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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 March 1853

To intense thought and study. The next day he procured tt largo sheet of fino drawing paper, and after supper lie again betook himself to his room, where he drew out his table, spread hi paper, and then taking his case of mathematical instruments he set himself about his task. For whole week he worked every night till twelve or one o'clock, and at the end of that time his job was finished. He rolled his sheet or paper carefully up in a substantial wrapper, and hav ing directed it to the care of the stage-driver.to be delivered at its destination in the city of B- . ' To be Continued.) trom the Cincinnati Caztttt, HOOS PACKED IK THE WEST. (Continued.) INDIANA. lMt-'52. none. . Shtlbyvillf, utbeuwoou, none. Dunont, nne. Dublin, 2.300 Hagantown, soo Wilton, l68l Vernon, 865 Mount Pleasant, 4,647 Harrison ville, 1,400 Jaeksonburgh, 63U Williamiport, 4.77S Armiesbutgh, 2,525 .Montezuma, 1,675 Clinton, 8.500 Newport. 3,7(10 Peirysvile, 2.R6 Kditiburgti, 300 Laurel, 7,000 loganspoit, 5,300...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 March 1853

Kodmon, Ellen Ashton, the Author of "Susy L't Diary," &c, &c. Magnificent "original embellishments. For the beauty ot its Mewtotint Illustra tions, this magazine is unrivalled, while its line and stipple engravings are from the first Artists of the world. Colored embel lishments of rare elegance and indeed every thine that is novel, magnificent or varied, will be added for 1S53. The best ladies' magazine in the world. To complete its attractions for 1853, and render it the best ladies' magazine in tho worM,tht Proprietor has contracted for a mries of illustrated articles from competent hands, on horticulture, crochet-work, fash ionable embroidery, and new household re ceipts, more complete than ever vet pub lished in any periodical. These will rendor it indispensable in the family and to young Udies. Lastly, it is a Magazine ol pure morals. For this purpose immoral French trans lations, and all other exceptionable articles, hall be rigidly excluded. Its stories shall always ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 19 March 1853

7 OBRNAiL - J ML i3 DAILY. VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1353. NUMBER 6. The largest Family Journal in the United States, encouraged by the very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon his Paper for the 'last seven years, and believing that the great reduction ol postage will materially -aid in extending the circulation of the fa vorite family newspaper, has spared neither pains nor expense to make his popular .journal still more worthy of public patron age. He has just put up a new steam-power printing-press, which was manufactured to order with an especial view to improve the mechanical appearance of the Paper, lie has contracted with a new firm to fur nish a better atticle of paper than has here tofore been used. It is to be manufactured on Fourdrinier's machines expressly for "Scott's YVeekly Papur.' He has decorat ed the Paper with entirely new type, a new heading, and new vignette cuts, increased the widteof the columns, and extended the size of the paper. It I...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 19 March 1853

HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. terms, or TSi daily jourhal. la Advance . . $9 for three month. ti SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1853. O. CLEMENS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. LOCATION OF THE RAJXBOAD, The course pursued by the editor of the Blootnington Republican it traceable to one cause alone Hie fact that the railroad did not paw through hu town, to the perpetual injury at the interests of the road, and at an enormous present addition to tlitr expense of construction. The country around Blootnington is rough, and it was necessary to fall three miles south of that village, in order to obtain a good location. It is unreasonable to expect every petty locality to be accommodated, regardless of expense, dist ance, or property. The counties named by that paper have been 'virtually released from their subscriptions by the Legislature, and consequently the Company hat lost nothing on that score, by the course adopted by the Board of Directors. It is true that Macon hat paid her subscription; but the ma...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 19 March 1853

iron th Cincinnati Gaittlt, HOW PAOCXD in XHX WEST. (Continued.) ILLINOIS. 185l-'52. 4,000 24,400 650 17,5iK 1,100 2.8H0 1,400 3,000 I, 100 600 35,000 1,355 16,000 2,JS0 3.000 '900 8,378 2,678 rone. 3,400 1.51)0 4.2"6 II, 350 000 17,000 2,600 1,200 10,000 1,9.10 t9lkWflM(oW0. ' Beardstown, .'Kaoxviltt, Quiney, Lawreiicav'IU, Maples,' rExeter. Sfacernb, Btundersvllle Middletown, Alton, Ottawa, Ptkin, 'GMytvilU, Albion, Phillipstowa, ' Cinton, Kockport, New Cantoo, Barry, Nttsfield, Laeon, Haniy, 1'eoria, RiuhvilU, Frederick. Stniagfield, 0,tiawka, Warsaw tnd Hamilton, Monmouth, Galena, Mendocla, Fulton county, Chicago, Total, tquor-aro ttcform. J C,500 3,500 7,1)75 5,000 5,257 1,400 17,100 13,000 231,563 1S52-'5J. 1(1.000 37,700 200 15,000 2,650 1,157 630 3.900 500 none. 27,000 1,344 10.000 5,456 2,200 600 8 361 2.065 1,500 8.500 2.1 H 10 5,173 6,500 4,000 38,000 2,750 1.500 02.000 2,500 ft,300 7,000 H.400 6,000 2,000 3,000 1H.1U0 50,0J0 324,856 Front ihc St. Jostph Mvrnture. THE OX ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 19 March 1853

Rodman, Ellen Ashton, the Author of "Ousy L Diary," &c.,fc., &c. Magnificent original embellishments. For the beauty of its Mezzotint Illustra tions, this magazine is unrivalled, while its line and stipple engravings are from tlc first Artists of the world. Colored embel lishment of rare elegance and indeed every tiling that is novel, magnificent or varied, will be added for 1S53. The best ladies' magazine In the world. To complete its attractions for 1S.")3, tmd render it the best ladies magazine in the world.the Proprietor has contracted for a series of illustrated articles from competent hands, on horticulture, crochet-work, fash ionable embroiderv, and new household re ceipts, more complete than ever vet pub lished in any periodical. These will render it indispensable in the family and to young ladies. Lastly, it is a Magazine ol pure morals. For this purpose immoral French trans lations, aud all other exceptionable articles, hau be rigidly excluded. Its stories shall al...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 21 March 1853

llfWIHt lTOjf L.ii5 A:'.. Jo a ii,vi y ii DAILY. I) to 4 I K is D. t. VOLUME! I". HANNIBAL, MO.j MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1853. NUMBER 7. 'Th PuMiiher f covtt'a Weekly Papur. Tha Unrest Family Journal in the United "States, encouraged by the' very liberal pa tronare bestowed uwon hir Paper for the last seven years, and belie ving that the mreat reduction of nostaire Will materially aid' in extending thecircula tion of the fa write family newspaper, has. sp.ared neither pains nor expense to make n,s popular journal still more worthy of pu. c patron' ge. He hasjust put up a aew ste ai.n-power printing-press, "which was 'manufactured to order wun an especial -view 10 ru,B th mechanical appearance of 'the Paper, lie has contracted with anew firm to fur nish a better atticle of paper than has i ere It is to be manufactured n Pnnrrlriniev's machines expressly iror "Scott's Weekly Taper." He hits decora ed lh Paper with entirely new type, a new heading, and new vignette cuts, increased th...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 21 March 1853

4 HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. la AAvaaee, TEUH 07 THS DAILY J0UKSA1. MONDAY, t(, for three souths. 1L For. lbs Daily Journal. O. CLEMEN M ARC J, 1851. , EDITOR AKP foBUSHEfo j .... T&AXXTOKO FLAin KOAD HJUTTJCO. Pursuant to notice, a goodly number of (he citizens of the eountres of Pike and Rallt met at fraplford, preliminary to the organization of company',' or corporate body to build a plank r6ad Rom "Jr'tonC ia the couirfy of Pike, to ew London, in the. county of Ralls, .;. '( On motion of Dootor Jno C. Wellborn, seconded by Judge! Martin, Samuel C. Alison called to the -i chair, and John P. Fuller chOten Secretary . ' By request of the chair, Doctor J, C. WelboTrt etplained the object of the meeting, ir a neat and appropriate speech f a half-hour'i length. ' . ' After considerable , discussion, it waa agreed that the chair appoint a committee of twelve to meet the citizens of Rail and Marion counties, at the court house in the town of New London, n the fourth Monday in Maroh, 18...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 21 March 1853

l -n ! i KKLJT7ILLX AITD THB &0CAR09. I l' W tuhtkritaritV from ;al gentleman recently residlntr Wmfetirfte, that mucfi disstiUsTacUon exisls'oratmg jwKoh of tliB clUr;M:bf ttiat 'iilac, In regard to tho location of the Railroad. A' proposition had been' received from Qiiincy, offering to pee tlitm half way, in constructing a plank foad.-f: By aome thia was viewed favorably, and there Tyat talk of an organiatioa for tho purpoo.--Lagranga would find it to her interest to Up udra road, ishould it ever be built, and thuw materially reduce the advantage Qulncy hopes to derive front1 the 'project. A' plank "road to Quincy from Shelbyviile would to. forty miles long. A plank road eight miles long 'would connect Shelbyviile with the railroad, and at the point of connection, produce would be with in two hours of a beUer market thanQuincy. So convenient to thia market, the merchant! of Shelbyviile could afford to pay enough for pro duce and cell good cheap enough to pVevcht farmers from ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 21 March 1853

1 I I i fa .V linn- Godeya Lady Book 1 . - The ploMr ngnsinvNe. oIm; xlvi. Literary nd pictorial. thatowkVofi the Nation and Arts Unfon'Ot, America It! Immense increase of reading matter with out redaeing-the number of full page Steel engravings. II Is useless Tor the publisher of Godey'a ' Lady's Boolrto make any great parade of what tie intends to Ho. The work has-been- before ihe' public for twentv-three-years, -and it isa'well-knowitfact thal'the latter numbers of a year are always superi or Id the commenting ones, as he improves1 with 'the expense with which each month brings him, seizing every new feature of the day and' imparting It .to, his subscribers through the successive numbers of the book.. Nothing hot real worth in a puUicatbro couM be the cause of so prolonged anexis tentfe, especially ia the literary world, where everything i so" evanescent. Hun dreds of magazinrs have been started, and after a short life, have departed -wherr the 'Lady's Book" alone stands triumph ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 22 March 1853

fteaikX I J 1 .'. 1- " J1.' l'-'l.lg?Lll',i'J...1! - ..'.'l l.'-B. . '. 'JUU-EJai.MJ,! JS 1LJ.... . LL ULL.L1" - .JL-tJ .'. J "J U. 1 m9 M i hi i! 4 w Vqlume I. DAILY. HANNIBAL, MO.: TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, 1853. NtlMBER 8. The PablUUcr of ScotVi Weekly Paper. The largest Family Journal in ihe United States, encouraged by the very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon his Paper for the last seven years, and believing that the "great reduction ol postage will materially . aid in extending the circulation of the fa , vorite family newspaper, has spared neither pains nor expense to make bin popular journal still fnore worthy of public patron age.' lis has just put up a new steam-power printing-press, which wait manufactured to order with an especial view to Improve the mcchnnical appearance of the Paper, lie has contracted with a new firm to fur nish a better atticle of paper than has here tofore been used. It is to be manufactured on FourdrinierV machines expressly for 'Scott's Weekly P...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 22 March 1853

I? TERMS OF THE DAILT JOTJBHAt.v 1 .f. In Advance, . . . . ,3 for thi ftutatha. C f 9. iiANNIBAIDAlLY JOURNAL; C). CLE TUESDAY EyENIN, AIARCH22. TT- -T- - 1 -c MElFU3!TOBi.ND FUHLISHUR. MATAnDEAsOU MAAKIAOE. OR, TBS, LittD or i'.LMI'ORD. CContid'tM.f!; j Afi liolir'i jrl'lo !.lrought hijn (. a Utile inn, ivher a companion m Waiting hif return over 'it ti4iin tiP Ttiirdnnn U'lmt. ITn W:l :i Hicrll tiio taleTo Iirsaaii'tagf! and her father suc ceeded hi persuading JiMtiim tmtt h yor.-P were wikland uisipate'd, hil jnanllnpd Had.Ael come i-ctormeit I Iuafjrjrav( add sseh verft therefore fuvoijahl received nd l y Ron wiii smiled , in Iorrajo a'man Iv'Jio lander 5 a short, stout, sqdare built man o( tiur- . tuunxsmr uuuuMun-au. , , with fie d hai o-8l. ht oU. . Two weeks ago Mr. John S , a pilot on ion, and a hoc whose tnxemhle. was decidedly re- the Kite Swinney, one of the Missouri river Ipulsive. MdcUdUijM, like bis friend JIuhkmvo, brinx back utckcts, started to -Uanlornu to brinz ba...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 22 March 1853

Li 1 'MS ... r-.Ttro altemp'.a were recently made to set flco t, th J, MoKee. , A man employed on the boat ' mi sus'pected arid put uliort, " ' , ' ' ,'rt followins;. paragraph was yesterday printed wllhr ' !ffi Wordi JtaU Road, Instead or Plank Road, in the firt lin. It iirepilnttd with the correction : ' ('.Qniney wants a plank road to Palmyra. If built, this ' toa4 would be eighteen miles long) tha last fiv ami , bait miles, i between Fabiut and Quincy, vvpuld cost, according to an engineer employed by tliu Quia 'ciejie, over $20,000, or ,O0O per mtte. ' "'wTw'Would'haT Thougatltl', . '.We are Informed that the St. Loilis Democrat .has Information that Mr. Lamb ami Mr. Phelps , Aiwo disserted Benton, and unfurled tht. banner tg oper) opposition I ,.i ! 1 "' The location of Hie Railroad Depot is treated 'of by our friend Bryan, in another column in a 'way that will interest those who like comfort '. nd convenience.. . , i- ' . tronthi Cincinnati Cuzctlt. k , ,' BOGI PACKED B THE W...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 22 March 1853

. Rodman, Ellen Ashton, the- Author of "Susy L' Diarv," Stc., &., dsc- Magnificent original- embellishments. For the beauty ot its Mezzotint Illustra tioni, thir magazine is unrivalled, while its line and' stipple engravings are from the first Artists of the world. Colored embel lishment of rare elegance and indeed every thing that 1 novel, magnificent or varied, will be added tor laoJ. The best ladies' magazine in the world. To complete lit attractions for 1853, and render it the best ladies' magazine in tho world,th Proprietor has contracted for a series of illustrated articles from competent handsi on horticulture, crochet-work, fash ionable embroidery, and new household re reipts, more complete than ever yet pub lished in any periodical. These will render it indispensable in tho family and to young ladies. Lastly, it is a Magazine oi pure morals. For this purpose immoral French trans lations, audall other exceptionable articles, hall be rigidly excluded. Its stories shall al...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 March 1853

( i If V .a :t VOLUME I. DAILY. HANNIBAL, MO.: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1853. NUMBER 9. The Publisher of Scott's Weekly Paper. Tha largest Family Journal in the United Statos, encouraged by tha very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon his Taper for the last seven years, and believing that the reat reduction ol postngo will materially aid in extending the circulation of the la orite family newspaper, has spared neither tains nor expense to make his popular journal still more worthy of public patron ise. He has just put up a new steam-power printing-press, which was manutacturcd to order with m especial view to improve the mechanical appearance of the 1 aper. lie has contracted with a new firm to lur nish a better atticie of paper than has here tofore been used. It is to bo manufactured on FourJrkiier's machines expressly for "S-ott's Weekly Pop"." He ha d-fcarat-ed the Taper with entirely new type, a new heading, and new vig.iette cuts, increased the widteof tha columns, nnd extende...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 March 1853

HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. TERMS Of TMS 'DAILY JOURNAL. IaAdvanoe, . . . . $a f or tint month. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 93. O. CLEMENS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. HA1TNIBAX A1TD KAPLK8 BAH.E0AD. Forty mile of Railroad would place North Jlissouri in close connection with St. Louii Chicago and the Eait through that city, Louis ville, Madnon, Cincinnati, Wheeling, Pitts burgh, Cleveland, &o; in short, with all the principal railroads of the Union. Five miles, at twenty miles an hour, would take the traveler from Hannibal to Springfield. From Springfield to Terre Haute a railroad is being constructed, and will soon be finished ; we may therefore put down six hours as the time on the 120 miles between those two points. From Terre Haute to Indianapolis, about 75 miles, say four hours. At this city eight Rail roads centre. From Indianapolis to Louisville, about 120 miles, the time would be six hours. Thus the time between Hannibal and Louisville would be about twtnly-one hours. On the fast est...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 March 1853

; jsgislatlTV nd demanded bj. the genius of til iir constitution!." ' j'Tho forebotfings of evil consequences occa iioned by a perusal of the preceding extracts wrere not cssened, but were further excited by , the tone and tenor of the resolutions passed by partiouar friends of yours at the Court Heme (n St. Louis friends who were supposed by the ; nuhZie to IHimcil nrr-fminpnl"i vnnr pnnliHunp r r j j 1 ntlH tn innn Ir ..mi .nlim.nli But (he pioceeding at JeiTersen county following rapidly thereafter, and under the guidance of a friend so devoted as Cot. Cowan, were still more startling, becauseVIlt more strenglr calculated to place your self and friends in apparent hoitilitr with all of the Usages and organizations of the Democratic party of ' I the nation, ai well ai of the State. Talcs the follow- I ingmo3t unequivocal specimens i f That we esteem it ilia signal gur . 9 tnarshal our forces for th contest in Very respectfully, gentlemen, Your obedient servant, THOMAS H. BENTON. A...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 March 1853

Godey'0 Lady Bobk l V'Ji pionetr magazine. Wew ToJaaiy Rodman, Ellen Ashton, the Author of "Susy L'a Diarv " &C..&:. &c. Magnificent original embellishments. For the beauty of its Mezzotint Illustra tions, this magazine is unrivalled, while its Jine and stipple engravings are from the .first Artists of the world. Colored embel lishment of rare elegance and indeed very thing that is novel, magnificent or varied, will be added for IS53. The best ladies' magazine In the world. 'To complete its attractions for 1S53, and render it the best ladies' magazine in the world,th Proprietor has contracted for a swties of illustrated articles from competent hands, on horticulture, crochet-work, fash ionable embroidery, anJ new household re ceipts, more complete than ever yet pub- lished in any periodical. These will render It indispensable in the family and to young ' ladies. Lastly, it is u Magazine ol pure morals. For this purpose immoral French trans lations, and all other exceptio...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 24 March 1853

ew '. ijja,i..JUj..jpii 'ijfcA'-i.'i.r.". v k I N ' A T M II ::N JJ . ' . niniii.il ,mmm mHmd mmi ifiw im I1. II' ! ' . M1 TERMS One Dollar, if paid In Advance; if Hot paid within Six Months, One Dollar and' Fifty Cents; if not paid within Twelve Months, TWO DOLL'ARSC . n -- , , ,, , . , - , , . . . , ., i , i - -f f PUBLISHED I3Y O. CLEMENS, ON 1IILL STKEISr, NEAR MAIN, A FEW DOORS WliST 01' SELMES'. BUILDINGS. NEW SERIES. HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1853. VOI X--NQ; .2772 THI WOEKIKO-MEK. '"'The noblest men I know on earth, Are men whose hands ire brown with mfho back'd by no anceitral graves, '-' ' Hew down (he woods and (ill (he soil , And win thereby prouder name Than follows Xing or Wajrior's fame. . ) The working-men what'er (heir task, Who carve the atone or bear the hod Tbey wear upon tbeir honest brows . , The roval stamp and seal of God ) And worthier are tbeir drops of sweat, Than diamonds in a coronet. God bless the nolle working-men, Who rear the cities ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 24 March 1853

HI' i j i $ i i ? !i 31 7 it !::' I ?H 'I I 4 : 1 S Aim 5 st II :4 .i if. . t- !3'f :1 SC.! 1 i?: 3 If I : 1 1 : ( B ' ii r t i! r J; Mr J 1! , It; Mi r x I :fi-ri In .is :i sr i i si. Hannibal journal MAMNIHAL I tVEWWO; M.ftCIt 19, 1833. X.OCAHO OF THK EAItBOAD. Tii course pursued by the editor of th1 Bleomingten Republican is traceable to one ttui alne the fact that the railroad did not pass through hit town, to the perpetual injury ot the interests of the road, and at an enormous present addition 16 the eipense of construction. The country around Bioomington ii rough, and it necesstry to full three milei aoulh of that village, in order t olljin good location. It it unreasonable to expect every petty locality to be accommodated, regardless of expense, dist nee, or property. The counties named by that paper have been virtually released from their subscriptions by the Legislature, and consequently the Company has lost nothing on that score, by the course adopted by the Board of Dire...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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