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' r' .itiit Oermnn. The (.'nrm-
rscfct, ttt ".i .; h J was 4 uu-mber, cr.snll.l llif-i
rrusi l:c .r.T!B j)!ul sn s!t tut, cmmiu-rr'l t'nat. r
wfff S'toikI i' pprest thin rernlti HMili', I
nh'juW st lie tlt.it one of tlie. cliitf politic:-! na-iio-.tver
ef M.'ltrrriicli, wn to oppress one na
tion Irv means of another. Onearmy wastlrawrt
out of tlie land, part in Unhemia nrnl part in Italy,
while we hsd in Hiinpty, Citrmnns, Croats,
rlo, anl AVallacks. Attho licad of thi revolt
v t" IVitt of Cr-'Siii,iin'l they finivli-tl ly V
cWinc their in;!fY.rr.dir.r. AY e, tlie Hungarian
ministers, rnt reu'ed the Ki"K toy:ive hi consent
to convoke tlie pjirliainctit, in order tvttit ineans
miyltt be blained to suppress the revolt. I. the
Minister of Hutipttry nominated by the Kinjr,
stood leUe tlie Are'uluke Palatine, when he
gave the order, Hear, licar.3
,.. The King fied to Inspruck, and k deputation
,i lit $l;cre, inviting him to come to Bitda, and
rely on tire loyalty of the iconic. ' We promis
ed to defend liim against the world and tlie
Hunpirianii have proved that they can defend
whnt they have promised to defend. Cheers.
I lo stood beside the Archduke Palatine when
he read tho solemn edict of the King:, condemn
ing the tnnehination of the Croats and Serb,
and atatmg that no hnd iriven oraers(tohi mini
lers in Hungry to put down the revolt. In the
same edict ha called upon hi failtifui Parliament
of Ilunrj - i levy' Vc array'.' nk to jwovto'
mean ta carry on lue war. 1 it ws w.io pro
posed it t Parliament, but I had hardly aaid
few vorJ when I wa atopped in my speech,
and the supplies granted at once.
While these matters were going on, news ar
rived from Italy thai the battle of Conslanza 1
. hai t ice n won, and that the government of i
tn were now ia a Tio&ition to consider the
rM-ns of cruhing Hungary. A proclamation
was issued asking Jcllachich, who had been
proclaimed a traitor by tlie King, to'go against
, Hungary, calling him a friend. Surely there is
not aa norient man in the world vrho will not
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on with COjOOO men; but we beat him, taking
, two armies and one general, our only force bo
in tlie undisciplined people armed with scythes.
He then asked for a truce, and two days were
given him, and in the meantime he broke his
word ana escaped. e lollowetl him. 1 was
tlion President of the Council, tho ministry hav
ing resigned in conseiuence of the dissolution of
f whament bclore the nrrangTment of the bud
get, which was cjjainst the Constitution, which
provided that the Parliament should not separate
without atTansriu? the budiret. Iu addition to
this violation of Constitutional rights, the King
makes his idler jo, giving to him the power to
govern Hungary, of Jcaacluch, the man whom
ho lmd proclaimed a traitor.
W aiid we would not take the traitor as gov
ernor, and Uiat the parliament could not be dis
solved, because it had voted no budget. ' We
'y declared that the' order for dissolution had not
been signed by the responsible officer, and that
therefore, tlie I arUament mutt tit, I had then
the honor to be president of the provisional gov
ernment, and I ordered Jellachich, who bad e
ii -a vs
S.-f t -e 4..-i- i .
V - roiiiioners to the Government, demanding from
w v4jiis io uic luut.ti ui. 41.u31.rt, a suiu colli-
A -Ji!.CPeneral f tlie Austrian army that they
:i Ituitsa oirvespect tne law of neutrality toward
vwoll-bclovnot irive any shelter to the revolted.
long in t- not only protected him, but permitted
i' t' guzi join in the operations of the siege of Vi
tenainri. Xhess two armies ca'e to Hungary un-
feal'F Windichgratz, calling rebels and slaves,
as Re struggled, and fought hi t!cs history tells
'".Vwiow. fljoud cheers. t li :t still one thing I
,,ijPife.st add, that although we v. ere victors, defcat
,r'Wheo the Imperial armies in several battles aU
I uciioia mtion ou tlie 4in or March, imv, m
.i to von (rlojclvinir on the false report of a general
an army, drliai never occurred, he declared by a
in ,. xlurope to.alcu of his pen that the nationality of
mov Ycs-v was blotted out, that its constitution
Jieitwto be torn up, and that henceforth Hungary
wa to be incorporated with the Austrian Em
pire, to be ruled by Ins good will and pleasure
- notwithstanding all tins, 1 say, still we did
not proclaim a rupture with tlie House of Haps
burg, until I had received certain intelligence
v thai tlie Kusstun intervention had been decided
uDon and accented. THear. hear.1 And.
.. .ain sorry to add, tliat we also got information
; l fat against Otis intervention we had no help to
jr.,, ve vpect anywhere. IJM. Kossuth was here
1 eifre-eply affected, and burst into tears.! Tl.
,ye -jfssitlcrea the matter iu uiy conscience, and
V',i521C to ine J
pnnoin.inn , t . f a,i now w,.
niiifit submit to overiurow ana, to an end ot us
--.'j. liTe; without even trJ'ng t ave ourselves, or,
y if we were not cowards and base enough to com
. mit such suicide, some reward was necessary to
justify the struggles und sacriflces of tlie peo
ple. . ' "' ' " '.
And I proposed that if we were to contend
eg3int two great cmpirea-jj there ww nobody
to help us, nobody to prevtaxt Paskewilsch, as lie
had promised, treading on the neck of Hungary
if wo Wcic to SifUld fii our liWriies, as
vc had once stnu.'gled for the Christian liberties
of Europe, then I proposed, as a reward, the in
dependence oi Hungary, ana my proposal was
.accepted. L.oad cl.ee s.J That is a Kiutemenl
of wliut occurred, and you all know what was
the result. How we fared let me not say; it is
too deep matter for sorrow. This much only
will I say, that though forsaken by the whole
worlds I am io this day confident tiiui we would
have been a match lor tlie combined torccs pi
the two despotic powers, but it is my fault and
my weakness that as Governor of Hungary,
Laving the lead iu tliis great movement, I had
not art euough to fight witfi equal arms the du
plicity of Russia; you know how lie introduced
treason into our counsels. Had I only been pre
pared for this treason, all would not certainly
liave failed. Hear, bear. Hut the result of
what has occurred is, that the house of Haps
burg, as & dynasty, exist no more. It merely
vegetate at the whim ot the mighty Czar a
luiigh to whom it has become the obedient
scnaut. (llear, lie.r. j lsut u the people of
England only decided that Kusia should not et
, her foot ou the keck of Hungary .if they would
only resolve to ay "stop," to llussia, and noth
ing more, wo might still be happy. . Hungary
would have knowledge patriotism, loyalty, and
' tioufgft enough to dit)cie uf it own domestic
matter j as it i tlie sovereign right of every na
tion to do. llear. hear. And now, gcntle-
mtii, i uuki yon wm excuse me if 1 tiava not
, tttiswireU your $xpccUliui-if I hava tired
i;Vau. o, uo.j Aly intention was to show
- yolj thut tlie cause of my pooocountrv is woriliv
at your generous sympathy, because we have
striigii-d tor a national existence, which, when
once Ijst, there U no resurrection any more for
j pt-uptxi. TLliv ia the cause for wnich I ask
your generous sympathy, and which I m -na-
hk'4 to lay before you here through the gener
ous hospitality of the Mayor of Kotuhampton. -
t!" li-i a !
h jend t
i Ewli," ISTi -
as fjtUer f!.e uM.onunr.ie, ana ine prw"ti-j
or f rum-riiij l,iiu,iii!y , Ilppy tJiB rcl;n !
where surh a mn c?tn the from the people hy j
his own it:rvi,v..ec, his own Integrity, his!
own energy. It is the glory of England that
such a man iiir'; in uth a manner can enjoy
the honor and eouf'idenoo of his countrymen.--Let
me, then, v hile et pressing my humble and
everlasting thanks for the kind sentiment enter
tained ward me, propose to you, with tlie
deepest affeefiun, the health of the Mayor of
SUBSCRIBE .IT O.XCEU
PEOPLE 3 PICTORIAL TIMES. "
To bo published temt-inontlily, the lireeit and most
netblr illustrated paper erer printed, jo addition to
hin full of views, sod kdictirs of the mast notable
evenls of th ear, we shsll ocee a monta bav th'
Largr.it Engrarfag Printed in Color;
An era in Ibt nnvspspw world hitherto onheaid of.
Thst every family in the Und iny have one, ws reve
fixed the mice at One Dollar per year. The
first number will positively he iuued on the 12th of
.eplemner Aduress iiincripiions ana eommunica
tior.sto. DREW BOB.NSON,
Sept 4 Editors PictorisJ Time, N. Y. City.
KINGSLAND & FERGUSON, rhoe -
rtti!y,t cr4 "9 sewn itrect, ' ,
Manufactnrer oCPaire' Portable Saw Mill and Hon
Power, Ttireshing Machine, Stoves, Catings, Coma
Elicllcrs, Plow and Mill M hinery of every descrip-
lon. ocmjt nareaousc zuz main sr.
NEW store and new Fashionable Ready made
Clotliine. Come and see bow we can beat the
T. R. SKI.M,
m' epered his Ct It PETS and IltGS
A J. one door north of Melloa and Hawkins. focl3
Cash for Wool.
THE hie heat mfcrket price, in cah, paid for wool.
by epHy M. A. I.I.N DSI.KY,
... .-. . - - - txaie ureas wears.
BROAD WAV FOUNDRY KIXGS
land I.IGHTiNER, Ereine Builders, and Mann-
facturer of Boilers, Sheet Iron Work, Mill Machinery,
Paiker's and Johnson's Reaction Water Wheels, Oil
and Tobacco Pi esses, Hydraulic do., ro,i and Brass
I asiings ol every kind. oc9y
iSt. Lot;!', Mo.
NOTICK is hereby giveo to the Administratrix and
Auditors of the estate of Saral. T. Waters, dee'd.
lite o" Marion eouiitv, that bavimr been appointed bv
the couoty court for said count v a commissioner to au
dit and sKle all demands against th said estate under
One Hutiorpfl Dollars, I will attend, at my office mi
the city of ,Vrinibal, in said county of Marion, on
Thnrsdav. the 3011s day of October. A. D. 1851. be-
t ween tha hours f 8 in the forenoon and 5 jn the after
noon of that day; l aurirt.nd settle demands against
the aid estate of fv."cl. T. W'aiers, deeM, presenled on
that day. ocllb ai . laaauj. HUU,ceuri.
S.H.BAILEY. U'holesale Confection
er, eor. Pine and 2d street?, c.ie square helow "Monroe
St. Louis, i"o.
Constantly on hand, of hi own manufacture, Siea
Be&aatU Plata and VaMv ftundvt abut Plain aad Mad
ieated Lozenges put up in ounce wrappers. Orders
from the country promntlv attended to. nd deliver
to any part of the city free of charge. Symo made to
W. F. KEIICHEVAL
HAS opened for J. C. Waugh, at the weil known
store formerly ocenpied by Kercberal & Green,
nd recently known as the Peoole' Store, a r, .tr.rU
of ' . "
ST.iFi,E nnv noons,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats
arul Caps, Qxitensware, pnd
rejidy Made clothing,
To which be would itivile the attention of the public
generally, and his old friends and customers, partica
Urly. He would take this oppoitunity to tender his
thank to the old customers of tlie firm of Kercheval St
Green, and respeclfully solicit, a renewal of the same
to hiin in bis present situation. - He hopes by strict at
tcntion, to merit at least a share of trade. This tock
presents, as all new ones do, many advantages ovr the
old ones, for it is evident that those having a large
trade already, will be sure of the profils; while new
ones will offer inducements to build no a businem. .ml
that lie now does. He will begin to talk or the profits.
7 . , . ' -Tutu in, uuainess gei large: but
now ishitimetor.ll cheap, and l.e is determined to
do so. Don't understand me to ay I will oiv s you
goods, Tor you know nobody will do th it. if they oa
. - Mi3 W. F. KKHCHKVAL.
A Administrator's Notice.
n.Trvrrr'E' ;. i..k : .
i ., r nw io an persons interested in
XI the estate of Martiu B. Jeffries, dee'd, that letters
of administration have been graiite! to the undersicjied
IV heJla "" Vou,,ty t-ouit, bearing date Oct. 6, isai.
mi i-auui muuuuMi io sam estate are requeued to
Jianu paymeni lunneuiutelv. and all nnuni li.vi,,.
claims against said estalo. are reauested in ir..r,t
them, properly authenticated, williin one vear from the
date of said letter, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three
me win ne iorever Darieil.
HENRIETTA JEFFRIES, Adm'x.
Doctor Med'u-'ma, Chirvrgia, ei ariis Obstdricue,
"IT AS located himself in lUit city, and offers Ui pro-
. , 'c"1 sen ices to Itioss w ho may favor him
with Uii-ii atroi"Se.
ity of Giesseu, Germany, and has practiced for near
ten yeaTS in Nashville, Term.
Being welt acquainted Willi (U peculiarities of the
diseases of this country, I feel confident of giving
Satis faction to the Micted t
And having studied in particular the woiki of the old
ecret physician, Theophrastus" of Hohenheim, and
found the sj stem of healing of Paracelsus the only and
sole one to rely upon lor safe success, I offer, in chron
ical diseases, ut cure, ut pay.
ne ii a graduate oMhe Univer
S-rlSo charge for poor persons.
Ollice : On Hurl i.troi.1 .(. . 4. il.- tt. r
re. lin kli,ir '
i -r -j- ocza
DOUYN-S ct CO.'S Datruerreotvne C..
ertei No W Bfain st. Louisville, Kyj No. 1 Fowlks
now, iiieiiiinns, iiin. no. s2a Lump st, lew Ur.
Ieann arid oLac.r Fourth and Chesnut, oc9y
" St. Louis, Mo.
The copartnership heretofore eaLiting between Drs
Moreditli U Hawkins, is this day dissolved by mutual
em"L HUGH MKKKDITH.
Sept. IS, 'Si. fepl8-3t K. J. HAWKINS.
Administrator's Notice. .
NOTICE is hereby given to all person Interested in
the estate of Win. K. Higgin. dee'd, that letter
of administration have been granted to the undersign
ed by the Jtall County Coutt, bearing date October 6
ihi-i all K :...ii.....i . . ..i .
, m i.iauii9 iiiucuicu iv aatu estate ait request
ed to make payment immediately, all persona having
claim against said estate aie requested to present them,
iuin;ij 'iiixiniraieu, wuuiii one year iioiu the dale
vi i.iu ieira, oi iney mav De precluilej from any ben
etit of said estate, a,id if not presented withiu thre
jxmi, iiiey win ue ioiNvr liarri.1.
JOHN D. BIGGS, 'Atlr.
CILLi BROTHER, Mauufactuters of1
tteauy maua Uuen, and importer aud dealers iu Un
Vr (."armenls, (Jlojes, Hustiry, Cravat, Stock, Uia
ces, hliirt. fcc. wholesale ud retail, at 122 Main at.,
St. hovU, Mo.
rClNCY extra uerue flour, fuit t
11 .1 i v V i
dciidid lot for aala cheap by hLJ
JOURNAL AND UN10N-
KcCRlJEIlYi ESSEX fc CO,
tV,Hl I tM.K DC.tt-t.ag IS
t : HITS. OPS. BSSETi.'S
VARIETY AND FANCY GOODS!
No. 94, Main Bt Gt Lonis,
Ct ALL (he attention of the country merchant to the
' Urgent tork of goods in this line, to bs found In
XIats and Caps.
fidie' riortncn bniJ. fancy straw, sillr, aatin and I
velvet hnnnea. t
Fancy and Variety Goods Dress
Blark matteoni lustrine, Gro de1 Rhine and emfcbed
liks; ehaneesble pliri, high colored, Stripe and Ian
cy sillcs, Bonnet ilk and satin, florencea, aie.t
Alto, a general stock of cashmeres, de laine, velvets,
lustres, fancy plaids and worsted and silk embroider
td merino robe-.
Cambrics, laconets. mull and Swiss muslins, latin
tripe, Uce atrip ami Up check do victoria and bish
op lawns plain and fancy bobbioets, patent pot and
faiR-y Uce net.
Shawls and Handkerchiefs.
Fine colored Ion? haw), black do. 5-4,6-4. 7-4, 8-4,
and 10 4 plain and embroidered American cloth do, A
merican. Scotch and Knclish plaid ilnitolain and em
broidered cathtnere do plain and printed merino do
Llaid and net wool ha'k'ls fancy merino scarfs ami
f-lttaVtsisSKj' feojr' area hd'Cf; ftat aad Uucyii2
Cravats and Hand kerchiefs
Gents' blk liitriii; cravat, blk Julian, plaid odov
bc.9ed, and camelcou do fancy neck ties.
l'oneee, Ehanghair, Cora, bandana, embossed and
Bpi'.tlrlield itk pocket hd'k'f ladies' and gents' linen
We are prepared to idiow to our old customes and
merchants eenerallv.a lairr stock and greater variety
of goods than any ollior house ia oir line in the city,
w Uicb we offer upon the most liberal terms, f ep4 2n
HALP BAR8EI. OP UR8T PKIVI? SUGAR UOUSE
ll.Atft-Kr- juM cewWed an llM Hli low by
T. K f rJLMHa
RAND'S DAGUERRCPTYFC SA
LOONS, 57 Fourth atreet, opposite Planter House
lt. L.OUIS. MO.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. Louis are invited to
call and have their likenesses taken in a style equal
to that of any in the world. ocily
t). 0. 1.LEACH AM, AlllSl Ot BUp I.
EUWAUD EGGERS, Imjiorter nnd
Dealer in Groceiies, Liquors, Wines and Cigars, and
Commission and Forwarding Merchant, No. 173 Alain
bt. Loui, jIO.
LAND FOR SALE!
f''- The undersigned offers his farm for tale,
2 situated in Kalis county. JMo.. lvine directly
Steion the main county road, about three nnlesl
jl from Hannibal, leading to Matson'i Mills,
iu i'lke county, and to New Ixiiidon. There are two
hundred acres in said tract of land, and it is well tim
bered and watered, for raising slock. It ha three
large springs on it of the best of water, that have nev
er been known to go dry, and it is thought to be one of
the healthiest locations in the State, has all the advan
tage of the river and markets, and is in every condi
tion situated for health and advautag for trade. It has.
also a good Srhool House on one end of it, in one
quarter of a mile of the dwelling, Thers are about 40
vm nf elrared land on it that is adaoted for the rais
in? of hetnp. florn, tobacco and wheat.
dTliose who wish to do well, will please call and
view the laqd Jor themselves, oeiora purchasing. pos
session can be given at any time to suit the puichaser,
Sent 28 ocUMm . GEO. W. GLASCOCK",
Who wants a genuine article of
QUIIM CY FLOUR,
JUS'f drop i tthe"F.4IE
DII.M.S FLOl'it 1E-
I'OT" on aireei, jiear uie mrU-irlsS
Levee! and " will get Quincy SaJt '
Flour what l QUINCY FLOUR, manulactured at
the celebrated "Eajle Mills," in the eily of Qiiincy,
And nn Humbug.' Not second hand Quincy
barrels filed with oifiCT Flour!! rp2i
Wholesale and. Retail.
main street, Hannibnl, No.
L. T. BUITTINGHAM & BItO.
A HE now offeiingbriigs cheaper than ever offered
in Hannibal, and will sell lower than any other es
tablishment in the city. We ask the citizens and coun
try merchants to call and examine our drugs, and see if
tbey will not compare with any in any city; and cheap
er than they can buy them in St.- Louis.
White Lead, Pure,
$1 00 gal
1 li." keg
1 40 do
" " " Wo, 1 - .
Calomel. Mander, Weaver', the best that
is made in the world, ...
Calomel, English, ....
Salaiatua ... . .
Ink, Black - . . .
Mustang Liniment, ....
McLain's Vermifuge ....
Blue Mass, good
Indigo, a first rate article, -Soda,
.Sup. Carb., for bread, - c.
2 00 111
1 75 lb
5 00 oz
1 1(1 do !
i.xt x.cgwooa, .....
1 50 do
sulphur per lU'J lbs . . - .
Ma.hler - . . .
All other article in proportion to the above,
A LARGE LOT OF 8X10 GLASS,
For sale at r Of H D M Bi dollar per
Box, by myly L. i JiJUl'lliUHAM &. 11UU.
' Wall Paper. s
ISO TS. estra tine Wall Paper, Tor sale bf
"ry M. A. LINDSLEY.
n e w JlS; store;
THE tubscriber would call Ihe attention of his for
mer customers, and the public, to his large and
well selected stoca of dry goods, boots and shoe, bat
and cap and groceries, which he is now receiving and
opening at hi old stand, the great Western, well
known to th public in its fnriae: dayi for good and
cheap goods, and solicit t sliaic of custom.
"B2lf M. A. LIKDSLEY.
, HANNIBAL FOUNDRY,
Palmyra Aveuue, llaunibal, Mo.
MITCHELL & lT5iTNG T 0 N ,
MANUFACTUP.ERS of Engine, Saw and A :
Flouring Mill Machinery of every, de- t
scription, Turning Lathes, (horse power;, tc.
all 1. i.,.1 . r ,..;:. .. i :u ... . , " . . "
' i'iiing aiiti juu wora none in Drass or
iron. All the above work will be exeeuted with dis
patch and on as accommodating terms a can be trad
in the wetern country.
t-rn. b. uu cmt iror.;t.)rr. aud brusa hnuahl al
rpiIE tubscriber havaju.st received on consignment
X a lot o.r woor'.cn ware te. eonsistiug ol tub: buck
et churns; half bushels) wash boards; tar cans, butter
ladle; euro dinners, barrel covers: well l,..b.i.. ,
il.r faucets; wovdun .5o,nj rolling pi,,,. lorje buckets,
bowls, covered boxe.l kml. tray,. be.f uull.l.; eov-
i i',1 . ""'"'"'K "lu'iiei; niow Hues: bed
cords; blacking brushes; m(li, fcc (all gf rvljjt k are
ojfcld to th dealer at St. Louis pri-es. noVoU'
J. A. INSLEE, & CO.
lHANNIIiAL, MO, NOVEMBER
HEAR YE! HEAR WA Oil MY
M. lh Indebted to the aubiwriber, are mot po
litely informed that i bow, this day,'com9enc
new et of book, and that at) old account must be
settled up to this date. Mow la.-e tne rrir, snu i
am truly yours. T. H SF.I.MES.
J. B. SICKLES, & CO., Q
No. 144. Main street, Bt Louis. Mo., op
posite the Bank.
inruicu'ioi sno WMOLCai.c srsLias l
Saddles, Harness, Trunks,
Bags, Buffalo Shoes, Saddle
Trees, &c. Also,
latroaTtai S!d .DiaLtat ia
aug28-12w O u
WATCH MAKER Wi ASD JBVt ELBIt
Main treel. Haiiitibal, Mo
f PHE subscriber has nermanentlv located in thi city
X. and is always prepared to repair watches, broken
iewelrv. &.c, in the most workmanlike manner, and on
the most resonable terras. He ha now on hand, and
,iwiiiiti( Jereivii-e fi.ii o ibe fmrv n".'t
most tash'ionable Jewelry, Watches, Clocks Jt., from
luc Desi imporune nouses in me east, ms siuck
nnurpased by ny other heuse in the city, and those
tilio give him a call willbe satisfied with uis bargains;
as he offers great inducements to purchasers.
1 he citizens of Maon and Kails counties are re
spectfully invited to give me a call. Store on Main
sliest, opposite the "Great Western." f seplS
Jutt received in addition to his foimer stork, a sup-
i ly of faf lUngs, Pins, ic. Also a very fine lot of
;it'l Ear Kings, new style. Smith's New York (ld
l ens warranted-- very fine articte. Oct 24.
TO t Jlactereljthe best ever brought to Hannibal,1
11 just received direct from Boston in barrets, h
barrels and kitt for saleby Tv K KI..Mt:S
inst received direct from. Boston in barrels, halfi
il i t(( ba.hc!i ot Oats wanted for whim the
VsUVW cash will be paid by
t. R. SELMES.
rIMlE laraW ami best assorted stork of Fashionable
I Goods of every description ever brought to Han
nibal, now opening at the Boston Wholesale War-
house. Walk up lAdies and Ueutlemen, we are ready
and happy to show our goods. oct 241
1 T. It. SELMES.
T II C M 13 i DOUS
500,000 DOLLARS ! !
Wa have this fall, the largest and most magnificent
"READY MADE CLOTHING
Ever offered by any house. As regards the styles and
make of our goods, it is useless to speak, as we have
a reputation far and wide, of keeping the
Best Made Cioiithig in the Country.
And from the many advantage s that we posses in im
porting and manufacturing our entire stock for cash,
and selling to nope but prompt men, and furthermore,
ths tremendous amount of Goods that we sell, it must
be apparent to everyone, that we can aell at lower pri
ces than any other house
WE SOT OSLY CAN BIT WILL.
t3rOn the loth ol August we will open our ENTIRE
STOCK for inspection. All we ask is for you to call
ia and examine, as we are fully satisfied you will pur
chase. In addition to our large stock of Staple Goods,
we have a large assortment ot
Very Fine Clothing.
JCrMotto "Large sales and small profits."
JUAIUIN & hROTHER,
No. 118, Main St., St. Louis, Mo.
Martin If BuoTiikR, l-y
iVo. 1 13, Broadway, N Voik. aug7-5
HCJRIW TOBJCfO STORE! "
r 1 1Ii K subscribers woi.1u respect- . "
X lull v inform tlitf eil.;.ein of WOi
Hannibal and country njercfj.am
doing business throu"h Hannibal.
ihat they have opened a wholesale und retail Tobacco
and Cigar estahlisliment on MAI.V STREET, NEXT
HOOR tothe POST OFFICE. They will ensure those
v,-ho will favor them with theii patronage good bar
gains for cash, and in every case will give satisfactory
returns if the article bought does not suit (liein. They
will keep :m hand a variety of fancy articles, such as
snuff boxes, f igar cases, pipes and every other thing
belonging to sucii an establishment. Thev will have
imported as well as .American cigars: and also, the best
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
tJ"All orders will be attended to if Ihe money is
sent by mail or otherwise. .
aiie2Htf H. LEEJI & ARBOGAST.
J n AT F X Tun M van v
nrSlKl'S ll.is jkJ r ..J....: 1. 1 ... .
I uiomiw, ui iruueung Ilia UIOSI 9-
' nuerai manner in j j
w,licn. ,liev n,ve bpe" pleased t., patronise him, for I he
T 'h'""-" uiouiu, uuu sun solicits tne patronage of
all v lio-may chow to call. It will ha his pleasm to
"J must usijr anu lasuuiotis.
Culling (lone so the ladies canuot easily be mistaken
in putting the work together, and warranted to fit if
His shop is on Main street, two door north of Mes
srs. .Shoot &. Davis' livery stable, and immediately op
Prte & J- ioue' store. ep2a-2m
A Splendid Farm for Sale,
AN excellent oppoitunily, on accomoda- aTWt9.
ting lerrtis, lor ary -.,,e who wishe a fr&h
handsoiue residence and a good farm in a JKvJ
very fiealUiy 81 r.spec table neighborhood,
" r-'y '""ne, eight and a hall mile4
WRti ill ria , nil nni.. a... - . . .
m in i.igu stare ot cultivation; the remainder i well;
...pplied with fane limber, ucli a the various kindsolt
liak, Llm, Hackberry, Wild Cherry 'and Papaw A
good portion of this jaud is firat raU Hemp land. The
residence, or Farm House, is one of tlie best planned
and best proportioned in the neighborhood, although
not entirely iiiiuhed. b
The land is situated on tha mainly traveled road
leading to Fans and Centreville, aud there can be no
doub (hat i as goy, location a any in Marion
irinTr to Capt. A. S. Kobard, T. 8. Miller,
.qi.2.r (forPe,?cl,ro,rf Eq of HaniiAal, Mo.
WN. lAui Renublican,please copy weekly three
times, au. send bill to this office. 0c2tf
&. C. TODD, 217 North Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Importer, and Knufactuier of Mill Material., Screen
Wire Spindle, Iron Proof Stuff., Cemented aad rivet
ed Lealher and Jtuhber Betting, (machine stretched)
warianted to be straight aud giva atifacliou. Bolt
ing oCloth manufactured expressly lor customer.
. lod'a- PoH.ble Grain Mill. . ocy
11EM1Y MILLEU, Wholebale and Je
tail pealer in and Imperterof Hardwara, Cutlery, and
Mechaaic' Tools, 157 Main street,. . "
Si, Louu, Mo.
1 000 Ps,E"of good STONE COAL, for
".Vi t5f-v-, -.'. V".y-"'a
rpEAN & GARNETT,
'r1 . iwhi.e now on hand a koodat.
Marble JWantei rieces; rm -V' ..tt,tTv. Tomb Stones; -
Stands; Garden v
I.J ur nlher denerintio
nMARBLE W0KK at
Brady House, Hannibnl. Mo.
P R A 1 II I E
t tV-i. "..:i!!'ri
STOVE & TIN STORE.
QUARLE3 & CALDWELL,
sfent aid? of Main at., In the house or
marly nrcuiileil by II. Wlckeraham.
mHP imilriirneil hsve nr-rchawl from iNTr. H.
.1 Wickersham his entire stock of STOVKS nnd TIN
vine. nd in fiilnreitend constantlv to keep on
haicl a well selected stock of COOKING und HI'.AT-
INGfloves. . ,
Our stock consists in nart ofthe following articles:
Frize Premium. "oVk:s beiigl.t, Euck' Double Oven,
F.mnire State, Otiio Premium. Irving' Air-Til)t, and
PHAIRIK STATE Cook stoves.
We will also have, in lime for the fall trade, a good
assortment of the latest and most, approved styles of
PA RLOJ1 and Jfeating Stoves.
-many of our citizns are now uing the Prairie Slat
Cook Stove, and all agree to its superior advantages
over all others in point of durability aud speed and ex
cellence in cooking.
We have on hand and will continue to Manufacture
all kinds of wares belonging' to the Tin Business,
whirh we sell at M. Lonu Wholealt ana Retail
Piirvt. We are piepared Io do all kinds of COPPER
SMITHING. Persons wanting work done in that line,
will Jo well to give ui a caH, as they can suvethe
trouble and expense or going loM. Louis.
Old Stoves, Tin and Copper Ware. repaired at the
N. B. Old Stoves Inkpn in part pay for new ones.
QU ARLES & CALDWELL.
Hannibal, August 9th 1S51.
Hannibal Stove and Tin Store,!
Main Street, Hannibal, Mo.
The undersigned would respectfully call the atten
tion of the public in general and hisold friends and cus
tomersjn particular, to his well selected , well assorted
stock of Cook Stoves, and especially the
which is the same pattern of the
(if iiot Ihe original) which has been so very highly and
deservedly recommended by some of our most respect
able and worthy citizens, and also to the Heavy Furnace-Maile'
Premium Cook Stove, at least one-third
heavier than any stove offered on the Mississippi, and
will last as long as. two ot many of the light loundry
made stoves. This is no jest it ii downright sober
truth and should be interesting to those wishing to pur
chase a stove for service. His stock of tin ware is com
plete and will be furnished to dealers at St. Louis prices,
and he will have also in seaso'i a line lot of Parlor,
Box, Coal and Ten Plate stoves, all of which will be
sold as low as any other house can afford them.
But w hile o much is sard about.stoves,&c., tile fine
stock of . .
Iron, Steel and Hollow Ware
Must not be overlooked, to be found at the
old stand on Water street. Do not forget jTj'i vft
the Hannibal Slove and Tin 5Lk23
glOI'e, iext door to Block's Clothing Sto re, JUain st.
J. C. WAl'GH,
my2i Successor to Wangh Al Pogue.
A f il. I ...I 1. . '11 l I.
i Sti .VriJ-i
found in person, ready 'to wait on hi, customers ' ;i!;;;':;:J""'
and purchasers generally. The live years' business yurmiia ari,d 4nre (.,, farii dutl r,,cmHi.m'tk4 ,
which he has done here has now rnovED-that his one : !. "'r finmUr ncrpt. tkt iml, mud u ataeai'aea
price cash system has met with universal approval, en
abling him to sell cheap while it attracts regular cus
to.n. Believing the truth to hellie heller policy, -1 will
not resort to Uaininjf putfs and exjiavagan't nroinises,
which noone helie.ve, but will simply aimoirti ce that
my newly fined up Cioiliins Konm is now li.led till a new and
aijple assortment of Seasonable Clothing, and ,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Too numerous to ho heie detailed. The ailenlion
which .ia oetu givento style, cut, quality and-variety,
..111 nprliiit eiti.Ar In ha c,,.n..--.l A.. IU-
. r I -v n.3 iui my
puces, 1 liwve
! always believed that the best place to
.Ml rheapls right at my counter, where
prove if I do sO
my customers ai.d purchasers generally are respectfullv
invited tocome ant.' it'lge for themselves. f apr24 I
H'HE Store House a; the corner of
X Front and Bird street, itf the city of
Hannibal, will be for rent on tl,e I Dili day
next month. Apply to
Hawnibal, Aug. 28, 1851.
AttPl Vkiliuv . '" - 1
f )t"LF.i.WA)(Fput.iji in packages to euit the trade
W just received by ocy T. H. SEZMES. ,'
CMIOESai.d B"ot.;r..l C:..uF.iiZ u-TX-. i
tip to the Fullest Kid Leathers
t243 " T. R. SELMES.
J. II. LIUUTiXEU, 1SS, NTMain stTm.
Dealer in Stoves, Grate, Plough, Hollow Ware, aud
Ohio Ittit Blast Pig Iron. oc()y
Main, near Hill street,
HANNIBAL, MO., ,,
II A V I . u taken (hi well known llmio r... . -.
XAof years, and added extra servants, furniture, Bed-
-bi. " ' "uioitni purctiatea ol Messrs Manna
& Hance, and thoroughly repaired, cleansed, and
renovated the entire House, i,Vw Prepared to eMer
lain the former customs ol the House. No exertion,
on my part, .hall b nnextended, to promote th
lare ana com ort of those who may favor me with their
riatrniiairo I r... I :..: ' j- , . . "lelr
h." r,V:"".Z?J . '8 "y una v uea. tbsntion to
. , i-uunc, ia enaie a liberal
r"1"' , oci-jiu-paid tl.
Hannibal, Mo, October 1st, 1851 . "
u KI MtS.
-airomey Et Law,
ITlWlCS OU Boat aiiU nl
Centre sheets. '
Mail), betweu Bird and
"!::!:-.!, Aug. SStk, ISol.
FALL STYLE II ATS-1 sr. iLjn'Tr.
a a If - -Sib
HAVING located himself et HANNIBAI Mn
w.i pj.de i th6 Couf, ofcoYr,.,10.;
Han.ab.1 the Circuit Courts held at Palm vra! Paris
fi?o"dB?'' ;. .b.Cencrrt'
JiT, ' lne United Btate.
quality aianufacturad, at $41 Also Caps, Soft Hat. I Conttuntry
HallJ'' V "'h P5ic- C ' i r,,,!!,t!ri '
wr mm Msshw,
Chamber Grate,; Counter and. Wwh
Z b-Caii .t their Marble JT.m-.m
O .mi .PPEALS TO THE
SOUND'SElvSE OTOT C0HHUNIT
TV WW unriiHailtd tritt tf ia
the utinoul ronJii- 7"lrr"'"
Ikt ayprobaUpn- m rV k'lt pAy
ttetam i th4 tauntrv,4
ure rtcomm.rmifd'1 mil - c
jrAoAarr nfrrf IA-!'
an winr le "
0 an family tpnihsititB kmewi.
Tlirs- I ne ir. i lirfore file Publle
FOR riVE YEARS,
luirini which ti' wo' 'I1' ' til0le hv been l
CeiVI'U IM.III IU,...."- -..r ....
nr imiw untile mine rnmfmtiv' Olfic.
'I hey are C oiuposinslesl
With tin: iitiiinHt cnrif anil akvilk, and ihe Inreaieat
. are tli'.rmmlity H-mi'd bjr eh-nilrte caiait,a
ll.ul iiKdicmea ol' a unvlerm. anal reliabl
qualUv nri? nuriinlvfrf in all sasca,
' Vegetable Fill,
tte iinriicil'oiiy vililalile fx prevention aiM)
cure ol t'wrn in ci iicml, all UMMoaj an LW.
er rmniilnliin. Jwinilice, (neral Ucblllly,'
. I.Viiiiliion and SU k llemliislu;, Dy.rwi-
ni, llnri Hum. (,'nslirn, (,'Hur
nip. Urinary I'Mwnsaa, dua'
' . ii"" ol tlie Miiiivra, lailur
ctiza, Aslhina, and lus
. a vnricly of othar
, Chronic Di'ta-
for all ordinary family me. ,
Full l)li irllons lor Hie vurtims IMscaar am ijja
' ii y cnrli km, l'rlce M renin a bars.
A ntitit)' unit infallible remedy In lltarrbtaa, Dyata-1,-ry,
Hlooily Flux, i;iiolera Morbus, CniHcia liilaa
tuin.aiHl tin; AsiATir l.'HnLKa&, If (akvii with
UiiK.iist symiiioiiis, vis: voinUini ami fliSr.'
lliica. tl never faila to cure the woras
liiiasililt: can-i of bowel complaints
generally in a few hour, ael '
dam bcyoiid a iluy. I la
ai:U taken in alinoal
any iuauiuy ia .'.
TI!F. MIX ICKUNHEKO
Green Mountain Ointment
Invaluable lor Uiirus, VVouudf, Spratna, ClillWalnas
t'urini. Pnren, H'weliliia of all kinds, Rheuma-
imiii, hryii.elast Uruncliilli, ecrolula, UI
cei, l'anift in thf tfide and Back imiiie.
diatety n-lieT d, fnttamitialion of the
Bowels, and tor all caaes wbera
lliere if inrUiintuation,
A ceriain cure lor l'rola)iaua I'lerl, and for awai af
Ihe di. trending coutilainta incident t Feuialea.
Prepared by Or. THKO. I'OMEBOY.of UU
ta, solely I'or-the GrRefenbem Coiuuauy.
2'ie oifr Urtiefenberg Medicines art:
Consumptive Balm. '
Fever and Ague Pillo.
Libby's Pile Ointment. , .
MANUAL OF HEALTH.
A Complete liaud book of medicine lor lamiliea. Price Itle
Ultice:4, Uretdraf, A. J'.
should be abterctil bi ltire purcktiaiHir.
L. K. WOOUVV Aim, Geuerul Ajeni,
MATrHKWS, Hannibal : A. UuunWr.. H.n.l,l.
,Co-' Ne"""'1' I'H . rer. Bhelbyiill.
Hlakely it U.ey i-nine,, ; i,,wi.len . Braiher, frankforat
bw. U. Mabau. I'alinju. ' ai rSJ
J. A. INSLEE tt CO ,
KOHW AKIIlVU A!fl
UOJUniliSSiOn Merchants, and Wlaalasaolaai
. . . vaaSS..
article ol Houble kiifid) ,
aty, ol Ute celebrated 'Black
Horse Brand' olwav on hand.
Also Agent for Saitz li Green's OariCed Cide
QUINCY FLOLR, the best and purest always kt;
, " '"""j bj TVR. SELMEBw
! MARBLE! MARBLE!! '
THE finn of Saul it Dean wa dissolved on tha 12th
of October last. The iiiuleralo,,. .i.n
the Marble business at the old stand, formerlv
occupied by Beebee, two doors east of T.
"Mines' Etiildings.'' He has on hand V
asvorlment of Italian and A.neric.n rnirMe
f.". .,!'0.?...wislJin ?. P".'ch.M . .
, and tioita
. - J c
PotitlL-inselve. He will gelt cheaper than h,..,..i
il nr... . ... .' um-
uia ncai, anu iiis worn cannot help
for cheapness and style.
. SAUL. ,
ext.-a osk tanned aud Spanish Leather, for
M. A. LINDSLEY.
o NOTICE. . ',t 'T "
TSS.K- kl,0;v1inff' themselves indebted to M.llon .
X Hawkins ettlier by note or account, will pleasa
tome forward and pay up immediately, a I am tha eolr
one authorixed to receive and receipt for the same-.-Hannibal
May 28 1851. ELIJAH HAWKINS.
"cook & co ( 4l Market Stree
side, uaar Main, .
St. Louis, Mo.
Dealers io W.iche., Jewelry, Watch material., Clock
Cutlery, and fancy goods in general. ey
FRANCIS, WAL'l'UM it an uk "i"
sale Dniggi.t. and Importer, of Drug, Medielna.
themical. Perfumery, Su.gical In.trrl, i 1
Dealer, in Points, Oils, Dye-stuff, and G las. ,.7
16 Mam .tree! Mu... M..1,-. '. ' "'"'"
"'" aim vne.nut.
; Ot. Louin, Mo.
A Lot of ReadylMade Clothing.
A oMhi latest-.,"11 S',ri,,d S"-""" ClothiDf
N.V n I 1 ,yle!iJust '"Wived and for a.l h.a;
NeLondoii, Ma. my23y J. H. CHEST. Q'
1 J. a. hoss. lira t,!Ll..
chin. Shop and Spur Factor,, 202 N. tdoU , ii. T"
. . i . '
oi. ioutu, mo.,
Iron or Bias.. ., ,i w'-.r'"-1'
vu uauu ana aum i.i .... -
Count.,, Drtvgists. Flo, r. iw u ""i? '"
insfi Tool of every vanvty
'tiu Latlia ami MachU
-r .',ir's .-r-.-v.-s.ja--- -.(H.x til ',",''.',ytl"!
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