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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 24 March 1853

ils-V HANNIBAL' JOURNAL, MARCH 24, 1853. ar- .1 ' ..ti are neat and orderly end the stall , ""Tse was led to, thou and I might sleep in. -ever taw such cows at the maid were milk ing in the elose j and the very yard-dog shows that he has neither Lent nor meired-iv. In . Word, a!l in and about the hods betokens quiet, Wealth, nn4 comfort.' ' And did the carl bid thee welcome wm the wcncu cm. ; ana in iheir hearts did Ihey not . . uevoutiy wrsh thee at the devil P' 11 'No, Angus J there seems not a particle of r jcuiuujj lewaras myseii ; ana my sire, my grandsire, and Dlack Richard are hanging from the wall of the drawinT-room. with morn wnlil about thoir canvas tlian I conscienliouly believe the united purses of the three would have pro'- J ':r.J . .i - . uuova itmv ner on ni meir iivi iinmnii.ni Would that I had been warned by theej Angus, I could nay, deem it not vanity havo been .ty. inpatient Highlan master of my own again.' Jlw?' exclaimed tho der. - By enactirg the same mummery...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 24 March 1853

v ! 7,m il . U' Z i f it: s i ' 1 , 1 : Q 4 Hannibal jouunak HANNIBAL JOURNAL. MARCH 24, 1853. tV ULWaiatBa, iW an Prnprlrtor. hapnihal t . SATURDAY JCTEWIICO; MAftClf JV1S53. v. t ,',:':.: l:-JJ.'".'jjl a.,. ... x N i 10CiTT0M 8T THI KAXL&OAS. Tito .ours, pursued ty the editor of lli. Bloomington Republican is tractable to one emus .rn the fact lhat the railroad did not pass through hit town, to the perpetual injury t the Interests of the road, and at a if cnormou , rese afion 0 tl osjienie a ens(f notion. The country around Uloomijf ton it rough, end it Waa necessary to fall three milei south of that village, in order to obtain good location. It ia unreasonable to expect every petty locality to be accommodated, regardless of expense, dist net, or preperty. The totgaiea named by that paper have been virtually released from their subscription by the Legislature, and consequently the Company ka lost nothing on that score, by the course adopted by the jsWd of Directors. It is true...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 March 1853

r j :...v illlili JOTOML DAILY. VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, lStt. NUMBER 11. Tkm TmUlihtt ef Scott' Weekly Ttft. The largest Family Journal io the United States, encouraged by the very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon his Paper for the 4at 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 hit popular, journal still more worthy of public patron age. He has just put np a new steam-power jprintin-ress, which was manufactured to order with an especial view to improve the mechanical jjearance of the Paper. IIo has contracted widi a sew firm to fur nish a hotter atticle of paper than has here tofore been used. It is to be manufactured on Fourdrinier's machines expressly for "Scott's Weekly Papr." He has decorat ed the Paper wtih entirely new type, a new heading, and new vignette cuts, increased the widteof the columns, and ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 March 1853

JIAHNIBALDAILY40UMAL; txxxi orraa buxt jorjasajc . - . .safari mt r--r-- FRIDAY EVl ING JUARCH t . CLKW5.VS, EJITOS AND PlTBUSIfEV Vl h i i I ' $8mc Xlktttrt. Nearly every boat that comes up bring a aige amber ef passengers and frequently tb paclett ar loaded to the guards. "Jlw Coot , a Saoa MaacracrroaTi Jlichard! Fiispetrick keeps constantly on hand and manufactures te order) fine calf boots, kip bonis, hoes, fta, which hi snakes of the best male- rial, at per advertisement in another column, u . : : flank Roads will pay. Every on that has bean vet constructed has been profitable to Stock- holders. The Leckport Telegraph says that the Toad between that point and iUaiaficld is ail the ' time crowded. . The Editor says that in riding oat two miles and a hall he met more than forty 'teams laden with produce, and the road is not completed yet. A plank road frota this city to Fayson would do a heavy business, and pay a tare dividend. " Same way on the other side of the rircr. ' The St...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 March 1853

6 .1.'!. .1) "O r 1 A ,.rjU' to v.-OOw Sclrtttl StOTT) I r'iT. AT ANSSkMn K1KSIA6X. ' ; n, Tn uttti w nitroiB. .(OhUmm. Four days had etpteil sine MacDownl had ,-SlapeJrted, iHtMlcovw atnl notraearnd whither L and is two mora, Nay expected bar f afbar from , Edinburgh. , ,She aodher putative hatband now . ilyad totally apart ; mad. it would appear that ' toeither had the alightcst with or intention to re " Turn to (Q3re amicable relations. The Lfth and ' tixth day pasted, and Mr. Anderson had named ' th aranin of the latter, as that on which hii ManMiterrait expect him.'' The window of her . .. i -l A t i:u.. l ill , tat a mile and there May sat, watching for a r ..l...,.t 1 tka nanmt ah avmA aa Irmdlv. . (H.ipiw v ,w v .m f- i . -as hia well known fizura would top the distant height. Presently, a horseman showed himself upon the hill : was he the expected one P Oh, no.. His itace was too hurried for the sober " amble which her father seldom exceeded in his loumevinw. v Rizht for As...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 March 1853

lSEYEaV FAILING REMEDY!!! 4? ff A CUrYLK IwYs ASIDE KM CROTCHES IP TEJt TEX TKA.KS &JTi:KIQ. Cepyf aLatlwjraaa alr.Tis , CkwM, L eraae. et ABpHiaUk.lSU. T fi i fn i ii Hnutf. - I 8-I esa MkM to fcaa yea with ateat ealiBatsbieir em rfaM by rear aBaaBBkkks Oiat- nwes with ikeeuSrrcc, Aaa 10 age. Mr. W. Ciuim. of aWrtary Street, ta tkw im, ws tbrewa tree bai bona, wWasaey be mnM wry sen as aajariae s be bad lb bast saaatieal eaHira at to tiaae, aaai wa alatrmrara aa aatasaaa rf aiAmt isv aWaasrie, yet ba grew arena, aaai at laat eaelar at nmmmg ajcer settls Im baa kip, erbieb aa eanpHty aiirpW bias, that ba eaoU aa ssera wta- cwtcbea far aaojly 10 years recently ba boraa Se NJoOttlana aa4 Pille, arinch baaa aw baalad wawnaV, atraagtbaaaJ ba lawk, aa4 eeaHsal bia ta erapceoo witb ba cnitckn, a laat ba aaa walk witk rat gmrtnt mm, and wlk iaaa beaftk a" vifaar. f Sraed) J, THOMPSON. A MOST ErTRAQftDWAItr CURE OK A DREADFUL M.IN DISEASE WHEN ALL MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED. Copy afalXtar l...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 26 March 1853

MAI 0 DAILY. 'VOLUME HANNIBAL, MO.: SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH NUMBER 12. -The Pibilswrof Scott'i ISaekly Payer. The lan,stJfarnilv Journal 'D the United Slates, engaged by the very literal pa tronage icsiowed upon his Taper for ihe last serea years, and believing that the great redffction ol postage will materially aid in exuding the circulation of the la Tosite fjrai'j newspaper, has spared neither pains tor expense to make his popular journd t more worthy of public patrwn 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 Taper. He has contracted with a new firm to fur nish a ltter atticle of paper lhn has here tofore been used. It is to be manufactured on Fourdriniers machine expressly for Scott's Wccklv Tar." He has decorat ed the Taper with entirely new tyre, a new reading, and new vignette cuts, increased tha widteot the columns, and extended the ixeof the paper. It is now pr...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 26 March 1853

SfrWJBJggMI ,, "' Mill L"T",g!WIWglB'"fB HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. Tsaxt or tkx daily joitmal madras, k . fa far lar maafha, SATURDAY KVKNINO, MARCH K. O. CLEMENS, KDITOfe AND FVJBLlSilEaVi .... i i i In Ibt foUinj,frm tit Cnlf Jcajwrrrr, w take th liberty of italicising mm two word, e4 adding a few moc la bracket i tyTba location of th Hannibal and St. Josrpn railroad by th company, seem to bar given atacb dissatisfaction Hit imtwr who hav labored bard and t(mt4 titimlff (!) to tb enterprise, and who war certainty ld to believe that andar n circamilances . could 4 ha taad nm Them. Tbra is but on other town, besides Palmyra, (Chtllicotbc) throar;h which th road will pa, and it appears that tba company could aot well avoid it. I food hick, therefore, was th r. suit of necessity. Shelbrvilt, 'a towa who peopl hav nwttil incessai.tly far tba road, is left son rtfrM wnln morlk t and Blooaoington, in Macon comity, an other point that stood np well, and sacrificed Bach, is also kit, soio fo...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 26 March 1853

ir 10 , A iijrtoHo feanYran aN .morning and tojuVci oiio oflhe jiori!w . ' I . The editor or the Cnr Reporter aayi ihe railroad route passes Ui ChUlicothe. This it a mistake. The to' tun one n rnilcs aoulh of Chillier- . It would be verd'eu,t for "" 'aJy will nne of Mm. M. J.CicJl'i Ttewetylea ot bonnets cti, to look unlovO'-ani' erj thing el n her l.-ireo and varin stock it as handsome aa her bonnets. J- Tl;e cditoror to Canton Reporter saya tlie railroad run' torfh of Bloomington four or five miles. TLis it another blunder of his. It will ms willm iftee miles of that town. , From the Chillieothe Chronicle "A TElfPES? IS A TEA-POT."-THS lilLKOAD , RSLOSATIOX The gcol peoplo of Dloomington and its en irons. in s-cner.il, and the rwliior of the 'Bloom lngtoa Rsi'u'oliPiii," in particular, are in an flutrdgeouk!) l d humor with the directors ot the Hannilul au lS;. Joseph Railroad Company, Tor their nefavinu conduct in adopting, in "secret conclave," Ms thorltst, straighttJ, cheapest ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 26 March 1853

f 'I f VER FAILING REMEDY!!! i noofzxmrs cixTibxT. , ACRTTrLF..7rS ASIDR HIS CRUTCHES AT- TKR TF.N "TEARS SUFFKKIMi. Capr of a letter fro Mr. Thompson. Chemist, LW rjvftol, dated August 2mb, 18&2. To ProfcltW HoLLOWAY. . .. ,.t : 1 Dca St- r m f nebled to tunish yoti with eiosl atreortwsry cureffrcW by your tnselueble Oist Kent and Fills', which lies stouisbetl every iwtrsnn ec ontinlcd wilh tbe sufl'rrer. About 10 jesrs jr, Mr. W. Cummins, of sltney Street, is tins kwo, .n thrown from hit herse, whereby he sereived very teri u injuria j he bad the best medical edvlre et the time, and xa eftetwsrds au intioste of difleretit lo flrnariea, yet he Rrw wow. and at last Malig nant running ilcr Milled iu bia bip, which to completely crippled him, that lit could not mow with at crutches for nearly 10 yeara recently ha began to us your Ointment an4 Pills, which lieve now healed 1he wound, strengthened hi limb, and enabled him to dispense with his crutches, so that bt can walk with the r...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 28 March 1853

I ' i 7Th Putlisher of Ecott'a Weekly Paper. ' The largest Family Journal in the United States, encouraged by the very liberal pa rtronage bestowed upon his Paper for the 'last seven years, and helieving that the ; great reduction ol postage will materially aid in extending the circulation of the fa Torito fa.mil) nowapnper, 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 ateam-power printing-press which was manufactured to order with an especial view to Improve the mechanical appearance of the Taper. He has co.H meted with a new firm to fur nish n letter atticle of paper than has here tofore been used. It is l br. manufactured on rowrdrinier'a m.icl.ine expressly for -Scott's Weekly Papvr." He has decorat ed ihn Taper with entirely new type, a new heading, and new vignetto cuts, increased the widteot the column?, and extended the aiscofthe paper. It is now pronounced, b) all who have seen it, to bu t...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 28 March 1853

4 HANNIBAL DAILY J0U11NAL. TSBH8 07 TES DAILY JOTOlf AU Ta iinuf, ..... 93 for UtrM MiUw. MONDAY, MARCH 28, IfiwT O. CLEMENS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Adorns Mcrdeb. The Louisville JuurntU ' hat the following communication: Timbkrlabb, Bouvaa, Co., Miii., March 7, 1853. Gitlic : On the morning of the 2nd int., Mr. Motes Baowx was murdered end roDDca on nutui Jena levee, within two miles of his home. When his horte returned without a rider and it was ascertained that he had not been in Greenville, where he had in tended to go, to pay taxes, suspicion was at once aroused ot loul play. His Door distressed mother joined in the search, and taking his dogs aiong, mey soon took me trail, and coming to the bank of tha river, the faithful animals howl ed piteously. The. spot was draped an J the body recovered, after lying in the river two days. His money, which was mostly $10 I .alia witn a lew dollars in silver, was taken, but his watch was lort. It is supposed that, after being knocked from h...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 28 March 1853

vm considered wat not tulEciently repret ented in Mr. Bullyman'e scheme. That'll never do,' observed Butter, nperJng the engagement, 'You ain't going to give iWgem the go-by in that manner, are you? What' Boggera done; it,t to be cut out of the map of the world ? Boggem't an important place, ain't it? It it necessary that a certain Honorable Member hoald rise in Lit teat to move for a Parlia mentary return of itt annual consumption of bricks ? Then there's the soap factory and Bid Ue's pickling cstaulislunent it there any par ticular reason why these great interests should 4ia smothered ? The fact it, Bullyman, if the Jtailroad poet to Jazes, it goes to Boggcm, by CJoshl It's only fifteen miles out of thu direct line, and what's fifteen miles when you travel by ateam r" Knt there's difficulties.' (aid Mr. Shanks; 'k rock-cutter, something of that kind, which Sleep er can explain.' j Well, tuppotc there is,' rejoined Barter, you'll want rock to make y our bridget of. There ain't such...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 28 March 1853

A- HEALTH tVRTUE STATES I J! ' Vi. a ljr I V 4 . fa a K.BV ' ktl aV 1 HOLLOWAVS PTTJ XXTRAORDINART CURE OF LOSS OF HE KLTtt. uiKUBUiM.ii stum AI M, INDIGESTION AND DETERMINATION F BLOOD TO THE HEAD. Cop) lrUfrr, r. Jo Ui, . 1-wm, Mr Manna, MntMWMM a To Proffrsor Hollo-watt &b 1 mil BJjraHfof lb first opportunity of inform. f yw.tht for very lone; period 1 tu afflietedwitb dangerous pddiacaa and lrrjnt swimmings in tlx ura, aiK-iwa oj ma oi ajipeuie, cisorrjereo atomarh, u lmiir imjiairra nearm: f-very means bad fail A ta give m any permanent relief, and at Ic nth I ummm n annaine; war. i was really alraid of going boo wribowl a attendant. In this avH ancholv coo. ditiow I wailed para ally apoa Mr Huphes, Cbemist, """i ior i Da purpose oi consul tint bin a lo waat I bad better do; he kindly lerommenrled row Pills, I tried then without delay, and after taking' them for 4 abort time I am bannr to bear testimona t lhir mm. ierful emraey. 1 am now restored to peifrrt health, and enab...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 29 March 1853

I 1ANNIBAL JO 1 "i i. ENAL DAILY i VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1853. NUMBER 14. The Publisher of Scott's Weekly Paper. I . The largest Family Journal in the United 1 Slates, encouraged by the very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon Ms 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 .apjearance of the Paper. He 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 Weekly Pajr." He has decorat 4 td the Taper with entirely new type, anew j, lading, and -new vignette cuts, increased .the widteoft...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 29 March 1853

"HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. TERMS OF THE DAILY JOCXXAL la Linnet, . .... As tor ftrae at TLtSUAT EVENING, WARCHWh. O. CLEMENS, ESITOK AND PUBLISHER. TXKMB ADVBBTIBTH3 IN THE DAILY JOURNAL. Ftrt insertion, Fit Centa Line ( Kac b Insertion afterwards, T aol a Half Cnta line. Advertisements wilt be published froia ail to twelve dsrs at Tar Cents a Line for each insertion, iucludin lk Sret ,u extensive fieU ef canbef cos has been found in Saline county in thii State. A we dressed stranger recently hired a fine sadie horse from one of the firery (tables in Louisiana, and has not be in heard from since. 1 Fata. Attbat. Mr. Geo. Edwards and Mr. Dan'l. Bowlin, of Randolph, had a difficulty near Roanoke yesterday afternoon, which re sulted in the immediate death of Mr. Bowlin, . by a knife wound inflicted by Edwards. They were alone, and after the ailray, Mr. E. gave himself up 100)0 authorities, stating what he had done. We" hare no further particulars. Glasgow Times, of 24th. Ax Exri-AKATios ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 29 March 1853

eva moderate price will bt 'presented as a question for consideration. . By this means, it Is beliered, tha : benefits of the Library can be largely extended, and its annual revenue increased, so that all desirable new umvAia ax thx psnrcxpix eoixu. Between 12, ., yeaterday, and 13, ., taMlay. MPT HOVSE. $100 Reward. . BROKE JAIL, st New London, Lit i,ight,1be 15th I lost.. TWO MEN. ene by be hubs of David Mortan, 43 or 50vears of age, about 5 Oct, 9 or 10 8T. LOUIS 8T0YE STORE. c. w.Tryan, i.h k.V-Lt. hmi bink4 over, i Stove Dealer. Fheet-Irem Worker. Cc-rrxr L. G. Lvon i Geo. M. Dean. Quinev t Wm. D. Mar-t Mtlom of ume color, also nair of black imith. and Tinner. ni . ..l.l-f 1 J. - rii I . ' . r " 1 I ' issues of works of a mooer character ran 7 "'i. iTIT ' m, v I P".1 !T5r0.w,?d' "V.l. c.mp. m T. iw. K-rta.f .Br.-, ii.k i 1 i vi - t , (i.u.iuiuf ... .. ----- .- -- -, aunt mm vi lam inn oi i ii whh.i, be procured. As these questions the se lection of a proper room and other matte...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 29 March 1853

HEALTH FOR THE ST.lTESH! HOIVLOWAY'S PILT,S. XXTRAORrilNARY Ct'RK.OK LOSS OK HKALTIT. llsoRrtkRKl STOMACH, IM)lt;KsTloN AM) X1ETKKMINATION OF BLOOD IOTUK HEAD. Cop e a UUiTfrem Mr. Jon Jo e w, rr Wrtri, JafrnoarUtair Ti Professor Hm4.owt: Sta I avail anyaelf ot the first opportunity of Inform, you, that for very lone rwiioa I aaa elllirtsnlwtlli Oei-cewue piildinass and lieurnt swimmings in th head, alleatW by lew of appetite, lionl-ml txne-l, ami perietall impaired. heelUi: Every means awl failwt to five in any permanent r)iol,at3 at I ncth I became o alaraninc that I was really afraid of groins, ahovt witaaut an attendant. In this snelencholy con lit .on I waited personally upon Mr Much, Chemist, Harlech, for tha purpose ot consul ting him a to what 1 bail better Jo i ha kindly leroinateealed your Pill, 1 trie! them without delay, and alter taking'them lor a lioit time I an happy to beer tralimony to their won derful efficacy. I am now restated ta peifwt health, anl enabled to Tmi...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 30 March 1853

1 jasrajssi asieTT' SsJS4)aiaa" .... ' .!'. .' t ff-- -a. UiUi'mj ""J- '.. '" .. , f . . i II -l.'i i LAY- ,:; n:K :0 A " v n IT' ft II' ' . ". ,'- DAILY. i Ai.JO : QJm JLU;I N ilLJLJo VOLUME I. r . "Th rtibliibir of 6otVi Weekly Paper. The largest t emily Journal in the United " ;States, encouraged by the very liberal pa tronage bestowed upon his Paper for the . 'lait teven years,' and believing that the great reduction ol postage will materially aid in extending the circulation or the' fa vorllt family newspaper, hns spared neither Jatnt nor expense to ' make his popular ournnl still more worthy of public patron ge. He has just put up a new a teAm-po war . printing-press, which, was manufactured to order with an especial .view to improve the mechanical appearand of the Paper. , He has contracted with a new firm to fur nish a better attlcle or paper than has here tofore been used. It Is to be manufactured on Fourdrlnier't machines ' expressly for "Scott's Weakly Paper." He has deco...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 30 March 1853

' i It: i 1" r JIAKMBALBAILY JOURNAL, la jUraa, TKBtti or ras sax&t joxnurAir- I a WSJ .4 WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARUU 63 O. CLEME.tS, ErtTOB AWP PirSLt8HEa We understand that the Louisiana and Middletown Flank Road hot been stopped by the , numeroua law-suits against the corrtpnny for, amages. Sixteen of these stilt, wfir Vi tridd at this term of the Cir- cuit Court at Bowllogreen. Twoth!rds of the road has been graded, but only about fifty yards of plank laid down, and that in one of the itreets of Louisiana. . " 0T7TBAOX, The office of the Commercial Advertiser, n doily paper rmHlsbid at Chicago, III., was I. L . .a i" I . . uiuu uu aim .aesirovea recently hv n deputy herui;4sder pretence furnished b . unon;y oi a. distress warrant for fifty dol: lara due for rent. The biitioge Is supposed t 16 have been instigated by the managers of (the Macomb County Dank, whom the edi tor had denounced as insolvent and dlshon .. cit,nnI who did not dare to "face the rau ic' In court.' ' ''' "....

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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