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"JOURNAL '"AND v UNION HANNIBAL, MO, NOVEM13EU m .1851.
.'i i .: Cattle and Boss.
We have to notice quite a languid feeling in
the pork and beef market, It thev early pnr tf
the week our packer were offering $3 73 for
hog weighing over 200, but for the Inst day Or
Otwo $3 50 appears to be about the highest of
fered for hogs weighing 200 lbs and over, with
out however, any conducts being made at those
figures.1 Tlio holders generally appear to con
tend pretty firmly for $0 It appears to be tlie
opinion, generally, of those best informed Upon
the subject, that the price will settla downlaL
about $3 50, and some think it will go even less
than that. ' l t:
'But few contracts are being .toiado for beef,
ajjd $3 25 appears toj) about Uia highest offer
we hear of for cattle weighing 600 lbs and over.
Samuel &.)Ioss have cut some 800 or1 1000 head,
and Miller & McCann have cut a few hundred
head. The other" houses tave not commenced
r operations y r
v u .
CALIFORNIA CORRESPONDENCE. .
BcificiA, California, Sept. 29, 18jl.
Since ny last, ,fyll returns have shown that
this State has eoneVns I had. supposed. Demo
cratic throughout. I do not yet believe that this
ciO, simtw t.ie tr(te ftstj- ol parties in
Male. - ',- ;. Jo
A Convention hasoen oalledor rather steps
have been taken" to'cijl one, for tie purpose of
getting the State divided, here' Is not much
concert of action, ntflcift thartihrce places hav
ing been named at different meetings, for holding
the convention at. .. . ... '''';; . . ,.v
c ,Thc old Califoriiians readily understand that
their Horses and Cattle are woejlli six or eight
times as much now as before the purchase, and
their land ha a value in a ranch higher ratio
but this they understand as it puts much money
iu their purse, as they sell horses land Cattle
ireely. But whenever a little money is called
for ia the jshsfic of taxes to sattport the" mw
Government, they feel n great hardship, and lonn!
for the "good old times" to return again. Thev
have 'the idea that their connection wfth the
northern part of the Slate, is the whole cause of
their taxation, supposing that they can in som'c
way, if set off from us; save all expense, yet
iteep all the profit. ',
Then too, there will be from tfie new Slate,
Senators and Congressmen tor whose mileage
and pay, Uncle Sum must provide besides the
chance for somebody to be called Governor,
&c, &c. .
It may be supposed that Slavery has something
. to do ia this matter; a very few demagogues J,ere
.nnihntintr mnri in llin AlliarKiotn, uf.iLl .nlniA,
III 1 ll p limon nf nirH.nl nn .! l l , won ,1 MT.
j ......... r-.., ..... ..j.v.w
i i t-t '.i n ir i . . ...
'SiUf- L.Kt. )., Ua Mh, nAi.ft,.fl
mui ii'v iiuiuigiii v iiasf uuu ihif
hirully it is free Soil, hut not ho with the horlh
crtl and middle part. Tlwre arc tnillionsof a-
.lerthe sun, of which it would be said in any
Slave Slate, no' one but negroes
groes, can ever culti-
rate it but that is not so. and were the ciuesliou
it but that is not so, ami w
uiiow 10 u iithvti on uiieeur rtiuve cUum;, 111 luu.
... . . - ... . . .
(Constitution, the remit would now h the same
n. nl. first I nm ...lUfil (!. SWW 1Ka
v mM mv h.t ih. in i.nn.t o.,
of the United States. Yetat the Convention many
r the members of which, were from Slavehold-
. mg Stales, were unanimous or nearly so
free clause: An abolitionist may deny t
it !. o..rt. , n nnf nt Im nnnil.!nfol
. cally with CalifHrma. Knocking iiiem lUjwn again, , in ,poIjUcs . they
The mines are yieldnig to a dt?gree hardly to ?r hk hone-stftterV: -who would
be credited. The low water Ins left bare aW 'm' l'eak even,- boe-Mn Wafciit,-that.,
-greater surface than at any 'time since the gold , they may !fmv you hov- melotMy thfej' can
xliscovery, ' Silver ore has been recently founir1 me,n,i i "J" may bo. compared t.traTclliiig
.in manv ntaces ' For one "Ic.kI" near Sonora ! 'kers, who ill mending for you one;hpJ-i
.in the Southern mines, it is claimed as possess-
ing more riches, and that easily' developed, than
all ihc. southern mines. This is extravagant,
yet that immensely rich silver mines have been
. recently found'appears certain. SI. Louis Jn
. , telligencer. .-
From the Grand Rioer Chronicle.
. PUBLIC RESTING.
B'Pursuaiit to previons notice, a public meeting
was held at the eourt house,
Mondav last, to adopt measures
the malign influence upon the slave population
tof this county which certain secret Northern ab
olition emissaries are supposed to be producing
.upon their minds. v
On motion, Judgo William Hudgens was np-
-pointed President, and Thomas B. Bryan invited
ivt act a Secretary, ,
The obiect ot the mectina was explained by
Thomas R. Bryan, on whose motion a committee
'ivivaso appointed by the President to prepare a)
Vreau&ic and resolutions expressive of the sense
' Of the meeting, vi
Dr. John Wolfskill, Win.
Y. Slack, David Girdncr, James Nave, Thomas
It. Brvan and Lewis M. Clark. f)
The conimittee then retired, and after a brief
absence, made the following report, which wasaIuj civiJ oflicers, the great distance from
adopted by the meelifrg: , 1 tho seat of the present Government, and
Wuer"e.s, many of the piiiicherS and lay mem-1 the isolated situation of this part of tho Tcrritory
bcrs of the M. E. Church at the Jvortli, have,
from the pulpit, and tnrougti itu religious
newspapers' trader thcir0control, encouraged
resistance to ar. fcet of Congress, known as the
Fugitive Slave Law: and whereas, said
Church persists in sending their Abolition
prenehers among us, apparently ior no ouiirr
t .object than to render our slave population di
satislieil witn their conauion. no h, uicrg
fore, - '
Rd'solved, That the practice of the Methodist
F.piscopal Church, North, is hostile to our civil
institutions' and to the best interests and well-1
' being of the community at large, and that it is
, the duty of every good citizetito discountenance
: their oiKorganiising and treasonable course.
Resolved, That wo deprecate the policy of the
" Methodist Church, North, n sending emissaries
into our midst to promulgate their incendiary
doctrines; aad that we hereby warn them that
"' hcir field of labor for good is uot iu.our midst;
Bt their oause cannot prosper with us; and that
le,.y ' "VJietter to remain intheir owntcr
. . -lerfere with our domestic in-
' 'ite riuhte.
-Sn ' 111 if determined to mayi
Tpe uiVkc " oc" Z : w forcibly
1 ' t lid-it is further
? Tirii " iTsidc;:t pf tills meeting
Wllliaill I lfUer; consisting of 25
HAS in.t opened his stck of appoint'onc of their
FAM'V MIIV OOODS-ll ' esuhrt of any
.ii.Hi.otii. rihoes. Uueeusware and r'f... . i..,n i..'
and examine our goods-
"PHli subscriber h now in hand uud Iv-entlemen
X daily receiving the large.l and best as- ,v
orted stock of GOODS, suitable for this msils tt, J,
broii(jht to Norther ii Missouri. He returns (!j vow
sincere thanks for the iiiilirnif suf.po'rl he isvaj
ways received, and no sllort be wanting or t,i,
, "? eontinflance. T. R. 6ELILl8,
Green, W. Y. Yahcy, VV. C. Samuel, Joel Barg
doll, W. O. Jennings, Jas. Jennings, N. Cox, J.
Lcener, G. Martin, Jas. Nave, "J. Wolfskill, R.
R. Mills, YT.Vr: WaMen G. Munro, S. A. Al
exander," J Cameron, J. 8. Harper, S. II. Greg
ory, R. E. Iloltrtnd, John Bryan, J. T. Gudgell
and Asa T. Kirtley.,,
On motion the proceedings of the meeting
were ordered to be published in the Grand Riv
er Chronicle, and then it adjourned.
- - o r WM, IIUDGIN3, Ch'n.
,0Th. R. BbyaV, Sec'y;
We clip the following remarks from the
"Richmond Whig," which we commend to our
neighbor of thi Timisf as the avowed exponent
of nullification in this Statc.f,. . ,
c The Political Metaphysicians. . ' ! J'
! In the late Congressional struggle ijj this. Dis
triet, i)p very, peculiar peoplo lor hom this
State, a)J South Carolina have become famous,
have once more manifested Uituistlves, la the
advancement, as usuolE only the worst cause.
For AbMraotion-mongers have neveryet profit
ed any Qljier. It is-noUiit (he'Mture ef Non
sense to do anything but harm, when it comes to
practice.:"; f: r
rhenoe came Abstractions, it is difficult to
tell? Thcir origin, however, is probably like
that of other hybrid things they were bred by
Ambition, upon "either Fraud .or" Folly.
Thrt Mithfiiolijul ti,ry Ixioti pfrhrps beit
illustrates their generation. .He (Tooketays)
nRpired 6 be .he paramour of the ciueen of the
skic4.:Jvel to punish him, sent him a cloud
"VtlPr .shape: and ir
VlJf jfhajicanu lrom the intercourse sprang
(,he'CeiinirsT creulijril neithei' man nor ucast.
r...:il,. ivi.: ..i.- - j. . '
Personally, theyVare pcbptajVho'no doubt
have much wit: but they nave always been, shy
of nsinrit to anybody' advantage hut tftcir own.
Indeed, they ore perhaps right enough in this
care, of tle thing: it is very thin of , texture.
rrudently Straiu llieretore, or wearing it out,
should they don it on work-a-days, (for which
I j " fal; tof, fine,) they only put it on upon 1
I f18 ) '.' ',. V" ' , . '' ' '
liitellcciiullv, they seem to be possessed with
littlo besides the desire of office, together with
Such ghosts of . deceased ideas as haunt ,theun
tenanted houses of some people' heads,' . ''
.oo mucn ior ineir dociics ana mimia.- JXow,
as to their habits, it is to b rcmaikcd That thef
.i.:..l..i.. rj.i c .1: : i a .
" . ... ... ...... .J ..'". -' ....... .11. 4 .111 VI 1. IVHIIIH
theories the most tt those wlio-unttrMlant them
flio least; just ai some folks af e suVe M speak
Latin when nobody is by that kjjows h." Jiit"
in this again, they are prudent: for wlicreshpuld
thev finil converts, except umong (oolst'i .
They arc, however, gretft adppU in alt (hose
difficult and wonderful qiiesfiorisSvlncfi afiXt
to be debated bet ween, those . who OT.a'e'nt of
j: v-.i hi
l"clr"i cr nan any. illCT
stiinn. wilfl nn pvlinittvltltnrv'Tifrltf in 'tltAaia.
dso in abusing the party which they are" toon tp
ThcV. are .ercat bcnefaotors.of the' Co'nstitu-
- . ...... .... ........ J . M M.UWt.
tiQn; having nddod'tcfit a roititude"of meal)igs'Y
' !" , f ..ls ever, Mrcairtpt? r, alia giycj,
!l" , P "f Jmwanuraoq M,4Bap,
a'l.olners . Pul B Plaln sen,5;?! '
It it in hort;' mSr nVftPnlr o'Ht ertitCS
10 lno commonweal, Hiai.weowo fiMJ Wmot
. .1 1 -1 . ... .
( lucl(l doctrHlCS'of BUY IWulliflCation H& S
cession. The former of these they., invented
t,,ey) .r,,ie .preserration qf Jie .Gov-f
ernment; the latter, lor tliat of the Umftfl,-
kettle;. always.'confnvt. to wmke" four mora,
PoHK-A-Ktcnsiveprep.wuttor(S) are beihmade
for the puTr)ia?e auil-jjncking'of pork ,dirnif tile
winter. We &re.itiCorme(l thul there is suffi
cient capiUil in renilfoess in this Dlace, to luv
up all the pork that may can be brotujlit
rketv Some of onr.heaviet busiimi moh
are about engaging in the-trade, which bids fuir
to be marked with considerable spirit and aotiv-
ltv. The lute news from St. Louis 11 ml th
Euit, however, have airtight tendency to affect the
for thei ' m"-cu wuuiu uc uuiniFaiiry aa;ii.eu
his buti10110?6 PurPose ipeoplts'st opgoveTfiraei
lilren do canlhu.'4es,..X0T tlift s Port, of
. XJtlSli liU V , K.I lit., j Uf.iE.AV .Glutei
,n t las place, on . off $3 5Q t
res toeoun cract)tlm g(RandarJ' Ms
being . probably
figures. Mo8.as. . JJi bhivi. gi
Thiplett ere just flnishing their ku'ge pcjrlt
uacking establishment, and will be ready iii'a
lew days to commence operations as." the mar
ket is already opened. Lngrango Miasourian.
lROfos ed Division, fjT Oaroox.--A move
mcnt has lafclt been set on foot by the settlera'
.... . . . .. .. 1
; in Oregon Territory, which has for its object the
organizilion of a separate Territorial
met for that portion which lies to the no
01 a separate vcrruoriai sjovern
portion which lies to the north f the
Columbia river. It is to be called the Columbia
Territory, and throughout its vastextentis well
adapted to agriculture, commerce anil maiiutactu-
j , The tuUl ubenee &J all. munieiiiil law
therefrom, an'J many other reasons, are urged
; to the propnely ot the organization ot a sepa
' fide Territorial Government. For tho proino'
lion of this object a Convention of, twc.ty-nve
delegates assembled at Garolit
ltz, lewis counly,
itt llm tltli 'nt' Aiirilt. niifl n('ti.t. ,ri.ncuin(y llir.
matter, unanimousfy adopted the following res
olution: o ! ' c'
" That a committee of three be appointed,by
the President of the Convention to prepare a
suitable memorial on that subject lo Congress,
and that the same be forwarded to the Delegate
in Congress from Oregon Territory, requesting
him to use his influence to procure the organi
zation of a separate Territorial Government."
Previous to the session of the Convention a
committee on districts and counties having been
appointed, the territory north of. the Columbia
river was. 'iuviucu inia iwoivc uimnues, nun
well prescribed boundaries. The Convention is
to meet again at Olympia some time about the.
middle of next May, uiwo to form a Sue Con
vention, preparatory, to asking admission into tne
Union as one of the States thereof, provided
that Congress has r.ot at that time organized a
Territorial Cot eminent, National Inteligen-
i flu Mondsv even1.!:?, the ISth lint., by Rider D. T,
Morion, Mr. Wm. M. linKnON to Miss Klisiskth I,
daupMer of Mr- Jmc McYVihiams. all pf tins coua
tyj Cake received. J t V. k
On Wednesday inominj, 19th Inst., by Rev. Ja, It.
Loiauce, Mr. Gkokuc A. Uaak to - jklinf Sahau i.
HvairHaKvs, all of this city. , j; -1
On the "15th Inst., by Key. J B. Dennis, Mr. Chss,
R. Stubqis to ATiwi ittnanTTA TaciTT, all of this
The "Methodist Book Concern" case has
been decided in favor of the M. E. Church South.
The amount involved wo very : large, it being
one tf the heaviest book concerns in the United
States.', The amount the Church South will re
cover, will probably be near $8,000,000. :
; LITE STOCK. MAIIKCT.
OrricE or thk Intcllioencer, )
wj .- " . ' Snturday, Nov. 15 4 rt m. '
1 Good shipping bvt ore worth $4 but we
have heard of no sales for export since our last
Wrt,r,, .." ,v, ...
! For light cattle our city butchers are paying
.$3 to 3 50 which is a reduction from our
last ovulations ot twenty-five cents. The Mar
ket is well stfpptied with the latter kind of
stock. ' '.i.a.. .. .,,..,
Good sheep are,yet scarce and eommand $2 ,25,
the wpply w amkll-lordinary lire worth ft' 50
to .fl 75. ci ' ..
Lambt $1 23 to $1 50.. TTljcre are no good
lambs in the market, ' '"uul i
A small lot of choice hogi from Illinois, sold
te a city butcher' at $5, Mid one hundred and
thirty head for shipping of lighter weight brought
$4 75.,. Tj ' o
v.Miloh Cow 'wllk calves are worth $16 to 24,
th latter price for choice cowt only., , .. . .' f
" Prime veal calves tfKvnnd ordinary rfi l 50 to
i n; v,,.. . . ,. , . ...
, j Good horses are bringing from $73 to $80."
John Frink it'-'Co, Stage contractors, adver
tise for one hundred good stout horses fit for
stage service, and they arc wanted immediately,
. JWulcs are in very littlo demand, and prices
range from $65 to $70 for good an Wmh . :s
HANNIBAL WHOLESALE PRICES CUR
RENT OF STAPLE ARTICLES,
CORRECTED WEEKLY, o '
TuuasDAV, Noyembei ZQ, 185).
lleenvax, . .' - -flutter,
astw neaus, . ,
;oiEe, c. n, . ,
Corn Brooms, 1 doi,
I '25 f 1 75
3 75 (v4 60
(a 2 60
'Eggs, "t rl07.cn
! Flour. V tbl
Burhwhpat 13 cwt
l8ilirs t lb -
H-nne geese ' - -luTprior
Grain f4 bus ., . ,7
Wbtat, Uir to gooul, -
Corn, '. .-.i!.'-
Oats - -
HejMP.-toii.j -i -v
.ViimeXf. H. -'.V 4'' V '
J'nif to good ?'
Interior ttencrintians -
Illdeaft" V,;.''.. ':,-... !
flint - v
' C63 00
ll i :
Snail- '1 lb
:-If&lr leeood ,. - .'.
..,, , ... WBIte jr4''':
r. tbf..St;;JUl .y- Tf.--.'-.
v .OrasketS 4 -i -V
7 f.-. 74i:l
Mirf a.- ; .
1. Alma t '
.t 2 do
t -90 (ii Z:3S.:
-3Ji't(r -. 40'
Kimawba "fl bus
KtQmAfkst -V: i .4
, ' , 1 80
2 5$ $' 3 00
1 . ..
''P HE' subscriber would Tefpectrully.infort the eiti
JL- letis cif Haruib'4 and the ernmuity generally,
Hi at lie Iim recently purcliased ot J. IM,.1ooib, iils-eu-
and has 'comfiwnced business upotihis own respoasi
hitily. He has lemoved from the'edd stand a Cew'doors
tibowytothe home formerly occupied by Wautrhyksa
TiiriieHs shop, where lie will be' happy at aU times to
see his aul triends and customers, and slrarurers win
Se equally welcome, and set equally as eood' bareains.
ne nas on nanu a gooi assortment 91. almost every ar
ticle in his line, coiisistinjr, of ...
.;f Leaf At ri' SJus, BoqIs, both Easltrn and
, , Shop Mark, Saddles, Bridles and '
Harness of every description, tt'hiys
i ' ' Bags, Over Slwes, Saddle
- lT,ees. buckles, bridle bits, slirrun iroim webbinei
- sestine; padding and aliuost every article that a saddler
'. . ... 1 111. 1 -ii 11 1
uiny nun 10 piirvua'ie, an wnicu ne win sen as iuw
for ca!b as they can be bought in Hannibal.
He would turlher add that he has employed A. J.
DALLAS, as foreman of the lio shop; than whom
there is not a better workman in N'orthrn Missouri
and wheu he promises work, it is always made to the
day. nov20tf . JONATHAN UOKli.
A Ll. persons indebted to J. M. Doom, ar requested
as 1 verv important that he should close up his business,
1 1 1 1 : .. ..1 .. 1 ..idi Hi. .hii.i. . it
I 1 ...ti.. . 1.:. i.i.i;.i.....i 1. r n
Having rrceiuiy Bum 1111 raiuuiisuuiciu iv 4. uuib.
is to be honed that not one who is owing him and tees
f.v bawoSnd p withe, on.
man t0 cost j. Gore will attend to the settlement of
all debts due him.
J. M. DOOM,
Per J. GORE.
Tobacco, Cigars and Snuff"
II. LEER & A RBOG AST,
KEEP couslaiitly on hand the very best Aliwouri
and Vireinia Tobacco; SnutT of all qualities! Smo-
kine Tobacco, (coarss ami line;) Kegalia, Puncipe,
Melee and common Ugars ana every article usually
kept m their line. e , uovnui
Apply i tue sign oi ine
V 3 8 t). .:
TO THE LADIES
i.v i'.tnrit i tj.nt!
WJP. would call the narticulaf attention of the La
V dies to our stock ot tine ,
sSsis and Fine Gaiters,
Kather superior to any in the maiket, bought of the
manufacture rs, and warranted Kood. Alio a Uoestoek
of MufTs, and Vicloriues. Ileal Thread Killings, and a
"'i: -'id assortment of Kibbonm all wool Da Laiiiej,
very rich and heautrj'ul. AIo a splendid lot of BUcK
Tiguied Watered 8ilK, which, we will sell very cheap.
uovi y . - WLl.ia t jjur.r.u.
T. lT L ATIIROl'lTcb., ManlfacTa
rers and wholesale dealers In Trunks, Valises, t'arpe
Bugs, fce. Principal pepel No 60, Third t Brne.b(
io m vine wreci. ,
St. Louis. Mo. '
ALT. persons lndpb'sd to the ili ol E. Diinnin,
either on' not it book aceotin'f r fmpeeifully
cIW upon to settM (lie sm if Ihtv would aa col
and troublB. GEO. BACON, Adm'r,
' novl3-4w ' ' ' of E. Dunning, dse'd.
- , : . v 1 . .
ST, LOUIS STOVE STORE.
',',.. O-O-i 1 .,. ...
WE, the Subscribers takr this si'thcx of inform
ing, our frionds and lh public uin gtntral that
i have now on band the best and most complete as
sortment of j ,.f
Cookint;, Ileal Ids; , and Parlor Moves
ever. brought lo Hannibal, which w intiod to sell low
lorcan. We are also mannlacturing lor whjletale and
reuil trade, lo Of Tin Ware, of & .-, . . s
than has ever been used in Hannibal before. Call and
examine oir stock for yourselves and yon will b
vinced that Wlmt we toy Is not r. We frsrrant all
our 8lovet for one year, and ran fiimlnH new plates at
1 1 . : . ,1, i ,.n .n.r . . . .
an num. aii Kinus 01 jir) nuttn aotio 10 oraer
and warranted to stand." Don't forget flic place ,
West side of JVIain.StrceCtwd'doors
' north of the Brady House, '
novl3y BRYAN It SUMMERS. .
fpl(E subscribers hava jukt received a large supply of
L Ballimore Cove Oval era. i.-
-Vrrel'W-'AT ikvi lsu put u, Um'ninn la)! in a
superior manner, in car.s Derir.eiically sealed, and will
retain their qualities perlect lor any length of tune,an 1
in any climate. They are offered to the dealers at St.
Louis prices. n I3tf J. A. JNSLEE It CO.
' By JOHN I. ELLET, ;
THE Ppsprietef "Will spare no pains to make the
Brady House a pleasant and comfortable home for
the welry traveler. tJBnggage taken to or from the
beat or atage free of charge. " .....
' " ," Brady Hovsb, Hannibal,1 Mo.i
THS "sub'eristf wsuld reipsstfally anssanec lo the
.citizens of Hannibal and the traveling jiublie. that
he has taken the well known Brady House, which has
been thoroughly f learned and repaired and entirely fur
nished throughout, with new and good articles of every
deecrrption of furniture, beds, bedding and bedateailsj
carpet iiiuuii cioins, crockery ana glassware, Kiicn
en and parlor.0 Alt, 1 say, is new and clean, and ready
lor Inspection of the curious, or for trial by the weary
traveler. No pains will be spared to mske the Brady
House a house of comfort a quiet borne the, travel
ers rest.- And as my prunes shall not exceed any other
respect role house in the State, I shall coi fiJcntly hope
to receive a fair share of public patronage.
. ,- .. . JUHW h.L.l.hl.
N. B Casli at All times will be paid for all good ar
tides eeded"by the lionse. 4 Diy board $1. Meals 25
cts. Weelc&bardj without lovlging, f i 60.
J; I. E.
Sign of iWrPtafe-;IIprse
l nrai,v Xi irnn vi nnnnpierii. .....
.-L. .'i-.-.. i. . .. . . ... t m . .. ...
TTSffE iubsci'iuere nave. Enrshed ll ironrpar oi uietr
i) i I ;4-'TtP;nstVe etnble', and-wheu. ineiacuinon ure eom
8 .lotlpleteil they will; 6e able teettbWarMleaoyf.
Horsey. 1 nis aiaoiiy ueuie ui 01 iti&uifKTMi, i, (un ru
for rtst to :the WrtsK' Thipjr' ore ell supplied '..ith
jfjtc'ellfiit aljij comtortoWe . :?,. ; ".;
" Carriugcs, Hoicks and Buggies .... .vf
G6'6di' 'Sentler Saddle" and ,'llarnt
Whih w(1l be furnisheil on the short Bttiotieer and at
I thi.Jowest possible. prijrsl The public are assured that
at no; iaoie -in prinr.o ninsoun, .can iuey ue joeuer
icdoiiimcKlated withievery characttr f toiiyeyanciejiet-
..e'ssary. for. revetor-pleasure. . ., A' ; .' t .'J
.porsea iea vy-ine- uay, ujoimi or.jcuii . ,,..
. A, good Buggy Horse kept eXprejily for .hunters.-..
.. All we ask ,is t.'call Irohj the cjtiienor(ravelug
public. ' ' "v."'" ''". '
N. .B. -Near to- thi stabte is a coach makr and black
smith shop. 'j.J
Geutleinen s'topninzat any of.Uie hole.lif. vilt Ile,ae
order-Uioir-lmr.es j: sufjstable, wtrifreisvcryiatlirtioii.
will be eiventhem.O'-tv ' " " ' .' '
fpenllernenbivihg'.jjooihoTses to sell, will'djrweH tir,
pne uttcaii, at iney wur.nna 11 grmiy IP uir uin
iage, as in cae we.ioii'j buy v. will aid in hulling
purclrasra.-'i ' :' oc30tf
I.aok out.for.the-ii-of.tli..,., ; .
.: . i - IJkwkiiEotaeWdftiggj'J f. ,
' - tr. s:Hiijt I A; B. VtB8, : .
. :i , .-. N. P. KUNK.EL.
at ' '
ONE DOLLAR & EIFTY
Ballard's Daguernm Rootns, .
Which will ha kentonen for two weeka longer. Cor-
rect likenesses taken, colored to suit customers, and in
serted in lockets, bracelets, rinps snd pins. All are in
vited lo call and improve the opportunity.
W. a. Club ot ten talien at , oczo-u
OXE DOLLAR EJCH!
. Administrator's Notice.
TOTICV' is hereby given to nil creditors and other?
x interested in the estate of William S. Tingle, dec'.L
that letters of administration on said estate, bearing date
July 23, R5l, have been granted to tlie iirdersigued Dy
the cleikol Marion county court in viTauon., au persons
indebted to said estate aie requested lo make puymem
immediatalv. and all persons bevine claims agmust said
estate are required to piertnt them, properly authentica
ted, within one year from the date of said letters, or
thev may be precluded from any benefit of said ettt,
and" if not preseuted within three years, they will be
forever barred. i
oc30-3t . JULIA A. TIXGI.E, Adm'rx.
"f T7E have n hand another supply of this excellent
V, article for the prevention ol
' A (tut) and Fever. ' ..
This cordial has been used by a number of onrcitisens
with entire satisfaction. Baing a poweriul tonic, it is
recommended to debilitated persons it restores the
tone of the digestive organs and invigorates the system
tnrouetioui. ror hw vi
novbtf r j. a. iatr.r. et
rjAVEjutt received from Boston, New York and
XL Philadelphia, ibeir
W INTER STOCK OP GOODS,
Ceuii'Wte, and are ready to weA upon all. Their stock
consists of everything in the l)iy 04ods, groceries and
Queeuswai line, !o the largest and beat selected
Kaek of . . .. .-. i
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ever brouf lit to this city. All thoie who w'uh to buy
Ara invitoti to call arid examine them. novl3.y
"Ilf'Ebarta few tine Ciapa and Bsy State ahauls
I which we will sell tow to ciow em ins i.
3v t , , ?0f.MNS BK F.F.I).
.'; ",'r ,'. ,j ,:. - -. ;- ,. . . ......
SLEKPER fie BACON, Great Western
Wire Factory, W, Market street, between second and
third, " ,. , ,.;.-...,
Kt. Loui, Mo'.1' '
Alwats ready lo fill ordeis for 8ele. Kirl'llety Tr:w.
Kitchen tiie, Bird Cages and Fencing Wire. Flv
MnO Mill Wire Cloth and eereenery of tfil kinl.w
Brass, Copperand Iron Wirt Cloth ef a oukr, al
ways oa band. . 0i)y'
VV. M. BKOVVN, Soap, Oi ftnd Cttntll
Steam Works. No. 440 North Main itreet, .' .,1
Kt. Louis, Mo. . .. , .
Wbolevate roanufaeliirer and dealer in Soape of eery
dnrrtntkin and variety. Al Adamantine, Star and
Mould Candles, The frail e supplied at wholesale with
Soda Ash, Palm Oil and Rosin Tallow Lard and fclea
tin. ... 0 ........ i, ocf . .
BltOVVNLEE, HOMER fc CO.. No. b5
Mai street, . .--,7 :r -'J ,-,) , ;;
,- bt. 10018, Mo. , t
Hare expoted for sale a large assortment of -Foreign
and DomeMio Dry Corx, comprising everything in
their line, to which they invile the attention of country
merchants, believing such inducements w II be offered
as will entille there lo the preference. . ' ' t9f
ll. P. PERKY & CO., (successors to Er
nes 4r Tucker,) Importer and WhoWnle Dealers in
English and Ainericao Hardware and Cutlery, HO Main
is. St. Louis, Mo.
.WOLFF & IIOPPE, Importer! of
man, French and Ciiglish Fancy GooJt.and wholesale
dealers in American Variety (;ools.89 Main it, ' oc9j
DOAN, KING &. CO., Wholesale Drt
Goods Dealera31 and 133 Main street, ,. r0 ,
' t '' St. Louis, Mo, ! ,0 . .'' .'
Silk Goods at very low prices for Cash, of t prompt
men. .... . ( ... , ,.jh or .'
. BURllb & BROTJIER.-'Direct Import
ere and wholesale dealers in arwrv describllon Of 6aiU
dlery Hardware (11 Main. street, .between Locuai and
Vine, o - . - ...
Orders careful iy and. promptly Qlled lowest p.ict s,
1 Y 1 . ; : y
HIND & HENDERSON, Manufacturers
and wholesale dealersln Umbrellas, Parasols, Para-
soiettes ana bUBv,snais, laa main t,,np stairs,, acay
r ol. touis, iUo. -
GATi', M'CUNE & COv MbsWippl
Foundry, (Main and, Second streets. between Morgan
amlCherrj,) . 0 0
''.'.I-; tt. Louik, Mo.,'.'! f 1;: j
Manufacturers of Steam ' Engines, Mill Machinery,
Steam Boiler, and Sheet Iron Work,' Lard Tanks and
Cooler?, Tobacco, Oil and Mill Screw, and all kinds
of Brasswork, 4cc. i , -,..oc9y . .
LEE, GAGE & 0CO., Manurartarers ofi
every description of "Cast and German Steel Saws al
so Counter, Platform, and Floor Scales.; Ware Room
86 Main street, . . . . "e9v.,
.St. Lours, Mo. ' : -
CLARK,' RENFREW-. CO., Eagle
Foundry, (conies Of-Main-arid, 'Biddle streets,) .
;o -.' . ,S,tv Louii, Mo.' ' '. ?. .
T-nufeturers...of S earn-; F.njine and' Will Jaclii
'nery Page'. Portable? Save. Mills,, SteaoX-.Boiler aid
Sbfeet lrbit Work of " alt kirisr- ',.:.'. '.,'. .-
, :PfSHEENJETT, :: BookseUen,;
jSlaUchers,.aal .''Kpfit1 DeaUHS Jaln treiu,.';'.'. ; ,.
iivctf'i mi hti; large assortrnehVbf. .PririVirig, Pa
ner lnu,-M.-.-:,':.'...:. '.,- f.'.! v.-.".":-oc9f.'
;iaii-Clothirtg Emporiiim', -jtii Maih street, S J, AV, jc"or-;
.ner.'tMust;v .,.;'.''.'. l:;.,-.:-;'.v... .y.oWy-;.
liVateW tii' -iliiTeif.: Jae:toLfce;A' 83 2d street be
t'ween I4ra'sian4. , '-..ocOy yi
: i-.-: , feJ0Uia;WO(;e':?.:-V'V.i:.;;-i' U;V
' ClTIZEPWholekUronH Ketail Fur-
itiire',' Clock nd . 'Vpholsferj warehoiise, eor. -.Second
anit 1'ineii.reetV'-'--- -i r-i-'- - v.. A ocy.-.;
''.;':;UA:'StLs,,'M ..t-v-...- r rf'
.'r,w-.'.'..,.."'.' iV- '. Ti.- F. Wicktmak, Aej't.'
. '- Adinihislrator'a. Notice. ''-'.;..' : ' '.
TOTlCE is'herebV'irvei to all persons inleresten la
of administration have, beeri granlerl to I be nrnternin
e by Ihf RallsCpqnty-SPourt, ..ba'riii data October,'
1831. '. All'persons indehted 'o- said jeslate are, rerjuest
ed td make payment iiritrieiliately, all persons having
Claim against saa;estate;,are requested te ruesnt theia,
properly authejtticated, wilhio one year from the date
oT faj-t loiters, 6r thej'-'iiiay be precluded from any ben
efltpf 'iid -estate, and' if not presented within three
years, they Mi be foreyer barrejlj t '" - .-.;
" oc9-3t '''"'. " ihJOIINJ). BIGGS, TAdr. '-
GILL & BROTHER, Manufacturer of
liekdy .made Linen, arul importers and dealers in Un
der Garinents, Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, Slocks, Bra
ces, Shirts, &t., wholesale and retail, at 122 Main St.,
between Locust and' Vine,' ' oc9y ....
St. Louis, Mo. '. ,'. ', ; -i '
.'- DOBYN'S &. CO.'S Daguorreotypo Gal-
erm', Ko Main st. Louisville. Ky; No. I Fowlks
Row, Memphis, Tenn. No. 6 k. 28 Camp t. New Or
Uai 8l eLae-r Fonrtb and Chesnut, . .. .. e9y '
; . St. Louis, Mo. . ,T .1 ;
7 .. 5 Notice.;.-.- -' . ;
The eooartnershlp hsntol'orexistuu; between Drs.
Meredith k Hawkins, Is this day dissolved by mutual
conent. ' - HUGH MEftKDITH.
,Sept. 15, '51. rspl8-3t E. 1. HAWKtAS. v.
. Wanted! " e
IriflfV BUSHELS of good STONE COATn for
,UtV' which we will pay tht hiehet market
piieemtraJa. ; ; QUARLE3 If CALDWELL.
1 ' Administrator's Notice. " i
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons Interested ia
Ibe estate of Martin B. Jeffries, aee'd, that Ii iters
of administration have been granted to the undersigned
by the Kails County Court, bearing date Oct. 6, lUil. -All
persons indebted to said etat are requested to
jiake psyment immediately, and all pereus having
rlaima avainst-' said estate, are requested to pretent
them, property aulfcenticated, within one year fr.m the
!st of said letters, or I her mar he precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and iC.aot presented within three
years they wilt be forever baried. . . .
' . . lirvmi'TT A 1VV-CTHVQ. A 1.-'. .
llti lUt. J I i tir r inuu, j,uia t. j
FALL. STYLE IIATS-IS51 The best
nuiilit manufactured, at t!AUo Cans, Soft Hats
and hum, lor cam at vain prices, van at lonmuwn
Hail, 279 Broadway, . . , , T -
. ' St. Louis, Mo.. .;'
' B. MOSBACIX. ..... ;, ,
Doctor .Malicina, Chirufgia, et artis Vbsielricxa,
HAS loeaied himself in this c.ity, and offers bis pro
leastonal services to those who may favor hint
with theii pal'enage. He is a graduate o ll- lniver-J ana mw, ttireaswart. ana
ally of U lessen, Germany, and has fiacUwfor E?w -' j Ei 1 J .. JO E CLOTH I JVC,
ten years in Nahvitle, 'fenn. '"",' MT sihicb tie would invi; the attention of the publie
Being well acquainted with the peeiilienturs if, ;b j jeuciS!v., nd bis old fiends and cutomers, parlicu
discases of this country, I feel confident M giving Vry. lie wou;;! tske this oppitumi is tender hie
) , Satisfaction to Vu ,1ffliciel " thanks to Ibe oti'ti-sjomenie ii.iu o ' Kerchnvat .
And having atnJWd in paiticular the 'works of tt ) as l i.i(uiiy aollsit a --. i the same
secret phmcUn, TbennbiStiiaf Uehetitliu, and I !o him ib.ins pirul eitnttion.. .lie hopes by strict at
fed tUe'syntera of hcaimit at l'tiKU.uheaiilv and tcii'iou, la meiit at Irnta share of trle.' This etoclc
iUM xi to tely upon lor sat success, I oifcr. in chfou- bieseiits, as all new on- do, ruinr uvsaf Jcu 9tu tii
ical disease. u I'nrs, H y,"
r"No oliarg for poor iereoiis. -- "'
Ufllce i ti Bird street, next door to the Uuioa of
fice, (up stairs )v . ' ,.
TiitT ..:. .! . I .n.u.rLi, fe.nlinr,. and
J satebV Wll J.'a".LEC tU.
' ' ..
"Tha West Triumphant.
Tiffbny's Mineral RAZOR STKOP PA7TE, wr
1 anted Is givt a- fine sharp lge tat razor in ?ess time- -than
any e'her tmte ever manufactured. Fifty dsiffc
jii" receive and for sale by ., , I. H. GESt CO.
leu'a Buil'lings, Hiilstieet. sepipy sole Agnis..
. ; -W. LTGHTCAF, Manwacturer of every
variety of Cabinet Furniture of the a'est French Pa
levns, No 143 comer ef Eecona street and Washinf lea
Aveiitw, ;K,.T , ( ". . c9jr .' ".
, , St.'LotiltrMs"k""'i. ', ;';':;'
BOOTH, DRAKF& CONN, Hat an
Cap Manufacturers, No. I5S Main street,
St. Lo'li;, M. . '
Hals and Caps of the Uteal New York end F.umpesiS'
Ushiims, and every Variety sif styles Dealers Hirxih
eut the eonulry are invited le eiuuiiine our goods.
' ,..1 '.,..; .,
, m MOFFETT, i
Wholesale Orocer and Conimissiorjt
f . i Unit llannihatM)., (in the kovHt -1
formerly ocevpitd by J t'uqita, ? -t
WILL constantly keepsnppfied witbageirtralstotfc
of Groceries, which he will be enabled from h.'s .
facilities for purchasing, to eetl bv the wholesale at 8'. .
Louis prices, expenses added, Will also give h e.
personal attention to the ecmmUsion biuineu and wi I
make liberal cash advances on contignmentt. s4if
F1 RESH imi fashionable Spring goods jut rereie!
4fi: very cueap fcj 1 . XI. LXtJ, ;t,
R. L. MELVILLE, Fashionable Hatter
epposil Planters Hons, No. 43, N. Fourth t., . oc
'- r ";" '' tit. Louis, Mo
'BUCK&: WRIGHTr-Wholesale Deal
ers ia all kinds ef Stove ami Hollow. Ware. The sub J
ecribers have now on hand an assortment of the Buck
Patent Cooking Stovoe, and can supply ttiosa wishing,
lo buy cooking stoves at wholesale or retail, with the
most perfect article in the Wot. It has alt the ad van.
Tges of any other stoves) now in rise, with at leas! one-
third mere oven, wbiet Is beatetl wit uniformity in
.tvery part.-; In the oven are flues ip constniuled as to
carry off steam, arising fiotn cookirig meats, into lh
pipe, tnus prevtming ine mixture or savors., lhee
conomy, cuiitcnicnr end despatch ia cooking opera- .
' rtions, render tms stove prererah i7 JSt2T tsS
tlie public . bold as above at No. 2119, Main st. oppo
site Missouri Hotel, . ec!)y :
. , St. Loui. Mo. ! -; ;
LOOK HERE, ' ' ;
rfHI? snbfcriber deems it proper tossy to tiijolf
J- friends and the public generally, lhat his connec
tion with the late firm of Iiiraia McVeigh Co , has
oe under sy again, with aine Msorlment of
been abrmjilly dissolved, but thai ne will in a few day
Ready-Made Clothing. Sec, Sfe.r . ?- ..
Ami his friends will do well to delay Iheir purehase
for a short time,, v. . rcftr Oct. 6th. ISft l
. : , ; .v: , HIRAM MqVEIGHV
: D. T, CARD, Carriage Manufacturer
and Dealer, No. 68 Third street, opposite the Theatre,
' " ; St. Louis, Mo. : ' oc9y
S. F. SUMAIEliS, (late of ' I'hiladel-
Iihia) Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufacturer, N
9, Cbesnutst., ic: ,o., , v:
','' ' SW Louis, Mo.,-,-;, i
where may-be found every variely of Track manufac
ture at rery low prices, for cash,." oc9y .
..M.'iin street, St. Louis, Mo , 1 '''
Importers, MannfactuVers and Dealer In Cum ami
porting; apfMratiis of all kiwis. Hi lies from the most
celebrated betories in the U. 8. as well as of snv own
make. , Gnnmakers' materials and all articles connect
ed, with the trade, wholesale and retail. Also whole
sale dealers .in Etna fety Fuse" Rifle and Blasting
Powder. "' j:. oe9y
; SCAliRlTT Sc MASON'S ' New Mam .
raolh Farnitnre.Kalls, No. 60, Washington Avenue, be
tweip Second and Third streets, j , , , , , . .
' i SU Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers 'and Sealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
Bedding, Transparent Shades, Venetian Blinds, Itok- ,
ing Glasses, Clocks, Willow Ws,gons,Shower Baths,
Ice' Boxs, Kockinr Horses, Velocipedes. Veneers,
Malioaany Boards, Curlett ilair. Hair Cloth, Moss. ,
e. i ;. -',i . , - . - , ., s ;. octy
r S." STILLVVF.LU (successor to S. Ridg-
'cyl. Manufacturer of Spirit (Jas, Chemical Oil, Alco
hol and Pure Spirits. Sign of the Gohlea Barrel, at
No & Olive, between Sd and 3d streets, oc9
St. Louis, Mo.; ;
HEARD , & BRCVS, Patent . Premium
Pump Manufactory, No. 66 Loeusl street,
... it :.,., s ., .. .St. Louts, Mo. ;; ;. . .' ;
CoBstantly on hand. Force ami Lilt, Beer, Lard Oil,
Mining and Air Pumps. Pumps for deep welts war
ranted. . Pnraps of every description made to enter.
Lightning Conductors en a new and improved plan.
Gum Elastic Hose for. sale, j , -. j -, . . oc9y
"XTlBlNBOLD, Manufactarer and deal
er in Masonrn, Odd Fellow, Sons of Temperanea, and
all other kimis of Regaiia, Caps, Robes, Ceamnes, tce
Also Enihleuis, Jewels, gold and silver Lace, Stars,
Fringes, 4c, at 43 Chesnut street between second and
third streets, . " T- exr :
,. . t - St. Louist, Mo. ' '- "'.-'
GALI.EHYy Ne I, Fourth and Market streets,
!; ;, .-.-.j St. .Lonis, Mo.
Operators wilt End (lere the largest and best assortment
of Cameras, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, and all other ar-
tides used in the btislueis Patent Rich! of Crayon
Daguerreotypes for Illinois and Missouri, for sale at
this jallery. ' ! ' oc9y '
HOFFETT, STILL WELL h CO.,
COM M i S S I O N M E H C 11 AN T3
' K: It, Locust at , (Up 6tairs,
: r. n ST. LOUIS, MO. , .
.1.. TRAnire & soxs,
' ' Commission ntnl I'roduce
..,.,..' M E R Q HA NTS, :
No. 36, Comraereinl, and 18, Fremt, Street,
it. Letrit, Me.
QUINT!" extra superGne Bout, iust rji nu .f.TT
a splendid lot for tale cheap by 1
t. n. 6r.i.ii.a.
A One Hone Waguo, apply to -
novts-tt CLKTStLOCKWOOU. 0
, Groceries, Bouts nd SItoes, Huts
bid 0s, for it Is evident that lao hnvirjr a l.rgo
traile already, will be lure uf the proliisj wile new
ones will o;i iudurefaeiitn to build up a bu.Mnens, and
tliat he now docs. IU will begiu lo Ulk of the p-vft:i
Sertyoar rr so, whe fiis bwv (r!s )fgj bt
' now is liis time ta ivll theup, and be ll o'rjwiM4 to
dose. Don't wders'aiiJ me t fay I willoivg ye
lur roods. fo'
khow tuina.lv will u tii tT. n m.r m
i.o. ,t putt? I W. f.KKXtHBVAl.
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