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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 27 April 1853

.ii;JIJliH'J!HL.aii..gi WAiitiiraToji. Ariel! M Tb Intdlignctr publishes it letter dated Santa Fe, Februaiy 28, announcing the in tention of Go?. Lank to take possession, on hU own account, of a portion of the Mcxi , can territory. The Union announces the appointment f Mr. Borland m Minister to Central America; Ciias. S. Frai.rv, of Ohio, Chief Clerk o the Land Office, vieo Cabell, re. uioved. A large number of Clerks were Jischarg? d (fom the Pension Office to-day. Mbjor Stevens has. nearly completed his preparations for (he survey of the Pucfio rail rota. Lieut. Dunoon and sixteen others hare teen sent to Oregon via the Isthmus, to start from Puget'e Sound and meet the exploring par ty in ths mountains. Another division of the party has been for some time in Canada, collec ting information from the Hudson's Bay Cora- pn- There ia no moment like the present: not on ly so, but, morever, there is no moment at all, that is, no wststit force and energy, but in the present. The tnnn who...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 27 April 1853

HEALTH FOR TIW STATES t!l PILLS Notico-to Cowitry Merchants. WpOpM.WS CELEBRATED $0AP. ssiaaarfneni are now prepared to sMtt ottr far Ma calttn-aird ankle of duuietus tccmonty I. au quanllllea, end Ht tit trtorleat notice. ... To trine who kt naciulnle wUh It properties, we will aiersilyiay ,M Sll'H It preft-ta.ce immUfii) eonpe, cloinit a bt wnth.d with bull Hit usual latwr, and SI Im Printed dlreetloas Ut eeeempanylnf e h pnr. AddrtM WOUIIMAN PUM-KR, Ko. 8 Ht. t'likrlts meet, near Third, tcnO 6m Bi. Louit, Mo. HOLLOW AY'S EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF LOSS OF HK ALTII. DISOKOKWKH STOM M'H, 1ND1GTI0N A.N D DKTERMl NATION OF BLOOD IT) THM HEAD. Cpy of UUrr front Mr. Ja'in t.loyit,tf near l.mrm, pirrtonnninirv ' To Professor llot-tovr at: ' Sin I avail myself of the first opportunity "f Inform, irirvou. that fur very Ions period I was afllletedwilh dangerous g'nldine.s nd lieqiipnl nwiinihinp in the head, alien a ny io?$ ci sppeitie, tiianrue rti nomai n. did generally impaired health: Every...

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 April 1853

TERMS -One Dollar if 'paid; In Advance ,iio't ' paid.;, within v .Six'; Months, One' Dollar J'aii'ii ' Fiflp Cents irifotTpaid "villiinTwIvc Months, TWO ; DOLLARS. , i - .-i i "'NEW SERIES. KUentlc and PacifU Ballwad.' y " " . r - . I Jytisi evening Hon. Vim. JUoDaiiicl addressed te people of this cily on tlie subject of the best route for a railroad to the Pacific. ; 1 . lie commenced by slating that ours was a con trol position, tuken in connection with the great road leading from the cast, and concentrating ht Tcrre Ilnute in Indiana; and Tcrre Ilaule be ing n.llic name parallel of latitude with St. Jo seph, they all point in this direction. A com parison of maps would show that between the route leading from Terre Haute through St, Louis to Kama river, and to a point as far west as St.1 Joseph, there is a difference of 200 to 250 miles'-that difference being In favor of the route through Hannibal. He however insisted bn the people refraining from opposition to the route through ...

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 April 1853

w X. I1.!. t AXl U 'I II f r . fi i ..." i $ -i ; r l i : ii : . - 4 ,1 ; ) ; 5 tin f .. 1 i i i i i i 'i . f r j I If f t o O IIANNlBAIi JOURNAL. APRIL 28, 1853- TAX ICADfE LJfOS Li.?. . I 13. If nnv teron cljiminp srir 1'unort. nr.ta as Tror'ahi, 'thall ippr-al from the b-idg.j ment cf fy Juf.icu or in 'ge Dy whose authority the tdzur wtt m ids to ibe dittrict oourt, bo fore hit tppesl thall be allowed, lit shall give bond in tlie sum of two hundred dullart, with two $nn& nml t uffkient sureties to prosecute hit appsjal, end (o pay all fines and tout lh.it miy be award;! against, 1'''nvkn,l in Use case of any uch appeid, wMre the qusntHy fr liiort to sezd itiaM exeeerV five gallons, if linal do ;isioo shall be against (lis appellant, that inch liinoTi were in'ruded by him fur sale, he shall be adiuVed by the court a common seller of in temicjting liquor, and shall t tut.jcct lo the ptnaltiet provided for in arction eight, of tlii rt. And laid liquori thall bo dettroyed at pro ...

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 April 1853

HANNIBAL 'JOURNAL, -APKIL 28, IS53. i ? WEDNV80AY KVKXINO, APRIL 27th, 1S53. Fai.liko i to tifn Natshai Lr.-t-In wri. ling an article A liort time lince, headed "The Quincy Fraudulent Map," the sentence occur ad, "'procuring money unJer falst pr timers, fee." This looked a little loo strong, and the sentence n altered, to a milder form. The PittsfteU Union, In copying the article, restores the word falst. When therefore, our Quincy friends read that "ihe Quincy faudulent map lint been circulated in the F.ist, palpably for the purpose f attracting population, and procuring monty Her .icic prtlencu of questionable fairness, to build eastern connection," they mul lay the peculiar criminal odor thus given to the charge, at the door of our neighbor of the Vniou. We did not like to be so hard on them. The editor of the Union inserted the ptnilcnliary words no doubt because he thought they ought to be there. From the PilUfieU Union TEX PISS COUHTT KAIL BO AD. The more we acquaint ourselves...

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 April 1853

V" '!- ATtnoxr rvRMxc. xrnit, , We ore gltJ Jo itflcome linck .our, qbl friend, J. P. AmpiU, who. will ""lake hi Of . twelve Gen. J'ielrco'ii npp.ditfrieMof; litis gnJ lc6in th"virie of lteceiver, was. ; wel comed with much gratification by hc Derwprras'sR 'fWljf of this Btdinn, nail wc uiny say oflheNvhcde Slate ; for, af A citi- ' r.t n of Hannibal, we hare a ; rigKt to atjy with romq degree uf pride, that his paper was (acknowledgt a1. by all parties, to to the fcblcst Democratic paper in ihe State, As a levor man, and a man strict In tettiity the ,Vhigs also .wet e ne much pleased with his appointment as any Demo- r.fslif! Bf'fwn'.ment that! could have been made. , f j , s ( . f. , eAltdiougf't. he lias, given us some hard raps for hal he was pleased to call our ,'rabid whlggery, ret we ere-willing to render jusYice to A pdlittenl oppohent.: ' ,v U i i.i a. , lii.i.i, ti . i . .. iMr James ,-A. Lilian has bought out the St. Joseph Advtnture. His reputation is uch that we miy'saf...

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 April 1853

Ci -J--l--aeai- " DAILY. VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1853. NUMBER 42. ) t $1000 'ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. rpO any person who will f.irnish us, within three JL year, a Set of patterns fork Cooking 8toe,$up- ' lior to the 'Prairie State in it operation, -durability, ' neatne of finish end design, we will pay tin abort named mm of one thousand dollars. This new and beautiful stove preents itelf external ly, in a plain dreij, acompanitJ with just and admi- 1 table proporlior-s, givirg it the sppcarance oft chaste and tastelully made piece of furniture. A Great Reduction in the Prices of DRY-GOOD 8!! And In all the different Kinds of Goods usually kepi in Hannibal ! ! W have iost received tbe LARGEST AND THE MOST TASTY STOCK of all Binds of Goods ever brought to Ibis city, and will sell then cheaper than we have ever seen Goods sell for West of New York j City. We will sell to all of smr old friends, goods on a reasonable terms as can be nought in St. Louis, i Wholesa...

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 April 1853

HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL TZ3UTJ OT TEX DitLT J0UXJTAL. f'kidat evesing7a'ul gjTiwa. O. CLEMENS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. TEKKI Of IBVrKTBIKd IN THE DAILT JOURNAL. Tittt imerlion, Fi Cent Line i . Eacb liucrtion aflenratilt, Tvo and Half On la dveHiseinanf will be pobtiahed from fix lo twelve 4y at T Can! Lin fur each ioicrtion, iiicludinf lb first. they could sot. But their working them does not argue that f bey will pay, because aa average of claim on the Middle Fork of the American, last year, would show a losa yet this does t4 prevent tbein from working the rirer again ; for every time they try it they think that it will eer- tainly pay the next season, because labor and , lumber and provisions will be cheap; betide,' ihey did not work to an advantage, aotbey will) keep trying. The Dry Season will soon be! j here again, and between the Wet Season and Dry ' there i a dull time all over the whole country, Goo) Stlcrtro Ptrg. HOfllVS EE1BT. V V rn-We are authorized to announce j 1,16 wie...

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 April 1853

(To be Continued ) VVe indebted to Mr. J. V. Brad for copy of the ccnmt of California, for 1832. Thf Lat Ctll PfsIUTdj. TEJfb1 - BREWIKGTOX, ere cf m7? -m 1 "P" oat by u- io,b ciVVLJ ' J b.ee, aoy ' I" J- "JM. Down Go the Prices! Fi be Daily JoornaL t tight, aa the Stage Coach u cominj in from GUgow, th bore took fright at some object, and atfemptrd to run off. While reined Vp near the fci?y Hotel, one of the hor.e. by a flaah of ligbtnlhg discovered a bole in the tide walk t it be plunged,' and into it be went, but instead of the Ear Room he found it to be a Vellar. But for the finely aistance of one of U proprietor, horse, driver, Coach and all ! ftight bare been ug1y stored Way in the cel lar i or im night, where thier crie for he I m eouw never nave reached the eympatfcizing Wt of the uUider. Fortunately, however, ".here vu no seriou injury done. RAMBLER. L nigii! w. trcJy one of adventure. "Some French pentieman or gentlemen, without leave, entered flie pork houe of Mr. Eritlin...

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 April 1853

HEALTH FOR THE STATES!!! - IIOLLOWAVS PILLS. STTa AK1' NA1Y CI 1- E OF tOSS OF HE ALTH i.. i) :;: s.r--;- u. iu:gtion au jn;r;:iiMi ati ok ul'k'U io i he head. C.y rf a Uticr fi?n Mr. Jim Uoi.cf Eric urnyHcit Vi. rxfA. Xrruitflluhuc T; Fiofesor IoLL"WT: 1 trail cn!l oi ! first opportunity "f ir.form ircycu. that !r a very loiiC peiiud I was afllieledwilh a tiau' cerru rnMi!i and lirq'Kiit swimming' in the l.t-H J . t i j il lv k.s cf apjwute, dtsordrrrd lomarh i. d CcitniA' iuiaued health: Every meaushad tilled lo tivr in any Permanent reliff.a'id at length 1 tit-rum? aliriviig i:!. I was really adaid of guns; si;j! j h.u. an ait.'irlaut. i:i tin nu'lunclioly cou ii;ic:i 2 "i jtirt tidily upon Mr Ht'ihes Cliemt!. Harncu. fi t 1L? f urjiuM! of can'ilting h n ' to what I b?J tetter do; he kindiy iciiuii-ni'd your Pill, I 'h-ia wi'bou? uelav, a.! aftr taking them lor so ; t,u.e 1 ra happy to bear ;r.!imony lo their won der.!!! leaey. I aui bow rerloted lo peifeet health, and mabk'tl to...

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 April 1853

T 1U J. HLJL-J.JT1? 'J JULJL..L .1 RNAL DAILY. VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 185 3. NUMBER 43. HAL JO $1000 ONE THOUSAND-DOLLARS. TOanyperoa who will furnish u, within three fears, Set of patterns for a Cooking Stove, Supe rior to the 'Prairie State' in 111 operation, durability, neatness of finish' and design, we will pay the above named mm of one thousand dollars. This new and beautiful stove presents itself external ly, in a plain dress, accompanied with just and admi rable proportions, jiving it the appearance of a chaste and tastefully made piece of furniture. PR AI R I E STATE, Nos. 1 , 2. 3, 4. Phis stove has been thoroughly te.tcd from eight een to twenty thousand have been sold in the Isst three Tears. It has no equal for draft, durability, and neat nes of finish and design. In baking, broiling and boiling.it is superior to any other stove. It ii very easy to understand using it, and it will do more ba king, in less tine, and with lei fuel and trouble...

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 April 1853

Hannibal daily jouunal. TERMS OF THE DAILY JOTONAL. InadTance, 2 ' months. o clEMESS, i ditok and tubmsiier. SATURDAY KVBMNO, APRIL 80, 1X3. TEEMS Ot ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY JOURNAL. Tirt inmtion, Five Cent Line t Kaeh Insertion afterwards, Two and Hsir Cents t ""Advertisements will be published from lix to twelve days at T Cenls Lin for each imtrtion, including the first. Cuaiosmts. Yesterday we were told by an old roan named Tyler, living in St. Louis coun ty, that he has in hit possession a negro girl about six years old, whose body, legs and arms, are marked like a spotted horse. She is very black, with kinky hair, except where these spots ore, some of which are very large. These spots present the appearance of healthy skin, but very fair as much so as that of while persons of the fairest complexion. On her forel eud is a white bloxe, extending from between her eyebrows some distance under hair. All tho hnir on her head is very black except that which grows over this blaze, and...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 30 April 1853

SPALDING & ROGERS' ON BOARD THE f ; '. at 2 and 7 1-2 O'clock, P. M it WILT. Exhibit In HANNIBAL, on Tuesday the lTlh day of Way, Performance at J anil S 1 o'fljtfi n m - - " hivvm, m I'. . The Company will Perform at Louisiana, on Monday ... May 16, Quincy, Wednesday ... 18, Lagrange, Thursday .... "19, Tully, Thursday .... 19, Wursaw, Friday, .... " 20, Keokuk, Friday. .... "20, PRICES OF ADMISSION. Dress Circle, (ull cane-bottom arm-chairs) ... Family Boxes, (oushioned seats,) .... (allery, .... Gallery for colored persons, - . jU" I'ositiveiy no Halt price 2 and 7 1-2 10 2 and 7 1-2 10 2 and 7 1-2 P. H. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. 50 cents 25 25 ' 25 " (ap30dtd&w2t) J Seats may be secured by calling on Col. Willis, at the office, on board the Palace JOHN S. THOMSON, WHOLESALE GROCER. Not. 33 and 32 Second street, near Post Office. 1853. St Louis, Mo. 1853. HAS in stors and is in receipt of the following desi rable ilock of Groceries, which is oSersed at the lowest maifcet ra...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 30 April 1853

HEALTH FOR THE STATES chalei martim. wm. m. MARTIN, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF LOSS OF HK ALTH. J)ISOI(I)KHKI) STOMACH, INDIOKhTION AND DETERMINATION OK BLOOD I O 'I HB ITE AD. Coiy of a Ullrr from Mr. John Lloyd, of Enc-ut,tuar nunrrn, mmoimrumrt To ProfrtJor Hompway; Si" I avail mywIfoC the first opportunity of inform ifgyon. mat lor very long; peuotJ 1 waa afllictedwilh dangerous giddiness tnd liequent swimming, in the head, attended by lost of appetite, disordered stomach, and generally impaired health: F.very meant htd failed to give me any permanent relief, and at length 1 became to alarming that I was really afiaid of going aho.il wi hout an attendant. In thia melancholy con dition I waited penonally upon Mr Hughes, Chemist, Harlech, for the purpose of consulting him at lo what I had better do j he Kindly tecoinmended your Pill, I tried them without delay, and after taking'them for hort time I am happy to bear testimony to their won derful ellicacy. 1 aui now res...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 2 May 1853

r i. 1 i ' 'I i DAILY. VOLUME I. 81000 ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. I Onyprsoa who will furnish. uylihin thre fior liVs if?'-f r " tr,1, fnr Cookfbg Stove, Sup.. im,3. ' ""T1' deiign, w. w.ll pay tbe above V?'d f on thousand dollar. j 1.DM and beautiful stovo presetid itself external. rM. P lmdre,, accompanied wlthjiHt ami admi nA,.P.'i '"'Uont K,vi"8 K the appoaranca of a chute into .fully made piece of furniture. fH AIR1E STATE, Not. 1, 2, 3, 4. , : or i .Wir.gH ny to will doit it, th'ma hire U'K ov has been thoroughly tested from eight enty thousand have been fold in the last three t has no equal for draft, durability, and neat iniili and design. In balling, broiling and is superior to any other stove. It is very nderstand lining it, and it will do more ba ess time, and with lci fuel and trouble, and better, it is believed by those who are uing ny oilier stove. It is well known to all who i me rnze rromium Moves, manulscturcd by III G. V . I'll Icy, St. Louis, that Hie fire drawing thro...

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

ILINNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. Tz&ats or thx daily jovmm. Inldvanoe, ..... 93 M thrM rteattj . 0 CLEMKAS, KDITOR AND PUBLISHER. MONDAY EVENING, MA V 2, J853. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IH THE DAILY JOURNAL First insertion, Fiv Cents Lin Each loMrtioa afterwards, To and Half Ceata tint. Advertisements will be published from six to twelve days at Two Cenls a Lin for each Insertion, including tli first. B AILS. 0 AD A5D PLAN I KOAD tEHTUUNT AT FALKYKA. Last Saturday we attended a plank road meeting at Palmyra, where, at two o'clock, we found fifty or seventy. five person assembled, The Hannibal City Liqoof Law Reform As sociation will meet to-night at the M. . Church, south. ..; ' i . . . , We are glud to e eur old friend II. D, La. Cossilt, formerly editor of the Hannibal Gazette, and recently ef the Musoatine Enqui rer, now on the Kate Kearney ai ,U. S. agent for the river mail from Saint Louie to Galena. We are particularly obliged to him for a pack age of LouUville papers. Dys's Bank Jtlrr...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 2 May 1853

SPALDING & ttOOF.RS ON BOARD THE vjlCs&u&no ip & & o ie The Company will Perform at Louisiana, on Monday Quincy, Lagrango, Tully, Warsaw, Keokuk, Wedncaday Ihuraday Thursday Friday, Fridnyi At May 1G, " 18, ' 10 19, - " 20, - - - " 20, PRICES OF ADMISSION. Kress Circle, (nil cant-bottom arm-cliuiri) . Painily Jtat!t, icualuoneu seals,) (Jailer), - .... Jallery for colored persons, .... Positively no half price 2 and 7 1-2 2 and 7 1-2 10 2 and 7 1-2 10 2 and 7 1-2 O'clock, P. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. 50 centa 25 25 25 " (ap.'J0dtdStw2l) f- St:it may be aecured by calling on Col. Willi, at the office, on board the Pulace From the Ohio Temper. Organ. ffering fl (irunkfcr(.s ,)eI . and the boat. Therefore thall they eat the fruit of their own C(j face and blood-shot eves of the proprie- xcaij and be filled with their own devices." . fi. wa a distiller in Hamilton county, Ohio; was fur many year a member or. the l ....i ..i. ..... .(... 1 n..r I.:. A.I'(.lllUr...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 2 May 1853

mi i s ws move mmameeBssmHBSsam HE ALT J FOii THE STATUS!.' Mil fef1;;" HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. EXTRAORDINARY CUKE OF LOSSOF HE ALTH. I ISOKDKHKI) STOMACH, INDIGESTION A.ND DETKHMI N ATION OF BLOOD I O I III-. HKAD. Copy of a Utter front Mr. Jah Lloyd.of Eru-vtn,ruar nurirrn, Mtnoruuunir$. T" Profctw HoLr.owV: Si h i vail myselfof the first opportunity of inform iigyon, lhat for a very long peiiorl I wu afTlictedwith uat.cerotM gicldinen and frequent swimmings in the html. a'N rded by los of appetite, disordered Momarh. and generally impaiied health: Kvery means had failnl lo give me uny permanent relief, and at length 1 became i elarmir.g that 1 was really afiaid of going about i h .ut an attendant. In this melancholy con dition 1 wailed peisonally upon Mr Unfiles, Chemist, Harlech, for the nurpoie of consulting li m as to what I find belter do ( he kindly recommended your Pills, I tii-d t h-'in without delay, and after taking them for a r-1 o l time I am happy to bear testimony to thei...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 3 May 1853

DAILY; VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1853. NUMBER 44. r 1 1 1 i S1000 ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. r . 7PoM wno w'"ru")ih ui, within thre years, i Set of patterns for a Cookinr Stove Kim. rio, otb.'Pr.iri. slate in it. option? ZibX, vi in ail anil an in. I Mrill m.m.J. r.....: , I" 'OV .-ii-imiuhi vi vne inonsanu aouara. 'JThis new and beautiful Hove present) itself external ly, in t plain dresa, accompanied with just and admi rable proportion, giving It the appearance of a chaste d tastefully made piece of furniture. PRAIRIE STATE, No. 1, 2, 3, 4. rhii stove ha been thoroughly teited from eight, ten to twenty thousand have been fold in the last three years. It hss no equal for draft, durability, and beat liess ef finish and design. In baking, broiling and boilihg.it is superior to any other stove. It is very easy to Understand using it, and it will do more ba. king, in less time, aryj with less fuel and trouble, and will do it better, it in believed by those who are usi...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 3 May 1853

: s HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL. TES.HI OV TEX DAILY JOTJSNAL hAjtanse, . . . $3 for thru montta. oclemf:ns, editor and publisher, tuesday evkmno, may 3, 1863. TEEMS Of ADVEETIBING It 1HK DAILY JOURNAL Firvt inf erlion, Five Cents Line Each Insertion afterwsrds, To and a Half Oats t lMlt. Advertlsemtnts will b publish d Rom six totwelv jri i at Two Csnls a Lin for each Innrlion, including, the first KUBKAH irOB LIVLSGSTON C0U5TT. Among the gentlemen from o distance in at tendance to moet the Board of Director! of II. & St. J. R. R. on Monday, we were grati fied to iee Col. Gravei and T. R. Bryan, Esq., of Chillicothe, in Livingston county. Col. Gravei wu one of the ear!v. fast, nnd energetic friendi of our road, nnd remain no. lie iayi, "although the railroad didn't hit" his town, he is "still a railroad man." Mr. Bryan is the ac'nt of the countv. nnd earae clothed with authority to agree with the tt. K. Company on the terras and renew the county subscription of LivingMon for $25,000...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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