che.terf.eldcoun y.Va., from whenco ho em - gritieu to neiiiucKy in ioi. uunnj a ,ui tU nce of more than thirty years in AiUir county of that Stale, where ho was one of tin- most li'HIIII'I'JJIIUiaigPl.'ll )..Jltt-.JL.ULl''L' LlU-i-li-gl? . r. UTTSIAH. w. Mi HTTSIH, P1TTMAN & BROTHER, ImnorttM aad vhollo lifr to STAPLE AND FANCY DRY-GOODS, Na 7, Main St., ST. LOUIS, MO. June 9,153. . (jeBwIy) UU lllllll jMch is I h rc Atian any act, and much ahorter corner, ai.a coverea with a piece . heayy 1. the distance- Vein 10 'l'nd eeoured further, wilh isap to Benioia on tht ' hcv? On onamng tl the ye.el was out one luousand; eiKht contain the body of an inf.n , which ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICC NOTICE ia hurrby (ivm that tha ui.JTl(tnnl ad ministrator ha obtained from the Clerk ol tha Rail County Canrt, la vacation, let tars of aUinlnl'r- tion, with tba will annexed, npoii the eitst ol' JOHN KICK, aectssrd, braring ilata July 4th, lHtt. All ptrton bsvlnr deintnils atainit id etta. are reiuireil to txhibit thcro lot allowance, within out year Irom tha d its or said ItttfM, or they may be pre cluded liora any tanrlt or sid estate, and it' such rliion art not exhibited within three yeara tbey will oaioraver oar red. (jyl3w4l) CIIAULF.SRICE.Adin'r DON'T HEAD THIS I T7r. tb andrrsigiicd, havinr uifdCilssK. Filley's V Catbratd -CHARTER OAK" "AIR-TIGHT" Cook h-g Stove, Manufactuied by t'illey of St. Louis, u sold riy . C. W. BRYAN, Of nnnibal, Mo., Tale pleasure in rrcoiumtndiiiK thrai to the publi a sirlorin point or (liall.ernnnmy of riHl,rAnviiirnre and ear of rrpulalion, to uy Air .Tight Cook titova wnirn we ov avar sarn uii. (.7d.y.) Lime for Sale! I linve lime for snle, of n. Fine White Quality, And will null it Very Cheap for fn?li, At tho lima kiln formerly oceutirJ by Pat rick J. Will 11.11 street, llaimibnl, Mo. myi r53d3m JOHN U. CEKKY. lie greut West and peopling the grcon, n priuric ana beautiful valleva lowardn ng aun. ...I.!.., ... .1 t l Kiaiiu uiifc wo siiuiiiu iiiuiv uur . . . i a i . , ccnccntrate our atrenath. without I-,. """":' ' ri. gs or party prejudice., ll reM. on '""J.11" ml," V. ' . ,aru;,M:",,0, death, and mingle their sjinpatliir with his a flicted family in their severe brevmeut. Uc wua endowed by iiatura wiih a atrongmul go. rrous intellect, utui wilh hih and nublt; iii hI aus, and in all the endearing rrlution ur litV waa unsurwssed tnnkinir u wnrm and trm . a a . bki' CiLl r -IP rw till i lotiy eround above nirtv xbovo d towering over all aolfish cousidera- It il a eubjccl in which we should pan iiieit by one stroke of policy, group lha 9 ono view and boliohl thaia linked by f- I'and a pathway of commerce from .,. !.... ...I ;..l. .r ..i.i i --t.. . ii Itriend. a devoted hubuiid, "kind and l Kiivui.i iniiir wiiu ruuoi uciiciu io an a , , ti m wl.ii h th nutrioi ahould h- ho.rJ u..fecUo..ete father, and a Renrnui neighbor. I ts J people, a. well ua the brawling ima.,""." w' U tl P.W f 1 ... ..P i.iulA.s aatwl ta-titl. nlul filP rnnfit Irijn l-eaalllt ,wl.o rulea it u a hobby in puruit of vl J"," " , j ' 7 ycurs no waa n pious ura uctuiu mcinocr oi ute indicated, I am oonfident ia practi-. iUtL 1 n.n" U"UI c,i' ... .... , lluvo traversed it my.elf rrora a point'. Vur,ntf nv t.L T P ia 0 the head of the Republican fofk to hc ,M; ?" on eU !'V very twiiere it divergea rum the HumbJldt. , "" , . "! .", . " , , , ." ",w rough the mounUma in the aiunmer ."7 , ; . T. V in. .i. n i.-. i.i: , leDt ies, and dcaply apinpalliise with hia bereav &iiuinii auu siiina .... - - - - - New Scientific Books. rPRAXrWJSK (IN KAlLliOAU CMYKS. The L KirlJ a 1 1' tattm o.il Cuciilar I'nrvea. KM.KT ON THK MISSISSIPPI AM) OHIO R1V Its ; I he J'lachciiiiltly ol lmptovihr ihe iNvi. ratixii. UtJ.ICtuN AND nror.OGY, by rW. lli chccek, a n'W woilt l i hritl it at in'i"iot. ST) AMD'S HKAUY HKCKONF.R. NINKVAH AND IIS RKMAINM by I avard. AUo TRAVKLS IN BtiYI T AND PALlISllNFi a ii' w work by J. '1 hninpiou, M. D. Kir li t llmi'i-w UooU Siuit in Coniu ririal Ruiv. July I-.'.!:! D.k. U A KM AN. K!KU)'S M'RiP COOK Mow Edition. l.iUrnrfi timi Mitllancois Scrap I look. CONSISTING of Tales ami A'ifc.lolf Ttirraii. itnl, lli"oiicl, Pa'riotic, Mo-al, Reliiiloiis, and Srntiiiiinal Fierrs, by William I i.-Kn. io r. rlitloui, and in llue and 1'otlrv. (.cmmrd Second (ditioii, uvin'it and no- 1X1 J -J LJgg"jB"yjii. ' III. 1 'I I. UiLMUimUi JOHN a THOMSON, W VTHOTJESALR CROCER. Kos. SO and 32 Herend si raft. nar Poll nffii 1833. , St Loais, Mo, . 1853. HAS In stare an it ia recaint of tao followlne aasi. rabla stock of Ctocarias. wbick ii orTarMd at ik. lowal tnailtat ratta Of prmnnt ray t f i i i .r i -1 . i ' ... ..... will nnus ii. u, ana cri-a sii;ar, Biaj BDIS el't'i ao, 1(MK pkga M . K. raisins, 3000 druasa Klrae Hits, ofl euka Zante currants, bu fiaila data, 50 eaks prunes, bO cases do, in (lust, 0U this B. 8. almonds, S3 do H. 8. &o,M do, 0.)bbls K.naliih lyalnuts. 9&docran nuts. 4000 keps nails, 4 Io6d,600 dobhidit and J I nsllt. 700 do tanre rioti, H and 10, 3a0do brad do, C, a and 10 ItM) do liishingdo.S.Bar.d 10, loodo wroazht lo. 7J do spikes, 4 to T in, ISObxs lafc, 4 to 14 ot do. bUO bags coiton yam, S00 do doim do, ISO baas white ea'prt warp, 100 do eol'd do 400 bales battinr, SuO do candle wick, ' 300 do wrapping twine, 500 bbla isacJtcral, 1, S3 tQi SiM) half bhls markerel, Nos. 1,1 and 3, ICO bbla roe berrlnea, bxs sealed do. AO ekl Knar, e o.lrVh, 5(1 do (iiand PnnJe da, lS00bxsrnl.lb, 100 lb each, 80 bblt No. I salraor. UOO cars Baltimore Cove oyntars, 10 eases sardines, wholes, half and qtartara, 60 bbla pecan nuts, 100 bora pea i mis, 1WH) bushels dried apples. 600 do dnvd peschet. AO bxs tut low randies, xOO bxs palm soap 60 bxl Olean snap, 200 do star candles, 50 bxs sperm randies, AO dn Castile saap, 300 bxs shavirg snap, I (X) eks Ronton salarates, Sin) bxs starch, V(ki bhls Wjlminirian tar, IS blls lime.d oil, 100 bxsrkornlate, 'JWI bxs fn ctackers, 50 krc bar lend, MX) bugs drop artnl, (H ,lo buck shot, 100 I resins ep and totter pnpr, :tiHKl.lo snapping do, 100 reams tea paper, 100 bxs lemon svrnp, 10(0 baaadalrynall,llHmdo(J. A do.SOOtU L. B'dn ao (lot t hoop buckets, son do 3-boop do, 100 dot hall buckeln,(Kl nests p't'd tub, J.V rsck, 100 dot fine wsih boards, 1M) bxs cloilnn pins, SSdaa wrll-bucketa, MOO bxs block matches, SOU bxs Knmati mstclies, 100 bhla oakum, V'OO hlils Imlter and water ciackrni, 100 do pitch, t 0 bbls rosin. S!5tl bxs clny piH'S. 100 do slona in, :.1 rases gls'd Turk pipe-brails, bbla pearl btil'y, '.'00 demljuliiis, I to t callous, HH) cks rice, 10 bbla split peas, 00 bxs Butili liulre, 100 bxs dmihle rclined s.ilseratos, lOratks S-otch ale. '.'.' hlils Mason's blacking. 51 Ohall bhls city and 1. S. II. inul.n.ca, fOO chests h'l I'.rien ai.il black tea, 400 bxs do d , lot) pks Kolden simp, 5H bxs Va. and M. lobaeei, 300 bxs cot smuk'g loOacca, too do cnt cliowini; do IdO bxa yellow bank do,)!.') no !".iaiiHhsiuuk,ji!o, 100 jars nlacabny unull', 2 bbls Scotch do, bO M regalia cigars, ill) Mpiincipc do, !") M 11 ivanado, 3iK) boxes melae do, ?0i) lioxos 'Cnbaaiid Ilav.ma ixt do, liiO I bis rider uiircar, 300 fcegs Title powder, J.i) Aots I'tixlii i ponil.T. lOii .-iwa camster iU, i million 0. 13. cm k, ln:j M IV rt a. tyiu, 5IHI br,i 1'i'l'lK'r. 10.1 ilo alsplce, 0c.im' . iiltnrgs, '.o bhls cloves, IA' Oiiiattacussia.SO hbls(td tl'ir, bags iaoo (ii a;or, 00 bxa inustarit, 50cni'ters muiaid,M) krg Knfliili do, 31 U bxs Ifi.deuvoo.lN iirVles,3oOdo pepporsauee, iH) bxs tiiuialt calMip, It) do Cayenne pepper, 1 '0 bxs axiuteJ cjii U . It) do rwVc do, '.'t'O has a-Miitril iuui.iI . pices, Ml ) bed coida, bOO roils M inill con:;'' asr e.l, 10 Ma tlux sew it.j; twiiie, jOiK) lbs liteom twina, 10 raufca nip UiaiMir, AO bhls alum. AO bhls coppeias, " do prinstoue, I cfc sulpbur, V bb!s chop logw-uod, AO bxs extract do, 100 raa.Vs cmb ao'la.ikefci iis-hlni!o, 10 bbN Uwoin anlin, Mil bxa bl.mfc ink, 1 casos white clialaV. i! blls wliitiiiff. b hlils putly. in 10 ..Mcis, S do camphor, tho Cherokee lorn Arkansas and Missouri. The cd fumilr. T. i that time we apparently unlrod We had aorue W wa- t.-m.:' is. a ,1'ito man. WANTED! . .. . i A n Annrvnticft la lha liirnmr Hiismesa. Annlv I J gins iiu arauoa our course without impediment. 0 r' T. BRICK ur dicul. U hal in view the practicability' (j0M2') Coruer of Main and Hill atreeis. I Lit cinsir tinjr, the Railroad, and particularly ! fliotcj vf feature of the country, and noted The? Shad J Side. Virm..t Ltiipe in a fournal. and 1 feel war- T1 K. GAKMAN, Cemmercil How,' haa iuat re- ranted in leVisscrltun thnt the route from the --' ceived thi nost deligtlul little book, which is cistorn be the ItobU Mountain, to th. western of the Sierra Nevada in the Sacra-otpi,., tc, muat not fail to read ilia -SSady memo vryiiwui noi preseni nan aa many, Side." lor warm weainar especially, and aa a oooa nhatiir-l:the route from Haltim.r1o Wheel. 1 for trsvelinp readiua, notkinf better oan be fo.,nd. in?, and 0 bl conatructed at much leaa oost. I "'r i' 'f . ,"h'w . rUinUm a....- a w pur "(ru 9 nil," nu um isreivrr mar "n u lnerJ. no national uio reauiii or u cf ltdon lnd profit. Well may it oe termed, I 1 nationa V ( ' -mclij'; sxhoirfdi" edTor pasaengera c I ! lortcdil fc ?1 y the egeuta' a I I Indik ' road in Tepair. 1 T fl'ft inetflr jl would Pot be fel .etw III a. a ana . ! is; aepi ana guarded tT national L il uut.an.al domain. ihnuLl h tht ha Ih iload Stock. Unon thia stork it 9,d endbuill sow. There will be 1 a(R,.' iii J raisin? mrntev an anr.h a aaeuri. c unas. , i hen iltnouia be under ontrol, and no more toll or tax or goads trans- nd amaloyees Thia would be felt as a burden, . wl In t f 0 incalculable bene fit a to the wl i(m of a book.1 CLOUDS AND bUNSHINK, a new work by the author of Musings of an Invalid, lua and Karnest, Fancies of a Wbuasieal Man. aic. For sale by D. K. CARMAN, jyliidlf At the New Book Store. Interesting to riawyers! WE wisb to diipwws et aa internal -oae-fourth ona-lhirdoi one-half la our New Steam taaw Mill (upright aaw) on Salt River. This Mill baa aa fine a location aa any . Country Mill in tha Statri being on Salt River, at lha point at which tha Hannibal and New London IMenu Road arouses it. ll ia sartounded by a tne rich nigh boibood, Improving rapidly, reqeiring vast amount ol Lnoiber i arm men onif it inuee iron naruiio! W V1 Ihe dancrer of mononoliat. Vfo from which, laree billa can be had at aood prices. 1 - .i.. I " . . 1 . r. :i:i:-r. .I.i.:.l.. . W - H. l ... A- r 1 v tU' 'V m for the benefit of the raw M sUr Cii.-..r .....,., '-' " -s. ' ,v. . . ,i . ar Blacx Walnut, Maple, alt aimls of Oak. &e., ere xp S I Jhe many, , They enrich the tct(M, Mad by any that MM. gait Kiver for .aim T toot 01 .ui .knrtW . th' x Pi' I -ca I It L. body ot .Ilia paoplo.- ijq nUt up, abounds with the tuobar just named He moneyed aristocracy, while I enerpiet or tb mass, for .wish the praat National Rail n the oontrol ot individuals, tert, oapitaliaU o monopolista r which will control the trade of I" --i--- ir growing oity irt (ha morninr, bpollod thua hastily te comply ! but .1 hope during the iuta . . . ., : .v- -.:: The Footpath and Uighwuy; or, TT r AMK.KlNl,3 of an American in G.eat Butaiii, V in IKA1 and By Kenjamin Moifan. This volume embodies (he obienat.ons or the anther, made diinnK ij;lit months wandirngs, aa a correspondent I'nr American Jtimala i and as he traveled much on loot, dltTeia eseiililly from those on the same coun tries, by other wi iters. New Themes for tho Protestant Clergy; CKKKDS without Chanty, Theolcpv without 1 1 it mainly, and 1'totestatili-ra without t'liri'tianity wi'h Notes bvthe Kditnrouthe Literaturaof Cha'ity, Population, rauperum, Political Kconomy, and Pro. tealaiiliaui. Ch urea: quention which tba boos dis cusses is, whether tha Cttnrrh of this ate ia what the primitive Church waa, and whnihcr Christiana both pastors and paonle are doing their duty. Our author believes not, and, to our mind, he has made out a strong caso. Ha thinks thoie is abundant room for reform at the prevent time, and that it Is needed aliojt aa much aa in ihe (lavs of l.ntlier. Fur sale at Ibe NEW BOOK STORE. jyiadtf JUST RECEIVED, And for sale at the "Lone Building'1 corner of Main and Bird etrrcta, AM. KINDS UK GARDKM SKKUS-Onion aela; Blue grass and timothy scads Clover seed by the hariel or bushel. A general assortment of Groceries, Wooilen ami Willow Ware, Brooms, Cotton Varus ( Cotton battiii. All kinds of Nuts. Oral, res, Ixmona, t igs, and a tiot ot articles not mentioned Here jl.tke wise, a thousand thlnr s that is not bare for sale. An, ions to sail all lor CASH UP AND THK MONK I DOWN. Like to lorcol one lliimt, the Karl Mills flour it hero tool uistisdtt' T. JACKSON. which can be at aaodarata nricea. Te a brat rate practical aawyar, ea vmanediete ap. fMicetion, we wiU aeit an interesl as above, on terms vary acceaaaaooaiing. sa oiner, man ainoroagn ea oeriaaced aawtcr. need anolv. CLAYTON . HAYS. . New London, Me., Jul IS, !. (JylJwtf) tTTbe Quiney Whig jplease copy to aiot of $5 aod aeod bid te !hia Oatce. ;"'l i'li .", "j7hTcTt7a. McDAOUx " TAILORING. JAKKt TBOKFSOX, as JOBK A. UTTSOS, the Ihna Kaa, Xarcbant Taylor, . . . HAVE associated theaasalvea tnpelhar fnr tha uipese of aarrying on lha TAILORING BUSl N 9 in ail its various brancaes. On .Main street, an door north of tb Breda House, end next door to (', W. Bryan's Stove Store, ' They hare and will keepffi best af Jurnevmen all tha line, and will F.xeeul Work aa Exptditioualy, as neatly ana aa fashionably aa they know how. W will aol say we will heel the man that makes the feihlens, but will say they will keep as near the pic luiea aa possible. Mr. Leniion haa tne largest, aesi ana cneapesl stocx of Clatba,.CSkimraVeting, Trimmings and Sum mer Goods, that Hannibal ever bad tba (q4 Kick la have in It. gJTGiva as a call gentlemen, reu are be nd to ba suited In rv"iad. at eiality of Goods. fiO Aegs sallpi'tii', iHii doi j rt-poivtei t, li cue'i uss'd pl.uii.i; eanl-, MHldvia brooms. It) bhli tni,ln i' oil, M baket iml.vl Oil, ?IK) innkitts limwn Jnva entf'e, N) bhls Jainaics, sl Situ bbla N. (I. u.ila.eH, biaitlocityaud La. S H d Ml bbls lf,poM aiidrniihrd angir, 1VA) baga liio crfen, 4ih) bags I.uuaxra coffee, I.IQI OHM. SCO bbla rectified whiaKV, Ml 'to Bourbon do, 100 bhls Miiuti.ihi'lii i(k, IS do rje do, 100 bbla Am. biandy, 10 do do iti. M bxs qu.irl tlaks, 3H) do pt o , nd hf pi do, l'.s lumlilen, nssM. ."0 do (;las decanters, CJ') txs rijtut jurs, At) reroons t. F. indigo, & cases .Ma li as imlio, 1 it J Manilla do, 100 bxs Wii.dow glas, 7xto lUxU, Barber's Shop. ri:rEU joiixso:,', RESrECTFL'LLY cfTora his servicet to th public. Ho keeps the best quality of ratort, iind keeps them thai p. lie will til way pay strict attention to cleanliness and neatness, lie cute nnd dresses hair in a stylo that never fails to plemse hia customer. As a knight of the scissors nd raxorlinyielda to none in Hannibal. Ilia charges are reasona bly low. As ho intends to continue fitting up and improving his establishment, as fast as his means will allow, he hopes to havo the patronage of the citizens of Hannibal, whose well known chief characteristic of rnerji), leals them to desire to seo everything n tho progressive inarch. Recollect il is the shop nearest to Hick man's Stove Store. It is on the west side, of Main street, trvo doors north of Bird street. (ap-23-d-ly) trAI Flour! Flour! -Flour! ' Arrena Mill. I FARMERS AND MERCHANTS coming to Ha. . aibal with the intention of aelling wheal and buy . ine flour, would do wall to call and sea ua before soil tng at tmrcneaina; tuawiicra, iwinnHiurt n Dieinnv Mill oa Bira, aaiweeu main ana tnirn aireme. uivo us a ceil. A. S. RO BARDS k SON. lT N. B. Our Flour ia ald nowhereolae hut attho Mill. Evaiy tack and barrel llbranded with our aaaaa "Vhlldtf " "A. S ROBARDS 1 !0 TJuUTa?i8iT tunai a 5$, iv --Ufa oi auuresinj ni wi 1 ate. i t . i ''